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DicksonOne | Understanding Logger Settings

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Understanding Logger Settings

All logger settings can be adjusted from the DicksonOne interface. This means you should never have to go to your logger to change a setting.  

Go to your Devices page (or the specific location) and find the logger you'd like to view/adjust the settings of. Click on the name of the logger.

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Once on the graph page, select the gear in the lower right of the page (seen below in the red square).
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The settings window will open and you can view/edit the following attributes for the logger:
  • Location: Where the device is located or what group it belongs to
  • Name: The name of this particular logger
  • Sample Interval: How often the logger is taking a reading or sample
  • Alarm Delay: The time a logger must be experiencing an alarm condition before it alarms (for more information, see the Alarm Delay article)
  • Temperature Display Unit (F/C): This changes the unit of measure that is displayed both online AND the display of the physical device for this particular logger.
  • User Calibration Date: The date you last "calibrated" this logger (for more information, see the article on User Calibrations)
  • User Calibration Interval: The duration in which you want to be reminded  that a unit is due for calibration
  • Display Time Zone: The time zone the device is located in