6 after you create a setup you can use the function

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Unformatted text preview: urn the settings on the above setup screens (b through e) using the procedure described under “To return setup parameters to their initial defaults”. 6. After you create a setup, you can use the function key operations described below to start sampling or perform other operations. • 1 (START) .... Starts sampling using the setup (page 4-5-1). • 2 (MULT) ...... Starts MULTIMETER Mode sampling using the setup (page 4-2-14). • 3 (MEM) ....... Saves the setup (page 4-3-1). • 4 (PRGM) ..... Converts the setup to a program (page 4-4-1). u To return setup parameters to their initial defaults Perform the following procedure when you want to return the parameters of the setup in the current setup memory area to their initial defaults. 1. While the Advanced Setup menu is on the display, press g (Initialize). 2. In response to the confirmation message that appears, press w to initialize the setup. • To clear the confirmation message without initializing the setup, press i. u Advanced setup parameters This section provides detailed information about the parameters you can change in step 5 of the procedure under “To create an EA-100 setup using Advanced Setup” on page 4-2-4. Channel Selecting this parameter displays a screen where you can specify the EA-100 channel to be used for sampling, the type of sensor used for each channel, and the storage location for saving sample data. 20011101 20010101 4-2-6 EA-100 Setup • To change Channel parameter settings 1. While the Advanced Setup menu is on the display, press b (Channel). • This displays the Channel parameter setting screen. Selected item Current setting of selected item 2. Use the function key operations described below to change Channel parameter settings. (1) Selected Channel • 1 (CH1) ........ Channel 1 • 2 (CH2) ........ Channel 2 • 3 (CH3) ........ Channel 3 • 4 (SONIC) .... Sonic channel (2) Selected Sensor (Sensor) • 1 (CASIO) .... CASIO sensor • 2 (VERN) ..... VERNIER sensor • 3 (CSTM...
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2013 for the course EE 410 taught by Professor Ertuğruleriş during the Spring '13 term at Istanbul Kültür Üniversitesi.

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