Considering upgrading to an 8864 and wondering what can be done with the new touchscreen display or how the new user accounts function? Well, this article is for you!
This article will cover all the features of the 8864 touchscreen display as well as go over the steps to change the PIN pad code and create new user accounts in the data controller.
Note: This article is based on 8864 firmware v5.03r16.
The default view for the touchscreen is the Home Screen, shown in Figure 1. This screen is a real-time display of all the channels in the data controller with their instantaneous values and data flags. The arrows on the right side of the screen scroll through the pages of channels. If the arrow is grayed out, then there are no more channels in that direction.
The second icon down the left side menu is the Cals screen, touching the icon will bring up the screen as shown in Figure 2. This screen shows a list of all the calibrations in the data controller along with the calibration type, the current status, and the result of the last calibration that ran. The status is pending if the calibration is not running and will display the phase and time remaining if a calibration is running. The result of the last calibration can be:
The ESC Engineering Staff Published: 6/18/2018 11:04:16 AM
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