How to change the system settings for the DOSE-X?
This is also part 8 of the training course about DOSE-X.
2023/07/19 Updated for DOSE-X firmware V2.0
The video manuscript provides a comprehensive overview of the various settings and configuration options available on the DOSE-X device. The narrator guides viewers through the system settings accessible from the top left corner of the screen.
Device info: The section offers essential details about the DOSE-X device, including its hostname, firmware version, IP address, and other network-specific information.
Display: Users can customize the display with the choice between dark and light modes. They can also enable a screen saver and adjust the brightness according to their preference.
Audio: The audio section allows users to adjust the volume levels for different aspects such as alarms, the beginning and end of measurements, and touch feedback.
Diagnostic functions: In this section, users can perform self-test functions like bias tests and leakage tests. These tests may take some time to complete and are vital for ensuring the device's accuracy and reliability.
Exporting log files: Users can export log files, including system logs and measurement logs, to a USB drive for further analysis or record-keeping.
Open source licenses: This section lists all the licenses used for the DOSE-X device, providing transparency regarding open-source software.
Time and date: Users can adjust the date and time format, set the time zone, and choose whether to use network time or manually set the date and time.
Language: The language for the device's interface can be changed to accommodate users' language preferences.
Units: Users can select the standard units for various measurements, such as temperature (Celsius or Fahrenheit) and pressure (Pascal or hectopascal).
Trigger mode: In this section, users can configure the beam on time, beam off time, pre-trigger time, and post-trigger time for their specific requirements.
User calibration: Users have the option to set calibration factors for different sensitivity ranges, enabling fine-tuning of measurements.
Network configuration: Users can set up the device for network connectivity, either via Wi-Fi or a wired Ethernet connection. The section provides details about available Wi-Fi networks and allows importing TLS certificates for secure remote control access.
Admin settings: Users can define automatic log-out and control release timings for enhanced security and device management.
Update firmware: Users can update the device's firmware by attaching a USB drive with the latest firmware version and installing it from the device.
Configuration backup: The configuration backup feature allows users to reset to factory defaults if needed or export the current configuration database to a USB drive. This exported configuration can later be imported onto another DOSE-X device if necessary.
The video manuscript emphasizes the versatility and user-friendliness of the DOSE-X device, providing a wide array of customization options, diagnostics, and data management capabilities. The ability to import and export settings and configurations facilitates seamless device setup and management.