Part 3 of our PG10 digital pressure gauge data logging series covers event-based data logging. This allows you to log certain events based on user-defined criteria. So if you only want to know when the pressure spikes to a certain level, you can. Or you can log loss of pressure. It's entirely up to you! See the video below:
Narrator: You’re watching APGTV. I’m Shaw Merrill, and today we’re going to show you how to use the data logging feature based on events in the PG10 digital pressure gauge.
Press the mode button to enter the main menu.
Next, press the up or down arrow button until you see DATLOG and press enter.
Now press the up or down arrow button until you see LOG and press enter.
Press the up or down arrow button until you see EVENT and press enter to enable event logging.
Press the up or down arrow button again until you see EVENT and press enter. Then press the up or down arrow buttons until the desired event condition is displayed.
Event logging can be initiated by one of the following conditions:
- Either when Trip 1 or Trip 2 is ON
- When both Trip 1 and 2 are ON
- Or both Trip 1 and 2 are OFF
- Or Trip 1 or Trip 2 are OFF
The PG10 will store a maximum of 60 records stored in a first-in-first-out buffer.
To exit the menu, press mode button, then the up or down arrow button until you see exit and press enter.
For more on data logging with the PG10 digital pressure gauge, check out our other videos: parts 1, 2, and 4 on our website.
Thanks for watching our quick PG10 data logging video. If you have any questions, give us a call at 888-525-7300, or send us an email to email@example.com. Until next time, I’m Shaw Merrill, APGTV.