ICU configuration instructions
Start up and configure the ICU monitor
The ICU installation program must have been successfully completed on a users PC before you can begin this task.
Tip: You can find the DVD inside the front of the manual.
- Turn on the display of the ICU monitoring device by pushing "ON" in the right corner.
- Start the ICU configuration program. One option is to launch from the cmd prompt:
Enter in the Command prompt (runbox)
C:\boot -ICUNote the command which was used boot
- Load the sampling program of the desired physical property. Consult the file "bearings7-parametry.pdf" for an overview of all monitoring programs we have provided.
- In the location ... %install-dir*\gearbox7_project\monitoring\ you can find several preprocessed scripts for sensor set monitoring. You can use the file named 'Bearings_Temp.ps1' to select the bearings temperature sensors . Start the program by entering in the prompt : Cscript and use argument Bearings_Temp.ps1.
Enter the command prt to indicate the
prt -BT -o *In the meanwhile you can chose the appropriate output device: Screen -o term1 , or a plotter -o plot1
Determine the critical value of the temperature ratio. Enter the
cmd £ plot with arg.
temperature ratio $R/BTrstate: temperature ratio critical value=24.5 Note that the cmd prompt should be returning: ratio R/BT setFor example, enter £ plot $R/BTrThe plotter is now recording BT values.
Click on End configuration.
The Configuration Options window pops up for 2 minutes with your selection(s) highlighted. It will close automatically, or you can click the close button.
Turn OFF the display of the monitor when you're done.
The monitoring of the selected temperatures by the ICU is now active, and the chosen parameters are being recorded.
- A summary:
- Required: Select the sensor set which should monitor certain temperatures.
- Optional: Select an output mode.
Selection of program selection of a program file for a particular monitored area Select OG.ps1 outer gear temperatures monitoring Select IG.ps1 inner gear temperatures monitoring
Some syntax for your advise:This code example is a basic method signature:
methodName (-pList1, -pList2*) [--returnType=]
- is the first variable declaration passed to methodName
- is the second variable declaration passed to methodName
- optional arguments