Set Assembly Information

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Set Assembly Information

This command allows the user to set assembly information associated with the selected data run profile.

Important Information

This is available when in Engineer Mode.


To enter assembly information:

Important Information

When setting assembly information, this data will be applied to the currently selected data run only.

1)On the Assembly menu, click Set Assembly Information.
2)Enter an assembly part number.


3)Click the Notes command button if you would like to enter part documentation about the test assembly being profiled.


4)Click the image file Browse command button to select a product image. Image files supported by the software are  Jpeg (.jpg), Bitmap (.bmp), and Tiff (.tif).


5)Enter the test assembly board length, width and thickness.
6)Enter the sensor location descriptions. These descriptions can be the location where each sensor is connected to the test product. The channel color associated with the description indicates which Data Plot on the Data Graph it represents.


Thermocouple placement information entered in the sensor location matrix are also displayed as the Sensor Locations in the Data Table.

7)Enter sensor location dimensions. Sensor Locations can also be set by dragging sensor location markers on the selected image. To move the markers, click the Enlarge command button below the assembly image and the Set Sensor Locations dialog box appears.


Specified X-dimensions may be altered when using the Align Profile Peaks command to align the data run profile lines. Refer to topic Align Profile Peaks for more information.



X-dimensions are measured from the leading (right) edge or the first edge to enter the process, and Y dimensions are from the top down.

8)Select which sensor channels to display in the Data Table. Excluding a sensor channel does not delete channel data and can be turned back on at any time. This is helpful when data has been collected and it may not be beneficial to the data run profile.


9)Click the OK command button accept or Cancel to quit the command.


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