Existing Profile

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Existing Profile

The Create Target 10 Specification - Existing Profile is a wizard that helps the user create a specification from an existing data run profile to be used when verifying a process.

Important Information

This is available when in Engineer Mode.

Create Target 10 Specification workflow:

1)Start the software by double clicking on the program icon.
2)Connect the M.O.L.E. Profiler to the computer. Refer to the Communications Setup topic for your specific M.O.L.E. Profiler for more information.
3)Make sure the M.O.L.E. Profiler Power Pack battery is fully charged. When a M.O.L.E. Profiler is selected, the software status bar displays the current battery voltage. Refer to topic Status Bar for more information.
4)Set an Environment related for the type of experiment that is being performed. Either open an existing Environment Folder or create a new one.


If the desired Environment is not displayed on the Environment Sidebar, the user can use either the Open Environment Toolbar button or select the Open Environment Folder command from the File Menu.


5)Select the New (Start) button Start on the toolbar. A message box appears with the five workflow wizard options.


6)On the Start dialog box, select the Create T 10 using existing profile radio button then click the Create T 10 Spec command button and the workflow wizard appears.
7)Select the instrument type that will be used to verify the process.


8)Click the Next command button.
9)Select a data run. This is the data run that is known to be good and the user wishes to confirm the process is reproducing faithfully using the verify process.

Important Information

If the selected data run was created using a recording interval other than 1.0 second, the Slope calculation will not be included in the Target10 Specification.


Important Information

This list displays the data runs from the currently open working directory.

10)Click the Next command button.
11)Map the desired channels from selected data run to channels of the M.O.L.E. Profiler. These typically are the most important channels that best represent the process being verified.



The software displays all the channels in the selected thermal profile. The thermal profile shown in the sample was taken from a 20-channel MEGAM.O.L.E.® 20 thermal profile.

12)Click the Next command button.
13)Once the channels are mapped, review the results of the Target 10 specification. The user can then decide if they wish to send these to the M.O.L.E. Profiler or make final modifications to the Slope, Soak, Time Above and/or Peak parameter.


14) If the user decides to make modifications, click the Modify Target10 command button and the the Target 10-OK tab is displayed. Make the desired modifications to the Slope, Soak, Time Above and/or Peak parameter specifications.

Important Information

If any of the parameter specifications are changed the OK button will inform the user by displaying (OKModified).


15)Click the OK command button to accept the modified specifications or Cancel to discard them and return to the workflow wizard.


16)If the user either decides to send the Target10 to the M.O.L.E. Profiler or complete the wizard by clicking the Finish command button, the software prompts the user to save the Target 10 file (*.T10).

Important Information

Only the MEGAM.O.L.E.® 20, V-M.O.L.E.® and SuperM.O.L.E.® Gold 2 can have the Target 10 sent to them. When using the SuperM.O.L.E.® Gold the Target 10 will only be able to be saved as a file.


17)When finished naming the file, click the Save command button to complete the workflow wizard.


This Target 10 Specification can now be used when Verifying a process. Refer to topic Verify Process for more information.


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