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Panelview plus 1000 usb drive path?

Panelview plus 1000 usb drive path?

Panelview plus 1000 usb drive path?

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Hi,

I am trying to save the log data onto the PV+ usb drive.  The drive is recognized but I dont know how to define the path in the Datalog model in the factorytalk view studio.

Suggestion?

 

RE: Panelview plus 1000 usb drive path?

If it's anything like the Versaviews I use it won't save to a memory stick.
If you have  RSView software it suggests the addressing in the log file configuration.
Roy

RE: Panelview plus 1000 usb drive path?

I just looked at my RSView Studio, example paths given
Under Data Log / Datalog Models
C:\Logs
\\Server\Logs
\Storage Card2\Logs

There must be an equivalent for the USB
I have found the Versaview will only accept a limited No of cards, I think 64 Megs is about the maximum

Don't forget to turn on data logging under Startup.
Roy

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