Adjusting Graph Scale in MadgeTech 4

While graph reports can be adjusted using the various zoom and scale tools found in the Report tab, it is also possible to quickly adjust many features of a graph report using the mouse and keyboard.
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Reset MadgeTech 4 to the Default Layout

While the layout of the MadgeTech 4 software is customizable, it can be unhelpful if something is missing due to an unintentional change. Because of this, the software has an option to restore itself to the original layout.
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Download Data from the Cloud Services

Historical Real Time data uploaded to the Cloud Services can be downloaded using either the MadgeTech 4 software or a compatible web browser.
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How to use Timeslices in MadgeTech 4

How to use Timeslices in MadgeTech 4

The MadgeTech 4 software provides multiple report types that can be used in combination to reveal important details about collected data. These can be a helpful tool for datasets that contain data from multiple cycles of an application to better analyze the data shown for each independent cycle. Graph reports have a tool known as […]
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Wireless Data Logger Troubleshooting

Wireless Data Logger Troubleshooting

There are various reasons why a wireless data logger may not appear in the MadgeTech 4 software through the RFC1000 wireless network, or experience communication issues. To ensure that the data logger is within range of the RFC1000 wireless network for troubleshooting purposes, the data logger should be in the same room as the computer […] Source: MadgeTech…

MadgeTech Alarm Types (Device, Software, and Cloud alarms)

Alarms are a useful feature available for many MadgeTech loggers. Alarms can be used to notify users when user defined conditions are met, such as a reading being outside of a specified threshold. There are three main alarm types that can be used with MadgeTech loggers, the MadgeTech 4 software, and/or the MadgeTech Cloud Service: […] Source: MadgeTech…

Comparing Cloud Relays and MadgeTech 4 Cloud Monitoring

The MadgeTech Cloud Service provides an online interface for monitoring real time data collected and uploaded to the Cloud Service through Cloud Relays, as well as through the Cloud Monitoring feature in the MadgeTech 4 software. The level of control provided through the Cloud Service user interface will vary depending on which platform is used […] Source: MadgeTech…

Determining Maximum Log Time

Data loggers have a finite amount of internal memory that determines the maximum number of readings that can be stored. Depending on the user selected reading interval the total time a data logger will record data, known as the Log Time, can vary significantly. When configuring a logger, it is recommended to verify that the […] Source: MadgeTech…

Calculating Lethality in MadgeTech 4

It is possible to calculate lethality values based on logged temperature data using the MadgeTech 4 software. MadgeTech 4 can calculate lethality using A0, F0, Fd, Fh, and Pasteurization Units (PU). Lethality can be calculated in a statistics report, or by using a math channel (which allows the lethality value to be displayed as an […] Source: MadgeTech…

Top 10 Data Logging Software Features for 2020

Top 10 Data Logging Software Features for 2020

You have chosen the perfect data logging solution for your application, you have the equipment in place and have started collecting data, now what? Source: MadgeTech…