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setting_up_chc_base_station [2017/07/28 07:41]
elaine.boyd created
setting_up_chc_base_station [2018/12/03 12:56] (current)
rachel.waugh
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   * Open HCConfig as just downloaded. (You'​ll have to open device manager and find which Port the Base is chosen for). {{ ::​hcconfigconnection.png?​300 |Inline image 1}}   * Open HCConfig as just downloaded. (You'​ll have to open device manager and find which Port the Base is chosen for). {{ ::​hcconfigconnection.png?​300 |Inline image 1}}
   * Select the Port and click "​Connect"​ {{ :​hcconfigmenu.png?​300 |Inline image 2}}   * Select the Port and click "​Connect"​ {{ :​hcconfigmenu.png?​300 |Inline image 2}}
-  * Once you're in, you will see the window above. Select "​Internal Recording" ​ and see that Data Log is set to "​Auto",​ Data Log Session to "manual", and Sample Interval to "2Hz". {{ :hcconfigsettings.png?300 |Inline image 3}}+  * Once you're in, you will see the window above. Select "​Internal Recording" ​ and see that Data Log is set to "​Auto",​ Data Log Session to "One Week", and Sample Interval to "1Hz". {{:image_7_.png?200|}}
   * Select "​Set"​ and back out and exit.   * Select "​Set"​ and back out and exit.
     * To make sure it saved, you can hit "​Get"​ and make sure everything is set correctly. When you're done, just choose Exit from the main menu and finished!     * To make sure it saved, you can hit "​Get"​ and make sure everything is set correctly. When you're done, just choose Exit from the main menu and finished!
   * Put in a fresh battery, set the base up on a pole outside with an open sky, and power it on. No need to hit the green button. Just power it on and after a few minutes or so the blue light will blink (number of blinks in a row indicates number of satellites - more than 10 is a good sign). And after a few rounds of capturing satellites the farthest right LED will start to blink yellow indicating that data is logging to a file.   * Put in a fresh battery, set the base up on a pole outside with an open sky, and power it on. No need to hit the green button. Just power it on and after a few minutes or so the blue light will blink (number of blinks in a row indicates number of satellites - more than 10 is a good sign). And after a few rounds of capturing satellites the farthest right LED will start to blink yellow indicating that data is logging to a file.
   * Now get scanning!   * Now get scanning!
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