Why Can't I Save the WT Settings for the WT500, WT1800, or WT3000 When Using WTViewer?

The WTViewer Save Setting feature will only save the setting information of the WTViewer. The Save Setting feature will NOT save the setting information of the instrument. The saved file for the WT500, WT1800 or WT3000 is a *.CFG format, which cannot save the settings of the instrument.

If you wish the save the settings of the instrument, you can use the dialog box to save the WT settings in a USB memory device or the PC. In addition, you can use WTFileReader to convert the files containing the saved settings to files in CSV format. Follow the procedures below for instructions on how to save WT settings.


WT500 AND WT1800

1. Open WTViewer
2. Select On-Line mode, WT500 or WT1800, and the Communications Interface
3. Click on Setting » File or Setup » File
4. Click on Setup under the File Item List
5. Enter and confirm the Save Path, File Name, and all other save configurations 
6. Click on Save near the middle and at the top of the dialog box

WT3000

1. Open WTViewer
2. Select On-Line mode, WT3000, and the Communications Interface
3. Click on Setting » WT Setting » File or Setup » File
4. Choose Setup Type from the drop down menu
5. Enter and confirm the Save Path, File Name, and all other save configurations 
6. Click on Save at the top-left corner of the dialog box


Refer to Page 5-2 in the WTViewer Instruction Manual IM760122-01E for more information.

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