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ELPRO Libero Cx Operating instructions
LIBERO C PDF Logger & Indicator
Operation Manual
ELPRO-BUCHS AG
Warranty conditions and liability disclaimer
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Table of Contents
1
LIBERO Cx safety information .......................................................... 8
1.1
Influence of temperature .................................................................................. 8
1.2
Battery.............................................................................................................. 8
1.3
Disposal ........................................................................................................... 8
1.4
Exceptional environmental conditions.............................................................. 9
2
Quick start ...................................................................................................... 10
3
Configuration of a LIBERO Cx......................................................... 11
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
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Introduction to liberoCONFIG ........................................................................ 11
3.1.1
Configuration file till SmartStart Pack & Go exe file...................... 11
3.1.2
System requirements.................................................................... 12
Status information LIBERO Cx display .......................................................... 12
3.2.1
EoL - End of Life ........................................................................... 13
3.2.2
Schedule: Start to stop of logging................................................. 14
3.2.3
Error codes ................................................................................... 14
3.2.4
Temperature alarm ....................................................................... 14
3.2.5
Configuration mode ...................................................................... 15
Start of liberoCONFIG.................................................................................... 16
3.3.1
Options ......................................................................................... 18
3.3.2
Menus ........................................................................................... 20
3.3.3
Buttons ......................................................................................... 20
3.3.4
Confirmation ................................................................................. 20
3.3.5
Configuration Profiles ................................................................... 21
Configuring the LIBERO Cx ........................................................................... 21
3.4.1
Description.................................................................................... 22
3.4.2
Logging ......................................................................................... 23
3.4.3
Alarm conditions ........................................................................... 24
3.4.4
Time settings ................................................................................ 29
3.4.5
PDF Options ................................................................................. 30
3.4.6
Handling Options .......................................................................... 33
3.4.7
Apply Configuration Profile ........................................................... 34
3.4.8
View/Print configuration ................................................................ 34
3.5
Passwords ..................................................................................................... 36
3.6
Calibration - View/Print .................................................................................. 37
3.7
Check PDF Report Integrity ........................................................................... 39
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3.7.1
3.8
3.9
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Example: Check the PDF Report Integrity.................................... 39
LIBERO SmartStart settings ......................................................................... 41
3.8.1
Items ............................................................................................. 43
3.8.2
Configuration Report .................................................................... 46
3.8.3
Create SmartStart Pack & Go....................................................... 52
Help................................................................................................................ 53
Using SmartStart Pack & Go ............................................................ 54
4.1
Change of Settings ........................................................................................ 56
4.2
Error Messages.............................................................................................. 57
Miscellaneous .............................................................................................. 58
5.1
Software license............................................................................................. 58
5.2
ELPRO Customer Service Information .......................................................... 59
5.3
Revision History ............................................................................................. 59
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Symbols and designations
Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND WARNING
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Reference to supplementary section [xxx / yyy / zzz; e.g. 3.4.4 Time settings / Summer time / start date] or document
LIBERO Cx
Name of the data logger or indicator.
PDF report
Logged transport information is created as ****.pdf file.
liberoCONFIG
Program for the configuration of a LIBERO
LIBERO SmartStart
Application for simple and reliable assignment of configuration profiles on a LIBERO.
In the interest of our customers we reserve the right to make any changes resulting from technical advancement. For this reason diagrams, descriptions and the
extent of delivery are subject to change without any notice!
This manual is valid from software release 2013.6.1.0
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Introduction
LIBERO Cx is used for monitoring the transport of temperature sensitive goods. Temperature limits, the mean kinetic temperature (MKT) and the logging time can be set as alarm
criteria and monitored during transport. Upon arrival the LIBERO Cx is connected to any
USB port and automatically generates a PDF report with the transport logging results. No
additional software is required to read out the LIBERO Cx. The PDF report is created in
PDF/A format and is compliant with the ISO 19005-1 Document Management Standard
which permits long-term archiving of the PDF report without further conversion.
The LIBERO Cx settings are made with the liberoCONFIG configuration software. During
configuration not only the device settings such as the logging interval, alarm limits and
device behavior can be set, but also the text information and the content of the PDF report
can be specified. The selected settings can be saved as a configuration profile and easily
transferred to other LIBERO Cx.
If there are several LIBERO Cx that are to be configured with the same setting, previously
created configuration profiles can be transferred directly with the LIBERO SmartStart application. Transfer is absolutely reliable and safe as no device settings are accessible during
this process. LIBERO SmartStart is used to load the correct configuration profile onto the
LIBERO at the start of transport quickly and reliably. When assigning a profile with the
LIBERO SmartStart, previously defined fields can be filled with shipment-related information such as the transport number, order number, carrier etc. This permits creation of shipment-related PDF reports with all details of the transport.
The data logged with the LIBERO Cx can additionally be analyzed, evaluated and commented with the elproVIEWER software.
In addition to the LIBERO Cx for transport monitoring, the LIBERO Tx device family provides a wide selection of LIBERO data loggers for the widest range of applications (multiple
usage, dry ice and cryo-monitoring, temperature and moisture logging etc.).
A LIBERO PDF REPORT IS A PDF/A - ISO STANDARD FILE
ONLY OPEN THE FILE WITH A PDF READER
Always save the PDF file from the LIBERO Cx directly and without opening it or
send it as an e-mail attachment. Opening and saving of the PDF file with a PDF
editor can make additionally embedded data unusable for subsequent processing
with elproVIEWER, elproASSISTANT or liberoMANAGER. The integrity of a PDF
report can be checked with the "Check PDF file integrity" function in liberoCONFIG.
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Common
LIBERO Cx
• Single use
• Logging of 8800 values
• Interval of 1 to 60 minutes
• No special device driver required
• Fully user configurable
Types
LIBERO CS
PDF logger
• Multi alarm zones, time and MKT alarm
Up to four high alarm zones (H) can be defined
Up to three low alarm zones (L) can be defined.
PDF report with graph
LIBERO CB
PDF logger
• Single alarm, time and MKT alarm
Only one high alarm zone (H) and one low alarm zone (L) can be defined
PDF report with graph
LIBERO CI
PDF indicator
• Multi alarm zones, time and MKT alarm
Up to four high alarm zones (H) can be defined
Up to three low alarm zones (L) can be defined.
PDF report without graph
THE PDF REPORT OF A LIBERO CI DOES NOT CONTAIN A GRAPH OF THE
TEMPERATURE CURVE!
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LIBERO CX SAFETY INFORMAT ION
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LIBERO Cx safety information
1.1
Influence of temperature
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For the application range: www.elpro.com.
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There is danger of a gas explosion when the lithium battery heats up to temperatures
exceeding 100 °C.
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Do not throw LIBEROs into fire, the battery could explode.
1.2
Battery
Lithium battery
Material Safety Data Sheet (form according to EEC Directive 93/112/EC) and shipment recommendation are available from ELPRO-BUCHS AG.
1.3
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Lithium, manganese dioxide
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Non-rechargeable button cell battery
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No shipping declaration necessary
Disposal
Europe
This product has to be disposed of according to WEEE (Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment, 2002/96/EC)!
WEEE
U.S.A.
Find a drop-off center for electronic waste in your area to dispose of the LIBERO. In any
case it is recommended to contact the local EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
office. http://www.epa.gov
International
If possible, dispose of the LIBERO in an official drop-off center for electronic waste in your
area. Many countries enforce electronic recycling.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_waste.
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LIBERO CX SAFETY INFORMAT ION
1.4
Exceptional environmental conditions
Infrared radiation
Microwaves
X-Ray
Pay attention to the following if you use the LIBERO Cx under exceptional environmental
conditions:
CE
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IR radiation (heat) and superheated steam can result in deformation of the case.
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There is a risk that the battery may explode if the logger is used in conjunction with
microwaves.
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X-rays can harm the LIBERO. The specifications are on file at ELPRO-BUCHS AG.
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3.4.5.1 Status information and error messages in the PDF report
This product must be certified with CE
The manufacturer warrants this product is compliant to the following guidelines
EN 61000-6-2:2006 and EN 61000-6-4:2006.
EMI
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LIBERO Cx PDF loggers and indicators meet the requirements regarding electromagnetic
interference (EMI) for portable electronic devices for use on airplanes in accordance with
the definition in the Advisory Circular 91-21.1B of the Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA,) and were tested in accordance with RTCA/DO-160G Environmental Conditions and
Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment.
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QUICK START
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Quick start
Case elements
1. Protection cap
2. USB connector
3. Display; a non-configured LIBERO Cx displays "ConF".
4. Start/Stop button
5. Exp:XX/YYYY
Expiry date: The LIBERO Cx can no longer be used after this date.
Device ID: 7100 0000 000
Display
1. Run
Flashes when the LIBERO Cx is active; data logging or delay
2. Battery exhausted
Signals a low battery charge. Access to the data through the USB ports is still possible.
3. Profile
The displayed value corresponds with the Profile-ID
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see 3.4.6 Handling Options - Profile-ID
4. Alarm indicator
The alarm indicator shows whether everything was within limits to date or if limits were
violated.
5. Temperature unit
6. Measured value or information
Start/Stop button
• A configured LIBERO Cx is started by pressing and holding the Start/Stop button for at
least three seconds.
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3.4.6 Handling Options
• The Profile-ID can be displayed by briefly pressing the Start/Stop button when the
LIBERO Cx is configured or stopped.
• A running LIBERO Cx is stopped by pressing and holding the Start/Stop button for at
least three seconds.
• The Start/Stop button can be deactivated.
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3.4.6 Handling Options
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
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Configuration of a LIBERO Cx
3.1
Introduction to liberoCONFIG
liberoCONFIG is the software to configure LIBERO PDF loggers and indicators. The necessary configuration parameters of the LIBEROs can be set and additionally saved in a
configuration profile. The profile contains all information regarding the monitored transport
and the information that is documented in the PDF report. It is also possible to use SmartStart Pack & Go to quickly and safely assign configuration profiles to a large number of
LIBEROs.
In this operation manual the designation LIBERO Cx stands for the types LIBERO
CS, LIBERO CB and LIBERO CI.
Details on the current models and their data sheets are available at
www.elpro.com
3.1.1
Configuration file till SmartStart Pack & Go exe file
The configuration of an individual LIBERO Cx is carried out with liberoCONFIG. This work
is simplified considerably if configurations are repeated frequently by the use of SmartStart
and Pack & Go.
Configuration variants
SmartStart Pack & Go exe file with a LIBERO Cx can be used on any PC without
installation or a special driver.
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.1.2
System requirements
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Windows XP, 7 or 8
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CPU 1.5GHz
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Memory: 512 MB RAM
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Free hard disk space: 100 MB
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Monitor: 800 x 600 Pixel
Information on the latest functions is given in the "ReadMe" file.
3.2
Status information LIBERO Cx display
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LIBERO Cx Display
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A) End of transport
B) End of logging
If the end of transport is marked with the Start/Stop button, the LIBERO Cx logs the data
until connection to a USB port. This data does not have any influence on the status information in the PDF report, but can be evaluated with elproVIEWER.
If the end of transport is marked by connection to a USB port, no more data is logged.
Depiction of an alarm
or error message
Alarm indicator
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3.2.1
3.3 Start of liberoCONFIG
3.4.3 Alarm conditions
EoL - End of Life
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LIBERO Cx Display "EoL"
If the LIBERO Cx is started before the expiry date, it continues logging until it is stopped,
the battery is exhausted or the memory is full. Logged data is available even the battery is
exhausted.
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.2.2
Schedule: Start to stop of logging
LIBERO Cx - Start/stop time
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3.2.3
3.4.2 Logging - Start options
3.4.6 Handling Options - Stop options
Error codes
In the event of device errors, an alarm indicator and the error code are displayed. The error
is documented in the PDF report. In such a case please contact the ELPRO Customer Service.
Exxx
E210
3.2.4
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3.4.5.1 Status information and error messages in the PDF report
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Logging status is not changed
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PDF report evaluation is possible
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Displayed error code remains visible
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Configuration data are invalid
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Start is not possible
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Error is deleted after a valid configuration
Temperature alarm
HI: Ambient temperature is higher than +70 °C
Lo: Ambient temperature is lower than -20 °C
When used outside the measuring range an alarm indicator is always displayed. The error
is documented in the PDF report.
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3.4.5.1 Status information and error messages in the PDF report
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.2.5
Configuration mode
The configuration mode is used to set or change all logging features (profile).
liberoCONFIG is used for these settings.
Configuration is only possible if "ConF", "Strt" or the Profile-ID is displayed.
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3.4.2 Logging
3.4.3 Alarm conditions
Display: New LIBERO
Cx
Unconfigured LIBERO Cx show "ConF" on the display.
Display: Configured
LIBERO Cx
Either "Strt" or the Profile-ID is shown on a configured but not started LIBERO Cx.
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Start configuration
As soon as the LIBERO Cx is connected to the USB port, it switches to configuration mode.
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Continue with 3.4 Configuring the LIBERO Cx
Configuration completed
After configuration remove the LIBERO Cx from the USB port.
Either "Strt" or the Profile-ID is shown on the display.
Communication
error
THE FOLLOWING CASES COULD CAUSE COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS:
• Bad USB extension cable
• Passive USB hub. Please use an active USB hub or connect the LIBERO
Cx directly to the PC.
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.3
Start of liberoCONFIG
In this view, all available
LIBEROs are visible.
Start window of liberoCONFIG with 3 LIBERO Cx
The following information is shown
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Single / multiple
device selection
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LIBERO ID
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Type
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Firmware Version
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Expiry date
Except "Edit configuration", all functions described in the following chapters can be applied
to multiple LIBERO Cx selected at the same time.
A LIBERO CX IN STOP MODE DOES NOT APPEAR IN THE START WINDOW!
Application
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Refresh
Refreshes the start window of liberoCONFIG
Edit configuration
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3 Configuration of a LIBERO Cx
LIBERO SmartStart
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3.8 LIBERO SmartStart settings
Check the PDF file integrity
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3.7 Check PDF Report Integrity
First-time use
Before using liberoCONFIG for the first time make the following settings:
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Language
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Default file locations
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Password length
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Specify the paper format for the reports
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3.3.1 Options
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Shows the information about the current program version and license number.
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.3.1
Options
In "Options" various general program settings can be made.
Options - General settings
Language
3
Default File Locations
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German
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English
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Spanish
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French
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Italian
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Dutch
3 different file locations may be defined or selected:
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For the configuration profiles see 3.4 Configuring the LIBERO Cx
Calibration Profiles
It is not possible to assign a calibration profile to a LIBERO Cx,
see 3.6 Calibration - View/Print.
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3.8 LIBERO SmartStart settings
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Options - Additional Settings
Parameters
View & Print
Template for Calibration Data
Paper Size
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Data entry field used for the definition of the minimum password length.
• Not available for LIBERO Cx.
• Settings only apply for LIBERO Tx.
3
You may choose between A4 and Letter.
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.3.2
Menus
Chapter
3.4 Configuring the LIBERO Cx
3.5 Passwords
3.6 Calibration - View/Print
3.7 Check PDF Report Integrity
3.8 LIBERO SmartStart settings
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3.3.3
Buttons
The following buttons are used within liberoCONFIG:
• Load Profile
Used to open a formerly saved profile for setting-up LIBERO Cx.
• Save Profile
Used to save a new profile in a file
• Apply
The currently displayed configuration settings are transferred to the LIBERO Cx.
3.3.4
Confirmation
All successful actions are confirmed, e.g. configuration.
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3.3.5
Configuration Profiles
A configuration profile represents all set-up information used by the selected LIBERO for a
monitoring task and defined by liberoCONFIG such as:
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Description of the PDF report
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Logging interval
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Alarm settings
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Format settings
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Handling options
Configuration profiles saved as "***. LiberoCFG" files can either be applied to multiple
LIBERO Cx or saved for later use.
Profile Checksum
The checksum is used to prove the validity of the profile and as reference value for a configuration check. It is displayed in the "Configuration" window and is documented in the section "LIBERO Configuration" of the PDF report.
3.4
Configuring the LIBERO Cx
The following chapter represents a step-by-step procedure for the configuration.
3
LIBERO Cx selected for configuration
Menu: Edit - Device
configuration
The following chapters (3.4.1 Description - 3.4.6 Handling Options) are related to the functions within the menu: Device.
LIBERO Cx Display
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3.2 Status information LIBERO Cx display
Configuration or creation of a configuration file (****.liberoCFG) is only possible if
at least one LIBERO Cx is shown in the start window.
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.4.1
Description
Red frame = field with
the profile checksum
3
PDF Report Title
Information used as a header on the PDF report; up to 60 characters
Additional Information
Free text that can be added to the profile to appear on the PDF report.
1. 4 text fields limited to 15 characters; fields 1, 3, 5 and 7
2. 4 text fields limited to 25 characters; fields 2, 4, 6 and 8
3. 6 lines of 80 characters
Hidden Information
Two lines with text (limited to 80 characters) that do not appear in the PDF report. This information is only visible in both applications elproVIEWER and liberoMANAGER.
PDF Report Filename
Specified file name of the PDF report.
Add Alarm Prefix
Depending on the recorded data and the alarm conditions, "ALARM" or "OK" is added to
the file name.
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.4.2
Logging
The logging interval
and recording time will
be displayed. You can
adjust settings by
clicking on the arrow
buttons or by dragging
the sliding bar.
Logging Interval /
Duration
The measuring interval ranges from 1 to 60 minutes.
THE DISPLAY OF THE LIBERO CX IS ONLY UPDATED AT THE MEASURING
INTERVAL.
Start Options
Start-up delay
After starting the LIBERO Cx by pressing the Start/Stop button, data logging only starts
when the delay time has elapsed. "dELY" is shown on the display before logging is started
and "Run" flashes.
Start delay = 0
After starting the LIBERO Cx by pressing the Start/Stop button, data logging starts
immediately. The current measurement value is shown on the display and "Run"
flashes.
Logging can also be influenced with "Stop Options" as another parameter.
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3.4.6 Handling Options
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
3.4.3
Alarm conditions
Threshold violation
AN ALARM CANNOT BE RESET!
Alarm mode
• There are two different alarm modes:
• Single alarm zone
• Multi alarm zone
• The available alarm mode depends on the employed type of the LIBERO Cx.
• A checked box activates the alarm mode.
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3.4.3.1
Single alarm zone, LIBERO CB
Only alarm zones H1
and L1 are available
Temperature alarm activated for LIBERO CB with single alarm zone
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3.4.3.2
Multi alarm zones, LIBERO CS and CI
The function "Multi
alarm zones" splits the
alarm conditions in up
to 8 independent
zones; H1 - H4, G and
L1 - L3. Zone G represents the temperature
range in which none of
the alarm conditions
are fulfilled.
Temperature alarm activated for LIBERO CS and LIBERO CI with multi alarm zones
Alarm Zones
• Used
These check boxes are used to select the desired alarm zones.
3
• T[°C] or T[°F]
Data entry fields for the threshold values.
• Alarm after
An alarm is not triggered until the threshold violation has lasted longer than the specified time.
• Event
• Single
The delay time restarts for each threshold violation.
• Cumulative
An alarm will be triggered as soon as the elapsed time of all violations together has
reached the delay time.
• Excursions
Accepted number of excursions, without respect to the set alarm delay time.
• Zone H1 + L1 coupled.
If this field is checked, the information entered for the alarm zone in H1 are used for
both H1 overstepping and L1 understepping. (Total time and number of excursions
overstepping and understepping).
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CONFIGURATION OF A LIBERO CX
Graphical Representation / Evaluation
Temperature plot with zones
Data
TemperaZone ture range
[°C]
3
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Alarm duration
Add-up time [h]
Number of thresh- Plot section used for
old violations
calculation
H4
over 45
2.5
1
K
H3
over 30
5.5
3
J+K+L
H2
over 15
10.5
6
I+J+K+L+M+W
H1
over 8
21
11
H+I+J+K+L+M+N+T+
V+W+X
G
2 to 8
16
7
A+G+O+Q+S+U+Y
L1
below 2
11
7
B+C+D+E+F+P+R
L2
below -10
5
3
C+D+E
L3
below -20
3
1
D
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3.4.3.3
MKT Alarm
MKT Mean Kinetic
Temperature
MKT alarm and duration alarm
Only the section "MKT Alarm" is shown on this screen. For the maximum duration
see 3.4.3.4 Duration Alarm
MKT Activation
Energy
MKT Alarm
Possibility to enter a product specific value for the MKT activation energy between 42....
125 kJ/mol. (standard value: 83 kJ/mol.)
• Enable MKT alarm
A checked box activates the alarm mode.
• Lower MKT Limit
Data entry field for the threshold value.
• Upper MKT Limit
Data entry field for the threshold value.
As a reference value for the lower MKT threshold we recommend 0 °C. This entry
only serves to complete the general specifications for threshold values (min. max. value).
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3.4.3.4
Duration Alarm
Logging time
MKT alarm and duration alarm
Only the section "Duration Alarm" is shown on this screen. For MKT see 3.4.3.3
MKT Alarm
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Duration Alarm
• A checked box activates the alarm mode.
An alarm is triggered if the logging time oversteps this value.
• Maximum Duration
Data entry field for the threshold value.
Maximum possible alarm duration = logging interval * 8800 measurements
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3.4.4
Time settings
Country-specific settings.
Time Zone used in
PDF Report
Represents the time zone used in the PDF report. This setting is based on UTC.
Daylight Saving
Time
A checked box activates switchover between daylight saving time and winter time.
Data input fields for:
• Start date
• End date
• Offset (difference between daylight saving time and winter time)
Default setting
UTC
Date/Time format
used in PDF Report
Choose format settings for date and time.
Default setting
DD.MMM.YYYY (31.Oct.2012)
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3.4.5
PDF Options
Selection of the information contained in
the PDF Report
Y-Axis Scaling of
Chart in PDF Report
• Automatically Zoom
The Y-axis will automatically be scaled according to the range of the measured values.
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• Use Preset Zoom
The Y-axis will be scaled according to the lower and upper threshold values.
PDF Report Customizing
The following customizing options are activated by a checked box.
Measurement Value
Format used in PDF
Report
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Hide alarm conditions in the PDF report
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Hide the alarm status in the PDF report
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Hide logging results in the PDF report
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Hide the chart in the PDF report
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Hide the alarm indicator in the PDF report
Selection of various display formats for
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Temperature unit °C or °F
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Decimal separator: xx.yy (point) or xx,yy (comma) status information
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Status information and error messages in the PDF report
File name
1. Unique PDF report number comprising the device ID and the timestamp of the PDF
report
2. File name specified for the PDF report during configuration
3. Date of report creation
4. Time of report creation
5. Device ID
Logging Results - File
created
This timestamp corresponds to the time at which the LIBERO Cx was connected to a USB
interface for the first time.
WARNING: Device
Error EXXX
In the event of an error or if the data are not complete, a warning is given with an error code
above the graph.
WARNING: Device
used outside of specification
If at least one measurement value is outside the specified application range, an error message is printed above the graph.
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3.4.5.2
Example: PDF report
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Hide alarm conditions in the PDF report
Hide logging results in the PDF report
Hide the alarm status in the PDF report
Hide the chart in the PDF report
(Only LIBERO CS and CB)
Hide the alarm indicator in the PDF
report
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3.4.6
Handling Options
Are used to specify the
button functionality,
the data shown on the
display and the specified Profile-ID.
Stop Options
• Minimum logging duration
Enter the minimum logging time. During this time the, LIBERO Cx cannot be stopped
with the Start/Stop button or by connecting it to a USB interface.
• Disable stop button
When the box is checked, logging can only be stopped by connecting to a USB port.
Display Options
By checking the box it is possible to:
• Hide the measurement value on the LIBERO Cx display
• Hide the alarm indicator on the LIBERO Cx display
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Profile-ID
• 4 selection windows for defining the Profile-ID
The character set for the Profile-ID is restricted to the display capability.
• 3 display options for the Profile-ID
Different views are shown on the LIBERO Cx display depending on the selected option.
- Temporarily show the Profile-ID on the display
The Profile-ID is displayed by briefly pressing the Start/Stop button (less than 1
second)
- Always show Profile-ID instead of "Strt"
- Never show the Profile-ID
Default setting
C001
3.4.7
Apply Configuration Profile
All selected LIBERO Cx are directly assigned a previously saved profile.
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3.4.8
View/Print configuration
Creates a report with all configuration data. This report contains as many pages as LIBERO
Cx selected.
3.4.8.1
Example: Configuration report
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3.5
Passwords
LIBERO Cx uses 2 different password functions. Both passwords can be set, changed and
reset as long as the LIBERO Cx has not been started.
• Configuration password
Is used to protect the LIBERO Cx against unauthorized configuration changes.
• Data access password
If a data access password is set, the data of the PDF report can only be evaluated if the
password is known.
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Set/Change
If "New Password" & "Retype new Password" are left blank, the password will be
reset.
Reset
If you have forgotten the password:
1. To reset the password the displayed
"Request-Code" and the ID number
has to be mailed to ELPRO-BUCHS
AG (password-reset@elpro.com).
2. ELPRO-BUCHS AG will send the
"Reset Code" by e-mail after clarifying
ownership.
Calculation of the "Reset Code" is only possible at ELPRO-BUCHS AG.
This code is just valid for the respective LIBERO Cx.
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Calibration - View/Print
Creates a validation certificate for all selected LIBERO Cx. This contains as many pages
as LIBERO Cx selected.
Example: Validation certificate
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Check PDF Report Integrity
The software liberoCONFIG has the capability to validate the integrity of the PDF report. If
the files have passed, test results will be shown and can be printed or archived.
Procedure: LIBERO
PDF Report Integrity
1. Select and open PDF files which should be checked.
3.7.1
Example: Check the PDF Report Integrity
2. Check PDF File
A report with the check results will be created. This report contains as many pages as
LIBERO Cx selected.
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LIBERO SmartStart
Create and make settings see 3.3.2 Menus
- Extras
LIBERO SmartStart settings
The LIBERO SmartStart application allows bulk configuration of multiple LIBERO Cx with
the same settings without the need for software installation via a LIBERO SmartStart Pack
& Go (.exe) file. End users can use the Pack & Go to select from a list of possible predefined profiles and then have the option to add shipment-specific information that will later
appear on the PDF report. The LIBERO Cx can be configured in a quick, simple and absolutely safe way from any PC without a software installation.
First, the "LIBERO SmartStart Settings" menu is used to select configuration profiles that
have already been created and saved. An appropriate title and color are assigend to each
profile for easier selection.
Then, the LIBERO SmartStart allows additional information fields to be defined so that shipment-specific information can be easily added (i.e. carrier, tracking number) and viewable
on the PDF report. During the final programming process, information can be added either
in the form of plain text or dropdown menu. All other critical device settings in the configuration profile, such as handling and alarm settings, are static and cannot be changed. After
the initial settings are defined in the LIBERO SmartStart menu, a LIBERO SmartStart Pack
& Go file (*.exe) file is created.
Another feature of the LIBERO SmartStart Pack & Go is an automatic report of the LIBERO
ID, applied configuration profiles and the additional information that was entered. The automatic report is called the SmartStart Configuration Report (SSCR). The SSCR can be processed further and replaced error-prone manual listings of which LIBERO data logger (or
indicator) is contained in which shipment.
The basic configuration process using
Pack & Go is as follows:
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2. Select the appropriate configuration profile (by name and/or color)
3. Add shipment-specific information manually or from a drop-down menu
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Start
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LIBERO SmartStart Settings
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3.8.1 Items
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Return to liberoCONFIG.
3.8.2 Configuration Report
3.8.3 Create SmartStart Pack & Go
File
File format
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Items
Manage items
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Icons
Use the "Items" function to add, modify or remove new items of the LIBERO SmartStart file.
The new entry is added at the end of the list. Up to 500 LIBERO SmartStart items can be
defined.
Typically one item is created per profile, product or study number.
Adds a copy of the selected items to the item list with the name: "Copy of xxxxx". This copy
can be used as the basis for another item.
The respective input field is activated by checking the box.
This icon opens a window for the definition of the variable information.
Item settings
• Title
The title is the designation for the selected item. Enter a short, clear name.
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• Color
Each item can be assigned a color. The color serves to identify the item quickly at a
later point while working with LIBERO SmartStart.
Start mode
• Use existing data logger configuration
Is used if it is not necessary to assign a specific profile to the LIBERO Cx. The LIBERO
Cx retains the current configuration.
• Apply configuration profile
A profile previously created with liberoCONFIG is used.
ONLY PROFILES FROM THE SAME LIBERO DEVICE FAMILY CAN BE
ASSIGNED.
Passwords
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Configuration and data access passwords can be entered. They will be automatically added
to each LIBERO configured with LIBERO SmartStart.
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A checked box opens the window for entering the password.
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An empty field deletes the existing password.
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3.8.1.1
Add information during configuration
Device family
Manual or automatic recognition of the device family.
• When a configuration profile is assigned, LIBERO SmartStart automatically enables the
available information options.
• If the existing LIBERO configuration is used, manually select which device family is
used.
Add information
during configuration
It is possible to make entries for all variable information of the PDF report during profile
assignment.
no access:
There are no entries possible
If all entries are set to "no access", no entry prompts appear during
profile assignment with SmartStart Pack & Go. In all other cases an
entry window is opened to enter text with a barcode reader or with
the keyboard.
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Entries can be added to the existing text.
edit text
The existing text can be supplemented and changed.
add dropdown
Opens the "Edit Dropdown" window for selection of predefined information. The existing line content is supplemented.
insert dropdown
Opens the "Edit Dropdown" window for selecting pre-defined information. The existing line content is always overwritten.
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Commentary
Two minus signs in front of the text are treated as a comment in the dropdown and cannot
be added or inserted in a mandatory field.
A checked box permits editing of the text in the "Dropdown" list during configuration.
Successful configuration is only possible when all activated fields are filled out.
3.8.2
Configuration Report
The configuration report is optional extra and not required for LIBERO SmartStart
Pack & Go to function correctly.
If no automatic reporting of the configured LIBERO Cx is needed, skip this section
and continue with 3.8.3 Create SmartStart Pack & Go.
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Menu bar - configuration report
The configuration report documents all configurations done by LIBERO SmartStart. With
the aid of the "Placeholder Editor" the used file name, path and the parameters documented
may be customized.
Reporting ON / OFF
Configuration report ON
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The logging of the actions in the configuration report is switched on.
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Report Settings
File settings
Path
Default setting for saving the configuration report.
Subdirectories
Filename
This button is used to insert placeholders for the designation of subdirectories and file
names.
Report Content
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Options
The current report can be added as an extension to the existing one or the existing report
replaced by the new one.
This button starts the „Placeholder Editor“. The selected placeholders determine the content of the PDF report.
3.8.2.2
Placeholder Editor
Example
Placeholders are expressions that appear as variable information in the Data logger ID
report.
This is the syntax of the placeholder "DataloggerID" as shown in the
window.
%Logger ID%
During the creation of the PDF report the placeholder is replaced by the 71010001789
current information, of the LIBERO configured with LIBERO SmartStart.
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Description
Syntax
Function
Data Logger ID
%LoggerID%
ID of the data logger configured
with SmartStart.
Data Logger Type
%LoggerType%
Type of the LIBERO Cx (CB, CI,
CS), configured with LIBERO
SmartStart.
Firmware Version
%FirmwareVersion%
Firmware version of the LIBERO
Cx configured with LIBERO
SmartStart.
Remaining Battery
%RemainingBattery% Current battery level of the
LIBERO Cx at the time of configuration with SmartStart.
Configuration User
%ConfigurationBy%
Configuration Time
%ConfigurationTime% Point of time of the data logger
configuration. Format settings
according to regional settings of
the computer. Time zone corresponds to PDF settings.
Computer and user name
Configuration Time ("Format") %ConfigurationTime("Format")%
Time of the configuration of the
LIBERO Cx with user-defined
date-time format
PDF Report Title
Title of the PDF report
%ReportTitle%
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Information Field 1 ... 8
%InfoField1% ...
%InfoField8%
Field 1 to 8 of the additional information in the PDF
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Information Line 1 ... 8
%InfoLine1% ...
%InfoLine8%
%HiddenLine1%
%HiddenLine2%
Profile-ID
%ConfiguredFileName%
%ProfileID%
3.4.1 Description
Configured PDF file name
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3.4.1 Description
User defined profile ID
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Configured File Name
3.4.1 Description
Line 1 to 8 of the additional information in the PDF
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Hidden Line 1... 2
3.4.1 Description
Profile-ID
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Description
Syntax
Function
Profile Checksum
%ProfileChecksum%
Automatically calculated checksum
SmartStart Item Name
%SmartStartItemName%
Name of the selected LIBERO
SmartStart item
Application Name
%ApplicationName%
Corresponds to the "Window
Title"
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Placeholder:
Configuration Time
("Format")
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This placeholder allows a customized date and time format.
Placeholder
Function
dd
Day with leading zero
MM
Month with leading zero
MMM
Shortcut month (Jan, Feb, Mar. ..)
MMMM
Name of month not abbreviated
yyyy
Year with four digits
hh
Time in 12-hour format with leading zero
HH
Time in 24-hour format with leading zero
mm
Minutes with leading zero
ss
Seconds with leading zero
tt
AM/PM designator
zzz
UTC Offset in format hh:mm
Variables
Examples
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("Format")
yyyy MMM dd hh:mm:ss
2013 Jul. 17 16:23:12
dd MMM. yyyy
17 Jul. 2013
yyyy-MM
2013-07
dd/MM/yyyy
17/07/2013
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Example of a configuration report
The following line numbers refer to the line of text in the "Placeholder Editor"
The used control characters quotation marks ("...") and semicolon (;) are interpreted
according to the country settings of MS Excel. Depending on the country settings different
characters for the described functions have to be used.
Notes
Line
Description
1
Date and time configured with the placeholder: Configuration time ("Format") configured.
2
Text
3
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Always use placeholder with quotation marks. In this case a semicolon (;)
used within the text of the placeholder, will not be interpreted as column
formatting.
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Semicolon (;) between placeholders are used for column formatting.
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Control characters have no effect on reports opened with an editor.
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Entire line in quotes
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Text and parameters are not separated into different columns.
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Control characters have no effect on reports opened with an editor.
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Placeholder Editor
examples
Report opened with
MS Excel
Report opened with
an editor
Example of a report
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3.8.3
Create SmartStart Pack & Go
Menu bar - Pack & Go
This is a function to set up an executable file of LIBERO SmartStart including all required
settings and configuration profiles.
This file permits the configuration of a LIBERO Cx with a given profile, without any additional programs and without installation.
File format
(.exe)
Pack & Go runs:
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on any PC
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from a WEB, FTP or file server
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or from the Internet
3.8.3.1
SmartStart Pack & Go Settings
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Settings
Program Window
• Window Title
Window title bar of the executable (.exe) file. This title can provide information such as:
Service provider, location or version.
• Language
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- English
- Italian
- German
- Spanish
- French
- Dutch
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• Start Password - only authorized staff is permitted to run SmartStart Pack & Go.
• Expiry Date - the program is going to run until this date only.
Workflow of Pack &
Go
1. Define profiles and LIBERO SmartStart settings.
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3.4 Configuring the LIBERO Cx
3.5 Passwords
2. Create an (.exe) file which includes the following information:
- Defined profiles and LIBERO SmartStart settings
- File name and title of the window
- Optionally: Password and expiry date
3. Send the (.exe) file to the respective department.
4. The recipient runs the (.exe) file and configures the LIBEROs.
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3.9
Help
Help
Used to search for a specific help topic.
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Using SmartStart Pack & Go
When starting the SmartStart Pack & Go (.exe) file created with liberoCONFIG, a window
with predefined settings appears. The window text and the respective color code is defined
in the LIBERO SmartStart settings.
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3.8 LIBERO SmartStart settings
Mode
The LIBERO Cx must
be in Conf or Strt
mode!
The first item from the LIBERO SmartStart list is displayed, showing the assigned color and
title.
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THE PROFILE CHECKSUM CORRESPONDS TO THE PROFILE CHECKSUM
OF THE CONFIGURATION!
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3.3.5 Configuration Profiles
Now the LIBERO can be plugged into the USB port.
SmartStart Pack & Go then automatically sends the selected profile to the LIBERO.
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If LIBERO SmartStart allows input of additional information, a window will open. The information can be entered via the keyboard or barcode reader.
Key to entries
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1. Edit text
2. Add dropdown
3. Insert dropdown
4. Add text
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3.8.1 Items
Fields highlighted in gray cannot be edited.
Missing variable
Error message
When all entries have been made, the profile settings and the variable entries are sent to
the LIBERO.
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Now disconnect the LIBERO from the USB port and continue with the next LIBERO.
4.1
Change of Settings
A SmartStart Pack & Go can contain several items / profiles. Click the setting window with
the right mouse button and select the right profile, for example: Antiallergics.
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4.2
Error Messages
In case of an error, a message will be displayed.
Reasons for error massages:
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Profile incompatible
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"Cancel" selected during data download
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LIBERO has been disconnected during configuration.
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5
Miscellaneous
5.1
Software license
Registration
The software liberoCONFIG is available for downloading from the website www.elpro.com.
The license key required for licensing is sent to you free of charge e-mail.
License
This license information is sent in the email:
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User name: xxxxxx xxxxxx
Company name: zzzzzz
serial number: yyyy-yyyy-yyyy
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The download link is also contained in the e-mail. The software can be downloaded up to
twice with the supplied link. Re-registration is necessary afterwards.
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ELPRO Customer Service Information
If you need any assistance from the ELPRO Customer Center, please make sure you can
provide the following information:
5.3
Software version; Select "Info" in the menu option "Application"
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Used LIBERO type
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PDF report of the LIBERO
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Which actions were carried out before the problem arose (exact description of the
LIBERO handlimg: time, temperature, shock etc.)
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Specification of the error, error codes
Revision History
Author Date
AG
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Version Description
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Index
A
Actions - confirmed 20
Alarm duration 26, 28
Alarm indicator 10
Alarm mode 24, 25, 27
Alarm reset 24
Alarm zones 25
Ambient temperature 14
Apply 20
Available Liberos 16
B
Battery 8, 10
Buttons 20
C
Calibration Certificate 37
Case 10
CE 9
Checksum 21
Color 44
Configuration 52
Configuration Mode 15
Configuration password 36
Configuration report 34
Copy 44
Cumulative events 25
D
Data access password 36
Date 50
Daylight saving time 29
Decimal separator 30
Default file location 18
Device 21
Device error 14
Device family 45
Device selection 16
Display 10
Disposal 8
E
Edit dropdown 45
EMI 9
EoL - End of Life 13
Error message 14
Exceptional environmental conditions 9
Expiry date 10, 16, 53
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F
Factory settings 15
File format 21, 42, 52
File name 22, 31
Format 19
Format Measurement Value 30
I
Indicator 7
Indicators 13
Influence of temperature 8, 11
Information - hidden 22
Infrared radiation 9
Integrity 39
L
Language 18
License key 58
Lifetime 16
Lithium 8
Load Profile 20
Logger 7
Logging 14
Logging interval 23
M
Mac OS 12
Measuring value unit 25
Menu bar - report 34
Microwaves 9
MKT activation energy 27
MKT alarm 27
Multi Alarm 25
P
Pack & Go 53
Pack & Go - settings 52
Password 19, 36, 53
Password length 19
PDF file check 39
PDF report 32, 45
PDF/A - ISO standard 6
Placeholder 49
Placeholder Editor 51
Prefix 22
Profile 10, 20, 21
Profile Checksum 22
Profile default locations 18
Profile ID 34
Program version 17I
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Registration 58
Report 47
Report title 22
Request-Code 36
Reset code 36
Reset Password 36
Run 10
S
Save profile 20
Selection 44
Serial number 58
Single events 25
SmartStart 41
SmartStart - configuration 44
SmartStart - configuration report 46
SmartStart - items 44
SmartStart - Pack & Go 52
SmartStart - password 44
SmartStart - Placeholders 49, 50
SmartStart - report 51
Start 10
Start delay 23, 24
Start options 14
Start/Stop button 10
Stop mode 13
Stop options 14
System requirements (PC) 12
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T
Temperature unit 30
Threshold violation 24
Time 50
Time format 29
Time Zone 29
Title 44
Transit 15
U
UCT Coordinated Universal Time 29
USB-Port 15
V
Validation certificate 37
Violations 25
W
WEEE 8, 9
X
X-Ray 9
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