To view real-time readings from a connected datalogger, select Real-Time View from the Navigation Menu, or Real-Time from the options on the Dataloggers Screen.
Figure 8-1 Real-Time View Screen - iOS
Figure 8-2 Real-Time View Screen - Android
Select to enter the non-logged view sample rate.
This rate can be set independently of the programmed logging period of the connected datalogger, and does not interfere with any logging taking place in the datalogger itself.
On an iOS device, the button re-enables/re-starts the automatic plot scrolling, after you have re-sized the plot by pinching in or out in either the horizontal or vertical directions while taking real-time readings.
On an iPad, tapping will expand the Plot screen to full screen.
You can place the App in the background, while Real-Time readings are being recorded.
Real-Time readings do not interfere with any programmed logging taking place in the Levelogger itself.
Downloads and Real-Time readings can occur at the same time.
Figure 8-3 Edit Real Time Parameters - iOS
Figure 8-4 Edit Real-Time Parameters - Android
You can set the non-logged Sample Rate from 1 second to 99 minutes. You can also enable a Data Adjust (Change) to offset real-time readings by the entered value.
Tapping on the white input fields will show the scroll wheels to enter the desired settings.
Select the start symbol at the top left of the Solinst Levelogger App to start recording real-time readings. Select the stop symbol to stop recording real-time readings.
It is possible to change the non-logged Sample Rate, while still recording real-time readings; the graph and data list will be updated dynamically.
To view the real-time data in list view, select .
Real-time logging sessions are automatically saved to the Saved Logs list, when the datalogger is disconnected from the App.
Figure 8-5 Real-Time Data List - iOS
Figure 8-6 Real-Time Data List - Android
The scroll bar at the right of the screen, when touched and dragged, can be used to reposition the data window anywhere in very large log files.