Intek RheoVac 950A User Manual

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As an example, consider a RheoVac Model 950 with the Network ID “r09613” and two probes connected
with names of “99261-1” and “99261-2”. The following OPC connection strings would be used to read
the Pressure (PV5) and Relative Saturation (PV8) from each probe:

x R09613\OPC_Intek-exe\99261-1\PV5\Value
x R09613\OPC_Intek-exe\99261-1\PV8\Value
x R09613\OPC_Intek-exe\99261-2\PV5\Value
x R09613\OPC_Intek-exe\99261-2\PV8\Value

Note: If the RheoVac Model 950 is attached to a network that does not support DNS, the IP Address for
the unit must be used instead of the Network ID.


Downloading Data from your RheoVac 950 Instrument

The data stored in your RheoVac instrument can be downloaded to a USB memory device, or
connected to a laptop for download.


A USB memory stick can be found in the RheoVac Model 950 instrument’s main electronics enclosure,
secured to the inside of the enclosure lid. For normal operation of the system the memory stick does not
need to be installed in the USB port. RheoVac data is stored by the instrument on its internal system
drive. Use the following steps when data needs to be retrieved from the instrument:


Install the USB memory stick into the USB port labeled CN2. (Figure C4.1)

2008 and newer systems have a VGA
adapter on the PWA assembly with
the USB adapters

Figure C4.1


Wait at least one minute for the system to locate and update the driver.


On the front panel keypad, press both the UP and DOWN arrows (Figure C4.2) at the
same time and hold for one second. The entire RheoVac 950 system will be compressed
and saved to the USB stick. FILENAME: RHEOVAC.ZIP. If multiple RheoVac
Systems are going to be downloaded ensure a different USB stick is used for each system
to prevent over writing data.


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