T&D 500B Utility Mobile App

Introduction

T&D 500B Utility is a settings app designed to be used with RTR500BW and a smartphone/tablet. Settings can either be made via Bluetooth® for devices in close range and for those at a distance via a browser and T&D WebStorage Service.

 Note
  • After completing settings with this app, data can be viewed and warnings monitored via the cloud.
  • For details about using our cloud service, see the section [Using T&D WebStorage Service] of this Help.
  • This section explains how to use the mobile app T&D 500B Utility. For details about using the Windows software for RTR500BW see section [RTR500BW for Windows] and for all device specifications and other details about the device itself, see [RTR500BW/500BC] of this Help.
  • Hereafter, the T&D 500B Utility may be referred to as the “app”.

Compatible Products

Base Units RTR500BW
Remote Units RTR500B Series Data Loggers:
RTR501B/502B/503B/505B/507B (including L types)
RTR-500 Series Data Loggers:*
RTR-574/576(including S types),
Discontinued: RTR-501/502/503/507S/505-Pt/505-TC/505-mA/505-V/505-P (including L types)
Repeaters RTR500BC, RTR-500
* Settings for RTR-500 Series data loggers cannot be made via Bluetooth, but can be done using optical communication with a RTR500BW Base Unit.

Getting Ready

Installing the “T&D 500B Utility”

Search for TandD 500B Utility in the App Store, or install it from our T&D Website. Please check if it is compatible with your mobile device and OS Version.
T&D Website> Software > T&D 500B Utility Download

Create a T&D Web-Based Storage Service Account

Log in to T&D WebStorage Service, and add your device by serial number and registration code.
If you do not already have an account, register a new user account.

Things Necessary for Using a LAN Connection

LAN Cable (for wired LAN)
Wireless LAN Access Point (for wireless LAN)
HUB, Router, etc (when necessary)

Getting Remote Units and Repeaters Ready

Insert batteries and attach sensors. For details about using Remote Units and Repeaters see [RTR500BW/RTR500BC] or see [RTR501B/502B/503B/505B/507B] section in this Help.

Initial Settings Wizard

When making settings in a device for the first time, the Initial Settings Wizard will open. It will guide you with on screen instructions to complete the necessary settings to get you started.
Please make sure your mobile device’s Bluetooth is ON.

  1. Connect the Base Unit to power and open the T&D 500B Utility app.

  2. Tap on the device shown in the app screen you wish to register and the Initial Settings Wizard will open.

  3. Enter your password to allow for settings to be made. The default password is "password".

  4. Make entries by following the on-screen instructions.
    It is possible to skip settings and complete them later, as well as, re-open the Initial Settings Wizard at a later time. (For details see: [Settings Menu]-[System])

 Note

For details about each setting see the Settings Menu. Upon completion of the Initial Settings Wizard, the Base Unit will begin operation with the following default settings:

  • Settings for Sending Current Readings: ON / Interval: 10 min.
  • Settings for Sending Recorded Data: ON/ at 6:00 am every day.

Top Screen

Upon completion of the Initial Settings Wizard this screen will appear.
From the tab, select the connection method to display the appropriate settings menu.

Top Screen Tabs
Nearby Devices

A list broken into two sections will appear showing all of the nearby devices within communication range. One section shows devices that have previously been connected to the app.

  • By tapping on a device in [Previously Connected Devices], the settings menu for that device will be opened.
    (For details see: Settings Menu)
  • By tapping on a device in [Nearby Devices] the Initial Settings wizard will open where the device can be added to the app.
    (For details see: Initial Settings Wizard)

WebStorage

From here you can connect to Base Units that are in distant places and open the settings menu for those devices via T&D WebStorage Service. (For details see: Settings Menu Also, T&D WebStorage Service account management can be done from here.
(For details see: T&D WebStorage Service Account Management)

Tools

Tap here to view current settings or initialize devices.
(For details see: Tools)

Top Screen Icons

[Nearby Devices] Tab
[WebStorage] Tab
[Tools] Tab
Bluetooth Signal Strength

This will show the signal strength between nearby Base Units and your mobile device.

Menu

This will open the support info menu for your products. If there is new information a red dot will appear.
(For details see: App Version Info and Support)

Delete (Nearby Devices)

This will delete the Base Unit registration from the app.
(For details see: Deleting Device Registrations)

Edit (WebStorage)

Here you can add and delete Base Unit registrations from T&D WebStorage Service.
(For details see: T&D WebStorage Service Account Management)

Login ID and Account Management

(For details see: T&D WebStorage Service Account Management)

Messages

Communication status messages, such as below, may appear in the top screen of the [WebStorage] tab.

Communication Failure

This will appear when continual communication errors occur with T&D WebStorage Service.

Waiting for Transmission...

This will be appear next to Base Units which have been registered to T&D WebStorage Service but for which no transmission of data has yet occurred. Even by tapping on these you cannot move to the Settings Menu.

Settings Menu

After selecting which connection method you want to use from the Top Screen Tabs [Nearby Devices] or [WebStorage] , by tapping on a Base Unit on the list you will move to the Settings Menu for that Base Unit.

Settings Menu from [Nearby Devices] Tab
Settings Menu from [WebStorage] Tab

Upon opening, a message will be displayed showing the status of the Base Unit when the app communicates with the Base Unit via Bluetooth or via T&D WebStorage Service.
If an error message is displayed, please refer to the message, check the settings and if necessary make changes.

When you see the [There are unapplied settings] message:
Since the RTR500BW checks T&D WebStorage Service every 10 minutes for pending settings, some settings made from the [WebStorage] tab may have not yet been applied and are still pending. By tapping on [View Pending] it is possible to check on which settings have yet to be applied and cancel settings if desired.

 Note
  • Tap the refresh icon() located in the header to reload the screen.
  • The header shows the connection method (/) and name of the selected Base Unit.
Below shows info about settings available depending on the connection method. For more details, click on setting items in the table below.
Connection Method Bluetooth Communication T&D WebStorage Service
Usage Direct connection with nearby devices (Manual connection at user discretion) Connection via the Internet (Automatic connection at set interval *1 )
What can this app do? Basic Settings Base Unit Name
Connection Password
Clock Settings
Registered Devices Registration *2
Settings Changes (Excluding Frequency Channel) *2
Wireless Routes / Signal Strength Test *2
Programmed Recording Start *2
Network Settings
Sending Current Readings
Warning Settings
Sending Recorded Data
System Operation Log
Opening Initial Settings Wizard
Tools Initialize Devices
View Device Settings
T&D WebStorage Service Account Management
*1 RTR500BW checks T&D WebStorage every ten minutes for any pending settings. The interval can be changed via “RTR500BW for Windows”.
*2 Use the app to connect to nearby Remote Units and Repeaters and also connect via the Internet to enable registration of these units to distantly placed Base Units.

Basic Settings

Base Unit Name

Displayed as <Model_Serial Number>.
When using multiple Base Units the name can be edited for easier identification.
Base Unit Names will be applied as follows:

  • In warning mails sent from T&D WebStorage Service.
  • In the T&D WebStorage Service Data View screen (in Current Readings file names and within the files themselves).
  • In Recorded Data file names and within the files themselves.
Base Unit Description

Here you can enter a description for the Base Unit if you wish.
For example, when using multiple units in multiple places, entering the installation location and administrator will make it easier to identify units.

Base Unit Password

Enter a password here for connecting to a Base Unit via a network or via Bluetooth.

  • Passwords must be alphabet or numerals from 6 to 64 characters.
  • If you forget the password, reset it by connecting the Base Unit to a PC via USB.
Clock Settings

Specify the region in which the unit is being used.

Others (Temperature Unit)

Make settings for the unit of temperature to be used in the Remote Unit recorded data and in the display of the Remote Unit.
This cannot be changed after the Remote Unit has been registered. If you wish to change this setting, it is necessary to first delete the registration from the Base Unit and then make changes.

Registered Devices

The Registered Devices screen has 4 tabs for switch between various operations.

 Note

If a Remote Unit or Repeater can not be found using Bluetooth search, please see [RTR500B Series FAQs]-[T&D 500B Utility]-[Q.There are devices nearby but they don't show up in the app's search results list, why not?]

Device List

All Remote Units and Repeaters registered to the Base Unit will appear in the list sorted by group name. Tap on a device to open the settings screen for that device.

  • By tapping on the pen icon next to the Group Name you can edit the Group Name.
  • A battery icon will be displayed on the right side of the device name. See [Wireless Route Settings ] for the battery icon status. Note that the battery icon will not appear when [Auto Routing] is set to OFF in the [Wireless Route Settings].

Device Registration

Use this to register new Remote Unit / Repeaters to the Base Unit.
The app will use Bluetooth to search for nearby Remote Units and Repeaters and display them in a list of found devices. Tap on the device you wish to register.

  • For RTR500 Series Remote Units (RTR-501/502/503/505/507S), tap [Register via optical com] and place the Remote Unit on the Base Unit to open the registration screen. For RTR-574/576 and RTR-600 Series, use the windows software [RTR500BW for Windows] to carry out the registration.
  • If the Remote Unit is an RTR505B or RTR-505, a message will appear asking for you to [Select the Measurement Item]. By selecting the usage, a settings screen will appear. (A message will not appear if an Input Module is connected.)

Wireless Routes

Make wireless route settings here for communication between Base Units, Repeaters and Remote Units and carry out tests of signal strength between the various devices.
(For details see: Wireless Route Settings)

Start Recording

Here you can select a Remote Unit, make settings for the recording interval and the recording start date and time and start recording.

  • If the set date and time for starting recording is too close to the current date and time, an error will occur.
  • The Remote Unit will go into waiting mode and [REC] will blink in the Remote Unit LCD until recording begins.

Remote Unit Settings

 Note

Up to 50 Remote Units can be registered to each Base Unit.

 IMPORTANT

Upon the start of a new recording session, all recorded data stored in the Remote Unit will be deleted. Make sure to download any recorded data you wish to save before making new recording settings. Download data using the software [RTR500BW for Windows].
(For details see: [RTR500BW for Windows]-[Other Data Collection Methods])

Group Name

If you wish to register a logger to an already registered Group, select the name of the target Group.

Remote Unit Name

Displayed as <Model_Serial Number>.
When using multiple Remote Units the name can be edited for easier identification.
Remote Unit Names will be applied as follows:

  • In warning mails sent from T&D WebStorage Service.
  • In the T&D WebStorage Service Data View screen (in Current Readings file names and within the files themselves)
  • In Recorded Data File Names and within the files themselves
Frequency Channel
Set a frequency channel for wireless communication to be used by Base Unit, (Repeaters), and Remote Units. In each wireless group up to four frequency channels can be set for use with one Base Unit.
  • The frequency channels can be set from 0-21 for FCC Model and 0-11 for CE Model. (For details see: [RTR500B Series FAQs]-[RTR500BW Settings]-[Q. When there are multiple Base Units being used in the same area, what is the best way to assign frequency channels?]
  • When more than one Base Unit is registered, make sure to select channels that are far apart in order to prevent interference of wireless communication between Base Units.
  • To make changes after having finished registering, it is necessary to delete all Remote Units and Repeater Units with the same frequency channel setting from the Remote Unit Registration List and then register them again.
Recording Interval
Select from the 15 possible choices.
If the interval is changed, all recorded data stored in the Remote Unit will be deleted.
Below are some examples of recording intervals and maximum recording times.
RTR501B/502B/
505B
RTR503B/507B,
RTR-574/576
Recording Interval 1 sec About 4 hr and 26 min About 2 hr 13 min
30 sec About 5 days 13 hr About 2 days 18 hr
15 min. About 166 days 16 hr About 83 days 8 hr
60 min. About 1 year and 10 months About 11 months
Start Recording by Tapping Apply

By switching this to ON when making settings changes, recording will start upon completing settings by tapping the [Apply] button.
If you are making settings changes to items that are not connected to recording such as Group Name, Remote Unit Name, Download Settings and Bluetooth, then we recommend you switch this to OFF, so that recorded data will not be deleted upon the start of a new recording session.

Warning Settings

Switch to ON to monitor for warnings, and set the "Judgment Time". When a warning condition is detected, a warning is issued only after the judgment counter expires.
By setting to OFF, that unit will be excluded from monitoring for warnings.

  • Settings can be made in each channel for "Upper and/or Lower Limits". When an out-of-limit measurement is detected and continues for the set Judgment Time, a warning will be issued. (The set limit values are not sent with the warning message.)
  • Additional Monitoring Items for RTR505B
    Event: A warning will be issued when the rising or falling pulse continues for the set Warning Judgment Time. (resolution:1 sec)
    Pulse: Settings can be made for upper and lower limits for pulse measurements taken during the set recording interval.
Recorded Data Transmission Settings

Select whether to enable automatic downloading and transmission of recorded data to the Base Unit.

  • Auto-download / sending of recorded data will not occur for those Remote Units that are set to OFF.
Bluetooth

Here you can switch Bluetooth Communication ON or OFF.
Set a 4 to 8 digit numerical Remote Unit Passcode used for pairing.

  • The same passcode can be used for all Remote Units.
[Apply] Button

Tap here to send the settings to the Base Unit.

RTR505B Settings

 Note
  • After making a setting, check the Remote Unit LCD to make sure everything is displayed correctly. (For details see: [RTR501B/502B/503B/505B/507B]-[RTR505B Display Examples by Input Module])
  • To replace an input module with another type, before you can use it to measure you must first delete the old module registration from the Base Unit, initialize the Base Unit, and then register the new module.

Model number of input module shown within ( ).

Sensor Type (TCM-3010, PTM-3010)

Select the type of sensor connected to the input module.
For TCM-3010: K, J, T, or S
For PTM-3010: Pt100 or Pt1000

  • When replacing a sensor with a different type, make sure to change this setting to reflect the type which is connected.
Recording Method (VIM-3010, AIM-3010)

Make settings for the recording method for measurements.
Instantaneous Value: Records the instantaneous value at the set recording interval.
Average Value: If the recording interval is less than 20 seconds, the recorded value will be calculated from measurements taken every 1 second. If the interval is 20 seconds or longer, the recorded value will be calculated from measurements taken every 2 seconds.

Scale Conversion Equation (VIM-3010, AIM-3010, PIC-3150)

Make settings for when using scale conversion. This has no reflection on what is displayed on the LCD display of the Remote Unit.
Use y=ax+b: Select this when the values for both the slope (a) and intercept (b) are already known.
Specify 2 points: Select this when both the input values from the sensor and the post-conversion values are known at two points. (See the sensor user’s manual for details)

  • If desired, a string of characters can be input directly to show the "Unit of Measurement" for the value after scale conversion.
Preheat / Preheat Time (VIM-3010)

Select ON if you wish to control the sensor power supply. It transmits a preheat signal that is synchronized with the recording interval to turn sensors ON before and OFF after measuring and recording.

  • Because the sensor does not measure except during a recording session, the Remote Unit LCD will refresh at each recording interval.
  • The length of preheat time will differ upon your sensor. Please check the specifications for the sensor being used.
  • If the set preheat time is equivalent to or longer than the recording interval, current will be continually supplied to the sensor.
Measurement Range (VIM-3010)

Make settings here for the range of measurement. The Remote Unit LCD will change to reflect the set measurement range.
V: This will fix the measurement range to the V range (display range: 0.000 to 22.00V / auto decimal point)
mV: This settings will automatically switch the measurement range for the Input Module between "mV Range" and "V Range" depending on the measurement. (display range: 0.0 to 999.9mV / auto decimal point)

Pulse Signal Type (PIC-3150)

Make settings here for the pulse signal type to be recorded.
Rising: Records the number of rising pulses during the set recording interval.
Falling: Records falling pulses during the set recording interval.

Chattering Filter (PIC-3150)

This filter should be turned on when connecting a device such as a switch or relay where input chatter is expected.

Target Item for Warning Monitoring (PIC-3150)

Select the target item from Pulse or Event (rising or falling) and judgment time for warning monitoring.
Display resolutions for monitoring each target item are follows:
Pulse: one-sixtieth of recording interval (minimum of one second)
Event: 1 sec

Noise and Vibration

Make settings for the sampling interval, calculation percentage and calculation time period.

Repeater Settings

The wireless communication range can be extended by placing a Repeater in between a Base Unit and a Remote Unit.

 Note
  • The wireless communication range, if unobstructed and direct, is about 150 meters (500ft).
  • Perform a Radio Signal Strength test after adding or deleting a Repeater. (For details see: Wireless Route Settings)
Group Name

Specify the Group to which the Remote Units are registered that you wish to add a Repeater.

Name

Will be displayed as <Model_Serial Number>.
When using multiple Repeaters the name can be edited for easier identification.

LCD Display

If desired for identification, enter a unique 3 digit (alphabetic and/or numerical) name for the Repeater.

  • It will appear in the screen of the Repeater.
Frequency Channel
Set the frequency channel for Repeater to the same one as the Remote Unit to which you wish to communicate.
In each Wireless Group up to four frequency channels can be set for use with one Base Unit. Up to 10 Repeaters can be registered to each Wireless Group.
  • The frequency channels can be set from 0-21 for FCC Model and 0-11 for CE Model. (For details see: [RTR500B Series FAQs]-[RTR500BW Settings]-[Q. When there are multiple Base Units being used in the same area, what is the best way to assign frequency channels?]
  • When more than one Base Unit is registered, make sure to select channels that are far apart in order to prevent interference of wireless communication between Base Units.
  • To make changes after having finished registering, it is necessary to delete all Remote Units and Repeater Units with the same frequency channel setting from the Remote Unit Registration List and then register them again.
Bluetooth

Here you can switch Bluetooth Communication ON or OFF.
Set a 4 to 8 digit numerical Repeater Passcode used for pairing.
The same passcode can be used for all devices.

Network Settings

Here you can make Wired and Wireless LAN Settings as well as check the network connection status.
Note that changes cannot be made via WebStorage.

Wired LAN Settings

Configuration Method

The default setting is Auto (IP). Normally, there is no need to change settings.

  • If you wish to use a static IP address, change to Manual setup and make appropriate settings for the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and DNS server address.

Wireless LAN Settings

Add by Search

The Base Unit will search for available nearby access points and display them in a list. Select the desired access point and enter the password if necessary.

Add Manually

Enter the access point information (network name, security, password) manually and tap [Apply].
If necessary, fixed IP addresses and other settings can be entered here.

Accepted Settings Lengths
SSID (Network Name): Up to 32 characters
Security (Password)
WEP: 13 Characters
WPA/WPA2 PSK : Password 8 to 63 characters / 64 digit hexadecimal value

Add from History

Select the desired access point from the archived list of previously used access points. This is especially useful for adding multiple loggers to the same network and can be used for the second and all subsequent loggers.

Upload to...

T&D WebStorage Service

Select this to send data to T&D's worldwide cloud service.

Ondotori Web Storage (Japan)

Select this to send data to T&D's Japanese cloud service.

Test

Tap [Test] to check the network status of the Base Unit.
If the test fails, see the explanation and make settings changes as necessary.

Example of Error Display

Sending Current Readings

Use this to have the Base Unit connect with Remotes Units via wireless communication at the set interval, retrieve current readings (latest measurements) and send to T&D WebStorage Service, where they can be monitored anytime, anywhere via the internet.

Current Readings Transmission

Set to ON to have current readings sent automatically.

Transmission Interval

Select the current readings transmission interval from 11 choices.

[Apply] Button

Tap here to send the settings to the Base Unit.

[Test]

Tap to test if connection with T&D WebStorage Service is possible.

Warning Settings

Make settings here to monitor for warnings.

Warning Monitoring

Switch to ON if you wish to monitor for warnings.

  • Warning Monitoring will not be carried out for those Remote Units which have Warning Monitoring set to OFF in Remote Unit Settings.
  • Alerts are shown on the top page of T&D WebStorage Service.
Monitoring Interval

Select the warning monitoring and transmission interval from 11 choices.

Remote Units to be monitored

Select the target Remote Units you wish to monitor for warnings.

  • You can also make changes here to switch ON warning monitoring for Remote Units that are set to OFF.
Contact Output Settings

Here you can specify warning conditions by the type of contact output being used.

  • Limit Exceeded, Sensor Error
  • Wireless Communication Error
  • Battery Error
    Use [Test External Contact Output] to check if an external device (buzzer, siren, lamp or other electromagnetic contactor) is connected and working properly.
[Apply] Button

Tap here to send the settings to the Base Unit.

Sending Recorded Data

Use this to automatically download recorded data from target Remote Units at a set day/time or interval and have that data transmitted automatically to T&D WebStorage Service.

Recorded Data Transmission

To carry out auto-downloading and sending of recorded data, select ON.

Transmit by day and time

Tap on the time to make selections for day and time.

  • Up to eight patterns can be set.
  • If you select more than one day and time, make sure that they are one or more hour apart.
Transmit by interval

Select the transmission interval from 5 choices.

  • Recorded data will be sent at the specified interval(s) starting from 0:00.
  • If necessary, specify the next transmission in 10-minute time units
Remote Units Enabled

A list of all Remote Units registered in the target Base Unit appears here. Select the Remote Unit(s) you wish to be enabled for auto-transmission of recorded data.

  • You can also make changes here to switch ON auto-upload for Remote Units that are set to OFF.
[Apply] Button

Tap here to send the settings to the Base Unit.

System

View Base Unit Log

This will retrieve and show the operations log for the Base Unit.
You can send and save by tapping the “Share” icon () at the top right of the screen.

Initial Settings Wizard (via Bluetooth)

Tap to open the Initial Settings Wizard at anytime and follow the steps to make settings.
(For details see: Initial Settings Wizard)

View Pending Settings (via WebStorage)

Here you can check the status and results of pending settings.
(When settings were made from the [WebStorage] Tab)
Also you can cancel any yet unapplied settings you no longer wish to make.

Device Info

Here you can check the Base Unit Registration Code (*), the Firmware Version and the Communication (RF/Bluetooth) Version.

* If you open this from the [WebStorage] Tab, you will not be able to see the registration code.

Wireless Route Settings

In the Settings Menu, open [Registered Devices]-[Wireless Routes] tab.
Make wireless route settings here for communication between Base Units, Repeaters and Remote Units and carry out tests of signal strength between the various devices.

 Note
  • The wireless communication range, if unobstructed and direct, is about 150 meters (500ft). By using a Repeater, it is possible to bypass obstacles and extend the communication range.
  • For more info about installation see: [Please Read First]-[About Installing Wireless Devices] in this Help.
  • Anytime you decide the installation points, add or delete devices, or communication errors continually occur, it is a good idea to make sure communication is stable and reliable by testing the signal strength of wireless communication between the Base Unit, Repeaters and Remote Units.
Select Frequency Channel and Auto-Route Setting

Tap to select the frequency channel to view the communication route or check the signal strength.
Here you can turn the [Auto Routing] function ON or OFF.
[Auto Routing] Function
ON: Communication is carried out using the best route from the previous communication result.
OFF: Communication will be carried out using the manually set route. (For details see: Manually Setting the Route Tree)

  • This example "Ch.7 (Auto)" shows that Frequency Channel 7 is selected and [Auto Routing] is set to ON.
  • The [Auto Routing] function cannot be used for groups that include RTR-600 or RTR-500.

Check Signal Strength

Tap to open the device selection screen for testing signal strength. Select the device(s) and tap [Start] at the bottom of the screen. Upon completion, tap [ < ] to return to the previous screen and check the results.

Change Display Mode

Here you can change the way the results are displayed between a table or route diagram.

  • When settings the wireless route automatically, the date and time of the last wireless communication is displayed.
  • When displayed as a table, the signal strength results between the Base Unit, Repeaters and Remote Units is displayed in both colors and numerical values.

    Green (3-5) : Good
    Yellow (1-2) : Unstable
    White (0): Error

Signal Strength Icons

The wireless signal strength is shown in colors and bars.
Green (2-3 bars) : Good
Yellow(1 bar): Unstable
Gray : Error

Battery Icon

For RTR501B/502B/503B/505B/507B: Shown in two stages
Sufficient Battery
Change Battery

For RTR-574/576 and Repeater: Shown in four stages
Sufficient Battery
Less than 50%
Very Low
Change Battery

  • A low battery may cause communication errors. Also, the recorded data may be lost if the battery runs out of power.

Manually Setting the Route Tree

  1. Tap on a Remote Unit icon in the Route Tree to open the [Route Selection] screen.

  2. Select the upper level device in the tree.

    • Select the appropriate Repeater where necessary.
    • To remove a Repeater from the tree, select the Base Unit.
  3. Tap on [ < ] to return to the previous screen and at the bottom of the screen tap [Apply].
    Test the wireless signal strength.

Route EX 1:
Route EX 2:

Deleting Device Registrations

Deleting Remote Units / Repeaters

This will delete the Remote Unit / Repeater Unit registration from the Base Unit.

 Note
  • The deleted Remote Unit(s) will continue recording.
  • If you delete a Repeater, make sure to re-test the signal strength from [Wireless Route Settings].
  1. In the Settings Menu of the selected Base Unit, open [Registered Devices].

  2. In the upper right corner of the Device List screen, tap [Delete].

  3. Tap on the icon () - [Delete] to delete.
    After finishing (whether or not you deleted devices) return to the previous screen by tapping [Done].

Deleting Base Units

 Note

If you wish to delete a Base Unit registration from the app, first tap on the [Nearby Devices] tab. This will not change the Base Unit settings and recorded data will be sent to T&D WebStorage Service as usual.

  1. In the upper right corner of the top screen (Nearby Devices), tap [Delete].

  2. Tap on the icon () - [Delete] to delete.
    After finishing (whether or not you deleted devices) return to the previous screen by tapping [Done].

Tools

Tap the [Tools] tab on the lower right corner of the top screen to view device settings or initialize devices.

Settings History

View the settings of the most recently Bluetooth connected Base Unit.

View Device Settings

View the settings of Remote Unit(s) and Repeater(s) that are in Bluetooth communication range.

Initializing Device

Here you can initialize the Bluetooth devices (RTR500B Series Base Unit / Remote Unit / Repeater) within the Bluetooth range.

If you wish to initialize the RTR-500 Series Remote Unit (RTR-501/502/503/505/507S), tap [Initialize via Optical Communication] and carry out optical communication with its Base Unit or Repeater within the Bluetooth range.

 IMPORTANT
  • Before initializing the Remote Unit or Repeater, please delete the device registration from the Base Unit. Using the Remote Unit or Repeater whose registration information remains in the Base Unit can cause communication error or operation error.
  • Once initialized, the setting information and recorded data in the unit will be deleted and cannot be restored.
  • When initializing the Remote Unit that uses a High Precision Temp-Humidity Sensor (SHA-3151 / SHB-3101), Thermocouple Module (TCM-3010), or Pt Module (PTM-3010), if you were making adjustments to the measurements (via Adjustment Tools), the setting has been saved in the sensor/module and will remain even if the Remote Unit is initialized. To reset the adjustment setting, use the Adjustment Tools software and perform the initialization.
    T&D Website > Software > Adjustment Tools Download

T&D WebStorage Service Account Management

You can manage your account from the [WebStorage] Tab.

 IMPORTANT

If you delete a device from your account, the recorded data for the device will also be deleted from T&D WebStorage Service.

When Using for the First Time
List of Registered Base Units

When Using for the First Time

When using for the first time, tap [Login] and follow the on-screen instructions to add a T&D WebStorage Service account.

List of Registered Base Units

This shows a list of Base Units registered to the account on display.

  • To add or delete a device from your account, first tap [Edit] in the upper right corner.
  • To switch to another account from the one that is on display, tap on [Account Management>].
Adding and Removing Devices

To add a device, tap [Add Device] and follow the on-screen instructions. To delete a device, tap the () icon - [Delete].

  • After finishing (whether or not you deleted devices ) return to the previous screen by tapping [Done].

Switch Accounts

Place a check next to the account you wish to view in the app, and tap [<] to return to the previous screen.

  • To delete an account tap on [Delete] in the top right of the screen and then tap the icon () - [Delete].
  • To add an account, tap on [+ Account], then enter the User ID and Password.

 Note
  • To add a Base Unit to your account, read from the QR code on the attached registration code label. If you do not have the label or cannot read it, you can check the registration code by opening the [Nearby Devices] tab- [Settings Menu]-[System]-[Device Information]. Please write down the code and enter it manually.
  • If you can't remember the login password, please get a new one reissued from the T&D WebStorage Service website.

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You can check the version information for the application you are using from the menu icon () in the top screen. Here you can also find help and other useful support information.

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