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Whenever a slave client connects to a car the first time, a notification is shown on the desktop and the window flashes in the taskbar.
Update list- Fetches new list. Generally this is not needed, as new inits are pushed to the client in the background.
View details- Goes to the init details menu. Can also be done by double-clicking a row in the list or selecting it and pressing
Delete…- Deletes the selected init with a confirmation dialog. Can also be done by pressing
Deleteon the keyboard.
Decrypt log..- Decrypts encrypted logs. Multiple files can be processed at the same time.
Extend..- Opens the subscription extension dialog.
Load more inits- Loads additional initializations 100 at a time. Only visible if there are more inits that are not loaded yet. Any init that has been recently used instantly goes to the top of the list.
The detail view shows all information about the vehicle. Upon entering the view, if the server needs any files, they will be asked for. If the definition is not found, the information will be printed.
Rename user- Allows to give a non-random name to this logger installation.
Reload- Updates the init from server.
« Back to list- Goes back to the initialization list
Save changes to server- Pushes all the current changes (options and profiles) to the server.
For advanced protocols the
Buy License… button allows to purchase advanced licenses, the
Patch file.. button patches the files locally.
For a slave client to be able to log, there needs to be either at least one profile assigned or the
Allow user to select variables option needs to be checked. For those advanced protocols that require a patch the ECU must also be initialized again after it has been patched.
Adding or editing a profile opens the normal variable selection, as in the normal client.
Limit speed to 20Hz- Dynamic speed limiter. Unless you need a very high logging resolution, it is recommended to always keep this option enabled to avoid needlessly large log files. The limiter always adapts to the logging speed using closed loop control. If the logging rate is slower, then disabling it will not make any difference.
Limit displayed variables- Prevent the user from seeing all variables while streaming or logging data from the ECU. You can change the order of the variables in the profile, and only a number of variables from the top will be shown, based on the value entered, others will remain hidden from view, but still logged.
Encrypt logs- Encrypts the log. Useful in combination with
Limit displayed variables.
Allow user to select variables- Lets the user open the variable list and select variables themselves. However, when this option is enabled the log files are always encrypted on the client.
Save the above options as default for this user- Assigns these options as default for this Logger installation. On any new init, these options will always be applied.
The slave only needs to choose the correct protocol. After protocol selection the information is read from the vehicle and compared to the server.