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Calibration Certificate

In this section you'll learn how to download calibration certificate.

  1. In order to read temperature, press on the “3 dots” icon on the top right.

  2. A drop-down menu will appear where you will be able to select “Read temperature”.

  3. Place the logger near your smartphone to complete the operation.

Make sure you are inside a “Recording Details” section.

You can read the temperature by basically placing the logger near your smartphone. It is not needed to select “Read temperature” beforehand.

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Read Temperature

In this section you'll learn how to read temperature.

  1. In order to read temperature, press on the “3 dots” icon on the top right.

  2. A drop-down menu will appear where you will be able to select “Read temperature”.

  3. Place the logger near your smartphone to complete the operation.

Make sure you are inside a “Recording Details” section.

You can read the temperature by basically placing the logger near your smartphone. It is not needed to select “Read temperature” beforehand.

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AAR

In this section you'll learn how to recover AAR.

  1. In order to recover AAR, press on the “3 dots” icon on the top right.

  2. A drop-down menu will appear where you will be able to select “Recover AAR”.
  3. Place the logger near your smartphone to complete the operation.

    After a successful operation you will see the message at the bottom saying “AAR recovery completed“.

Recover AAR allows you to fix a logger in case it was damaged using a different application.

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Settings

In this section you'll learn how to access settings.

  • In order to access the settings, press on the “3 dots” icon on the top right.

    A drop-down menu will appear where you will be able to select “Settings” or “WiFi settings”.

Inside “Settings” you will be able to adjust various options, for example set language, temperature unit, bluConsole account and auto upload.

Under “Others” section you will be able to select from 2 types of delayed start of recording: “delay duration” (the recording starts after “x” number of minutes) or “date and time” (the recording starts at a specific date and time).

Based on your choice the appropriate field will appear while starting a new recording.

Inside “User interface” section you will be able to select a duration of message display (for how long the information messages will appear), message font size and mode of numbers input (you can select numbers using a “spinner” feature or manually).

Inside “WiFi Settings” you will be able to select your WiFi network.

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Profiles

In this section you'll learn how to create and edit profiles.

  • In order to create or edit profiles press on the “labels” icon on the top right.

This section will enable you to create and modify profiles based on chosen fields (for example product description, tracking number, name of recipient) with default values and even to create your own fields.

  • At the top you can select your profile from the drop-down menu. There are 3 default profiles available: “Default”, “Basic” and “Shipping”.

These 3 default profiles come with pre-defined fields and values.

A “Default” profile comes with more fields, a “Basic” profile is a condensed version and a “Shipping” profile is for logistics.

Default
Basic
Shipping

Add/Edit/Delete profile

  1. In order to create a new profile, press the “+” icon at the top right. A new window will pop up where you will be able to put your profile name.

  2. Click the “OK” text to create the profile.

  • In order to make the changes to the profile itself, press the “3 dots” icon at the top right. A new drop-down menu will pop up where you can select from: “Edit profile name”, “Delete profile” and “Share profile”.

  1. In order to edit the profile name, select “Edit profile name” from the drop-down menu. A new window will pop up where you can type your new profile name.

  2. Press the “OK” text to make the changes.

  1. In order to delete the profile, select “Delete profile” from the drop-down menu. A new window will pop up asking if you are sure about deleting the profile.

  2. Press the “YES” text to delete the profile.

Add/Edit/Delete profile field

  • In order to define a new profile field, press the “+” icon at the right menu. A new window will pop up where you will be able to choose a “Predefined field” or a “Custom field” from a drop-down menu.

  • With a “Predefined field” you can select from the list of fields already created for you. Field default value is the value that will be automatically pre-filled for you for the selected field when creating a new recording.

    Click the “OK” text to create the profile.

  • With a “Custom field” you can create a custom field name, as oppose to a “Predefined field” where you could only select from the list of preloaded field names.

    Press the “OK” text to create the profile.

  1. In order to edit a profile field, press the “pencil” icon at the right menu. A new window will pop up where you will be able to make appropriate changes.

  2. Press the “OK” text to save the changes.

  1. In order to delete a profile field, press the “dustbin” icon at the right menu. A new window will pop up asking you if you are sure about deleting the specific field.

  2. Press the “YES” text to remove the field.

Other

  • In order to share the profile, select “Share profile” from the drop-down menu. You will be able to share your profile via email, Bluetooth or text messages.

  • In order to save the changes press the “disc” icon at the top.

Make sure to save changes before leaving the Profile Manager.

If you do not do so, a reminder window will pop up asking if you are sure about leaving the Profile Manager without saving changes.

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Know Your Numbers

In this section you will learn how to see which loggers are connected to the hub and additional information.

  • If you would like to see to which loggers the hub is currently connected to, scroll down to the section “Buffer data” that is located on the left. The loggers IDs are located to the right from the time.

  • At the bottom bar you will be able to see more data that you may find helpful. Here is a little explanation.

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Import Loggers

In this section you will learn how to import loggers.

  1. In order to import the loggers from a CSV file, first you will have to create the CSV file in Microsoft Excel or other software that can export CSV files. In this example we are going to use Microsoft Excel.

    Click “New” on the left tab menu and select a “Blank workbook”. In the first column insert the loggers IDs, one per cell.

  2. Now click “File” from the top menu and select “Save as” on the left tab menu.

  3. Click “Browse” and select the directory you would like to save your file to. Make sure to select a CSV format in the “Save as type” field.

  4. Click the “Save” button.

  5. Now go back to the bluRadio app, click on the “Import/Export” menu item at the top and select “Import loggers from CSV”.

  6. An explorer window should pop up where you can select your file. Click the “Open” button.

    Now the new loggers boxes should appear in the main section.

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MySQL

In this section you'll learn how to set up MySQL.

  • First, you will have to download MySQL for Windows. Go to the link below:

    https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/installer/

    Click the “Download” button for the second listing. On the new page, click the “No thanks, just start my download.” link.

  • Open the downloaded file and follow the installation process as showed below.

  • After installation you will be asked to configure the products. First we will configure MySQL Server. Follow the installation process as showed below.

Please remember the password you have inserted in step number 4.

  • Now we will configure MySQL Router. Follow the installation process as showed below.

  • Now we will configure Samples and Examples. Follow the installation process as showed below.

  • On step 2 insert the password you have specified when configuring MySQL Server.

  • Now we will finish the installation. MySQL Workbench will start automatically. Now click on the “Local instance MySQL80” box. Type your password (the one you have specified while configuring your MySQL Server) and click the “OK” button.

  • Click on the “rectangle” icon at the top to resize the window.

  • Now we will create a new database. In order to do it, click the “add database” icon located at the top. In the name field type the name of the database. Click the “Apply” button. A new window should pop up.

  • On this new window click the “Apply” button. Click the “Finish” button. Inside an “Output” window you should see a message that the action was executed successfully.

  • Now let’s go back to the bluNFC. Insert correct database information and click the “Test the connection” button. You should see a green “Valid” text appearing near the button. Now click on the “Save” button.

For a database name insert the name you have set up during the process of setting up a database in MySQL Workbench.

For a password insert the password you have specified when configuring MySQL Server.

For other information insert:
Host: localhost
Port: 3306
Username: root

  • A new window should pop up where you will be asked to insert your login information. Insert your login and password and click on the “Login” button.

Use these login details:

Login: admin
Password: adminpass123

  • In order to change your email or password (as a user you can only change password), first close the “What do You want to do?” window. Now go to the top menu, select “Settings” and “Change account details”.

  • A new window should pop up. On this window insert your login information and click the “Authorization” button. Now insert your new email and/or password and click the “Save” button. You should receive a message that the account details were saved.

It is important to set an email for your account as it is required to have an ability to register new users.

  • If you would like to register a new user as an admin (or create an account as a user), first go to “Settings” and “Logout” at the top menu. A new window should pop up.

  • On this new window click the “Register” link. Now fill up the information. Click the “Register” button. You should receive a message that the account was created successfully.

  • Now you should receive an email with account information and validation code (or an admin will receive it if you are a user).

As an admin you should send an email to your user with the validation code. As a user you should expect such a validation code from the admin to finish the registration.

  • Once you receive an email, go back to bluNFC and login. Enter your validation code and click the “Confirm” button. You should receive a message that the code is correct. Click the “Close” button. Now your registration is complete. Congrats!

You have 2 weeks to complete the registration process. After this time your account will be permanently deleted and you will have to create a new one.

  1. If you forgot the password, click the “Forgot your account details?” link on the login window. A new window should pop up.

  2. On this new window insert your email and click the “Confirm” button.

  3. You should receive a message to check your mailbox. Check your email and look for email with title “bluNFC Reset password”. Inside you should see your reset key. Copy it.

  4. Now click the “I received the key” link and paste your code.

  5. Click the “Confirm” button.

  6. You will be able to change your email and password (or just password if you are the user). Set the new password and click the “Save” button. You should receive a message that the account details were saved.

You have 24 hours to reset the password. After that your code will expire.

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AAR

In this section you'll learn how to recover AAR.

  1. In order to recover AAR, select “Logger” and “Recover AAR” from the top menu.

  2. A window will open inviting you to place the first logger on the reader. Follow the instructions and wait a few seconds. You can recover AAR for as many loggers in a row as you wish.

  3. After a successful AAR recovery you should be able to see the message “Success – Change logger”.

  4. Once you are finished, just close the window.

Recover AAR allows you to fix a logger in case it was damaged using a different application.

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Calibration Certificate

In this section you'll learn how download a calibration certificate.

  1. In order to download the calibration certificate, click the “check” icon.

  2. Click the “Yes” button if you would like to use data from the row (that means it will use data that was already saved in the app). If you would like to use data directly from the logger, click the “No” button.

  3. Place the logger on the NFC reader and click the icon again.

  4. Now select where would you like to save the certificate and click on the “Save” button.

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Remove All Loggers

In this section you'll learn how remove the loggers rows.

  • In order to remove the rows with the logger’s data, select “Logger” and “Remove all loggers” option from the top menu.

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Settings

In this section you'll learn how to change settings, like language and bluConsole login details.

  • In order to change the settings, select “Settings” from the top menu and choose from “Languages”, “Bluconsole”, “General” or “Change the database source”.

  • Inside “Languages”, you can change the language of the application. You can select “auto”, “polski”, “english” or “français”. Click the “Save” button and then restart the application in order to apply those changes.

  • Inside “Bluconsole”, you can insert your bluConsole login details. Click the “Save” button to apply those changes.

  • Inside “General”, you can configure various settings. Click the “Save” button to apply those changes.

Legend:

Show action screen on start – shows a screen with buttons like “Start new recording” or “Read data” once the application opens

Show user screen on start – shows a screen where you will be able to save your bluConsole login settings once the application opens

Upload after scan as anonymous user – allows to upload data of a scanned logger directly to the cloud without your own bluConsole account

Check the location before reading data – before reading a logger the app will detect a location. Make sure to activate “Upload after scan as anonymous user” or insert your bluConsole login information. One of those needs to be active in order to send data to bluConsole. You will also need a stable internet connection.

Show logger version scan window before start programming – allows to show an automatic hardware detection window as explained in starting a new recording section. If this option will be selected, you will see this window when starting a new recording:

If this option is unselected, the above window will not appear and you will have an option to use automatic detection of the hardware.

If you select “Yes”, a window will not appear and automatic hardware detection will happen in the background.

If you select “No”, a window will not appear and automatic hardware detection will not happen.

  1. Inside the “Change the database source”, you can change the type of database you would like to use and its settings. Once you select it, restart bluNFC.

  2. On a new open you should see a window where you can configure your database.