A keyboard display, such as the external CR1000KD or on-board display of the CR850 and CR3000, is a powerful tool you can use in the field. A keyboard display enables you to interrogate and program a data logger independent of other telecommunication links.
Most keys on a keyboard display have characters printed in blue above the key, such as “WXY.”
The following instruction sets should help you find and use the characters (such as the @ symbol) that you need.
|To enter a character:
For example, to enter Y, press the Shift key three times, then press the PgDn key.
|To insert a space (Spc):
|To change case (Cap):
|To insert a character not printed on the keyboard:
For example, to enter the @ symbol, press the Ins key, press the down or up arrow key until the @ symbol is shown, then press the Enter key.
Want to learn more? Search for “keyboard display” in your data logger manual. You’ll discover that you can customize your keyboard menus to simplify routine operations such as viewing specific data, toggling controls, or entering notes.
To learn more about custom menus, leave a comment with your question.