If you use Campbell Scientific datalogger support software to connect to your datalogger, you may monitor your data from within the software. Have there been times when you’ve seen “Undefined” or “N/A” instead of your data values? What does that mean, and how do you fix it? In this brief article, we’ll look at what to do—whether you’re using LoggerNet, PC400, or PC200W software.
In the LoggerNet Connect screen, click Num Display (Numeric Display) from the menu bar and select Display 1, Display 2, or Display 3. If you see "Undefined" listed instead of your values, it means that those variables are not available for display.
Undefined values are often caused by a changed or different program running from the one that was running when the Numeric Display was set up.
To replace "Undefined" with your real-time values in the Numeric Display, follow these steps:
If you use the PC400 or PC200W Monitor Data tab, you may see "N/A" listed instead of your values. This means that those variables are not available for display. Frequently, this is caused by a changed or different program running from the one that was running when the Monitor Data tab was set up.
To replace "N/A" with your real-time values in the Monitor Data tab, follow these steps:
Whether you use LoggerNet, PC400, or PC200W with your Campbell Scientific datalogger, I hope this article helps you replace any “Undefined” or “N/A” values with your real-time values.
Recommended for You: To learn more about the Table Monitor, read the "Tips and Tricks: More Than a Monitor" newsletter article and watch the "LoggerNet Software | Changing Variables" video.
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