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Cassini instruments store their calibration data as ri.sys.ObjClass=RiInstrumentCal Guru objects. Cal data is organized with various attributes that can be used to filter with Guru Browser. The model number (ri.hw.Model) and serial number of the TIM with the ri.hw.NodeId and/or ri.hw.NodeSn attribute values matching the number found on the bottom of the TIM or the NodeID in the Equiment pool. The ri.sys.Name is the Instrument Serial Number and ri.sys.Title is the Instrument Model and Serial Number separated by an underscore ("_"). Fro TIMs with multiple instruments, each instrument contains a unique Serial Number that is different from the TIM's Serial Number (or RIFL Node ID). The TIM Serial numbers can also be retrieved from the System Configuration file (Tester > Save Config Log...).



To Export TIM Cal or System Cal Data with Guru Browser:
  1. Log on to Guru and launch Guru Browser from the Apps menu.
  2. Change the Key 1 value pull down menu to RiInstrumentCal to filter based on this object type. All Instrument cal data is shown in descending date order.
  3. For a single TIM, select Key 2 Attribute to be ri.hw.NodeSn, Choose the TIMs Serial Number from the Key 2 value pull down menu. The list will be filtered to show all cal data for this TIM.
    For after a recent system calibration, select Key 2 Attribute to be
    ri.sys.CalSet and choose the latest entry from Key 2 value pull down menu.
  4. Select the Cal Data (most recent or all) and choose Export > Send To Export list.
    IMPORTANT: Some TIMs with multiple instruments require multiple calibration files. The Name will list the Instrument model number and instrument Serial Number, not to be confused for the TIM's serial number. (Repeat step 3 and 4 for all TIM Serial Numbers you want to export.)
  5. Select the Guru Export List tab and choose Export button. Press OK to dismiss the "Add Comment to Export File" dialog and use the Export dialog window to choose a folder and file name. (Suggest D:\Shared when using a Cassini tester or Virtual Workstation)
  6. Wait for progress bar to complete and choose OK to close the File Saved prompt.
  7. Close Guru Browser by choosing File > Exit.
  8. Copy the .GZP to a shared network directory and send as an email attachment to the destination.

To Export Fixture/DIB Cal with Guru Browser:
  1. Log on to Guru and launch Guru Browser from the Apps menu.
  2. Change the Key 1 value pull down menu to RiFixtureCal or RiDibCal to filter based on this object type. All Fixture/DeviceInterface cal data is shown in descending date order.
  3. Select the Cal Data (most recent or all) and choose Export > Send To Export list.
    IMPORTANT: Some TIMs with multiple instruments require multiple calibration files. The Name will list the Instrument model number and instrument Serial Number, not to be confused for the TIM's serial number. (Repeat step 2 and 3 for all TIM Serial Numbers you want to export.)
  4. Select the Guru Export List tab and choose Export button. Press OK to dismiss the "Add Comment to Export File" dialog and use the Export dialog window to choose a folder and file name. (Suggest D:\Shared when using a Cassini tester or Virtual Workstation)
  5. Wait for progress bar to complete and choose OK to close the File Saved prompt.
  6. Close Guru Browser by choosing File > Exit.
  7. Copy the .GZP to a shared network directory and send as an email attachment to the destination.

To Export TIM Cal Data with TIM Cal Export Tool:
  1. Log on to Guru and launch TIM Cal Export from the Apps menu.
  2. Enter the TIM Serial Number (or NodeID when seen from the Equipment Pool)
  3. Choose Export GZP button
  4. Enter a file name or keep default
  5. Choose a folder to save. (Suggest D:\Shared when using a Cassini tester or Virtual Workstation)
  6. Exit the TIM Cal Data App by closing the window or choosing File > Exit.
  7. Copy the .GZP to a shared network directory and send as an email attachment to the destination.

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