Working With DDDL Snapshots
Create a snapshot using the following procedure:
- Use the proper steps to open DDDL and connect to the engine.
- Go to the Snapshot
drop-down menu and select the New
option by clicking once with the left mouse button. See Figure
"Snapshot Drop-Down Menu"
Figure 1. Snapshot Drop-Down Menu
- Upon choosing the New option, a Record Snapshot box will appear in the upper left section of the screen.
- The Record Time starts counting from the second the New option is clicked.
- Some important facts to remember about this feature:
- All parameters broadcast by the MBE Electronic Controls are recorded.
- Any codes that occur during the snapshot are automatically marked.
- There is no practical time limit for the snapshot as long as there is enough room on the hard drive to save the file.
- To mark an event other than a code, click once with the left mouse button on the Mark User Event SPACE box.
- To insert additional comments about the snapshot, click once with the left mouse button on the Annotate selection (version 4.1 or later).
- When recording of the desired data is completed, click once with the left mouse button on the Stop Recording ESC
box. See Figure
"Stop Recording ESC Box"
Figure 2. Stop Recording ESC Box
- Immediately upon selecting the Stop Recording ESC
option, a dialog box will appear asking to save the changes. To save the recorded data to the hard drive, click once with the left mouse button on the Yes
option. To discard the data recorded by the snapshot, click on the NO
option. See Figure
"Stop Recording ESC Options"
Figure 3. Stop Recording ESC Options
- When the Yes
option is chosen, the Save As
dialog box will appear on the screen. A suggested file name will appear outlined in blue in the File Name
box. See Figure
"File Name Box"
Figure 4. File Name Box
- To accept the suggested name for the file, click once with the left mouse button on the Save option box. To replace the suggested name, hit the space bar once to clear the line. Type in the new file name before saving the file. To change the location where the file is saved on the computer, change the location designated in the Save In box. For example, the file may be saved to the A:\ drive. Once the file has been saved, the process is complete.
|MBE 900 and MBE 4000 EGR Technician's Manual - 7SE940|
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