FAQ LIBERO Tx

Please find here the most frequently asked questions regarding LIBERO Tx

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How do I put the LIBERO Tx/THx into "configuration mode"

LIBERO shows EOL, how to create the PDF now?

What does EOL mean?

"DELY" is shown after starting my logger, what does it mean?

Display shows "X"

Where can I find the liberoCONFIG software?

Which elproVIEWER version do I have to use for my LIBERO?

What to do with the LIBERO when the runtime is finished?

How do I get an original PDF report?

Where to change the language in the software?

What is the difference in the configuration between Start/Stop or loop mode?

How often do I have to read out the LIBERO Tx/THx?

The display shows "STOP" - what should I do?

Where to find the battery runtime and how much is left?

Here you could find more information about liberoCONFIG.

How do I put the LIBERO Tx/THx into "configuration mode"? 

Press the Start + Stop key simultaneously until "CONF" is shown on the display. 

LIBERO shows EOL, how to create the PDF now?

Open liberoCONFIG 2020.7.1.0 and plug the LIBERO into the USB port of your computer. Click on "Tools" and select "Create PDF from Switched Off Device PDF Report Tools". 

See instructions: Create LIBERO PDF report from switched off device.

What does EOL mean? 

EOL means "End of Life" - the LIBERO has reached its end of life and need to be replaced. The data logger can be disposed of in the electronic scrap. 

I have started the LIBERO, after that "DELY" is shown on the display - what does this mean? 

"DELY" is the programmed time delay, which the logger needs to adjust to the ambient temperature, this avoids an immediate alarm shown on the display.

Place the logger at the desired location, after the start delay has elapsed, the logger will start to record the data.

Display shows "X": 

The "X" means that the LIBERO is outside the defined temperature limits and it indicates an alarm.

Where can I find the liberoCONFIG software?

The liberoCONFIG 2020.7.1.0 software is free of charge and can be downloaded directly from our homepage by following this link.

Which elproVIEWER version do I have to use for my LIBERO?

The latest elproVIEWER version is also backwards compatible with certain earlier LIBEROs. For older LIBEROs with early firmware versions, earlier versions of elproVIEWER may have to be used. In such a case, please contact your ELPRO's Customer Success Team or create a support ticket. The current version of elproVIEWER is available for download from this website: https://software.elpro.com/

What to do with the LIBERO when the runtime is finished? 

You could dispose of the devices in the electrical waste. 

How do I get an original PDF report? 

Here you can find the instruction to get your PDF report.

Where to change the language in the software?

Open the software, click on Application and select Options

A new window opens, where you could change the language.

What is the difference in the configuration between Start/Stop or loop mode? 

If the LIBERO Tx is configured in Start/Stop mode and gets stopped, please generate the PDF first. Before the logger can be started again, it has to be reconfigured.

If the LIBERO Tx is configured in loop mode, you can stop the logger, generate the PDF and start it again. The device records data until the memory is full and starts then to overwrite the oldest values.

How often do I have to read out the LIBERO Tx/THx?

It is your decision, how often you would like to read out the LIBERO. We recommend to read it out regularly, weekly, bi-weekly or every 3 weeks absolutly depending on your requirements.

Please note that the LIBERO has a storage capacity of 111 days, 2 hours and 40 minutes in the recording interval of 10 minutes.

The display shows "STOP" - what should I do? 

The memory of the logger is full. Please read out the logger, generate the PDF, re-program the logger and start it again.

Where to find the battery runtime and how much is left?

The display will show "Bat.End" xx d, these are the days left for recording.
If there are only 30 days left, the "Bat.End" will start flashing, as a reminder to order a new logger.
When the battery runtime is finished, the indicator in the display will change to EoL (End of Life).