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Goals and Symptoms
ION Setup v2.2
This resolution shows the procedure to generate a Master file for MV-90 by using ION Setup and shows how to import this Master file into MV-90.
It is not easy to build a Master file on MV-90 manually. ION Setup can help generate a Master file by extracting data from an ION meter and save the edited work in MV-90. However, an improper setting may cause the Master file stop working with MV-90. Some critical steps and settings are shown in this document to make sure the Master file works correctly.
Facts and Changes
Causes and Fixes
Generate a Master File using ION Setup:
1. Install ION Setup v2.2 or later
2. Open ION Setup > Connect to a device > Open Setup Assistant > Go to Reports > Open the MV-90 Report
b. Device ID > Select Tag2 Field/Serial number (for meter identification purpose)
c. MV-90 calls in on > Select the meter com port which works with MV90
d. Connection Info > Input the phone number or IP address+port number
e. Tim Number > 01 (make sure that the assigned number for TIM_ION in MV90 is 01)
f. Click OK
Import master file into MV-90:
8. Switch to the xi COMM window to see the progress of the task.
9. To view the retrieved data, see http://www.powerlogic.com/kbarticle.cfm?myrequest=RESL192306.
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Date Created: January 20, 2009
Last Revised: February 13, 2009
Original Author: TL
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