Ensure the analyzer is connected to a wireless network. See Connect to a wireless network.
- On the computer, open Data Transfer.
Enable Device menu and select your analyzer.
A device status box with an icon, name, and status appears in the workspace.
- If more than one analyzer is enabled, click a device status box to select an analyzer.
- Click the Options icon to expand the Options pane.
- Set the connection type to Ethernet/Wireless on the analyzer and in Data Transfer.
- On the analyzer, press .
Enter the following information, if necessary.
Option Description F4 Set Host Name Enter the host name of your computer. This computer should be on your network and it should have AMS Machinery Manager installed. This value must match what is set in AMS Machinery Manager for the Setup Options.
If your network includes a DHCP server (DHCP enabled), enter the computer name. Otherwise, enter the IP Address of the computer. For additional text tools, press the ALT key and different set of characters appears.
F5 Set IP Address Enter the IP address of the host computer. F6 Set Host Port Enter the TCP/IP port number to use to establish communication between the analyzer and the host computer. This value must match what is set in AMS Machinery Manager for the Setup Options. Use the default value (10077) unless otherwise directed by technical support.
- Press Enter.
On the analyzer,
open a program and select
Connect For Transfer using a path below.
Choose the program that corresponds to the file type you want to transfer.
Program Key sequence to Connect for Transfer option Analyze Balance ODS/Modal Program Manager Route TransientNote: If you experience issues when trying to connect, press the F9 IP/release/renew option to reset the DHCP process.Both the analyzer and AMS Machinery Manager display a message indicating the connection was made. You can now transfer files between the opened program and AMS Machinery Manager.