No micro-T device found

    micro-T software requires the correct driver to be installed for successful operation. The new 1-wire driver is not compatible with micro-T software and will result in no micro-T devices being found. The old driver is included in the micro-T installation and should be used instead. 1. Uninstall the 1-Wire driver if it was already installed. […]

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    What is the Average Battery Life of a micro-T Temperature Logger?

    micro-T temperature loggers consists of a temperature sensor, battery, and computer chip. Some models vary in temperature ranges, operating conditions, and parameters. Variances in battery life occur due to these differences. The average battery life of several micro-T temperature loggers is shown below. DS1921G: 5-10 years     DS1921H/DS1921Z: 3-8 years     DS1922L: 1-4 years     […]

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    On How Many Computers Can I Run micro-T Software?

    According to the NexSens micro-T Software License Agreement, the software can be installed on multiple computers as long as only one copy is running at any given time. If it is necessary to run multiple copies of micro-T software simultaneously, please contact the NexSens sales department for volume licensing.   REV: 13G29

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    XP Mode Does not See Device

    When using Windows XP Mode to operate micro-T software on a Windows 7 computer, the USB reader must be attached to the virtual machine before use. 1. Launch the virtual machine. 2. Insert the micro-T USB reader into the computer. 3. Select USB from the virtual machine menu.   4. Click on Unidentified Device to attach the port to the virtual […]

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    Generating a Report for a Specific Time Period in micro-T Software

    A micro-T report can be adjusted to display a specific time period.  These steps will show how this can be adjusted: 1. Open micro-T with a current project. 2. Open the report. If one is not made, select Report | New Report from the main menu bar. 3. If the “Report Tools” toolbar is not currently open, select View | Report Tools from […]

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    Installing micro-T Driver

    The default driver that Windows installs for the USB Reader may not allow the micro-T software to recognize the device. 1. Right click on Computer  on the desktop or from the Start menu and select Manage.     2. Select Device Manager from the left panel. 3. Locate and expand 1 Wire Devices.   4. Right […]

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    Running micro-T Software on Windows 7

    The incompatibility issue with Windows 7 is caused by the USB driver used in micro-T. The only way to run micro-T on Windows 7 is to use a Windows XP virtual machine. There are many choices of virtual machine software. This FAQ will cover the free Microsoft Virtual PC with Windows XP Mode. User must […]

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    Renaming a micro-T Logger

    Naming loggers in micro-T software is useful for projects containing more than one logger. To rename a logger: 1. Open micro-T Software with the current project 2. In the Navigation Panel, click the desired temperature logger once. 3. After a few seconds, click the logger again. 4. Type in the desired name and hit Enter. […]

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