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Sys 1 Tt Vol 1 Issue 2 Sep10 Rev1 Ov

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  1. September 2010, Volume 1, Issue 2 SYSTEM 1 TIPS & TRICKSDear System 1 User,The Southern Region FAE (Field Application Engineer) team is pleased to share the second issue of System 1Tips and Tricks with you. The first issue of this newsletter was a huge success. We received a lot of positivefeedback and many requests to add additional people to the distribution list.If you dont want to receive a monthly tip, you can un-subscribe from this mailing at the bottom of this message. Ifthere are others in your company who would like to receive the monthly tip, please reply to this message with theire-mail addresses so we can add them to the distribution list. Of course, if you have any suggestions to improvethis newsletter, or topics you would like to see, we’d love to hear from you.Sincerely,Your Southern Region FAE teamThis month’s tip by: Michael Lockas , FAE, Dallas, TXVersions: User Level:6.5 and up » Power User » Diagnostic UserApplies to: » IT GroupData Acquisition » Mid Level User » Occasional User New User How to Create an Archive in System1 v 6.5 (Procedure is slightly different for earlier versions):1 Open System1 Display2 Connect to an Enterprise3 Click on Enterprise in the top menu bar and select “Archive Data”4 You now have 3 choices: Full - which creates an archive of ALL data for ALL time since the enterprise was created. Typical - which creates an archive of ALL data for a specified time. Custom - which creates an archive of specific components and data for a specified time. In the following screenshots I will show how to create a typical archive and a custom archive.5 TYPICAL- Select the typical radio button and click “next” Here you will specify the time range you want to archive. I have chosen the range from Jan 26, 2010 to April 26, 2010, Click “next”6 Select if you would like to delete the data from the database after the archive is made. I usually choose NOT to delete the data as the database will wrap when full anyhow. Click “next”7 Choose the location you would like to save the archive to I am leaving this one to archive to the default location as shown in the screenshot. Click “next”8 System1 now shows you a summary screen so that you can validate the time range and location of the archive. Click “archive”9 You will now see the following screen while the archive is being created: When the archive is finished, you’ll see 2 green checkmarks In the next issue, I will provide the steps to do a Custom archive. Custom archives can be used to capture specific data of an event, data for a specific asset etc. This tool comes in handy when you want to save specific data for future reference, or review by others. DID YOU KNOW? We now offer System 1 bundling for Power Generation. System 1 for Power Generation is a pre- licensed System 1 package (point size and interfaces) that is designed to meet the needs of power generators. For more information, contact your local Sales Manager or Field Application To unsubscribe: Please click here To add more users in your company please click here Bently Nevada Technical Support: bntechsupport@ge.com 775-215-1818 Bently Nevada website: http://www.ge-energy.com/prod_serv/products/oc/en/bently_nevada.htm

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