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Reading out and Saving Vxparameter Set

Last updated: 2019-02-25

The VXparameter set

In the VXconfig software you can save the VXparameter set in a file (xxx.ini). To save the VXparameter set please perform the following steps.  

Read the VXparameter set from a VX Hardware

Start the VXconfig software and and choose your VX device (you should have an established connection with a VX hardware). 

First you should read the parameters from the device by clicking the button Read from VX. Once the reading is finished you can save the parameters in a file by clicking on the button Export Settings. The parameters can be saved in a *.ini file.

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