Quick Start Guide 1 Home Screen 1 2 3 4 Status bar Time Transmitter (Tx) roll Tx battery Tx temp. Transmitter pitch Temp. history Fluid pressure FP history Home icon (shown active) Main Menu icon 1. Locating receiver 2. Telemetry channel Taskbar 3. Telemetry signal strength (flashes) 4. Wi-Fi connection ® Data displays automatically when broadcast from a DigiTrak receiver. From any other screen, tap Home to return. System Setup Tap Main Menu Settings. to reach For primary device settings, tap Device , then the appropriate tab to set: date, time, and time zone units: temperature, distance, angle, pressure, and force screen brightness and speaker volume (volume must be above zero to be adjustable in onboard videos) To set up a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection, tap Network To set temperature and pressure alarms, tap Alarms . . To set your receiver model, telemetry channel, or region, tap Receiver . 2 ® To set up a cable transmitter or SST , tap Peripherals . To install software updates or applications, tap Update On the Main Menu, use the Help options to access safety warnings , additional system information , self-tests this Quick Start Guide , or instructional videos . . , Check Systems At the Main Menu , tap Power On Self-Tests for information on tests Aurora™ completed when powering up. This is useful for troubleshooting a particular component that may not be properly connected, powered on, or enabled. Using the Home Screen Telemetry Signal Strength The number of bars in the telemetry signal strength icon indicates the strength of signal reception. A grey icon indicates no reception; a steady black icon indicates Aurora is connected to a receiver that is not sending data. A flashing icon indicates Aurora is receiving new data from the receiver. Roll Offset When roll offset is enabled on the receiver for a standard transmitter, it displays on the Home screen automatically. Tap and hold the roll offset clock only for cable transmitter roll offset. Fluid Pressure Fluid pressure values are only available with a fluid pressure transmitter (FPT) or TensiTrak; maximum displayed pressure is 250 psi (1725 kPa). Pressure over 250 psi displays as +OL. Temperature Because the digital thermometer is inside the transmitter, it takes time to detect temperature increases due to external drilling conditions. Use the Transmitter (Tx) temperature and history on the Home screen to monitor temperature and resolve increases quickly to avoid irreversible transmitter damage. 3 Menu Shortcuts Tap and hold screen elements like temperature or receiver/ telemetry channel (F5/Ch1 on the screen on page 1) to jump to settings for those elements. Depth Readings When the receiver takes a depth reading at the locate line, Aurora displays the blue Depth Bar. Data is highlighted blue for 10 seconds and remains for 5 minutes. When the receiver takes a depth reading at the front locate point (FLP), Aurora displays the blue Depth and Distance Bars. Data is highlighted blue for 10 seconds and remains for 5 minutes. Depth Bar Predicted Depth Distance Bar See our DigiTrak Training Videos on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/dcikent For detailed information, see the Aurora Operator’s Manual, available at www.DigiTrak.com. If you have questions, contact your regional DCI office or Customer Service at 425.251.0559 or 800.288.3610. DIGITAL CONTROL INCORPORATED © Jan 2014 Digital Control Incorporated All rights reserved. 402-1010-00-A www.DigiTrak.com 4 Target Steering When a target depth is entered on the receiver, Aurora™ automatically enables the Target Steering screen. Current depth below receiver Current roll Projected destination on current heading Horizontal distance to target Steer the yellow target ball (the projected destination) onto the target crosshairs. In this case, the drill head is currently estimated at 3’ 2” (1.0 m) below the plane of the receiver and must travel 10’ 3” (3.1 m) to reach the target point below the receiver. The rectangular indicator inside the target ball shows the current roll position of the drill head. When the indicator points toward the target, the drill head is correctly positioned to drill closer to the intended bore path. The flashing target steering icon in the Status bar indicates target steering data is being received. If target steering data is lost, the app remains loaded so once data resumes, it will continue processing without interrupting your current task. Tap at any time to use the classic target steering view from previous versions of DigiTrak remote displays.
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