RASS Logger

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RASS Logger

This article explains how to import RASS (Radio Acoustic Sounding System) Logger files. A similar process is followed when importing Partisol and Generic Field Results logger files.


RASS txt File Example


Rass txt File Example

Rass txt File Example


1.The line starting with "!,1,2" is the header row.

2.The lines starting with "!,1,3" are the data rows.

3.All of the other rows in the example do not get imported.

4.No unit rows are imported but can be set up.

5.Currently only following columns are imported
"Volume", "Set Flow Rate", "Average Flow Rate", "Flow CV", "Average Ambient", "Minimum Ambient", "Average Filter", "Maximum Filter", "Minimum Filter", "Average Barometer", "Maximum Barometer", "Minimum Barometer", "Max Difference", "Max Difference Time", "Set Start", "Set Stop", "Set Duration", "Actual Stop", "Actual Duration", "Insert Time", "Remove Time", "Flag: Power Fail", "Flag: Field Blank", "Flag: Event Executing", "Flag: Event Paused", "Flag: Event Expired", "Flag: Event Aborted", "Flag: Duration Error", "Flag: Filter Temp Error", "Flag: Inactive Temp Error", "Flag: Flow Variation Error", "Flag: Flow Out of Range Error", "Flag: Filter Load Error"




1.Create a Location and Task in EDGE.

2.Go to the Field Samples Form. If there are no rows, add a new row and populate the required fields.

3.The user can setup any pertinent units on the FieldSamples Form.

4.Go to the Device Manager and select Field Results.




5.  Import a txt file into the RASS Section.

6.  The results will be imported in the Field Results section of the "Field Samples" Form.

7.  A sample mapping feature can be used on import.


The image below shows  a completed import.