1. Make sure your device is a Windows device.
2. Click the button below to start the download.Download the SetView EXE
3. Locate and double-click the SetViewSetup.exe file. (It will usually be in your Downloads folder).
4. A dialog box will appear. Follow the instructions to install the software.
Note: If you get a Cannot Start Application error, you need to uninstall the existing version of SetView from your device first, and then repeat from step 3.
1. Make sure your device is a Android device. If not select the appropriate operating system at the top of this screen.
2. Click the button below to start the download.Download the SetView APK
3. Locate and Open the app-setview-android.apk file. (If you can't find it look in Downloads).
4. A screen will appear with an Install button. Click it and follow the instructions to complete the installation.
1. Plug your Windows device serial COM port into the system's maintenance connector. (You typically need a USB-to-serial adapter to realize a COM port on a Windows laptop or tablet PC.)
2. With SetView installed, start it on your device and select from it's main menu: System > Serial Port > the COM port
3. Power the product. (Turning on the aircraft's battery master is usually all that's needed).
4. If all is good, a screen similar to below should appear of a Dash showing annunciators and gauges.
1. After having connected, select from SetView's main menu System > Adjust Configuration (or press Ctrl + C).
2. If all is good, a screen similar to below should appear showing the Config screen.
3. You can now scroll (up and down) to the configuration item you want to adjust and press ENTER or simply double-click on it. Adjust the setting and press ENTER (or click the Update button).
4. When done with all adjustments, click on the Dash tab (or simply press D).
(Note that each time any change is made to a configuration a new config file is saved on your Windows device to capture this. You can find and review these files in the Config folder of your SetView installation by selecting from the main menu File > Open Config...)
1. After having connected, select from SetView's main menu System > Change Application (or press Ctrl + A).
2. If all is good, a dialog box similar to below should appear.
3. Select the dropdown to see what other firmware is available to download to this product. Select the firmware you want and press ENTER or click on Update.
4. A progress bar should appear to inform you about the update until it is complete.
(Firmware are bundled in .VRS files and SetView references them from the System folder of the SetView installation. The lastest firmware usually comes with the latest SetView installation, but may be downloaded separately from our firmware support location and then copied into the System folder.)
1. After having connected, hover over SetView's main menu System > Diagnostic Function to see the diagnostic tests available. (These tests are further explained in the product manual.)
2. Click on the diagnostic test you want performed (or the relevant function key, for example F1).
3. If all is good, a dialog box similar to below should appear.
4. Follow the test instructions as explained in the product manual and in the dialog box.
5. When done, click anywhere inside the dialog box (or press ESCAPE).
1. With a live system connected showing annunciators and gauges on the Dash, start a recording by selecting: System > Record Parameter Stream (or press Ctrl + R).
2. If all is good, RECORDING will appear blinking on the top right side, also a new TimeTag#1 button as shown below:
3. Click the TimeTag button to tag any event of interest for example during your test flight.
4. When you have recorded what you wanted, select: System > Stop Recording (or press Ctrl + R).
5. A screen similar to below should appear of the recording graph. Time tags will be shown, if made, also the automatically generated name of the saved (.VRR) file at the top.
(These .VRR recording files can be found in the Recording folder of the SetView installation. Selecting: File > Open Recording... will also get you there. File names may be changed without impact on the contents.)