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Vanta Family

X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer


PC Software User Interface Guide
Software Version 3.2

DMTA-10075-01EN — Rev. A
July 2016

This instruction manual contains essential information on how to use this Olympus product safely and effectively.
Before using this product, thoroughly review this instruction manual. Use the product as instructed.
Keep this instruction manual in a safe, accessible location.
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The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.

Software version 3.2


Part number: DMTA-10075-01EN
Rev. A
July 2016

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Table of Contents

List of Abbreviations ........................................................................................ v

Important Information — Please Read Before Use ..................................... 1


Intended Use .......................................................................................................................... 1
Instruction Manual ................................................................................................................ 1
Safety Symbols ....................................................................................................................... 1
Safety Signal Words ............................................................................................................... 2
Note Signal Words ................................................................................................................. 2
Technical Support .................................................................................................................. 3

Introduction ........................................................................................................ 5

1. User Interface Overview ............................................................................. 7


1.1 Connecting to the Vanta ............................................................................................. 7
1.2 Navigator and Fleet Manager ................................................................................... 9
1.2.1 Navigator ........................................................................................................ 10
1.2.1.1 Navigator Tabs ..................................................................................... 10
1.2.1.2 System Tray and Menu Tray .............................................................. 11
1.2.2 Fleet Manager ................................................................................................. 11

2. Fleet Manager ............................................................................................. 13


2.1 Profile Screen ............................................................................................................. 13
2.2 Users Tab .................................................................................................................... 15
2.2.1 Setting Up a Profile User’s Live View ......................................................... 20
2.2.1.1 Disabling Buttons in the Menu Tray ................................................ 23
2.2.1.2 Editing Button Parameters ................................................................. 24
2.3 Templates Tab ............................................................................................................ 25
2.3.1 Adding or Deleting a Notes or Export Template ...................................... 26
2.4 Libraries Tab .............................................................................................................. 30

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2.4.1 Adding or Deleting a Compound, Grade, or Tramp Library .................. 30


2.5 Deploying the Profile ............................................................................................... 35

List of Figures ................................................................................................... 37

Index ................................................................................................................... 39

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List of Abbreviations

csv comma-separated values (file format)


PCSW personal computer software
UI software user interface
USB universal serial bus

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Important Information — Please Read Before Use

Intended Use

The Vanta family of handheld XRF analyzers is designed to perform identification


and analysis of elements contained within test samples, from magnesium to uranium
(Mg to U), depending on the selected model.

CAUTION
Do not use the Vanta for any purpose other than its intended use.

Instruction Manual

This instruction manual contains essential information on how to use this Olympus
product safely and effectively. Before using this product, thoroughly review this
instruction manual. Use the product as instructed.

Keep this instruction manual in a safe, accessible location.

Safety Symbols

The following safety symbols might appear on the instrument and in the instruction
manual:

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General warning symbol


This symbol is used to alert the user to potential hazards. All safety messages that
follow this symbol shall be obeyed to avoid possible harm or material damage.

Safety Signal Words

The following safety symbols might appear in the documentation of the instrument:

The WARNING signal word indicates a potentially hazardous situation. It calls


attention to a procedure, practice, or the like that if not correctly performed or
adhered to could result in death or serious personal injury. Do not proceed beyond a
warning signal word until the indicated conditions are fully understood and met.

The CAUTION signal word indicates a potentially hazardous situation. It calls


attention to a procedure, practice, or the like that if not correctly performed or
adhered to may result in minor or moderate personal injury, material damage,
particularly to the product, destruction of part or all of the product, or loss of data. Do
not proceed beyond a caution signal word until the indicated conditions are fully
understood and met.

Note Signal Words

The following safety symbols could appear in the documentation of the instrument:

The IMPORTANT signal word calls attention to a note that provides important
information, or information essential to the completion of a task.

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The NOTE signal word calls attention to an operating procedure, practice, or the like,
which requires special attention. A note also denotes related parenthetical
information that is useful, but not imperative.

The TIP signal word calls attention to a type of note that helps you apply the
techniques and procedures described in the manual to your specific needs, or
provides hints on how to effectively use the capabilities of the product.

Technical Support

Olympus is firmly committed to providing the highest level of customer service and
product support. If you experience any difficulties when using our product, or if it
fails to operate as described in the documentation, first consult the user’s manual, and
then, if you are still in need of assistance, contact our After-Sales Service. To locate the
nearest service center, visit the Service Centers page at: http://www.olympus-
ims.com.

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Introduction

The Vanta PC Software (PCSW) runs on your PC. The PCSW is an intuitive way to
control the Vanta XRF analyzer, manage the collected data, set up a configuration, and
deploy a configuration from a single analyzer to a fleet of analyzers.

This guide describes how to use the PCSW. The buttons that appear in your PCSW
user interface (UI) depend on the methods that are calibrated on your Vanta.

In describing how to use the PCSW, this guide does not cover the Vanta functionality
documented in the Vanta Family X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer User Interface Guide.
Please refer to that document for instructions on how to use the Vanta UI.

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1. User Interface Overview

This section describes the Vanta PC Software (PCSW) user interface (UI).

1.1 Connecting to the Vanta

To productively use the PC Software, use the Connection screen to make the PCSW
recognize a Vanta analyzer.

To connect to the Vanta


1. Using a USB cable, connect a Vanta analyzer to your PC (see the Vanta Family X-
Ray Fluorescence Analyzer User’s Manual for connection instructions.)

2. On your PC, click the Vanta Desktop App icon ( ) to display the
Connection screen (see Figure 1-1 on page 8).
3. Select a Vanta analyzer in the Connected Devices list.

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Figure 1‑1 Connection screen

To log in to the Vanta UI

NOTE
You must log in as the Administrator to make and save changes in the Fleet Manager.

1. On the Welcome screen, read the radiation safety notice (for the full text of the
radiation safety notice, see the Vanta Family X-Ray Fluorescent Analyzer User’s
Manual).

2. Click the list box icon ( ) to select a user from the User name list.
3. Click a password entry box, and enter the password to confirm that you are a
certified user (see Figure 1-2 on page 9).

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Figure 1‑2 Welcome screen — password entry box

1.2 Navigator and Fleet Manager

The Navigator and Fleet Manager each serve a specific purpose. The Navigator is
used for real-time operation of the Vanta. The Fleet Manager is used to configure the
Vanta UI and then export that configuration to one or more Vanta analyzers.

To switch between the Navigator and Fleet Manager

NOTE
When you log in to the PCSW application, Navigator is the default view.

1. Click the Home icon ( ) to display the top menu bar (see Figure 1-3 on page 9).
The current selection is displayed with a dark blue background.

Figure 1‑3 Top menu bar

2. Click either Navigator or Fleet Manager.

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1.2.1 Navigator
The PCSW Navigator is similar to Live View on the Vanta, but the PCSW utilizes the
increased screen area of the PC. The Navigator screen elements are arranged
differently than the Vanta Live View (see Figure 1-4 on page 10). Refer to the Vanta
Family X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer User Interface Guide for details on how to operate
the Vanta UI in Live View.

Menu bar

Results
area

Status bar
Start Favorites
button

Figure 1‑4 Vanta Navigator UI

1.2.1.1 Navigator Tabs


In the results area, the Vanta Live View expandable bars are replaced by tabs. To view
the tab’s contents, click on the tab and the information is displayed in the results area.
For example, in Figure 1-4 on page 10, the Alloy Plus tab is selected, and its elemental
results are displayed.

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1.2.1.2 System Tray and Menu Tray


The Menu Bar extends the width of the PCSW window.The System Tray and Menu
Tray fill the entire PCSW window (see Figure 1-5 on page 11). You can click and pull
down the menu bar or click the gear icon ( ) on the menu bar to expand or retract
the Menu Tray.

Figure 1‑5 Navigator Menu Tray

1.2.2 Fleet Manager


The Fleet Manager is used to configure the Vanta UI and then export that
configuration to one or more Vanta analyzers.

The Fleet Manager UI is different than the Navigator UI. The Fleet Manager opens to
display the Profile screen with a list of Fleet Profiles (see Figure 1-6 on page 12). See
“Navigator” on page 10 for details on how to use the Navigator.

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Figure 1‑6 Fleet Manager Profile screen

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2. Fleet Manager

The Fleet Manager is where you can set up a user profile and deploy that profile to a
fleet of Vanta analyzers.

The general flow of setting up and deploying a user profile is as follows:

• Select a user profile or create a new profile.


• Set default Live View settings and default values.
• Edit the Excel (.csv) templates for the Live View Notes and Export screens.
• Edit the Excel (.csv) files for the metals libraries (alloy methods only).
• Save the profile.
• Export the profile to one or more Vanta analyzers.

2.1 Profile Screen

The Fleet Manager Profile screen displays a list of Fleet Profiles. A row of action
buttons below the Fleet Profiles allow you to work with profiles (see Figure 2-1 on
page 14). The buttons are as follows:

• Add button ( )

• Edit button ( )

• Delete button ( )

• Deploy Profile button ( )

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Profile list

Figure 2‑1 Fleet Manager Profile screen

To create a new profile

1. Click the Add button ( ) to begin creating a profile.


2. Enter a profile name in the Provide a profile name dialog box (see Figure 2-2 on
page 14).
3. Click Create to create a new profile based on the current profile on the connected
Vanta.

Figure 2‑2 Profile name dialog box

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To edit a profile
1. Click a name in the profile list to select it.

2. Click the Edit button ( ) to begin editing.

To delete a profile
1. Click a name in the profile list to select it.

2. Click the Delete button ( ).

The Delete button turns red ( ) to indicate that the selected profile will be
deleted when you click again.

3. Click the Delete button ( ) again to confirm the deletion.

NOTE
You have three seconds to click the Delete button while it is red to confirm the
deletion. After three (3) seconds, the Delete button reverts back to blue, and you must
repeat from the beginning the steps to delete.

To deploy a profile
1. Click a name in the profile list to select it.

2. Click the Deploy Profile button ( ) to export the profile to the Vanta.

2.2 Users Tab

The Fleet Manager Users tab enables you to create, edit, and delete users within the
selected profile.

To create a new profile user

1. Click the Add button ( ) on the Users tab to begin creating a profile user.

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2. In the Create User dialog box, enter a User Name (see Figure 2-3 on page 16).
3. Enter and confirm a Password, following the on-screen instructions.

Figure 2‑3 Create User dialog box

4. Click the list box icon ( ) to select one or more methods (see Figure 2-4 on
page 17).

NOTE
Only the methods that are calibrated on the connected Vanta are available for
selection.

The selected methods are the only methods the user will see when logged in.

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Figure 2‑4 Select Method(s) dialog box

The user is created and listed on the Users screen (see Figure 2-5 on page 18).

NOTE
The Users screen will always list the Administrator as a user.

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Figure 2‑5 Newly created profile user

To edit a profile user


1. Click a name in the Users list to select it.

2. Click the Edit button ( ) to begin setting up the profile user’s live view (see
Figure 2-6 on page 19).

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Figure 2‑6 (User) Settings screen

To delete a profile user


1. On the Users tab, click a name in the Users list to select it.

2. Click the Delete button ( ).

The Delete button turns red ( ) to indicate that the selected user will be
deleted when you click again (see Figure 2-7 on page 20).

3. Click the Delete button ( ) again to confirm the deletion.

NOTE
You have three seconds to click the Delete button while it is red to confirm the
deletion. After three (3) seconds, the Delete button reverts back to blue, and you must
repeat from the beginning the steps to delete.

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Figure 2‑7 User selected for deletion

2.2.1 Setting Up a Profile User’s Live View


In the Fleet Manager, the Live View screen is arranged in the same manner as it
appears on the Vanta instrument (see Figure 2-8 on page 21).

NOTE
Live View can only be set up for one profile user at a time.

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Menu bar

Expandable bars

Start button Favorites

Figure 2‑8 Live View in Fleet Manager

To select or deselect expandable bars


 Click the check boxes of the bars you want to select or deselect.
Expandable bars that are deselected will not appear on the selected user’s Vanta.

To add and delete favorites buttons


1. Pull down on the Live View menu bar to open the method settings menu tray (see
Figure 2-9 on page 22).
OR
Click the Global Settings check box, then pull down on the Live View menu bar
to open the global settings menu tray.
Notice that in Figure 2-9 on page 22, there are only two favorites buttons.

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Figure 2‑9 Menu tray open

2. Double-click a button in the Menu Tray to move it to the favorites (see Figure 2-9
on page 22).

NOTE
A maximum of three buttons can fit in the favorites. If the favorites is full with three
buttons, no more buttons can be added, and double-clicking a button in the Menu
Tray has no effect.

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Figure 2‑10 Browse Results button moved to the favorites

3. Double click a button in the favorites to delete it.

NOTE
Deleting a button from the favorites does not delete that button from the Menu Tray.

2.2.1.1 Disabling Buttons in the Menu Tray


You can disable menu tray buttons so that they are not active in the Vanta UI. A
disabled menu button is grayed out.

To disable a menu tray button


1. Pull down on the Live View menu bar to open the method settings menu tray (see
Figure 2-10 on page 23).
OR
Click the Global Settings check box, then pull down on the Live View menu bar
to open the global settings menu tray.
2. Click and hold a menu button to disable it. (To enable a disabled menu button,
click and hold the button).

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NOTE
If the disabled menu button was in the favorites, it will also be deleted from the
favorites (see Figure 2-11 on page 24). For instructions to add the same button back to
the favorites, see “To add and delete favorites buttons” on page 21.

Figure 2‑11 Browse Results button disabled

2.2.1.2 Editing Button Parameters


You can change the new screen button default parameters. Some parameter settings
are specific to a particular method. Other parameter settings are globally applied to
all methods.

NOTE
Action buttons do not work in the Fleet Manager.

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To edit the method button parameters


1. Click a new screen button in the menu tray to display the button parameters for
the currently selected method (see Figure 2-12 on page 25).
2. Change the button parameters that appear to the right of the menu tray (see the
Vanta Family X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer User Interface Guide for details on
changing method parameters).

Figure 2‑12 Setting default button parameters

To edit global button parameters


1. At the bottom of the method list, click the Global Settings check box.
2. Pull down on the Live View menu bar to display the available buttons.
3. Click on a new screen button to open its screen.
4. Change the parameters on the screen (see the Vanta Family X-Ray Fluorescence
Analyzer User Interface Guide for details on changing method parameters.)

2.3 Templates Tab

The Templates tab enables you to select templates (notes and export) to deploy to
your Vanta(s). The templates show up on your Vanta as selection choices.

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2.3.1 Adding or Deleting a Notes or Export Template


When the Templates tab is highlighted, the entire work area is in add/delete mode.

To add a Notes or Export template

NOTE
Before editing a .csv file, make sure the content of the file matches the type of template
you want to add.

1. Click the Templates tab.


2. Do one of the following:
— Click Notes to display the notes templates (see Figure 2-13 on page 26).
— Click Export to display the export templates.

Figure 2‑13 Notes templates

3. Click the Add button ( ) to open Windows Explorer (see Figure 2-14 on
page 27).

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The address bar displays the location of the files displayed in the Windows
Explorer window. You can browse to the file location of your choice.
4. Copy the location path in the address bar.

Figure 2‑14 Template files in Windows Explorer

5. Close Windows Explorer.


6. Using your PC’s Windows operating system, open Windows Explorer (in the
preceding steps, Windows Explorer was opened from within the Vanta PCSW).
7. Paste the copied file location path (see Figure 2-15 on page 28) in the address bar.

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Figure 2‑15 New Windows Explorer window

8. Press Enter to go to the destination folder.


9. Open a .csv file in the folder using Microsoft Excel or a similar application.
10. Make the changes you want in the .csv file.
11. Save the .csv file with a different file name than the original.

12. On the Fleet Manager Templates tab, click the Add button ( ) to open
Windows Explorer.
Any newly created template files appear in Windows Explorer (in addition to
existing template files).
13. In Windows Explorer, click the newly created template file (see Figure 2-16 on
page 29).

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Figure 2‑16 Newly created template file selected

14. Click Open.


The template is loaded and displayed in the Templates list (see Figure 2-17 on
page 29).

Figure 2‑17 Newly added Notes template

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To delete a template from the Notes or Export list


1. Select a template in the Notes or Export list.

2. Click the Delete button ( ) to delete the template from the list.

The Delete button turns red ( ) to indicate that the selected user will be
deleted when you click again.

3. Click the Delete button ( ) again to confirm the deletion.

NOTE
You have three seconds to click the Delete button while it is red to confirm the
deletion. After three (3) seconds, the Delete button reverts back to blue, and you must
repeat from the beginning the steps to delete.

2.4 Libraries Tab

NOTE
Libraries are only available when alloy methods are calibrated on the instrument.

The Libraries tab enables you to select Compound, Grade, or Residuals (Tramp)
libraries to deploy to your Vanta(s). The libraries are displayed on your Vanta as
selection choices.

2.4.1 Adding or Deleting a Compound, Grade, or Tramp Library


When the Libraries tab is highlighted, the entire work area is in add/delete mode.

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To add a Compound, Grade, or Tramp library

NOTE
Before editing a .csv file, make sure the content of the file matches the type of library
you want to add.

1. Click the Libraries tab.


2. Click one of the library types on the left to display the corresponding library
file(s) in the Libraries list (see Figure 2-18 on page 31).

Figure 2‑18 Fleet Manager Libraries tab

3. Click the Add button ( ) to open Windows Explorer (see Figure 2-19 on
page 32).
The address bar displays the location of the files displayed in the Windows
Explorer window.
4. Copy the location path in the address bar.

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Figure 2‑19 Template files

5. Close Windows Explorer.


6. Using your PC’s Windows operating system, open Windows Explorer (in the
preceding steps, Windows Explorer was opened from within the Vanta PCSW).
7. Paste the copied file location path (see Figure 2-20 on page 32) in the address bar.

Figure 2‑20 New Explorer window

8. Press Enter to go to the destination folder.

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9. Open a .csv file in the folder using Microsoft Excel or a similar application.
10. Make the changes you want in the .csv file.
11. Save the .csv file with a different file name than the original.

12. On the Fleet Manager Libraries tab, click the Add button ( ) to open
Windows Explorer.
Any newly created library files appear in Windows Explorer (in addition to
existing template files).
13. In Windows Explorer, click the newly created library file (see Figure 2-21 on
page 33).

Figure 2‑21 Newly created library file

14. Click Open.


The newly created library is displayed in the Libraries list (see Figure 2-22 on
page 34).

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Figure 2‑22 Newly added library

To delete a library from the Libraries list


1. Select a Compound, Grade, or Tramp library.

2. Click the Delete button ( ) to delete the library from the Libraries list.

The Delete button turns red ( ) to indicate that the selected user will be
deleted when you click again.

3. Click the Delete button ( ) again to confirm the deletion.

NOTE
You have three seconds to click the Delete button while it is red to confirm the
deletion. After three (3) seconds, the Delete button reverts back to blue, and you must
repeat from the beginning the steps to delete.

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2.5 Deploying the Profile

To deploy a profile to a Vanta

1. Click the icon to return to the Fleet Manager Profile screen.


2. Select a profile.

3. Click the Deploy Profile button ( ).

4. Pull down on the menu bar or click the gear icon ( ) in the menu bar to expand
the Menu Tray.

5. Click the Logout Session button ( ) to return control to the connected


Vanta UI.
6. Using the Vanta UI, confirm that the changes made in the Fleet Manager are
reflected in the Vanta UI.

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List of Figures

Figure 1-1 Connection screen ................................................................................................ 8


Figure 1-2 Welcome screen — password entry box ........................................................... 9
Figure 1-3 Top menu bar ....................................................................................................... 9
Figure 1-4 Vanta Navigator UI ........................................................................................... 10
Figure 1-5 Navigator Menu Tray ........................................................................................ 11
Figure 1-6 Fleet Manager Profile screen ............................................................................ 12
Figure 2-1 Fleet Manager Profile screen ............................................................................ 14
Figure 2-2 Profile name dialog box .................................................................................... 14
Figure 2-3 Create User dialog box ...................................................................................... 16
Figure 2-4 Select Method(s) dialog box ............................................................................. 17
Figure 2-5 Newly created profile user ............................................................................... 18
Figure 2-6 (User) Settings screen ........................................................................................ 19
Figure 2-7 User selected for deletion ................................................................................. 20
Figure 2-8 Live View in Fleet Manager ............................................................................. 21
Figure 2-9 Menu tray open .................................................................................................. 22
Figure 2-10 Browse Results button moved to the favorites .............................................. 23
Figure 2-11 Browse Results button disabled ...................................................................... 24
Figure 2-12 Setting default button parameters .................................................................. 25
Figure 2-13 Notes templates ................................................................................................. 26
Figure 2-14 Template files in Windows Explorer ............................................................... 27
Figure 2-15 New Windows Explorer window ................................................................... 28
Figure 2-16 Newly created template file selected .............................................................. 29
Figure 2-17 Newly added Notes template .......................................................................... 29
Figure 2-18 Fleet Manager Libraries tab ............................................................................. 31
Figure 2-19 Template files ..................................................................................................... 32
Figure 2-20 New Explorer window ..................................................................................... 32
Figure 2-21 Newly created library file ................................................................................. 33
Figure 2-22 Newly added library ......................................................................................... 34

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Index

A H
action buttons 24 home screen 13
adding or deleting I
libraries 30 important information 1
templates 26 IMPORTANT signal word 2
B instruction manual 1
button parameters, editing 24 Introduction 5
C L
CAUTION signal word 2 libraries tab 30
connecting to the Vanta 7 live view 20
D M
DANGER signal word 2 manual, instruction 1
dangers menu tray 11
misuse of instrument 1 menu tray buttons, disabling 23
E N
editing button parameters 24 Navigator
F default view 9
favorites buttons 21 menu tray 11
Fleet Manager screen elements 10
action buttons 24 system tray 11
favorites buttons 21 tabs 10
fleet profiles 13 NOTE signal word 3
global settings 21 notice, radiation safety 8
home screen 13 O
libraries tab 30 Olympus technical support 3
live view 20 P
profile users 15 profile users 15
templates tab 25, 28 R
users tab 15 radiation safety notice 8
fleet profiles 13 S
G safety
global settings check box 21 misuse of instrument 1

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signal words 2 T
symbols 1 technical support 3
signal words templates tab 25, 28
information notes TIP signal word 3
IMPORTANT 2 U
NOTE 3 use, intended 1
TIP 3 user interface overview 7
safety 2 users tab 15
CAUTION 2 V
DANGER 2 Vanta, connecting to 7
software version ii W
support information, technical 3 warning symbols
system tray 11 general 2

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