Once the installation is finished, open 1x PDI Tuning and select the unit.
If no unit is connected, e.g. when working offline, it is not possible to access the menus of the 1x PDI Tuning software.
If it is correctly connected, it should appear in Normal mode as shown in the following figure.
1x unit can also appear as: Maintenance mode, Maintenance mode (loaded with errors) or Normal mode - Disconnected.
Maintenance mode (loaded with errors) appears when something is wrong in the configuration.
The user can now access the software by clicking on ‘Open menu’. Then, the following window will be displayed:
Select button: After choosing the PID block to be ‘tunned’, click here to adjust its gains.
The tuning procedure is detailed in the Tuning - Operation section of this manual.
If no PID block has been chosen, this button remains disabled.
Access command history button: This displays a panel where users can consult a history of the gains that have been commanded during the tuning procedure.
To make it easier and quicker for the user to identify each record, the history has 4 columns.
Each column gives the following information:
Timestamp: Indicates the day and the time the change was made.
Id: This is the indentifier of the block.
Command Type: The type of command sent to the Autopilot 1x \(\rightarrow\) PID gain change. For more information on this command, see Tuning - Operation section of this manual.
Export configuration button: By clicking on it, the current Blocks configuration saved in the Veronte Autopilot 1x will be stored in the selected folder.
Feedback button: Users can report a problem they have encountered by creating an issue in their own ‘Joint Collaboration Framework’. The ‘Download’ button downloads a zipped folder with the current 1x configuration and more information needed for Embention to resolve the issue. It is advisable to attach this folder when creating the issue.