Getting started - DatLab

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Getting started - DatLab


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O2k-Open Support


MitoPedia O2k and high-resolution respirometry: O2k-Open Support 



Description

Users have to enter their user details the first time they use DatLab 8 on a specific computer. As well, entering some basic settings is required when connecting DatLab 8 with an O2k for the first time.

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DatLab 8

Starting to work with DatLab 8

Every user is prompted to enter his or her user name. After entering a user name for the first time, the user is prompted to enter personal details. They will be saved together with the data recorded or processed by the user and will be displayed in the experimental log.
User settings will be loaded after login, like user layouts and O2k settings like temperature, stirrer speed, gain, data recording interval, polarization voltage...

Connecting DatLab 8 for the first time

If DatLab 8 is connected with an O2k for the very first time, following parameters have to be set in the O2k information panel:
  • Serial number of the polarographic oxygen sensor (POS)
  • Number of the Power O2k-Respirometer. Whereas the serial number is detected by DatLab 8, the user is prompted to enter an identifier of his own choice.
Additional global settings have to be set by the very first user to be available for following users:

DatLab 7.4

A user code or name is entered upon starting DatLab. This code is saved in files recorded or manipulated by the user (e.g. displayed in the experimental log) and used to identify user layouts. The very first user has to enter the O2k instrument number and the serial number of the polarographic oxygen sensor (POS) (see O2k configuration window. After oxygen calibration and instrumental background correction, these values will be available for the next user.


MitoPedia O2k and high-resolution respirometry: DatLab