Offline acquired data, i.e. data stored into the device’s internal memory in scheduled acquisitions, can be download via Bluetooth and USB.
Make sure your biosignalsplux is turned on and click on the download button in the OpenSignals (r)evolution main screen to access the download panel.
Each offline acquisition creates its own file where the acquired data is stored. In the download panel, the files are listed with their file name (FILE) their start time (START) and their entire duration (DURATION).
The acquired data can be downloaded via Bluetooth, or, alternatively, via USB using the USB Data Transfer Cable.
Downloading Acquisition Files via Bluetooth
To download an acquisition file via Bluetooth, click on the button with the downwards pointing arrow next to the file you want to download.
Once the download started, a loading icon will appear in the place of the Bluetooth download button indicating that the download process is ongoing.
The time needed to download an acquisition file depends on the size of the file and, therefore, on the duration of your scheduled acquisition. The download process might need several minutes to end.
Do not use nor turn off your device when OpenSignals (r)evolution is downloading data, as doing so might make the downloaded file unreadable.
Downloading Acquisition Files via USB
Downloading files via USB requires the use of the biosignalsplux’s USB Data Transfer Cable. This cable is included in the biosignalsplux Professional Kits but can be purchased additionally for other kits.
Connect the USB cable to your biosignalsplux’s ground port, which is the port marked with a downwards pointing arrow under the 4th port.
Once connected, download the acquisition of your choice by clicking on the button with the USB icon next to your acquisition file.
Deleting All Acquisitions from the Internal Memory
You can delete all files from your device’s internal memory by clicking on the ERASE CARD button at the bottom of the download panel.
It is not possible to delete individual files from your device’s internal memory.
Deleted files cannot be restored. Make sure you have downloaded all the needed files before deleting or erasing the internal memory of your device to prevent accidental data loss.