Online Only OptionsThis first group of options are only available when connected to the PB-4.
Enter the new job name, it must be different from all existing jobs.
If required, select an existing job to copy.
Create the new job.
Enter the replacement job name, it must be different from all existing jobs.
Warning - these actions cannot be undone!
Delete The Current Job
Delete Multiple Jobs
The archive will contain all the points, spectra and configuration values for all of the jobs you select. Every now and again, you should save all the jobs just in case you have a disaster and lose the data on the PB-4.
The files in the archive will be uploaded to the PB-4. If necessary, the names of the uploaded jobs will be suffixed with '#' to avoid overwriting existing jobs.
Here you can enter the network name (SSID) and password for the access point you wish to use.
If you have installed new batteries and the battery level didn't reset to 100%, press this button.
Please see the manual for a list of the supported configuration values.
This file contains firmware for the PB-4's CPU, it should be called pb4-version.fw
This file contains firmware for the PB-4's Wi-Fi module, it should be called wifi-version.dfu
Other OptionsThese options are available anytime.
Select the zip file containing the new UI files. After the upload has completed, reload this web page to see the new UI.
Upload a single file to the PB-4 web server.
Caching the UI files in the browser makes the UI quicker to load.
If your device supports MDNS (e.g. Linux or IOS), enter pb4.local. If your device doesn't support MDNS (e.g. Windows or Android), you will need to enter a dotted IP address.
When the PB-4 is operating as an Access Point (LED2 flashing green), the IP address will be 172.21.21.1. When the PB-4 is not an Access Point (LED2 flashing red), the IP address will be whatever has been assigned to it by the DHCP server.
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