To get system information open the menu SYSTEM.
It delivers detailed information about the following system data:
|Userdefined name of the ADMA system.
|Date of the last system calibration. We recommend a calibration frequence of at least 2 years.
|The ADMA web interface will display a clear hint when the specified time has passed since the last system calibration.
|ADMA firmware version
|We recommend to always keep the ADMA firmware up to date because of new features, fixes and performance optimizations.
|IMU coupled SN
|Shows the IP address of the ADMA-Speed the calibration data of the IMU are relating to.
For the ADMA-Speed, it’s very important to connect the correct IMU because of the calibration data. The calibration data stored in the ADMA only get applied when the correct IMU is connected.
|We recommend to always keep the GNSS-Receiver firmware up to date because of performance optimizations.
|The Model shows the currently enabled authorization code of the GNSS-Receiver. E.g. it contains information of how many satellite systems and if RTK is activated.
|Soft rebooting the ADMA system is particularly useful, especially when using it in Euro NCAP targets, as it allows for a targeted reset without affecting the entire system.
|Reset Receiver for FW update is needed for a legacy GNSS-Receiver FW update method.
|It is used for executing ADMA FW updates or for uploading a ADMA license file.
The License Management section displays various Add-On and Add-In Licenses. Each function allows users to request temporary license files at no cost, enabling them to thoroughly test the functionality before making a commitment.