Note: You may need to perform free updates to FieldLab Desktop in order to use this feature.

Available for FieldLab Desktop versions 1.10.0 and newer.

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Enter and save important information along with each Data Set by creating custom fields that you can edit directly on the FieldLab. For example: After you complete a test on the FieldLab, you can add the serial number of the device you tested, name of the technician who performed the work, work order number, etc.

Once saved, the information will be conveniently bundled alongside all the test data for future reference.

Create Custom Fields


Go to the "FieldLab Desktop" in the menu bar and select "Preferences".


Under the "Test Modes" heading, select "Edit" in Custom Data Fields.


Select "New" and add the Name of the Custom Data Field. Save after you finish entering all fields.

Assign Custom Fields to a Test Mode


In the Test Modes section, under the Test Modes main heading, create a new Test Mode, or edit an existing one.


On the Test Mode edit screen, the available fields will be listed.
Check off the fields you wish to include with this Test Mode.
Select Save.


Add the Test Mode to the FieldLab. If it has already been added, Sync it so that it has the latest version of the updated Test Mode.

How to Add Test Modes to a FieldLab

How to Sync Test Modes


Activate the Test Mode on the gauge and perform the test.

How to Activate a Test Mode


After the test is complete, view the Data Set containing the data from the test you just performed. You can view the custom fields you assigned to the Test Mode here. In this example the custom field label, Serial Number, is visible with a blank placeholder for the data to be entered. To add info to the custom data field, select Edit.


Select the Custom Data Field to edit


Input the information using the on-screen keypad. Select “OK” to save.


The information will be saved in the Data Set along with your test data. You can view the saved info in the Data Set on the FieldLab, on FieldLab Desktop (once the Data Set is imported), and in the Exported Data Set file