A Gauge is Overpressurized
Before applying pressure to your Ralston gauge, confirm that the gauge is rated for higher than the max pressure that will be applied.
Gauges that have been overpressured above 33% of max rating will be unable to display or log accurate pressure readings.
If a Ralston gauge is over rated max pressure, the FieldLab Mobile app will display the following message:
A gauge is overpressurized.
If you can do it safely, reduce pressure immediately to avoid damage to the gauge sensor.
If applied pressure is 2 - 32% above rated max pressure for the gauge.
Ralston gauges and the FieldLab Mobile app will continue to display accurate pressure readings as long as the applied pressure is less than 33% of factory rated max pressure for the gauge.
If applied pressure is above at or above 33% of max rating for the gauge:
The gauge will no longer display an accurate pressure reading on the gauge screen.
- Pressure readings saved to a data set during a log session will not be accurate.
Connect to a Bluetooth-enabled Field Gauge with the FieldLab Mobile App
1. Power-on the Field Gauge As soon as you power on your Field Gauge, it will begin advertising its availability to connect to your FieldLab Mobile App. 2. In the FieldLab Mobile App on your mobile device, Select the Scan Button 3. Watch the Devices ...
Leave Bluetooth range while connected gauges are logging
The FieldLab Mobile app allows you to remote control logging on Bluetooth-enabled Ralston Gauges, monitor live readings, and harvest test data while within Bluetooth range, which is around 328 feet (100 meters) max. If you take your mobile device ...
Get started with FieldLab Mobile
Check compatibility of your mobile device FieldLab Mobile runs on: iOS versions 11.0 and newer. Android versions 9 and newer. Power on your Field Gauge FieldLab Mobile works with any Bluetooth enabled Ralston Field Gauge. Download FieldLab Mobile ...
Change Logging Interval
1. Select the Interval Settings Icon in the Logging Interval field. Note: Logging Interval Settings cannot be changed while logging. 2. Select the drop-down menu to choose your new Logging Interval. Note that longer intervals will give you more time ...