To take screenshots it is necessary to create a file called “dump_scr.txt”, which can be created with the basic text editor present on windows and save it on a USB stick.
The stick containing this file must then be inserted in the board where you want to take the screenshot; when inserted, the screen saving will start automatically, after a few seconds necessary for writing on the USB memory, the screenshot will be created.
The file thus obtained will be called “nnnnn.bmp”, where “nnnnn” is a number that varies according to the date and time when the screenshot is taken.
To export the parameters it is necessary to have a USB stick connected to the board; it will then be necessary to access the service menu with the manufacturer’s password level and then go back and access the USB menu; in the aforementioned menu, select the “export parameters” voice, confirm and wait for the operation to finish.
The “import parameters” function is instead available without having to enter the password. The file obtained with the export must be renamed PAR*.CSV in order to be recognized for import, where * can be any character. Once the option has been selected, confirm and wait for the operation to finish.
When the board/oven is switched on and, if the appropriate parameter is selected, during standby a screen with a predefined image appears; this image can be changed by uploading a .jpg file via USB with the “import images” function. The file, in order to be used and saved as a splashscreen, must have the following characteristics:
Format: jpeg of 320×240 pixels for the horizontal version or 240×320 pixels for the vertical one. Avoid selecting the “progressive” option when creating the image.
Position: must be inserted in the main folder of the flash drive.
Size: the maximum size that the file can have is 64Kbytes.
ATTENTION: the “import images” function eliminates the association between recipe images and recipes.
First of all, you need to have the language file available; to find it, just go to your personal area and download it together with the firmware of the desired product.
The file, which will have a name in the format STR*24.S24, must be extracted from the .zip folder and opened with a text editor such as notepad or notepad++.
The document lines in order:
the firmware version of the card.
the number of languages and the languages present.
the lines of text that will be read for each language.
If you want to change the voice in an already existing language, simply change the desired voice and then save the file.
If you want to add a new language, you will need to change the number of languages indicator, making it go from 2 to 3 for example, add the name of the new language in the language list and then add the translated text on each line.
The modified file must then be placed on a USB stick and imported onto the board with the appropriate function present in the USB menu.