littleblue description

Here in the Manual of littleblue you will find all Information to the products.

Scope of delivery

littleblue you only get in the set.

The scope of delivery:

  • 1x littleblue
  • 1x X-Bar
  • 1x Temperature sensor
  • 1x powersupply Meanwell GS25A05-P1J
  • 1x power cord
  • 1x USB cable
  • 1x hanging kit littleblue
  • 1x hanging kit X-Bar
  • 1x BNC resistor
  • 1x stylus
  • 1x Wifi USB adapter
  • 1x manual
Connectors

At the backside of littleblue you will find following connectors:

  • 1x power port (ATTENTION: only connect the power supply delivered in the littleblue set)
  • 1x 3,5″ audio connector
  • 6x USB
  • 1x Ethernet 10/100MBit/s
Operation

Please remind the manual included in the set, especially the precautions. The littleblue operating system is Android based. The operation of the main functions works over the standard-buttons of Android:

Back-button: bring you to the previous screen

Home-button: brings you to the main Screen

Menu-button: brings you to the littleblue menu

Power-button: Switches AN anf OFF. TO restart littblue after a shutdown, press the Power-button min 6s

Note: Don’t disconnet the power supply to switch off the littleblue Controller – this may cause system malfunctions.

Update

To update your littleblue an internet connection need to be established, the proceed as following:

  1. Press the Menu-button
  2. Select Update
  3. Click on Update to Version
  4. Select either newest (Most recent Version – could possibly contain smaller Bugs) or stable (last stable version)
  5. To Update click on Update now…

Note:

Remind the changelogs. Version jumps in 1000 or 100 range are for updates of the littleblue main unit. Theay need to be installed via the littleblue-updatemanagement.

Description of X-Bar / Power-Bar

Scope of delivery
Die X-Bar ist nur erhältlich im littleblue Set.
Die Powerbar ist einzeln auch erhältlich.
Im Lieferumfang enthalten sind:
  • 1 Stk. Power-Bar
  • 1 Stk. Stromkabel
  • 1 Stk. USB-Kabel
  • 1 Stk. Aufhängung X-Bar

Hier geht es zur Betriebsanleitung

Connectors

Auf der X-Bar finden sie folgende Anschlüsse:

  • 1 Stk USB Typ B
  • 1 Stk 1-10V Schnittstelle
  • 3 Stk DIN Anschluss (3x Level)
  • 5 Stk BNC Anschluss (1x Conductivity, 1x O2, 2x pH, 1x Redox)
  • 6 Stk Steckdose (länderspezifisch), mit eingebauter Strommessung (2300W)

Auf der Power-Bar finden sie folgende Anschlüsse:

  • 1 Stk USB Typ B
  • 6 Stk Steckdose (länderspezifisch), mit eingebauter Strommessung (2300W)
Operation

Bitte beachten sie auch das mitgelieferte Manual, insbesondere achten sie auch auf die Vorsichtsmaßnahmen. Die Bedienung der X-Bar und Power-Bar erfolgt softwaregesteuert über littleblue. Dazu müssen die Bars per USB an die littleblue-Einheit angeschlossen werden.

Die Entsprechenden Schaltzustände werden durch die LEDs des jeweiligen Steckdosenausgangs angezeigt:

ROT: Steckdose aktiviert – Strom fließt

GRÜN: Steckdose deaktiviert – Kein Strom

Die entsprechenden Funktionsbeschreibungen entnehmen sie bitte littleblue – Funktionen.

Update

Your X-Bar and Power-Bar will be delived with the latest Software. In case of releaseing new updates due to our development, updates will be installed as following:

Requirements:

PC until OS Win 7

SimpleHIDWrite

Firmware

Update-File

Update-process:

  1. Download both files on your computer
  2. Unzip the SimpleHIDWrite.zip on your
  3. Disconnect your X-Bar or Power-Bar from the power outlet
  4. Start SimpleHIDWrite.exe
  5. Connect your X-Bar or Power-Bar wit the USB cable to your
  6. Select your X-Bar or Power-Bar
  7. Write in the first lower field FA
  8. Click on Set Report
  9. Now a new drive should be recognized and will be visible in Windows
  10. Drag and drop the Update-file (.bin file) into that folder
  11. After the copying was successfull, you will see in the same folder a success.txt file .

Note:

Remind the changelogs. Version jumps in 10 range are for updates of the X-Bar or Power-Bar Units. They need to be installed via the above mentioned procedure. The Powerbar Firmware is for the upper circuit board and the Powerbar_slave firmware is for the lower circuit board of the X-Bar.

Remind also the chanBeachten sie bitte auch die Changelogs. Derzeitige Versionssprünge im zweistelligen Bereich stehen für Updates der Bars. Diese Updates sind entsprechend dem oben genannten Prozedere zu installieren. Powerbar Firmware sind für die unteren Platinen und Powerbar_slave sind für die oberen Platinen der X-Bar.

Description of littleblue functions

General

The operator Little and ist Systems is responsible for the rules he has created by himself.

Please make sure that the created rules work as inteded. In doing so, check the extreme states of the rules, even at periodic intervals, in order to detect malfunctions of connected devices or sensors on time.

Time

Description:

The time is managed by Littleblue. With the time module, the switching states of the connected sockets can be controlled at will.

Measured value: time

Controls:
• Sockets

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

CLOCK:

The name of the watch can be defined. The serial number and firmware number is displayed here as 0.

TIME:

Click on TIME to enter the time settings for the Littleblue Android settings.

Rules:

Rule Wizard: Possible actions are automatically defined by the programming aid

Create rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted

Temperature

Description:

The associated temperature symbol appears by connecting the temperature sensor.

Measured value: Temperature

Controls:
• Sockets

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

Temperature sensor:

The name of the sensor can be defined. The serial number and firmware number of the sensor are displayed here.

Temperature value:

The currently measured temperature is displayed here.

Temperature unit:

The desired temperature unit can be defined here. Selection options:
•Celsius
•Kelvin
•Fahrenheit

Upper temperature alarm threshold:

The temperature value at which the upper alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value exceeds this threshold, the alarm is activated.

Lower temperature alarm threshold:

The temperature value at which the lower alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value falls below this threshold, the alarm is activated.

Calibrate:

If the displayed reading is not correct, the sensor can be calibrated. For this purpose, place your sensor together with a reference sensor in water and condition both sensors for at least five minutes. Then enter the measured value of the reference sensor and press Save.

Rules:

Rule Wizard: Possible actions are automatically defined by the programming aid.

Possible selection functions are:
• Temperature control with heating
• Temperature control with heating and cooling

Create rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Program:

Programming is described with the example “heating”:
1.Region Assistant
2.Selection “Temperature control with heating”
3.Select the desired socket with the selection dial
4. Define the desired target temperature (eg: 25 ° C)
5.Check the settings again and confirm with “Create”

Redox
Description:

By connecting the redox sensor, the corresponding redox symbol appears.

Measured value: Redox

Controls:
• Sockets

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

Redox sensor:

The name of the sensor can be defined. The serial number and firmware number of the sensor are displayed here.

Redox value:

The currently measured redox value is displayed here.

Show value in icon:

When this function is activated, the currently measured redox value is displayed below the symbol on the displays.

Upper redox alarm threshold:

The redox value at which the upper alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value exceeds this threshold, the alarm is activated.

Lower redox alarm threshold:

The redox value at which the lower alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value falls below this threshold, the alarm is activated.

Redox Value of the calibration solution:

Enter the value of your calibration solution. E.g.: 230mV

Redox Calibration timeout:

The calibration timeout determines the value of the maximum possible time span of the calibration process. Within this time a stable measurement value should be determined for the calibration. If this is not the case, increase the time.

The default time is 600s (10 minutes) recommended.

Calibrate:

The current calibration status is displayed. If calibration has never been performed on this unit, “not calibrated” is displayed.

Once the calibration has been activated by clicking the line, the calibration process begins:
1.Click on “Calibrate”
2. Connect the terminator to the redox port
3. Wait until the measured value is stable
4. Once the value is stable, remove the terminator and then confirm by clicking on “Terminator is removed”
5.Connect the redox sensor to the redox connector, clean and dry it carefully. Then confirm with “Washed and Dried” as soon as you want to go further.
6.Insert the sensor into the calibration solution and start the calibration
7. Wait until the measured value is stable
8. Once the calibration value is ok, the calibration is done. Confirm with “Back”

Rules:

Rule Wizard: Possible actions are automatically defined by the programming aid.

Possible selection functions are:
• Redox control with ozonizer

Create rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Program:

Programming is described by an example:
1.Region Assistant
2.Selection “Redox control with ozonizer”
3.Select the desired socket with the selection dial
4. Define the desired redox value (eg: 300mV)
5.Check the settings again and confirm with “Create”

Information on redox sensors:

In our experience, the measurement quality of the sensors can vary greatly after 6-12 months. Refer to the information provided by the probe manufacturer for specific information.

pH
Description:

The corresponding PH symbol appears by connecting the PH sensor.

Measured value: pH

Controls:
• Sockets

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

PH Sensor:

The name of the sensor can be defined. The serial number and firmware number of the sensor are displayed here.

PH value:

The currently measured pH value is displayed here.

Show value in icon:

When this function is activated, the currently measured pH value is displayed below the symbol on the displays.

Water temperature:

The temperature of the water must be known for the measurement. Either click on the line and enter a static value (eg 25 ° C), or select a connected temperature sensor by clicking on the temperature logo. If no temperature sensor is connected, they are forwarded for temperature input.

Upper pH Alarm Threshold:

The pH value at which the upper alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value exceeds this threshold, the alarm is activated.

Lower pH alarm threshold:

The pH value at which the lower alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value falls below this threshold, the alarm is activated.

PH value of the calibration solution 1:

Enter the value of your calibration solution. E.g.: 4.01

PH value of the calibration solution 2:

Enter the value of your calibration solution. E.g., 7.00

Temperature calibration solution:

Enter the temperature of your calibration solution. E.g., 7.00

PH Calibration timeout:

The calibration timeout determines the value of the maximum possible time span of the calibration process. Within this time a stable measurement value should be determined for the calibration. If this is not the case, increase the time.

The default time is 600s (10 minutes) recommended.

Calibrate:

The current calibration status is displayed. If calibration has never been performed on this unit, “not calibrated” is displayed.

Once the calibration has been activated by clicking the line, the calibration process begins:
1.Click on “Calibrate”
2. Connect the terminator to the pH port
3. Wait until the measured value is stable
4. Once the value is stable, remove the terminator and then confirm by clicking on “Terminator is removed”
5.Connect the pH sensor to the pH connector, clean and dry it carefully. Then confirm with “Washed and Dried” as soon as you want to go further.
6.Insert the sensor into the calibration solution and start the calibration
7. Wait until the measured value is stable
8. Once the calibration value is ok, the calibration is done. Confirm with “Back”

Rules:

Rule Wizard: Possible actions are automatically defined by the programming aid.

Possible selection functions are:
• pH control for lime reactor

Create rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Program:

Programming is described by an example:
1.Region Assistant
2.Selection “pH Control for Calcium Reactor”
3.Select the desired socket with the selection dial
4. Define the desired pH value (eg: 7.00)
5.Check the settings again and confirm with “Create”

Information on pH sensors:

In our experience, the measurement quality of the sensors can vary greatly after 6-12 months. Refer to the information provided by the probe manufacturer for specific information.

O2
Description:

By connecting the O2 sensor the corresponding PH symbol appears.

Measurement value: O2

Controls:
• Sockets

Orientation: Desktop – X-Bar – O2

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

O2 Sensor:

The name of the sensor can be defined. The serial number and firmware number of the sensor are displayed here.

O2 value:

The currently measured O2 value is displayed here.

Show value in icon:

When this function is activated, the currently measured O2 value is displayed below the symbol on the displays. Here, you can distinguish between:
•Out
•% Value displayed

Water temperature:

The temperature of the water must be known for the measurement. Either click on the line and enter a static value (eg 25 ° C), or select a connected temperature sensor by clicking on the temperature logo. If no temperature sensor is connected, they are forwarded for temperature input.

Water salinity:

The salinity of the water must be known before the measurement. If you click on the line, you can enter the static value.

Upper O2 alarm threshold:

The O2 value at which the upper alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value exceeds this threshold, the alarm is activated.

Lower O2 alarm threshold:

The O2 value at which the lower alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value falls below this threshold, the alarm is activated.

O2 Sensor saturation:

The O2 sensor saturation depends on your sensor. This value can be found in the manufacturer’s reference and can be entered as either% or ppm.

Ambient air temperature:

The prevailing air temperature should be entered immediately before calibration.

Local barometric pressure:

The prevailing air pressure should be entered immediately before calibration.

O2 Calibration timeout:

The calibration timeout determines the value of the maximum possible time span of the calibration process. Within this time a stable measurement value should be determined for the calibration. If this is not the case, increase the time.

The default time is 600s (10 minutes) recommended.

Calibrate:

The current calibration status is displayed. If calibration has never been performed on this unit, “not calibrated” is displayed.

Once the calibration has been activated by clicking the line, the calibration process begins:
1.Click on “Calibrate”
2.Clean and dry the O2 sensor
3. Make sure the sensor is not connected
4. Wait until a stable value is found
5. Once the value is stable, connect the O2 sensor
6.Place the sensor about 1cm above the water surface and confirm
7. Wait until the measured value is stable
8.Click the “Finish”

Rules:

Create new rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing O2 rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Show all rules: All existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Information about O2 sensors:

In our experience, the measurement quality of the sensors can vary greatly after 6-12 months. Refer to the information provided by the probe manufacturer for specific information.

Levelsensor
Description:

By connecting the level sensor, the corresponding temperature symbol appears.

Measured value: Level

Controls:
• Sockets

Orientation: Desktop – X-Bar – Level

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

Level sensor:

The name of the sensor can be defined. The serial number and firmware number of the sensor are displayed here.

Current Level:

The current level status is displayed here. Possible states are:
• Level reached
• Level not reached
• Min. Level (only if Dual Level Sensor is connected)

Sensor type:

The connected sensor type is defined here. Possible sensor types are:
• Auto: If the connected hardware is detected, the corresponding sensor type is detected
• Single level sensor
• Two-point level sensor
• Optical level sensor
• PAR sensor

Show Level Value in Icon:

When this function is activated, the current level status is displayed below the symbol on the display.

Rules:

Rule Wizard: Possible actions are automatically defined by the programming aid.

Possible selection functions are:
• Fill level control
• Two-point level control

Create new rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing level rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Show all rules: All existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Program:

Programming is described with the example “Level control”:
1.Register the assistant
2.Select the filling level control
3.Select the socket
4.Click to activate the rule
5.other settings such as e.g. “Maximum allowed time” to define the pumping times

Information about the level sensors:

Check the sensors on a regular basis for their functionality to avoid incorrect status messages due to calcified, salted, etc. detectors.

Power plugs
Description:

By connecting the X-Bar or Powerbar to littleblue, the corresponding socket symbols appear.

Measured value: current

Controls:
• Sockets

Orientation: Desktop – X-Bar (Power Bar) – Socket

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

Current sensor:

The name of the socket is displayed here.

Electricity:

As soon as the socket has been activated and the current flows, the corresponding measured value is displayed here in mA.

Current status:

Define here how the socket is to be switched.
• Auto / Off: The socket is controlled by its programmed rules. The first state is Off.
• Auto / On: The socket is controlled by its programmed rules. The first state is one
• Off: The socket is permanently switched off
• On: The socket is permanently switched on

Show value in icon:

When this function is activated, the currently measured current value is displayed below the symbol on the displays.

Input voltage – Location dependent:

The input voltage, which is location-dependent, must be selected here. This is needed to enable the current calculation:
• US 120V / 60Hz
• EU 230V / 50Hz

Status Feed Stopping Mode:

Define the state of how the socket is to behave in the feedstuff mode.
• Switch the outlet ON
• Unplug the wall outlet
•To ignore

Feedstop Mode Extra Time Delay:

If the selected socket is to be delayed with a feedstop command, they define the time here. The delay can be specified either in seconds (s), minutes (m) or hours (h).

Emergency status:

As soon as the connection between the littleblue and the X-bar or power bar is interrupted, the relays fall into the emergency status defined by them.
•ON
•OUT

Upper Current Alarm Level:

Define the upper alarm level in mA or A. As soon as the measured current exceeds this value, the corresponding alarm message is output.

Lower Current Alarm Level:

Define the lower alarm level in mA or A. As soon as the measured current falls below this value, the corresponding alarm message is output.

Rules:

The rules for the socket can be created manually. Usually, however, the rules are to be created from the sensor.

Create new rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing level rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Show all rules: All existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Information about the sockets:

Max. Power: 2300W

1-10V Interface
Description:

The 1-10V connection allows you to control 2 independent analogue 1-10V interfaces. By connecting the X bar, the 1-10V symbols appear.

Measured value:

Controls:
• 1-10v

Orientation: Desktop – X-Bar – 10V

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

Analog signal 1-:

The name of the 1-10V channel can be defined. The serial number and firmware number are displayed here.

Show value in icon:

When this function is activated, the current status below the symbol is displayed on the display.

Feedstop Mode:

Define here how the selected channel should react during a feed stop:
• Disabled
• Activated

Feedstop Voltage:

Define here a freely definable voltage, which is to be output during a feed stop on the channel.

Device Type:

Select the device type that is connected to the selected channel. Depending on the selection, there are different setting options in the further menu.
• Generically 1-10V
•Pump
•Light

Universal 1-10V settings:

These are displayed when “Universal 1-10V” is selected

Set output voltage:

The permanent output voltage is indicated in mV.

Pump Settings:

These are displayed when “Pump” has been selected.

Waveform:

Predefined waveforms can be easily selected using the selection wheel:
•Wave
•Lagoon
• Short pulse
• Long pulse
• Sine wave
• Synchronous Short Pulse (When the other channel is included)
• Synchronous Long Pulse (When the other channel is included)
• Synchronous sine wave (When the other channel is included)

Create waveform:

Define the necessary parameters of a waveform:
• Minimum% value
• Maxiumum% value
• Wave frequency (0 is minimum, 20 = maximum)

Light settings:

These are displayed when “Light” has been selected

Light program:

The light program for a channel can be defined. Set your desired time-voltage points here and create your desired lighting program. Click “+” and “-” to add or delete the points.

Conductivity

Description:

By connecting the conductivity sensor, the corresponding conductivity symbol appears.

Measured value: Conductivity

Controls:
• Sockets

Orientation: Desktop – X-Bar – Conductance

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

Conductivity sensor:

The name of the sensor can be defined. The serial number and firmware number of the sensor are displayed here.

Conductivity:

The currently measured master value is displayed here.

Salinity:

The currently measured salinity value is displayed here.

Density:

The currently measured density value is displayed here.

Show value in icon:

When this function is activated, the currently measured conductivity value is displayed below the symbol on the displays.

Water temperature:

The temperature of the water must be known for the measurement. Either click on the line and enter a static value (eg 25 ° C), or select a connected temperature sensor by clicking on the temperature logo.

Upper conductance alarm threshold:

The conductivity value at which the upper alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value exceeds this threshold, the alarm is activated.

Lower conductance alarm threshold:

The conductivity value at which the lower alarm is to be triggered can be defined here. As soon as the measured value falls below this threshold, the alarm is activated.

Conductance of the calibration solution:

Enter the value of your calibration solution. E.g.: 20.00mS

Local barometric pressure:

Enter here the value of the locally prevailing air pressure.

Conductivity Calibration timeout:

The calibration timeout determines the value of the maximum possible time span of the calibration process. Within this time a stable measurement value should be determined for the calibration. If this is not the case, increase the time.

The default time is 600s (10 minutes) recommended.

Calibrate:

The current calibration status is displayed. If calibration has never been performed on this unit, “not calibrated” is displayed.

Once the calibration has been activated by clicking the line, the calibration process begins:
1.Click on “Calibrate”
2.Insert the sensor into the calibration solution and start the calibration
3. Wait until the measured value is stable
4. Once the calibration value is ok, the calibration is done. Confirm with “Back”

Rules:

Rule Wizard: Possible actions are automatically defined by the programming aid.

Possible selection functions are:
• Master value regulation
• Salinity control
• Density control

Create new rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing master value rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Show all rules: All existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Program:

Programming is described by an example:
1.Region Assistant
2.Selection “Conductance regulation”
3.Select the desired socket with the selection dial
4. Define the desired conductance (eg 0.05mV)
5.Check the settings again and confirm with “Create”

Information on conductivity sensors:

In our experience, the measurement quality of the sensors can vary greatly after 6-12 months. Refer to the information provided by the probe manufacturer for specific information.

Feedstop
 Description:

The feedstop mode defines its desired conditions during feeding. The programmed actions are started by a central click on the button. By clicking on the lower part of the button, you will get to the menu.

Measured value:

Controls:
• Sockets
• 1-10v

Orientation: Desktop – System – Feedstop

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

Feedstop

The name button can be defined. The serial number and firmware number are displayed here.

Feed top cycle time:

When this function is activated, the current status below the symbol is displayed on the display.

Rules:

Create rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

Show rules: Existing rules are displayed here. These can be edited, checked or deleted.

Show all rules: All defined rules can be edited, checked or deleted here

Virtual plug

Description:

With the virtual switch you can start freely selectable actions at the push of a button. The programmed actions are started by a central click on the button. By clicking on the lower part of the button, you will get to the menu.

Measured value:

Controls:
• Sockets
• 1-10v

Orientation: Desktop – System – Virtual Switch

Menu Options:

You can edit the options by clicking on the menu lines.

Switch:

The name of the button can be defined. The serial number and firmware number are displayed here.

Switch setting:
• Pressure switch: This switch function activates only one status (either On or Off)
• Switch: This switch function activates the opposite switching state (from Off -> On, from On -> Off)
• Time-controlled switch: This switching function activates a time-limited switching state before it is switched off again.

Change cycle time:

With the cycle time, you define the time-controlled switch in seconds (s), minutes (m) or hours (h). After this time has elapsed, the time-controlled switch falls back into the original state.

Rules:

Create rule: Each rule can be created step by step manually. In the end, the settings are the same as for the rule wizard.

littleblue changelog:
FAQ

Does littleblue need to be connected to the Internet?

No, it doesn’t need to. It is recommended to update frequently , which only works by Internet.

Is it possible to run several rules in parallel?

Yes, without problems. Both rules Need to be on or off to be selected as active.

Will littleblue extended?

littleblue will be developed continuously. With softwareupdates extensions, as well improvements will be available. Hardware will be Extended as well.

Shall I update to stable or latest?

The newest features are published under “latest” and “stable” is the current long-term version. That means , everyone who likes to be up-to-date (since it comes regularly to new versions) wants to use “latest” and everyone who likes to use a long-term version takes the “stable version

How can I highlite errors?

If you have an error message, please send us a picture of it!

Or does the problem occur differently? Then please describe in detail how it comes to the problem.

The best way to send us the error is by email:

Support@scitronix.com

Do you have any questions not clarified by the description of littleblue or by the littleblue description films?

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