Main modules : Module for portable objects : Function “Input, change, list” : The detailed view : Structure of the index cards
Structure of the index cards
 
The master data consists of a differing number of index cards and contents, depending on the marked object in the tree view.
 
Customer:
Two index cards: Customer and contacts.
 
Location:
One index card: Master data
 
Device/med. Device:
Four index cards: Device, technical data, test sequences and tests
 
Example of an index card for a device
 
Object: Customer
 
Index card CUSTOMER
This can be used to add address and contact details for a selected customer:
 
Functions of the toolbar – index card for a customer
 
Save changes
 
Discard changes (with prompt)
 
Manage attachments (add, display and delete a file/photo)
 
Print, refer to “Print”
 
 
Index card CONTACTS
This is used to manage contacts at the respective customer.
 
Functions of the toolbar – index card for CONTACTS
 
Save changes
 
Discard changes (with prompt)
 
Create new contact
 
Delete contact
 
 
Manage attachments (add, display and delete a file/photo)
 
 
Print, refer to “Print”
 
 
This index card is a list, so the functions of the list view will apply; the list symbols will be active in the toolbar as well; refer to “Lists”.
 
 
Object: Location
 
Index card Location
The address and building data are entered here.
 
Locations are divided into the four hierarchies of property, building, level and room.
The following data can be added, depending on the main object:
 
Property:
Address data, comments
Building:
Address and architectural data, comments
Level:
ID and designation, comments
Room:
ID and designation, comments
 
Functions of the toolbar – index card for a Location
 
Save changes
 
Discard changes (with prompt)
 
Manage attachments (add, display and delete a file/photo)
 
Print, refer to “Print”
 
Object: Device
 
The manufacturer, test and technical data are added to the device object. The test sequences used to test the device, as well as the data for the listed tests, are also saved.
 
Index card DEVICE and TECHNICAL DATA
Important data such as the object ID, object designation and parameters for the individual objects can be created and edited in the index cards. It is also possible to attach documents such as images, certificates and operating instructions.
When the input fields are clicked on, content can be added by entering text or making selections from a drop-down menu. Newly created objects in the electric tree are marked with a “+”, and edited objects with a “*”, until the changes have been saved.
 
Functions of the toolbar – index card for a Device/Technical Data
 
Save changes
 
Discard changes (with prompt)
 
Manage attachments (add, display and delete a file/photo)
 
Print, refer to “Print”
 
 
Video „Creation of devices“
 
 
Index card TEST SEQUENCE
The test sequence index card is used to assign text sequences to the selected object.
Several test sequences can be assigned to one object.
The view of assigned test sequences is shown in a list. A marked checkbox in the second column (Standard) indicates the test sequence with which the object is to be tested.
The test sequences themselves are managed in a parent sequence pool; refer to “Sequences function”.
 
 
Note
Deleting only removes the link, but not the sequence. The sequence remains present in the sequence pool.
 
Functions of the toolbar – index card for a TEST SEQUENCE
 
Save changes
 
Discard changes (with prompt)
 
Show sequence details (if the user is in the sequence list)
 
Show sequence list (if the user is in the sequence detailed view)
 
Add sequences from the sequence pool
 
Delete sequence assignment; the sequence itself remains present in the sequence pool.
 
Manage attachments (add, display and delete a file/photo)
 
Print, refer to “Print”
 
This index card is a list, so the functions of the list view will apply; the list symbols will be active in the toolbar as well; refer to “Lists”.
 
Sequence steps
Users can show the details (individual steps) of a sequence by double-clicking on the sequence or by marking the sequence and then selecting the symbol . This opens a list of sequence steps, which is shown instead of the sequence list.
Users return to the original screen by selecting the symbol .
 
Index card: Tests
The index card for tests is used to manage and create tests for the selected object. The tests listed here are created in a variety of ways. Selecting the tool symbol opens the popup “Add Test”, which offers the following options:
 
 
REMOTE: the application controls the sequence process (refer to “Automatic process control for a test – remote function”) Here you can execute, control and analyze test sequences in IZYTRONIQ. You can conduct remote testing with a variety of test devices and then analyze the results. Attachments such as circuit diagrams, drawings, instruction photos etc. can also be shown. Measurements can be conducted and reported using any test devices; refer to “Document management”.
 
PUSH/PRINT: input at the push of a button on the test device (refer to “Push/Print – first steps”):
The push/print function allows users to send test results directly to the selected test object in the IZYTRONIQ and to save them there in the Tests tab at the push of a button on the test device.
 
Manual input [from BUSINESS Professional]
This function allows tests to be conducted with any test devices that are not connected to IZYTRONIQ. It is also possible to create tests that do not require a test device, e.g. stating a number.
Users select the function “Manual Input” and then click on “ADD” to open the window “MANUAL INPUT”.

They enter a test name and the test device used in the upper content section. The tester and the date are added automatically.

Take note: Only test devices registered in test device management are eligible for selection.

Manual tests can be created in each row in the lower content section. To do this, users select the function “ADD TEST STEP” in the toolbar. This is used to document current tests, whereby the following fields can be completed. Only the field “Test step” is compulsory.


The manual measurement is completed by saving the entries, and the screen returns to the index card “TESTS”. The created measurement is now shown here.
 
 
No.
Sequential number of the test step (automatic)
Step type
Manual (automatic)
Test device
Test device used (automatic)
Test step
Test step, e.g. measurement
Min.
Minimum value
Max.
Maximum value
Result
Result value
Analysis
Analysis
Attachment
Shows any documents that are added.
 
 
Video „Manual input of measured values“
 
Create container, grouping of available tests
This function is used to group several tests for the selected object in one container. A joint report of these tests can therefore be created. The individual tests include the name of the responsible tester; the creator is responsible for the container.
The first step in creating a container is to mark the tests that will be included in the container. Afterwards, the user selects “CREATE TEST CONTAINER” in the toolbar. Clicking on “ADD” opens an input screen to create the container name and to add the tester responsible for the container. Clicking again on “ADD” creates the container, and the program returns to the index card for tests.
 
Video „Creation of container“
 
 
Functions of the toolbar – index card for a TEST
 
Save changes
 
Discard changes (with prompt)
 
Show tests/container details (if the user is in the matching tests)
 
Skip to one level higher (if the user is in the test/container details screen)
 
Creating tests according to the methods outlined above
 
Delete tests and containers
 
Create containers
 
Add tests to the container
 
Cancel the container
 
 
Compare tests:
Two or more similar tests can be compared. Users click on the symbol and then mark the tests they wish to compare. After confirming, the results are shown as a table.
 
Manage attachments (add, display and delete a file/photo)
 
Print, refer to “Print”
 
 
Print reports
 
 
This index card is a list, so it is subject to the functions of the list view. The list symbols are also enabled in the toolbar; refer to “Lists”.
 
Test steps
Users can show the details (individual steps) of a test by double-clicking on the test or by marking the test and then selecting the symbol . This opens a list of test steps, which is shown instead of the test list.
Users return to the original screen by selecting the symbol .
 
 
Video „Test comparison“