(13)[Date & Time]
Set the date and time of the log you want to show
using the filter function.
Select the [Specify start date & time] or [Specify end
date & time] checkbox to set the date and time.
Show the filtered logs in the log display area.
Enter the character string for which you want to
(16)[Match case] checkbox
Specify whether or not to enable case sensitivity in
search commands. When selected, character strings
perfectly matching the case in the [Search for] field
Click [Next] to move down and [Previous] to move up
in the search results for (18) [Search].
Search logs containing the character string searched
in the displayed log list and display them.
Logs cannot be deleted in the Log viewer.
Downloading Log Files
When Log Viewer is launched, the latest log files will be
downloaded and displayed automatically.
To download a new log file list, click [Download]. A
[Download] dialog box is shown where you can select
[Internal memory] or [Memory Card] as a download
When the list has been downloaded, a dialog box
showing the log file list opens. Select the log file you want
to view and click [Download], and the selected log file will
How to View Logs
The log contains the following information.
For the log code, see “List of Log Messages” (p. 156).
The log code is shown together with one of three icons
corresponding to the applicable level.
If the log has no log code, no icon is shown.
The date and time at which the log was generated.
A message regarding the log.
On the control panel of Windows, the decimal point in a value is
always indicated by “.” regardless of the settings of [Region and
Language]. Also, the date is shown in the “yyyy/mm/dd” or “mm/
dd” format, while the time is shown in the “hh:mm:ss” format. (y,
m, d, h, m, and s indicate year, month, day, hour, minute, and
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