Interface and Status
The interface and status page gives the operator an advanced understanding as to Rosetta's current performance. This page is purely for use by our customers who love technical information, and it can also help us troubleshoot issues you may be experiencing.
HOSTID: This shows the MAC Address of the Rosetta unit. The MAC Address is linked to your unique licence key.
PLATFORM: At the centre of Rosetta, is a microcomputer. The platform recognises the microcomputer being used and adapts the software to ensure that the correct functions are being utilised. It also displays the Kernal currently being used by Rosetta, think of the Kernal like an operating system.
DATE: This shows the current date and time using the following date convention. (Day) (Month) (Date) (HH.MM.SS) (Year)
ETHO-IP: This is the IP address of Rosetta if a wired Ethernet link is being utilised.
WLAN-IP: This is the Rosetta's Wireless IP address. This should only be 192.168.1.1
UPTIME: This shows the amount of time that the unit has been running since reboot or last power up.
Voltage shows the fidelity of the voltage applied at the input of the Rosetta. Options are;
OK All working correctly.
Warning There has been a momentary historic low voltage, now OK
Error There is a persistent low voltage.
Frequency shows the status of the computer clock frequency. Options are;
OK All working correctly
Warning The clock frequency has been reduced in the past but is now OK
Error The clock frequency is currently reduced to limit computer load and heating.
Throttle shows the processor compensation for a voltage or temperature problem
OK All working correctly
Warning The processor has been throttled in the past due to high temperature or low voltage.
Capped The processor is currently throttled due to a temperature or voltage problem.
Temperature shows the current core temperature. Max permissible 85 degrees, before throttling due to temperature may occur
CLIENTS: This shows the number of tablets connected to PilotAware. There is no fixed limit to the number of devices you can connect to PilotAware.
1090: This displays the quantity of 1090MHz packets received by Rosetta since the initial startup.
P3I: Number of PilotAware transmission Received (RX) and transmitted (TX) since switch on. TX will generally be much more than RX. CRC is a check on the fidelity of the packets received. and CRCFAIL messages since the last reboot. CRCFAIL = received packets failing the checksum. (for information only)
BAROMETER: This gives the various outputs from Rosetta's onboard barometer working to local pressures.
GPS: GPS information packets received, type of fix Satellites detected and used. Normal use is 4 plus satellites for a good fix. This may not happen indoors or without a good view of the sky.
USB 1-4: Used to provide diagnostic information, including what device is currently inserted in the USB ports.