Post Test St age The Post Test stage lets you define what you want to do when the test concludes. You can export raw data or just the results and send to a network server. You can easily export directly to Microsoft® Excel® for custom report generation or analysis. Export information is saved as a .csv format for easy integration. Test Setup Architecture All test setups include four common, easy-to-understand, menu- guided stages: Pre Test, Test, Data and Post Test. L1 Test Templa tes The L1 System includes a set of common force measurement test templates. The templates have a common format consisting of these four test setup stages. • Pre Test • Test • Data • Post Test Pre Test St age The Pre Test stage supplies options you would perform prior to testing, for example,specifying the units needed to measure load and distance. Da t a St age The Data stage is where you specify what results you want. For example, you can select Maximum Load, Distance @ Maximum Load, Distance @ Load Limit, Load @ Distance Limit and more. A list of values is displayed and you simply select the result you want. The Data stage is also where you can utilize tolerance limits for immediate "Pass/Fail" identification. Test St age The Test stage is where you specify your testing requirements- what load you are using,what distance your crosshead will move,how fast your test speed is. Plus, you can easily add "exceptions". Exceptions are events that can be used to automatically stop your test, if they occur. 501 M a terial T esting / F orce M easurement