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Release 6.2

SFx Asset Management 6.2 is a minor release that contains a few new features and improvements to the SFx Asset Management web application and SFx Desktop, as well as fixes for known issues. The updated features are as follows:

Changes to the Downloads Section

As a Standard User, now you can access the Downloads section under the User Menu to download the latest version of SFx Desktop and PDF files of Quick Setup Guides. Previously, this section was only accessible to Asset Administrators.

SFx Desktop Upgrades

  • Privilege Extension for Standard Users

    Now a Standard User can re-connect an asset that has been provisioned by an Asset Administrator from the Settings menu in SFx Desktop. This is useful when you want to recover an asset to your SFx account after changing to a new PC or freshly installing the SFx Desktop application. See Recovering an Asset to Your SFx Account for details.


    A Standard User still can NOT onboard a new asset. Only Asset Administrators have this permission.

    Also, added the Sign Out button to the User Menu in the upper right of the Home page in SFx Desktop, along with the currently logged-in user name.

  • Fixed known issues related to wired Pulse sensors and the Hub Device Interface.


    For Pulse sensors related functionalities, go to the Pulse Sensors menu from the Settings page. See Connecting Pulse Sensors to Your CMM for details.

  • Resolved the transmission latency issue when an asset is running a program through PC-DMIS.

Additional Improvements

  • Chart Enhancements

    Added zoom-in and zoom-out functionality for the Y-axis in the Sensor charts. When you zoom on the X-axis, the scaling in the Y-axis is also adjusted accordingly. It helps you read tiny changes in a chart easily, especially when many data points are gathered in a small area.

  • Added a new column, Program Name, to the CSV export file of Asset Event Log.

  • Added the Certification status icon to the asset card of Generic Assets in the Asset Detail View.