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Fluke-434-II, Fluke-435-II, Fluke-437-II, Fluke-438-II Export data to Excel

The purpose of this article is to show step by step instructions on how to Export data to Excel from the Fluke-434-II, Fluke-435-II, Fluke-437-II and Fluke-438-II.

The first step is to get the data from the Fluke-435-II to your PC using the Power Log software, here is an article for that step. Here is the link to an article to perform that task.

https://help.fluke.com/hc/en-us/articles/4409559856276-Download-data-using-Fluke-434-II-Fluke-435-II-Fluke-437-II-or-Fluke-438-II-via-USB-cable-

Once you get that done the Power Log software has an Export data function which will create a .txt file but you can import a .txt file into Excel. Below is a screen of how to access the Export data feature. 

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Depending on the data that was collected the Export window will offer a list that supports those measurements. 
Check the boxes of what you want to Export and if you want the Max, Avg and Min measurements and give the file a name and click on Save As. See below example.

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Here is the next screen example, type in the file name and direct the location on your computer where you want to save the file as .txt.

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Open the .txt file using Excel see below, be sure and change the file type to Text Files (*.prn,*.txt,*.csv). 

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Excel will use the Import Wizard three step process. Step 1 select Delimited, Step 2 select Tab delimiters, Step 3 select Date and change it to DMY and click Finish.

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Here is an example of the Excel Spreadsheet.

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