Exporting data from MT Manager

Note: This article applies to MT Manager versions 4.9.1 and earlier. For guidelines on using MT Manager 2019.0 and later, please refer to the MT Manager User Manual

This article discusses how to export, view, and choose the options for exporting data from MT Manager.

To access the preferences navigate to Tools > Preferences


From there you will be able to access the Export Options:

File Name

Parameter Description
<date> Data of export (e.g. 2014-09-28)
<deviceid> Device ID (e.g. 0360005B)
<inputfile> Original Filename without extension (e.g. MT0360005B-005)
<seqnr> Sequential number (e.g. 003)
<productcode> Product code (e.g.MTi-30-2A5G4)
<scenario> Filter profile used (e.g. general)
<time> Time read from the system clock.
Any Text It is possible to add any text, such as dashes, underscores, but also words and digits in the file name format.

You can also change the file extension from .txt to whatever file extension you require. This is most commonly changed from .txt to .csv.

Delimiter Options


You can choose the delimiter options which you want to use for your export. You can choose the delimiter options which makes the most sense for the application which you are importing the exported data. Additionally, you can choose to use your own delimiter as well by checking the "Other" checkbox.

Empty Field Options

For data which is not available for your device/data output rate - you will need to choose an option which will fill in null data. Alternatively you can also choose to use your own string by checking the "Other" checkbox.

Exported Data

The export options are grouped into three different rows.

First Row: Data generated by the Xsens Fusion Algorithm and the GNSS messages

Second Row: Sensor Data

Third Row: Auxiliary Data 


The following outputs are MTi only parameters and not available on MTw Sensors:

GNSS, Miscellaneous Sensors (Temperature & Gyro Temperatures), Sensor Component Readout, and Timestamp

Exporting the Data


To export the data navigate to File > Export

From there you will be able to choose the output path for the exported file

After you have exported the data you can view this in excel. Below is an example of how the export looks and the associated headers:


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