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Warrior Logging System Panel Safety and Installation Guide Use this guide to connect the computer to the Interface and Power Supply panel, Depth Line Tension, Perforating panels, encoder, tension, etc...


Wireline Cable Types and Filter Settings Guide Use this guide to setup your new computer to run Warrior 8 software. The Warrior 8.0 Software now includes provisions for setting certain parameters for user defined cables. These parameters include the line resistance for that line and filter settings for multiple user declared signal types. The line resistance setting for a line will be used in computing the Head Voltage Apparent output in all service.


Warrior 8 Software Installation Guide Use this guide to setup your new computer to run Warrior 8 software.


Windows Printer Installation Guide Use this guide to setup your plotters / printers drivers to run Warrior 8 software.


Convert Warrior 7 to Warrior 8 Tutorial Use this guide to convert your existing Warrior 7 to run on Warrior 8 software. Click Here to download the Warrior 7 Backup Utility for Warrior 8 software.


Warrior Control Panel Tutorial Use this guide to add your Warrior Software license, setup plotter, and Warrior Software system wide configurations.


Warrior Services Editor Tutorial The purpose of the Services Editor is to aid in modifying current services, creating new services, and importing and exporting services from similar types of Warrior systems.


Warrior Tools Editor Tutorial When tools are ran in a service (by editing the tool string for a particular service), they are chosen by type and serial number. Each serial number is assigned to a specific tool model. Each model of tool has the information that the Warrior System Software uses to process the data that it receives. This includes such general information as type of software, sensor offsets, sensor filtering, and tool length (which effects the offsets of other sensors in the tool string). By using the tool editor, the pertinent information for each model can be easily changed, new serial numbers created, and new models created.


Warrior Acquistion Tutorial Acquisition is the main logging or data acquisition subset of the Warrior system. It acquires data from the hardware I/O devices, stores the raw data in the Warrior database and provides all the normal well logging functionality.


Warrior Recalculation Tutorial The recalculation mode allows log data to be recalculated or relogged from raw data. Calibrations and other acquisition parameters, such as filters and depth offsets, may be changed.


Warrior Heading Editor Tutorial The Heading Editor allows the log heading information to be added to a blank heading of pre-existing format. There are several different versions of default headings that can be produced using Warrior.


Warrior Format Editor Tutorial The Format Editor allows the creation and editing of the log presentation or format files. The output of the format editor are files of the type *.prs which are subsequently used to control all aspects of plotting acquired data.


Warrior Interactive Plot Tutorial Interactive plot is used for the viewing and optional plotting of acquired data either recorded as depth or time.


Warrior Plot Job Editor Tutorial The Plot Job Editor is a program module, which enables the operator to assemble the various components (heading, log sections, etc.) of a well log into its final presentation.


Warrior 8 Job Planner The primary purpose is to assist in the design and assembly of perforating strings and help the user execute perforating and TCP jobs.


Warrior TVD Merge/Splice The Wizard, Merge, Splice and TVD module allows data from one or more database files to be manipulated in the depth domain and output to one or more destination files.


Warrior Database Utilities Tutorial The Utilities icon in the Warrior Program Group allows access to several programs, some with general, and some with more specific, applications.


Warrior 8 Distributable Digital Media Tutorial Use this guide to setup your new computer to run Warrior 8 software.


Warrior 8 Math Pack Tutorial Math pack output is created by a formula applied to one or more values from existing databases. A math pack job consists of one or more math pack outputs.


Warrior 8 Backup Tutorial Use this guide to backup and restore your Warrior Files, and Configurations.


Warrior 8 Corrupted Database Repair Tutorial Use this guide to repair Warrior corrupted database.


Multi-Finger Caliper and Pipe Tally Tutorial The Warrior Logging Software supports imaging tools that include a wide range of multi-arm or multi-finger caliper tools supplied by different manufacturers such as Sondex, Hotwell, Probe, Katwell, GoWell, and Spartek Systems. The various caliper tools may have from 12 to 60 fingers. The Warrior software presents the readings from the fingers as radii or diameters. In addition, many presentations will also present a 3 dimensional image of the caliper log.


Radioactive Tracer Survey Tutorial Use this guide to setup and run the Radioactive Tracer Survey in Warrior 8.


CSS Radial Bond Service Use this guide to setup and run the CSS Radial Bond service in Warrior 8.


Noise Log Use this guide to setup and run the Noise service in Warrior 8.


Freepoint Applied Service Use this guide to setup and run the Freepoint service in Warrior 8.


Sermon and Asctel Tutorial The Warrior software has the ability to send any data output through a COM Port as serial ASCII data so that the information that can then be made available to external computers or displays by use of the SERMON device module. ASCII data may also be imported through the ASCTEL device module to use as any sensor data input.