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Thank you for purchasing the paperless recorder.
This Communication Interface User’s Manual contains information about the Ethernet/
serial interface communication functions. To ensure correct use, please read this
manual thoroughly before operation.
Keep this manual in a safe place for quick reference in the event a question arises.
The following five manuals, including this one, are provided as manuals for the recorder.
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User’s Manual
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Explains all functions and procedures of the
recorder excluding the communication
functions.
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Paperless Recorder
Communication Interface
9499-040-75611
This manual. Explains the communication
functions of the Ethernet/serial interface.
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Operation Guide
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Explains basic operaiton only.
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Software
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Describes the functions and operating
procedures of the software.
Notes
• The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice as a result of
continuing improvements to the instrument’s performance and functions. The figures
given in this manual may differ from the actual screen.
• Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy
of its contents. However, should you have any questions or find any errors, please
contact your nearest dealer.
• Copying or reproducing all or any part of the contents of this manual without our
permission is strictly prohibited.
• The TCP/IP software used in this product and the documentation for that TCP/IP
software are based in part on BSD Networking Software, Release 1 licensed from The
Regents of the University of California.
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Revisions
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• 2nd Edition:
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April 2004
2nd Edition: April 2004 (YK)
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How to Use this Manual
Structure of the Manual
The structure of this User’s Manual is as follows.
Chapter 1
Overview of the Communication Functions
Describes the relationship between the communication functions and the interface and
provides an outline of the communication functions.
Chapter 2
Using the Ethernet Interface
Describes the specifications and setup procedures of the Ethernet interface. Describes the
FTP client function, Web server function, and e-mail transmission function. Also describes
how to display the log screen.
Chapter 3
Using the Serial Interface (Option)
Describes the functions, specifications, and setup procedures of the serial interface (option).
Two types of serial interfaces, RS-232 and RS-422-A/485 are available.
Chapter 4
Using the Modbus Protocol
Describes the specifications and setup procedures of the Modbus protocol and the status
indication screen of the Modbus master.
Chapter 5
Commands
Describes each command that can be used.
Chapter 6
Response
Describes the data format of the panel setup information and measured/computed data that
are output from this instrument.
Chapter 7
Status Report
Describes the status information.
Appendix
Provides an ASCII character code table, the flow of operation when outputting data from the
recorder, a list of error messages, and the login process.
Index
Provides an index.
Conventions Used in this Manual
Unit
• k Denotes 1000. Example: 5 kg, 100 kHz
• K Denotes 1024. Example: 720 KB (Storage capacity of floppy disks)
Symbols
The following symbols are used in this manual.
Affixed to the instrument. Indicates danger to personnel or
instrument and the operator must refer to the User’s Manual.
The symbol is used in the User’s Manual to indicate the
reference.
WARNING
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent injury
or death to the user.
CAUTION
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent minor
or moderate injury, or damage to the instrument.
Note
ii
Provides important information for the proper operation of the
instrument.
How to Use this Manual
Displayed characters
Alphanumeric characters enclosed with [ ] refer to characters or setting values that are
displayed on the screen.
Symbols used on pages describing operating procedures
On pages that describe the operating procedures in Chapter 2 through 4, the following
symbols are used to distinguish the procedures from their explanations.
Explanation
This section describes the setting parameters and the limitations
regarding the procedures.
Procedure
Follow the steps indicated with numbers. The procedures are
given with the premise that the user is carrying out the steps for
the time. Depending on the operation, not all steps need to be
taken.
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Names and Uses of Parts
Front Panel
ESC key
Press this key to return to the
previous screen or cancel the new
settings.
LCD monitor
Arrow keys
Press these keys to move between
the setup items displayed on the
screen.
DISP/ENTER key
Press this key when confirming
the setting or when closing the
entry box.
Soft keys
Press these keys to select
the menu displayed on the
screen.
MENU and FUNC key
After pressing the MENU key, pressing the FUNC key for
approximately 3 s displays the setup menu that is used to
enter the communication configuration menu.
Rear Panel
RS-422-A/485 interface terminal
Serial communication terminals provided on
models with the optional code /C3.
Ethernet interface connector
A ethernet communication connector provided
on models with the optional code /C7.
RS-232 interface connector
A serial communication connector
provided on models with the optional
code /C2.
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Names and Uses of Parts
Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys
This section will describe the basic flow of operation when changing the settings of the
recorder using the front panel keys.
Settings related to communications are configured in the basic setting mode. The
procedure used to enter the basic setting mode is described in the procedure for each
item. Basic setting mode cannot be entered while data acquisition is in progress or while
computation using the computation function (/M1 option) is in progress.
1.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor onto the desired parameter.
The parameter box containing
the cursor is blue.
2.
For parameters whose selections are shown at the bottom of the screen, press
the soft key under the desired selection. For parameters that need characters to
be entered in the entry box, press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box,
enter the characters, and press the DISP/ENTER key.
Parameter selections
(Selection example for [DNS On/Off]
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.)
Parameter entry box
(Example of the entry box
for the IP address)
• The boxes containing parameters that have not been changed are displayed in
white.
• The boxes containing parameters that have been changed are displayed in
yellow.
The boxes containing parameters
that have been changed are
displayed in yellow.
The boxes containing parameters
that have not been changed are
displayed in white.
3.
4.
Set other parameters as well according to steps 1 and 2.
The operation is different when you are confirming or canceling the new
changes (parameter boxes in yellow). See below.
• When confirming the new changes
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The new changes are confirmed and the yellow
parameter boxes change to white. The cursor returns to the parameter at the
upper left portion of the screen (the first parameter on the screen). However,
if the new change is not valid, then the parameter box turns red.
Parameters for which the new
changes that are not valid are
displayed in red.
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Names and Uses of Parts
• When canceling the new changes
Press the ESC key. A window appears for you to confirm the cancellation.
Selecting “YES” and pressing the DISP/ENTER key cancels the new settings
and the screen returns to the previous screen.
Selecting “No” and pressing the DISP/ENTER key does not cancel the new
settings and the screen returns to the original screen.
5.
To activate the new settings in the basic setting mode, the settings must be
stored. Pressing the [End] soft key in the basic setting menu* displays a dialog
box that asks you whether or not the new settings are to be stored.
To store the settings, select [Yes]. To not store the settings, select [No]. To
return to the basic setting menu, select [Cancel] by pressing the arrow key, and
press the [DISP/ENTER] key.
* The basic setting menu is the menu that is displayed when the ESC key is pressed
several times after the basic setting parameters are changed.
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Contents
Forward i
How to Use this Manual ........................................................................................................................ ii
Names and Uses of Parts .................................................................................................................... iv
Chapter 1 Overview of the Communication Functions
1.1
1.2
2
3
The Relationship between the Communication Functions and
the Ethernet/Serial Interface ............................................................................................. 1-1
Explanation of the Functions ............................................................................................. 1-2
4
Chapter 2 Using the Ethernet Interface
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
Ethernet Interface Specifications ...................................................................................... 2-1
Connecting the Ethernet Interface .................................................................................... 2-2
Configuring the Ethernet Interface .................................................................................... 2-3
Checking the Connection Status of the Ethernet Interface ............................................... 2-9
Setting the FTP Client (Automatic Transfer of Display/Event/Report Data Files) ........... 2-10
Performing the FTP Test ................................................................................................. 2-16
Setting the Login/Timeout for Ethernet Communications ................................................ 2-17
Displaying the Log Screen of the Error, Communication, and FTP ................................. 2-22
Setting the Web Server Function .................................................................................... 2-26
Using the Monitor Page and Operator Page ................................................................... 2-31
Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function ....................................................................... 2-38
Performing an E-Mail Transmission Test ......................................................................... 2-47
Starting/Stopping E-Mail Transmissions ......................................................................... 2-48
5
6
7
App
Chapter 3 Using the Serial Interface (Option)
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Serial Interface (Option) Specifications ............................................................................. 3-1
RS-232 Interface Connector Pin Arrangement and Signal Names, the Connection
Procedure, and Handshaking ............................................................................................ 3-2
RS-422A/485 Interface Pin Arrangement and Signal Names and
the Connection Procedure ................................................................................................ 3-5
The Bit Structure of One Character and the Operation of the Receive Buffer ................ 3-10
Configuring the Serial Interface ....................................................................................... 3-11
Chapter 4 Using the Modbus Protocol
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Modbus Protocol Specifications ........................................................................................ 4-1
Register Assignments (Modbus Slave) ............................................................................. 4-2
Modbus Error Response (Modbus Slave) ......................................................................... 4-3
Setting the Configuration that is Used When the Modbus Protocol is Used ..................... 4-4
Setting the Modbus Master Function ................................................................................ 4-7
Checking the Operating Status of the Modbus Master Function ..................................... 4-13
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Index
Contents
Chapter 5 Commands
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
Command Syntax .............................................................................................................. 5-1
A List of Commands .......................................................................................................... 5-3
Input Range Parameter ..................................................................................................... 5-7
Setting Commands (Setting) ............................................................................................. 5-9
Setting Commands (Control) ........................................................................................... 5-16
Basic Setting Commands ................................................................................................ 5-19
Output Commands (Control) ........................................................................................... 5-28
Output Commands (Setup, measured, and computed data output) ............................... 5-28
Output Commands (RS-422A/485 Dedicated Commands) ............................................ 5-31
Maintenance/Test Commands (Available when using the maintenance/test
server function via Ethernet communications) ................................................................ 5-32
Instrument Information Output Commands (Available when using the instrument
information server function via Ethernet communications) ............................................. 5-33
Chapter 6 Response
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
Response Syntax .............................................................................................................. 6-1
Output Format of ASCII Data ............................................................................................ 6-6
Output Format of BINARY Data ...................................................................................... 6-20
Output Format of Instrument Information ........................................................................ 6-25
Chapter 7 Status Report
7.1
7.2
Status Information and Filter ............................................................................................. 7-1
The Bit Structure of the Status Information ....................................................................... 7-2
Appendix
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6
Appendix 7
Index
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ASCII Character Codes ............................................................................................. App-1
Output Flow of Internal Memory Data ........................................................................ App-2
Output Flow of the File or the File List in the External Storage Medium .................... App-4
Output Flow of FIFO Data .......................................................................................... App-6
Data Dropout (Modbus Master) ................................................................................. App-8
A List of Error Messages ............................................................................................ App-9
Login Process .......................................................................................................... App-16
Chapter 1 Overview of the Communication Functions
1.1
The Ethernet interface or the serial interface (RS-232, RS-422A/485) is available as an
option.
In order to use the various communication functions of the recorder, the Ethernet or
serial communications must be configured beforehand.
The following figure illustrates the relationship between the communication functions of
the recorder and the Ethernet/serial interface. To use the communication functions of
the recorder over the Ethernet/serial interface, protocols* that exist between the function
and the interface must be followed.
*
A protocol is a set of rules that govern the communication between two computers over a line
or network.
The communication functions of the recorder
Application
Upper protocol
Lower protocol
Interface
Maintenance/ Web FTP
Modbus Modbus Setting/Measurement Test server
server server
slave
master server
FTP Email
Instrument
Login
client client
information
(User authorization/
server
grant access rights)
Modbus
protocol
Proprietary protocol
for the recorder
Serial
communication
control
HTTP
FTP
SMTP
UDP
TCP
IP
Ethernet interface
(10BASE-T)
Serial interface
(RS-232, RS-422A/485)
PC
Connect the recorder and
the PC via the serial cable
Connect the recorder and
the PC via the Ethernet cable
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
IP (Internet Protocol)
HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol)
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
When you use the serial interface, select one of the following protocols.
• Proprietary protocol for the recorder
• Modbus slave protocol
• Modbus master protocol
1-1
1
Overview of the Communication Functions
The Relationship between the Communication
Functions and the Ethernet/Serial Interface
1.2
Explanation of the Functions
Describes an outline of the communication functions of the recorder.
Modbus slave
• By using the Modbus protocol, measured/computed data written to the recorder’s
input register can be read by the PC and communication input data can be written/
read from the recorder’s hold register.
• For the Modbus function codes that are supported by the recorder, see section 4.1.
• This function can be used only when communicating via the serial interface (option).
• For the settings required to use the functions, see section 4.4.
Modbus master device
Data from slave device
Serial communication
Recorder
Modbus slave device
Modbus master
• Loads the measured data of other instruments using the Modbus protocol. The
loaded data can be handled as communication input data of the computation function
(/M1 option) on the computation channel.
• Function for writing data to other instruments is not supported.
• For details on the Modbus function codes that are supported, see section 4.1.
• This function can be used only when communicating via the serial interface (option).
• For the settings required in using this function, see section 4.4 and 4.5.
Modbus master device
Recorder
Data from slave device
Serial communication
Modbus slave device
1-2
1.2 Explanation of the Functions
1
Setting/Measurement server
Maintenance/Test server
• Connection information, network information, and other information regarding Ethernet
communications can be output.
• The communication commands that can be used through this function are
maintenance/test commands (see section 5.10).
• This function can be used only when communicating via the Ethernet interface.
• For the configuration required to use this function, see sections 2.3 and 2.7.
FTP server
• You can use a PC to access the recorder via FTP. You can perform operations such
as retrieving directory and file lists from the external storage medium of the recorder
and transferring and deleting files.
• This function can be used only when communicating via the Ethernet interface.
• For the configuration required to use this function, see sections 2.3 and 2.7.
PC
Files on the external storage medium
Ethernet
Recorder
FTP server
1-3
Overview of the Communication Functions
• This function can be used to set almost all of the settings that can be configured using
the front panel keys. However, the power switch cannot be turned ON/OFF. The user
name/password for communications, user name/password for key login, and the
destination of the FTP client function cannot be configured.
• The following types of data can be output.
• Measured/computed data.
• Data in the internal memory or files in the external storage medium.
• Setup information and the status byte.
• A log of operation errors and communications
The measured/computed data can be output in binary or ASCII format to a PC. For
other types of data, ASCII format is used. For the data output format, see chapter 6.
The communication commands that can be used through this function are setting
commands (see sections 5.4 and 5.5), basic setting commands (see sections 5.6),
and output commands (see sections 5.7 to 5.9).
• This function can be used when communicating via the Ethernet or the serial
(optional) interface.
• For the configuration when using Ethernet communications, see sections 2.3 and 2.7.
For the configuration when using serial communications, see section 3.5.
1.2 Explanation of the Functions
FTP client
Automatic file transfer
• The display data file, event data file, and report data file, that are created in the
internal memory of the recorder, can be automatically transferred to a remote FTP
server. The result of the transfer is recorded in the FTP log. The FTP log can be
displayed on the recorder’s screen (see paragraph “Displaying error/
communications/FTP logs” described later) or output to a PC using commands.
FTP client
Data file to be
transferred
Destination (FTP server)
information
Transfer log
(FTP log)
Recorder
Display data file/event data file/report data file
Ethernet
Secondary
Primary
FTP server
Up to two file transfer destinations (FTP servers) can be specified (primary and
secondary). If the primary server is down, the file is transferred to the secondary
server.
• This function can be used only when communicating via the Ethernet interface.
• For the configuration required to use this function, see sections 2.3 and 2.5.
FTP test
• The file transfer can be checked by transferring a test file from the recorder to a
remote FTP server.
• The result of the FTP test can be confirmed on the FTP log screen.
• This function can be used only when communicating via the Ethernet interface.
• For the configuration required to use this function, see section 2.6.
Instrument information server
• The serial number and model of the recorder connected to Ethernet can be output.
• The communication commands that can be used through this function are instrument
information output commands (see section 5.11).
• This function can be used only when communicating via the Ethernet interface.
• For the configuration required to use this function, see section 2.3.
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1.2 Explanation of the Functions
1
Login
User authorization
This function allows only registered users to access the recorder in order to prevent
invalid access from the network.
• Up to seven names can be registered. You will also specify the access authority
(see below) when registering the name.
• There are limitations on the number of simultaneous connections or
simultaneous uses of the recorder from the PC (see section 2.1).
Granting access authority
This function provides access authority (user level) to operate the recorder for the
registered users. For example, this prevents user B (user level) from changing the
measurement conditions that were set by user A (administrator level).
• There are two user levels on the recorder, user and administrator.
• One administrator and six users can be registered.
• Administrator
An administrator has the authority to use all setting/measurement server
functions, maintenance/test server functions, and FTP server functions.
• User
A user has limited authority to use the setting/measurement server functions,
maintenance/test server functions, and FTP server functions. For the limitation
of commands, see section 5.2.
• Limitations on the use of the setting/measurement server
The user cannot change settings that would change the recorder’s
operation. Measurement and setup data can be output.
• Limitations on the use of the maintenance/test server
The user cannot disconnect a connection between another PC and the
recorder. The connection between the PC that the user is operating and the
recorder can be disconnected.
• Limitations on the use of the FTP server
You cannot save files to the external storage medium of the recorder or
delete files on it. Files can be retrieved from the server.
Communication timeout
This function drops the connection if no data transfer is detected between the PC and
the recorder over a predetermined period of time. This applies to data transfer at the
application level only (see section 1.1). For example, this function prevents a PC from
being connected to the recorder indefinitely which would prohibit other users from
making new connections for data transfer.
1-5
Overview of the Communication Functions
• This function can be used only when communicating via the Ethernet interface and
when using the setting/measurement server, maintenance/test server, and the FTP
server functions.
• For the configuration required to use this function, see sections 2.3 and 2.7.
• For a description of the login process of the setting/measurement server and
maintenance/test server, see appendix 7.
1.2 Explanation of the Functions
Web server
• This function can be used only when communicating via the Ethernet interface.
• The recorder screen can be displayed on the browser applications of Microsoft
Internet Explorer.
• The following two screens are available:
• Monitor page: Screen dedicated for monitoring.
• Operator page: You can switch the recorder screen. You can also modify and write
messages.
You can set access control (user name and password) on each page.
Refreshes the screen automatically
Selects the screen size
Menu
• Refreshes the screen
• Displays the alarm summary
• Displays the measured
/computed data
• Displays logs
• Modifies and writes messages
Switches screens
Arrow keys and
the DISP/ENTER key
• The screen can be updated at a constant period (approximately 30 s).
• The following information can be displayed.
• Alarm summary
• Measured and computed values of all channels
• Logs (message log, error log, key login/logout log, FTP file transfer log, e-mail
log, and Web operation log)
• For the procedure in setting the Web server function, see section 2.9.
• For operations on the monitor page and operator page, see section 2.10.
1-6
1.2 Explanation of the Functions
1
E-mail transmission
For the procedure in setting the e-mail transmission function, see section 2.11.
For the e-mail transmission format, see section 2.13.
For the procedure to start/stop e-mail transmission, see section 2.13.
An example of the scheduled e-mail
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 01:00:09 +0900 (JST)
Subject: Periodic_data
To: [email protected]
LOOP1
Scheduled
Subject
Header 1
Header 2
Periodic data.
<Host name>
ABC
<Time>
Oct.23 01:00:01
• Testing e-mail transmission
• You can send a test message from the recorder to the destination to check e-mail
transmissions.
• You can confirm the result of the e-mail transmission test on the e-mail log screen.
• For the procedure in using this function, see section 2.12.
1-7
Overview of the Communication Functions
This function can be used only when communicating via the Ethernet interface.
• Transmitting e-mail messages
E-mail can be automatically transmitted at the following times. You can specify two
groups of destinations and specify the destination for each item. In addition, you can
set a header string for each item.
• When alarm is active/released
Notifies the alarm information.
• During recovery from a power failure
Notifies the time of the power failure and the time of recovery.
• When memory end is detected (See “Fail/Memory End Function (/F1 Option)”
in this section)
Notifies the detection of memory end.
• When an error related to the external storage medium and FTP client occurs
Notifies the error code and message when an error is detected on the external
storage medium or when the data cannot be saved as the free space on the
storage medium is insufficient. In addition, notifies the error code and message
such as when data transfer fails using the FTP client function.
• At the specified time
Transmits an e-mail message when the specified time is reached. It can be used
to confirm that the system including the network and the e-mail transmission
function is working properly. You can specify the reference time and the e-mail
transmission interval for each destination.
• When report is created (only on models with the optional computation
function (/M1)
Transmits the report.
1.2 Explanation of the Functions
Other functions
Confirming the connection status of the Ethernet interface
• The connection status of the Ethernet interface can be confirmed on the rear panel
and on the screen of the recorder.
• For the display position and the meaning of the indicator, see section 2.4.
Keepalive (Extended function of TCP)
• This function forcibly drops the connection if there are no responses to the test
packets that are sent periodically at the TCP level.
• For the configuration required to use this function, see sections 2.3 and 2.7.
Displaying error/communications/FTP/Web operation/E-mail logs
• The operation log can be displayed on the following log screens.
• Error log screen: Operation errors
• Communication log screen: Communication input/output
• FTP log screen: A log of file transfers that were executed using the FTP client
function
• Web operation log screen: Record of operations of the Web server function
• E-mail log screen: Record of e-mail transmissions.
• For the configuration required to use this function, see section 2.8.
1-8
Chapter 2 Using the Ethernet Interface
2.1
Ethernet Interface Specifications
Basic Specifications
Electrical and mechanical specifications
Transmission medium type
10BASE-T
Protocol
TCP, IP, UDP, ICMP, ARP
The maximum number of connections and the number of simultaneous uses
The following table indicates the number of simultaneous uses (number of users that
can use the function simultaneously), the maximum number of connections, and the
port number for each function.
Port Number*1
(Fixed)
Function
Maximum Number
of Connections
Number of
Simultaneous Uses
Administrator
User
Setting/
measurement
server
3
1
2*2
34260/tcp
Maintenance/
test server
1
1
1*2
34261/tcp
FTP server
2
2
2*2
21/tcp
Instrument
information
server
–
–
–
34264/udp
*1 Port numbers are fixed.
*2 There are user limitations. For details, see “Granting Access Authority” in section 1.2.
2-1
2
Using the Ethernet Interface
Conforms to IEEE 802.3
(Ethernet frames conform to the DIX specifications.)
2.2
Connecting the Ethernet Interface
When connecting only the recorder and a PC
Connect the recorder and the PC via a HUB as in the following figure.
Ethernet
interface connector
Recorder
10BASE-T straight cable
(Multiple devices can be
connected by using a hub.)
HUB
PC
Ethernet
interface connector
Recorder
Ethernet cable
10BASE-T straight cable
When connecting to a preexisting network
The following figure illustrates an example in which the recorder and a PC are connected
to the network. When connecting the recorder or the PC to a preexisting network, the
transfer rate, connector type, etc. must be matched. For details, consult your system or
network administrator.
Network
10BASE-T straight cable
Ethernet
interface connector
(Adapters that support
the 10BASE-T (hubs and
routers, for example)
PC
Recorder
Ethernet cable
Note
•
•
2-2
Depending on the reliability of the network or the volume of network traffic, all the transferred
data may not be retrieved by the PC.
Communication performance deteriorates if multiple PCs access the recorder simultaneously.
2.3
Configuring the Ethernet Interface
Explanation
Setting the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS
Confirm the settings such as the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS
with the administrator of the system or network on which the recorder is to be used.
• IP address
• Set the IP address to assign to the recorder. The default setting is “0.0.0.0.”
• The IP address is used to distinguish between the various devices connected to
the Internet when communicating using the TCP/IP protocol. The address is a
32-bit value normally expressed with four values (0 to 255), each separated by a
period as in 192.168.111.24.
• Subnet mask
• Specify the mask that is used to determine the network address from the IP
address. The default setting is “0.0.0.0.”
• Set this value according to the system or the network to which the recorder
belongs. In some cases, this setting may not be necessary.
• Default gateway
• Set the IP address of the gateway (router, etc.) used to communicate with other
networks. The default setting is “0.0.0.0.”
• Set this value according to the system or the network to which the recorder
belongs. In some cases, this setting may not be necessary.
• DNS (Domain Name System)
You must set the DNS, if you are using a host name to specify the destination
server of the file transfer on an FTP client or the server of the e-mail recipient.
*
The DNS is a system that correlates the host name/domain name to the IP address. The
host name/domain name can be used instead of the IP address when accessing the
network. The DNS server manages the database that contains the host name/domain
name and IP address correlation.
• DNS server
• Set the IP address of the DNS server. The default setting is “0.0.0.0.”
• Up to two DNS servers can be specified (primary and secondary). If the
primary DNS server is down, the secondary server is used to search the host
name/domain name and IP address.
• Host name
Set the recorder’s host name using up to 64 alphanumeric characters.
• Domain name
• Set the network domain name to which the recorder belongs using up to 64
alphanumeric characters.
• When the destination server of the file transfer or the server of the e-mail
recipient is looked up using the DNS server, this domain name is appended
to the host name as a possible domain name if it is omitted . The destination
name (server name) becomes the “FTP server name” (see section 2.5) or the
“SMTP server name” (see section 2.11).
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The following configurations must be made in order to use the Ethernet communication
functions of the recorder.
2.3 Configuring the Ethernet Interface
• Domain suffix
If the IP address corresponding to the “domain name,” described in the previous
paragraph, is not found on the DNS server, then it may be that the system is
configured to use another domain name. In this case, the domain suffix is
specified, so that this domain name is searched after the “domain name” specified
in the previous paragraph is searched.
• Set the domain suffix using up to 64 alphanumeric characters.
• Up to two domain suffixes can be specified (primary and secondary).
Selecting the communication interface used to output the data in the internal
memory and the files on the external storage medium
• Using output commands (ME/MI/MO commands), select the communication
interface used to output the data in the internal memory (display data, event data,
TLOG data, manual sampled data, and report data) and the files on the external
storage medium. Since these commands cannot be used on Ethernet
communications and serial communications simultaneously, you must select either
one.
• When using Ethernet communications, select [Ethernet].
Storing the settings
To activate the settings made in the basic setting mode, the settings must be saved.
Otherwise, the settings return to the previous values.
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Procedure
For the basic flow of operations, see “Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys” on
page vi. For the procedures related to entering character strings and values, see the
recorder’s manual .
4.
Press the MENU key to display the setting menu.
Press the FUNC key for approximately 3 s to display the basic setting menu.
Press the [#10 (Communication)] soft key to display the communication function
setting menu.
Press the [#1 (Ethernet (IP Address))] soft key to display the communication
(Ethernet, serial) menu.
Setting the IP address
5.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [IP-address] box.
6.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
7.
Enter the IP address of the recorder in the entry box.
8.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered value is set in the [IP-address] box.
Setting the subnet mask
Set this value according to the system or the network to which the recorder belongs.
If this setting is not necessary, go to “Setting the default gateway.”
9.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Subnet mask] box.
10.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
11.
In the entry box, enter the subnet mask of the network to which the recorder
belongs.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered value is set in the [Subnet mask] box.
12.
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2.
3.
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2.3 Configuring the Ethernet Interface
Setting the default gateway
Set this value according to the system or the network to which the recorder belongs.
If this setting is not necessary, go to “Setting the DNS (Domain Name System).”
13. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Default gateway] box.
14.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
15.
In the entry box, enter the IP address of the default gateway of the network to
which the recorder belongs.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered value is set in the [Default gateway]
box.
Confirm the new settings pressing the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
16.
17.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
Setting the DNS (Domain Name System)
Set the DNS, if you are using a host name to specify the destination server of the file
transfer on an FTP client or the server of the e-mail recipient.
If the DNS is not going to be used, go to step 39 (for models with the serial
communication function) or step 41 (for models without the serial communication
function).
18. Press the ESC key to return to the communication function setting menu, and
then press the [#2 (Ethernet (DNS))] soft key to display the communication
(DNS) menu.
• Select whether or not to use the DNS (ON/OFF)
19. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [DNS On/Off] box.
20.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key. When using the DNS, select [ON] and
perform steps 19 through 38. Otherwise, select [Off] (you can skip steps 19
through 38).
• Setting the primary DNS server address
21. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Primary] box under server search
order.
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22.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
23.
24.
Enter the primary DNS server address in the entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered value is set in the [Primary] box.
2.3 Configuring the Ethernet Interface
• Setting the secondary DNS server address
Set this value when using the secondary DNS server in the system or the network
to which the recorder belongs. If this setting is not necessary, go to step 27.
25. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Secondary] box under server
search order.
Set the secondary DNS server address using the same method from steps 22
through 24.
• Setting the recorder’s host name
27. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Host name] box.
28.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
29.
30.
Enter the recorder’s host name in the entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Host name]
box.
• Setting the domain name to which the recorder belongs
31. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Domain name] box.
32.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
33.
34.
Enter the recorder’s domain name in the entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Domain
name] box.
• Setting the primary domain suffix
Set this value when the domain suffix is necessary. Otherwise, go to step 41 (for
models with the serial communication function) or step 43 (for models without the
serial communication function).
35. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Primary] box under Domain suffix
search order.
36.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
37.
38.
Enter the primary domain suffix in the entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered value is set in the [Primary] box.
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2.3 Configuring the Ethernet Interface
• Setting the secondary domain suffix
Set this value when the secondary domain suffix exists. If this setting is not
necessary, go to step 41 (for models with the serial communication function) or
step 43 (for models without the serial communication function).
39. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Secondary] box under Domain
suffix search order.
40.
Set the secondary domain suffix in the same fashion as in steps 36 to .38.
Selecting the communication interface used to output the data in the internal
memory and the files on the external storage medium
The “Memory output” is displayed when the serial communication function is specified.
41. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Memory out] box.
42.
Press either the [Ethernet] or the [Serial] soft key. Press the [Ethernet] soft key
when using Ethernet communications.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
43. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
Storing the new settings
44. Press the ESC key several times to display the basic setting menu.
45. Pressing the [End] soft key to display a dialog box which you select whether or
not to store the new settings.
46.
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Select the [Yes] to store the new settings, the [No] to discard them, or the
[Cancel] to return to the basic setting menu by pressing the arrow key. Then,
press the DISP/ENTER key.
2.4
Checking the Connection Status of the
Ethernet Interface
Checking the connection status using the rear panel
Indicator
Connection Status of the Ethernet Interface
On (green)
The Ethernet interface is electrically connected.
Blinking (green)
Transmitting data
Off
The Ethernet interface is not electrically connected.
Indicator
(Rear Panel)
Checking the connection using the recorder’s screen
Checking using the status display of the screen
The connection status of the Ethernet interface can be checked using the indicator
located on the right hand side of the status display section of the basic setting menu.
The basic setting menu is displayed by pressing the FUNC key for approximately 3 s
after pressing the MENU key to display the setting menu.
Indicator
Connection Status of the Ethernet Interface
On (green)
The Ethernet interface is electrically connected.
Off
The Ethernet interface is not electrically connected.
(Rear Panel)
Indicator
Checking using the display section located at the upper right corner of the
communication log screen
The connection status of the Ethernet interface can be checked using the indicator
located at the upper right corner of the communication log screen. For the procedures
on how to display the communication log, see section 2.8.
Indicator
Connection Status of the Ethernet Interface
On (green)
The Ethernet interface is electrically connected.
Off
The Ethernet interface is not electrically connected.
Indicator
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Using the Ethernet Interface
The connection status of the Ethernet interface can be confirmed with the indicator that
is located to the upper right of the Ethernet connector on the recorder.
2.5
Setting the FTP Client (Automatic Transfer of
Display/Event/Report Data Files)
Explanation
By setting this function, the display/event and report data files that are created in the
internal memory can be automatically transferred using FTP when the files are created.
Note that the Ethernet interface must be configured beforehand (see section 2.3).
Selecting the files to transfer
• You can select whether or not to automatically transfer the display/event data file
and the report data file. The default setting is “Off.”
• When the method to save the data is set to “Auto,” the data files are automatically
transferred at appropriate times to the FTP destination described in the next
section.
• Display data file: Data files are automatically transferred at auto save intervals
• Event data file:
or at the specified date and time.
Data files are automatically transferred when data length of
data is written or at every specified date and time*.
*
Auto transfer at every specified date and time is allowed only during the “free” mode.
For information on the “free” mode, see the recorder’s manual
• Report data file: Automatically transferred when reports are created.
• Screen image data files are automatically sent when snapshot is executed*. Also,
screen image data files are sent regardless of the media save settings on this
instrument.
*
This indicates snapshot by FUNC key, communication command (the EV2 command),
USER key, or remote control function.
Note
•
•
•
•
•
For details related to saving data to the external storage medium and the auto save interval,
see the recorder’s manual
When the method to save the data is set to “Manual,” auto transfer does not take place. You
can still output the display/event/report data files using commands.
For the format of the report data file, see the recorde’s manual However,
the report data file to be transferred is divided by every timeout.
If a file with the same name is detected at the destination, the file is transferred with the last
character (8th character) of the file name changed. For details on the file name, see
appendix 4 in the recorder’s manual
Example: If the file to be transferred named “X0212000.DDS” exists at the destination, the file
name is changed to “X021200A.DDS” before it is transferred.
Even if snapshot is set to USER key or remote control, if screen image data sending is turned
OFF in FTP send file selection, the screen image data files are not sent. For models with no
external storage media installed, if snapshot is executed in the above condition with the
USER key or by remote control, error code 165 is displayed.
Setting the FTP connection
Confirm the settings such as the primary and secondary FTP servers, port number,
login name, password, account, PASV mode, and initial path with your system or
network administrator.
• Setting the primary and secondary servers
Specify the primary and secondary file transfer destinations (FTP servers) as
described in the previous close. When the primary FTP server is down, the data
are transferred to the secondary FTP server.
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Note
If the file transfer to both the primary and the secondary servers fails, the recorder aborts the
file transfer. When the connection to the destination is recovered, the recorder transfers the
data files that were not transferred along with the new data file. However, due to the
limitation of the internal memory, files that are overacquired before they are transferred are
lost. For details related to the acquiring operation to the internal memory, see the recorder ’s
manual
Storing the settings
To activate the settings made in the basic setting mode, the settings must be saved.
Otherwise, the settings return to the previous values.
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• FTP server name
Set the FTP server name using up to 64 alphanumeric characters.
• When the DNS is being used, the host name can be used to specify the server
name.
• For DNS settings, see section 2.3.
• You can also specify the IP address. In this case, DNS is not necessary.
• Port number
Set the port number of the destination FTP server in the range from 1 to 65535.
The default setting is 21.
• Login name
Set the login name to use when accessing the FTP server. Up to 32 alphanumeric
characters can be used.
• Password
Set the password to use when accessing the FTP server. Up to 32 alphanumeric
characters can be used.
• Account
Set the account (the ID number) to use when accessing the FTP server. Up to 32
alphanumeric characters can be used.
• PASV mode
When using the recorder behind a firewall that requires the PASV mode, turn this
mode “On.” A firewall is a security feature on a router which is used to prevent
undesired intrusion into the network from outside parties.
• Initial path
Set the destination directory for the file transfer using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters. The directory delimiter varies depending on the FTP server.
Example: When transferring files to the “data” directory in the “home” directory of
an FTP server on a UNIX file system, use the forward slash “/” as the
directory delimiter:
/home/data
2.5 Setting the FTP Client (Automatic Transfer of Display/Event/Report Data Files)
Procedure
For the basic flow of operations, see “Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys” on
page vi. For the procedures related to entering character strings and values, see the
recorder’s manual
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Menu key to display the setting menu.
Press the FUNC key for approximately 3 s to display the basic setting menu.
Press the [#10 (Communication)] soft key to display the communication function
setting menu.
Press the [#3 (FTP transfer file)] soft key to display the Communication (FTP
client) menu.
Selecting the files to be transferred
• Selecting whether or not to transfer the display and event data files (ON/OFF)
5.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Disp&Event data] box.
6.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
• Selecting whether or not to transfer the report data file (ON/OFF)
7.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Report] box.
8.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
• Selecting whether or not to transfer the screen image data file (ON/OFF)
9.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Snapshot] box.
10.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
11.
Confirm the new settings pressing the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
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Setting the primary FTP server
12. Press the ESC key to return to the communication function setting menu, and
then press the [#4 (FTP connection)] soft key to display the communication
(FTP connection) menu.
13. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [FTP connection] box.
Using the Ethernet Interface
14.
Press the [Primary] soft key.
• Setting the FTP server name
15. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [FTP server name] box.
16.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
17.
Enter the primary FTP server name in the entry box. Generally, the IP address
is entered. However, if DNS is being used, the FTP server’s host name can
also be specified.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [FTP server
name] box.
18.
• Setting the FTP server’s port number
19. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Port number] box.
20.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
21.
22.
Enter the port number of the primary FTP server in the entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered value is set in the [Port number] box.
• Setting the login name used when accessing the FTP server
23. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Login name] box.
24.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the login name entry box.
25.
Enter the login name that is used when accessing the primary FTP server in the
entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Login name]
box.
26.
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• Setting the password used when accessing the FTP server
27. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Password] box.
28.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
29.
Enter the password that is used when accessing the primary FTP server in the
entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Password]
box.
30.
• Setting the account used when accessing the FTP server
31. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Account] box.
32.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
33.
Enter the account that is used when accessing the primary FTP server in the
entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Account]
box.
34.
• Enabling (On)/Disabling (Off) the PASV mode
35. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [PASV mode] box.
36.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
• Setting the initial path (file transfer destination directory)
37. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Initial path] box.
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38.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
39.
40.
Enter the file transfer destination directory in the entry box.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Initial path]
box.
2.5 Setting the FTP Client (Automatic Transfer of Display/Event/Report Data Files)
Setting the secondary FTP server
Set the secondary FTP server when specifying a secondary file transfer destination. If
you are not using the secondary FTP server, go to step 42.
41. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [FTP connection] box.
Press the [Secondary] soft key.
43.
Set the secondary FTP server using the same method from steps 15 through
40.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
44. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
Storing the new settings
45. Press the ESC key several times to display the basic setting menu.
46. Pressing the [End] soft key to display a dialog box which you select whether or
not to store the new settings.
47.
Select the [Yes] to store the new settings, the [No] to discard them, or the
[Cancel] to return to the basic setting menu by pressing the arrow key. Then,
press the DISP/ENTER key.
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2.6
Performing the FTP Test
Explanation
You can check whether or not files can be transferred via the Ethernet interface by
transferring a test file from the recorder to the FTP server that was configured in section
2.5.
Items to check before performing this test
• Correctly connect the Ethernet cable. For the connection procedures, see section
2.2.
• Check that the Ethernet interface configuration is correct. For the procedures, see
section 2.3 and 2.5.
When configuring Ethernet related settings, check them with the administrator of the
system or network on which the recorder is to be used.
Checking the FTP test results
• When you perform the FTP test, the test file is transferred to the initial path on the
destination FTP server that was specified in section 2.5. After the FTP test
completes, check whether or not the test file was received on the FTP server
• The result of the FTP test can be confirmed by displaying the FTP log (displayed
on the recorder (see section 2.8)) or Web browser screen (see section 2.10) or by
outputting the result using the FL command (see section 5.8).
Procedure
Performing the FTP test.
1.
Press the FUNC key to display the FUNC menu. The construction of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options.
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2.
Press the [FTP test] soft key to display a menu used to select the destination on
which the FTP test to be performed.
3.
Press either the [Primary] or [Secondary] soft key. The FTP test is performed
on the specified FTP server.
2.7
Setting the Login/Timeout for Ethernet
Communications
Explanation
Enabling/Disabling the login function
If the login function is enabled, only users that are registered can login to the recorder.
User registration
• Selecting the user level
Select either of the user levels, administrator or user.
• Administrator (admin)
One administrator can be registered. An administrator has the authority to use
all setting/measurement server, maintenance/test server, and the FTP server
functions.
• User (user1 to user6)
Six user can be registered. A user has limited authority to use the setting/
measurement server functions, maintenance/test server functions, and FTP
server functions. For the limitation of commands, see section 5.2.
• Limitations on the use of the setting/measurement server
The user cannot change settings that would change the recorder’s operation.
Measurement and setup data can be output.
• Limitations on the use of the maintenance/test server
The user cannot disconnect a connection between another PC and the
recorder. The connection between the PC that the user is operating and the
recorder can be disconnected.
• Limitations on the use of the FTP server
You cannot save files to the external storage medium of the recorder or
delete files on it. Files can be retrieved from the server.
• Selecting whether or not to register the user (On/Off)
• On
Registers the user. You can specify the user name and password for the login.
• Off
Does not register the user.
• Setting the user name
• Set the user name using up to 16 alphanumeric characters.
• Each user name must be unique.
• Since the word “quit” is reserved as a command on the instrument, the user
name “quit” is not allowed.
• Setting the password
Set the password using up to 6 alphanumeric characters.
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By setting the login and timeout, you can achieve the following:
• Prevent invalid access to the recorder from the network.
• Grant authority in operating the recorder via Ethernet communications.
• Disconnect connections when there are no data transfers over a predetermined
time period.
Note that the Ethernet interface must be configured beforehand (see section 2.3).
2.7 Setting the Login/Timeout for Ethernet Communications
Note
•
•
•
•
The relationship between the login function and the user name that is used when accessing
the recorder is as follows.
• When the login function is set to “Enable”
• The registered user name and password can be used to login to the recorder.
• The user level is the level that was specified when the user name was registered.
• When the login function is set to “Disable”
• The user name “admin” can be used to login to the recorder as an administrator.
Password is not necessary.
• The user name “user” can be used to access the recorder as a user. Password is not
necessary.
When the recorder is an FTP server, the user name “anonymous” has a special role.
• When the login function is set to “Enable”
• If a user name “anonymous” is registered in the recorder, this user name can be used
to login to the recorder.
• Password is not necessary (login is possible regardless of whether or not the password
is specified).
• The user level is the level of the user who specified the user name “anonymous.”
• When the login function is set to “Disable”
• The user name “anonymous” can be used to login to the recorder.
• Password is not necessary (login is possible regardless of whether or not the password
is specified).
• The user level is “User.”
There are limitations on the number of simultaneous connections or simultaneous uses of the
recorder from the PC (see section 2.1).
For a description of the login process of the setting/measurement server and maintenance/
test server, see appendix 7.
Communication timeout
• Enabling/Disabling the timer (ON/OFF)
• On
The connection is dropped if no data transfer is detected over a predetermined
period of time. This applies to data transfer at the application level only (see
section 1.1).
• Off
Communication timeout is disabled.
• Setting the timeout time
When the communication timeout is enabled and if no data transfer is detected
over the time period specified here, the connection is dropped.
Range: 1 to 120 minutes
Enabling/Disabling keepalive (On/Off)
• On
If there is no response to the test packet that is periodically transmitted (every 30 s)
at the TCP level, the connection is dropped.
• Off
Keepalive is disabled.
Storing the settings
To activate the settings made in the basic setting mode, the settings must be saved.
Otherwise, the settings return to the previous values.
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Procedure
For the basic flow of operations, see “Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys” on
page vi. For the procedures related to entering character strings and values, see the
recorder’s manual
4.
Press the Menu key to display the setting menu.
Press the FUNC key for approximately 3 s to display the basic setting menu.
Press the [#10 (Communication)] soft key to display the communication function
setting menu.
Press the [#5 (Control (Login, Timeout))] soft key to display the Communication
(Control -Login, Time out-) menu.
Enabling/Disabling the login function of the recorder
5.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Use/Not] box under Ethernet
login.
6.
Press either the [Use] or [Not] soft key. If you select [Use], go to step 7. If you
select [Not], go to step 20.
Registering users
• Selecting the user level for the registered user
7.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Level] box.
8.
Press one of the keys from [admin] to [user6] to select the user level. To set the
user level to administrator, select [admin]. To set the user level to user, select
[user1] to [user6].
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2.
3.
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2.7 Setting the Login/Timeout for Ethernet Communications
• Selecting whether or not to register the user (On/Off)
9.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [On/Off] box under Level.
10.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key. If you select [On], go to step 11. If you
select [Off], go to step 19.
• Setting the user name
11. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [User name] box.
12.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
13.
14.
In the box, enter the user name for the user at the specified level.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [User name]
box.
• Setting the password
15. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Password] box.
16.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
17.
18.
In the box, enter the password for the user.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Password]
box.
To register another user, repeat steps 7 to 18.
19.
Setting the communication timeout
• Enabling/Disabling communication timeout (On/Off)
20. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [On/Off] box under
communication timeout.
21.
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Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key. If you select [On], go to step 22. If you
select [Off], go to step 26.
2.7 Setting the Login/Timeout for Ethernet Communications
• Setting the communication timeout time
22. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Time] box.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
24.
25.
In the box, enter the communication timeout time.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered value is set in the [Time] box.
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23.
Enabling/Disabling keepalive (On/Off)
26. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [On/Off] box under keepalive.
27.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
28. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
Storing the new settings
29. Press the ESC key several times to display the basic setting menu.
30. Pressing the [End] soft key to display a dialog box which you select whether or
not to store the new settings.
31.
Select the [Yes] to store the new settings, the [No] to discard them, or the
[Cancel] to return to the basic setting menu by pressing the arrow key. Then,
press the DISP/ENTER key.
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2.8
Displaying the Log Screen of the Error,
Communication, and FTP
Explanation
Displaying the error log
A log of operation errors is displayed on the error log screen. Up to the last 50
operation errors are logged. When the number of log entries exceeds 50, room is
made by clearing the oldest entries. For the meanings of the error messages, see
appendix 6.
Error code
Date and time when
the error occurred
Error message
Up to 24 characters
", ," indicates the message has
characters that are not displayed.
Displaying the communication log
A log of input and output incidents of the communication interface is displayed on the
communication log screen. Up to a total of 200 incidents of input and output are
logged. When the number of log entries exceeds 200, room is made by clearing the
oldest entries. For the meanings of the messages, see “Communication Log” in
section 6.2.
Message
(up to 20 characters)
I/O symbol
(> : input, < : output)
A number used to identify the user that is connected
(See “Communication log” in section 6.2.)
Date and time when the access occurred
Displaying the FTP log
A log of file transfers is displayed on the FTP log screen. Up to the last 50 accesses
are logged. When the number of log entries exceeds 50, room is made by clearing
the oldest entries. For the meanings of the messages, see appendix 6.
File name (8 characters)
FTP server (P : primary, S : secondary)
Error code
Date and time when the file transfer was made
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Displaying the Web operation log
You can display a log (record) of the operations carried out using the Web screen on
the Web operation log screen. Up to 50 previous operations are logged. Logs that
exceed 50 operations are cleared from the oldest ones. For the meaning of the
messages, see “Web Operation Log” in section 6.2.
Operation
Error code (see appendix 6)
Displaying the e-mail log
You can display a log (record) of e-mail transmissions on the e-mail log screen. Up to
50 previous e-mail transmissions are logged. Logs that exceed 50 transmissions are
cleared from the oldest ones. For the meaning of the messages, see “E-mail Log” in
section 6.2.
Recipient address
Recipient No.
Error code (see appendix 6)
Date/time Mail type
Note
•
•
In addition to these logs, there is also a key login log. For details regarding the key login log
screen, see the recorder’s manual
The error/communication/FTP/Web operation/e-mail log data can be output. For the data
output format, see section 6.2.
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Date/time Type
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2.8 Displaying the Log Screen of the Error, Communication, and FTP
Procedure
Displaying the error log
1.
Press the FUNC key to display the FUNC menu. The construction of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options.
2.
Press the [Log] soft key to display the log screen menu.
3.
Press the [Error] soft key to display the error log screen.
Displaying the communication log
1.
Press the FUNC key to display the FUNC menu. The construction of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options.
2.
Press the [Log] soft key to display the log screen menu.
3.
Press the [Commu] soft key to display the communication log screen.
Displaying the FTP log
1.
Press the FUNC key to display the FUNC menu. The construction of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options.
2.
Press the [Log] soft key to display the log screen menu.
3.
Press the [FTP] soft key to display the FTP log screen.
Displaying the Web operation log
1.
Press the FUNC key to display the FUNC menu. The construction of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options.
2.
Press the [Log] soft key to display the log screen menu.
3.
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Press the [Web] soft key to display the Web operation log screen.
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Displaying the e-mail log
1.
Press the FUNC key to display the FUNC menu. The construction of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options.
2.
Press the [Log] soft key to display the log screen menu.
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3.
2
Press the [E-Mail] soft key to display the e-mail log screen.
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2.9
Setting the Web Server Function
Explanation
Enabling/Disabling the Web server function
Select Use or Not (don’t use).
Page type (type of screen to be displayed)
• Monitor
• The screen displayed on the recorder is displayed.
• The following information can be displayed.
• Alarm summary
• Measured and computed values of all channels
• Logs (message log, error log, key login log, FTP log, e-mail log, and Web operation
log)
• For screen examples, see section 2.10.
• Operator
The following operations can be carried out in addition to the functions available on
the monitor page.
• Switch the screen on the recorder by specifying the screen type (trend, digital, or
bar graph) and group.
• Operate the DISP/ENTER key and arrow keys on the recorder.
• Set and write a message on the recorder.
• For screen examples, see section 2.10.
Monitor page
• Selecting whether or not to use the monitor page
• On
Display the monitor page on the browser.
• Off
Do not use the monitor page.
• Selecting whether or not to use the access control
• On
Use the access control. You must enter the user name and password to display
the monitor page.
• Off
Do not use the access control.
• Setting the user name
Enter the user name using up to 16 alphanumeric characters.
• Setting the password
Set the password using up to six alphanumeric characters.
Operator page
• Selecting whether or not to use the operator page
• On
Display the operator page on the browser.
• Off
Do not use the operator page.
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Saving the settings
To activate the settings that have been changed in the basic setting mode, the settings
must be saved. Otherwise, the settings that existed before the change are activated.
Setting the time difference from GMT
See “Setting the Time Zone” in the recorder’s manual.
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• Selecting whether or not to use command input
• On
Use the command to set and write messages.
• Off
Do not use the command to set and write messages.
• Selecting whether or not to use the access control
• On
Use the access control. You must enter the user name and password to display
the operator page.
• Off
Do not use the access control.
• Setting the user name
Enter the user name using up to 16 alphanumeric characters.
• Setting the password
Set the password using up to six alphanumeric characters.
2.9 Setting the Web Server Function
Procedure
For the basic flow of operations, see “Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys” on
page vi. For the procedures related to entering character strings and values, see the
recorder’s manual
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU key to display the setting menu.
Press the FUNC key for approximately 3 s to display the basic setting menu.
Press the [#11 (Web,E-Mail)] soft key to display the Web and e-mail setting
menu.
Press the [#1 (Web)] soft key to display the Web menu.
Enabling/Disabling the Web server function
5.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Use/Not] box.
6.
Press either the [Use] or [Not] soft key. If you select [Use], go to step 7. If you
select [Not], go to step 28.
Page type (type of screen to be displayed)
7.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Page type] box.
8.
Press either the [Operator] or [Monitor] soft key. If you select [Operator], go to
step 9. If you select [Monitor], go to step 23.
Operator page
• Selecting whether or not to use the operator page
9.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [On/Off] box.
10.
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Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key. If you select [On], go to step 11. If you
select [Off], go to step 28.
2.9 Setting the Web Server Function
• Selecting whether or not to use command input
11. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Command] box.
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12.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
• Selecting whether or not to use the access control
13. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Access control] box.
14.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key. If you select [On], go to step 15. If you
select [Off], go to step 28.
• Setting the user name
15. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [User name] box.
16.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
17.
18.
In the box, enter the user name.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [User name]
box.
• Setting the password
19. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Password] box.
20.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
21.
22.
In the box, enter the password.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Password]
box.
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Monitor page
• Selecting whether or not to use the monitor page
23. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [On/Off] box.
24.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key. If you select [On], go to step 25. If you
select [Off], go to step 28.
• Selecting whether or not to use the access control
25. Set whether use or not use the access control using the same method as steps
13 and 14.
• Setting the user name
26. Set whether use or not use the access control using the same method from
steps 15 through 18.
• Setting the password
27. Set whether use or not use the access control using the same method from
steps 19 through 22.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
28. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
Storing the new settings
29. Press the ESC key several times to display the basic setting menu.
30. Pressing the [End] soft key to display a dialog box which you select whether or
not to store the new settings.
31.
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Select the [Yes] to store the new settings, the [No] to discard them, or the
[Cancel] to return to the basic setting menu by pressing the arrow key. Then,
press the DISP/ENTER key.
2.10 Using the Monitor Page and Operator Page
Explanation
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Browser application that can be used
Operations have been confirmed on the following browsers.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 to 5.5
Setting the URL
Set the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) appropriately according to the network
environment that you are using. You can access the recorder by setting the URL as
follows:
• http://host name.domain name/file name
• http: Protocol used to access the server. HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol).
• Host name.domain name: Host name and domain name of the recorder. You can
also use the IP address in place of the host name and domain name.
• File name: File name of the monitor page and operator page of the recorder.
File name of the monitor page: monitor.htm
File name of the operator page: operator.htm
If the file name is left out, the monitor page is specified. If the monitor page is not
used, however, the operator page is specified.
Example
To display the operator page using Internet Explorer on a PC in the same domain as
the recorder (the domain name, host name, and IP address are taken to be
“good.co.jp,” “aaaa,” “and 123.456.789.123,” respectively).
Address: http://aaaa.good.co.jp/operator.htm or
Address: http://123.456.789.123/operator.htm
Contents on the monitor page
Refreshes the screen automatically
Selects the screen size
Menu
• Refreshes the screen
• Displays the alarm summary
• Displays the measured
/computed data
• Displays logs
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This section describes how to display the monitor page and operator page and the
operation on each page.
2.10 Using the Monitor Page and Operator Page
• Screen displayed by the recorder
• When the recorder is in the operation mode*, the screen displayed on the recorder
(trend, digital, bar graph, overview, alarm summary, message summary, memory
summary, report, or historical trend) is displayed on the monitor page.
• When the recorder is in the setting mode* or basic setting mode*, the monitor page
cannot be displayed. An error message is displayed.
*
For details on the operation mode, setting mode and basic setting mode, see the
recorder’s manual
Note
A character “°” that is set on the recorder is displayed as a character “^” on the Web browser
screen.
• Refreshing the monitor page
The monitor page can be refreshed automatically or manually.
• Auto refresh ON
The monitor page is refreshed at a refresh rate of approximately 30 s.
• Auto refresh OFF
Monitor page is not automatically refreshed. You can refresh the page manually.
However, the page cannot be refreshed in approximately 30 seconds after the
page refreshment.
• Zooming out of the screen
The recorder screen that is displayed on the monitor page can be expanded to 200%
in size.
• Displaying the alarm summary
Displays the alarm summary. Click Refresh to refresh the data.
Refreshes the page.
• Displaying measured/computed data
Displays the measured/computed data of all channels (excludes measurement
channels set to skip and computation channels set to Off). Click Refresh to refresh
the data.
• Displaying the log
Displays the message log, error log, FTP log, key login log, Web operation log, and email log. Click Refresh to refresh the data.
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Message log
Selects log type.
Refreshes screen.
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Error log
FTP log
Key login log
E-mail log
Web operation log
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Contents of the operator page
Refreshes the screen automatically
Selects the screen size
Menu
• Refreshes the screen
• Displays the alarm summary
• Displays the measured
/computed data
• Displays logs
• Sets and writes messages
Switches screens
Arrow keys and
the DISP/ENTER key
On the operator page, the following operations can be carried out in addition to the
information available on the monitor page.
• Switching trend, digital, and bar graph displays
Switch the screen on the recorder by specifying the group that will display the trend,
numerical, or bar graph display.
• Operating the recorder using the DISP/ENTER key and arrow keys on the
operator page
When the recorder is in the operation mode, you can use the DISP/ENTER key and
arrow keys on the operator page to carry out the same operations as the DISP/
ENTER key and arrow keys on the recorder.
• Setting and writing messages
Sets the message string for messages 1 through 8 on the recorder (16 alphanumeric
characters) and, at the same time, display them on the trend display and write them to
the internal memory. Existing messages are overwritten.
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Using the Monitor Page
This section gives an overview of the operations. Follow the operating procedures on
your PC.
Procedure
2
Start the browser and open the monitor page of the recorder. If access control
is specified, proceed to step 2. Otherwise, proceed to step 5.
Note
Monitor page can be displayed when the recorder is in the operation mode. An error
message is displayed when the recorder is in the setting mode or basic setting mode. For
details on the operation mode, setting mode and basic setting mode, see the recorder’s
manual
Entering the user name and password
• Entering the user name
2.
A window appears for you to enter the user name and password. Enter the user
name.
• Entering the password
3.
Enter the password. All characters are displayed as asterisks (*).
If the [Save the password] check box is selected, the window appears with the
saved password the next time (all characters are displayed as asterisks (*)).
4.
Click [OK] to display the monitor page.
Auto refreshing the display
5.
Click [Auto Refresh] to specify ON or OFF.
Refreshing the display manually
6.
Click [Refresh] in the display menu section to refresh the page.
Zooming out of the display
7.
Click [Zoom] to specify 100% or 200%.
Displaying the alarm summary
8.
Click [Alarm summary] in the display menu section to display the alarm
summary.
Click [Refresh] to refresh the alarm summary information.
Click [Close] to close the alarm summary window.
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2.10 Using the Monitor Page and Operator Page
Displaying measured/computed data
9.
Click [All channels] in the display menu section to display the measured/
computed data.
Click [Refresh] to refresh the measured/computed data.
Click [Close] to close the measured/computed data window.
Displaying the log
10. Click [Log] in the display menu section to display the log.
Click the box used to select the log type. The selected type of log is displayed.
Click [Refresh] to refresh the log information.
Click [Close] to close the log window.
Using the Operator Page
This section gives an overview of the operations. Follow the operating procedures on
your PC.
Procedure
1.
Start the browser and open the operator page of the recorder.
Note
Operator page can be displayed when the recorder is in the operation mode. An error
message is displayed when the recorder is in the setting mode or basic setting mode. For
details on the operation mode, setting mode and basic setting mode, see the recorder’s
manual
The following operations are the same as the monitor page. See “Using the Monitor
Page.”
• Entering the user name and password
• Auto refreshing the display
• Refreshing the display manually
• Zooming in or out of the display
• Displaying the alarm summary
• Displaying measured/computed data
• Displaying the log
The followings are the operations only on the operator page.
Setting/modifying and writing messages
When the command for writing messages is enabled (see section 2.9), [Message]
appears on the menu.
11. Click [Message] in the menu section to display the Message operate window.
Selects message.
Enters message.
Cancels message entered.
Sets and write message.
Displays the response
from the recorder
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12.
13.
Click the message number button to select the message.
Enter the message string in the message box and click [Set & Write]. The
message on the recorder is set and the message appears on the trend display
on the recorder. The message is also written to the internal memory.
To cancel the operation, click [Cancel].
•
•
The message is displayed on the trend display and written to the internal memory only when
the data acquisition to the internal memory is in progress on the recorder (The message is set
regardless of whether or not the data acquisition to the internal memory is in progress).
The response to the message setting and writing operations is displayed in the command
response section.
Switching trend, digital, and bar graph displays
14. Click [Select group] of the trend, digital, or bar graph display in the display
switch section to select the group. The recorder screen changes to the
specified display. The operator page is also refreshed.
Operating using the DISP/ENTER key and arrow keys
15. Click the [DISP/ENTER] key or arrow keys that are displayed on the operator
page to operate the recorder in the same fashion as the corresponding keys on
the recorder. The operator page is also refreshed.
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2.11 Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function
Explanation
To use the e-mail transmission function, set the following parameters in addition to those
described in section 2.3.
Basic settings of e-mail
• SMTP* server name
Set the SMTP server name (up to 64 alphanumeric characters) or the IP address of
the SMTP server.
*
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
• Port number
Set the port number to use. The default value is 25.
• Recipient 1
Set the transmission destination of the e-mail message using up to 150 alphanumeric
characters. You can specify multiple addresses. To specify multiple addresses,
delimit the addresses using spaces.
• Recipient 2
Set the transmission destination of the e-mail message using up to 150 alphanumeric
characters. You can specify multiple addresses. To specify multiple addresses,
delimit the addresses using spaces.
• Sender
Set the e-mail address using up to 64 alphanumeric characters. If the address is not
set, the first address set in the recipient box is used as the sender’s address instead.
Settings for transmitting alarm information
• Recipient 1, Recipient 2
Turns On/Off for each recipient.
• On
Transmits e-mail messages to the recipient.
• Off
Does not transmit e-mail messages to the recipient.
• Alarm number of which the alarm information is to be transmitted via the email message (alarm 1, alarm 2, alarm 3, and alarm 4)
You can turn On/Off the function for each alarm number. This setting is common to all
channels.
• On
If any one of the alarms corresponding to the relevant alarm number on all
channels changes (alarm occurrence or release), an e-mail message is
transmitted.
• Off
The alarm information of the alarm number is not transmitted.
• Contents of the transmitted mail
• Add instantaneous values
• On
Adds to the e-mail message the instantaneous values of all channels existing at
the time when the alarm condition changed.
• Off
The instantaneous values are not added to the e-mail message.
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Settings when transmitting e-mail messages at the specified time
• Recipient 1, Recipient 2
Turn On/Off for each recipient.
• On
Transmits e-mail messages to the recipient.
• Off
Does not transmit e-mail messages to the recipient.
• Interval
Time interval used to repeat the e-mail transmission starting from the Ref. Time.
Select from the following list of choices for each recipient.
1h, 2h, 3h, 4h, 6h, 8h, 12h, and 24h
• Ref. Time
Specify the time when the e-mail message is transmitted in the following range for
each recipient. The e-mail transmission is repeated every Interval from this point.
00:00 to 23:59
Example: If Ref. Time is 17:15 and Interval is 8h, e-mail messages are transmitted at
17:15, 01:15, and 09:15.
• Contents of the transmitted mail
• Including instantaneous values
• On
Includes the instantaneous values of all channels at the time of e-mail
transmission in the e-mail message.
• Off
The instantaneous values are not included in the e-mail message.
• Including the source URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
• On
If the Web server function is specified on the recorder, the URL of the recorder
is attached to the e-mail.
• Off
The URL of the recorder is not attached to the e-mail.
• Subject
Set the subject of the e-mail message using up to 32 alphanumeric characters.
The default value is “Periodic_data.”
• Header 1
Set the string to be attached to the e-mail message using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
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• Add sender URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
• On
If the Web server function is specified on the recorder, the URL of the recorder
is attached to the e-mail.
• Off
The URL of the recorder is not attached to the e-mail.
• Subject
Set the subject of the e-mail message using up to 32 alphanumeric characters.
The default value is “Alarm_summary.”
• Header1
Set the string to be attached to the e-mail message using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
• Header2
Set the string to be attached to the e-mail message using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
2.11 Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function
• Header 2
Set the string to be attached to the e-mail message using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
Settings When Transmitting E-mail Messages at the Time of Recovery from a
Power Failure (System E-Mail Settings)
• Recipient 1, Recipient 2
You can turn On/Off the function for each recipient.
• On
Transmits e-mail messages to the recipient.
• Off
Does not transmit e-mail messages to the recipient.
• Contents of the transmitted mail
• Including the source URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
• On
If the Web server function is specified on the recorder, the URL of the recorder
is attached to the e-mail.
• Off
The URL of the recorder is not attached to the e-mail.
• Subject
Set the subject of the e-mail message using up to 32 alphanumeric characters.
The default value is “System_warning.”
• Header 1
Set the string to be attached to the e-mail message using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
• Header 2
Set the string to be attached to the e-mail message using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
Settings When Transmitting E-mail Messages at the Time of Reports Are Created
(Only on Models with the Computation Function Option (/M1))
• Recipient 1, Recipient 2
You can turn On/Off the function for each recipient.
• On
Transmits e-mail messages to the recipient.
• Off
Does not transmit e-mail messages to the recipient.
• Contents of the transmitted mail
• Including the source URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
• On
If the Web server function is specified on the recorder, the URL of the recorder
is attached to the e-mail.
• Off
The URL of the recorder is not attached to the e-mail.
• Subject
Set the subject of the e-mail message using up to 32 alphanumeric characters.
The default value is “Report_data.”
• Header 1
Set the string to be attached to the e-mail message using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
• Header 2
Set the string to be attached to the e-mail message using up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
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2.11 Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function
Saving the settings
To activate the settings that have been changed in the basic setting mode, the settings
must be saved. Otherwise, the settings that existed before the change are activated.
2
Note
Procedure
For the basic flow of operations, see “Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys” on
page vi. For the procedures related to entering character strings and values, see the
recorder’s manual
1.
2.
3.
Press the MENU key to display the setting menu.
Press the FUNC key for approximately 3 s to display the basic setting menu.
Press the [#11 (Web,E-Mail)] soft key to display the Web and e-mail setting
menu.
Basic settings of e-mail
4.
Press the [#2 (Basic E-Mail settings)] soft key to display the Web menu.
• SMTP* server name
5.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [SMTP server name] box.
6.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
7.
8.
In the box, enter the SMTP server name.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [SMTP
server name] box.
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A character “°” that is set on the recorder is displayed as a character “^” on the Web browser
screen.
2.11 Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function
• Port number
9.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Port number] box.
10.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
11.
12.
In the box, enter the port number.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Port
number] box.
• Recipient 1
13. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Recipient 1] box.
14.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
15.
16.
In the box, enter the address of the recipient 1.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Recipient 1]
box.
• Recipient 2
17. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Recipient 2] box.
18. Set the address of the recipient 2 using the same method as setting the address
of the recipient 1.
• Sender
19. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Sender] box.
20.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
21.
22.
In the box, enter the address of the sender.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Sender] box.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
23. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
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2.11 Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function
• [Alarm E-Mail settings]
• Recipient 1, Recipient 2
25. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Recipient 1] box or the [Recipient
2] box.
26.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
• Alarm number of which the alarm information is to be transmitted via the email message
27. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to one of the [Alarm 1] through [Alarm 4]
boxes.
28.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
• Add instantaneous values
29. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Include instantaneous value]
box.
30.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
• Add sender URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
31. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Include source URL] box.
32.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key.
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[Alarm E-Mail], [Scheduled E-Mail], [System E-Mail], [Report E-Mail]
24. Press the ESC key to display the Web, e-mail setting menu. Press the soft key
to display the setting menu to be set.
[Alarm E-Mail]: Go to step 25.
[Scheduled E-Mail]: Go to step 42.
[System E-Mail]: Go to step 54.
[Report E-Mail]: Go to step 59.
2.11 Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function
• Subject
33. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Subject] box.
34.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
35.
36.
In the box, enter the subject.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Subject]
box.
• Header
37. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to either the [Header 1] box or the
[Header 2] box.
38.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
39.
40.
In the box, enter the character strings.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Header] box.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
41. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
• [Scheduled E-Mail]
• Recipient 1, Recipient 2
42. Set the address of the recipient 1 and 2 using the same method as steps 25 and
26.
• Interval
43. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Interval] box.
44.
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Press one of the soft keys from [1h] to [24h] to select the interval.
2.11 Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function
• Ref. Time
45. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Ref. Time] box.
2
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
47.
48.
In the box, enter the reference time.
Press the DISP/ENTER key. The entered string/value is set in the [Ref. Time]
box.
• Add instantaneous values
49. Set whether add or not the instantaneous values to the e-mail message using
the same method as steps 29 and 30.
• Add sender URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
50. Set whether add or not the sender URL to the e-mail message using the same
method as steps 31 and 32.
• Subject
51. Set the subject using the same method from steps 33 through 36.
• Header
52. Set the header using the same method from steps 37 through 40.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
53. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
• [System E-Mail]
• Recipient 1, Recipient 2
54. Set the address of the recipient 1 and 2 using the same method as steps 25 and
26.
• Add sender URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
55. Set whether add or not the sender URL to the e-mail message using the same
method as steps 31 and 32.
• Subject
56. Set the subject using the same method from steps 33 through 36.
• Header
57. Set the header using the same method from steps 37 through 40.
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46.
2.11 Setting the E-Mail Transmission Function
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
58. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
• [Report E-Mail]
• Recipient 1, Recipient 2
59. Set whether add or not the sender URL to the e-mail message using the same
method as steps 31 and 32.
• Add sender URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
60. Set whether add or not the sender URL to the e-mail message using the same
method as steps 31 and 32.
• Subject
61. Set the subject using the same method from steps 33 through 36.
• Header
62. Set the header using the same method from steps 37 through 40.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
63. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
Storing the new settings
64. Press the ESC key several times to display the basic setting menu.
65. Pressing the [End] soft key to display a dialog box which you select whether or
not to store the new settings.
66.
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Select the [Yes] to store the new settings, the [No] to discard them, or the
[Cancel] to return to the basic setting menu by pressing the arrow key. Then,
press the DISP/ENTER key.
2.12 Performing an E-Mail Transmission Test
Explanation
Checking the results of the e-mail transmission test
• The result of the e-mail transmission test can be confirmed by displaying the e-mail
log (displayed on the recorder (see section 2.8)) or Web browser screen (see section
2.10) or by outputting the result using the FL command (see section 5.8).
• If an error message is displayed on the recorder, see appendix 5, “A List of Error
Messages.”
Contents of the test e-mail message
The figure below shows the contents of the test e-mail message.
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 07:25:20 +0900 (JST)
Subject: (Recorder) Test_mail
To: [email protected]
Test mail.
<Host name>
ABC
<Time>
Oct.23 07:25:20
Procedure
Performing e-mail transmission test
1.
Press the FUNC key. The FUNC menu appears. The structure of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options.
2.
Press the E-Mail test soft key. A menu appears for you to select the recipient
for the e-mail transmission test.
3.
Press the Recipient 1 or Recipient 2 soft key. The e-mail transmission test is
executed for the selected recipient.
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You can transmit a test e-mail message to recipient 1 or recipient 2 that you specified in
section 2.11 to confirm whether or not e-mail messages can be transmitted.
Items to check before performing this test
• Connect the Ethernet cable correctly. For the connection procedure, see section 2.2.
• Check that the Ethernet interface settings are correct. For the procedure, see section
2.3 or 2.5.
• Check that the e-mail settings are correct. For the procedure, see section 2.11.
When setting the Ethernet interface or e-mail, check the settings with your system or
network administrator.
2.13 Starting/Stopping E-Mail Transmissions
Explanation
Starting/Stopping e-mail transmissions
• If the e-mail transmission is started, the e-mail transmission function is activated.
• If the e-mail transmission is stopped, the e-mail transmission function is disabled. The
e-mail messages that have not been transmitted are cleared.
Note
•
•
If the recorder enters the basic setting mode while the e-mail transmission is started, the email transmission is stopped. If the recorder returns to the operation mode from the basic
setting mode, the condition that existed before entering the basic setting mode is resumed.
If a e-mail transmission fails, the recorder retransmits the e-mail three times at intervals of 30
seconds, 1 minute, and 3 minutes. If all of the transmission fail, the mail is discarded. When
e-mail is canceled, the mail canceled to the scheduled e-mail is described.
Contents of the e-mail message
The figure below shows an example of an e-mail message.
Alarm e-mail
Report e-mail
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 13:08:23 +0900 (JST)
Subject: (recorder) Alarm_summary
To: [email protected], [email protected]
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 23:00:09 +0900 (JST)
Subject: (recorder) Report_data
To:[email protected], [email protected]
LOOP1
TEMPERATURE
Subject
Header1
Header2
LOOP1 DAILY
RAW MATERIAL
Oct.23 23:00:00
<CH>01
Channel no.
Alarm no./type <Ave>-0.226
<Max>0.698
Alarm date/time <Min>-0.972
<Sum>-1.537000E+01
<Unit>V
<Inst. value>
Oct.24 13:08:17
01=-0.312V
02=-0.267V
03=-0.245V
.
.
29=-0.645V
30=-0.649V
Access the following URL in order to look at
http://aaaa.good.co.jp/
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Header1
Header2
Hourly report.
<Host name>
ABC
Alarm summary.
<Host name>
ABC
<CH>03
<Type>1R
<On>Oct.24 13:05:16
<Off>Oct.24 13:08:17
Subject
<CH>02
<Ave>-0.225
<Max>0.700
<Min>-0.971
.
Sender URL
Date/time
Channel no.
Report data
2.13 Starting/Stopping E-Mail Transmissions
Scheduled e-mail (including the description
when e-mail is canceled)
System e-mail (power recoery)
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 01:00:09 +0900 (JST)
Subject: (recorder) Periodic_data
To: [email protected]
From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 07:31:58 +0900 (JST)
Subject: (recorder) System_warning
To: [email protected], [email protected]
Subject
Periodic data.
<Host name>
ABC
<Time>
Oct.23 01:00:01
Date/time
<Send time>
10/05 08:00:01
E-mail message(s) did not reach intended
recipient(s).
Alarm_Summary
Count=1
Oct.03 09:45:00
LOOP1
RAW MATERIAL
Header1
Header2
Power failure.
<Host name>
ABC
Message
<Power fail>Oct.23 07:30:12
<Power on>Oct.23 07:31:32
Details
Subject of e-mail that could not be sent
Number of canceled e-mail
Time of last canceled e-mail
Procedure
Starting the e-mail transmission
1.
Press the FUNC key. The FUNC menu appears. The structure of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options. If Next is displayed
as a choice, this indicates that there are multiple lines of choices. Press the
Next soft key to display the menu with the E-Mail start item.
2.
Press the E-mail start soft key. E-mail transmission is started. An e-mail
transmission function icon (
) is displayed in the status display section of the
recorder.
Stopping the e-mail transmission
1.
Press the FUNC key. The FUNC menu appears. The structure of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options. If Next is displayed
as a choice, this indicates that there are multiple lines of choices. Press the
Next soft key to display the menu with the E-Mail stop item.
2.
Press the E-mail stop soft key. E-mail transmission is stopped. The e-mail
transmission function icon disappears from the status display section of the
recorder.
Note
The [E-Mail START] and [E-Mail STOP] soft keys are displayed on the FUNC key menu when
the [Recipient1] or [Recipient2] for alarm, scheduled, system, or report e-mails is set to [ON].
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Header1
Header2
LOOP1
Scheduled
Subject
Chapter 3 Using the Serial Interface (Option)
3.1
Serial Interface (Option) Specifications
The specifications for the two types of serial interfaces (RS-232 and RS-422A/485) on
the recorder are given below.
RS-232 Interface Specifications
3
D-Sub 9 pin plug
Electrical, mechanical
specifications
Conforms to the EIA-574 standard (for the 9-pin interface of the
EIA-232 (RS-232) standard)
Connection
Point-to-point
Communication
Half-duplex
Synchronization
Start-stop synchronization
Baud rate
Select from 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400[bps]
Start bit
1 bit (fixed)
Data length
Select 7 or 8 bits (Select 8 bits when outputting data in binary format.)
Parity
Select odd, even, or none
Stop bit
1 bit (fixed)
Hardware handshaking
Select whether to fix the CA and CB signals to TRUE or to use the
signal for flow control.
Software handshaking
Select whether to use the X-ON and X-OFF signals to control the
transmitted data only or both the transmitted and received data.
X-ON (ASCII 11H), X-OFF (ASCII 13H)
Received buffer size
2047 bytes
RS-422A/485 Interface Specifications
Terminal block type
6 point, terminal block, terminal screws: ISO M4/nominal length 6 mm
Electrical, mechanical
specifications
Conforms to EIA-422A (RS-422A) and EIA-485 (RS-485) standards
Connection
Multidrop
Four-wire type
Two-wire type
1 : 32
1 : 31
Communication
Half-duplex
Synchronization
Start-stop synchronization
Baud rate
Select from 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400[bps]
Start bit
1 bit (fixed)
Data length
Select 7 or 8 bits
Parity
Select odd, even, or none
Stop bit
1 bit (fixed)
Received buffer size
2047 bytes
Escape sequence
Open and close
Electric characteristics
FG, SG, SDB, SDA, RDB, RDA (six points)
SG, SDB, SDA, RDB, and RDA terminals and the internal circuit of the
recorder is functionally isolated.
FG terminal is the frame ground.
Communication distance Up to 1.2 km
Terminator
External: recommended resistance 120 Ω, 1/2 W
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Using the Serial Interface (Option)
Connector type
3.2
RS-232 Interface Connector Pin Arrangement
and Signal Names, the Connection Procedure,
and Handshaking
Connector Pin Arrangement and Signal Names
Connector pin arrangement
2
1
3
4
5
(Rear panel)
6
7
8
9
Pin No.
Signal Name
Signal Meaning
2
RD (Received Data)
Received data from the PC. Input signal.
3
SD (Send Data)
Send data to the PC. Output signal.
5
SG (Signal Ground)
Signal ground.
7
RS (Request to Send)
Handshaking signal used when receiving data
from the PC. Output signal.
8
CS (Clear to Send)
Handshaking signal used when sending data to
the PC. Input signal.
*
Pins 1, 4, 6, and 9 are not used.
Table of RS-232 Standard Signal and Their JIS and ITU-T Abbreviations
Abbreviation
Pin No.
(9-pin connector)
RS-232
ITU-T
JIS
5
AB (GND)
102
SG
Signal ground
3
BA (TXD)
103
SD
Transmitted data
2
BB (RXD)
104
RD
Received data
7
CA (RTS)
105
RS
Request to send
8
CB (CTS)
106
CS
Clear to send
Description
Connection Procedure
Signal direction
RS[Request to send]
7
CS[Clear to send]
8
SD[Send data]
3
RD[Receive data]
2
PC
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Recorder
3.2 RS-232 Interface Connector Pin Arrangement and Signal Names, the Connection Procedure, and Handshaking
Connection example
• OFF-OFF/XON-XON
PC
• CS-RS(CTS-RTS)
Recorder
3
2
7
8
5
SD
RD
RS
CS
SG
SD
RD
RS
CS
SG
PC
Recorder
SD
RD
RS
CS
SG
3
2
7
8
5
SD
RD
RS
CS
SG
3
• XON-RS(XON-RTS)
SD
RD
RS
CS
SG
Handshaking
When using the RS-232 interface for transferring data, it is necessary for equipment on
both sides to agree on a set of rules to ensure the proper transfer of data. The set of
rules is called handshaking. Because there are many handshaking methods that can be
used between the instrument and the PC, one must make sure that the same method is
chosen by both the recorder and the PC. You can choose any of the four methods
shown in the following table.
Table of Handshaking Methods (
indicates that it is supported)
Data Transmission Control
(Control used to send data to a PC)
Hardware
Software
handshaking
handshaking
Handshaking method
Stops
transmission
when X-OFF
is received.
Resume
when X-ON
is received.
Stops transmission
No
when CB (CTS)
handshaking
is false.
Resume when
it is true.
Data Reception Control
(Control used to receive data from a PC)
Hardware
Software
handshaking
handshaking
Send X-OFF
when the
received data
buffer is 3/4th
filled. Send
X-ON when the
received data
buffer becomes
1/4th filled.
Set CA (RTS) to
No
False when the
received data buffer handshaking
is 3/4th filled. Set to
True when the
received data buffer
becomes 1/4th filled.
OFF-OFF
XON-XON
XON-RS
CS-RS
OFF-OFF
• Data transmission control
There is no handshaking between the recorder and the PC. The X-OFF and X-ON
signals are treated as data, and the CS signal is ignored.
• Data reception control
There is no handshaking between the recorder and the PC. When the received
buffer becomes full, all overflow data are discarded.
The RS signal is fixed to True.
3-3
Using the Serial Interface (Option)
Recorder The RS on the PC side and the CS
on the instrument side do not need
3 SD
to be connected for control.
2 RD
However, we recommend that they
7 RS
8 CS
be connected so that the cable
5 SG
can be connected in either direction.
PC
3.2 RS-232 Interface Connector Pin Arrangement and Signal Names, the Connection Procedure, and Handshaking
XON-XON
• Data transmission control
Software handshaking is performed between the recorder and the PC. When an XOFF code is received while sending data to the PC, the recorder stops the data
transmission. When it receives the next X-ON code, it resumes the data
transmission. The CS signal received from the PC is ignored.
• Data reception control
Software handshaking is performed between the recorder and the PC. When the
amount of used space in the received buffer reaches 1537 bytes, the X-OFF code
is transmitted. When the amount of used space in the received buffer falls to 511
bytes, X-ON code is transmitted. The RS signal is fixed to True.
XON-RS
• Data transmission control
Software handshaking is performed between the recorder and the PC. When an XOFF code is received while sending data to the PC, the recorder stops the data
transmission. When it receives the next X-ON code, it resumes the data
transmission. CS signal from the PC is ignored.
• Data reception control
Hardware handshaking is performed between the recorder and the PC. When the
amount of used space in the received buffer reaches 1537 bytes, the RS signal is
set to “False.” When the amount of used space in the received buffer falls to 511
bytes, the RS signal is set to “True.”
CS-RS
• Data transmission control
Hardware handshaking is performed between the recorder and the PC. When the
CS signal becomes False while sending data to the PC, the recorder stops the data
transmission. When the CS signal becomes True, it resumes the data
transmission. X-OFF is treated as data.
• Data reception control
Hardware handshaking is performed between the recorder and the PC. When the
amount of used space in the received buffer reaches 1537 bytes, the RS signal is
set to “False.” When the amount of used space in the received buffer falls to 511
bytes, the RS signal is set to “True.”
Note
•
•
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The PC program must be designed so that the received buffers of both the recorder and the
PC do not become full.
When using XON-XON, output the data in ASCII format.
3.3
RS-422A/485 Interface Pin Arrangement and
Signal Names and the Connection Procedure
Pin Arrangement and Signal Names
Retaining screw
Cable receptacle
3
(Rear Panel)
FG (Frame Ground)
Case ground of the recorder.
SG (Signal Ground)
Signal ground.
SDB (Send Data B)
Send data B (+).
SDA (Send Data A)
Send data A (−).
RDB (Received Data B)
Received data B (+).
RDA (Received Data A)
Received data A (−).
Connection Procedure
Cable
There are two types of cables available, the four-wire cable and the two-wire cable
(used only for the Modbus protocol). The cable should meet the following specifications.
Cable
Twisted-pair cable
3 pairs AWG24-14 (four-wire), 2 pair AWG24-14 (two-wire)
Characteristic impedance
100 Ω
Capacitance
50 pF/m
Cable length
Up to 1.2 km*
*
The transmission distance of the RS-422A/485 interface is not the straight-line distance, but
rather the total length of the (twisted-pair shielded) cable.
Cable connection procedure
WARNING
To prevent electric shock, turn OFF the power when connecting cables.
1.
2.
3.
Loosen the retaining screw above the cable receptacle with a flathead screwdriver.
Insert the cable into the receptacle, then tighten the screw.
Check the cable to ensure it is securely connected.
Four-wire
FG
SG
Two-wire
SDB SDA RDB RDA
Shield potential
Shield
FG
SG
Shield potential
SDB SDA RDB RDA
Shield
Recommended length of wire stripping: 9 mm, Recommended tightening torque: 0.4-0.5Nm
3-5
Using the Serial Interface (Option)
FG SG SDB SDA RDB RDA
3.3 RS-422A/485 Interface Pin Arrangement and Signal Names and the Connection Procedure
Note
•
•
Connect the RD pin to the SD (TD) pin on the PC (converter) side and the SD pin to the RD
pin on the PC side.
The two-wire cable can be used only when using the Modbus protocol.
Connection Example with the Host Computer
The instrument can be connected to a host computer that has an RS-232, RS-422A, or
RS-485 port.
• For RS-232, use the converter.
• For recommended converters, see the latter section “Serial Interface converter.”
• The two-wire cable can be used only when using the Modbus protocol. For the
configuration procedure, see section 3.5, “Configuring the Serial Interface.”
Four-wire system
In general, the instrument and the host computer are connected using a four-wire
cable. For the four-wire system, the transmission and reception lines must be
crossed.
Host
computer
Terminator (externally attached)
Terminator (externally attached) 120 Ω, 1/2 W or more
RS-422A/485
pins on the recorder
SD A
SDA( – )
(SDA)
SDB( + )
(SDB)
RDA( – )
(RD A)
SD A
SD B
SD B
SG
(SG)
SD B
(SDB)
RD A
(RD A)
RD B
(RD B)
(SDA)
(SDB)
RD A
RDB( + )
SD A
(SDA)
RD A
(RD A)
RD B
(RD B)
SG
RD B
(RD B)
SG
(SG)
FG
#1
FG
#2
Do not connect terminator to #1 to #n–1
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SG
(SG)
FG
#n
(#n ≤ 32)
3.3 RS-422A/485 Interface Pin Arrangement and Signal Names and the Connection Procedure
(The following diagram illustrates the case when the host computer’s interface
is RS-232)
Host
computer
Terminator (externally attached)
Terminator (externally attached) 120 Ω, 1/2 W or more
RS-232
SD A
(SDB)
RD( – )
(RD A)
RD( + )
(RD B)
(SDA)
SD B
SD B
(SDB)
(SDB)
RD A
RD A
(RD A)
RD A
(RD A)
RD B
RD B
(RD B)
RD B
(RD B)
SG
SG
(SG)
SG
(SG)
(SG)
FG
FG
#1
Converter
SD A
(SDA)
SD B
TD( + )
SHIELD
SD A
(SDA)
Using the Serial Interface (Option)
TD( – )
3
RS-422A/485
pins on the recorder
FG
#2
#n
(#n ≤ 32)
Do not connect terminator to #1 to #n–1
Two-wire system
Connect the transmission and reception signals with the same polarity on the RS422A/485 terminal block. The two-wire system can be used only when using the
Modbus protocol.
Host
computer
Terminator (externally attached)
Terminator (externally attached) 120 Ω, 1/2 W or more
RS-422A/485
pins on the recorder
SDA( – )
SDB( + )
SD A
(A)
(B)
RDA( – )
RDB( + )
SG
SD A
(A)
SD B
SD A
(A)
SD B
(B)
SD B
(B)
RD A
RD A
RD A
RD B
RD B
RD B
SG
(SG)
SG
(SG)
FG
#1
SG
(SG)
FG
#2
FG
#n
(#n ≤ 31)
Do not connect terminator to #1 to #n–1
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3.3 RS-422A/485 Interface Pin Arrangement and Signal Names and the Connection Procedure
(The following diagram illustrates the case when the host computer’s interface
is RS-232)
Host
computer
Terminator (externally attached)
Terminator (externally attached) 120 Ω, 1/2 W or more
RS-422A/485
pins on the recorder
RS-232
SD A
RD( – )
(A)
RD( + )
(B)
SD B
TD( – )
TD( + )
SHIELD
SD A
(A)
SD B
(B)
SD B
(B)
RD A
RD A
RD A
RD B
RD B
RD B
SG
SG
(SG)
(SG)
FG
#1
Converter
SD A
(A)
SG
(SG)
FG
#2
FG
#n
(#n ≤ 31)
Do not connect terminator to #1 to #n–1
Note
•
•
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The method used to eliminate noise varies depending on the situation. In the connection
example, only the cable shield on the recorder side is connected to ground (one-sided
grounding). This is effective when there is a difference in the electric potential between the
PC’s ground and the recorder’s ground. This may be the case for long distance
communications. If there is no difference in the electric potential between the PC and the
recorder, two-sided grounding, in which the PC side is also grounded, may be effective.
Furthermore, using two-sided grounding and connecting a serial capacitance on one-side
may be effective. Consider these possibilities to eliminate noise.
When using the two-wire type interface (Modbus protocol), the 485 driver must be set to high
impedance within 3.5 characters after the last data byte is sent by the host computer.
3.3 RS-422A/485 Interface Pin Arrangement and Signal Names and the Connection Procedure
Serial Interface Converter
Recommended converter: MODEL RC-57 by RA SYSTEMS CORP., or Z-101HE by
Sharp
CAUTION
Some converters not recommended by us have FG and SG pins that are not
isolated. In this case, do not connect anything to the FG and SG pins as shown
in the diagram on the previous page. This can generate a potential difference,
especially for long distance communications, and can damage the instrument or
cause communication abnormalities. For converters that do not have the SG
pin, they can be used without using the signal ground. For details, see the
manual that came with the converter.
3
For a two-wire system, the host computer must control the transmission driver of the
converter in order to prevent collisions of transmit and received data. When using the
recommended converter, the driver is controlled using the RS (RTS) signal on the RS232.
When the instrument that support only the RS-422A interface exist in the system
When using the four-wire type interface, up to 32 recorders can be connected to a
single host computer. However, this may not be true if the instrument that support
only the RS-422A interface exist in the system.
When our recorders that support only the RS-422A interface exist in the system
The maximum number of connection is 16. Some of our conventional recorders
(HR2400 and µR, for example) only support the RS-422A driver. In this case, only
up to 16 units can be connected.
Note
In the RS-422A standard, 10 is the maximum number of connections that are allowed on one
port (for a four-wire system).
Terminator
When using a multidrop connection (including a point-to-point connection), connect a
terminal resistance to the recorder on the end of the chain. Do not connect a terminal
resistance to a recorder in the middle of the chain. In addition, turn the terminator on
the host computer ON (see the computer’s manual). If a converter is being used, turn
ON its terminator. An external terminator must be attached to the recommended
converter. However, there are converters that have built-in terminations.
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Using the Serial Interface (Option)
On some non-recommended converters, the signal polarity may be reversed (A/B or
+/– indication). In this case, reverse the connection.
3.4
The Bit Structure of One Character and the
Operation of the Receive Buffer
The Bit Structure of One Character
The serial interface on the recorder communicates using start-stop synchronization.
With the start-stop synchronization, a start bit is added every time a character is
transmitted. The start bit is followed by the data bits, parity bit, and stop bit. (See the
figure below.)
Circuit back to idle state
(dotted line)
or the start bit of the next data
(solid line)
1 character
Data bits
(7 or 8 bits)
Circuit idle state
Parity bit
(Even, odd, or none)
Start bit
Stop bit (1 or 2 bits)
Receive Buffer and Received Data
The data received from the computer are first placed in the receive buffer of the recorder.
Depending on the available free space in the receive buffer, the received data are
processed as shown in the figure below. When the receive buffer becomes FULL,
overflow data are discarded.
2047 bytes
When handshaking is used, the
recorder stops data reception
Amount of used space is 1537 bytes
Amount of used space is 511 bytes
Free
Amount of used space is FULL
3-10
Free
when data in the buffer cannot
be processed fast enough and
the amount of used space
reaches 1537 bytes.
After the data reception is
stopped as described above,
data in the buffer continues to
be passed to the internal
program. When the amount of
used space falls to 511 bytes, it
resumes data reception.
If the buffer becomes full in
spite of the handshaking
control, all overflow data are
discarded.
3.5
Configuring the Serial Interface
Explanation
Selecting the baud rate
Select the baud rate from the following list.
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
3
Selecting the parity chec
Select the parity check from the following list
Odd, Even, Non
Selecting the handshaking metho
Select the handshaking method from the following list. This setting is valid only fo
the RS-232 interface
Off:Off, XON:XON, XON:RS, CS:R
Selecting the addres
Select the address from the following values. This setting is valid for the RS-422A
/485 interface and the Modbus protocol
1 to 3
Selecting the “Normal” protoco
When using the “Normal” protocol to communicate via RS-232 or RS-422A/485, selec
[Normal]
Selecting the communication interface used to output the data in the interna
memory and the files on the external storage mediu
Using output commands (ME/MI/MO commands), select the communicatio
interface used to output the data in the internal memory (display data, event data
TLOG data, manual sampled data, and report data) and the files on the externa
storage medium. Since Ethernet communications and serial communication
cannot be used simultaneously, you must select either one
When using serial communications, select [Serial]
Storing the setting
To activate the settings made in the basic setting mode, the settings must be saved
Otherwise, the settings return to the previous values
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Using the Serial Interface (Option)
Selecting the data length
Select the data length from the following list. Make sure to select 8 bits when
outputting data in binary format.
7, -
3.5 Configuring the Serial Interface
Procedure
For the basic flow of operations, see “Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys” on
page vi.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU key to display the setting menu.
Press the FUNC key for approximately 3 s to display the basic setting menu.
Press the [#10 (Communication)] soft key to display the communication function
setting menu.
Press the [#6 (Serial, Memory out)] soft key to display the communication
(Serial) menu.
Selecting the baud rate
5.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Baud rate] box.
6.
Press one of the soft keys from [1200] to [38400] to select the baud rate.
Selecting the data length
7.
Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Data length] box.
8.
Press the [7] or [8] soft key to select the data length.
Selecting the parity
9.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Parity] box.
10.
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Press one of the soft keys from [Odd] to [None] to select the parity check.
3.5 Configuring the Serial Interface
Selecting the handshaking
(Valid only for the RS-232 interface.)
11. Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Handshaking] box.
12.
Press one of the soft keys from [Off:Off] to [CS:RS] to select the handshaking
method.
Using the Serial Interface (Option)
Selecting the address
(Valid for the RS-422A/485 interface and the Modbus protocol)
13. Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Address] box.
14.
Press one of the soft keys from [1] to [32] to select the address.
Setting the protocol to “Normal”
15. Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Protocol] box.
16.
Press the [Normal] soft key.
Selecting the communication interface used to output the data in the internal
memory and the files on the external storage medium
17. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Memory out] box.
18.
3
Press either the [Ethernet] or the [Serial] soft key. Press the [Serial] soft key
when using serial communications.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
19. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
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3.5 Configuring the Serial Interface
Storing the new settings
20. Press the ESC key several times to display the basic configuration menu.
21. Press the [End] soft key to display a dialog box which you select whether or not
to store the new settings.
22.
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Select the [Yes] to store the new settings, the [No] to discard them, or the
[Cancel] to return to the basic setting menu by pressing the arrow key. Then,
press the DISP/ENTER key
Chapter 4 Using the Modbus Protocol
4.1
Modbus Protocol Specifications
The Modbus protocol can be used over the serial interface (RS-232 or RS-422A/485).
The Modbus specifications of the recorder are as follows.
Specification
Description
Transmission medium
RS-232 or RS-422A/485
Control (Flow control is not available.)
RS-232: None only
RS-422A/485: None only
Baud rate
Select from 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400 [bps]
Start bit
1 bit (fixed)
1 bit (fixed)
Parity check
Odd, Even, None
Transfer mode
RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) mode only
• Data length: 8 bits
• Data interval: time equivalent to 24 bits or less*
• Error detection: Uses CRC-16
* Time interval equivalent to 3.5 characters or more is used
to detect the end of the message.
Slave address
RS-232: 1 to 32
RS-422A/485: 1 to 32
Using the Modbus Protocol
Stop bit
4
The function code of Modbus protocol that are supported by the recorder are as follows.
Slave
The slave function of the recorder does not support broadcast commands.
Function Code
Function
Operation
3
Reading the hold register (4xxxx).
The master device can read the
communication input data of the
recorder that are written to the
communication input data using
function code 6 or 16.
4
Reading the input register (3xxxx).
The master device loads the
computed, measured, and time data
of the recorder.
6
Writing to the hold register (4xxxx)
The master device writes to the
communication input data of the
recorder.
8
Loopback test
Supports message return (test code
(0x00*)) in response to a loopback
test by the master device.
16
Writing to the hold register (4xxxx)
The master device writes to the
communication input data of the
recorder.
*
Hexadecimal ”00”
Master
Function Code
Function
Operation
3
Reading the hold register
(4xxxx, 4xxxxx).
The recorder reads the hold register
data of another device and make it the
communication input data (Cxx).
4
Reading the input register
(3xxxx, 3xxxxx).
The recorder reads the input register
data of another device and make it the
communication input data (Cxx).
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4.2
Register Assignments (Modbus Slave)
The register assignments of the Modbus protocol are given below. The data in the
register do not contain unit and decimal position information. The unit and decimal
position information must be set to the Modbus master (host) beforehand.
A binary value is put into the registers with the MSB (Most Significant Bit) first.
Input register
Data
30001
Measured data of CH01
:
:
30012
Measured data of CH30
• The corresponding registers: 30001 to 30003 on the 3 ch model. 30001 to 30006 on the 6
ch model. 30001 to 30012 on the 12 ch model.
• Measured data is a “16-bit signed integer.” Values are the same as the measured data in
binary format (see section 6.3).
31001
Alarm status of the measured data of CH01
:
:
31012
Alarm status of the measured data of CH30
• The corresponding registers: 31001 to 31003 on the 2 ch model. 31001 to 31006 on the 6
ch model. 31001 to 31012 on the 12 ch model.
• Alarm status is a “16-bit unsigned integer.” Values are the same as the alarm status in
binary format (see section 6.3). The register holds the data in the order as A2A1A4A3.
32001
Computed data of CH31 (upper byte)
32002
Computed data of CH31 (lower byte)
32003
Computed data of CH32 (upper byte)
:
:
32024
Computed data of CH42 (lower byte)
• The corresponding registers: 32001 to 32016 on the 3 ch model. 32001 to 32042 on the 6
ch and 12 ch model.
• These registers are for models with the computation function option /M1.
• Computed data is a “32-bit signed integer.” Two registers are assigned per a computed
data. Values are the same as the computed data in binary format (see section 6.3).
33001
Alarm status of the Computed data of CH31
:
:
33042
Alarm status of the Computed data of CH42
• The corresponding registers: 33001 to 33008 on the 3 ch model. 33001 to 33012 on the 6
ch and 12 ch model.
• These registers are for models with the computation function option /M1.
• Alarm status is a “16-bit unsigned integer.” Values are the same as the alarm status in
binary format (see section 6.3). The register holds the data in the order as A2A1A4A3.
39001
39002
39003
39004
39005
39006
39007
39008
Year (4 digits)
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
Second
Millisecond
Summer/Winter time
Hold register
Data
40001
Communication input data of C01
:
:
40012
Communication input data of C12
A value in the range from –32768 to 32767 can be written in the hold register.
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4.3
Modbus Error Response (Modbus Slave)
When using the Modbus slave function, the recorder returns the error codes below to the
master device. For the error messages related to communications that the recorder
displays, see appendix 6.
Code
Meaning
Cause
1
Bad function code
Requested a function that is not supported. For
supported functions, see section 4.1, “Modbus
Protocol Specifications.”
2
Bad register number
Tried to read/write to a register that has no
corresponding channel.
3
Bad number of registers
The number of specified registers is zero.
7
Cannot be executed.
Tried to read a computation register from a model
that has no computation option.
4
4-3
Using the Modbus Protocol
However, no response is returned for the following cases.
• CRC error
• Errors other than the ones shown above.
4.4
Setting the Configuration that is Used When
the Modbus Protocol is Used
Explanation
Selecting the baud rate
Select the baud rate from the following list.
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
Selecting the parity check
Select the parity check from the following list.
Odd, Even, None
Selecting the slave address (valid when Modbus slave function is engaged)
Select the address from the following values.
1 to 32
Selecting the “Modbus” protocol
When communicating using the “Modbus” protocol, select [Modbus].
Selecting the communication interface used to output the data in the internal
memory and the files on the external storage medium
Select [Ethernet], if you use output commands (ME/MI/MO commands) to output the
data in the internal memory (display data, event data, TLOG data, manual sampled
data, and report data) and the files on the external storage medium. Selecting [Serial]
has no effect.
Storing the settings
To activate the settings made in the basic setting mode, the settings must be saved.
Otherwise, the settings return to the previous values.
Note
When using the Modbus protocol, setting the data length and handshaking produces no
effect.
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4.4 Setting the Configuration that is Used When the Modbus Protocol is Used
Procedure
For the basic flow of operations, see “Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys” on
page vi.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU key to display the setting menu.
Press the FUNC key for approximately 3 s to display the basic setting menu.
Press the [#10 (Communication)] soft key to display the communication function
setting menu.
Press the [#6 (Serial, Memory out)] soft key to display the communication
(Serial) menu.
4
Using the Modbus Protocol
Selecting the baud rate
5.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Baud rate] box.
6.
Press one of the soft keys from [1200] to [38400] to select the baud rate.
Selecting the parity check
7.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Parity] box.
8.
Press one of the soft keys from [Odd] to [None] to select the parity check.
Selecting the slave address (valid when Modbus slave function is engaged)
9.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Address] box.
10.
Press one of the soft keys from [1] to [32] to select the address.
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4.4 Setting the Configuration that is Used When the Modbus Protocol is Used
Setting the protocol to “Modbus”
11. Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Protocol] box.
12.
Press the [Modbus] soft key when using the Modbus slave function.
Press the [Modbus-M] soft key when using the Modbus master function.
Selecting the communication interface used to output the data in the internal
memory and the files on the external storage medium
13. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Memory out] box.
14.
Press the [Ethernet] soft key when transferring data via Ethernet. Pressing the
[Serial] soft key has no effect.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
15. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
Storing the new settings
16. Press the ESC key several times to display the basic setting menu.
17. Pressing the [End] soft key to display a dialog box which you select whether or
not to store the new settings.
18.
Select the [Yes] to store the new settings, the [No] to discard them, or the
[Cancel] to return to the basic setting menu by pressing the arrow key. Then,
press the DISP/ENTER key.
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4.5
Setting the Modbus Master Function
Explanation
Selecting the read cycle
The cycle at which data is read from other devices. Select the read cycle from the
following:
125 ms, 250 ms, 500 ms, 1 s, 5 s, 2 s, 10 s
Operation when there is no response from the slave device (the number of
retrials is set to 2)
: Commands are sent to the slave device at the read cycle.
: The slave device responds.
X : The slave devide does not respond.
Retrials
Time
X
X
The slave device responds to the retrial.
Command sending is stopped.
Retrials
Time
X
X
X
Select the timeout time from the following:
125 ms, 250 ms, 500 ms, 1 s, 5 s, 2 s, 10 s, and 1 min
Selecting the number of retrials
The number of times to retransmit the command when there is no response from the
specified slave device. If there is no response from the slave device after the specified
number of retrials, the recorder stops sending commands to the slave device. Select the
number of retrials from the following:
Off (0), 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 and 20
Setting the command
The commands are used to read data from slave devices at the read cycle, and put them
to the communication input data of the recorder. Data from the consecutive registers
with the same type of data in a slave device, can be read and put to the consecutive
communication input data of the recorder using a command.
• Turning On/Off the command
Turn On the command registration line to be used. Up to eight commands can be
registered.
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4
Using the Modbus Protocol
Selecting the timeout time
If there is no response from the specified slave device after transmitting a command from
the recorder over the time specified here (timeout time), the recorder repeats the
operation of sending the command the specified number of retrials (see below) and
waiting. If there is no response from the slave device after the specified number of
retrials, the recorder stops sending commands to the slave device.
4.5 Setting the Modbus Master Function
• Read channel (start CH, end CH)
Specify which communication input data will be assigned the data that is read from
the slave device (C01 to C12).
Communication input
data of the recorder
(Modbus master)
Registers in slave
device A
C01
C02
•
C12
Registers in slave
device B
30001
30002
30001
30002
(Two registers are used
for a 32-bit datum)
• Address
Specify the address of the slave device from the following:
1 to 247
• Register
Specify the register number of the slave device. 32-bit data is assigned to two
registers. Thus, specify the smaller register number (see “Type” below).
Input register: 30001 to 39999, 300001 to 365535
Hold register: 40001 to 49999, 400001 to 465535
• Type
Specify the type of data that is assigned to the Modbus register of the slave device
(the recorder reads all data as floating point data).
• INT16
Specify this parameter when a “16-bit signed integer” is assigned to the Modbus
register.
Communication input
data of the recorder
Cxx
Modbus
register
16-bit signed integer
• UINT16
Specify this parameter when a “16-bit unsigned integer” is assigned to the Modbus
register.
• INT32_B
Specify this parameter when a “32-bit signed integer” is assigned to the Modbus
register in the order upper 16 bits followed by the lower 16 bits.
Specify the smaller register number (the higher register number in this case) in
Register.
Communication input
data of the recorder
Cxx
Modbus
register
(Upper 16 bits)
(Lower 16 bits)
32-bit signed integer
• INT32_L
Specify this parameter when a “32-bit signed integer” is assigned to the Modbus
register in the order lower 16 bits followed by the upper 16 bits.
Specify the smaller register number (the lower register number in this case) in
Register.
Communication input
data of the recorder
Cxx
Modbus
register
(Lower 16 bits)
(Upper 16 bits)
4-8
32-bit signed integer
4.5 Setting the Modbus Master Function
• UINT32_B
Specify this parameter when a “32-bit unsigned integer” is assigned to the Modbus
register in the order upper 16 bits followed by the lower 16 bits.
Specify the smaller register number (the higher register number in this case) in
Register.
• UINT32_L
Specify this parameter when a “32-bit unsigned integer” is assigned to the Modbus
register in the order lower 16 bits followed by the upper 16 bits.
Specify the smaller register number (the lower register number in this case) in
Register.
4
Using the Modbus Protocol
• FLOAT_B
Specify this parameter when a “32-bit floating-point data” is assigned to the
Modbus register in the order upper 16 bits followed by the lower 16 bits.
Specify the smaller register number (the higher register number in this case) in
Register.
• FLOAT_L
Specify this parameter when a “32-bit floating-point data” is assigned to the
Modbus register in the order lower 16 bits followed by the upper 16 bits.
Specify the smaller register number (the lower register number in this case) in
Register.
Setting Example
If you set as shown in the figure below, the recorder reads an “INT16” value from register
30001 to put it to C01, and an “INT16” value from register 30002 to C02.
Displaying the read data
The data that is read can be displayed by writing a computing equation using C01
through C12 on a computation channel (/M1 option). The decimal position and the unit
are specified by the slave device. Convert the read value to a value with an appropriate
unit using the computation equation (see an example below). For information on the use
of the computation channel, see the manual
Example
Assigns the communication input data C01 to the computation channel 31.
Read an “INT16” value from register 30001 of the slave device with the address “1,” to
put it to the communication input data C01 of the recorder. Change the value to have
two digits of decimal fraction (multiply 0.01) and a unit “V.”
• Command
First communication data: 01, Address: 1, Register: 30001, Type: INT16
• Computation channel
Computation equation for Channel 31: C01*K01
Unit: V
Constant: K01=0.01
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4.5 Setting the Modbus Master Function
Procedure
For the basic flow of operations, see “Flow of Operation using the Operation Keys” on
page vi. For the procedures related to entering character strings and values, see the
manual
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU key to display the setting menu.
Press the FUNC key for approximately 3 s to display the basic setting menu.
Press the [#10 (Communication)] soft key to display the communication function
setting menu.
Press the [#7 (Modbus master (BASIC))] soft key to display the Modbus master
(BASIC) menu.
Selecting the read cycle
5.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Read cycle] box.
6.
Press one of the soft keys from [125ms] to [10s] to select the read cycle.
Selecting the timeout time
7.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Time out] box.
8.
Press one of the soft keys from [125ms] to [1min] to select the timeout time.
Selecting the number of retrials
9.
Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [Retrials] box.
10.
Press one of the soft keys from [Off] to [20] to select the address.
11.
Confirm the new settings pressing the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
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4.5 Setting the Modbus Master Function
Setting the command
12. Press the ESC key to return to the communication function setting menu, and
then press the [#8 (Modbus master (COMMAND))] soft key to display the
command setting menu.
13. Press the arrow keys to move the cursor to the [On/Off] box.
14.
Press either the [On] or [Off] soft key. If you select [On], go to step 13. If you
select [Off], go to step 26.
4
16.
Press one of the soft keys from [C01] to [C12] to select the first communication
input data.
17.
Set the last communication input data using the same method as steps 15 and
16.
• Slave address
18. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Address] box.
19.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
20.
Enter the slave address in the entry box.
• Register
21. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Register] box.
22.
Press the [Input] soft key to display the entry box.
23.
Enter the slave address in the entry box
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Using the Modbus Protocol
• Communication input data (First, Last)
15. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [First channel] box.
4.5 Setting the Modbus Master Function
• Type
24. Press the arrow key to move the cursor to the [Type] box.
25.
Press one of the soft keys from [INT16] to [FLOAT_L] to select the register type.
Confirming/Canceling the new settings
26. To confirm the new settings, press the DISP/ENTER key. To cancel, press the
ESC key.
For detailed operations regarding confirmation and cancellation, see “Flow of Operation
using the Operation Keys” on page vi.
Storing the new settings
27. Press the ESC key several times to display the basic setting menu.
28. Pressing the [End] soft key to display a dialog box which you select whether or
not to store the new settings.
29.
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Select the [Yes] to store the new settings, the [No] to discard them, or the
[Cancel] to return to the basic setting menu by pressing the arrow key. Then,
press the DISP/ENTER key.
4.6
Checking the Operating Status of the Modbus
Master Function
Explanation
MODBUS STATUS screen
You can check the operating status of the Modbus master function on the MODBUS
STATUS screen.
Communication conditions
4
Using the Modbus Protocol
Status code Communication input Address and register
Status lamp data of the recorder of the slave device
Communication condition
The communication status is displayed through the status lamp and the detail code.
Status Lamp
Detail Code
Meaning
Green
Yellow
Red
GOOD
Communication is operating normally.
Retrying.
Communication is suspended as it is not recovered after the
specified number of retrials.
NONE
FUNC
No response from the slave device.
The slave device cannot execute the command from the
recorder.
The slave device does not have the specified register.
There is an error in the response data from the slave device.
The detail code is not displayed until the status is confirmed
when communication is started.
REGI
ERR
(Space)
Resuming command transmission
Through key operation, you can resume command transmission to the slave device to
which the command transmission is stopped (indicated by a red status lamp).
Data while retrying/when command transmission is stopped
While retrying, the communication input data (Cxx) is held at the latest value. When
command transmission is stopped, the communication input data turns to be an error
data. In this case, computation channels display “+
.”
Data dropout
Data dropout occurs when commands 1 through 8 cannot be completed in a read cycle
(see appendix 5). The communication input data (Cxx) is held at the previous value.
Take measures such as making the read cycle longer or reducing the number of
commands.
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4.6 Checking the Operating Status of the Modbus Master Function
Procedure
Displaying the MODBUS STATUS screen
1.
Press the FUNC key. The FUNC menu appears. The structure of the FUNC
menu varies depending on the basic settings and options.
2.
Press the [Modbus master] soft key. The Modbus status screen appears.
Data dropout
When a data dropout occurs, the message “Data dropout” is displayed on the MODBUS
STATUS screen.
Press the right arrow key to clear the message.
Resuming command transmission to the slave device to which command
transmission is stopped due to timeout
1.
Using the up and down arrow keys, select the command corresponding to the
slave device to which transmission will be resumed.
A message “Push [right arrow] key to refresh” appears.
2.
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Press the right arrow key to start command transmission to the specified slave
device.
Chapter 5 Commands
5.1
Command Syntax
Command Syntax
The syntax of the setting/basic setting/output commands (see sections 5.4 to 5.9) of the
instrument is given below. ASCII codes are used for the character codes. For the
syntax of the maintenance/test commands (see section 5.10) and instrument information
output commands (see section 5.11), see the corresponding sections or the examples
for each command.
?
Command name
Parameter
Terminator
Delimiter
Sub delimiter
5
Command example
Commands
SR 02,SKIP;SR 03,VOLT,2V,-1500,1800
Parameter (02 SKIP ... 1800)
Delimiter (,)
Command name (SR)
Sub delimiter (;)
Command name
Defined using two alphabet characters.
Parameter
• Command parameters.
• Set using alphabet characters or numerical values.
• Parameters are separated by delimiters.
• All numerical values are specified using integers.
• When the parameter is a numerical value, the valid range varies depending on the
command.
• Spaces before and after of the parameter are ignored (except for parameters that
are specified using an ASCII character string (unit), when spaces are valid.)
• You can omit the parameters that do not need to be changed from their current
settings. However, delimiters cannot be omitted.
Example
SR 01,,2V
<terminator>
If multiple parameters are omitted and delimiters occur at the end of the command,
those delimiters can be omitted.
Example
SR 01,VOLT,,,<terminator> → SR 01,VOLT<terminator>
• The number of digits of the following parameters is fixed. If the number of digits is
not correct when entering the command, a syntax error results.
• Date
YY/MM/DD (8 characters)
YY: Year (Enter the lower two digits of the year.)
MM: Month
DD: Day
• Time HH:MM:SS (8 characters)
HH: Hour
MM: Minute
SS: Second
• Channel number: 2 characters
• Relay number: 3 characters
5-1
5.1 Command Syntax
Query
• A question mark is used to specify a query.
• By placing a query after a command or parameter, the setting information of the
corresponding command can be queried. Some commands cannot execute
queries. For the query syntax of each command, see sections 5.4 to 5.7.
Example 1 SR[ p1]?
SR? or SR p1? can be executed.
Example 2 SA[ p1[,p2]]?
SA?, SA p1? or SA p1,p2? can be executed.
Delimiter
• A comma is used as a delimiter.
• Parameters are separated by delimiters.
Sub delimiter
• A semicolon is used as a sub delimiter.
• By separating each command with a sub delimiter, up to 10 commands can be
specified one after another. However, the following commands and queries cannot
be specified one after another. Use them independently.
• Output commands other than BO, CS, and commands.
IF
• YO command
• Queries
*
If there are consecutive sub delimiters, they are considered to be single. In addition, sub
delimiters at the front and at the end are ignored.
Example
;SR01,VOLT;;;SR02,VOLT;<terminator> is taken to be
SR01,VOLT;SR02,VOLT<terminator>.
Terminator (Terminating character)
Use either of the following two characters for the terminator.
• CR + LF (0DH 0AH in ASCII code.)
• LF (0AH in ASCII code.)
Note
•
•
•
•
•
Do not specify a channel or relay number that is not available on the recorder. An error will
occur.
The total data length from the first character to the terminator must be less than 2047 bytes.
Commands are not case sensitive (with the exception of user-specified character strings).
All the commands that are listed using sub delimiters are executed even if one of the
commands is erroneous.
Spaces that are inserted before and after a parameter are ignored. However, if spaces are
inserted before a command, after a sub delimiter, or after a query, an error occurs.
Response
The recorder returns a response (affirmative/negative response) to a command that is
delimited by a single terminator*. The controller should follow the one command to one
response format. When the command-response rule is not followed, the operation is not
guaranteed. For the response syntax, see section 6.1.
*
5-2
Commands dedicated to RS-422A/485 (see section 5.9) and instrument information output
commands (section 5.11) are exceptions.
5.2
A List of Commands
Setting Commands
Command Command Function
Type
Name
Execution
Mode
Administrator User Page
Setting
Sets the input range
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-9
SO
Sets the computing equation
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-10
SA
Sets the alarm
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-10
SD
Sets the date and time
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-11
SW
Sets the display update rate/auto-save interval Operation mode
Yes
No
5-11
SZ
Sets the zone
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-11
SP
Sets the partial expanded display
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-12
ST
Sets the tag
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-12
SX
Sets the group
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-12
SL
Sets the trip line
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-12
SG
Sets the message
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-12
SH
Sets the file header
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-13
Sets the display direction, background color,
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-13
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-13
SV
Sets the moving average of the measured channel Operation mode
Yes
No
5-13
SF
Sets the filter
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-13
SC
Sets the channel display color
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-14
Sets the LCD brightness and the screen
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-14
SE
trend line width, trip line width, number
of grids, scroll time, and scale digit
SB
Sets the number of scale divisions, base
position of the bar graph,
and the display position of the trend scale
SQ
backlight saver
SU
Sets the USER key
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-14
SK
Sets the computation constant
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-14
Sets the rolling average of the computation
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-14
SI
channel
SJ
Sets the TLOG timer
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-15
SS
Set the date and time at which to switch the
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-15
daylight savings time
FR
Sets the acquiring interval to the FIFO buffer
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-15
BD
Sets the alarm delay time
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-16
Yes: Command usable
Note
•
•
There are two execution modes on the recorder. If you attempt to execute a command in a
mode that is different from the specification, a syntax error occurs. Use the DS command to
switch to the execution mode, then set or control the recorder. Query commands can be
executed in either mode.
• Basic setting mode
Measurement/computation is stopped and settings are changed in this mode.
• Operation mode
As a general rule, commands other than those for the basic setting mode described above
are used in this mode.
The administrator and user specifications in the table indicate the user level that is specified
using the login function for Ethernet communications. For details, see section 1.2.
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Commands
SR
5.2 A List of Commands
Command Command Function
Type
Name
Execution
Mode
Administrator User Page
Control
UD
Switches the screen
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-16
PS
Starts/stops measurements
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-17
AK
Confirms the alarm status (alarm acknowledge)
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-17
EV
Manual sample, manual trigger, snapshot,
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-17
saving the display data, saving the event data
MS
Writes the message (display and save)
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-17
TL
Starts/stops/resets computation (MATH)/
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-17
All modes
Yes
No
5-17
5-18
Clears the computation dropout status display
DS
Switches execution modes
(operation/basic setting)
LO
Loads the setting data for setting commands
Operation mode
Yes
No
LI
Saves the setting data
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-18
CM
Sets the communication input data
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-18
EM
Starts/stops the e-mail transmission function
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-18
KE
Key operation command
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-18
Yes: Command usable
No : Command not usable
Basic Setting Commands
• In order to activate the settings that are changed using the basic setting
commands, the settings must be saved using the XE command. Make sure to
save the settings with the XE command before changing from the basic setting
mode to the operation mode. Otherwise, new settings will not be activated.
• The settings that are returned in response to a query in the basic setting mode will
contain the new settings even if they are not saved with the XE command.
However, the new settings will not be activated until they are saved. In order to
activate the new settings, the XE command must be issued as described earlier. If
the settings are not saved or cleared using the XE command and the execution
mode is changed from the basic setting mode to the operation mode, the settings
that are returned in response to a query will contain the settings that existed before
they were changed.
Note
•
•
5-4
The settings that are changed using the YA/YK/YN/YQ/YS /YG/YL/YM command are
activated after saving the new settings using the XE command and rebooting the recorder.
When executing the YO command, the communication is disconnected.
5.2 A List of Commands
Command Function
Execution
Name
Mode
Administrator User Page
XA
Sets alarm related settings
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-19
XI
Sets the A/D integral time
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-19
XB
Sets the burn out
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-19
XJ
Sets the RJC
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-20
XV
Sets the scan interval
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-20
XT
Selects the temperature unit
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-20
XS
Sets the channels to display the trend
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-20
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-20
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-20
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-21
and acquire the data
XM
Sets the conditions used to acquire
display/event data to the internal memory or
save the data to the external storage medium
XU
Sets the channel identification display,
memory alarm time, language, whether or
not to use the partial expanded display
function and the batch function
Sets the remote action
XQ
Sets the timer
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-21
RO
Sets the report type and generation time
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-22
RM
Sets the report channel
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-22
XO
Selects the communication interface used to
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-23
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-23
XE
Sets whether or not to store the basic settings Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-23
XG
Sets the time zone
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-23
XP
Sets the date and time for the memory timeup
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-23
XC
Sets the media FIFO function
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-24
YA
Sets the IP address, subnet mask, and default
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-24
5-24
output data residing in the internal memory
(display, event, TLOG, manual sampled, and
report data) and files on the external storage
medium using output commands (ME/MI/MO commands)
XH
Sets whether or not to use the key login,
auto logout, and user ID functions
gateway
YK
Sets keepalive
Basic setting mode Yes
No
YN
Sets the DNS
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-24
YQ
Sets the communication timeout
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-24
YS
Sets the serial interface
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-24
YO
Loads setting data
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-25
YI
Saves setting data
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-25
YC
Clears the measured/computed data, initializes
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-25
setup data
YT
Sets the FTP transfer timing
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-25
YG
Sets whether or not to use the Web server
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-25
function
YL
Sets the Modbus master
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-26
YM
Sets the commands for Modbus master
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-26
YU
Sets the contents of the e-mail
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-26
YV
Sets the recipient’s address
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-27
YW
Sets the sender’s address
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-27
YX
Sets the SMTP server
Basic setting mode Yes
No
5-27
Yes: Command usable
No : Command unusable
5-5
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Commands
XR
5.2 A List of Commands
Output Commands
Command Command Function
Type
Name
Execution
Mode
Administrator User Page
control
BO
Sets the output byte order
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-28
CS
Sets the checksum (This command can be used
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-28
only during serial communications)
IF
Sets the status filter
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-28
CC
Disconnects an Ethernet connection
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-28
5-28
(This command can be used only during
Ethernet communications)
Setup, measured, and computed data output
FC
Outputs screen image data
All modes
Yes
Yes
FE
Outputs setup data
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-28
FD
Outputs the most recent measured/computed data
Operation mode
Yes
Yes
5-28
FF
Outputs FIFO data
Operation mode
Yes
Yes
5-29
FL
Outputs logs, alarm summary, and message summary All modes
Yes
Yes
5-29
IS
Outputs status information
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-29
FU
Outputs user level
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-29
ME
Outputs data saved in the external storage
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-30
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-30
Operation mode
Yes
No
5-30
medium (Either Ethernet or serial
communication can be used)
MI
Outputs display data and event data acquired
in the internal memory (Either Ethernet or
serial communication can be used)
MO
Outputs TLOG data, manual sampled data,
and report data acquired in the internal memory
(Either Ethernet or serial communication can
be used)
RS-422A/485 dedicated commands
Esc O
Opens the instrument
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-31
Esc C
Closes the instrument
All modes
Yes
Yes
5-31
Yes: Command usable
No : Command unusable
Maintenance/Test Commands (Available when using the maintenance/test server
function via Ethernet communications)
Command
Function
Administrator User Page
close
Disconnects the connection between other devices
Yes
No
con
Outputs connection information
Yes
Yes
5-32
eth
Outputs Ethernet statistical information
Yes
Yes
5-32
5-32
help
Outputs help
Yes
Yes
5-32
net
Outputs network statistical information
Yes
Yes
5-32
quit
Disconnects the connection of the device being operated
Yes
Yes
5-33
Yes: Command usable
No : Command unusable
Instrument Information Output Commands (Available when using the instrument
information server function via Ethernet communications)
Parameter
Function
Page
all
Outputs all information that are output using the parameters below
5-33
serial
Outputs the serial number
5-33
model
Outputs the manufacturer, model, and firmware version
5-33
host
Outputs the host name
5-33
ip
Outputs the IP address
5-33
5-6
5.3
Input Range Parameter
The following tables show which measurement ranges of the instrument correspond to
the input types of the SR command (input range setting command), VOLT, TC, RTD, DI,
and SQRT. The table also shows the ranges for the upper and lower limits of the span.
DC Voltage (VOLT), Square Root (SQRT)
Measurement
Range
Parameter for the Value of the Upper and
Value of the Upper and
SR Command
Lower Limits of the Span
Lower Limits of the SR
(Upper and Lower Limits
Command
of the Measurement Range)
20 mV
60 mV
200 mV
2 V
6 V
20 V
50 V
20 mV
60 mV
200 mV
2 V
6 V
20 V
50 V
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
20.00
60.00
200.0
2.000
6.000
20.00
50.00
mV
mV
mV
V
V
V
V
–2000
–6000
–2000
–2000
–6000
–2000
–5000
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
2000
6000
2000
2000
6000
2000
5000
5
Thermocouple (TC)
Measurement
Range
Parameter for the Value of the Upper and
Value of the Upper and
SR Command
Lower Limits of the Span
Lower Limits of the SR
(Upper and Lower Limits
Command
of the Measurement Range)
R
S
B
K
E
J
T
N
W
L
U
WRe3-25
R
S
B
K
E
J
T
N
W
L
U
WRE
0.0 to
0.0 to
0.0 to
–200.0
–200.0
–200.0
–200.0
0.0 to
0.0 to
–200.0
–200.0
0.0 to
1760.0 °C
1760.0 °C
1820.0 °C
to 1370.0 °C
to 800.0 °C
to 1100.0 °C
to 400.0 °C
1300.0 °C
2315.0 °C
to 900.0 °C
to 400.0 °C
2400.0 °C
0 to 17600
0 to 17600
0 to 18200
–2000 to 13700
–2000 to 8000
–2000 to 11000
–2000 to 4000
0 to 13000
0 to 23150
–2000 to 9000
–2000 to 4000
0 to 2400
Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD)
Measurement
Range
Parameter
for the SR
Command
Value of the Upper
and Lower Limits of
the Span (Upper and
Lower Limits of the
Measurement Range)
Pt100
JPt100
Pt1000*
PT
JPT
PT1K
–200.0 to 600.0 °C –2000 to 6000
–200.0 to 550.0 °C –2000 to 5500
–200.0 to 600.0 °C –2000 to 6000
*
Value of the Upper
and Lower Limits of
the SR Command
Measurement range that can be specified on the model with the Pt1000 resistance
temperature detector option /N3.
5-7
Commands
–20.00
–60.00
–200.0
–2.000
–6.000
–20.00
–50.00
5.3 Input Range Parameter
Digital Input (DI)
Measurement
Range
Parameter for the
SR Command
Value of the Upper and
Value of the Upper and
Lower Limits of the Span
Lower Limits of the SR
(Upper and Lower Limits
Command
of the Measurement Range)
Voltage
Contact
LEVEL
CONT
0 or 1*1
0 or 1*2
0 or 1
0 or 1
*1: “0” when less than 2.4 V, “1” when greater than or equal to 2.4 V.
*2: “0” when contact is OFF, “1” when contact is ON.
Note
For the measurement accuracy of each measurement range, see the manual
.
5-8
5.4 Setting Commands (Setting)
5.4
SR
Setting Commands
(Setting)
p6
Upper limit of span
p7
Reference channel (01 to 12)
Query
SR[ p1]?
Example
Set the range mode of channel 10 to the
difference computation between channels
Sets the input range
with the reference channel set to 01 and
set the input type to TC.
When setting channels to skip
Syntax
Query
Example
SR p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
p2
Range mode (SKIP)
SR[ p1]?
Skips channel 01.
SR 01,SKIP
Description • This command cannot be specified while
measurement/computation is in progress or
while a report is being created.
• Measurements are not made on channels that
are set to SKIP.
SR p1,p2,p3,p4,p5<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
p2
Input type
VOLT
DC VOLTAGE
TC
Thermocouple
RTD
Resistance temperature detector
DI
Digital input
p3
Measurement range
p4
Lower limit of span
p5
Upper limit of span
Query
SR[ p1]?
Example
Set the input type for channel 01 to
and span upper limit to 100.0°C.
SR 10,DELTA,TC,R,100,1000,01
Description • This command cannot be specified while
measurement/computation is in progress or
while a report is being created.
• Set parameters p4, p5, and p6 according to
the table in section 5.3.
• For parameters p5 and p6, enter a value
using 5 digits or less, excluding the decimal.
The decimal position is fixed to the position
indicated in the table in section 5.3.
When setting the scaling
Syntax
0°C, and span upper limit to 1760.0°C.
SR 01,TC,R,0,17600
When computing the difference between channels
Syntax
SR p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
p2
Range mode (DELTA)
p3
Input type
VOLT
DC VOLTAGE
TC
Thermocouple
RTD
Resistance temperature detector
DI
Digital input
p4
Measurement range
p5
Lower limit of span
SR p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7,p8,p9,p10
<terminator>
thermocouple type R, span lower limit to
Description • This command cannot be specified while
measurement/computation is in progress or
while a report is being created.
• Set parameters p3, p4, and p5 according to
the table in section 5.3.
• For parameters p4 and p5, enter a value
using 5 digits or less excluding the decimal.
The decimal position is fixed to the position
indicated in the table in section 5.3.
Set the range
Set the span lower limit to 10.0°C
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
p2
Range mode (SCALE)
p3
Input type
VOLT
DC VOLTAGE
TC
Thermocouple
RTD
Resistance temperature detector
DI
Digital input
p4
Measurement range
p5
Lower limit of span
p6
Upper limit of span
p7
Scaling lower limit (-30000 to 30000)
p8
Scaling upper limit (-30000 to 30000)
p9
Scaling decimal position (0 to 4)
p10 Unit (Up to 6 characters)
Query
SR[ p1]?
Example
Convert the DC voltage measured on
channel 02 to a DC current.
Set the
measurement range to 6 V, span lower
limit to 1 V, span upper limit to 5 V,
scaling lower limit to 1.00 A, and
scaling upper limit to 5.00 A.
SR 02,SCALE,VOLT,6V,1000,5000,100,500,2,A
Description • This command cannot be specified while
measurement/computation is in progress or
while a report is being created.
• Set parameters p4, p5, and p6 according to
the table in section 5.3.
• For parameters p5 and p6, enter a value
using 5 digits or less excluding the decimal.
The decimal position is fixed to the position
indicated in the table in section 5.3.
• For parameters p7, p8, and p9, either set all
three parameters or omit all three parameters.
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5
Commands
When setting the channels to voltage,
thermocouple, RTD, or digital input
Syntax
to R.
5.4 Setting Commands (Setting)
• This command cannot be specified while
measurement/computation is in progress or
while a report is being created.
• For computing equations, see the user’s
manual.
• For parameters p4 and p5, enter a value
using 7 digits or less ,excluding the decimal,
for negative numbers and 8 digits or less for
positive numbers.
• For parameters p4, p5, and p6, either set all
three parameters or omit all three parameters.
When setting the square root
Syntax
SR p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7,p8,p9<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
p2
Range mode (SQRT)
p3
Measurement range
p4
Lower limit of span
p5
Upper limit of span
p6
Scaling lower limit
(-30000 to 30000)
p7
Scaling upper limit
(-30000 to 30000)
p8
Scaling decimal position (0 to 4)
p9
Unit (Up to 6 characters)
Query
SR[ p1]?
Example
Convert the DC voltage measured on
SA
When not using the alarm
Syntax
channel 01 to the amount of flow using
the square root computation.
Sets the alarm
Set the
measurement range to 6 V, span lower
limit to 1 V, span upper limit to 5 V,
scaling lower limit to 10.0 m3/s, and
scaling upper limit to 100.0 m3/s.
SR 01,SQRT,6V,1000,5000,100,1000,1,m3/S
Description • This command cannot be specified while
measurement/computation is in progress or
while a report is being created.
• Set parameters p3, p4, and p5 according to
the table in section 5.3.
• For parameters p4 and p5, enter a value
using 5 digits or less excluding the decimal.
The decimal position is fixed to the position
indicated in the table in section 5.3.
• For parameters p6, p7, and p8, either set all
three parameters or omit all three parameters.
SA p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p2
Alarm number (1 to 4)
p3
Alarm ON/OFF state (OFF)
Query
SA[ p1[,p2]]?
Example
Set off the alarm number 1 of channel 10.
SA 10,1,OFF
Description Computation channels (31 to 42) can be
configured on products with the computation
function option /M1.
When using the alarm
Syntax
SA p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p2
Alarm number (1 to 4)
p3
Alarm ON/OFF state (ON)
p4
Alarm type
H Upper limit alarm
L Lower limit alarm
h Difference upper-limit alarm
SO
Syntax
Sets the computing equation
l Difference lower-limit alarm
R Upper limit on rate-of-change alarm
SO p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7<terminator>
p1
Computation channel number (31 to 42)
p2
Turn ON/OFF computation
p3
Computing equation (Up to 40
r Lower limit on rate-of-change alarm
T Delay upper limit alarm
t Delay lower limit alarm
(Upper and lower case letters are
characters)
p4
distinguished.)
Lower limit of span (–9999999 to
99999999)
p5
Upper limit of span (–9999999 to
p5
Alarm value
p6
Relay setting
99999999)
p6
p7
Query
Example
Decimal position of span (0 to 4)
Unit (Up to 6 characters)
SO[ p1]?
Set the computation channel to 31, the
computation to ON, the computing equation
to the sum of channel 01 and 02, span
lower limit to –10.0000, span upper limit
to 15.0000, and the unit to V.
SO 31,ON,01+02,–100000,150000,4,V
Description • This command can be used on models with
the computation function option /M1.
5-10
p7
ON
Relay setting ON
OFF
Relay setting OFF
Relay number (I01 to I06)
Query
SA[ p1[,p2]]?
Example
Set an upper limit alarm (alarm value =
1000) in alarm number 1 of channel 02,
and activate relay number 1 when an alarm
occurs.
SA 02,1,ON,H,1000,ON,I01
Description • When the input range setting (SR command)
is set to SKIP, p3 cannot be turned ON.
• When the computation channel setting (SO
command) is turned OFF, p3 cannot be
turned ON.
5.4 Setting Commands (Setting)
SD
Syntax
Sets the date and time
SD p1,p2<terminator>
p1
p2
Query
Example
Date (YY/MM/DD fixed form)
YY
Year (00 to 99)
MM
Month (01 to 12)
DD
Day (01 to 31)
Time (HH/MM/SS fixed form)
HH
Hour (00 to 23)
MM
Minute (00 to 59)
SS
Second (00 to 59)
SD 03/10/01,13:00:00
Description The form of p1 and p2 is fixed to 8 characters.
Use the following form. Do not enter spaces in
between the digits, as an error will occur.
p1 = YY/MM/DD (Lower two digits of the year/
month/day)
p2 = HH:MM:SS (Hour:minute:second)
SW
Syntax
Sets the display update rate/
auto-save interval
SW p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Display update rate (15s, 30s, 1MIN,
2MIN, 5MIN, 10MIN, 15MIN, 20MIN,
30MIN, 1H, 2H, 4H, 10H)
p2
Auto-save interval (10MIN, 20MIN,
30MIN, 1H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 6H, 8H, 12H,
1DAY, 2DAY, 3DAY, 5DAY, 7DAY, 10DAY,
5
14DAY, 31DAY)
Query
SW?
Example
Set the display update rate to one minute
and the auto-save interval to 10 minutes.
SW 1MIN,10MIN
Description • This command cannot be specified while
measurement is in progress.
• The selectable auto-save interval (p2) varies
depending on the display update rate (p1)
setting. For details, see the user’s manual.
• 15S and 30S of p1 apply only to the 3 ch
model .
• The p2 setting is valid when the saving
method to the external storage medium is set
to auto using the XM command (p1 of the XM
command is set to AUTO).
SZ
Syntax
Sets the zone
SZ p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p2
Zone lower limit (0 to 95)[%]
p3
Zone upper limit (5 to 100)[%]
Query
SZ[ p1]?
Example
Display channel 02 in a zone between 30%
and 50%.
SZ 02,30,50
Description • Computation channels (31 to 42) can be
configured on products with the computation
function option /M1.
• The total display width of the screen in the
direction of the amplitude is taken to be 100%.
• The zone width must be at least 5%.
• Set the parameters for the zone upper and
lower limits so that the upper limit is greater
than the lower limit.
SD?
Set the internal clock to 13:00:00,
October 1, 2003.
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Commands
• The alarm settings are all turned OFF for the
following cases.
• When the input type is changed (VOLT,
TC······).
• When the measurement range is changed.
• When the span and scaling values are
changed during scaling display (includes
changing the decimal position).
• When the computation channel is turned
ON/OFF or when the computing equation
or the span value is changed on the
computation channel.
• The h and l settings of p4 are valid only when
the measurement range is set to computation
between channels.
• If p4 is set to R or r, set the interval for the
upper/lower limit on the rate-of-change using
the XA command.
• If p4 is set to T or t, set the alarm delay time
for the delay upper/lower limit alarm using the
BD command.
• For the range of alarm values of p5, see the
table in section 5.3.
• Set the alarm value of a computation channel
within the range of the span.
• For the alarm value of p5, enter a value using
5 digits or less, excluding the decimal. For
computation channels, enter a value using 8
digits or less, excluding the decimal.
• An error occurs if a number of a relay that is
not installed is specified in p7. For the
procedures used to set the relay numbers,
see the user’s manual.
• Computation channels (31 to 42) can be
configured on products with the computation
function option /M1.
• For computation channels, the alarm types
that can be specified are only H (upper limit
alarm), L (lower limit alarm), T (delay upper
limit alarm), and t (delay lower limit alarm).
• For computation channels, the alarm
hysteresis is fixed to zero. Use the XA
command to set the alarm hysteresis.
5.4 Setting Commands (Setting)
SP
Syntax
Sets the partial expanded
display
SP p1,p2,p3,p4<terminator>
SX
Syntax
Sets the group
SX p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p1
Group number (1 to 4)
p2
Enable/disable (ON/OFF) the partial
p2
Group name (Up to 16 characters)
expansion setting.
p3
Channel construction
p3
Boundary position (1 to 99)[%]
Query
SX[ p1]?
p4
Boundary value
Example
Set channels 01, 03, 04 to 06 to group
Query
SP[ p1]?
number 1, and group name is GROUP2.
Example
Partially expand the display of channel
SX 1,GROUP2,01.03.04-06
01.
Set the channel configuration by using
Set the boundary position to 25% and
the boundary value to 1.00 V.
periods "." to separate each channel or
SP 01,ON,25,100
by using a hyphen "-" to specify a range
Description • Computation channels (31 to 42) can be
configured on products with the computation
function option /M1.
• When the input range setting (SR command)
is set to SKIP, p2 cannot be turned ON.
• When the computation channel setting (SO
command) is turned OFF, p2 cannot be
turned ON.
• The range of the upper and lower limits of the
span (scaling upper and lower limits when
scaling is enabled) is taken to be 100% for
parameter p3.
• Parameter p4 can be set in the range (span
upper limit –1) to (span lower limit +1). If
scaling is enabled, the range is (scaling upper
limit –1) to (scaling lower limit +1).
• The decimal position and the number of digits
become the same as the span and scaling
settings (see the SR command).
• This command cannot be specified unless the
partial expanded display function (p4) of the
XU command is set to USE.
• This command cannot be specified if the
partial expanded display range does not exist
(when the span width is set to 1, for example).
ST
Syntax
Sets the tag
ST p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p2
Tag (Up to 16 characters)
of channels.
Description • An error occurs if a number of a channel that
is not installed in the instrument is specified.
• An error occurs if a number of a computation
channel that is not provided on the instrument
is specified.
• For the characters that can be used for the
group name, see appendix 1, “ASCII
Character Codes.” Note that semicolons and
commas cannot be used.
SL
Syntax
Sets the trip line
SL p1,p2,p3,p4,p5<terminator>
p1
Group number (1 to 4)
p2
Number of trip line (1 to 4)
p3
Turn ON/OFF the trip line display
p4
Display position (0 to 100)[%]
p5
Display color (RED, GREEN, BLUE,
B.VIOLET, BROWN, ORANGE, Y.GREEN,
LIGHTBLUE, VIOLET, GRAY, LIME, CYAN,
DARKBLUE, YELLOW, LIGHTGRAY, PURPLE)
Query
SL[ p1[,p2]]?
Example
Display trip line 1 in red for group 1.
SL 1,1,ON,RED
Description The total display width of the screen in the
direction of the amplitude is taken to be 100%.
SG
Syntax
Sets the message
SG p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Message number (1 to 8)
p2
Message (Up to 16 characters)
Query
ST[ p1]?
Example
Set the tag of channel 02 to TAG2.
Query
SG[ p1]?
ST 02,TAG2
Example
Set character string "MESSAGE1" in
Description • For the characters that can be used for the
tags, see appendix 1, “ASCII Character
Codes.” Note that semicolons and commas
cannot be used.
• Computation channels (31 to 42) can be
configured on products with the computation
function option /M1.
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message number 1.
SG 1,MESSAGE1
Description For the characters that can be used for the
message, see appendix 1, “ASCII Character
Codes.” Note that semicolons and commas
cannot be used.
5.4 Setting Commands (Setting)
SH
Syntax
Sets the file header
SB
SH p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Header for the files saved to the
external storage medium (Up to 32
Syntax
characters)
Sets the number of scale
divisions, base position of the
bar graph, and the display
position of the trend scale
SB p1,p2,p3,p4<terminator>
p2
Directory (Up to 8 characters)
p1
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p3
Data to be saved to the external
p2
Number of scale divisions (4 to 12,
C10)
storage medium (UNSAVE, ALL)
p3
Query
SH?
Example
Add a header, DATA1 and save the file to
the DATAFILE directory.
display (NORMAL, CENTER)
p4
Save only the
been saved.
Query
SB[ p1]?
SH DATA1,DATAFILE,UNSAVE
Example
Set the number of scale divisions of the
Sets the display direction,
background color, trend line
width, trip line width, number of
grids, scroll time, and scale digit
SE p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7,p8<terminator>
p1
Display direction of the trend
waveform (HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL,
bar graph of channel 02 to 5, and display
the bar graph from the span lower limit
enabled).
Display direction of the bar graph
Display the scale at the third
position.
SB 02,5,NORMAL,3
Description • Computation channels (31 to 42) can be
configured on products with the computation
function option /M1.
• The base position (p3) is valid when the
display direction of the bar graph is set to
HORIZONTAL. Use the SE command to set
the display direction of the bar graph.
SV
HORIZON2)
p2
Syntax
Sets the moving average of the
measured channel
SV p1,p2<terminator>
waveform (HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL)
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
p3
Background color (WHITE, BLACK)
p2
Number of times to measure the moving
p4
The line width of the trend (1 to
p5
average (OFF, 2 to 16) [times]
3)[dot]
Query
SV[ p1]?
The width of the trip line (1 to
Example
Set the number of times to measure the
moving average on channel 02 to 12.
3)[dot]
p6
Number of grids (4 to 12, AUTO)
p7
The time interval (scroll time) for
switching displayed group (5s, 10s,
SV 02,12
Description This command can be used on the 6 ch and 12
ch models .
20s, 30s, 1min)
p8
Scale digit (NORMAL, FINE)
SF
Sets the filter
Query
SE?
Example
Set the display direction of the trend
p1
Channel number (01 to 03)
waveform to horizontal, the direction of
p2
Filter (OFF, 2S, 5S, 10S)
Syntax
SF p1,p2<terminator>
the bar graph to vertical, the background
Query
SF[ p1]?
color to white, the line width of the
Example
Set the filter on channel 02 to 2 s.
trend to 1 dot, the width of the trip
line to 2 dots, the number of grids to
10, the time interval for switching
displayed group to 20s, and the scale
digit to NORMAL.
5
(scaling lower limit if scaling is
SF 02,2s
Description • An error occurs if a channel number other
than those shown above is specified.
• This command can be used on the 3 ch
models.
SE HORIZONTAL,VERTICAL,WHITE,1,2,10,20s,
NORMAL
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Commands
Description • “Data to be saved to the external storage
medium” includes the display, event, TLOG,
manual sampled, and report data.
• Parameter p3 is valid when the saving method
to the external storage medium is set to
manual using the XM command (parameter
p1 of the XM command is set to MANUAL).
Syntax
Position of the scale for the trend
display (OFF, 1 to 6)
data in the internal memory that has not
SE
Base position of the bar graph
5.4 Setting Commands (Setting)
SC
Syntax
Sets the channel display color
MESSAGE1
Write message 1
SC p1,p2<terminator>
MESSAGE2
Write message 2
p1
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
MESSAGE3
Write message 3
Display color (RED, GREEN, BLUE,
MESSAGE4
Write message 4
B.VIOLET, BROWN, ORANGE, Y.GREEN,
MESSAGE5
Write message 5
LIGHTBLUE, VIOLET, GRAY, LIME, CYAN,
MESSAGE6
Write message 6
DARKBLUE, YELLOW, LIGHTGRAY, PURPLE)
MESSAGE7
Write message 7
SC[ p1]?
MESSAGE8
Write message 8
Set the display color of channel 02 to
SNAPSHOT
Snapshot of the screen
blue.
MATH START/STOP
p2
Query
Example
Start/Stop MATH
SC 02,BLUE
MATH RESET Reset MATH
Description Computation channels (31 to 42) can be
configured on products with the computation
function option /M1.
SQ
Sets the LCD brightness and the
screen backlight saver
When you don’t use the screen backlight saver
function
Syntax
SQ p1,p2<terminator>
p1
LCD brightness (1 to 8)
p2
Screen backlight saver function tupe
(NOT ON)
Query
SQ?
Example
Set the LCD brightness to 2 and the
screen backlight saver function to OFF.
MEDIA
Detect the external
storage medium
Query
SU?
Example
Set the key action to the snapshot of the
screen.
SU SNAPSHOT
Description • SNAPSHOT can be use on models with the
external storage medium drive and ether net
communication interface option /C7.
• MEDIA can be used on models with the
external storage medium drive.
SK
Syntax
Sets the computation constant
SK p1,p2<terminator>
p1
SQ 2,OFF
Computation constant number (K01 to
K12)
p2
When you use the screen backlight saver function
Syntax
The range is –9.9999E+29 to –1.0000E
p1
LCD brightness (1 to 8)
–30, 0, and 1.0000E–30 to 9.9999E+29.
p2
Screen backlight saver function type
p3
(The + sign of "E+" can be omitted.)
(DIMMER, TIMEOFF)
Query
SK[ p1]?
Time after which to enable the screen
Example
Set constant 1.0000E-10 for computation
constant number K01.
saver function (1MIN, 2MIN, 5MIN,
SK K01,1.0000E-10
10MIN, 30MIN, 1H)
p4
Factors that causes the screen to
return from the saver mode (KEY,
KEY+ALM)
Query
Example
SQ?
Set the LCD brightness to 2, the screen
backlight saver function to DIMMER, the
time after which to enable the screen
Description • This command can be used on models with
the computation function option /M1.
• This command cannot be specified while
measurement/computation is in progress or
while a report is being created.
SI
backlight saver function to 1MIN, and the
Syntax
When the rolling average of a computation
channel is OFF
SQ 2,DIMMER,1MIN,KEY
Syntax
Sets the USER key
SI p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Computation channel number (31 to 42)
p2
Rolling average ON/OFF (OFF)
SU p1<terminator>
Query
SI[ p1]?
p1
Example
Turn OFF the rolling average of
Key action
NONE
No action
ALARM ACK
Alarm acknowledge
MANUAL SAMPLE
Manual sampling
TRIGGER
External trigger input
(Event data)
5-14
Sets the rolling average of the
computation channel
from the saver mode to KEY.
factor that causes the screen to return
SU
Constant (Up to 11 characters)
SQ p1,p2,p3,p4<terminator>
computation channel number 31.
SI 31,OFF
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
5.4 Setting Commands (Setting)
When the rolling average of a computation
channel is ON
Syntax
/S
/MIN
∑ (measured value) x scan interval
∑ (measured value) x scan interval/
60
/HOUR ∑ (measured value) x scan interval/
3600
The scan interval unit is in seconds.
SI p1,p2,p3,p4<terminator>
p1
Computation channel number (31 to 42)
p2
Rolling average ON/OFF (ON)
p3
Sampling interval (250ms, 500ms, 1S,
2S, 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 10S, 12S, 15S,
20S, 30S, 1MIN, 2MIN, 3MIN, 4MIN,
SS
5MIN, 6MIN, 10MIN, 12MIN, 15MIN,
20MIN, 30MIN, 1H)
p4
Query
Example
Number of samples (1 to 250)
Sets the date and time at which
to switch the daylight savings
time
SI[ p1]?
When the switching the daylight savings time is
OFF
Turn the rolling average of computation
Syntax
channel 31 ON, set the sampling interval
SS p1,p2<terminator>
p1
to 1 minute, and the number of samples to
WINTER)
20.
p2
SI 31,ON,1MIN,20
SJ
Syntax
Sets the TLOG timer
SJ p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Computation channel number (31 to 42)
p2
Timer (1 to 3)
p3
Conversion of the time unit for TLOG.
SUM computation
OFF
No conversion.
/S
Convert to a physical amount in
SS[ p1]?
Example
Set the summer time is OFF.
SS SUMMER,OFF
Description This command can be used on models with the
display language code “-2.”
When the switching the daylight savings time is
ON
Syntax
SS p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Convert to a physical amount in
unit of hours that are
integrated.
Set timer 1 to computation channel number
No conversion of time unit.
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mm
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
Query
SS[ p1]?
Example
Set the summer time to the 23rd hour of
June 30, 2000.
SJ 31,1
Description • This command can be used on models with
the computation function option /M1.
• This command cannot be specified while
computation is in progress.
• About p3
In the sum computation, sampled data are
summed over the scan interval. However,
when a physical value is measured over a
period of time, the actual value may not match
the computed result. (This is due to the fact
that the scan interval and the time unit are
different.) In these cases, set p3 to the same
unit as the time unit of the physical value.
The summed value is calculated according to
the following converting equation depending
on the parameter.
OFF
∑ (measured value)
Insert a space between dd and
hh.)
integrated.
31.
Date and time (yy/mm/dd hh fixed
form.
unit of minutes that are
Example
Enable/disable (ON/OFF) the switching
(ON)
p3
/MIN Convert to a physical amount in
SJ[ p1]?
Summer time or winter time (SUMMER,
WINTER)
p2
integrated.
Query
5
(OFF)
Query
unit of seconds that are
/H
Enable/disable (ON/OFF) the switching
SS SUMMER,ON,00/06/30 23
(The 23rd hour of June 30, 2000 is set to
0 hour of July 1, 2000.)
Description This command can be used on models with the
display language code “-2.”
FR
Syntax
Sets the acquiring interval to the
FIFO buffer
FR p1<terminator>
p1
FIFO acquiring interval (250MS,
500MS, 1S, 2S)
Query
FR?
Example
Set the FIFO acquiring interval to 1 s.
FR 1S
Description • 250 MS, and 500 MS apply only to the 3 ch
model.
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Commands
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
Summer time or winter time (SUMMER,
5.4 Setting Commands (Setting)/5.5 Setting Commands (Control)
• Set the acquiring interval to a value greater
than the scan interval.
• If the scan interval is set to a value less than
the acquiring interval using the XV command
or from the screen, the acquiring interval is
automatically set equal to the scan interval.
• The recorder has a circular FIFO buffer. The
measured/computed values are acquired to
the internal memory at predetermined time
intervals from the time the power is turned
ON, and the data are output when a FF
command is received. The previous output
position is held for each connection and is
updated when the next set of data is output
with the FF command. Using this
functionality, data can be collected without
data dropouts if the PC reads the data in the
circular buffer before the data are
overacquired. This compensates for the
communication time differences that result
from periodically retrieving data from the
recorder at a rate determined by the
processing power of the measurement PC.
For the output flow of FIFO data, see
appendix 4.
BD
Syntax
5.5
Setting Commands
(Control)
UD
Switches the screen.
When switching the screen back to the screen that
existed before settings were changed using the
communication commands.
Syntax
UD p1<terminator>
Example
Switch the screen back to the screen that
p1
existed before settings were changed
using communication commands.
UD 0
When changing to 1 screen display
Syntax
UD p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Switching the screen (1)
p2
Display item
BD p1,p2<terminator>
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p2
Alarm delay time (1 to 3600)[s]
TREND
Trend display
DIGITAL
Digital display
BAR
Bar graph display
OVERVIEW
Overview display
ALARM
Alarm summary display
MESSAGE
Message summary display
MEMORY
Memory summary display
(Alarm indicator)
Sets the alarm delay time
p1
Switching the screen (0)
p3
Example
Group number (1 to 4)
Set the display to 1 screen display,
display the trend, and set the group
Query
BD[ p1]?
number to 4.
Example
Set the alarm delay time for channel 01
UD 1,TREND,4
to 120 s.
BC 01,120
When turning ON or OFF automatic switching of
the displayed groups, switching to all channel
display from group display or vice versa, turning
ON or OFF the scales, and turning ON or OFF the
numerical section on the trend screen
Syntax
UD p1,p2,p3,p4,p5<terminator>
p1
Switching the screen (4)
p2
Enables/disables automatic switching
of the displayed groups (ON, OFF)
p3
Switches all channel display and
group display (ALL, GROUP)
p4
Turns the scale display ON/OFF (ON/
OFF)
p5
Turns the numerical display section
ON/OFF (ON, OFF)
Example
Enables the automatic switching of the
displayed groups, switches to group
display from all channel display, turns
ON the scale display, and turns OFF the
numerical section.
UD 4,ON,GROUP,ON,OFF
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5.5 Setting Commands (Control)
Description • Parameter p2 is valid on the trend, digital, or
bar graph screens. Automatically switches
the displayed groups. Use the SE command
to set the switching interval (scroll time).
• Parameters p3, p4 and p5 are valid on the
trend screen.
PS
Syntax
Starts/Stops measurements
PS p1<terminator>
p1
Example
• EV4 is valid when event data are being
acquired to the internal memory in the free
mode, and the recorder is set to store the data
to the external storage medium using auto
save. The event data residing in the internal
memory can be stored to the external storage
medium at arbitrary times.
MS
Starts/Stops measurements
0
Start
1
Stop
Start measurement.
Syntax
MS p1<terminator>
Example
Write the message of message number 8.
p1
Confirms the alarm status
(alarm acknowledge)
EV
Syntax
Executes alarm acknowledge (0)
Syntax
Starts/stops/resets computation
(MATH)/Clears the computation
dropout status display
TL p1<terminator>
p1
Confirm the current held condition of the
Operation type
alarm (executes alarm acknowledge).
0
Start computation
AK 0
1
Stop computation
2
Reset computation
3
Clear the computation dropout
Manual sample, Manual trigger,
snapshot, saving display data,
and saving event data
status display
Example
Operation type
0
Perform manual sampling.
1
Activate manual trigger.
2
Snapshot.
3
Save the display data to the
storage medium.
4
Description • This command cannot be executed while
setup data are being saved or loaded.
• This command can be used on models with
the computation function option /M1.
DS
Save the event data to the
storage medium.
Start computation.
TL 0
EV p1<terminator>
p1
Example
TL
AK p1<terminator>
p1
Example
Description This command displays the message to the
screen and writes the message into the display
data and event data.
Syntax
Switches execution modes
(operation/basic setting)
DS p1<terminator>
p1
Perform manual sampling.
EV 1
Description • EV1 is valid only when key trigger of data
acquisition setting is set to ON, and functions
as key trigger equally.
• EV2 is valid on models with the external
storage medium drive and ether net
communication interface option /C7.
• EV3 is valid when display data are being
acquired to the internal memory, and the
recorder is set to store the data to the external
storage medium using auto save. The display
data residing in the internal memory can be
stored to the external storage medium at
arbitrary times.
Example
Execution modes
0
Operation mode
1
Basic setting mode
Set the mode to basic setting mode.
DS 1
Description • The setting p1 to 1 cannot be specified while
measurement/computation is in progress,
while the external storage medium is being
formatted, or while data are being saved to
the external storage medium.
• The setting p1 to 0 cannot be specified while
the external storage medium is being
formatted or while data are being saved to the
external storage medium.
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5
Commands
Syntax
Message number (1 to 8)
MS 8
PS 0
Description Acquires the display, event, and report data to
the internal memory when the measurement is
started.
AK
Writes the message (display and
save)
5.5 Setting Commands (Control)
• In order to activate the settings that are
changed using the basic setting commands,
the settings must be saved using the XE
command. Make sure to save the settings
with the XE command before changing from
the basic setting mode to the operation mode.
Otherwise, new settings will not be activated.
LO
Syntax
Loads the setting data for
setting commands
LO p1<terminator>
p1
Example
File name (Up to 8 characters)
Load the setting data of setting commands
from the setup file SETFILE1 (.PNL
extension).
LO SETFILE1
Description • This command cannot be used to load the
setting data of the basic setting commands.
In order to load the setting data of both setting
and basic setting commands, use the YO
command.
• This command cannot be specified on models
that do not have an external storage device or
when a medium is not inserted into the drive.
LI
Syntax
Example
Syntax
p1
Example
Starts/Stops the e-mail function
0
Start
1
Stop
Start the e-mail function.
EM 0
Description Acquires the display, event, and report data to
the internal memory when the measurement is
started.
Description • For details on the settings for the e-mail
transmission function, see sections 2.3 and
2.11.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
KE
Syntax
Key operation command
KE p1<terminator>
p1
Keys
Soft keys 1 to 7
ESC key
MENU
MENU key
FUNC
FUNC key
START
START key
LI p1<terminator>
STOP
STOP key
p1
USER
USER key
Save the setting data of both setting and
0 TO 9
Number "0" to "9" key
basic setting commands to the file
MINUS
"-" key
SETFILE2.
DOT
"." key
LI SETFILE2
DISP
DISP/ENTER key
UP
Up arrow key
DOWN
Down arrow key
RIGHT
Right arrow key
LEFT
Left arrow key
Saves the setting data
File name (Up to 8 characters)
Sets the communication input
data
CM p1,p2<terminator>
Communication input data number (C01
to C12)
p2
Communication input data
The range is –9.9999E+29 to –1.0000E
–30, 0, and 1.0000E –30 to
9.9999E+29.
(The + sign of "E+" can be omitted.)
Set the communication input data 1.0000E–
10 in the communication input data number
C01.
CM C01,10.0000E02
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
5-18
EM p1<terminator>
ESC
p1
Example
Syntax
Starts/stops the e-mail
transmission function
F1 to F7
Description • A file extension “.PNL” is attached to the
saved file. This command is equivalent to the
YI command.
• This command cannot be specified on models
that do not have an external storage device or
when a medium is not inserted into the drive.
CM
EM
Example
Press the DISP/ENTER key.
KE DISP
Description Operates in the same fashion as the key
operation on the recorder. For consecutive key
operations, transmit the commands in the same
order as the key operation on the recorder.
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
5.6
Basic Setting Commands
Example
Set relay numbers I01 to I06 to AND
logic.
Enable reflash.
energizing and hold.
• In order to activate the settings that are changed
using the basic setting commands, the settings
Set the alarm to
Set the alarm
status display to hold.
Set the interval
for the upper limit on the rate-of-change
must be saved using the XE command. Make sure
to save the settings with the XE command before
to 10 and the interval for the lower
changing from the basic setting mode to the
operation mode. Otherwise, new settings will not be
Enable alarm hysteresis.
activated.
• The settings that are returned in response to a
query in the basic setting mode will contain the new
settings even if they are not saved with the XE
command. However, the new settings will not be
activated until they are saved. In order to activate
the new settings, the XE command must be issued
as described earlier. If the settings are not saved or
operation mode, the settings that are returned in
response to a query will contain the settings that
existed before they were changed.
Note
The settings that are changed using the YA/YK/YN/YQ/
YS/YG/YL/YM command are activated after saving the
new settings using the XE command and rebooting the
recorder.
XA
Syntax
XA ON,I01-I06,ENERGIZE,HOLD,HOLD,10,12,ON
Description • The interval is set in units of the scan interval.
The XV command is used to set the scan
interval.
• The hysteresis setting does not apply to
computation channels.
XI
Syntax
Turn ON/OFF reflash (ON, OFF)
Relay number set to AND logic (NONE,
p3
p4
p5
p6
A/D integral time (AUTO, 50HZ, 60HZ,
100MS)
Query
XI?
Example
Set the A/D integral time to 50 Hz.
XI 50HZ
Description 100 MS is available only on the 6 ch and 12 ch
models.
XB
Syntax
Sets the burn out
XB p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
p2
Burn out procedure (OFF, UP, DOWN)
Query
XB[ p1]?
Example
Set to UP (+ overflow) when channel 01
burns out.
XB 01,UP
XA p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7,p8<terminator>
p2
5
XI p1<terminator>
p1
Sets alarm related settings
p1
Sets the A/D integral time
XJ
Sets the RJC
I01, I01-Ixx)
When using the internal compensation circuit
Ixx: I02 to I06
Syntax
XJ p1,p2<terminator>
Energize/De-energize the relay
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
(ENERGIZE, DE_ENERGIZE)
p2
Reference junction compensation
selection (INTERNAL)
Hold/Not hold the relay (HOLD,
NONHOLD)
Query
XJ[ p1]?
Hold/Not hold the alarm status
Example
Set the RJC of channel 01 to the internal
display (HOLD, NONHOLD)
compensation circuit.
Interval for the upper limit on the
XJ 01,INTERNAL
rate-of-change (1 to 15)
p7
p8
Query
Interval for the lower limit on the
When using an external RJC
rate-of-change (1 to 15)
Syntax
XJ p1,p2,p3<terminator>
Turn ON/OFF the alarm hysteresis (ON,
p1
Channel number (01 to 12)
OFF).
p2
Reference junction compensation
selection (EXTERNAL)
XA?
p3
External RJC value (–20000 to 20000)
Query
XJ[ p1]?
Example
Set the reference junction compensation
of channel 02 to external and set the
compensation value to 0 µV.
XJ 02,EXTERNAL,0
Description The unit of p3 is µV.
5-19
Commands
cleared using the XE command and the execution
mode is changed from the basic setting mode to the
limit on the rate-of-change to 12.
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
XV
Syntax
Sets the scan interval
p6
XV p1<terminator>
20MIN, 30MIN, 1H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 6H, 8H,
p1
12H, 1DAY, 2DAY, 3DAY, 5DAY, 7DAY,
Scan interval
10DAY, 14DAY, 31DAY)
Select 250MS on the 2 ch model.
p7
Select from 1S or 2S on the 6 ch and
Example
Pretrigger (0, 5, 25, 50, 75, 95,
100) [%]
12 ch models.
Query
Event data length (3MIN, 5MIN, 10MIN,
XV?
p8
Turn ON/OFF manual trigger (ON, OFF)
Set the scan interval to 1s.
p9
Turn ON/OFF external trigger (ON,
OFF)
XV 1S
Description When the A/D integration time (p1 of XI
command) is set to 100 MS on the 6ch and 12ch
models, the scan interval can only be set to 2 s.
p10 Turn ON/OFF alarm trigger (ON, OFF)
Query
XM?
Example
Set the saving method to the external
storage medium to auto, the data types to
XT
Syntax
both display data and event data, the
Selects the temperature unit
sample rate to 10 s, the event mode to
XT p1<terminator>
p1
TRIGGER, the number of blocks to 1, the
Temperature unit
C
Celsius (°C)
F
Fahrenheit (°F)
event data length to 30 minutes, the pretrigger to 50%, the manual trigger to ON,
the external trigger to ON, and the alarm
Query
XT?
Example
Set the temperature unit to Fahrenheit.
trigger to ON.
XM AUTO,E+D,10S,TRIGGER,1,30MIN,50,ON,ON,
XT F
Description This command can be used on models with the
display language code “-2”.
XS
Syntax
Sets the channels to display the
trend and acquire the data
XS p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Channel number (01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p2
Enable/disable (ON, OFF) displaying
the trend and acquiring the data
Query
Example
XS[ p1]?
Enable displaying the trend and acquiring
the data on channel 01.
XS 01,ON
Description Computation channels (31 to 42) can be
configured on products with the computation
function option /M1.
XM
Syntax
Sets the conditions used to
acquire display/event data to the
internal memory or save the
data to the external storage
medium
ON
Description • The setting of p6 is valid when p1 is AUTO
and p4 is FREE.
• Parameters p3 through p10 are valid when p2
is set to EVENT or E+D.
• When p2 is set to E+D, p4 cannot be set to
FREE.
• Parameter p3 can be set to 250MS, or 500MS
on the 3 ch model.
• The settings of p5 to p10 are valid when p4 is
TRIGGER or ROTATE.
• The event data length selection (p5) varies
depending on the p3 setting and the number
of channels that are measuring and
computing. For details, see the user’s
manual.
XU
Syntax
XM p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7,p8,p9,p10
Sets the channel identification
display, memory alarm time,
language, and whether or not to
use the partial expanded display
function
XU p1,p2,p3,p4,p5<terminator>
p1
<terminator>
p1
measurement/computation channels
Saving method to the external storage
(TAG, CHANNEL)
medium (AUTO, MANUAL)
p2
p2
Data type (DISPLAY, EVENT, E+D)
p3
Sample rate of event data (250MS,
p4
Event mode (FREE, TRIGGER, ROTATE)
p5
Number of block
5-20
1, 2, 4
Use/Not use partial expanded display
function (USE, NOT)
Query
When p2 is set to EVENT 1, 2, 4, 8, 16
Language (ENGLISH, JAPANESE, GERMAN,
FRENCH, CHINESE, SPANISH, ITALIAN)
120S)
p4
Memory alarm time (1H, 2H, 5H, 10H,
20H, 50H, 100H)
p3
500MS, 1S, 2S, 5s, 10S, 30S, 60S,
When p2 is set to E+D
The display used to identify the
XU?
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
Example
Set the display used to identify the
When not using the timer
Syntax
XQ p1,p2<terminator>
to 1 hour, the language to English, and
p1
Timer number (1 to 3)
use the partial expansion function.
p2
Timer type (OFF)
Description • The memory alarm time (p2) is valid on
models with the FAIL/Memory End output
relay option /F1.
• The SP command cannot be specified unless
the partial expanded display function (p4) of
the XU command is set to USE.
Syntax
Sets the timer.
channel numbers, the memory alarm length
XU CHANNEL,1H,ENGLISH,USE
XR
XQ
measurement/computation channels to
Sets the remote action
Query
XQ[ p1]?
Example
Turn the number 1 timer OFF.
XQ 1,OFF
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
When using the absolute timer
Syntax
XQ p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6<terminator>
p1
Timer number (1 to 3)
XR p1,p2<terminator>
p2
Timer type (ABSOLUTE)
p1
Remote number (1 to 8)
p3
Interval (1MIN, 2MIN, 3MIN, 4MIN,
p2
Remote action
5MIN, 6MIN, 10MIN, 12MIN, 15MIN,
NONE
No action
20MIN, 30MIN, 1H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 6H, 8H,
ALARM ACK
Alarm acknowledge
p4
Start/stop measurement
Reference Time (hh fixed form)
hh
MANUAL SAMPLE
p5
Manual sampling
Hour (00 to 23)
Reset/not reset the integrated value
when the timer expires. (ON/OFF)
External trigger input
p6
(event data)
Action to take when the timer expires
(OFF, DATA SAVE)
MESSAGE1
Write message 1
Query
XQ[ p1]?
MESSAGE2
Write message 2
Example
Set an absolute timer to timer number 1.
MESSAGE3
Write message 3
Set the sampling interval to 30 minutes,
MESSAGE4
Write message 4
the reference time to 7 O'clock, reset
MESSAGE5
Write message 5
the integrated value when the timer
MESSAGE6
Write message 6
expires, and set no action when the timer
MESSAGE7
Write message 7
expires.
MESSAGE8
Write message 8
PANEL1 LOAD
Load setting 1
PANEL2 LOAD
Load setting 2
PANEL3 LOAD
Load setting 3
XQ 1,ABSOLUTE,30MIN,07,ON,NONE
Description • This command can be used on models with
the computation function option /M1.
• The timer expires at the interval specified by
parameter 3 from the time specified by p4,
and performs the operation set with
parameters p5 and p6.
MATH START/STOP
Start/stop MATH
MATH RESET Reset MATH
When using the relative timer
Syntax
PULSE
XQ p1,p2,p3,p4,p5<terminator>
p1
Timer number (1 to 3)
Adjust time
p2
Timer type (RELATIVE)
Pulse input
p3
Interval (hh:mm fixed form)
TIME ADJUST
Query
XR[ p1]?
hh
Hour (00 to 24)
Example
Set the remote action of remote number 1
mm
Minute (00 to 59)
to writing message 1.
Set in the range 00:01 to 24:00
p4
XR 1,MESSAGE1
Description • PANEL1 LOAD to PANEL3 LOAD is valid on
models with the external storage medium
drive.
• SNAPSHOT is valid on models with the
external storage medium drive and ethernet
communication interface option /C7.
• PULSE is valid on models with pulse
measurement input option /PM1.
Reset/not reset the integrated value
when the timer expires. (ON/OFF)
p5
Action to take when the timer expires
(OFF, DATA SAVE)
Query
XQ[ p1]?
5-21
Commands
12H, 24H)
MEMORY START/STOP
TRIGGER
5
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
Example
Set a relative timer to timer number 1.
Set the sampling interval to 1 hour 15
minutes, reset the integrated value when
the timer expires, and set no action when
RM
When not using the report channel
Syntax
the timer expires.
XQ 1,RELATIVE,01:15,ON,NONE
Description • This command can be used on models with
the computation function option /M1.
• The timer expires at the interval specified by
parameter p3 from the time the instrument is
turned ON, the timer is reset, and when the
timer setting is OFF, and performs the
operation set with parameters p4 and p5.
RO
Sets the report type and
generation time.
RO?
Example
Set report to none.
Set the report channel of number 1 to
unused.
RM 01,OFF
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
When using the report channel
Syntax
p1
Report channel number (01 to 12)
p2
Use/Not use the report channel (ON)
p3
The measurement/computation channel
(01 to 12 or 31 to 42)
p4
performed.
Report type (HOUR, DAY, DAY+MONTH)
p2
Report contents (AVE, INST)
p3
Date of creation (dd fixed form)
dd
p4
of seconds.
Example
Create a daily report at 9 o'clock
everyday (Parameter p2 is invalid in this
example).
RO DAY,05,09
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
For daily+weekly reports
RO p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Report type (DAY+WEEK)
p2
Report contents (AVE, INST)
p3
Day of creation (SUN, MON, TUE, WED,
THU, FRI, SAT)
Time of creation (hh fixed form)
hour (00 to 23)
RO?
Create a daily report at 9 o'clock
everyday, and a weekly report every
Tuesday.
RO DAY+WEEK,TUE,09
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
Convert as though the physical
values are integrated in units
of minutes.
/H
Convert as though the physical
values are integrated in units
of hours.
/DAY
hour (00 to 23)
RO?
hh
Convert as though the physical
Day (01 to 28)
Query
p4
no conversion
/S
/MIN
Time of creation (h h fixed form)
hh
OFF
values are integrated in units
RO p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Summation conversion of the waveform
on which integration is to be
For hourly, daily, and daily + monthly reports
5-22
RM p1,p2,p3,p4<terminator>
number for which to create reports
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
Example
Use/Not use the report channel (OFF)
Example
RO OFF
Query
Report channel number (01 to 12)
p2
RM[ p1]?
Report type (OFF)
Query
Syntax
p1
RO p1<terminator>
p1
Syntax
RM p1,p2<terminator>
Query
When report type is set to none
Syntax
Sets the report channel
Convert as though the physical
values are integrated in units
of days.
Query
RM[ p1]?
Example
Use the report channel number 1.
Set the
measurement/computation channel number
for which to create reports to 01, and
the summation conversion of the waveform
on which integration is to be performed
to 1 s.
RM 01,ON,01,/S
Description • This command can be used on models with
the computation function option /M1.
• About p4
Because the sampled data are integrated over
each scan interval, the physical value
integrated over a given period of time may be
different from the actual integrated value. This
occurs if the given period is not equal to the
scan interval. In these cases, set p4 to the
unit of the integration time desired. The
integrated value is found according to the
following conversion equations that depend
on the p4 parameter.
OFF
∑ (Measured value)
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
/S
/MIN
∑ (Measured value) X scan interval
∑ (Measured value) X scan interval/
60
/HOUR ∑ (Measured value) X scan interval/
3600
/DAY ∑ (Measured value) X scan interval/
86400
The unit of the scan interval is seconds.
Description In order to activate the settings that are changed
using the basic setting commands, the settings
must be saved using the XE command. Make
sure to save the settings with the XE command
before changing from the basic setting mode to
the operation mode. Otherwise, new settings will
not be activated.
XG
XO
Syntax
Sets the time zone
XG p1<terminator>
p1
The offset time from GMT (-1200 to
1200)
Example
Upper two digits
Hours (00 to 12)
Lower two digits
Minutes (00 to 59)
Set the offset time to 9 hours lead.
XG 0900
Description This command can be used on models with the
computation function option /M1.
XO p1<terminator>
p1
Communication type
XP
ETHERNET
SERIAL
Query
XO?
Example
Set the communication interface to
Sets the data and time for the
memory timeup
When the memory timeup is set to none
Syntax
XP p1<terminator>
Ethernet (the communication interface is
Query
XP?
used to output data in the internal
Example
Set the memory timeup to none.
p1
memory and files on the external storage
Timeup type (OFF)
XP OFF
medium using the ME/MI/MO commands).
XO ETHERNET
Description The p1 parameter can be set on models with the
ethernet communication interface option /C7 and
the serial interface option /C2 or /C3.
XH
Syntax
When the timeup type is set to “HOUR”, “DAY”, or
“MONTH”
Syntax
Sets whether or not to use the
key login, auto logout, and user
ID functions
XP p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Timeup type (HOUR, DAY, MONTH)
p2
Date of timeup (dd fixed form)
p3
Time of timeup (hh fixed form)
dd
hh
Day (01 to 28)
hour (00 to 23)
XH p1,p2,p3<terminator>
Query
XP?
p1
Example
The memory timeup occurs at 9 o'clock
p2
p3
Use/not use the key login function
(USE, NOT)
everyday (Parameter p2 is invalid in this
Use/not use the auto logout function
example).
(ON, OFF)
XP DAY,05,09
Use/not use the User ID function
(USE, NOT)
When the timeup type is set to “WEEK”
Syntax
XP p1,p2,p3<terminator>
Query
XH?
Example
Use the key login, auto logout, and user
p1
Timeup type (WEEK)
ID functions.
p2
Day of timeup (SUN, MON, TUE, WED,
p3
Time of timeup (hh fixed form)
THU, FRI, SAT)
XH USE,ON,USE
XE
Syntax
Sets whether or not to store the
basic settings
XE p1<terminator>
p1
Store or discard the settings (STORE,
ABORT)
Example
hh
hour (00 to 23)
Query
XP?
Example
The memory timeup occurs at 9 o'clock
5
Commands
Syntax
Selects the communication
interface used to output data
residing in the internal memory
(display, event, TLOG, manual
sampled, and report data) and
files on the external storage
medium using output
commands (ME/MI/MO
commands)
every Tuesday.
XP WEEK,TUE,09
Store the basic settings.
XE STORE
5-23
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
XC
Syntax
Sets media FIFO function
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
XC p1<terminator>
p1
Use/not use media FIFO function
(ON,OFF)
Query
XC?
When using the DNS
Example
Turn the media FIFO function OFF.
Syntax
XC OFF
Description • Media FIFO function can be used on models
with the CF card drive for external storage
medium.
• This command can be used when the method
of saving the internal memory data is “Auto
Save”.
YA
Syntax
Sets the IP address, subnet
mask, and default gateway
YA p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
IP address (0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255)
p2
Subnet mask
(0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255)
p3
Default gateway
(0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255)
Query
YA?
Example
Set the IP address to 192.168.111.24,
YN p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7<terminator>
p1
Use/Not use the DNS (ON)
p2
Address of the primary DNS server
(0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255)
p3
Address of the secondary DNS server
(0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255)
p4
Host name (Up to 64 characters)
p5
Domain name (Up to 64 characters)
p6
Domain suffix 1 (Up to 64 characters)
p7
Domain suffix 2 (Up to 64 characters)
Query
YN?
Example
Use the DNS server at 192.168.0.1.
YN 192.168.0.1
Description • The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
YQ
Sets the communication timeout
subnet mask to 255.255.255.0, and default
gateway to 0.0.0.0.
When not using the timeout
YA 192.168.111.24,255.255.255.0,0.0.0.0
Syntax
Description • The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
YK
Syntax
Sets keepalive
YK p1<terminator>
p1
Query
Example
Enable/Disable keepalive (ON, OFF)
YK?
Disable keepalive
YK OFF
Description • The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
YN
Syntax
YN p1<terminator>
p1
Query
Example
p1
Use/Not use the DNS (OFF)
YN?
Do not use the DNS.
Enable/Disable communication timeout
(OFF)
Query
YQ?
Example
Disable timeout.
YQ OFF
Description • The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
When using the timeout
Syntax
YQ p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Enable/Disable communication timeout
(ON)
p2
Timeout time (1 to 120) [minutes]
Query
YQ?
Example
Enable communication timeout and set the
timeout period to 3 min.
Sets the DNS.
When not using the DNS
YQ p1<terminator>
YQ ON,3
Description • The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
YN OFF
Description • The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
5-24
YS
Syntax
Sets the serial interface
YS p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6<terminator>
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
p1
Baud rate (1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,
p1
Type of data to be cleared or
19200, 38400)
initialized
p2
Data length (7, 8)
0
p3
Parity check (NONE, ODD, EVEN)
and initialize the setup data of
p4
Handshaking (OFF:OFF, XON:XON,
the setting mode and basic
setting mode.
XON:RS, CS:RS)
p5
RS-422A/485 address (01 to 32)
p6
Protocol (NORMAL, MODBUS)
1
YS?
Example
Set the baud rate to 9600, the data
length to 8, the parity check to ODD,
and initialize the setup data of
2
Example
address to 02, and the protocol to
NORMAL.
YS 9600,8,ODD,OFF:OFF,02,NORMAL
Loads setting data
Description • The measured/computed data indicates the
data residing in the internal memory of the
recorder.
• This command cannot be specified while the
external storage medium is being formatted.
YT
Syntax
Sets the FTP transfer timing
YT p1,p2<terminator>
p1
YO p1<terminator>
p1
data files are created (ON, OFF)
Name of the source file (Up to 8
p2
characters)
Example
p3
basic setting commands from the setup
YI
Syntax
Saves setting data
YO p1<terminator>
p1
Name of the destination file (Up to 8
characters)
Example
Save the setting data of both setting and
executed) (ON, OFF)
Query
YT?
Example
Auto transfer the display and event data
files.
YT ON,OFF,OFF
Description • When the method to save the data to the
external storage medium is set to “Auto,” the
data files are automatically transferred when
they are created. For the methods to save the
data to the external storage medium, see the
user’s manual.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
YG
YC
Syntax
Sets whether or not to use the
Web server
Syntax
YO p1<terminator>
Query
YG?
Example
Use Web server.
p1
YI SETFILE2
Description • A file extension “.PNL” is attached to the
saved file. This command is equivalent to the
LI command.
• This command cannot be specified on models
that do not have an external storage device or
when a medium is not inserted into the drive.
Do not transfer the report data
file and screen image data file.
basic setting commands to the file
SETFILE2.
Auto transfer when screen image data
files are created (when snapshot is
file SETFILE1 (.PNL extension).
Description • This command loads the setting data of both
setting and basic setting commands. To load
only the setting data of setting commands,
use the LO command.
• This command cannot be specified on models
that do not have an external storage device or
when a medium is not inserted into the drive.
• When executing this command, the
communication is disconnected.
Auto transfer when report data files
are created (ON, OFF)
Load the setting data of both setting and
YO SETFILE1
Auto transfer when display and event
Use/Not Web server (USE, NOT)
YG USE
Description • For details on the settings for the Web server,
see sections 2.3 and 2.9.
• The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
Clears the measured/computed
data, initializes setup data
YC p1<terminator>
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5
Commands
Description • The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
• This command can be used on models with
the serial interface option /C2 or /C3.
Clear all measured/computed data.
Clear all measured/computed data.
YC 2
handshaking to OFF:OFF, the RS-422A/485
Syntax
Clear all measured/computed data
the setting mode.
Query
YO
Clear all measured/computed data
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
C7.
YL
Syntax
Sets the Modbus master
YL p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Read cycle (125MS, 250MS, 500MS, 1S,
2S, 5S, 10S)
p2
Timeout time (125MS, 250MS, 500MS,
YM 2,ON,C02,C02,5,30003,INT32_B
Description • This command can be used on models with
the serial interface option /C2 or /C3.
• This command is valid when the serial
interface protocol is set to “Modbus-M.” For
the procedure in setting the serial interface,
see section 4.4.
• The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
1S, 2S, 5S, 10S, 1MIN)
p3
Number of retrials
(OFF, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 20)
YU
Sets the contents of the e-mail
Query
YL?
When setting the alarm mail
Example
Set the read cycle to 500, timeout time
Syntax
<terminator>
Yl 500MS,250MS,2
p1
Type (ALARM)
p2
Recipient 1
(ON, OFF)
p3
Recipient 2
(ON, OFF)
p4
Alarm No.1 (ON, OFF)
p5
Alarm No.2 (ON, OFF)
p6
Alarm No.3 (ON, OFF)
p7
Alarm No.4 (ON, OFF)
p8
Instantaneous values (ON, OFF)
p9
URL of the recorder (ON, OFF)
Description • This command can be used on models with
the serial interface option /C2 or /C3.
• This command is valid when the serial
interface protocol is set to “Modbus-M.” For
the procedure in setting the serial interface,
see section 4.4.
• The settings specified by this command take
effect the next time the recorder is turned ON.
YM
YU p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7,p8,p9,p10,p11,p12
to 250MS, and number of retrials to 2.
Sets the commands for Modbus
master
p10
Subject (Up to 32 characters)
p11
Header 1 (Up to 64 characters)
p12
Header 2 (Up to 64 characters)
When the command is not used
Query
YU[p1]?
Syntax
Example
Send alarm mails from alarm no. 1 to 4,
Query
Example
YM p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Registration number (1 to 8)
to the recipient 1.
p2
Command ON/OFF (OFF)
instantaneous values but the URL.
Attach the
Set
YM[p1]?
the subject and the header 1 to "ALM" and
Set the command registration number 1 to
"LP2" respectively.
OFF.
YU ALARM,ON,OFF,ON,ON,ON,ON,ON,OFF,ALM
YM 1,OFF
,LP2
When the command is used
When setting the scheduled mail
Syntax
Syntax
YS p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7<terminator>
YU p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7,p8,p9,p10,p11,p12
p1
Registration number (1 to 8)
<terminator>
p2
Command ON/OFF (ON)
p1
Type (TIME)
p3
First channel number (C01 to C12)
p2
Recipient 1
p4
Last channel number (C01 to C12)
p3
Interval for recipient 1 (1H, 2H, 3H,
p5
Slave device address number (1 to
4H, 6H, 8H, 12H, 24H)
p4
247)
p6
p7
(ON, OFF)
Time to send mail to recipient 1
(HH:MM)
Register number (30001 to 39999,
40001 to 49999, 300001 to 365535,
p5
Recipient 2 (ON, OFF)
400001 to 465535)
p6
Interval for recipient 2 (1H, 2H, 3H,
4H, 6H, 8H, 12H, 24H)
Data type (INT16, UINT16, INT32_B,
p7
INT32_L, UINT32_B, UINT32_L, FLOAT_B,
Time to send mail to recipient 2
(HH:MM)
FLOAT_L)
Query
YM?
p8
Instantaneous values (ON, OFF)
Example
Take a 32-bit signed integer assigned to
p9
URL of the recorder (ON, OFF)
registers 30003 (upper 16 bits) and 30004
p10
Subject (Up to 32 characters)
(lower 16 bits) in slave device (address
p11
Header 1 (Up to 64 characters)
number is 5) to the communication input
p12
Header 2 (Up to 64 characters)
data channel C02.
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Query
YU[p1]?
5.6 Basic Setting Commands
Example
Send scheduled mails to the recipient 1
at 17:15 everyday.
instantaneous values.
"GOOD" and "LP2" respectively.
YU TIME,ON,24H,17:15,OFF,,,OFF,ON,GOOD
,LP2
When setting the system mail
Query
Type (SYSTEM)
p2
Recipient 1
(ON, OFF)
p3
Recipient 2
(ON, OFF)
p4
URL of the recorder (ON, OFF)
p5
Subject (Up to 32 characters)
p6
Header 1 (Up to 64 characters)
p7
Header 2 (Up to 64 characters)
YW
Syntax
Set
"LP2" respectively.
YU SYSTEM,ON,OFF,ON,SystemAlart,LP2
When setting the report mail
YW[p1]?
Example
Set the sender’s addresses to "ABCD."
5
YW ABCD
Description • For details on the settings for the e-mail
transmission function, see sections 2.3 and
2.11.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communicaiton interface option /
7.
YU p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7<terminator>
p1
Type (REPORT)
p2
Recipient 1
(ON, OFF)
p3
Recipient 2
(ON, OFF)
p4
URL of the recorder (ON, OFF)
p5
Subject (Up to 32 characters)
p6
Header 1 (Up to 64 characters)
p7
Header 2 (Up to 64 characters)
YX
Syntax
Example
Send report mails to the recipient 1 with
Set
the subject and the header 1 to "Report"
and
SMTP server’s name (Up to 64
characters)
p2
YU[p1]?
the URL of the recorder attached.
Sets the SMTP server
YX p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Query
"LP2" respectively.
YU REPORT,ON,OFF,ON,Report,LP2
Description • For details on the system mail, see section
1.2.
• The report mail can be used on models with
the computation function option /M1.
• For details on the settings for the e-mail
transmission function, see sections 2.3 and
2.11.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communication interface option /
C7.
Syntax
Sender’s address (Up to 64
Query
Send system mails to the recipient 1 with
the subject and the header 1 to
YV
YW p1<terminator>
characters)
YU[p1]?
"SystemAlart" and
Sets the sender’s address
p1
the URL of the recorder attached.
Syntax
YV 1,[email protected] [email protected]
Description • To specify multiple addresses, delimit the
addresses using spaces.
• For details on the settings for the e-mail
transmission function, see sections 2.3 and
2.11.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communication interface option /
C7.
Port number (0 to 65535)
Query
YX?
Example
Set the SMTP server’s name to
"mhs.good.co.jp" and the port number to
"25."
YX 1,mhs.good.co.jp,25
Description • For details on the settings for the e-mail
transmission function, see sections 2.3 and
2.11.
• This command can be used on models with
the ethernet communication interface option /
7.
Sets the recipient’s address
YV p1,p2<terminator>
p1
Recipient
1 Recipient 1
2 Recipient 2
p2
Query
Addresses (Up to 150 characters)
YV[p1]?
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Commands
Example
YU p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,p6,p7<terminator>
p1
Set the addresses for the recipient 1 to
"[email protected]" and "[email protected]"
Attach the URL.
Set the subject and the header 1 to
Syntax
Example
Do not attach the
5.7 Output Commands (Control)/5.8 Output Commands (Setup, measured, and computed data output)
5.7
BO
Syntax
Output Commands
(Control)
BO p1<terminator>
Byte order
0
Sends MSB first.
1
Sends LSB first.
Query
BO?
Example
Output MSB first
BO 0
Description This command is used to specify the byte order
for the numerical data during binary output.
Syntax
Output Commands (Setup,
measured, and computed
data output)
Sets the output byte order
p1
CS
5.8
Sets the checksum
CS p1<terminator>
p1
FC
Syntax
FC p1<terminator>
Example
Outputs screen image data from the
p1
Not use
1
Use
FC GET
Description Obtains the screen image data of the current
screen and outputs the data in PNG format.
FE
Syntax
Outputs setup data
FE p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
CS?
Example
Use the checksum.
p2
Status filter value
Set the status value to 1.0.4.0.
p3
IF 1.0.4.0
Syntax
Disconnects an Ethernet
connection
CC p1<terminator>
p1
Example
Disconnect the connection (0)
Disconnect the connection.
CC 0
Description This command can be used on models with the
ethernet communication interface option /C7.
Initialization of BO/CS/IF Command Settings
• For Serial Communications
Settings entered using the BO/CS/IF commands revert to
their initial values (output byte order, checksum = 0,
status filter = 000.000.000.000) when the recorder is
reset (when the power is turned OFF then ON, or the
user exits the basic setting mode).
If the recorder is reset, you must restore these settings.
• For Ethernet Communications
Settings entered using the BO/IF commands revert to
their initial values when the connection to the recorder is
cut. After reconnecting the recorder, you must reenter
the settings.
Output the setup data of the setting
commands of channel 1 through 5 from the
instrument.
FE 0,01,05
Description • Set the parameters for the first and last
channel numbers so that the last channel
number is greater than or equal to the first
channel number.
• The settings of p2 and p3 are valid when p1 =
0, 1, 2, and 3.
FD
Note
5-28
Last channel number (01 to 12 or 31
to 42)
Example
Description For details, see chapter 7.
CC
Setting data file
First channel number (01 to 12 or 31
to 42)
(0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255)
Example
Decimal and unit information of
the most recent TLOG value
4
IF p1<terminator>
IF?
Setup data of the basic setting
commands
3
Sets the status filter
Query
Decimal position and unit
information
2
Description This command can be used on models with the
serial communication interface option /C2 or /C3.
p1
Setup data of the setting
commands
CS 1
Syntax
Output data type
0
1
Query
IF
Outputs screen image data (GET)
recorder.
Use/not use checksum
0
Outputs screen image data
Syntax
Outputs the most recent
measured/computed data
FD p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Output data type
0
Output the most recent measured/
computed data in ASCII format
1
Output the most recent measured/
computed data in binary format.
4
Output the most recent TLOG data
in ASCII format.
5
Output the most recent TLOG data
in binary format.
5.8 Output Commands (Setup, measured, and computed data output)
p2
First channel number (01 to 12 or 31
to 42)
p3
last channel number (01 to 12 or 31
to 42)
Example
Output the most recent measured/computed
data from channel 1 to 5 in ASCII format.
FD 0,01,05
Description • The most recent measured/computed data
indicates the most recent measured/computed
data residing in the internal memory when the
recorder receives the FD command.
• Set the parameters for the first and last
channel numbers so that the last channel
number is greater than or equal to the first
channel number.
• The settings of p2 and p3 are valid when
p1=0, 1, 4 and 5.
Syntax
•
Outputs FIFO data
•
FF p1,p2,p3,p4<terminator>
p1
Operation type
GET
Output the data starting
•
from the next to the
previous read position
RESEND
Retransmit the previous
output
RESET
Set the read position to the
FL
Syntax
COM
Communication
FTPC
FTP client
to 42)
ERR
Operation error
last channel number (01 to 12 or 31
KEY
Key login
Output the newest data
p2
to 42)
p4
Maximum read length of the log
The upper limit of number of blocks
When p1 is COM: 1 to 200
that are to be loaded (1 to 120)
When p1 is ALARM: 1 to 120
1 to 240 for the 3 ch model
When p1 is MSG: 1 to 100
1 to 60 for the 6 ch and 12 ch models
When p1 is some type other than
above: 1 to 50
If the measured/computed data is less
than the specified number of blocks,
Example
FL ERR,10
transmitted.
Output two blocks of FIFO data from
channels 1 to 10.
FF GET,01,10,2
Description • The FIFO buffer is of a circular type which
overacquires from the oldest data when it is
full. The FR command is used to set the
acquiring interval.
• There are two types of output method, GET
and GETNEW.
GET
Output the specified number of blocks (p4) of
FIFO data starting from the next to the
previous read position (block). Make sure to
read the data within the following buffer period
to prevent data dropouts.
Output the ten most recent operation
error logs.
only the available data are
Example
Log type
First channel number (01 to 12 or 31
GETNEW
p3
FL p1,p2<terminator>
p1
most recent acquire position
p2
Outputs communication log
Description • Outputs the log that is saved in the recorder.
• FTPC, WEB and EMAIL of p1 are valid on
models with ethernet communication interface
option /C7.
• If p2 is omitted, all written logs are output.
IS
Outputs status information
Syntax
IS p1<terminator>
Example
Output status information.
p1
Output status information (0)
IS 0
Description The output status can be masked using the
status filter (IF command).
FU
Syntax
Outputs user level
FU p1<terminator>
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5
Commands
FF
•
• For the 3 ch model
FIFO buffer length: 240 intervals (scan
interval)
Maximum buffer period: 240 x (acquiring
period)
• For the 6 ch and 12 ch models
FIFO buffer length: 60 intervals (scan
interval)
Maximum buffer period: 60 x (acquiring
period)
GETNEW
Output the specified number of blocks (p4) of
FIFO data back starting from the recent
acquire position (block).
Parameters p2 and p4 are valid when p1 is
set to GET or GETNEW.
If p4 is omitted, all the data of all blocks
acquired in the FIFO buffer are output.
Set the parameters for the first and last
channel numbers so that the last channel
number is greater than or equal to the first
channel number.
For the output flow of FIFO data, see
appendix 4.
5.8 Output Commands (Setup, measured, and computed data output)
p1
Example
• When p1 is LIST, the outputted ID number of
the file list becomes the all space.
• This command can be used to output data
over the communication interface (Ethernet or
serial) that was selected with the XO
command.
• If an error occurs during data transmission,
(p1=) RESEND can be used to retransmit the
data.
Output user information (0)
Output user information.
FU 0
Description Outputs the information of the user currently
connected to the recorder.
ME
Syntax
Outputs data saved in the
external storage medium
ME p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Operation type
DIR
Output the file list
LIST
Oputput the simple file list
GET
Output (first time)
NEXT
Output (succeeding times),
MI
Syntax
Outputs display data and event
data acquired in the internal
memory
MI p1,p2,p3,p4<terminator>
p1
this parameter is used to
Operation type
DIR
output the remaining data
output data list
operation is not adequate.
RESEND
DEL
Retransmit the previous
GET
Output (first time)
output
NEXT
Output (succeeding times),
This parameter is used to
Delete
output the remaining data
DIRNEXT Outputs the succeeding file
when first output operation
list after the file list is
is not adequate.
output using the DIR or LIST
command.
The number of
RESEND
Retransmit the previous
SIZE
Output the data size
output
output lists is the p3 value
specified with the DIR or
LIST command.
(capacity)
If this
p2
command is executed after all
EVENT
the free space of the storage
medium is output.
File name (Up to 26 characters)
Specify with a full path.
p3
Example
Event data
p3
Block number (1 to 16)
p4
Output format (FILE, DATA)
Output the data in block number 1
The maximum number of file lists to
containing display data using the file
be output (1 to 100). All file lists
output format.
MI GET,DISPLAY,1,FILE
in the specified directory are output
when p3 is omitted.
Example
Output data type
DISPLAY Display data
lists have been output, only
p2
Put the data on standby for
communication output and
when the first output
• Output the list of all files in the
root directory.
ME DIR,/
• Output 10 files of the file list of the
root directory.
ME DIR,/,10
• Output the list of all files in the
DATA0 directory.
ME DIR,/DATA0/*.*
• Output the list of all display data
files in the DATA0 directory.
ME DIR,/DATA0/*.DDS
Description • Parameter p2 is valid when p1 is set to DIR,
GET, or SIZE.
• Parameters p3 and p4 are valid when p1 is
set to GET or SIZE.
• This command can be used to output data
over the communication interface (Ethernet or
serial) that was selected with the XO
command.
• This command outputs the data that have
been put on standby using (p1=) DIR using
(p1=) GET. Make sure to put the data on
standby using DIR before outputting the data
using GET.
• Output the data in the file
72615100.DDS in the DATA0 directory.
MO
ME GET,/DATA0/72615100.DDS
Description • Parameter p2 is valid when p1 is set to DIR,
GET, or DEL.
• Parameter p3 is valid when p1 is set to DIR or
LIST.
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Syntax
Outputs TLOG data, manual
sampled data, and report data
acquired in the internal memory
MO p1,p2,p3<terminator>
p1
Operation type
5.8 Output Commands (Setup, measured, and computed data output)/
5.9 Output Commands (RS-422A/485 Dedicated Commands)
DIR
Put the data on standby for
communication output and
5.9
output data list
GET
NEXT
Output (first time)
Output (succeeding times),
This parameter is used to
output the remaining data
ESC O
RESEND
SIZE
p2
p3
Example
Open the instrument at address 01, and
p1
Instrument's address (01 to 32)
Output the data size
enable all commands.
ESC O 01
TLOG data
MANUAL
Manual sampling data
REPORT
Report
Block number
When p2 is TLOG
1 to 16
When p2 is MANUAL
1 to 50
When p2 is REPORT
1 to 40
Output the data in block number 1
containing TLOG data from the instrument.
MO GET,TLOG,1
Description • Parameter p2 is valid when p1 is set to DIR,
GET, or SIZE.
• Parameter p3 is valid when p1 is set to GET
or SIZE.
• This command can be used to output data
over the communication interface (Ethernet or
serial) that was selected with the XO
command.
• This command outputs the data that have
been put on standby using (p1=) DIR using
(p1=) GET. Make sure to put the data on
standby using DIR before outputting the data
using GET.
Description • Specifies the address of the device with which
to communicate.
• Only one instrument can be opened at any
given time.
• When an instrument is opened with the ESC
O command, any other instrument that is
currently open is automatically closed.
• When this command is received correctly, the
recorder transmits the data “ESC 0
.”
• Normally, either CR+LF or LF can be used as
terminators for communication commands.
However, the terminator for this command
must be CR+LF.
ESC C
Closes the instrument
The ASCII code of ESC is 1BH. See appendix 1.
Syntax
ESC C p1<terminator>
Example
Close the instrument with the address 01.
p1
Instrument's address (01 to 32)
ESC C 01
Description • Clears the current connection with the
instrument.
• When this command is received correctly, the
recorder transmits the data “ESC C
.”
• Normally, either CR+LF or LF can be used as
terminators for communication commands.
However, the terminator for this command
must be CR+LF.
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5
Commands
Example
ESC O p1<terminator>
(capacity)
Output data type
TLOG
Syntax
Retransmit the previous
output
Opens the instrument
The ASCII code of ESC is 1BH. See appendix 1.
when first output operation
is not adequate.
Output Commands (RS422A/485 Dedicated
Commands)
5.10 Maintenance/Test Commands
5.10 Maintenance/Test
Commands (Available
when using the
maintenance/test server
function via Ethernet
communications)
eth
Outputs Ethernet statistical
information
Syntax
eth<terminator>
Example
eth
EA
00/00/00 12:34:56
Ethernet Statistics
close
Syntax
Disconnects the connection
between other devices
Name
In Pkt
In Err
Out Pkt
Out Err
lo0
0
0
0
0
0
close,p1,p2:p3<terminator>
mb0
74
0
64
0
0
p1
EN
Port on the recorder side (0 to
16 Coll
65535)
p2
help
IP address on the PC side
(0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255)
p3
Example
Syntax
Port on the PC side (0 to 65535)
p1
close,34159,192.168.111.24:1054
Description This command cannot be used to disconnect a
server port. Also, it cannot disconnect the
recorder being operated. Use the quit command
for this purpose.
Example
help
EA
Outputs connection information
Syntax
Command name
(close, con, eth, help, net, quit)
E0
con
Outputs help
help [,p1]<terminator>
con<terminator>
con
- echo connection information
eth
- echo Ethernet information
help
- echo help
net
- echo network status
quit
- close this connection
EN
Example
net
con
EA
00/00/00 12:34:56
Outputs network information
Syntax
net<terminator>
Example
net
EA
00/00/00 12:34:56
Active connections
Network Status
Proto Local Address
Foreign Address
TCP
192. 168.111. 24:1053 ESTABLISHED
192.168.111. 24:34159
State
TCP
0.
0.
0.
0:34155
0.
0.
0.
0:
0 LISTEN
TCP
0.
0.
0.
0:34159
0.
0.
0.
0:
0 LISTEN
TCP
0.
0.
0.
0:34150
0.
0.
0.
0:
0 LISTEN
EN
TCP
Protocol used.
Local Address
The recorder’s socket address.
Displays “IP address : port number.”
Foreign Address
The destination socket address.
Displays “IP address : port number.”
State
Connection status
ESTABLISHED
Connection established
APP: power on time = 00/00/00 12:34:56
APP: applalive
= disable
APP: genedrops
= 0
APP: diagdrops
= 0
APP: ftpsdrops
= 0
TCP: keepalive
= 30 s
TCP: connects
= 14
TCP: closed
= 0
TCP: timeoutdrop
= 0
TCP: keepdrops
= 0
TCP: sndtotal
= 53
TCP: sndbyte
= 0
TCP: sndrexmitpack = 0
TCP: sndrexmitbyte = 1
TCP: rcvtotal
= 0
TCP: rcvbyte
= 0
DLC: 16 collisions = 0
EN
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5.10 Maintenance/Test Commands/5.11 Instrument Information Output Commands
TCP: keepalive
Keepalive check cycle
TCP: connects
Total number of established
connections.
TCP: closed
Total number of dropped connections.
TCP: timeoutdrop
Total number of dropped connections
due to TCP retransmission timeout.
5.11 Instrument Information
Output Commands
(Available when using the
instrument information
server function via
Ethernet communications)
When the transmitted packet (the unit
of transmitted data) is not received,
the packet is automatically
retransmitted at a predetermined time
interval.
If the packet is not
The instrument information server function interprets
one UDP packet to be one command and returns a
single packet (containing the recorder’s information) in
response to the command.
received after 14 retransmissions,
timeout occurs and the connection is
dropped.
34264/udp (see section
2.1)
Transfer data
Received buffer length
ASCII
128
Transmit buffer length
Maximum number
of parameters
512
32
TCP: keepdrops
Total number of dropped connections
due to TCP keepalive timeout.
TCP: sndtotal
Total number of transmitted packets.
TCP: sndbyte
Total number of transmitted bytes.
TCP: sndrexmitpack
Total number of retransmitted
In the command packet, parameters corresponding to
the desired information are placed one after another.
packets.
TCP: sndrexmitbyte
Total number of retransmitted bytes.
Parameter
all
TCP: rcvtotal
Total number of received packets.
serial
model
TCP: rcvbyte
Total number of received bytes.
DLC: 16 collisions
Number of collision incidents.
A
host
collision occurs when two or more
devices on the network attempt to
transmit simultaneously.
ip
The
Description
Outputs all information that is output using the
parameters below (serial, model,
host, ip).
Outputs the serial number.
Outputs the manufacturer, model, and
firmware version.
Outputs the host name (the host name
specified in section 2.3).
Outputs the IP address (the IP address
specified in section 2.3).
tendency for collisions to occur
increases when the network is
congested.
16 collisions would mean
16 consecutive collision incidents.
Example
Query the IP address and host name.
(Of
the two frames below, the top frame
represents the command packet, the bottom
frame represents e response packet.)
quit
Syntax
Disconnects the connection of
the device being operated
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Commands
Port number
ip host
quit<terminator>
EA
ip = 192.168.111.24
host = ABCD
Description • Separate each parameter with one or more
blanks (space, tab, carriage return, line feed).
• Parameters are not case sensitive.
• Undefined parameters will be ignored.
• Parameters beyond the 32nd parameter are
ignored.
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Chapter 6 Response
6.1
Response Syntax
The following table shows the types of responses for the various commands described in
the previous chapter.
The recorder returns a response (affirmative/negative response) to a command that is
separated by a single delimiter. The controller should follow the one command to one
response format. When the command-response rule is not followed, the operation is not
guaranteed.
Function
Setting/
Measurement
server
*
Command
Command Type
Setting command Setting
Control
Basic setting command
Output command Control
Setup, measured, and
computed data output
RS422-A/485 dedicated
Response
Affirmation
Negation
Single
negative
Affirmative
response or
response
Multiple
negative
ASCII output
responses
BINARY output
Dedicated response No response
For the responses to the instrument information server function, see section 6.4.
Note
The “CRLF” used in this section denotes carriage return line feed.
6
Response
Affirmative Response
When the command is processed correctly, an affirmative response is returned.
Syntax
E0CRLF
Example
E0
Single Negative Response
When the command is not processed correctly, a single negative response is returned.
Syntax
E1_nnn_mmm···mCRLF
nnn
Error number (001 to 999)
mmm···m
Message (Variable length, one line)
_
Space
Example
E1 001 "Syntax error"
Multiple Negative Responses
• If there is an error in any one of the multiple commands that are separated by sub
delimiters, multiple negative response are returned.
• The response is generated for each erroneous command.
• If there are multiple commands that have errors, the negative responses are
separated by commas.
• The error position number is assigned to the series of commands in order starting with
“1” assigned to the first command.
Syntax
E2_ee:nnnCRLF
(When there is only one error)
E2_ee:nnn,ee:nnn,···,ee:nnnCRLF
(When there are multiple errors)
ee
Error position (01 to 10)
nnn
Error number (001 to 999)
_
Space
Example
E2 02:001
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6.1 Response Syntax
ASCII Output
The following types of ASCII data are available. For the data formats, see section 6.2.
Setting data, basic setting data, decimal position/unit information, measured/computed
data, communication log, FTP log, operation error log, key login log, Web operation log,
e-mail log, alarm summary, message summary, status information, file list, data list, and
user level, and relay status.
Syntax
EACRLF
···············CRLF
:
···············CRLF
···············CRLF
ENCRLF
BINARY Output
Conceptual diagram
1 byte
'E'
'B'
BINARY header
(12 bytes)
LF
ASCII
Data length
Flag
ID
Header sum
BINARY data
BINARY data
BINARY footer
(2 bytes)
CR
BINARY
Data sum
EBCRLF
Indicates that the data are BINARY.
Data length
The byte value of “flag + identifier + header sum + BINARY data + data sum.”
Header sum
The sum value of “data length + flag + identifier.”
BINARY data
For the output format of various data types, see section 6.3.
Data sum
The sum value of “BINARY data.”
Note
The data length of the BINARY header section is output according to the byte order specified
with the BO command.
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6.1 Response Syntax
Flag
Bit Name (abbreviation)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
BO
CS
–
–
–
–
–
END
Flag
0
1
Meaning of the flag
MSB
No
–
–
–
–
–
Middle
LSB
Yes
–
–
–
–
–
End
Output byte order
Existence of a check sum
In the middle or at the end of the continuous data
Identifier
ID number
BINARY data type
Type
Format
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Undefined file
Measured/computed data
FIFO data
Display data file
Event data file
Manual sampled data file
Hourly report data file
Daily report data file
Weekly report data file
Monthly report data file
TLOG data file
Setup data file
Display data
Event data
Screen image data
file (*.*)
data
data
file (*.DDS)
file (*.DEV)
file (*.DMN)
file (*.DHR)
file (*.DDR)
file (*.DWR)
file (*.DMR)
file (*.DTG)
file (*.PNL)
data
data
file (*.PNG)
–
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
–
Yes: disclosed, No: undisclosed, –: common format
• The table above shows the different types of BINARY Data.
• BINARY data come in two types, data and file.
• Data
• Measured/computed data can be output using the FD command.
• FIFO data can be output using the FF command.
• Display data or event data can be output using the MI command.
• The data format is disclosed. See section 6.3.
• File
• Display data, event data, TLOG data, and setup data files can be used on the
recorder standard software that came with the package. For details, see the
Rcorder Standard Software User’s Manual.
• Files that are in common formats can be opened using software programs
that are sold commercially.
• Other formats are written in ASCII code. A text editor can be used to open
these types of files.
• The identifier section in the “Conceptual diagram” on the previous page contains
the ID number that indicates the BINARY Data type.
Note
BINARY data that are not indicated in the above table are considered undefined files.
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Response
• When the BO flag is “0,” the MSB is output first. When the BO flag is “1,” the LSB is
output first.
• If the check sum is enabled (parameter = 1) using the CS command parameter, each
sum value is inserted in the header sum and data sum sections in the “Conceptual
diagram” on the previous page. If the check sum is disabled (parameter = 0), a zero
is inserted in the header sum and data sum sections. For a sample program that
calculates the sum value, see “Calculating the sum value” on the next page.
• When the amount of data output in response to a ME, MI, or MO command is large,
all of the data may not be able to be returned in one output request (parameter GET).
In this case the END flag becomes “0.” You must send output requests (parameter
NEXT) to receive the rest of the data until the END flag becomes “1.”
• The bits that have “–” for the name and flag are not used. The value is undefined.
6.1 Response Syntax
Calculating the sum value
When the CS command parameter is set to “1,” check sum values are output only
during serial communications. The check sum is the same as that used in the TCP/IP
and is derived according to the following algorithm.
Buffer on which the sum value is calculated
• For the header sum, it is calculated from “data length + flag + identifier” (fixed to 6
bytes).
• For the data sum, it is calculated from “BINARY data.”
Padding
1 byte
0
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
If the data length of the buffer is odd, a “0” is padded so that it is even. (1) through (6)
are summed as unsigned two-byte integers (unsigned short). When the digit
overflows a “1” is added. Finally, the result is bit-wise inverted.
Sample program
The sum value is determined using the following sample program, and the calculated
result is returned. The sum determined by the sample program can be compared with
the header sum of the output BINARY header section and the data sum of the output
BINARY footer section.
/*
* Sum Calculation Function (for a 32-bit CPU)
*
* Parameter buff
: Pointer to the top of the data on which the sum is calculated
*
len
: Length of the data on which the sum is calculated
* Returned value
: Calculated sum
*/
int
{
cksum(unsigned char *buff, int len)
/* Pointer to the next two-byte data word in the buffer that is to be summed. */
unsigned short *p;
unsigned int csum;
/* Checksum value */
int
i;
int
odd;
csum = 0;
/* Initialize. */
odd = len%2;
/* Check whether or not the number of data points is even. */
len >>= 1;
/* Determine the number of data points using a "short" data type. */
p = (unsigned short *)buff;
for(i=0;i<len;i++)
csum += *p++;
/* Sum using an unsigned short data type. */
if(odd){
/* When the data length is odd */
union tmp{
/* Pad with a 0, and add to the unsigned short data. */
unsigned short s;
unsigned char c[2];
}tmp;
tmp.c[1] = 0;
tmp.c[0] = *((unsigned char *)p);
csum += tmp.s;
}
if((csum = (csum & 0xffff) + ((csum>>16) & 0xffff)) > 0xffff)
/* Add the overflowed digits */
csum = csum - 0xffff;
/* If the digit overflows again, add a 1. */
return((~csum) &
}
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0xffff); /* bit inversion */
6.1 Response Syntax
RS-422A/485 Dedicated Response
The following table shows dedicated commands for the RS-422A/485 interface and their
responses.
Command syntax Meaning
Response
ESC O_xx CRLF
• Response from the instrument with the specified
address
ESC O xx CRLF
• Response when the instrument with the specified
address does not exist*
None
(_ Space)
ESC C_xx CRLF
(_ Space)
*
Open the instrument
Close the instrument • Response from the instrument with the specified
address
ESC C xx CRLF
• Response when the instrument with the specified
address does not exist*
None
The causes that the condition become “The instrument with the specified address does not
exist” is such as a command error, the address not matching that of the instrument, the
instrument is not being turned ON, and the instrument not being connected via the serial
interface.
Note
The ASCII code of ESC is 1BH. See appendix 1.
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Response
• The “xx” in the table indicates the instrument’s address. Specify the address that is
assigned to the instrument from 01 to 32.
• Only one instrument can be opened at any one time.
• When an instrument is opened with the ESC O command, all commands on the
instrument become active.
• When an instrument is opened with the ESC O command, any other instrument that is
open is automatically closed.
• Normally, either CR+LF or LF can be used as terminators. However, the terminator
for this command must be CR+LF.
6.2
Output Format of ASCII Data
The following types of ASCII data are available. The format for each type is described in
this section.
• Setting data/basic setting data
• Decimal position/unit information
• Measured/computed data
• Communication log
• FTP log
• Operation error log
• Key login log
• Web operation log
• E-mail log
• Alarm summary
• Message summary
• Status information
• File list
• Data list
• User level
• Relay status
Note
The “CRLF” used in this section denotes carriage return line feed.
Setting data/basic setting data
• The FE command is used to output the data.
• The setting/basic setting data are output in the order of the listed commands in the
table in section 5.2, “A List of Commands.” However, the setting information for the
following commands is not output.
• Setting command (Setting)
SD/FR command
• Setting command (control)
All commands from UD to CM
• Basic setting command
XE, YO, YI, and YC commands
• The output format of the setting/basic setting data conforms to the syntax of each
command.
• Some commands are output in multiple lines. (Example: Commands that are
specified for each channel.)
Syntax
The two-character command name and the succeeding parameters are output in the
following syntax.
EACRLF
ttsss···sCRLF
··············
ENCRLF
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tt
Command name (SR, SA···, XA, XI···)
sss···s
Setting, basic setting data (variable length, one line)
6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
Example
EA
SR01,VOLT,20mV,0,20
SR02,VOLT,20mV,0,20
···················
EN
Decimal Position/Unit Information
• The FE command is used to output the data.
• The measured/computed data that are output using the FD command contains only
the mantissa. By combining with the BINARY display data or the decimal position
information obtained with the FE command, the correct measured/computed data can
be derived.
Syntax
The data are output in the following syntax.
EACRLF
s_kccuuuuuu,ppCRLF
··················
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ENCRLF
Response
s
Data status
N : Normal
D : Differential input
S : Skip (When the measurement range is set to SKIP for a
measurement channel or when the channel is turned
OFF for a computation channel)
k
Channel type
0 : Measurement channel
A : Computation channel
cc
Channel number
01 to 60
uuuuuu
Unit information (6 characters, left-justified)
mV____ : mV
V_____ : V
^C____ : °C
xxxxxx : (user-defined character string)
pp
Decimal position (00 to 04)
No decimal (00000) for 00.
One digit below the decimal (0000.0) for 01.
Two digits below the decimal (000.00) for 02.
Three digits below the decimal (00.000) for 03.
Four digits below the decimal (0.0000) for 04.
_
Space
Example
EA
N 001mV
,01
N 002mV
,01
EN
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6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
Measured/Computed Data
• The FD command is used to output the data.
• The measured/computed data that are output using the FD command contains only
the mantissa. By combining with the BINARY display data or the decimal position
information obtained with the FE command, the correct measured/computed data can
be derived.
Syntax
The measured/computed data are output in the following syntax along with the date
and time information for each channel.
EACRLF
DATE_yy/mo/ddCRLF
TIME_hh:mi:ss.mmmtCRLF
s_kcca1a2a3a4uuuuuufdddddE-ppCRLF
····························
ENCRLF
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
mmm
Millisecond (000 to 999.
A period is placed between
seconds and milli-seconds.)
t
Summer time or winter time
S: summer time
(Space): winter time
s
Data status
N : Normal
D : Differential input
S : Skip
O : Over
E : Error
k
Channel type
0 : Measurement channel
A : Computation channel
cc
Channel number
01 to 60
a1a2a3a4
a1
Alarm status (level 1)
a2
Alarm status (level 2)
a3
Alarm status (level 3)
a4
Alarm status (level 4)
(Each status is set to H, L, h, l, R, r, T, t, or space.)
(H : upper limit alarm, L : lower limit alarm, h :
difference upper-limit alarm, l : difference lower-limit
alarm, R : upper limit on rate-of-change alarm, r : lower
limit on rate-of-change alarm, T : delay upper limit
alarm, t : delay lower limit alarm, space : no alarm)
uuuuuu
Unit information (6 characters, left-justified)
mV____: mV
V_____: V
^C____: °C
xxxxxx: (user-defined character string)
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6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
f
Sign (+, -)
ddddd
Mantissa (00000 to 99999, 5 digits)
• 8 digits for computed data.
• For abnormal data (data status is E) or data of which
the mantissa or the exponent exceeds the range (data
status is O), the mantissa is set to 99999 (99999999 for
computed data).
pp
Exponent (00 to 04)
_
Space
Example
EA
DATE 99/02/23
TIME 19:56:32.500
N 001h
mV
+12345E-03
N 002
mV
-67890E-01
S 003
EN
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Note
Data for non-existing channels are not output (not even the channel number).
For channels set to skip, output values from alarm status to exponent are spaces.
Response
•
•
Communication Log
• The FL command is used to output the data.
• A log of setting/basic setting/output commands and responses is output. Up to 200
logs are retained. Logs that exceed 200 are cleared from the oldest data.
Syntax
EACRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mi:ss_n_uuu···ufd_mmm···mCRLF
······································
ENCRLF
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Time (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
n
Connection ID.
A number used to identify the user that is
connected.
0 : serial
1 to 3 : Ethernet
uuu···u
User name (16 characters)
f
Multiple command flag
(Space) : single
* : multiple
If multiple commands are separated by sub delimiters and
output at once, “*” is displayed.
The multiple commands
are divided at each sub delimiter and stored as
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6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
individual logs (1 log for 1 command and 1 log for 1
response).
d
Input/Output
> : input
< : output
mmm···m
Message (up to 20 characters)
• The communication log contains only the error number
and not the error message section..
• Normally, the transfer data are transmitted as they are,
but in some cases, a special message is output.
The
special messages are shown below.
Reception
(Over length) : Command length exceeded.
(Over number) : Number of commands exceeded
(Serial error) : Received an error character through
serial communications.
Transmission
(ddd byte) : data output (ddd is the number of data
points)
(Login) : login
(Logout) : logout
(Disconnected) : Forced disconnection (occurs when the
connection was disconnected when transmitting data using
Ethernet)
(Time out) : Timeout, keepalive, TCP retransmission,
etc.)
E1 nnn : single negative response.
nnn is the error
number.
E2 ee:nnn : multiple negative response.ee is the error
position, nnn is the error number.
_
Space
Example
The following example shows the log when multiple commands separated by sub
delimiters, “B01;???;CS1,” are transmitted. The commands are separated and
output in order with the multiple command flags “*.”
EA
99/05/11 12:31:11 1 user
*> BO1
99/05/11 12:31:11 1 user
*< E0
99/05/11 12:31:11 1 user
*> ???
99/05/11 12:31:11 1 user
*< E2 01:124
99/05/11 12:31:11 1 user
*> CS1
99/05/11 12:31:11 1 user
*< E0
EN
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6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
FTP Log
• The FL command is used to output the data.
• The FTP client log is output. Up to 50 file transfer logs are retained. Logs that
exceed 50 are cleared from the oldest log.
• For the meanings of the error codes, see the manual
Syntax
EACRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mi:ss_nnn_xxxxxxxxx_k_ffffffff_eeeCRLF
···································
ENCRLF
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
nnn
Error number (001 to 999)
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xxxxxxxxx Detailed code (9 characters)
Server type (FTP destination)
Response
k
P : Primary
S : Secondary
ffffffff
File name (8 characters)
eee
Extension (3 characters)
_
Space
Example
EA
99/07/26 10:00:00
P 72610000 DDR
99/07/27 10:00:00
P 72710000 DDR
99/07/28 10:00:00 123 HOSTADDR P 72810000 DDR
99/07/29 10:00:00 123 HOSTADDR P 72910000 DDR
EN
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6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
Operation Error Log
• The FL command is used to output the data.
• The operation error log is output. Up to 50 operation error logs are retained. Logs
that exceed 50 are cleared from the oldest log.
• Other communication messages (400 to 999) and status messages (500 to 599) are
not output.
• For the meanings of the error codes, see the manual
Syntax
EACRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mi:ss_nnn_uuu···uCRLF
································
ENCRLF
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
nnn
Error code (001 to 999)
uuu···u
Error message (Up to 80 characters)
_
Space
Example
EA
99/05/11 12:20:00 212 "Format error."
99/05/11 12:30:00 217 "Unknown file type."
EN
Key Login Log
• The FL command is used to output the data.
• A log of users that have logged in and logged out is output. Up to 50 login/logout logs
are retained. Logs that exceed 50 are cleared from the oldest log.
• If the power goes down while logged in, you will be logged out. However, it will not be
recorded as a logout.
• User number and user name are not output at the time of the logout.
Syntax
EACRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mi:ss_xxx_nn_uuu···uCRLF
···································
ENCRLF
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yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
xxx
Login or logout (In_, Out), left-justified
nn
User number (01 to 07)
uuu···u
User name (16 characters)
_
Space
6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
Example
EA
99/05/11 12:20:00 In
01 administrator
99/05/11 12:30:00 Out
99/05/11 12:20:00 In
03 user
99/05/11 12:30:00 Out
EN
Web Operation Log
• The FL command is used to output the data.
• The log of operations on the operator page is output. Up to 50 logs are retained.
Logs that exceed 50 are cleared from the oldest log.
Syntax
EACRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mm:ss_ffffff_eee_???···?CRLF
···································
ENCRLF
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mm
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
ffffff
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Response
yy
Operation code
SCREEN : Switching screens
KEY : Key operation
MSG : Setting/writing message
eee
Error code
All space : succeeded
001 to 999 : Error code
???···?
Detailed operation code
When ffffff=SCREEN
yy/mo/dd_hh:mm:ss_ffffff_eee_ddddd_nnCRLF
ddddd : Screen
TREND : Trend screen
DIGIT : Digital screen
BAR : Bar graph screen
nn : Group number (01 to 04)
When ffffff=KEY
yy/mo/dd_hh:mm:ss_ffffff_eee_kkkkkCRLF
kkkkk : Key
DISP : The DISP/ENTER key
UP : The up arrow key
DOWN : The down arrow key
LEFT : The left arrow key
RIGHT : The right arrow key
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6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
When ffffff=MSG
yy/mo/dd_hh:mm:ss_ffffff_eee_nn_mmm···mCRLF
nn : Message number (01 to 08)
mm···m : Message (Up to 16 characters)
_
Space
Example
EA
01/02/11 12:20:00 SCREEN 275 TREND 01
01/02/11 12:21:00 SCREEN
BAR
01/02/11 12:30:00 KEY
UP
01
01/02/11 12:31:00 KEY
RIGHT
01/02/11 12:40:00 MSG
05 Hello-Hello
01/02/11 12:41:00 MSG
05 Hello-Hello
EN
E-Mail Log
• The FL command is used to output the data.
• The log of e-mail transmission is output. Up to 50 logs are retained. Logs that
exceed 50 are cleared from the oldest log.
Syntax
EACRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mm:ss_fffff_eee_n_uuu···uCRLF
···································
ENCRLF
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mm
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
fffff
E-mail type
ALARM : Mail at the alarm occurrence/release
TIME : Mail at the scheduled time
REPORT : Mail at the report creation
FAIL : Mail at the recovery from the power failure
FULL : Mail at the memory end
TEST : Test mail
ERROR : Error message mail
eee
Error code
All space : Succeeded
001 to 999 : Error code
n
Recipient code
1 : Recipient 1
2 : Recipient 2
+ : Recipient 1 and Recipient 2
6-14
uuu···u
Recipient’s e-mail address (Up to 30 characters)
_
Space
6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
Example
EA
01/05/11 12:20:00 ALARM
+ notice
01/05/11 12:30:00 REPORT 375 1 user1 user2
EN
Alarm Summary
• The FL command is used to output the data.
• The alarm summary is output. Up to 120 alarms are retained. Alarms that exceed
120 are cleared from the oldest alarm.
Syntax
EACRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mm:ss_kcc_ls_YY/MO/DD_HH:MM:SSCRLF
···································
ENCRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mm:ss
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
6
Response
k
Alarm occurrence time
yy
Channel type
0 : Measurement channel
A : Computation channel
cc
Channel number
01 to 60
l
Alarm number (1 to 4)
s
Alarm type (H,h,L,l,R,r,T,t)
01 to 60
YY/MO/DD_HH:MM:SS
_
Alarm release time
YY
Year (00 to 99)
MO
Month (01 to 12)
DD
Day (01 to 31)
HH
Hour (00 to 23)
MM
Minute (00 to 59)
SS
Second (00 to 59)
Space
Example
EA
01/05/11 12:20:00 001 1L 01/05/11 12:25:00
01/05/11 12:30:00 A31 3t
EN
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6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
Message Summary
• The FL command is used to output the data.
• The message summary is output. Up to 100 messages are retained. Messages that
exceed 100 are cleared from the oldest message.
Syntax
EACRLF
yy/mo/dd_hh:mm:ss_nn_mmm···m_uuu···uCRLF
···································
ENCRLF
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
nn
Message number (01 to 08)
mmm···m
Message (16 characters.
Spaces are embedded when the
number of characters is less than 16.)
uuu···u
User name (Up to 16 characters.
Output when the key login
function is engaged.)
_
Space
Example
EA
01/05/11 12:20:00 01 Hello-Hello
superstar
01/05/11 12:20:00 03 0123456789abcdef kokoko
EN
Status Information
• The IS command is used to output the data.
• The operation status of the recorder is output.
• For details related to the status information, see section 7.2, “The Bit Structure of the
Status Information.”
Syntax
EACRLF
ddd.ccc.bbb.aaaCRLF
ENCRLF
aaa
Status information 1 (000 to 255)
bbb
Status information 2 (000 to 255)
ccc
Status information 3 (000 to 255)
ddd
Status information 4 (000 to 255)
Example
EA
000.000.032.000
EN
6-16
6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
File List
• The ME command is used to output the data.
• The file list and the file data sizes of the specified directory on the recorder’s external
storage medium are output.
Syntax
EACRLF
ffffffff_eee_ssssssss_yy/mo/dd_hh:mi:ss_llllllllllCRLF
······················································
zzzzzzz_Kbyte_freeCRLF
ENCRLF
ffffffff
File name (8 characters)
When this is a directory, the characters <DIR> is shown
at the position displaying the file data size.
eee
Extension (3 characters)
ssssssss
Data size of the file (_______0 to 99999999) [byte]
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
zzzzzzz
Free space on the medium (______0 to 9999999)
Response
llllllllll
6
ID number(_________0 to 9999999999)
• This becomes a numerical value only when the file
extension is DEV or DDS.
This value is specific to the
file and is the same as the ID number of the block in
the internal memory from which the file originates.
• This becomes a space when the file extension is not DEV
or DDS.
• This becomes a “0” if the file was saved using another
instrument.
_
Space
Example
EA
XV1
DEV
124 99/02/24 20:07:12
XV1
PNL
1204 99/01/19 01:52:37
DATA
12310
<DIR> 99/01/19 01:23:64
523 Kbytes free
EN
6-17
6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
Data List
• The MI/MO command is used to output the data.
• The number of blocks and file names of the specified data in the internal memory are
output.
• When the first parameter of the MI/MO command is DIR, the data in the internal
memory is put on a standby and the list is output.
Syntax
EACRLF
aaCRLF
bb_ffffffff_eee_ssssss_yy/mo/dd_hh:mi:sskllllllllllCRLF
·······················································
ENCRLF
aa
Number of valid blocks (00 to 99)
bb
Block number (00 to 99)
ffffffff
File name (8 characters)
eee
Extension (3 characters)
ssssss
Number of collections (_____1 to 999999)
yy
Year (00 to 99)
mo
Month (01 to 12)
dd
Day (01 to 31)
hh
Hour (00 to 23)
mi
Minute (00 to 59)
ss
Second (00 to 59)
The year/month/day/hour/minute/second will contain the
time at which the last data of the block were acquired.
k
Data attributes
* : Internal memory block being sampled
+ : Internal memory block being overacquired
(Space) : Fixed block
If the data of the original block are changing when the
data are put on standby, * or + is output.
llllllllll
ID number (_________0 to 9999999999)
• This becomes a numerical value only when the file
extension is DEV or DDS.
This value is specific to
the data.
• This parameter will be space if the file extension is
not DEV or DDS.
_
Space
Example
EA
02
01 DATA0001 DHR
128 99/02/24 20:10:00
02 DATA0002 DHR
128 99/02/24 20:11:00
EN
6-18
6.2 Output Format of ASCII Data
User Level
• The FU command is used to output the data.
• User name, user level, and other information are output.
Syntax
EACRLF
p_l_uuu···uCRLF
ENCRLF
p
Physical layer
E : Ethernet
S : RS-232 or RS-422A/485
l
User level
A : Administrator
U : User
uuu···u
User name (up to 16 characters)
_
Space
Example
6
EA
Response
E A admin
EN
Relay Status
• The FD command is used to output the data.
• The status of currently installed relays is output.
Syntax
EACRLF
I01-I06:aaaaaaCRLF
ENCRLF
aa...
Starting on the left, the status of relay I01 through I06
is shown.
1 : Relay ON
2 : Relay OFF
- : Relay not installed
Example
EA
I01-I06:1111-EN
6-19
6.3
Output Format of BINARY Data
This section describes the output format of the BINARY data that is disclosed. For other
BINARY data, see “Identifier” on page 6-3.
• Measured/computed data and FIFO data
• Display data
• Event data
The measured and computed data are output as “16-bit signed integer” and “32-bit signed
integer,” respectively. These integers can be understood as physical values by adding
the decimal point and the unit. The decimal position is obtained using FE command.
Typical Examples to obtain physical values
Binary value
(Integer)
Decimal position code
Physical value
(Measured/computed value)
10000
0
10000
10000
1
1000.0
10000
2
100.00
10000
3
10.000
10000
4
1.0000
Note
The “CRLF” used in this section denotes carriage return line feed.
Measured/computed data and FIFO data
• The FD command is used to output the measured/computed data.
• The FF command is used to output the FIFO data.
• The ID number of the output format is “1.” See “Identifier” on page 6-3.
2 bytes
2 bytes
Number of blocks
Number of bytes
Block 1
···
Block n
BINARY data
(The BINARY data section
on the “Conceptual diagram”
on page 6-2.)
Number of blocks
This is the number of blocks.
Number of bytes
This is the size of one block in bytes.
Block
1 byte
1 byte
Month
Year
Measured/
Channel
Computed
2 bytes
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
Day
Hour
Minute
Second
A2A1
A4A3
Measured data
Millisecond
···
···
···
···
···
···
···
···
···
···
A2A1
A4A3
Computed data
Measured/
Channel
Computed
···
···
···
···
···
···
···
···
···
···
4 bytes
*
6-20
Summer time or Winter time
1 byte
1 byte
S/W time*
Flag
6.3 Output Format of Binary Data
• Flag
The meaning of the flags are given on the table below. The flags are valid during
FIFO data output. The flags are undefined for other cases.
Bit
Flag
0
1
Meaning of the flag
7
6
5
4
3
2
No
–
–
–
–
No
Yes
–
–
–
–
Yes
Indicates that the screen snap shot was executed.
1
No
Yes
0
No
Yes
Indicates that the decimal position or unit information was changed during
measurement.
Indicates that the FIFO acquiring interval was changed with the FR
command during measurement.
Indicates that the internal process took too much time (computation, for
example) and that the measurement could not keep up at the specified scan
interval.
The flags that have “–” for the flag column are not used. The value is undefined.
• Block member
BINARY value
Year
Month
Day
0 to 99
1 to 12
1 to 31
Hour
Minute
Second
Millisecond
0 to 23
0 to 59
0 to 59
0 to 999
6
Response
Name
Summer, Winter
0, 1
Measurement,
Computation
Channel
00H : measurement, 80H : computation
Alarm status*
A1 (Bit 0 to 3)
A2 (Bit 4 to 7)
A3 (Bit 0 to 3)
A4 (Bit 4 to 7)
*
01 to 60
0 to 8
BINARY value 0 to 8 is entered in the upper and lower 4 bits of a byte (8 bits) for the alarm
status. The binary values 0 to 8 correspond to H (upper limit alarm), L (lower limit alarm), h
(difference upper-limit alarm), l (difference lower-limit alarm), R (upper limit on rate-of-change
alarm), r (lower limit on rate-of-change alarm), T (delay upper limit alarm), and t (delay lower
limit alarm) as follows:
0: no alarm, 1: H, 2: L, 3: h, 4: l, 5: R, 6: r, 7: T, and 8: t.
Special data value
The measured/computed data take on the following values under special conditions.
Special data value
Measured data
Computed data
+ over
– over
Skip
Error
Undefined
Power failure
Burnout (Up setting)
Burnout (Down setting)
7FFFH
8001H
8002H
8004H
8005H
7F7FH
7FFAH
8006H
7FFF7FFFH
8001H8001H
8002H8002H
8004H8004H
8005H8005H
7F7F7F7FH
7FFF7FFFH
80018001H
Note
The number of blocks, number of bytes, and measured/computed data are output according
to the byte order specified with the BO command.
6-21
6.3 Output Format of Binary Data
Display Data
• The MI command is used to output the FIFO data.
• The ID number of the output format is “11.” See “Identifier” on page 6-3.
Header
Block 1
···
Block n
BINARY data
(The BINARY data section
on the “Conceptual diagram”
on page 6-2.)
Header
Syntax
aaaaaa,ddd,ffffggg,ttttttCRLF
DATE_yy/mo/ddCRLF
TIME_hh:mi:ss.mmmtCRLF
s_kccuuuuuu,ppCRLF
··················
s_kccuuuuuu,ppCRLF
aaaaaa
ddd
ffff
ggg
tttttt
yy
mo
dd
hh
mi
ss
mmm
t
s
k
cc
uuuuuu
pp
_
6-22
Number of data points (6 digits), Matches the number
of blocks, n, in the above figure.
Number of channels (3 digits)
Sampling interval value (4 digits)
Sampling interval unit (3 characters, left
justified)
Data number of the trigger position (6 digits,
counting starts with 0.)
For display data, this value is the number of the
last display data.
Year (00 to 99)
Month (01 to 12)
Day (01 to 31)
Hour (00 to 23)
Minute (00 to 59)
Second (00 to 59)
Millisecond (000 to 999)
Summer time or winter time
S : summer time
(Space) : winter time
Data status
N : Normal
D : Differential input
Channel type
0 : Measurement channel
A : Computation channel
Channel number
01 to 60
Unit information (6 characters, left-justified)
mV____ : mV
V_____ : V
^C____ : °C
xxxxxx : (user-defined character string)
Decimal position (00 to 04)
No decimal (00000) for 00.
One digit below the decimal (0000.0) for 01.
Two digits below the decimal (000.00) for 02.
Three digits below the decimal (00.000) for 03.
Four digits below the decimal (0.0000) for 04.
Space
6.3 Output Format of Binary Data
Block
2 bytes
2 bytes
Measured data
Measured data
···
···
···
···
Computed data
···
···
MIN value
MAX value
Computed data
···
···
4 bytes
4 bytes
Special data value
The measured/computed data take on the following values under special conditions.
Measured data
Computed data
+ over
– over
Skip
Error
Undefined
Power failure
Burnout (Up setting)
Burnout (Down setting)
7FFFH
8001H
8002H
8004H
8005H
7F7FH
7FFAH
8006H
7FFF7FFFH
8001H8001H
8002H8002H
8004H8004H
8005H8005H
7F7F7F7FH
7FFF7FFFH
80018001H
6
Note
The measured/computed data are output according to the byte order specified with the BO
command.
6-23
Response
Special data value
6.3 Output Format of Binary Data
Event Data
• The MI command is used to output the FIFO data.
• The ID number of the output format is “12.” See “Identifier” on page 6-3.
Header
Block 1
···
Block n
BINARY data
(The BINARY data section
on the “Conceptual diagram”
on page 6-2.)
Header
Same as the “Header” for the display data.
Block
2 bytes
Measured data
···
Computed data
···
···
4 bytes
Special data value
The measured/computed data take on the following values under special conditions.
Special data value
Measured data
Computed data
+ over
– over
Skip
Error
Undefined
Power failure
Burnout (Up setting)
Burnout (Down setting)
7FFFH
8001H
8002H
8004H
8005H
7F7FH
7FFAH
8006H
7FFF7FFFH
8001H8001H
8002H8002H
8004H8004H
8005H8005H
7F7F7F7FH
7FFF7FFFH
80018001H
Note
The measured/computed data are output according to the byte order specified with the BO
command.
Manual sampled Data
• The ME or MO command is used to output the data.
• The ID number of the output format is “4.” See “Identifier” on page 6-3.
• For the data format, see the manual
Report Data (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly data)
• The ME or MO command is used to output the data.
• The ID number of the output format is “5,” “6,” “7,” and “8” for hourly data, daily data,
weekly data, and monthly data, respectively. See “Identifier” on page 6-3.
• For the data format, see the manual
6-24
6.4
Output Format of Instrument Information
This section describes the instrument information output format of the instrument
information server.
Note
The “CRLF” used in this section denotes carriage return line feed.
Response
The parameters of the packet that are returned as a response are lined up according to
the following format.
EACRLF
(Parameter 1)_=_(value of parameter 1)CRLF
(Parameter 2)_=_(value of parameter 2)CRLF
·····································
ENCRLF
The following table shows the parameter types.
Parameter
Output information
all
serial
model
host
ip
All information that are output using the parameters below
Serial number
Manufacturer, model, and firmware version
Host name
IP address
Output Example
Several output examples are indicated below.
Packet Parameter Sent as Commands
Response
The “all” parameter can be used to output all information for parameters serial, model, host, and ip.
all
EA
serial = 12V636848
model = XXXXXXXX,YYYY,1.01
host = ABCD
ip = 192.168.111.24
EN
Parameters are not case sensitive.
ip HoSt
EA
ip = 192.168.111.24
host = ABCD
EN
Even if the same parameters are specified numerous times, only the first occurrence is output.
host ip host ip host model
EA
host = ABCD
ip = 192.168.111.24
model = XXXXXXXX,YYYY,1.01
EN
Undefined parameters are ignored.
(Space)
EA
EN
6-25
6
Response
• The parameter values are output in the order specified by the command parameter.
• The output order of the parameters when “all” is specified is not constant.
• Even if the same parameters are specified numerous times, only the first
occurrence is output.
• Lower-case characters are used for the parameters.
• “_” indicates a space.
Chapter 7 Status Report
7.1
Status Information and Filter
The following figure depicts the status information and filter on this instrument.
4 bytes
4
3
2
1
Status information
Filter
4
3
2
1
Condition register
• The IF command can be used to set the filter.
• When a status indicated on the following page is entered, the corresponding bit in the
condition register is set to “1.” The logical AND of the condition register and the filter
becomes the status information.
• The IS command is used to output the status information. Status information 1 and 2
are cleared when they are output. Status information 3 and 4 are not cleared when it
is output, and remains at “1” while the event is occurring.
• When multiple connections are up, filters can be specified for the individual
connection. Therefore, the status information can be held for each connection.
7
Status Report
7-1
7.2
The Bit Structure of the Status Information
The following four groups of status information are output in response to a status
information output request using the IS command. For the output format, see “Status
Information” in section 6.2, “Output Format of ASCII Data.”
Status Information 1
Bit
Name
Description
0
A/D conversion complete
1
Medium access complete
2
3
4
5
6
7
Report generation complete
Timeout
–
–
User key detection
–
Set to “1” when the A/D conversion of the
measurement is complete.
Set to “1” when the display, event, manual
sampled, report, TLOG, or screen image data file
are finished being saved to the external storage
medium.
Set to "1" when setting data is successfully saved
or loaded.
Set to “1” when report generation is complete.
Set to “1” when the timer expires.
–
–
Set to “1” when the user key is pushed.
–
Bit
Name
Description
0
Measurement drop
1
2
3
Decimal/unit information
change
Command error
Execution error
4
5
6
7
–
–
–
–
Set to “1” when the measurement process could
not keep up.
Set to “1” when the decimal/unit information is
changed.
Set to “1” when there is a command syntax error.
Set to “1” when an error occurs during command
execution.
–
–
–
–
Bit
Name
Description
0
1
2
–
–
Memory end
3
4
5
6
7
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Set to “1” when the free space in the internal
memory or the external storage medium is low
(see section 1.8 of the user’s manual).
–
–
–
–
–
Status Information 2
Status Information 3
7-2
7.2 The Bit Structure of the Status Information
Status Information 4
Bit
Name
Description
0
1
Basic setting
Memory sampling
2
3
4
Computing
Alarm generating
Accessing medium
5
6
7
Activating e-mail
–
–
Set to “1” during basic setting mode.
Set to “1” while data are being acquired into the
internal memory.
Set to “1” only when computation is executed.
Set to “1” while the alarm is occurring.
Set to “1” while the display, event, manual
sampled, report, TLOG, or screen image data file
are being saved to the external storage medium.
Set to “1” while the e-mail function is engaged.
–
–
7
Status Report
7-3
Appendix
Appendix 1 ASCII Character Codes
Upper 4 bits
7
3
4
5
SP
0
@
P
1
1
A
Q
a
q
2
2
B
R
b
r
3
C
S
c
s
4
D
T
d
t
0
Lower 4 bits
6
2
0
3
1
#
4
%
5
E
U
e
u
6
&
6
F
V
f
v
7
G
W
g
w
8
(
8
H
X
h
x
9
)
9
I
Y
i
y
*
:
J
Z
j
z
A
LF
k
L
l
–
M
m
E
.
N
°
n
F
/
O
_
o
ESC +
C
D
CR
A
B
C
D
E
F
App
Appendix
K
B
9
p
5
7
8
App-1
Appendix 2 Output Flow of Internal Memory Data
Display Data Example
Command to send
START
Command description
Received response data
Send command
*1
MI DIR,DISPLAY
Put the internal memory data in standby for communication
output and view the data list.
Receive response
ASCII (see page 6-18)
EA
02
01 10102400 DDS···
02 10102500 DDS···
EN
A
Send command
MI GET,DISPLAY,2,FILE *2
Receive response
Output the second block from the list to a file (file name
10102500.DDS)
BINARY (see pages 6-2 and 6-22)
BINARY header
BINARY data
BINARY footer
Are there
*4
more data?
NO
YES
Send command
*3
MI NEXT
Output
subsequent data
Receive response BINARY (see pages 6-2 and 6-22)
BINARY header
BINARY data
BINARY footer
END
App-2
*1 to *3 See the next page
*4 When bit 0 of the BINARY header
flag is
0 : More data exist.
1 : Data transmission is complete.
Appendix 2 Output Flow of Internal Memory Data
Event data (Set *1, *2, and *3 in the previous figure to the following commands)
*1 : MI DIR,EVENT
Output the list.
*2 : MI GET,EVENT,2,FILE Output the data of the second block to a file.
*3 : MI NEXT
If there are subsequent data, output the data.
Manual sampled data (Set *1 and *2 in the previous figure to the following
commands)
*1 : MO DIR,MANUAL
*2 : MO GET,MANUAL,2
Since manual sampled data can be transmitted in one session, *3 is not necessary.
Report data (Set *1 and *2 in the previous figure to the following commands)
*1 : MO DIR,REPORT
*2 : MO GET,REPORT,2
Since report data can be transmitted in one session, *3 is not necessary.
TLOG data (Set *1, *2, and *3 in the previous figure to the following commands)
*1 : MO DIR,TLOG
*2 : MO GET,TLOG,2
*3 : MO NEXT
App
Appendix
App-3
Appendix 3 Output Flow of the File or the File List
in the External Storage Medium
Example in which the file 10101000.DDS in the DATA0 directory is output
Command to send
START
Command description
Received response data
Send command
ME GET,/DATA0/10101000.DDS
Receive response
Specify the file name using the full path,
and output the file.
BINARY (See page 6-2)
BINARY header
BINARY data
BINARY footer
Are there
more data? *
NO
YES
Send command
Output
subsequent data
ME NEXT
Receive response
BINARY header
BINARY data
BINARY footer
END
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BINARY (See page 6-2)
* When bit 0 of the BINARY header flag is
0 : More data exist.
1 : Data transmission is complete.
Appendix 3 Output Flow of the File or the File List in the External Storage Medium
Example in which the file list belonging to directory DATA0 is output 10 files at a time
Command to send
START
Command description
Received response data
Send command
Output command for the first file list
Specify the number of file lists to be
output when issuing this command.
ME DIR,/DATA0/,10
Receive response
ASCII (See page 6-17)
EA
....................
....................
xxxKbyte free
EN
File lists
Are there
more file lists?*
NO
YES
Send command
ME DIRNEXT
Receive response
Output subsequent
file lists
ASCII (See page 6-17)
App
File lists
Appendix
EA
....................
....................
xxxKbyte free
EN
* When the number of output file lists is
smaller than the maximum number of
file lists specified by the ME DIR
command (10 in this example), one can
conclude that there are no more file lists.
END
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Appendix 4 Output Flow of FIFO Data
Overview of the FIFO Buffer
The recorder has a dedicated internal memory for outputting measured/computed data.
This memory is structured as a FIFO (First-In-First-Out). Measured/computed data are
constantly acquired to the internal memory at the specified acquiring interval (FIFO
acquiring interval, set with the FR command). By using this function, it is possible to
read measured/computed data that have been saved at the specified intervals
regardless of the frequency at which the PC periodically reads the measured/computed
data.
The following example shows the case when the acquiring interval is 1 s and the
capacity of the FIFO memory is for 8 intervals.
Block1
2
3
Previous read
position : RP1
4
5
Current read
position : RP2
6
Most recent acquire
position : WP
7
Block8
• Acquiring of the measured/computed data
• The measured/computed data are acquired to the internal memory at 1 s intervals.
• Measured/computed data are acquired to blocks 1 through 8 in order. After
acquiring to block 8, the next acquiring operation returns to block 1.
• Reading the measured/computed data (FF GET command)
Outputs the data from the next to the previous read position (RP1) to the most recent
acquire position (WP).
In this example, more than 2 s has elapsed from the previous read operation.
Therefore, data in blocks 5 and 6 are output.
• Reading the measured/computed data (FF GETNEW command)
Output the specified number of blocks of FIFO data back starting from the recent
acquire position (WP).
In this example, if you specify the number of blocks to “5,” data in blocks 2 to 6 are
output.
The capacity of the FIFO memory (FIFO buffer data length) that is allocated varies
depending on the model.
3 ch model: 240 intervals (60 s at a acquiring interval of 250 ms)
6 ch and 12 ch model: 60 intervals (60 s at a acquiring interval of 1 s)
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Appendix 4 Output Flow of FIFO Data
Example in which the FIFO acquiring interval on the 12 ch model is set to 1 s and the
measured/computed data from CH1 to CH42 are continuously output using the FIFO
function
Command to send
START
Command description
Received response data
Send command
Move the FIFO read position to the most recent
acquire position.
FF RESET
Receive response
E0
Wait for the FIFO
acquiring interval (1 s)
Send command
FF GET,1,42
Receive response
Output the measured/computed data using the FIFO.
BINARY (see pages 6-2 and 6-20)
BINARY header
BINARY data
BINARY footer
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NO
Stop measurement?
YES
END
Note
•
•
The FIFO acquiring interval must be set using the FR command beforehand.
The FIFO acquiring interval applies to both serial and Ethernet communications.
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Appendix 5 Data Dropout (Modbus Master)
If the recorder does not have received the response from the slave device corresponding
to the command it transmitted until the time for the next command transmission, data
dropout occurs. Take appropriate measures referring to the figures below.
1. When slave deice takes time to respond
Read cycle
Slave device1
G
G
G
Slave device2
G
G
Slave device3
G
Data dropout
(Slave2 and 3)
Data dropout
(Slave3)
2. When slave device does not respond
Read cycle
Slave device1
G
G
G
Timeout time
G
Slave device2
Y
G
Slave device3
G
G
G
Data dropout
(Slave2 and 3)
3. When slave device is disconnected (Number of retrials is set to "1")
Read cycle
Slave device1
Slave device2
G
G
Timeout time
Timeout time
(Retrial)
Y
G
Slave device3
Data dropout
(Slave2 and 3)
G
Y
R : Status lamp, G: Green, Y: Yellow, R: Red
: Command from the recorder
: Response from slave device
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G
R
G
G
Slave device 2 disconnected
Data dropout
(Slave2 and 3)
Appendix 6 A List of Error Messages
The list of error codes and messages is given below.
Errors Related to Parameter Settings
• Setting Errors
Code
Message
1
System error.
Explanation/Countermeasures/Ref. section
Contact your nearest dealer.
2
Incorrect date or time setting.
See section 3.3.*1
3
A disabled channel is selected.
See sections 5.4, 5.6, and 5.8.
4
Incorrect function parameter.
See sections 5.4 to 5.11.
5
The input numerical value exceeds the set range.
Enter a proper value.
6
Incorrect input character string.
Enter a proper character string.
7
Too many characters.
Enter specified number of characters.
8
Incorrect input mode.
See section 5.4.
9
Incorrect input range code.
See section 5.4.
21
Cannot set an alarm for a skipped channel.
See section 5.4.
22
The upper and lower span limits are equal.
See sections 4.1.*1
23
The upper and lower scale limits are equal.
See sections 4.1.*1
30
The partial boundary value exceeds the range of the span.
See section 6.12.*1
31
Partial expansion display is set ON for a SKIPPED channel.
See section 5.4.
35
The upper and lower limits of the display band are equal.
See section 6.7.*1
36
The lower limit of the display band is greater than the upper limit.
See section 6.7.*1
37
The display band is narrower than 4% of the entire display.
See section 6.7.*1
40
Incorrect group set character string.
See section 6.1.*1
41
There is no specified input channel.
See sections 5.4, 5.6, and 5.8.
42
Exceeded the number of channels which can be set.
See sections 5.4, 5.6, and 5.8.
43
A channel number cannot repeat in a group.
See section 6.1.*1
45
There is no character string saved in the clipboard.
Copy a character string to the clipboard.
46
The character string saved in the clipboard is too long.
Paste a character string with the specified number
of characters.
61
There is no channel specified by the MATH expression.
See section 8.1.*1
62
MATH expression grammar is incorrect.
See appendix 2.*1
63
MATH expression sequence is incorrect.
See appendix 2.*1
64
MATH upper and lower span values are equal.
See section 8.1.*1
70
MATH constant description is incorrect.
See section 8.1.*1
71
The range of the MATH constant is exceeded.
See section 8.1.*1
81
All space or ‘quit’ string cannot be specified.
See section 9.3.*1
83
Duplicate used combination of user ID and password.
See section 9.3*1
85
The login password is incorrect.
See section 9.3.*1
86
The key-lock release password is incorrect.
See section 9.2.*1
87
This key is locked.
See section 9.2.*1
88
This function is locked.
See section 9.2.*1
89
Press [FUNC] key to login.
See section 9.2.*1
90
No permission to enter to the SETUP mode.
See sections 9.3.*1
91
Password is incorrect.
See sections 9.2.*1
92
Press [ESC] key to change to the operation mode.
Press the ESC key.
93
String including space or all space cannot be specified.
Spaces are not allowed in the Web user name and
password.
94
More than one address cannot be specified.
Multiple addresses cannot be specified. Only a
single sender is allowed.
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Appendix 6 A List of Error Messages
Code
Message
100
IP address doesn’t belong to class A, B, or C.
Explanation/Countermeasures/Ref. section
See section 5.6.
101
The result of the masked IP address is all 0s or 1s.
See section 5.6.
102
SUBNET mask is incorrect.
See section 5.6.
103
The net part of default gateway is not equal to that of IP address.
See section 5.6.
104
FTP client failed because the memory mode is ‘manual’.
See section 7.1.
*1 See the manual
• Execution Errors
Code
Message
Explanation/Countermeasures/Ref. section
150
This action is not possible because sampling is in progress.
See sections 7.2.*1
151
This action is not possible during sampling or calculating.
See sections 7.2, and 8.2.*1
152
This action is not possible because saving is in progress.
Wait till the saving ends.
153
This action is not possible because formatting is in progress.
Wait till the formatting ends.
155
The message is not written while sampling is stopped.
See sections 7.2.*1
160
Cannot load the specified data. Change the memory setting.
See sections 7.6.*1
165
Snapshot FTP transmission is not effective.
See sections 2.5.
*1 See the manual
Operation Errors
• Errors related to external storage medium
Code
Message
Explanation/Countermeasures/Ref. section
200
Operation aborted because an error was found on media.
Check the storage medium.
201
Not enough free space on media.
Use another storage medium.
202
Media is read-only.
Release the write protection.
210
Media has not been inserted.
Insert a storage medium into the drive.
211
Media is damaged or not formatted.
Use another storage medium or carry out formatting.
See sections 3.9 and 7.7.*1
212
Format error.
Try formatting again or use another storage medium.
See sections 7.7.*1
213
The file is read-only.
Access to other files or make the file write-enable.
214
There is no file or directory.
See section 5.8.
215
Exceeded the allowable number of files.
Delete files or change storage medium.
216
The file or directory name is incorrect.
See sections 7.1 and 7.9.*1
217
Unknown file type.
Access to other files. See appendix 4.*1
218
Directory exists. Delete the directory or change directory name.
See section 7.7.*1
219
Invalid file or directory operation.
A file with the same name exists. A directory with
files cannot be deleted. Delete files in the directory
first.
220
The file is already in use. Try again later.
Wait till file is free.
230
There is no setting file.
Access to other files.
231
Abnormal setting exists in file.
Access to other files.
*1 See the manual
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Appendix 6 A List of Error Messages
• Errors related to historical trend
Code
Message
Explanation/Countermeasures/Ref. section
232
There is no available data.
This message may appear when recalling historical
trend. Access to other files.
233
The specified historical data do not exist.
This message may appear when recalling historical
trend. See section 5.3.*1
234
The specified channel is not assigned to the display group.
This message may appear when switching to trend
or bar graph from overview.
See sections 5.2 and 6.1.*1
*1 See the manual
• Errors related to e-mail and Web server
Message
Explanation/Countermeasures/Ref. section
260
IP address is not set or ethernet function is not available.
The IP address is not specified. Check the IP
address.
261
SMTP server is not found.
Occurs when the SMTP server is specified by
name.
• Check the DNS setting.
• Check the SMTP server name.
262
Cannot initiate E-mail transmission.
• The host name of the recorder is not correct.
Check
the host
name.
• The port number for SMTP server is not correct.
Check the port number.
263
Sender’s address rejected by the server.
Check the sender’s address.
264
Some recipients’ addresses are invalid.
Check the recipient’s address.
265
SMTP protocol error.
May occur if a network failure (cable problems,
duplicate addresses, network device failure, and so
on) occurs in the middle of the e-mail transmission.
266
267
Ethernet cable is not connected.
Could not connect to SMTP server.
Check the cable connection.
• Check to see that the SMTP server is connected
to the network.
• If the SMTP server name is specified using an IP
address, check to see that the IP address is
correct.
268
E-mail transmission request failed.
Contact your nearest dealer.
269
E-mail transfer error.
May occur if a network failure (cable problems,
duplicate addresses, network device failure, and so
on) occurs in the middle of the e-mail transmission.
275
The current image cannot be output to the Web.
The setup screen cannot be output to the Web.
This message is displayed on the Web screen.
276
Image data currently being created. Unable to perform key operation.
Try again a little later.
This message is displayed on the Web screen.
277
Could not output screen to Web.
Failed to create the image.
This message is displayed on the Web screen.
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Code
Appendix 6 A List of Error Messages
• Errors related to FTP client
The detail code does not appear in the error message on the screen. You can view the
code on the FTP log display of recorder or using the FTP log output via communications.
Code
Message
280
IP address is not set or FTP function is not available.
Further details are provided by the character string that appears after error code 280.
Character String and Details
HOSTADDR
The recorder’s IP address has not been specified.
Check the IP address.
DORMANT
Internal processing error.*1
LINK
Data link is disconnected.
Check the cable connection.
281
FTP mail box operation error.
Further details are provided by the character string that appears after error code 281.
Character String and Details
MAIL
Internal processing error.*1
STATUS
Internal processing error.*1
TIMEOUT
Internal processing error.*1
PRIORITY
Internal processing error.*1
NVRAM
Internal processing error.*1
282
FTP control connection error.
Further details are provided by the character string that appears after error code 282.
Character String and Details
HOSTNAME
Failed the DNS lookup (search the IP address corresponding to the host name).
Check the DNS setting and the destination host name.
TCPIP
Internal processing error.*1
UNREACH
Failed to connect to a control connection server.
Check the address setting and that the server is running.
OOBINLINE
Internal processing error.*1
NAME
Internal processing error.*1
CTRL
The control connection does not exist.
Check that the server does not drop the connection and that it responds within the proper
time period.
IAC
Failed to respond in the TELNET sequence.
Check that the server does not drop the connection and that it responds within the proper
time period.
ECHO
Failed to transmit data on the control connection.
Check that the server does not drop the connection and that it responds within the proper
time period.
REPLY
Failed to receive data on the control connection.
Check that the server does not drop the connection and that it responds within the proper
time period.
SERVER
The server is not in a condition to provide the service.
Check that the server is in a condition in which service can be provided.
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Appendix 6 A List of Error Messages
Code
Message
283
FTP command was not accepted.
Further details are provided by the character string that appears after error code 283.
Character String and Details
USER
Failed user name verification.
Check the user name setting.
PASS
Failed password verification
Check the password setting.
ACCT
Failed account verification.
Check the account setting.
TYPE
Failed to change the transfer type.
Check that the server supports the binary transfer mode.
CWD
Failed to change the directory.
Check the initial path setting.
PORT
Failed to set the transfer connection.
Check that the security function is disabled.
PASV
Failed to set the transfer connection.
Check that the server supports PASV commands.
SCAN
Failed to read the transfer connection settings.
Check that proper response to the PASV command is received from the server.
284
FTP transfer setting error.
Further details are provided by the character string that appears after error code 284.
Character String and Details
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Appendix
MODE
Internal processing error.*1
LOCAL
Internal processing error.*1
REMOTE
The destination file name is not correct.
Check that you have the authority to create or overwrite files.
ABORT
File transfer abort was requested by the server.
Check the server for the reason for the abort request.
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Appendix 6 A List of Error Messages
Code
Message
285
FTP data connection error.
Further details are provided by the character string that appears after error code 285.
Character String and Details
SOCKET
Failed to create a socket for the transfer connection.*2
BIND
Failed the transfer connection command.*2
CONNECT
Failed the transfer connection.*2
LISTEN
Failed the transfer connection reception.*2
ACCEPT
Failed to accept the transfer connection.*2
SOCKNAME
Internal processing error.*2
RECV
Failed to receive data over the transfer connection.*2
SEND
Failed to send data over the transfer connection.*2
286
FTP file transfer error.
Further details are provided by the character string that appears after error code 286.
Character String and Details
READ
Internal processing error.*1
WRITE
Internal processing error.*1
*1 Contact your nearest dealer.
*2 These errors may occur if the network experiences trouble during the data transmission (bad
cable connection, duplicate addresses, network equipment failure).
Note
•
•
The FTP client function on the recorder has a timer function that drops the connection if there
is no data transfer for two minutes. If the server does not respond within this time period, the
transfer fails.
The FTP client function on the recorder overwrites files with the same file names on the
server without any warnings, unless the server rejects the request.
Communication Errors
• Errors during Setting and Basic Setting Modes, Output Communication Command
Execution, and Setup Data Loading
Code
Message
300
Command is too long.
301
Too many number of commands delimited with ‘;’.
302
This command has not been defined.
303
Data request command can not be enumerated with sub-delimiter.
350
Command is not permitted to the current user level.
351
This command cannot be specified in the current mode.
352
The option is not installed.
353
This command cannot be specified in the current setting.
354
This command is not available during sampling or calculating.
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Appendix 6 A List of Error Messages
• Memory Access Errors during Setting and Basic Setting Modes and Output
Communication Command Execution
An English error message is returned via the communication interface. It is not
displayed on the screen.
Code
Message
360
Output interface must be chosen from Ethernet or RS by using ‘XO’ command.
361
Memory data has not been saved to the communication output buffer.
362
There are no data to send ‘NEXT’ or ‘RESEND’.
363
All data have already been transferred.
• Maintenance and Test Communication Command Errors
An English error message is returned via the communication interface. It is not
displayed on the screen.
Code
Message
390
Command error.
391
Delimiter error.
392
Parameter error.
393
No permission.
394
No such connection.
395
Use ‘quit’ to close this connection.
396
Failed to disconnect.
397
No TCP control block.
• Other Communication Errors
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An English error message is returned via the communication interface. It is not
displayed on the screen.
Message
400
Input username.
401
Input password.
402
Select username from ‘admin’ or ‘user’.
403
Login incorrect, try again!
404
No more login at the specified level is acceptable.
410
Login successful. (The special user level)
411
Login successful. (The general user level)
420
Connection has been lost.
421
The number of simultaneous connection has been exceeded.
422
Communication has timed-out.
Appendix
Code
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Appendix 7
Login Process
You log into the recorder from your PC to use the functionality of the setting/
measurement server and the maintenance/test server via the Ethernet interface. If you
complete the process successfully up to login complete in the following figure, the
commands in chapter 5 become functional.
When using the Ethernet login function of the recorder
Connect
communications
No
E1 421
Within
the number of
connections*1
Disconnect
communications
E1 400
No
Within
2 minutes?
User name
Yes
Entered
"quit"?
Increment retry count
1
E1 401
E1 422
Within
2 minutes?
E1 403
Disconnect
communications
Password
Wait 5 s
No
Within
the number of
simultaneous
uses?*3
1
E1 420
No
Within
three retries?*2
Verification
match?
E1 404
1
No
No
Within
three retries?*2
1
E0
Disconnect
communications
Login complete
Start
Decision
End
Transition
User entry
E1 403
Response from the recorder (message omitted)
For a description of the response format, see section 6.1.
Code (for a description of codes and messages, see page App-15)
*1 Connections cannot exceed the maximum number of connections (see section 2.1).
*2 If you attempt to log in using a wrong password four consecutive times, the communication is
dropped (the number of login retries is three).
*3 If you attempt to log in causing the number of simultaneous use at the Administrator or User
level to be exceeded (see section 2.1) four consecutive times, the communication is dropped
(even if the password is correct).
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Appendix 7 Login Process
When not using the Ethernet login function of the recorder
Login as “admin” or “user.”
• You can log into the recorder as an administrator by accessing the recorder using the
user name “admin.”
• You can log into the recorder as a user by accessing the recorder using the user
name “user.”
Connect
communications
No
E1 421
Within
the number of
connections*1
Disconnect
communications
E1 402
No
Within
2 minutes?
User name
Yes
Entered
"quit"?
Increment retry count
1
E1 422
E1 403
E1 404
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No
1
E1 420
Disconnect
communications
Within
the number of
simultaneous
uses?*3
No
Within
three retries?*2
Verification
match?
Appendix
Disconnect
communications
1
No
No
Within
three retries?*2
1
E0
Login complete
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Index
A
access control ................................................................... 2-27
account ............................................................................. 2-11
address .............................................................. 3-11, 4-4, 4-5
administrator .............................................................. 1-5, 2-17
affirmative response ............................................................ 6-1
ASCII character code ..................................................... App-1
authority .............................................................................. 1-5
automatic file transfer .......................................................... 1-4
automatic transfer of data files .......................................... 2-10
B
basic setting command .............................................. 5-4, 5-19
basic setting mode .............................................................. 5-3
baud rate .................................................................... 3-11, 4-4
BINARY data section .......................................................... 6-2
BINARY data type ............................................................... 6-3
BINARY footer section ........................................................ 6-2
BINARY header section ...................................................... 6-2
bit structure ....................................................................... 3-10
bit structure of the status information .................................. 7-2
block (display data) ........................................................... 6-23
block (event data) ............................................................. 6-24
block (measured/computed/FIFO data) ............................ 6-20
block member ................................................................... 6-21
BO flag ................................................................................ 6-3
browser ............................................................................. 2-31
C
Index-1
Index
Index
cable ................................................................................... 3-5
cable connection procedure ................................................ 3-5
calculating the sum value .................................................... 6-4
canceling operation ............................................................... vi
carriage return code ....................................................... App-1
checking the connection status ........................................... 2-9
command
AK ............................................................................... 5-17
all ................................................................................ 5-33
BD ............................................................................... 5-16
BO .............................................................................. 5-28
CC .............................................................................. 5-28
close ........................................................................... 5-32
CM .............................................................................. 5-18
con .............................................................................. 5-32
CS ............................................................................... 5-28
DS ............................................................................... 5-17
EM .............................................................................. 5-18
ESC C ......................................................................... 5-31
ESC O ........................................................................ 5-31
eth ............................................................................... 5-32
EV ............................................................................... 5-17
FC ............................................................................... 5-28
FD ............................................................................... 5-28
FE ............................................................................... 5-28
FF ............................................................................... 5-29
FL ............................................................................... 5-29
FR ............................................................................... 5-15
FU ............................................................................... 5-29
help ............................................................................. 5-32
host ............................................................................. 5-33
IF ................................................................................ 5-28
ip ................................................................................. 5-33
IS ................................................................................ 5-29
KE ............................................................................... 5-18
LI ................................................................................. 5-18
LO ............................................................................... 5-18
ME .............................................................................. 5-30
MI ................................................................................ 5-30
MO .............................................................................. 5-30
model .......................................................................... 5-33
MS .............................................................................. 5-17
net ............................................................................... 5-32
PS ............................................................................... 5-17
quit .............................................................................. 5-33
RM .............................................................................. 5-22
RO .............................................................................. 5-22
SA ............................................................................... 5-10
SB ............................................................................... 5-13
SC ............................................................................... 5-13
SD ............................................................................... 5-11
SE ............................................................................... 5-13
serial ........................................................................... 5-33
SF ............................................................................... 5-13
SG .............................................................................. 5-12
SH ............................................................................... 5-12
SI ................................................................................ 5-14
SJ ............................................................................... 5-15
SK ............................................................................... 5-14
SL ............................................................................... 5-12
SO .............................................................................. 5-10
SP ............................................................................... 5-11
SQ .............................................................................. 5-14
SR ................................................................................. 5-9
SS ............................................................................... 5-15
ST ............................................................................... 5-12
SU ............................................................................... 5-14
SV ............................................................................... 5-13
SW .............................................................................. 5-11
SX ............................................................................... 5-12
SZ ............................................................................... 5-11
TL ............................................................................... 5-17
UD .............................................................................. 5-16
XB ............................................................................... 5-19
XC ............................................................................... 5-24
XE ............................................................................... 5-23
XG .............................................................................. 5-23
XH ............................................................................... 5-23
XI ................................................................................ 5-19
XJ ............................................................................... 5-19
XM .............................................................................. 5-20
XO .............................................................................. 5-23
XP ............................................................................... 5-23
XQ .............................................................................. 5-21
XR ............................................................................... 5-21
XS ............................................................................... 5-20
XT ............................................................................... 5-20
XU ............................................................................... 5-20
XV ............................................................................... 5-20
YA ............................................................................... 5-24
YC ............................................................................... 5-25
YG .............................................................................. 5-25
YI ................................................................................ 5-25
YK ............................................................................... 5-24
YL ............................................................................... 5-26
Index
YM .............................................................................. 5-26
YN ............................................................................... 5-24
YO .............................................................................. 5-25
YQ .............................................................................. 5-24
YS ............................................................................... 5-24
YT ............................................................................... 5-25
YU ............................................................................... 5-26
YV ............................................................................... 5-27
YW .............................................................................. 5-27
YX ............................................................................... 5-27
command (Modbus master) ................................................ 4-7
command name .................................................................. 5-1
command syntax ................................................................. 5-1
command-response ............................................................ 6-1
communication condition .................................................. 4-13
communication distance ..................................................... 3-1
communication function ...................................................... 1-1
communication log ............................................................ 2-22
communication timeout .............................................. 1-5, 2-18
conceptual diagram (BINARY) ............................................ 6-2
configuring the Ethernet interface ....................................... 2-3
confirming operation .............................................................. v
confirming the connection status ........................................ 1-8
connecting the Ethernet interface ....................................... 2-2
connection status ................................................................ 1-8
connector pin arrangement (RS-232) ................................. 3-2
converter ............................................................................. 3-9
CR + LF ............................................................................... 5-2
CS-RS ................................................................................. 3-4
D
data dropout (Modbus master) .............................. 4-13, App-8
data length ........................................................................ 3-11
data length (BINARY output) .............................................. 6-2
data reception control ......................................................... 3-3
data sum ............................................................................. 6-2
data transmission control .................................................... 3-3
default gateway ................................................................... 2-3
delimiter .............................................................................. 5-2
DNS .................................................................................... 2-3
DNS server ......................................................................... 2-3
domain name ...................................................................... 2-3
domain suffix ....................................................................... 2-4
E
e-mail log .......................................................................... 2-23
e-mail message ................................................................. 2-48
e-mail transmission ............................................................. 1-7
e-mail transmission test .................................................... 2-47
END flag .............................................................................. 6-3
error log ............................................................................. 2-22
error message ................................................................ App-9
escape code ................................................................... App-1
execution mode ................................................................... 5-3
explanation of the function .................................................. 1-2
F
FIFO buffer ..................................................................... App-6
file transfer destination directory ....................................... 2-14
filter ..................................................................................... 7-1
flag ...................................................................................... 6-3
flag (FIFO) ......................................................................... 6-21
FLOAT_B ............................................................................ 4-9
FLOAT_L ............................................................................ 4-9
Index-2
flow of operation ..................................................................... v
front panel ............................................................................. iv
FTP client ............................................................................ 1-4
FTP connection ................................................................. 2-10
FTP log ............................................................................. 2-22
FTP server .......................................................................... 1-3
FTP server name .............................................................. 2-11
FTP test ..................................................................... 1-4, 2-16
G
granting access authority .................................................... 1-5
H
handshaking ............................................................... 3-3, 3-11
header ...................................................................... 6-22, 6-24
header sum ......................................................................... 6-2
hold register ........................................................................ 4-2
host name ........................................................................... 2-3
I
identifier (BINARY data) ...................................................... 6-3
initial path .......................................................................... 2-11
input range parameter ......................................................... 5-7
input register ....................................................................... 4-2
instrument information output command .................... 5-6, 5-33
instrument information server ............................................. 1-4
INT16 .................................................................................. 4-8
INT32_B .............................................................................. 4-8
INT32_L .............................................................................. 4-8
IP address ........................................................................... 2-3
ITU-T ................................................................................... 3-2
K
keepalive .................................................................... 1-8, 2-18
L
LF ........................................................................................ 5-2
line feed code ................................................................. App-1
list of commands ................................................................. 5-3
login ........................................................................... 1-5, 2-17
login name ........................................................................ 2-11
login process ................................................................ App-16
M
maintenance/test command ....................................... 5-6, 5-32
maintenance/test server ...................................................... 1-3
master ................................................................................. 4-1
maximum number of connections ....................................... 2-1
Modbus error response ....................................................... 4-3
Modbus master ................................................................... 1-2
Modbus protocol ................................................................. 4-4
Modbus protocol specification ...................................... 4-1, 4-7
Modbus slave ...................................................................... 1-2
MODBUS STATUS screen ............................................... 4-13
monitor page ..................................................................... 2-26
monitor page (contents) .................................................... 2-31
multiple negative responses ............................................... 6-1
Index
N
name of part .......................................................................... iv
negative response ............................................................... 6-1
Normal protocol ................................................................. 3-11
number of bytes ................................................................ 6-20
number of simultaneous uses ............................................. 2-1
O
P
parameter ............................................................................ 5-1
parameter (instrument information) ................................... 6-25
parity check ................................................................ 3-11, 4-4
password ............................................... 2-11, 2-17, 2-26, 2-27
PASV mode ...................................................................... 2-11
pin arrangement (RS-422A/485) ......................................... 3-5
port number ...................................................... 2-1, 2-11, 2-38
primary ....................................................................... 2-3, 2-10
protocol ............................................................................... 1-1
Q
query ................................................................................... 5-2
S
secondary .................................................................. 2-3, 2-10
sender ............................................................................... 2-38
sender URL ....................................................................... 2-39
serial interface converter ..................................................... 3-9
serial interface specification ................................................ 3-1
setting command ................................................................. 5-3
setting command (control) ................................................ 5-16
setting command (setting) ................................................... 5-9
setting/measurement server ............................................... 1-3
signal direction .................................................................... 3-2
signal name (RS-232) ......................................................... 3-2
signal name (RS-422A/485) ................................................ 3-5
single negative response .................................................... 6-1
slave .................................................................................... 4-1
SMTP server ..................................................................... 2-38
space code ..................................................................... App-1
special data value ............................................................. 6-21
special message ............................................................... 6-10
starting/stopping e-mail transmissions .............................. 2-48
status information ................................................................ 7-1
status report ........................................................................ 7-1
storing operation ................................................................... vi
sub delimiter ........................................................................ 5-2
subnet mask ........................................................................ 2-3
Index
T
terminator ............................................................. 3-1, 3-9, 5-2
time difference from GMT ................................................. 2-27
time out ............................................................................... 1-5
timeout time ............................................................... 2-18, 4-7
type (Modbud resister data) ................................................ 4-8
types of ASCII data ............................................................. 6-6
U
UDP .................................................................................... 1-1
UINT16 ................................................................................ 4-8
UINT32_B ........................................................................... 4-9
UINT32_L ............................................................................ 4-9
URL ................................................................................... 2-31
use of part ............................................................................. iv
user ............................................................................ 1-5, 2-17
user authorization ............................................................... 1-5
user level ........................................................................... 2-17
user name ...................................................... 2-17, 2-26, 2-27
user registration ................................................................ 2-17
R
read cycle ............................................................................ 4-7
rear panel .............................................................................. iv
receive buffer .................................................................... 3-10
recipient ............................................................................ 2-38
Index-3
Index
OFF-OFF ............................................................................ 3-3
operation mode ................................................................... 5-3
operator page .................................................................... 2-26
output command ................................................................. 5-6
output command (control) ................................................. 5-28
output command (RS-422A/485 dedicated commands) ... 5-31
output command (setup, measured, and computed) ........ 5-28
output flow of FIFO data ................................................ App-6
output flow of internal memory data ............................... App-2
output flow of the file ...................................................... App-4
output flow of the file list ................................................. App-5
output format (alarm summary) ......................................... 6-15
output format (communication log) ..................................... 6-9
output format (data list) ..................................................... 6-18
output format (decimal position/unit information) ................ 6-7
output format (display BINARY data) ................................ 6-22
output format (e-mail log) .................................................. 6-14
output format (event BINARY data) .................................. 6-24
output format (FIFO BINARY data) ................................... 6-20
output format (file list) ....................................................... 6-17
output format (FTP log) ..................................................... 6-11
output format (key login log) ............................................. 6-12
output format (manual sampled data) ............................... 6-24
output format (measured/computed BINARY data) .......... 6-20
output format (measured/computed data) ........................... 6-8
output format (message summary) ................................... 6-16
output format (operation error log) .................................... 6-12
output format (report data) ................................................ 6-24
output format (setting data/basic setting data) .................... 6-6
output format (status information) ..................................... 6-16
output format (user level) .................................................. 6-19
output format (web operation log) ..................................... 6-13
output format of ASCII data ................................................ 6-6
output format of BINARY data .......................................... 6-20
output format of instrument information ............................ 6-25
refreshing the monitor page .............................................. 2-32
register assignments ........................................................... 4-2
response ............................................................................. 5-2
response (instrument information) .................................... 6-25
response syntax .................................................................. 6-1
resuming command transmission ..................................... 4-13
retrials ................................................................................. 4-7
RS-232 interface specification ............................................ 3-1
RS-232 standard ................................................................. 3-2
RS-422A/485 dedicated response ...................................... 6-5
RS-422A/485 interface specification ................................... 3-1
Index
W
web operation log .............................................................. 2-23
web server .......................................................................... 1-6
X
XON-RS .............................................................................. 3-4
XON-XON ........................................................................... 3-4
Index-4
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