SevenMulti Command Set

SevenMulti Command Set
SevenMulti Command Set
SevenMulti
Command Set
Reference Manual
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Content
0. Version History ...................................................................................................3
1. Basic Information On Data Interchange With The SevenMulti ..........................4
1.1 Command Formats ......................................................................................4
1.2
Response Formats.......................................................................................4
1.3
Format Of The Response With Measurement Value ..................................4
1.4
Format Of The Response Without Measurement Value .............................5
1.5
Error Message..............................................................................................6
1.6
Tips For The Programmer............................................................................6
2. Commands And Response.................................................................................7
2.1 Special Commands......................................................................................7
2.2
System Parameters Setting .......................................................................14
2.3
Dual Channel Commands..........................................................................18
2.4
Measurement And Calibration Commands................................................29
2.5
Set pH Parameters Commands.................................................................47
2.6
Set Rel.mV Parameters Commands..........................................................53
2.7
Set ION Parameters Commands...............................................................54
2.8
Set Conductivity Parameters Commands..................................................65
2.9
Data access commands.............................................................................75
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0. Version History
Title:
SevenMulti Command Set Reference Manual
Product: SevenMulti
Document Number:
Version : 1.0
Writer: Pony Ma & Terry Wang
Date Created: June 14, 2005
Last Revision Date: July 26, 2006
Comments:
Nr.
1
Version
0.96
Change Description
Add Command
User
Terry
2
0.97
Fully Check
Terry
3
0.98
Add CM14, CM15, CM16
Terry
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1. Basic Information on Data Interchange with the SevenMulti
Each command received by the SevenMulti via the data interface is acknowledged by a
response of SevenMulti to the transmitter.
Commands and responses are data strings with a fixed format, and will be described in
detail.
1.1 Command Formats
Commands sent to the SevenMulti comprise or more characters of Unicode character set.
Here, the following must be noted:
• Enter command only in uppercase.
• The possible parameters of the command must be separated from one another and
from the command name by a space.
• Each command must be closed by CRLF
The characters CRLF, which can be inputted using the Enter or Return key of most entry
keypads, are not listed in this description, but it is essential they be included for
communication with the SevenMulti.
Example
Load a method of “PH1” to right channel.
DC10
0 “PH1”
The command terminator CRLF is not shown.
Comment
The quotation marks “ ” must be inserted in the entry.
1.2 Response Formats
All responses sent by the SevenMulti to the transmitter to acknowledge the received
command have one of the following formats:
• Response with measurement value
• Response without measurement value
• Error message
1.3 Format Of The Response With Measurement Value
A general description of the response with measurement value is the following.
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ID
Status
Measurement value
ID:
:
Status:
Measurement value:
Unit:
CR:
L F:
Unit
C R LF
Response identification, 1-4 characters
Space (0x20H)
Status of the SevenMulti, see description of the commands and
responses.
shown as number with 10 decimal.
Measurement unit.
Carriage return (0x0DH)
Line feed (0x0AH)
Comment
CRLF will not be show in this description
Examples
Response with dynamic pH value of 7.02 and 25.2 ºC auto temperature compensation in
right channel.
MF06
A
D
MF06:
A:
D:
7.02:
pH:
25.2:
0:
0:
7.02
pH
25.2
0
0
Command acknowledged
The measurement value is unstable
Measurement value
Measurement Unit
Temperature value
Temperature Unit ºC
ATC(auto temperature compensation)
1.4 Format Of The Response Without Measurement Value
A general description of the response without measurement value is the following
ID
Status
ID:
:
Status:
Parameters:
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CR
LF
Response identification, 1-4 characters
Space(0x20H)
Status of the SevenMulti, see description of the commands and
responses.
Command-dependent response code.
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CR:
L F:
Carriage return(0x0DH)
Line feed(0x0AH)
Comment
CRLF will not be show in this description
1.5 Error Message
ID
CR
LF
There are three different error messages; the identification always comprises two
characters
ID
Error identification
Possible error message are
ES
CR:
L F:
Syntax error
SevenMulti has not recognized the received
command
ET
Transmission error
The SevenMulti has received a “faulty” command,
e,g.owing to a parity error or interface break
EL
Logical error
The SevenMulti cannot execute the received
command.
Carriage return(0x0DH)
Line feed(0x0AH)
Comment
CRLF will not be show in this description
1.6 Tips For The Programmer
Command and response
You can improve the dependability of your application software by having your program
evaluate the response of the SevenMulti to a command; The response is the
acknowledgement that the SevenMulti has received the command.
Reset
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To be able to start from a determined state, when establishing the communication between
SevenMulti and system, you should send a reset command to the SevenMulti, When the
SevenMulti or system is switched on or off, faulty characters can be received or sent.
Quotation marks” ”
Quotation marks included in the command must always be entered.
2. Commands And Response
The SevenMulti receives commands from the system computer and acknowledge the
command with an appropriate response.
The following sections contain a detailed description of all commands of the commands set
in alphabetical order with associated responses. Commands and responses are closed
with CRLF, These termination characters are not shown in the following description, but they
must always be entered with commands or sent with responses.
2.1 Special Commands
I1
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Response
I2
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Response
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Inquiry command set version
I1
I1
I1
I1
I1
A
I
A
“text”
“0.10”
Inquiry of pH command set version
Command set version as “text”
Command understood, not executable at present
Inquiry of pH command set version
Command set version 0.10
Inquiry type of product
I2
I2
I2
I2
I2
A
I
A
“text”
Inquiry type of product
Type of product as “text”
Command understood, not executable at present
Inquiry type of product
“SevenMulti”
Type of product is SevenMulti
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I3
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Response
I4
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Response
LRC
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
IS
Command
Responses
Inquiry software version
I3
I3
I3
I3
I3
A
I
A
“text”
Inquiry software version
software version as “text”
Command understood, not executable at present
Inquiry software version
“V2.00B95”
Software version is 2.00 built95.
Inquiry instrument serial number
I4
I4
I4
I4
I4
A
I
A
“text”
Inquiry serial number of Instrument
Instrument serial number as “text”
Command understood, not executable at present
Inquiry serial number of Instrument
“0123456”
serial number of Instrument is 0123456.
Remote control connection
LRC
LRC
LRC
1
0
A
LRC
LRC
L
I
LRC
LRC
1
A
Request instrument to connect with remote control
Disconnect instrument with remote control
Command is executed; instrument is connected with
remote control.
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
Request instrument to connect with remote control
Command is executed; instrument is connected with
remote control.
Inquiry current state of instrument
IS
IS
Inquiry current state of instrument
A
x
x represents current state
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2 = Measurement
3 = Instrument Login Password Input Screen
4 = Measurement Menu
5 = Calibration
7 = Calibration Menu
8 = i Menu
9 = ID Menu
10 = Data Menu
11 = Calibration result screen
12 = Electrode Test
13 = ION Incremental Techniques Screen
14 = Conductivity Determine Temperature
Correction Coefficient
15 = Rondolino Measurement
16 = Help Screen
18 = ISFET Offset Adjustment
IS
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Inquiry current state of instrument
The instrument is measuring the values
Examples
Command
Responses
IS
IS
A
2
Command
W
x1
x2
Send Warning ID x2 to Labx
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2:
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Warning ID
1 = Measurement out of range
2 = Measurement database is full
3 = Calibration reminder out of time
4 = Temperature reading exceeds maximum
limitation
5 = Temperature reading below minimum
limitation
10 = pH reading exceeds maximum limitation
11 = pH reading below minimum limitation
15 = mV reading exceeds maximum
limitation
16 = mV reading below minimum limitation
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20 = Rel.mV reading exceeds maximum
limitation
21 = Rel.mV reading below minimum
limitation
25 = mmol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
26 = mmol reading below minimum limitation
30 = mol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
31 = mmol reading below minimum limitation
35 = ppm reading exceeds maximum
limitation
36 = ppm reading below minimum limitation
40 = mg/l reading exceeds maximum
limitation
41 = mg/l reading below minimum limitation
45 = % reading exceeds maximum limitation
46 = % reading below minimum limitation
47 = Please calibrate electrode
55 = ISFET pH reading exceeds maximum
limitation
56 = ISFET pH reading below minimum
limitation
57 = Adjust ISFET offset first
65 = ISFET mV reading exceeds maximum
limitation
66 = ISFET mV reading below minimum
limitation
70 = ISFET rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
71 = ISFET rel.mV reading below minimum
limitation
75 = Conductivity reading exceeds maximum
limitation
76 = Conductivity reading below minimum
limitation
77 = Conductivity exceeds USP limit
78 = Conductivity exceeds EP limit
79 = Conductivity exceeds EP(Ultra pure
water) limit
80 = Temperature out of nLF correction
range
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85 = TDS reading exceeds maximum
limitation
86 = TDS reading below minimum limitation
90 = Salinity reading exceeds maximum
limitation
91 = Salinity reading below minimum
limitation
95 = Resitivity reading exceeds maximum
limitation
96 = Resitivity reading below minimum
limitation
135 = pH slope out of range
136 = pH offset out of range
137 = pH slope reading exceeds maximum
limitation
138 = pH slope reading below minimum
limitation
139 = pH offset reading exceeds maximum
limitation
140 = pH offset reading below minimum
limitation
145 = ISFET slope out of range
146 = ISFET offset out of range
147 = ISFET slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
148 = ISFET slope reading below minimum
limitation
149 = ISFET offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
150 = ISFET offset reading below minimum
limitation
155 = ION slope reading exceeds maximum
limitation
156 = ION slope reading below minimum
limitation
160 = Conductivity cell constant reading
exceeds maximum limitation
161 = Conductivity cell constant reading
below minimum limitation
Examples
Command
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0
1
Send right channel warning ID
“Measurement out of range”to Labx
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SevenMulti Command Set
K
Key control
Set key control type
Command
K x
Responses
Control the key
x:
1 = When a key is pressed, execute the
corresponding function, but do not send.
2 = When a key is pressed, do not execute
the corresponding function and send it’s
key code.
3 = When a key is pressed, execute the
corresponding function and send it’s key
code.
4 = When a key is pressed, execute the
corresponding function and can also
receive key code to control the key
(K C x)
K
K
K
A
I
L
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters
Examples
Command
K
3
Responses
K
A
When a key is pressed, execute the corresponding
function and sent it’s key code.
Command is executed
Send key code
Command
K
x
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Send key code
x represents key code
x:
1 = Cal
2 = Data
3 = ID
4 = Read
5 = Software key 1
6 = Software key 2
7 = Software key 3
8 = Software key 4
9=i
10 = 0
11 = 1
12 = 2
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13 = 3
14 = 4
15 = 5
16 = 6
17 = 7
18 = 8
19 = 9
20 = 21 = .
22 = On/Off
Key Control
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
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C
x
Use key code to control the key
x represents key code
x:
1 = Cal
2 = Data
3 = ID
4 = Read
5 = Software key 1
6 = Software key 2
7 = Software key 3
8 = Software key 4
9=i
10 = 0
11 = 1
12 = 2
13 = 3
14 = 4
15 = 5
16 = 6
17 = 7
18 = 8
19 = 9
20 = 21 = .
22 = On/Off
K A
K I
K L
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters
K 4
Execute the “Read” key function
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Responses
K A
Command is executed
2.2 System Parameters Setting
These commands only available when measurement or calibration is stopped.
S01
Inquiry /Set language setting
Inquiry language setting
Command
S01
Responses
S01
A
Inquiry language setting
x
x:
0 = English
1 = Deutsch
2 = Français
3 = Español
4 = Italiano
Set language setting
Command
S01
Responses
S01
S01
S01
x
A
I
L
Set language setting
Language has been set.
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters
Examples
Command
Responses
1
A
Set language setting to English
Language has been set.
S02
S01
S01
Inquiry/Set system time
Inquiry system time
Command
S02
Responses
S02
A
Set system time
Command
S02
Responses
S02
S02
S02
hh:mm
A
I
L
Set system time
system time has been set.
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters
Examples
Command
Responses
14:35
A
Set system time to 14 and 35 o’clock
system time has been set.
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S02
Inquiry system time
hh:mm hh:mm represents the system time in 24 hour
format
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S03
Inquiry/Set system date in yyyy/mm/dd format
Inquiry system date
Command
S03
Responses
S03
A
Set system date
Command
S03
Responses
S03
S03
S03
yyyy-mm-dd Set system date
A
System date has been set.
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
L
Wrong parameters
Examples
Command
2006-01-23
Responses
S04
S03
S03
Inquiry system date
yyyy-mm-dd
yyyy-mm-dd: represents the system date in
yyyy/mm/dd format
Set system date to 23rd Jan 006
System date has been set.
A
Inquiry/Set date and time format in SevenMulti
Inquiry system date and time format
Command
S04
Inquiry date format setting
Responses
S04
A x1
x2
System date format
x1: 0 = 24-hour format
1 = 12-hour format
x2: 0 = mm/dd/yyyy
1 = dd/mm/yyyy
Set system date and time format
Command
S04
x1
x2
Responses
S04
S04
S04
A
I
L
Examples
Command
S04
1
Responses
S04
A
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Set date and time format
System date format has been set.
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters
0
Set system date to mm/dd/yyyy format
Set system time to 12 hour format
System date format has been set.
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S05
Inquiry/Set screen contrast
Inquiry screen contrast
Command
S05
Responses
S05
x
Inquiry screen contrast
x represents the value of screen contrast
x = 0 -- 32
Set screen contrast
Command
S05
Responses
S05
S05
S05
x
A
I
L
Set screen contrast
Screen contrast has been set.
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters
Examples
Command
Responses
12
A
Set screen contrast with the value 12
Screen contrast has been set.
S06
S05
S05
Inquiry/Set time for screen saver
Inquiry screen saver
Command
S06
Responses
S06
x
Set screen saver
Command
S06
Responses
S06
S06
S06
x
A
I
L
Set time for screen saver
Screen saver has been set.
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters
Examples
Command
Responses
10
A
Set screen saver with the value 10 minutes
Screen saver has been set.
S07
S06
S06
Inquiry screen saver
x represents the value of screen saver
x = 5 – 99 minutes
x = 0 Screen saver off
Inquiry/Set Instrument ID
Inquiry Instrument ID
Command
S07
Responses
S07 A
Inquiry Instrument ID
“Text” “Text” represents the instrument ID
Set Instrument ID
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SevenMulti Command Set
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
S08
S07
S07
S07
“Text”
A
I
S07
S07
“LabStation” Set instrument ID to “LabStation”
A
Instrument ID has been set.
Inquiry/Set expansion unit ID
Inquiry expansion unit ID
Command
S08
x
Responses
Set instrument ID
system date has been set.
Command cannot be executed currently.
A
“Text” “Text” represents the expansion unit ID
Set expansion unit ID
Command
S08
Responses
S08
S08
x
A
I
“Text” Set expansion unit ID
Expansion unit ID has been set.
Command cannot be executed currently.
Examples
Command
S08
0
Responses
S08
A
“pHLab2”
Set right channel expansion unit ID to “pHLab2”
Right channel expansion unit ID has been set.
S09
S08
Inquiry expansion unit ID
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
Inquiry/Set user ID
Inquiry user ID
Command
S09
Responses
S09
Set user ID
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
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A
Inquiry user ID
“Text” “Text” represents the user ID
S09
S09
S09
“Text”
A
I
Set user ID
User ID has been set.
Command cannot be executed currently.
S09
S09
“Mike”
A
Set user ID to “Mike”
User ID has been set.
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2.3 Dual Channel Commands
DC01
Inquiry/Switch channel
Inquiry current working channel
Command
DC01
Responses
DC01
A
x
Inquiry current working channel
x represents current working channel
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
2 = Dual channel
Switch working channel
Command
DC01
Responses
DC01
DC01
DC01
x
A
I
L
x represents current working channel
Command is executed.
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters.
Examples
Command
Responses
1
A
Switch to left channel
Command is executed.
DC02
DC01
DC01
Inquiry mounted expansion unit type and SN
Command
DC02
x
Responses
DC02
A
Examples
Command
Responses
DC02
DC02
1
A
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Inquiry mounted expansion unit type and SN
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x
1
“Text”
x represents expansion unit type
x:
0 = No expansion unit
1 = pH expansion unit
2 = ION expansion unit
3 = ISFET expansion unit
4 = Conductivity expansion unit
“Text” represents SN of expansion unit
Inquiry left channel expansion unit type and SN
“301234”
Left channel is mounted a pH expansion unit with
SN 301234
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DC03
Inquiry/Set endpoint format
Inquiry endpoint format
Command
DC03
x
Responses
A
DC03
Set endpoint format
Command
DC03
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
DC04
Command
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x1
x1
DC03
DC03
DC03
A
L
I
DC03
DC03
0
A
x2
1
Inquiry endpoint format for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2
x1 represents endpoint format
1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
0 = Not available ( no expansion unit
mounted)
x2 represents endpoint time(5-3600s)
(Only display at the Timed endpoint)
x3
Set endpoint format for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
x3:
Endpoint time(5-3600s)
(Only work at the Timed endpoint)
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command can not be executed currently.
Set right channel with auto endpoint
Command is executed
Set display resolution
DC04
x1
x2 Set display resolution for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = 0 digits
1 = 1 digits
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Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
DC05
DC04
DC04
DC04
A
L
I
DC04
DC04
0
A
1
Set right channel 1 digit display
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set MTC
Inquiry MTC
Command
DC05
x
Responses
DC05
A
Set MTC
Command
DC05
x1
DC05
DC05
DC05
A
L
I
Responses
2 = 2 digits
3 = 3 digits
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command can not be executed currently.
x
Inquiry MTC value for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x represents the value of MTC
x2 Set MTC value for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2:
MTC value
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command can not be executed currently.
Comment
The unit of temperature is always degree C.
Examples
Command
Responses
DC06
DC05
DC05
0
A
25.6 Set right channel with MTC 25.6 ºC
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set data transfer mode
Inquiry a data transfer mode
Command
DC06
x
Responses
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A
x
Inquiry auto data transfer mode for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x represents auto data transfer mode
x:
0 = Manual Data Transfer to Memory
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1 = Auto Log to memory
2 = Auto Log to Interface
3 = Auto Log to Memory and Interface
Set auto data transfer mode
Command
DC06
x1
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
DC07
DC06
DC06
DC06
A
L
I
DC06
DC06
0
A
x2 Set auto data transfer mode for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = Manual Data Transfer to Memory
1 = Auto Log to memory
2 = Auto Log to Interface
3 = Auto Log to Memory and Interface
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command can not be executed currently.
1
Inquiry/Set sensor ID and sensor SN
Inquiry sensor ID and SN
Command
DC07
x
Responses
Set right channel with auto data log to memory
Command is executed
DC07
DC07
DC07
B
B
A
1
2
3
Inquiry sensor ID and SN for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
“Text1”
“Text2”
x
“Text1” represents sensor ID
“Text2” represents sensor SN
x: Last calibration date
Set sensor ID and SN
Command
DC07
Responses
DC07
DC07
DC07
Examples
Command
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x
“Text1”
A
L
I
0
“Text2” Set sensor ID and SN for channel x
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command can not be executed currently.
“Lab370”
“235689”
Set right channel with auto data log to memory
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SevenMulti Command Set
Responses
DC08
DC07
A
Command is executed
Change mode
Command
DC08
x1
Responses
DC08
DC08
DC08
A
L
I
x2 Change mode for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 1 = pH mode
2 = mV mode
3 = RelmV mode
4 = ION mode
5 = ISFET pH mode
6 = ISFET mV mode
7 = ISFET RelmV mode
8 = Conductivity mode
9 = TDS mode
10 = Sal mode
11 = Restivity mode
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command can not be executed currently.
Comment
The destination mode must corresponding to the mounted expansion unit
Examples
Command
Responses
DC09
DC08
DC08
0
A
Set right channel to pH mode
Command is executed
Save current settings as a method
Command
DC09
x1
Responses
DC09
DC09
DC09
A
L
I
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“Text”
Save current setting as a method for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
“Text” represents method ID
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
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Comment
This command is only available when measurement or calibration is stopped.
Examples
Command
DC09
0
Responses
DC09
A
DC10
“pH”
Save right channel current settings as a Method
Command is executed
Load a stored method from memory
Command
DC10
x1
Responses
DC10
DC10
DC10
A
L
I
“Text”
Load a method from memory for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
“Text” represents method ID
(Note: Use “Default” to load default method)
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
Comment
This command is only available when measurement or calibration is stopped.
Examples
Command
DC10
0
Responses
DC10
A
DC11
“mypH”
Load “mypH” method from memory for right
channel
Command is executed
Inquiry current working method ID
Inquiry current working method ID
Command
DC11
x
Responses
DC11
A
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x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
“Text”
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“Text” represents method ID
Examples
Command
Responses
DC12
DC11
DC11
0
A
Inquiry right channel method ID
“LABPH1” Command is executed
Inquiry/Set calibration mode
Inquiry pH calibration mode
Command
DC12
x
Responses
DC12 A
DC12
Inquiry calibration mode for channel x
x
I
Set pH calibration mode
Command
DC12
x1
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
DC13
DC12
DC12
DC12
A
L
I
DC12
DC12
1 1
A
x represents calibration mode
x:
0 = Linear
1 = segment
Command cannot be executed currently.
x2 Set pH calibration mode
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = Linear
1 = segment
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command can not be executed currently.
Set left channel calibration to linear mode
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set calibration reminder
Inquiry pH calibration reminder
Command
DC13 x
Responses
DC13 A x
Inquiry calibration reminder for channel x
x represents calibration reminder setting
x:
0 = calibration reminder off
1---1000hours
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DC13
I
Set pH calibration reminder
Command
DC13
x1
Command cannot be executed currently.
x2
x1:
Responses
DC13
DC13
DC13
A
L
I
Examples
Command
DC13
0
Responses
DC13
A
DC14
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents calibration reminder setting
x2: 0 = calibration reminder off
1---1000hours
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
72
Set right channel calibration reminder to
72 hours
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set alarm limit
Inquiry alarm limit
Command
DC14
x1
x2
Inquiry alarm limit for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Measurement Mode
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = ION
5 = ISFET pH
6 = ISFET mV
7 = ISFET Rel.mV
8 = Conductivity
9 = TDS
10 = Salinity
11 = Resitivity
Responses
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DC14
…
DC14
B
B
x1
x1
x2
x2
A
x1
x2
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x1 represents alarm type
x1:
0 = No alarm is activated
1 = Max Temperature
2 = Min Temperature
3 = Max Offset
4 = Min Offset
5 = Max Slope
6 = Min Slope
7 = Max pH
8 = Min pH
9 = Max mV
10 = Min mV
11 = Max Cond
12 = Min Cond
13 = Max CellC
14 = Min CellC
15 = Max TDS
16 = Min TDS
17 = Max Sal
18 = Min Sal
19 = Max Res
20 = Min Res
21 = Max mmol
22 = Min mmol
23 = Max mol
24 = Min mol
25 = Max ppm
26 = Min ppm
27 = Max mg/L
28 = Min mg/L
29 = Max %
30 = Min %
x2 represents alarm limit value
DC14
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Comment
DC14 only send out activated alarm limit.
Set alarm limit
Command
DC14
DC14
DC14
…
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B
B
x1
x3
x3
x2
x4
x4
x5
x5
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DC14
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x3
x4 x5
Set alarm limit for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Measurement Mode
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = ION
5 = ISFET pH
6 = ISFET mV
7 = ISFET Rel.mV
8 = Conductivity
9 = TDS
10 = Salinity
11 = Resitivity
x3: Alarm type
1 = Max Temperature
2 = Min Temperature
3 = Max Offset
4 = Min Offset
5 = Max Slope
6 = Min Slope
7 = Max pH
8 = Min pH
9 = Max mV
10 = Min mV
11 = Max Cond
12 = Min Cond
13 = Max CellC
14 = Min CellC
15 = Max TDS
16 = Min TDS
17 = Max Sal
18 = Min Sal
19 = Max Res
20 = Min Res
21 = Max mmol
22 = Min mmol
23 = Max mol
24 = Min mol
25 = Max ppm
26 = Min ppm
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27 = Max mg/L
28 = Min mg/L
29 = Max %
30 = Min %
x4: Alarm on or off
0 = off
1 = on
x5: Alarm limit value (Only set at the alarm on)
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
DC15
DC14
DC14
DC14
A
L
I
DC14
DC14
DC14
DC14
B
B
B
A
DC14
A
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
0
1
7
8
2
Inquiry/Set stability criteria
DC15
A
DC15
DC15
L
I
Set stability criteria
Command
DC15
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Set right channel ph mode alarm limit
Set max temperature limit on, value is 55
Set max ph alarm limit off
Set min ph limit on, value is 2
Command is executed
Inquiry stability criteria
Command
DC15 x
Responses
1
1
0
1
x1
Inquiry stability criteria type for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x
x represents stability criteria type
x:
Stability criteria
1 = Fast
2 = Normal
3 = Strict
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
x2
Inquiry stability criteria for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
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SevenMulti Command Set
x2:
Responses
DC15
DC15
DC15
A
L
I
Stability criteria
1 = Fast
2 = Normal
3 = Strict
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
2.4 Measurement And Calibration Commands
With screen saver activity all command are still available, if start calibration or
measurement, the backlight should be lit on automatically.
MF01
Inquiry/Set sample ID and auto sequential on or off
Inquiry sample ID
Command
MF01
x
Responses
MF01
A
Set sample ID
Command
MF01
x1
MF01
MF01
MF01
A
L
I
Examples
Command
MF01
0
Responses
MF01
A
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Inquiry sample ID for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
“Text” x
“Text” represents sample ID for channel x
x:
0 = auto sequential off
1 = auto sequential on
“Text” x2
Set sample ID for channel x
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = auto sequential off
1 = auto sequential on
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command can not be executed currently.
“Water01” 1
Set right channel with sample ID “Water01’
and set auto sequential on
Command is executed
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MF02
Reserve
MF03
Start measurement
Command
Responses
MF03
MF03
MF03
A
I
Start mesurement
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
Comment
This command can be sent to instrument to start measurement.
Examples
Command
Responses
MF04
Command
MF03
MF03
A
Command is executed
Measurement stopped
MF04
x1 x2
x3
x4 Measurement end
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
x4: Endpoint format
1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user presses key to stop the
measurement or measurement reaches to endpoint and stop itself automatically.
Examples
Command
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Command
Responses
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Stop measurement manually
MF05
MF05
A
Stop measurement
Command is executed
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MF05
Examples
Command
Responses
MF06
MF05
MF05
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
A
Command is executed
Send measurement value immediately
Command
MF06
x
Send measurement value immediately
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
Responses
MF06
……
MF06
B
x1
x2
A
x1
x2
x3 x4
Measurement value of channel x
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x3
x4
x2: represents measurement item, the possible item
are:
x3: represents the value or text for each item
1 = Date
2 = Time
3 = Sensor ID
4 = Sensor SN
5 = Last Cal
6 = Inst.ID
7 = Inst.SN
8 = Exp.-U.ID
9 = Exp.-U.SN
10 = User
11 = Method
12 = Endpoint
x3: 1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
13 = ATC/MTC
x3: 0 = ATC
1 = MTC
14 = T-Int.
x3: 0 = Off
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15 = Automation
x3: 0 = Off
16 = Offs.det
x3: 0 = Reference Sample
1 = Manual
17 = Offs.Value
18 = Sample ID
19 = Result
20 = mV
21 = Temperature
22 = Ref.Temp
23 = Temp.Comp
x3: 0 = Off
1 = Non -Linear
24 = TDS-Factor
25 = Sal.Type
x3: 0 = Practical
1 = Natural
26 = Cal.Mode
x3: 0 = Linear
1 = Segmented
27 = Buffer
28 = Slope
29 = Slope[%]
30 = Offset
31 = Standard
x3: 0 = 10 μS
1 = 84 μS
2 = 500 μS
3 = 1413 μS
4 = 1288 mS
5 = Sat. NaCl
6 = Enter CellC
32 = CellC
33 = Ion
x3: 0 = Blank
1 = Ag+
2 = BF43 = Br4 = Ca2+
5 = Cd2+
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8 = CO2
9 = Cu2+
10 = F11 = H+
12 = I13 = K+
14 = Na+
15 = NH3
16 = NH4+
17 = NO218 = NO319 = NOx
20 = Pb2+
21 = S222 = SCN23 = Ion+
24 = Ion2+
25 = Ion26 = Ion234 = Unit
x3: 4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
35 = Std.Temp
36 = Inc.Tech.
x3: 1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
37 = C(stand)
38 = V(stand)
39 = V(sample)
40 = Stability
x3: 1 = Fast
2 = Normal
3 = Accurate
41 = Warning
x3: 3 = Calibration reminder out of time
4 = Temperature reading exceeds
maximum limitation
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5 = Temperature reading below
minimum limitation
10 = pH reading exceeds maximum
limitation
11 = pH reading below minimum
limitation
15 = mV reading exceeds maximum
limitation
16 = mV reading below minimum
limitation
20 = Rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
21 = Rel.mV reading below minimum
limitation
25 = mmol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
26 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
30 = mol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
31 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
35 = ppm reading exceeds maximum
limitation
36 = ppm reading below minimum
limitation
40 = mg/l reading exceeds maximum
limitation
41 = mg/l reading below minimum
limitation
45 = % reading exceeds maximum
limitation
46 = % reading below minimum
limitation
55 = ISFET pH reading exceeds
maximum limitation
56 = ISFET pH reading below
minimum limitation
65 = ISFET mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
66 = ISFET mV reading below
minimum limitation
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70 = ISFET rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
71 = ISFET rel.mV reading below
minimum limitation
75 = Conductivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
76 = Conductivity reading below
minimum limitation
77 = Conductivity exceeds USP limit
78 = Conductivity exceeds EP limit
79 = Conductivity exceeds EP(Ultra
pure water) limit
80 = Temperature out of nLF
correction range
85 = TDS reading exceeds maximum
limitation
86 = TDS reading below minimum
limitation
90 = Salinity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
91 = Salinity reading below minimum
limitation
95 = Resitivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
96 = Resitivity reading below
minimum limitation
137 = pH slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
138 = pH slope reading below
minimum limitation
139 = pH offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
140 = pH offset reading below
minimum limitation
147 = ISFET slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
148 = ISFET slope reading below
minimum limitation
149 = ISFET offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
150 = ISFET offset reading below
minimum limitation
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155 = ION slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
156 = ION slope reading below
minimum limitation
160 = Conductivity cell constant
reading exceeds maximum
limitation
161 = Conductivity cell constant
reading below minimum
limitation
x4: represents measurement unit, the possible unit
are:
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
9 = μS/cm
10 = mS/cm
11 = S/cm
12 = g/l
13 = ppt
14 = psu
15 = Ω.cm
16 = MΩ.cm
17 =°C
18 = /cm
19 = %/°C
20 = ml
21 = mV/px
22 = mV/pH
23 =°F
Examples
Command
Response
MF06
B
MF06
B
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0
MF06
I
MF06
0
1
2
Command cannot be executed currently.
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MF06
A
MF07
0
21
25
Send measurement value immediately and repeat
Command
MF07
x1
Responses
MF07
x0
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x2 Send measurement value immediately
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time for interval output
x2 = 1 --- 2400 seconds
x1 “Text ”
x2
x3
x4
x5 x6
Measurement value of channel x
x0:
D = The value is changing
S = The value is stable
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
“Text” represents sample ID for channel x1
x2: represents measurement value for channel x
x3: represents measurement unit, the possible
unit are:
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
9 = μS/cm
10 = mS/cm
11 = S/cm
12 = g/l
13 = ppt
14 = psu
15 = Ω.cm
16 = MΩ.cm
17 =°C
18 = /cm
19 = %/°C
20 = ml
21 = mV/px
22 = mV/pH
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23 =°F
MF07
MF07
x4: represents temperature value for channel x
x5: represents temperature unit
x6: represents ATC or MTC
0 = ATC
1 = MTC
Wrong parameters.
Command cannot be executed currently.
L
I
Comment
MF07 is overwritten by the command MF06, MF03 and hardware break and hence
cancelled.
Examples
Command
Response
MF07
D
D:
0:
“abcdefg”:
7.02:
1:
25.2:
17:
0:
MF07
0
0
5
Send measurement value of right channel and
repeat with 3 every seconds
“abcdefg” 7.02 1
25.2
17 0
The measurement value is changing
Right channel
Sample ID
Measurement value
Measurement Unit “pH”
Temperature value
Temperature Unit ºC
ATC(auto temperature compensation)
MF08 Reserved
MF09 Reserved
MF10
Command
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MF10
x1
x2
x3
x4 Measurement started
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
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x3: Date stamp
x4: Time for interval output
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user presses key to start
measurement
Examples
Command
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MR01
Set measurement parameters for Rondolino sample changer
Inquiry sample changer
Command
MR01
Responses
MR01
MR01
…
MR01
x
B
B
Inquiry sample changer for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
2 = Dual channel
“Text”
“Text”
A
“Text”
“Text” represents Sample ID for each position
Set sample changer
Command
MR01
…
MR01
Responses
MR01
MR01
MR01
B
x
“Text”
A
x
“Text”
Set measurement parameter for rondolino sample
changer
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
2 = Dual channel
“Text” represents Sample ID for each position
A
I
L
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters.
Comment
Up to 9 positions with sample ID could be defined by user.
Examples
Command
MR01 B
0 “water01”
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Responses
MR02
MR01
MR01
MR01
MR01
MR01
B
B
B
B
A
MR01
A
0
0
0
0
0
“water02”
“water03”
“water04”
“water05”
“water06”
Set right channel measurement parameters for
rondolino sample changer 6 positions with the
sample ID “water01” to “water06”
Command is executed
Start Rondolino measurement
Command
MR02
x
Start rondolino measurement for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
2 = Dual channel
Responses
MR02
MR02
A
I
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
MR02
MR02
1
A
Command is executed
Examples
Command
Responses
MR03
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
CF01
Command
Responses
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Exit Rondolino measurement
MR03
MR03
MR03
A
I
Exit rondolino measurement
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
MR03
MR03
A
Command is executed
Start calibration
CF01
CF01 A
Start calibration
Command is executed
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Examples
Command
Responses
CF02
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
CF03
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
CF01
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
CF01
CF01
A
Command is executed
Cancel calibration
CF02
CF02
CF02
A
I
Cancel calibration
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
CF02
CF02
A
Command is executed
End calibration
CF03
CF03
CF03
A
I
End calibration
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
CF03
CF03
A
Command is executed
CF04
Reserved
CF05
Save calibration result
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
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CF05
CF05
A
I
Save calibration result
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
CF05
CF05
A
Command is executed
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CF06
Command
Calibration started
CF06
x1
x2
x3
Calibration started
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user press key to start
calibration
Examples
Command
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CF07
Command
Calibration stopped
CF07
x1
x2
x3
Calibration stopped
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user press key to stop
calibration
Examples
Command
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CF08
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
CF09
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Stop calibration
CF08
CF08
CF08
A
I
Stop calibration
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
CF08
CF08
A
Command is executed
Calibration result saved
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Command
CF09
x1
x2
x3
Calibration result has been saved
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user press soft key to save
calibration result
Examples
Command
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CF10
Inquiry calibration data
Command
CF10
x1
x2
Responses
CF10
…
CF10
B
x1
x2
A
x1
x2 x3 x4
Send out calibration result
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: represents measurement item, the possible
item are:
1 = Date
2 = Time
3 = Sensor ID
4 = Sensor SN
5 = Last Cal
6 = Inst.ID
7 = Inst.SN
8 = Exp.-U.ID
9 = Exp.-U.SN
10 = User
11 = Method
12 = Endpoint
1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
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x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = Current saved calibration data
1 = Current new calibration data
x3
x4
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3 = Timed endpoint
13 = ATC/MTC
0 = ATC
1 = MTC
14 = T-Int.
0 = Off
15 = Automation
0 = Off
16 = Offs.det
0 = Reference Sample
1 = Manual
17 = Offs.Value
18 = Sample ID
19 = Result
20 = mV
21 = Temperature
22 = Ref.Temp
23 = Temp.Comp
0 = Off
1 = Non -Linear
24 = TDS-Factor
25 = Sal.Type
0 = Practical
1 = Natural
26 = Cal.Mode
0 = Linear
1 = Segmented
27 = Buffer
28 = Slope
29 = Slope[%]
30 = Offset
31 = Standard
0 = 10 μS
1 = 84 μS
2 = 500 μS
3 = 1413 μS
4 = 1288 mS
5 = Sat. NaCl
6 = Enter CellC
32 = CellC
33 = Ion
0 = Blank
1 = Ag+
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2 = BF 43 = Br4 = Ca2+
5 = Cd2+
6 = Cl7 = CN8 = CO2
9 = Cu2+
10 = F11 = H+
12 = I13 = K+
14 = Na+
15 = NH3
16 = NH4+
17 = NO218 = NO319 = NOx
20 = Pb2+
21 = S222 = SCN23 = Ion+
24 = Ion2+
25 = Ion26 = Ion234 = Unit
4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
35 = Std.Temp
36 = Inc.Tech.
1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
37 = C(stand)
38 = V(stand)
39 = V(sample)
x3: Item result
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x4: represents measurement unit, the possible unit
are:
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
9 = μS/cm
10 = mS/cm
11 = S/cm
12 = g/l
13 = ppt
14 = psu
15 = Ω.cm
16 = MΩ.cm
17 =°C
18 = /cm
19 = %/°C
20 = ml
21 = mV/pX
22 = mV/pH
23 =°F
CF10
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Comment
Up to 5 point of calibration is possible, which means the length of response is variant.
CF11
Command
Calibration ended
CF11
x1
x2
x3
Calibration stopped
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: time stamp
x3: date stamp
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user press soft key to end
calibration
Examples
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Command
CR01
CF11
0
CR01
x1
Responses
CR01
CR01
CR01
A
I
L
Examples
Command
CR01
0
Responses
CR01
A
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
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Command
CR02
16:13
x2
Start calibration with rondolino for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: number of calibration points
x2 = 1-9
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
Wrong parameters
3
3 point of calibration for right channel using
rondolino
Command is executed
Exit Rondolino calibration
CR02
CR02
CR02
A
I
Exit rondolino calibration
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
CR02
CR02
A
Exit rondolino calibration
Command is executed
2.5 Set pH Parameters Commands
These command only available with single channel and pH mode.
PM01
Inquiry/Set pH buffer
Inquiry pH buffer
Command
PM01
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Inquiry buffer group setting for channel x
x:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
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Responses
PM01
A
x
x represents current using buffer group and auto
buffer reorganization is on
x: 0 = User defined buffer group
1 = 1.68, 4.01, 7.00, 10.01 (25℃)
2 = 2.00, 4.01, 7.00, 9.21, 11.00 (25℃)
3 = 2.00, 4.00, 7.00, 9.00, 12.00 (20℃)
4 = 1.680, 4.008, 6.865, 9.184, 12454 (25℃)
5 = 1.09, 4.65, 6.796, 9.23, 12.75 (25℃)
6 = 1.680, 4.003, 6.864, 9.182, 12.460 (25℃)
7 = 2.00, 4.01, 7.00, 10.00 (25℃)
or
Set pH buffer
Command
or
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PM01
….
PM01
PM01
PM01
PM01
….
PM01
B
B
x
x
x1
xn
A
x
xn
x is identifier
x: 0 = buffer group
1 = buffer value in the group
x1 represents current using buffer group and auto
buffer reorganization is off
xn represents each point in the buffer group for
sequential calibration.
x1
x2 Set buffer group for channel x1
x2 represents set current using buffer group and
auto buffer reorganization is on
x2: 0 = User defined buffer group
1 = 1.68, 4.00, 7.00, 10.01 (25℃)
2 = 2.00, 4.01, 7.00, 9.21, 11.00 (25℃)
3 = 2.00, 4.00, 7.00, 9.00, 12.00 (20℃)
4 = 1.09, 4.65, 6.79, 9.23, 12.75, (25℃)
5 = 1.680, 4.003, 6.846, 9.182, 12.460 (25℃)
6 = 1.680, 4.003, 6.846, 9.182, 12.460 (25℃)
7 = 2.00, 4.01, 7.00, 10.00 (25℃)
B
B
x1
x1
x2
x2
x3
x3
A
x1
x2
x3
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x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents set current using buffer group and
auto buffer reorganization is off
x2: 0 = User defined buffer group
1 = 1.68, 4.00, 7.00, 10.01 (25℃)
2 = 2.00, 4.01, 7.00, 9.21, 11.00 (25℃)
3 = 2.00, 4.00, 7.00, 9.00, 12.00 (20℃)
4 = 1.09, 4.65, 6.79, 9.23, 12.75, (25℃)
5 = 1.680, 4.003, 6.846, 9.182, 12.460 (25℃)
6 = 1.680, 4.003, 6.846, 9.182, 12.460 (25℃)
7 = 2.00, 4.01, 7.00, 10.00 (25℃)
x3 represents current serial of buffers for calibration
0 = 1st buffer in the buffer group
1 = 2nd buffer in the buffer group
2 = 3rd buffer in the buffer group
3 = 4th buffer in the buffer group
4 = 5th buffer in the buffer group
Responses
Examples
Command
PM01
PM01
PM01
A
L
I
PM01
B
0
2
4
PM01
PM01
PM01
PM01
B
B
B
A
0
0
0
0
2
2
2
2
0
1
2
3
Responses
PM01
A
Example for one point set
Command
PM01
B
PM01 A
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Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
Set to right channel buffer group 2.00,
4.01, 7.00, 9.21, 11.00 (25℃) , and
auto buffer reorganization is
off,1st calibration point is 11.00pH
2nd calibration point is 2.00pH
3rd calibration point is 4.01pH
4th calibration point is 7.00pH
5th calibration point is 9.21pH
Command is executed
0
2 4
Set to right channel buffer group 2.00, 4.01, 7.00,
9.21, 11.00 (25℃) , and auto buffer
reorganization is off,1st calibration point is 11.00pH
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Responses
PM02
PM01
A
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set pH customized buffer group table
Inquiry pH customized buffer group table
Command
PM02
x Inquiry pH customized buffer group table of channel x
Responses
PM02
B x t1…xn
PM02
B x x1…xn
….
PM02
A x x1…xn
x is identifier
x: 0 = temperature value
1 = pH buffer value
t1 represents first temperature values
tn represents n temperature values
x1 represents pH values for first buffer under each
predefined temperature
xn represents pH values for n buffer under each
predefined temperature
(* represents null value for the certain point)
Set pH buffer
Command
PM02
B x
xi
t1…tn
PM02
B x
xi
x1…xn
….
PM02
A x
xi
x1…xn
x: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
xi is identifier
xi: 0 = temperature value
1 = pH buffer value
t1 represents first temperature values
tn represents n temperature values
x1 represents pH values for first buffer under each
predefined temperature
xn represents pH values for n buffer under each
predefined temperature
(Using * to represent null value for the certain point)
Responses
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PM02
PM02
A
L
I
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
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Comment
Up to 5 temperatures could be defined. The number of pH values for each buffer under
different temperature cannot more than the number of temperature predefined.
Examples
Command
PM02
B 1 0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0
Define temperature for customized buffer group
PM02
B 1
1 5.00 * 5.00 5.01 5.01
User buffer 1
PM02
B 1
1 8.00 8.00 *
8.01 8.02
User buffer 2
PM02
A 1
1
10.00 10.01 10.00
User buffer 3
Responses
PM02
A
Command is executed
PM03
Start pH electrode test
Start pH electrode test
Command
PM03
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
PM04
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
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PM03
PM03
A
I
PM03
PM03
0
A
x2
Start pH electrode test immediately
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents operation type
x2: 1 = Start test
2 = Continue test
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed current
1
Start right channel pH electrode test immediately
Exit Electrode Test Data
PM04
PM04
PM04
A
I
PM04
PM04
A
Exit electrode test
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
Exit the test
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PM05
Command
Electrode Test Started
PM05
x1 x2
x3 Electrode Test Started
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when test start.
Examples
Command
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PM06
Command
Electrode Test Stopped
PM06
x1 x2
x3
x4 Electrode Test stopped
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
x4: Endpoint format
1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user presses key to stop the
test or test reaches to endpoint and stop itself automatically.
Examples
Command
PM07
Command
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Electrode Test End
PM07
x1 x2
x3
x4 Electrode Test end
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
x4: Endpoint format
1 = Auto endpoint
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2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when all the test point finished.
Examples
Command
PM08
Command
Responses
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Send Electrode Test Data
PM08
PM08
x
x1
Send incremental measurement data of x channel
x2
x1 represents the identifier for each item
x2 represents the value or text for each item
x1: 1 = Sensor ID
2 = Slope
3 = Offset
4 = Drift
5 = Response Time
6 = Test result
x2: 0 = Critical
1 = OK
7 = Buffer
8 = mV
9 = Temperature
PM08
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
2.6 Set Rel.mV Parameters Commands
These command only available with single channel and Rel.mV mode.
RM01
Inquiry/Set offset of Rel.mV
Inquiry offset of Rel.mV
Command
RM01 x
Responses
RM01 A
RM01
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Inquiry offset of Rel.mV for channel x
x
x represents value of Rel.mV
Command cannot be executed currently.
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Set pH offset of Rel.mV
Command
RM01 x1
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
RM02
RM01
RM01
A
I
RM01
RM01
1
A
x2
Set offset of Rel.mV
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents value of Rel.mV
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
3.6
Set 3.6mV to Rel.mV for channel left
Command is executed
Measure the value of Rel.mV
Command
RM02
x
Measuring the value of Rel.mV for channel x
x: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
Responses
RM02
A
x
Examples
Command
Responses
RM02
RM02
1
A
Measuring left channel the value of Rel.mV
3.6 Rel.mV value is 3.6mV
x represents value of Rel.mV
Comment
Responses only appear after the end of Rel.mV measurement
RM03
Command
Responses
Exit the Rel.mV value measurement
RM03
RM03
RM03
A
I
Exit the Rel.mV value measurement
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
2.7 Set ION Parameters Commands
These command only available with single channel and ION mode
IM01
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Inquiry/set ION Electrode type
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Inquiry ION electrode type
Command
IM01
x
Responses
IM01
A
IM01
Examples
Command
Responses
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x represents ION electrode type
x:
0 = Blank
1 = Ag+
2 = BF43 = Br4 = Ca2+
5 = Cd2+
6 = Cl7 = CN8 = CO2
9 = Cu2+
10 = F11 = H+
12 = I13 = K+
14 = Na+
15 = NH3
16 = NH4+
17 = NO218 = NO319 = NOx
20 = Pb2+
21 = S222 = SCN23 = Ion+
24 = Ion2+
25 = Ion26 = Ion2Command cannot be executed currently.
I
Set ION electrode type
Command
IM01 x1
Responses
Inquiry ION electrode type for channel x
x2
IM01
IM01
A
I
Set ION electrode type
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents ION electrode type
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
IM01
IM01
2
A
Set ION electrode type
Command is executed
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IM02
Inquiry/set ION calibration standard
Inquiry ION calibration standard
Command
IM02
x1 x2 Inquiry ION calibration standard for channel x1
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents ION concentration units
x2: 1 = mmol/l
2 = mol/l
3 = ppm
4 = mg/l
5=%
Responses
IM02
B x x1
IM02
B x x2
IM02
B x x3
…
IM02
A x x3
x represents identifier for each item
x:
1 = concentration units
2 = concentration temperature
3 = concentration volume
x1 represents ION concentration units
x1: 1 = mmol/l
2 = mol/l
3 = ppm
4 = mg/l
5=%
x2 represents concentration temperature
x3 represents concentration volume
IM02
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Set ION calibration standard
Command
IM02
B x1 x2 x3
IM02
B x1 x2 x4
IM02
B x1 x2 x5
…
IM02
A x1 x2 x5
x1:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents identifier for each item
x2: 1 = concentration units
2 = concentration temperature
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Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
IM03
3 = concentration volume
x3 represents ION concentration units
x3: 1 = mmol/l
2 = mol/l
3 = ppm
4 = mg/l
5=%
x4 represents concentration temperature
x5 represents concentration volume
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
IM02
IM02
A
I
IM02
B
0
1
IM02
IM02
IM02
IM02
B
B
B
A
0
0
0
0
2
3
3
3
IM02
A
2
Set right channel ION concentration unit to mol/l
25
Set concentration temperature to 25°C
1.00E+00
1.00E+01
1.00E+02
Command is executed
Inquiry/set ION incremental measurement parameters
Inquiry ION incremental measurement parameters
Command
IM03
x1 x2 Inquiry ION incremental measurement parameters
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents ION incremental measurement type
x2: 1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
Responses
IM03
B x1
x2
…
Responses
IM03
A x1
x2
x1 identifier for item
x1: 1 = Standard concentration
2 = Standard volume
3 = Sample volume
x2 represents value
IM03
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
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Set ION incremental measurement units
Command
IM03
B
x1
x2
IM03
B
x1
x3
…
IM03
A
x1
x3
x1:
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
IM04
Command
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IM03
A
I
IM03
IM03
IM03
IM03
IM03
A
A
A
A
B
IM03
A
x4
x4
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents ION incremental measurement type
x2: 1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
x3 identifier for item
x3: 1 = Standard concentration
2 = Standard volume
3 = Sample volume
x4 represents value
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
0
0
0
0
0
3 Set right channel SA incremental measurement
1 1.00E-02
2 100
3 1
3 1
Command is executed
Select an incremental measurement type to run
IM04
x1
x2
x3
Start or continue measuring with an incremental
measurement type
x1:
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents ION incremental measurement type
x2: 1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
x3 represents operation type
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Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
IM05
Command
Responses
IM06
Command
IM04
IM04
A
I
IM04
IM04
0
A
1 = Start
2 = Continue
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
2
1
Start KS incremental measurement
Command is executed
Exit incremental measurement
IM05
IM05
IM05
A
I
Exit incremental measurement
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
Incremental measurement started
IM06
x1 x2
x3
Incremental measurement started
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when measurement starts.
Examples
Command
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IM07
Command
Incremental measurement stopped
IM07
x1 x2
x3
x4 Incremental measurement stopped
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
x4: Endpoint format
1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
Comment
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SevenMulti Command Set
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user presses key to stop the
measurement or measurement reaches to endpoint and stop itself automatically.
Examples
Command
IM08
Command
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Incremental measurement ended
IM08
x1 x2
x3
x4 Electrode Test stopped
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
x4: Endpoint format
1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when all the measurement point
finished.
Examples
Command
IM09
Command
Response
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Send Incremental measurement data
IM09
D03
D03
…
D03
x
B
B
x1
x1
A
x1
Send incremental measurement data of x channel
x2 x3
x2 x3
x2 x3
x1 represents channel
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents the identifier for each item
x3 represents the value or text for each item
x2
1 = Date
2 = Time
3 = Sensor ID
4 = Sensor SN
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5 = Last Cal
6 = Inst.ID
7 = Inst.SN
8 = Exp.-U.ID
9 = Exp.-U.SN
10 = User
11 = Method
12 = Endpoint
x3: 1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
13 = ATC/MTC
x3: 0 = ATC
1 = MTC
14 = T-Int.
x3: 0 = Off
15 = Automation
0 = Off
16 = Offs.det
x3: 0 = Reference Sample
1 = Manual
17 = Offs.Value
18 = Sample ID
19 = Result
20 = mV
21 = Temperature
22 = Ref.Temp
23 = Temp.Comp
x3: 0 = Off
1 = Non -Linear
24 = TDS-Factor
25 = Sal.Type
x3: 0 = Practical
1 = Natural
26 = Cal.Mode
x3: 0 = Linear
1 = Segmented
27 = Buffer
28 = Slope
29 = Slope[%]
30 = Offset
31 = Standard
x3: 0 = 10 μS
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1 = 84 μS
2 = 500 μS
3 = 1413 μS
4 = 1288 mS
5 = Sat. NaCl
6 = Enter CellC
32 = CellC
33 = Ion
x3: 0 = Blank
1 = Ag+
2 = BF 43 = Br4 = Ca2+
5 = Cd2+
6 = Cl7 = CN8 = CO2
9 = Cu2+
10 = F11 = H+
12 = I13 = K+
14 = Na+
15 = NH3
16 = NH4+
17 = NO218 = NO319 = NOx
20 = Pb2+
21 = S222 = SCN23 = Ion+
24 = Ion2+
25 = Ion26 = Ion234 = Unit
x3: 4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
35 = Std.Temp
36 = Inc.Tech.
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x3: 1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
37 = C(stand)
38 = V(stand)
39 = V(sample)
40 = Stability
x3: 1 = Fast
2 = Normal
3 = Accurate
41 = Warning
x3: 3 = Calibration reminder out of time
4 = Temperature reading exceeds
maximum limitation
5 = Temperature reading below
minimum limitation
10 = pH reading exceeds maximum
limitation
11 = pH reading below minimum
limitation
15 = mV reading exceeds maximum
limitation
16 = mV reading below minimum
limitation
20 = Rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
21 = Rel.mV reading below minimum
limitation
25 = mmol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
26 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
30 = mol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
31 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
35 = ppm reading exceeds maximum
limitation
36 = ppm reading below minimum
limitation
40 = mg/l reading exceeds maximum
limitation
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41 = mg/l reading below minimum
limitation
45 = % reading exceeds maximum
limitation
46 = % reading below minimum
limitation
55 = ISFET pH reading exceeds
maximum limitation
56 = ISFET pH reading below
minimum limitation
65 = ISFET mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
66 = ISFET mV reading below
minimum limitation
70 = ISFET rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
71 = ISFET rel.mV reading below
minimum limitation
75 = Conductivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
76 = Conductivity reading below
minimum limitation
77 = Conductivity exceeds USP limit
78 = Conductivity exceeds EP limit
79 = Conductivity exceeds EP(Ultra
pure water) limit
80 = Temperature out of nLF
correction range
85 = TDS reading exceeds maximum
limitation
86 = TDS reading below minimum
limitation
90 = Salinity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
91 = Salinity reading below minimum
limitation
95 = Resitivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
96 = Resitivity reading below
minimum limitation
137 = pH slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
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138 = pH slope reading below
minimum limitation
139 = pH offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
140 = pH offset reading below
minimum limitation
147 = ISFET slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
148 = ISFET slope reading below
minimum limitation
149 = ISFET offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
150 = ISFET offset reading below
minimum limitation
155 = ION slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
156 = ION slope reading below
minimum limitation
160 = Conductivity cell constant
reading exceeds maximum
limitation
161 = Conductivity cell constant
reading below minimum
limitation
IM09
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
2.8 Set Conductivity Parameters Commands
These command only available with single channel and conductivity mode
CM01
Inquiry/Set conductivity/TDS/resistivity reference temperature
Inquiry conductivity reference temperature
Command
CM01
x
Inquiry conductivity reference temperature of
channel x
Responses
CM01
A x
x represents reference temperature
x:
0 = 25°C
1 = 20°C
CM01
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
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Set conductivity reference temperature
Command
CM01 x1 x2 Set conductivity reference temperature
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = 25°C
1 = 20°C
Responses
CM01 A
Command is executed
CM01
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Examples
Command
CM01
0
Responses
CM01
A
CM02
1
Set conductivity reference temperature to 20°C of
channel right
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set conductivity/TDS temperature correction method
Inquiry conductivity temperature correction method
Command
CM02
x
Inquiry conductivity temperature correction method
of channel x
Responses
CM02
A x
x represents temperature correction method
x:
0 = Linear
1 = non-linear
2 = Off
3 = USP
4 = EU highly purified water
5 = EU purified water
CM02
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Set conductivity temperature correction method
Command
CM02
x1 x2 Set conductivity temperature correction method
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = Linear
1 = non-linear
2 = Off
3 = USP
4 = EU highly purified water
5 = EU purified water
Responses
CM02 A
Command is executed
CM02
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Examples
Command
CM02 3
Set conductivity temperature correction to USP
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Responses
CM03
CM02
A
Command is executed
Inquiry/set conductivity/TDS/resistivity alpha coefficient
Inquiry conductivity alpha coefficient
Command
CM03
x
Inquiry conductivity alpha coefficient of channel x
Responses
CM03 A x
x represents conductivity alpha coefficient
CM03
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Set conductivity alpha coefficient
Command
CM03
x1 x2
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
CM04
CM03
CM03
A
I
CM03
CM03
0
A
4.5 Set conductivity alpha coefficient 4.5 of right channel
Command is executed
Inquiry/set conductivity USP factor
Inquiry conductivity USP factor
Command
CM04
x
Responses
CM04
A x
CM04
I
Set conductivity USP factor
Command
CM04 x1
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
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Set conductivity alpha coefficient
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents conductivity alpha coefficient
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
CM04
CM04
A
I
CM04
CM04
0
A
Inquiry conductivity alpha coefficient of channel x
x represents conductivity USP factor
Command cannot be executed currently.
x2 Set conductivity USP factor
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents conductivity USP factor
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
80
Set conductivity USP factor to 80% for right channel
Command is executed
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CM05
Inquiry/Set conductivity measurement value format
Inquiry conductivity display format
Command
CM05
x
Inquiry conductivity measurement value format of
channel x
Responses
CM05
A x
x represents conductivity display format
x:
0 = auto unit
1 = Scientific unit
CM05
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Set conductivity measurement value format
Command
CM05
x1 x2 Set conductivity measurement value format
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = auto unit
1 = Scientific unit
Responses
CM05 A
Command is executed
CM05
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Examples
Command
CM05
0
Responses
CM05
A
CM06
x
A
I
Set TDS factor
Command
CM06
x1
Examples
Command
Responses
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Set conductivity measurement value format for
channel right
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set TDS factor
Inquiry TDS factor
Command
CM06
Responses
CM06
CM06
Responses
2
CM06
CM06
A
I
CM06
CM06
0
A
x
Inquiry TDS factor of channel x
x represents TDS factor
Command cannot be executed currently.
x2 Set TDS factor
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents TDS factor
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
2.56 Set TDS factor to 2.56 for channel right
Command is executed
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CM07
Inquiry/set salinity type
Inquiry salinity type
Command
CM07
Responses
CM07
x
A
CM07
I
Set salinity type
Command
CM07
x1
Responses
CM07
CM07
A
I
Examples
Command
CM07
0
Responses
CM07
A
CM08
x
Inquiry salinity type for channel x
x represents salinity type
x:
0 = Practical Salinity Scale 1978
1 = Natural Sea Water Scale 1966
Command cannot be executed currently.
x2
Set salinity type
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: 0 = Practical Salinity Scale 1978
1 = Natural Sea Water Scale 1966
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
1
Set salinity to practical salinity scale 1978 for
channel left
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set conductivity customized standard table
Inquiry conductivity customized standard table
Command
CM08
x Inquiry conductivity customized standard table
of channel x
Responses
CM08
B x t1…xn
CM08
A x x1…xn
x is identifier
x: 0 = temperature value
1 = conductivity standard value
t1 represents first temperature values
tn represents n temperature values
x1 represents conductivity standard value s for first
buffer under each predefined temperature
xn represents conductivity standard value s for n
buffer under each predefined temperature
(* represents null value for the certain point)
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Set conductivity standard value
Command
CM08
B x
CM08 A x
Responses
CM08
CM08
CM08
A
L
I
xi
xi
x:
t1…tn
x1…xn
0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
xi is identifier
xi: 0 = temperature value
1 = conductivity standard value
t1 represents first temperature values
tn represents n temperature values
x1 represents conductivity standard value s for first
buffer under each predefined temperature
xn represents conductivity standard value s for n
buffer under each predefined temperature
(Using * to represent null value for the certain point)
Command is executed
Wrong parameters
Command cannot be executed currently.
Comment
Up to 5 temperatures could be defined. The number of values for each standard under
different temperature cannot more than the number of temperature predefined.
Examples
Command
Responses
CM09
Command
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B 1 0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0
Define temperature for customized standard
CM08
A 1
1 5.00 * 5.00 5.01 5.01
User standard
CM08
A
Command is executed
Start alpha coefficient determine
CM09
x1
x2
Start alpha coefficient determine immediately
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents operation type
x2: 1 = Start test
2 = Continue test
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Responses
CM09
CM09
A
I
Examples
Command
CM09
0
Responses
CM09
A
CM10
Command
Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
CM11
Command
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currentl
1
Start right channel alpha coefficient determine
immediately
Exit alpha coefficient determine
CM10
CM10
CM10
CM10
CM10
A
I
Exit alpha coefficient determine
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
Exit test
A
Alpha coefficient determine started
CM11
x1 x2
x3 Alpha coefficient determine stopped
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when determine starts.
Examples
Command
CM12
Command
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0 15:56
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CM12
x1 x2
x3
x4 Alpha coefficient determine stopped
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
x4: Endpoint format
1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
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3 = Timed endpoint
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when user presses key to stop the
measurement or measurement reaches to endpoint and stop itself automatically.
Examples
Command
CM13
Command
CM12
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1
Alpha coefficient determine End
CM13
x1 x2
x3
x4
Alpha coefficient determine end
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: Time stamp
x3: Date stamp
x4: Endpoint format
1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
Comment
This command will be sent out as a spontaneous even when all the determine point
finished.
Examples
Command
CM14
CM13
0 15:56
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1
Inquiry/Set conductivity EP( highly purified water) factor
Inquiry conductivity EP( highly purified water) factor
Command
CM14
x
Inquiry conductivity EP( highly purified water) factor
of channel x
Responses
CM14
A x
x represents conductivity EP factor
CM14
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Set conductivity EP( highly purified water) factor
Command
CM14 x1 x2 Set conductivity EP( highly purified water) factor
x1: 0 = Right channel
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Responses
Examples
Command
Responses
CM15
CM14
CM14
A
I
CM14
CM14
0
A
1 = Left channel
x2 represents conductivity EP factor
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
80
Set conductivity EP factor to 80% for right channel
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set conductivity EP (purified water) factor
Inquiry conductivity EP( purified water) factor
Command
CM15
x
Inquiry conductivity EP( purified water) factor of
channel x
Responses
CM15
A x
x represents conductivity EP factor
CM15
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Set conductivity EP( purified water) factor
Command
CM15 x1 x2 Set conductivity EP(purified water) factor
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents conductivity EP factor
Responses
CM15
A
Command is executed
CM15
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
Examples
Command
Responses
CM16
CM15
CM15
0
A
80
Set conductivity EP factor to 80% for right channel
Command is executed
Inquiry/Set conductivity/TDS/salinity/resistivity calibration standard
Inquiry conductivity/TDS/salinity/resistivity calibration standard
Command
CM16
x
Inquiry calibration standard type of channel x
Responses
CM16
A x
x represents calibration standard type
x:
0 = Standard group
1 = Saturated NaCl
2 = Enter Cell Constant during Calibration
3 = Enter Your Special Standard
CM16
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
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Set conductivity/TDS/salinity/resistivity calibration standard
Command
CM16 x1 x2 x3 Set calibration standard type
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2 represents calibration standard type
x2: 0 = Standard group and auto standard
recognition on
x3: Nominal Cell Constant
1 = Saturated NaCl
2 = Enter Cell Constant during Calibration
3 = Enter Your Special Standard
Responses
CM16
CM16
A
I
Examples
Command
CM16
0
Responses
CM16
A
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
1
Set right channel calibration standard type to
Saturated NaCl
Command is executed
Set conductivity/TDS/salinity/resistivity custom calibration standard when auto
standard recognition off
Command
CM16 B x1 0 x2 Set custom calibration standard
CM16 B x1 0 x2
...
CM16 A x1 0 x2
x1: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x2: represents the serial of standard group
x2: 0 = 1st buffer in the buffer group
1 = 2nd buffer in the buffer group
2 = 3rd buffer in the buffer group
3 = 4th buffer in the buffer group
4 = 5th buffer in the buffer group
Examples
Command
Responses
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B
1
0
1
CM16
CM16
B
A
1
1
0
0
0
3
CM16
A
Set left channel custom standard first
position’s standard is 84μS/cm
Second position’s standard is 10μS/cm
Third position’s standard is 1413μS/cm
Command is executed
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2.9 Data access commands
These commands only available with measurement or calibration are stopped.
D01
Access measurement data
Command
D01
x1
Response
D01
D01
…
D01
B
B
x1
x1
x2
x2
A
x1
x2 x3 x4 x5
x1 represents amount of total coincident records
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“Text”
Access measurement data
x1 represents the search criteria
x1: S = Stop read data
0 = by “All”
1 = by “Date” with yyyy-mm-dd format
2 = by “User ID”
3 = by “Single Sample ID”
4 = by “From Sample ID” and “To Sample ID”
5 = by “Sensor ID”
x2: Unit Type
1 = pH
2 = ION
3 = ISFET
4 = Conductivity
6 = by “Method ID”
x2: Measurement Mode
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = ION
5 = ISFET pH
6 = ISFET mV
7 = ISFET Rel.mV
8 = Conductivity
9 = TDS
10 = Salinity
11 = Resitivity
“Text” represents condition for search
x3
x3
x4
x4
x5
x5
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x2 represents number of current reading record
x3 represents channel
x3: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x4 represents the identifier for each item
x5 represents the value or text for each item
x4
1 = Date
2 = Time
3 = Sensor ID
4 = Sensor SN
5 = Last Cal
6 = Inst.ID
7 = Inst.SN
8 = Exp.-U.ID
9 = Exp.-U.SN
10 = User
11 = Method
12 = Endpoint
x5: 1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
13 = ATC/MTC
x5: 0 = ATC
1 = MTC
14 = T-Int.
x5: 0 = Off
15 = Automation
x5: 0 = Off
16 = Offs.det
x5: 0 = Reference Sample
1 = Manual
17 = Offs.Value
18 = Sample ID
19 = Result
20 = mV
21 = Temperature
22 = Ref.Temp
23 = Temp.Comp
x5: 0 = Off
1 = Non -Linear
24 = TDS-Factor
25 = Sal.Type
x5: 0 = Practical
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1 = Natural
26 = Cal.Mode
x5: 0 = Linear
1 = Segmented
27 = Buffer
28 = Slope
29 = Slope[%]
30 = Offset
31 = Standard
x5: 0 = 10 μS
1 = 84 μS
2 = 500 μS
3 = 1413 μS
4 = 1288 mS
5 = Sat. NaCl
6 = Enter CellC
32 = CellC
33 = Ion
x5: 0 = Blank
1 = Ag+
2 = BF43 = Br4 = Ca2+
5 = Cd2+
6 = Cl7 = CN8 = CO2
9 = Cu2+
10 = F11 = H+
12 = I13 = K+
14 = Na+
15 = NH3
16 = NH4+
17 = NO218 = NO319 = NOx
20 = Pb2+
21 = S222 = SCN23 = Ion+
24 = Ion2+
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25 = Ion26 = Ion234 = Unit
x5: 4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
35 = Std.Temp
36 = Inc.Tech.
x5: 1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
37 = C(stand)
38 = V(stand)
39 = V(sample)
40 = Stability
x5: 1 = Fast
2 = Normal
3 = Accurate
41 = Warning
x5: 3 = Calibration reminder out of time
4 = Temperature reading exceeds
maximum limitation
5 = Temperature reading below
minimum limitation
10 = pH reading exceeds maximum
limitation
11 = pH reading below minimum
limitation
15 = mV reading exceeds maximum
limitation
16 = mV reading below minimum
limitation
20 = Rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
21 = Rel.mV reading below minimum
limitation
25 = mmol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
26 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
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SevenMulti Command Set
30 = mol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
31 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
35 = ppm reading exceeds maximum
limitation
36 = ppm reading below minimum
limitation
40 = mg/l reading exceeds maximum
limitation
41 = mg/l reading below minimum
limitation
45 = % reading exceeds maximum
limitation
46 = % reading below minimum
limitation
55 = ISFET pH reading exceeds
maximum limitation
56 = ISFET pH reading below
minimum limitation
65 = ISFET mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
66 = ISFET mV reading below
minimum limitation
70 = ISFET rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
71 = ISFET rel.mV reading below
minimum limitation
75 = Conductivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
76 = Conductivity reading below
minimum limitation
77 = Conductivity exceeds USP limit
78 = Conductivity exceeds EP limit
79 = Conductivity exceeds EP(Ultra
pure water) limit
80 = Temperature out of nLF
correction range
85 = TDS reading exceeds maximum
limitation
86 = TDS reading below minimum
limitation
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SevenMulti Command Set
90 = Salinity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
91 = Salinity reading below minimum
limitation
95 = Resitivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
96 = Resitivity reading below
minimum limitation
137 = pH slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
138 = pH slope reading below
minimum limitation
139 = pH offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
140 = pH offset reading below
minimum limitation
147 = ISFET slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
148 = ISFET slope reading below
minimum limitation
149 = ISFET offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
150 = ISFET offset reading below
minimum limitation
155 = ION slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
156 = ION slope reading below
minimum limitation
160 = Conductivity cell constant
reading exceeds maximum
limitation
161 = Conductivity cell constant
reading below minimum
limitation
D01
D02
I
Command can not be executed currently.
Read calibration data
Command
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D02
x
“Text”
Access calibration data
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x represents filter by electrode type
x
1 = by pH electrode sensor ID
2 = by ION electrode sensor ID
3 = by ISFET electrode sensor ID
4 = by conductivity electrode sensor ID
S = Stop read data
“Text” represents sensor ID
Response
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D02
D02
…
D02
B
B
x1
x1
x2
x2
x3
x3
x4
x4
x5
x5
A
x1
x2 x3 x4 x5
x1 represents amount of total coincident records
x2 represents number of current reading record
x3 represents electrode type
x3
1 = pH
2 = ION
3 = ISFET
4 = Conductivity
x4 represents the identifier for each item
x5 represents the value or text for each item
x4
1 = Date
2 = Time
3 = Sensor ID
4 = Sensor SN
5 = Last Cal
6 = Inst.ID
7 = Inst.SN
8 = Exp.-U.ID
9 = Exp.-U.SN
10 = User
11 = Method
12 = Endpoint
x5: 1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
3 = Timed endpoint
13 = ATC/MTC
x5: 0 = ATC
1 = MTC
14 = T-Int.
x5: 0 = Off
15 = Automation
x5: 0 = Off
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16 = Offs.det
x5: 0 = Reference Sample
1 = Manual
17 = Offs.Value
18 = Sample ID
19 = Result
20 = mV
21 = Temperature
22 = Ref.Temp
23 = Temp.Comp
x5: 0 = Off
1 = Non -Linear
24 = TDS-Factor
25 = Sal.Type
x5: 0 = Practical
1 = Natural
26 = Cal.Mode
x5: 0 = Linear
1 = Segmented
27 = Buffer
28 = Slope
29 = Slope[%]
30 = Offset
31 = Standard
x5: 0 = 10 μS
1 = 84 μS
2 = 500 μS
3 = 1413 μS
4 = 1288 mS
5 = Sat. NaCl
6 = Enter CellC
32 = CellC
33 = Ion
x5: 0 = Blank
1 = Ag+
2 = BF43 = Br4 = Ca2+
5 = Cd2+
6 = Cl7 = CN8 = CO2
9 = Cu2+
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SevenMulti Command Set
10 = F11 = H+
12 = I13 = K+
14 = Na+
15 = NH3
16 = NH4+
17 = NO218 = NO319 = NOx
20 = Pb2+
21 = S222 = SCN23 = Ion+
24 = Ion2+
25 = Ion26 = Ion234 = Unit
x5: 4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
35 = Std.Temp
36 = Inc.Tech.
x5: 1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
37 = C(stand)
38 = V(stand)
39 = V(sample)
40 = Stability
x5: 1 = Fast
2 = Normal
3 = Accurate
41 = Warning
x5: 3 = Calibration reminder out of time
4 = Temperature reading exceeds
maximum limitation
5 = Temperature reading below
minimum limitation
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SevenMulti Command Set
10 = pH reading exceeds maximum
limitation
11 = pH reading below minimum
limitation
15 = mV reading exceeds maximum
limitation
16 = mV reading below minimum
limitation
20 = Rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
21 = Rel.mV reading below minimum
limitation
25 = mmol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
26 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
30 = mol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
31 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
35 = ppm reading exceeds maximum
limitation
36 = ppm reading below minimum
limitation
40 = mg/l reading exceeds maximum
limitation
41 = mg/l reading below minimum
limitation
45 = % reading exceeds maximum
limitation
46 = % reading below minimum
limitation
55 = ISFET pH reading exceeds
maximum limitation
56 = ISFET pH reading below
minimum limitation
65 = ISFET mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
66 = ISFET mV reading below
minimum limitation
70 = ISFET rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
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SevenMulti Command Set
71 = ISFET rel.mV reading below
minimum limitation
75 = Conductivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
76 = Conductivity reading below
minimum limitation
77 = Conductivity exceeds USP limit
78 = Conductivity exceeds EP limit
79 = Conductivity exceeds EP(Ultra
pure water) limit
80 = Temperature out of nLF
correction range
85 = TDS reading exceeds maximum
limitation
86 = TDS reading below minimum
limitation
90 = Salinity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
91 = Salinity reading below minimum
limitation
95 = Resitivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
96 = Resitivity reading below
minimum limitation
137 = pH slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
138 = pH slope reading below
minimum limitation
139 = pH offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
140 = pH offset reading below
minimum limitation
147 = ISFET slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
148 = ISFET slope reading below
minimum limitation
149 = ISFET offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
150 = ISFET offset reading below
minimum limitation
155 = ION slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
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156 = ION slope reading below
minimum limitation
160 = Conductivity cell constant
reading exceeds maximum
limitation
161 = Conductivity cell constant
reading below minimum
limitation
D02
D03
I
Command can not be executed currently.
Read incremental techniques measurement data
Command
D03
x
Response
D03
D03
…
D03
B
B
x1
x1
x2
x2
A
x1
x2 x3 x4 x5
x1 represents amount of total coincident records
x2 represents number of current reading record
x3 represents channel
x3: 0 = Right channel
1 = Left channel
x4 represents the identifier for each item
x5 represents the value or text for each item
x4
1 = Date
2 = Time
3 = Sensor ID
4 = Sensor SN
5 = Last Cal
6 = Inst.ID
7 = Inst.SN
8 = Exp.-U.ID
9 = Exp.-U.SN
10 = User
11 = Method
12 = Endpoint
x5: 1 = Auto endpoint
2 = Manually endpoint
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Access incremental techniques measurement data
x: S = Stop read data
x3
x3
x4
x4
x5
x5
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3 = Timed endpoint
13 = ATC/MTC
x5: 0 = ATC
1 = MTC
14 = T-Int.
x5: 0 = Off
15 = Automation
x5: 0 = Off
16 = Offs.det
x5: 0 = Reference Sample
1 = Manual
17 = Offs.Value
18 = Sample ID
19 = Result
20 = mV
21 = Temperature
22 = Ref.Temp
23 = Temp.Comp
x5: 0 = Off
1 = Non -Linear
24 = TDS-Factor
25 = Sal.Type
x5: 0 = Practical
1 = Natural
26 = Cal.Mode
x5: 0 = Linear
1 = Segmented
27 = Buffer
28 = Slope
29 = Slope[%]
30 = Offset
31 = Standard
x5: 0 = 10 μS
1 = 84 μS
2 = 500 μS
3 = 1413 μS
4 = 1288 mS
5 = Sat. NaCl
6 = Enter CellC
32 = CellC
33 = Ion
x5: 0 = Blank
1 = Ag+
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2 = BF43 = Br4 = Ca2+
5 = Cd2+
6 = Cl7 = CN8 = CO2
9 = Cu2+
10 = F11 = H+
12 = I13 = K+
14 = Na+
15 = NH3
16 = NH4+
17 = NO218 = NO319 = NOx
20 = Pb2+
21 = S222 = SCN23 = Ion+
24 = Ion2+
25 = Ion26 = Ion234 = Unit
x5: 4 = mmol/l
5 = mol/l
6 = ppm
7 = mg/l
8=%
35 = Std.Temp
36 = Inc.Tech.
x5: 1 = KA
2 = KS
3 = SA
4 = SS
37 = C(stand)
38 = V(stand)
39 = V(sample)
40 = Stability
x5: 1 = Fast
2 = Normal
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3 = Accurate
41 = Warning
x5: 3 = Calibration reminder out of time
4 = Temperature reading exceeds
maximum limitation
5 = Temperature reading below
minimum limitation
10 = pH reading exceeds maximum
limitation
11 = pH reading below minimum
limitation
15 = mV reading exceeds maximum
limitation
16 = mV reading below minimum
limitation
20 = Rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
21 = Rel.mV reading below minimum
limitation
25 = mmol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
26 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
30 = mol reading exceeds maximum
limitation
31 = mmol reading below minimum
limitation
35 = ppm reading exceeds maximum
limitation
36 = ppm reading below minimum
limitation
40 = mg/l reading exceeds maximum
limitation
41 = mg/l reading below minimum
limitation
45 = % reading exceeds maximum
limitation
46 = % reading below minimum
limitation
55 = ISFET pH reading exceeds
maximum limitation
56 = ISFET pH reading below
minimum limitation
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SevenMulti Command Set
65 = ISFET mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
66 = ISFET mV reading below
minimum limitation
70 = ISFET rel.mV reading exceeds
maximum limitation
71 = ISFET rel.mV reading below
minimum limitation
75 = Conductivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
76 = Conductivity reading below
minimum limitation
77 = Conductivity exceeds USP limit
78 = Conductivity exceeds EP limit
79 = Conductivity exceeds EP(Ultra
pure water) limit
80 = Temperature out of nLF
correction range
85 = TDS reading exceeds maximum
limitation
86 = TDS reading below minimum
limitation
90 = Salinity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
91 = Salinity reading below minimum
limitation
95 = Resitivity reading exceeds
maximum limitation
96 = Resitivity reading below
minimum limitation
137 = pH slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
138 = pH slope reading below
minimum limitation
139 = pH offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
140 = pH offset reading below
minimum limitation
147 = ISFET slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
148 = ISFET slope reading below
minimum limitation
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SevenMulti Command Set
149 = ISFET offset reading exceeds
maximum limitation
150 = ISFET offset reading below
minimum limitation
155 = ION slope reading exceeds
maximum limitation
156 = ION slope reading below
minimum limitation
160 = Conductivity cell constant
reading exceeds maximum
limitation
161 = Conductivity cell constant
reading below minimum
limitation
D03
D04
I
Command can not be executed currently.
Read method data
Command
Response
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D04
D04
…
D04
x
B
B
x1
x1
A
x1
Read method data
x represents mode type
x
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = ION
5 = ISFET pH
6 = ISFET mV
7 = ISFET Rel.mV
8 = Conductivity
9 = TDS
10 = Salinity
11 = Resitivity
S = Stop read data
x2 x3 x4 x5
x2 x3 x4 x5
x2 x3 x4 x5
x1 represents amount of total coincident records
x2 represents number of current reading record
x3 represents mode type
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x3
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = ION
5 = ISFET pH
6 = ISFET mV
7 = ISFET Rel.mV
8 = Conductivity
9 = TDS
10 = Salinity
11 = Resitivity
x4 represents the identifier for each item
x5 represents the value or text for each item
x4
1 = Method ID
2 = Cal.Buffer
3 = Cal.Std
x5: 0 = Predef.Std.
1 = Sat.NaCl
2 = CellC
3 = Special Std
4 = Cal.Mode
x5: 0 = Linear
1 = Segment
5 = Cal.Remind
x5: 0 = Off
6 = Cal.Setting
7 = Resolution
x5: 0 = X
1 = X.X
2 = X.XX
3 = X.XXX
8 = Endpoint
x5: 1 = Auto
2 = Manual
3 = Timed
9 = Stability
x5: 1 = Fast
2 = Normal
3 = Accurate
10 = MTC Setting
11 = T-int
x5: 0 = Off
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12 = Data trans
x5: 0 = Manual
1 = Memory
2 = Interface
3 = Mem & Interface
13 = Offset det
x5: 0 = Manual
1 = Ref.Sample
14 = Temp.Comp
x5: 0 = Off
1 = Non-Linear
15 = Ref.Temp
x5: 0 = None
16 = Cond.Unit
x5: 0 = Auto Range
1 = X.XX E-X S/m
17 = Analog_out
x5: 0 = 20μs
1 = 200µs
2 = 2ms
3 = 20ms
4 = 200ms
5 = Whole Range
18 = TDS-Factor
19 = Sal.type
x5: 0 = Sal.Type 1978
1 = Sal.Type 1966
20 = Ion
21 = Unit
22 = Inc.techn
x5: 0 = KA
1 = KS
2 = SA
3 = SS
23 = C(stand)
24 = V(stand)
25 = V(sample)
26 = Max Temp
27 = Min Temp
28 = Max Offset
29 = Min Offset
30 = Max Slope
31 = Min Slope
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32 = Max pH
33 = Min pH
34 = Max mV
35 = Min mV
36 = Max Cond
37 = Min Cond
38 = Max CellC
39 = Min CellC
40 = Max TDS
41 = Min TDS
42 = Max Sal
43 = Min Sal
44 = Max Res
45 = Min Res
46 = Max mmol
47 = Min mmol
48 = Max mol
49 = Min mol
50 = Max ppm
51 = Min ppm
52 = Max mg/L
53 = Min mg/L
54 = Max %
55 = Min %
56 = Method left
57 = Method right
58 = Rinsing pos.
D04
D05
I
Command can not be executed currently.
Delete measurement data
Command
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“Text1”
x
“Text2” x2
Delete measurement data
“Text1” represents password of deletion
x represents mode type
x
0 = by “All”
1 = by “Date” with yyyy-mm-dd format
2 = by “User ID”
3 = by “Single Sample ID”
4 = by “From Sample ID” and “To Sample ID”
5 = by “Sensor ID”
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x2: Unit Type
1 = pH
2 = ION
3 = ISFET
4 = Conductivity
6 = by “Method ID”
x2: Measurement Mode
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = ION
5 = ISFET pH
6 = ISFET mV
7 = ISFET Rel.mV
8 = Conductivity
9 = TDS
10 = Salinity
11 = Resitivity
7 = Delete incremental techniques
measurement data
“Text2” represents condition for search
Response
Examples
Command
Response
D06
D05
A
D05
I
D05
D05
x
Command is executed
x represents amount of total deleted records
Command cannot be executed currently.
“password”
A
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4
“water001”
“water221”
Delete method data
Command
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“Text1”
x
“Text2”
Delete method data
“Text1” represents password of deletion
x represents mode type
x
1 = pH
2 = mV
3 = Rel.mV
4 = ION
5 = ISFET pH
6 = ISFET mV
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7 = ISFET Rel.mV
8 = Conductivity
9 = TDS
10 = Salinity
11 = Resitivity
“Text2” represents method ID
Response
Examples
Command
Response
D07
D06
D06
A
I
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
D06
D06
“Password”
A
“UtraWater01”
Delete calibration data
Command
D07
“Text1”
Response
D07
D07
A
I
D07
D07
“Password”
A
Examples
Command
Response
D08
6
x
“Text2”
Delete calibration data
“Text1” represents password of deletion
x represents filter by electrode type
x
1 = by pH electrode sample ID
2 = by ION electrode sample ID
3 = by ISFET electrode sample ID
4 = by conductivity electrode sample ID
“Text2” represents sensor ID
Command is executed
Command cannot be executed currently.
7
“UtraWater01”
Database statistic
Command
D08
Response
D08
D08
D08
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B
B
B
x1
x1
x1
x2
x2
x2
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A
x1
x2
x1 represents database type
x1
1 = Measurement database
2 = pH Calibration database
3 = ION Calibration database
4 = ISFET Calibration database
5 = Conductivity Calibration database
6 = Method database
7 = Incremental techniques measurement database
x2 represents total records amount of each database,
for calibration database x2 represents total sensor number
D08
I
Command cannot be executed currently.
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