MultiHop Register Parameters Guide (End Users)

MultiHop Register Parameters Guide (End Users)
MultiHop Register Parameters Guide (End Users)
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Contents
Contents
1 Input and Output Registers ................................................................................................................3
2 Modbus Register Configuration .........................................................................................................4
40000s Standard Physical Inputs .....................................................................................................................................4
40100s and 40600s Remap Registers
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Register Remapping
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40500s Standard Physical Outputs ..................................................................................................................................5
41000s Input Parameters .................................................................................................................................................5
Switch Power Input Parameters ..............................................................................................................................6
42000s Output Parameters ..............................................................................................................................................7
42950s Default Output Parameters ..................................................................................................................................8
43000s Discrete Input Parameters ...................................................................................................................................8
43300s Analog Input Parameters .....................................................................................................................................9
43500s Counter Input Parameters .................................................................................................................................10
43600s H-Bridge Output Parameters .............................................................................................................................11
43600s Switch Power Output Parameters .............................................................................................................11
43700s Discrete Output Parameters ..............................................................................................................................12
44000s Analog Output Parameters ................................................................................................................................13
44150s Initialization Controls ..........................................................................................................................................13
44400s Output Flash Pattern Parameters ......................................................................................................................13
44500s M-GAGE Parameters .........................................................................................................................................14
51000s SDI-12 Parameter Descriptions .........................................................................................................................15
Configuration Examples .................................................................................................................................................16
Configuring an Analog IN to use SP3 ....................................................................................................................16
Configuring for Acclima SDI-12 Sensors ...............................................................................................................17
Configuring for Decagon 5T3 SDI-12 Sensors ......................................................................................................17
Manufacturer Parameter Registers ................................................................................................................................18
Device and System Parameters .....................................................................................................................................19
46000s Device Parameters ...................................................................................................................................19
46050s Battery Monitoring Parameters
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46360s Network System Binding ...........................................................................................................................19
46400s Messages ..................................................................................................................................................20
46500s Application Modes .....................................................................................................................................20
47000s Network Formation ....................................................................................................................................21
47900s Master as a Slave Network Registers .......................................................................................................21
3 Technical Notes
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Network Information Registers
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1 Input and Output Registers
Inputs
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Outputs
Register
Input #
Register
Output #
40001
1
40501
1
40002
2
40502
2
40003
3
40503
3
40004
4
40504
4
40005
5
40505
5
40006
6
40506
6
40007
7
40507
7
40008
8
40508
8
40009
9
40509
9
40010
10
40510
10
40011
11
40511
11
40012
12
40512
12
40013
13
40513
13
40014
14
40514
14
40015
15
40515
15
40016
16
40516
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2 Modbus Register Configuration
The factory default settings for the inputs, outputs, and device operations can be changed by the user through the device Modbus registers. To change parameters, the data radio network must be set to Modbus mode and the data radio must be assigned a valid Modbus
slave ID. The following sections provide the basic parameter descriptions and register locations. For more information about registers,
refer to the MultiHop Product Manual, Banner part number 151317.
Generic input or output parameters are grouped together based on the device input or output number: input 1, input 2, output 1 etc.
Operation type specific parameters (discrete, counter, analog 4 to 20 mA) are grouped together based on the I/O type number: analog 1,
analog 2, counter 1, etc.
Not all inputs or outputs may be available for all models. To determine which specific I/O is available on your model, refer to the Modbus
Input/Output Register Maps listed in the device's data sheet.
40000s Standard Physical Inputs
Registers x0001 through x0016 are the results registers for inputs 1 through 16. For a list of the active results registers for your MultiHop
radio, refer to your product's data sheet.
40100s and 40600s Remap Registers
Use these remap registers to map any I/O registers to a continguous location to allow for easier access from a host system.
40600s. Registers 40601 through 40616 contain the index of registers that are remapped.
40100s. Registers 40101 through 40116 contain the values of the remapped registers.
Register Remapping
Use the Register Remapping screen to map registers to a contiguous location.
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Before making any changes to the screen, select the desired MultiHop Radio ID.
Register Mapping
In the Register to Map column, enter the registers to be remapped. These registers are remapped to 601 through 616. In the example
shown, registers 5, 7, 9, 10, 8, 501, and 502 are remapped to registers 601 through 607.
Mapping Values
The values of the mapped registers will be in registers 101 through 116. In the example shown, the values of registers 5, 7, 9, 10, 8, 501,
and 502 are stored in registers 101 through 107. Note that we are writing a 1 (one) to registers 106 and 107 (registers 501 and 502).
40500s Standard Physical Outputs
Registers x0501 through x0516 are the results registers for outputs 1 through 16. For a list of the active results registers for your MultiHop radio, refer to your product's data sheet.
41000s Input Parameters
Data radio inputs have the following generic parameters. These are not global parameters but are associated only with a particular input.
There are currently 16 separate inputs possible; the factory default settings are defined in the I/O specifications.
Parameters for Input 1 are at 41001 through 41008. Parameters for input 2 are at 41051 through 41058. Each following input is offset
from the previous one by 50 registers.
Input Parameters
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4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Input 1
1001–1008
1xx1 Enable
Input 2
1051–1058
1xx2 Sample Interval (high word)
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4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Input 3
1101–1108
1xx3 Sample Interval (low word)
Input 4
1151–1158
1xx8 Out-of-Sync Enable
Input 5
1201–1208
Input 6
1251–1258
Input 7
1301–1308
Input 8
1351–1358
Input 9
1401–1408
1xx1 Enable. A 1 enables the input and a 0 to disable the particular input.
1xx2 Sample Interval (High Word). The sample interval (rate) is a 32-bit value (requires two Modbus registers) that represents how
often the data radio samples the input. The register value is the number of time units. For example, a Modbus register value of 125 (for a
900MHz device) represents a sample interval of 5 seconds (125 x .040 seconds = 5 seconds). A unit of time for a 900 MHz data radio is
40 milliseconds. A unit of time for a 2.4 GHz data radio is 20 milliseconds.
1xx3 Sample Interval (Low Word). See Sample Interval (High Word).
1xx4 through 1xx7. See Switch Power Input Parameters.
1xx8 Out-of-Sync Enable. Set to one (1) to enable the input to continue operating when the device is out of sync with the master radio.
Set to zero (0) to disable the input when the device is not synchronized to the master radio. The default value is one (1).
Switch Power Input Parameters
These are not global parameters but are associated only with a particular input. There are currently 16 separate inputs possible; the
factory default settings are defined in the I/O specifications.
Parameters for Input 1 are at 41001 through 41007. Parameters for input 2 are at 41051 through 41057. Each following input is offset
from the previous one by 50 registers.
Switch Power Input Parameters
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Input 1
1004–1007
1xx4 Switch Power Enable
Input 2
1054–1057
1xx5 Switch Power Warm-up
Input 3
1104–1107
1xx6 Switch Power Voltage
Input 4
1154–1157
1xx7 Extended Input Read
Input 5
1204–1207
Input 6
1254–1257
Input 7
1304–1307
Input 8
1354–1357
Input 9
1404–1407
1xx4 Switch Power Enable Mask. The bit mask can select any number of switch power outputs 1 through 4. Switch power enable works
with the warm-up and voltage parameters to define the switch power output. Some devices have only two switch power outputs. Refer to
your model's data sheet to confirm which switch power outputs are active for your MultiHop radio.
Value
Switch Power #
0x0
None
0x1
SP1
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Value
Switch Power #
0x2
SP2
0x3
SP1 and SP2
0x4
SP3
0x8
SP4
0xC
SP3 and SP4
1xx5 Switch Power Warm-up. When the data radio supplies power to external sensors, the Switch Power Warm-up parameter defines
how long power is applied to the external sensor before the input point is examined for changes. The register value is the number of time
units. A unit of time for a 900 MHz data radio is 40 milliseconds. A unit of time for a 2.4 GHz data radio is 20 milliseconds.
1xx6 Switch Power Voltage. The Switch Power Voltage parameter defines the output voltage of the switch power output. This parameter applies only to inputs using switched power. If switch power is not used with an input, use the Continuous Voltage parameter to
control the voltage.
Output Voltage
Parameter Value
0V
255
5V
204
7V
125
10V
69
15V
32
20V
12
24V
03
1xx7 Extended Input Read. The Extended Input Read is a bit field parameter that allows multiple inputs to be sampled with the same
switch power parameters. If the bit field is set to 0x000F, the first four inputs are sampled after the switch power parameters are satisfied.
If this parameter is set in the input 1 configuration registers, set inputs 2 through 4 to zero.
42000s Output Parameters
The following characteristics are configurable for each output. Parameters for Output 1 start at 42001 through 42004. Parameters for
output 2 start at 42051 through 42054. Each following output is offset from the previous one by 50 registers.
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Output Parameters Output 1
2001–2004
2xx1 Enable
Output 2
2051–2054
2xx2 Flash Output Enable
Output 3
2101–2104
2xx3 Flash Index
Output 4
2151–2154
2xx4 Out of Sync Enable
Output 5
2201–2204
Output 6
2251–2254
Output 7
2301–2304
Output 8
2351–2354
Output 9
2401–2404
2xx1 Enable. Set to 1 to enable the output; set to 0 to disable the output.
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2xx2 Flash Output Enable. The Flash Output Enable, Flash Index, and Output Flash Pattern registers are all used to set up flashing
patterns for indicator lights connected to the data radio. Set the Flash Output Enable register to 1 to enable the ability to select an output
flash pattern; set to 0 to disable this feature. Select the output pattern using the Flash Index and Output Flash Pattern registers.
2xx3 Flash Index. The Flash Index can have values 1, 2, 3, or 4. For a particular output, the Flash Index 1 through 4 select a certain
output pattern as defined in registers 44401, 44411, 44421, or 44431.
2xx4 Out of Sync Enable. Set to one (1) to enable the output to continue operating when the device is out of sync with the master radio.
Set to zero (0) to disable the output when the device is not synchronized to the master radio. The default value is one (1).
42950s Default Output Parameters
Several device conditions may be used to send outputs to their default state. Use these properties to define the device’s default output
conditions.
2951 Enable Default Out Of Sync. When a radio is “out of sync,” it is not communicating with its parent radio. Set this value to 1 to
enable the default condition when the device is not communicating with its parent radio. Set to 0 to disable.
2952 Enable Default Communication Timeout. A “communication timeout" refers to the communication between the host system and
this radio. Set this register to 1 to enable the default condition when the host has not communicated with this radio for the period of time
defined by the Communication Default IO Timeout.
2953 Communication Default I/O Timeout (100 ms/Count). This parameter defines the host timeout period in 100 millisecond increments. If a host does not communicate within this timeout period, the device outputs are set to the default values.
2954 Enable Default on Power Up. Setting this parameter to 1 sends the device outputs to their default condition when the radio is
powered up. Set to 0 to disable this feature.
43000s Discrete Input Parameters
The Discrete Input Configuration parameters configure certain aspects of the data radio’s discrete inputs. Parameters for Discrete Input 1
start at 43001 through 43004. Parameters for Discrete Input 2 start at 43021 through 43024. Each following input is offset from the previous one by 20 registers.
Discrete Input Parameters
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Discrete IN 1
3001–3009
30x1 PNP/NPN
Discrete IN 2
3021–3029
30x2 Sample High
Discrete IN 3
3041–3049
30x3 Sample Low
Discrete IN 4
3061–3069
30x4 Enable Latch on Change of State
30x7 Enable Discrete Input Time Active Counter
30x8-30x9 Discrete Input Time Active Count
3xx1 PNP or NPN. Set to 1 to define the input as a PNP (sourcing) input. Set to 0 to define the input as an NPN (sinking) input.
3xx2 Sample High. The default value is 0, which disables this feature. The value range is 1 through 255. The Sample High parameter
refers to the number of samples (1 through 255) a discrete input must be detected high (1) before it is considered to be a change of state.
3xx3 Sample Low. The default value of 0 disables this feature. The value range is 1 through 255. The Sample Low parameter refers to
the number of samples (1 through 255) a discrete input must be detected low (0) before it is considered to be a change of state.
3xx4 Enable Latch on Change of State. Writing a 1 to this register causes a data "push" (data transmitted to the master radio) on
Change of State.
3xx7 Enable Discrete Input Time Active Counter. The time active counter counts the time a discrete input is in the active state. Set to
one (1) to enable the time counter; set to zero (0) to disable the counter. By default, this counter is enabled.
3xx8 and 3xx9 Discrete Input Time Active Count. These two registers contain the counter value. Register 3xx8 contains the high
portion of the active counter and 3xx9 contains the low portion of the active counter. The counter stores a time value in 100 ms increments. This value is reset to zero when the power cycles off.
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43300s Analog Input Parameters
The following characteristics are configurable for each of the analog inputs. Analog Input parameters for Input 1 start at 43301 through
43307. Analog Input parameters for Input 2 start at 43321 through 43327. Each following input is offset from the previous one by 20
registers.
Analog Input Parameters
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Analog IN 1
3301–3320
33x1 Max Analog Value
Analog IN 2
3321–3340
33x2 Min Analog Value
Analog IN 3
3341–3360
33x3 Enable Register Full Scale
Analog IN 4
3361–3380
33x4 Degrees C/F
33x5 Temperature Double
33x6 Thermocouple Type Select
33x7 Temperature Resolution Select
33x8 Threshold
33x9 Hysteresis
33x0 Delta
33x6 Sample High
33x7 Sample Low
33x8 Change of State Push Enable
33x9 Median Filter Enable
33x0 Tau Filter Settings
33x1 Maximum Analog Value. The Maximum Analog Value register stores the maximum allowed analog value. The specific units of
measure apply to the register value. For example, the register may contain 20000, for 20 mA, or for a voltage input the register may
contain 8000, for 8 volts.
33x2 Minimum Analog Value. The Minimum Analog Value register stores the minimum allowed analog value. The specific units of
measure apply to register value. For example, the register may contain 4000, for 4 mA, or for a voltage input the register may contain
2000, for 2 volts.
33x3 Enable Register Full Scale. Set to 1 to enable a linear range from 0 to 65535 for specified input range. For a 4 to 20 mA input, a
value of 0 represents 4 mA and 65535 represents 20 mA. Set this parameter to 0 to store input readings in unit-specific data. For example, the register data representing a 15.53 mA reading is 15530. For units of current (0 to 20 mA inputs), values are stored as µA (micro
Amps) and voltage values are stored as mV (millivolts).
33x4 Select Degrees F or Degrees C. Set this parameter to 1 to represent temperature units in degrees Fahrenheit. Set this parameter
to 0 to represent temperature units in degrees Celsius. (Only used for thermocouple inputs.)
33x5 Temperature Scaling. Set to 1 to store temperatures the same way as the DX80 devices (measured temp × 20) represent temperature. Set to 0 to store temperature values in tenths of a degree (measured temp × 10). For example, if the measured temperature is 20.5
degrees, using temperature scaling set to 1 would store the temperature value as 410; using temperature scaling set to 0 would store the
temperature as 205. (Only used for thermocouple inputs.)
33x6 Select Thermocouple Type. Write the listed value to this register to select a thermocouple type. (Only used for thermocouple
inputs.)
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Value
Thermocouple
Type
Value
Thermocouple Type
Value
Thermocouple Type
0
B
5
J
10
P
1
C
6
K
11
R
2
D
7
L
12
S
3
E
8
M
13
T
4
G
9
N
14
U
33x7 Select Temperature Resolution. Thermocouples and RTDs may record temperatures in either high resolution (tenths of a degree)
or low resolution (whole degree). Write a 0 to select high resolution (default) or a 1 to select low resolution. Choosing high or low resolution changes the range of temperatures that can be written to the register. (Only used for thermocouple inputs.)
33x8 and 33x9 Hysteresis and Threshold. Threshold and hysteresis work together to establish the ON and OFF points of an analog
input. The threshold defines a trigger point or reporting threshold (ON point) for a sensor input. The hysteresis value establishes how
much below the active threshold (ON point) an analog input is required to be before the input is considered OFF. A typical hysteresis
value is 10% to 20% of the unit’s range.
Input Value
ON point
Threshold
Hysteresis
Input
OFF point
Time
In the example shown graphically, the input is considered on at 15 mA. To consider the input off at 13 mA, set the hysteresis to 2 mA.
The input will be considered off when the value is 2 mA less than the threshold.
33x0 Delta. The delta parameter defines the change required between sample points of an analog input before a change of state has
occurred. To turn off this option, set the Delta value to 0.
33x6 and 3xx7 Sample High and Sample Low. For analog inputs, the sample high parameter defines the number of consecutive samples the input signal must be above the threshold before a signal is considered active. Sample low defines the number of consecutive
samples the input signal must be below the threshold before a signal is considered deactivated. The sample high and sample low parameters are used to avoid unwanted input transitions.
33x8 Change of State Push Enable. Set to one (1) to enable push registers for this input. When the analog input changes state, the
register value will be pushed to the master radio if this register is configured to be a push register.
33x9 Median Filter Enable. Set to zero (0) to turn off the median filter. Set to one (1) to turn on the median filter.
33x0 Tau Filter. Set to zero (0) to turn off the tau filter. Set to 1 (weakest filter) through 4 (maximum filter) to turn on the tau filter.
43500s Counter Input Parameters
The following characteristic is configurable for the counter input. Counter Input parameters for Counter Input 1 start at 43501 through
43505. Counter Input parameters for Counter Input 2 start at 43521 through 43525. Each following counter input is offset from the previous one by 20 registers.
Counter Input Parameters
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Counter IN 1
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
3501–3505
35x1 Frequency/Event Counter
35x2 Enable Read Counter State
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4xxxx Registers
Parameters
35x3 Set Preset Value
35x4 and 35x5 Counter Preset Value
35x1 Enable Frequency/Event Counter. A counter input can be defined to calculate the frequency of the input in hertz or as a counter
that increments with every input change (event counter) from 0 to 1 (for PNP inputs). Set this parameter to 1 to configure the input to
calculate frequency. Set to 0 to configure the counter to count input changes, e.g. an event counter or totalizer. Because the counter is
reset to zero when power is cycled to the device, it is up to the host system to save count data.
35x2 Enable-Read Counter State. Manufacturing/test register only
35x3 Set Preset Value. Writing this value to 1 signals the data radio to preset the counter with the value stored in Modbus registers
43504 and 43505. When the task is complete, the value is written to 0.
35x4 and 35x5 Counter Preset Value. Registers 43504 (high word) and 43505 (low word) contain the 32-bit value for presetting the
counter. Write the ‘Counter Preset Value’ registers first, then use the ‘Set Preset Value’ register to execute the counter preset.
43600s H-Bridge Output Parameters
The Power Output Configuration parameters provide the basic operation for each power output. These parameters are not associated to
specific inputs. Parameters for H-bridge 1 start at 43604 through 43609. Parameters for H-bridge 2 start at 43624 through 43629. Each
following switch power is offset from the previous one by 20 registers.
H-Bridge Output
Parameters
H-Bridge 1
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
3604–3609
36x4 Enable H-Bridge
36x5 H-Bridge Warmup Cap Time
36x6 H-Bridge Active Current Time
36x7–36x8 H-Bridge Switches
36x9 H-Bridge Booster Enabled When Active
36x4 Enable H-Bridge. Enable (1) or disable (0) the h-bridge inputs as needed. Disable the h-bridge inputs when using SDI-12 devices.
36x5 H-Bridge Warm Up Cap Time. Similar to the switch power warm up time, the h-bridge capacitor warm up time is the time allotted,
in 40 millisecond increments, to charge the capacitor used to activate the h-bridge and latching solenoid.
36x6 H-Bridge Active Current Time. Set how long, in 40 millisecond increments, the capacitor is switched into and supplying power to
the solenoid circuit.
36x7-36x8 H-Bridge Switches. Use these two parameters as a bit mask to set the ON and OFF conditions of the h-bridge switch.
DO4
DO3
DO2
DO1
SP4
SP3
SP2
SP1
36x7 Rising Switch (ON)
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
36x8 Falling Switch (OFF)
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
36x9 H-Bridge Booster Enabled When Active. To use this parameter, contact the applications engineers at Banner Engineering Corp.
This parameter leaves the boost voltage on while the capacitor discharges into the solenoid. While this can supply more power to the
solenoid circuit, it may also brown-out the radio device.
43600s Switch Power Output Parameters
Efficient power management technology enables some FlexPower devices to include an internal power supply, called switch power (SP),
that briefly steps up to power sensors requiring 5, 10, or 15V power (ideally, 4–20 mA loop-powered sensors). When the switch power
output cycles on, the voltage is boosted to the voltage needed to power the sensor for a specific warmup time. This warmup timedenotes
how long the sensor must be powered before a reliable reading can be taken. After the warmup time has passed, the input reads the
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sensor, then the switch power shuts off to prolong battery life. The switch power voltage, warm-up time, and sample interval are configurable parameters.
The Power Output Configuration parameters provide the basic operation for each power output. These parameters are not associated to
specific inputs. Parameters for SP 1 start at 43601 through 43603. Parameters for SP 2 start at 43621 through 43623. Each following
switch power is offset from the previous one by 20 registers.
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Switch Power Out- SP1
put Parameters
SP2
3601–3603
36x1 Continuous Voltage Setting
3621–3623
36x2 Default Output Voltage
SP3
3641–3643
36x3 Hold Last Voltage Enable
SP4
3661–3663
36x1 Continuous Voltage Setting. Use this voltage parameter to set the output voltage when supplying continuous power through the
SP# terminals (not associated with inputs). The Continuous Voltage parameter cannot be used if any input uses switch power. To set a
continuous voltage on the SP output, also turn on the default output condition “default on power up.” This will turn on this continuous
voltage output when the radio powers up.
Output Voltage
Parameter Value
Output Voltage
Parameter Value
0V
255
15V
32
5V
204
20V
12
7V
125
24V
03
10V
69
36x2 Default Output State. The Default Output State parameter represents the default condition of the switch power output. When communication is lost to the host or the wireless link is lost for the I/O data radio, the data radio can set the outputs and switch power outputs
in this default state. When set to 0, the switch power is turned off. When set to 1, the switch power is set to the voltage established by the
Continuous Voltage Setting.
36x3 Hold Last State Enable. Set Hold Last State Enable to 1 to set the switch power output to its last known value when communications are lost. Set this parameter to 0 to disable the Host Last State Enable and use the Default Output State settings.
43700s Discrete Output Parameters
The following characteristics are configurable for each of the discrete outputs. Parameters for Output 1 start at 43701 through 43703.
Parameters for Output 2 start at 43721 through 43723. Each following input is offset from the previous one by 20 registers.
Discrete Output
Parameters
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Output 1
3701–3703
3xx1 Default Output State
Output 2
3721–3723
3xx2 Hold Last State Enable
Output 3
3741–3743
3xx3 Enable Switch Power Logic
Output 4
3761–3763
3xx1 Default Output State. The Default Output State parameter represents the default condition of the discrete output. When an error
condition exists, the outputs are set to this user-defined output state, either a 0 or a 1.
3xx2 Hold Last State Enable. Set the Hold Last State to 1 to set the output to its last known value before the error occurred. Set this
parameter to 0 to disable the Hold Last State and use the Default Output State setting during an error condition.
3xx3 Enable Switch Power Logic.
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44000s Analog Output Parameters
The following characteristics are configurable for each of the analog outputs. Parameters for Analog Output 1 start at 44001 through
44005. Parameters for Analog Output 2 start at 44021 through 44025. Each following input is offset from the previous one by 20 registers.
4xxxx Registers
Parameters
Analog Output Pa- Output 1
rameters
Output 2
4001–4005
40x1 Maximum Analog Value
4021–4025
40x2 Minimum Analog Value
Output 3
4041–4045
40x3 Enable Register Full Scale
Output 4
4061–4065
40x4 Hold Last State Enable
40x5 Default Output State
40x1 Maximum Analog Value. The Maximum Analog Value register stores the maximum allowed analog value. The specific units of
measure apply to the register value. For example, the register may contain 20000, for 20 mA, or for a voltage output the register may
contain 8000, for 8 volts.
40x2 Minimum Analog Value. The Minimum Analog Value register stores the minimum allowed analog value. The specific units of
measure apply to register value. For example, the register may contain 4000, for 4 mA, or for a voltage output the register may contain
2000, for 2 volts.
40x3 Enable Register Full Scale. Set to 1 to enable a linear range from 0 to 65535 for specified input range. For a 4-20 mA output, a
value of 0 represents 4 mA and 65535 represents 20 mA. Set this parameter to 0 to store readings in unit-specific data. For example, the
register data representing a 15.53 mA reading is 15530. For units of current (0-20 mA outputs), values are stored as µA (micro Amps)
and voltage values are stored as mV (millivolts).
40x4 Hold Last State Enable. Set the Hold Last State to 1 to set the output to its last known value before the error occurred. Set this
parameter to 0 to disable the Hold Last State and use the Default Output State setting during an error condition.
40x5 Default Output State. The Default Output State parameter represents the default condition of the analog output. When an error
condition exists, the outputs are set to this 16-bit user-defined output state.
44150s Initialization Controls
x4151 Reset Device. Write a 1 to this register to trigger a device reset of the parameters selected by the next three registers.
x4152 Default I/O Configuration. Returns all I/O configuration parameters to their factory default settings.
x4153 Default System Parameters. Returns all system-level parameters to their factory default settings.
x4154 Initialize Variables from the Serial Number. Returns all variables that are normally calculated (or seeded) from the serial number to values seeded from the serial number.
44400s Output Flash Pattern Parameters
Setting the flash pattern establishes an on and off pattern that can be used for a discrete output or switch power. Flash patterns are
established by selecting specific timeslots to turn the output on or off. While originally the flash pattern was designed to turn on and off an
indicator light, the flash pattern can be set for any discrete output or switch power.
Each slot represents one frame size, which may vary from radio to radio. The default frame is 40 milliseconds. Users may configure up to
four different flash patterns.
4401-4408 Flash Pattern Index 1.
4401-4408 Flash Pattern Index 2.
4401-4408 Flash Pattern Index 3.
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4401-4408 Flash Pattern Index 4.
44500s M-GAGE Parameters
The following characteristics are configurable for the M-GAGE devices.
x4501 Set Baseline. Write a 1 to this register to set the baseline. The baseline function of the M-GAGE Node stores the ambient magnetic field values of the X, Y, and Z axes as a baseline value. Once this baseline is established, any deviation in the magnetic field
represents the presence of a ferrous object and will be reflected in the M-GAGE register. The more disruption in the magnetic field, the
larger the M-GAGE register value.
x4502 Disable Axes. A bit-wise register (0000). Write a one to disable the selected axis where bit 0 is the x axis, bit 1 is the y axis, and
bit 2 is the z axis.
x4503 Disable Compensation Median Filter. Write a 1 to this register to disable the compensation median filter.
x4504 Disable Sensing Median Filter. Write a 1 to this register to disable the sensing median filter.
x4505 Low Pass Filter. The filters T0 through T6 are parameter settings that define the degree of input digital signal filtering for analog
inputs. T0 is the least amount of filtering. T6 is the highest filter setting and has the least amount of fluctuation between readings. Write
the following values to select a low pass (tau) filter.
Low Pass (Tau) Filter
Register Value
Low Pass (Tau) Filter
Register Value
T0
0
T4
4
T1
1
T5
5
T2
2
T6
6
T3
3
x4506 Sample High. The sample high counter parameter defines the number of consecutive samples the input signal must be above the
threshold before a signal is considered active. The default value is 0, which disables this feature. The value range is 1 through 255. The
Sample High parameter refers to the number of samples (1 through 255) a discrete input must be detected high (1) before it is considered to be a change of state.
x4507 Sample Low. The default value of 0 disables this feature. The value range is 1 through 255. The Sample Low parameter refers to
the number of samples (1 through 255) a discrete input must be detected low (0) before it is considered to be a change of state.
x4508 Compensation Time. Temperature compensation parameter.
x4509 Delta. Rate of change filter.
x4510 Threshold and x4511 Hysteresis. Threshold and hysteresis work together to establish the ON and OFF points of an analog input.
The threshold defines a trigger point or reporting threshold (ON point) for the M-GAGE™ input. The hysteresis value establishes how
much below the active threshold (ON point) an analog input is required to be before the input is considered OFF. A typical hysteresis
value is 10% to 20% of the unit’s range.
The M-GAGE Node’s threshold and hysteresis ranges are 0 to 65,535.
The factory default threshold setting is 100 and default hysteresis is 30 (the sensor detects an OFF condition at threshold minus hysteresis, or 100 - 30 = 70). With the default settings, once the magnetic field reading is above 100, an ON or “1” is stored in the lowest
significant bit (LSB) in the Modbus register. When the M-GAGE reading drops below the OFF point (threshold minus hysteresis), the LSB
of the Modbus register is set to “0.”
To determine your threshold, take M-GAGE readings of the test objects at the distance they are likely to be from the sensor. For example, if a car reads 100, a bicycle 15, and a truck reads 200, setting the threshold to 150 will detect only trucks of a specific size. Magnetic
field fluctuations vary based on the amount of ferrous metal present and the distance from the sensor.
x4512 Baseline (Drift) Filter Time. Baseline filter time. When the Baseline Filter is on and the magnetic field readings are below the
baseline filter threshold setting, an algorithm is used to slowly match the device’s baseline to the current ambient magnetic field. This
helps to account for the natural fluctuations in the magnetic field.
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x4513 Baseline (Drift) Filter Threshold. Baseline filter threshold is used with the baseline filter time to account for the natural fluctuations on the magnetic field.
x4514 Baseline (Drift) Filter Tau. Baseline filter's low pass filter.
x4521 Baseline Difference Signal Value Total. A combination of the x-, y-, and z-axis baseline different signal values.
x4522 Baseline Difference Signal Value [x-axis]. The difference between the ambient magnetic field and the current magnetic field
reading for the x axis.
x4523 Baseline Difference Signal Value [y-axis]. The difference between the ambient magnetic field and the current magnetic field
reading for the y axis.
x4524 Baseline Difference Signal Value [z-axis]. The difference between the ambient magnetic field and the current magnetic field
reading for the z axis.
x4525 Baseline Value [x-axis]. Ambient magnetic field reading for the x axis.
x4526 Baseline Value [y-axis]. Ambient magnetic field reading for the y axis.
x4527 Baseline Value [z-axis]. Ambient magnetic field reading for the z axis.
x4528 Raw Signal Value [x-axis]. The actual magnetic field reading for the x axis.
x4529 Raw Signal Value [y-axis]. The actual magnetic field reading for the y axis.
x4530 Raw Signal Value [z-axis]. The actual magnetic field reading for the z axis.
x4531 Sensing Numerator [x-axis].
x4532 Sensing Numerator [y-axis].
x4533 Sensing Numerator [z-axis].
x4534 Compensation Denominator [x-axis].
x4535 Compensation Denominator [y-axis].
x4536 Compensation Denominator [z-axis].
x4537 Compensation Numerator [x-axis].
x4538 Compensation Numerator [y-axis].
x4539 Compensation Numerator [z-axis].
51000s SDI-12 Parameter Descriptions
The following characteristics are configurable for the SDI-12 devices. Device A refers to the first SDI-12 device and device B refers to the
second SDI-12 device. We are using A and B instead of numbers to avoid confusion with the actual assigned device IDs of the SDI-12
devices.
11001 SDI-12 Device Address for Device A. Assign the SDI-12 device address for the first SDI-12 device to register 11001.
11201 SDI-12 Device Address for Device B. Assign the SDI-12 device address for the second SDI-12 device to register 11201.
An SDI-12 Device Address may be an alphanumeric value of 0 through 9, ‘a’ through ‘z,’ or ‘A’ through ‘Z.’ For this reason, store its ASCII
value in the Device Address register. For example, an SDI-12 address of 0 is stored as its ASCII value of 0x30.
Configuration Registers for SDI-12 Devices
There are nine registers for each SDI-12 device. The parameters are used to configure the properties of the information coming back
from the SDI-12 device.
Parameter numbering for the first SDI-12 device (device A) begins at 11011, with each Modbus register number offset from the previous
one by 20 Modbus registers. For example, the first parameter for the first SDI-12 register begins at Modbus register 11011. The first
parameter for the second SDI-12 register begins at Modbus register 11021.
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Parameter numbering for the second SDI-12 device (device B) begins at 11211. The registers for the second SDI-12 device are offset
from the first device by 200.
Configuration Registers for SDI-12 Device A
Register Enable
Decimal Point
Move
Move Right or Left
Signed or Unsigned
16 or 32 bit
Register 1
11011
11012
11013
11014
11015
Register 2
11021
11022
11023
11024
11025
Register 3
11031
11032
11033
11034
11035
Register 4
11041
11042
11043
11044
11045
Register 5
11051
11052
11053
11054
11055
Register 6
11061
11062
11063
11064
11065
Register 7
11071
11072
11073
11074
11075
Register 8
11081
11082
11083
11084
11085
Register 9
11091
11092
11093
11094
11095
11xx1 Register Enable. Use this register or enable (1) or disable (0) each register.
11xx2 Decimal Point Move. Enter a value from 0 to 7 to indicate the number of places to move the decimal point to convert from the
SDI-12 value to an integer.
11xx3 Move Right or Left. Write a 0 to move the decimal point to the right; write a 1 to move the decimal point to the left.
11xx4 Signed or Unsigned. Write a 1 for a signed value; write a 0 for an unsigned value.
11xx5 16-bit or 32-bit Registers. Write a 0 for a 16-bit value; write a 1 for a 32-bit value.
Configuration Examples
Configuring an Analog IN to use SP3
Example 1: Enable the first analog input to power an external sensor using switched power 3 and change the parameters based on the
requirements of the external sensor.
This data radio model has analog 1 associated to input 5.
The parameters to adjust and their Modbus registers are:
• Sample interval (reg 1202 hi word, 1203 low word): Change from factory default of 1 second to 15 minute sample interval
• Switch Power Enable (reg 1204): Turn on switch power 3 for this input, using the bit mask
• Switch Power Warm-up (reg 1205): Based on the sensor requirements, turn on the switched power for a certain time before it is
sampled.
• Switch Power Voltage (reg 1206): Set the voltage for the sensor operation.
The values to set in the registers are:
•
•
•
•
Sample Interval: 15 min, (900 seconds)
Switch Power Enable: 0x4
Switched Power Warm-up: 1 second
Switched Power Voltage: 15 Volts
Set the following registers to the values shown.
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Modbus Register
Value
Description
1202
0
1203
22,500
This register contains the number of 40 ms time units. 900 seconds ÷ 0.040 seconds =
22,500
1204
4
Enable switch power 3 for this input, see parameter description for bit mask.
1205
25
Set warm-up time to 1 second, the register contains the number of 40 ms time units. 1 seconds ÷ 0.040 seconds = 25
1206
32
Set switch power voltage to 15V. Value from table next to parameter description.
Configuring for Acclima SDI-12 Sensors
Use the following configuration for Acclima SDI-12 devices.
Use the following parameters for Acclima SDI-12 sensors.
SDI-12 Device Register (Acclima)
Register Ena- Decimal Point
ble (1)
Move (0-7)
Move Right (0)
or Left (1)
Signed (1) or
Unsigned (0)
16 bit (0) or 32
bit (1)
1
Volumetric water content
ON
2
Left
Unsigned
32 bit
2
Temperature
ON
1
Left
Signed
32 bit
3
Soil Permittivity
ON
2
Left
Unsigned
32 bit
4
Soil Conductivity
ON
2
Left
Unsigned
32 bit
Results Registers (high:low)
Integer Conversion Multiplier
Sample Reading
Actual Value
Results Registers
Acclima Register No.
1
Volumetric water content
11101:11102
×100
0:124
1.24%
2
Temperature
11103:11104
×10
0:238
23.8°C
3
Soil Permittivity
11105:11106
×100
0:402
4.02
4
Soil Conductivity
11107:11108
×100
0:123
1.23 dS/m
Configuring for Decagon 5T3 SDI-12 Sensors
Use the following configuration for Decagon 5T3 SDI-12 devices.
Use the following parameters for Decagon 5T3 SDI-12 sensors.
SDI-12 Device Register (Decagon 5T3)
Register Ena- Decimal Point
ble (1)
Move (0-7)
Move Right (0)
or Left (1)
Signed (1) or
Unsigned (0)
16 bit (0) or 32
bit (1)
1
Volumetric water content
ON
2
Left
Unsigned
32 bit
2
Soil Conductivity
ON
2
Left
Unsigned
32 bit
3
Temperature
ON
1
Left
Signed
32 bit
Results Registers
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Decagon Register No.
Results Registers (high:low)
Integer Conversion Multiplier
Sample Reading
Actual Value
1
Volumetric water content
11101:11102
×100
0:124
1.24%
2
Soil Conductivity
11103:11104
×100
0:123
1.23 dS/m
3
Temperature
11105:11106
×10
0:238
23.8°C
Manufacturer Parameter Registers
The following are the device-specific and manufacturer parameters for the MultiHop radio devices. These registers are all within the
4xxxx range.
44100s Manufacturing Information
Address
Name
Format
4101–4104
Serial number, digits 1–8
ASCII, read only
4111–4113
Model number, digits 1–6
ASCII, read only
4121–4123
Production date, digits 1–6
ASCII, read only
Address
Name
Format
4201–4209
Name characters 1-18
ASCII
Address
Name
Format
4301–4303
RF firmware p/n
ASCII, read only
4304–4305
RF firmware version
ASCII, read only
4306–4308
RF EEPROM part number, digits 1–6
ASCII, read only
4309–4310
RF EEPROM version number, characters
1–3
ASCII, read only
4311–4313
LCD firmware p/n
ASCII, read only
4314–4315
LCD firmware version
ASCII, read only
4316–4318
LCD EEPROM part number, digits 1–6
ASCII, read only
4319–4320
LCD EEPROM version number, characters
1–3
ASCII, read only
Address
Name
Format
6401
Device address
Hex
6402
Parent address
Hex, read only
44200s Device Name
44300s Software Information
46400s Message Parameters
Strings stored in ASCII format are read as two characters per Modbus register. The lower numbered Modbus register contains the rightmost characters in the string. Within a given Modbus register, the upper byte contains the ASCII character that goes to the right of the
character in the lower byte.
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Storing a Model Number
For example, the model number 148691 is stored as shown below.
Address (4xxxx)
Name
Modbus Register Value (in
hex)
Character Representation
4111
Model number digits 6-5
0x3139
19
4112
Model number digits 4-3
0x3638
68
4113
Model number digits 2-1
0x3431
41
Parameters Stored as Numbers
Parameters stored as number values (not ASCII) read out directly as 16-bit values. Examples of parameters of this type include the
Parent Address or Device Address.
Address (4xxxx)
Name
Value (in hex)
Value (decimal)
6401
Device address
0x002A
42
6402
Parent address
0x0023
35
Device and System Parameters
46000s Device Parameters
x6001 Is Master (Read Only). Typically configured from the DIP switches, writing a 1 to this register sets the radio to be the MultiHop
master radio.
x6004 Is Repeater (Read Only). Typically configured from the DIP switches, writing a 1 to this register sets the radio to be the MultiHop
repeater radio.
46050s Battery Monitoring Parameters
Use the battery monitor parameters to monitor and set a threshold based on the incoming device voltage (on some models). The incoming voltage is approximately 3.6V dc from a battery input or 4.2V dc from the 10 to 30V dc input. These parameters allow users to determine which power source is powering the MultiHop device.
6051 Enable Battery Read. Set to zero to disable the battery read function. Set to 1 to enable the battery read function.
6052 Battery Read Sample Interval. Use this parameter to set the time interval at which the incoming voltage is read. Sample Interval
(in seconds) = 0.040 seconds × 2^RegValue. Default register value: 9 (20 seconds).
6053 Battery Voltage Threshold. Use this parameter to define the incoming voltage threshold at which register 4061 will be set to a
zero or one. Set this value in number of 100mA increments. The default value is 38 (or 3.8V).
6054 Hardware Reference Select. Use this parameter to allow for the correct calibration reference for different hardware platforms. Set
to zero for 3.0V PCB Vcc. Set to one for 3.3V PCB Vcc. Default value is zero.
6061 Battery Threshold Reading. When zero (0), the incoming voltage is below the threshold defined by parameter 6053 (powered by
battery). When one (1), the incoming voltage reading is above the defined threshold (powered by a solar panel or 10 to 30V dc).
6062 Battery Voltage Reading. Actual incoming voltage reading in units of 100mV.
46360s Network System Binding
x6362- x6363 Binding Mode Extended Pattern: Master to Children. Seeded from serial number. 32-bit value.
x6364-x6365 Binding Mode Extended Pattern: Child from Master. Seeded from serial number. 32-bit value.
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46400s Messages
x6401 Device Address (Read only). The Device Address is seeded from serial number.
x6402 Parent Address (Read only). Device address of the parent radio. Normally this is automatically filled in when the child chooses a
parent radio.
x6403 Destination Address (Default). Broadcast. Typically, the Destination Address is set to force a routing when the radios are operating in transparent mode. This default value (FFFF) broadcasts the message if the recipient is not in the routing table. Enter a specific
destination address to force a routing. Default: 0xFFFF
x6404 Destination Address (Current). The Destination Address is where messages are routed to. This value is automatically filled in by
the system.
x6405 System Master Device Address. Stores the Device Address of the network’s master radio.
x6451 External Site Survey Control. To begin a Site Survey from a host system, write a one (1) to the child radio’s 46451 register. After
100 data packets have been send between the parent and child radios, the system automatically writes a zero (0) to this register to end
the Site Survey.
x6452 Green Count. After the Site Survey is finished, the “green” signal strength count is written to this register on the child radio.
x6453 Yellow Count. After the Site Survey is finished, the “yellow” signal strength count is written to this register on the child radio.
x6454 Red Count. After the Site Survey is finished, the “red” signal strength count is written to this register on the child radio.
x6455 Miss Count. After the Site Survey is finished, the number of “missed” data packets is written to this register on the child radio.
46500s Application Modes
x6502 Modbus Offset (Start). The Modbus Slave ID to start at for numbering devices. By default, begin numbering at 11. Default: 0x0B
x6503 Modbus Number of Slaves. The maximum number of Modbus slaves. By default, the maximum number is 50, allowing slave IDs
of 11 through 61 for network formation. Default: 0x32
x6504 Modbus Slave Destination Address Index 1, x6505 Modbus Slave Destination Address Index 2, through x6553 Modbus
Slave Destination Address Index 50. These registers act as the translation table between the Modbus Slave ID (set by the rotary dials)
and the Device Address (5-digit address derived from the serial number) of all Modbus slaves within the data radio network. This information is filled in by the system. For example, Address Index 1 will contain the device address of the first slave in the network. This is Slave
ID 11 when using the default Modbus Offset.
x6801 Modbus Rotary Switch BCD Disable. Defaults to decimal coding on the rotary switches, which means only rotary dial positions 0
through 9 are recognized. Default 0x00
x6804 Modbus Address Override. Overrides the Modbus address specified on the rotary dials.
x6805 Enable Modbus Nack. Controlled by the master radio. The master radio can determine if a device is in the radio network. If a
device has dropped out of the network, the master will NACK the packet of data destined for that device to avoid having the host system
spend time waiting for an acknowledgement. Default: 0x00
x6808 Current Modbus Address. The Slave ID as selected by the rotary dials. This register is populated automatically by the rotary
dials.
x6831 Input Push Register Index 1, x6832 Input Push Register Index 2, etc. A total of 20 push register indices are available (up
through x6850). For a slave or repeater, these define which registers to push to the master device. This allows a slave/repeater to send
local input data back to the master without having to wait to be asked for the data.
x6871-x6872 Push Register Report Interval. Establishes how often, in frames/slots, to push data to the master. Select values between
1 and 4.2 × 102 (1 to FFFFFFFF). x6871 is the high word, x6872 is the low word. This is typically a slave or repeater parameter.
x6873-x6874 Health Heartbeat Time. Sets how often, in frames, slaves/repeaters send a health message back to the master radio. For
example, a value of 128 means to send health data back to the master once every 128 frames. x6873 is the high word, x6874 is the low
word. The device status can be read beginning at register 52700, or the device status is read in a bit-packed format at register 52981.
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x6875 Report Interval Random Modulus. The interval, in frames, that the report interval is offset by. This randomizes the reporting
interval time so that devices set to the same report interval do not continuously collide when reporting push data.
47000s Network Formation
Used by the Master radio only, the Network Formation parameter values are populated as slaves and repeaters join the radio network.
x7001 Number of Devices in the Formation table. How many devices are in the network.
x7002 Device Address Index 1. Device address for the first device that joins the network.
x7003 Device Address Index 2. Device address for the second device that joins the network. A total of 50 devices may be a part of the
radio network.
x7302 Device MacTo Index 1. Device address for the first radio in the routing path to get to the device defined in index 1.
x7303 Device MacTo Index 2. Device address for the first radio in the routing path to get to the device defined in index 2. A total of 50
devices may be a part of the radio network.
47900s Master as a Slave Network Registers
The data stored in these registers act as a “window” into the push/poll registers. These registers “cache” the register values associated
with register x6807. When enabling push registers, the host system redirects the register reads to this register area (7909, 7910). The
host still requests a specific slave ID but with registers 7909 and 7910. The master data radio intercepts the read request and returns the
cached data it collects from the push data.
x7901 Device Address. Device address
x7902 MacTo. Device address in the first step along the routing path to communicate with the device listed in register x7901.
x7904 Status. x7909 Push Register 0, x7910 Push Register 1, through x7924 Push Register 16. Contents of the push registers of the slave listed in
register x7901.
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3 Technical Notes
Network Information Registers
The Master device network table maintains three pieces of data for every device in the system: Device or MAC Address, Route MAC
Address, and Route MACWhen. Repeater data radios contain this same network information about all child radios connected through it to
the master device.
MAC Address. Unique identifier for a data radio. The MAC Address is the lower 16-bits of the serial number (also referred to as the
Device Address).
Route MAC Address. Connection information; lists the MAC Address of the first hop for a routed message from the parent. When the
Route MAC Address and the MAC Address are the same, that device is directly linked to the parent device for whom the formation table
is formed. (See examples below).
Route MACWhen. Defines how often this parent can communicate to the child specified by the Route MAC Address entry.
• Route MACWhen = 128. Every timing slot is available to talk to a device (there are a total of 128 communication slots).
• Route MACWhen = 4. The device is available for 4 of 128 timing slots. This setting is typically used for battery-powered devices.
Master radio
Slave radio
(MAC 43211)
Repeater radio
(MAC 46123)
Slave radio
(MAC 44500)
Slave radio
(MAC 47215)
Network Formation Table for the Master
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Index
MAC Address (7002-7051)
Route MAC Address
(7302-7351)
Route MACWhen (7602-7651)
1
43211
43211
128
2
44500
46123
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MAC Address (7002-7051)
Route MAC Address
(7302-7351)
Route MACWhen (7602-7651)
3
47215
46123
32
4
46123
46123
32
Network Formation Table for the Repeater (Address 46123)
Index
MAC Address (7002-7051)
Route MAC Address
(7302-7351)
Route MACWhen (7602-7651)
1
47215
47215
4
2
44500
44500
4
Register 7001. Number of devices in the network formation table (MAC Address section)
Registers 7002–7051. Index 1 through index 50 for the MAC Address
Register 7301. Number of devices in the network formation table (Route MAC Address section)
Registers 7302–7351. Index 1 through index 50 for the device Route MAC Address
Register 7601. Number of devices in the network formation table (Route MACWhen section)
Registers 7602–7651. Index 1 through index 50 for the Route MACWhen
Register 6502. Modbus Offset. The starting Modbus Slave ID for the wireless system is defined in the master device at register 6502.
Factory default is set to 11.
Registers 6504–6553. Modbus Slave ID to Device Address List. Register 6504 contains the MAC Address of the first wireless Modbus
Slave ID. The first wireless Slave ID, factory default is 11, is defined by register 6502. If register 6504 contains the MAC Address of
Modbus Slave 11, register 6505 contains the MAC Address of Modbus Slave 12, et cetera.
The example table below is shown with a starting Modbus Slave ID of 11.
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Slave ID
Device Address
6504
11
43987
6505
12
56109
6506
13
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A
low pass filter 14
analog input parameters 9
analog output parameters 13
M
B
baseline 14
baseline drift filter 14
C
communication timeout 8
compensation median filter 14
continuous voltage 7, 12
counter input parameters 10
counter preset value 11
D
default output 8
default output state
analog output 13
switch power 12
delta 14
destination address
register 20
device address
register 20
discrete input parameters 8
E
enable frequency or event counter 11
enable h-bridge 11
enable input 6
extended input read 7
F
M-GAGE baseline 14
M-GAGE baseline drift filter 14
M-GAGE compensation median filter 14
M-GAGE delta 14
M-GAGE low pass filter 14
M-GAGE parameters 14
manufacturer parameter registers 18
master radio
register 19
maximum analog value
analog input 9
output 13
minimum analog value
analog input 9
output 13
Modbus register
switch power output 12
Modbus registers
analog input 9
analog output 13
counter input 10
default output parameters 8
discrete input 8
discrete output 12
H-Bridge outputs 11
I/O parameters 4
input parameters 5
M-GAGE 14
manufacturer parameters 18
output flash pattern 13
output parameters 7
SDI-12 15
standard inputs 4
standard outputs 5
switch power 6
model number register 19
factory default settings
returning to 13
flash index 8
flash output 8
full scale
analog input 9
analog output 13
out of sync 8
output flash pattern parameters 13
H
P
hold last state
analog output 13
switch power 12
hose timeout 8
hysteresis
M-GAGE 14
parameters
I/O 4
output 7
parent address
register 20
PNP or NPN
selecting 8
L
latch on change of state 8
O
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of its manufacture found to be defective at the time it is returned to the factory during
the warranty period. This warranty does not cover damage or liability for the improper
application of Banner products. This warranty is in lieu of any other warranty either
expressed or implied.
R
repeater radio
register 19
S
sample high
M-GAGE 14
sample high/low 8
sample interval 6
sample low
M-GAGE 14
sample rate 6
SDI-12 registers 15
site survey
results registers 20
triggering from the host system 20
rev. -
switch power 11
switch power inputs 6
switch power output 12
switch power voltage 7
switch power warm-up 7
T
temperature resolution 10
temperature scaling 9
thermocouple type 9
threshold
M-GAGE 14
W
warmup time 11
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