Omega | CN32Pt, CN16Pt, CN16PtD, CN8Pt, CN8PtD | Owner Manual | Omega CN32Pt, CN16Pt, CN16PtD, CN8Pt, CN8PtD Owner Manual

Omega CN32Pt, CN16Pt, CN16PtD, CN8Pt, CN8PtD Owner Manual
CN32Pt, CN16Pt, CN16DPt, CN8Pt, CN8DPt, CN8EPt
DP32Pt, DP16Pt, DP8Pt, DP8EPt
Serial Communication Protocol
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Introduction........................................................................................................... 6
1.1
1.2
Purpose ................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Definition of Terms and Acronyms .......................................................................................................... 7
2 Hardware ................................................................................................................ 7
2.1
Communications Interfaces ......................................................................................................................... 7
RS-232 ............................................................................................................................ 7
RS-485 ............................................................................................................................ 7
USB Virtual Comm.......................................................................................................... 7
Ethernet ......................................................................................................................... 7
3 Protocol Description ........................................................................................... 8
3.1
Protocol ................................................................................................................................................................ 8
3.3
Response Format ............................................................................................................................................. 9
3.2
3.4
Command Structure ........................................................................................................................................ 8
Error Messages ................................................................................................................................................. 9
4 Platinum Series Messages ................................................................................. 9
4.1
4.2
Input Configuration......................................................................................................................................... 9
Filter Constant................................................................................................................................................. 11
4.3
Current Reading ............................................................................................................................................. 11
4.5
Valley Reading................................................................................................................................................. 12
4.4
Peak Reading ................................................................................................................................................... 12
4.6
TC Calibration Type ...................................................................................................................................... 12
4.8
TC Calibration Double Point Low ............................................................................................................ 12
4.7
4.9
TC Calibration Single Point ........................................................................................................................ 12
TC Calibration Double Point High ........................................................................................................... 12
4.10 Process Reading 1 (Low) ............................................................................................................................ 13
4.11 Process Range Input 1 (Low) .................................................................................................................... 13
4.12 Process Range Reading 2 (High) ............................................................................................................. 13
4.13 Process Range Input 2 (High) ................................................................................................................... 13
4.14 Tare Mode ......................................................................................................................................................... 14
4.15 Tare Reset ......................................................................................................................................................... 14
4.16 Number of Linearization Points............................................................................................................... 14
4.17 Linearization Reading .................................................................................................................................. 14
4.18 Linearization Input........................................................................................................................................ 15
4.19 Annunciator Mode ......................................................................................................................................... 15
4.20 Display Rounding ........................................................................................................................................... 15
4.21 Rate Mode ......................................................................................................................................................... 15
4.22 Process Type .................................................................................................................................................... 16
4.23 Display Configuration .................................................................................................................................. 16
4.24 Excitation Voltage .......................................................................................................................................... 17
4.25 Safety Configuration ..................................................................................................................................... 17
4.26 Loop Break Configuration .......................................................................................................................... 18
4.27 Set Point Low Limit ....................................................................................................................................... 18
4.28 Set Point High Limit ...................................................................................................................................... 18
4.29 Serial Communication Address ................................................................................................................ 18
4.30 USB Communication Address ................................................................................................................... 18
4.31 Ethernet Communication Address ......................................................................................................... 19
4.32 Serial Communication Config.................................................................................................................... 19
4.33 Serial Data Mode Config .............................................................................................................................. 20
4.34 Serial Modbus Mode ..................................................................................................................................... 20
4.35 Serial Data Format......................................................................................................................................... 20
4.36 Serial Communications Parameters ....................................................................................................... 21
4.37 USB Communications Configuration ..................................................................................................... 22
4.38 USB Data Mode Configuration .................................................................................................................. 22
4.39 USB Modbus Mode......................................................................................................................................... 22
4.40 USB Data Format ............................................................................................................................................ 23
4.41 Ethernet Communications Configuration ............................................................................................ 23
4.42 Ethernet Data Mode Configuration......................................................................................................... 23
4.43 Ethernet Data Format .................................................................................................................................. 23
4.44 Ethernet Modbus Mode ............................................................................................................................... 23
4.45 Setpoint 1 .......................................................................................................................................................... 23
4.46 Remote Setpoint Configuration................................................................................................................ 24
4.47 Setpoint 2 .......................................................................................................................................................... 24
4.48 Remote Process Range Setpoint Min ..................................................................................................... 24
4.49 Remote Process Range Setpoint Max .................................................................................................... 25
4.50 Remote Process Range Input Max........................................................................................................... 25
4.51 Remote Process Range Input Min ........................................................................................................... 25
4.52 PID Configuration .......................................................................................................................................... 25
4.53 PID Low Clamping Limit ............................................................................................................................. 26
4.54 PID High Clamping Limit ............................................................................................................................ 26
4.55 PID P Parameter ............................................................................................................................................. 26
4.56 PID I Parameter .............................................................................................................................................. 26
4.57 PID D Parameter............................................................................................................................................. 26
4.58 Output Mode .................................................................................................................................................... 27
4.59 Output Type ..................................................................................................................................................... 27
4.60 Output ON/OFF Configuration ................................................................................................................. 27
4.61 Output Alarm Configuration...................................................................................................................... 28
4.62 Hi Value .............................................................................................................................................................. 29
4.63 Low Value .......................................................................................................................................................... 29
4.64 On Delay............................................................................................................................................................. 29
4.65 Off Delay ............................................................................................................................................................ 29
4.66 HiHi Mode ......................................................................................................................................................... 29
4.67 HiHi Offset ......................................................................................................................................................... 30
4.68 Output Retransmission Reading 1 .......................................................................................................... 30
4.69 Output Retransmission Output 1 ............................................................................................................ 30
4.70 Output Retransmission Reading 2 .......................................................................................................... 30
4.71 Output Retransmission Output 2 ............................................................................................................ 30
4.72 Output Cycle Time/Pulse Width .............................................................................................................. 30
4.73 Output Range ................................................................................................................................................... 31
4.74 Time Format .................................................................................................................................................... 31
4.75 Multi Ramp/Soak Configuration.............................................................................................................. 31
4.76 Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Configuration ............................................................................................... 32
4.77 Multi Ramp/Soak Segment Event Configuration .............................................................................. 32
4.78 Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Segment Ramp Time................................................................................. 32
4.79 Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Segment Soak Process Value ................................................................. 32
4.80 Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Segment Soak Time ................................................................................... 32
4.81 INIT Password ................................................................................................................................................. 33
4.82 Program Password ........................................................................................................................................ 33
4.83 Version Number ............................................................................................................................................. 33
4.84 Version Upgrade............................................................................................................................................. 33
4.85 Bootloader Version ....................................................................................................................................... 34
4.86 Run Mode .......................................................................................................................................................... 34
4.87 Set Factory Defaults ...................................................................................................................................... 34
Introduction
PLATINUMTM Series Protocol User’s Guide
1 Introduction
1.1
Purpose
Defining the Platinum Series Serial Communications Protocols.
1.2
Definition of Terms and Acronyms
I2C
Base Device
Smart Input
Smart
Output
Sensor
Element
AC
DC
CS
RS232
CSV
COTS
ESD
2-wire serial interface
Device connected to slave device
Device supporting 1 or more Input
sensors
Device supporting 1 or more Output
Elements
One of the physical sensing elements
on a Smart Output
Alternating Current
Direct Current
Chip Select
Electrical signals used for serial
communications
Comma Separated Values
Commercially-Off-The-Shelf
Electro Static Discharge
ADC
DAC
RS485
CSV
Analog to Digital Converter
Digital to Analog Converter
Electrical signals used for serial
communications
Electrical signals used for serial
communications
Comma Separated Values
COTS
ESD
FW
HW
Commercially-Off-The-Shelf
Electro Static Discharge
Firmware
Hardware
I/O
LED
Hexadecimal
Input/output
Light Emitting Diode
Values expressed using base 16
(24)
RS232
2 Hardware
2.1
Communications Interfaces
The Platinum Series Protocol is designed to be an updated version of the original iSeries
protocol which can be used over serial connections using RS-232, RS-485, USB and serial
over Ethernet.
RS-232
Point-to-point connections at baud rates up to 115,200.
Hardware flow control is not supported.
RS-485
Multi-point connections. Up to 200 individual addresses can be assigned.
Single Ending character is supported (e.g., carrier return 0x0D). Multiple Ending
character is not supported (e.g. carrier return, line feed 0x0D 0x0A).
USB Virtual Comm
Point-to-point connections the same as RS-232.
Ethernet
The serial protocol is transmitted using TCP/IP on port 2000.
Platinum Echo mode ON is recommended.
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Protocol Description
3 Protocol Description
3.1
Protocol
The protocol is command/response, based on 4 command classes:
Get (G), Put (P), Read (R) and Write (W):
3.2
Get
Reads the current value resident in RAM.
Put
Writes a parameter to RAM without committing it to non-volatile memory.
Read
Retrieves the value of a parameter stored in non-volatile memory.
Write
Commits a parameter value to non-volatile memory.
Command Structure
The overall structure of a command packet is as follows:
•
Start of frame (SOF) character – usually ‘*’
•
Command class (GPRW)
•
Command ID – a hex number identifying the message.
•
Mandatory space if there are parameters following the command ID.
•
Parameter List.
•
An end of frame (EOF) character – usually a carriage return.
A unit address is optional.
An address is a hex-encoded number in the range 0-199 (00 – C7 hex) between the start of
frame and the command class.
Example: to get the current process value, without an address would be:
“*G110 <CR>”
In this case the command class is ‘G’, the command ID is 110 (hex) and this command
takes no parameters.
•
If this were addressed to unit 100 (hex value 64), the command would be:
“*64G110 <CR>”
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3.3
Response Format
The response format depends on whether a command echo has been selected. If selected,
the address (if present), command class and command ID precede the parameters
returned.
Example: if an echo is selected, the previous command would return:
“G110+32.0<CR>” (no address)
“64G110+32.0<CR> (if the unit responding had address = 64 (hex).
•
If echo is not selected, in both cases, only “+32.0<CR>” would be
returned.
For Put (P) and Write (W) type transactions, only the command is echoed if echo is on.
Thus, “*Pxxx yyyyyy<CR>” will echo “Pxxx<CR>”.
3.4
Error Messages
In the event of an error in the message format, an error string is returned:
“Command Failed Decode 0”
4 Platinum Series Messages
4.1
Input Configuration
Input Configuration
ID
Classes
0x100
RW
STYPE
SI1
Parameters
SI2
The parameters are as follows:
STYPE - Sensor Type
Value
Type
0
Thermocouple
1
RTD
2
Process Input
3
Thermistor
4
Remote
The meaning of the two sensor info fields, SI1 and SI2 depends on the sensor type
indicated in the STYPE field.
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For thermocouple type (STYPE = 0):
SI1 – Sensor Info 1 Thermocouple Type)
Value
Type
0
J
1
K
2
T
3
E
4
N
5
Reserved
6
R
7
S
8
B
9
C
10
Reserved
11
Reserved
For thermocouple, the SI2 field is irrelevant.
Example: to set input type to Type K thermocouple: “*W100 010<CR>”
For RTD Sensor type (STYPE = 1):
SI1 – Sensor Info 1 RTD Configuration
Value
Type
0
2 Wire
1
3 Wire
2
4 Wire
SI2 – Sensor Info 1 RTD ACRV Ohm Types
Value
Type
0
385 Curve, 100 ohms
1
385 Curve, 500 ohms
2
385 Curve, 1000 ohms
3
392 Curve, 100 ohms
4
3916 Curve, 100 ohms
For Process Input (STYPE = 2):
SI1 – Process Range
Value
0
1
2
3
2
5
6
7
*NS – Not currently supported.
Range
4 – 20 mA
0 – 24 mA
*NS
*NS
*NS
+/– 10 Vdc
+/ – 1.0 Vdc
+/ – 0.1 Vdc
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SI2 – Sensor Info 2 Process Manual/Live
0
1
Live
Manual
For Thermistor Type (STYPE = 3):
SE1 – Sensor Info 1 - Thermistor Type
0
1
2
2.25 K
5K
10K
The Sensor Info 2 Field is irrelevant when STYPE = 3.
For Remote Sensor Type (STYPE = 4).
This is not currently supported and is for future expansion.
4.2
Filter Constant
Filter Constant
ID
Classes
0x101
RW
Parameters
FC
The parameters are as follows:
FC
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Effect
No filtering (1 X rate)
X 2 filtering
X 4 filtering
X 8 filtering
X 16 filtering
X 32 filtering
X 64 filtering
X 128 filtering
Example: To set input filter to x2 “*W101 1<CR>”
4.3
Current Reading
Current Reading
ID
Classes
0x110
G
Parameters
This does not take any parameters.
To get current process reading: “*G110<CR>”
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4.4
Peak Reading
Peak Reading
ID
Classes
0x111
G
Parameters
This command does not take any parameters.
4.5
Valley Reading
ID
0x112
Valley Reading
Parameters
Classes
G
This command does not take any parameters.
4.6
TC Calibration Type
ID
0x120
Classes
RW
TC Calibration Type
Parameters
Mode
The parameters are as follows:
Mode
Value
0
1
2
3
4.7
TC Calibration Single Point
ID
0x121
4.8
Classes
RW
TC Calibration Single Point
Parameters
Value (float)
TC Calibration Double Point Low
ID
0x122
4.9
Effect
No Calibration
1 Point
2 Point
Ice Point
Classes
RW
TC Calibration Double Point Low
Parameters
Value (float)
TC Calibration Double Point High
ID
0x123
Classes
GPRW
TC Calibration Double Point High
Parameters
Value (float)
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4.10 Process Reading 1 (Low)
ID
0x130
Classes
RW
Process Reading 1 (Low)
Parameters
PR
ML
PR – Process Range
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Value
0
1
*NS – not currently supported.
ML – Manual/Live
Value (float)
Range
4 – 20 mA
0 – 24 mA
*NS
*NS
*NS
+/– 10 Vdc
+/ – 1.0 Vdc
+/ – 0.1 Vdc
Range
Manual Mode
Live Mode
4.11 Process Range Input 1 (Low)
ID
0x131
Classes
RW
Process Range Input - Low
Parameters
PR
ML
Value (float)
The parameters PR and ML, are the same as defined for command ID = 0x130.
4.12 Process Range Reading 2 (High)
ID
0x132
Classes
RW
Process Range Reading (High)
Parameters
PR
ML
Value (float)
The parameters PR and ML, are the same as defined for command ID = 0x130.
4.13 Process Range Input 2 (High)
ID
0x133
Classes
RW
Process Range Input - High
Parameters
PR
ML
Value (float)
The parameters PR and ML, are the same as defined for command ID = 0x130.
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4.14 Tare Mode
ID
Classes
0x140
RW
Tare Mode
Parameters
TM
TM – Tare Mode
Value
0
1
2
Effect
Tare Disabled
Tare Enabled
Tare Remote Control
4.15 Tare Reset
ID
Classes
0x141
GP
Tare Reset
Parameters
EN
EN – Enable Tare
Value
0
1
Action
Disable Tare
Enable Tare
4.16 Number of Linearization Points
ID
Classes
0x142
RW
N
Number of Linearization Points
Parameters
N – Number of Linearization Points
Action
0 to 10 Number of Linearization points
Value
[0..A]
4.17 Linearization Reading
ID
Classes
0x143
RW
Value
[0..A]
Value
P
Linearization Reading
Parameters
Value (float)
P –Linearization Point
Action
Select Linearization Point from 0 to 10
Linearization Reading Value
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4.18 Linearization Input
ID
Classes
0x144
RW
P
Value
[0..A]
Value
Linearization Input
Parameters
Value (float)
P –Linearization Point
Action
Select Linearization Point from 0 to 10
Linearization Input Value
4.19 Annunciator Mode
ID
Classes
0x145
RW
N.ANN
Value
[0..6]
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Annunciator Mode
Parameters
Mode
N.ANN - Annunciator Number
Select
Select Annunciator Number from 0 to 6
Mode - Annunciator Mode
Action
Disable Annunciator
Annunciator activated by Alarm 1
Annunciator activated by Alarm 2
Annunciator activated by Output 1
Annunciator activated by Output 2
Annunciator activated by Output 3
Annunciator activated by Output 4
Annunciator activated by RE.ON bit
Annunciator activated by SE.ON bit
Annunciator activated during any RAMP cycle
Annunciator activated during any SOAK cycle
4.20 Display Rounding
Display Rounding
Parameters
Value (float)
ID
Classes
0x146
RW
4.21 Rate Mode
ID
Classes
0x147
RW
EN
Rate Mode
Parameters
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EN – Rate Mode
Value
0
1
Effect
Disable Rate Mode
Disable Rate Mode
4.22 Process Type
ID
Classes
0x148
RW
Process Type
Parameters
PT
PT – Process Type
Value
0
1
2
Type
Single Ended
Differential
Ratiometric
4.23 Display Configuration
ID
0x200
Classes
RW
DP
Display Configuration
Parameters
UNIT
COLOR
BRT
The parameters are as follows:
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
2
Value
1
2
3
DP - Decimal Point
Units
Color
Effect
Display as F.FFF
Display as FF.FF
Effect
No units applied
Values converted to °C
Values converted to °F
Effect
GREEN
RED
AMBER
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BRT - Brightness
Value
0
1
2
Brightness
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
4.24 Excitation Voltage
ID
0x210
Classes
RW
EV
Excitation Voltage
Parameters
The parameters are as follows:
EV – Excitation Voltage
Value
0
1
2
3
4
Voltage
0 Volts
5 Volts
10 Volts
12 Volts
24 Volts
4.25 Safety Configuration
ID
0x220
Classes
RW
POR
Safety Configuration
Parameters
OR
LBE
The parameters are as follows:
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
POR – Power On Run
Voltage
Go to standby when powered on
Go to run when powered on
OR – Operate Run
Voltage
Disabled
Enabled
LBE - Loop Break Enabled
Value
0
1
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
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4.26 Loop Break Configuration
ID
0x221
Classes
RW
LBE
Loop Break Configuration
Parameters
MINMS MINLS SECMS
SECLS
LBE - Loop Break Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Value
0
1
The parameters MINMS, MINLS define the minutes in the loop break time. MINMS is the
most significant part of the minutes, MINLS the least significant. Both are in hex format.
For example: to encode 100 minutes, MINMS = 6, MINLS = 4. (64 hex).
The second’s portion of the loop break time is similarly defined in SECMS, SECLS.
4.27 Set Point Low Limit
ID
0x222
Set Point Low Limit
Parameters
Value (float)
Classes
RW
4.28 Set Point High Limit
ID
0x223
Set Point High Limit
Parameters
Value (float)
Classes
RW
4.29 Serial Communication Address
ID
0x300
Classes
RW
Serial Communications Address
Parameters
AMS
ALS
The parameters are as follows:
AMS and ALS are the most significant and least significant nibble of the serial
communications address in hex format. The address must be in the range 0 to 199
(decimal).
For example: if an address of 100 (decimal ) is to be used, the hex value of the address
would be 0x64 so AMs would be ‘6’ and ALS would be ‘4’.
4.30 USB Communication Address
ID
0x301
Classes
RW
USB Communications Address
Parameters
AMS
ALS
The format and parameter usage is the same as for the serial communications address.
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4.31 Ethernet Communication Address
ID
0x302
Classes
RW
Ethernet Communications Address
Parameters
AMS
ALS
The format and parameter usage is the same as for the serial communications address.
4.32 Serial Communication Config
ID
0x310
Classes
RW
Serial Communications Configuration
Parameters
PROT
DM
LFE
ECHO
SEP
The parameters are as follows:
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
PROT- Protocol
Protocol
Omega Protocol
Modbus Protocol
Data Mode – Data Mode
Voltage
Command
Continuous
LFE – Line Feed Enabled
Voltage
Don’t insert line feed on responses
Insert line feed
ECHO – Response Echo Enabled
Voltage
No echo.
Echo command in response
SEP - Separation Character (Omega Protocol)
Value
Effect
0
Use <space> character between records
1
Use <CR> between records
The Serial Communications Configuration must be set before the Serial Data Mode
(ID = 0x311).
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4.33 Serial Data Mode Config
ID
0x311
Serial Communications Data Mode Config
Classes
Parameters
RW
MODE
Interval - seconds ( variable length - float)
MODE – (Omega Protocol)
Interactive command mode
Continuous mode
0
1
Serial Modbus Mode Config
The interval is specified as a floating point number in seconds when the continuous mode
is specified.
Example: setting serial to continuous mode with 5 second interval:
“*P311 1 5.0<CR>”
4.34 Serial Modbus Mode
ID
0x314
Classes
RW
MODE
Serial Modbus Mode
Parameters
MODE - Modbus
Value
0
1
Mode
RTU
ASCII
4.35 Serial Data Format
ID
0x312
Classes
RW
AS
Serial Data Format
Parameters
RE
PE
VE
UE
AS – Alarm Status Enabled in Continuous Mode
Value
Voltage
0
Don’t send alarm status in cont. mode
1
Send alarm status
RE – Readings Enabled in Continuous Mode
Value
Voltage
0
Don’t send readings in cont. mode
1
Send readings
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PE – Peak Readings Enabled in Continuous Mode
Value
Voltage
0
Don’t send peak readings in cont. mode
1
Send peak readings
VE – Valley Readings Enabled in Continuous Mode
Value
Voltage
0
Don’t send valley readings in cont. mode
1
Send valley readings
UE – Valley Readings Enabled in Continuous Mode
Value
Voltage
0
Don’t append measurement units in cont. mode
1
Append measurement units in cont. mode.
4.36 Serial Communications Parameters
ID
0x313
Classes
RW
Serial Communications Parameters
Parameters
MODE
BR
PAR
DB
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MODE - Serial Mode
BR - Serial Baud Rate
SB
Mode
RS232
RS485
Rate
300 Baud
600 Baud
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
19200 Baud
38400 Baud
57600 Baud
115200 Baud
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PAR - Parity
Value
0
1
2
Parity
None
Odd
Even
DB - Data Bits
Value
0
1
SB - Stop Bits
Value
0
1
Bits
7
8
Bits
1
2
4.37 USB Communications Configuration
ID
0x320
USB Communications Configuration
Parameters
PROT
DM
LFE
ECHO
Classes
RW
SEP
This is for use with a virtual com serial port. The usage of the parameters is the same as
for the Serial Communications Message.
4.38 USB Data Mode Configuration
ID
0x321
Classes
RW
USB Communications Data Mode Config
Parameters
MODE
Interval - seconds (float)
The usage of the parameters for this command is the same as for the Serial
Communications Data Mode (ID = 0x311).
4.39 USB Modbus Mode
ID
0x323
Classes
RW
MODE
0
1
USB Modbus Mode
Parameters
MODE - Modbus
RTU
ASCII
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4.40 USB Data Format
ID
0x312
Classes
RW
AS
Serial Data Format
Parameters
RE
PE
VE
UE
The usage of the parameters for this command is the same as for the Serial Data Format
(ID = 0x312).
4.41 Ethernet Communications Configuration
ID
0x330
Ethernet Communications Configuration
Parameters
PROT
DM
LFE
ECHO
SEP
Classes
RW
The usage of the parameters for this command is the same as for the Serial
Communications Configuration (ID = 0x310).
4.42 Ethernet Data Mode Configuration
ID
0x331
Ethernet Communications Data Mode Config
Classes
Parameters
RW
MODE
Interval - seconds (float)
The usage of the parameters for this command is the same as for the Serial
Communications Data Mode (ID = 0x311).
4.43 Ethernet Data Format
ID
0x332
Classes
RW
AS
Ethernet Data Format
Parameters
RE
PE
VE
UE
The usage of the parameters for this command is the same as for the Serial Data Format
command (ID = 0x312).
4.44 Ethernet Modbus Mode
ID
0x333
Classes
RW
0
1
MODE
Ethernet Modbus Mode
Parameters
MODE - Modbus
RTU
ASCII
4.45 Setpoint 1
ID
0x400
Classes
GPRW
Setpoint 1
Parameters
Setpoint Value - variable length ( float)
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4.46 Remote Setpoint Configuration
ID
0x401
Classes
RW
EN
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
2
3
Remote Setpoint Configuration
Parameters
PR
EN – Enable Remote Setpoint
Action
Enable Remote Setpoint
Disable Remote Setpoint
PR - Output Process Range
Range
4 - 20 V
0 – 24 V
0 – 10 V
0–1V
4.47 Setpoint 2
ID
0x410
Classes
RW
Setpoint 2
TYPE
Parameters
Setpoint Value - variable length ( float)
TYPE - Setpoint Type
Value
0
1
Action
Setpoint value given as fixed constant
Setpoint value is deviation (+/-) Setpoint 1 value
4.48 Remote Process Range Setpoint Min
ID
0x420
Classes
RW
Remote Process Range Setpoint Minimum
Parameters
PR
Setpoint Value (float – variable length)
The parameters are as follows:
Value
0
1
2
3
PR - Output Process Range
Range
4 - 20 V
0 – 24 V
0 – 10 V
0–1V
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4.49 Remote Process Range Setpoint Max
ID
0x422
Classes
RW
Remote Process Range Setpoint Maximum
Parameters
PR
Setpoint Value (float – variable length)
The process range parameter PR is as defined for the Remote Process Range Setpoint Min
command (ID = 0x420).
4.50 Remote Process Range Input Max
ID
0x423
Classes
RW
Remote Process Range Input Maximum
Parameters
PR
Setpoint Value (float – variable length)
The process range parameter PR is as defined for the Remote Process Range Setpoint Min
command (ID = 0x420).
4.51 Remote Process Range Input Min
ID
0x421
Classes
RW
Remote Process Range Input Minimum
Parameters
PR
Setpoint Value (float – variable length)
The process range parameter PR is as defined for the Remote Process Range Setpoint Min
command (ID = 0x420).
4.52 PID Configuration
ID
0x500
Classes
RW
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
CA
PID Configuration
Parameters
AC
CA - Control Action
Action
Output active if P.V. < Setpoint
Output active if P.V. > Setpoint
AC – Adaptive Control
Action
Enable Adaptive Control
Disable Adaptive Control
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4.53 PID Low Clamping Limit
ID
0x501
Classes
RW
CLMS
PID Low Clamping Limit
Parameters
CLLS
The hex-encoded byte fields CLMS, CLLS form the hex representation of the limit (percent)
0-100
For example: if the limit were to be 35 (decimal) the hex representation would be 23, so
CLMS would equal 2 and CLLS 3.
4.54 PID High Clamping Limit
ID
0x502
Classes
RW
CLMS
PID High Clamping Limit
Parameters
CLLS
The encoding of the high clamping limit is the same as for the low clamping limit.
4.55 PID P Parameter
ID
0x503
Classes
RW
PID P-Parameter
Parameters
P-parameter Value (float – variable length)
4.56 PID I Parameter
ID
0x504
Classes
RW
PID I-Parameter
Parameters
I-parameter Value (float – variable length)
4.57 PID D Parameter
ID
0x505
Classes
RW
PID D-Parameter
Parameters
D-parameter Value (float – variable length)
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4.58 Output Mode
ID
0x600
Classes
RW
NOUT
Output Mode
Parameters
MODE
NOUT – the output number (1-4)
MODE - Output Mode
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Mode
Output maintained in OFF state
Output control by PID control function
Output controlled by ON-OFF control function
Output retransmits the scaled process variable
Output set by ALARM 1 state
Output set by ALARM 2 state
Output set by Ramp & Soak RE.ON control bit
Output set by Ramp & Soak SE.ON control bit
4.59 Output Type
ID
0x601
Classes
G
Output Type
Parameters
NOUT
NOUT – the output number
This returns the output type for the specified output as a hex encoded string as follows:
Code Returned (hex encoded)
000
001
002
004
008
010
020
Output Types
Type
No output available
Single Poll Relay
SSR output
Double Poll Relay
DC Pulse output
Analog Output
Isolated Analog Output
4.60 Output ON/OFF Configuration
ID
0x610
Classes
RW
NOUT
Output On/Off Config
Parameters
RD
Dead Band Value (float – variable length)
NOUT is the output number (1-4)
Value
0
1
RD – Reverse/Direct
Action
Reverse
Direct
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4.61 Output Alarm Configuration
ID
0x620
Classes
RW
NAL
Output Alarm Configuration
Parameters
TYP MODE COLOR
HHEN
LAT
CNT
PO
NAL is the alarm number (1-2)
0
1
2
3
4
Value
0
1
2
Value
0
1
2
3
Value
0
1
Value
0
1
2
3
Value
0
1
TYP- Alarm Type
Alarm not active
Alarm triggered if PV > ALM.H
Alarm trigger if PV < ALM.L
Alarm trigger if PV > ALM.H or PV < ALM.L
Alarm trigger if PV > ALM.L and PV < ALM.H
MODE - Alarm Mode
Mode
Alarm setpoint is fixed constant
Alarm is offset from Setpoint 1
Alarm is offset from Setpoint 2
Color
Alarm Color
No color
GREEN
RED
AMBER
HHEN – HiHi Mode
Action
Enable Hi Hi Mode
Disable Hi Hi Mode
LAT- Alarm Latch Control
Action
Alarm does not latch
Alarm state will be latched, clear by front panel
Alarm state will be latched, clear by digital input
Alarm state latched, clear by front panel or input
CNT – Contact Polarity
Polarity
Contacts OPEN until activated
Contacts CLOSED until activated
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PO – Power On Enable
Not active on power-on
Active on power-on
0
1
4.62 Hi Value
ID
0x621
Classes
RW
NAL
Alarm Hi Value
Parameters
Hi Value (float – variable length)
NAL = alarm number (1-2).
4.63 Low Value
ID
0x622
Classes
RW
NAL
Alarm Low Value
Parameters
Low Value (float – variable length)
NAL
Alarm On Delay
Parameters
On Delay - seconds (float – variable length)
4.64 On Delay
ID
0x623
Classes
RW
NAL = alarm number (1 – 2).
4.65 Off Delay
ID
0x624
Classes
RW
NAL
Alarm Off Delay
Parameters
Off Delay - seconds (float – variable length)
NAL – alarm number (1-2).
4.66 HiHi Mode
ID
0x625
Classes
RW
HiHi Mode
NAL
ON/OFF
Parameters
NAL – alarm number.
0
1
ON/OFF
On
Off
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4.67 HiHi Offset
ID
0x626
Classes
RW
NAL
Alarm HiHi Offset
Parameters
Offset (float – variable length)
4.68 Output Retransmission Reading 1
ID
0x630
Classes
RW
Output Retransmission Reading 1
Parameters
NOUT
Reading Value (float – variable length)
NOUT – output number (1-4).
4.69 Output Retransmission Output 1
ID
0x631
Classes
RW
Output Retransmission Output 1
Parameters
NOUT
Output Value (float – variable length)
NOUT – output number (1-4).
4.70 Output Retransmission Reading 2
ID
0x632
Classes
RW
Output Retransmission Reading 2
Parameters
NOUT
Reading Value (float – variable length)
NOUT = output number (1-4).
4.71 Output Retransmission Output 2
ID
0x633
Classes
RW
Output Retransmission Output 2
Parameters
NOUT
Output Value (float – variable length)
NOUT – output number (1-4).
4.72 Output Cycle Time/Pulse Width
ID
0x650
Classes
RW
NOUT – output number.
Output Cycle Time/Pulse Width
Parameters
NOUT
Cycle Time - seconds (float – variable length)
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4.73 Output Range
ID
0x660
Classes
RW
NOUT
Output Range
Parameters
RANGE
RANGE
Value
0
1
2
3
4
Range
0 – 10V
0 – 5V
0-20V
4-20V
0-24V
4.74 Time Format
ID
0x700
Classes
RW
FMT
0
1
2
Time Format
Parameters
FMT - Time Format
MM.SS displayed
HH.MM displayed
S.MMM displayed
4.75 Multi Ramp/Soak Configuration
ID
0x720
Classes
RW
RS
0
1
2
Ramp/Soak Config
Parameters
RS – Ramp Soak Mode
Ramp/Soak Disabled
Ramp/Soak Enabled
Ramp/Soak Remote Control
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4.76 Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Configuration
ID
0x721
Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Config
Parameters
PMS
PLS
SC
TE
Classes
RW
PMS, PLS form the profile number in hex form. PMS is the most significant hex digit, PLS
the least significant.
For example: segment 31 (0x1f) would be encoded as PMS = ‘1’, PLS = ‘F’
SC is the segment count (0 – 15) encoded as a single hex digit.
0
1
TE- Tracking Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
4.77 Multi Ramp/Soak Segment Event Configuration
ID
0x730
Classes
RW
Multi Ramp/Soak Event Config
Parameters
NSEG
RE
SE
PMS, PLS identify the profile number as in Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Configuration (ID =
0x721).
NSEG is the segment number encoded as a single hex digit (0-F).
RE – Ramp enabled (1) or disabled (0) for segment.
SE – Soak enabled (1) or disabled (0) for segment.
4.78 Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Segment Ramp Time
ID
0x731
Classes
RW
Multi Ramp/Soak Segment Ramp Time
Parameters
NSEG
Ramp Time Seconds ( float, variable length)
NSEG is a single hex digit identifying the segment number.
4.79 Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Segment Soak Process Value
ID
0x732
Classes
RW
Multi Ramp/Soak Segment Soak Process Value
Parameters
NSEG
Soak Value ( float, variable length)
NSEG is a single hex digit identifying the segment number.
4.80 Multi Ramp/Soak Profile Segment Soak Time
ID
0x733
Classes
RW
Multi Ramp/Soak Segment Soak Time
Parameters
NSEG
Soak Time - seconds ( float, variable length)
PMS, PLS pair identify the profile number as in the Multi-Ramp Profile Config message (ID
= 0x721).
NSEG is a single hex digit identifying the segment number.
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4.81 INIT Password
ID
0xF00
Classes
RW
INIT Password
Parameters
PWD3
PWD2
PWD1
PWD0
EN
EN – Enable Init (1) / Disable Init (0)
The parameters PWD0-3 form a hex encoded number. The range of each must be 0-9.
For Example; ‘1234’ would be encoded as PWD3 = 1, PWD2 = 2, PWD1 = 3, PWD0 = 4.
4.82 Program Password
ID
0xF01
Classes
RW
Program Password
Parameters
PWD3
PWD2
PWD1
PWD0
EN
EN – Enable Programming (1) / Disable Programming (0)
The parameters PWD0-3 form a hex encoded number. The range of each must be 0-9.
4.83 Version Number
ID
0xF20
Version Number
Parameters
Classes
G
This command returns the current firmware version number as a hex encoded string. The
format is:
•
Major (2 bytes)
•
Minor (2 bytes)
•
Fix (2 bytes)
•
Build (2 bytes)
Example: If the current version is 01.00.05.00 the command “*GF20<CR>” would return
“01000500”
4.84 Version Upgrade
ID
0xF21
Classes
P
SEL
Version Upgrade
Parameters
This command forces a firmware upgrade, followed by a reboot.
The SEL parameter determines the method to be used.
1
2
3
SEL – Firmware Upgrade Method
EIP Serial Port
User Serial Port
USB Thumb drive.
Example: to upgrade using the USB Thumb drive the drive would be inserted into the USB
port, followed by the serial command “*PF21 3<CR>”
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4.85 Bootloader Version
ID
0xF22
Bootloader Version Number
Parameters
Classes
G
This retrieves the bootloader version number in exactly the same manner as the version
number command (ID = 0xF20).
4.86 Run Mode
ID
Classes
0xF23
GP
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Run Mode
Parameters
SS
LOAD
IDLE
INPUT_ADJUST
CONTROL_ADJUST
MODIFY
WAIT
RUN
STANDBY
STOP
PAUSE
FAULT
SHUTDOWN
AUTOTUNE
SS - System State
File transfer in progress
Idle, no control
Adjusting input value
Adjusting output value
Modify parameter in OPER mode
Waiting for RUN condition
System is running
Standby mode
Stopped mode
Paused mode
Fault detected
Shutdown condition detected
Autotune in progress
4.87 Set Factory Defaults
ID
0xF30
Classes
P
EN
Bootloader Version Number
Parameters
To reset factory defaults, use the command “*PF30 1<CR>”
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