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Omega CN616A/DP600A Owner Manual
Omega Sync - Omega Device Software
User Manual
Version 1.0.0
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Table of Contents
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Introduction .......................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1
Licensing ........................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2
Use Scenarios ................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2.1
Device Configuration................................................................................................................ 3
1.2.2
Short Term Data Graphing ....................................................................................................... 3
2
Installation ............................................................................................................................................ 4
3
Use Omega Sync ................................................................................................................................... 5
3.1
Omega Sync Device Configuration Interface ................................................................................... 5
3.1.1
Device Auto Detection ............................................................................................................. 5
3.1.2
Add or Delete Device Button ................................................................................................... 5
3.1.3
Device List ................................................................................................................................ 5
3.1.4
Device Attributes ..................................................................................................................... 6
3.1.5
Menu Tabs................................................................................................................................ 6
3.1.6
Configuration Panel ................................................................................................................. 6
3.1.7
Process Value Panel ................................................................................................................. 6
3.1.8
Model Setup ............................................................................................................................. 6
3.1.9
Program/Run Mode ................................................................................................................. 6
3.1.10
Start/Stop All PID Control ........................................................................................................ 6
3.2
Omega Sync Data Interface.............................................................................................................. 8
3.2.1
Live/Stop .................................................................................................................................. 8
3.2.2
Export ....................................................................................................................................... 8
3.2.3
Help .......................................................................................................................................... 8
3.2.4
Chart Resize.............................................................................................................................. 8
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1 Introduction
Omega Sync is a generic device configuration tool. Omega Sync 1.0.0 supports devices CN616A,
DP606A/DP612A. It allows users to configure device runtime parameters, to view process values and to
export data. Omega Sync does not support long term process value storage where another Omega
software does. Please consider Omega Enterprise Gateway (OEG) for long term data logging and analytics.
OEG web client is platform independent.
The Omega Sync can be installed in Windows® 7/8/10, Windows Server 2008/2012/2016.
The minimum hardware requirements for server installation are: Dual core: CPU 2.4 GHz or up; Memory: 4
GB or up; Hard drive: 250 GB or up.
1.1
Licensing
Omega Sync is free to all customers who use Omega devices. The software is governed by Omega’s EULA
and is also subject to open source licensing.
1.2
Use Scenarios
Omega Sync is used for device configuration and viewing process data.
1.2.1
Device Configuration
Omega Sync provides a universal interface for the ease configuration of Omega devices. User should refer
to the device user’s manual on how to operate devices.
1.2.2
Short Term Data Graphing
Under certain circumstances, users may want to capture device process values to ensure that the device
configuration is done correctly. Omega Sync supports the features of short-term data trend viewing and
export. If users want to capture long term data, Omega Enterprise Gateway should be considered.
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2 Installation
Omega Sync provides ClickOnce installer package for installation. The steps are followed:
1. Unzip the Omega Sync zipped file downloaded from https://www.Omega.com
2. Included in the installer package are Omega Sync application files, setup.exe, User Manual,
Release Notes, License and Copyright Notice and End User License Agreement (Figure 1).
3. Users will click the setup.exe to install and launch Omega Sync the first time (Figure 2).
4. A desktop shortcut icon of Omega Sync (Figure 3) is created after the installation. Users will
launch Omega Sync using the desktop shortcut afterwards.
Figure 1. Unzipped Omega Sync installer package folder
Figure 2. ClickOnce Installer
Figure 3. Omega Sync Desktop Icon
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3 Use Omega Sync
Omega Sync has two main user interfaces: Device Configuration and Device Data View/Export.
3.1
Omega Sync Device Configuration Interface
Figure 4. Device Configuration Interface
Device Configuration Interface (Figure 4) is the first view you see after Omega Sync is launched.
3.1.1
Device Auto Detection
A device of properly set for communication with endpoint device address on a bus being 1 can be
automatically detected and added to the device list when Omega Sync is launched, or when re-plugging
into a COM port. Please refer to the Tech Notes that comes with the device on how to set device
connection to Omega Sync.
3.1.2
Add or Delete Device Button
The Add Device Wizard (Figure 5(a)(b)(c)) will lead you to add a connected device to Omega Sync. CN616,
DP606A/DP612A supports serial connection only. Default serial interface settings (Figure 5(c)) are
provided in the wizard. Please refer to device user’s guide for other serial interface setting options if
default settings are not applicable. The device can be removed by clicking on the Delete button.
3.1.3
Device List
Listing all connected devices. The device name consists of COM port, device address and model. Users
can switch between devices in the list to do configuration or capture data.
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3.1.4
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Device Attributes
Listing the model, hardware/firmware versions, the total number of supported zones, and the hyperlink to
user’s manual.
3.1.5
Menu Tabs
Users can switch views between device configuration interface and data trending view. Settings menu
allows users to set display refresh rate (Figure 7). The recommended refresh rate is 2 second. Help menu
provides support, contacts and information about Omega Sync.
3.1.6
Configuration Panel
Users can configure sensor type, subtype, units, decimal points, alarm type, alarm latch, system state, scan
time. Users can enable/disable zones, start/stop PID profile and open the setting dialog (Figure 6) to PID
auto-tune, to configure PID, alarm and scaling factors per zone. Please refer to the device user’s guide for
parameter details.
3.1.7
Process Value Panel
Displaying device process value and unit per zone. Alarm status and zone active status are indicated in
colors of red (alarm condition triggered), gray (disabled zone) or black (normal reading).
3.1.8
Model Setup
Click to open the dialog to enable/disable password, set password or do factory reset of the selected
device (Figure 8).
3.1.9
Program/Run Mode
Toggle to set the selected device in either program or run mode. While in the program mode alarm
triggers are reset and control outputs are turned off for all zones. Please refer to the device user’s guide
for details.
3.1.10 Start/Stop All PID Control
Toggle to start/stop PID profile for all active zones instead of toggling a button at a time in each zone.
Figure 5(a). Add Device Wizard
Figure 5(b). Add Device Wizard – selected device driver
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Figure 5 (c). Add Device Wizard – default serial interface settings of the selected driver
Figure 6. Configuration Dialog for PID, Alarm and Scaling Factors.
Figure 7. Data Refresh Rate Setting
Figure 8. Model Setup
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3.2
Omega Sync Data Interface
Data Interface provides a chart displaying real-time data from devices (Figure 9) and other chart functional
uses such as start/stop live data, export data in a CSV file. The data range will subject to the life time of
the chart. Data will be lost if it is switched to the device view and back. Data collection will restart after
switching back to live data.
Figure 9. Data Interface
3.2.1
Live/Stop
Toggle on/off real-time data trending.
3.2.2
Export
Click to export the trending data into a .csv file.
3.2.3
Help
Click to show the detail information of how to use the live data chart (Figure 10).
3.2.4
Chart Resize
Click to reset the live data chart size.
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Figure 10. Chart Help Information
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