DL-100TM485 User Manual

DL-100TM485
DL-100TM485 User Manual
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Date: 2012/3/21
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Table of Contents
DL-100TM485 User Manual..................................................................................................................1
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................3
1
Hardware Information....................................................................................4
1.1
Specifications...........................................................................................4
1.2
Function Block ........................................................................................6
1.3
Pin Assignments ......................................................................................6
1.4
Wire Connections ....................................................................................7
2
Modbus RTU Protocol ................................................................................8
2.1
Modbus Mapping Table .............................................................................9
3
Utility Software............................................................................................13
3.1
3.2
3.3
Before you use the Utility Software.........................................................13
DL-100TM485 Utility .............................................................................14
Configuration ...........................................................................................15
4
Appendix......................................................................................................16
4.1
LCD Information: ....................................................................................16
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Introduction
The DL-100TM485 is a one-channel temperature and
humidity data logger module. It contains a single
built-in RS-485 communication interface and an LCD
indicator to display the module ID, temperature and
humidity data, and allows you define the log time
interval depending on your application.
The DL-100TM485 supports the Modbus RTU protocol.
Refer to Section 2 for more details.
We also provide software Utility that can be used to
retrieve log data and display it in a chart on your
desktop, and also allow you save the log data into an
Excel format file.
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1 Hardware Information
1.1 Specifications
Humidity & Temperature Sensor
Humidity Range
0 ~ 100% RH (Relative Humidity)
Humidity Resolution
0.1% RH
Typical: ±3% RH
Humidity Accuracy
Max.: Refer to Figure 1
Humidity Repeatability
±0.1% RH
Temperature Range
-20 ~ +60℃
Temperature Resolution
Temperature Accuracy
0.1℃
Typical: ±0.4℃
Temperature Repeatability
Max.: refer to Figure 2.
±0.1℃
LCD Display
LCD Duty
1/4
LCD Bias
1/3
LCD Operating Voltage
3.0 V
LCD Operating Frequency
64 Hz
Power
Protection
Power reverse polarity protection
Required Supply Voltage
+10 ~ +30 VDC
Power Consumption
≤ 0.15 W @ 24 VDC
Mechanical
Dimensions (W x L x H)
86 mm x 128 mm x 52 mm
Environment
Operating Temperature
-20 ~ +60℃
Storage Temperature
-30 ~+80℃
5 ~ 95% RH, Non-condensing
Relative Humidity
Communication
Interface
RS-485
Baud Rate
9600 bps
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)H 5
R% 4
±( 3
HR 2
Δ1
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Relative Humidity (%RH)
Figure 1: Maximum RH-tolerance at 25°C per sensor.
3
2.5
)℃ 2
±( 1.5
TΔ
1
0.5
0
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Temperature (℃)
Figure 2: Maximum T-tolerance per sensor.
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1.2
Function Block
8-Bit MCU
1.3
Pin Assignments
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1.4
Wire Connections
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2 Modbus RTU Protocol
The Modbus protocol was originally developed for
Modicon controllers by Modicon Inc. Detailed
information can be found at
http://www.modicon.com/techpubs/toc7.html. Visit
http://www.modbus.org to find more valuable
information.
The DL-100TM485 module supports the Modbus RTU
protocol. The communication Baud Rate is 9600bps,
and the parity, data bits and stop bits are fixed as no
parity, 8 data bits and 1 stop bit. The following Modbus
functions are supported.
Code
Description
Address
0x01
Read coils status
0xxxx
0x02
Read discrete inputs
1xxxx
0x03
Read multiple registers
4xxxx
0x04
Read multiple input registers
3xxxx
0x05
Write single coils
0xxxx
0x06
Write single register
4xxxx
0x0F
Write multiple coils
0xxxx
0x10
Write multiple register
4xxxx
If the function specified in the message is not
supported, then the module responds as follows.
Error
00
01
02
Response
Address
Function code
Exception code
1 Byte 1 ~ 247
1 Byte Function code + 0x80
1 Byte 01
If a CRC mismatch occurs, the module will not respond.
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2.1
Modbus Mapping Table
DL-100TM485 Modbus RTU Tables
Coils
Number Address
(Hex)
Function Access
Code(s)
Data
Type
Name
Comments
00257
256
(0x100)
01, 02,
05, 15
R/W
Bit
Enables or disables the logging
Function.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
00258
257
(0x101)
01, 02,
05, 15
R/W
Bit
Resets the value of the log records
counter to 0.
Set this bit to on to clear the log data counter
value. This bit will be set to 0 when cleared
successfully.
00259
258
(0x102)
01, 02,
05, 15
R/W
Bit
Set the page of the first log data which
you want to read.
There are two pages of log space available in
the DL-50M, and each page contains 32760
humidity and temperature data records.
10260
259
(0x103)
01, 02
R
Bit
Reset Bit.
This bit only returns a value of 1 when you read
it for the first time. In all other cases, it always
returns a value of 0.
10261
260
(0x104)
01, 02
R
Bit
The page number where the first log data
record is stored.
0: First page
1: Second page
10262
261
(0x105)
01, 02
R
Bit
The page number where the last log data
record is stored.
0: First page
1: Second page
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Input Registers
Number Address
(Hex)
Function Access
Code(s)
Data
Type
Name
Comments
30001
0
(0)
03, 04
R
Word
Humidity value.
The response value is the result of the original
value multiplied by 100.
30002
1
(1)
03, 04
R
Word
Temperature value in degrees Celsius.
The response value is the result of the original
value multiplied by 100.
30003
2
(2)
03, 04
R
Word
Temperature value in degrees
Fahrenheit.
The response value is the result of the original
value multiplied by 100.
365521
65520
(FFF0)
03, 04
R
Word
Firmware version.
The response value is a hex value. The high
byte denotes major version, the low byte
denotes minor version.
365522
65521
03, 04
R
Long HI
Module Name.
(FFF1)
The response value is a hex value. The high
byte denotes ‘D’, the low byte denotes ‘L’.
365523
65522
(FFF2)
03, 04
R
Long LO
Module Name.
365524
65523
(FFF3)
03, 04
R
Word
The number of log records.
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byte denotes ‘0’, the low byte denotes ‘50’.
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Value
Time
Value
Time
Value
Time
Value
Time
0
10 seconds
3
1 minute
6
1 hour
9
6 hours
1
20 seconds
4
5 minutes
7
2 hours
0x0A
12 hours
2
30 seconds
5
10 minutes
8
6 hours
0x0B
1 day
Table 1
Holding Registers
365525
65524
(FFF4)
03, 04
06, 16
R/W
Byte
The high byte: Module address
1~248
Bit
The low byte: The logging mode.
0: The module will stop logging if the
EEPROM memory is full.
1: The earliest stored data record will be
overwritten if the EEPROM memory is full.
365526
365527
365528
65525
03, 04
(0xFFF5)
06, 16
65526
03, 04
(0xFFF6)
06, 16
65527
(0xFFF7)
03, 04
06, 16
R/W
R/W
Byte
Sign
The high byte: LCD display items
00~3F
The low byte: The logging time
interval.
The allowed range is from 0 to 0x0B. Refer to
Table 1 for more information.
The high byte: Module baud rate
06~07
Byte
R/W
Word
06: 9600 bps; 07:19200 bps
The low byte: The temperature offset
value.
The unit is 0.1 degrees in Celsius, the range is
from -12.8℃ ~ 12.7℃.
The starting address of the logging
data record you want to read.
The response value will be filled with 0x7777
when this value is higher than the last address.
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365529
65528
(0xFFF8)
03, 04
06, 16
R/W
Byte
The numbers of logging data records
you want to read.
The response value will be filled with 0x7777
when this value is higher than the last address.
65529
(0xFFF9)
03, 04
06, 16
R/W
Word
The base year and month values.
The response value is a hex value. The high byte
denotes the ‘year’, the low byte denotes the
‘month’.
365531
65530
(0xFFFA)
03, 04
06, 16
R/W
Word
The base day and hour values.
The response value is a hex value. The high byte
denotes the ‘day’, the low byte denotes the
‘hour’.
365532
65531
03, 04
(0xFFFB) 06, 16
R/W
Word
The base minutes and seconds values.
The response value is a hex value. The high byte
denotes the ‘minutes’, the low byte denotes the
‘seconds’.
365533
65522
(0xFFFC)
03, 04
06, 16
R/W
Word
The current year and month values.
The response value is a hex value. The high byte
denotes the ‘current year’, the low byte denotes
the ‘the month’.
365534
65533
03, 04
(0xFFFD) 06, 16
R/W
Word
The current day and hour values.
The response value is a hex value. The high byte
denotes the ‘current day’, the low byte denotes
the ‘current hour’.
365535
65534
(0xFFFE)
R/W
Word
The current minute and second
values.
The response value is a hex value. The high byte
denotes the ‘current minute’, the low byte
denotes the ‘current second’.
365530
03, 04
06, 16
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3 Utility Software
3.1 Before you use the Utility Software
1.
2.
Before you use this Utility, please make sure you have installed
Microsoft .NET Framework 4. If you haven’t installed .NET Framework yet,
please refer to section 2 for more information, or refer to section 3 for
more information about the installation of this Utility.
To download .NET Framework, refer:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=9cfb2d51-5ff44491-b0e5-b386f32c0992&displaylang=en
3.
You also can find the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 web installer package
in the following location on the enclosed CD
(Napdos\Net_FrameWork\dotNetFx40_Full_setup.exe).
4.
The Utility software is located in the following location on the attached CD:
Napdos\Data_Logger\DL100T485\Utility.
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1. After launching the Utility, the program interface will be
displayed, as shown below:
Clicking “File” or the
icon opens a previous
DL-100TM485 logging data file stored on your PC.
Clicking “Connection->Connect->RS-232/RS-485” or the
icon creates a connection from the serial port.
Clicking “Connection->Disconnect” or the
icon
disconnects the connection between the PC and the
DL-100TM485.
Clicking *“Functions->Get Records” or the
icon
retrieves the logging data which is stored in the EEPROM
of the DL-100TM485 module.
Clicking *“Functions->Configuration” or the
icon
enables you to configure the DL-100TM485 module.
Clicking “Exit” or the
icon closes the Utility software.
*This function is only valid when a connection has been
successfully established between the PC and the
DL-100TM485 module.
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3.3 Configuration
After a connection between the PC and the DL-100TM485 has
been established, click the “
” icon to configure the
DL-100TM485. The configuration details are shown follows:
1. A new menu window would be created and the current module
configurations will be displayed. After changing the values, click
the “Set” button to update the configurations of the module.
2. The Log function would be disabled when you connect to the
DL-100 by this Utility software, please remember to enable the
log function before you terminate the Utility software.
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4 Appendix
4.1 LCD Information:
Module Address:
①
②
Area
LCD value
Details
①
Id
②
00~FF
Indicates that the currently
displayed information is the
module address.
Indicates the current module
address, 01 in this example.
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Temperature Value
①
③
②
Area
LCD value
①
Indicates that the currently
icon
displayed information is the
temperature.
DDD.D~-DD.D Indicates the current
temperature value.
℃ or ℉ icon Indicates the temperature units.
②
③
Details
Humidity Value
①
②
③
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Area
①
LCD value
icon
②
DD.D
③
% icon
Details
Indicates that the currently
displayed information is the
humidity.
Indicates the current humidity
value.
Indicates the humidity units.
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