User Manual

User Manual
User Manual
Model: DN-GI200
DACELL CO.,LTD.
Address : 681-1 Cheoksan -Ri ,Nami - Myeon , Cheongwon - Gun ,
Chung-Buk,Korea
TEL : 82-43-260-2242
FAX : 82-43-260-2245
http://www.dacell.com
E-Mail : [email protected]
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Thank you for choosing our product.
The User Manual explains how to use and how to be careful of the product. Wrong handling
may cause safety accidents and damage of the product. Therefore, you must read the user
manual before using the product and use it correctly.
If any issues occur while you use the product, refer to the user manual or contact the technical
department of our company.
※ Details of the user manual can be changed without any notice according to a version of the
product.
1. Characteristic
The product amplifies the output signals of various sensors, converts them into digital and
then indicates them as graphs on a LCD; the graph data are saved on a SD memory and
analyzed in a PC. Details of the characteristics are as below:
1-1. A/D Conversion Method
A/D device is adapted which is converting the input signals from a sensor over 1000 times per
second.
1-2. Calibration Method
Two methods are available that one is an auto calibration by an actual load (standard weight)
and the other is a manual calibration by inputting the rated input value of a sensor.
1-3. Various Input &Output Functions
The internal parameter can be set up by using the touch of the front panel and the auto zero
function can be performed.
On the rear panel, RS-232C connection terminal, relay contact output terminal,
graph/memory/pattern/select/hold/zero input terminals are available.
1-4. Replay output function
Display the measured the analog input, and output the result comparing the set HH, HI values
and LO, LL values to the relay contact signal.
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1-5. Data Preservation Function
In case of a blackout or the electric power is cut off, the inputted data is preserved because the
setting values such as zero, scale, relay etc. are stored in a flash memory device.
1-6. Display Method & Control Function of Response Speed
Two types, digital filter and analog filter for a sensor input are adapted in order to obtain the
required response speed according to the digital display and purpose of the front panel.
1-7. Various Data Output
As an option, the analog power output (±10V) BCD, BIN output, serial interface (RS-232C) 420mA, and 0-20mA analog current output can be used.
2. Standard built-in Product
1) Main body
2) Instruction manual
2-1. Cautions for Installation and Use
For a safe use of the product, please read and be familiar with the following cautions.
• Make sure that the installation site has no water.
• The site of installation must be free from vibration, impact, high temperature and humidity,
dust, and air containing salt and ion.
• The sites containing inflammable gas or steam, and dust must not be avoided for installation.
• Ground terminal (GND) must be grounded.
• Make sure that the wiring of a wattmeter or with lots of noise should be wired separately.
• For an analog output, surely connect a load over 10KΩ without fail and do not connect an
inductive load.
• For a sensor cable, you must use four-wire two pair shield cable.
(In case of the wiring with lots of noise, it must be wired separately.)
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2-2. Cautions for Use
• As the product is a precision instrument to measure physical quantity, be careful of having an
effect of noise.
(If required, select an optional noise block method: Main noise source – wiring of a
wattmeter, wireless equipment, electric welder, motor, inverter etc.)
• Do not remodel the product for other purposes other than measuring.
• For the no load condition and actual load inputs, wait until it is stable without wobble and
then input them.
• Pressing a touch key under unstable condition causes a calibration error.
• Do not press the touch key arbitrarily in use, and refer to the function and input method of
the touch key (5. Name and function of display screen)
3. Specifications
3-1. Input Section (Ach)
Sensor power: DC10V, 5V, 2.5V ±10% output below 120mA
Conformance sensor: Various sensors (four-wire system) of a strain gauge type
(Parallel connection is available for 350Ω strain gauge type sensor up to 4 units.)
Input signal range: -3.5mV/V~+3.5mV/V
Indication: Comply with the digital scaling.
Input calibration rage: 0.1~3.5mV/V (CAL)
Display (load) rage: -99999 ~ +99999
Nonlinearity: Within ±0.02% FS+1digit (When inputting 3mV/V) (23℃±5℃)
Analog filter: Select it between 10, 100 and 1000(Hz).
3-2. Input Section (B ch)
3-3. General Specifications
Backup: The setting data (data zero value & display screen) is saved in a flash ROM.
Data setting method: The operation of each setting menu and touch panel
Power: AC100~AC240V ± 10%(50/60Hz)
Consumption power: About 50VA (maximum)
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Dimension: 96mm (W) × 96mm (H) × 160mm (D)
Used temperature-humidity range: 0~40℃, 35~~85% RH (non-dew condensation)
Weight: About 1.0kg
4. Front and Rear Panel
4-1. Front Panel
4-3 Mounting drawing
① Touch panel LCD: Display & display the data.
② SD memory: Save the measured data.
4-2 Rear Panel
③ DIO
④ 232 communication panel (COM, TXD, RXD)
⑤ Sensor input terminal
⑥ CAL, FILTER
⑦ Ach digital input
⑧ Sensor input terminal (Encoder)
⑨ Bch DIGTAL input
⑩ Power input terminal (AC 90~220V)
⑪ GND terminal
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5. DIO instruction
5-1 DIO D-SUB 26Pin-HD Pinmap
* Add the hold data save input and change the input pin
PIN NO
I/O
FUNCTION
PIN NO
I/O
FUNCTION
1
OUT
RY1 (A HI)
14
---
---
2
OUT
RY2 (A OK)
15
---
---
3
OUT
RY3 (A LO)
16
---
---
4
OUT
RY4 (B HI)
17
---
---
5
OUT
RY5 (B OK)
18
INPUT
P0
6
OUT
RY6 (B LO)
19
INPUT
P1
7
OUT
RY7 (BUSY)
20
INPUT
P2
8
OUT
21
INPUT
P3
9
OUT COM
N24(PLC)
22
INPUT
---
10
INPUT
GRAPH
23
INPUT
HoldSave(SD)
11
---
---
24
INPUT
MORY(SD)
12
---
---
25
INPUT
Graph Hold
13
---
---
26
INPUT
P24(PLC)
RY8(GRAPH END)
5-2 DIO HRS 40Pin Pinmap
HRS
TML
HRS
TML
NO
NO
NO
NO
1
N24(PLC)
2
OUT
RY8(GRAPH END)
A3
OUT
7
A4
9
A5
I/O
FUNCTION
I/O
FUNCTION
A1
OUT COM
B1
INPUT
P24(PLC)
3
A2
4
B2
INPUT
Graph Hold
5
RY7 (BUSY)
6
B3
INPUT
MORY(SD)
OUT
RY6 (B LO)
8
B4
INPUT
HoldSave(SD)
OUT
RY5 (B OK)
10
B5
INPUT
---
6
11
A6
OUT
RY4 (B HI)
12
B6
INPUT
P3
13
A7
OUT
RY3 (A LO)
14
B7
INPUT
P2
15
A8
OUT
RY2 (A OK)
16
B8
INPUT
P1
17
A9
OUT
RY1 (A HI)
18
B9
INPUT
P0
19
A10
---
---
20
B10
INPUT
GRAPH
21
A11
---
---
22
B11
---
---
23
A12
---
---
24
B12
---
---
25
A13
---
---
26
B13
---
---
27
A14
---
---
28
B14
---
---
29
A15
---
---
30
B15
---
---
31
A16
---
---
32
B16
---
---
33
A17
---
---
34
B17
---
---
35
A18
---
---
36
B18
---
---
37
A19
---
---
38
B19
---
---
39
A20
---
---
40
B20
---
---
5-3 DIO HRS 30Pin Pinmap
HRS
TML
HRS
TML
NO
NO
NO
NO
1
A1
IN COM
P24(PLC)
2
B1
IN COM
3
A2
INPUT
P0
4
B2
INPUT
P1
5
A3
INPUT
P2
6
B3
INPUT
P3
7
A4
INPUT
---
8
B4
INPUT
HoldSave(SD)
9
A5
INPUT
Memory(SD)
10
B5
INPUT
Graph Hold
11
A6
INPUT
GRAPH
12
B6
INPUT
Graph Save
I/O
FUNCTION
7
I/O
FUNCTION
P24(PLC)
13
A7
INPUT
---
14
B7
INPUT
15
A8
17
OUT
RY1 (A H.H)
16
B8
OUT
RY2 (A HI)
A9
OUT
RY3 (A OK)
18
B9
OUT
RY4 (A LO)
19
A10
OUT
RY5 (A L.L)
20
B10
OUT
RY6 (B H.H)
21
A11
OUT
RY7 (B HI)
22
B11
OUT
RY8 (B OK)
23
A12
OUT
RY9 (B LO)
24
B12
OUT
RY10 (B L.L)
25
A13
OUT
RY11 (BUSY)
26
B13
OUT
RY12 GRAPH END
27
A14
---
---
28
B14
---
---
29
A15
N24(PLC)
30
B15
OUT COM
5-3 Time Chart
5-4 INPUT/OUTPUT Circuit Diagram
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OUT COM
---
N24(PLC)
6. Name and Function of Display Screen
6-1 Main Menu
1) SINGLE display screen
-“
” display conversion key (GRAPH/SINGLE)
- Display on & off state of “
,
,
,
“ relay
output
(Pressing the corresponding key, it is possible to set up a
value immediately.)
-“
” digital zero
- HOLD/PEAK operation status monitor
(When changing the operation status
,
)
2) GRAPH display screen
-“
” display conversion key (GRAPH/SINGLE)
-“
” digital zero key
-“
” all sorts of data input mode conversion key
-“
” data SD memory activation key
-“
” cursor display key
-“
-“
3) Caution screen
,
” cursor moving key
“ GRAPH START key
(Shortcut key:
)
- When entering the MODE, it alarms the caution.
- Pressing “
” enter to the MODE.
- Pressing “
” return to the MAIN MENU.
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6-2 MODE Screen
1) Mode screen (1 / 2)
(Shortcut key:
- Pressing “
2) Mode screen
→
)
” move to the MAIN MENU
-“
” Set up the value of Ach.
-“
” Set up the value related to the relay output.
-“
” Set up the hold function.
-“
” Set up the function of a SD memory.
(Shortcut key:
→
→
)
-“
” Set up the basic function.
-“
” Set up the graph.
-“
” Set up the basic function 2.
6-3 INPUT
1) Selecting INPUT channel (Shortcut key:
→
→
)
- When setting up the INPUT, this is an Ach, Bch selection screen.
-“
” Move to the upper menu (MODE)
-“
” Move to the MAIN MENU.
-“
2) INPUT setting (1 / 8)
” Select the Ach channel.
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
)
-“
” Move to the upper menu (select the INPUT channel)
-“
” Move to the main menu.
-“
” Select the saved pattern.
-“
” Copy the saved pattern.
-“
” Display the sensor voltage.
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2-1) Pattern Select
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
)
-Select the Pattern (P00~P15) to use.
- Select the wanted pattern by pressing
(Pressing
-“
key,
,
keys.
is changed.)
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default P00 ( P00~P15)
2-2) Pattern Copy
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
)
- Select the Pattern (P00~P15) to copy.
- Select the wanted pattern by pressing
(Pressing
-“
key,
,
keys.
is changed.)
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default P00 (P00~P15)
3) INPUT Setup (2 / 8)
(Shortcut key:
- “
→
→
→
→
)
” A user enters the characteristic values of the
corresponding sensor while looking a data sheet.
- “
” Put the actual load (weight) which can be
guaranteed, calculate the calibration value, and save it.
3-2) Manual calibration
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
→
-“
” Enter the sensor characteristic calibration value.
-“
” Enter the sensor characteristic scale value.
-“
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
-“
” Move to the MAIN MENU
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)
a) CAL input
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
→
→
)
- Enter the output value of the sensor by using the buttons.
(After setting up a value,
is changed by pressing
button.)
-“
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default 1.5000
b) SCALE input
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
→
→
)
- Enter the scale value of the input sensor by using the buttons.
(After setting up a value,
is changed by pressing
button.)
-“
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default 1000.0
3-3) Auto calibration
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
→
)
- After permitting the load (weight) on the sensor, input it by
using the buttons.
(After setting up the value,
is changed by pressing
key.)
-“
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
4) Input setup (3 / 8)
-“
” Set up the display unit.
-“
” Set up the number of movement average.
-“
” Set up the digital shift.
-“
” Set up the analog filter.
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4-1) Unit (Unit setup)
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
x 2→
)
- Set up the display unit corresponding to the display value.
-“
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Set up the unit by pressing
(Pressing
key,
,
keys.
is changed.)
- Default NONE (Select 79 kinds)
5) Input setup (4 / 8)
(Shortcut key:
-“
,
→
→
→
→
x 3→
)
” Designate and display the display range.
When it is out the range, display the digital limiter value.
-“
” Set up the minimum renewal range of the display
value.
5-1) Digital Limiter HI
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
x 3→
)
- Enter the Limiter HI value using the buttons.
(After setting up the value,
is changed by pressing
button)
-“
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default 99999.0 (-99999 ~ 99999)
5-2) Digital Limiter LO
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
x 3→
)
- Enter the Limiter LO value by using the buttons.
(After setting up the value,
is changed by pressing
button)
-“
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default -99999.0 (-99999 ~ 99999)
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5-3) Step (Step width)
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
- Select the step width by pressing
(Pressing
-“
key,
,
x 3→
)
→
)
→
)
keys.
is changed.)
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default 1 (1, 2, 5, 10)
6-4 SD Setup
1) SD Setup (1 / 2)
(Shortcut key:
-“
1-2) Overwrite mode
→
” Set up the data save method.
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
-Set up the mode by pressing
(Pressing
-“
key,
,
keys.
is changed.)
” Move to the upper menu (SD Setup MENU)
-“
-“
→
” When the data exceeds the set value, it is stopped.
” When the data exceeds the set value, it is saved
from the front.
- default -( StopWrite, Mode1 )
2) SD setup (2 / 2)
(Shortcut key:
-“
→
→
” Set up a date and time.
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→
→
)
2-1) DATE & TIME setting
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
→
)
- Set up the values (year, month, date, hour, minute & second)
by using the keys.
How to enter: Using
,
keys, enter the values after
selecting the wanted value (red color)
Pressing
key, it is Clear(0)
(Pressing
-“
key,
is changed.)
” Move to the upper menu (SD Setup MENU)
6-5 Relay
1) Selecting the Relay
(Shortcut key:
→
→
)
-Move to the Relay setting screen.
-“
” Move to the upper menu (MODE)
-“
” Move to the MAIN MENU
-“
” Move to the upper menu (Select the Relay Ach/Bch
2) Relay mode setup (1 / 11)
channel)
-“
” Move to the MAIN MENU
-“
” Select the saved pattern.
-“
” Copy the saved pattern.
-“
” Select the Relay display method.
2-1) Pattern Select
: Refer to 6-3 Input Pattern Select.
2-2) Pattern Copy
: Refer to 6-3 Input Pattern Copy.
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2-3) Relay Disp
- Select the Relay display method by pressing the limit or
Relay keys.
(Pressing
-“
key,
is displayed and it is set.)
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
-Limit Mode-
- Relay Mode-
3) Relay operation setup (2~9 / 11)
-“
” Select the input source (Ach, Bch, Signal, Off)
- “
” Select the relay output mode (Display, Graph,
Source)
-"
-“
” Set up the relay comparison method.
-“
” Set up the relay output type.
-“
” Set up the output speed.
" Set up the upper and lower limit values for the comparison.
- Each separate setup for eight relay units is available.
3-1) Input setup
- Select the input by pressing
,
keys.
- Select it by pressing the key between Ach, Bch, LOAD & DIST,
and Signal.
(Pressing
-“
key,
is displayed and set.)
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default Ach (Ach, Bch, LOAD & DIST, Signal)
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- In case of selecting Ach or Bch, set up each relay in accordance with 4).
- LOAD & DIST does not have a setup.
- In case of the Signal, refer to 3-2) as below,
3-2) Input signal
- In case of setting up the input as the signal, the relay can
output the internal setting signal.
- The output signal is SD Busy, Graphic End, Sync etc.
- Select the output signal by selecting the mode menu.
-Select the input by pressing
,
keys.
- Select it by pressing the key between Busy, Graph End, and
Sync.
(Pressing
-“
key,
is displayed and set.)
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default Busy (Busy, Graph End, Sync)
4) Relay channel mode operation
- In case of selecting the relay input as the Ach or Bch, the
detailed operation can be set.
- Each operation is performed differently according to the
choice of the comparison.
- The comparison is divided as two operations: limit and
reference.
- Select the input by pressing
,
keys.
- Select it by pressing the key between the Limit and
Reference keys.
(Pressing
-“
key,
is displayed and set.)
” Move to the upper menu (Input MENU)
- Default Limit (Limit, Reference)
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4-1) Limit comparison
- In case the comparison is selected as the Limit, the Replay
performs OK and NG according to the set HH, Hl, LO, and LL
values in advance.
- For the left figure, the Relay 1 performs the output as the HH
Limit.
- The Type selects HH, HI, OK, LO, and LL.
- As the output type, the Output Type sets up Fast, Display, Decide, Graph End, M.D etc.
- HH High and HH Low sets the hysteresis value, apply the hysteresis that the each value makes
the relay ON and OFF, and remove the relay ON/OFF repetition phenomenon due to the
minimal change of the measured value.
4-2) Reference comparison
- In case the comparison is selected as the Reference, the
Replay performs OK and NG according to the reference setting
value.
- For the left figure, the Relay 1 outputs ON when it is bigger
than the setting reference.
- The Type selects High On, Low On, Range, and R-Over (Range Over).
- As the output type, the Output Type sets up Fast, Display, Decide, Graph End, M.D etc.
- Ref High and Ref Low sets the hysteresis value, apply the hysteresis that the each value
makes the relay ON and OFF, and remove the relay ON/OFF repetition phenomenon due to the
minimal change of the measured value.
4-3) Mode setup menu
- In case of the Relay Channel Mode, select the comparison
method of the input source.
- Default "Display" (Display, Graph, Source)
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- Display: The standard value is regarded as the value displayed on the screen after comparing
the relay.
- Graph: The standard value is regarded as the graphic output value after comparing the relay.
- Source: The standard value is regarded as the input source after comparing the relay.
4-4) Type setup menu
- In case of the limit mode, select the output type.
The output type selects it between HH, HI, OK, LO, and LL.
- Select an item by pressing
- Pressing
,
keys.
key after selecting the item,
is
displayed and the setup is completed.
Limit mode
- In case of the reference mode, select the output type.
The output type selects it between High On, Low On, RANGE,
and R-OVER.
- Select an item by pressing
- Pressing
,
keys.
key after selecting the item,
is
displayed and the setup is completed.
Reference mode
4-5) Output type setup
- Select the output type.
- Output type selects it between Fast, Display, Decide, Graph
End, and M.D.
- Select an item by pressing
- Pressing
,
keys.
key after selecting the item,
displayed and the setup is completed.
-Output Type
Fast: Synchronize with the sampling time.
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is
Display: Synchronize with the screen output.
Decide: When inputting the decide signal, output a result.
Graph End: When finishing drawing a graph, output the graph end signal and relay at the same
time.
M.D:
4-6) Ref High and Ref low setup
- Input the Ref Hysteresis value.
- The Ref High sets the bigger value of the hysteresis and the
Low sets the smaller value.
-
set up the hysteresis value of HH on the limit
mode.
The hysteresis can be set up according to the each item of HH, HI, LO, and LL.
5) Relay Ach reference setup (10 / 11)
- Input the reference of Ach.
-
set up the hysteresis value of HH on the limit
mode.
- The hysteresis can be set up according to the each item of
HH, HI, LO, and LL.
6) Relay Bch reference setup (10 / 11)
- Input the reference of B Ch.
-
set up the hysteresis value of HH on the limit
mode.
- The hysteresis can be set up according to the each item of
HH, HI, LO, and LL.
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6-6 Hold
1) Hold (1 / 3)
(Shortcut key:
→
→
-“
” Select the saved pattern.
-“
” Copy the saved pattern.
-“
” Set up the starting condition.
-“
)
” Set up the Hold type.
1-1) Pattern Select
: Refer to 6-3 Input Pattern Select.
1-2) Pattern Copy
: Refer to 6-3 Input Pattern Copy.
1-3) Start Condition
- Set up the Hold Start Condition.
- This is not used currently.
1-4) Type
- Set up the Hold Type.
- The Hold type can be set up as below,
"Normal", "Sample",
"Peak", "Valley","ABS Peak"
"Area Peak", "AreaValley","AreaPeakVall",
"P.P.D.",
"Time","Time Valley","Time Peak Vall",
"Level+TimeP","Level+Time V","Lev+TimeP-V",
"MaximalValue", "MinimalValue", "Infection P"
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2) Hold (2 / 3)
- The menu is not used currently.
3) Hold (3 / 3)
-“
” Set up the inflection point detection range.
-“
” Set up the detecting time B.
-“
” Set up the detecting time A.
-“
” Start detecting the inflection point.
- Inflection Range
: Input the change vale (R on the figure) to detect the
inflection point.
- Inflection Before
: Input the inflection point comparison standard time (B on
the figure)
- Inflection After
: Input the inflection point detection change time (A on the figure)
- Inflection Start
: The input level condition to start the inflection detection.
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6-7. GRAPH
1) GRAPH (1 / 6)
(Shortcut key:
→
→
-“
” Select the saved pattern.
-“
” Copy the saved pattern.
)
1-1) Pattern Select
: Refer to 6-3 Input Pattern Select.
1-2) Pattern Copy
: Refer to 6-3 Input Pattern Copy.
2) GRAPH (2 / 6)
- Set up the minimum-maximum values of the XY axles on the
graph screen.
-“
” Set up the Y-axle display start point value.
-“
” Set up the Y-axle display maximum value.
-“
” Set up the X-axle display start point value.
-“
” Set up the X-axle display maximum value.
- The value setup is available by using the touch keys on the graph screen.
- Touching
on the figure, it is converted to the key input
screen and the values of each point can be set up.
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3) GRAPH (3 / 6)
-“
” Set up the graph start delay time.
-“
” Graph start method
Free Run: Repeat the graph continuously.
Ext. Signal: Get started by the external start signal.
Start Level: Start the graph by the set level.
E.S.+W.S.: Start the graph by the external signal and setup level of Ach.
E.S.+D.S. : Start the graph by the external signal and setup level of B Ch.
E.S.+W.S.+DZ: Start the graph by the external signal and setup level of Ach and reset it when
starting B Ch distance value.
4) GRAPH (4 / 6)
-“
” Set up the start level of Ch A.
-“
” Set up the start level of Ch B.
-“
” Set up the start condition of each channel.
* Start condition
Pass: When passing the set start level.
Riging Edge: When passing up the set level.
Trailing Edge: When passing down the set level.
More: In case of bigger than the set level.
Less: In case of smaller than the set level.
5) GRAPH (5 / 6)
- When the hold type is the area mode on the graphic screen,
set up the comparison range.
- Each item is indicated as the coordination values of the
graphic screen and the digits below the decimal point are
displayed according to the set decimal places.
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- In case of the above setup, the graph screen indicates this
area comparison screen.
6) GRAPH (6 / 6)
- After completing a graph on the graph mode, check a result
by expanding a characteristic section of the X axle.
-“
” Set up the graph expansion On/Off setup.
-“
” Set up the graph expansion start point.
-“
” Set up the graph expansion end point.
- This figure indicates the result in case of turning the graph
expansion on under the above setup.
- Display the previous screen and expanded screen in turn by
pressing
key on the figure.
6-8 Setup
1) Setup (1 / 5)
(Shortcut key:
“
→
→
→
)
“
” Select the meter operation.
“
” Select the cycle to renew the display value.
” Select the storage maximum time of X-axle.
Example) When setting up 4000 CPS, it is 1 sec, and when
setting up CPS, it is 2 sec.
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1-1) Meter Setup
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
- Select the channels by pressing
(When pressing
-“
,
→
)
keys.
key,
is changed.)
” Move to the upper menu (SETUP MENU)
- Default Ach ( Ach, Bch, 2 ch, Wave A, Wave B, W&D)
1-2) Display Rate
(Shortcut key:
→
→
- Select the rate by pressing
(Pressing
-“
→
,
key,
→
)
keys.
is changed.)
” Move to the upper menu (SETUP MENU)
- Default 10 (10.0, 5.0, 2.5, 1.0, 0.5)
1-3) Sampling Rate
(Shortcut key :
→
→
- Select the rate by pressing
(Pressing
-“
→
,
key,
→
)
keys.
is changed.)
” Move to the upper menu (SETUP MENU)
- Default 1000CPS (4000, 2000, 1000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10)
※ Depending on the choices, the graph data storage maximum
time is changed.
2) Setup (2 / 5)
(Shortcut key:
-“
→
→
x3)
” When turning the power off, the data is set to be
stored.
(Whenever pressing
value change is stored /
-“
key,
is changed)
” Move to the upper menu (MENU)
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(Digital zero
6-9 System (Basic function setup 2)
1) System (3 / 4)
(Shortcut key:
-“
→
→
→
)
” All set data is initialized.
1-2) Initialize ALL
(Shortcut key:
→
→
→
→
- All stored data is initialized.
(※When initializing, all stored data is deleted)
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x2→
)
7. Summary of Communication Protocol
7-1. Communication Protocol
STX
ID
1
2
Length
3
4
5
Code
6
Channel
Data
ChechSum
ETX
7
9~n
n+1
n+3
8
Division
Length
Details
STX
1
Text started
ID
2
Output device ID
n+2
(00 ~ FF: Indicate ID from 0 to 255, and the Hex value as 0x00~0xFF)
Length
2
Date length: data ( Variable)
Code
1
Command code (R , D)
Channel
2
Device Channel
Data
가변
Data (Index + Data value)
CheckSum
2
CheckSum (CheckSum value from ID to Data)
ETX
1
Text finished
*The data comprises the index and actual values of each item, and index (2byte) and 8 byte or
the data of 2 byte.
* Command Code
R: Request the current value. (PC -> DN-GI200 )
D: Transmit the current value. (DN-GI200 -> PC)
7-2. Current Value Request (PC-> DN-GI200)
Example) Device ID: No. 1, channel No. 1 data request ┐0102R0100D6└
STX
┐
ID
0
Length
1
0
2
Code
R
Channel
0
1
Data
0
CheckSum
0
D
* The ID and channel is displayed as 0x00~0xFF which is the Hex value of 0~255
* When requesting the current value, the data is Index(00).
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6
ETX
└
7-3. Current Value Transmission (DN-GI200 -> PC)
Example (Device ID : No. 1, channel: No. 1, data value: 492.0) ┐010AD0100+00492.0010327└
(Data: channel, and current value "01+00492.0")
STX ID Length Code Channel Index
┐
0 1 0
E
D
0
1
0
Data
0 + 0 0 4 9 2 . 0
Hold/Peak Relay CheckSum ETX
0
1
0 3
2
7
└
* When transmitting the current value, the data comprises Index (00) + display value
(+00492.0) + Hold/Peak (01) + Relay (03)
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Example) DN-GI200
graphic mode setting
- In case the process result screen is the same as below on the graphic mode, the infection
point and relay setting is proceeding with the below order.
1) Test Measure
2) Measured Waveform Analysis
According to the measured result value, select the detecting method to decide OK or NG. In
case of the above, decide it by using the inflection point detection.
- In case of the above, the inflection point detection is done by shown as the above, and the
graph start condition is set as E.S.+D.S.
- In addition, set up ChB Level on the GRAPH (4/6) screen as 100.00, Start Condition Riging
Edge and begin to measure from the point that the value of X-axle is 100.00.
- For the inflection point and start condition, decide the proper value by repeating 1) Test
Measure several times.
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3) Inflection Detection
Detecting the inflection point according to the setting of 2), the screen pops up as below.
- 10.33kgf, 105.20mm on the middle of the bottom screen is the inflection point detection
location, and they are displayed as green X on the graph.
- 120.00mm of the right center indicates X-axle maximum value which represents the
maximum movement distance.
3) Detection Waveform Screen Setting
In order to make the inflection point and start condition setting more clear, change the start
points of XY axles and end point.
- When completing the setup for the detection, set up the output for a result.
- In order to distinguish the measured result between OK and NG, use the inflection point
value and X axle maximum value.
- From the replay setting, decide Ach by the standard of the load value of the inflection point
and decide B Ch by using the deflection maximum value.
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