# User manual | 1. baudrate 9600, no parity, 8 data bits ,... 2. for example, after sending A command, receive 45bytes...

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baudrate 9600, no parity, 8 data bits , 1 stop bit
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for example, after sending A command, receive 45bytes from b/n 100518.
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1 BYTE must to be 02
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2 BYTE
80=10000000
bit 0=0 not in REC mode(it can’t use in b/n100806)
bit 2 & bit 1 =00 normal mode(no max/min)
bit 3 =0 that means not in the type of T1-T2
bit 4 =0 not in REL mode
bit 5 =0 not in HOLD mode
bit 6 =0 battery is not low
bit 8=1 C
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3 BYTE:
06=00000110
bit 0= 0 Memory is not full (it can’t use in b/n100806)
bit 1
bit 2
bit 3
bit 4
bit 5
bit 6
bit 7=1 1 in auto power off mode
It can’t use from the fourth to the seventh.
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In generally, the byte from 8 to 15 as below:
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8 and 9 byte is the value of channel 1 ,00 EF is hex, decimal is 239, divide by 10 is 23.9
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byte is the value of channel 2.
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byte is the value of channel 3.
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byte is the value of channel 4.
10 and 11
12 and 13
14 and 15
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In the type of REL, the byte from 16 to 23 .
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In the type of MIN, the byte from 24 to 31 .
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In the type of MAX, the byte from 32 to 39 .
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40 BYTE: In generally, per channel become OL, should be see the byte as below:
0E=00001110
bit 0= 0 channel 1 is not OL
bit 1 =1 channel 2 is OL.
bit 2 =1 channel 3 is OL.
bit 3=1 channel 4 is OL.
bit 4 NO USEFUL
bit 5 NO USEFUL
bit 6 NO USEFUL
bit 7 NO USEFUL
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41 BYTE: In the type of REL, we need to see the byte if the channel show OL .As below:
0E=00001110
bit 0= 0 channel 1 is not OL
bit 1 =1 channel 2 is OL.
bit 2 =1 channel 3 is OL.
bit 3=1 channel 4 is OL.
bit 4 NO USEFUL
bit 5 NO USEFUL
bit 6 NO USEFUL
bit 7 NO USEFUL
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42 BYTE: In the type of MAX, we need to see the byte if the channel show OL .As below:
0E=00001110
bit 0= 0 channel 1 is not OL
bit 1 =1 channel 2 is OL.
bit 2 =1 channel 3 is OL.
bit 3=1 channel 4 is OL.
bit 4 NO USEFUL
bit 5 NO USEFUL
bit 6 NO USEFUL
bit 7 NO USEFUL
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43 BYTE: In the type of MIN, we need to see the byte if the channel show OL .As below:
0E=00001110
bit 0= 0 channel 1 is not OL
bit 1 =1 channel 2 is OL.
bit 2 =1 channel 3 is OL.
bit 3=1 channel 4 is OL.
bit 4 NO USEFUL
bit 5 NO USEFUL
bit 6 NO USEFUL
bit 7 NO USEFUL
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44 BYTE: the resolution of per channel as below:
0E=00001110
bit 0= 0 channel 1the figure out need to divide 10
bit 1 =1 channel 2 the figure out doesn’t need to divide 10
bit 2 =1 channel 3 the figure out doesn’t need to divide 10
bit 3=1 channel 4 the figure out doesn’t need to divide 10
bit 4 NO USEFUL
bit 5 NO USEFUL
bit 6 NO USEFUL
bit 7 NO USEFUL
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45 BYTE should be 03
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