Device information and status - HMT130

HMT130 User Guide

Document code
M211280EN
Revision
D
Language
English (United States)
Product
HMT130
Document type
User guide
Table 1. ? command
Syntax Description
?<cr> Show listing of device information.
??<cr> Show listing of device information even if device is in poll mode and connection has not been opened using the open command.
Example:
?
Device Name         : HMT130
SW Name             : HMT130
SW model            : HMT130
SW version          : 0.9.3.389
Serial number       : "F2220101"
Address             : 0
Unit                : METRIC
Ch1 Status          : ON
Ch2 Status          : ON
Probe name          : "HMP110"
Probe SW            : "1.01.1"
Probe SW date       : ""
Probe SN            : "F0740011"
Table 2. CALCS command
Syntax Description
calcs [q1 q2]<cr>
where
q1, q2
Any two of the allowed measurement parameters 1, that is, RH, T, TD, TDF, A, X, H, TW, PWS, PW
The calcs command shows the abbreviations of the parameters measured by the transmitter. The command can also be used to select the desired parameters for measurement. Only after the parameters have been set with the calcs command, can these parameters be selected for different outputs (see commands dsel, asel, and form). The parameters in dsel, asel, rsel, and form must match with those in calcs.
Examples:
>calcs RH Td
>

calcs td t
>
The TMT130 temperature transmitter model has only one measurement parameter, T.
Table 3. CDATE command
Syntax Description
cdate<cr> Show calibration date.
Calibration refers to the calibration of the transmitter's analog outputs.
cdate [yyyymmdd]<cr> Set a new calibration date.

yyyy-mm-dd = Year (yyyy), month (mm) and day (dd) of calibration

Example:

>cdate
Calibrated          : "NOT SET"
>
Example (set a new calibration date to June 30, 2017):
cdate 2017-06-30
Calibrated          : "2017-06-30"
Table 4. CTEXT command
Syntax Description
ctext<cr> Show calibration information text.
Calibration refers to the calibration of the transmitter's analog outputs.
ctext [text]<cr> Set a new calibration information text to be shown after the automatic text "Calib. info".
Example:

ctext
Calib. info: "VAISALA HELSINKI"
>
Example (set a new information text):
ctext Calibration lab 2
Calib. info: "Calibration lab 2"
>
Table 5. AOUT command
Syntax Description
aout<cr>

The aout command shows the following information:

  • Analog out mode is the output mode for the channel, for example 0 …  10 V.
  • Error level is the level that the analog output is set to in case of transmitter error.
  • Status indicates the current status of the channel. The statuses are:
    • ON: Normal measurement operation.
    • OFF: No quantity selected for the channel using the asel command. See Table 3.
    • ERROR: Transmitter error, channel set to error level.
    • TEST: Analog channel being tested using the atest command. See Table 4.

Example (no active errors):

>aout
*** ANALOG OUTPUT 1 ***
Ch1 Analog out mode : 0_10V
Ch1 Error level     : 10.8
Ch1 Quantity        : RH
Ch1 Status          : ON
RH lo               : 0
RH hi               : 100
RH                  : 36.64 %
Ch1 Voltage         : 3.66 V

*** ANALOG OUTPUT 2 ***
Ch2 Analog out mode : 0_10V
Ch2 Error level     : 10.8
Ch2 Quantity        : T
Ch2 Status          : ON
T lo                : -60
T hi                : 100
T                   : 23.85 'C
Ch2 Voltage         : 5.24 V
>
Table 6. SYSTEM command
Syntax Description
system<cr> Show probe firmware information.

Example:

system
Device Name         : HMT130
SW Name             : HMT130
SW model            : HMT130
SW version          : 1.0.0.500
Serial number       : A1234567
>
Table 7. VERS command
Syntax Description
vers<cr> Show firmware version of the probe.
Example:
vers
HMT130 / 0.1.0.103
1 Measurement parameters are referred to as 'quantities' in the transmitter's software.