Other commands - HMT130

HMT130 User Guide

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M211280EN
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English (United States)
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HMT130
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User guide
Table 1. DSEL command
Syntax Description
dsel [q1 q2]<cr>

where

q1 q2
Measurement parameters to be shown on the transmitter display 1

Syntax for single-parameter transmitters:

dsel [q]<cr>

where

q
Parameter to be shown on the transmitter display
After you have defined the measurement parameters with the calcs command, use the dsel command to show or set the displayed parameters. The number of parameters determines the display mode (that is, one or two rows). If one parameter is given, the display switches to one-row mode. If two parameters are given, the two-row mode is used. Valid parameters are: RH, T, TD, TDF, A, X, H, TW, PWS, and PW.
Examples:
>dsel
1. quantity        : RH
2. quantity        : T
> 
>dsel rh t
1. quantity        : RH
2. quantity        : T
> 
>dsel t
1. quantity        : T
> 
Table 2. FORM command
Syntax Description
form <format><cr>
where format is a formatting string that consists of one of the following fields:
“”
String constant
x.y
Value length modifier. x is numbers before dot and y is numbers after dot.
Ux
Unit field length. U…U format is also supported.
Q
Measurement parameter name (for example, rh, t, or td)
#t or \t
Tabulator
#r or \r
Carriage return
#n or \n
Line feed (new line)
After you have defined the measurement parameters with the calcs command, use the form command to set the output format for the send and r commands.
  • Parameter must be after x.y and Ux modifiers.
  • There must be a space between parameters, #r#n or \r\n is not supported.
  • Max. string length is 80 characters.
  • If the Ux parameter is not used, unit is not displayed.
Examples:
>form "RH= " 3.2 U2 rh #r #n
>send
RH= 32.16 %
> 
>form "t=" 4.1 U3 t \t "rh=" 3.2 U2 rh \r \n
>send
t=  22.5 'C        rh= 29.12 %
> 
>form "t=" 4.1 U3 t \t "rh=" rh \r \n
>send
t=  22.3 'C        rh=  29.5%
> 
>form 3.2 UUU "RH=" rh \t "T=" t \r \n
>send
RH= 27.99  %       T= 23.34 'C
> 
>form 3.3 rh " " t \r \n
>send
26.740  23.660
> 
>form "->" "RH=" 3.2 U2 rh " " "T=" 3.1 U3 t #r #n
>send
->RH= 27.79 % T= 23.4 'C
> 
Table 3. HELP command
Syntax Description
help<cr> Use the help command to display the list of available commands.
Table 4. ERRS command
Syntax Description
errs<cr> Use the errs command to display the currently active error codes. For troubleshooting active errors, see Error codes.
Example (no active errors):
>errs
No errors.
>
Table 5. SAVE command
Syntax Description
save<cr>

Use the save command to save changed settings to the transmitter FLASH memory. Most settings have to be saved or the changes are lost at the next reset or power down.

The smode command saves the new serial mode immediately, and a separate save command is not needed.

The probe calibration commands (crh, ct, crhclr, ctclr) store the parameters into the probe's memory automatically without a separate save command.
Example:
>save
Saving settings...done
> 
Table 6. RESTORE command
Syntax Description
restore<cr>

Use the restore command to restore saved settings from transmitter FLASH memory to RAM. All unsaved changes will be lost.

>restore
Restoring default settings...done
>
Table 7. RESET command
Syntax Description
reset<cr>

Use the reset command to reset the transmitter. Upon reset or power-up, the transmitter enters the serial mode that has been set with the smode command.

After a reset, the configuration is loaded from FLASH memory. This configuration can be altered by saving different settings with the save command.

Example: Transmitter set to serial mode STOP, will output transmitter software version at reset
>reset
HMT130 / 0.1.0.001
Type "help" for command list
> 
Table 8. FRESTORE command
Syntax Description
frestore<cr>

Use the frestore command to restore the factory settings to the transmitter. All user settings, including the user-performed calibration corrections, will be lost. The transmitter will revert back to the factory calibrated settings.

Note that this only returns the factory settings of the transmitter and not of the interchangeable probe (see Table 2 and Table 4).

Example:
>frestore
Restoring factory defaults...done
> 
Table 9. UNIT command
Syntax Description
unit [metric/non_metric]<cr> Use the unit command to show or set the output unit (metric or non-metric).
Examples:
>unit
Unit                : METRIC
> 
>unit non_metric
Unit                : NON_METRIC
> 
1 Measurement parameters are referred to as 'quantities' in the transmitter's software.