Analog output - HMS110 - HMW112 - TMI110 - HMS112 - HMD110 - HMW110 - HMD112

HMDW110 with TMI110 User Guide

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English (United States)
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HMS110
HMW112
TMI110
HMS112
HMD110
HMW110
HMD112
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User guide
Table 1. Aerr command
Syntax Description
aerr ?<cr> Show currently set analog output error level for both channels.
aerr<cr> Show currently set analog output error levels, prompt to enter new values.
aerr [ch1] [ch2]<cr>

Set error level for both channels without prompting.

ch1 = error level for analog output channel 1 in mA.

ch2 = error level for analog output channel 2 in mA.

Example (set error level for both analog output channels to 21 mA):

aerr
Ch1 error out : 3.600 I ? 21
Ch2 error out : 3.600 I ? 21
Table 2. Amode command
Syntax Description
amode<cr> Show currently set analog output mode.

Example:

amode
Ch1 output : 4 ... 20 mA
Ch2 output : 4 ... 20 mA
Table 3. Aover command
Syntax Description
aover<cr> Show current aover status.
aover [on|off]<cr>

Set analog output overrange to:

on  = Allow output to exceed the scaled range by 10 %.

off = Keep the analog output always in the scaled range. Note that error state behavior overrides this setting.

Example (enable 10 % overrange for analog outputs):

aover on
AOVER : ON
Table 4. Asel command
Syntax Description
asel ?<cr> Show currently set analog output parameters and scaling.
asel<cr> Show currently set analog output parameters and scaling, prompt to enter new scaling values.
asel [ch1 ch2]<cr>

Set new output parameters for both channels, prompt to enter new scaling values. Selectable parameters for ch1 and ch2 are:

t = temperature

rh = relative humidity

td = dew point

h = enthalpy

tw = wet bulb temperature

asel [ch1 ch2 [ch1lo ch1hi ch2lo ch2hi]]<cr>

Set analog output parameters and scaling for both channels without prompting.

ch1 = Output parameter for channel 1. Parameters as above.

ch2 = Output parameter for channel 2. Parameters as above.

ch1lo = Low limit for channel 1 scaling.

ch1hi = High limit for channel 1 scaling.

ch2lo = Low limit for channel 2 scaling.

ch2hi =High limit for channel 2 scaling.

Example (show current analog output parameters and scaling):

asel ?
Ch1 RH lo : 0.00 %RH
Ch1 RH hi : 100.00 %RH
Ch2 T lo : -40.00 'C
Ch2 T hi : 60.00 'C