Automatic mode - WXT530

WXT530 Series User Guide

Document code
M211840EN
Revision
F
Language
English (United States)
Product
WXT530
Document type
User guide

When the automatic ASCII protocol is selected, the transmitter sends data messages at user-configurable update intervals.

The message structure is the same as with data query commands aR1, aR2,aR3 , and aR5. You can choose an individual update interval for each sensor.

Example:
0R1,Dm=027D,Sm=0.1M<cr><lf>

0R2,Ta=74.6F,Ua=14.7P,Pa=1012.9H<cr><lf>

0R3,Rc=0.10M,Rd=2380s,Ri=0.0M,Hc=0.0M,Hd=0s,Hi=0.0M<cr><lf>

0R5,Th=76.1F,Vh=11.5N,Vs=11.5V,Vr=3.510V<cr><lf>
Example (with CRC):
0r1,Sn=0.1M,Sm=0.1M,Sx=0.1MGOG<cr><lf>

0r2,Ta=22.7C,Ua=55.5P,Pa=1004.7H@Fn<cr><lf>

0r3,Rc=0.00M,Rd=0s,Ri=0.0MIlm<cr><lf>

0r5,Th=25.0C,Vh=10.6#,Vs=10.8V,Vr=3.369VO]T<cr><lf>
Stop the automatic output by changing the communication protocol to polled mode (aXU,M=P). You can also use polling commands aR1, aR2, aR3, and aR5 in ASCII automatic protocol for requesting data.