Epson 9840 manual

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    Advanced Force Measurement Model 9840 Digital Process Monitor Interface, Inc. 7401 E. Buther[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 CONTENTS CONTENTS .................................................[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Communications Settings ...........................................[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Option View Command (OV)............................................[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 INTRODUCTION The Model 9840 is a CE compliant and versatile precisi[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 • Remote operation using standard RS232 ASCII command set. [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 QUICK ST ART This section will help you get your Model 9840 set up [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 # Message Meaning 1 Interface X.Y.Z This is the version num[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 The rightmost button will change the units that are being used. Repe[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 RUN MODE The Model 9840 has three modes of operati on, Run mode, Se[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 The table below summarizes the options. Whether the user sees torque[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 The load or torque is always reset to zero. A single channel unit wi[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Print Button If the Print option is purchased, the Print Button can[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 SETUP MODE SUMMAR Y The table below summarizes the setup mode menu[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 SETUP MODE Setup mode is used to change the setup of the Model 984[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Entering Numerical Dat a At times you will need to enter numerical [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 1. Source: -- This entry allows you to scroll through a list (us[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 2. Full = 4.0000 Lb Zero = 4.0000 Lb (Input) Mv/V (Output)Volt [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 return to the setup mode main menu without changing the cell that is[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 >>Cal Check Selecting this item will run a calibration chec[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 set the torque. When the Model 9840 is reading the cell it will disp[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 7. Trip if source < / > Set -- Choosing source>set mea[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 >>Com Address This item allows you to set the address of t[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 >>Decimals Ch A/B This lets you set the maximum number of[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 REMOTE OPERA TION Digit al Inputs There are 4 digital inputs avail[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Communications Settings The Model 9840 supports remote operation us[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 RS232 RUN MODE COMMANDS The commands listed in this section mirror [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 These are the units for Velocity: 00 – I/M 01 – C/M Fr[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 @123F1 Acknowledge: @123 Active Display shows Load A in Lb Other[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 The repeat number is exactly like the one channel command. It must [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 @123R1000000 Acknowledge: @123 Reset – Tare A Example 2: @1[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 RS232 SETUP MODE COMMAND SUMMAR Y @(addr) ╠═ U U[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 RS232 SETUP MODE COMMANDS The commands in this section allow you t[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Analog Output Command (A) This command is used to view or set the a[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Example: @123SA Acknowledge: @123 This is the list of cell cali[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Example: @123SD13368# Acknowledge: @123 Deleted Sensor S/N 1336[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 command to stop this calibration. Another method of overwriting exis[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Calibration Escape Command (CE) The Calibrate Escape (CE) command i[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Calibration by mV/V Mass 1 (CMVM1) command. The mass is entered usi[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Calibration by mV/V Torque 1 (CMVT1) command. The torque is entered[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Acknowledge: @123 Calibrate by Mass – 5 Point Ready for CMP1[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 10.00 V , Cal on Oct27-99, 49.532 Lb Shunt unused S/N 1336[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 from the cell before entering this command since it will perform the[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 The Calibration counts per Inch View (CIV) command displays the cur[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 The limit number chooses which limit (1-4) you want to setup. The no[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 @123LE Acknowledge: @123 Limit Setup Command Canceled Limit Reset[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Example: Option Printer Command Code Baudrate 4 4800 5 9600 6 [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Option Com Baudrate Command (OB) Option Baudrate Command Code B[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 @123 RS232 EOT is on. Display Options Command (D) The Display opt[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Display Count By Command (DC) The Display Count by (DC) command s[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Disabling the window sets this value to 0. The window, once enabled [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 SYSTEM CALIBRA TION MODE The following procedure should be followed[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 APPENDIX A -- MODEL 9840 SPECIFICA TIONS Transducer Interface [...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Digital I/O Digital Inputs Interface 4 optically isolated i[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Digital Display Display Characters 2 lines by 20 characters D[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 APPENDIX B -- CABLES AND CONNECT ORS Load Cell Connectors Notes:[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Digit al I/O Connector Notes: High Density 26 Female Pin Signa[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 USB Connector Pin Name Description 1 VCC +5 VDC 2 D - D[...]

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    INTERFACE MODEL 9840 VER 6.0.2 Precision Shunt Calibration Resistors This diagram shows the connec[...]