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    Base Radio User Guide 900 MHz ISM Band FCC XYR 5000 Line 34-XY-25-05 Rev. 4 08/06[...]

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    Base Radio Models: WBR-AK Versions 1.70 or later Important Information for the User • Changes or m[...]

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    About This Document Revision Notes The following list provides notes concer ning all revisions of th[...]

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    Table of Contents TABLE OF CO NTENTS ...............................................................[...]

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    6.3.6 Command 43- Read Device ID .......................................... 29 6.4 B ASE R ADIO H OL[...]

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    Table of Figures Figure 2-1 Overall Wi ring Schematic...............................................[...]

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    1 Introduction 1.1 Using this Manual This manual is designed to assist in inst alling, operating, an[...]

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    The Honeywell Base Radio may be used to communicate with many Transmitters in various applications. [...]

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    2 Quick Start This section summarizes what must be done in order to get the device installed, config[...]

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    5. The Base Radio RF settings should be configured as follows: Set the RF Channel to any available R[...]

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    3 Installation This section discusses both the mechanical and electrical aspects of installation. It[...]

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    Figure 3-1 General Layout Remember, the approximate line of sight r ange between a Transmitter and B[...]

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    3.2 Electrical Installation In this section wiring instructions are discu ssed for the various setup[...]

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    Figure 3-2 Overall Wiring Schematic Warning! Explosions may result in death or serious injury. Do no[...]

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    Once you have located these terminal blocks you can wire t he Base Radio accordingly. The best way t[...]

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    software may require the use of an RS-485 to RS-232 converter, as most PCs cannot be wired directly [...]

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    To configure the 485LDRC9 to the appropriate baud rate (38.4Kbaud), a set of dip switches must be co[...]

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    7. Once Windows™ has detected the USB device, click NEXT . 8. Now connect the RS-485 cable to the [...]

  • Page 20 Daisy -Chaining Pow er to Multiple Base Radios A consideration when daisy-chaining power to [...]

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    Figure 3-8 Daisy-Chaining RS-485 to Multiple Base Radios 3.2.7 Terminating Communications Wiring to [...]

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    (recommended in section 3.2.1) the value of the resistor should be a 120 Ohm ¼ watt resistor. To te[...]

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    4 General Configuration This section discusses the generalities around c onfiguring the Base Radio v[...]

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    Figure 4-2 The Read Only Sequence 4.2 Overall Configuration Menu Map A complete Base Radio Menu Map [...]

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    Note The user must enter a four-digit passwor d to enter the CONFIG and DIAGNSE. The FACTORY menu is[...]

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    5 Configuring the RF Communications In order for the Base Radio and the Transmi tter to communicate [...]

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    5.2 RF Baud Rate Selection The RF Baud Rate refers to the speed at which the Base Radio and Transmit[...]

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    5.3 High RF ID Setting The Base Radio uses this parameter al ong with the RF CHAN and BAUD RT parame[...]

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    6 Configuring the Modbus Communications The subsections are as follows: 6.1: Base Radio Setup 6.1.1:[...]

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    distance. If you encounter communication pr oblems between the Base Radio and server computer or exi[...]

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    • ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ • ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Base Radio with Modbus device ID 001 Transmitter with RF ID 1 is fou[...]

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    6.1.3 Modbus Parity Setting The Modbus Parity distinguishes which type of parity is used to validate[...]

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    Follow the Base Radio menu map, shown in Figure 6-4, to configure the mapping mode. The factory defa[...]

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    device ID. The Base Radio uses register addresses 1 through 10 with each subsequent group of 10 regi[...]

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    Subfunction Code Transmitter Device Status 12 Return Bus Communication Error Count 13 Return Bus Exc[...]

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    6.3.6 Command 43- Read Device ID This command returns identification informati on relating to the de[...]

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    10007 Online/Offline Status of Transmitters with RF IDs 33-48 (Mirrored from existing value at addre[...]

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    total from the subtraction and subtract t he next largest number possible and so on until the result[...]

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    00005 + (RF ID * 10) Primary Sensor Value 00006 + (RF ID * 10) Primary Sensor Value 32-Bit IEEE Floa[...]

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    6.5.4 Transmitter Devi ce Status Registers The following are the values for the Device St atus holdi[...]

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    7 Technical Specifications Pow er Characteristics • 10VDC-30VDC, 24 VDC @ 200mA typical RF Charact[...]

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    Figure 7-1 Overall Base Radio Dimensions 35[...]

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    Appendix A Navigating the Menus Pressing either the NEXT or ENTER buttons located on the front of th[...]

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    Appendix B Base Radio Menu Map Figure A- 1 Base Radio Menu Map 37[...]

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    Appendix C Modbus Register Definitions /* Temperature Units */ DegC = 32 , /* Degrees Celcius */ Deg[...]

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    /* Velocity Units */ FtPerSec = 20 , /* feet per second */ MetersPerSec = 21 , /* meters per second [...]

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    KGPerCuMeter = 92 , /* kilograms per cubic meter */ PoundsPerGal = 93 , /* pounds per gallon */ Poun[...]

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    /* Angle Units */ Deg = 143 , /* degrees */ Rad = 144 , /* radians */ /* Conductance Units */ MicroS[...]

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    *16986* Honeywell Industrial Measurement and Control 2500 W. Union Hills Drive Phoenix, AZ 85027[...]