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  • I’m using a DR130 with a floppy drive. When I copy measured data to the floppy drive, I get Error 131.

    Error 131 is a media write error. Either the floppy disc is bad, or the floppy drive is broken.

    Publishd:
    Mar, 2018
    ID:
    w0008067
    Category:
    Other
  • I’m trying communication from a RS232C communication module (DT300-31) to a recorder using DAQ32 software, but *E0401 Communication error* is displayed and communication fails.

    On the RS232C communication module, set communication parameters by using the dip switches on the front of the module. Make sure the communication module’s dip switches match what is displayed on the DAQ32's “Environment, diagnosis, and calibration” screen. Also, after changing the dip switch ...

    Publishd:
    Mar, 2018
    ID:
    w0008068
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Whether DAQ32 (DP120) data acquisition software supports Windows 7.

    Version R10.07.01 supports Windows 7. You can download the latest version at the URL below. DAQ32 (DP120) Revision Upgrade If you lost your license number, you can use your universal key.

    Publishd:
    Aug, 2016
    ID:
    w0008066
    Category:
    Software
  • Error code 123 appears

    Check the DR230's main screen to see if RECORD, C, M, or T light up or appear. If any of them light up or appear, stop those operations. RECORD: Stop recording. C: Stop computation. Press the FUNC key, then select MATH STOP. YES.

    Publishd:
    Apr, 2016
    ID:
    w0008064
    Category:
    Setting
  • Error code 004 appears

    In the user's manual, see Displaying information set in the modules (MODULE INF) in section 9.4, "Clearing Alarm/Message Buffers, Displaying Module/Communications Information, Structuring System Modules, and Initializing Information," and check whether the module information is being recognized corr...

    Publishd:
    Apr, 2016
    ID:
    w0008065
    Category:
    Setting
  • Does not know what FIFO is with the MX100/DARWIN API

    It is a process in which measured data is written to a buffer. On the MX100, measured data cannot be acquired unless FIFO is started. On the MX100 you can use different FIFO buffers for each measurement interval (up to 3). See the corresponding manual chapter below. See the following manual chapt...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0005009
    Category:
    Other
  • Unable to perform digital output with the MX100/DARWIN API

    For user digital output on the MX100, set the DO module channel to command DO, and send the DO data. Set the channel to command DO See the setup change function (setDOTypeMX) of the setting function. For extended API, see channel settings (setChKindMX100) Preparing DO data See the setup change ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0005010
    Category:
    Specification
  • Unable to perform analog output with the MX100/DARWIN API

    For user analog output on the MX100, set the AO module channel to command AO, and send the AO data. Set the channel to command AO See the setup change function of the setting function (setAOTypeMX) For extended API, see channel settings (setChKindMX100) Preparing AO data See the setup change f...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0005011
    Category:
    Specification
  • Error number 9 with the MX100/DARWIN API

    This occurs when an error is returned from the measuring instrument. With the MX100, you can get the MX100-specific error number. See the following manual chapters. Chapter, "MX100 Setting Item Numbers" in the model MX190 MX100/DARWIN API user's manual

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0005012
    Category:
    Other
  • Error number 12 with the MX100/DARWIN API

    With the MX100, this error occurs when settings that are sent are invalid. Get the setting item number for determining where the invalid setting is located. See the following manual chapters. Chapter, "MX100 Setting Item Numbers" in the model MX190 MX100/DARWIN API user's manual

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0005013
    Category:
    Other
  • Simultaneous saving to SCSI and floppy on the DC100

    Yes. However, please note the following settings. Make multiple memory partitions. On the SET UP menu under MEM SET, set FILE COPY & DELETE=OFF, and FILE ROTATE=ON (WRITE MODE=REPEAT). Event actions must be set, for example:  LOGIC BOX NO=1  EVENT=FILE END  ACT=EDGE/MEMORY: CP_FDD  LOGIC ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008033
    Category:
    Specification
  • Support for the RoHS directive

    Please see the document below. You can confirm the compliance status of recorders and controllers with the RoHS directive. RoHS directive compliance status

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0000046
    Category:
    Other
  • Substitutes for discontinued models

    Please see the following page for recommended replacements for discontinued models. Information on discontinued products and recommended substitute models

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0003053
    Category:
    Specification
  • Digits after the decimal point when applying a moving average

    When applying a moving average, the decimal places matches the number of digits in the range.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008001
    Category:
    Specification
  • Channel specification when outputting measured data

    If you specify unidentified channels, no errors occur but the channels are ignored.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008002
    Category:
    Specification
  • Communication protocol with dedicated expansion model cable

    It is a Yokogawa proprietary protocol that is HDLC compliant.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008003
    Category:
    Specification
  • Computation error with statistical computation (average) on the Viewer software

    The Viewer cannot determine the numbers after the decimal with statistical computation on DI input. Data acquired and results computed by the BFD32 are affected by the decimal of the specified measurement range. For DI (contact input), a 4.2 µA current (using a power supply for burnout) flows ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008004
    Category:
    Specification
  • Burnout check not working

    After entering Setup mode settings (including burnout), you have to store the settings using the XE command. If you don't send the XE command, the settings are ignored.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008005
    Category:
    Specification
  • Difference between RELATIVE and ABSOLUTE in timer settings

    RELATIVE: Count begins from the moment the timer time is set, and timeup occurs when a set time is reached. For example, if timer 1 is currently at 7 days/10 hours/00 minutes, and you set 01 days/10 hours/00 minutes, the timeup occurs every 1 day and 10 hours from that moment, in other words, at 08 ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008006
    Category:
    Specification
  • Burnout determination criteria

    4.2 µA flows from a burnout power supply, resistance is measured, and the determination is made. : Thermocouple is normal: Less than 10 KΩThermocouple breaks, and while it is breaking: 10 KΩ or more

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008007
    Category:
    Specification
  • Meaning of specification, "Signal supply rating 15 VDC, 30 mA"

    The input types are non-voltage contact and open collector. Hence, it is not necessary to input a voltage to pulse input. This specification shows the withstand voltage and current capacity determined for contacts or transducers. In other words, a contact or transducer is needed that does not short ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008008
    Category:
    Specification
  • "Balance" DARWIN setting not active

    To write the current settings to the DA100, "Send" the settings, then "Receive" them, then immediately execute "Balance." When you change settings, sometimes the "Balance" menu does not become active.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008009
    Category:
    Specification
  • Meaning of "initial balancing" and "initialization" of the strain input channels

    When measuring strain with initial balancing (EXEC), measurement is performed using the state with the gauge connected as a reference criterion. Therefore, you must balance the bridge with the gauge connected. This balancing is called initial balancing. Initialization (INIT) means to restore the v...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008010
    Category:
    Terminology
  • Calculation stops during power integration

    Calculation stops when there is abnormal data, such as an overrange of an argument in the formula. If you suspect abnormal data, we recommend that you make a selection regarding error data processing (SKIP or ERROR) in SETUP mode. If you select SKIP, the abnormal data is ignored, and calculation con...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008011
    Category:
    Specification
  • Cannot detect subunit abnormality

    You can with the following methods. If you short any channel of any module attached to the subunit (always 0 V in voltage measurement mode) and set an alarm and relay output on the channel, the alarm occurs constantly, and the alarm output relay turns ON. On the other hand, if an abnormality occurs...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008012
    Category:
    Setting
  • Phenomenon when the power of a subunit in the middle fails

    In principle, they should continue to run even if their upstream subunit has a power failure. However, temporal effects will be experienced (data acquisition will be temporarily lost, or certain data might become damaged).

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008013
    Category:
    Specification
  • Including thermocouples in certificates of results

    Thermocouple data is generally not included with our digital devices. The accuracy of data measured with thermocouples is the combined accuracies of: the thermocouple itself; the temperature compensator; the linearization that approximates the thermocouple's characteristics; the mV range serving as ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008014
    Category:
    Other
  • Connecting to a PC for continuous data acquisition

    The set of communication commands TS.GET.FM outputs data on the necessary number of channels (1 scan interval's worth). Accordingly, data cannot be output continuously. Also, the data acquisition on the software has nothing to do with the scan interval on the hardware, so they cannot be synchronized...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008015
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Extension serial number when acquiring continuous data

    After .Y99, the number changes to .YA1 through 9, then .YB1 through 9, and so on from A to Z. Anything beyond .YZ9 has not been verified.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008016
    Category:
    Specification
  • Windows XP support

    R10.03 and later support Windows XP.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008017
    Category:
    Specification
  • IP address change error after changing to Windows 7

    DAQ32 (DP120) or DAQWORX DAQ32 Plus (WX102) installed on Windows 7 or Windows Vista cannot change the IP address of DARWIN series Ethernet modules (suffix code /C7) or DARWIN series standalone models with the Ethernet communications option (model code DT300-41) shipped on or prior to June, 2007. Add...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008018
    Category:
    Setting
  • Connecting to an in-house network

    Yes. Set the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway on the main unit.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008019
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Changing the communication speed

    Yes. If you are monitoring or recording with DAQ32, stop those. Then, change the speed as follows. Start "Environment, diagnosis and calibration", and click the Environment tab. In the RS-232C field, click 9600 under Baud Rate to display a list. On the list, click 38400. The 3 horizont...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008020
    Category:
    Setting
  • Cables required for Ethernet communication

    If connecting the PC directly to the DA100, use one cross cable. If going through a hub, use 2 straight cables.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008022
    Category:
    Specification
  • Maximum number of monitor channels on DAQ32

    It can monitor up to 20 channels. If you need more channels, please consider DAQ32Plus (supports up to 300 channels).

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008023
    Category:
    Specification
  • DA100 physical shock specification

    In "Shipping and storage conditions (unpowered)" of the DA100 GS, it gives a specification of "Shock: 329 m/s2 or less (in packaging)". Given a shock of 329 m/s or less while packaged, it might need readjustment, but it should return to normal operation without any permanent or d...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008024
    Category:
    Specification
  • Time of DA100 measured data

    Yes. The DA100 does not keep track of absolute time. When starting to acquire measured data using package software on a PC, the PC's time is set on the DA100. After that, time is managed based on the DA100's scan interval (relative time). Therefore the measurement time changes according to the PC's ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008025
    Category:
    Specification
  • Alarm settings on the DA100 expandable model

    No. Because the numerical value of that abnormal data is fixed, it cannot be used as alarm setting data values.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008026
    Category:
    Setting
  • Data loss on DAQ32 Plus

    Because DAQ32 Plus has greater functionality than DAQ32, it requires that much more CPU speed and memory. If there was no problem on DAQ32 but the performance bar goes to OVER on DAQ32 Plus, probably the baud rate set on DAQ32 is too slow for DAQ32 Plus. Try raising the baud rate. If that doesn't im...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008027
    Category:
    Specification
  • Scale setting when current drops with a CT

    Set the span and scale to ±30000 (ignoring the decimal point). In this case the range is 250 V, 5 A, so the span is in the range of ±1250 W. As you are dropping the current with the CT to 1/10, you have to increase the scale by 10 times. Therefore, the scale value will be within &plusm...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008028
    Category:
    Specification
  • Limit values for voltage measurement

    For voltage measurement, if 5% of range + range span is exceeded, an overrange occurs (±32767 is output). For temperature range, the +10°C measuring range is the upper limit. Ex) For the ±50 V range (span of -50 to +50), the upper limit overrange is determined as: 50 V+100 V &tim...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008029
    Category:
    Specification
  • Cannot save data to floppy disk on the DA100

    There are 2 possible reasons for an error code 139. The floppy disk is damaged. Use a different floppy disk (one from a different production lot). The floppy drive is damaged. Please submit for repair.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008030
    Category:
    Specification
  • Ordering test certificates

    Specify the certificate when ordering the product. Test certificates are included with the test certificates of the main unit and modules.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008031
    Category:
    Other
  • Settings on the DA100 to bypass subunits

    If 300 ch or less, you can set it so that the subunit is not recognized.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008032
    Category:
    Setting
  • Time to copy data from RAM to floppy disk

    It takes approximately 70 seconds to copy the data in RAM (512 KB) to a floppy disk.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008034
    Category:
    Specification
  • Clearing DR digital printout settings

    You can set digital printout for each channel. If you turn digital printout of all channels OFF, digital printout stops, including the date.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008035
    Category:
    Setting
  • Data printout with manual printing

    The current data is not necessarily printed when the manual printout is started. With data that is manually printed, 1 scan's worth of data is held every scan. When a manual printout is requested, that 1 scan's worth of data is sent, and printed out. Therefore, if a manual printout is requested duri...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008036
    Category:
    Specification
  • Unable to set the data length in memory

    When creating a data file in memory (512 KB RAM), files are added without overwriting until the memory is full. Therefore if the set data length is longer than the remaining memory, the setting can no longer be entered. Check the amount of memory when creating files, and clear the memory if necessar...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008037
    Category:
    Specification
  • Timing of DR scale printout

    The DR's scale printout format can be selected for each channel as OFF, ON1, ON2, or ON3 (OFF means no printing). Also, the DR can accept mixed input, so the scale printout for each channel might differ. If so, the scale is printed out starting from the smallest channel, with 5 cm spacing.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008038
    Category:
    Specification
  • Data recording when the scan interval on the DR is 0.5 seconds

    No. The DR's recording interval is 2 seconds. If the scan interval is 0.5 seconds, 3 data measured from one recording to the next would be thinned. If 1 second, 1 data would be left out.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008039
    Category:
    Specification
  • Reopening date/time after loading data to floppy disk

    Data loaded onto floppies also includes the date/time of measurement, but when you reopen it, the date/time of reopening is recorded.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008040
    Category:
    Specification
  • Maximum number of channels when logging recording

    The maximum number of channels is 145 when channel numbers are set, and 87 when tag numbers are set. <Conditions> Logging interval = 1 min., single loop mode Alarm setting: None, MATH setting: None (both standard and MATH option disabled)The logging recording speed is 1 line/2 s, therefore you ...

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008041
    Category:
    Specification
  • Adding DS subunits to the expandable model

    Only the DS600 can be connected directly to the back of the DR242. The DS400 is too narrow, and cannot be connected. Use the DS600's standard accessory parts to make the connection. The DS600 is attached to the DR232 expandable model main unit in the same way.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008042
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Recording lifespan of the ink ribbon

    For analog trend mode + digital printing, chart speed of 25 mm/h, and a scan interval of Auto, it is approximately 6 months. In logging mode with a recording interval of 1 hr, it is approximately 2 months. This is the same for the DR231 (30 ch).

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008043
    Category:
    Specification
  • With of the chart paper that comes standard with the DR230

    The DR230 is part number B9627AY (25 mm). The DR130 is part number B96855AY (10 mm).

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008044
    Category:
    Specification
  • DR240 battery type and lifespan

    It is a lithium battery with a 10 year life (at an ambient temperature of 23°C, under normal operating conditions).

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008045
    Category:
    Specification
  • Allowable voltage between channels and common mode voltage when measuring battery voltage

    The following voltages can be applied. Ground potential: 350 VDC (common mode noise voltage 250 VACrms × 1.1414). Between ch: 200 VDC (max. noise voltage between channels 150 Vrms × 1.1414). Between channels means the voltage between channels within the same module. The voltage between ...

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008046
    Category:
    Specification
  • Parity check on loading data

    No, on DARWIN, only a vertical parity check is performed.

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008047
    Category:
    Specification
  • Using the extender module (DV100-011) with the DA100

    Yes. This is possible both with the RS-232C and Ethernet models. Aside from the DA100 Quick Start package, this requires the extender base (DV100-012), expansion cable (DV200-XXX), and input module. The thinking is the same as the DA100 standalone model. After making connections, you must reconfigur...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008049
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Internal processing of module DI input (non-voltage contact input)

    The voltage generated when a burnout current of 4.2 mA flows to the measuring terminal circuit is measured in the 60 mV range, and a determination is made. If 42 mV (10 kΩ) or more, the result is 0 (open). If less than that, 1 (closed).

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008050
    Category:
    Specification
  • Universal module temperature measurement interval

    For 0.5 second models, temperature is measured for RJC every 2.5 seconds (with a 0.5 second scan, since the time for processing temperature measurement, burnout, and other factors is too short, measurement occurs every 5 cycles). For 2.0 second models, temperature measurement for RJC occurs every sa...

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008051
    Category:
    Specification
  • Extender module limit

    Extender modules can be connected to the main unit (DA100-1) and subunit (DS400, DS600). However, only 1 extender module can be connected to each. Total cable length: expansion cable (max. 500 m) + extender cable (max. 30 m). Even if using an extender module, the maximum number of input channels is ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008052
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Error during power measurement

    Measuring conditions Measured values cannot be guaranteed if the measuring range of the input is not of the conditions below. 10% of measurement range < voltage, current < 100% If the apparent power input (VA) is 10% of the range or less, the phase and power factor cannot be measured, and &quo...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008053
    Category:
    Specification
  • DCV/TC input module current value stipulation

    There is no strict specification for the input current value of DCV/TC INPUT, but the current value can be determined from the following specification. DCV/TC INPUT specification Max input voltage: V 2 VDC range, thermocouple, RTD: ±10 VDC 6 VDC range or higher: ...

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008054
    Category:
    Specification
  • Relay ON/OFF control from the PC

    You can, starting with style 8 of the DA. Setting command: VS. Control execute command: VD.The DR and DC do not support this. With DAQ32 and DAQ32Plus you can set up output relays, but you can't actually operate them with commands. You can also control relay operation using In Touch for DARWIN 2000.

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008055
    Category:
    Specification
  • Outputting alarms from relays on the DA100

    Ex. 1  Using alarm settings and an AND relay Input channel alarm settings Level1=H Alarm value=100.0 (°C) Relay (internal SW) setting = Output relay number Level2=L ...

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008056
    Category:
    Setting
  • Subunit recognition error

    In the DARWIN series' system configuration confirmation screen, the display shows DS-600 no matter which subunit is actually connected because only the number of subunits and module types are identified. For the same reason, even if you attach a clamp terminal module, the display shows a screw termi...

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008057
    Category:
    Specification
  • Settings and initialization when adding modules

    Generally they are not initialized if the modules are not different from the previous system. However, initialization happens if slots are in the following conditions. Slot replaced with a module of a different model name or style number Slot whose module was removed Slot with a newly installed mod...

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008058
    Category:
    Specification
  • Using modules supporting new styles

    This requires upgrading the DARWIN hardware style. Please submit for factory rework.

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008059
    Category:
    Specification
  • Counter totalizing during integration/scaling

    Yes. The integral value is the scale calculation.

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008060
    Category:
    Specification
  • When the counter is up

    Unless you set the counter to go back to zero with the SETUP function, an overflow results.

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008061
    Category:
    Specification
  • Strain input module accuracy

    The range of the strain input module depends on the measurement mode and gauge method. (see the table below) Meausrement mode 2K 20K 200K 1 gauge method −2000 to +2000µε −20000 to +20000µε −200000 to +200000µε 2 gauge method −1000 to +...

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0008062
    Category:
    Specification
  • Displaying MX100 and DA100 data

    MX100 → GateMX/MW or MXLOGGER → DAQLOGGER DA100 → DAQLOGGER with the above you can load both data on DAQLOGGER, but it will take at least one second.

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0013011
    Category:
    Specification
  • Monitoring and recording multiple products on DAQ32Plus

    No. DAQ32Plus only supports 1 unit. We recommend using DAQLOGGER.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0013038
    Category:
    Specification
  • DAQ32Plus unable to open Ethernet communication

    Double-click the DAQ32Plus environment settings icon, click the Environment tab, and make sure ETHERNET is selected and that the DA100's IP address is set. If the IP address is not set, set it and then restart DAQ32Plus.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0013042
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • In the monitor, the PC and trend time are different

    The time in the trends is the time on the DA100. When connected for a long time, the times on the PC and DA100 can start to diverge. Closing and then reopening the connection will synchronize the times because the PC's time is automatically set on the DA100.

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0013045
    Category:
    Specification
  • Sorting of channels in the DAQ32Plus group assignments

    Yes.

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    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0013048
    Category:
    Specification
  • Unable to record on a DA100 connected with DAQ32Plus

    If you have not changed any settings, check the following. Check the amount of free space on the hard disk, and perform error checking Check the DA100 power, and whether the green STATUS lamp is lit Communication cable connection and replacement

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0013051
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Installing communication modules on the DR expandable model

    Yes, as long as the style number of the communication module is less than or equal to that of the main unit. The style number is printed on the name plate of the main unit and communication module. The main unit's name plate is back behind the chart cassette (remove the cassette to view it). To ch...

    Publishd:
    Apr, 2014
    ID:
    w0008063
    Category:
    Specification
  • Setting an IP address on an Ethernet module using DAQ32Plus

    Since the OS security level has increased, you can no longer set the Ethernet module's IP address on Windows 7. Data acquisition will be unaffected, but for the IP address setting use a Windows XP PC with DAQ32 installed.

    Publishd:
    Apr, 2014
    ID:
    w0013064
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation