FAQs

FAQ for MW100

MW100Data Logger

  • Java Execution Blocked

    When using the Java Runtime announced in Y-Link in certain network environments, the following message is displayed and the monitoring screen used by Java can become unavailable. This is displayed because Internet Explorer blocks execution of an old ActiveX control included in Java Runtime for se...

    Publishd:
    Mar, 2016
    ID:
    w0006022
    Category:
    Setting
  • With FTP, the file update time is not shown

    When accessing the CF card from the FTP client software by using the MW100 FTP server function, the update year of the files is shown but not the update time (see figure below). With the MW100, if the update time of the files on the CF card is 6 months before or after the time set on the MW100's...

    Publishd:
    Jun, 2015
    ID:
    w0006021
    Category:
    Specification
  • With Java 8, why doesn't the Web monitor screen display?

    Please update the MW100 firmware to R3.10 or later. To display the MW100 Web monitor screen under Java 8, you must install version R3.10 or later of the firmware on the MW100. When using Java 7, please also refer to the following FAQ. Some bar graphs and numeric values not correct in the Web monit...

    Publishd:
    Feb, 2015
    ID:
    w0006019
    Category:
    Specification
  • Some bar graphs and numeric values not correct in the Web monitor display

    If some bar graphs and numeric values are not correct, try the following. Close all open bar graphs. In Windows Control Panel, open the "Java" control panel. On the Advanced tab of the Java control panel, clear the "Enable the next-generation Java Plug-in (requires browser restart)&q...

    Publishd:
    Aug, 2014
    ID:
    w0006018
    Category:
    Other
  • Can I display the MW100 top screen or measurement data real time display screen with read-only rights (with no setting edit permissions)?

    Set the login function. With user rights you can browse data, but you cannot set the measuring range and other values. For instructions, see section 3.2, "Communication settings" in the user's manual. Note: With administrator rights, you can use all functions.

    Publishd:
    Nov, 2017
    ID:
    w0006026
    Category:
    Specification
  • Wants to set linear scaling on an input channel to a value outside of the -30000 to 30000 range

    Yes, by adding the MATH option (/M1). The MATH span setting range is -9999999 to 99999999.

    Publishd:
    Aug, 2016
    ID:
    w0006024
    Category:
    Specification
  • Error code 313 appears when inserting the CF memory card

    Check whether it is FAT16 (FAT) formatting. The MW100 can not read FAT32 formatting. FAT16 supports up to 2 GB, so use a CF card of 2 GB or less.

    Publishd:
    Aug, 2016
    ID:
    w0006025
    Category:
    Specification
  • Specifying the M3 screw terminal type for the MX110-UNV-M10

    For the MX110-UNV-M10, please use the /NC “No plate with clamp terminals” suffix code. Then, purchase the 772080 M3 plate with screw terminals separately, and attach them to the MX110-UNV-M10/NC.

    Publishd:
    Apr, 2016
    ID:
    w0006023
    Category:
    Model selection
  • 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
  • Loading MW100 measured data on DXAdvanced.

    Yes. However, the DX1000 requires the MATH function option (suffix code: /M1), and the DX2000 requires the expansion channel function option (suffix code: /MC1) or the MATH function option (suffix code: /M1).

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0001014
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Ethernet connection between the DX2000 and the MW100

    The DX2000 (client) requires the expansion channel function option (suffix code: /MC1) or the MATH function option (suffix code: /M1). The MW100 (server) does not require the MATH function. Both serial and Ethernet can be used together. In that case, the DX2000 will require the RS-422A/485 communica...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0001024
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Unable to connect the MX100/DARWIN API and MW100

    The MW100 does not support that API.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0005014
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Graph not shown on web monitor display

    Clear the Web browser cache. Note: Note that when the cache is cleared, it may take a few seconds to load pages when you visit them for the first time, but on and after the second time they will be displayed as quickly as before. When you clear the web browser cache, all previously displayed tem...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006001
    Category:
    Specification
  • Waveform updating of the trend screen stops in the web monitor display

    Waveform data updating can slow down depending on the number of web monitors displayed and network conditions. If you need real time waveform updating, close some of the displays.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006002
    Category:
    Specification
  • Display device error

    This is either a setting error related to key or web setting operations, or an error during recording. Check the error descriptions in the user's manual. To clear the error, use the status information screen of the system setting item in the web setting screen, or press the STOP key. If clearing it ...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006003
    Category:
    Setting
  • Unable to change settings

    Measurement might be in progress. If so, stop measurement in the TOP screen.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006004
    Category:
    Specification
  • Unable to enter module settings

    The module might not be recognized. Check the module information in the module information screen of the system setting items. If the module is not recognized, turn OFF the power, check the mounting of the module, then do a system reconfiguration from the module information screen of the system sett...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006005
    Category:
    Specification
  • Range setting initialized after changing modules

    When you change a module and reconfigure the system, the default settings are restored. You will need to re-enter your settings.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006006
    Category:
    Specification
  • Sending files to 2 locations via FTP

    No. The FTP client can only send files to a secondary master device upon failure to send to the primary master device.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006007
    Category:
    Specification
  • Operation does not stop when turning the power ON and when stopping recording

    The FTP client is executing. If this 7 segment LED continues operating for a long time, the FTP client settings might be incorrect. Check whether the FTP client settings are correct.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006008
    Category:
    Setting
  • Integration on pulse input modules

    No. When installed, you can use pulse input module integration calculations. However, for any other calculations besides integration, you will need the MATH (/M1) option. Also, you will need the report function (suffix code /M3) if you want to make such things as integral flow reports (hourly, daily...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006009
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Cannot display in Internet Explorer 9

    Release number R3.04 and earlier does not support IE 9. Please update to the latest version using our web download service. Note that the service is not available for models with suffix codes /Z and /Sx (where x is 1?199). In those cases, please try the following. Using Internet Explorer 9 On the...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006011
    Category:
    Other
  • Handling application error "ClassFormatError"

    ClassFormatError is a Java error. For Windows 7, we recommend using Java Runtime version 6.0. Try uninstalling the latest version of Java and installing version 6.0. Version 6.0 is included on the CD-ROM that came with the product.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006012
    Category:
    Other
  • EU model power input format and power cord

    The MW100 power cord conforms to the standards below. For the European region, it is VDE, BS, and others. Please check your country's power standards prior to use. D: 3-pin power inlet with UL/CSA cable F: 3-pin power inlet with VDE cable R: 3-pin power inlet with SAA cable Q: 3-pin power inlet wit...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006013
    Category:
    Specification
  • Inputting double-byte characters for tag strings

    No, only single-byte characters can be used.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006014
    Category:
    Specification
  • Number of Modbus servers that can be connected when the MW100 is a Modbus client

    When the MW100 is a Modbus client, up to 10 Modbus servers can be connected.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006015
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • What to do when >E2> and >01> appear repeatedly on the 7 segment display

    This is error "E201." See the user's manual for possible causes and solutions. Press the STOP key to clear the error. If you press the STOP key but the error doesn't clear, press the STOP key again. Up to 3 errors can be held. When the erorr clears, the unit number appears. (Normally &quo...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0006016
    Category:
    Specification
  • Adding channels when DAQLOGGER is connected to the MW100

    Stop monitoring and recording on DAQLOGGER, then perform steps 1 to 3. On GateMX/MW, click the Acquire button of the corresponding MW100 to get the MW100's information. In DAQLOGGER manager, use "ENVI" on the Gate to perform automatic model determination. Under "TAG assignments,&q...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0013054
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Setting all channels at once to SKIP with the SR range setting communication command

    Yes, but only for one module at a time. For example, with a 4-channel high speed module you can set SKIP on 4 channels at once.

    Publishd:
    Apr, 2014
    ID:
    w0006017
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation