RS-232C is the standard serial communication interface established by EIA (Electronic Industries Association). The RS-232C interface of TS-2600 enables the reading of data or the writing of N-0 correction values via minicomputer or personal computer, using an appropriate program. When your personal computer supports the functions of terminal emulator or VT-100 terminal emulator, it is possible to write torque zero correction value and N-0 correction value in TERMINAL mode of TS-2600.
|Standard||Applicable for EIA and JIS X5101|
|Communication method||Asynchronous full-duplex mode|
|Transmission speed (baud rate)||9600 bps|
|Stop bits||1 bit|
|X parameter control||XON - XOFF control|
|Terminator||CR + LF|
3. Connecting a personal computer
When the connected external equipment uses control signal, it is necessary to neglect the control signal by wiring or program.
Applicable connector model name (signal cable side): R03-PB3M (Made by Tajimi electronics co., ltd)
Standard connection (to communicate only via TxD and RxD signal lines)
4. Description of signal
|RTS(CA)||Request for transmission||Output|
(1) TxD (Transmit Data)
Transmission data output signal, generally it is in MARK status (-9 V).
+9 V level … 0 (Space)
−9 V level … 1 (Mark)
(2) RxD (Receive Data)
Received data input signal
+9 V level … 0 (Space)
−9 V level … 1 (Mark)
(3) SG (Signal Ground )
Common for signal
|Torque zero correction value||CW/CCW One point for each CW/CCW|
|N-0 correction value||CW/CCW Five points for each CW/CCW|
|Auto zero||Zero correction value setting|
|Torque measurement value||A value averaged by the measurement gate time which is set by parameters 1-7 and 1-8.|
|Rotation measurement value||A value averaged by the measurement gate time which is set by parameters 1-7 and 1-8.|
|Setting value||The setting of range, factor, P/R, decimal point, torque zero correction value (CW/CCW), N-0 correction value (CW/CCW), rotation direction and parameter setting.|
|Signal status||Torque signal input, rotation signal input, READY and trigger|
6. Command list
Command terminator is CR (0DH) or LF (0AH), and CR + LF is added to the output from the TS-2600. Xoff (＾S : 13H) pauses output and Xon (＾Q : 11H) resume output.
|RTD (Read Torque Data)||Reads torque indication value.|
|RRD (Read Revo Data)||Reads rotation indication value.|
|RDD (Read Display Data)||Outputs torque and rotation display value, delimiting by comma (,).|
|RLO (Read Logging On)||Outputs torque and rotation indication values, delimiting by comma (,), continuously for each gate time until RLF command is received.|
|RLF (Read Logging off)||Stop outputting which is performed under RLO command.|
Write setting value
Setting value can be written only when the LOCK switch on the front panel is set to UNLOCK.
|STZn ，d (Set Torque Zero)||n=0 (CW)，1(CCW)
d =- 1，0 to 99999
Writes torque zero correction value.
When d=-1, works the same as the TEQ ZERO switch on the front panel.
|STNn ，r(P1), t(P1), r(P2), t(P2), r(P3), t(P3), r(P4), t(P4), r(P5), t(P5), (Set Torque N-0)||n=0 (CW)，1(CCW)
r(P1 to P5)=0 to 99999 (Rotation data r/min of each point)
t(P1 to P5)=0 to ±9999 (Torque data of each point)
Writes the N-0 correction value. When the data is appropriate, sorts it in the ascending order of rotation and calculates N-0 table. (The correction is effective when the N-0 switch is ON.)
|SBD (Set Backup Data)||Writes into all backup memory.|
Read setting value
|RTF (Read Torque Factor)||Reads the setting value of torque factor.|
|RTR (Read Torque Range)||Reads the setting value of torque range.|
|RTP (Read Torque decimal Point)||Reads the setting value of decimal point for torque indication.|
|RTZn (Read Torque Zero)||n=0 (CW)，1(CCW)
Reads torque zero correction value.
|RTNn (Read Torque N-0)||n=0 (CW)，1(CCW)
Reads N-0 correction value. Each data is delimited by comma (,) and output in the following order.
|RRP (Read Revo Pulse)||Reads the setting value of rotation P/R.|
|RPS (Read Parameter Setting)||Reads the setting value of parameters.
Each data is (all 0) or (all 1) and delimited by comma (,) and
output in the following order.
|RMD (Read MoDe)||Reads operation mode.
|RCD (Read Condition Data)||Reads condition data. Each data is (all 0)
or (all 1) and delimited by comma (,) and output in the
|RBD (Read Backup Data)||Reads all backup memory data.|
|VER (VERsion)||Reads ROM version.|
Others for inspection
|STA (Set Torque Analog)||Writes torque output DA value (enabled only in CALIBRATION mode).|
|SRA (Set Revo Analog)||Writes rotation output DA value (enabled only in CALIBRATION mode).|
|TRM (TeRMinal mode)||Enters TERMINAL mode.|