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Operating Instructions
Interface Description
N 155 Target Display
Program 01
From version 2.10
Content
1. General information
1.1
Safety precautions
1.2
Description
2. Pin assignment
3. Interface
3.1
Interface data
3.2
Protocol
3.3
Check sum
3.4
Special features in data transfer
3.5
Broadcast commands
4. Description of commands
4.1
General information
4.2
Operating commands
4.3
Parameter commands and their significance
4.4
Identifier commands
4.5
Specific commands
5. Error signals
5.1
CRC error
5.2
Format error
6. Overview of commands
7. Technical data
Baumer IVO GmbH & Co. KG
Dauchinger Strasse 58-62 • DE-78056 Villingen-Schwenningen
Phone +49 (0)7720 942-0 • Fax +49 (0)7720 942-900
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03.10 • 171.02.294/4
Subject to modification
in technic and design.
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1. General information
1.1 Safety precautions
General remarks
The equipment is designed and assembled according to the prevailing regulations of technology. The equipment
left the manufacturer in perfect working order and in line with all safety-relevant conditions. To maintain this
status of the equipment, it is imperative to stick to the following when installing and using the device:
- use only according to the intended purpose,
- observation of any precautions regarding safety and hazards,
- observe the present manual and especially the relevant safety precautions!
Make sure that the operating manual and especially the chapter describing the safety precautions is read and
well understood by the staff in charge. Supplementary to the operating instructions, ad other generally or legally
relevant regulations regarding accident prevention and environmental care are to be considered and observed.
This manual is a supplement to already existing documentation (data sheet, mounting instructions, catalogues).
Intended purpose of the equipment
Intended purpose of the equipment is industrial process monitoring and control in metal, wood, plastic, paper,
glass and textile etc. industry.
It is imperative that the equipment is applied only
- in properly installed condition and
- in line with the relevant technical data!
Any operation outside the technical specifications/parameters is improper use and in conjunction
with the equipment/processes/machines to be monitored/controlled might lead to
- fatal injuries
- serious damage to health,
- damage to property or corporate equipment or
- damage to the device!
Any overvoltage the device might be exposed to at its connecting terminals has to be limited to the values
stipulated in overvoltage category II (see technical data).
The device must not be operated
- in hazardous areas where is danger of explosion,
- as medical equipment or in medical areas,
- or in any applications expressly named in EN 61010!
If the device is utilized for control/monitoring of machines or processes where as the result of a
failure/malfunction or incorrect operation of the device might occur
- any threats to life,
- risks of damage to health or
- any risk of damage to property or environment
the corresponding appropriate safety precautions must be taken!
Do not open the housing of the device or proceed any modifications! Any modifications of the device can affect
operating safety and result in danger!
Do not proceed any repairs but return defective devices to the manufacturer!
Installation/commissioning
In case of any extraordinary incidents (including in the operating behaviour) that impair safety switch off the device immediately.
Installation must be carried out by suitably trained experts only. After proper mounting and installation the device
is ready for operation.
Maintenance/repairs
Always disconnect the power supply of all appliances involved. Maintenance and repair work must only be carried out by suitably trained experts.
If troubleshooting is unsuccessful, do not continue using the device but contact the manufacturer.
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1.2 Description
Mounting the target display is by using the attached mounting plate that is fixed at the machine by using two
screws. The target display can be hooked onto the brackets provided at the mounting plate.
The position data will not get lost even in case of power failure (min. 10 years).
The current position value is indicated as running value in the two-line LCD display with backlight (2 x 5 digits,
numeric). Optionally the target received by the control unit (master) can be indicated simultaneously in the same
display. Two arrows show the editing engineer the turning direction in order to align current value with target. As
soon as the current value is in coincidence with the target and within the tolerance window, the target will disappear. Programming the relevant parameters at the master enables the display to be turned by 180° to allow vertical installation of the target display. Connecting the target display is by the help of an M8 connector. Power
supply of all target displays connected is by the same cable directly by master. Programming of target display by
master only.
target display
arrows indicating the direction
display „current value“
enter key
2. Pin assignment
Terminal
Assignment
Wire color DIN47100
IEC757
Pin 1
Tx/Rx-, RS485
white
orange
Pin 2
Tx/Rx+, RS485
brown
brown
Pin 3
sensor supply +24 V
yellow
red
Pin 4
sensor supply 0 V
green
black
1
3
2
2
4
4
connector M8
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mating
connector M8
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Terminal
Assignment
Wire color DIN47100
IEC757
Pin 1
sensor supply +24 V
yellow
red
Pin 2
sensor supply 0 V
green
black
Pin 3
--
--
--
Pin 4
Tx/Rx+, RS485
brown
brown
Pin 5
Tx/Rx-, RS485
white
orange
4
3
2
3
2
4
1
5
1
5
connector M16
mating
connector M16
Connect power supply that is free from interference emission. The supply must not be used as
parallel supply of drives, shields, magnetic valves, etc.
Apply DC according to terminal assignment power supply: 24 VDC ±10 %
Shield
Use shielded cables only. The cable shield must be grounded at the machine
(two examples each depending on the cable, see drawings).
3. Interface
3.1 Interface data
Type:
RS485
Baud rate:
19200
Parity:
No
Data bits:
8
Stop bits:
1
Handshake:
No
Check sum:
Yes (CRC)
Lag time response*:
1...16 ms
* To avoid Bus collisions, a minimum time lag in responding of 1 ms
is imperative, i.e. the time elapsed between the last bit of the query
and sending the 1st bit of the N 155 response.
Important: Please consider that due to the abovementioned
minimum time lag of 1 ms in responding the Bus switching time
after having sent the last bit must not exceed 1 ms.
3.2 Protocol
The target display operates with ASCII protocol (clear text protocol). Depending on the command, the volume of
the protocol varies between 5 and 17 bytes.
Byte
1
2
3
4-n
n+1
n+2
Hex-Code
01H
XXh
XXh
[XXh..XXh]
04h
XXh
Significance
SOH = header token
Adr = address
Cmd = command code
[Data] = data
EOT = footer token
CRC = check sum
Value range
fix on 01h
00...31dez + 20h Offset (address 00 = 20h)
defined commands
20h-7Fh
fix on 04h
00h...FFh
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3.3 Check sum
To support an error-free data transmission, a check sum byte CRC is added after the footer token (EOT) to the
string to be transferred. Upon reception of a command the CRC byte received is crosschecked with the selfcalculated CRC byte.
Algorithm:
1) Reset check sum byte.
2) Rotate check sum byte by 1 bit to the left.
3) Link result to first data byte XOR.
4) Rotate result by 1 bit to the left.
5) Link result to the second data byte XOR.
:
x) Rotate result by 1 bit to the left.
y) Link result to the last data byte (always 04H) XOR.
z) Add result as CRC after the footer token (04H) to the sending string.
Note:
1101 0000
RL 1010 0001
Important: Bit 7 is being shifted into bit 0 during rotation
Example:
Transmission string w/o CRC
CRC-Byte
= 0Ah
= 01h 20h 43h 04h
0000 0000
RL
0000 0000
XOR
0000 0001 (01h)
=
0000 0001
0000 0001
RL
0000 0010
XOR
0010 0000 (20h)
=
0010 0010
0010 0010
RL
0100 0100
XOR
0100 0011 (43h)
=
0000 0111
0000 0111
RL
0000 1110
XOR
0000 0100 (04h)
=
0000 1010
= CRC
Legend: RL = rotate left; XOR = non-equivalence link
3.4 Special features in data transfer
For reasons of compatibility and independent from the number of digits provided in the display, the complete
multicon system features the same data volume (refer to chart „overview of commands). For example, command “R” (read current value) comprises 6 bytes as data volume to be transferred whilst it is a 5-digit display
only.
3.5 Broadcast commands
Some specific commands are defined as so-called broadcast commands. As soon as such a command is sent
by master to identifier 99, the command will be accepted by each N 155 in the network. Each individual target
display will accomplish the respective function but will not return any confirmation to the master.
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4. Description of commands
4.1 General information
The following is describing the individual interface commands broken down into the four groups below:
-
operating commands [ commands required during operation ]
parameter commands [ commands serving for parameterization ]
identifier commands [ commands for indication or alteration of the device identifier (address)]
specific commands [ commands for specific functions as device reset or read version number]
The following abbreviations will be applied:
SOH
EOT =
Adr =
Cmd
data =
= Start of header (header token)
End of transmission (footer token)
device identifier including offset 20h
= Command
data being sent or received
4.2 Operating commands
4.2.1 Read current value „R“ (52h)
This command is for reading the 5-digit current value (lower display line). Data volume is always 6 bytes. In case
of a negative value, the negative “-“ sign (2Dh) together with 5 data bytes will be returned. Positive values are
depicted by 6 data bytes without sign. Values of less than 5 (4) digits will come with preceding zeroes. Please
note that the current value is always of 5 digits (refer also to chapter “Special features in data transfer”).
Example 1: Read current value (current value = -32.50
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
52h
EOT
04h
CRC
40h
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
52h
2Dh
current value = -32.50
30h
33h
32h
35h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
54h
Example 2 Programming the current value (new current value = 75.50)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
52h
30h
current value = 75.50
30h
37h
35h
35h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
C9h
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
52h
30h
current value = 75.50
30h
37h
35h
35h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
C9h
4.2.2. Read / write target (profile) „S“ (53h)
This command is for reading the presently active target or for programming respectively reading a specific target. The data are composed of profile number (2 bytes) and target (6 bytes). Important: Negative targets are
transferred as 5 digit numbers (see example no. 3). Please consider that the targets are always of 5 digits only.
Example 1: Read active target (current profile number = 12; target = 12.50)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
53h
EOT
04h
CRC
2Ah
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
53h
Profil-Nr. = 12
31h
32
30h
30h
Cmd Profil-Nr. = FFh
53h
3Fh
3Fh
3Fh
3Fh
target = 12.50
31h
32h
35h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
3E
target = FFFFFFh
3Fh
3Fh
3Fh
3Fh
EOT
04h
CRC
2Ah
Response upon clearing all targets:
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
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Example 2: Read target of a specific profile (profile number = 17; target = 12.50)
Send
Response
SOH
01h
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Adr
20h
Cmd
53h
Cmd
53h
Profil-Nr. = 17
31h
37h
Profil-Nr. = 17
31h
37h
EOT
04h
CRC
16h
30h
30h
target = 12.50
31h
32h
35h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
BCh
Example 3: Write target of specific profile (profile number = 17; target = -12.50)
s
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
53h
Profil-Nr. = 17
31h
37h
2Dh
30h
target = -12.50
31h
32h
35h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
FBh
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
53h
Profil-Nr. = 17
31h
37h
2Dh
30h
target = -12.50
31h
32h
35h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
FBh
4.2.3 Read / write profile number „V“ (56h)
This command is for reading the number of the presently active profile respectively for altering the profile.
Example 1: Read active profile (active profile number = 38)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
56h
EOT
04h
CRC
20h
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd Profile no. = 38 EOT
56h
04h
33h
38h
CRC
28h
Response after reset upon clearing all profiles:
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd Profile no. = FF EOT
56h
04h
3Fh
3Fh
CRC
16h
Example 2: Send new profile (New profile number = 17)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd Profile no. = 17 EOT
56h
04h
31h
37h
CRC
3E
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd Profile no. = 17 EOT
56h
04h
31h
37h
CRC
3E
Example 3: Send new profile by broadcast command to each N 155 (Adr = 99 (83h); new profile number = 17)
Send
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
83h
Cmd Profile no. = 17 EOT
56h
04h
31h
37h
CRC
04
No confirmation
To check whether the new profile has been entered by all N 155 in the network, check command „C“ (43h) can
be applied.
4.2.4 Check position „C“ (43h)
This command is providing the alignment status of target versus current value. If current value is in coincidence
with target the response will be „o“ (6Fh) for OK together with the current profile number. If the running value is
beyond the target, „x“ (78H) followed by the current profile number will be replied.
Example: (active profile number = 05)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
43h
EOT
04h
CRC
0Ah
Response if current value = target:
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
43h
Status Profile no. = 05 EOT
04h
6Fh
30h
35h
CRC
A5h
Response if current value ≠ target:
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
43h
Status Profile no. = 05 EOT
04h
78h
30h
35h
CRC
1D
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The following state-related values are available:
State
o (6Fh)
x (78h)
Significance
current value=target
current value≠ arget
Extended command Check Position „CX“
Besides the state value of the target/current value comparison, the extended command „Check Position“ reads
out the current value. The profile number is not transmitted. Regarding available state-related values please see
above.
Example:
transmission
Response
SOH Adr Cmd SCmd EOT CRC
01h 20h 43h 58h 04h A8h
SOH Adr Cmd state
01h 20h 43h 6Fh
reserved
80h 80h
reserved
80h 80h
2Dh
Current value = -12.50
30h 31h 32h 35h
30h
EOT CRC
04h B7h
4.2.5 Read / write offset „U“ (55h)
This command is for reading or writing the offset to be added to the actual current value. This function however
has to be activated first in the command bit parameter ‚a’ (61h).
Example 1: Read offset
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
55h
EOT
04h
CRC
26h
Cmd
55h
2Dh
data (offset = –20.00)
30h
32h
30h
30h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
C3h
2Dh
data (offset = –20.00)
30h
32h
30h
30h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
C3h
Example 2: Write offset
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Response in both examples:
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
55h
4.2.6. Write a number sequence in upper line of the display „t“ (74h)
The command is for writing a 5-digit number sequence in the upper display line. The sequence is depicted without dot respectively comma. Preceding zeroes as well as both arrows for direction are hidden. The bottom line is
still showing the current value.
The number sequence will remain until any command except „t“, „u“ or „R“ is received by interface.
Example: (number sequence = 054321)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
74h
30h
Number sequence = 054321
35h
34h
33h
32h
31h
EOT
04h
CRC
C6h
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
74h
30h
Number sequence = 054321
35h
34h
33h
32h
31h
EOT
04h
CRC
C6h
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4.2.7 Write a number sequence in the lower line of the display „u“ (75h)
The command is for writing a 5-digit number sequence in the lower display line. The sequence is depicted without dot respectively comma. Preceding zeroes as well as both direction arrows are hidden. The upper line is still
showing the current target or number sequence.
The number sequence will remain until any command except „t“, „u“ or „R“ is received by the interface.
Example: (number sequence = 012345)
send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
75h
30h
Number sequence = 012345
31h
32h
33h
34h
35h
EOT
04h
CRC
B6h
response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
75h
30h
Number sequence = 012345
31h
32h
33h
34h
35h
EOT
04h
CRC
B6h
Important:
Combining the commands „t“ and „u“ enables a 10-digit number in the display.
Both number sequences are not saved by EEPROM.
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4.3 Parameter commands and their significance
4.3.1 Read / write bit parameters „a“ (61h)
To exploit the maximum storage capacity, several parameters are put together and transferred as “pack”.
Parameter codes as follows:
Data1:
Data2:
Data3:
Data4/5:
1 0 X X 0 0 0 0
┬ ──┬── ───┬───
│
│
└─────
│
└────────────
└────────────────
reserved
arrows
1
1 0 0 X 0 X 0 0
┬ ┬ ─┬─ ─┬─ ─┬─
│ │ │
│
└───
│ │ │
└───────
│ │ └───────────
│ └──────────────
└────────────────
reserved
turn display
offset
reserved
1
1 0 X X X 0 X X
┬ ┬ ──┬── ┬ ─┬─
│ │
│
│ └───
│ │
│
└──────
│ │
└──────────
│ │
│ └──────────────
└────────────────
reserved
1
0 0 1 1 X X X X
───┬───
└─────
reserved
hide target
resolution
decimal point
0/1/2/3
(UP/DOWN/UNI/OFF)
0/1
0/1
(OFF/ON)
(OFF/ON)
0/1/2
0/1
0/1/2/3/4/5
(ON/OFF/EVER)
(1/100 or 1/10)
(AUTO/OFF/0.0/0.00
0.000/0.0000)
Important: Only bits marked ‘X’ may be altered. The fix values „1“ and „0“ must not be altered since thereby a
control token (tokens < 20h) might be created what is not allowed in ASCII protocol.
Example 1: Read bit-parameters (Data1 to Data3 = 80h; Data4 to Data5 = 30h)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
61h
EOT
04h
CRC
4E
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
61h
Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5
80h
80h
80h
30h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
F1
Bit parameter default
Example 2: Write bit parameters (positioning direction = Down; turn display = On)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
61h
Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5
81h
84h
80h
30h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
91h
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
61h
Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5
81h
84h
80h
30h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
91h
Parameter significance
Arrows
This parameter is for displaying arrows intended as support for the editing engineer. They indicate the direction for
the new setting (clockwise or counter clockwise, up or down). The following settings are possible
00 = Up
01 = Down
10 = Uni
11 = Off
If current value < target: arrow at the right; current value > target: arrow at the left
Similar to „Up“, but direction of the arrows the other way round
If current value ≠ target: always indicate both arrows
Arrows always hidden
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Turn display
This parameter is for turning the display by 180°.
0 = Off
1 = On
Display with standard mounting, i.e. display on top, key below
Display with inverted mounting, i.e. display below, key on top
Offset
The „U“ command is for programming the offset to be added to current value and relevant target. This parameter
is for defining whether the offset is to be considered in the calculation.
0 = Off
1 = On
Offset not active. Any transferred offset is not added to current value nor target.
Offset active. The offset is added to current value and target.
Hide target
This parameter is for defining when to indicate the target in the upper line of the display.
0 = On
1 = Off
2 = Ever
Always show target if target ≠ current value.
Always show target, even if target = current value. Indicate in addition arrows if target ≠ current
value.
Always hide both target and arrows.
Resolution
This parameter defines the resolution related to the current value. Switching to another resolution will relocate the
decimal point accordingly by one digit to the right or left, both for current value and target. The targets however are
not calculated anew but only the decimal point is relocated. Make sure that during the machine editing procedure
the resolution is defined first and the target values are transmitted to the SPAs afterwards when having selected
the resolution. When switching from mm to inch, the decimal point is displaced by one digit to the left. Both current
value and target are converted into inches. See also command “I” for mm/inch-conversion.
Note: This function is only enabled if parameter decimal point= auto.
0
Resolution 1/100 of a mm resp. 1/1000 of an inch
00.000 inch
Resolution 1/10 of a mm resp. 1/100 of an inch
000.00 inch
1
Displayed: 000.00 mm resp.
Displayed: 0000.0 mm resp.
Decimal point
This parameter is for setting the decimal point.
000 = Auto
001 = Off
010 = 0.0
011 = 0.00
100 = 0.000
101 = 0.0000
The resolution function (see above) is active, this means the decimal point is automatically placed
according to the resolution parameter.
No decimal point is indicated, neither when switching from mm to inch.
Fix decimal point for current value and target. No automatic setting of decimal point when switching from mm to inch. The decimal point remains at the defined digit.
Same as with 0.0
Same as with 0.0
Same as with 0.0
4.3.2. Read / write measuring unit „i“ (69h)
This command is for reading or programming the measuring unit in mm or inches.
Data = 0 (30h) = mm
Data = 1 (31h) = inch
Example 1: Read parameters (setting = mm)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
69h
EOT
04h
CRC
5E
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
69h
Data
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
D0h
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Example 2: Changing the measuring unit into inch
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
69h
Data
31h
EOT
04h
CRC
D2
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
69h
Data
31h
EOT
04h
CRC
D2
Example 3: Programming mm as measuring unit with all target displays by broadcast command (Adr=99)
Send
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
83h
Cmd
69h
Data
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
CDh
No confirmation
Important: Parameter programming is in mm. The target display will convert the mm into inches when displaying the position values.
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4.4 Identifier commands
4.4.1. Placing a device-specific identifier within the network „A“ (41h)
This command is for creating an automated process for defining successively the device identifier of each individual N 155 upon commissioning of the equipment. The first device identifier to be placed is given by broadcast
command to all networked N 155 as follows:
send
SOH
01h
Adr
83h
Cmd
41h
address = 01
30h
31h
EOT
04h
CRC
B4h
All N 155 will now show the identifier to be set which has just been sent in the upper line of the display. The
lower line will indicate the device-specific identifier. Push key provided at N 155 to enter the new identifier. The
identifier is entered and indicated in the lower line of the display (as new device identifier). Both identifiers are
now identical. After 3 seconds N 155 will send the following confirmation „B“ (42h) to the master:
Send to
Master
SOH
01h
Adr
21h
Cmd
42h
address = 01
30h
31h
EOT
04h
CRC
86h
The Master now is able to give command „A“ with the next identifier to be placed as previously described.
This way, all N 155 in the network are automatically given the specific identifier (in successive order).
Important: The confirmation command „B“ sent by N 155 to the master will be repeated after 3 seconds in case
the master is not giving the „A“ command again.
Show identifier in the display „A“ (41h)
This command as broadcast command (Adr = 99) without any parameters will make each N 155 in the network
indicating the device-specific identifier in the bottom line of the display. The upper line is blind.
This command is a designated broadcast command.
Send
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
83h
Cmd
41h
EOT
04h
CRC
80h
no confirmation
N 155 remains in this mode until being switched off and on again or receiving another command except „A“, „R“,
„t“ or „u“.
If this command without any parameters is sent to a valid device identifier (except 99), the target display will
return to standard operation mode. The presently valid device identifier will be replied.
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
21h
Cmd
41h
EOT
04h
CRC
0Ah
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
21h
Cmd
41h
Adr=01
30h
31h
EOT
04h
CRC
9Eh
Extended identifier command „AX“ (41h,58h)
This command is for placing the individual N 155 device identifiers in a way as previously described.
The identifier to be given is sent to all N 155 in the network by the following broadcast command:
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
83h
Cmd
41h
Cmd2
58h
address = 01
30h
31h
EOT
04h
CRC
40h
Similar to the standard command, the upper line of the N 155 display will show the identifier to be placed that
has just been sent. Also entering the identifier will be the same.
However, in this case NO identifier confirmation command „B“ is returned. Whether the identifier has been entered or not has to be checked by master, for example by “R” command (read current value). The “R” command
is sent to the N 155 with corresponding identifier. If the identifier is entered, the target display will reply and the
master can pass on to the next identifier. Regarding other commands the N 155 display will switch to standard
operation.
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4.5 Specific commands
4.5.1. Read version, device type or serial number „X“ (58h)
This command is for reading off version number, device type or serial number. The following sub-commands are
available:
Data = V (56h) = read off version number
Data = T (54h) = read off device type
Data = S (53h) = read off serial number
Example 1: Read version number
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
58h
Data
56h
EOT
04h
CRC
D8h
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
58h
Data
56h
Version number = 2.00
20h
32h
30h
30h
EOT
04h
CRC
FAh
Example 2: Read device type (device type = N 155; software no. = 01)
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
58h
Data
54h
EOT
04h
CRC
DCh
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
58h
Data
54h
type
95h
81h
EOT
04h
CRC
32h
Structure of the transferred device type code:
1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
┬ ──────┬──────
┬ ───────┬─────
│
│
│
└───────
│
│
└────────────────
│
└──────────────────────────
└──────────────────────────────────
=
95 81 hex
software no. 01h = software 01
fix on 1
device type 15h = N 155
fix on 1
Example 3: Read serial number
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
58h
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
58h
Data
53h
Data
53h
EOT
04h
30h
CRC
D2h
37h
Serial number code = 07090EA4
30h
39h
30h
3Eh
3Ah
34h
EOT
04h
CRC
20h
Structure of the serial number code transferred:
The Low-Nibble (lower 4 bits of a byte) of the 8 data bytes received equal together a 4-byte value including the
serial number.
The serial number itself is generated by production date and time. Since also the seconds are coded and only
one number is created per second the serial number is unique.
Example: serial number for production date and time 01.06.2005 16:58:36 = 15 83 0E A4 hex
X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X
J J J J J J M M
M M T T T T T h
h h h h m m m m
m m s s s s s s
0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1
1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0
1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
─────┬───── ────┬──── ────┬──── ─────┬───── ──────┬────── ─────┬─────
│
│
│
│
│
└───────
│
│
│
│
└────────────────────
│
│
│
└─────────────────────────────────
│
│
└────────────────────────────────────────────
│
└──────────────────────────────────────────────────────
└─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
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Bit position
content
example = 15 83 0E A4 hex
seconds 10 0100 = 24h = 36d
minutes 11 1010 = 3Ah = 58d
hours
1 0000 = 10h = 16d
day
0 0001 = 01h = 01d
month
0110 = 06h = 06d
year 00 0101 = 05h = 05d
│
01.06.05 16:58:36 <──────┘
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4.5.2. N 155 reset to default „Q“ (51h)
This command is for resetting several parameters to default, either by individual or collective reset.
Data
Data
Data
Data
=
=
=
=
q
t
x
∆
(71h)
(74h)
(78h)
(7Fh)
=
=
=
=
reset parameters to default
reset device identifier to 98.
reset current value (lower line of display) to 0
all above functions except „r“ (72h) are accomplished.
Note: No profile reset. Profile reset by command „R“.
Example 1: Reset N 155 to default
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
51h
Data
7Fh
EOT
04h
CRC
AEh
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Data
6Fh
EOT
04h
CRC
52h
N 155 replies by standard response ‚o’ (6Fh) = OK
Example 2: Reset all N 155 to default by broadcast command (Adr=99)
Send
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
83h
Cmd
51h
Data
7Fh
EOT
04h
CRC
B3
no confirmation
4.5.3. Profile reset of the target display „K“ (4Bh)
This command is clearing all prior profiles.
Example 1: Profile reset in a specific N 155
Send
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Cmd
4Bh
Data
7Fh
EOT
04h
CRC
C6h
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Data
6Fh
EOT
04h
CRC
52h
N 155 standard reply ‚o’ (6Fh) = OK
Example 2: Profile reset with all N 155 by broadcast command (Adr=99)
Send
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
83h
Cmd
4Bh
Data
7Fh
EOT
04h
CRC
DBh
No confirmation
Important: After profile reset all profile data are set to auf FFFFFFhex respectively FFhex (current profile
number). The display will show 5 dashes instead of the target.
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5. Error signals
5.1 CRC error
If the target display recognises a CRC error in a command transferred, the following signal will be replied:
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Error
65h
EOT
04h
CRC
46h
Error = „e“ (65h) = CRC error
5.2 Format error
If the target display recognises a format error i.e. volume of protocol incorrect or invalid command (Cmd); the following signal will be replied:
Response
SOH
01h
Adr
20h
Error
66h
EOT
04h
CRC
40h
Error = „f“ (66h) = Format error
6. Overview of commands
The following chart is showing in alphabetical order all possible commands (Cmd) as well as options regarding
read and write (programming) etc.
Command
code
Data volume
in bytes
Read
Write
Broadcast
a (61h)
i (69h)
t (74h)
u (75h)
A (41h)
C (43h)
K (4Bh)
Q (51h)
R (52h)
S (53h)
U (55h)
V (56h)
X (58h)
5
1
6
6
2
3
1
6
8
6
2
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
-
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Significance
Read/write general parameters
Parameter: mm / inch
Send tool number
Send any number sequence
Place or indicate device identifier
Check current value = target
Profile reset
Specific command: reset N 155
Read/write current value
Read/write target
Offset
Read/write profile number
Specific command: read version number
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7. Technical data
Technical data - electrical ratings
Supply voltage
Current consumption
Display
Display range
Interface
Data memory
Programmable parameters
Standard DIN EN 61010-1
Emitted interference
Interference immunity
Approval
24 VDC ±10 %
≤30 mA
LCD, 7-segment display, 2-lines, backlit
-9999...+99999
RS485 (ASCII protocol)
>10 years in EEPROM
Measuring unit mm/inch
Direction arrows
Decimal point
Overvoltage category II
Protection class II
Pollution degree 2
DIN EN 61000-6-3
DIN EN 61000-6-2
UL/cUL
Technical data - mechanical design
Protection DIN EN 60529
Operating temperature
Storing temperature
Relative humidity
E-connection
Operation / keypad
Housing type
Dimensions W x H x L
Mounting
Weight approx.
Material
IP 65
-10...+50 °C
-20...+70 °C
80 % non-condensing
- Male/female connector M8, 4-pins
- Cable output (30/15 cm) with male/female connector M8, 4-pins
- Cable output (30/15 cm) with male/female connector M16, 5-pins
Membrane with one softkey (handshake)
Surface mount housing with mounting plate
37 x 75 x 29 mm
Mount onto plate
60 g
Polyamide black, UL 94V-0
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