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K type thermocouple module installations

by:JVTIA     2020-11-08
K type thermocouple module installation due to the new type K thermocouple module address code are the same, they will address and other modules, so that when you form a system, you must address reconfiguration of each analog input module. Can be connected after the K type thermocouple wire and RS485 communication line, through the configuration commands to modify the SY AD08T module address. The baud rate: the calibration for K type thermocouple and state also need according to the requirement of the user and adjustment. In the modified K type thermocouple baud rate, check and status before must be installed configuration jump line, otherwise cannot be modified. All SYAD08T modules have a special label for CONFIG pin. The CONFIG short-circuit received ground pin ( GND pin) After electricity, module into the configuration status at this time. In this state, the configuration is as follows: at this time, can be configured command to modify the K type thermocouple module of baud rate, parity and state parameters, such as by setting the module of communication protocol command to select the communications protocol. In uncertain a module specific configuration, also can jump line through installation configuration, configuration of K type thermocouple module into the state, to reconfigure the module again. If the user needs to set the module to the MODBUS RTU communication protocol, please look at the MODBUS communication protocol explanatory chapters. Dear customer: our company has a platinum rhodium thermocouple, armoured thermocouple, tungsten-rhenium thermocouples products, you can call our company service special line over the web for more product details, perfect service is our endless pursuit of the United States, welcome new and old customers trust our products of choose and buy, we will serve you wholeheartedly!
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