Model 10P80D Extended Keyboard
The Model 10P80D allows rapid manual entry of standard 4000 Series mnemonic commands for both setup and "run-time" operations.
The keyboard comes with an attached cord of approximately four feet at full extension. The free terminal of the cord locks securely into the 4000 unit's rear keyboard connector.
The keyboard has fold-up 1" tilt legs in the rear. It also furnishes a two-line LCD "BILLBOARD" DISPLAY for observation of command entries and instrument interrogation responses. Following an initial keyboard-entered "Read" command, you can use the Step (or Back Space) key to step rapidly forward (or backward) through an entire interrogation sequence.
Model 10P25D Operator's Keyboard
A limited number of "run-time" operations may be performed through this small hand-held keyboard, including interrogating the 4000 instrument for individual channel and bit values, and setting individual logic bits.
Like the 10P80D (above), the 10P25D attaches to the 4000 unit's rear keyboard connector and furnishes a two-line LCD "BILLBOARD" DISPLAY for observation of command entries and instrument interrogation responses.
UtiliPAC 410 Windows based Software for operational setup and configuration backup.
Communicating with your PC via RS232 interface, this simple-to-use Windows®-based software includes many popular functions of previous Daytronic "SofPACs"
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- ISSUE ANY STANDARD MNEMONIC COMMANDS to a 4000 Series - 4500 Series or System 10 instrument. By this means, you can completely set up your data acquisition system, interrogate for setup and data values, and initiate standard run-time operations. System responses (if any) will automatically appear in the "TERMINAL" window.
- DISPLAY "LIVE" READINGS of any 10 sequential data channels
- LOG DATA for a list of selected channels at a sampling rate from 0.5 second to 2 hours. Logged data can be displayed and printed as a DATA TABLE or XY PLOT with independently scalable axes. Logging can be turned on and off by a prespecified system trigger bit, if desired.
- "CLONE" 4000, 4500 SERIES AND SYSTEM 10 SETUP CONFIGURATIONS for secure backup storage and restoration (including 4500 and System 10 video pages)
Xlogger Windows based software integrates your communications to the Series 4000 with the computer’s Excel application for simple data logging needs.
Communicating with your PC via RS232 interface, this simple-to-use Windows®-based software lets your 4000 - 4500 Series or System 10 log data directly to Microsoft Excel®
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- LOG DATA for a list of selected 4000 Series - 4500 Series or System 10 channels at a sampling rate from 0.5 second to 2 hours. Logging can be turned on and off by a prespecified system trigger bit, if desired.
- Logged data automatically populates an Excel spreadsheet as it is collected
- You can specify the "depth" (total number of data records) to be entered in the spreadsheet. After the number of logged records equals the specified "depth," logging will automatically begin to cycle—that is, each subsequently logged data record will overwrite the earliest one in the spreadsheet.
Model 5E485 RS232-to-RS485 Adaptor
Model 5E25 Male-to-Female Converter
The 5E485 is a special connector assembly for interfacing a network of 4000 Series instruments with an external computer, terminal, or other device with RS232 I/O capability.
The 5E485's 25-pin RS232 port attaches directly to the 25-pin RS232 port of the external device. Since the 5E485's RS232 connector is male, a Model 5E25 25-Pin Male-to-Female Converter is also required to permit physical connection of the 5E485 to the external device.
The following diagram shows how the 5E485 and 5E25 are used to convert an instrument network's standard RS485 interface levels to RS232. The 5E485's 4-pin RS485 Interface & DC Power Port connects directly to the first network node instrument. In many cases, the network power supply (if required) will also be tied directly to this port (the power source should be 10 to 40 VDC; nominal 24 VDC is recommended). An external supply is required to power the 5E485, unless the first network node is a 3500 Series instrument, in which case the 3500 instrument's +12 V line may be used in place of an external supply.
Model 10E422 RS232-to-RS485 Converter
This external adaptor lets you convert a 4000 instrument's computer interface port to RS422 standard, when that port is set for single-node (RS232) communications.
The figure below shows how the 10E422 is used to link a 4000 instrument to an external device with RS422 I/O capability. Baud rate and other protocols for the resulting RS422 interface are identical to those to which the instrument's RS232 port has been set.
A special Daytronic cable (No. 52505) must be ordered with the 10E422 when it is to be used with 4000 instrument. This cable makes the required pin-number and gender conversions. A six-foot power cord is supplied with every 10E422, with a switch-selectable transformer that may be plugged into any standard source of 110 or 220 VAC (60 Hz). Model 10E422 dimensions (HWD in inches/cm) are 2.09/5.31, 3.25/8.26, 0.56/1.42.