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5.4 USING THE RS232C SERIAL PORT TO PROGRAM YOUR
SETTINGS
5.4.1 SERIAL PORT SETUP
Plug a standard RS232 cable into the DB-9 connector on the circuit board in the Type
DIS Humidity Multi I/O Electronics Unit. Plug the other end into your terminal or
computer. Use a Terminal Emulation program such as Hyperterminal. Program the
Hyperterminal settings as follows:
Baud Rate: 19.2K
Data Bits: 8
Parity None
Stop Bit 1
Flow Control None
You should now see flowing data on your monitor,
displaying the same information as the Multi I/O front
panel Digital Display, with a rapid update rate. If you do
not, check your serial port settings and connections.
NOTE: WHEN PROGRAMMING ALPHABETIC CHARACTERS,
USE UPPER CASE ONLY.
5.4.2 CHANGING THE DIGITAL DISPLAY
You can select any measured or calculated
parameters to appear on the front panel Digital
Display. Proceed as follows:
Press the
“Escape” key
on your
keyboard. You
will see
“D)isplay C)al
Outputs” as
shown here.
Press “D”, selecting to change the Display. (We
will C)alibrate the Outputs later.) You will then be given a choice whether to keep the
present settings or to change them. For this example, we will C)hange them. Press
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