CM2

Set Maximum2

CM2


Command Group: Calibration

Access:

Network interfaces:

TAC protected

RW

CANopen

SDO2300sub0E

MODbus

221A,2

CM2 - Set the maximum allowable output value #2.

PROFIbus

read 3,14 write 4,14


Synopsis:
CommandResponse
GetCM2M<Value>
SetCM2 <Value>OK (or ERR)
Valid forMin. valueMax. value
141.181 1 999999
141.184 1 999999
141.185 1 999999
141.186 1 999999
142.181 1 999999
142.184 1 999999
142.185 1 999999
142.186 1 999999
143.181 1 999999
143.184 1 999999
143.185 1 999999
151.181 1 999999
151.184 1 999999
151.186 1 999999
152.181 1 999999
152.184 1 999999
162.181 1 999999
179.181 1 999999
181.181 1 999999
64.181 1 999999
64.184 1 999999
69.181 0 999999
78.183 1 99999



CM2 - Maximum display value for range 2.

If CM2 = 0 then CM2 is disabled.
Set the maximum allowable output value in interval or range 2. Lower limit CM1+1, upper limit 999999.
Issuing the command without any parameters returns the current CM2 value.
This value will determine limit for range 2. When the weight becomes greater than CM2 and CM2<CM3 then range 3 is entered, else the output will change to ooooooo, signifying over-range.
To set a new value for CM2, the command must be preceded by the CE XXXXX command, where XXXXX is the current TAC. The new CM value required is then input as a parameter of CM, in the format CM 2 4010. For further information, please see Calibration Procedure.

Factory default setting: Max 1 = 999999, Max 2 = 0, Max 3 = 0.

CM2 is implemented in LDU78 from Firmware 78.183.v.2.47

See also CE, CI, DS, DP, CZ, CG, ZT, AZ, CS, FD, UR, MR, CM1, CM3.