AnonymousApril 19, 2008 at 2:35 pmPost count: 47
I am using Utility 1.73 and am attempting to configure Analog1. In the Alarm Settings Box neither the READ nor WRITE buttons seem to function. The status indicator stays on READY.
I can read and write other values such as Read Inputs and Configuration Register settings.
Also, on a previous version I was using the actual analog value was displayed in a separate box. Has this been moved somewhere else or just removed?
George.AnonymousApril 19, 2008 at 6:08 pmPost count: 408
We are on it – expect a release very soon.
Sorry for the problem.AnonymousApril 22, 2008 at 2:00 amPost count: 408
Bug corrected in 1.74
Bug fix for EZIO2X4
Resolved EZSrve Disconnect BugAnonymousApril 22, 2008 at 11:14 amPost count: 47
Thanks. I will download it today.AnonymousApril 23, 2008 at 1:18 amPost count: 47
After loading ver 1.74 I can now see the An1 Data output levels. I have an ATA2000A temperature sensor hooked up and at 71F the An1 Data level is 294 and changes as the temperature changes.
However, it seems the Setup Alarms on Analog Inputs boxes only allow for 8 bit values (0-256). Are we supposed to scale the An1 value back to an 8 bit trip point value? I tried a value of 74, but this did not work.
Where I am going with all of this is that I want to have the sensor on An1 trigger R1 on and off, based on the trip points. I read a previous post that the ATA2000A sensor was tested with the EZIO2X4, but could not locate any specific examples. Currently I have In1 set to Activate Outputs on Transitions. The configuration has the folowing items checked:
Enabled Analog Inputs
Continuous Analog Conversion
Enable Broadcast on Sensor Alarm
Is there anything else I am missing?
George.AnonymousApril 24, 2008 at 2:13 pmPost count: 408
We are looking into this – we will get back to your shortly.AnonymousApril 25, 2008 at 2:32 amPost count: 408
We just released 1.75.
In updating the UI, it appears we broke the EZIO2X4 Alarm Trip Point Settings. v1.75 was just released to correct this problem.
The alarm trip points for the analog ports are 10 bit, with a max of 1023.
-PaulAnonymousApril 25, 2008 at 11:11 amPost count: 47
Thank you for the quick response to this. I will be working on this over the weekend.
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