• When the number of digits of calculation result is greater than that specified in Data Length, digits greater than the specified
digit are omitted (ignored).
When 2 bytes is specified in Data Length and the calculation result is 123 bytes, the data length is considered as 23.
• When any Non-conversion variable (Variable length), Conversion variable (Variable number of data), Conversion variable
(Fixed number of data/Variable number of digits
behind Length and they are not included in the calculating range of the Length, place any of the following data immediately
after the Non-conversion variable (Variable length), Conversion variable (Variable length) or Non-verified reception.
- Static Data
- Check code + Static Data
- Check code + Terminator
• When Code Type is ASCII Hexadecimal, a corresponding packet is regarded as a mismatch packet if a string other than 0
to 9, A to F, and a to f is received.
• When Code Type is ASCII Decimal, a corresponding packet is regarded as a mismatch packet if a string other than 0 to 9 is
*1 Excluding the case where number of send data is 1 and delimiter is not no delimiter.
Use this element when a specific code or character string such as command exists in a packet.
• When sending: Sends a specified code and character string.
• When receiving: Verifies the received data.
Multiple static data elements can be placed to desired positions in the data portion.
6 PREDEFINED PROTOCOL SUPPORT FUNCTION
6.7 Packet Setting
Set the name of the element.
Select a data type of the setting value.
• ASCII String
• ASCII Control Code
Set data within 1 to 50 bytes.
The setting ranges that can be set for each code type are as follows:
• ASCII String
: 20H to 7EH
• ASCII Control Code: 00H to 1FH, and control code of 7FH
: hexadecimal data of 00H to FFH
), or Non-verified reception (Variable number of characters) is placed
• ASCII String: 'ABC'
• ASCII Control Code: US
• HEX: FFFF