3.4.14 Industrial shipment settings and User range settings Offset/gain value (buffer
memory address 202 to 233: Un\G202 to Un\G233)
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Areas used to restore the user range settings offset/gain values when online
module change is made.
Refer to chapter 7 for details of online module change.
When the offset/gain values of the user range setting are restored, the used
data are stored.
The data are stored (saved) when:
• Initial setting write is performed by the utility;
• Operating condition setting request is set (Y9 turns from off to on 1); or
• The offset/gain values are written in the offset/gain setting mode (YA turns from
off to on).
1: The data are not saved when values have been written to Mode switching
setting area (buffer memory addresses 158, 159: Un\G158, Un\G159).
When restoring the offset/gain values of the user range setting, set the data
saved here similarly into the corresponding area of the module where the data
will be restored.
Buffer memory saving recording procedure for online module change
1) Set Pass data classification setting
2) Turn Operating condition setting request (Y9) from off to on.
3) Compare the offset/gain values of CH
range settings offset/gain value (buffer memory addresses 202 to 233:
Un\G202 to Un\G233) with the range reference values. Refer to Section 7.4
for the range reference values.
4) If the values are proper, record Offset/gain values of the Pass data
1: The Q68DAVN/Q68DAIN/Q68DAV/Q68DAI do not require the setting and
recording of the Pass data classification setting.
Refer to Section 4.6 for the offset/gain value setting method.
(buffer memory address 200: Un\G200).
Industrial shipment settings and User
, Industrial shipment settings and User range settings.
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