2. Make up to 100 parameters that are read/write in Supervisor access level, read only when the instrument
is OEM locked.
6.1.7 I/O fitted
This provides a read only display showing what type of input or output circuit is associated with each set of rear
Note: The I/O types fitted in locations LALC, LBLC, 4AC and 5AC are always as shown above. The
types of I/O fitted in locations 1A1B, 2A2B and 3A3B depends on the options specified at time
This allows the user to save and/or restore instrument clone configurations to a memory stick inserted into the
USB connector at the rear of the unit. The format of the saved/restored files is iTools clone files (*.uic).
Selecting 'Restore' presents a list of clone files in the configured directory on the USB device. (In the example
below, the file is located in the basic usb0 directory - it has not been saved to a particular configuration
When 'Save' is selected, the virtual keyboard must be used to enter the filename. If the file already exists on
the USB device, a warning appears offering 'Cancel' or 'Overwrite' alternatives.
Note: 1. The ability to save and restore is disabled if OEM security is enabled.
Note: 2. Configuration save/restore is available only when the unit is logged into at 'Engineer'
Note: 3. During USB cloning (USB save/restore), the priority of modbus slave comms is lowered.
This allows the save/restore process to complete in a minimal time (around 60 seconds).
During this period, Modbus slave comms response times will be extended and may result in
the master device timing-out.
FEC920: USER GUIDE
Figure 47 I/O fitted display