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Honeywell RDD100 User Manual

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Summary of Contents for Honeywell RDD100

  • Page 1 Honeywell Pressure Sensor Products RDD100 Remote Digital Display User Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    RDD100 User Guide Table of Contents Introduction Product Overview Transducer Description Equipment Set Up Cables & Connections Personal Computer Set Up Set Transducer Baud Rate Setting Transducer Display Units “Continuous Transmit” Mode Changes Stored In EEPROM Verifying Stored Parameters Operation...
  • Page 3: Introduction

    The RDD100 is housed in a compact enclosure, measuring approximately 3.8 x 2 x 4.4 inches, W x H x D. The instrument may be used on a tabletop or can be easily installed in a panel using the supplied mounting hardware.
  • Page 4: Set Transducer Baud Rate

    Set Transducer Baud Rate When a Honeywell digital transducer, connected to a computer as described above, is first powered up a start-up message will be sent from the transducer. If the transducer baud rate is not set at 9600, either no message or a garbled message will be received.
  • Page 5: Continuous Transmit" Mode

    User’s Manuals. Note: Since pressure units are not a part of the RDD100 display, the user may want to attach a sticker or some other indication of the pressure units either on or near the display window.
  • Page 6: Operation

    Start Up Messages When the RDD100 is powered up, it goes through a test of its display segments and its error LED. The error LED is located beneath the least significant digit of the display. All segments should light for a brief period and then the display transitions to “rdd100”...
  • Page 7: Operating Environment

    (At the PC, USB to RS-232 converters can be used.) (2) Separate cables are available for transducers with Metal or Plastic electrical connectors. Standard cable length is 6 feet (1.8 m). Connectors may be purchased from Honeywell to construct custom-length cables.