Measurement Specialties 9116 User Manual

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Model 9116 
Intelligent Pressure Scanner 
User’s Manual
 
 
August 2007 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NetScanner™ System
 
 
 
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Summary of Contents of user manual for Measurement Specialties 9116

  • Page 1: Introduction

    Model 9116 Intelligent Pressure Scanner User’s Manual August 2007 NetScanner™ System www.PressureSystems.com

  • Page 2: Description of the Instrument

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual REVISION REVISION HISTORY PRINT DATE 1 Updated manual terminology and deleted all April...

  • Page 3: 1.2.1 Differences Between Models 9016 and 9116

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Table of Contents Chapter 1: General Information ........................................................................................... 1 1.1 Introduction ..............................................................................................................1 1.2...

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    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Table of Contents (continued) 3.1.3 Responses ....................................................................................................... 22 3.1.3.1 Interpreting Offset Values (Re-zero...

  • Page 5: 1.3.2 Manifolds and Pressure Connections

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Table of Contents (continued) Chapter 4: Calibration ........................................................................................................... 91 4.1 Introduction .................................................................................................................. 91...

  • Page 6: 1.3.3 Communication Interfaces

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Table of Contents (continued) Chapter 6: Troubleshooting Guide...................................................................................... 118 6.1 Ethernet Module Troubleshooting...

  • Page 7: 2.3.1 Environment

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Preface This manual describes the NetScanner™ System Intelligent Pressure Scanner module (Model 9116)....

  • Page 8: 2.3.2 Power

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Our Company Pressure Systems Incorporated, (PSI) develops, manufactures, and services level and pressure...

  • Page 9: 2.3.4.1 Ethernet Host Port Hookup

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual PSI will return warranty items prepaid via UPS GROUND. If the customer desires...

  • Page 10

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Chapter 1 General Information 1.1 Introduction This User’s Manual will: ! Explain the...

  • Page 11

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Figure 1.1 Model 9116 Intelligent Pressure Scanner 1.2 Description of the Instrument The...

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    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual ● High accuracy - Model 9116 pressure scanners are capable of accuracies up...

  • Page 13: 2.3.6 Pressure Connections

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Consolidated below are the new commands added to the Model 9016 command set,...

  • Page 14: 2.3.6.1 RUN Mode Inputs

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Additional enhancements to the Model 9116 Software Scan List Speeds: Software Scan lists...

  • Page 15: 2.3.6.3 PURGE Mode Inputs

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 1.3.3 Communication Interfaces All standard NetScanner™ System Intelligent Pressure Scanners provide temperature compensated...

  • Page 16: 2.3.6.5 Supply Air

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Chapter 2 Installation and Set Up 2.1 Unpacking and Inspection The NetScanner™ System...

  • Page 17: 2.3.9 Power Up Checks and Self-Diagnostics

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual WARNING: Exceeding the specified storage or operating temperatures may result in permanent damage...

  • Page 18: 3.1.1.1 TCP/UDP/IP Protocols

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 2.3.3 Mounting and Module Dimensions See the Model 9116 Data Sheet for exact...

  • Page 19: 3.1.2.1 General Command Format

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual The host and each module must have a unique Ethernet Hardware Address (a.k.a....

  • Page 20: 3.1.2.3 Position Field

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Use of Static or Dynamic IP settings may be selected through the Set...

  • Page 21: 3.1.2.5 Format Field

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Figure 2.3 Ethernet Network Topology Page 12 www.PressureSystems.com

  • Page 22: Responses

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 2.3.5 Diagnostic Port Hookup Each NetScanner™ System module contains a Diagnostic Port that...

  • Page 23: Functional Command Overview

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual The following guidelines should be used when installing pressure connections to the Model...

  • Page 24: 3.1.4.2 Module Data Acquisition

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 2.3.6.2 CAL Mode Inputs The Model 9116 tubing plates contain inputs labeled CAL...

  • Page 25: 3.1.4.3 Calibration Adjustment of Offset/Gain Correction Coefficients

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 2.3.6.4 LEAK Mode Inputs The purge/leak charge valve design includes a leak check...

  • Page 26: 3.1.4.4 Delivery of Acquired Data to Host

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 2.3.7 Case Grounding The Model 9116 module contains a case bypass capacitor which...

  • Page 27: 3.1.4.6 Other Functions

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Programming and Operation 3.1 Commands & Responses 3.1.1 Introduction This chapter...

  • Page 28: Detailed Command Description Reference

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual directed to “well-known” port 9000 (default). After the connection is made, a socket...

  • Page 29: Power Up Clear (Command ‘A’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual A typical UDP/IP command (contained in the data field following a UDP packet...

  • Page 30: Reset (Command ‘B’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 3.1.2.4 Datum Fields Any datum fields in a command generally contain data to...

  • Page 31: Configure/Control Multi-point Calibration (Command ‘C’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 3.1.3 Responses Four (4) types of responses can be returned from a Model...

  • Page 32: Sub-command Index 00: Configure & Start Multi-Point Calibration

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 3.1.3.1 Interpreting Offset Values (Re-zero Calibration Adjustment) When a module is instructed to...

  • Page 33

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 3.1.4.1 Startup Initialization Since power supplies may be distributed widely across a network...

  • Page 34: Sub-command Index 01: Collect Data for a Calibration Point

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual All modules effectively defer the host computer’s decision of “which channels of data...

  • Page 35

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual The Configure/Control Multi-Point Calibration (‘C’) command, actually 4 sub-commands, is an improvement over...

  • Page 36: Sub-command Index 02: Calculate & Apply Correction Coefficients

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 3.1.4.5 Network Query and Control Functions A special subset of three (3) UDP/IP...

  • Page 37

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 3.2 Detailed Command Description Reference All commands applicable to the Model 9116 Intelligent...

  • Page 38: Sub-command Index 03: Abort Multi-Point Calibration

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual POWER UP CLEAR (Command ‘A’) Purpose: This command has no internal module affect....

  • Page 39: Read Tranducer Voltages (Command ‘V’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual RESET (Command ‘B’) Purpose: Instructs the module to reset internal operating parameters, and...

  • Page 40

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual CONFIGURE/CONTROL MULTI-POINT CALIBRATION (Command ‘C’) Purpose: This command is actually four (4) sub-commands....

  • Page 41: Calculate and Set Gains (Command ‘Z’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘C’— Sub-command Index 00: Configure & Start Multi-Point Calibration This sub-command has...

  • Page 42

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Configure and start the Multi-Point Calibration function so that it affects...

  • Page 43: Read Transducer A/D Counts (Command ‘a’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘C’— Sub-command Index 01: Collect Data for a Calibration Point This sub-command...

  • Page 44

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Supply each of the previously-specified three (3) pressure calibration points to...

  • Page 45: Read High-Speed Data (Command ‘b’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘C’- Sub-command Index 02: Calculate & Apply Correction Coefficients This sub-command has...

  • Page 46: Define/Control Autonomous Host Streams (Command ‘c’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Finish the Multi-Point Calibration function previously started (as indicated by the...

  • Page 47

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘C’— Sub-command Index 03: Abort Multi-Point Calibration This sub-command has no additional...

  • Page 48: Sub-command Index 00: Configure a Host Delivery Stream

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ TRANSDUCER VOLTAGES (Command ‘V’) Purpose: Returns for the specified channels, the most...

  • Page 49

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to a Model 9116 module (via its connected...

  • Page 50

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual CALCULATE AND SET GAINS (Command ‘Z’) Purpose: Instructs a module to calculate new...

  • Page 51

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Internal firmware limits calculated gains to values are software limited to values between...

  • Page 52: Sub-command Index 01: Start Streams(s)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ TRANSDUCER A/D COUNTS (Command ‘a’) Purpose: Returns the most recently acquired raw...

  • Page 53

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to Model 9116 module (via its connected socket)...

  • Page 54: Sub-command Index 02: Stop Stream(s)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ HIGH-SPEED DATA (Command ‘b’) Purpose: Returns the most recent scanned/averaged data from...

  • Page 55: Sub-command Index 03: Clear Stream(s)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual DEFINE/CONTROL AUTONOMOUS HOST STREAMS (Command ‘c’) Purpose: Defines and controls the autonomous delivery...

  • Page 56: Sub-command Index 04: Return Stream Information

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Special augments of this command, called sub-commands (distinguished by the first parameter ii)...

  • Page 57

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘c’— Sub-command Index 00: Configure A Host Delivery Stream This sub-command is...

  • Page 58: Sub-command Index 05: Select Data in a Stream

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual channels. Following completion of the acquisition and EU conversion cycle, the module will...

  • Page 59

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual With the exception of binary formats 7 and 8, all other formats Note...

  • Page 60

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Configure three (3) separate autonomous host delivery streams, and divide the...

  • Page 61: Sub-command Index 06: Select Protocol for Stream Delivery

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘c’— Sub-command Index 01: Start Stream(s) This sub-command is used to start...

  • Page 62

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual For periodic hardware-triggered streams, that are never suspended and resumed after being initially...

  • Page 63: Calculate and Set Offsets (Command ‘h’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘c’— Sub-command Index 02: Stop Stream(s) This sub-command is used to stop...

  • Page 64

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘c’— Sub-command Index 03: Clear Stream(s) This sub-command is used to “undefine”...

  • Page 65: Read Temperature Counts (Command ‘m’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘c’ — Sub-command Index 04: Return Stream Information This sub-command returns current...

  • Page 66

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Return configuration information for stream l “c 04 1” Read response:...

  • Page 67: Read Temperature Voltages (Command ‘n’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘c’ — Sub-command Index 05: Select Data in a Stream This sub-command...

  • Page 68

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual bbbb (hex) data selected for inclusion in each stream packet 0001 ** Enable...

  • Page 69: Read Module Status (Command ‘q’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Configure stream l to return temperature status field, and all Pressure...

  • Page 70

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Command ‘c’ — Sub-command Index 06: Select Protocol For Stream Delivery “c 06...

  • Page 71

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual The optional ipaddr parameter is normally unspecified, causing it to default to use...

  • Page 72: Read High-Precision Data (Command ‘r’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual CALCULATE AND SET OFFSETS (Command ‘h’) Purpose: Instructs a module to calculate new...

  • Page 73

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to a Model 9116 module (via its open...

  • Page 74: Read Transducer Temperature (Command ‘t’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ TEMPERATURE COUNTS (Command ‘m’) Purpose: Returns the most recently acquired raw temperature...

  • Page 75

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to Model 9116 module (via its connected socket)...

  • Page 76: Read Internal Coefficients (Command ‘u’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ TEMPERATURE VOLTAGES (Command ‘n’) Purpose: Returns the most recently acquired raw temperature...

  • Page 77

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to Model 9116 module (via its connected socket)...

  • Page 78

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ MODULE STATUS (Command ‘q’) Purpose: Returns requested module status information. “qii” Command...

  • Page 79

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual IP Address Resolution Method, as hex state: (default = 0000) 0000 = Use...

  • Page 80: Download Internal Coefficients (Command ‘v’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Request model number from a Model 9116 module: “q00” Read response...

  • Page 81

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ HIGH-PRECISION DATA (Command ‘r’) Purpose: Returns the most recently acquired engineering-unit pressure...

  • Page 82

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to Model 9116 module (via its connected socket),...

  • Page 83: Set/Do Operating Options/Functions (Command ‘w’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ TRANSDUCER TEMPERATURE (Command ‘t’) Purpose: Returns the most recently acquired engineering-unit temperature...

  • Page 84

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to Model 9116 module (via its connected socket)...

  • Page 85

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual READ INTERNAL COEFFICIENTS (Command ‘u’) Purpose: Returns one (or more contiguous) requested internal...

  • Page 86

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Coefficients used for typical applications are shown in BOLD type. Note All other...

  • Page 87: Network Query (UDP/IP Command ‘psi9000’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Datum cc Transducer Coefficients Description Type 33 Temperature 6 Temperature Output voltage at...

  • Page 88

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to module (via its connected socket) requesting the...

  • Page 89: Re-Boot Module (UDP/IP Command ‘psireboot’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual DOWNLOAD INTERNAL COEFFICIENTS (Command ‘v’) Purpose: Downloads one or more internal coefficients to...

  • Page 90: (UDP/IP Command ‘psirarp’)

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Datum cc Transducer Coefficients Description Type 00 Re-zero Cal Adjustment (offset) term (Note...

  • Page 91: Introduction

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Example: ● Send TCP/IP command to module (i.e., via its connected socket): with...

  • Page 92

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual SET/DO OPERATING OPTIONS/FUNCTIONS (Command ‘w’) Purpose: Change a module’s default operating option settings,...

  • Page 93: 4.2.1 Re-Zero Calibration Valve Control

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual ‘q’ read ii dd Description index 00 Set Cal Valves to RUN or...

  • Page 94: Span Calibration

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual ‘q’ read ii dd Description index 31 00 Set module type alias. 1...

  • Page 95: 4.3.1 Span Calibration Valve Control

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual The Valve Position indexes (ii=12 and ii=0C) each have two states (00/01) that...

  • Page 96: 4.3.2 Span Calibration Summary

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual NETWORK QUERY (UDP/IP Command ‘psi9000’) Purpose: To determine how many (and which) modules...

  • Page 97

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual This uniform network query response allows a client host program to identify, configure,...

  • Page 98: 4.4.1 Multi-Point Calibration Valve Control

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual RE-BOOT MODULE (UDP/IP Command ‘psireboot’) Purpose: To unconditionally “reboot” a specified module. Command...

  • Page 99: 4.4.2 Multi-Point Calibration Summary

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual CHANGE MODULE’S IP ADDRESS RESOLUTION METHOD & RE-BOOT (UDP/IP Command ‘psirarp’) Purpose: To...

  • Page 100: Coefficient Storage

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Chapter 4 Calibration 4.1 Introduction Each internal DH200 transducer in a Model 9116...

  • Page 101: Line Pressure Precautions

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual For reference when operating the Model 9116 calibration manifold, Figures 4.1 through 4.4...

  • Page 102: Maintenance

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 4.2 Re-zero Calibration All Model 9116 Intelligent Pressure Scanners are capable of independently...

  • Page 103

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 4.2.2 Re-zero Calibration Summary Following is a simple, step-by-step procedure for executing a...

  • Page 104: 5.1.1 Common Maintenance

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual For Model 9116, with integral DH200 transducers, internal manifolds and valves allow a...

  • Page 105: 5.1.3 Electronic Circuit Board Replacement

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 4.3.2. Span Calibration Summary Following is a simple, step-by-step procedure for executing a...

  • Page 106: 5.1.3.2 PC-322/323 Main Board/Power PC Daughter Board Assembly

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Following is a simple, step-by-step procedure for executing a specified-value span calibration of...

  • Page 107

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 4.4 Integrated Multi-Point Calibration Adjustment Model 9116 Intelligent Pressure Scanners may have their...

  • Page 108: 5.1.3.3 Remove and Replace PC-323 on PC-322

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual command (‘C’) has a channel selection bit map parameter allowing it to calibrate...

  • Page 109: 5.1.4 Replacement of Transducers

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Verify that pressure reads correctly. [rFFFF0] When the data are stable, enter another...

  • Page 110: 5.1.5 Calibration Valve Solenoid Replacement

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Alternately, they may be verified and stored on the host computer’s secondary storage,...

  • Page 111: 5.1.6 Replacement of O-Rings

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Service 5.1 Maintenance This section provides a detailed step-by-step guide for...

  • Page 112: 5.1.6.1 DH200 Pressure Transducer O-Ring Replacement

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Note It must be emphasized that printed circuit boards in Model 9116 module...

  • Page 113: 5.1.6.2 Tubing Plate O-Ring Replacement

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Table 5.1 provides a convenient cross reference summary of the components found in...

  • Page 114: 5.1.6.3 Adapter Plate O-Ring Replacement

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual In the process of performing general maintenance on a module and in printed-circuit...

  • Page 115: 5.1.6.4 Calibration Manifold Piston O-Ring Replacement

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 5.1.3.1 PC-327 Analog Board The following procedures should be used for replacement of...

  • Page 116: 5.1.6.5 Solenoid Valve O-Ring Replacement

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual (3) Remove the three (3) 2-56 Phillips head screws securing the PC-322/323 assembly...

  • Page 117: 5.2.1 Upgrading Firmware Via Host TCP/IP Port

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 5.1.3.3 Remove and Replace PC-323 (Daughter board) on PC-322 (Main PCB) (1) Remove...

  • Page 118: 6.1.1 Checking Module Power-Up Sequence

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Secure the PC-323 board in place using the long screw through the mounting...

  • Page 119: 6.1.2.1 Module IP Address Assignment

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual (1) Disassemble the module as described in Section 5.1.2. (2) Remove the PC-327...

  • Page 120: 6.1.2.2 Host IP Address Assignment for Windows® 95/98/2000/XP/NT

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Solenoids Figure 5.5 Solenoids in Module (4) Ensure the three (3) solenoid...

  • Page 121: 6.1.2.3 Verifying Host TCP/IP Communications

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 5.1.6.1 DH200 Pressure Transducer O-Ring Replacement Please note that the DH200 O-rings are...

  • Page 122: Zero and Gain Calibration Troubleshooting

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 5.1.6.2 Tubing Plate O-Ring Replacement The following is a step-by-step procedure to replace...

  • Page 123: User Software

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 5.1.6.3 Adapter Plate O-Ring Replacement Following is a step-by-step procedure to replace Adapter...

  • Page 124: Introduction

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 5.1.6.4 Calibration Manifold Piston O-Ring Replacement Following is a step-by-step procedure to replace...

  • Page 125: All Commands – Quick Reference

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 5.1.6.5 Solenoid Valve O-Ring Replacement Following is a step-by-step procedure to replace the...

  • Page 126: Model 9116 Response Error Codes

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual 5.2 Upgrading Module Firmware All Model 9116 Intelligent Pressure Scanner modules contain electronically...

  • Page 127: Cable Diagrams

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Guide 6.1 Ethernet Module Troubleshooting 6.1.1 Checking Module Power-Up Sequence...

  • Page 128

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual • CAL LED should remain OFF • PRG LED should remain OFF •...

  • Page 129: 9116 Mounting Dimensions

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual If the user wishes to manually change the factory set IP address in...

  • Page 130: Model 9116 Range Codes

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Activate the Windows® control bar (left click the START icon). Select the SETTINGS...

  • Page 131

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual If the ping test of the host computer’s IP passed, while the ping...

  • Page 132: NetScannerAppendix D: 9116 Mounting Dimensions

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual ● The Re-Zero calibration command (Calculate & Set Offsets) will automatically shift the...

  • Page 133: Binary Bit Map

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Chapter 7 Start-up Software 7.1 Introduction The NetScanner™ System Unified Startup Software (NUSS)...

  • Page 134

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Appendix A All Commands – Quick Reference Type Command id Command Function A...

  • Page 135

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Appendix B Model 9116 Response Error Codes CODE MEANING 00 (Unused) 01 Undefined...

  • Page 136

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Appendix C Cable Diagrams Page 127 www.PressureSystems.com

  • Page 137

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Page 128 www.PressureSystems.com

  • Page 138

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Appendix D 9116 Mounting Dimensions Page 129 www.PressureSystems.com

  • Page 139

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Appendix E Model 9116 Range Codes The following range codes are stored in...

  • Page 140

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Range Code Full Scale Pressure Minimum Calibration Pressure 23 15 psid -10 psig...

  • Page 141

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Appendix F NetScanner™ System Products Model Purpose 9116 16-channel Intelligent Pressure Scanner with...

  • Page 142

    Pressure Systems, Inc. Model 9116 User’s Manual Appendix G Binary Bit Map Bit Value Bit Binary Number (if Set) Position...

  • Page 143

    Headquarters/Factory: Pressure Systems, Inc. 34 Research Drive Hampton, VA 23666 USA Phone: (757) 865-1243 Toll Free: (800) 328-3665 Fax:...

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