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dataTaker Expert posted Dec 11 '23 at 2:31 am
Hi dataTaker Users

If you haven't gotten a response to your inquiry in this forum, please do not hesitate to email datataker.support@thermofisher.com.

We apologize for the change, we are still here but may be unable to man this forum daily.

Best regards,
dataTaker Expert

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Buenas noches, tengo dificultades para configurar por linea de comando el datalogger DT85G como MODBUS ESCLAVO por RS485.
He creado el siguiente programa que lee temperatura

BEGIN"DT85GGGG"

RS1S
RA"Programa_1"("b:",ALARMS:OV:100KB:W60,DATA:OV:1MB)5S
LOGONA

2*YS05("termi_2~degC",=1002CV)

4*YS05("termi_4~degC",=1004CV)
END

Ahora, como hago por linea de comando p
recent by DefLeppard  ·  Feb 23 at 9:42 pm
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DavidS posted Feb 20 at 2:49 am
Hello, I am looking for the latest version of software for the DT90. Is anyone able to provide a link or point me in the right direction ?

recent by DavidS  ·  Feb 22 at 1:17 am
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Hello,
During a maintenance operation, our DT80 series 4 did not respond to commands sent through dEx2, even though the commands server was activated in the configuration (port = 7700, 600s timeout).

As you can see in the attached picture below, server commands connection is successful, but an error window appears when trying to send any command or random characters.



On DeTrans
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recent by Theo  ·  Feb 21 at 2:58 pm
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Bocac posted Feb 15 at 12:00 pm
The problem with measuring Resistance
Respected,
We have a DT85 g series 2 on which all 23 temperature measurements have started to show a bag value compared to what it should be. An example is the air temperature is 9 degrees C outside and the logger shows 17 and all the others have been moved higher.
MU X Huggenberger 48 is connected to DT 85
example
1DBO(W)=1-1 1R(II,,MD
recent by Bocac  ·  Feb 21 at 1:17 pm
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adaahkam posted Dec 22 '23 at 9:04 am
Hi.
I want to use the DT80 to write modbus data and send it to a modbus poll application. I have matched baud rate, data bits, stop bits, slave addresses, and registers. But I found the error "Modbus master - unexpected function id in response. Expected: 6; received: 3dataTaker 80 E130 - Modbus - unexpected function id in response".

Here is my script:


begin"testmodbus"
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quan.y@accolademeasure.co.uk posted Dec 15 '23 at 12:45 pm
Hi there,
I've got a DT85G series3 and a external 3G Modem onsite , it is logging data fine, but the communication is working temperamentally recently. There is 'SW exception' showing on LED. checked the event log, the logger is trying to send email which is not anticipated. below is part of the service data.
many thanks for your help.
Quan

EVENT ,2023/12/15,12:19:40,0.542602,"EM
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scholse1 posted Nov 30 '23 at 4:05 pm
Hello,

i use a DT85 to log meteorological data to an usb Stick.

At some point after around 2 months the DBD file seems to get corrupted somehow. dump_dbd and the logger itself cant convert it to csv.

I dont know the reason although i am suspecting an issue with the usb stick which i now changed.

But i still have the dbd file which maybe still contains some data.

From dump_dbd
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lukeb posted Nov 17 '23 at 12:04 pm
I have remote access to a DT85 with S/N 106343 and firmware version 9.18. Due to flash expiry I can no longer access the web interface via a local raspberry pi, however I can access via FTP. My questions are:


What is the series of DT85 corresponding to this serial number?
How can I upgrade the firmware over FTP?

Thanks in advance.

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Hello,

I am using a DT85 Series 4 with DEX-2.

I have some schedules logging every minute on the 0th second of the minute, which is done by default when using the 1M timing in the DXC code, e.g.:

RC"Schedule_CJB-RTDs" ("B:", DATA:OV:10MB, ALARMS:OV:100KB:W60) 1M

However, I wish to have other schedules logging every minute but on the 30th second, so that the records would look like
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It seems the dEX-2 software can't compile dxc files containing the running average function. Is this a bug?
I've tried adding the RAV option to a thermocouple channel and I can't upload the program to my DT80 anymore, as it kept telling me compilation failure.

BEGIN"config"
'Generated by new dEX-2
password=""



RS1S

RA"Schedule_A"("b:",ALARMS:OV:100KB:W60,DATA:OV:1MB)5S
LOGONA
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Hello,

I am having trouble setting up a pressure transducer to the DataTaker DT80 series 4. Using dEX logger software 1.85.002 version.

Pressure sensor HT-SMH-10.0-0200000-BAR-(g)-U98F-22-M16
https://www.hydrotechnik.co.uk/sites/default/files/downloads/ht_smh.pdf
(The specifications are on 3rd page of that pdf)

What I have been doing is trying to use a current-loop with a 100 o
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Greg1956 posted Sep 26 '23 at 12:55 am
Configuring my DT85.
Have applied the first cut of all the Thermocouples that we will be logging. Applied it to the DT85 and away it goes.

Now I'm looking at using a calculation from a Thermocouple to engage a relay and turn on a cooling fan.

But I can't find any command line codes that will allow me to stop the DT85 collecting data and consuming battery power.

Is the a manual that
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Greg1956 posted Jun 12 '23 at 11:48 pm
Just setting up a DT85 to read a Type K thermocouple.
The DT85 has been updated to v9.22 and I can see the relevant data via Dex-2 software.

However when I try to set up a guage in Dex-2 for the thermocouple, I'm unable to select the channel in the software.

What am I missing??

thanks
Greg

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Hello, I am trying to log the voltage current and power data from the m850 power meter via rs485 with a dt80 logger. I found some code examples and put the following code together. I have linked the manual with the modbus register list. Can any one say if this should work? Any Help most welcome

https://www.hobut.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/M850-LTHN-RS-PO-User-manual-rev-4-SP-compresse
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stuleake posted Aug 29 '23 at 11:28 am
When running a job on our Data Taker the device gives the error "SW Exception". We are using the latest version of the firmware 9.22.9125

The event log contains the following message:

EVENT ,2023/08/15,00:49:01,0.139160,"Reset 9.22.9125 EXCEPTION (c8610007)"

And the error log contains the following message:

Exception 1c00 at 0x0011b348
SRR1=00009032 DSISR=00000003 DAR=040
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Wolfy27 posted Aug 22 '23 at 10:08 am
I have been using Delogger4 for the Dt615 and delogger5 for the DT80 series for a good 3-5 years now with no problems.
Running Windows 10. All was fine up to a week ago.

The program loads, a Warning that the site database cannot be opened. Then closes program after you press ok.

Delogger5 works as per normal.

How can I fix this issue.

I uninstalled both Delogger5 and DeLogger4
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Hi,
I have a DT80 with 9.20 firmware that have lost it configuration at the 21/08/2023. The configuration waw installed since the 31/05/23 and running correctly until now.

Note : The DT80 was continuously running since the 25/07/2023 (4weeks), without electrical shutdown.

Here is the extract from the service.log

EVENT ,2023/07/25,07:15:46,0.096435,"Reset 9.20.8942 POWERUP/BUTTON
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Theo posted May 3 '23 at 10:45 am
Hello,
I am trying to install the Linux version of DEX2.0 on a centOS distribution.
However i am unable to complete the installation because of missing library and other ressources. I think the methods i am using are incomplete.

Could you provide the steps and terminal commands to use for the installation and the execution of DEX2?

Thanks.

recent by Theo  ·  Aug 24 '23 at 8:34 am
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TCDLUser posted Jul 19 '23 at 12:52 pm
How fast can you read thermocouple data? The manual says it is a sum of: Measurement time, processing time, communications time and logger preparation time.

But it does not provided values for all of these.

So how fast can you log analogue data without accuracy issues or channel ghosting? Is there a formula?

recent by TCDLUser  ·  Aug 15 '23 at 11:17 am
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cpalha posted Jan 31 '23 at 9:00 am
Dear all

We have a DT800 since many years and we use it a few times for temperature measurings
Now, i have a new chalenge to build a weather station with some sensores the we have in the lab

The sensors are:

SP Lite2 Pyranometer; sensitivity 68 uV/W.m-2
Thies anemometer 0.5-40m/s, a T351-TR Thermistor, a very old pluviometer that I will calibrate it.
And some k thermocouples
recent by cpalha  ·  Aug 14 '23 at 4:03 pm
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