The SRZ Modules can be accessed directly, via a Z-COM module or via a COM-JL (1*02) Ethernet bridge. the addressing and use is slightly different for each type - see  here  for details of converting from one type to another in SpecView:

SRZ directly, over Modbus:

Z-TIO:

Address of Z-TIO module is one greater than the address set on the thumbwheel.

eg:

Thumbwheel

SpecView Address

0

1,1J

1

2,1J

2

3,1J

 

 

 

 

Adding modules. A 4-channel Z-TIO is made up of 5 different SpecView instruments. All of them at the same address (See table above)

Create (From Show-New Side of variables list, in RKC-Modbus):

Note that Run/Stop applies to the whole module, not just one channel, although it has been placed inside each channel for convenience.

All parameters in the list after Run/Stop can only be set in Stop mode.

It is advisable to use Driver Command SONBL=4 to increase comms throughput. See the SpecView online help for how to enter Driver Commands.

 

Z-DIO:

Address of Z-DIO module is 17 greater than the address set on the thumbwheel.

eg:

Thumbwheel

SpecView Address

0

17,1J

1

18,1J

2

19,1J

 

 

 

 

Adding modules. A Z-DIO is represented by one  SpecView instrument.

Create:

Note that Run/Stop applies to the whole module, not just one channel.

All parameters in the list after Run/Stop can only be set in Stop mode.

 

Z-CT:

Address of Z-CT module is 33 greater than the address set on the thumbwheel.

eg:

Thumbwheel

SpecView Address

0

33,1J

1

34,1J

2

35,1J

 

 

 

 

 

SRZ without Z-COM, ANSI:

Not supported by SpecView at this time

 

SRZ modules through Z-COM module, Modbus only:

Through a Z-COM module, you can attach up to 15 Z-TIO and / or 15 Z-DIO modules to make one large system.

In SpecView, these are represented as a number of instruments

SRZ Z-COM Module (For the Z-COM unit itself)
SRZ Z-COM TIO Channel (each individual channel, one only)
SRZ Z-COM DIO (For all the DIO modules & Channels together)

Addressing is as follows:  the Thumbwheel on the Z-COM module + 1 is the basic Modbus address:

eg:

Thumbwheel

Base SpecView Address to use

0

1,1J

1

2,1J

2

3,1J

 

 

 

 

To Setup a system, create one SRZ Z-COM Module at the base address (e.g. 1,1J)

If you have any DIO modules connected, then create one SRZ Z-COM DIO at the same base address as the module. This contains all the individual channels for all the DIOs.

Then,. for the TIO channels, create as many SRZ Z-COM TIO channels at the same bas

TIO Channel

SpecView address

1

1,1J

2

1,1J;1

3

1,1J;2

4

1,1J;3

5

1,1j;4

e address, but with a    ;<offset> as shown below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note that the channel number is independent of the module and channel used when they are stand-alone.  i.e.  Module 2, channel 1 is just “Channel 5” when using a Z-COM module.

It seems that Z-CT modules are not currently supported via Z-COM units, according to the RKC Documentation as of Jan 2008

SRZ modules through COM-JL (1*02) module, Modbus only:

See  here  for how to setup the COM-JL module.

Through a COM-JL (1*02) module, you can attach up to 15 Z-TIO and / or 15 Z-DIO modules to make one large system.

In SpecView, these are represented as a number of instruments

SRZ COM-JL Module (For the COM-JL unit itself)
SRZ COM-JL TIO Channel (each individual channel, one only)
SRZ COM-JL DIO (For all the DIO modules & Channels together)

Addressing is as follows:  <TCP/IP address>,1,0J

In the examples that follow, an address of 192.168.1.3 is assumed:

To Setup a system, create one SRZ COM-JL Module at the base address

(e.g. 192.168.1.3,1,0J)

If you have any DIO modules connected, then create one SRZ COM-JL DIO at the same base address as the module. This contains all the individual channels for all the DIOs.

Then,. for the TIO channels, create as many SRZ COM-JL TIO channels at the same bas

TIO Channel

SpecView address

1

192.168.1.3,1,0J

2

192.168.1.3,1,0J;1

3

192.168.1.3,1,0J;2

4

192.168.1.3,1,0J;3

5

192.168.1.3,1,0J;4

e address, but with a    ;<offset> as shown below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note that the channel number is independent of the module and channel used when they are stand-alone.  i.e.  TIO Module 2, channel 1 is just “Channel 5” when using a COM-JL module.

It seems that Z-CT modules are not currently supported via Z-COM units, according to the RKC Documentation as of Jan 2008

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