Interfacing with Windows Hyper Terminal

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Oct 26, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Interfacing the O2I with Windows
HyperTerminal


This example will be using the Ethernet TCP/IP communication of the
O2I and not RS232


1.

Connect the O2I to your PC and programming software

via the
crossover cable E11898


2.

Be sure to change your PC’s IP addre
ss to
communicate with the O2I addressed at
192.168.000.079


3.

Log into the O2I and o
n the main software
screen click “Global
Device

Settings



4.

Under Process Interface, click the box for
“TCP/IP”


5.

Continue through the software steps to
program a code confi
guration


6.

If you wish to trigger the O2I via HyperTerminal, be sure to select
“Serial TCP/IP” in the trigger options drop down menu in the
software


7.

Once the configuration is complete, enter Monitor mode of the
software


8.

Open Windows HyperTerminal, which i
s located at
Start/Programs/Accessories/Communications


9.

Exit out of any auto pop ups and
select
File/
New Connection


10.

Enter a name for your connection and
pick an icon
, click “Ok”


11.

Under “Connect Using” select
“TCP/IP Winsock”


12.

Once selected, the options
above it
will change. Enter the O2I’s IP
address 192.168.000.079 and the port
number 50003, click “Ok”


13.

HyperTerminal will now try
connecting to the O2I. If successful,
a timer on the bottom left of the
screen will begin to count


14.

If the O2I is triggered
, you should
now see the string data values in the HyperTerminal screen


15.

If you selected the Serial TCP/IP trigger option, follow the next few
steps to enable triggering


16.

In HyperTerminal, select File/Properties. Press the “Settings” tab at
the top of the

window


17.

In the “Settings” window click the
“ASCII Set Up” button


18.

Check the top two options

“Send” and
“Echo” and click “Ok” twice


19.

In the HyperTerminal window type “t”
and press enter to trigger the O2I