ALYA - lubrications communication protocol
This protocol supports data reading/writing from the controllers of ALYA lubricant reservoirs.
Since July 2015, this protocol supports a group of I/O tags for data reading / writing from Manex production lines - see Table 4.
|AV||Current weight [kg]||Ai||R|
|HI||Emergency minimum [kg]||Ai, Ao||R/W|
|HA||Emergency maximum [kg]||Ai, Ao||R/W|
|PN||Operating minimum [kg]||Ai, Ao||R/W|
|PX||Operating maximum [kg]||Ai, Ao||R/W|
|SP||Filling status (TRUE - filling, FALSE - draining)||Di||R|
|EN||Error number - see Table 3||Ai||R|
|WS||Write to serial EEPROM (all changes of Ao must be written to EEPROM, if not, they vanish at the next reset)||Do||W|
|RT||Reset (it retrieves the reset of control station)||Do||W|
|RN||New weighted roving. After weighting and printing the weight ticket, the application writes a text string into I/O tag in the format:|
|RX||Cancelling a roving. After an operator puts down the roving from the scale, the application will write the number of scale (1 or 2) into the I/O tag.||Co||Write|
|Number of spools on the lines. I/O tag is in the format "C1;C2;C3; … Cn;", where Ci represents an integral number that indicates number of spools on the line i.|
|NC||Reset the counters of spools on the lines. Write any valid value, to reset the counters. The control unit will send message in the format "C1;C2;C3; … Cn;", where Ci represents an integer number that indicates the number of spools which were included on the line i since the most recent information on the number of spools (see PC).|
This message will be a new value of I/O tag with the address NC.