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Setting the Product with Omnicomm Configurator

Connect the Product to the PC following the connection diagram (see Appendix E), using the REUSABLE TOOL-UNU (Figure 11) or Omnicomm UNU-USB (Figure 12). Figure 11

Figure 12

Run Omnicomm Configurator. In the window (Figure 13) select equipment — “Sensor”.

Figure 13

If the message “Equipment not found” is displayed in the main window, try changing connection configuration or operation mode.

Empty/Full Calibration

Perform calibration with fuel which the fuel level sensor will operate in.

1) Pour fuel into the measuring container

2) Immerse the sensor in fuel, to the full length of the measuring probe

3) Wait for the green indicator “Stable” to appear. Press “Full” to set the value corresponding to a full tank

4) Take the sensor out of the container and wait while fuel will be flowing off the measuring probe for 1 minute. Press “Empty” to set the value corresponding to an empty tank

5) Press “Save”

Configuring General Settings

“Settings” tab, “Configurable Parameters” section:

“Network address” (1 to 254) – set the sensor network address. If several sensors are connected to one external device, each of them should have unique network addresses.

“Max. level (1…4095)” — select the maximum sensor reading. Default value – 4,095.

“Min. level (0…1023)” — select the minimum sensor reading. Default value – 0.

“Filtration” – set the output signal filtration parameters:

  • “No” – no filtration. Used for filtration by an external device.
  • “Minimum” filtration is used when the device is installed in stationary fuel storages and non-mobile machinery
  • “Average” filtration is used when the vehicle operates under normal road conditions
  • “Maximum” filtration is used when the vehicle operates under harsh road conditions

“Automatic data output” – select:

  • “No output” – no data output without request
  • “Binary” – autonomous binary data output
  • “Character” – autonomous character data output
  • “Data output interval” (1 to 255 seconds) – set the autonomous data output interval

“Heavy exploitation conditions” mode – switch on to enable additional measurement filtration that considers harsh conditions

“Baud rate” – select data exchange rate when communicating with an external device. Default value – 19200 bit/s.