QTP 22

Quick Terminal Panel - 22 keys, 22 LEDs

QTP 22 - LCD Display Version

QTP 22 - Fluorescent Display Version

QTP 22 English Tech. Manual PDF format.

Ver.3.80 - Rel. 05 February 1998.

QTP-Editor

The QTP 22 is a complete user panel designed especially for industrial applications and for mounting direct to automatic machines. In effect, the QTP 22 is a complete video terminal allowing dialogue between operator and machine, which encompasses all such monitoring and control functions as may become necessary during normal operation or when running diagnostics.

The QTP 22 is available with fluorescent or LCD Display, plain or backlit, showing 1, 2 or 4 lines of 40 characters each. The QTP 22 affords 22 keys, with full user reconfiguration and 2 name personalization slots labels identifying all of the 22 keys. All keys are provided with indicator LEDs, which can be switched on and off by dedicated commands received through the serial line. A third slot label can be used to carry a name for the QTP 22 or the user's own logo. The basic QTP 22 can be expanded utilizing the various options available, namely EEPROM, of up to 4 Kbyte capacity, Real Time Clock with 256 bytes user accessible RAM and Lithium backup battery, Actuating relay piloted through serial line, Acquisition from magnetic badge reader, Sundry communication protocols, Custom operating programs, etc.

The QTP 22 is able to execute an entire range of display commands, including Clear Screen, Position cursor, LED blink, etc., with code compatibility similar to that of the ADDS ViewPoint video terminal. Maximum specifications for the QTP 22 are:


EL 12

The EL 12 module is a complete, low cost, power supply with extremely reduced dimension, that can be used in conjunction with grifo® cards as SDI 02, QTP 12, QTP 16Big, QTP 16, QTP 22, QTP 24, QTP G28, etc.



QTP 22

COMMAND SUMMARIZING TABLE

 C O M M A N D

 CODE

 HEX CODE

 MNEMONIC

 H O M E

 01

 01

 SOH

 CURSOR LEFT

 21

 15

 NACK

 CURSOR RIGHT

 06

 06

 ACK

 CURSOR DOWN

 10

 0A

 LF

 CURSOR UP

 26

 1A

 SUB

 CARRIAGE RETURN

 13

 0D

 CR

 CR + LF

 29

 1D

 GS

 ABSOLUTE CURSOR POSITION with 20H OFFSET

 27 89 r c

 1B 59 r c

 ESC Y

ASCII(r) ASCII(c)

 BACK SPACE

 08

 08

 BS

 CLEAR PAGE

 12

 0C

 FF

 CLEAR LINE

 25

 19

 EM

 CLEAR END OF LINE

 27 75

 1B 4B

 ESC K

 CLEAR END OF PAGE

 27 107

 1B 6B

 ESC k

 Cursor OFF

 27 80

 1B 50

 ESC P

Static Cursor ON

 27 79

 1B 4F

 ESC O

 Blinking Cursor

 27 77

 1B 4D

 ESC M

 Blinking "Block" Cursor

 27 81

 1B 51

 ESC Q

LEDs Activation

 27 50 n.LEDs Attr.

 1B 32 n.LEDs Attr.

 ESC 2 ASCII(n.LED) ASCII(Attr.)

 LEDs Mask Activation

 27 52 byte1 byte2 byte3

 1B 34 byte1 byte2 byte3

 ESC 4 ASCII(byte1) ASCII(byte2) ASCII(byte3)

 RELAY Activation

 27 56

 1B 38

 ESC 8

  RELAY Deactivation

 27 57

 1B 39

 ESC 9

 Request for on EEPROM writing

 27 51

 1B 33

 ESC 3

 Writing pf life byte

 27 33 78 key

 1B 21 4E key

 ESC ! N ASCII(key)

  Reading of life byte

 27 33 110

 1B 21 6E

 ESC ! n

Characters Show

32 ÷ 255 

 20 ÷ FF

 "space" ÷ ASCII(255)

Key-Click ON Without Memorization

 27 53

 1B 35

ESC 5 

Key-Click OFF Without Memorization

 27 54

 1B 36

 ESC 6

KEY Configuration

 27 55 n.Key cod.

 1B 37 n.Kei cod.

 ESC 7 ASCII(n.Key) ASCII(cod.)

 Key-Click ON With Memorization

 27 33 53

 1B 21 35

ESC ! 5

Key-Click OFF With Memorization

 27 33 54

 1B 21 36

 ESC ! 6

Reading of Version Number

 27 86

 1B 56

 ESC V

Number Reading of the Last Storage Message

 27 110

 1B 6E

 ESC n

STORAGE MESSAGE

 27 33 67 n.mess. char.0 ... char.19

 1B 21 43

n.mess. char.0 ...char.13

 ESC ! ASCII(n.mess.) ASCII(char.0) ... ASCII(char.19)

MESSAGE READING

 27 33 69 n.mess.

 1B 21 45 n.mess.

 ESC ! E ASCII(n.mess.)

MESSAGE VISUALIZATION

 27 33 68 n.mess. "n"

 1B 21 44

n.mess. "n"

 ESC ! D ASCII(n.mess.) ASCII(n)

MESSAGE VISUALIZATION IN SLIDING MODE

 27 33 83 n.mess. n.char.

 1B 21 53 n.mess. n.char.

 ESC ! S ASCII(n.mess.) ASCII(n.char.)

Writing of the BADGE Reading Configuration byte

 27 33 66 byte

 1B 21 42 byte

 ESC ! B ASCII(byte)

Reading of the BADGE Reading Configuration byte

 27 33 98

 1B 21 62

 ESC ! b

BADGE Reading Request of the acquired strimg

 27 76

 1B 4C

 ESC L

Acquisition of the Automatic Reader Status

 27 67

 1B 43

 ESC C

Execution of a New Recording Procedure

 27 33 76

 1B 21 4C

 ESC ! L

Card Ejection from Automatic Reader

 27 33 101

 1B 21 65

 ESC ! e

Command for "EATING" the card

 27 33 84

 1B 21 54

 ESC ! T

 CLOCK SET-UP

 27 33 70 "string"

 1B 21 46 "string'

 ESC ! F ASCII("string")

CLOCK READING

 27 33 102

 1B 21 66

 ESC ! f

TIME Visualization on the Display

 27 33 116 r c

 1B 21 74 r c

 ESC ! t ASCII(r) ASCII(c)

DATE Visualization on the Display

 27 33 100 r c

 1B 21 64 r c

 ESC ! d ASCII(r) ASCII(c)

Writing of a byte of the REAL TIME CLOCK RAM

 27 33 71 addr byte

 1B 21 47 addr byte

 ESC ! G ASCII(addr) ASCII(byte)

Reading of a byte of the REAL TIME CLOCK RAM

 27 33 103 addr

 1B 21 67 addr

 ESC ! g ASCII(addr)

BEEP - BUZZER

07

07

 BEL


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