Id 850 Installation and programming




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ID 850 Installation and programming


















Document:



Manufacturer:

IDENTIC AB



Rev No:



Document No:

ID 850

Date:

2005-08-08

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ID 8510 - IR Lamp


Transfers the information from the
IR-transmitter ID 850 and is
normally mounted on the
roof of the vehicle.

Art No: 301011 0,8 m cable


301012 1,5 m cable

ID 850 - IR-Transmitter


Transmits information from the
vehicle (mileage, line, route,
status etc.).

Art No: 301089



ID Time - Time counting module


To be used in combination with ID 850 when transmission of running hours is required instead of mileage.

Art No: 301108








ID 8506 – Connection cable


To be used between the vehicle
and the ID 850.

Art No: 301092 5 m cable


301105 6 m cable
301100 8 m cable
301102 13 m cable


ID 8520 - Programming Unit


ID 8520 is used to program
the ID 850.

Art No: 301094


ID-Test 2 - Test Equipment


Is used to check the equipment after installation
is completed.

Art No. 301020





The Programming Unit




The programming Unit ID 8520 is equipped with 8 digit wheel switches
and 4 programming buttons.

The unit is also equipped with a cable connector & goes into the


9 pin connector of the ID 850.

Connecting and disconnecting the Programming Unit


Disconnect the Supply & Pulse cable from the ID 850 and then connect the Programming Unit ID 8520 with it’s connector (1) to the ID 850.

Thereafter connect the Supply & Pulse cable (2) to the Programming Unit.



Note! Disconnection must be performed in the reversed order, first disconnect the Supply & Pulse cable from the Programming Unit.

Programming of the IR-transmitter

Step 1: Company Code and Speed Limit of mileage sending


The Company Code consists of 3 digits and must be proceded by a digit 1-9.
The digit 1-9 sets the speed limit at which mileage
sending stops.

Note! The speed limit must be set even if no sending of mileage is required!

The digit 1-9 sets the speed value in steps of 10 km/h (or 10 mph). For example 3 stands for 30 km/h (or 30 mph).

Example: No mileage sending required above 30 km/h (or
30 mph) and the Company code is 741.

Set 3 741 0 0 0 0 and push the BOL button.


Step 2: Vehicle Number and Mileage Constant


The vehicle number must always consist of 4 digits e i if the vehicle number
contains less digits it must be proceeded by one or more leading zeros.

The Mileage Constant = Distance Pulse (pulses/km or pulses/mile from the vehicle distance pulse transmitter) divided by 8.



Note! Even if no mileage sending is required the Mileage Constant must be set and in this case to 1000.

Example: Vehicle number is 234 and the Distance Pulse is 4000  Mileage Constant = 4000 / 8 = 500.

Set 0 2 3 4 0 5 0 0 and push the FNR button.


Step 3: Current mileage reading


Current mileage must always be set to 8 digits e i if the vehicles odometer is reading less digits one or more leading zeros must be set.

Note! Before programming the current mileage reading, it is vital that the correct Mileage Constant has been programmed according to step 2. If this has not been set correctly incorrect mileage readings will be send.

Example: The mileage is read to 00654321 km (or miles).

Set 0 0 6 5 4 3 2 1 and push the KM button.



Note! If no transmission of mileage reading is required,
set all 8 fields to 0 (0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0).

Step 4: Additional Code (Line-Tour-Status)


An additional code of 8 digits can be used to define additional data to be transmitted via IR.

Normally a public transport company uses the code to indicate line, route and status.



Example: Line is 333, tour is 222 and status is 11.

Set 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 and push the LTS button.


Erasure of programmed data


To erase incorrect data or data no longer required set all digits to 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 and press the required function button.

When erasing:



BOL company code 0 0 0 will be transmitted.

FRN vehicle number 0 0 0 0 will be transmitted.

KM transmission of mileage

LTS transmission of the additional information stops.

Function control




Programmed data is most conveniently checked with the
IR-Test Equipment ID Test 2 (art no 301020).

ID Test 2 is a battery powered, Infrared test unit with an LCD displaying the data sent by the IR Transmitter ID 850 via the IR Lamp ID 8510.

A more advanced test equipment including a printer etc is also available.



Note! The Programming Unit ID 8520 must be disconnected from IR Transmitter ID 850 else data set on the programming unit will be sent instead of the data programmed into the ID 850.

Point the “eye” of ID Test 2 towards the IR lamp and read of the LCD. The “eye” of the ID Test 2 only requires to be pointed towards the IR Lamp for very short period, the received information is then locked in the LCD until the “eye” of the ID Test 2 is pointed towards the IR Lamp again.



Note! Don’t forget to turn OFF the ID Test 2, if left powered ON the battery will go flat!

Technical data

IR Lampa


Type code: ID 8510

Article number: 301011 (0,8 m cable)


301012 (1,5 m cable)

Measures: (See installation drawing on page Error: Reference source not found)

Cable length: 0,8 alt. 1,5 m

Temperature range: -400C - +600C

Transmission distance: 10 metres (in standard version)

Beam angle: Approx: 550

IR wave length: Approx: 950 nm

IR transmission type: Biphase code with 6 information bits


IR Transmitter


Type code: ID 850

Article number: 301089

Measures (L x W x H): 100 x 65 x 40 mm

Weight: 360 g

Protection class: IP65

Supply voltage: 11 - 32 V DC

Power consumption: 90 mA at 14 V, 45 mA at 28V

Connection: 9 pin D type connector


Screw terminals for connection of IR Lamp



IDENTIC AB

Box 143
186 23 Vallentuna


SWEDEN



Vargmötesvägen 1C
Vallentuna
SWEDEN



08 - 511 781 05
+46 8 511 781 05





E-

info@identic.se




www.identic.se



08 - 511 708 84
+46 8 511 708 84

VAT: SE556323427601





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