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ice:commands:quadtemp [2018/12/17 15:07]
Michael Radunsky
ice:commands:quadtemp [2018/12/19 16:48] (current)
Michael Radunsky
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 <​function=ICEfunc|0=TempSet?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=26.283&​3=16>​ <​function=ICEfunc|0=TempSet?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=26.283&​3=16>​
-Returns the temperature setpoint for channel ​Channel. +Returns the temperature setpoint for channel ​CHANNEL.
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 <​function=ICEfunc|0=TempSet&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3;​F:​TEMP:​24.55&​2=24.548&​3=17>​ <​function=ICEfunc|0=TempSet&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3;​F:​TEMP:​24.55&​2=24.548&​3=17>​
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 //Note: temperature setpoint cannot be set outside of the bounds of the minimum and maximum temperature. ​ //Note: temperature setpoint cannot be set outside of the bounds of the minimum and maximum temperature. ​
 If TEMP is outside that range, temperature setpoint will not be adjusted.// If TEMP is outside that range, temperature setpoint will not be adjusted.//
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 <​function=ICEfunc|0=BiPolar?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=On&​3=18>​ <​function=ICEfunc|0=BiPolar?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=On&​3=18>​
-Returns whether the temperature loop for channel CHANNEL is bipolar. ​ +Returns whether the temperature loop for channel CHANNEL is bipolar.
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 <​function=ICEfunc|0=BiPolar&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3;​A:​On/​Off:​Off&​2=Off&​3=19>​ <​function=ICEfunc|0=BiPolar&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3;​A:​On/​Off:​Off&​2=Off&​3=19>​
 Sets the temperature loop for channel CHANNEL bipolar (heating only) on or off.  Sets the temperature loop for channel CHANNEL bipolar (heating only) on or off. 
 Turn Bipolar off when driving resistive heaters. Returns output from **BiPolar?​**. Turn Bipolar off when driving resistive heaters. Returns output from **BiPolar?​**.
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 <​function=ICEfunc|0=Servo?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=Off&​3=20>​ <​function=ICEfunc|0=Servo?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=Off&​3=20>​
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 A return of fault means that the temperature is outside the min/max temperature range and that the  A return of fault means that the temperature is outside the min/max temperature range and that the 
 temperature loop has been temporarily disabled. temperature loop has been temporarily disabled.
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 <​function=ICEfunc|0=Servo&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3;​A:​On/​Off:​On&​2=On&​3=21>​ <​function=ICEfunc|0=Servo&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3;​A:​On/​Off:​On&​2=On&​3=21>​
-Turns the temperature servo loop for channel CHANNEL on or off.  Returns the output of **Servo?​** ​ +Turns the temperature servo loop for channel CHANNEL on or off.  Returns the output of **Servo?**
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 <​function=ICEfunc|0=Temp?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=24.21&​3=22>​ <​function=ICEfunc|0=Temp?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=24.21&​3=22>​
 Returns the current temperature for channel CHANNEL.  ​ Returns the current temperature for channel CHANNEL.  ​
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 <​function=ICEfunc|0=TError?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=0.021&​3=23>​ <​function=ICEfunc|0=TError?&​1=I:​CHANNEL:​3&​2=0.021&​3=23>​
-Returns the temperature error (T<​sub>​setpoint</​sub>​ – T<​sub>​actual</​sub>​) in degrees ​Celcius.+Returns the temperature error (T<​sub>​setpoint</​sub>​ – T<​sub>​actual</​sub>​) in degrees ​Celsius.
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ice/commands/quadtemp.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/19 16:48 by Michael Radunsky