SX50 BACKUP PROCEDURES


In order to store the data dump on a PC, a communication package is necessary. Many dumps are useless due to added characters which is caused by the communication package itself or using the wrong download option. Don’t load the data dump into an editor of any kind use windows note pad or any text based editor.

SX50 CDE procedures:

Connect the PC to the SX50 with a standard Cable

Set the Baud rate  and settings of the SX50 and PC communications package the same. (4800) Test the link with function 96, the result should be readable on the screen of the PC. (Press cancel to stop)

Make a note of command 100, register 13, byte C and set the byte to 0. Many dumps are corrupted due to the fact that the C.I.L. output effects the dump. Always check this, C.I.L. maybe enabled.

Start the ‘download, ASCII’ feature on the PC. Open the file with a name that relates to the site.

Start the dump with function 97. The system will respond with ‘number of copies’. Type 1 and return. Hex codes will be displayed on the PC screen (if echo enabled) The dump is not finished until the console display will read. DUMP COMPLETED.

Close the download feature on the PC.

Press release key on console and set the C.I.L. (command 100, register 13, byte c) back to the original value.

Text dump
It may be that data dump file is corrupted. When backing up it is also suggested that a text dump of the system be completed as well. This can be done as follows:

Connect the PC to the SX50 with a standard Cable

Set the Baud rate  and settings of the SX50 and PC communications package the same. (4800) Test the link with function 96, the result should be readable on the screen of the PC. (Press cancel to stop)

Make a note of command 100, register 13, byte C and set the byte to 0. Many dumps are corrupted due to the fact that the C.I.L. output effects the dump. Although it might be that there is no printer attached during normal operation, it might be that C.I.L. is enabled.

Start the ‘download, ASCII’ feature on the PC. Open the file with a name that relates to the site.

Start the dump with function 96. The dump is not finished until the console display will read. DUMP COMPLETED.

Close the download feature on the PC.

Press release key on console and set the C.I.L. (command 100, register 13, byte c) back to the original value.


Printer cable lead connections

PABX RS232 PRINTER
1 - 1
2 - 2
3 - 3
4 - 11
5 - 5
6 - 6
7 - 7

 

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