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XIONDRLR: ION Protocol Read Data Recorder Log Records Driver v10.0


XIONDRLR: ION Protocol Read Data Recorder Log Records Driver

General Information:


XIONDRLR driver allows you to read Data Recorder Log Records from Power Measurement/Schneider/Power Logic ION 7300 Series, ION 7700 Series, ION 8000 Series, 8300/8400/8500 meters, using the native ION protocol version 1.3, revision January 2000.

7300 series of ION devices can support up to 38400 baudrate. The other 7000 and all 8000 series of ION can operate up to 115200 baudrate

If you cannot communicate or if you are using RS-485 to connect to the device, you should set the RTS signal during the communication. This can be done by setting the RTSEnable argument when calling the read and write methods. If you still cannot communicate, check that your RS-485 cables are not inverted.

Up to 32 meters are allowed in a single RS-485 loop over a total cable length of 120 meters (4000 feet) on a half-duplex two-wire balanced transmission method.

Make sure that the meter station address, baudrate, parity, databits and stop bits are correctly configured in the driver.

This driver can be used over TCP/IP to a meter ethernet port.


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Supported Devices:

(This list is only indicative and may exist other unlisted equipment that are also communicable with this driver).


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