Tenma 72-2540 low voltage power supply remote control syntax

Serial port settings

  • Baud rate: 9600
  • Parity bit: None
  • Data bit: 8
  • Stop bit: 1
  • Data flow control: None

Command format

  • COMMAND<X>:<NR2>
  • COMMAND<X>?
  • COMMAND<Boolean>
  • COMMAND<NR1>

  • <X> Output channel (always 1 in case of a single channel supply 72-2540)
  • <NR1> Digits with an implied decimal point assumed at the right of the least-significant digit. Example: 273 (Integer number)
  • <NR2> Digits with an explicit decimal point. Examples: .273, 0.273
  • <Boolean>: Boolean value 1 or 0.

List of commands

ISET<X>:<NR2>

  • Description: Sets the output current
  • Response time: 50ms
  • Example: ISET1:2.225 sets the CH1 output current to 2.225A

ISET<X>?

  • Description: Returns the output current setting
  • Example: ISET1? returns the CH1 output current setting.

VSET<X>:<NR2>

  • Description: Sets the output voltage.
  • Example: VSET1:20.50 sets the CH1 voltage to 20.50V.

VSET<X>?

  • Description: Returns the output voltage setting.
  • Example: VSET1? returns the CH1 voltage setting.

IOUT<X>?

  • Description: Returns the actual output current.
  • Example: IOUT1? returns the CH1 output current.

VOUT<X>?

  • Description: Returns the actual output voltage.
  • Example: VOUT1? returns the CH1 output voltage.

BEEP<Boolean>

  • Description: Turns on or off the beep.
  • <Boolean>: 0=OFF, 1=ON.
  • Example: BEEP1 turns on the beep.

OUT<Boolean>

  • Description: Turns on or off the output.
  • <Boolean>: 0=OFF, 1=ON.
  • Example: OUT1 turns on the output.

STATUS?

  • Description: Returns the POWER SUPPLY status.
  • Contents 8 bits in the following format:
    • bit 0: CH1 mode: 0=CC, 1=CV
    • bit 1: N/A
    • bit 2: N/A
    • bit 3: N/A
    • bit 4: Beep: 0=Off, 1=On
    • bit 5: Lock: 0=Lock, 1=Unlock
    • bit 6: Output: 0=Off, 1=On
    • bit 7: N/A

*IDN?

  • Description: Returns the device identification.
  • Example: *IDN? returns manufacturer, model name, serial number: TENMA 72-2540 SN:xxxxxxxx Vx.xx

RCL<NR1>

  • Description: Recalls a panel setting.
  • <NR1>: Memory number 1 to 5.
  • Example: RCL1 recalls the panel setting stored in memory number 1.

SAV<NR1>

  • Description: Stores the panel setting.
  • <NR1>: Memory number 1 to 5.
  • Example: SAV1 stores the panel setting in memory number 1.

OCP<Boolean>

  • Description: Over current protection.
  • <Boolean>: 0=OFF, 1=ON.
  • Example: OCP1 turns on the OCP

OVP<Boolean>

  • Description: Over voltage protection.
  • <Boolean>: 0=OFF, 1=ON.
  • Example: OVP1 turns on the OVP
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