Haas Setting 14 Synchronization
Haas Setting Description
This changes the synchronization protocol between sender and receiver for the first serial port (RS-232). This setting must match the transfer rate from the personal computer.
When set to RTS/CTS, the signal wires in the serial data cable are used to tell the sender to temporarily stop sending data while the receiver catches up.
When set to XON/XOFF, the most common setting, ASCII character codes are used by the receiver to tell the sender to temporarily stop.
The selection DC CODES is like XON/XOFF, except that paper tape punch or reader start/stop codes are sent.
XMODEM is a receiver-driven communications protocol that sends data in blocks of 128 bytes. XMODEM has added reliability as each block is checked for integrity. XMODEM must use 8 data bits and no parity.
- Haas Lathe Operator’s Manual by Haas Automation, Inc.
- Haas Mill Operator’s Manual by Haas Automation, Inc.