Using Hyper Terminal. Help GuideHyperTerminal is terminal software that comes standard with every PC running Windows 98 or higher. You can use HyperTerminal to configure the SP1 controller through the serial port on your PC.
Setting up software1. From the Start menu, go to Programs>Accessories>Communications>HyperTerminal. The HyperTerminal folder opens.
2. Double-click the HYPERTRM.EXE icon. The Connection Description dialogbox appears.
3. Type a name for the connection (unit name or ID) in the Name field, choose an icon, and click OK. The Connect To dialog box appears.
4. Select Direct to COMn from the Connect Using drop down menu (depending on which COM port you are using) and click OK. The COMn Properties dialog box appears.
5. Configure the COM properties with the following settings:
- Bits per second: 9600
- Data bits: 8
- Parity: None
- Stop bits: 1
- Flow control: None
6. Click OK. Main window appears.
From File menu select Properties. Properties window opens. Click settings. Set TTY emulation as shown in picture below.
Click ASCII Setup. ASCII Setup window appears. Mark Send line ends... and Echo typed... as shown below.
6. Press OK to get back to Properties window and again Click OK to get back to HyperTerminal window.
7. From the File menu, select Save. This will save your settings for the next time under the name and icon you chose.
Connecting after the Initial Set-UpIf you have already set up a connection icon, as described above, you can quickly connect again.
1. From the Start menu, go to Programs>Accessories>Communications>HyperTerminal. The HyperTerminal folder opens.
2. Double-click the icon with the name you created during the initial set-up.
HyperTerminal window appears. Check, if SP1 controller is connected to the COMn port you have preselected. Type the command, which is sent to SP1. Do not forget to terminate string pressing keyboard button <ENTER>.