Problem with Analog Output for BL4S200 using the test program from Digi.

Started by "rab...@weldcontrol.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi6 days ago 1 reply

I'm trying to test the analog output on new board BL4S200. The jumpers on the board are by default as described in the sample program. The...

I'm trying to test the analog output on new board BL4S200. The jumpers on the board are by default as described in the sample program. The board is powered with 12V DC (J5-pins 1,3). The only connections are the 2 connectors on J5 and J12. I bought the connectors with the 1 ft. cables pre made from Mouser. The Analog Inputs work fine ( used sample prg: adc_rd_se_unipolar.c ). ...


Rabbit development direction

Started by "mir...@neacsu.net [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 week ago 1 reply

Hi Tom, I find the (not so) recent step of Digi to open-source Rabbit development a very good idea. However, for an open-source project to...

Hi Tom, I find the (not so) recent step of Digi to open-source Rabbit development a very good idea. However, for an open-source project to strive it needs some guidance. Have you thought what new developments you (or Digi, or other people in this group) would want to see in the future? Do you have a roadmap that you can share? All the best, Mircea


UDP Broadcast

Started by "Ste...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi2 weeks ago 10 replies

In my R6k application I use UDP protocol. I open several socket to received datagrams from any IP.Is there a way to determine if a datagram was...

In my R6k application I use UDP protocol. I open several socket to received datagrams from any IP.Is there a way to determine if a datagram was received as a Broadcast datagram?  Neither udp_recvfromnor udp_recv seem to provide that information. 


I2C with DC10.72D

Started by "Ste...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi3 months ago 1 reply

I downloaded v10.72D of DC and installed it. In the previous version of 10.72 I have (I don't know what letter version it is),I am using function...

I downloaded v10.72D of DC and installed it. In the previous version of 10.72 I have (I don't know what letter version it is),I am using function I2C_initClk() found in I2C_HW.LIB to switch between a 200kHz clock and a 400kHz clock. But thatfunction is not there in v10.72D. Is there another mechanism provided to do the same thing that I'm not seeing? Steve


Macro CC_REV

Started by "Ste...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi4 months ago 1 reply

For DC v10.72, how is macro CC_REV defined?  Is the value going to be 1072D, _1072_D_, etc. I need to know what to test for. Steve

For DC v10.72, how is macro CC_REV defined?  Is the value going to be 1072D, _1072_D_, etc. I need to know what to test for. Steve


I2C with v1.72D DC

Started by "Ste...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi4 months ago

I should have included this with my previous post. It seems that function I2C_WriteToSlaveis also not part of v10.72D. Couldn't a macro have been...

I should have included this with my previous post. It seems that function I2C_WriteToSlaveis also not part of v10.72D. Couldn't a macro have been defined to provide backward compatibility? Steve


DC v10.72 RFU

Started by "Ste...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi9 months ago 8 replies

I tried using the Windows RFU to program an RCM6750 and there is no longer a button on the main window to tell it to start programming. The image...

I tried using the Windows RFU to program an RCM6750 and there is no longer a button on the main window to tell it to start programming. The image file is set, the processor type selected, the port to use is selected, the communications options menu is configured, file locations are set. Everything is as it should be, but I have no way to launch the programming. Very weird. Any ideas? Steve ...


USB-to-Serial Adapters

Started by "see...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi9 months ago 5 replies

Any recommended USB-to-Serial adapters for programming the RCM6000 module? The one Rabbit used to recommend for the R3000 doesn't work.

Any recommended USB-to-Serial adapters for programming the RCM6000 module? The one Rabbit used to recommend for the R3000 doesn't work.


Gratuitous ARP

Started by "Ste...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi10 months ago 2 replies

I have an RCM3900 module that has a TCP connection with a host. The module is receiving TCP packets at about a 1-second rate. So everything is...

I have an RCM3900 module that has a TCP connection with a host. The module is receiving TCP packets at about a 1-second rate. So everything is humming along with the host sending TCP packets requesting status info, and module responds with the data.  After a some time, minutes to hours, of running, the module issues 2-gratuitous ARP packets, about a second apart. And upon receiving the next TCP ...


RCM2200 battery

Started by "dav...@epsiloncompany.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi12 months ago 1 reply

I have an app for the RCM2200. There is clearly a battery position marked on the upper surface (3 pins, 25mm spacing). I will need battery...

I have an app for the RCM2200. There is clearly a battery position marked on the upper surface (3 pins, 25mm spacing). I will need battery backup and it would be easy to add it to the CORE. Any idea which battery fits? I found a cr2032 mfr that looks close. Thanks in advance, David


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