LED TCP/IP OFF

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

Dear All, I'm use RCM3700 dan DC9.62. I'm ping system and replay, result pd_havelink() = 1. If connector tcp/ip pull out, result = 0. I have...

Dear All, I'm use RCM3700 dan DC9.62. I'm ping system and replay, result pd_havelink() = 1. If connector tcp/ip pull out, result = 0. I have digital input and use opto for isolation. Digital input connect to contact of contactor. If contactor on and off repeated, led tcp/ip off and ping RTO. In monitor pd_havelink(), result = 1. If connector tcp/ip pull out, result still = 1. Can anyone...


how to tell near from far pointers

Started by "tit...@gmail.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 4 replies

Does anybody know what is the standard way to tell if a pointer can be safely casted to near? Here is a sample program: #include...

Does anybody know what is the standard way to tell if a pointer can be safely casted to near? Here is a sample program: #include "xbee/platform.h" void my_dump(void far *address) { const char far *data = address; printf("Address %" PRIpFAR, data); printf(" contains: 0x%02" PRIX8 ".\n", data[0]); } char far f[64]; char n[64]; void main () { f[0] = ...


difference between IntervalMs and DelayMs

Started by "yan...@omniverter.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 1 reply

Hello, I have couple costate loop. When I use wait(DelayMs(500)) after task is finished and make costate to wait, sometimes my controller is...

Hello, I have couple costate loop. When I use wait(DelayMs(500)) after task is finished and make costate to wait, sometimes my controller is frozen, but when I use wait(IntervalMs(500)), it seems controller is working properly. Does any body know the difference between these two functions? Thanks a lot.


Analog reading in BL4S200

Started by "yan...@omniverter.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 1 reply

Hello, I am using BL4S200 for my voltage monitoring system.I have a AC voltage transducer, It can monitor AC line voltage and output is RMS...

Hello, I am using BL4S200 for my voltage monitoring system.I have a AC voltage transducer, It can monitor AC line voltage and output is RMS value (DC linear output from 0 to 10VDC), So input is 0..300VAC, and output is 0..10VDC (RMS value). When I try to connect output of transducer to BL4S200 analog input, and I set single end unipolar 0..10VDC, I calibrate channel, I am able to have reading, ...


switch vs router

Started by "see...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 2 replies

If you use a 3-layer switch instead of a router to connect to equipment on a different network, does that affect the network configuration of a...

If you use a 3-layer switch instead of a router to connect to equipment on a different network, does that affect the network configuration of a Rabbit? I wouldn't think so, but I'm not clear on the differences between routers and L3 switches.


Program Memory

Started by "see...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 9 replies

I think some of this has been talked about before, but I'm not finding any answers, just flames. I have an application that runs on an RCM3900....

I think some of this has been talked about before, but I'm not finding any answers, just flames. I have an application that runs on an RCM3900. Over the years the size of the app has increased little by little as features were added. Yesterday I made the latest change, programmed a module, and nothing. Program wouldn't run. I backed out the change and it runs. I add the change back in and r...


FIRMWARE VERSION INFOMATION

Started by "yan...@omniverter.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 3 replies

Hi: We can use fiProgramInfo to get firmware information, but it looks we only get a read only copy. the frimware information, there are some...

Hi: We can use fiProgramInfo to get firmware information, but it looks we only get a read only copy. the frimware information, there are some user define parts, is it possible modify user define parts?


DC and rabbitlib

Started by "Mas...@micronengineering.it [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 3 replies

Hello all, I am not using DC since 2006 and now I need to do a short modification on a Rabbit RCM board. 1. Last release I have is DC 10,...

Hello all, I am not using DC since 2006 and now I need to do a short modification on a Rabbit RCM board. 1. Last release I have is DC 10, is there something new compatible with it? 2. I didn't remember where I downloaded rabbitlib a zip containing some libs don't published by Z-World/Digi, can anyone point me where can I download it? Kind regards, --- Questa e-mail ? stata controlla...


save memory into backup ram

Started by "yan...@omniverter.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 1 reply

Hello, everybody: I have some parameters in BL4S200, user will change them from HMI, and I want to save this change, so program can use them...

Hello, everybody: I have some parameters in BL4S200, user will change them from HMI, and I want to save this change, so program can use them after controller power on next time. I find bbram and protected, but I am not very clear how to use it? does anybody give me a sample for that?


save variable in BL4s200

Started by "yan...@omniverter.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 1 reply

Hello, I have some variables in my program. User can change them from HMI, but I need keep this change in BL4S200. So user is able to power off...

Hello, I have some variables in my program. User can change them from HMI, but I need keep this change in BL4S200. So user is able to power off BL4S200 and power on again. the variable still have the value that user changes it before the last power off. I try bbram and protected, but it seems it doesn't work. Does anybody know how to do it?


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