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?


STDIO DISPLAY ON BL4S200

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

Hello, I have a program including debug stdio screen display. I would like to have this feature, when stdio is connected, program will send some...

Hello, I have a program including debug stdio screen display. I would like to have this feature, when stdio is connected, program will send some parameters to stdio, otherwise, no information is sent, do I have possibility to detect stdio (like DC10.72) connected by program? thanks


listening to rs485 serial port on BL4S200

Started by "yan...@omniverter.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 12 replies

Hello, I am using BL4S200 for my control project. BL4S200 is a slave device. Other equipment uses Modbus RS485 to communicate BL4S200....

Hello, I am using BL4S200 for my control project. BL4S200 is a slave device. Other equipment uses Modbus RS485 to communicate BL4S200. Actually, everything is working, but the only thing is I need use loop to check serial port weather I receive any request, is it possible to use some internal interrupt to detect information received on serial port? so I can remove the fast loop to save some res...


New file uploaded to rabbit-semi

Started by rabb...@yahoogroups.com in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the rabbit-semi group. File ...

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the rabbit-semi group. File : /modbus_master.c Uploaded by : neacsum Description : MODBUS master module for RCM4200 You can access this file at the URL: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/rabbit-semi/files/modbus_master.c To learn more about file sha


Communications with Dweet, Web based data sharing, BL2100

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

I would like to establish a link to a data sharing site like Dweet.IO. I have built a prototype around an Arduino platform (which works). Now I...

I would like to establish a link to a data sharing site like Dweet.IO. I have built a prototype around an Arduino platform (which works). Now I would like to move it into a BL2100. It will require access to the Internet and be able to send HTTP request (GET) like below. Here is what Dweet recommends: To dweet from your thing, simply call a URL like: https://dweet.io/dweet/for/my-thing...


BL2100 Bottom Mount option, end of life

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

I recently got word from DIGI that this option is END OF LIFE. Unfortunately, the email was 2 months delayed and I missed the last order...

I recently got word from DIGI that this option is END OF LIFE. Unfortunately, the email was 2 months delayed and I missed the last order date. If you have any other source for this product, I would be interested. The part number is: 20-101-0565 Thanks in advance, David


Multicast

Started by "see...@yahoo.com [rabbit-semi]" in Rabbit-Semi1 year ago 12 replies

I added a Multicast socket to my RCM3900 application, using IP 239.255.255.255. I have a total of 4 UDP sockets open, 3 are opened with an REMIP...

I added a Multicast socket to my RCM3900 application, using IP 239.255.255.255. I have a total of 4 UDP sockets open, 3 are opened with an REMIP and Port of -1, and one is opened with the Multicast IP and port 2100. And Max UDP Buffers is set to 5. After boot-up, the first UDP datagram to the module is not responded to. It doesn't matter if the datagram was a broadcast or a multicast. The first...


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