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Controllers / Re: Controller with no I/O
« Last post by FluidPowerTom on April 12, 2023, 05:13:08 PM »
Indeed the DM430 actually costs more than the smallest controller with 2 CAN ports (MC024).  As you might imagine the cost is really the driving factor, and it seems like I/O - especially outputs - are generally a driving force behind price.
Controllers / Re: Controller with no I/O
« Last post by Tor on April 12, 2023, 11:43:20 AM »

I hope you don't mind that I moved it to the "Controllers" topic instead.

A small controller with minimum I/O and two CAN bus ports.
The only one that I can think of and fits that description is the DM430 with dual CAN.  But I guess there's the small question about cost as well.
Have I forgot something? Maybe someone else knows?

Sorry that I didn't have a better answer.
PLUS+1 Compliant Hardware / HMR LED COLOR
« Last post by pinias on April 11, 2023, 10:12:44 PM »
Hi guys,

Does anyone have experienced this issue with a HMR?

Basically I configured the LED´s for the soft buttons as blue, so everything did work fine for the 1st production

then a second production came up, all what we have to do is flash the controller, get everything connected and should be ready to go but guess what, now the HMR led color is yellow instead of Blue, I switch HMR´s between prod one and prod 2, and the one for 1st production does  light up blue no matter what production it is installed at, 1 or 2.

the problerm is that the one with the LED´s in yellow is always like that it does not get configured, just do not understand why

do you know what can be done or tested to understand and fix that?  the HMR block does not shows any error


Thanks Matt_Eng, that cleared things up for me. I appreciate it.
Controllers / Re: SC050 CAN1 problem
« Last post by acmall on April 07, 2023, 08:51:57 AM »
As far as I am aware the secondary only has CAN0.
There is a separate API specification document for the secondary which only refers to CAN0.
Controllers / Controller with no I/O
« Last post by FluidPowerTom on April 06, 2023, 08:25:24 PM »
I've been asked by a larger customer of ours if there's a small controller with little or zero I/O that has two independent CAN bus ports.  They need the two CAN ports, but all of their I/O are CAN devices.  Is anything in the works that is smaller than a MC024 and has two CAN buses?
Controllers / SC050 CAN1 problem
« Last post by macbahi on April 06, 2023, 05:14:00 PM »

I usually used Can0 SC050 for download and for diagnostics using service tool.  I found both primary and secondary SC050.
Now I want to use Can 1 but in service tools I can see just primary SC050.

 In SC050 documentation say we can use both CAN0 and Can1 to download program.

Please have you idea about this problem.

Thanks in advance for your help
With bests regards
Telematics / Service Plan Sharing
« Last post by FluidPowerTom on April 05, 2023, 06:55:50 PM »
I'm not sure when this got implemented, but it looks like a big step!  THANK YOU telematics team.  I saw that group permissions now have a checkbox for managing service plans.  So, hopefully now the customer can apply their own.  This is really great and means a lot.
PLUS+1 Compliant Hardware / JS1H - p1d file PWH js
« Last post by magitec on April 03, 2023, 07:06:29 PM »
hi, thanks for all the help so far. i now have the JS1 powered up with coms, but cant seem to find a p1d file for it,

has application id - 70325209_70293492v110 _STM205RE

tried the JS1-H_Propel_Personality but no values show and nothing to change any parameters

thank you.

There are a few setup issues in the POU.
The first is that the POU inputs and outputs weren't actually being used, so they have to be connected up.
The second issue is that the GUIDE graphical code can't interface to a Double type, so that has to be converted before it is handed over to GUIDE.

---POU code start
double radians_lat;
Bytes_to_Radians(byte_array, &radians_lat);
*radians = (int32_t)radians_lat;
---POU code end

Return value of ~3.034 or just 3 when I run it in the debugger.
This should at least let you continue then with the rest of the conversions

The debugger can be pretty handy for c code, I often set the True constant next to the POU as a break point, and then just step through the code. This will also let you see some of the local variables in your c code to find any issues. (When stepping through the C file, the Local Variables are in the main GUIDE window in the bottom dock)

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