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Displays / DM700 download cable
« Last post by BRIan on March 27, 2024, 06:13:44 AM »
Is there a part number for the cable to connect to the DM700 (8 pin?) and USB on your laptop to avoid the 2hr+ wait using the CG150 the first time round?
You need to use the Non-Volatile memory function blocks in GUIDE
"Non-Volatile Memory Dynamic" or "Non-Volatile Memory Dynamic with Default" in particular
They are found in Component > Connections > Non-Volatile Memory Dynamic

This will allow you to program values that are stored on the controller memory and can be adjusted via the service tool by a field technician.

I have M050-110 and MC050-118 and I've been trying to figure out how to implement a way for field technicans to change parameters via the service tool. Maybe I'm just missing some documentation but I haven't been able to find it neither in the API nor on the online help for Plus1.

Can anyone point me to documentation or maybe share an example of how to do this?

Ie. What I'm trying to do is have certain parameters writable by the service tool, like soft ramp settings, CAN ID settings for JS1-H CAN joysticks etc.

Thanks in advance.
PLUS+1 and C / c code to write to the usb flash drive on DP7xx display
« Last post by techn0 on March 21, 2024, 03:12:35 PM »
I have used applog and that works fine but I want to have complete control over the arrangement of the saved CSV file so I am trying to write to the usb flash drive file from C
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if (BXPulse==true)
      FILE *file = fopen("usb:/data.csv", "w");
      int variable1=2;
      int variable2=4;
      int variable3=6;
      if (file != NULL) {
          // Write CSV headers
          fprintf(file, "Variable1,Variable2,Variable3\n");
          // Write data (replace with your actual variables)
          fprintf(file, "%f,%f,%f\n", variable1, variable2, variable3);
          // Close the file
      } else {
          // Handle error opening file
Using something like this.  I do not know exactly what to put in the fopen line.  Any help would be appreciated.

PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Transmitting 16bit J1939 CAN message
« Last post by Lukey on March 18, 2024, 11:19:39 AM »
I interpreted the information you provided left to right I.e. 1st bit then 2nd bit, so as how I programmed "10b = Start requested, automatic type"

I might be wrong, best to test in real time to be sure.
PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Transmitting 16bit J1939 CAN message
« Last post by llang on March 18, 2024, 07:14:33 AM »
Thank you.

In the encode block you set the first input to true - this must be the "01b = Start requested, operator type".
So if i want e.g. "10b = Start requested, automatic type" I have to set the second input to true and the first to false?
PLUS+1 Autonomy Hardware / About XM100 and OUSTER Lidars
« Last post by ibrahim on March 18, 2024, 07:03:26 AM »

I want to use OUSTER Lidar with XM100.

How many lidars use with one XM100?

Best Regards
PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Transmitting 16bit J1939 CAN message
« Last post by Lukey on March 15, 2024, 11:06:03 PM »
I think you want something like this, but best to test it to be sure.

Assuming you would want to set the 1st bit to False when wanting to switch engine off.
PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Transmitting 16bit J1939 CAN message
« Last post by llang on March 15, 2024, 09:50:24 PM »
Hi Lukey,

thank you for your answer. I thought that I have to convert the hex code into bin which has 9 digits (therefore 16 bytes needed), which is wrong i guess.

I can give you an extract from the PGN document. Could you please explain, how I can send e.g. "10b Start requested, automatic type"? Can i just put the hex code into an encode function?

Thanks in advance. :)

Best regards, Lukas
Displays / Re: Changing image size in program? vector editor
« Last post by Marbek_Elektronik on March 15, 2024, 04:16:10 PM »
Perhaps using usb port increases the download speed instead of CG150.
I watched this at DP700 and TM610.
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