PISO-DNM100 User`s Manual

PISO-DNM100 User`s Manual
PISO-DNM100-D/T
DeviceNet Master PCI Board
User’s Manual
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Contents
1.
GENERAL INFORMATION .................................................................................5
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1.1 DEVICENET INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................5
1.2 DEVICENET APPLICATIONS .........................................................................................7
1.3 PISO-DNM100 ARCHITECTURE.................................................................................8
1.4 DEVICENET MASTER CHARACTERISTICS ......................................................................9
1.5 PISO-DNM100 FIRMWARE CHARACTERISTICS .........................................................12
1.6 FEATURES ................................................................................................................14
1.7 SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................15
1.8 BLOCK DIAGRAM......................................................................................................16
1.9 PRODUCT CHECK LIST .............................................................................................17
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HARDWARE CONFIGURATION .....................................................................18
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2.1 BOARD LAYOUT ........................................................................................................18
2.2 JUMPER SELECTION .................................................................................................19
2.3 CONNECTOR PIN ASSIGNMENT ..................................................................................20
2.3.1 5-pin screw terminal connector ....................................................................20
2.3.2 9-pin D-sub male connector .........................................................................21
2.3.3 Wire connection ..............................................................................................22
2.4 INDICATOR LED.......................................................................................................23
2.4.1 Green LED ......................................................................................................23
2.4.2 Red LED ..........................................................................................................23
2.5 HARDWARE INSTALLATION ........................................................................................24
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DRIVER INSTALLATION AND SOFTWARE APPLICATION ....................25
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3.1 DRIVER INSTALLATION OF THE PISO-DNM100 ........................................................26
3.2 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR DEBUGGING ............................................................................31
3.3 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR I/O CONFIGURATION................................................................32
3.4 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR GENERAL I/O OPERATION ........................................................33
3.5 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR ON-LINE ADDING/REMOVING DEVICE.......................................34
3.6 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR “SETATTRIBUTE” AND “GETATTRIBUTE”.................................36
3.7 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR POLL CONNECTION ..................................................................37
3.8 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR BIT-STROBE CONNECTION ........................................................38
3.9 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR COS CONNECTION ...................................................................39
3.10 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR CYCLIC CONNECTION .............................................................40
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FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ...............................................................................41
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4.1 DLL FUNCTION DEFINITION AND DESCRIPTION ........................................................42
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4.2 FUNCTION RETURN CODE ........................................................................................48
4.3 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR AUTO-CHECK UCMM ARCHITECTURE .....................................61
4.4 FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ..........................................................................................62
4.4.1 DNM100_GetBoardInf .................................................................................62
4.4.2 DNM100_TotalDNM100Board ...................................................................63
4.4.3 DNM100_ActiveBoard.................................................................................64
4.4.4 DNM100_CloseBoard ..................................................................................65
4.4.5 DNM100_GetDLLVersion ...........................................................................66
4.4.6 DNM100_GetFirmwareVersion ...................................................................67
4.4.7 DNM100_ResetFirmware.............................................................................68
4.4.8 DNM100_CheckFirmwareMode ..................................................................69
4.4.9 DNM100_GetMasterMACID .......................................................................70
4.4.10 DNM100_SetMasterMACID .....................................................................71
4.4.11 DNM100_GetBaudRate .............................................................................72
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4.4.15
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4.4.19
4.4.20
4.4.21
4.4.22
4.4.23
4.4.24
4.4.25
DNM100_SetBaudRate ..............................................................................73
DNM100_GetMasterStatus ........................................................................74
DNM100_StartDevice ................................................................................75
DNM100_StopDevice ................................................................................76
DNM100_StartAllDevice ...........................................................................77
DNM100_StopAllDevice ...........................................................................78
DNM100_AddDevice .................................................................................79
DNM100_RemoveDevice ..........................................................................80
DNM100_GetExplicitStatus .......................................................................81
DNM100_GetExplicitResult ......................................................................82
DNM100_GetAttribute ...............................................................................83
DNM100_GetAttributeValue .....................................................................84
DNM100_SetAttribute ...............................................................................85
DNM100_SetAttributeResponse ................................................................86
4.4.26
4.4.27
4.4.28
4.4.29
4.4.30
4.4.31
4.4.32
4.4.33
4.4.34
4.4.35
DNM100_RemoveIOConnection ...............................................................87
DNM100_SetBreakOption .........................................................................88
DNM100_GetBreakOption.........................................................................89
DNM100_ClearAllConfig ..........................................................................90
DNM100_GetLastDeviceError...................................................................91
DNM100_GetDeviceStatus ........................................................................92
DNM100_DebugDevice .............................................................................93
DNM100_GetDeviceInfo ...........................................................................94
DNM100_GetDevicePollInfo .....................................................................95
DNM100_GetDeviceBitStrobeInfo ............................................................96
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4.4.37
4.4.38
4.4.39
4.4.40
4.4.41
4.4.42
4.4.43
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4.4.45
4.4.46
4.4.47
4.4.48
4.4.49
DNM100_GetDeviceCOSInfo ...................................................................97
DNM100_GetDeviceCyclicInfo .................................................................98
DNM100_AutoScanDevice ........................................................................99
DNM100_GetScanList .............................................................................100
DNM100_ConfigPoll ...............................................................................101
DNM100_UpdatePollConfig ....................................................................102
DNM100_ReadPollInputData ..................................................................103
DNM100_WritePollOutputData ...............................................................104
DNM100_GetPollStatus ...........................................................................105
DNM100_GetPollResult...........................................................................106
DNM100_CheckPollConnectionStatus ....................................................107
DNM100_ConfigBitStrobe.......................................................................108
DNM100_UpdateBitStrobeConfig ...........................................................109
DNM100_ReadBitStrobeInputData .........................................................110
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4.4.52
4.4.53
4.4.54
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4.4.56
4.4.57
4.4.58
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4.4.60
4.4.61
4.4.62
4.4.63
DNM100_GetBitStrobeStatus ..................................................................111
DNM100_GetBitStrobeResult..................................................................112
DNM100_CheckBitStrobeConnectionStatus ...........................................113
DNM100_ConfigCOS ..............................................................................114
DNM100_UpdateCOSConfig...................................................................115
DNM100_ReadCOSInputData .................................................................116
DNM100_WriteCOSOutputData .............................................................117
DNM100_GetCOSStatus ..........................................................................118
DNM100_GetCOSResult .........................................................................119
DNM100_CheckCOSConnectionStatus ...................................................120
DNM100_ConfigCyclic ...........................................................................121
DNM100_UpdateCyclicConfig ................................................................122
DNM100_ReadCyclicInputData ..............................................................123
DNM100_WriteCyclicOutputData ...........................................................124
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4.4.64 DNM100_GetCyclicStatus .......................................................................125
4.4.65 DNM100_GetCyclicResult.......................................................................126
4.4.66 DNM100_CheckCyclicConnectionStatus ................................................127
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DEMO PROGRAMS FOR WINDOWS ...............................................................128
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5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
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A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE DEMO PROGRAMS .................................................128
WIRE CONNECTION OF THE CAN BUS....................................................................129
VC_DEMO1 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................130
VC_DEMO2 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................133
BCB_DEMO1 INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................135
BCB_DEMO2 INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................137
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1. General Information
1.1 DeviceNet Introduction
The CAN (Controller Area Network) is a serial communication protocol,
which efficiently supports distributed real-time control with a very high level of
security. It is an especially suited for networking "intelligent" devices as well as
sensors and actuators within a system or sub-system. In CAN networks, there
is no addressing of subscribers or stations in the conventional sense, but
instead, prioritized messages are transmitted. DeviceNet is one kind of the
network protocols based on the CAN bus and mainly used for machine control
network, such as textile machinery, printing machines, injection molding
machinery, or packaging machines, etc. DeviceNet is a low level network that
provides connections between simple industrial devices (sensors, actuators)
and higher-level devices (controllers), as shown in Figure 1.1.
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T
T
Figure 1.1 Example of the DeviceNet network
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DeviceNet is a cost effective solution to one kind application of control
c\area network. It reduces the connection wires between devices and provides
rapid troubleshooting rejection function. The transfer rate can be up to
500Kbps within 100 meters. The transfer distance can be up to 500 meters in
125Kbps (See Table 1.1). It allows direct peer to peer data exchange between
nodes in an organized and, if necessary, deterministic manner. Master/Slave
connection model can be supported in the same network. Therefore,
DeviceNet is able to facilitate all application communications based on a
redefine a connection scheme. However, DeviceNet connection object strands
as the communication path between multiple endpoints, which are application
objects that is needed to share data.
Baud rate (bit/s)
Max. Bus length (m)
500 K
100
250 K
250
125 K
500
Table 1.1 The Baud rate and the Bus length
PISO-DNM100 can represent an economic solution of DeviceNet
application and be a DeviceNet master device on the DeviceNet network.
PISO-DNM100 supports Group 2 only Server and UCMM functions to
communication with slave devices. It has an independent CAN bus
communication port with the ability to cover a wide range of DeviceNet
applications. Besides, PISO-DNM100 uses the new CAN controller Phillips
SJA1000T and transceiver 82C250/251, which provide bus arbitration, error
detection with auto correction and re-transmission function. It can be installed
on
almost
any
windows-based
system,
for
example
Win98/Win2000/WinXP/WinNT. It is popularly applied in the industrial
automation, building automation, vehicle, marine, and embedded control
network. Therefore, that is an easy way to develop the DeviceNet network with
PISO-DNM100.
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1.2 DeviceNet Applications
DeviceNet is the standardized network application layer optimized for
factory automation. It is mainly used in low- and mid-volume automation
systems. Some users have also implemented DeviceNet for machine control
systems. The main DeviceNet application fields include the following
application area (For more information, please refer to www.odva.org):
HTU
UTH
● Production cell builds and tests CPUs
● Dinnerware production
● Beer brewery
● HVAC module production
● Equipment for food packing
● Textile machines
● Fiberglass twist machine
● Trawler automation system
● Sponge production plant
● LCD manufacturing plant
● Isolation wall manufacturing
● Rolling steel door production
● Overhead storage bin production
● Bottling line
● Pocket-bread bakery
● Tight manufacturing
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1.3 PISO-DNM100 Architecture
The PISO-DNM100 provides users to establish DeviceNet network rapidly
by Master/Slave connection model. The PISO-DNM100 is a high-performance
DeviceNet master board with one CPU inside. This architecture of the PISODNM100 almost doesn’t cost CPU resource and really increases the work
efficiency on DeviceNet network. Applying the PISO-DNM100, users don’t
need to take care of the detail of the DeviceNet protocol. The inside firmware
implements the DeviceNet protocol to help users to establish the connection
with DeviceNet slave devices easily. The illustration about the idea is shown as
Figure 1.2.
Figure 1.2 PISO-DNM100 illustration.
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1.4 DeviceNet Master Characteristics
Using the API functions, users don’t need to take care of the detail of the
DeviceNet protocol. It can reduce the complexity of user’s DeviceNet Master
Software. The firmware mainly supports the Predefined Master-Slave
Connection Set and UCMM functions to allow users to merge third party’s
DeviceNet devices into the DeviceNet network. It can help users to establish
the connection with DeviceNet slave devices easily. The general application
architecture is demonstrated as Figure 1.3.
Figure 1.3 Application architecture
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The DeviceNet protocol firmware provides the DeviceNet Master
mechanism to communicate with slave devices by the Predefined Master/Slave
Connection Set and UCMM Connection Set. In the DeviceNet communication
protocol can be clarify as two forms: One is the Explicit Message and others
are I/O Messages. Here, we only provide one explicit message connection and
four I/O connections as depicted in Figure 1.4.
Figure 1.4 DeviceNet Messaging
The DeviceNet Communication Protocol is based on the concept of
connections method. Master should create connections with slave devices
based on the command of exchanging information and I/O data. To establish
the master control mechanism, there are only four main steps to be followed.
Figure 1.5 demonstrates the basic process for the DeviceNet master
communication. The every step function is described in below:
Figure 1.5 Four steps to establish connection
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1. Add device into firmware
You should provide the slave device’s MAC ID to add into firmware by
using API function.
2. Configure connection
You can check the slave device’s I/O connection type and the I/O data
length. When configuring the I/O connection, you should provide these
parameters.
3. Start Device
After configuring connections, users should start device by using API
function. The master will communicate with the slave device.
4. Access I/O data
After communicating with slave devices, you can access the I/O data with
corresponding read/write function.
After adding the device into the firmware, the master will wait for the I/O
configuration information. Then users can create the I/O connections in the
next step. Once I/O connections have been created and started, I/O data may
be exchanged among devices in the DeviceNet network according to master
device demand. Therefore, the master device can access I/O data of the slave
devices by one of the four I/O connection methods. The API functions are not
only easy to use but also providing a lot of the DeviceNet Master functions to
retrieve and deliver the slave’s I/O data. For more information, please refer to
functions description and demo programs in section 4.
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1.5 PISO-DNM100 Firmware Characteristics
The PISO-DNM100 is a high-performance DeviceNet master board. The
firmware inside the board implements DeviceNet protocol automatically when
the board is active. The firmware always listens to the bus and receives the
message at the same time. It works as shown in Figure 1.6.
Figure 1.6 Message Router
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The PISO-DNM100 firmware has a “ScanList” to store the remote slave
devices information. After power off, the information still exists in the EEPROM.
When the users turn on the PC next time, the “ScanList” will be loaded from
EEPROM. The users can easily use the DLL functions to configure it, including
adding devices or removing devices. It works as shown in Figure 1.7. There is
more information about the library functions in chapter 4.
Figure 1.7
ScanList data structure
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1.6 Features
Hardware Features
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z
PCI BUS interface.
z
Driver supported for Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP.
z
186 compatible CPU with DeviceNet firmware inside.
z
8K bytes DPRAM inside.
z
One CAN communication port.
z
Compatible with CAN specification 2.0 parts A and B.
z
Jumper select 120Ω terminator resistor for each port.
z
2 indicating LED (one for green and another for red).
z
Direct memory mapping to the CAN controllers.
z
33MHz 32bit 5V PCI bus (V2.1) plug and play technology.
z
2500Vrms photo-isolation protection on CAN bus.
DeviceNet Firmware Features
U
z
Programmable Master MAC ID.
z
Programmable transfer-rate 125K, 250K, 500K.
z
Each port support maximum nodes up to 64
z
Support Group 2 Only Server functions
z
Support UCMM functions
z
Predefined Master-Slave Connection Set
z
The maximum Fragment number is (Input/Output) up to 64
z
Support I/O Operation Mode: Poll, Bit-Strobe and Change Of
State/Cyclic
z
Support Auto-Scan slave device function.
z
Support on-line adding and removing devices.
z
Support boot-up auto communicating with slave devices.
z Support Auto-Reconnect when the connection is broken.
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1.7 Specifications
z
CAN controller: Phillips SJA1000T.
z
CAN transceiver: Phillips 82C250/251.
z
Signal support: CAN_H, CAN_L.
z
CAN controller frequency :16 MHz
z
Connector: 5-pin screw terminal connector or 9-pin D-sub male
connector.
z
Isolation voltage: 2500Vrms on CAN bus.
z
186 compactable CPU
z
8K bytes DPRAM (1K bytes for system)
z
512 K bytes Flash memory (128K bytes for system)
z
512K bytes SRAM
z
RTC (real time clock) inside
z
2K EEPROM (256 bytes for system)
z
31 bytes NVRAM
z
Power requirements:
CAN400: [email protected]
CAN200: [email protected]
z
Environmental:
Operating temp: 0~60℃
Storage temp: -20~80℃
Humidity: 0~90% non-condensing
Dimensions: 130mm X 110mm
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1.8 Block Diagram
The figure 1.8 shows the block diagram of the PISO-DNM100 board.
1. DPRAM (Dual Port RAM) :
The DPRAM is the memory buffer which provides the communication
channel between PC and PISO-DNM100.
2. EEPROM :
The EEPROM stores the configuration information. After restarting the
PC, the configuration data will be loaded form the EEPROM automatically.
3. Control CPU :
The CPU inside implementing the DeviceNet firmware.
4. CAN Controller :
The CAN controller is used for sending and receiving the CAN messages.
There is photo isolation between CAN controller and CAN bus.
Figure 1.8 Block diagram of the PISO-DNM100
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1.9 Product Check List
…
…
…
…
…
In addition to this manual, the package includes the following items:
PISO-DNM100 card;
Software CD ROM;
User manual;
Quick Start manual;
Release Note
It is recommended that users should read the release note first. All of
the important information needed will be provided in the release note as
follows:
…
Where you can find the software driver, utility and demo programs.
…
How to install software & utility.
…
Where is the diagnostic program?
…
FAQ’s and answers.
Attention !
If any of these items are missing or damaged, please contact your local
field agent. Keep aside the shipping materials and carton in case you want to
ship or store the product in the future.
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2. Hardware Configuration
This section will describe the hardware settings of the PISO-DNM100.
This information includes the wire connection and terminal resistance
configuration for the CAN network.
2.1 Board Layout
Figure2.1
PISO-DNM100 Board LAYOUT
Note: PISO-DNM100-T layout is similar with PISO-DNM100-D. The only
difference is the position of CAN port connector. The positions of jumper or DIP
switch are the same. Therefore, users can also refer to the PISO-DNM100-D
layout to configure the jumper or DIP switch if they use PISO-DNM100-T.
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2.2 Jumper Selection
The following table shows the definition of jumpers or DIP switch. Users
need to refer to this table to configure the PISO-DNM100- D/T hardware.
Jumper
JP1
JP3
JP4
Description
Status
CAN Port 120Ω terminal resistance.
Reset pin for download error. If users
want to update firmware but the process
is fail, users can enable this jumper to
reset the PISO-DNM100-D/T into
download mode.
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
None.
None
DIP switch is used to set the PISOCM100 board No. Switch1 is for bit0,
switch2 is for bit1 and so forth. For
example, if the left-hand-side switch
(switch 1) is ON, the board No. is set to
DIP switch
1. The range of board No. is from 0 to
This situation indicates
15. Be careful that the board No. for
the board No. 1.
each
PISO-CM100-D/T,
PISODNM100-D/T and PISO-CPM100-D/T
must be unique.
Table 2.1
Jumper or DIP switch selections
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2.3 Connector Pin Assignment
The PISO-DNM100-T is equipped with one 5-pin screw terminal
connector and the PISO-DNM100-D is equipped with one 9-pin D-sub male
connector for wire connection of the CAN bus. The connector’s pin
assignment is specified as follows:
2.3.1
5-pin screw terminal connector
The 5-pin screw terminal connector for the CAN bus is shown in Figure 2.4
and the details for the pin assignment are presented in Table 2.2.
1
2
3
4
5
CAN-L Shield CAN-H
Figure2.4
Pin No.
5-pin screw terminal connector
Signal
Description
1
N/A
No use
2
CAN_H
CAN_H bus line (dominant high)
3
CAN_SHLD
Optional CAN Shield
4
CAN_L
CAN_L bus line (dominant low)
5
N/A
No use
Table 2.2: Pin assignment of 5-pin screw terminal connector
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2.3.2
9-pin D-sub male connector
The 9-pin D-sub male connector of the CAN bus interface is shown in
Figure 2.5 and the corresponding pin assignments are given in Table 2.3.
CAN-L
1
2
6
Shield
3
4
5
7
8
9
CAN-H
Figure2.5
Pin No.
9-pin D-sub male connector
Signal
Description
1
N/A
No use
2
CAN_L
CAN_L bus line (dominant low)
3
N/A
No use
4
N/A
No use
5
CAN_SHLD
Optional CAN Shield
6
N/A
No use
7
CAN_H
CAN_H bus line (dominant high)
8
N/A
No use
9
N/A
No use
Table 2.3
Pin assignment of the 9-pin D-sub male connector
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2.3.3 Wire connection
In order to minimize the reflection effects on the CAN bus line, the CAN
bus line has to be terminated at both ends by two terminal resistances as in the
following figure. According to the ISO 11898-2 spec, each terminal resistance
is 120Ω (or between 108Ω~132Ω). The length related resistance should have
70 mΩ/m. Users should check the resistances of the CAN bus, before they
install a new CAN network.
Device 1
Device 2
...
Device N
120Ω
120Ω
CAN_H
CAN_L
Figure 2.4
CAN bus network topology
Moreover, to minimize the voltage drop over long distances, the terminal
resistance should be higher than the value defined in the ISO 11898-2. The
following table can be used as a good reference.
Bus Cable Parameters
Bus Length
(meter)
Length Related
Resistance
(mΩ/m)
0~40
70
Cross Section
(Type)
0.25(23AWG)~
0.34mm2(22AWG)
124 (0.1%)
0.34(22AWG)~
0.6mm2(20AWG)
127 (0.1%)
150~300
P
P
40~300
< 60
P
P
300~600
< 40
0.5~0.6mm2
(20AWG)
600~1K
< 20
0.75~0.8mm2
(18AWG)
Table 2.4
Terminal
Resistance
(Ω)
P
P
P
150~300
Relationship between cable characteristics and terminal
resistance
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2.4 Indicator LED
2.4.1 Green LED
U
U
The [Green] LED indicates the firmware status in the PISO-DNM100.
There are 3 situations in [Green] LED.
(1). LED off:
This indicates that there are some errors on the bus or in the
firmware. The DeviceNet firmware is not running.
(2). LED twinkle:
This indicates that the CAN bus works fine. But there is no any slave
devices configuration in the EEPROM of the PISO-DNM100. The
DeviceNet firmware is waiting for configuration.
(3). LED on:
This indicates that the DeviceNet firmware is running. The
PISO-DNM100 is communicating with the slave devices.
2.4.2 Red LED
U
U
The [Red] LED means Network Status. It indicates that there are errors on
the bus or there is any slave device's MAC ID collides with the
PISO-DNM100's MAC ID. There are two situations in [Red] LED.
(1). LED off:
This indicates that there is no error on the bus and about the MAC ID.
(2). LED twinkle:
This indicates that there are errors on the bus which maybe the
situations as shown bellow:
(a) The CAN connector doesn't connect to the slave devices.
(b) The power of the slave devices is off.
(c) The MAC ID collision between master and slave devices is occurring.
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2.5 Hardware Installation
When users want to use PISO-DNM100-D/T, the hardware installation
needs to be finished as following steps.
1. Shutdown your personal computer.
2. Configure the DIP switch and JP1 of your PISO-DNM100-D/T for board No.
and terminal resistance. More detail information could be found on the figure
2.1 and table 2.1.
3. Check JP3 status of PISO-DNM100-D/T. If necessary, enable it.
4. Find an empty PCI slot for your PISO-DNM100-D/T on the mother board of
the personal computer. Plug the configured PISO-DNM100-D/T into this
empty PCI slot. See figure 2.5.
5. Plug your CAN bus cable(s) into the 5-pin screw terminal connector or the 9pin D-sub connector.
When the steps described above is completed, turn on the personal computer.
Figure 2.5 PISO-DNM100 installation
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3.
Driver Installation and Software Application
The DeviceNet DLL driver (DNM100.dll) collection of function calls for the
PISO-DNM100 cards used in Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP systems. The
application structure is presented in the following figure. The user’s DeviceNet
application programs can be developed by the following designated tools: VB,
Delphi and Borland C++ Builder…etc. In these tools, the application program
can call the DNM100.DLL driver to implement DeviceNet network application.
And then the DeviceNet DLL driver will throughout the CM100.dll into the
KP_CM100.sys and windrvr6.sys to access the hardware system, as shown in
the following Figure.
Figure 3.1 Software architecture in the Windows system
In the following sub-section, we show some flow diagrams to describe how
to apply the DeviceNet protocol (DNM100.DLL) to build a master device.
Section 3.2 ~ 3.10 show the flow diagram for users to understand easily. Note
that users need to follow the operation principle of the DeviceNet protocol
correctly and easily to communicate with the remote nodes by these
connection methods.
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3.1 Driver Installation of the PISO-DNM100
The software Installation for DeviceNet application is demonstrated as the
following descriptions. After finishing the procedure, the driver, demos, manual
and Utility can be in your PC. For the advance application, users can refer to
the basic demo programs to develop the customized DeviceNet master
application.
The driver of PISO-DNM100 can be used in 98/Me/NT/2000/XP Windows
environments. For these Windows operation systems, the recommended
installation procedure is given as follows:
Step 1: Insert the companion CD into the CD-ROM driver and wait a few
seconds until the installation program starts automatically. If it
cannot be started automatically for some reason, please doubleclick the file ICPDAS.EXE on this CD. The screenshot likes the
following picture. Please click “CAN Series” item.
Step 2: After changing to the following picture, please click the “DeviceNet”
item.
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Step 3: When the window is changing to the picture below, please move the
mouse cursor on the “Master” item.
Step 4: The DeviceNet master products will be shown in the window.
Step 5: Click “install Toolkit for Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, which is
based on the operation system you used”.
Step 6: After finishing the step 5, the users will see the setup file in the folder
“PISO-DNM100_V10.exe”. Please double-click it to run the setup.
Step 7: This first setup screen shoot is shown as follows. Please press “Next”
button to continue the process.
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Step 8: Press “Next” button. The screen shoot is shown below. After reading
the license, the users can accept it or not. If the users accept it,
please select “I accept….” and press “Next” button.
Step 9: After accepting the license, the next screen shoot is shown as follows.
Users can edit your name and company name. After editing the
information, please press “Next” button.
Step 10: After editing the information, the next screen shoot is shown as
follows. Please select “Complete” item and press “Next” button.
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Step 11: The next screen shoot is shown as follows. Please press “Install”
button. The setup process will start.
Step 12: The setup process is running. The screen shoot is shown below.
Step 13: Wait for the setup process finishing. The next screen shoot is shown
below. After finishing the process, please press “Finish” button.
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Step 14: The next screen shoot is shown as follows. Please restart your PC.
Then the setup software would copy the related material to the indicated
directory and register the driver on your computer. The driver target directory
is different according to the different systems as follows.
Windows NT/2000 – WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS
Windows 98/Me/XP – WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS
The other data and resource is copied to the following directory:
C:\ICPDAS\PISO-DNM100\
The program files picture is shown as follow.
Note:DeviceNet Master Utility is a useful tool for users to configure and test
the DeviceNet slave devices. You can refer to DeviceNet Master Utility
manual to know the detail. The next sections in this manual explain how
to implement the DeviceNet system by API functions.
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3.2 Flow Diagram for Debugging
Before developing the DeviceNet applications, users should test to
connect to the slave devices. When users have no idea to communicate with
them, users can follow these steps shown in figure 3.2. The following functions
can help users to get the DeviceNet information of the slave devices. The
users can choose one of them to find out the problem of the slave devices. The
detail information about those functions is in the next chapter.
Figure 3.2 Debugging Diagram
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3.3 Flow Diagram for I/O Configuration
After getting the DeviceNet I/O information of the slave devices, users
should save the parameters into the EEPROM in PISO-DNM100. The
EEPROM will store the configuration data. The firmware in PISO-DNM100 will
load the previous configuration from the EEPROM in the next boot-up. When
the devices in the DeviceNet network are changed, the users must set the
configuration data to fit the application. The configuration diagram is shown in
Figure 3.3. There is more information about those functions in the next
chapter.
Figure 3.3 I/O configuration Diagram
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3.4 Flow Diagram for General I/O Operation
After configuring the PISO-DNM100, the users can easily read or write I/O
data from or to the remote DeviceNet slave devices. The users don't need to
know about the DeviceNet protocol. The main steps are shown in Figure 3.5.
There are more detail descriptions in chapter 3.6 ~ 3.10.
Figure 3.5 General I/O Diagram
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3.5 Flow Diagram for On-line Adding/Removing Device
The PISO-DNM100 provides the on-line adding/removing slave device
functions. The users can follow the steps to achieve this function. The steps
are shown in Figure 3.6 and Figure 3.7.
1. On-line Adding Devices :
U
Figure 3.6 On-line Add Device Diagram
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2. On-line Removing Devices :
U
Figure 3.7 On-line Remove Device Diagram
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3.6 Flow Diagram for “SetAttribute” and “GetAttribute”
The users can set or get DeviceNet device's property via DeviceNet
network. The PISO-DNM100 provides these functions to set or get the
properties of the remote devices easily. The steps are shown in Figure 3.8.
Figure 3.8 “SetAttribute” and “GetAttribute” Diagram
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3.7 Flow Diagram for Poll Connection
The users can read or write device's I/O data via the DeviceNet Poll
connection. The PISO-DNM100 provides three functions to read and write the
I/O data easily. Firstly, the users should know the device's I/O input length (in
Byte) and output length (in Byte). Secondly, the users should set these two
parameters by calling DNM100_ConfigPoll. Thirdly, the users can set the initial
output value by calling DNM100_WritePollOutputData before starting the
specific slave device. If the users do not initialize the output value, the firmware
default output value is 0. Fourthly, the users can start communicating with
device to read or write I/O data. If the specific slave device doesn’t have any
output channel, the firmware will start communicating with the device
automatically. The Figure 3.9 shows the main steps to achieve this function.
There are more functions described in chapter 4.
Figure 3.9 Poll Connection Diagram
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3.8 Flow Diagram for Bit-Strobe Connection
The users can read device's I/O data via DeviceNet Bit-Strobe connection.
The PISO-DNM100 provides two functions to read the I/O data easily. Firstly,
the users should know the device's I/O input length (in Byte). Secondly, the
users should set this parameter by calling DNM100_ConfigBitStrobe. Thirdly,
the users can start communicating with device to read I/O data. The Figure
3.10 shows the main steps to achieve this function. There are more functions
described in chapter 4.
Figure 3.10 Bit-Strobe Connection Diagram
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3.9 Flow Diagram for COS Connection
The users can read or write device's I/O data via DeviceNet COS (changeOf-State) connection. The PISO-DNM100 provides three functions to read or
write the I/O data easily. Firstly, the users should know the device's I/O input
length (in Byte) and the output length (in Byte). Secondly, the users should set
this parameter by calling DNM100_ConfigCOS. Thirdly, the users can set the
initial output value by calling DNM100_WriteCOSOutputData before starting
the specific slave device. If the users do not initialize the output value, the
firmware default output value is 0. Fourthly, the users can start communicating
with device to read or write I/O data. If the specific slave device doesn’t have
any output channel, the firmware will start communicating with the device
automatically. The Figure 3.11 shows the main steps to achieve this function.
There are more functions described in chapter 4.
Figure 3.11 COS Connection Diagram
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3.10 Flow Diagram for Cyclic Connection
The users can read or write device's I/O data via DeviceNet Cyclic
connection. The PISO-DNM100 provides three functions to read or write the
I/O data easily. Firstly, the users should know the device's I/O input length (in
Byte) and the output length (in Byte). Secondly, the users should set this
parameter by calling DNM100_ConfigCyclic. Thirdly, the users can set the
initial output value by calling DNM100_WriteCyclicOutputData before starting
the specific slave device. If the users do not initialize the output value, the
firmware default output value is 0. Fourthly, the users can start communicating
with device to read or write I/O data. If the specific slave device doesn’t have
any output channel, the firmware will start communicating with the device
automatically. The Figure 3.12 shows the main steps to achieve this function.
There are more functions described in chapter 4.
Figure 3.12 Cyclic Connection Diagram
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4. Function description
All the functions of the PISO-DNM100 can be separated into five groups.
The idea is shown Figure 4.1. There is more detail description in CH 4.1.
Figure 4.1 Five Function Groups
[Board Functions]
These functions in this group help users to find DNM100 boards or get
board’s information. The users can use these functions to configure or manage
the boards in the PC.
U
[Firmware Functions]
These functions in this group help users to operate the firmware or get the
status of the firmware inside the PISO-DNM100.
U
[Operating Functions]
These operating functions are the important operation of the DeviceNet
master. They help users to configure the whole network.
U
[Debugging Function]
These debugging functions can help user to debug the network, including
the wire connection, the slave device’s setting…etc. When building the
DeviceNet network, the user can use these functions to make sure that the
network or the slave devices are fine.
U
[I/O Functions]
These functions help user to read or to write the I/O data from or to the
remote slave devices.
U
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4.1 DLL Function Definition and Description
All the functions provided in the DNM100.dll are listed in the following
table and detail information for every function is presented in the next subsection. However, in order to make the descriptions more simply and clear,
the attributes for the both the input and output parameter functions are given
as [input] and [output] respectively, as shown in following table.
Keyword
Set parameter by user before Get the data from this parameter
calling this function?
after calling this function?
[ input ]
Yes
No
[ output ]
No
Yes
Table 4.1.1 Functions Table (Board Functions) 1/1
Function Name
No.
T
T
T
Description
T
T
T
1
DNM100_GetBoardInf
Get the information of the PISO-DNM100
2
DNM100_TotalDNM100Board
Get total PISO-DNM100 boards in the PC
3
DNM100_ActiveBoard
Make PISO-DNM100 active
4
DNM100_CloseBoard
Close the PISO-DNM100
5
DNM100_GetDLLVersion
Get the DLL version of the DNM100.DLL
Table 4.1.2 Functions Table (Firmware Functions) 1/1
No.
T
T
Function Name
T
T
Description
T
T
1
DNM100_GetFirmwareVersion
Get the version of the firmware inside the
PISO-DNM100
2
DNM100_ResetFirmware
Reset the firmware in the PISO-DNM100
3
DNM100_CheckFirmwareMode Get the firmware mode at present
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Table 4.1.3 Functions Table (Operating Functions) 1/2
No.
T
T
Function Name
T
T
Description
T
T
1
DNM100_SetMasterMACID
Set the MAC ID of the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master’s MAC ID)
2
DNM100_GetMasterMACID
Get the MAC ID of the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master’s MAC ID)
3
DNM100_GetBaudRate
Get the baud rate of the CAN bus
4
DNM100_SetBaudRate
Set the baud rate of the CAN bus
5
DNM100_GetMasterStatus
Get the status of the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master’s status) at present
6
DNM100_StartDevice
PISO-DNM100 will start to communicate
with the specific slave device
7
DNM100_StopDevice
PISO-DNM100 will stop to communicate
with the specific slave device
8
DNM100_StartAllDevice
PISO-DNM100 will start to communicate
with all slave devices
9
DNM100_StopAllDevice
PISO-DNM100 will stop to communicate
with all slave devices
10 DNM100_AddDevice
Add the specific slave device’s information
into the PISO-DNM100(DeviceNet Master)
11 DNM100_RemoveDevice
Remove the specific slave device’s
information from the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
12 DNM100_RemoveIOConnection
Remove specific slave device’s I/O
information from the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
Add Poll I/O information of the specific
13 DNM100_ConfigPoll
slave device into the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
14 DNM100_UpdatePollConfig
Update Poll I/O configuration of the
specific slave device in the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
15 DNM100_ConfigBitStrobe
Add Bit-Strobe I/O information of the
specific slave device into the PISODNM100 (DeviceNet Master)
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No.
T
T
Function Name
T
Description
T
T
T
Update Bit-Strobe I/O configuration of the
16 DNM100_UpdateBitStrobeConfig specific slave device in the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
17 DNM100_ConfigCOS
Add COS I/O information of the specific
slave device into the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
18 DNM100_UpdateCOSConfig
Update COS I/O configuration of the
specific slave device in the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
19 DNM100_ConfigCyclic
Add Cyclic I/O information of the specific
slave device into the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
20 DNM100_UpdateCyclicConfig
Update Cyclic I/O configuration of the
specific slave device in the PISO-DNM100
(DeviceNet Master)
21 DNM100_GetLastDeviceError
Get the slave device’s MAC ID which is in
error status at present
22 DNM100_GetDeviceStatus
Get the slave device’s communication
status.
23 DNM100_SetBreakOption
Set the option when the communication is
break.
24 DNM100_GetBreakOption
25 DNM100_ClearAllConfig
Get the option when the communication is
break.
Clear all configuration in PISO-DNM100
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Table 4.1.5 Functions Table (Debugging Functions) 1/1
No.
T
T
Function Name
T
T
Description
T
T
1
DNM100_DebugDevice
PISO-DNM100 will check the specific
slave device whether the device is exists
or not.
2
DNM100_GetDeviceInfo
Get all the I/O information of the specific
slave device
3
DNM100_GetDevicePollInfo
Get the Poll information of the specific
slave device
4
DNM100_GetDeviceBitStrobeInfo
Get the Bit-Strobe information of the
specific slave device
5
DNM100_GetDeviceCOSInfo
Get the COS information of the specific
slave device
6
DNM100_GetDeviceCyclicInfo
Get the Cyclic information of the specific
slave device
7
DNM100_AutoScanDevice
PISO-DNM100 will scan the whole
network to find out how many devices in
the DeviceNet network.
8
DNM100_GetScanList
Get all the I/O information in the firmware
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No.
T
T
Function Name
T
Description
T
T
T
1
DNM100_GetExplicitStatus
Get the Explicit connection
status of the slave device
2
DNM100_GetExplicitResult
Get the Explicit connection
result of the slave device
3
DNM100_GetAttribute
Send
the
get
attribute
command to the slave device.
4
DNM100_GetAttributeValue
Get the attribute value of the
DNM100_GetAttribute
5
DNM100_SetAttribute
Send
the
set
attribute
command to the slave device.
6
DNM100_SetAttributeResponse
Get the response value of the
DNM100_SetAttribute
7
DNM100_ReadPollInputData
Read the input data via Poll
connection
8
DNM100_WritePollOutputData
Write the output data via Poll
connection
9
DNM100_GetPollStatus
Get the Poll connection status
of the slave device
10 DNM100_GetPollResult
Get the Poll connection result
of the slave device
11 DNM100_CheckPollConnectionStatus
Check the Poll connection
status is fine or not
12 DNM100_ReadBitStrobeInputData
Read the input data
Bit-Strobe connection
13 DNM100_GetBitStrobeStatus
Get the Bit-Strobe connection
status of the slave device
14 DNM100_GetBitStrobeResult
Get the Bit-Strobe connection
result of the slave device
15 DNM100_CheckBitStrobeConnectionStatus
Check
the
Bit-Strobe
connection status is fine or not
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No.
T
T
Function Name
T
Description
T
T
T
16 DNM100_ReadCOSInputData
Read the input data via COSl
connection
17 DNM100_WriteCOSOutputData
Write the output data via COSl
connection
18 DNM100_GetCOSStatus
Get the COS connection status
of the slave device
19 DNM100_GetCOSResult
Get the COS connection result
of the slave device
20 DNM100_CheckCOSConnectionStatus
Check the COS connection
status is fine or not
21 DNM100_ReadCyclicInputData
Read the input data via Cyclicl
connection
22 DNM100_WriteCyclicOutputData
Write the output data via Cyclicl
connection
23 DNM100_GetCyclicStatus
Get the Cyclic connection
status of the slave device
24 DNM100_GetCyclicResult
25 DNM100_CheckCyclicConnectionStatus
Get the Cyclic connection result
of the slave device
Check the Cyclic connection
status is fine or not
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4.2 Function Return Code
Table 4.2.1 Interpretation of the return code (Hardware Error) 1/1
U
Return
U
T
Error ID
T
Code
T
T
No error
DNM100_NoError
0
T
Comment
T
T
T
10001 DNM100_DriverError
Kernel driver is not opened.
10002 DNM100_ActiveBoardError
This board can not be activated.
10003 DNM100_BoardNumberError
10004 DNM100_PortNumberError
The Board number exceeds the total
board numbers.
The Port number is not correct.
10007 DNM100_InitError
The PISO-DNM100 replies error.
10021 DNM100_SoftBufferIsEmpty
No CAN messages in the buffer.
10022 DNM100_SoftBufferIsFull
The software buffer is overflow.
10023 DNM100_TimeOut
The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
10024 DNM100_SetCyclicMsgFailure The cyclic messages are over 5 counts.
This is special function for CAN.
The command length is over 512 bytes.
10025 DNM100_DpramOverRange
T
T
T
T
10026 DNM100_NoDpramCmd
There is no command in DPRAM.
10027 DNM100_ModeError
This board can’t be changed to firmware
mode.
There is no firmware in PISO-DNM100.
T
T
T
T
10030 DNM100_NoFileInside
T
T
The download firmware process is
10031 DNM100_DownloadFailure
T
T
failure.
10032 DNM100_EEPROMDamage
The EEPROM is out of order.
10033 DNM100_NotEnoughSpace
The firmware is too large to put it into the
PISO-DNM100-D/T
The firmware is downloading.
T
T
T
T
10034 DNM100_StillDownloading
T
T
The firmware mode is error.
10035 DNM100_BoardModeError
T
T
T
10036 DNM100_CardTypeError
T
T
T
The firmware is not for the PISODNM100
T
T
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Table 4.2.2 Interpretation of the return code (MapTable Error) 1/1
Return
Code
MapTable Error
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
1200
DNMXS_MapTableFull
The MapTable is full.
1201
DNMXS_MapDataDuplicate
The data already exists in the
MapTable.
1202
DNMXS_MapDataNotFound
The data can't be found in the
MapTable.
1203
DNMXS_MapTableError
The MapTable has some errors.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
Table 4.2.3 Interpretation of the return code (DeviceNet Error) 1/1
Return
Code
DeviceNet Error
T
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
1300
DNMXS_BoardNotOnline
The master is not on line.
1301
DNMXS_ExplicitNotEstablish
The Explicit connection is not
established.
1302
DNMXS_PollNotEstablish
The Poll connection is not
established.
1303
DNMXS_BitStrobeNotEstablish
The Bit-Strobe connection is not
established.
1304
DNMXS_COSNotEstablish
The COS connection is not
established.
1305
DNMXS_CyclicNotEstablish
The Cyclic connection is not
established.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.5 Interpretation of the return code (EEPROM Error) 1/1
Return
Code
EEPROM Error
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
1400
DNMXS_ReadEEPROMError
There are errors when reading
EEPROM.
1401
DNMXS_WriteEEPROMError
There are errors when writing
EEPROM.
1402
DNMXS_EEPROMDataError
The data in EEPROM is error.
1403
DNMXS_EEPROMFull
The EEPROM is full.
1404
DNMXS_DeviceNotExistInEEP
The data can't be found in the
EEPROM.
1405
DNMXS_EEPROMDeviceDuplicate
The device already exists in the
EEPROM.
1406
DNMXS_EEPROMError
The EEPROM has some errors.
1407
DNMXS_EEPROMNoData
The EEPROM is empty.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Return
Code
CAN chip Error
T
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
1500
DNMXS_SendCANMsgError
The CAN port can't send message.
1501
DNMXS_CANConfigError
The CAN port can't be configured.
1502
DNMXS_CANRxBufferError
The receive buffer has errors in the
CAN port.
1503
DNMXS_CANInstallIRQError
There are errors when installing the
interrupt resource.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.7 Interpretation of the return code (Functional Error) 1/3
Return
Code
Functional Error
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
1600 DNMXS_OnlineError
T
T
[Note1]
1700 DNMXS_ConnectionTypeNotSupport
The connection type is not a
valid I/O connection.
1800 DNMXS_BitStrobeAlreadyExistInEEP
The Bit-Strobe information
already exists in the EEPROM.
1900 DNMXS_PollAlreadyExistInEEP
The Poll information already
exists in the EEPROM.
2000 DNMXS_COSAlreadyExistInEEP
The COS information already
exists in the EEPROM.
2100 DNMXS_CyclicAlreadyExistInEEP
The Cyclic information already
exists in the EEPROM.
2200 DNMXS_PollOutputDataLenError
The output length of the Poll
connection doesn't match the
device's output length.
2300 DNMXS_COSOutputDataLenError
The output length of the COS
connection doesn't match the
device's output length.
2400 DNMXS_CyclicOutputDataLenError
The output length of the Cyclic
connection doesn't match the
device's output length.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
[Note1]: The master MAC ID collides with other slave device in the DeviceNet
network.
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Table 4.2.8 Interpretation of the return code (Functional Error) 2/3
Return
Code
Functional Error
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
2500
DNMXS_ExplicitUnConnect
The Explicit connection has not
connected.
2501
DNMXS_PollUnConnect
The Poll connection has not
connected.
2502
DNMXS_BitStrobeUnConnect
The Bit-Strobe connection has not
connected.
2503
DNMXS_COSUnConnect
The COS connection has not
connected.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
2504 DNMXS_CyclicUnConnect
T
T
The Cyclic connection has not
connected.
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Return
Code
Functional Error
T
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
2600 DNMXS_BusError
The CAN bus has some errors.
2601 DNMXS_MACIDDuplicate
There is the same MAC ID in the
ScanList.
2700 DNMXS_BreakOptionError
The option is illegal when the
communication is broken.
2800 DNMXS_WithoutPoll
The device doesn't support Poll
connection.
2801 DNMXS_WithoutBitStrobe
The device doesn't support
Bit -Strobe connection.
2802 DNMXS_WithoutCOS_Cyclic
The device doesn't support COS or
Cyclic connection.
2900 DNMXS_DevicesError
There are slave devices which have
some errors.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.10 Interpretation of the return code (Connection Status)1/3
Return
Code
Connection Status
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
0
Status_Initial
Initial status
1
Status_ExplicitEstablishOK
Allocate Explicit connection
successfully
2
Status_ExplicitEstablishing
Master is allocating Explicit
connection
3
Status_ExplicitUnEstablish
Explicit connection doesn't be
allocated.
4
Status_TimeoutActionUnSet
Explicit connection doesn't set
Watchdog Timeout Action.
5
Status_TimeoutActionSetOK
Explicit connection has set
Watchdog Timeout Action.
6
Status_TimeoutActionSetting
Explicit connection is setting
Watchdog Timeout Action.
7
Status_IOReady
Ready to allocate I/O
connection
10
Status_BitStrobeEstablishOK
Allocate Bit-Strobe connection
successfully.
11
Status_BitStrobeEstablishing
Master is allocating Bit-Strobe
Connection.
12
Status_BitStrobeUnEstablish
Bit-Strobe connection doesn't
be allocated.
13
Status_BitStrobeGetingProducedSize
Bit-Strobe connection is getting
Produced Connection Size
14
Bit-Strobe connection gets
Status_BitStrobeGetProducedSizeOK Produced Connection Size
successfully.
15
Status_BitStrobeEPRUnSet
Bit-Strobe connection doesn't
set Expected Packet Rate.
16
Status_BitStrobeEPRSetOK
Bit-Strobe connection has set
Expected Packet Rate.
17
Status_BitStrobeEPRSetting
Bit-Strobe connection is setting
Expected Packet Rate.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.11 Interpretation of the return code (Connection Status)2/3
Return
Code
Connection Status
T
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
20
Status_PollEstablishOK
Allocate Poll connection
successfully
21
Status_PollEstablishing
Master is allocating Poll connection.
22
Status_PollUnEstablish
Poll connection doesn't be
allocated.
23
Status_PollGetingProducedSize
Poll connection is getting Produced
Connection Size.
24
Status_PollGetProducedSizeOK
Poll connection gets Produced
Connection Size successfully.
25
Status_PollGetingConsumedSize
Poll connection is getting
Consumed Connection Size
26
Status_PollGetConsumedSizeOK
Poll connection gets Consumed
Connection Size successfully.
27
Status_PollEPRUnSet
Poll connection doesn't set
Expected Packet Rate.
28
Status_PollEPRSetOK
Poll connection has set Expected
Packet Rate successfully.
29
Status_PollEPRSetting
Poll connection is setting Expected
Packet Rate.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.12 Interpretation of the return code (Connection Status)3/3
Return
Code
Connection Status
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
30
Status_COS_CyclicEstablishOK
Allocate COS_Cyclic
Connection successfully.
31
Status_COS_CyclicEstablishing
Master is allocating
COS_Cyclic Connection
32
Status_COS_CyclicUnEstablish
COS_Cyclic Connection
doesn't be allocated.
Status_COS_CyclicGetingProducedSize
COS_Cyclic connection is
getting COS_Cyclic
Produced Connection Size
34
Status_COS_CyclicGetProducedSizeOK
COS_Cyclic connection
gets Produced Connection
Size successfully.
35
COS_Cyclic connection is
Status_COS_CyclicGetingConsumedSize getting Consumed
Connection Size
36
COS_Cyclic connection
Status_COS_CyclicGetConsumedSizeOK gets Consumed Connection
Size successfully.
T
T
T
T
T
T
33
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
Status_COS_CyclicEPRUnSet
COS_Cyclic connection
doesn't set Expected
Packet Rate.
Status_COS_CyclicEPRSetOK
COS_Cyclic connection has
set Expected Packet Rate
successfully.
39
Status_COS_CyclicEPRSetting
COS_Cyclic connection is
setting Expected Packet
Rate.
40
Status_COS_CyclicACKErr
COS_Cyclic ACK replies
error.
41
Status_COS_CyclicACKTMO
COS_Cyclic ACK does not
reply.
37
T
T
38
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.13 Interpretation of the return code (Connection Result)1/5
Return
Code
Connection Result
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
0
Result_None
None
1
Result_AllocateResOK
Allocation replies OK.
2
Result_AllocateResERR
Allocation replies error.
3
Result_AllocateResTMO
Allocation replies timeout.
4
Result_SetActionResOK
Setting Watchdog Timeout Action is OK.
5
Result_SetActionResERR
Setting Watchdog Timeout Action
responses error.
6
Result_SetActionResTMO
Setting Watchdog Timeout Action
responses timeout.
7
Result_ReleaseResOK
Releasing connection responses OK.
8
Result_ReleaseResERR
Releasing connection responses error.
9
Result_ReleaseResTMO
Releasing connection responses
timeout.
10
Result_GetAttrResOK
Getting Attribute is OK.
11
Result_GetAttrResERR
Getting Attribute is error.
12
Result_GetAttrResTMO
Getting Attribute is timeout.
13
Result_SetAttrResOK
Setting Attribute is OK.
14
Result_SetAttrResERR
Setting Attribute is error.
15
Result_SetAttrResTMO
Setting Attribute is timeout.
16
Result_SetAttrACKTMO
Setting Attribute ACK is timeout.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.14 Interpretation of the return code (Connection Result)2/5
Return
Code
Connection Result
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
Result_BitStrobeEPRResOK
Setting the Expected Packet Rate
of the Bit-Strobe connection
replies OK.
Result_BitStrobeEPRResERR
Setting the Expected Packet Rate
of the Bit-Strobe connection
replies error.
22
Result_BitStrobeEPRResTMO
Setting the Expected Packet Rate
of the Bit-Strobe connection does
not reply.
23
Result_BitStrobeIOResOK
The Bit-Strobe I/O connection of
the slave device replies OK.
24
Result_BitStrobeIOResERR
The Bit-Strobe I/O connection of
the slave device replies error.
25
Result_BitStrobeIOResTMO
The Bit-Strobe I/O connection of
the slave device does not reply.
26
Result_BitStrobeProducedResErr
Getting the Produced Size of the
Bit-Strobe connection replies
error.
27
Getting the Produced Size of the
Result_BitStrobeProducedResTMO Bit-Strobe connection does not
reply.
28
The input data length parameter
of the Bit-Strobe connection which
Result_BitStrobeProducedSizeError has been set by the users does
not match with the length of the
slave device.
20
T
T
21
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.15 Interpretation of the return code (Connection Result)3/5
Return
Code
Connection Result
T
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
30
Result_PollEPRResOK
Setting the Expected Packet Rate of
the Poll connection replies OK.
31
Result_PollEPRResERR
Setting the Expected Packet Rate of
the Poll connection replies error.
32
Result_PollEPRResTMO
Setting the Expected Packet Rate of
the Poll connection does not reply.
33
Result_PollIOResOK
The Poll I/O connection of the slave
device replies OK.
34
Result_PollIOResERR
The Poll I/O connection of the slave
device replies error.
35
Result_PollIOResTMO
The Poll I/O connection of the slave
device does not reply.
36
Result_PollProducedResErr
Getting the Produced Size of the Poll
connection replies error.
37
Result_PollProducedResTMO
Getting the Produced Size of the Poll
connection does not reply.
38
Result_PollProducedSizeError
The input data length parameter of the
Poll connection which has been set by
the users does not match with the
length of the slave device.
39
Result_PollConsumedResErr
Getting the Consumed Size of the Poll
connection replies error.
40
Result_PollConsumedResTMO
Getting the Consumed Size of the Poll
connection does not reply.
41
The output data length parameter of
the Poll connection which has been
Result_PollConsumedSizeError
set by the users does not match with
the length of the slave device.
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
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Table 4.2.16 Interpretation of the return code (Connection Result)4/5
Return
Code
Connection Result
T
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
Setting the Expected Packet Rate of
COS_Cyclic connection replies OK.
53
Result_COS_CyclicEPRResOK
54
Setting the Expected Packet Rate of
Result_COS_CyclicEPRResERR COS_Cyclic connection replies
error.
55
Setting the Expected Packet Rate of
Result_COS_CyclicEPRResTMO COS_Cyclic connection does not
reply.
56
Result_COS_CyclicIOResOK
The COS_Cyclic I/O connection
replies OK.
57
Result_COS_CyclicIOResERR
The COS_Cyclic I/O connection
replies error.
58
Result_COS_CyclicIOResTMO
The COS_Cyclic I/O connection
does not reply.
59
Result_COS_CyclicACKResOK
The COS_Cyclic ACK replies OK.
60
Result_COS_CyclicACKResERR The COS_Cyclic ACK replies error.
61
Result_COS_CyclicACKResTMO
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
The COS_Cyclic ACK does not
reply.
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Return
Code
Connection Result
T
T
Comment
T
T
T
T
Result_COS_CyclicProducedResErr
Getting the Produced Size of
the COS_Cyclic connection
replies error.
Result_COS_CyclicProducedResTMO
Getting the Produced Size of
the COS_Cyclic connection
does not reply.
Result_COS_CyclicProducedSizeError
The input data length
parameter of the COS_Cyclic
connection which has been
set by the users does not
match with the length of the
slave device.
65
Result_COS_CyclicConsumedResErr
Getting the Consumed Size of
the COS_Cyclic connection
replies error.
66
Getting the Consumed Size of
Result_COS_CyclicConsumedResTMO the COS_Cyclic connection
does not reply.
67
The output data length
parameter of the COS_Cyclic
connection which has been
Result_COS_CyclicConsumedSizeError
set by the users does not
match with the length of the
slave device.
70
Result_ModuleNoResponse
62
T
T
63
T
T
64
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
Slave Module doesn’t
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4.3 Flow Diagram for Auto-check UCMM Architecture
PISO-DNM100 supports Group 2 only Server and UCMM functions to
communication with slave devices. The users will not see any UCMM functions.
How to communicate with UCMM slave devices? Actually, the firmware inside
PISO-DNM100 will check the type of the slave devices automatically. The
users need not to know what the type of the remote device is. If the slave
device is UCMM capable, the PISO-DNM100 will communicate with it by the
UCMM mode automatically. Relatively, if the slave device is UCMM incapable,
the PISO-DNM100 will communicate with it by the Predefined Master-Slave
Connection Set automatically. The PISO-DNM100 will detect the capability of
the slave device and change to the corresponding mode automatically. The
figure 4.2 shows how the firmware inside PISO-DNM100 works.
Figure 4.2 Auto-check UCMM Architecture
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4.4 Function Description
4.4.1
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DNM100_GetBoardInf
Description:
This function is used to obtain the driver information of PISO-DNM100
board.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetBoardInf (BYTE BoardNo, DWORD *dwVID,
DWORD *dwDID, DWORD *dwSVID,
DWORD *dwSDID, DWORD *dwSAuxID,
DWORD *dwIrqNo)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
dwVID: [output] The address of a variable which is used to receive the
vendor ID.
dwDID: [output] The address of a variable used to receive device ID.
dwSVID: [output] The address of a variable applied to receive
sub-vendor ID.
dwSDID: [output] The address of a variable applied to receive
sub-device ID.
dwSAuxID: [output] The address of a variable used to receive
sub-auxiliary ID.
dwIrqNo: [output] The address of a variable used to receive logical
interrupt number.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
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4.4.2
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DNM100_TotalDNM100Board
Description:
The function can get the count of total PISO-DNM100 boards in the
user’s PC.
z
Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_TotalDNM100Board (BYTE *TotalBoards,
BYTE *BoardIDList);
z
Parameter:
TotalBoards: [output] The count of total board.
BoardIDList: [output] The list of all DIP-Switch No. in each board.
z
Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
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4.4.3
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DNM100_ActiveBoard
Description:
The function is used to activate PISO-DNM100-D/T. It must be called
once before using the other functions of PISO-DNM100-D/T APIs.
z
Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ActiveBoard (BYTE BoardNo)
z
Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
z
Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
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4.4.4
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DNM100_CloseBoard
Description:
The function is used to stop and close the kernel driver and release
the device resource from computer device resource. This method must
be called once before exiting the user’s application program.
z
Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_CloseBoard (BYTE BoardNo)
z
Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
z
Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
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4.4.5
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DNM100_GetDLLVersion
Description:
The function can obtain the version information of DNM100.dll driver.
z
Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetDLLVersion (void)
z
Parameter:
None
z
Return:
The DLL version information. For example: If 100(hex) is return, it
means driver version is 1.00.
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4.4.6
z
DNM100_GetFirmwareVersion
Description:
The function can obtain the version information of the firmware inside
PISO-DNM100.
z
Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetFirmwareVersion (BYTE BoardNo)
z
Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
z
Return:
The firmware version information. For example: If 100(hex) is return, it
means firmware version is 1.00.
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Error Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
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4.4.7
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DNM100_ResetFirmware
Description:
The function is used to reset the PISO-DNM100 firmware. When the
users have changed the baud rate of CAN bus or changed the Master’s
MAC ID, the function must be called to make the change enable. After
calling this function, the users should wait for 1 or 2 seconds to make the
firmware boot up completely.
z
Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ResetFirmware (BYTE BoardNo)
z
Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
DNM100_ModeError (10027): This board is in download mode, and can’t
be changed to firmware mode.
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4.4.8
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DNM100_CheckFirmwareMode
Description:
The function is used to obtain the specified PISO-DNM100-D/T if it is
in download mode or firmware mode.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_CheckFirmwareMode (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE
*Mode)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
Mode: [output] The address of a variable used to get the PISO-DNM100D/T mode. If this value is 0, it indicates that the PISO-DNM100D/T is in download mode. If 1, it is in firmware mode. When PISODNM100-D/T is in download mode, it can only update the
firmware and the firmware will not work at the same time.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_InitError (10007): The PISO-DNM100 replies erroneously.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
DNM100_ModeError (10027): This board is in download mode, and can’t
be changed to firmware mode.
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4.4.9
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DNM100_GetMasterMACID
Description:
The function can get the MAC ID of the DeviceNet master (PISODNM100).
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetMasterMACID (BYTE BoardNo)
z
Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
z
Return:
The Master's MAC ID. (0 ~ 63)
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Error Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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4.4.10
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DNM100_SetMasterMACID
Description:
The function can set the MAC ID of the DeviceNet master (PISODNM100). After calling this function, the users must call
DNM100_ResetFirmware to make the change enabled. It will save the
information in the EEPROM in PISO-DNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_SetMasterMACID
MasterMACID)
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(BYTE
BoardNo,
BYTE
Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
MasterMACID: [input] The DeviceNet master’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_GetBaudRate
Description:
This function can help you to get the baud rate information of PISODNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetBaudRate (BYTE BoardNo)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
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Return:
The baud rate information in the PISO-DNM100.
If the value is 0, the baud rate is 125Kbps.
If the value is 1, the baud rate is 250Kbps.
If the value is 2, the baud rate is 500Kbps.
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Error Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_SetBaudRate
Description:
This function can set the DeviceNet baud rate of the PISO-DNM100.
After calling this function, you must call DNM100_ResetFirmware to reset
the firmware to make change enabled.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_SetBaudRate (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE BaudRate)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
BaudRate: [input] The new baud rate value.
0 : 125K bps
1 : 250K bps
2 : 500K bps
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_GetMasterStatus
Description:
The function is used to obtain the firmware status inside PISODNM100. The users can call this function to make sure that the
DeviceNet master is online successfully.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetMasterStatus (BYTE BoardNo)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_StartDevice
Description:
This function is used to start to communicate with the specific device
that the users applying.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_StartDevice (BYTE BoardNo,BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_StopDevice
Description:
This function is used to stop to communicate with the destination
device that the users appointed.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_StopDevice (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_StartAllDevice
Description:
This function is used to start to communicate with all slave devices in
ScanList.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_StartAllDevice (BYTE BoardNo)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_StopAllDevice
Description:
This function is used to stop to communicate with all destination
devices in ScanList.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_StopAllDevice (BYTE BoardNo)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_AddDevice
Description:
This function can add the slave devices into the ScanList of the PISODNM100 and save the information into the EEPROM. Before
communicating with any slave devices, the users should call this function
to add these devices.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_AddDevice (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD Explicit_EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
Explicit_EPR: [input] The Expected Packet Rate. (Usually is 2500).
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_RemoveDevice
Description:
This function is used for removing the specified slave device from the
ScanList in the PISO-DNM100. And the information of the device in
EEPROM is erased at the same time.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_RemoveDevice (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_GetExplicitStatus
Description:
The function is used to check the Explicit Message Connection Status,
which connects to the specific slave. After you have started the device,
you can execute this function to check the connection’s status.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetExplicitStatus (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.10 ~ Table 4.2.12.
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DNM100_GetExplicitResult
Description:
This function is used to check the Explicit Connection result with the
specific slave device.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetExplicitResult (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.13 ~ Table 4.2.17.
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DNM100_GetAttribute
Description:
This function is used to send the request command to retrieve the
attribute value of the specific device’s instance. Before calling this
function, you must start the device. After calling this function, you should
execute the “DNM100_GetAttributeValue” to get the response message
returned from remote slave device.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetAttribute (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
BYTE ClassID, BYTE InstanceID,
BYTE AttributeID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
ClassID: [input] The remote slave device’s ClassID
InstanceID: [input] The remote slave device’s InstanceID
AttributeID: [input] The remote slave device’s AttributeID
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9.
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DNM100_GetAttributeValue
Description:
This function is used to get the attribute value of the specific device’s
instance, which returned from the remote slave device. Before calling this
function, the users should call DNM100_GetAttribute to send request
command first.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetAttributeValue (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *DataLen, BYTE *DATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DataLen: [output] The length of the attribute value (in byte).
DATA: [output] The attribute value that returned from the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9 and
Table 4.2.13 ~ Table 4.2.17.
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DNM100_SetAttribute
Description:
The method is used to set the attribute of the specific device’s
instance. Before calling this function, you must start the device. After
calling
this
function,
you
should
execute
the
“DNM100_SetAttributeResponse” to check the response message
returned from the remote slave device.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_SetAttribute (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
BYTE ClassID, BYTE InstanceID,
BYTE AttributeID, WORD DataLen,
BYTE *DATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
ClassID: [input] The remote slave device’s ClassID
InstanceID: [input] The remote slave device’s InstanceID
AttributeID: [input] The remote slave device’s AttributeID
DataLen: [input] The length of the attribute value (in byte).
DATA: [input] The attribute value that the users want to send.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_SetAttributeResponse
Description:
This function is used to get the response value after executing the
“DNM100_SetAttribute” function.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_SetAttributeResponse (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9 and
Table 4.2.13 ~ Table 4.2.17.
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DNM100_RemoveIOConnection
Description:
The function is used to remove the I/O Connection configuration.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_RemoveIOConnection (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID, BYTE Type)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
Type: [input] The I/O Connection type. (1 ~ 4).
1 : Poll connection.
2 : Bit-Strobe connection.
3 : COS connection.
4 : Cyclic connection.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_SetBreakOption
Description:
This function will change the re-connection mechanism when the slave
device is broken.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_SetBreakOption (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
BYTE Option)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
Option: [input] The option value when connection is broken.
0x00 : No re-connection mechanism.
0x01 : Re-Connect when I/O connection is broken. If the slave
device doesn't response or response error. The master
(PISO-DNM100) will re-connect it. If the device was shut
down then power on, the master will not re-connect it.
0x02 : Re-Connect when device was power on again.
0x03 : The combination of the 0x01 and 0x02. This is the default
value when the users add new devices into ScanList.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetBreakOption
Description:
This function will get the option value when slave device connection is
broken.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetBreakOption (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
The option value of the slave device.
0x00 : No re-connection mechanism.
0x01 : Re-Connect when I/O connection is broken. If the slave device
doesn't response or response error. The master (PISO-DNM100)
will re-connect it. If the device was shut down then power on, the
master will not re-connect it.
0x02 : Re-Connect when device was power on again.
0x03 : The combination of the 0x01 and 0x02. This is the default value
when the users add new device into ScanList.
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Error Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_ClearAllConfig
Description:
This function will clear all configurations in the EEPROM of the PISODNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ClearAllConfig (BYTE BoardNo)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetLastDeviceError
Description:
This function will get the last error device in the network
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetLastDeviceError (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE *Err_MACID,
BYTE *Err_Type,
BYTE *Err_Code)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
Err_MACID: [output] The error slave device's MAC ID. If there is no error
device, the value is FF (hex).
Err_Type: [output] The connection type of the error slave device. If there
is no error device, the value is FF (hex).
Err_Code: [output] The error code. If there is no error device, the value is
FF (hex). Please refer to Table 4.2.13 ~ Table 4.2.17
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetDeviceStatus
Description:
This function is to get the remote slave device’s communication all
error status.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetDeviceStatus (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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DNM100_DebugDevice
Description:
This function will try to connect to the remote device. Attention! This
function will terminate the communication with appoint device. This
function is usually used to check the wire connection during developing
applications.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_DebugDevice (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetDeviceInfo
Description:
This function will get the specific device's information in the ScanList.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetDeviceInfo (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *ListCount,
BYTE *ConnectionTypeList,
WORD *InputDataLenList,
WORD *OutputDataLenList,
WORD *EPRList)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
ListCount: [output] The data count of all the information.
ConnectionTypeList: [output] The connection type of the slave device.
InputDataLenList: [output] The input data length of the slave device.
OutputDataLenList: [output] The output data length of the slave device.
EPRList: [output] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetDevicePollInfo
Description:
This function will try to connect to the remote device by the Poll
connection. Attention! This function will terminate the communication with
the appoint device. This function is usually used to check the wire
connection and check the Poll configuration during developing
applications.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetDevicePollInfo (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *PollInputLen,
WORD *PollOutputLen)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
PollInputLen: [output] The input data length of the slave device.
PollOutputLen: [output] The output data length of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetDeviceBitStrobeInfo
Description:
This function will try to connect to the remote device by Bit-Strobe
connection. Attention! This function will terminate the communication with
the appoint device. This function is usually used to check the wire
connection and check the Bit-Strobe configuration during developing
applications.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetDeviceBitStrobeInfo (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *BitStrobeInputLen)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
BitStrobeInputLen: [output] The input data length of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetDeviceCOSInfo
Description:
This function will try to connect to the remote device by COS
connection. Attention! This function will terminate the communication with
the appoint device. This function is usually used to check the wire
connection and check the COS configuration during developing
applications.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetDeviceCOSInfo (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *COSInputLen,
WORD *COSOutputLen)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
COSInputLen: [output] The input data length of the slave device.
COSOutputLen: [output] The output data length of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetDeviceCyclicInfo
Description:
This function will try to connect to the remote device by Cyclic
connection. Attention! This function will terminate the communication with
the appoint device. This function is usually used to check the wire
connection and check the Cyclic configuration during developing
applications.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetDeviceCyclicInfo (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *CyclicInputLen,
WORD *CyclicOutputLen)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
CyclicInputLen: [output] The input data length of the slave device.
CyclicOutputLen: [output] The output data length of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_AutoScanDevice
Description:
This function is used to retrieve all devices in DeviceNet network.
Attention! This function will terminate all communications with remote
devices. This function is usually used for developing or debugging
applications.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_AutoScanDevice (BYTE BoardNo,
WORD *TotalDevices,
BYTE *DesMACID,
BYTE *Type,
WORD *DeviceInputLen,
WORD *DeviceOutputLen)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
TotalDevices: [output] The data count of all the information.
DestMACID: [output] The MAC ID of all the slave devices.
Type: [output] The connection type of all the slave devices.
DeviceInputLen: [output] The input data length of all the slave devices.
DeviceOutputLen: [output] The output data length of all the slave
devices.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetScanList
Description:
This function will get the ScanList data in the PISO-DNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetScanList (BYTE BoardNo, WORD *TotalDevices,
BYTE *DesMACIDList,
BYTE *ConnectionTypeList,
WORD *InputDataLenList,
WORD *OutputDataLenList,
WORD *EPR_List)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
TotalDevices: [output] The data count of all the information.
DestMACIDList: [output] The MAC ID of all the slave devices in the
ScanList.
ConnectionTypeList: [output] The connection type of all the slave
devices in the ScanList.
InputDataLenList: [output] The input data length of all the slave devices
in the ScanList.
OutputDataLenList: [output] The output data length of all the slave
devices in the ScanList.
EPR_List: [output] The EPR value of all the slave devices in the ScanList.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_ConfigPoll
Description:
This method is used to configure the Poll connection of the specific
MAC ID device. The PISO-DNM100 can get/set the data via the
connection, which connects to the specific slave, according to the
produced / consumed connection path of this slave device. This
configuration data will be saved into EEPROM on the PISO-DNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ConfigPoll (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
WORD DeviceInputLen,
WORD DeviceOutputLen,
WORD EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DeviceInputLen: [input] The input data length of the slave device.
DeviceOutputLen: [input] The output data length of the slave device.
EPR: [input] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_UpdatePollConfig
Description:
The function is to update the original Poll information. This
configuration data will be updated into the EEPROM of the PISODNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_UpdatePollConfig (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
WORD DeviceInputLen,
WORD DeviceOutputLen,
WORD EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DeviceInputLen: [input] The input data length of the slave device.
DeviceOutputLen: [input] The output data length of the slave device.
EPR: [input] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_ReadPollInputData
Description:
This function is to get the data according with the produced
connection path of the specific MAC ID device via the Poll connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ReadPollInputData (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *IOLen,
BYTE *IODATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
IOLen: [output] The length of the I/O data (In byte).
IODATA: [output] The remote I/O data.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_WritePollOutputData
Description:
The function will set the data according with the consumed
connection path of the specific MAC ID device via the Poll connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_WritePollOutputData (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD IOLen,
BYTE *IODATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
IOLen: [input] The length of the I/O data (In byte).
IODATA: [input] The remote I/O data which are defined by users.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetPollStatus
Description:
The function is used to get the Poll connection status value, which
connects to the specific MAC ID device.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetPollStatus (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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DNM100_GetPollResult
Description:
This function is used to check the error status of the remote slave
device via Poll I/O Connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetPollResult (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9 and Table 4.2.13 ~
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DNM100_CheckPollConnectionStatus
Description:
The function is to check whether the Poll connection has normal
status or not. The users can call this function to check the connection
status cyclically.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_CheckPollConnectionStatus (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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DNM100_ConfigBitStrobe
Description:
The function is to configure the Bit-Strobe connection of the specific
MAC ID device. The PISO-DNM100 will get the data of all slave devices
which support Bit-Strobe connection in every period of time via this
connection. The period of the time is 1 second. This configuration data
will be saved into EEPROM on the PISO-DNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ConfigBitStrobe (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
WORD DeviceInputLen, WORD EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DeviceInputLen: [input] The input data length of the slave device.
EPR: [input] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_UpdateBitStrobeConfig
Description:
The function is to update the original Bit-Strobe information. This
configuration data will be updated into the EEPROM of the PISODNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_UpdateBitStrobeConfig (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD DeviceInputLen,
WORD EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DeviceInputLen: [input] The input data length of the slave device.
EPR: [input] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_ReadBitStrobeInputData
Description:
The function is used to get the data according with the produced
connection path of the specific slave device via the Bit-strobe connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ReadBitStrobeInputData (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *IOLen,
BYTE *IODATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
IOLen: [output] The length of the I/O data (In byte).
IODATA: [output] The remote I/O data.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetBitStrobeStatus
Description:
Obtain the status value of the Bit-Strobe connection between the
PISO-DNM100 and the specific slave device.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetBitStrobeStatus (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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DNM100_GetBitStrobeResult
Description:
This function is used to check the error status of the remote slave
device via Bit-Strobe I/O Connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetBitStrobeResult (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9 and Table 4.2.13 ~
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DNM100_CheckBitStrobeConnectionStatus
Description:
The function is to check whether the Bit-Strobe connection has
normal status or not. The users can call this function to check the
connection status cyclically.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_CheckBitStrobeConnectionStatus (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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DNM100_ConfigCOS
Description:
This function is used to configure the Change_Of_State connection
of the specific device. After configuring the connection, the specific slave
device would send out the I/O data when the I/O status changed. This
configuration data will be saved into EEPROM on the PISO-DNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ConfigCOS (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
WORD DeviceInputLen,
WORD DeviceOutputLen,
WORD EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DeviceInputLen: [input] The input data length of the slave device.
DeviceOutputLen: [input] The output data length of the slave device.
EPR: [input] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_UpdateCOSConfig
Description:
The function is to update the original COS information. This
configuration data will be updated into the EEPROM of the PISODNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_UpdateCOSConfig (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD DeviceInputLen,
WORD DeviceOutputLen,
WORD EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DeviceInputLen: [input] The input data length of the slave device.
DeviceOutputLen: [input] The output data length of the slave device.
EPR: [input] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_ReadCOSInputData
Description:
This method is used to read the data of the specific slave device via
the COS connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ReadCOSInputData (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *IOLen,
BYTE *IODATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
IOLen: [output] The length of the I/O data (In byte).
IODATA: [output] The remote I/O data.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_WriteCOSOutputData
Description:
This function is used to set the data according with the consumed
connection path of the specific slave device via the COS connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_WriteCOSOutputData (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD IOLen,
BYTE *IODATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
IOLen: [input] The length of the I/O data (In byte).
IODATA: [input] The remote I/O data which are defined by users.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetCOSStatus
Description:
This function is used to get the status value of the COS connection
which is connected to the MAC ID slave device.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetCOSStatus (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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DNM100_GetCOSResult
Description:
This function is used to check the error status of the remote slave
device via COS I/O Connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetCOSResult (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9 andTable 4.2.13 ~
Table 4.2.17
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DNM100_CheckCOSConnectionStatus
Description:
The function is to check whether the COS connection has normal
status or not. The users can call this function to check the connection
status cyclically.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_CheckCOSConnectionStatus (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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DNM100_ConfigCyclic
Description:
This function is used to configure the Cyclic connection. This
connection will get the data in every period of time. The period of the time
is the value of the EPR (in millisecond) parameters. This configuration
data will be saved into EEPROM on the PISO-DNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ConfigCyclic (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID,
WORD DeviceInputLen,
WORD DeviceOutputLen,
WORD EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DeviceInputLen: [input] The input data length of the slave device.
DeviceOutputLen: [input] The output data length of the slave device.
EPR: [input] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_UpdateCyclicConfig
Description:
The function is to update the original Cyclic information. This
configuration data will be update into EEPROM of the PISO-DNM100.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_UpdateCyclicConfig (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD DeviceInputLen,
WORD DeviceOutputLen,
WORD EPR)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
DeviceInputLen: [input] The input data length of the slave device.
DeviceOutputLen: [input] The output data length of the slave device.
EPR: [input] The EPR value of the slave device.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_ReadCyclicInputData
Description:
This function is used to get the data according with the produced
connection path of the MAC ID slave device via the cyclic connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_ReadCyclicInputData (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD *IOLen,
BYTE *IODATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
IOLen: [output] The length of the I/O data (In byte).
IODATA: [output] The remote I/O data.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_WriteCyclicOutputData
Description:
This method is used to set the data according with the Cyclic's
consumed connection path of the output channel of the device.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_WriteCyclicOutputData (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID,
WORD IOLen,
BYTE *IODATA)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
IOLen: [input] The length of the I/O data (In byte).
IODATA: [input] The remote I/O data which are defined by users.
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9
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DNM100_GetCyclicStatus
Description:
This function is used to obtain the status value of the Cyclic
connection which is connected to the MAC ID slave device.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetCyclicStatus (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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DNM100_GetCyclicResult
Description:
This function is used to check the error status of the remote slave
device via Cyclic I/O Connection.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_GetCyclicResult (BYTE BoardNo, BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.9 and
Table 4.2.13 ~ Table 4.2.17
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DNM100_CheckCyclicConnectionStatus
Description:
The function is to check whether the COS connection has normal
status or not. The users can call this function to check the connection
status cyclically.
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Syntax:
DWORD DNM100_CheckCyclicConnectionStatus (BYTE BoardNo,
BYTE DesMACID)
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Parameter:
BoardNo: [input] PISO-DNM100 board number (0~15)
DestMACID: [input] The remote slave device’s MAC ID (0~63)
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Return:
DNM100_NoError (0): OK
DNM100_DriverError (10001): Kernel driver is not opened.
DNM100_ActiveBoardError (10002): This board can not be activated or
kernel driver can not be found.
DNM100_BoardNumberError (10003): BoardNo exceeds the current
scanned total board number.
DNM100_TimeOut (10023): The PISO-DNM100 has no response.
Others: Please refer to Table 4.2.2 ~ Table 4.2.12
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5. Demo Programs for Windows
All of demo programs will not work normally if PISO-DNM100 driver would
not be installed correctly. During the installation process of the driver, the
install-shields will register the correct kernel driver to the operation system and
copy the DLL driver and demo programs to the correct position based on the
driver software package you have selected (Win98,Me,NT,win2000,XP). After
completing the driver installation, the related demo programs, development
library and declaration header files for different development environments are
installed in the system as follows.
The PISO-DNM100’s root directory is C:\ICPDAS\PISO-DNM100
|--\DLL
The DLL driver for the user’s application
|--\Driver
The window driver of the PISO-DNM100
|--\Manual
The user manual of the PISO-DNM100
|--\Utility
The DeviceNet Master utility
|--\Demo
Demo program
|--\Demo\BCB 6
Demos for Borland C++ Builder 6
|--\Demo\VC++ 6
Demos for Visual C++ 6
5.1
A brief introduction to the demo programs
VC_Demo1 : Demonstrate the basic functions to communicate with the remote
slave device. The demo program will lead you step by step to
complete the setting and communication.
VC_Demo2 : Demonstrate the scan function to scan all the remote slave
devices in the same DeviceNet network. The demo program will
show you all the slave devices and their I/O connection type.
BCB_Demo1 : Demonstrate the scan function and add/remove function to
configure the information of the remote slave device.
BCB_Demo2 : Demonstrate the I/O functions to access the I/O data of the
remote slave device. The demo program will show you the input
value of the remote device and let you send out the data to the
output pins of the remote slave devices.
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5.2
Wire Connection of the CAN bus
Before starting the demos, the users should have at least one slave device.
Here show the users how to connect the master and slave devices by CAN bus.
The slave devices should be connected to form the serial type which is shown
as Figure 5.1
Figure 5.1 Correct wire connection
The following wire connection is wrong which is shown as Figure 5.2
Figure 5.2 Wrong wire connection
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5.3
VC_Demo1 Introduction
VC_Demo1 is the example used for starting the DeviceNet communication.
The screen shoot is shown as Figure 5.3. This demo program is designed to
communicate with slave device step by step. This program will read the input
value of the slave device when the POLL connection has been established.
Before exercising this demo, the users should have at least one DeviceNet
slave device which has input channels (AI or DI) and finish the wire connection
between the Master and slave device. (See Figure 5.1)
Figure 5.3 the screen shoot of VC_Demo1
After running the program, the uses will see the “TotalBoard” information
on the left and up corner of the screen. This function determinates how many
PISO-DNM100 in your PC automatically. If it doesn’t find any board, the users
should check that the windows driver has been installed successfully.
Otherwise, if it has found at lease one board, the users can continue exercising
the demo program.
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Step 1 : ActiveBoard
Before performing other buttons, the “ActiveBoard” button should be
clicked firstly. The DIP-Switch on the board means the ID of this board. The
users should make sure that every board’s ID in your PC is unique. The dropdown list will show the board’s ID which the users have selected. After clicking
the button, the return code will be 0. Otherwise, please check the windows
driver has been installed successfully.
Step 2 : Clear All Config
To avoid unknown configuration in the PISO-DNM100, the users can push
this button to clear all configuration in the board.
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Step 3 : Set Baud Rate
The default baud rate is 125Kbps. If the users want to change the value,
you can select the correct value then push the button. After changing the baud
rate, the uses should reset the firmware in PISO-DNM100 by pushing the
“ResetFirmware” button. Wait for 1 or 2 seconds then go to the next step.
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Step 4 : Set Master ID
The default Master’s MAC ID is 0. If the users want to change the value,
you can select the correct value then click the button. After changing the
Master’s ID, the uses should reset the firmware in PISO-DNM100 by clicking
the “ResetFirmware” button. Wait for 1 or 2 seconds then go to the next step.
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Step 5 : Debug Device
Before performing this function, the users should set the MAC ID of the
slave device and turn on it. In the demo, the user can select the MAC ID of the
slave device then click “Debug Device” button. This function will try to find the
remote slave device which the user has appointed. Wait for 5 seconds, if the
slave device exists in the network, the return value will be 0. Otherwise, the
device doesn’t exist or has no response. The users can go to next step until
the problem of the slave device has been solved.
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Step 6 : Add Device
Before performing this function, the users should use step 5 to find an
exist device. This function is to add the device’s information which have be
found at step 5 into EEPROM in the PISO-DNM100. If it is successful, the
return value will be 0.
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Step 7 : Get POLL Info
This function is to obtain the device’s POLL information. After the slave
device responses the data, it will show in the “In” and “Out”. “In” means the
input length of the slave device. “Out” means the output length of the slave
device. If the slave device responses successfully, the return value will be 0.
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Step 8 : Config POLL
If the step 7 is successful, the users can perform “Config POLL” button.
This function is to add the device’s POLL information into EEPROM in PISODNM100. If it is successful, the return value will be 0.
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Step 9 : Start Device
If the step 8 is successful, the users can perform “Start Device” button.
This function will communicate with the slave device which the users have
configured in the previous steps. If it is successful, the return value will be 0.
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Step 10 : Read POLL Input I/O Data
If the master is communicating with the slave device successfully, the
users can read the input I/O data from the slave device in this step. This
function will obtain the input I/O data and show them in byte (8-bits). If the
users have 8 digits input, the return value will show 1 byte. Similarly, if the
users have 16 digits input, the return value will show 2 bytes. And so on.
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5.4
VC_Demo2 Introduction
VC_Demo2 is the example used for scanning the DeviceNet slave devices
in the network. The screen shoot is shown as Figure 5.4. This demo program is
designed to operate the master step by step. This program will show the
information of all the slave devices in the network. Before exercising this demo,
the users should have at least one DeviceNet slave device and finish the wire
connection between the Master and slave device. (See Figure 5.1)
Figure 5.4 The screen shoot of VC_Demo2
After running the program, the uses will see the “TotalBoard” information
on the left and up corner of the screen. This function determinates how many
PISO-DNM100 in your PC automatically. If it doesn’t find any board, the users
should check that the windows driver has been installed successfully.
Otherwise, if it has found at lease one board, the users can continue exercising
the demo program.
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Step 1 : ActiveBoard
Before performing other buttons, the “ActiveBoard” button should be
clicked firstly. The DIP-Switch on the board means the ID of this board. The
users should make sure that every board’s ID in your PC is unique. The dropdown list will show the board’s ID which the users have selected. After clicking
the button, the return code will be 0. Otherwise, please check the windows
driver has been installed successfully.
Step 2 : Set Baud Rate
The default baud rate is 125Kbps. If the users want to change the value,
you can select the correct value then click the button. After changing the baud
rate, the uses should reset the firmware in PISO-DNM100 by clicking the
“ResetFirmware” button. Wait for 1 or 2 seconds then go to the next step.
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Step 3 : Auto Scan Network
Before performing this function, the users should set the MAC ID and the
baud rate of the slave device and turn on it. In the demo, the user can click
“Auto Scan Network” button to obtain all the I/O information of all slave devices
in the network. Wait for 30 seconds. If the remote slave devices exist or have
response, the users will see the entire slave device and their I/O information in
the list table.
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5.5
BCB_Demo1 Introduction
BCB_Demo1 is the example used for scanning the DeviceNet slave
devices in the network. The screen shoot is shown as Figure 5.5. This program
will show the information of all the slave devices. This demo is similar to
VC_Demo2. Before exercising this demo, the users should have at least one
DeviceNet slave device and finish the wire connection between the Master and
slave device. (See Figure 5.1) The users can configure the slave device by the
scanning information. This demo can be a tool to add or remove the
configuration of the slave device.
Figure 5.5 The screen shoot of BCB_Demo1
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After running the program, the users will see the “Total PISO-DNM100 : x”
information on the left and up corner of the screen. This function determinates
how many PISO-DNM100 in your PC automatically. If it doesn’t find any board,
the users should check that the windows driver has been installed successfully.
Otherwise, if it has found at lease one board, the users can continue exercising
the demo program.
Step 1 : Active Board
Before performing other button, the “Active Board” button should be
clicked firstly. The DIP-Switch on the board means the ID of this board. The
users should make sure that every board’s ID in your PC is unique. The dropdown list will show the board’s ID which the users have selected. After clicking
the button, the return code will be 0. Otherwise, please check the windows
driver has been installed successfully.
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Step 2 : Auto Scan
Before performing this function, the users should set the MAC ID and the
baud rate of the slave device and turn on it. In the demo, the user can click
“Auto Scan” button to obtain all the I/O information of all slave devices in the
network. Wait for 30 seconds. If the remote slave devices exist or have
response, the users will see the entire slave device and their I/O information in
the “Scan Table”.
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Step 3 : Add Device
This function is to add the device’s information into EEPROM in the PISODNM100. The users can check the item which you want to add. After checking
what you want, push “Add Device” button to add the information into the
EEPROM. If it is successful, the items which you selected will be shown in the
“Configure Table”.
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Step 4 : LoadScanList
This function is to obtain the device’s information from EEPROM in the
PISO-DNM100. The users can check the information in the EEPROM. After
performing the function, the information will be shown in the “Configure Table”.
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5.6
BCB_Demo2 Introduction
BCB_Demo2 is the extension of the BCB_Demo1. The screen shoot is
shown as Figure 5.6. This program can read the input data and write the output
data every one second. This demo is similar to BCB_Demo1. We just introduce
the extension part. Before exercising this demo, the users should have at least
one DeviceNet slave device and finish the wire connection between the Master
and slave device. (See Figure 5.1) The users can configure the slave device by
the scanning information. This demo can be a tool to add or remove the
configuration of the slave device. Additionally, the users can operate the I/O
data form the remote slave devices.
Figure 5.6 The screen shoot of BCB_Demo2
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If the users want to know how to configure the slave device information
into EEPROM in the PISO-DNM100, please refer to section 5.5.
If “Active Board” is OK, the users can click “LoadScanList” button. The
configuration information will be shown in “Configure Table”. At the same time,
the MAC IDs also are shown on the right side of the screen. The users can
check the “Enable/Disable” box to enable or disable the read and write the I/O
data. The “Output” scroll bar presents the output value which will be written to
the output channel of the slave device. If the scroll value is 0x23, every byte of
the slave device’s output is 0x23. The users can find out the change of the
output channel easily. The “Input” field presents the input value which has
been read from the input channel of the slave device.
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