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Initialization Sequence for Class 5 smart motors 2 years 9 months ago #2084

Hello,
What is the correct initialization sequence for a SmartMotor?

I have an application which opens a serial port and communicates with a motor providing it commands based on some other stuff going on in the application.

Everything seems to work _if_ I open SMI first and let it Detect the motor on the serial interface. After the motor is detected, I can close SMI and my application works until the motor is power cycled.

I would like for my application to be able to initialize and configure the motors. I've done some serial bus sniffing of the initialization process, but I haven't had success duplicating it in my code.

Thanks
Joel
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Re: Initialization Sequence for Class 5 smart motors 2 years 9 months ago #2085

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You'll need to download a short program to the motor using the SMI2 software to set turn ECHO on and set an address if you're using one.

Ex.
ADDR=1
ECHO
END
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Re: Initialization Sequence for Class 5 smart motors 2 years 9 months ago #2087

Ok
Thanks.
I augmented your script to autoset the baud too.
ADDR=1
ECHO
BAUD115200
END
Seems to work from a terminal now, but I'm not getting a response from RBe or RW(0).
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Re: Initialization Sequence for Class 5 smart motors 2 years 9 months ago #2088

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I'm not sure why that would happen. You may want to test it at a lower baud rate, to see if you get the same results.
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