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TOPIC: I want to communicate with a smartmotor trough the terminal.

I want to communicate with a smartmotor trough the terminal. 7 years 1 month ago #315

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Hi.

I am trying to program some moves in labview. I choosed to write the natural code and send it for serial port. However, the first steep is to scan the serial ports to get find the smartmotor. But i do not know how to do that with text, in the SMS software it is possible, but using direct options in the menu.

I need the comands to do that writting in the console.

Thanks for your time.
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Re: I want to communicate with a smartmotor trough the terminal. 7 years 1 month ago #316

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Please see the forum thread ....Smart motor addressing /Retrieve serial number. This shows an example of finding and addressing the motors.
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Re: I want to communicate with a smartmotor trough the terminal. 7 years 1 month ago #341

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Thanks in the link there are precious information, but check this. I exactly want to activate a motor by the comand terminal only, because then i'll do the same thing, but with labview, by the serial port.

May be i do not understan all alright, but please be peacient with me. I am learning this by myself, even i am not mechatronic, but i got to do it.

Thanks for your time.
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Re: I want to communicate with a smartmotor trough the terminal. 7 years 2 days ago #363

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Type the following commands in the Terminal window.

0ECHO_OFF
0SADDR1
1ECHO
1SLEEP
0SADDR2
2ECHO
2SLEEP
0SADDR3
3ECHO
0WAKE
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