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IOR5E / Voltage Supply for 10R5E
« on: April 11, 2006, 08:30:40 PM »
Hi,

Is there any special voltage requirement for the IOR5E, preferable I would like to run it at 16V but I think I rember reading somewhere that you needed to use a specific voltage so as to provide the correct voltage accross the relay coils. I have the old version of the 10R5E.


Thanks

Daniel.

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General / The 600th Post
« on: January 11, 2006, 04:19:44 AM »
The 600th Post in the 198th Topic :mrgreen:

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Ticks Per second - sbc45
« on: January 09, 2006, 06:53:23 AM »
Hi,

I have noticed that the when calculating time difference the ticks per second directive does not seem to contain the actual number of ticks per second. In my case it is actual 44 times less than the number of ticks per second. The old stack did not seem to have the same issue. Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks
Daniel.

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Connection Refused..
« on: July 03, 2005, 04:41:25 PM »
Hi,

I have a problem with all of my boards (I have about 30 I think). If I send more that 2-3 requests at a time the boards are likely to produce a connection refused state. This is more likely on the boards with weaker Ethernet links. The boards are 45ECR1 or R2 and are connected through a WiFi network. The problem is that when this network gets congested the some of the boards seem to struggle to reply, and after a connection refused event the boards wont connect till after what seems like a timeout period.


Has anyone seen this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Daniel.

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Ftp server upgrade ideas????
« on: January 24, 2005, 11:29:38 PM »
Hi,

If any one has any ideas as to what they would like to see in the new FTP module, please suggest them now so I can add them into the code.

Thanks

Daniel.

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Bug fix in http.c Incorect phasing of hex codes.
« on: November 24, 2004, 04:07:08 PM »
Hi,

I alerted David about this one sometime ago so the fix may already be in the http.c code. But for anyone experiencing the same sort of problem may be interested.

The problem occurs because the existing code does not take into consideration the fact that 7 ASCII characters exist between 9 and A. Thus any hex number that contains a digit of A-F will be read as an incorrect value.

To fix this add these two lines of code to http.c twice.

if (c > 57)
    c -= 7;

Below is the code exert to show where it goes.

  case SM_HTTP_GET_DLE:
                if ( c == HTTP_VAR_ESC_CHAR )
                {
                    lbTransmit = TRUE;
                    ph->smHTTPGet = SM_HTTP_GET_READ;
                }
                else
                {
if (c > 57)
                     c -= 7;
                    ph->Variable = (c - '0') << 4;
                    ph->smHTTPGet = SM_HTTP_GET_HANDLE;
                }
                break;

            case SM_HTTP_GET_HANDLE:
   if (c > 57)
   c -= 7;
                ph->Variable |= (c - '0');

                ph->smHTTPGet = SM_HTTP_GET_VAR;
                ph->VarRef = HTTP_START_OF_VAR;

                break;


I hope this helps some one.

... Daniel.

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Code Improvement to ftp.c
« on: November 24, 2004, 03:58:02 PM »
Hi,

This is probably not worth mentioning but to get rid of that annoying message when compiling ftp.c in debug mode (eg When FTP data is outputted on the USART) change this:

#if defined(FTP_SERVER_DEBUG_MODE)
static USARTPut(BYTE c)
{
    while( !TXSTA_TRMT);
    TXREG = c;
}

to this:

#if defined(FTP_SERVER_DEBUG_MODE)
static void USARTPut(BYTE c)
{
    while( !TXSTA_TRMT);
    TXREG = c;
}

Adding the void will suppress the warning.

Daniel.

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