User's Manual CPRI typo

6 years 4 months ago #29529404 by BG
User's Manual CPRI typo was created by BG
Looking through the User's Manual v1.3 the codes for the various commands seem to be in error when comparing the output from the Roborun+ program. The manual states:

^CPRI pp nn where

pp = 0,1, or 2
nn = 0:disabled
1:Serial
2: RC
3: Analog
where as the output from the roborun+ program turns out to be
pp = 1,2, or 3
nn = 0: serial
1: RC
2: Analog
3: disabled

I'm running roborun+ Rev 1.2 1/4/14, firmware ID Roboteq v1.3 RCB350 03/11/2014 and sending commands to an MBL1330

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6 years 4 months ago #29529405 by Griffin Baker
Replied by Griffin Baker on topic User's Manual CPRI typo
Have you verified this by setting a change in the configuration, saving the changes and going to the console tab to verify what command was issued?

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6 years 4 months ago #29529406 by BG
Replied by BG on topic User's Manual CPRI typo
Yes, I can set the commands individually through the console tab according to what they should be, then "load from controller" and see the changes are as expected. Alternately, I can set the priorities on the configuration tab and watch the console to see what commands are sent and they are not what is stated in the manual.

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6 years 4 months ago #29529407 by Griffin Baker
Replied by Griffin Baker on topic User's Manual CPRI typo
Thanks for the update. I will take a look myself when I have a bit more time. I'll see about having this updated into the errata log until it can be fixed into the manual later on.

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6 years 4 months ago #29529483 by Griffin Baker
Replied by Griffin Baker on topic User's Manual CPRI typo
To clarify about the typo's.

What you found is correct. Generally speaking with multiple options in one menu, the 1st position is commonly used as reference designator 0; so it's option you want -1.

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