Mode 80: Dither 32-bit (low current lamp driver/flasher/etc)¶
This page describes a mode of operation for a driver. See the Working with Drivers section of the FAST Serial Protocol documentation for details about how to use it.
[DL/DL]:<DRIVER_ID>,<**TRIGGER**>,<SWITCH_ID>,<80>,<32bit value MSByte>,<32bit value byte 2>,<32bit value byte 3>,<32bit value byte LSByte>,<Driver On TimeX10mS><CR>
- FAST Driver number, zero based.
0x00 = Disabled
0x01 = Enter Switch True, and Exit Switch True
0x11 = Enter Switch False, and Exit Switch True
0x21 = Enter Switch True, and Exit Switch False
0x31 = Enter Switch False, and Exit Switch False
0xC1 = Virtual Switch True
0x81 = Virtual Switch False
- FAST Switch number, zero based.
- 0x80 = Dither
- 32 bit Value byte 1 (MSB)
- 32 bit Value byte 2
- 32 bit Value byte 3
- 32 bit Value byte 4 (LSB)
- On-Time X 100 Milliseconds (HEX)
New Command used in Conjunction with DL/DL command. (Manual Event local/ Manual Event Network. This command modifies the TRIGGER field without affecting bits 4 and 5 (used for auto switch modes). When bit 7 is set of TRIGGER_TYPE field, Switch modes are ignored (indicates Manual mode is enabled)po
where CONTROL= :
0 = Auto (Remove Manual Mode, clears upper two bits of CONTROL value)
1 = Manual one shot (only sets bit 3 of CONTROL value, no other bits modified)
2 = Manual OFF (Sets bit 7 of CONTROL value, and clears bit 6)
3 = Manual ON (Sets bit 6 and 7 of CONTROL value)
This needs to be fixed in code
Actual bits used by the driver. some bits are dangerous to modify, thats why TL/TN commands will not allow these combinations to occur.
#define CONTROL_DRIVER_ENABLED (1 << 0) #define CONTROL_DRIVER_ONESHOT (1 << 3) #define CONTROL_DRIVER_SW1_INVERT (1 << 4) #define CONTROL_DRIVER_SW2_INVERT (1 << 5) #define CONTROL_DRIVER_MAN_ON (1 << 6) #define CONTROL_DRIVER_MAN_OVERRIDE (1 << 7)
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