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[1] DIGITAL CPU I/O DEVICE PORT DEBUG    MAIN MENU

Return

Return to the Main Menu Dialog - All data in the Digital I/O Dialog is saved internally.

Open / Edit Database

Call the Parallel I/O database dialog in order to select a desired setup that is stored in the database.  This allows the user to easily setup and change setups from a central location.

Add Setup to Database

This will add the current setup to the Database and automatically call the Database function to complete the transaction.  If the user does not save the current database with the new setup added the data will be lost when the program is terminated.

Save Digital I/O Setup

This function is used to initially setup the Parallel Digital I/O in sections and save the setup as it is being developed.  Once the setup is tested and saved the user has the option of adding it to the database.

[2] PROGRAMMER & DEVICE SELECTED

This section allows the user to see the device selected from the database and the programmer selected for the device.   For the Parallel I/O only original IBPD USB controllers are allowed.  The user may attach several IBPD USB controllers and select the controller to use for the digital I/O.  Each controller must be accompanied by either a PTB-50 or a user created interconnection mechanism.

[3] CPU I/O SETUP FILENAME LOADED

This is the file selected to load a setup.

[4] CPU I/O BUS  READ / WRITE CONTROL LINES CONFIGURATION

This section allows the user to set the initial state of the Read/Write Lines prior to sending data.  I/O devices vary in the read/write line initial states and the rising or falling edge the data is transferred on.   This allows the user to setup the CPU I/O control to accommodate many different types of configurations.

[5] CPU I/O SEND DATA FILENAME

Browse Datafiles

Browse the system to select a data file to send to a device.  The CPU I/O allows the user to send a data file in byte format to a selected device select line.

Send Data File

Send the selected datafile to the device select line active.  If the filename field is blank the browse window will be activated to select a file to send.  Once selected the file is sent immediately.

[6] [7] [8] DEVICE SELECT #[1][2][3] CONTROL

These are the device select lines that allow the user to select what port the data will be transferred.  Only one device select line may be activated at a time.   In the CLA Command Mode the user may sequentially command each device select line to transfer data sequentially or separately.

[9] CPU I/O RECEIVE DATA FILENAME

Browse Datafiles

Browse the system to select a data file to Receive the data from the device.  The CPU I/O allows the user to receive a data file in byte format from a selected device select line.  The number of bytes to receive is in the Byte to Read Field.

Receive Data File

Start the receive data sequence from the device select line active.  If the filename field is blank the browse window will be activated to select a filename to receive the data to.  Once selected the Receive Data To File is activated immediately.

[10] STATUS OF LAST COMMAND

This is the status of the last function executed.

[11] RESIDENT HELP FILE

If the internal help page has been installed then this will activate a pdf file for this dialog.

 

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