[etherlab-users] Dynamic configuration : RAM versus EEPROM
raziebe at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 22:49:17 CET 2013
hammm.. i missed that.
i can see that ec_fsm_pdo_read_action_next_pdo does this work. when does
ec_fsm_pdo_read_action_next_pdo is being called in the state machine ?
On Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 12:30 PM, Florian Pose <fp at igh-essen.com> wrote:
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> Am 02.01.2013 13:47, schrieb raz ben yehuda:
> > Currently, the TxPDOs and RxPDO structures are fetched from drive's
> > SII.
> ...and via CoE, if the slave supports that.
> > Question: Is there a way to build RxPDOs and TxPDOs according to
> > list of objects in CAN objects 0x1600 and 0x1a00 ?
> This is already implemented. The currently assigned PDOs are fetched
> from 0x1c1x and the entries from the respective PDO objects. But keep
> in mind that this only has informational character. For configuration,
> you should always supply the PDO mapping via ecrt_slave_config_pdos().
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