Re: [foxboro] FDSI driver AB CSP or FDSI Driver Ethernet/IP

Yes brad,
PACKIN solution is what you said.

for I and O registers  I used 2 IIN blocks, conected to a MCIN, then I mapped 
the bits using a pair of MCOUT blocks and finally rejoined them in the final 
MCIN.

So... 6 blocks to read 2 16 bit registers... thank god there are taglists... 
even if they are not that friendly user as they should




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De: "Wilson, Brad" <brad.wilson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Para: "foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Enviado: vie, octubre 1, 2010 2:36:10 AM
Asunto: Re: [foxboro] FDSI driver AB CSP or FDSI Driver Ethernet/IP

No, I'm sorry to say that .WM is not supported in CSP or DH+. Not having a 
system I can test it on, my "thought experiment" would lead me to try 2 PAKIN 
blocks, each reading consecutive 16-bit words with the /U2 option and PKIOPT=3 
to reverse the bits. Then connect those 2 PAKCIN's to II01 and II02 of a MCIN. 
The PAKCIN of the MCIN should be what your looking for. (My head hurts from 
trying to mentally work thru that.)

If you're trying to read I or O registers, try the same thing with IIN instead 
of PAKIN and connect the LIN's. (That may not work though, because I don't 
think 
/U2 works on I & O values.)

If none of that works, then brute force may be your only option ... reading 
32-bits with a PAKIN and mapping each bit in reverse order (1-16 into 16-1 and 
17-32 into 32-17) into a PAKOUT that is either configured to write to a "safe" 
register or is configured to a "dummy" ECB that is off-line. I think the values 
will still propogate, even though the block will show bad IO.

Good luck.

Brad Wilson
Invensys Operations Management
NA Northeast Service
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From: foxboro-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [foxboro-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of 
Kevin Fitzgerrell [fitzgerrell@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2010 8:12 PM
To: foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [foxboro] FDSI driver AB CSP or FDSI Driver Ethernet/IP

Brad,
That is what we need in all the AB FDSI drivers.  I saw that in the
EthernetIP manual you've referenced.  I don't see it documented for the CSP
or DH+ driver - can you confirm this is available in those?

Regards,

Kevin

On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 12:58 AM, Wilson, Brad <brad.wilson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> Using the :WM option on the PKINGP parameter doesn't work? That seems to be
> what it is designed for ... bit-mirroring each 16-bit word (Fig 3-8 of
> B0700BU_B).
>
> "what i need is something that flips the first 16 bits, and then flips the
> second 16 bits"
>
> Brad Wilson
> Invensys Operations Management
> NA Northeast Service
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