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 Post subject: BAP 28 / Botboard II Lynxmotion
PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 6:36 pm 
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Hello everyone,

I've been trying to comunicate trough db9 serial of an Boatboard II with this code:


;SerialQuery
#ifdef BASICATOMPRO28

serout S_OUT,i9600,["Rd"] ; 'Ready' to recieve data now
serin S_OUT,i9600,100000,NoData,[str DualShock(0)\7]

#else
hserout 1, ["Rd"]
hserin 1, NoData, 100000, [str DualShock\7]
#endif

CheckSum = DualShock(1) ^ DualShock(2) ^ DualShock(3) ^ |
DualShock(4) ^ DualShock(5) ^ DualShock(6)

serout S_OUT,i9600,[CheckSum]
if CheckSum <> DualShock(0) then
Sound 9,[50\2000]
NoData:
DualShock(1) = $FF
DualShock(2) = $FF
for Index = 3 to 6
DualShock(Index) = $80
next

if ErrorCount < MaxErrors then
ErrorCount = ErrorCount + 1

if (ErrorCount = MaxErrors) and HexOn then
DualShock(1).bit3 = 0 ; reached max errors so emulate start button pressed to
LastButton(0).bit3 = 1 ; allow code below to act like start was pressed to turn off...
endif
endif
else
ErrorCount = 0
endif


i've been using o normal serial program(TERM) in order to try to send a sequence in to a Byte array variable to make a robot move.
I'm getting the Rd prompt in the serial program but By now i'm recieving a response of the same thing i sent trought serial, and the robot does nothing.... I don't have a clew of how to solve this :s
does anyone have an idea of how to solve this?


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 Post subject: Re: BAP 28 / Botboard II Lynxmotion
PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2013 10:53 pm 
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RTS(or DTR) is used to reset the module. If the terminal program you use holds those pins in the wrong state the module will remain in reset.

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