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  • A way via serial to query errors or clear all display errors

    I am finding with the serial communication, using the USB adapter and a terminal program, that the display fails to respond consistently. Is there a way to 'clear' errors in the display so it responds more consistently.

    I see that the 'Genie Test eXecutor' seems to be able to 'recover' from then the display is non-responsive. I am assuming it's sending some 'Clear all' command.

    What is this serial command?

    In detail: I am getting very inconsistent responses to to Query Form "00 0A 00 0A" command, it does not work most times...I get 05 0A back, which is not a complete response, no matter hold long I want for the screen to send the response bytes.
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    What extactly is transcated to the display via serial, when this 'Reset on open' is set to TRUE?

    Regards
    Jack

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    Hi Jack,

    I am finding with the serial communication, using the USB adapter and a terminal program,
    Can I ask what is the "USB" adapter you are using? As well as the terminal program you used.

    In detail: I am getting very inconsistent responses to to Query Form "00 0A 00 0A" command, it does not work most times...I get 05 0A back, which is not a complete response, no matter hold long I want for the screen to send the response bytes.
    Can you post here the logs from the GTX Tool?

    What extactly is transcated to the display via serial, when this 'Reset on open' is set to TRUE?
    It is a hardware reset from the programmer.

    Best Regards,
    Kevin

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      Update: The inconsistency was on on my end. It transposed the 0A to A0...late night programming. Software: LabVIEW Embedded.

      However, I would still like to know the 'Reset on open' command...

      Regards
      Jack Hamilton

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      • John Kevin
        John Kevin commented
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        Hello Jack,

        As mentioned before, the 'Reset on open' is a hardware reset - which uses the Reset Pin on the programmer.

        Best Regards,
        Kevin
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