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Option 1: Less hardware development@BL4S200 (or BL4S210 depending on the type of Ethernet and memory they require)20-101-1220 BL4S200101-1270 BL4S200 tool kithttp://www.digi.com/products/wirele... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/migration-from-op7100-to-newer-rabbit-solution Jul 06, 2017
Dynamic C only supports SNMP V1. @We have no support for SNMP V2 or V3. @ Details on the Dynamic C SNMP driver are in volume 2 of the TCPIP User Manual at this link@http://www.digi.com/support/prod... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/do-any-rabbit-boards-support-snmp-v2-or-v3 Jul 06, 2017
You will need to@run the latest version of Dynamic C 10.72 in order to use 2GB SD cards in Rabbit products.@ Older versions than DC10.64@are only capable of 1GB capacity SD cards.@We have no plans ... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/2gb-limit-on-rabbit-sd-cards Jul 06, 2017
Digi has not made a newer Rabbit board that is designed specifically for low power consumption but it is possible to shut down various parts of the board with software functions in Dynamic C. @Ther... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/are-there-newer-low-power-rabbit-boards-than-the-l Jul 06, 2017
Essentially, what you are asking is if you can clone a board. @For cloning to work you need a cloning board available from Digi at this link@http://store.digi.com/index.cfm?currentpage=2@fuseaction... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/how-can-i-copy-the-program-from-one-rabbit-module Jul 06, 2017
There is an alternative in Dynamic C 10.72. @Basically, look at coprocess.lib. @There are 3 functions: cop_create(), cop_yield(), cop_resume(). @The initial process (main)@will create necessary cop... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/what-can-i-use-instead-of-ucos-ii-in-my-rabbit-pro Jul 06, 2017
Note: This information is general to the Rabbit 4000 and certain pins may not be available on your product.The first thing I want to do is to point you to our Rabbit 4000 Processor Easy Reference P... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/setting-up-digital-io-in-dynamic-c-for-rabbit-4000 Jul 06, 2017
Both ADDP and link-local are available starting with Dynamic C 10.60. See samples\tcpip\addp.c for an example using both. ADDP: Windows computers use an ADDP (Advanced Device Discovery Protocol, a ... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/what-is-addp-what-is-link-local-are-these-availabl Jul 06, 2017
The following is from an Ask Larry article:@ Let me first say to please keep in mind that the Rabbit processors do not have any internal program memory. Because of this, anyone who has physical ac... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/how-can-i-protect-my-code-once-i-transfer-it-to-th Jul 06, 2017
First, as to how your ID block probably got corrupted.@ Runaway code can certainly cause flash corruption, such as an erased ID block, and is usually very difficult to debug. Some things to check f... https://www.digi.com/support/knowledge-base/how-did-my-rabbit-rcm6600w-id-block-get-corrupted Jul 06, 2017
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