Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of WAM/FirmwareUpdate/DetailedSafetyBoardInstructions


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  • WAM/FirmwareUpdate/DetailedSafetyBoardInstructions

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    12= Safety Puck Firmware Update Process =
    23
     
    1213|| '''WAM-MA''' || [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Firmware/puck2.out.r102.noenet.mag puck2.out.r102.noenet.mag] ||
    1314|| '''WAM-MB''' || [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Firmware/puck2.out.r102.enet.mag puck2.out.r102.enet.mag] ||
    14 || '''WAM-M[D|E]''' || [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Firmware/puck2.out.r119.enet.mag puck2.out.r119.enet.mag] ||
     15|| '''WAM-MD''' || [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Firmware/puck2.out.r119.enet.mag puck2.out.r119.enet.mag] ||
     16|| '''WAM-ME''' || [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Firmware/puck2.out.r197.enet.mag puck2.out.r197.enet.mag] ||
    1517|| '''WAM-H''' || [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Firmware/puck2.out.r102.enet.mag puck2.out.r102.enet.mag] ||
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    2325If your system matches type '''WAM-xB''', connect the [http://web.barrett.com/supportFiles/wikiFiles/wam-PuckSerialCable.jpg serial cable] to the connector near the safety puck and [http://web.barrett.com/supportFiles/wikiFiles/SafetyTypeB-download.jpg flip the nearby switch] to the "ON" position (away from the puck).
    2426
    25 If your system matches type '''WAM-xD''', or '''WAM-xE''' wait for further instructions.
     27If your system matches type '''WAM-xD''', wait for further instructions.
     28
     29If your system matches type '''WAM-xE''', connect the [http://web.barrett.com/supportFiles/wikiFiles/wam-PuckSerialCable.jpg serial cable] to the connector near the safety puck and [http://wiki.barrett.com/support/attachment/wiki/SafetyFirmwareUpdate/RevAE-download.jpg flip the nearby switch] to the "ON" position (toward the puck).
    2630
    2731== Step 2: Set Up the Computer ==
     
    3539== Step 3: Flash the Firmware ==
    3640
    37 Under MS Windows, quit any programs that may be using the COM1 serial port. Simultaneously drag [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Firmware/puck2mon.out.r6 puck2mon.out.r6] and your correct firmware file (from above) onto F28xxConsole.exe
     41Under MS Windows, quit any programs that may be using the COM1 serial port. Simultaneously drag [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Firmware/puck2mon.out.r9.c32 puck2mon.out.r9.c32] and your correct firmware file (from above) onto F28xxConsole.exe
    3842
    3943Wait for the download to complete (about 4 minutes)
     
    4751If your system matches type '''WAM-xB''', [http://web.barrett.com/supportFiles/wikiFiles/SafetyTypeB-serial.jpg Flip the nearby switch] to the "OFF" position (towards the puck).
    4852
    49 If your system matches type '''WAM-xD''', or '''WAM-xE''' wait for further instructions.
     53If your system matches type '''WAM-xD''', wait for further instructions.
     54
     55If your system matches type '''WAM-xE''', [http://wiki.barrett.com/support/attachment/wiki/SafetyFirmwareUpdate/RevAE-download.jpg flip the nearby switch] to the "OFF" position (away from the puck).
    5056
    5157== Set Safety Firmware Defaults ==
     
    5561Turn on main power to the WAM. You should get a prompt (=>). Type the following commands in sequence, each followed by <Enter>. A mis-typed command will NOT result in an error message, so type carefully! Note that this assumes you are using the stock 48 VDC power supply. Following these instructions with a different supply could damage your WAM, please contact us for custom instructions in this case.
    5662
    57 {{{
    58 
    59 0. SET X1 2000
    60 
     631. SET X1 2000
     641. SET VNOM 48
    61651. SET SAFE 4 (this is necessary, do not skip this step!)
    62 
    63 2. SET SAFE 5
    64 
    65 3. FIND VBUS
    66 
    67 4. SET SAFE 0
    68 
    69 5. SET VOLTL1 22
    70 
    71 6. SET VOLTL2 19
    72 
    73 7. SET VOLTH1 54
    74 
    75 8. SET VOLTH2 57
    76 
    77 9. SET GRPA 1
    78 
    79 10. SET GRPB 2
    80 
    81 11. SET GRPC 3
    82 
    83 12. SAVE
    84 
    85 13. RESET
    86 
    87 14. GET VOLTL1 (should be 22, else SET and SAVE it again)
    88 
    89 15. GET VOLTL2 (should be 19, else SET and SAVE it again)
    90 
    91 16. GET VOLTH1 (should be 54, else SET and SAVE it again)
    92 
    93 17. GET VOLTH2 (should be 57, else SET and SAVE it again)
    94 
    95 18. GET GRPA (should be 1, else SET and SAVE it again)
    96 
    97 19. GET GRPB (should be 2, else SET and SAVE it again)
    98 
    99 20. GET GRPC (should be 3, else SET and SAVE it again)
    100 
    101 21. Turn off main power to WAM
    102 
    103 }}}
     661. SET SAFE 5
     671. FIND VBUS
     681. SET SAFE 0
     691. SET VOLTL1 22
     701. SET VOLTL2 19
     711. SET VOLTH1 54
     721. SET VOLTH2 57
     731. SET GRPA 1
     741. SET GRPB 2
     751. SET GRPC 3
     761. SAVE
     771. RESET
     781. GET VNOM (should be 48, else SET and SAVE it again)
     791. GET VOLTL1 (should be 22, else SET and SAVE it again)
     801. GET VOLTL2 (should be 19, else SET and SAVE it again)
     811. GET VOLTH1 (should be 54, else SET and SAVE it again)
     821. GET VOLTH2 (should be 57, else SET and SAVE it again)
     831. GET GRPA (should be 1, else SET and SAVE it again)
     841. GET GRPB (should be 2, else SET and SAVE it again)
     851. GET GRPC (should be 3, else SET and SAVE it again)
     861. Turn off main power to WAM