Is it possible to have the 'remote connection acceptance' message turned on or off? I am connecting to a MD4 remotely using network. Every time, it will ask to accept the remote connection. Would like to see if that message can be turned on or off somewhere.
Is it possible or will it be possible to feed a complete array channel through an app-out / app-in function? We cannot manage to do so right now.
Using an array channel we could combine a lot of low priority data into a single app-out.
( We've tried using a parallel J1939 can line in the software but cannot combine it with a master and diagnostics line. )
- Theme choices: Example alternative lines show white text black background then black text with white background as a way of making long lists more readable.
- Font size and colour
I can understand that someone may want the ability to have different description for each state, but it is pain fully slow to re-create each states.
Our customer is impressed by the PDF capability, but wants some way to see that the PDF is loading.
- Have the button stay in a pressed state until the PDF loads up.
- Use a separate VDIN that commands the PDF to open up.
- Show a message indicating that it is loading.
We experienced a similar issue with output energisation that was corrected in 3.16 but this is slightly different.
System is 1 MD4 with XC10 as expansion, 1 MC3 and 1 MC3 with XC10 expansion. We have logic that switches a single DOUT on XC10 expansion connected to MD4. This logic is handled in MD4 application. With a delay on of 500ms or less the output on XC10 remains low on module (tested using multimeter) but IQAN design when connected says high.
If I increase delay on to 1000ms the output switches on and voltage present on XC10 module using multimeter.
Its almost as if the MD4 is sending a command to energise output before XC10 has booted?
I have rigged up single MD4 and XC10 on the bench but been unable to replicate, perhaps cycle time of the software could be the issue? Running IQAN Design 3.19.
New to forum. Looking forward to all the knowledge base available here.
To kick it off, I have encountered a situation where loading of an IQAN Design program from version 3.15 into an MD4 proves unsuccessful. IQAN Design will load firmware resources 21/21 and gets hung up on "Waiting on MD4". While on the MD4, there is a blue screen with the last line of text saying "CRC OK". I've let it sit there for 20 minutes with no change in status.
However, when loading a IQAN Design program from version 3.11 (have not tested 3.12 - 3.14) to the same MD4, no blue screen. Is this is a known bug and will it be addressed in 3.16? Is there a workaround in the meantime?
Thank you all in advance and once again, looking forward to forum.
Customer support service by UserEcho