anyone seen this?
I have a weird situation on an MD4 whereby a VDIN button programmed as a momentary button is latching on?
The visibility and enable for the button are both controlled from an IDC channel in turn enabled when a VIN input measuring a position with a tight +/- tolerance added is in tolerance. If the input goes outside the tolerance the VDIN should go invisible and be disabled. There is the possibility the user positions the associated drive to a position just inside the tolerance band and then with a little noise/flicker on the input signal it is possible for the VDIN to effectively be switched on and off rapidly- if it gets into this situation, it seems to latch on- the button itself seems to be off (no yellow background as seen when pushed normally) but in iqan design it is definitely on. Pressing the button makes no difference either way- it remains 'on' The only way to reset it is via a hard reset (power recycle). This is obviously unacceptable and potentially not good.
i have no idea if this is firmware related or what but am interested if others have seen similar and what can be the cause
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