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: Byte 8 (or 40 or 72 ...): Dimmer value of output 7 of the concerning module
 
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== Data shutter modules (Page 11-18)==
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== Data shutter modules (Page 11-19)==
 
;Page 11-18 -> Contains the real live (not configuration) data of a shutter
 
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:* 2nd: Current shutter position (LSB)
 
:* 2nd: Current shutter position (LSB)
 
:* 3rd: Current shutter position (MSB)
 
:* 3rd: Current shutter position (MSB)
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:* 4th: Open
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:* 5th: Open
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:* 6th: Open
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:* 7th: Open
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:* 8th: Open
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: Page 19 Byte 0-7: Information regarding Shutter Group 0
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: Page 19 Byte 8-15: Information regarding Shutter Group 1
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: Page 19 Byte 16-23: Information regarding Shutter Group 2
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: ...
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: Page 19 Byte 248-255: Information regarding Shutter Group 31
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Every Shutter Group has 8 bytes:
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:* 1st byte: Shutter Group status
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:** BIT0: =1-> direction group UP, =0-> direction DOWN
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:** BIT1: =1-> shutter group is locked, =0-> shutter group is unlocked
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:* 2nd: Current shutter group position (LSB)
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:* 3rd: Current shutter group position (MSB)
 
:* 4th: Open
 
:* 4th: Open
 
:* 5th: Open
 
:* 5th: Open

Revision as of 12:51, 19 September 2019

Introduction

The AIO has an onboard FRAM connected via I2C to the DSPIC33E (The Master). FRAM is used to keep track of the real-time change, Eeprom is used to store the settings. This document describes the FRAM memory locations used.

General Configuration Bytes (Page 0)

Page 0 -> General data
Page Byte
0 64
This byte represents the hour (time) of the last system startup.
Page Byte
0 65
This byte represents the minute (time) of the last system startup.
Page Byte
0 66
This byte represents the second (time) of the last system startup.
Page Byte
0 67
This byte represents the day (date) of the last system startup.
Page Byte
0 68
This byte represents the month (date) of the last system startup.
Page Byte
0 69
This byte represents the year (date) of the last system startup.
Page Byte
0 70-72
These 3 bytes represents the number of hours this system is ON. Byte 70 is the MSB (Most Significant Byte), Byte 72 is the LSB (Least Significant Byte).

Data output modules (Page 1-10)

Page 1 – 10 -> Contains data of the output modules, 32 bytes per module, 8 modules per page, 10 pages (80 modules maximum, 640 outputs -> 0-639)
Page Byte
1 x
This page is entirely used for output module 0-7:
* Module 0: Byte0..31
* Module 1: Byte32..63
* ...
Page Byte
2 x
This page is entirely used for output module 8-15:
* Module 8: Byte0..31
* Module 9: Byte32..63
* ...
Page Byte
3 x
This page is entirely used for output module 16-23:
* Module 16: Byte0..31
* Module 17: Byte32..63
* ...

...

Page Byte
10 x
This page is entirely used for output module 72-79:
* Module 72: Byte0..31
* Module 73: Byte32..63
* ...

Following Module structure is used:

Page Byte
1-10 x
Byte 0 (or 32 or 64 ...): Output state of this output (8 outputs, 1 bit per output, 0=OFF, 1=ON)
Byte 1 (or 33 or 65 ...): Dimmer value of output 0 of the concerning module
Byte 2 (or 34 or 66 ...): Dimmer value of output 1 of the concerning module
Byte 3 (or 35 or 67 ...): Dimmer value of output 2 of the concerning module
Byte 4 (or 36 or 68 ...): Dimmer value of output 3 of the concerning module
Byte 5 (or 37 or 69 ...): Dimmer value of output 4 of the concerning module
Byte 6 (or 38 or 70 ...): Dimmer value of output 5 of the concerning module
Byte 7 (or 39 or 71 ...): Dimmer value of output 6 of the concerning module
Byte 8 (or 40 or 72 ...): Dimmer value of output 7 of the concerning module

Data shutter modules (Page 11-19)

Page 11-18 -> Contains the real live (not configuration) data of a shutter
Page Byte
11-18 0-255
Page 11 Byte 0-7: Information regarding Shutter 0
Page 11 Byte 8-15: Information regarding Shutter 1
Page 11 Byte 16-23: Information regarding Shutter 2
...
Page 18 Byte 248-255: Information regarding Shutter 255

Every Roller/Shutter has 8 bytes:

  • 1st byte: Shutter status
    • BIT0: =1-> direction UP, =0-> direction DOWN
    • BIT1: =1-> shutter is locked, =0-> shutter is unlocked
  • 2nd: Current shutter position (LSB)
  • 3rd: Current shutter position (MSB)
  • 4th: Open
  • 5th: Open
  • 6th: Open
  • 7th: Open
  • 8th: Open
Page Byte
19 0-255
Page 19 Byte 0-7: Information regarding Shutter Group 0
Page 19 Byte 8-15: Information regarding Shutter Group 1
Page 19 Byte 16-23: Information regarding Shutter Group 2
...
Page 19 Byte 248-255: Information regarding Shutter Group 31

Every Shutter Group has 8 bytes:

  • 1st byte: Shutter Group status
    • BIT0: =1-> direction group UP, =0-> direction DOWN
    • BIT1: =1-> shutter group is locked, =0-> shutter group is unlocked
  • 2nd: Current shutter group position (LSB)
  • 3rd: Current shutter group position (MSB)
  • 4th: Open
  • 5th: Open
  • 6th: Open
  • 7th: Open
  • 8th: Open

Timer data (Page 19-28)

Page 19-28 -> Contains the timer data of each timer output
Page Byte
19-28 0-255
Page 19 Byte 0-3: Information regarding Output 0
Page 19 Byte 4-7: Information regarding Output 1
Page 19 Byte 8-11: Information regarding Output 2
...
Page 28 Byte 252-255: Information regarding Output 639

Every Output has 4 bytes:

  • 1st: Timer Type:
    • 0-> No Timer
    • 1-> 100ms Time
    • 2-> 1s timer
    • 3-> 1m (minute) timer
  • 2nd: Timer value MSB (Most Significant Byte)
  • 3rd: Timer value LSB (Least Significant Byte)
  • 4th: Not in use yet