Samstag, 28. März 2015
Logging the UVR 1611
Tags: UVR 1611, BL-Net, blnet, python, logging, Technische Alternative, Raspberry, Beaglebone, UVR 16x2
I wrote that i have many of them and checking outside if the programmed control loops work as expected is important for me. So i was digesting another piece of code i found on the net called dlogg (http://d-logg-linux.roemix.de/index.php?article_id=7) and put it into python for some fun.
That code talks to a BL-NET - basically a device bridging the CAN bus of the UVR and Ethernet.
Each UVR 1611 is able to provide two frames to log on the blnet. The blnet can log up to 8 frames. The code checks how many frames it can grab and then gets them in sequence. All is concatenated together and put into a protocol buffer.
And this is what i am going to do with it.
Give me a week to continue reporting on this. Back in mid April 2015.