Notes on LCC

* gridconnect protocol, for our purposes sends the following for every packet over a serial-looking port (or tcp socket):
:X195B4631N0501010114F30001;
where colon and semicolon signal the packet beginning/end, X means extended frame identifier, 195B4631 is the identifier, N means normal data frame, and the data after that until the semicolon is the payload, up to 8 bytes. Btw This is an event report packet coming form node alias 0x631, the event id is in the payload.
IO-Board:
:X17050125N;
:X16101125N;
:X15011125N;
:X14804125N;
:X10700125N;
:X10701125N050101011804;
:X19100125N050101011804;
:X170503AEN;
:X161013AEN;
:X150113AEN;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X148043AEN;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19100125N050101011804;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19545125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X19544125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X194C5125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
:X107003AEN;
:X195B4125NFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF;
2016.08.09:
Every LCC node has worldwide unique “default” event IDs. You can “read” it and also “overwrite” it. So a bad board’s event IDs can be written into its replacement’s event IDs.
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~ by nambabwe on 2016/08/10.

 
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