Daughterboard inputs not recognized in HALMETER

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11 Oct 2017 23:38 - 11 Oct 2017 23:39 #100246 by Dubmfg
Dubmfg replied the topic: Daughterboard inputs not recognized in HALMETER
I've measured +24v to the pin when the limit switch is triggered. Pin 1 on SB6 is also directly wired from +24V on the power supply plug to it, as an always on signal for this testing.
Last Edit: 11 Oct 2017 23:39 by Dubmfg.
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12 Oct 2017 03:40 - 12 Oct 2017 03:42 #100254 by smgvbest
smgvbest replied the topic: Daughterboard inputs not recognized in HALMETER
ok that's good, can you from a command prompt do a
dmesg | grep 6i25 and attach the output
also with pathpilot running in the MDI do a ADMIN HALCMD SHOW
then also attach your /home/operator/gcode/logfiles/pathpilotlog.txt

also, how are you running halmeter? are you starting it from within pathpilot with a ADMIN HALMETER?
please?
Last Edit: 12 Oct 2017 03:42 by smgvbest.
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18 Oct 2017 00:57 #100495 by Dubmfg
Dubmfg replied the topic: Daughterboard inputs not recognized in HALMETER
Im using ADMIN HALMETER from within Pathpilot itself. Also, ADMIN HALCMD SHOW does not ellicit a response in Pathpilot.

I couldnt get a response in Terminal with dmesg | grep 6i25. Am I doing that wrong?

I've attached my logfiles


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18 Oct 2017 02:57 #100497 by PCW
PCW replied the topic: Daughterboard inputs not recognized in HALMETER
Try dmesg | grep 5i25
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18 Oct 2017 03:01 #100498 by Dubmfg
Dubmfg replied the topic: Daughterboard inputs not recognized in HALMETER
Derp, it reports as a 5i25. Shoulda remembered

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18 Oct 2017 12:01 - 18 Oct 2017 12:02 #100504 by smgvbest
smgvbest replied the topic: Daughterboard inputs not recognized in HALMETER
I see in your log you originally used the incorrect bit file and the last entry was the correct 5i25-7i76x2.bit
have you noticed any difference since that change?
the tormach bit file does not support the 7i76 so it would be suspected as a problem.

I'm at work and that was a quick look.
I wouild love to see linuxcnc and/or tomach to timestamp log file (pet peeve of mine)
Last Edit: 18 Oct 2017 12:02 by smgvbest.
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