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How to correctly decode the U? and u? commands.
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 Posted: Saturday Jun 4th, 2011 02:42 pm
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What is the correct way to decode the U? and u? command strings. From the documentation there is a 2-byte hex value returned which needs to be translated to decimal.

The following example explains:

U?0A060211
u?51010207

Is it 6.02 and 2.07 or 6.002 and 2.007?

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 Posted: Sunday Jun 5th, 2011 02:27 am
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U? means Get UCM firmware
U?0A060211
means UCM Type 10 (General UCM) version 6.002 ID is 1
these are hexadecimal numbers the versions can go from 0 to 255, so we call it 6.002 and not 6.02

u? is the info for a module ID

u?51010207
means SCS/RIO 1 Subtype 1 which is RIO, version 2.007



 Posted: Sunday Jun 5th, 2011 05:11 am
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Thanks, I thought as much but just needed confirmation.

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