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How to create I/O mapping for new devices

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dhoehl
2015-11-25
2015-11-30
  • dhoehl

    dhoehl - 2015-11-25

    Hi everyone,

    i am struggeling to understand how to create an i/o mappig i can use within codesys.

    I adjusted a predefined device description file and programmed the lib, my device (MCP4812 D/A converter with SPI interface) is now running.
    I can access the variables using my MCP4812 instance and the corresponding variables...but i'd like to map the codesys variables via the i/o section of the spi device. How do i do that?

    i looked at excisting SPI devices which support this and they all use the whole IoDrv/Base libraries...and couldn't find documentation for that and have no idea how it works ... or is there a program which does everything for me (like the device description builder i read in the xml file? what is it?)

    Hope you can help as i am new to codesys

     
  • eschwellinger

    eschwellinger - 2015-11-30

    Hi,
    even for this a good startpoint is:

    if you want provide an SPI Driver for your device you need to add your library and your devicedescription for your device.
    Maybe PiFace_Io_driver is the startpoint you need.
    The device description which you find here:
    "c:\Users\<yourwindowsusername>\CODESYS Control for Raspberry PI\2.2.0.2\Devices\PiFaceIOdrv.devdesc.xml"
    the library here:
    "c:\Users\<yourwindowsusername>\CODESYS Control for Raspberry PI\2.2.0.2\Libraries\IoDrvPiFace.library"
    check the FAQ's in the forrum for best practice on generating libraries (two instances CODESYS one with the library the other with the project... etc)</yourwindowsusername></yourwindowsusername>

    BR
    Edwin

     

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