Coordinate visualization on an external display

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Coordinate visualization on an external display

Postby KrisKelvin » 05 Oct 2016, 14:10

======= Announcement =======

Coordinate visualization program on an external display for all controllers

I imagine the total consideration and discussion.



https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwFt0vrmzLnVUkUyc3dRc0NkNWc


Program
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The program is a communication driver program Planet CNC and external display.
Display connection is carried out via a standard COM port or RS-485 (ModBus RTU).
Data transmission in one direction.


Type of the connected controller is not important. (I tested on the MK1)

Displaying data
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X, Y, Z, A-coordinates,
spindle movement speed
JOG set speed
OVRD set speed


Functions
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search for available COM ports
setting numbers COM port
setting the COM port speed
changing the time between the transmission of packets
selection of interface COM port and RS-485 (ModBus RTU)
packet format configuration
saving set parameters in a text file "settings.ini"
start packet sending at the start of the program or manually
run the program in the system tray or in the expanded form


External display
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I have written for the moment this module
ATMega16 and graphic display 64x128.
Even easier to do on display lowercase type 16h2,4 x 20 or similar
Since the protocol exchange between the program and display the fully open
and configurable, will not be difficult to write a simple program for all
microcontroller and display type in its sole discretion and requirements.

Today, the RS-485 protocol (ModBus RTU) is not yet debugged and completed.

Justified criticism, suggestions and business proposals
accepted with great interest !!
KrisKelvin
 
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Controller: Mk1

Re: Coordinate visualization on an external display

Postby F_Swart » 09 Mar 2017, 07:02

I see alot of potential in this.

Any further developments or more information?
F_Swart
 
Posts: 1
Joined: 13 Jun 2016, 14:33
Controller: Many controllers


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