IO Status Monitor Module

travistravis Junior MemberPosts: 180
MODULE_NAME='IOStatusModule'(DEV dvIO, DEV tp_IO[])
/*
pass in an EXB device, or the IO/Relay port from a master
and an array of touchpanels (ports)
*/
DEFINE_CONSTANT
INTEGER STATUS[] = {11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18} //shows I/O status. feedback only.
INTEGER CHANNELS[] = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8} //the I/O channels 
INTEGER BTNS_ON[] = {21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28} // turn on a channel
INTEGER BTNS_OFF[] = {31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38} //turn off a channel


DEFINE_EVENT
BUTTON_EVENT[tp_IO, BTNS_ON]
{
    PUSH:{
	ON[dvIO, CHANNELS[GET_LAST(BTNS_ON)]]
    }
}
BUTTON_EVENT[tp_IO, BTNS_OFF]
{
    PUSH:{
	OFF[dvIO, CHANNELS[GET_LAST(BTNS_OFF)]]
    }
}
CHANNEL_EVENT[dvIO, CHANNELS]
{
    ON:{
	ON[tp_IO, STATUS[GET_LAST(CHANNELS)]]
    }
    OFF:{
	OFF[tp_IO, STATUS[GET_LAST(CHANNELS)]]
    }
}

gist of main
DEFINE_DEVICE//IO
dvREL8_1 = 12001:1:0 //exb-rel8
dvIOMaster_1	=	5001:4:0 //ni-700
dvTP1REL8_1	=	11001:61:0	;	dvTP2REL8_1	=	11002:61:0	;	dvTP3REL8_1	=	11003:61:0
dvTP1IOMaster_1	=	11001:66:0	;	dvTP2IOMaster_1	=	11002:66:0	;	dvTP3IOMaster_1	=	11003:66:0	

DEFINE_CONSTANT
DEV	dv_TPs_REL8_1[]	=	{dvTP1REL8_1,dvTP2REL8_1,dvTP3REL8_1}
DEV	dv_TPs_IOMaster_1[]	=	{dvTP1IOMaster_1,dvTP2IOMaster_1,dvTP3IOMaster_1}


DEFINE_MODULE'IOStatusModule'	mdldvREL8_1(dvREL8_1,  dv_TPs_REL8_1)
DEFINE_MODULE'IOStatusModule'	mdldvIOMaster_1(dvIOMaster_1,  dv_TPs_IOMaster_1)

Might throw in some diagnostics window messages. Mostly this is just a way to have a panel page for ringing stuff out and seeing what's going on with your IO, without having to muck with your main program logic.

Comments

  • ericmedleyericmedley Senior Member - 3709 Posts Posts: 4,155
    Hmmmm..
    This is something I'd probably just do in diagnostics/notifications and not even bother with code myself. But thanks.
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