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Trendsetter Series 4 and Trendsetter Series 4 Autoloader MCE/GMCE Firmware Commands, Error Messages, and Parameters

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2012-06-17

Contents
1 Commands 1
abort................................................................................................................................................................................1 abort clear.....................................................................................................................................................................1 abort faults....................................................................................................................................................................1 access.............................................................................................................................................................................1 access dev....................................................................................................................................................................2 access disable..............................................................................................................................................................2 access enable...............................................................................................................................................................2 access expert...............................................................................................................................................................2 access field...................................................................................................................................................................2 ale...................................................................................................................................................................................3 autocalibrate [ i ] [ < media_type > ]....................................................................................................................3 autocalibrate args.......................................................................................................................................................3 autocalibrate info.......................................................................................................................................................4 a......................................................................................................................................................................................4 a clear............................................................................................................................................................................4 bay..................................................................................................................................................................................4 bay < bay_number >..................................................................................................................................................4 bay < bay_number > close.......................................................................................................................................5 bay < bay_number > load < quantity > [ m ] [ < mlength > ].........................................................................5 bay < bay_number > measure [ calibrate ].........................................................................................................5 bay < bay_number > open.......................................................................................................................................6 bay < bay_number > transfer..................................................................................................................................6 bay < bay_number > transfer < to_bay_number > < quantity >....................................................................6 bay < bay_number > unload....................................................................................................................................6 bay cancel.....................................................................................................................................................................6 bay fail...........................................................................................................................................................................7 bay fail < string >........................................................................................................................................................7 bay info..........................................................................................................................................................................7 bay init...........................................................................................................................................................................7 bay release...................................................................................................................................................................8 bay step.........................................................................................................................................................................8

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bay step < enable | disable >...................................................................................................................................8 board address..............................................................................................................................................................8 board temp...................................................................................................................................................................9 bos..................................................................................................................................................................................9 cancel.............................................................................................................................................................................9 carriage........................................................................................................................................................................10 carriage data [ < on | off > ]...................................................................................................................................10 carriage idle.................................................................................................................................................................11 carriage init.................................................................................................................................................................12 carriage irq [ < enable | disable > ]......................................................................................................................12 carriage moveto < position > [ [ < velocity > ] ]..............................................................................................13 carriage move < velocity >.....................................................................................................................................13 carriage plot < swathwidth > < swathcount > < drumspeed > < indexdelay >........................................14 carriage run................................................................................................................................................................14 carriage sim [ < enable | disable > ]....................................................................................................................14 carriage stop...............................................................................................................................................................15 carriage table.............................................................................................................................................................15 ceh.................................................................................................................................................................................15 ceh edge info..............................................................................................................................................................15 ceh edge mode < edge mode >.............................................................................................................................16 ceh edge reset............................................................................................................................................................16 ceh fault state............................................................................................................................................................16 ceh focus cal reflect.................................................................................................................................................16 ceh focus laser < laser mode >..............................................................................................................................17 ceh focus mode < focus mode >...........................................................................................................................17 ceh focus ramp < pedestal > < slope > < length > < start >..........................................................................17 ceh focus state...........................................................................................................................................................18 ceh head command < head command >............................................................................................................18 ceh head compatible................................................................................................................................................18 ceh head environment.............................................................................................................................................18 ceh head info..............................................................................................................................................................19 ceh head mode < head mode > [ [ < head type > ] ]......................................................................................19 ceh head state............................................................................................................................................................19 ceh log < parameter >............................................................................................................................................20 ceh lv pattern < pixel pattern > +........................................................................................................................20 ceh lv pattern off......................................................................................................................................................20 ceh media block read < media slot >..................................................................................................................20 ceh media block write < media slot >..................................................................................................................21

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ceh media query < media specifier >...................................................................................................................21 ceh media set < media specifier >........................................................................................................................21 ceh media slot < media slot > < media specifier >..........................................................................................22 ceh plot command < plot command >............................................................................................................... 22 ceh plot config < data source > < pattern > < polarity > < label >..............................................................22 ceh property read < id > [ [ < index > ] ]...........................................................................................................22 ceh property write < id > < value > [ [ < index > ] ]....................................................................................... 23 ceh punch < sscan shift > < sscan width > < mscan shift > < mscan length >........................................23 ceh setup head position < position mode >......................................................................................................23 ceh shutter control < shutter type > < shutter control >...............................................................................24 ceh stroke cal initiate.............................................................................................................................................. 24 ceh stroke cal required...........................................................................................................................................24 ceh stroke cal state..................................................................................................................................................24 ceh test crc reset [ < data mask > ].................................................................................................................... 25 ceh test crc state......................................................................................................................................................25 ceh test data mode < data mode >......................................................................................................................25 ceh test data reset................................................................................................................................................... 26 ceh test data state................................................................................................................................................... 26 ceh write laser info.................................................................................................................................................. 26 ceh write laser mode < laser mode >..................................................................................................................26 ceh write laser state................................................................................................................................................ 27 CFL............................................................................................................................................................................... 27 CFL connect [ < id > ]............................................................................................................................................. 27 CFL diag......................................................................................................................................................................27 CFL disconnect [ < id > ]........................................................................................................................................28 CFL query [ < id > ]..................................................................................................................................................28 cfs.................................................................................................................................................................................28 cfs cd < dirname >................................................................................................................................................... 28 cfs dir...........................................................................................................................................................................28 cfs info < filename >................................................................................................................................................29 cfs md < newdirname >..........................................................................................................................................29 cfs rd < rdname >.....................................................................................................................................................29 cfs rm < filename >..................................................................................................................................................29 cfs version..................................................................................................................................................................29 chiller...........................................................................................................................................................................30 component.................................................................................................................................................................30 component < name > [ online ] | [ offline ]......................................................................................................30 com diag......................................................................................................................................................................31

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com info......................................................................................................................................................................33 config [ < password > + ].......................................................................................................................................34 cos scan......................................................................................................................................................................34 db < address > [ < quantity > ]............................................................................................................................34 debris...........................................................................................................................................................................35 debris < opt >............................................................................................................................................................35 debris < opt > < on | off >.......................................................................................................................................35 debris airjet................................................................................................................................................................35 debris airjet < on | off >..........................................................................................................................................36 debris all off...............................................................................................................................................................36 debris blower.............................................................................................................................................................36 debris blower < on | off >.......................................................................................................................................36 debris debug..............................................................................................................................................................37 debris flexo.................................................................................................................................................................37 debris flexo < on | off >...........................................................................................................................................37 debris ibutton............................................................................................................................................................37 debris ibutton setup default [ force ]..................................................................................................................38 debris ibutton setup filter < usage > [ force ]...................................................................................................38 debris ibutton setup max < usage > [ force ]...................................................................................................38 debris options...........................................................................................................................................................38 debris pacc.................................................................................................................................................................39 debris pacc < on | off >...........................................................................................................................................39 debris poc...................................................................................................................................................................39 debris poc < on | off >.............................................................................................................................................39 debris sim..................................................................................................................................................................40 debris sim < on | off >.............................................................................................................................................40 debris test bellmouth < value >...........................................................................................................................40 debris test differential < value >..........................................................................................................................40 debris test nozzle < value >...................................................................................................................................41 debris trace.................................................................................................................................................................41 debris trace2..............................................................................................................................................................41 df1..................................................................................................................................................................................41 df1 diag........................................................................................................................................................................42 df1 handle...................................................................................................................................................................42 dlp < enable | disable >...........................................................................................................................................42 dlp connect................................................................................................................................................................42 dlp macro...................................................................................................................................................................42 dlp metadata.............................................................................................................................................................43

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dlp metadata < enable_disable >.........................................................................................................................43 dlp render < tag > < tid > < facility > < text >...................................................................................................43 dlp res.........................................................................................................................................................................44 dl < address > [ < quantity > ].............................................................................................................................44 dmc info......................................................................................................................................................................45 dmc motor moving < motor name >...................................................................................................................45 dmc motor start < motor name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ]........................................................................46 dmc motor stop < motor name >........................................................................................................................46 dmc move config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor duration > < motor torque >..........47 dmc run config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor torque >...................................................48 dmc sync start < first name > < second name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ]..............................................48 dmc sync stop < first name > < second name >..............................................................................................49 dne power off............................................................................................................................................................49 dne spur......................................................................................................................................................................50 door.............................................................................................................................................................................50 door lock.....................................................................................................................................................................50 door unlock................................................................................................................................................................50 drum.............................................................................................................................................................................51 drum cshow...............................................................................................................................................................52 drum debug < enable | disable >..........................................................................................................................52 drum etrace [ < enable | disable | show > ].......................................................................................................53 drum idle.....................................................................................................................................................................53 drum inertia [ < torque > ]....................................................................................................................................54 drum init.....................................................................................................................................................................54 drum move < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ]...........................................................................................54 drum patch [ < offset > ]........................................................................................................................................55 drum sim [ < enable | disable > ].........................................................................................................................55 drum smove < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ].........................................................................................56 drum spin < velocity >............................................................................................................................................56 drum sstopat < position >......................................................................................................................................57 drum static.................................................................................................................................................................57 drum stopat < position >........................................................................................................................................58 drum stopidle............................................................................................................................................................58 drum stop...................................................................................................................................................................58 drum torque < drive >.............................................................................................................................................59 dr..................................................................................................................................................................................59 dtl.................................................................................................................................................................................59 dtl diag........................................................................................................................................................................60

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dummy.......................................................................................................................................................................60 dw < address > [ < quantity > ]...........................................................................................................................60 edge.............................................................................................................................................................................60 edge away [ < enable | disable > ]........................................................................................................................61 edge stop.....................................................................................................................................................................61 edge test......................................................................................................................................................................61 edge test camera......................................................................................................................................................61 edge test mainscan..................................................................................................................................................62 edge test plate < plateid >.....................................................................................................................................62 edge test plate < plateid > camera......................................................................................................................62 edoor...........................................................................................................................................................................63 edoor < open | close > [ w ]..................................................................................................................................63 eject.............................................................................................................................................................................63 emce boot [ < on | off > ].......................................................................................................................................63 emce diagport...........................................................................................................................................................64 emce diagport rs232...............................................................................................................................................64 emce diagport usb...................................................................................................................................................64 emce exit....................................................................................................................................................................64 emce fiber..................................................................................................................................................................64 emce flt [ < ext_int > ]............................................................................................................................................65 emce log [ < on | off >.............................................................................................................................................65 emce log debug < size > < delay >......................................................................................................................65 emce log dump.........................................................................................................................................................65 emce log normal.......................................................................................................................................................66 emce log reset..........................................................................................................................................................66 emce memtest < start > < size > < count >......................................................................................................66 emce power...............................................................................................................................................................66 emce reset.................................................................................................................................................................67 emce switch...............................................................................................................................................................67 emce telnet_diag < on | off >................................................................................................................................67 emce term [ < on | off > ].......................................................................................................................................67 engine..........................................................................................................................................................................67 engine accuracy.......................................................................................................................................................68 engine cancel............................................................................................................................................................68 engine fail...................................................................................................................................................................68 engine fail < string >................................................................................................................................................68 engine init..................................................................................................................................................................68 engine moveto loadpos..........................................................................................................................................69

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engine moveto parkpos..........................................................................................................................................69 engine moveto unloadpos.....................................................................................................................................69 engine release...........................................................................................................................................................69 engine set loadpos...................................................................................................................................................69 engine set parkpos...................................................................................................................................................70 engine step................................................................................................................................................................70 engine step < enable | disable >...........................................................................................................................70 engine time................................................................................................................................................................70 epdb read....................................................................................................................................................................71 epdb reset...................................................................................................................................................................71 epdb stats....................................................................................................................................................................71 epdb write < byte1 > < byte2 >..............................................................................................................................71 error.............................................................................................................................................................................72 error list......................................................................................................................................................................72 error list......................................................................................................................................................................72 error param................................................................................................................................................................73 error reserve < errorid >.........................................................................................................................................73 error test [ fatal ]......................................................................................................................................................73 error unreserve < errorid >....................................................................................................................................74 estop............................................................................................................................................................................74 estop clear.................................................................................................................................................................74 event [ < value > ]....................................................................................................................................................74 fans..............................................................................................................................................................................75 fans < on | off >.........................................................................................................................................................75 fco.................................................................................................................................................................................75 fco < component >...................................................................................................................................................75 fco < component > < label >.................................................................................................................................76 fco < component > < label > < on | off >............................................................................................................76 feature [ < password > + ].....................................................................................................................................76 feature list..................................................................................................................................................................76 feature list current...................................................................................................................................................76 feature remove..........................................................................................................................................................77 feature remove < tag >...........................................................................................................................................77 fload.............................................................................................................................................................................77 fload binary head bundle........................................................................................................................................77 fload binary head code...........................................................................................................................................78 fload head bundle.....................................................................................................................................................78 fload head code........................................................................................................................................................78

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flush.............................................................................................................................................................................78 flyoff.............................................................................................................................................................................79 flyoff clear.................................................................................................................................................................. 79 focus < focus mode >.............................................................................................................................................80 focus cal [ < cal mode > ].......................................................................................................................................81 focus find < opcode >..............................................................................................................................................81 focus find state..........................................................................................................................................................81 focus laser < focus laser >..................................................................................................................................... 82 focus lpos off.............................................................................................................................................................82 focus lpos on < lens position >............................................................................................................................. 82 focus position............................................................................................................................................................83 fwd............................................................................................................................................................................... 83 fwd list.........................................................................................................................................................................83 fwd optimize..............................................................................................................................................................83 fwd validate............................................................................................................................................................... 83 fwd version................................................................................................................................................................84 fw dir...........................................................................................................................................................................84 fw save < disk >........................................................................................................................................................84 fw save all..................................................................................................................................................................84 gc..................................................................................................................................................................................85 gc init...........................................................................................................................................................................85 gdpc diag....................................................................................................................................................................85 gdpc diag clear..........................................................................................................................................................85 gdpc fwunpacker [ < enable | disable > ]..........................................................................................................86 gdpc log clear............................................................................................................................................................86 gdpc log display........................................................................................................................................................86 gdpc th2 [ < window > ]........................................................................................................................................86 gdpc th2 reset........................................................................................................................................................... 87 getclamp.....................................................................................................................................................................87 gim............................................................................................................................................................................... 87 gim bypassprompt ignore......................................................................................................................................88 gim carriage...............................................................................................................................................................88 gim carriage reset....................................................................................................................................................88 gim cds.......................................................................................................................................................................88 gim cds reset.............................................................................................................................................................89 gim drum....................................................................................................................................................................89 gim drum error..........................................................................................................................................................89 gim drum reset.........................................................................................................................................................89

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gim edge.....................................................................................................................................................................89 gim edge reset..........................................................................................................................................................90 gim lamp < mask > < off | on | flash >................................................................................................................90 gim latch....................................................................................................................................................................90 gim latch < number > trigger................................................................................................................................90 gmce boot [ < on | off > ]........................................................................................................................................91 gmce diagport............................................................................................................................................................91 gmce diagport rs232................................................................................................................................................91 gmce diagport usb....................................................................................................................................................91 gmce fiber...................................................................................................................................................................91 gmce flt [ < ext_int > ]............................................................................................................................................92 gmce hcs12................................................................................................................................................................92 gmce log [ < on | off >.............................................................................................................................................92 gmce log debug < size > < delay >......................................................................................................................92 gmce log dump.........................................................................................................................................................93 gmce log normal.......................................................................................................................................................93 gmce log reset...........................................................................................................................................................93 gmce memtest < start > < size > < count >......................................................................................................93 gmce power...............................................................................................................................................................94 gmce reset.................................................................................................................................................................94 gmce switch..............................................................................................................................................................94 gmce telnet_diag < on | off >................................................................................................................................94 gmce temp.................................................................................................................................................................94 gmce tempset < tempname > [ < threshold > ]..............................................................................................95 gmce term [ < on | off > ].......................................................................................................................................95 gmce uee er [ < addr > ]........................................................................................................................................95 gmce uee rd...............................................................................................................................................................95 gmce uee wr < addr > < data >............................................................................................................................96 group...........................................................................................................................................................................96 group end < index >................................................................................................................................................96 group start < index > < headid1 > < plateid1 > [ [ < headid2 > ] [ < plateid2 > ] ].................................96 head.............................................................................................................................................................................96 head < install mode > [ < thickness > ]..............................................................................................................97 head boot [ < brate > ]...........................................................................................................................................97 head bp.......................................................................................................................................................................98 head bp < bp current >...........................................................................................................................................98 head bp < bp mode >..............................................................................................................................................98 head debug bank < bank offset > < bank size >...............................................................................................99

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head debug heap......................................................................................................................................................99 head debug interrupt..............................................................................................................................................99 head debug nvs < nvs offset > < nvs size >.......................................................................................................99 head debug ram < ram address > < ram size >................................................................................................99 head debug stack................................................................................................................................................... 100 head debug stats....................................................................................................................................................100 head debug structure < structure index >.......................................................................................................100 head debug trace < trace mode >......................................................................................................................100 head edge < edge mode >....................................................................................................................................101 head edge thinit < opcode >.................................................................................................................................101 head edge thinit state............................................................................................................................................101 head end....................................................................................................................................................................101 head erase bundle..................................................................................................................................................102 head erase code......................................................................................................................................................102 head flatten [ < flatten scale > ].........................................................................................................................102 head grade ei...........................................................................................................................................................102 head grade qt.......................................................................................................................................................... 103 head init....................................................................................................................................................................103 head interval < status interval >.........................................................................................................................103 head mask [ < mask mode > < mask number > + ]......................................................................................104 head mask save...................................................................................................................................................... 104 head nvs [ < parameter group > ]..................................................................................................................... 104 head nvs checksum............................................................................................................................................... 104 head position...........................................................................................................................................................105 head position < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]...................................................................................................105 head position < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]...................................................................................................105 head power [ < power mode > ]........................................................................................................................ 106 head program..........................................................................................................................................................107 head read < offset > < size >...............................................................................................................................107 head recover............................................................................................................................................................107 head reset.................................................................................................................................................................107 head reset < reset mode >...................................................................................................................................108 head sample < sample mode >.......................................................................................................................... 109 head stats bp [ < hold current > ].......................................................................................................................110 head stats dtd < laser on time >..........................................................................................................................110 head stats media [ init ] [ < slots > + ].............................................................................................................110 head status [ < status mode >..............................................................................................................................111 head status lvd [ < io register > ] [ [ < register value > ] ]...........................................................................111

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head stream < stream mode >.............................................................................................................................112 head test....................................................................................................................................................................112 head version..............................................................................................................................................................112 head zstage home...................................................................................................................................................112 head zstage move < location >............................................................................................................................113 head zstage state.....................................................................................................................................................113 help..............................................................................................................................................................................113 help -all.......................................................................................................................................................................113 help -all < token > +................................................................................................................................................114 help -brief..................................................................................................................................................................114 help -debug [ all ]....................................................................................................................................................114 help < search > +.....................................................................................................................................................115 help < token > +.......................................................................................................................................................115 help -tree...................................................................................................................................................................116 help -tree < token >................................................................................................................................................116 history........................................................................................................................................................................116 history < enable | disable >...................................................................................................................................116 history display..........................................................................................................................................................116 hlt.................................................................................................................................................................................117 hlt listdebug..............................................................................................................................................................117 hlt puonline...............................................................................................................................................................117 hlt puonline < unit > 0............................................................................................................................................117 hlt puonline < unit > 1.............................................................................................................................................117 hlt reg < subsystem > < errorcode > < timeout >...........................................................................................118 hlt rep < subsystem > < errorcode >..................................................................................................................118 hlt shutdown system..............................................................................................................................................118 hlt status....................................................................................................................................................................118 hlt status < subsystem >.......................................................................................................................................119 hlt status dne............................................................................................................................................................119 hlt status pu..............................................................................................................................................................119 hlt status subsystems............................................................................................................................................119 hlt status system.....................................................................................................................................................119 hlt status ws............................................................................................................................................................120 hlt test < timeout1 > < timeout2 > < timeout3 > < timeout4 > < timeout5 >........................................120 hlt update ws...........................................................................................................................................................120 hlt uptime.................................................................................................................................................................120 hotlink < endis >......................................................................................................................................................121 hotlink reset..............................................................................................................................................................121

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hotlink status............................................................................................................................................................121 icereset < printunit > +..........................................................................................................................................122 image [ < taskid >...................................................................................................................................................122 image cancel [ < taskid > ]...................................................................................................................................122 image end [ < taskid > ]........................................................................................................................................122 image flush...............................................................................................................................................................123 image flush end.......................................................................................................................................................123 image params [ < taskid > ].................................................................................................................................123 image parm..............................................................................................................................................................123 image parm < param >..........................................................................................................................................123 image parm < param > < value >.......................................................................................................................124 image parm < param > default...........................................................................................................................124 image start [ < taskid > ] | [ < mainscan > ] | [ mediapending ] | [ datapending ]...............................124 image stats...............................................................................................................................................................124 image stats clear.....................................................................................................................................................125 image update [ < taskid > ] | [ loaded ] | [ dataready ]................................................................................125 init [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ].....................................................................................................126 laser............................................................................................................................................................................126 laser < laser mode >..............................................................................................................................................127 laser current < laser current >............................................................................................................................128 laser ship...................................................................................................................................................................128 laser test...................................................................................................................................................................129 latch...........................................................................................................................................................................129 latch < number >....................................................................................................................................................129 latch < number > < enable | disable >...............................................................................................................130 latch < number > setup < sensor > < rise | fall >...........................................................................................130 lca...............................................................................................................................................................................130 lca bstrace < enable | disable >..........................................................................................................................130 lca bstrace dump.....................................................................................................................................................131 lca fwdbg...................................................................................................................................................................131 lca fwdbg < value >.................................................................................................................................................131 lca irq..........................................................................................................................................................................131 lca irq reset...............................................................................................................................................................132 lca load......................................................................................................................................................................132 lca pixel_steering [ < enable | disable > ].........................................................................................................132 lca spddump.............................................................................................................................................................132 lca trace < enable | disable >...............................................................................................................................132 lca trace dump.........................................................................................................................................................133

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leave on.....................................................................................................................................................................133 lec................................................................................................................................................................................133 lec < on | off > [ w ]................................................................................................................................................133 lec init........................................................................................................................................................................134 license.......................................................................................................................................................................134 license limit < tag > [ [ < value > ] ]..................................................................................................................134 list...............................................................................................................................................................................134 list datatypes...........................................................................................................................................................135 list error [ < errorcode > ]....................................................................................................................................135 list map......................................................................................................................................................................135 list media..................................................................................................................................................................136 list media types.......................................................................................................................................................136 list ovwr.....................................................................................................................................................................136 list pattern [ < number > ]...................................................................................................................................136 list proof....................................................................................................................................................................137 list serial....................................................................................................................................................................137 list stats.....................................................................................................................................................................137 list version................................................................................................................................................................137 list version all...........................................................................................................................................................138 list version version [ d ] | [ s ].............................................................................................................................138 loaded [ s ] [ < slength > ]...................................................................................................................................138 loaded force [ info ] | [ args ] | [ none ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ].................................................................139 load [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ].................................................................................................. 140 lockout [ < enable | disable > ]...........................................................................................................................140 log................................................................................................................................................................................141 log clear.....................................................................................................................................................................141 log disp [ < tmode > ] | [ < tunits > ] | [ < fmask > ] | [ < emask > ]........................................................142 log mark [ < id > ]...................................................................................................................................................143 log mask....................................................................................................................................................................143 log mask < fmask >................................................................................................................................................143 log mask < fmask > < emask >...........................................................................................................................144 log source.................................................................................................................................................................144 log source disable < label >.................................................................................................................................144 log source disable all.............................................................................................................................................144 log source enable < label >..................................................................................................................................144 log source enable all..............................................................................................................................................145 log start [ < count > ] | [ full ].............................................................................................................................145 log status..................................................................................................................................................................146

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log stop [ < count > ]............................................................................................................................................ 146 macro........................................................................................................................................................................146 macro create < name > < command > +..........................................................................................................147 macro delete -all.....................................................................................................................................................147 macro delete < name >.........................................................................................................................................147 mask..........................................................................................................................................................................148 mask < on_off > < flag > +...................................................................................................................................149 mask < on_off > all.................................................................................................................................................149 mask all.....................................................................................................................................................................149 media.........................................................................................................................................................................150 media < number >..................................................................................................................................................150 media locations.......................................................................................................................................................150 media lru...................................................................................................................................................................150 media lru reset.........................................................................................................................................................151 media removed........................................................................................................................................................151 media types...............................................................................................................................................................151 mh................................................................................................................................................................................151 mh cycletest.............................................................................................................................................................151 mh cycletest < enable | disable >.......................................................................................................................152 mh plateless.............................................................................................................................................................152 mh plateless < enable | disable > [ force ].......................................................................................................152 mload.........................................................................................................................................................................152 mode..........................................................................................................................................................................153 mode < number >...................................................................................................................................................153 mode dpi < mainscan > [ [ < subscan > ] ].....................................................................................................154 mode media < number >......................................................................................................................................154 mode vmr < mainscan > < realmainscan >.....................................................................................................154 module positions....................................................................................................................................................155 mpi..............................................................................................................................................................................155 mpi diag.....................................................................................................................................................................155 msg.............................................................................................................................................................................156 msg res......................................................................................................................................................................156 msg trace..................................................................................................................................................................156 msg trace < on | off >............................................................................................................................................156 msg trace dump......................................................................................................................................................156 msg trace filter < cmdcode > +...........................................................................................................................157 msg trace filter list..................................................................................................................................................157 msg trace filter remove < cmdcode > +...........................................................................................................157

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msg trace filter remove all....................................................................................................................................157 munload....................................................................................................................................................................157 net < if > ipaddr < newipaddr >..........................................................................................................................158 net < if > netmask < newnetmask >..................................................................................................................158 net < on | off >.........................................................................................................................................................158 net arp.......................................................................................................................................................................158 net arp add...............................................................................................................................................................158 net arp delete...........................................................................................................................................................159 net bootp [ < on | off > ].......................................................................................................................................159 net cospeed < speed > < duplex >.....................................................................................................................159 net diag......................................................................................................................................................................159 net gateway < newgateway >.............................................................................................................................159 net loopdevtest < loopc > < datasize >............................................................................................................160 net looptest < loopc > < datasize >...................................................................................................................160 net newaccount < n > < name >........................................................................................................................160 net newpassword < n > < password >.............................................................................................................160 net ping < ipaddr >..................................................................................................................................................161 net pktfwd < on | off >............................................................................................................................................161 net route....................................................................................................................................................................161 net route add < if > < ipaddr > < netmask > < gateway > < hops >...........................................................161 net route delete < ipaddr > < netmask >...........................................................................................................161 net socket.................................................................................................................................................................162 net status..................................................................................................................................................................162 net tcp.......................................................................................................................................................................162 net udp......................................................................................................................................................................163 nl < offset > < width >...........................................................................................................................................163 notused_ftr...............................................................................................................................................................163 notused_hdr.............................................................................................................................................................163 ntpipe........................................................................................................................................................................164 ntpipe status............................................................................................................................................................164 nucdebug..................................................................................................................................................................164 nvs..............................................................................................................................................................................164 nvs save all [ < code > ] [ < subsys > ].............................................................................................................165 ok................................................................................................................................................................................165 option.........................................................................................................................................................................165 option debris udrcbc [ < enable | disable > ]..................................................................................................165 option debris udrcb [ < enable | disable > ]....................................................................................................166 option dual-plate [ < enable | disable > ].........................................................................................................166

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option edgedetect [ < enable | disable > ].......................................................................................................166 option film-guide [ < enable | disable > ].........................................................................................................167 option list..................................................................................................................................................................167 option no-buzzer [ < enable | disable > ].........................................................................................................167 option picker [ < enable | disable > ].................................................................................................................167 option processorinterface [ < enable | disable > ]........................................................................................168 option separator-arms [ < enable | disable > ]...............................................................................................168 option single-broadsheet [ < enable | disable > ]..........................................................................................168 option thsb [ < enable | disable > ]....................................................................................................................169 option unload-offset [ < enable | disable > ]...................................................................................................169 option unloadtable [ < enable | disable > ]......................................................................................................169 option vmr [ < enable | disable > ]....................................................................................................................170 option zstage [ < enable | disable > ]................................................................................................................170 opt < OptionToken >.............................................................................................................................................170 override.....................................................................................................................................................................170 override < TableName >........................................................................................................................................171 override showall.......................................................................................................................................................171 ovwr............................................................................................................................................................................171 ovwr < enable | disable >.......................................................................................................................................171 ovwr dump < pattern >..........................................................................................................................................171 ovwr list.....................................................................................................................................................................172 ovwr load < pattern >............................................................................................................................................172 ovwr mask end........................................................................................................................................................172 ovwr mask end < value >......................................................................................................................................172 ovwr mask loc..........................................................................................................................................................173 ovwr mask loc < value >.......................................................................................................................................173 ovwr mask start......................................................................................................................................................173 ovwr mask start < value >....................................................................................................................................173 ovwr verify................................................................................................................................................................173 pb < map_name > < hex_address > [ < hex_data > ]...................................................................................174 phy..............................................................................................................................................................................174 phy cablelength.......................................................................................................................................................174 picker.........................................................................................................................................................................175 picker < ajet | airjet > < on | off >........................................................................................................................175 picker < in | out > [ w ]..........................................................................................................................................175 picker < up | down | dn > [ w ]............................................................................................................................175 picker cancel............................................................................................................................................................176 picker fail..................................................................................................................................................................176

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picker fail < string >...............................................................................................................................................176 picker init..................................................................................................................................................................176 picker lock < on | off >...........................................................................................................................................176 picker pick.................................................................................................................................................................177 picker release...........................................................................................................................................................177 picker sep < in | out > [ w ]..................................................................................................................................177 picker service...........................................................................................................................................................177 picker step................................................................................................................................................................178 picker step < enable | disable >..........................................................................................................................178 picker time................................................................................................................................................................178 picker vac < on | off > [ w ]..................................................................................................................................178 picker vac_away < on | off > [ w ]......................................................................................................................179 picker vac_home < on | off > [ w ].....................................................................................................................179 picker wrist in [ w ]................................................................................................................................................179 picker wrist in fast..................................................................................................................................................179 picker wrist out [ w ].............................................................................................................................................180 pick.............................................................................................................................................................................180 pll................................................................................................................................................................................180 pll < on | off >..........................................................................................................................................................180 pll stats [ < samples > ].........................................................................................................................................181 pll test < sample count > < sample period >....................................................................................................181 pload...........................................................................................................................................................................181 pload c < proof_index >.........................................................................................................................................181 pload d < media_index >.......................................................................................................................................181 pload r........................................................................................................................................................................182 plot [ s ] < slength >..............................................................................................................................................182 plot.............................................................................................................................................................................182 plot < pattern >.......................................................................................................................................................183 plot < pattern > < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]...............................................................................................183 plot < pattern > < subscan > plate < plateid >...............................................................................................184 plot < pattern > plate < plateid >.......................................................................................................................184 plot balance.............................................................................................................................................................184 plot balance < interval >.......................................................................................................................................184 plot crc......................................................................................................................................................................185 plot crc < enable | disable >.................................................................................................................................185 plot crc < value > [ < headid > ].........................................................................................................................185 plot debug.................................................................................................................................................................185 plot debug < level >...............................................................................................................................................186

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plot edge...................................................................................................................................................................186 plot edge < enable | disable >.............................................................................................................................186 plot edge < position >............................................................................................................................................187 plot edge < position > plate < plateid >............................................................................................................187 plot events................................................................................................................................................................187 plot event < code >................................................................................................................................................188 plot fail......................................................................................................................................................................188 plot fail < event >....................................................................................................................................................188 plot focus..................................................................................................................................................................188 plot focus < learns >..............................................................................................................................................188 plot gapless..............................................................................................................................................................189 plot gapless < enable | disable >........................................................................................................................189 plot gc........................................................................................................................................................................189 plot gc < enable | disable >..................................................................................................................................190 plot gc rotation < enable | disable >...................................................................................................................191 plot gc scaling < enable | disable >....................................................................................................................192 plot gc tempcomp < enable | disable >.............................................................................................................193 plot headtest [ < mainscan > ]...........................................................................................................................194 plot init......................................................................................................................................................................195 plot label...................................................................................................................................................................195 plot label < label text >.........................................................................................................................................195 plot label default.....................................................................................................................................................195 plot moffset..............................................................................................................................................................196 plot moffset < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]..................................................................................................... 196 plot ortho..................................................................................................................................................................196 plot ortho < enable | disable >............................................................................................................................196 plot polarity..............................................................................................................................................................197 plot polarity < polarity type >..............................................................................................................................197 plot prepare [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ]....................................................................................197 plot reset...................................................................................................................................................................198 plot retrace...............................................................................................................................................................198 plot retrace < enable | disable >.........................................................................................................................198 plot retrace duration < rotations >....................................................................................................................198 plot retrace gap < swaths >.................................................................................................................................199 plot scale.................................................................................................................................................................. 199 plot scale < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]..........................................................................................................199 plot seam..................................................................................................................................................................199 plot seam < enable | disable >...........................................................................................................................200

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plot seam < number > < rect | lane > < offsetX > < offsetY > < endX > < endY >..............................200 plot seam clear...................................................................................................................................................... 200 plot sequence.........................................................................................................................................................200 plot series.................................................................................................................................................................201 plot series < enable | disable >...........................................................................................................................201 plot series drumspin < enable | disable >........................................................................................................201 plot series gap < spacing >.................................................................................................................................202 plot shift...................................................................................................................................................................202 plot shift < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]...........................................................................................................202 plot skip [ < swath > < count > ].......................................................................................................................202 plot skip remove....................................................................................................................................................203 plot skip update < count >..................................................................................................................................203 plot stop...................................................................................................................................................................203 plot stroke...............................................................................................................................................................203 plot stroke < shift >...............................................................................................................................................204 plot time.................................................................................................................................................................. 204 plot time reset........................................................................................................................................................204 pl < map_name > < hex_address > [ < hex_data > ]...................................................................................204 prmdef < key >.......................................................................................................................................................205 prm < groupname > [ [ limit ] | [ < copy > ] [ < parameter > ] [ default ] | [ all ] [ s ] | [ default ] | [ < value > ] [ s ] ].................................................................................................................................................206 prm < search > +...................................................................................................................................................208 prm access [ < level > ].......................................................................................................................................209 prm all......................................................................................................................................................................209 prm diff.....................................................................................................................................................................209 prm group.................................................................................................................................................................210 prm limit...................................................................................................................................................................210 prm saveall...............................................................................................................................................................210 processor...................................................................................................................................................................211 processor test < notready | ready | busy | busyfault | idlefault >................................................................211 product.......................................................................................................................................................................211 property.....................................................................................................................................................................212 property read [ < number > ] [ [ < index > ] [ < secondaryindex > ] ]....................................................212 property write < number > < index > < secondaryindex > < value >........................................................212 punload......................................................................................................................................................................212 putclamp...................................................................................................................................................................212 pw < map_name > < hex_address > [ < hex_data > ]..................................................................................213 ramp...........................................................................................................................................................................213

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ramp < in | out > [ w ]...........................................................................................................................................213 redirect [ < endis > ]..............................................................................................................................................214 redirect file < filename >......................................................................................................................................214 redirect passthrough.............................................................................................................................................214 redirect pass............................................................................................................................................................215 release.......................................................................................................................................................................215 reset...........................................................................................................................................................................215 reset all......................................................................................................................................................................215 reset bbr....................................................................................................................................................................216 reset boot.................................................................................................................................................................216 reset cold..................................................................................................................................................................216 reset head.................................................................................................................................................................216 reset ice.....................................................................................................................................................................216 reset ice < printunit > +.........................................................................................................................................217 reset partial..............................................................................................................................................................217 resume.......................................................................................................................................................................217 rif.................................................................................................................................................................................217 rif res..........................................................................................................................................................................218 rif ver..........................................................................................................................................................................218 rlr [ < token > + ]....................................................................................................................................................218 roller...........................................................................................................................................................................218 roller < on | off > [ w ]...........................................................................................................................................218 roller init....................................................................................................................................................................219 run < Filename >.....................................................................................................................................................219 safety.........................................................................................................................................................................219 safety abortfn..........................................................................................................................................................219 safety move.............................................................................................................................................................220 safety spin...............................................................................................................................................................220 scanline....................................................................................................................................................................220 scanline read < scanlinenum >..........................................................................................................................220 scanline read < scanlinenum > < offset > [ < numwords > ]......................................................................221 scanline write < scanlinenum > < offset > < data >......................................................................................221 scan < ioname > [ [ addr ] | [ < on | off > ] | [ < value > ] | [ < bon | boff > ] | [ < son | soff > ] ] ....................................................................................................................................................................................222 scan bclear..............................................................................................................................................................224 scan bits...................................................................................................................................................................225 scan bstatus............................................................................................................................................................226 scan events..............................................................................................................................................................227

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scan groups.............................................................................................................................................................227 scan presence.........................................................................................................................................................228 scan time [ clear ].................................................................................................................................................228 sccuart reset...........................................................................................................................................................228 scheduler.................................................................................................................................................................228 scheduler < media_instance >...........................................................................................................................229 scheduler < media_instance > cancel..............................................................................................................229 scheduler < media_instance > steps................................................................................................................229 scheduler autounload...........................................................................................................................................229 scheduler autounload < enable | disable >.....................................................................................................229 scheduler cycletest...............................................................................................................................................230 scheduler cycletest < enable | disable >..........................................................................................................230 scheduler debug....................................................................................................................................................230 scheduler mediatypes..........................................................................................................................................230 scheduler stats........................................................................................................................................................231 scheduler stats clear..............................................................................................................................................231 scheduler tasks........................................................................................................................................................231 scm halt < servo name > < halt option > < quick stop deceleration > < servo timeout >...................231 scm home < servo name > < homing method > < homing velocity fast > < homing velocity slow > < homing acceleration > < home offset > < servo timeout >........................................................................232 scm info....................................................................................................................................................................232 scm position < servo name >..............................................................................................................................232 scm scurve jog < servo name > < relative distance > < profile velocity > < profile acceleration > < profile deceleration > < profile jerk > < servo timeout >.............................................................................233 scm scurve move < servo name > < target position > < profile velocity > < profile acceleration > < profile deceleration > < profile jerk > < servo timeout >.............................................................................233 scm sensor < servo name >................................................................................................................................233 scm trapezoidal jog < servo name > < relative distance > < profile velocity > < profile acceleration > < profile deceleration > < servo timeout >.....................................................................................................234 scm trapezoidal move < servo name > < target position > < profile velocity > < profile acceleration > < profile deceleration > < servo timeout >..................................................................................................234 scorr..........................................................................................................................................................................234 scorr < pixel pair >.................................................................................................................................................235 scorr < pixel pair > < scorr value >....................................................................................................................235 scorr init [ < scorr value > ] [ [ < scorr slope > ] ]........................................................................................236 scorr save.................................................................................................................................................................236 service [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ].............................................................................................237 set [ < groupname > ] [ [ < copy > ] [ < parameter > ] [ < val_element > ] [ < value > ] ]..............238 set < search > +.....................................................................................................................................................240

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shutter < shutter control > [ [ hw ] ]................................................................................................................241 sif................................................................................................................................................................................241 sif diag.......................................................................................................................................................................241 sif rd < sport > < bid > < vaddr >.......................................................................................................................242 sif read < bid > < vaddr >.....................................................................................................................................242 sif test read < bid > < vaddr >............................................................................................................................242 sif test write < bid > < vaddr > < data > +.......................................................................................................242 sif write < bid > < vaddr > < data > +...............................................................................................................243 sif wr < sport > < bid > < vaddr > < data > +..................................................................................................243 sim.............................................................................................................................................................................243 sim all [ < enable | disable > ]............................................................................................................................244 sim bay [ < enable | disable > ].........................................................................................................................244 sim car [ < enable | disable > ]..........................................................................................................................244 sim drum [ < enable | disable > ]......................................................................................................................245 sim engine [ < enable | disable > ]....................................................................................................................245 sim head [ < enable | disable > ].......................................................................................................................245 sim mh [ < enable | disable > ]..........................................................................................................................246 sim pdb [ < enable | disable > ].........................................................................................................................246 sim picker [ < enable | disable > ].....................................................................................................................246 sim processor [ < enable | disable > ]..............................................................................................................247 sim saveall...............................................................................................................................................................247 sim table [ < enable | disable > ].......................................................................................................................247 sio..............................................................................................................................................................................248 sio con < bid >........................................................................................................................................................248 sio nodes..................................................................................................................................................................248 sio reset all..............................................................................................................................................................248 sio reset single < bid >.........................................................................................................................................249 sio uns......................................................................................................................................................................249 slipsheet bin............................................................................................................................................................249 slipsheet bin < bin_number > unload...............................................................................................................249 slipsheet bin args...................................................................................................................................................249 slipsheet bin info....................................................................................................................................................250 smc............................................................................................................................................................................250 smc < name >.........................................................................................................................................................250 smc < name > current..........................................................................................................................................250 smc < name > current < zero | quarter | half | full >......................................................................................251 smc < name > dirmode.........................................................................................................................................251 smc < name > dirmode < homeccw | homecw >...........................................................................................251

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smc < name > followr < maximumVelocity > < lastValid > < home | away >.......................................252 smc < name > follow < maximumVelocity > < lastValid > < home | away >........................................252 smc < name > gain................................................................................................................................................253 smc < name > gain < outputGain >...................................................................................................................253 smc < name > homer < velocity >.....................................................................................................................253 smc < name > home < velocity >......................................................................................................................254 smc < name > hwreset.........................................................................................................................................254 smc < name > init..................................................................................................................................................255 smc < name > jogr < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < distance >..............................................255 smc < name > jog < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < steps >.....................................................256 smc < name > micro.............................................................................................................................................256 smc < name > micro < microstepRate >.........................................................................................................256 smc < name > mover < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position >..........................................257 smc < name > move < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position >............................................257 smc < name > position.........................................................................................................................................258 smc < name > positionr.......................................................................................................................................258 smc < name > positionr < newPosition >........................................................................................................259 smc < name > position < newPosition >.........................................................................................................259 smc < name > query [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ steps ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ gain ] | [ all ]...............................................................................260 smc < name > queryr [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ distance ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ stepsperunit ] | [ gain ] | [ all ]..............................................260 smc < name > runr < velocity >..........................................................................................................................261 smc < name > run < velocity >............................................................................................................................261 smc < name > sensor...........................................................................................................................................262 smc < name > sensorinv......................................................................................................................................262 smc < name > sensorinv < sensorInvMask >.................................................................................................262 smc < name > sensor < sensorMask >............................................................................................................263 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ]........263 smc < name > status............................................................................................................................................264 smc < name > stepsperunit................................................................................................................................264 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit >.......................................................................................264 smc < name > stop [ now ].................................................................................................................................264 smc < name > trajr < address >.........................................................................................................................265 smc < name > trajr < address > < acceleration > < distance >.................................................................265 smc < name > trajr reset [ zero ]......................................................................................................................266 smc < name > traj < address >..........................................................................................................................266 smc < name > traj < address > < acceleration > < steps >........................................................................266

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smc < name > traj reset [ zero ]........................................................................................................................267 smc < name > udlast < lastValid >...................................................................................................................267 smc < name > udvelr < velocity >.....................................................................................................................268 smc < name > udvel < velocity >.......................................................................................................................268 smc < name > unreserve.....................................................................................................................................269 smc cafault [ < on | off > ]...................................................................................................................................269 softuart reset..........................................................................................................................................................269 spot < pixel offset > [ [ < pixel width > ] ]......................................................................................................270 spot full....................................................................................................................................................................270 spot off.....................................................................................................................................................................270 sprayer clean............................................................................................................................................................271 sprayer load < liquid >...........................................................................................................................................271 sprayer spray...........................................................................................................................................................271 sprayer stop.............................................................................................................................................................271 stats............................................................................................................................................................................271 stats < enable | disable >.....................................................................................................................................272 statuslights..............................................................................................................................................................272 statuslights < blue | bluef | green | greenf | yellowf | off >..........................................................................272 status........................................................................................................................................................................272 status < groupname >..........................................................................................................................................273 status < groupnumber >......................................................................................................................................273 status all...................................................................................................................................................................273 status scantime......................................................................................................................................................274 stg..............................................................................................................................................................................274 stg delete flash < key >........................................................................................................................................274 stg delete ram < key >..........................................................................................................................................274 stg delete temp < key >........................................................................................................................................275 stg erase flash.........................................................................................................................................................275 stg erase ram..........................................................................................................................................................275 stg erase temp........................................................................................................................................................275 stg list flash.............................................................................................................................................................276 stg list ram...............................................................................................................................................................276 stg list temp............................................................................................................................................................276 stg load.....................................................................................................................................................................276 stg optimize flash..................................................................................................................................................276 stg optimize ram....................................................................................................................................................277 stg optimize temp..................................................................................................................................................277 stg read flash < key >............................................................................................................................................277

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stg read ram < key >.............................................................................................................................................277 stg read temp < key >...........................................................................................................................................277 stg status flash.......................................................................................................................................................278 stg status ram.........................................................................................................................................................278 stg status temp......................................................................................................................................................278 stg verify flash........................................................................................................................................................278 stg verify ram..........................................................................................................................................................278 stg verify temp........................................................................................................................................................279 stg write flash < key > < data > +......................................................................................................................279 stg write ram < key > < data > +........................................................................................................................279 stg write temp < key > < data > +.....................................................................................................................279 stroke........................................................................................................................................................................280 stroke < pixel pair >..............................................................................................................................................280 stroke < pixel pair > < stroke value >................................................................................................................281 stroke cal..................................................................................................................................................................281 stroke config............................................................................................................................................................281 stroke init [ < stroke value > ]............................................................................................................................282 stroke profile...........................................................................................................................................................282 stroke save..............................................................................................................................................................282 suspend....................................................................................................................................................................282 suspend add < error_code > [ [ < type > ] [ < buttons > ] ]......................................................................283 suspend buttons....................................................................................................................................................283 suspend debug.......................................................................................................................................................283 suspend remove < suspend_id >.......................................................................................................................283 system......................................................................................................................................................................283 system < actions >................................................................................................................................................284 system < actions > callbacks.............................................................................................................................284 system test..............................................................................................................................................................284 table..........................................................................................................................................................................284 table < up | down | dn > [ w ].............................................................................................................................285 table away...............................................................................................................................................................285 table cancel.............................................................................................................................................................285 table cups < up | down | dn > [ w ]...................................................................................................................285 table fail....................................................................................................................................................................285 table fail < string >................................................................................................................................................286 table home..............................................................................................................................................................286 table idle..................................................................................................................................................................286 table init...................................................................................................................................................................286

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table jog < distance >...........................................................................................................................................286 table move < position > [ [ < velocity > ] ].....................................................................................................287 table move away....................................................................................................................................................287 table move home...................................................................................................................................................287 table move rotate..................................................................................................................................................287 table push < on | off > [ w ].................................................................................................................................287 table release............................................................................................................................................................288 table rot < on | off > [ w ]....................................................................................................................................288 table search rotate................................................................................................................................................288 table step.................................................................................................................................................................288 table step < enable | disable >...........................................................................................................................289 table time.................................................................................................................................................................289 table vac < on | off > [ w ]...................................................................................................................................289 tac [ < on | off > [ < rpm > ] ].............................................................................................................................289 tec..............................................................................................................................................................................290 tec < lock | unlock > [ w ]....................................................................................................................................290 tec < on | off > [ w ]..............................................................................................................................................290 tec getclamp...........................................................................................................................................................290 tec getclamp park..................................................................................................................................................290 tec init........................................................................................................................................................................291 tec putclamp............................................................................................................................................................291 tec putclamp park..................................................................................................................................................291 temp...........................................................................................................................................................................291 th2..............................................................................................................................................................................292 th2 < string >..........................................................................................................................................................292 tsp..............................................................................................................................................................................292 tsp < channel >.......................................................................................................................................................292 tsp < channel > < enable | disable >.................................................................................................................293 tsp < channel > clear.............................................................................................................................................293 tsp pesel < enable | disable >.............................................................................................................................293 tsp scanlines < number >....................................................................................................................................293 tsp start....................................................................................................................................................................293 tsp test [ < subscan > ] [ < tsps > ] [ < mainscan > ].................................................................................294 tud.............................................................................................................................................................................294 tud create [ < period > ] [ < command > + ].................................................................................................294 tud delete < number >.........................................................................................................................................294 tud delete all...........................................................................................................................................................295 ui................................................................................................................................................................................295

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ui buzzer < on | off >.............................................................................................................................................295 ui loadlamp < on | off >........................................................................................................................................295 unload [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ].............................................................................................296 urt..............................................................................................................................................................................296 urt break clear < port >........................................................................................................................................296 urt break reset < port >........................................................................................................................................297 urt break set < port >............................................................................................................................................297 urt break status < port >......................................................................................................................................297 urt close < port >...................................................................................................................................................297 urt diag < port >.....................................................................................................................................................297 urt flush receive < port >.....................................................................................................................................298 urt flush transmit < port >...................................................................................................................................298 urt handshake set < port > < data >.................................................................................................................298 urt handshake status < port >............................................................................................................................298 urt open < port > [ [ < baud > ] ]......................................................................................................................298 urt receive < port > < count >............................................................................................................................299 urt reset < port >...................................................................................................................................................299 urt Rx < port >........................................................................................................................................................299 urt transmit < port > < data > +.........................................................................................................................299 urt Tx < port >........................................................................................................................................................299 u.................................................................................................................................................................................300 vbs [ < token > + ]................................................................................................................................................300 verbose......................................................................................................................................................................301 verbose < level > < ss_name > +.......................................................................................................................302 verbose < level > all..............................................................................................................................................303 verbose alpha.........................................................................................................................................................304 verbose default......................................................................................................................................................304 verbose diag...........................................................................................................................................................304 verbose off...............................................................................................................................................................305 verbose off < ss_name > +..................................................................................................................................305 verbose off < ss_number > +..............................................................................................................................305 verbose off all.........................................................................................................................................................305 verbose on...............................................................................................................................................................306 verbose on < ss_name > +..................................................................................................................................306 verbose on < ss_number > +..............................................................................................................................306 verbose on all.........................................................................................................................................................306 verbose user...........................................................................................................................................................307 verbose user < level >..........................................................................................................................................308

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version [ < on | off > ]..........................................................................................................................................308 wb < address > < data >......................................................................................................................................309 wl < address > < data >.......................................................................................................................................309 wmd..........................................................................................................................................................................309 wmd cmd < code > [............................................................................................................................................309 wmd cmd < code > < enable | disable >...........................................................................................................310 wmd cmd all < enable | disable >.......................................................................................................................310 wmd diag..................................................................................................................................................................310 wmd diag < enable | disable >............................................................................................................................310 wmd diag cmd.........................................................................................................................................................310 wmd diag cmd < enable | disable >....................................................................................................................311 wmd diag resp..........................................................................................................................................................311 wmd diag resp < enable | disable >....................................................................................................................311 wmd diag uerr..........................................................................................................................................................311 wmd diag uerr < enable | disable >.....................................................................................................................311 wmd diag umsg.......................................................................................................................................................312 wmd diag umsg < enable | disable >.................................................................................................................312 wmd listcmd............................................................................................................................................................312 wmd promptinfo.....................................................................................................................................................312 wmd uerr < code >.................................................................................................................................................313 wmd umsg................................................................................................................................................................313 wmd umsg < enable | disable >..........................................................................................................................313 ww < address > < data >......................................................................................................................................313 zstage.........................................................................................................................................................................313 zstage back..............................................................................................................................................................314 zstage forward........................................................................................................................................................314

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33501.........................................................................................................................................................................315 33502........................................................................................................................................................................315 33503........................................................................................................................................................................316 33504........................................................................................................................................................................316 33505........................................................................................................................................................................317 33506........................................................................................................................................................................317 33507........................................................................................................................................................................318 33508........................................................................................................................................................................318 33509........................................................................................................................................................................319 33510.........................................................................................................................................................................319

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33517.........................................................................................................................................................................322 33518.........................................................................................................................................................................323 33519.........................................................................................................................................................................323 33520.......................................................................................................................................................................324 33521.........................................................................................................................................................................324 33522........................................................................................................................................................................325 33523........................................................................................................................................................................325 33524........................................................................................................................................................................326 33600.......................................................................................................................................................................326 33601........................................................................................................................................................................327 33602.......................................................................................................................................................................328 33603.......................................................................................................................................................................328 33604.......................................................................................................................................................................329 33605.......................................................................................................................................................................330 33606.......................................................................................................................................................................330 33607........................................................................................................................................................................331 33608........................................................................................................................................................................331 33609.......................................................................................................................................................................332 33610........................................................................................................................................................................333 33611..........................................................................................................................................................................333 33612........................................................................................................................................................................334 33613........................................................................................................................................................................334 33614........................................................................................................................................................................335 33615.........................................................................................................................................................................335 33616........................................................................................................................................................................336 33617.........................................................................................................................................................................337 33618.........................................................................................................................................................................337 33619........................................................................................................................................................................338 33620.......................................................................................................................................................................339 33621.........................................................................................................................................................................339 33622.......................................................................................................................................................................340 33623........................................................................................................................................................................341 33624........................................................................................................................................................................341

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33625........................................................................................................................................................................342 33700.......................................................................................................................................................................343 33701........................................................................................................................................................................343 33702.......................................................................................................................................................................344 33703.......................................................................................................................................................................344 33900.......................................................................................................................................................................345 33901........................................................................................................................................................................345 33903.......................................................................................................................................................................346 33904.......................................................................................................................................................................346 33905.......................................................................................................................................................................347 33906.......................................................................................................................................................................348 33907.......................................................................................................................................................................348 33908.......................................................................................................................................................................349 33909.......................................................................................................................................................................349 33910........................................................................................................................................................................350 34000......................................................................................................................................................................350 34001.........................................................................................................................................................................351 34002........................................................................................................................................................................351 34003.......................................................................................................................................................................352 34004.......................................................................................................................................................................352 34005.......................................................................................................................................................................353 34006......................................................................................................................................................................354 34007.......................................................................................................................................................................354 34008.......................................................................................................................................................................355 34009.......................................................................................................................................................................355 34010........................................................................................................................................................................356 34011.........................................................................................................................................................................357 34012........................................................................................................................................................................357 34013........................................................................................................................................................................358 34014........................................................................................................................................................................358 34015........................................................................................................................................................................359 34016........................................................................................................................................................................359 34017........................................................................................................................................................................360 34018.........................................................................................................................................................................361 34019.........................................................................................................................................................................361 34020.......................................................................................................................................................................362 34021........................................................................................................................................................................362 34022.......................................................................................................................................................................363

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34023.......................................................................................................................................................................363 34024.......................................................................................................................................................................364 34025.......................................................................................................................................................................364 34026.......................................................................................................................................................................365 34027.......................................................................................................................................................................365 34028.......................................................................................................................................................................366 34029.......................................................................................................................................................................366 34030.......................................................................................................................................................................367 34031........................................................................................................................................................................367 34032.......................................................................................................................................................................368 34033.......................................................................................................................................................................369 34034.......................................................................................................................................................................369 34035.......................................................................................................................................................................370 34036.......................................................................................................................................................................370 34037........................................................................................................................................................................371 34038........................................................................................................................................................................371 34039.......................................................................................................................................................................372 34040.......................................................................................................................................................................372 34041........................................................................................................................................................................373 34101.........................................................................................................................................................................374 34102........................................................................................................................................................................374 34103........................................................................................................................................................................375 34104........................................................................................................................................................................375 34105........................................................................................................................................................................376 34106........................................................................................................................................................................376 34107........................................................................................................................................................................377 34108........................................................................................................................................................................377 34109........................................................................................................................................................................378 34110.........................................................................................................................................................................378 34111..........................................................................................................................................................................379 34112.........................................................................................................................................................................380 34113.........................................................................................................................................................................380 34114..........................................................................................................................................................................381 34115..........................................................................................................................................................................381 34116.........................................................................................................................................................................382 34117.........................................................................................................................................................................382 34118.........................................................................................................................................................................383 34119.........................................................................................................................................................................384

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34125........................................................................................................................................................................387 34126........................................................................................................................................................................387 34127........................................................................................................................................................................388 34128........................................................................................................................................................................388 34129........................................................................................................................................................................389 34130........................................................................................................................................................................389 34131.........................................................................................................................................................................390 34132........................................................................................................................................................................390 34133.........................................................................................................................................................................391 34800.......................................................................................................................................................................391 34801........................................................................................................................................................................392 34802.......................................................................................................................................................................392 34803.......................................................................................................................................................................393 34805.......................................................................................................................................................................393 34810........................................................................................................................................................................394 34811.........................................................................................................................................................................394 34812........................................................................................................................................................................395 34813........................................................................................................................................................................396 34820.......................................................................................................................................................................396 34821........................................................................................................................................................................397 34822.......................................................................................................................................................................397 34823.......................................................................................................................................................................398 34855.......................................................................................................................................................................399 34856.......................................................................................................................................................................399 34857......................................................................................................................................................................400 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35005.......................................................................................................................................................................403 35006......................................................................................................................................................................403 35200......................................................................................................................................................................404

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35201........................................................................................................................................................................405 35202.......................................................................................................................................................................405 35701........................................................................................................................................................................406 35702.......................................................................................................................................................................406 35703.......................................................................................................................................................................407 35704.......................................................................................................................................................................407 35705.......................................................................................................................................................................408 35706.......................................................................................................................................................................408 35707.......................................................................................................................................................................409 35708.......................................................................................................................................................................409 35709........................................................................................................................................................................410 35710.........................................................................................................................................................................410 35711...........................................................................................................................................................................411 35712..........................................................................................................................................................................411 35713.........................................................................................................................................................................412 35714.........................................................................................................................................................................412 35715.........................................................................................................................................................................412 35716.........................................................................................................................................................................413 35717.........................................................................................................................................................................413 35718.........................................................................................................................................................................413 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35732........................................................................................................................................................................418 35733........................................................................................................................................................................419 35734........................................................................................................................................................................419 35736.......................................................................................................................................................................420 35737.......................................................................................................................................................................420 35738........................................................................................................................................................................421 35740........................................................................................................................................................................421 35741.........................................................................................................................................................................421

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35743.......................................................................................................................................................................422 35748.......................................................................................................................................................................422 35749.......................................................................................................................................................................423 35750.......................................................................................................................................................................423 35751........................................................................................................................................................................424 35752.......................................................................................................................................................................424 35753........................................................................................................................................................................425 35754.......................................................................................................................................................................426 35756.......................................................................................................................................................................426 35757.......................................................................................................................................................................426 35758.......................................................................................................................................................................427 35761........................................................................................................................................................................427 35762.......................................................................................................................................................................428 35763.......................................................................................................................................................................428 35764.......................................................................................................................................................................429 35765.......................................................................................................................................................................429 35767.......................................................................................................................................................................430 35769.......................................................................................................................................................................430 35770........................................................................................................................................................................431 35771.........................................................................................................................................................................431 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35785........................................................................................................................................................................437 35789.......................................................................................................................................................................438 35798.......................................................................................................................................................................438 36001.......................................................................................................................................................................438 36002.......................................................................................................................................................................439 36200.......................................................................................................................................................................439 36201.......................................................................................................................................................................440 36202........................................................................................................................................................................441

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36203........................................................................................................................................................................441 36204.......................................................................................................................................................................442 36800......................................................................................................................................................................442 36801........................................................................................................................................................................443 36802.......................................................................................................................................................................443 36803......................................................................................................................................................................444 36804......................................................................................................................................................................444 36805.......................................................................................................................................................................445 36806......................................................................................................................................................................445 36807.......................................................................................................................................................................446 36808......................................................................................................................................................................446 36809.......................................................................................................................................................................447 36810.......................................................................................................................................................................447 36811........................................................................................................................................................................448 36812........................................................................................................................................................................449 36813........................................................................................................................................................................449 36814.......................................................................................................................................................................450 36815........................................................................................................................................................................450 36816.........................................................................................................................................................................451 36817.........................................................................................................................................................................451 36818........................................................................................................................................................................452 36819........................................................................................................................................................................452 36820.......................................................................................................................................................................453 36821........................................................................................................................................................................453 36822.......................................................................................................................................................................454 37420.......................................................................................................................................................................455 37701........................................................................................................................................................................455 37702.......................................................................................................................................................................455 37703.......................................................................................................................................................................456 37704.......................................................................................................................................................................457 37705.......................................................................................................................................................................457 37706.......................................................................................................................................................................458 37707.......................................................................................................................................................................459 37708.......................................................................................................................................................................459 37709.......................................................................................................................................................................460 37710.........................................................................................................................................................................461 37711..........................................................................................................................................................................461 37712........................................................................................................................................................................462

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37713........................................................................................................................................................................462 37714........................................................................................................................................................................463 37715........................................................................................................................................................................464 37716........................................................................................................................................................................464 37717........................................................................................................................................................................465 37718........................................................................................................................................................................465 37719........................................................................................................................................................................466 37720.......................................................................................................................................................................466 37721........................................................................................................................................................................467 37722.......................................................................................................................................................................467 37723.......................................................................................................................................................................468 37724.......................................................................................................................................................................469 37725.......................................................................................................................................................................469 37801........................................................................................................................................................................470 37802.......................................................................................................................................................................470 37803........................................................................................................................................................................471 37804........................................................................................................................................................................471 37805.......................................................................................................................................................................472 37806.......................................................................................................................................................................472 37807.......................................................................................................................................................................473 37808.......................................................................................................................................................................473 37809.......................................................................................................................................................................474 37810........................................................................................................................................................................474 37811.........................................................................................................................................................................475 37812........................................................................................................................................................................475 37813........................................................................................................................................................................476 38101.........................................................................................................................................................................477 38102........................................................................................................................................................................477 38103........................................................................................................................................................................477 38104.......................................................................................................................................................................478 38105........................................................................................................................................................................479 38106........................................................................................................................................................................479 38107.......................................................................................................................................................................480 38108.......................................................................................................................................................................480 38109........................................................................................................................................................................481 38110.........................................................................................................................................................................482 38111..........................................................................................................................................................................482 38112.........................................................................................................................................................................483

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38113.........................................................................................................................................................................483 38114........................................................................................................................................................................484 38115.........................................................................................................................................................................484 38116.........................................................................................................................................................................485 38117.........................................................................................................................................................................485 38118.........................................................................................................................................................................486 38119.........................................................................................................................................................................486 38120........................................................................................................................................................................487 38121.........................................................................................................................................................................487 38122........................................................................................................................................................................488 38123........................................................................................................................................................................489 38124........................................................................................................................................................................489 38125........................................................................................................................................................................489 38126........................................................................................................................................................................490 38127........................................................................................................................................................................490 38128.........................................................................................................................................................................491 38129.........................................................................................................................................................................491 38130........................................................................................................................................................................492 38132........................................................................................................................................................................493 38133........................................................................................................................................................................493 38134........................................................................................................................................................................493 38135........................................................................................................................................................................494 38136........................................................................................................................................................................495 38138........................................................................................................................................................................495 38139........................................................................................................................................................................496 38140.......................................................................................................................................................................496 38141.........................................................................................................................................................................497 38142........................................................................................................................................................................497 38143........................................................................................................................................................................497 38144.......................................................................................................................................................................498 38145........................................................................................................................................................................499 38146........................................................................................................................................................................499 38147........................................................................................................................................................................499 38148.......................................................................................................................................................................500 38150.........................................................................................................................................................................501 38151..........................................................................................................................................................................501 38152.........................................................................................................................................................................501 38153........................................................................................................................................................................502

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38154........................................................................................................................................................................502 38155........................................................................................................................................................................503 38158........................................................................................................................................................................503 38159........................................................................................................................................................................504 38160........................................................................................................................................................................505 38161.........................................................................................................................................................................505 38164........................................................................................................................................................................506 38165........................................................................................................................................................................506 38166........................................................................................................................................................................507 38167........................................................................................................................................................................507 38171.........................................................................................................................................................................508 38172........................................................................................................................................................................508 38173........................................................................................................................................................................508 38176........................................................................................................................................................................509 38177........................................................................................................................................................................509 38180........................................................................................................................................................................510 38181...........................................................................................................................................................................511 38182..........................................................................................................................................................................511 38183.........................................................................................................................................................................512 38184.........................................................................................................................................................................513 38185.........................................................................................................................................................................513 38186.........................................................................................................................................................................514 38188.........................................................................................................................................................................514 38189.........................................................................................................................................................................515 38190.........................................................................................................................................................................515 38191..........................................................................................................................................................................516 38192.........................................................................................................................................................................516 38193.........................................................................................................................................................................517 38194.........................................................................................................................................................................518 38195.........................................................................................................................................................................518 38197.........................................................................................................................................................................519 38198.........................................................................................................................................................................519 38199........................................................................................................................................................................520 38200.......................................................................................................................................................................520 38201.........................................................................................................................................................................521 38202........................................................................................................................................................................521 38203.......................................................................................................................................................................522 38204.......................................................................................................................................................................522

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38205.......................................................................................................................................................................523 38206.......................................................................................................................................................................523 38207.......................................................................................................................................................................524 38208.......................................................................................................................................................................524 38209.......................................................................................................................................................................525 38210........................................................................................................................................................................525 38211.........................................................................................................................................................................526 38212........................................................................................................................................................................526 38213.........................................................................................................................................................................527 38214........................................................................................................................................................................527 38215........................................................................................................................................................................528 38216........................................................................................................................................................................528 38217........................................................................................................................................................................529 38218........................................................................................................................................................................530 38219........................................................................................................................................................................530 38220........................................................................................................................................................................531 38221.........................................................................................................................................................................532 38222........................................................................................................................................................................532 38223........................................................................................................................................................................533 38224........................................................................................................................................................................533 38225.......................................................................................................................................................................534 38226........................................................................................................................................................................535 38227........................................................................................................................................................................535 38228.......................................................................................................................................................................536 38229.......................................................................................................................................................................536 38230.......................................................................................................................................................................537 38231........................................................................................................................................................................538 38232........................................................................................................................................................................538 38233........................................................................................................................................................................539 38234.......................................................................................................................................................................539 38235.......................................................................................................................................................................540 38236........................................................................................................................................................................541 38237........................................................................................................................................................................541 38238.......................................................................................................................................................................542 38239.......................................................................................................................................................................542 38240.......................................................................................................................................................................543 38241........................................................................................................................................................................544 38242.......................................................................................................................................................................544

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38243.......................................................................................................................................................................545 38244.......................................................................................................................................................................545 38245.......................................................................................................................................................................546 38246.......................................................................................................................................................................547 38301........................................................................................................................................................................547 38302.......................................................................................................................................................................548 38303.......................................................................................................................................................................549 38304.......................................................................................................................................................................549 38305.......................................................................................................................................................................550 38306........................................................................................................................................................................551 38307.......................................................................................................................................................................552 38308.......................................................................................................................................................................553 38309.......................................................................................................................................................................553 38310........................................................................................................................................................................554 38311.........................................................................................................................................................................555 38312........................................................................................................................................................................556 38313.........................................................................................................................................................................557 38314........................................................................................................................................................................557 38315........................................................................................................................................................................558 38316........................................................................................................................................................................559 38317........................................................................................................................................................................560 38318.........................................................................................................................................................................561 38319.........................................................................................................................................................................561 38320.......................................................................................................................................................................562 38321........................................................................................................................................................................562 38322........................................................................................................................................................................562 38323........................................................................................................................................................................563 38324.......................................................................................................................................................................564 38325.......................................................................................................................................................................564 38326.......................................................................................................................................................................564 38327........................................................................................................................................................................565 38328.......................................................................................................................................................................565 38329.......................................................................................................................................................................566 38330.......................................................................................................................................................................566 38331........................................................................................................................................................................567 38332.......................................................................................................................................................................568 38333........................................................................................................................................................................569 38334.......................................................................................................................................................................569

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38335.......................................................................................................................................................................570 38336.......................................................................................................................................................................570 38337.........................................................................................................................................................................571 38338........................................................................................................................................................................571 38339........................................................................................................................................................................571 38340.......................................................................................................................................................................572 38341........................................................................................................................................................................572 38342........................................................................................................................................................................573 38343........................................................................................................................................................................573 38344.......................................................................................................................................................................574 38345.......................................................................................................................................................................574 38346.......................................................................................................................................................................575 38347.......................................................................................................................................................................576 38348.......................................................................................................................................................................576 38349.......................................................................................................................................................................577 38350.......................................................................................................................................................................577 38351........................................................................................................................................................................578 38352........................................................................................................................................................................578 38353........................................................................................................................................................................579 38354.......................................................................................................................................................................580 38355.......................................................................................................................................................................580 38356........................................................................................................................................................................581 38357........................................................................................................................................................................581 38358.......................................................................................................................................................................582 38359.......................................................................................................................................................................582 38360.......................................................................................................................................................................583 38361........................................................................................................................................................................583 38362.......................................................................................................................................................................584 38363.......................................................................................................................................................................585 38364.......................................................................................................................................................................585 38365.......................................................................................................................................................................586 38366.......................................................................................................................................................................586 38367.......................................................................................................................................................................587 38368.......................................................................................................................................................................588 38369.......................................................................................................................................................................588 38370.......................................................................................................................................................................589 38371........................................................................................................................................................................589 38372.......................................................................................................................................................................590

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38373.......................................................................................................................................................................590 38374........................................................................................................................................................................591 38375........................................................................................................................................................................592 38376.......................................................................................................................................................................592 38377........................................................................................................................................................................593 38378........................................................................................................................................................................593 38379.......................................................................................................................................................................594 38380.......................................................................................................................................................................594 38381........................................................................................................................................................................595 38382.......................................................................................................................................................................595 38400......................................................................................................................................................................596 38401........................................................................................................................................................................596 38402.......................................................................................................................................................................597 38403.......................................................................................................................................................................597 38404......................................................................................................................................................................598 38405.......................................................................................................................................................................598 38406.......................................................................................................................................................................598 38407.......................................................................................................................................................................599 38408.......................................................................................................................................................................599 38409......................................................................................................................................................................600 38410.......................................................................................................................................................................600 38800.......................................................................................................................................................................601 38801........................................................................................................................................................................601 38802.......................................................................................................................................................................602 38803.......................................................................................................................................................................602 38804......................................................................................................................................................................603 38805.......................................................................................................................................................................603 38806......................................................................................................................................................................604 38807......................................................................................................................................................................604 38808......................................................................................................................................................................605 38809......................................................................................................................................................................605 38810.......................................................................................................................................................................606 38811.........................................................................................................................................................................607 38812........................................................................................................................................................................607 38813........................................................................................................................................................................607 38814.......................................................................................................................................................................608 38815........................................................................................................................................................................608 38816........................................................................................................................................................................609

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38817........................................................................................................................................................................609 38818........................................................................................................................................................................610 38819.........................................................................................................................................................................610 38820.........................................................................................................................................................................611 38821..........................................................................................................................................................................611 38822........................................................................................................................................................................612 38823........................................................................................................................................................................612 38824........................................................................................................................................................................612 38825........................................................................................................................................................................613 38826........................................................................................................................................................................613 38827........................................................................................................................................................................614 38828........................................................................................................................................................................615 39101..........................................................................................................................................................................615 39102.........................................................................................................................................................................616 39103.........................................................................................................................................................................616 39104.........................................................................................................................................................................617 39105.........................................................................................................................................................................617 39106.........................................................................................................................................................................618 39107.........................................................................................................................................................................618 39108.........................................................................................................................................................................619 39109.........................................................................................................................................................................619 39110........................................................................................................................................................................ 620 39111..........................................................................................................................................................................620 39112..........................................................................................................................................................................621 39301.........................................................................................................................................................................621 39302.......................................................................................................................................................................622 39303.......................................................................................................................................................................622 39304.......................................................................................................................................................................623 39305.......................................................................................................................................................................623 39306.......................................................................................................................................................................624 39307.......................................................................................................................................................................624 39400.......................................................................................................................................................................625 39401........................................................................................................................................................................625 39402.......................................................................................................................................................................626 39403.......................................................................................................................................................................626 39404.......................................................................................................................................................................627 39405.......................................................................................................................................................................627 39406.......................................................................................................................................................................627

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39407.......................................................................................................................................................................628 39408.......................................................................................................................................................................628 39409.......................................................................................................................................................................629 39410........................................................................................................................................................................629 39411.........................................................................................................................................................................630 39412........................................................................................................................................................................630 39413.........................................................................................................................................................................631 39414.........................................................................................................................................................................631 39415........................................................................................................................................................................632 39416........................................................................................................................................................................632 39417........................................................................................................................................................................633 39418........................................................................................................................................................................633 39419........................................................................................................................................................................634 39420.......................................................................................................................................................................634 39421........................................................................................................................................................................635 39422.......................................................................................................................................................................635 39423.......................................................................................................................................................................636 39424.......................................................................................................................................................................636 39425.......................................................................................................................................................................637 39426.......................................................................................................................................................................637 39427.......................................................................................................................................................................638 39430.......................................................................................................................................................................638 39432.......................................................................................................................................................................639 39433.......................................................................................................................................................................639 39434......................................................................................................................................................................640 39435........................................................................................................................................................................641 39436........................................................................................................................................................................641 39437........................................................................................................................................................................641 39438.......................................................................................................................................................................642 39439.......................................................................................................................................................................642 39440......................................................................................................................................................................643 39441........................................................................................................................................................................643 39442.......................................................................................................................................................................643 39443.......................................................................................................................................................................644 39444......................................................................................................................................................................644 39445.......................................................................................................................................................................645 39446.......................................................................................................................................................................645 39447.......................................................................................................................................................................646

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39448......................................................................................................................................................................646 39449.......................................................................................................................................................................647 39450.......................................................................................................................................................................647 39451........................................................................................................................................................................648 39452.......................................................................................................................................................................648 39453.......................................................................................................................................................................649 39454.......................................................................................................................................................................649 39455.......................................................................................................................................................................650 39456.......................................................................................................................................................................650 39457........................................................................................................................................................................651 39458........................................................................................................................................................................651 39459.......................................................................................................................................................................652 39460.......................................................................................................................................................................652 39461........................................................................................................................................................................653 39462.......................................................................................................................................................................653 39463.......................................................................................................................................................................653 39464.......................................................................................................................................................................653 39465.......................................................................................................................................................................654 39466.......................................................................................................................................................................654 39467.......................................................................................................................................................................655 39468.......................................................................................................................................................................655 39469.......................................................................................................................................................................655 39471........................................................................................................................................................................656 39472.......................................................................................................................................................................656 39473.......................................................................................................................................................................657 39474.......................................................................................................................................................................657 39501........................................................................................................................................................................658 39502.......................................................................................................................................................................658 39503.......................................................................................................................................................................659 39504.......................................................................................................................................................................659 39505.......................................................................................................................................................................660 39506.......................................................................................................................................................................660 39507........................................................................................................................................................................661 39508........................................................................................................................................................................661 39509.......................................................................................................................................................................662 39510........................................................................................................................................................................663 39511.........................................................................................................................................................................663 39512........................................................................................................................................................................664

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39513........................................................................................................................................................................664 39514........................................................................................................................................................................665 39515........................................................................................................................................................................665 39516........................................................................................................................................................................666 39517........................................................................................................................................................................666 39518........................................................................................................................................................................667 39519........................................................................................................................................................................667 39800......................................................................................................................................................................668 39801........................................................................................................................................................................668 39802.......................................................................................................................................................................669 39803.......................................................................................................................................................................669 39804......................................................................................................................................................................670 39805.......................................................................................................................................................................670 39806........................................................................................................................................................................671 39807.......................................................................................................................................................................672 39808.......................................................................................................................................................................672 39809.......................................................................................................................................................................673 40001.......................................................................................................................................................................673 40002......................................................................................................................................................................674 40003......................................................................................................................................................................674 40004......................................................................................................................................................................675 40005......................................................................................................................................................................675 40006......................................................................................................................................................................676 40007......................................................................................................................................................................676 40008......................................................................................................................................................................677 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40014.......................................................................................................................................................................680 40015........................................................................................................................................................................681 40016........................................................................................................................................................................681 40017.......................................................................................................................................................................682 40018.......................................................................................................................................................................683 40019.......................................................................................................................................................................683 40020......................................................................................................................................................................684 40021.......................................................................................................................................................................685

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40022......................................................................................................................................................................685 40023......................................................................................................................................................................686 40024......................................................................................................................................................................686 40025.......................................................................................................................................................................687 40026......................................................................................................................................................................687 40027......................................................................................................................................................................688 40028......................................................................................................................................................................689 40029......................................................................................................................................................................689 40030......................................................................................................................................................................690 40031.......................................................................................................................................................................690 40032.......................................................................................................................................................................691 40033.......................................................................................................................................................................692 40034......................................................................................................................................................................692 40035.......................................................................................................................................................................693 40036......................................................................................................................................................................693 40037......................................................................................................................................................................694 40038......................................................................................................................................................................695 40039......................................................................................................................................................................695 40040......................................................................................................................................................................696 40041.......................................................................................................................................................................696 40042......................................................................................................................................................................697 40043......................................................................................................................................................................697 40044......................................................................................................................................................................698 40045......................................................................................................................................................................699 40046......................................................................................................................................................................699 40047......................................................................................................................................................................700 40048.......................................................................................................................................................................701 40049.......................................................................................................................................................................701 40050......................................................................................................................................................................702 40200......................................................................................................................................................................702 40201.......................................................................................................................................................................703 40202......................................................................................................................................................................703 40203......................................................................................................................................................................704 40204......................................................................................................................................................................704 40205......................................................................................................................................................................705 40206......................................................................................................................................................................706 40207......................................................................................................................................................................706 40208......................................................................................................................................................................706

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40209......................................................................................................................................................................706 40210.......................................................................................................................................................................707 40211........................................................................................................................................................................707 40212........................................................................................................................................................................707 40213........................................................................................................................................................................708 40214.......................................................................................................................................................................708 40215.......................................................................................................................................................................708 40216.......................................................................................................................................................................709 40217.......................................................................................................................................................................709 40218........................................................................................................................................................................710 40219........................................................................................................................................................................710 40220........................................................................................................................................................................711 40221..........................................................................................................................................................................711 40222........................................................................................................................................................................712 40224........................................................................................................................................................................712 40225........................................................................................................................................................................713 40226........................................................................................................................................................................713 40228........................................................................................................................................................................714 40230.......................................................................................................................................................................714 40231.........................................................................................................................................................................715 40232........................................................................................................................................................................716 40233........................................................................................................................................................................716 40235........................................................................................................................................................................717 40236........................................................................................................................................................................717 40237........................................................................................................................................................................718 40238........................................................................................................................................................................718 40239........................................................................................................................................................................719 40240.......................................................................................................................................................................719 40241.......................................................................................................................................................................720 40242.......................................................................................................................................................................720 40243.......................................................................................................................................................................720 40244.......................................................................................................................................................................721 40245.......................................................................................................................................................................722 40246.......................................................................................................................................................................722 40250.......................................................................................................................................................................722 40251........................................................................................................................................................................723 40252.......................................................................................................................................................................723 40253.......................................................................................................................................................................724

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40254.......................................................................................................................................................................724 40257.......................................................................................................................................................................725 40258.......................................................................................................................................................................725 40260.......................................................................................................................................................................726 40261........................................................................................................................................................................726 40262.......................................................................................................................................................................727 40263.......................................................................................................................................................................728 40264.......................................................................................................................................................................728 40265.......................................................................................................................................................................729 40266.......................................................................................................................................................................730 40267.......................................................................................................................................................................730 40268........................................................................................................................................................................731 40269.......................................................................................................................................................................732 40270.......................................................................................................................................................................732 40271........................................................................................................................................................................733 40272.......................................................................................................................................................................733 40273.......................................................................................................................................................................734 40274.......................................................................................................................................................................734 40275.......................................................................................................................................................................735 40276.......................................................................................................................................................................736 40277.......................................................................................................................................................................736 40278.......................................................................................................................................................................737 40279.......................................................................................................................................................................737 40280.......................................................................................................................................................................738 40281........................................................................................................................................................................738 40282.......................................................................................................................................................................739 40283......................................................................................................................................................................740 40284......................................................................................................................................................................740 40285........................................................................................................................................................................741 40286.......................................................................................................................................................................741 40287.......................................................................................................................................................................742 40288.......................................................................................................................................................................742 40289.......................................................................................................................................................................743 40290......................................................................................................................................................................744 40291.......................................................................................................................................................................744 40292.......................................................................................................................................................................745 40293.......................................................................................................................................................................745 40294......................................................................................................................................................................746

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40295.......................................................................................................................................................................747 40296.......................................................................................................................................................................747 40297.......................................................................................................................................................................748 40298......................................................................................................................................................................748 40301.......................................................................................................................................................................749 40302......................................................................................................................................................................749 40355.......................................................................................................................................................................750 40358.......................................................................................................................................................................750 40401........................................................................................................................................................................751 40402.......................................................................................................................................................................752 40403.......................................................................................................................................................................752 40404......................................................................................................................................................................753 40405......................................................................................................................................................................754 40406......................................................................................................................................................................754 40407.......................................................................................................................................................................755 40408......................................................................................................................................................................755 40409......................................................................................................................................................................756 40410.......................................................................................................................................................................757 40411.........................................................................................................................................................................757 40412........................................................................................................................................................................758 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40456.......................................................................................................................................................................761 40457.......................................................................................................................................................................762 40458.......................................................................................................................................................................762 40466......................................................................................................................................................................762 40469.......................................................................................................................................................................763 40472.......................................................................................................................................................................763 40473.......................................................................................................................................................................764 40476.......................................................................................................................................................................765 40477.......................................................................................................................................................................765 40478......................................................................................................................................................................766 40479.......................................................................................................................................................................767 40493.......................................................................................................................................................................767 40497......................................................................................................................................................................768

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40535.......................................................................................................................................................................768 40536.......................................................................................................................................................................769 40537.......................................................................................................................................................................769 40538.......................................................................................................................................................................769 40601.......................................................................................................................................................................770 40602......................................................................................................................................................................770 40603........................................................................................................................................................................771 40604.......................................................................................................................................................................771 40605........................................................................................................................................................................771 40606.......................................................................................................................................................................772 40607.......................................................................................................................................................................772 40608.......................................................................................................................................................................773 40609......................................................................................................................................................................774 40610.......................................................................................................................................................................774 40611.........................................................................................................................................................................775 40612........................................................................................................................................................................775 40613........................................................................................................................................................................775 40614.......................................................................................................................................................................776 40615........................................................................................................................................................................776 40616........................................................................................................................................................................776 40617........................................................................................................................................................................777 40618........................................................................................................................................................................778 40619........................................................................................................................................................................778 40620.......................................................................................................................................................................779 40621........................................................................................................................................................................779 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40629.......................................................................................................................................................................782 40630.......................................................................................................................................................................782 40631........................................................................................................................................................................782 40632.......................................................................................................................................................................783 40633.......................................................................................................................................................................783 40634.......................................................................................................................................................................783 40635.......................................................................................................................................................................784 40636.......................................................................................................................................................................784

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40638.......................................................................................................................................................................785 40643.......................................................................................................................................................................785 40644......................................................................................................................................................................786 40645......................................................................................................................................................................786 40646......................................................................................................................................................................787 40647.......................................................................................................................................................................787 40648......................................................................................................................................................................787 40649......................................................................................................................................................................788 40650......................................................................................................................................................................788 40652.......................................................................................................................................................................789 40653.......................................................................................................................................................................789 40661.......................................................................................................................................................................790 40663......................................................................................................................................................................790 40664.......................................................................................................................................................................791 40665.......................................................................................................................................................................792 40666.......................................................................................................................................................................793 40667.......................................................................................................................................................................793 40668......................................................................................................................................................................794 40669.......................................................................................................................................................................795 40670.......................................................................................................................................................................795 40672.......................................................................................................................................................................795 40674......................................................................................................................................................................796 40676.......................................................................................................................................................................796 40678.......................................................................................................................................................................796 40680......................................................................................................................................................................797 40683.......................................................................................................................................................................797 40684......................................................................................................................................................................798 40692.......................................................................................................................................................................798 40694......................................................................................................................................................................798 40696......................................................................................................................................................................799 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40725....................................................................................................................................................................... 801 40728....................................................................................................................................................................... 801 40741........................................................................................................................................................................801

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40756.......................................................................................................................................................................805 40757.......................................................................................................................................................................806 40758.......................................................................................................................................................................807 40801.......................................................................................................................................................................808 40802......................................................................................................................................................................808 40803......................................................................................................................................................................809 40804.......................................................................................................................................................................810 40805........................................................................................................................................................................811 40806........................................................................................................................................................................811 40807.......................................................................................................................................................................812 40808.......................................................................................................................................................................813 40809.......................................................................................................................................................................814 40810........................................................................................................................................................................815 40811.........................................................................................................................................................................815 40812........................................................................................................................................................................816 40813.........................................................................................................................................................................817 40814........................................................................................................................................................................817 40815........................................................................................................................................................................818 40816........................................................................................................................................................................818 40822.......................................................................................................................................................................818 40826.......................................................................................................................................................................819 40871........................................................................................................................................................................819 40872......................................................................................................................................................................820 40901........................................................................................................................................................................821 40902.......................................................................................................................................................................821 40903.......................................................................................................................................................................822 40904......................................................................................................................................................................823 40905.......................................................................................................................................................................823 40906......................................................................................................................................................................824 40907......................................................................................................................................................................824 40908......................................................................................................................................................................825 40909......................................................................................................................................................................826 40910.......................................................................................................................................................................826

Kodak Confidential

40911.........................................................................................................................................................................827 40912........................................................................................................................................................................828 40913........................................................................................................................................................................828 40914.......................................................................................................................................................................829 40915........................................................................................................................................................................829 40916.......................................................................................................................................................................830 40917.........................................................................................................................................................................831 40918........................................................................................................................................................................831 40919........................................................................................................................................................................832 40920.......................................................................................................................................................................833 40921........................................................................................................................................................................833 40922.......................................................................................................................................................................834 40923.......................................................................................................................................................................834 40924.......................................................................................................................................................................835 40925.......................................................................................................................................................................836 40926.......................................................................................................................................................................836 40927.......................................................................................................................................................................837 40928.......................................................................................................................................................................838 40929.......................................................................................................................................................................838 40930......................................................................................................................................................................839 40931........................................................................................................................................................................839 40932......................................................................................................................................................................840 40933........................................................................................................................................................................841 40934.......................................................................................................................................................................841 40935.......................................................................................................................................................................842 40937.......................................................................................................................................................................842 40938.......................................................................................................................................................................843 40939.......................................................................................................................................................................843 40940......................................................................................................................................................................844 40941.......................................................................................................................................................................844 40942......................................................................................................................................................................844 40943......................................................................................................................................................................845 40944......................................................................................................................................................................845 40945......................................................................................................................................................................846 40946......................................................................................................................................................................846 40947......................................................................................................................................................................847 40948......................................................................................................................................................................847 40949......................................................................................................................................................................847

Kodak Confidential

40950......................................................................................................................................................................848 40951.......................................................................................................................................................................848 40952...................................................................................................................................................................... 849 40953...................................................................................................................................................................... 849 40954......................................................................................................................................................................850 41001........................................................................................................................................................................850 41003........................................................................................................................................................................851 41004........................................................................................................................................................................851 41013..........................................................................................................................................................................851 41019.........................................................................................................................................................................851 41020.......................................................................................................................................................................852 41021.........................................................................................................................................................................852 41026........................................................................................................................................................................852 41027........................................................................................................................................................................852 41028........................................................................................................................................................................853 41029........................................................................................................................................................................853 41033........................................................................................................................................................................853 41039.......................................................................................................................................................................854 41040.......................................................................................................................................................................854 41041........................................................................................................................................................................854 41043.......................................................................................................................................................................854 41044.......................................................................................................................................................................855 41045........................................................................................................................................................................855 41046.......................................................................................................................................................................855 41047.......................................................................................................................................................................856 41048.......................................................................................................................................................................856 41052........................................................................................................................................................................856 41063........................................................................................................................................................................856 41066........................................................................................................................................................................857 41067........................................................................................................................................................................857 41069........................................................................................................................................................................857 41070.......................................................................................................................................................................858 41081........................................................................................................................................................................858 41082........................................................................................................................................................................858 41083........................................................................................................................................................................858 41084.......................................................................................................................................................................859 41085........................................................................................................................................................................859 43001.......................................................................................................................................................................859

Kodak Confidential

43002......................................................................................................................................................................860 43003.......................................................................................................................................................................861 43004.......................................................................................................................................................................861 43005.......................................................................................................................................................................862 43006......................................................................................................................................................................863 43007.......................................................................................................................................................................863 43008......................................................................................................................................................................864 43009......................................................................................................................................................................865 43010.......................................................................................................................................................................866 43011........................................................................................................................................................................866 43012........................................................................................................................................................................867 43013........................................................................................................................................................................868 43014.......................................................................................................................................................................869 43015........................................................................................................................................................................870 43016........................................................................................................................................................................872 43017........................................................................................................................................................................873 43018........................................................................................................................................................................873 43019.......................................................................................................................................................................874 43020......................................................................................................................................................................874 43021........................................................................................................................................................................875 43022.......................................................................................................................................................................875 43023.......................................................................................................................................................................877 43024.......................................................................................................................................................................877 43025.......................................................................................................................................................................878 43026.......................................................................................................................................................................879 43027.......................................................................................................................................................................880 43028........................................................................................................................................................................881 43029.......................................................................................................................................................................882 43030.......................................................................................................................................................................883 43031........................................................................................................................................................................883 43032.......................................................................................................................................................................884 43033.......................................................................................................................................................................884 43034.......................................................................................................................................................................885 43035.......................................................................................................................................................................885 43036.......................................................................................................................................................................886 43200......................................................................................................................................................................886 43201........................................................................................................................................................................887 43301........................................................................................................................................................................887

Kodak Confidential

43302.......................................................................................................................................................................888 43303.......................................................................................................................................................................889 43304.......................................................................................................................................................................889 43305.......................................................................................................................................................................890 43306........................................................................................................................................................................891 43307........................................................................................................................................................................891 43308.......................................................................................................................................................................893 43309.......................................................................................................................................................................893 43310........................................................................................................................................................................894 43311.........................................................................................................................................................................895 43312........................................................................................................................................................................895 43313........................................................................................................................................................................896 43314........................................................................................................................................................................896 43315........................................................................................................................................................................897 43500.......................................................................................................................................................................897 43501........................................................................................................................................................................898 43601.......................................................................................................................................................................899 43602.......................................................................................................................................................................899 43603......................................................................................................................................................................900 43604......................................................................................................................................................................900 43605....................................................................................................................................................................... 901 43606....................................................................................................................................................................... 901 43900......................................................................................................................................................................902 43901.......................................................................................................................................................................902 43902.......................................................................................................................................................................902 43903.......................................................................................................................................................................903 43904......................................................................................................................................................................903 43905......................................................................................................................................................................904 43909......................................................................................................................................................................904 44201.......................................................................................................................................................................905 44202......................................................................................................................................................................906 44203......................................................................................................................................................................906 44204......................................................................................................................................................................907 44205......................................................................................................................................................................907 44206......................................................................................................................................................................908 44207......................................................................................................................................................................908 44208......................................................................................................................................................................909 44209......................................................................................................................................................................909

Kodak Confidential

44210........................................................................................................................................................................910 44211.........................................................................................................................................................................910 44212..........................................................................................................................................................................911 44213..........................................................................................................................................................................911 44214.........................................................................................................................................................................912 44215.........................................................................................................................................................................912 44300.......................................................................................................................................................................913 44301.........................................................................................................................................................................913 44302.......................................................................................................................................................................914 44303........................................................................................................................................................................915 44304.......................................................................................................................................................................915 44305.......................................................................................................................................................................916 44306.......................................................................................................................................................................916 44307........................................................................................................................................................................917 44308.......................................................................................................................................................................917 44309.......................................................................................................................................................................918 44310........................................................................................................................................................................918 44311.........................................................................................................................................................................919 44315........................................................................................................................................................................920 44316.......................................................................................................................................................................920 44317.........................................................................................................................................................................921 44318.........................................................................................................................................................................921 44401.......................................................................................................................................................................922 44402......................................................................................................................................................................922 44403.......................................................................................................................................................................923 44404......................................................................................................................................................................923 44405......................................................................................................................................................................924 44406......................................................................................................................................................................924 44407.......................................................................................................................................................................925 44408......................................................................................................................................................................925 44500......................................................................................................................................................................926 44501........................................................................................................................................................................927 44502.......................................................................................................................................................................927 44503.......................................................................................................................................................................928 44504......................................................................................................................................................................929 44505.......................................................................................................................................................................929 44506......................................................................................................................................................................930 44507........................................................................................................................................................................931

Kodak Confidential

44508.......................................................................................................................................................................931 44509.......................................................................................................................................................................932 44510........................................................................................................................................................................933 44511.........................................................................................................................................................................933 44512........................................................................................................................................................................934 44513........................................................................................................................................................................935 44514........................................................................................................................................................................935 44515........................................................................................................................................................................936 44516........................................................................................................................................................................937 44517........................................................................................................................................................................937 44518........................................................................................................................................................................938 44519........................................................................................................................................................................939 44520.......................................................................................................................................................................939 44521.......................................................................................................................................................................940 44522........................................................................................................................................................................941 44523........................................................................................................................................................................941 44524.......................................................................................................................................................................942 44525.......................................................................................................................................................................942 44526.......................................................................................................................................................................943 44527.......................................................................................................................................................................944 44528......................................................................................................................................................................944 44529.......................................................................................................................................................................945 44530.......................................................................................................................................................................945 44531........................................................................................................................................................................946 44532.......................................................................................................................................................................947 44533.......................................................................................................................................................................948 44534......................................................................................................................................................................948 44535.......................................................................................................................................................................949 44536.......................................................................................................................................................................950 44537.......................................................................................................................................................................950 44538........................................................................................................................................................................951 44539.......................................................................................................................................................................952 44540......................................................................................................................................................................952 44541........................................................................................................................................................................953 44542.......................................................................................................................................................................954 44543.......................................................................................................................................................................954 44544.......................................................................................................................................................................955 44545.......................................................................................................................................................................955

Kodak Confidential

44546.......................................................................................................................................................................956 44547.......................................................................................................................................................................956 44600......................................................................................................................................................................956 44601.......................................................................................................................................................................957 44602.......................................................................................................................................................................957 44603......................................................................................................................................................................958 44604......................................................................................................................................................................958 44605......................................................................................................................................................................959 44606......................................................................................................................................................................960 44607......................................................................................................................................................................960 44608.......................................................................................................................................................................961 44609.......................................................................................................................................................................961 44610.......................................................................................................................................................................962 44611........................................................................................................................................................................962 44612........................................................................................................................................................................963 44613........................................................................................................................................................................963 44614.......................................................................................................................................................................964 44615....................................................................................................................................................................... 964 44800......................................................................................................................................................................965 44801.......................................................................................................................................................................965 44802......................................................................................................................................................................966 44803......................................................................................................................................................................966 44804......................................................................................................................................................................967 44805......................................................................................................................................................................967 44806......................................................................................................................................................................968 44807......................................................................................................................................................................968 44808......................................................................................................................................................................969 44809......................................................................................................................................................................969 44832.......................................................................................................................................................................970 44833.......................................................................................................................................................................970 44834........................................................................................................................................................................971 44835........................................................................................................................................................................971 44836.......................................................................................................................................................................972 44837.......................................................................................................................................................................972 44848.......................................................................................................................................................................973 44849.......................................................................................................................................................................973 44850......................................................................................................................................................................974 44851........................................................................................................................................................................974

Kodak Confidential

44852.......................................................................................................................................................................975 44896.......................................................................................................................................................................975 44897.......................................................................................................................................................................976 44898.......................................................................................................................................................................976 44899.......................................................................................................................................................................977 44946.......................................................................................................................................................................977 44947.......................................................................................................................................................................978 44948......................................................................................................................................................................978 44949......................................................................................................................................................................979 44950......................................................................................................................................................................979 44951.......................................................................................................................................................................980 44952......................................................................................................................................................................980 44953........................................................................................................................................................................981 44954.......................................................................................................................................................................981 44955.......................................................................................................................................................................982 44956.......................................................................................................................................................................982 44957.......................................................................................................................................................................983 44958.......................................................................................................................................................................983 44959......................................................................................................................................................................984 44960......................................................................................................................................................................985 44961.......................................................................................................................................................................985 44962.......................................................................................................................................................................986 44963.......................................................................................................................................................................986 44964......................................................................................................................................................................987 44965.......................................................................................................................................................................987 44966......................................................................................................................................................................988 44967.......................................................................................................................................................................988 44968......................................................................................................................................................................989 44969......................................................................................................................................................................989 44970......................................................................................................................................................................990 44971.......................................................................................................................................................................990 44972........................................................................................................................................................................991 44973.......................................................................................................................................................................992 44974.......................................................................................................................................................................993 44975.......................................................................................................................................................................994 44976......................................................................................................................................................................994 44977.......................................................................................................................................................................995 44978.......................................................................................................................................................................996

Kodak Confidential

44979.......................................................................................................................................................................996 44980......................................................................................................................................................................996 44981.......................................................................................................................................................................997 44982......................................................................................................................................................................998 44983.......................................................................................................................................................................998 44984......................................................................................................................................................................999 44985.......................................................................................................................................................................999 44986....................................................................................................................................................................1000 44987....................................................................................................................................................................1000 44988.....................................................................................................................................................................1001 44989....................................................................................................................................................................1002 44990....................................................................................................................................................................1002 44991.....................................................................................................................................................................1003 44992.....................................................................................................................................................................1003 44993.....................................................................................................................................................................1005 44994....................................................................................................................................................................1007 44995....................................................................................................................................................................1008 44996....................................................................................................................................................................1008 44997....................................................................................................................................................................1009 44998.....................................................................................................................................................................1010 44999.....................................................................................................................................................................1010 45000......................................................................................................................................................................1011 45001.......................................................................................................................................................................1011 45008......................................................................................................................................................................1011 45009.....................................................................................................................................................................1012 45010.......................................................................................................................................................................1013 45011........................................................................................................................................................................1013 45012.......................................................................................................................................................................1014 45013.......................................................................................................................................................................1014 45014.......................................................................................................................................................................1015 45015.......................................................................................................................................................................1015 45016.......................................................................................................................................................................1016 45017.......................................................................................................................................................................1017 45018.......................................................................................................................................................................1017 45019.......................................................................................................................................................................1018 45020.....................................................................................................................................................................1018 45021.......................................................................................................................................................................1019 45022......................................................................................................................................................................1019

Kodak Confidential

45023.....................................................................................................................................................................1020 45024......................................................................................................................................................................1021 45025.....................................................................................................................................................................1022 45026.....................................................................................................................................................................1022 45027.....................................................................................................................................................................1023 45028.....................................................................................................................................................................1023 45029.....................................................................................................................................................................1024 45030.....................................................................................................................................................................1024 45031......................................................................................................................................................................1025 45032.....................................................................................................................................................................1025 45033.....................................................................................................................................................................1026 45034.....................................................................................................................................................................1027 45035.....................................................................................................................................................................1028 45036.....................................................................................................................................................................1029 45037.....................................................................................................................................................................1029 45038.....................................................................................................................................................................1030 45039...................................................................................................................................................................... 1031 45040.....................................................................................................................................................................1031 45041......................................................................................................................................................................1032 45042.....................................................................................................................................................................1032 45043.....................................................................................................................................................................1033 45044....................................................................................................................................................................1034 45045.....................................................................................................................................................................1035 45100......................................................................................................................................................................1035 45101.......................................................................................................................................................................1036 45102......................................................................................................................................................................1036 45103......................................................................................................................................................................1037 45104......................................................................................................................................................................1038 45105......................................................................................................................................................................1038 45204.....................................................................................................................................................................1039 45205.....................................................................................................................................................................1039 45206....................................................................................................................................................................1040 45207.....................................................................................................................................................................1040 45216.......................................................................................................................................................................1041 45230......................................................................................................................................................................1041 45232.....................................................................................................................................................................1042 45233.....................................................................................................................................................................1042 45235.....................................................................................................................................................................1042

Kodak Confidential

45236.....................................................................................................................................................................1043 45238.....................................................................................................................................................................1043 45239.....................................................................................................................................................................1044 45240....................................................................................................................................................................1044 45241......................................................................................................................................................................1045 45242.....................................................................................................................................................................1045 45244.....................................................................................................................................................................1046 45247.....................................................................................................................................................................1046 45248.....................................................................................................................................................................1047 45249.....................................................................................................................................................................1047 45250.....................................................................................................................................................................1048 45251......................................................................................................................................................................1048 45263.....................................................................................................................................................................1049 45264.....................................................................................................................................................................1049 45265.....................................................................................................................................................................1050 45279.....................................................................................................................................................................1050 45283.....................................................................................................................................................................1050 45284......................................................................................................................................................................1051 45285......................................................................................................................................................................1051 45286..................................................................................................................................................................... 1052 45287..................................................................................................................................................................... 1052 45292..................................................................................................................................................................... 1053 45293......................................................................................................................................................................1053 45294.....................................................................................................................................................................1054 45295.....................................................................................................................................................................1054 45298..................................................................................................................................................................... 1055 45301...................................................................................................................................................................... 1055 45302.....................................................................................................................................................................1056 45303.....................................................................................................................................................................1056 45304.....................................................................................................................................................................1057 45400.....................................................................................................................................................................1057 45401......................................................................................................................................................................1058 45700.....................................................................................................................................................................1058 45701......................................................................................................................................................................1059 45702.....................................................................................................................................................................1059 45703.....................................................................................................................................................................1060 45704....................................................................................................................................................................1060 45705......................................................................................................................................................................1061

Kodak Confidential

45706......................................................................................................................................................................1061 45707.....................................................................................................................................................................1062 45708.....................................................................................................................................................................1062 45709.....................................................................................................................................................................1063 45710......................................................................................................................................................................1063 45711.......................................................................................................................................................................1064 45802.....................................................................................................................................................................1064 45803.....................................................................................................................................................................1065 45837.....................................................................................................................................................................1065 45838.....................................................................................................................................................................1066 45839.....................................................................................................................................................................1067 45840.....................................................................................................................................................................1067 45841......................................................................................................................................................................1068 45842.....................................................................................................................................................................1068 45843.....................................................................................................................................................................1069 45913......................................................................................................................................................................1069 46201......................................................................................................................................................................1069 46202.....................................................................................................................................................................1070 46203.....................................................................................................................................................................1070 46204......................................................................................................................................................................1071 46205......................................................................................................................................................................1071 46206.....................................................................................................................................................................1072 46207.....................................................................................................................................................................1072 46208.....................................................................................................................................................................1073 46209.....................................................................................................................................................................1073 46210......................................................................................................................................................................1074 46211.......................................................................................................................................................................1074 46212......................................................................................................................................................................1075 46213......................................................................................................................................................................1075 46214......................................................................................................................................................................1076 46501......................................................................................................................................................................1076 46502.....................................................................................................................................................................1077 46503.....................................................................................................................................................................1077 46504.....................................................................................................................................................................1078 46505.....................................................................................................................................................................1078 46506.....................................................................................................................................................................1079 46507.....................................................................................................................................................................1079 46508....................................................................................................................................................................1080

Kodak Confidential

46509....................................................................................................................................................................1080 46510.......................................................................................................................................................................1081 46511........................................................................................................................................................................1081 46512......................................................................................................................................................................1082 46513......................................................................................................................................................................1082 46514......................................................................................................................................................................1083 46515......................................................................................................................................................................1083 46516......................................................................................................................................................................1084 46517......................................................................................................................................................................1084 46518......................................................................................................................................................................1085 46519......................................................................................................................................................................1085 46601.....................................................................................................................................................................1086 46602.....................................................................................................................................................................1086 46603.....................................................................................................................................................................1087 46604....................................................................................................................................................................1087 46605.....................................................................................................................................................................1088 46606....................................................................................................................................................................1089 46607.....................................................................................................................................................................1089 46608....................................................................................................................................................................1089 46609....................................................................................................................................................................1090 46610.....................................................................................................................................................................1090 46611........................................................................................................................................................................1091 46612......................................................................................................................................................................1092 46613......................................................................................................................................................................1092 46614......................................................................................................................................................................1093 46615......................................................................................................................................................................1094 46616......................................................................................................................................................................1095 46617......................................................................................................................................................................1095 46618......................................................................................................................................................................1096 46619......................................................................................................................................................................1097 46701......................................................................................................................................................................1097 46702.....................................................................................................................................................................1098 46703.....................................................................................................................................................................1099 46704....................................................................................................................................................................1099 46705.....................................................................................................................................................................1100 46706.....................................................................................................................................................................1100 46707.......................................................................................................................................................................1101 46708.......................................................................................................................................................................1101

Kodak Confidential

46709......................................................................................................................................................................1102 46710.......................................................................................................................................................................1103 46711........................................................................................................................................................................1103 46712.......................................................................................................................................................................1104 46713.......................................................................................................................................................................1105 46714.......................................................................................................................................................................1105 46715.......................................................................................................................................................................1106 46716.......................................................................................................................................................................1107 46717.......................................................................................................................................................................1107 46718.......................................................................................................................................................................1108 46719.......................................................................................................................................................................1109 46720......................................................................................................................................................................1109 46721........................................................................................................................................................................1110 46722.......................................................................................................................................................................1110 46723........................................................................................................................................................................1111 46724.......................................................................................................................................................................1112 46725.......................................................................................................................................................................1112 46801........................................................................................................................................................................1113 46802.......................................................................................................................................................................1114 46803.......................................................................................................................................................................1114 46804.......................................................................................................................................................................1115 46806.......................................................................................................................................................................1115 46807.......................................................................................................................................................................1116 46808.......................................................................................................................................................................1117 46809.......................................................................................................................................................................1117 46810........................................................................................................................................................................1118 46811.........................................................................................................................................................................1119 46812........................................................................................................................................................................1119 46813.......................................................................................................................................................................1120 46814........................................................................................................................................................................1121 46815........................................................................................................................................................................1121 46816.......................................................................................................................................................................1122 46817.......................................................................................................................................................................1122 46818.......................................................................................................................................................................1123 46819.......................................................................................................................................................................1123 46820......................................................................................................................................................................1124 46821.......................................................................................................................................................................1124 46822......................................................................................................................................................................1125

Kodak Confidential

46823......................................................................................................................................................................1126 46824...................................................................................................................................................................... 1126 46825...................................................................................................................................................................... 1127 46826...................................................................................................................................................................... 1127 46827...................................................................................................................................................................... 1128 46828...................................................................................................................................................................... 1128 46829...................................................................................................................................................................... 1129 46830......................................................................................................................................................................1129 46831....................................................................................................................................................................... 1130 46832.......................................................................................................................................................................1131 46833.......................................................................................................................................................................1131 46834...................................................................................................................................................................... 1132 46835.......................................................................................................................................................................1132 47404......................................................................................................................................................................1133 47405......................................................................................................................................................................1134 47407......................................................................................................................................................................1134 47417....................................................................................................................................................................... 1135 47500......................................................................................................................................................................1135 47501....................................................................................................................................................................... 1136 47502...................................................................................................................................................................... 1136 47503.......................................................................................................................................................................1137 47504......................................................................................................................................................................1138 47505...................................................................................................................................................................... 1138 47506...................................................................................................................................................................... 1139 47507...................................................................................................................................................................... 1139 47603......................................................................................................................................................................1140 47604.....................................................................................................................................................................1140 47610........................................................................................................................................................................1141 47613.......................................................................................................................................................................1142 47614.......................................................................................................................................................................1142 47617.......................................................................................................................................................................1142 47630...................................................................................................................................................................... 1143 47806......................................................................................................................................................................1144 47807......................................................................................................................................................................1144 47808......................................................................................................................................................................1145 47809......................................................................................................................................................................1145 47810.......................................................................................................................................................................1146 47811........................................................................................................................................................................1146

Kodak Confidential

47812.......................................................................................................................................................................1147 47813.......................................................................................................................................................................1148 47817.......................................................................................................................................................................1148 47904......................................................................................................................................................................1149 48200.....................................................................................................................................................................1149 48201.......................................................................................................................................................................1150 48202.......................................................................................................................................................................1151 48203.......................................................................................................................................................................1151 48204......................................................................................................................................................................1152 48205......................................................................................................................................................................1152 48206......................................................................................................................................................................1153 48207......................................................................................................................................................................1153 48208......................................................................................................................................................................1154 48209......................................................................................................................................................................1154 48210.......................................................................................................................................................................1155 48211........................................................................................................................................................................1155 48212.......................................................................................................................................................................1156 48213.......................................................................................................................................................................1156 48214.......................................................................................................................................................................1157 48215.......................................................................................................................................................................1158 48216.......................................................................................................................................................................1158 48217.......................................................................................................................................................................1159 48300......................................................................................................................................................................1159 48301.......................................................................................................................................................................1160 48302......................................................................................................................................................................1160 48303.......................................................................................................................................................................1161 48304.......................................................................................................................................................................1161 48305......................................................................................................................................................................1162 48306......................................................................................................................................................................1162 48307......................................................................................................................................................................1163 48402......................................................................................................................................................................1163 48403......................................................................................................................................................................1164 48404.....................................................................................................................................................................1164 48405......................................................................................................................................................................1165 48406......................................................................................................................................................................1165 48407......................................................................................................................................................................1165 48408.....................................................................................................................................................................1166 48500......................................................................................................................................................................1166

Kodak Confidential

48501.......................................................................................................................................................................1167 48502......................................................................................................................................................................1167 48503......................................................................................................................................................................1168 48504......................................................................................................................................................................1168 48505......................................................................................................................................................................1169 48506......................................................................................................................................................................1170 48507......................................................................................................................................................................1170 48508.......................................................................................................................................................................1171 48509.......................................................................................................................................................................1171 48510.......................................................................................................................................................................1172 48511........................................................................................................................................................................1173 48512.......................................................................................................................................................................1174 48513.......................................................................................................................................................................1175 48514.......................................................................................................................................................................1176 48515.......................................................................................................................................................................1177 48516.......................................................................................................................................................................1178 48517.......................................................................................................................................................................1179 48600......................................................................................................................................................................1179 48601......................................................................................................................................................................1180 48602......................................................................................................................................................................1180 48603.......................................................................................................................................................................1181 48604......................................................................................................................................................................1182 48605......................................................................................................................................................................1182 48606......................................................................................................................................................................1183 48700......................................................................................................................................................................1183 48701.......................................................................................................................................................................1184 48702......................................................................................................................................................................1184 48703......................................................................................................................................................................1185 48704......................................................................................................................................................................1185 48705......................................................................................................................................................................1186 48706......................................................................................................................................................................1186 48707......................................................................................................................................................................1187 48708......................................................................................................................................................................1187 48709......................................................................................................................................................................1188 48900.....................................................................................................................................................................1188 49215.......................................................................................................................................................................1189

Parameters

1191

Kodak Confidential

carriage accel .........................................................................................................................................................1191 carriage espeed .....................................................................................................................................................1191 carriage gearing ....................................................................................................................................................1192 carriage ihold ........................................................................................................................................................1192 carriage imove ......................................................................................................................................................1192 carriage iplot .........................................................................................................................................................1193 carriage ispeed .....................................................................................................................................................1193 carriage kamp .......................................................................................................................................................1194 carriage maccel ....................................................................................................................................................1194 carriage mspeed ...................................................................................................................................................1195 carriage mtravel ...................................................................................................................................................1195 carriage pitch ........................................................................................................................................................1196 carriage steps .......................................................................................................................................................1196 carriage vhome .....................................................................................................................................................1196 fco autoloader .......................................................................................................................................................1197 fco debris ...............................................................................................................................................................1197 fco engine ...............................................................................................................................................................1197 fco head ..................................................................................................................................................................1197 fco loader ...............................................................................................................................................................1198 fco powerbox ........................................................................................................................................................1198 fco proofer .............................................................................................................................................................1198 fco unloader ..........................................................................................................................................................1198 statuslights plotcompletereminder .................................................................................................................1199 debris bellmouthflowconst ...............................................................................................................................1199 debris bellmouthflowexp ...................................................................................................................................1199 debris bloweroffdelay ........................................................................................................................................1200 debris bloweronpostdelay ................................................................................................................................1200 debris chemicalfiltermax ..................................................................................................................................1200 debris chemicalfilterusagea ..............................................................................................................................1201 debris chemicalfilterusageb ..............................................................................................................................1201 debris flowchangerate .......................................................................................................................................1202 debris flowlow .....................................................................................................................................................1202 debris flowmarginal ............................................................................................................................................1202 debris flowmaxdiff ..............................................................................................................................................1203 debris flowmin .....................................................................................................................................................1203 debris flowzero ....................................................................................................................................................1203 debris nozzle2sensortype ................................................................................................................................1204 debris nozzleflowconst .....................................................................................................................................1204

Kodak Confidential

debris nozzleflowexp .........................................................................................................................................1205 debris nozzlesensortype ...................................................................................................................................1205 debris partfilterlatch ..........................................................................................................................................1205 debris pressmaxbellmouth ...............................................................................................................................1206 debris pressmaxdiffbell .....................................................................................................................................1206 debris pressmaxnozzle ......................................................................................................................................1206 debris pressurecorrectionexp ..........................................................................................................................1207 debris presszero ..................................................................................................................................................1207 debris serialnumber ...........................................................................................................................................1207 debris siteelevation ............................................................................................................................................1208 drum bwpos .........................................................................................................................................................1208 drum bwvel ..........................................................................................................................................................1208 drum drvdir ..........................................................................................................................................................1209 drum icts ...............................................................................................................................................................1209 drum ifs ..................................................................................................................................................................1210 drum ipk .................................................................................................................................................................1210 drum jl ......................................................................................................................................................................1211 drum kpd .................................................................................................................................................................1211 drum kpf ..................................................................................................................................................................1211 drum kpi .................................................................................................................................................................1212 drum kpp ................................................................................................................................................................1212 drum kt ...................................................................................................................................................................1213 drum kvf .................................................................................................................................................................1213 drum kvi ..................................................................................................................................................................1213 drum kvp ................................................................................................................................................................1214 drum maxacc ........................................................................................................................................................1214 drum maxjerk ........................................................................................................................................................1215 drum maxpacc ......................................................................................................................................................1215 drum maxperr .......................................................................................................................................................1216 drum maxvel .........................................................................................................................................................1217 drum maxverr .......................................................................................................................................................1217 drum np ..................................................................................................................................................................1218 drum tsamp ...........................................................................................................................................................1218 drum tsettle ...........................................................................................................................................................1218 drum ufs .................................................................................................................................................................1219 ehi baud .................................................................................................................................................................1220 ehi protocol ..........................................................................................................................................................1220 ehi tstk ....................................................................................................................................................................1221

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hdm bmcurve ........................................................................................................................................................1221 hdm bmcurven .....................................................................................................................................................1222 hdm bmslope ........................................................................................................................................................1222 hdm bmslopen .....................................................................................................................................................1222 hdm colour ............................................................................................................................................................1223 hdm ds ...................................................................................................................................................................1223 hdm dsn .................................................................................................................................................................1224 hdm fheadcal .......................................................................................................................................................1224 hdm fmode ............................................................................................................................................................1225 hdm imode ............................................................................................................................................................1226 hdm name .............................................................................................................................................................1226 hdm sd ...................................................................................................................................................................1226 hdm sens ...............................................................................................................................................................1227 hdm sensadj .........................................................................................................................................................1227 hdm soffset ...........................................................................................................................................................1228 hdm soffsetn ........................................................................................................................................................1228 hdm sr ....................................................................................................................................................................1228 hdm sv ...................................................................................................................................................................1229 hdm svn .................................................................................................................................................................1229 hdm swidth ...........................................................................................................................................................1230 hdm swidthn ........................................................................................................................................................1230 hdm wpower .........................................................................................................................................................1231 hdm wpowere ......................................................................................................................................................1232 hdm wpowern ......................................................................................................................................................1232 hdm wpowers .......................................................................................................................................................1233 hdp brt ....................................................................................................................................................................1233 hdp config ..............................................................................................................................................................1233 hdp dpi ...................................................................................................................................................................1234 hdp fmsl .................................................................................................................................................................1234 hdp fmsw ...............................................................................................................................................................1235 hdp fnm ..................................................................................................................................................................1235 hdp lrt .....................................................................................................................................................................1236 hdp r0 .....................................................................................................................................................................1236 hdp r2 .....................................................................................................................................................................1236 hdp r3 .....................................................................................................................................................................1237 hdp rt ......................................................................................................................................................................1237 hdp sssa .................................................................................................................................................................1237 head acurrent .......................................................................................................................................................1238

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head bkd ................................................................................................................................................................1238 head bki .................................................................................................................................................................1239 head bkp ................................................................................................................................................................1239 head bpgain ..........................................................................................................................................................1240 head bpmaxerr ....................................................................................................................................................1240 head bposn ............................................................................................................................................................1241 head bsample .......................................................................................................................................................1241 head casehigh ......................................................................................................................................................1242 head caselow .......................................................................................................................................................1242 head chold ............................................................................................................................................................1243 head diag0 ............................................................................................................................................................1243 head diag1 .............................................................................................................................................................1244 head diag2 ............................................................................................................................................................1244 head diag3 ............................................................................................................................................................1244 head diag4 ............................................................................................................................................................1245 head diag5 ............................................................................................................................................................1245 head eminsr ..........................................................................................................................................................1246 head enblmask ....................................................................................................................................................1246 head eover ............................................................................................................................................................1247 head ferrcal ...........................................................................................................................................................1247 head ferrdur .........................................................................................................................................................1248 head fextfwd ........................................................................................................................................................1248 head fkd .................................................................................................................................................................1248 head fki ..................................................................................................................................................................1249 head fkp .................................................................................................................................................................1250 head flpos .............................................................................................................................................................1250 head fmod ..............................................................................................................................................................1251 head foffset ...........................................................................................................................................................1252 head fpower ..........................................................................................................................................................1252 head fsample ........................................................................................................................................................1253 head fsettle ...........................................................................................................................................................1253 head fshift .............................................................................................................................................................1253 head fsphase ........................................................................................................................................................1254 head fthresh .........................................................................................................................................................1254 head hpoffset .......................................................................................................................................................1255 head hpslope ........................................................................................................................................................1255 head hpwrgain .....................................................................................................................................................1256 head hsoffset ........................................................................................................................................................1256

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head hsslope .........................................................................................................................................................1257 head humidity ......................................................................................................................................................1257 head lkp .................................................................................................................................................................1258 head lpkd ...............................................................................................................................................................1258 head lpki ................................................................................................................................................................1259 head lpkp ..............................................................................................................................................................1260 head lpos ...............................................................................................................................................................1260 head lposcal .........................................................................................................................................................1260 head lsrmode ........................................................................................................................................................1261 head lvbias ............................................................................................................................................................1262 head lvreverse ......................................................................................................................................................1262 head maskflt .........................................................................................................................................................1262 head nlpwm ..........................................................................................................................................................1263 head nomlsrcur ....................................................................................................................................................1263 head offthresh ......................................................................................................................................................1263 head onthresh ......................................................................................................................................................1264 head padvance ....................................................................................................................................................1264 head r1 ....................................................................................................................................................................1265 head r8 ...................................................................................................................................................................1265 head r9 ...................................................................................................................................................................1265 head scands ..........................................................................................................................................................1265 head scanlpos ......................................................................................................................................................1266 head scanscale ....................................................................................................................................................1266 head sn ..................................................................................................................................................................1266 head soffset ..........................................................................................................................................................1267 head soffsetn ........................................................................................................................................................1267 head swidth ..........................................................................................................................................................1267 head swidthn ........................................................................................................................................................1268 head type ..............................................................................................................................................................1268 head vb ..................................................................................................................................................................1269 head wenable .......................................................................................................................................................1270 head wkd ...............................................................................................................................................................1270 head wki .................................................................................................................................................................1271 head wkp ................................................................................................................................................................1271 head wpwrcal .......................................................................................................................................................1272 head wsample ......................................................................................................................................................1272 hms edges .............................................................................................................................................................1273 hms fedges ............................................................................................................................................................1273

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hms fplots ..............................................................................................................................................................1273 hms plots ...............................................................................................................................................................1274 hms retrace ..........................................................................................................................................................1274 servo_stat bp0dev ..............................................................................................................................................1274 servo_stat bp0icpt ..............................................................................................................................................1274 servo_stat bp0lin ................................................................................................................................................1275 servo_stat bp0max .............................................................................................................................................1275 servo_stat bp0mean ..........................................................................................................................................1275 servo_stat bp0min ..............................................................................................................................................1276 servo_stat bp0slp ...............................................................................................................................................1276 servo_stat bp1dev ...............................................................................................................................................1276 servo_stat bp1icpt ...............................................................................................................................................1277 servo_stat bp1lin ..................................................................................................................................................1277 servo_stat bp1max ..............................................................................................................................................1277 servo_stat bp1mean ...........................................................................................................................................1278 servo_stat bp1min ...............................................................................................................................................1278 servo_stat bp1slp .................................................................................................................................................1278 servo_stat lddicpt ...............................................................................................................................................1278 servo_stat lddlin ..................................................................................................................................................1279 servo_stat lddmax ..............................................................................................................................................1279 servo_stat lddmean ............................................................................................................................................1279 servo_stat lddmin ...............................................................................................................................................1280 servo_stat lddslp .................................................................................................................................................1280 servo_stat ldthresh ............................................................................................................................................1280 servo_stat ld_dev .................................................................................................................................................1281 servo_stat nosedev .............................................................................................................................................1281 servo_stat noseicpt .............................................................................................................................................1281 servo_stat noselin ...............................................................................................................................................1282 servo_stat nosemax ...........................................................................................................................................1282 servo_stat nosemean .........................................................................................................................................1282 servo_stat nosemin ............................................................................................................................................1283 servo_stat noseslp ..............................................................................................................................................1283 servo_stat pbp0dev ............................................................................................................................................1283 servo_stat pbp0icpt ...........................................................................................................................................1283 servo_stat pbp0lin ..............................................................................................................................................1284 servo_stat pbp0max ..........................................................................................................................................1284 servo_stat pbp0mean ........................................................................................................................................1284 servo_stat pbp0min ...........................................................................................................................................1284

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servo_stat pbp0slp .............................................................................................................................................1285 servo_stat pbp1dev .............................................................................................................................................1285 servo_stat pbp1icpt ............................................................................................................................................1285 servo_stat pbp1lin ...............................................................................................................................................1285 servo_stat pbp1max ...........................................................................................................................................1286 servo_stat pbp1mean .........................................................................................................................................1286 servo_stat pbp1min ............................................................................................................................................1286 servo_stat pbp1slp ..............................................................................................................................................1286 servo_stat plddicpt .............................................................................................................................................1287 servo_stat plddlin ................................................................................................................................................1287 servo_stat plddmax ............................................................................................................................................1287 servo_stat plddmean ..........................................................................................................................................1287 servo_stat plddmin .............................................................................................................................................1288 servo_stat plddslp ..............................................................................................................................................1288 servo_stat pld_dev .............................................................................................................................................1288 servo_stat pnosedev ..........................................................................................................................................1288 servo_stat pnoselin ............................................................................................................................................1289 servo_stat pnosemax .........................................................................................................................................1289 servo_stat pnosemin ..........................................................................................................................................1289 servo_stat pnoseslp ...........................................................................................................................................1289 servo_stat pnosicpt ............................................................................................................................................1290 servo_stat pnosmean ........................................................................................................................................1290 servo_stat prthresh ............................................................................................................................................1290 servo_stat sbp0dev ............................................................................................................................................1290 servo_stat sbp0icpt .............................................................................................................................................1291 servo_stat sbp0lin ...............................................................................................................................................1291 servo_stat sbp0max ............................................................................................................................................1291 servo_stat sbp0mean .........................................................................................................................................1291 servo_stat sbp0min ............................................................................................................................................1292 servo_stat sbp0slp .............................................................................................................................................1292 servo_stat sbp1dev .............................................................................................................................................1292 servo_stat sbp1icpt .............................................................................................................................................1292 servo_stat sbp1lin ................................................................................................................................................1293 servo_stat sbp1max ............................................................................................................................................1293 servo_stat sbp1mean .........................................................................................................................................1293 servo_stat sbp1min .............................................................................................................................................1293 servo_stat sbp1slp ..............................................................................................................................................1294 servo_stat shthresh ............................................................................................................................................1294

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servo_stat slddicpt .............................................................................................................................................1294 servo_stat slddlin ................................................................................................................................................1294 servo_stat slddmax ............................................................................................................................................1295 servo_stat slddmean ..........................................................................................................................................1295 servo_stat slddmin .............................................................................................................................................1295 servo_stat slddslp ...............................................................................................................................................1295 servo_stat sld_dev ..............................................................................................................................................1296 servo_stat snosedev ..........................................................................................................................................1296 servo_stat snoselin .............................................................................................................................................1296 servo_stat snosemax .........................................................................................................................................1296 servo_stat snosemin ..........................................................................................................................................1297 servo_stat snoseslp ............................................................................................................................................1297 servo_stat snosicpt .............................................................................................................................................1297 servo_stat snosmean .........................................................................................................................................1297 emce bootpdlmainfw .........................................................................................................................................1298 emce ramlog2debug ..........................................................................................................................................1298 emce ramlogdebug .............................................................................................................................................1298 gmcex ramlog2debug ........................................................................................................................................1298 gmcex ramlogdebug ..........................................................................................................................................1299 gdpc datalink ........................................................................................................................................................1299 gmcex bootpdlmainfw .......................................................................................................................................1299 gmcex gmcetempthreshold .............................................................................................................................1300 gmcex ramlog2debug ........................................................................................................................................1300 gmcex ramlogdebug ..........................................................................................................................................1300 hmgr blpoffset .....................................................................................................................................................1300 hmgr blprange ......................................................................................................................................................1301 hmgr blpoffset ......................................................................................................................................................1301 hmgr blprange ......................................................................................................................................................1301 hmgr linktype .......................................................................................................................................................1302 hmgr type ..............................................................................................................................................................1302 bay mediaindex ...................................................................................................................................................1302 bay mediamainscan ...........................................................................................................................................1303 bay mediaquantitystack2 .................................................................................................................................1303 bay mediaquantity ..............................................................................................................................................1303 bay mediastacks ..................................................................................................................................................1303 bay mediasubscan ..............................................................................................................................................1304 bay mediathickness ...........................................................................................................................................1304 exit fastdistance ..................................................................................................................................................1304

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exit location ..........................................................................................................................................................1304 exit name ..............................................................................................................................................................1305 exit slowpush .......................................................................................................................................................1305 exit travellimit ......................................................................................................................................................1305 exit velocity ..........................................................................................................................................................1306 mhauto autoloadvel ...........................................................................................................................................1306 mhauto autounloadvel ......................................................................................................................................1306 mhauto clampunloadoffset ..............................................................................................................................1307 mhauto keeptabledown ....................................................................................................................................1307 mhauto lectounloadhome ................................................................................................................................1307 mhauto mediaonouterbay ................................................................................................................................1308 mhauto mediaonpicker .....................................................................................................................................1308 mhauto mediaonunloadtable ..........................................................................................................................1308 mhauto pickerdroppause ..................................................................................................................................1309 mhauto pickeroutpause ....................................................................................................................................1309 mhauto plategonepostdelay ............................................................................................................................1309 mhauto processorbusywait ..............................................................................................................................1310 mhauto pvacawaythresh ...................................................................................................................................1310 mhauto pvacthresh ..............................................................................................................................................1311 mhauto unloadergain ...........................................................................................................................................1311 mhauto unloadermsr ...........................................................................................................................................1312 mhauto unloaderspm ..........................................................................................................................................1312 mhauto unloadervelocity ...................................................................................................................................1312 mhauto utrotatepostdelay .................................................................................................................................1313 mhauto utrotatorpos ...........................................................................................................................................1313 mhauto uvacthreshdual ......................................................................................................................................1313 mhauto uvacthresh .............................................................................................................................................1314 mh ambienthumiditymax ..................................................................................................................................1314 mh ambienthumiditymin ...................................................................................................................................1314 mh ambienttemperaturemax ............................................................................................................................1315 mh ambienttemperaturemin .............................................................................................................................1315 mh buzzerdelay ....................................................................................................................................................1315 mh distsensortolec ..............................................................................................................................................1316 mh loadpos ............................................................................................................................................................1316 mh mediainengine ...............................................................................................................................................1317 mh normalloadvel ................................................................................................................................................1317 mh normalunloadvel ...........................................................................................................................................1317 mh operationmode ..............................................................................................................................................1318

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mh sensoracc ........................................................................................................................................................1318 mh slowloadvel .....................................................................................................................................................1318 mh slowunloadvel ................................................................................................................................................1319 mh tecadjust .........................................................................................................................................................1319 mh tecclamppos ...................................................................................................................................................1319 mh tecdelay ..........................................................................................................................................................1320 mh teclampsondrum ..........................................................................................................................................1320 mh tecparkpos .....................................................................................................................................................1320 mds lastbay ...........................................................................................................................................................1321 mds lastdelayedsuspenderrorid .......................................................................................................................1321 mds lastexit ...........................................................................................................................................................1321 mds lastimageside ..............................................................................................................................................1322 mds lastloadmethod ...........................................................................................................................................1322 mds lastmainscan ...............................................................................................................................................1322 mds lastmainscanum .........................................................................................................................................1323 mds lastmediaindex ............................................................................................................................................1323 mds lastmediainstance ......................................................................................................................................1323 mds lastmediastacks .........................................................................................................................................1324 mds lastmediatype .............................................................................................................................................1324 mds lastportrait ...................................................................................................................................................1325 mds lastproofindex .............................................................................................................................................1325 mds lastpunchgroup ...........................................................................................................................................1325 mds lastrepeatlength .........................................................................................................................................1326 mds lastrotate ......................................................................................................................................................1326 mds lastssthickness ...........................................................................................................................................1326 mds laststacklocations ......................................................................................................................................1327 mds lastsubscan ..................................................................................................................................................1327 mds lastsubscanum ............................................................................................................................................1328 mds lastthickness ...............................................................................................................................................1328 mds lastunloadmethod ......................................................................................................................................1328 image error ...........................................................................................................................................................1329 image success ......................................................................................................................................................1329 image test .............................................................................................................................................................1329 edge carriagefineedgeoffset .............................................................................................................................1329 edge drumpos ......................................................................................................................................................1330 edge edgepos .......................................................................................................................................................1330 focus basethickness ............................................................................................................................................1331 focus learnmarginadjust .....................................................................................................................................1331

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focus learnskip .....................................................................................................................................................1332 focus zstagecalibcarrpos ...................................................................................................................................1332 focus zstagecalibdrumspeed ............................................................................................................................1333 gc mscale ...............................................................................................................................................................1333 gc mshift ................................................................................................................................................................1333 gc orthoadjust ......................................................................................................................................................1334 gc pinloc ................................................................................................................................................................1334 gc rotation .............................................................................................................................................................1335 gc sscale ................................................................................................................................................................1335 gc sscansizemax ..................................................................................................................................................1335 gc sshift ..................................................................................................................................................................1336 gc strokeshear ......................................................................................................................................................1336 gc trackprofile ......................................................................................................................................................1337 mode mscanduplicate ........................................................................................................................................1337 mode mscanresolution ......................................................................................................................................1337 mode sscanduplicate .........................................................................................................................................1338 mode sscanresolution ........................................................................................................................................1338 media airjetmarginaway ....................................................................................................................................1338 media airjetmarginhome ...................................................................................................................................1339 media colour .........................................................................................................................................................1339 media debrisoptions ..........................................................................................................................................1340 media density ......................................................................................................................................................1340 media emissionsintensity ..................................................................................................................................1341 media emulsionsrthreshold ..............................................................................................................................1341 media exposure ....................................................................................................................................................1341 media extrascanlines ..........................................................................................................................................1341 media flags ...........................................................................................................................................................1342 media focusoffset ...............................................................................................................................................1342 media imagemode ..............................................................................................................................................1342 media invert ..........................................................................................................................................................1343 media mimid ........................................................................................................................................................1343 media mscale .......................................................................................................................................................1343 media name ..........................................................................................................................................................1344 media patternid ...................................................................................................................................................1344 media scalingid ...................................................................................................................................................1344 media sscale .........................................................................................................................................................1345 media tempcoeff .................................................................................................................................................1345 media type ............................................................................................................................................................1346

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proof bordertype .................................................................................................................................................1346 proof carrierhpos ................................................................................................................................................1347 proof carriersr ......................................................................................................................................................1347 proof carrierthk ....................................................................................................................................................1347 proof cleanmode .................................................................................................................................................1348 proof dvacdonthres ............................................................................................................................................1348 proof dvacgenthres ............................................................................................................................................1349 proof dvacrecthres .............................................................................................................................................1349 proof gentleunload .............................................................................................................................................1349 proof loadclean ....................................................................................................................................................1350 proof mshiftadjust ..............................................................................................................................................1350 proof name ...........................................................................................................................................................1350 proof recdrumclean .............................................................................................................................................1351 proof receivermsz ................................................................................................................................................1351 proof receiverssz ..................................................................................................................................................1351 proof receiverthk ..................................................................................................................................................1351 proof revmediaseal .............................................................................................................................................1352 proof unloadoffset ...............................................................................................................................................1352 net accountname ................................................................................................................................................1352 net bootpstartup ..................................................................................................................................................1352 net gateway ..........................................................................................................................................................1353 net ipaddress ........................................................................................................................................................1353 net netdisabled ....................................................................................................................................................1353 net netmask ..........................................................................................................................................................1353 net password ........................................................................................................................................................1354 prd canbaud ..........................................................................................................................................................1354 prd canbaud ..........................................................................................................................................................1354 prd customername .............................................................................................................................................1354 prd drumspeedsafety .........................................................................................................................................1355 prd flyoff ................................................................................................................................................................1355 prd fwversmajor ..................................................................................................................................................1355 prd fwversminor ..................................................................................................................................................1355 prd hwcomponent1 .............................................................................................................................................1356 prd lemargin .........................................................................................................................................................1356 prd prdopt1 ...........................................................................................................................................................1356 prd prdopt2 ...........................................................................................................................................................1356 prd prdopt3 ...........................................................................................................................................................1357 prd serialnumber .................................................................................................................................................1357

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prd simulationstate .............................................................................................................................................1357 prd systhresh ........................................................................................................................................................1357 prd temargin .........................................................................................................................................................1358 smc cafaultmonitor ............................................................................................................................................1358 spray carend .........................................................................................................................................................1358 spray carspeed .....................................................................................................................................................1358 spray carstart .......................................................................................................................................................1359 spray cleanerstopdelay .....................................................................................................................................1359 spray cleantime ...................................................................................................................................................1359 spray drumspeed ................................................................................................................................................1359 spray heatercooldelay .......................................................................................................................................1360 spray heaterwarmdelay ....................................................................................................................................1360 spray mainvalvedelay ........................................................................................................................................1360 spray needleextenddelay ..................................................................................................................................1360 spray paint1flow ..................................................................................................................................................1360 spray paint2flow ..................................................................................................................................................1361 spray paintpasses ................................................................................................................................................1361 spray primetime ...................................................................................................................................................1361 spray pumpstopdelay .........................................................................................................................................1361 sp atomizeforclean .............................................................................................................................................1362 sp cleanflow ..........................................................................................................................................................1362 sp flowperrev .......................................................................................................................................................1362 sp hiorloatomize ..................................................................................................................................................1362 sp sprayincludesclean ........................................................................................................................................1363 sp spraymicrosteps ............................................................................................................................................1363 sp wideornarrow .................................................................................................................................................1363 stat secportnumber ............................................................................................................................................1363

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Commands
abort
Description

Exactly the same as the <<a>> command. Abort. This will abort all currently running proccesses on the device. This is the safe command. Everything should come to a immediate stop.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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abort clear
Description Availability Access Modified

This command clears the <<abort>> command. It should be issued anytime after an <<abort>> has been issued and the device is ready to operate again. This command is available.
Field 10-May-2001

abort faults
Description Availability Access Modified

This is used to display the current status of all the abort faults for the device. This command is available.
Field 11-Feb-2005

access
Description Availability Access Modified

Display the current access level. This command is available.


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access dev
Description Availability Access Modified

Set the command access level to developer - all commands visible. This level is intended for firmware developers only. This command is available.
Field 31-May-2001

access disable
Description Availability Access Modified

This is an alias for the command 'access field'. This command is available.
Field 31-May-2001

access enable
Description Availability Access Modified

This is an alias for the command 'access expert'. This command is available.
Field 31-May-2001

access expert
Description Availability Access Modified

Set the command access level to expert. This is the level intended for use by experienced users. This command is available.
Field 31-May-2001

access field
Description Availability Access Modified

Set the command access level to field (most restrictive). This is the level recommended for customer access. This command is available.
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ale

ale
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is obsolete. It points to the correct syntax. This command is available.
Field 19-Feb-2002

autocalibrate [ i ] [ < media_type > ]


Description

Used to schedule an autocalibration sequence with the scheduler. This type of sequence is normally scheduled, if available on the device, periodically at a time set by the product. The monitor command should only be used to test, or do initial calibrations. The optional parameters work in the following manner: p <punch number> -> this will tell the command which punch should be calibrated if that is supported by the device. i <media_type> -> this will tell the command for which mediatype it should calibrate for. Different calibrations may need to be done for proofing images, than for film or plate. auto -> if the machine supports an automatic mode, then calibrate this mode. manual -> if the machine supports an manual mode then calibrate this mode. This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

Notes

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autocalibrate args
Description

Displays the current default arguments that will be used by the autocalibrate command. These are the arguments that will be used unless they are overrided when the command is entered using the optional parameters. Some arguments may be displayed that will not actually be used during auto calibration This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

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autocalibrate info
Description Availability Access Modified

Used to provide more information concerning the autocalibrate command, along with some additional help. This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

a
Description

Exactly the same as the <<abort>> command. Abort. This will abort all currently running proccesses on the device. This is the safe command. Everything should come to a immediate stop. This command is available.
Field 18-Sep-2001

Availability Access Modified

a clear
Description

Exactly the same as the <<abort clear>> command. This command clears the <<abort>> command. It should be issued anytime after an <<abort>> has been issued and the device is ready to operate again. This command is available.
Field 10-May-2001

Availability Access Modified

bay
Description Availability Access Modified

This is the top level for bay commands. This command does nothing directly. This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

bay < bay_number >


Description Availability

Displays all the current information about the bay specified. A bay can be a bay, cassette or pallet. This command is available.

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bay < bay_number > close

Access Modified

Field 24-Aug-2001

bay < bay_number > close


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to close the bay specified, only if the device supports this command. This command is available.
Field 06-Feb-2007

bay < bay_number > load < quantity > [ m ] [ < mlength > ]
Description

Used to load the bay specified, only if the device supports this command. The arguments that are supplied will become the bay arguments after the load is completed. The optional parameters work in the following manner: m <mlength> -> the mainscan length of the media to be loaded s <slength> -> the subscan length of the media to be loaded t <thickness> -> the thickness of the media to be loaded i <mediatype> -> the mediatype of the media to be loaded mi <media index> -> the media index of the media to be loaded ms <media stacks>-> the number of media stacks to be loaded p <punch_group> -> the punch group to use if available e <exit number> -> the default exit number to unload the media loc1 -> stack location is 1 loc2 -> stack location is 2 loc3 -> stack location is 3 loc4 -> stack location is 4 loc5 > stack location is 5 loc6 -> stack location is 6 loc7 -> stack location is 7 loc8 -> stack location is 8 This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

Notes

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bay < bay_number > measure [ calibrate ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to measure the specified bay on devices that support bay measurement. This command is available.
Field 06-Feb-2007

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bay < bay_number > open


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to open the bay specified, only if the device supports this command. This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

bay < bay_number > transfer


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to transfer the specified number of media from a preloader to the bay specified. This is only supported on some devices. This command is available.
Field 06-Feb-2007

bay < bay_number > transfer < to_bay_number > < quantity >
Description Availability Access Modified

Used to transfer the specified number of media from a preloader to the bay specified. This is only supported on some devices. This command is available.
Field 06-Feb-2007

bay < bay_number > unload


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to unload the bay specified, only if the device supports this command. This command is available.
Field 25-Oct-2003

bay cancel
Description Notes Availability

This command cancels any currently running bay sequence. This command should not be used outside of testing. This command is available.

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bay fail

Access Modified

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bay fail
Description Availability Access Modified

This command will return the name of the step that the bay will be forced to fail on. This command is available.
Developer 31-May-2006

bay fail < string >


Description

This command controls the step that the bay will be forced to fail on. The string must be the exact name of the string to fail on. To clear the exact name of the string must be entered in again. This command is available.
Developer 31-May-2006

Availability Access Modified

bay info
Description Availability Access Modified

Used to provide more information concerning the bay command, along with some additional help. This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

bay init
Description Availability Access Modified

Initializes the bay hardware. This command is available.


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bay release
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is to be used when the bay is idle and has media that can be released. This command is available.
Field 31-May-2006

bay step
Description Availability Access Modified

When the bay has step mode enabled, this will run the next sequence step in the bay command that is being executed. This command is available.
Expert 31-May-2006

bay step < enable | disable >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command will enable or disable bay step mode. This command is available.
Expert 31-May-2006

board address
Description

The board address, as defined by the device communications routing layer, is reported as a period-delimited sequence of 3 digits. For example, the board address of the first DNE is 1.0.0 and the board address of the third ICE is 1.3.0

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 12-Jun-2001

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board temp

board temp
Description

The actual board temperature, as well as the temperature status is reported. The status may be any of the following:

OK Above the preset threshold Above the preset maximum Unknown

The board temperature query will fail if the temperature sensor fails to initialize properly.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 12-Jun-2001

bos
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays diagnostic info about the BOS system. None. This command is available.
Expert 01-Mar-2002

cancel
Description Availability Access Modified

Sends a 'cancel' response to the current suspend. This command is available.


Field 18-Feb-2002

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carriage
Description

This command is typically used to perform the following carriage functions: (1) Initialize the carriage. The carriage will automatically search out its 'home' limit and establish a 'zero' position relative to that limit. (2) Move the carriage at a specified velocity. The sign of the velocity determines the direction of travel. For example, a velocity of -10 mm/sec will move the carriage towards the 'home' position. A velocity of 10 mm/sec will move the carriage towards the 'away' position. (3) Position the carriage at a specified absolute location. The location is relative to a 'zero' position determined during initialization. A velocity may be specified for movement to the new position otherwise a default velocity is used. (4) Idle the carriage. Power is removed from the carriage motor and absolute positioning accuracy is lost. An initialization sequence is required to reestablish accuracy. This is done automatically before any subsequent commands that move or position the carriage. (5) Stop the carriage. The carriage is stopped in a controlled manner to ensure positioning accuracy is maintained.

Notes

When the carriage command is entered without arguments the current carriage status information is displayed. This includes the hardware version, internal state, current position and velocity, last detected media edge position, initialization status, last error and the most recent carriage plot parameters (if they are available). Not all of this information is necessarily relevant to all users but is provided for convenient access at all user levels. Other carriage command permutations are available via 'expert' and/or 'developer' access levels for performing various carriage debug functions.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 31-May-2001

carriage data [ < on | off > ]


Description

This command turns on/off a 'force data' flag in the carriage programmable hardware. If the command is entered without arguments the current state of the force data flag is displayed. This command is used in conjunction with the irq and run commands when testing drum and carriage synchronization. This command is used only by firmware developers for debugging purposes. This command is available.

Notes

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carriage idle
Description

This command puts the carriage in idle mode. The carriage motor amplifier gain is set to zero and no current is supplied to the motor windings. In most cases it will be possible to turn the carriage lead screw or motor shaft by hand in idle mode. If the carriage is in motion when the idle command is issued it will come to an immediate stop. Accurate carriage positioning is always lost in idle mode. The carriage is automatically reinitialized before any subsequent motion command is performed. For example, if the carriage is in idle mode and a 'move' or 'moveto' command is issued an initialization is done first. Its important to realize this since the first step during initialization is a movement toward the 'home' position. If the carriage is currently idle and a command is issued to move to a direction away from the home position the carriage will begin by moving towards home. This may confuse the user but is in fact normal carriage operation. This command is available.
Field 31-May-2001

Notes

Availability Access Modified See Also

Command: carriage init

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carriage init
Description

This command initiates a full carriage initialization sequence. When complete the carriage is precicely located 1 mm away from the 'home' positon tab and the current carriage postion is exactly zero microns. A carriage initialization sequence proceeds as follows: (1) If not already at the home tab, move toward the home tab at the velocity specified by the carriage parameter 'Mspeed' (in mm/sec). (2) Stop when the home tab is reached. (3) Move off the home tab at a constant velocity of 2 mm/sec. (4) Stop immediately when home tab is cleared. (5) move exactly 1 mm away from the home tab and set this new position as exactly zero. The only exception to the steps described above is when the carriage begins initialization on the 'away' tab. In this case, the carriage first moves slowly off the away tab at a constant rate of 2 mm/sec until the away tab is cleared. The carriage then stops immediately, then proceeds with the steps above.

Notes

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 31-May-2001

Command: carriage idle

carriage irq [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command enables/disables carriage plot sync-test mode or (if entered without arguments) displays the current plot sync-test mode. In normal machine operation the 'once per rotation' interrupt is handled by another subsystem which in turn calls a carriage subsystem API as part of its process. The irq command allows the carriage to take over control of the once per rotation interrupt and enter a mode that independently tests synchronization of carriage movement with drum velocity. The carriage is not precisely 'aware' of imaging per se. It is aware only that it must synchronize its movement with the drum when imaging is under way. It is advantageous to have a method of testing this functionality without the added complications of actually imaging a job. This command is used only by firmware developers for debugging purposes.

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carriage moveto < position > [ [ < velocity > ] ]

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This command is available.


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carriage moveto < position > [ [ < velocity > ] ]


Description

This command moves the carriage to a specified position using either an optionally specified velocity or a default velocity. If no velocity is specified the default velocity used is the carriage parameter 'Mspeed' (in mm/sec). The velocity may be specified as either positive or negative but the sign of the value is ignored since the carriage must set the direction of travel (i.e. the velocity sign) according to the current position and requested destination. If the carriage is commanded to move to a position outside of its travel limit (defined by the 'Mtravel' carriage parameter) it will encounter either a 'home' or 'away' limit and come to an immediate stop. Subsequent 'move' or 'moveto' commands will automatically force an initialization sequence first. It is not necessary to stop a moving carriage before issuing a moveto command. A stop will occur automatically and the carriage will then proceed on to the new requested position.

Notes

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 31-May-2001

Command: carriage move <velocity>

carriage move < velocity >


Description

This command moves the carriage from its current velocity to a new velocity. The velocity is specified in mm/sec and may be positive (to move toward the 'away' position) or negative (to move toward the 'home' position). The carriage is aware of its current velocity and performs the necessary acceleration to achieve the new velocity. The carriage will continue to move at the specified velocity until another 'move', 'stop', 'moveto' or 'idle' command is issued or until a 'home' or 'away' travel limit is encountered (which will immediately stop the carriage with a resultant loss of positioning). A command to 'move' suggests a destination. There is in fact no destination involved in a move command. The command simply creates changes in carriage velocity (including initial velocities of zero). This is a historical command naming inaccuracy that would create more confusion than clarity if changed. To position the carriage a specific location use the 'moveto' command.
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Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 31-May-2001

Command: carriage moveto <position>

carriage plot < swathwidth > < swathcount > < drumspeed > < indexdelay >
Description

This command is used to test the carriage plot setup API called by other subsystems when setting up an image job. It is used only before running the carriage in plot sync-test mode. This command is used only by firmware developers for debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 31-May-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

carriage run
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command is used to begin synchronizatin of carriage movement with drum velocity when testing the carriage in plot sync-test mode. This command is used only by firmware developers for debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 31-May-2001

carriage sim [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command enables/disables 'simulation' mode or (if entered without arguments) displays the current simulation state. Under simulation, all commands are reported to complete successfully but no carriage movement can occur. This command is used only by firmware developers for debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 31-May-2001

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carriage stop
Description

This command stops a moving carriage. If the carriage is not moving nothing happens and the command simply completes successfully. The carriage can be moving under three possible scenarios. During initialization a stop command will bring the carriage to an immediate halt and the initialization sequence is aborted. When executing a 'move' or a 'moveto' (i.e. positioning) command the carriage will decelerate to zero in the most efficient manner to ensure positioning accuracy is maintained. This command is available.
Field 31-May-2001

Availability Access Modified

carriage table
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current carriage hardware acceleration tables. This command is used only by firmware developers for debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 31-May-2001

ceh
Description

The Creo Exposure Head ( CEH ) subsystem implements API functions that allow other subsystems to interface with the exposure head for plotting and diagnostics. Each monitor command calls an API function to allow developer's to test the system. Further information on the API functions ( and thus the monitor commands ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh edge info


Description Notes

Determine the edge detect information. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_EdgeInfo( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.

Availability

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ceh edge mode < edge mode >


Description Notes

Configure the edge detect control mode. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_EdgeMode( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh edge reset


Description Notes

Reset the edge detect. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_EdgeReset( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh fault state


Description Notes

Determine the fault state from the exposure head. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_FaultState( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh focus cal reflect


Description Availability

Send a "focus cal reflect" command to the head to cause it to measure the surface reflectivity. This command is available.

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ceh focus laser < laser mode >

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ceh focus laser < laser mode >


Description Notes

Configure the focus laser mode. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_FocusLaserMode( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh focus mode < focus mode >


Description Notes

Configure the focus control mode. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_FocusMode( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh focus ramp < pedestal > < slope > < length > < start >
Description

Set up a focus ramp for the next plot. This is specified in terms of the initial focus offset for the swath, the rate of change of the focus offset through the ramp, the length of the ramp in the swath, and the offset within the swath to the start of the ramp. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_FocusRamp( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Notes

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ceh focus state


Description Notes

Determine the focus state. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_FocusState( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh head command < head command >


Description Notes

Inform the exposure head of the head command. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_HeadCommand( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh head compatible


Description Notes

Verify the exposure head compatibility. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_HeadCompatible( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh head environment


Description Notes

Determine the exposure head environment. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_HeadEnvironment( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.

Availability

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ceh head info

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ceh head info


Description Notes

Determine the exposure head information. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_HeadInfo( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh head mode < head mode > [ [ < head type > ] ]
Description Notes

Configure the exposure head control mode. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_HeadMode( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh head state


Description Notes

Determine the exposure head state. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_HeadState( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

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ceh log < parameter >


Description Notes

Log a plotting event in the HMS block for TH1.x heads. The parameter is specified by a string, which corresponds to the short HMS parameter name. This monitor command calls the API functions CEH_LogPlot( ), CEH_LogFailedPlot( ), CEH_LogRetrace( ), CEH_LogEdgeDetect( ), and CEH_LogFailedEdgeDetect ( ). Further information on the API functions ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh lv pattern < pixel pattern > +


Description Notes

Enable and configure the flat panel registration / beam-finding mode. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_RegistrationMode( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh lv pattern off


Description Notes

Disable the flat panel registration / beam-finding mode. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_RegistrationMode( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh media block read < media slot >


Description Availability

Reads a media data block from the head. The media data block is specified by the zero-based slot index. This command is available.

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ceh media block write < media slot >

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ceh media block write < media slot >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Writes a media data block from the head. The media data block is specified by the zero-based slot index. You should read the media data block before you write it, to ensure that the contents are valid. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

ceh media query < media specifier >


Description Notes

Determine if the media is supported. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_MediaQuery( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. Note that the "|" character may be used in place of the "/" character.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 27-Sep-2006

ceh media set < media specifier >


Description Notes

Set the media ( if the media is supported ). This monitor command calls the API function CEH_MediaSet( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. Note that the "|" character may be used in place of the "/" character.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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ceh media slot < media slot > < media specifier >
Description Notes

Set the media ( if the media is matched ). This monitor command calls the API function CEH_MediaSlotSet( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. Note that the "|" character may be used in place of the "/" character.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 27-Sep-2006

ceh plot command < plot command >


Description Notes

Inform the exposure head of the plot command. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_PlotCommand( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh plot config < data source > < pattern > < polarity > < label >
Description Notes

Override the default plot configuration settings. These include the data source, the pattern ID, the LVD polarity and the plot label. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_PlotConfig( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh property read < id > [ [ < index > ] ]


Description Notes

Read the specified DCAPI property from the head. This monitor command calls the API functions CEH_DCAPI_PropertyRead( ),

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ceh property write < id > < value > [ [ < index > ] ]

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This command is available.


Developer 27-Sep-2006

ceh property write < id > < value > [ [ < index > ] ]
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Write the specified DCAPI property value to the head. This monitor command calls the API functions CEH_DCAPI_PropertyWrite( ), This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

ceh punch < sscan shift > < sscan width > < mscan shift > < mscan length >
Description

Set up a punch keep-out region in the thermal head. This is specified in terms of a subscan shift in swaths, subscan width in swaths, mainscan shift in pixels, and mainscan width in pixels. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_PunchData( ), This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Notes Availability Access Modified

ceh setup head position < position mode >


Description Notes

Determine the head position for automatic or manual exposure head installation. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_SetupHeadPosition( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

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ceh shutter control < shutter type > < shutter control >
Description Notes

Open / close the internal / external shutter. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_ShutterControl( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh stroke cal initiate


Description Notes

Initiate the stroke calibration. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_StrokeCalInitiate( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh stroke cal required


Description Notes

Determine if a stroke calibration is required. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_StrokeCalRequired( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh stroke cal state


Description Notes

Determine the stroke calibration state. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_StrokeCalState( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.

Availability

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ceh test crc reset [ < data mask > ]

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ceh test crc reset [ < data mask > ]


Description Notes

Reset the status of the "CRC" exposure head test. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_TestCRCReset( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh test crc state


Description Notes

Determine the status of the "CRC" exposure head test. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_TestCRCState( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh test data mode < data mode >


Description Notes

Configure the control mode of the "Data" exposure head test. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_TestDataMode( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

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ceh test data reset


Description Notes

Reset the status of the "Data" exposure head test. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_TestDataReset( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh test data state


Description Notes

Determine the status of the "Data" exposure head test. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_TestDataState( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh write laser info


Description Notes

Determine the write laser information. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_WriteLaserInfo( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

ceh write laser mode < laser mode >


Description Notes

Configure the write laser control mode. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_WriteLaserMode( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.

Availability

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ceh write laser state


Description Notes

Determine the write laser state. This monitor command calls the API function CEH_WriteLaserState( ). Further information on the API function ( and thus the monitor command ) is available in the API document for the CEH subsystem. This command is available.
Developer 27-Sep-2006

Availability Access Modified

CFL
Description Availability Access Modified

This is the top level CFL subsystem command This command is available.
Developer 21-Feb-2002

CFL connect [ < id > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

This command will cause the system to attempt a connection with the feature licensing server. The system must be in a disconnected state first. This command is available.
Developer 21-Feb-2002

CFL diag
Description Availability Access Modified

This command will display the current state of the CFL feature licensing system. This command is available.
Developer 21-Feb-2002

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CFL disconnect [ < id > ]


Description

This command will cause the system to immediately disconnect from the feature licensing server. The system may automatically attempt a connection a short time later. This command is available.
Developer 21-Feb-2002

Availability Access Modified

CFL query [ < id > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

This command will cause the system to requery the licensed features. Must already be connected to the feature licensing server. This command is available.
Developer 21-Feb-2002

cfs
Description Availability Access Modified

CFS general commands. This command is available.


Field 25-Nov-2003

cfs cd < dirname >


Description

Change to the specified directory.

'dirname' is a name for subdirectory except ".." for parent directory.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 25-Nov-2003

cfs dir
Description Availability

Display files in the current working directory. This command is available.

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cfs info < filename >


Description Availability Access Modified

Provides information about the specified file from the current directory This command is available.
Field 25-Nov-2003

cfs md < newdirname >


Description Availability Access Modified

Make a subdirectory in the current working directory. This command is available.


Field 25-Nov-2003

cfs rd < rdname >


Description Availability Access Modified

Remove a subdirectory from the current working directory. This command is available.
Field 25-Nov-2003

cfs rm < filename >


Description Availability Access Modified

Removes the specified file from the current directory This command is available.
Field 25-Nov-2003

cfs version
Description

Display information of current CFS version:

Version number

Availability

This command is available.

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chiller
Description

This command displays status information on the chiller unit. If the chiller is connected then the status of the fluid pump and the fluid cooler will be displayed. If the chiller is not connected then the status will simply say "not connected". This command is available.
Field 31-Aug-2001

Availability Access Modified

component
Description Availability Access Modified

Shows a list of any hardware components that may be set online or offline, and shows the status of each. This command is available.
Field 16-Apr-2007

component < name > [ online ] | [ offline ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Shows or set the online / offline status of this component. This command is available.
Field 16-Apr-2007

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com diag
Description

The first group displays CANopen master diagnostics as follows:


Transmit Total=<Count>, Transmit Failure=<Count> Transmit NMT Total=<Count>, Transmit NMT Failure=<Count> Receive Total=<Count>, Receive Discard=<Count>, Receive Failure=<Count>

The diagnostic counters are as follows:

The Transmit Total displays the total number of attempts at transmitting CAN packets. The Transmit Failure display the number of times transmitting a CAN packet failed. This is an error condition with the most likely cause being an internal firmware error. The Transmit NMT Total displays the total number of attempts at transmitting NMT messages. The Transmit NMT Failure displays the number of times transmitting an NMT message failed. This is an error condition with the most likely cause being an internal firmware error. The Receive Total displays the total number of received CAN packets. The Receive Discard displays the number of received CAN packets that were discarded as a result of an unsupported COB identifier. This is an error condition with an unknown cause. The Receive Failure displays the number of received CAN packets that had the wrong buffer number or an invalid COB size. This is an error condition with the most likely cause being an internal firmware error.

For all registered and / or active slave nodes, the second group displays CANopen master information as follows:

<Node Type> <Node Name> <Bus Number> <Node Address>

The node type is configured when the slave node is registered with the CANopen master and then verified during initialization of the CANopen master. The node type will be one of the following:

Elmo Servo Copley Servo

The node name is configured when the slave node is registered with the CANopen master. The bus number is configured when the slave node is registered with the CANopen master. The bus number will be one of the following:

Default Note that a future enhancement could allow the CANopen master to support more than one CANbus.

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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 16-Dec-2008

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com info
Description

For all registered and / or active slave nodes, displays CANopen master information as follows:

<Node Type> <Node Name> <Bus Number> <Node Address> <Node State>

The node type is configured when the slave node is registered with the CANopen master and then verified during initialization of the CANopen master. The node type will be one of the following:

Elmo Servo Copley Servo

The node name is configured when the slave node is registered with the CANopen master. The bus number is configured when the slave node is registered with the CANopen master. The bus number will be one of the following:

Default Note that a future enhancement could allow the CANopen master to support more than one CANbus.

The node address is configured when the slave node is registered with the CANopen master and verified during initialization of the CANopen master. The node state determines the current state of the slave node. The node state will be one of the following:

Reset Node ( this is the initialization state ) Ready Node ( this is the startup state ) Active Node ( this is the normal state ) Not Responding ( this is an error state ) Unexpected Reset ( this is an error state ) Heartbeat Timeout ( this is an error state ) General Failure ( this is an error state )

For all registered slave nodes, the following additional information will be displayed:

Device Profile=<Device Profile>, Additional Information=<Additional Information> Vendor ID=<Vendor ID>, Product Code=<Product Code>, R/N=<Revision Number>, S/N=<Serial Number>

The device profile is 402d for servo controllers ( the specification for servo controllers is DSP-402 ). The vendor identification is 9Ah for Elmo and ABh for Copley.
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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 16-Dec-2008

config [ < password > + ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the list of supported models. This command is available.


Field 22-Jul-2002

cos scan
Description Availability Access Modified

Scan for active CANopen nodes. This command is available.


Expert 31-Mar-2008

db < address > [ < quantity > ]


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Display the memory contents of the specified memory address (in bytes). By default 16 bytes will be displayed, but any number can be specified (in the quantity field). This command is available.
Expert 29-Mar-2001

Command: dw <address> Command: dl <address>

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debris
Description

This command returns the current status of the debris removal system, along with any relevent information on whether or not debris removal is available on this machine. It also always access to be able to test debris removal by allowing the following to be turned on and off

Debris blower Air jet POC (Particulate Only Collection) PACC (Parcticulate and Chemical Collection) Flexo (Flexo PACC)

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 08-Aug-2001

debris < opt >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the status of the selected debris removal option(s). Multiple options can be selected using this command by ORing together the option numbers. This command is available.
Field 28-Aug-2001

debris < opt > < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command controls the status of the selected debris removal option(s). Multiple options can be selected using this command by ORing together the option numbers. This command is available.
Field 28-Aug-2001

debris airjet
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the state of the air jet debris removal. This command is available.
Field 08-Aug-2001

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debris airjet < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command controls the state of the air jet. This command is available.
Field 28-Aug-2001

debris all off


Description

This command turns all currently running debris removal options off. This should be used anytime a debris removal option is to be shut off, rather than commands such as <<debris poc off>> or <<debris pacc off>>, to ensure that all debris removal options are off If the debris removal subsystem is in an error state, debris removal must be shut off before it can be restarted This command is available.
Field 08-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

debris blower
Description Availability Access Modified

This command returns the current status of the debris blower. This command is available.
Field 08-Aug-2001

debris blower < on | off >


Description Notes

This command controls the state of the debris blower. It can be used to find the status, enable or disable the debris blower. Turning off the debris blower while the debris removal system is running will cause an error, since the debris blower must be running in order for POC or PACC debris removal to function properly. This command is available.
Field 28-Aug-2001

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debris debug
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays all internal debug information This is a developer only command This command is available.
Developer 08-Aug-2001

debris flexo
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displayss the state of the flexo PACC (Particulate and Chemical Collection) debris removal. This command is available.
Field 08-Aug-2001

debris flexo < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command controls the state of the flexo PACC (Particulate and Chemical Collection) debris removal. This command is available.
Field 28-Aug-2001

debris ibutton
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command is used to find out the current status of the ibutton in the debris removal cabinet. It will return any status available from the ibutton. The iButton is located in the chemical filter. Debris removal cabinets without chemical filters will not have ibuttons. This command is available.
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debris ibutton setup default [ force ]


Description

This command is used by production or integration to setup default values for previously unused iButton in a chemical filter. The firmware will setup the proper values depending on the type of filter found. The iButton is located in the chemical filter. Debris removal cabinets without chemical filters will not have ibuttons. This command is available.
Expert 08-Aug-2001

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debris ibutton setup filter < usage > [ force ]


Description

This command is used by production or integration to setup filter values for previously unused iButton in a chemical filter. The firmware will setup the proper values depending on the type of filter found. The iButton is located in the chemical filter. Debris removal cabinets without chemical filters will not have ibuttons. This command is available.
Expert 28-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

debris ibutton setup max < usage > [ force ]


Description

This command is used by production or integration to setup max filter values for previously unused iButton in a chemical filter. The firmware will setup the proper values depending on the type of filter found. The iButton is located in the chemical filter. Debris removal cabinets without chemical filters will not have ibuttons. This command is available.
Expert 28-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

debris options
Description Availability

This command returns all the currently available debris options on the machine This command is available.

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debris pacc
Description Availability Access Modified

This command controls displays the state of the PACC (Particulate and Chemical Collection) debris removal. This command is available.
Field 08-Aug-2001

debris pacc < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command controls the state of the PACC (Particulate and Chemical Collection) debris removal. This command is available.
Field 28-Aug-2001

debris poc
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the state of the POC (Particulate Only Collection) debris removal. This command is available.
Field 08-Aug-2001

debris poc < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command controls the state of the POC (Particulate Only Collection) debris removal. This command is available.
Field 28-Aug-2001

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debris sim
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command displays the status of the debris simulation. If the debris removal subsystem is in an error state, debris removal must be shut off before it can be restarted This command is available.
Field 08-Aug-2001

debris sim < on | off >


Description

This is an engineering only command that is used to start debris "simulation". This is actually a misnomer, it does not simulate anything, but rather it is used in EMC tested to monitor inputs to check for state changes If the debris removal subsystem is in an error state, debris removal must be shut off before it can be restarted This command is available.
Field 08-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

debris test bellmouth < value >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This is used to setup Analog bellmouth values in order to simulate debris removal on a stand only board. This is a developer only command This command is available.
Developer 16-Apr-2002

debris test differential < value >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This is used to setup Analog differential values in order to simulate debris removal on a stand only board. This is a developer only command This command is available.
Developer 16-Apr-2002

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debris test nozzle < value >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This is used to setup Analog nozzle values in order to simulate debris removal on a stand only board. This is a developer only command This command is available.
Developer 16-Apr-2002

debris trace
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This is used to trace filtered and/or unfiltered nozzle pressure values over a 25 seconds. This is a developer only command This command is available.
Developer 15-Apr-2002

debris trace2
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This is used to trace filtered and/or unfiltered nozzle2 pressure values over a 25 seconds. This is a developer only command This command is available.
Developer 15-Apr-2002

df1
Description

This is the top level DF1 communication driver command. It has two possible parameters: "diag" or "handle". The command "df1 diag" will display all DF1 communication protocol driver diagnostic counters. The command "df1 handle" will display the size of the DF1 subsystem handle structure. This is only for firmware developer's use. This command is available.
Expert 10-Aug-2001

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df1 diag
Description Availability Access Modified

Will display the DF1 communication driver's internal diagnostic counters, and the DF1 subsystem version number. This command is available.
Expert 10-Aug-2001

df1 handle
Description Availability Access Modified

Will display the DF1 communication driver's internal "handle" structure size in bytes. This is only usefull for a firmware developer working on the DF1 source code. This command is available.
Developer 10-Aug-2001

dlp < enable | disable >


Description Availability Access Modified

Top level DLP command. This command is available.


Developer 22-Jun-2007

dlp connect
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Establish a manual DLP connection. Developer monitor command only. Do not use. This command is available.
Developer 26-Feb-2002

dlp macro
Description Notes Availability

Display the registered DLP macros. Developer monitor command only. Do not use. This command is available.

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dlp metadata
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the current status of the DLP metadata. DLP metadata is the TID.TAG.FACILITY information prefixed to the output of every monitor line. This command is available.
Developer 22-Jun-2007

dlp metadata < enable_disable >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Enable or disable the output of the DLP metadata on the monitor. DLP metadata is the TID.TAG.FACILITY information prefixed to the output of every monitor line. It is recommended that the display of this information is always enabled. Under some circumstances, one may disable this information for performance reasons. This command is available.
Expert 26-Feb-2002

dlp render < tag > < tid > < facility > < text >
Description Notes

Diagnostic monitor command for testing out the DLP render submodule. The following parameters are associated with the "dlp render" monitor commands:

"<tag>" Transaction Tag. "<tid>" Transaction Identified. "<facility>" Facility number. "<text"> Text to process.

Developer monitor command only. Do not use.


Availability Access Modified

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dlp res
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Display the resources consumed by the DLP subsystem. Developer monitor command only. Do not use. This command is available.
Developer 26-Feb-2002

dl < address > [ < quantity > ]


Description

Display the memory contents of the specified memory address (in long-words). By default 16 long-words will be displayed, but any number can be specified (in the quantity field). This command is available.
Expert 29-Mar-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

Command: db <address> Command: dw <address>

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dmc info
Description

Display information on the DC motors supported by the product. The information includes the motor name, the board type, the board ID, the motor number and the motor state. The motor name is used by both the monitor commands and internal API functions to identify the DC motor. The board type, the board ID and the motor number identify the hardware used by the DC motor. The motor state will be one of the following:

Initialize Disabled Idle Configured Running Synchronous

If the motor state is "Initialize", the DC motor has not completed initialization. If the motor state is "Disabled", the DC motor has failed initialization and has been disabled. If the motor state is "Idle", the DC motor is waiting for the next movement. If the motor state is "Configured", the DC motor has been configured for the next movement. If the motor state is "Running", the DC motor is currently moving. If the motor state is "Synchronous", the DC motor is currently moving synchronously with another DC motor.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 28-Jul-2006

dmc motor moving < motor name >


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Determine if the DC motor is moving. This command is available.


Developer 31-Jul-2006

dmc motor start < motor name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 46 dmc sync start < first name > < second name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 48

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dmc motor start < motor name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ]
Description

Initiate the movement of the DC motor. The DC motor will run in the configured direction at the configured torque for either the configured duration or until the limit stop is reached. The movement of the DC motor is only initiated; the movement of the DC motor is configured using the monitor commands dmc move config <motor name> <motor direction> <motor duration> <motor torque> or dmc run config <motor name> <motor direction> <motor torque>. The movement of the DC motor is terminated using the monitor command dmc motor stop <motor name>.

Notes

If the motor timeout is non-zero, a timeout error will be generated if the movement of the DC motor is not complete within the specified motor timeout. If the motor timeout is zero, it is possible, however unlikely, that the monitor command may never be completed. This command is available.
Developer 31-Jul-2006

Availability Access Modified See Also

dmc move config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor duration > < motor torque > on page 47 dmc run config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor torque > on page 48 dmc motor stop < motor name > on page 46 dmc sync start < first name > < second name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 48 dmc sync stop < first name > < second name > on page 49

dmc motor stop < motor name >


Description

Terminate the movement of the DC motor. The movement of the DC motor is configured using the monitor commands dmc move config <motor name> <motor direction> <motor duration> <motor torque> or dmc run config <motor name> <motor direction> <motor torque>. The movement of the DC motor is initiated using the monitor command dmc motor start <motor name> [<motor timeout>].

Notes Availability Access

If the DC motor was started synchronously, the DC motors will be stopped synchronously. This command is available.
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dmc motor start < motor name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 46 dmc sync start < first name > < second name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 48 dmc sync stop < first name > < second name > on page 49

dmc move config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor duration > < motor torque >
Description

Configure the direction, duration and torque for a movement of the DC motor. When initiated, the DC motor will run in the specified direction at the specified torque until either the specified duration expires or the limit stop is reached. The movement of the DC motor is only configured; the movement of the DC motor is initiated using the monitor command dmc motor start <motor name> [<motor timeout>] or dmc sync start <first name> <second name> [<motor timeout>].

Notes

Attempting to configure the next movement of the DC motor multiple times will result in an error. The monitor commands dmc motor stop <motor name> or dmc sync stop <first name> <second name> must be issued before the next movement of the DC motor can be configured. This command is available.
Developer 31-Jul-2006

Availability Access Modified See Also

dmc run config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor torque > on page 48 dmc motor start < motor name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 46 dmc motor stop < motor name > on page 46 dmc sync start < first name > < second name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 48 dmc sync stop < first name > < second name > on page 49

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dmc run config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor torque >
Description

Configure the direction and torque for a movement of the DC motor. When initiated, the DC motor will run in the specified direction at the specified torque until the limit stop is reached. The movement of the DC motor is only configured; the movement of the DC motor is initiated using the monitor command dmc motor start <motor name> [<motor timeout>] or dmc sync start <first name> <second name> [<motor timeout>].

Notes

Attempting to configure the next movement of the DC motor multiple times will result in an error. The monitor commands dmc motor stop <motor name> or dmc sync stop <first name> <second name> must be issued before the next movement of the DC motor can be configured. This command is available.
Developer 31-Jul-2006

Availability Access Modified See Also

dmc move config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor duration > < motor torque > on page 47 dmc motor start < motor name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 46 dmc motor stop < motor name > on page 46 dmc sync start < first name > < second name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 48 dmc sync stop < first name > < second name > on page 49

dmc sync start < first name > < second name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ]
Description

Initiate the movement of the DC motors. The DC motors will run in the configured direction at the configured torque for either the configured duration or until the limit stop is reached. The movement of the DC motors is only initiated; the movement of the DC motors is configured using the monitor commands dmc move config <motor name> <motor direction> <motor duration> <motor torque> or dmc run config <motor name> <motor direction> <motor torque>. The movement of the DC motors is terminated using the monitor command dmc sync stop <first name> <second name>.

Notes

If the motor timeout is non-zero, a timeout error will be generated if the movement of the DC motors is not complete within the specified motor timeout. If the motor timeout is zero, it is possible, however unlikely, that the monitor command may never be completed.

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This command is available.


Developer 31-Jul-2006

dmc move config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor duration > < motor torque > on page 47 dmc run config < motor name > < motor direction > < motor torque > on page 48 dmc motor start < motor name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 46 dmc motor stop < motor name > on page 46 dmc sync stop < first name > < second name > on page 49

dmc sync stop < first name > < second name >
Description

Terminate the movement of the DC motors. The movement of the DC motors is configured using the monitor commands dmc move config <motor name> <motor direction> <motor duration> <motor torque> or dmc run config <motor name> <motor direction> <motor torque>. The movement of the DC motors is initiated using the monitor command dmc sync start <first name> <second name> [<motor timeout>].

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Developer 31-Jul-2006

dmc motor start < motor name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 46 dmc motor stop < motor name > on page 46 dmc sync start < first name > < second name > [ [ < motor timeout > ] ] on page 48

dne power off


Description

Power down the DNE. All power is removed from the device. Once the DNE has been powered off, it can only be restarted by pressing the "On" button on the front panel. This command is available.
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dne spur
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays a list of spurious interrupts, the number of times each has been detected and the minimum, maximum and average interarrival times for each interrupt. This command is available.
Developer 12-Jun-2001

door
Description Availability Access Modified

This command returns the current status of the doors and all associated interlocks. This command is available.
Field 24-Sep-2001

door lock
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to lock all the doors. This command is available.
Field 06-Dec-2001

door unlock
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to unlock all the doors. This command is available.
Field 06-Dec-2001

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Description

This command is typically used to perform the following drum functions: (1) Initialize the drum. The drum will spin for 1 1/2 revolutions then come to controlled stop. The drum tach encoder index will have been sensed by the drum hardware and the internal position counter will be initialized. (2) Spin the drum at a specified velocity. The sign of the velocity determines the direction of spin. For example, a velocity of 100 RPM will spin the drum in the imaging direction. A velocity of -100 RPM will spin the drum opposite to the imaging direction. (3) Position the drum at a specified absolute location. The location is relative to a zero (or index) position determined during initialization. A velocity may be specified for movement to the new position otherwise a default velocity is used. In addition the drum may be moved to position in the shortest possible angular distance. If a 'shortest' move type is specified together with a velocity, the sign of the velocity (i.e. the direction) may be changed to ensure a 'shortest' move. (4) Idle the drum. The drum motor amplifier is disabled which removes power from the drum motor allowing the drum to be moved freely by hand. Drum positioning accuracy is maintained in idle mode. This means that (after initialization) the drum never looses track of angular position. (5) Stop the drum. The drum is stopped in a controlled manner. If the drum is in 'velocity control mode' (spinning) it will decelerate to zero RPM and remain in velocity control mode. If the drum is moving to a target position it will stop immediately at its current location and remain in 'position control mode'. Other drum command permutations are available via 'expert' and/or 'developer' access levels for performing various drum debug functions.

Notes

When the drum command is entered without arguments the following drum status information is displayed:

hardware version hardware presence status initialization status hardware watchdog status firmware state current position current velocity rotation count spinning status command status (busy or idle) last error code
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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 14-Jun-2001

drum cshow
Description Notes

This command displays the number of callback functions and the value of their associated addresses pointers registered by other firmware subsystems. This command is available only at the 'developer' access level. It is typically used for testing and debugging purposes. A subsystem registers a callback when it requires notification of the completion of a particular drum command. Some commands may take a few seconds to finish (for example, a 'move' to position with a slow specified velocity). In these cases, the external subsystem will in the following order:

register a callback function start the drum command wait for the callback to signify completion.

The drum servo can currently register a maximum of three callback functions. This number is seen as adequate since in the current CTP machine designs only two subsystems ever register with the drum servo subsystem. An appropriate error is generated if an attempt is made to register more that three callbacks.
Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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drum debug < enable | disable >


Description

This command enable/disables dumping extra debugging information. The information includes the contents of the control and servo registers just prior to initiating a trajectory. This command is available only at the 'developer' access level. It is typically used for testing and debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 09-May-2012

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Description

This command enable/disables/displays drum servo trajectory error tracing. When 'etracing' is enabled the following data is stored for each drum servo interrupt during either velocity or position trajectories.

Control effort (ready for output at start of next interrupt) Feedback at the current interrupt Feedback at the current-1 interrupt Reference at the current interrupt Reference at the current-1 interrupt Reference at the current-2 interrupt Error at the current interrupt Error sum at the current interrupt

Notes

This command is available only at the 'developer' access level and then only in engineering firmware versions. It is typically used for testing and debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 14-Jun-2001

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drum idle
Description

This command puts the drum in idle mode. The drum motor amplifier is disabled and no current is supplied to the drum motor windings. In most cases it will be possible to turn the drum by hand in idle mode. If the drum is in motion when the idle command is issued it will coast to a stop over a long period of time unless an external mechanical brake is applied. Accurate drum positioning NOT lost in idle mode. The drum amplifier is simply disabled. The drum amplifier is automatically re-enabled before any subsequent 'motion' command is performed. For example, if the drum is in idle mode and a spin, 'move' or 'smove' command is issued a drum amplifier initialization is done first. This is not the same as a full drum initialization which is required only once after machine is powered up (although a full drum initialization can be commanded any time after power up). This command is available.
Field 14-Jun-2001

Notes

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Command: drum init

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drum inertia [ < torque > ]


Description Notes

Calculates the drum's inertia using the internal properties of the drum and the drum motor. The drum will spin, possibly several times, and calculate the inertia based on the movement of the drum. A beginning torque can be specified to help the drum better calculate the inertia. If no torque is specified then a device specific default will be used. This command is available.
Developer 20-Sep-2010

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drum init
Description Notes

This command initiates a full drum initialization sequence. When complete the drum position relative to the drum tach encoder index is accurately known. The drum will spin for 1 1/2 revolutions then come to controlled stop. The drum tach encoder index will have been sensed by the drum hardware and the internal position counter will be initialized and accurate. This command is available.
Field 14-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

Command: drum idle

drum move < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ]


Description

This command moves the drum to a specified position using either an optionally specified velocity (in RPM) or a default velocity. In addition the drum may be moved to position in the shortest possible angular distance. If a 'shortest' move type is specified together with a move velocity the sign of the velocity (i.e. the direction of the move) may be automatically changed by the firmware to ensure a 'shortest' move. A 'move' command is the most time efficient method of positioning the drum since it takes no special measures to ensure the drum is not oscillating at the end of a move trajectory. The assumption made when positioning the drum with a 'move' command is that the system can tolerate any slight oscillations that may occur. If small oscillations can not be tolerated the 'smove' command should be used. It is not necessary to stop a spinning drum before issuing a move command. A stop will occur automatically and the drum will then proceed to the requested position.

Notes

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This command is available.


Field 14-Jun-2001

Command: drum spin <velocity> drum smove < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ] on page 56 37716 on page 464

drum patch [ < offset > ]


Description

This command is used to compare RAM copies of 'patchable' parameters to their saved NVS values and display parameters that have been 'patched' (i.e. those whose RAM copies have changed via a client call to 'DRS_PatchParamsSet()' For testing purposes, this command also supplies the ability to add a specified offset to all NVS power up values of the patchable parameters and then write (i.e. 'patch') their RAM copies with these offset values. If the specified offset is zero it has the effect of setting the RAM copies back to their power up NVS values (i.e, any and all patches are removed) The drum should be in 'idle' mode before calling this function with a specified test 'offset' (see notes below) to prevent possible erratic drum behavior while the 'test' patch occurs.

Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available only at the 'developer' access level. It is typically used for testing and debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 10-Jan-2002

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drum sim [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command enables/disables 'simulation' mode or (if entered without arguments) displays the current simulation state. Under simulation, all commands are reported to complete successfully but no drum movement can occur. This command is available only at the 'developer' access level. It is typically used for testing and debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 14-Jun-2001

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drum smove < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ]


Description

This command moves the drum to a specified position using either an optionally specified velocity (in RPM) or a default velocity. In contrast to a 'move' command the 'smove' command waits for the time specified by the 'tsettle' parameter before the move is complete. This allows the drum to settle out any small oscillations that may occur at the end of a drum position trajectory. In addition to specifying drum velocity for the 'smove' command the drum may also be moved to position in the shortest possible angular distance. If a 'shortest' move type is specified as well as velocity the sign of the velocity (i.e. the direction of movement) may be automatically changed by the firmware to ensure a 'shortest' move.

Notes

An 'smove' command is slightly less time-efficient than a 'move' command because it waits for drum oscillations to settle out at the end of the move trajectory. This command is used in cases where a very stable drum position is established before the command can be considered successful. The 'tsettle' nvs parameter determines how long the drum waits for stability at the end of an'smove' command. It is not necessary to stop a spinning drum before issuing an 'smove' command. A stop will occur automatically and the drum will then proceed To the new requested position.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 14-Jun-2001

Command: drum spin <velocity> drum move < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ] on page 54 PRM: PRM: drum tsettle 37716 on page 464 37712 on page 462

drum spin < velocity >


Description

This command spins the drum from its current velocity to a new velocity. The velocity is specified in RPM and may be positive (to spin in the 'imaging' direction) or negative (to spin opposite the 'imaging' direction). The drum is aware of its current velocity and performs the necessary acceleration to achieve the new velocity. This command is available.
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drum sstopat < position >


Description

This command stops a spinning drum at a specified position without an intervening stop at a random position. This occurs only if the current drum velocity is greater than 100 RPM (positive or negative). When the current drum speed is less than 100 RPM this command performs exactly as a 'drum move <position> s' command where the drum first stops at a random position, then moves to the requested position in the shortest possible distance. This also ensure that the drum is fully settled before completing. This command is available.
Field 12-Jul-2005

Availability Access Modified See Also

drum move < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ] on page 54 drum smove < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ] on page 56

drum static
Description

This command accelerates the drum from its current velocity to a zero velocity. This is a special case of the drum spin command which accelerates the drum from its current velocity to any other velocity. This command may be issued when the drum is already zero at velocity and in fact this may the usual case. The reason for the command is to bypass the usual safety checks required before spinning the drum since the assumption is that the drum is either already spinning at a nonzero velocity (in which the safety checks are irrelevant) or the drum is already at zero velocity and this command will not change the fact. This command is essentially a drum 'hold' command where the drum is 'held' from moving by the velocity control algorithm using a set point of zero velocity. The drum may be moved to a new position by an outside force and if the force is removed the drum will 'hold' at the new position. This is markedly different from position control where a drum moved from its current controlled position will 'spring back' to that position when the outside force is removed.

Availability Access

This command is available.


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Command: drum spin <velocity> drum move < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ] on page 54 drum smove < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ] on page 56

drum stopat < position >


Description

This command stops a spinning drum at a specified position without an intervening stop at a random position. This occurs only if the current drum velocity is greater than 100 RPM (positive or negative). When the current drum speed is less than 100 RPM this command performs exactly as a 'drum move <position> s' command where the drum first stops at a random position, then moves to the requested position in the shortest possible distance. This command is available.
Field 15-Nov-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

drum move < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ] on page 54 drum smove < position > [ [ < velocity > ] | [ s ] ] on page 56

drum stopidle
Description Availability Access Modified

This command first stops the drum if the drum power is enabled, then the drum is idled. This command is available.
Field 07-Jul-2011

drum stop
Description

This command stops a moving drum. If the drum is not moving nothing happens and the command simply completes successfully. The drum can be moving under several scenarios. During initialization a stop command will bring the drum to an immediate halt and the initialization sequence is aborted. When spinning in velocity control mode a stop will cause the drum to decelerate to zero RPM and remain in 'velocity control' mode at it current position. When moving to a position after executing a 'move' or 'smove' command (i.e. a 'positioning' command) the drum will stop immediately (with possible oscillations) and remain in 'position control mode' at its current position. This command is available.

Availability

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drum torque < drive >


Description

This command drives the drum in 'torque' mode (otherwise known as 'open loop' mode). A torque 'drive' value in 'Newton-meters' is specified and the drum amplifier supplies the necessary drum motor current to achieve this torque. The drum controller ignores feedback from the drum tach encoder in torque mode. The assumption is that some external friction or mechanical load is present that prevents the drum from accelerating to excessive velocity. The drum should be taken out of torque with the 'idle' command. This will remove output drive from the drum motor and (if the drum is currently moving) allow the drum to 'coast' to a stop over time. As a safety measure the drum will automatically switch to 'idle' mode if drum velocity exceeds 100 RPM. Requirements to spin the drum in excess of 100 RPM in torque mode are unlikely (and probably unsafe).

Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available only at the 'expert' access level. It is typically used for testing and debugging purposes. This command is available.
Expert 14-Jun-2001

Command: drum idle

dr
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This was an old FW1 command that service people still might try to use. It will now point them to the debris command which should be used instead. This is an aliased command This command is available.
Field 14-Aug-2001

dtl
Description Availability

This is the top level DTL communication driver command This command is available.

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dtl diag
Description

This command will display the current state of the DTL packet receive and transmit state machines and statistical information for each locical DTL communication channel. This command is available.
Developer 21-Feb-2002

Availability Access Modified

dummy
Description Availability Access Modified

This is an unused command. This command is NOT available.


Developer 27-May-2008

dw < address > [ < quantity > ]


Description

Display the memory contents of the specified memory address (in words). By default 16 words will be displayed, but any number can be specified (in the quantity field). This command is available.
Expert 29-Mar-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

Command: db <address> Command: dl <address>

edge
Description Availability Access Modified

This section of commands provides control over the edge detection procedure. Please see sub-commands for detailed information. This command is available.
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edge away [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

View or set the option that tells the edge test command to look for the away edge. This command is available.
Field 26-Mar-2007

edge stop
Description Availability Access Modified

This command aborts the currently executing edge detect process. This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

edge test
Description

This command performs an edge detection operation on the currently loaded media. The operation is the same as that performed at the start of a plot. If no edge is detected after 5 search attempts, an error occurs. This command cannot be executed while a plot is in progress. A plot cannot be started while an edge test is in progress. If side A of blueline media is currently loaded, then the away edge of the media is searched as well.

Notes

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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edge test camera


Description Notes

This command performs an edge detection using the edge detect camera. This command cannot be executed while a plot is in progress. A plot cannot be started while an edge test is in progress. Requires camera-edge-detect option to be enabled. This command is available.
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edge test mainscan


Description

This command performs a mainscan edge detection operation on the currently loaded media at the current carriage position. A mainscan edge detect will locate the first edge from the current drum position - it will not locate multiple edges around the drum. This command is primarily for ThermoFlex Sleeves devices operating with sleeves where the location of a seam sleeves is required to properly image a staggered seam sleeve. Products not requiring this functionality will not have implemented this sequence.

Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command cannot be executed while a plot is in progress. A plot cannot be started while a mainscan edge test is in progress. This command is available.
Field 05-Aug-2003

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edge test plate < plateid >


Description

This command performs an edge detection operation on the specified loaded plate. The operation is the same as that performed at the start of a plot. If no edge is detected after 5 search attempts, an error occurs. This command cannot be executed while a plot is in progress. A plot cannot be started while an edge test is in progress. Requires dual-plate option to be enabled. This command is available.
Field 28-Feb-2002

Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

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edge test plate < plateid > camera


Description Notes Availability

Perform the edge detection using the edge detect camera. Requires camera-edge-detect option to be enabled. This command is available.

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edoor
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of the exit door. This command is available.


Field 18-Mar-2002

edoor < open | close > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Open or closes the exit door. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

eject
Description Availability Access Modified

Sends a 'eject' response to the current suspend. This command is available.


Field 18-Feb-2002

emce boot [ < on | off > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Disable or enable downloading main firmware from BOOTP-STG server at start up. Typing just "emce boot" will display the current status of this boot flag (NVS). This command is available.
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emce diagport
Description Availability Access Modified

Show which serial port has been selected for use with the diagnostic monitor stream. This command is available.
Field 24-Nov-2004

emce diagport rs232


Description Availability Access Modified

Select the RS232 serial port (J38 connector) for use with the diagnostic monitor stream. This command is available.
Field 24-Nov-2004

emce diagport usb


Description Availability Access Modified

Select the USB serial port for use with the diagnostic monitor stream. This command is available.
Field 24-Nov-2004

emce exit
Description Availability Access Modified

Allow developers to exit the firmware without resetting the board. This command is available.
Developer 06-Feb-2012

emce fiber
Description Availability Access Modified

Detect presence of the EMCE fiber transceiver module. This command is available.
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emce flt [ < ext_int > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Fiber Ethernet link loopback test. This command is available.


Field 19-Nov-2004

emce log [ < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to Enable or Disable diagnostic log buffer buffering, and to obtain current status. This command is available.
Field 26-May-2005

emce log debug < size > < delay >


Description

Set EMCE ram-log buffer into "debug" operating mode. The 4th parameter specifies how much (percent full) data to keep in the ram log buffer. The size of the EMCE ram-log buffer is currently 1Mbyte. To disable the "debug" operating mode, specify a percent full parameter of zero, or issue the command "emce log normal". For the debug mode of operation to take effect, you must warm-start the firmware. Do this by issuing the monitor command "reset partial". This command is available.
Field 18-Sep-2006

Notes Availability Access Modified

emce log dump


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to dump the contents of diagnostic ram log buffer. It will remove all entries, setting the buffer contents to zero. This command is available.
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emce log normal


Description

Set EMCE ram-log buffer into "normal" (external) operating mode. The BOOT code will no longer attempt to dump out the contents of the ram-log buffer on firmware restarts. For the normal mode of operation to take effect, you must restart the firmware. Do this by issuing the monitor command "reset partial", or "reset". This command is available.
Field 18-Sep-2006

Notes Availability Access Modified

emce log reset


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to reset the diagnostic log buffer. It will remove any pending entries, setting the buffer contents to zero. This command is available.
Field 27-May-2005

emce memtest < start > < size > < count >
Description

EMCE 405 Boot Loader POST board memory test invoker. This command will pass parameters to the 405 Boot loader firmware module, and have it perform EMCE board ram memory tests. This command is available.
Expert 21-Jan-2005

Availability Access Modified

emce power
Description Availability Access Modified

Display all of the voltage levels measured on the EMCE board. The units are volts. This command is available.
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emce reset
Description Availability Access Modified

Reset the EMCE board. Will reset the entire board, including the MBZ processor. This command is available.
Developer 13-Feb-2006

emce switch
Description Availability Access Modified

Switch the EMCE diagnostic serial port to either the HCS12 serial port (J39) or to the Xilinx serial port (J38). Acts like a toggle. This command is available.
Developer 13-Feb-2006

emce telnet_diag < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

Enable or Disable the diagnostic serial port monitor stream when a telnet session is active. This command is available.
Field 24-Nov-2004

emce term [ < on | off > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the state of the SCON bus (CAN) terminator plugs, and if monitoring the terminators is active. This command is available.
Field 15-Jun-2005

engine
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the engine status, including all hardware associated with the engine. This command is available.
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engine accuracy
Description Availability Access Modified

This is a developer only command, which displays the accuracy of the encoder relative to the circumference of the drum. This command is available.
Developer 18-Mar-2002

engine cancel
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command cancels any currently running engine sequence. This command should not be used outside of testing. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

engine fail
Description Availability Access Modified

This command will return the name of the step that the engine will be forced to fail on. This command is available.
Developer 18-Mar-2002

engine fail < string >


Description

This command controls the step that the engine will be forced to fail on. The string must be the exact name of the string to fail on. To clear the exact name of the string must be entered in again. This command is available.
Developer 18-Mar-2002

Availability Access Modified

engine init
Description Availability

Initializes the engine, including all hardware associated with the engine. This command is available.

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engine moveto loadpos


Description Availability Access Modified

This uses the engine to move to the 'load' position of the drum as specified by loadpos. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

engine moveto parkpos


Description Availability Access Modified

This uses the engine to move to the park position of the drum This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

engine moveto unloadpos


Description Availability Access Modified

This uses the engine to move to the 'unload' position of the drum This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

engine release
Description Availability Access Modified

This command can also be used when the engine is idle and has media that can be released. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

engine set loadpos


Description Availability

This sets the current drum position to be the load position for the engine. This command is available.

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engine set parkpos


Description Availability Access Modified

This sets the current drum position to be the park position for the engine. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

engine step
Description Availability Access Modified

When the engine has step mode enabled, this will run the next sequence step in the engine command that is being executed. This command is available.
Expert 18-Mar-2002

engine step < enable | disable >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command will enable or disable engine step mode. This command is available.
Expert 18-Mar-2002

engine time
Description

This will move each actuator associated with the engine and display the time it takes for each to move. This also involves moving the drum to the LEC position prior to timing the leading edge clamp, and moving the drum to the park position prior to timing the trailing edge clamp. Similar to <<time engine>> on old devices. This command is available.
Field 02-Aug-2002

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epdb read
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Command for reading from the EPDB status registers over the SSC (SPI) link. For debugging purposes only. This command is available.
Developer 13-Apr-2012

epdb reset
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Sends a soft reset command to the EPDB. For debugging purposes only. This command is available.
Developer 08-May-2012

epdb stats
Description

Displays statistics for EPDB communication, including the number of parity errors on read operations, the number of write failures, the number of hardware timeouts, and the number of read retries. For debugging purposes only. This command is available.
Developer 13-Apr-2012

Notes Availability Access Modified

epdb write < byte1 > < byte2 >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Command for writing to the EPDB command registers over the SSC (SPI) link. For debugging purposes only. This command is available.
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error
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

The "error" commands are used to access system error information. This command is available.
Developer 14-Jun-2001

list error [ < errorcode > ] on page 135

error list
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

The "error" commands are used to access system error information. This command is available.
Developer 14-Jun-2001

list error [ < errorcode > ] on page 135

error list
Description

This command displays information on all the firmware errors which can be reported by the device. The information displayed for each error includes:

the actual error code the funtional subsystem in which the error is defined a description of the error

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Developer 14-Jun-2001

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error param
Description

This command displays a list of all parameterized errors stored in the parameterized error buffer. The information displayed for each error includes:

actual error code system time when error was recorded all data associated with the error

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Developer 14-Jun-2001

list error [ < errorcode > ] on page 135

error reserve < errorid >


Description

This command reserves the specified parameterized error. Reserving the parameterized error means that the error will persist until it recieves an "unreserved" command. This is strictly an engineering command. Any error number can be entered, however only parameterized errors will be reserved, all others will be ignored. This command is available.
Developer 14-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

list error [ < errorcode > ] on page 135

error test [ fatal ]


Description

This command stores a "test" error into the parameterized error table. It is used for testing and diagnostic purposes. The "error test fatal" command will create a fatal error. This command is available.
Developer 14-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

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error unreserve < errorid >


Description

This command unreserves the specified parameterized error. This is strictly an engineering command. Any error number can be entered, however only parameterized errors will be unreserved, all others will be ignored. This command is available.
Developer 14-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

list error [ < errorcode > ] on page 135

estop
Description Availability Access Modified

Returns the current status of the emergency stop switch. This command is available.
Field 11-May-2011

estop clear
Description

Used to clear the emergency stop error. After pressing and releasing an emergency stop switch it is required that the operator see and respond to another prompt before continue device operation. In the case of commands that do not suspend, they will continue to get the same error until they enter in this command to clear the error. This command is available.
Field 11-May-2011

Availability Access Modified

event [ < value > ]


Description

Generates a user-defined statistic event. If the optional value is specified, it is included in the event report. This command is useful for scripting, or for leaving 'bookmarks' in the statistics event log. This command is available.
Field 08-Jul-2002

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fans
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to display the status of the system fan. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

fans < on | off >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command is used to turn the system fans on or off. This in general should only be used for testing the wiring. The fans are turned on automatically at the start of every plot. This command is available.
Expert 18-Mar-2002

fco
Description Availability Access Modified

Display all components fco labels values. FCO holds the current 100-Label number which indicates all FCOs done on the system. This command is available.
Field 11-Jan-2005

fco < component >


Description

Display <component> fco labels values if it exists in the list of registered components. Otherwise, it displays invalid component name error message. FCO holds the current 100-Label number which indicates all FCOs done on the system. This command is available.
Field 11-Jan-2005

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fco < component > < label >


Description

Display <component> fco <label> value if it exists in the list of registered components and the label is between 1 - 100. Otherwise, it displays an appropiate error message. FCO holds the current 100-Label number which indicates all FCOs done on the system. This command is available.
Field 11-Jan-2005

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fco < component > < label > < on | off >
Description

Set/Clear <component> fco <label> value if it exists in the list of registered components and the label is between 1 - 100. Otherwise, it displays an appropiate error message. FCO holds the current 100-Label number which indicates all FCOs done on the system. This command is available.
Field 11-Jan-2005

Availability Access Modified

feature [ < password > + ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the any optional features that may be enabled. This command is available.
Field 22-Jul-2002

feature list
Description Availability Access Modified

Display ALL feature information. This command is available.


Field 22-Jul-2002

feature list current


Description Availability

Display feature information for the current model. This command is available.

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feature remove
Description Availability Access Modified

Display all removable feature information for the current model. This command is available.
Expert 22-Jul-2002

feature remove < tag >


Description Availability Access Modified

Remove the optional feature specified by <tag>. This command is available.


Expert 22-Jul-2002

fload
Description Availability Access Modified

When in programming mode, this command downloads a file from the terminal device to HC memory. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2002

fload binary head bundle


Description

When in programming mode, this command downloads a .bin file from the terminal device to HC memory. Loads the bundle of LCA files for the HC and LVD boards into HC memory. The firmware determines the version of the HC and LVD boards and loads the appropriate LCA files from the bundle.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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fload binary head code


Description

When in programming mode, this command downloads a .bin file from the terminal device to HC memory. Loads the firmware into HC memory.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2002

fload head bundle


Description

When in programming mode, this command downloads a .hex file from the terminal device to HC memory. Loads the bundle of LCA files into HC memory for the HC and LVD boards. The firmware determines the version of the HC and LVD boards and loads the appropriate LCA files from the bundle.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2002

fload head code


Description

When in programming mode, this command downloads a .hex file from the terminal device to HC memory. Loads the firmware into HC memory.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2002

flush
Description

Performs a device flush. The flush command aborts any executing jobs, and reinitializes the job (possibly ejecting media) in preparation for a new imaging sequence. This command is available.
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flyoff
Description Notes

This command is used to tell the current state of the flyoff flag. If a flyoff has occured, and has not been cleared this flag will be true. A flyoff should be cleared by opening the front door of the machine, and removing the media that caused the flyoff. Once the media has been removed, the flyoff will be cleared automatically (once the front door has been opened and then closed). This command is available.
Field 18-Sep-2001

Availability Access Modified

flyoff clear
Description Notes

This command is used to clear the current state of the flyoff flag. Flyoffs should normally be cleared by opening and closing of the front door of the machine, along with removing the media that caused the problem. This command should only be used if the above was done, but the flyoff was not cleared. This command is available.
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focus < focus mode >


Description

The focus commands are used for testing. If the head NVS parameter "vb" is set to 1 then the focus diagnostic streaming to the monitor is enabled provided the current focus mode is one of the plotting modes and focus is on. One set of numbers should appear for each rotation of the drum. If these numbers do not appear the focus is either not working or in the wrong mode. The first of the four diagnostic numbers is the focus figure of merit with smaller numbers indicating better performance. These should be less than 100 once the focus has been learned. The second number is the largest focus error on the previous rotation (in units of 1/3 micron). The third is the position in the table of the largest error and the fourth number is the number of entries in the table. focus init Measures the focus offset values for the optical distance sensor so they can be nulled out during normal sensor operation. An error is generated if the offset values are not initialized prior to enabling the autofocus system. Offset initialization is automatically performed during the first plot following a reset. focus learn Learns the focus at the current carriage position. The drum must be spinning and the PLL locked for this command to work. The focus mode should also be in one of the plotting modes (fmode 0 or 4). focus hold Stores the lens position profile generated by the autofocus system so that it can be used upon startup of imaging to focus at the edge of the plate. When focus is in hold the lens will repeatedly play back the stored profile every rotation of the drum. The drum has to be spinning, the PLL locked and the focus profile learned for this command to work. The focus mode should also be in one of the plotting modes (fmode 0 or 4). focus on Enables the autofocus system. Result depends on the currently set focus mode. The drum needs to be spinning and the PLL locked for focus modes 0,3,4 and 6. The drum should not be spinning for focus mode 2 but the shutter has to be open. For the fixed lens position mode 1 none of the above matters but the lens position is set by the head NVS parameter lpos. focus off Disables the autofocus system.

Availability

This command is available.

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focus cal [ < cal mode > ]


Description

Commands to calibrate the focus laser. Used for integration. "focus cal" should never be run except on media of known reflectivity (Kodak IR plate at sr 0.16). The purpose is of this command is to setup the head dependent focus parameters. Media dependent changes belong in the media NVS settings. On other media use "focus cal reflect" to determine a suitable value for the "media sr" setting. This last variant of this command is the only one that should need to be used in the field. To use this command switch to new media setting with "mode media" command position head in front of media loaded on drum and then issue the command "focus cal reflect". It is possible to do all the calibrations done by "focus cal" one by one using the commands "focus cal fshift", "focus cal fhead", "focus cal fmod" and "focus cal error". These commands adjust the head parameters "fshift", "fheadcal", "fmodcal" and "ferrcal" respectively.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

focus find < opcode >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Command the head to start searching for the best focus position using the internal CCD. It is expected that the carriage is at position 0, and the drum is spinning at a specified speed. This command is available.
Field 27-Jun-2002

focus find state


Description Availability Access Modified

Determine the focus find state. This command is available.


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focus laser < focus laser >


Description

Controls the focus laser. focus laser on Turns on the focus laser. focus laser off Turns off the focus laser. Note that the focus laser will be automatically turned on by the command "focus cal [fshift|fhead|fmod|error|reflect]".

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

focus lpos off


Description Availability Access Modified

Disables the fixed lens-position mode. This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

focus lpos on < lens position >


Description

Configures the thermal head to fix the specified lens-position. The thermal head focus is configured for mode 1 ( fixed lens-position mode ). This command is intended to aid the flexo project setup the second stage focus adjustment. The thermal head is fixed at a lens-position that is consistent with the command "head install on" and the second stage focus adjustment is set to simulate the thickness of Kodak IR plates. As a result, the thermal head will think it is imaging media with a thickness of ~305um while in fact the thickness is >1cm. Enables the fixed lens-position mode at the position specified by <position>. The position is an integer ranging from -500um to 500um.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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focus position
Description Availability Access Modified

Determine the head position relative to the drum surface by using the focus values. This command is available.
Field 27-Jun-2002

fwd
Description Availability Access Modified

FWD firmware directory subsystem general commands. This command is available.


Field 29-Jun-2004

fwd list
Description Availability Access Modified

List directory entries without verifying their component check sums. This command is available.
Field 29-Jun-2004

fwd optimize
Description Availability Access Modified

Optimize FWD access speed by removing deleted entries from directory table. This command is available.
Field 29-Jun-2004

fwd validate
Description Availability Access Modified

Validate all entries in firmware directory table. This command is available.


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fwd version
Description

Display information of current FWD version:


Version number Total FWD entries Total deleted FWD entries

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 29-Jun-2004

fw dir
Description

This command displays firmware information for all firmware components installed on the DNE (i.e. flash memory, RAM, and DNE disks). The firmware name (e.g. main firmware, boot firmware, Xilinx code etc), version, start address, length and checksum validity for each firmware component is reported. Information is also reported for firmware images stored on the DNE's hard disks. To see the currently loaded and running firmware and Xilinx, one must use the "list version" monitor command.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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fw save < disk >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to save the main firmware image stored in RAM to a specified DNE hard disk. This command is available.
Field 12-Jun-2001

fw save all
Description Availability

This command saves the main firmware image stored in RAM to all of the DNE's hard disks. This command is available.

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gc
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays geometric correction settings on the device in a more easily readable format than "set gc". This command is available.
Field 02-Oct-2007

gc init
Description Availability Access Modified

This command sets the "gc pinloc" and "gc subscansizemax" nvs parameters to their default values. This command is obsolete starting at release 1.49.06
Expert 02-Oct-2007

gdpc diag
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays diagnostic counters. This command is available.


Field 09-Jun-2004

gdpc diag clear


Description Availability Access Modified

Resets diagnostic counters. This command is available.


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gdpc fwunpacker [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

Displays status of firmware UDP image data unpacker. If enabled, the GMCE firmware performs unpacking of image data packets received from the workstation. If disabled, this is done by Xilinx. The default is disabled. Firmware unpacking should only be performed for debugging purposes, since it is much slower than the Xilinx. This command is available.
Expert 09-Jun-2004

Availability Access Modified

gdpc log clear


Description Availability Access Modified

Clear the UDP packet log This command is available.


Field 09-Jun-2004

gdpc log display


Description Availability Access Modified

Display the UDP packet log This command is available.


Field 09-Jun-2004

gdpc th2 [ < window > ]


Description

Displays TH2 datapath diagnostics. An optional <window> parameter can be provided to set the maximum window size that is reported to PSRM. Use this command to throttle the data rate from PSRM so as not to overwhelm the GMCE firmware. This command is available.
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gdpc th2 reset


Description Availability Access Modified

Resets TH2 datapath state machine. This is provided to recover from an error such that the state machine is stuck. It puts the state machine into a closed state. This command is available.
Expert 09-Jun-2004

getclamp
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is obsolete. It points to <<tec getclamp>> This command is available.


Field 07-Jan-2002

gim
Description Notes

Shows overall RCON status information for the device. State information for the imaging sequence, the drum, and the carriage are all listed. The following information is listed:

Image Task 0 information: Image ID Error Status Prompt Handle Suspend Handle Image Status GUI Status % Complete Flags FLUSH STATUS HEAD STATUS RCON Drum Status RCON Carriage Status

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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gim bypassprompt ignore


Description

Sets a flag so that the "I/O bypassed" prompt will be taken down on the next image, and will not be posted again. This would be useful at tradeshows or other events where we may need to run with sensors disabled, but we don't want to draw attention to that fact. This setting is volatile - it will have to be redone if the device is reset. This command is available.
Developer 27-Jul-2002

Notes Availability Access Modified

gim carriage
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of the RCON carriage state machine. This command is available.
Developer 16-Jul-2001

gim carriage reset


Description Availability Access Modified

Resets the RCON carriage state machine to its initial (ready) state. This function is intended to be used when diagnosing and testing RCON carriage functionality. This command is available.
Developer 16-Jul-2001

gim cds
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of the RCON cds (carriage drum sync) state machine. This command is available.
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gim cds reset


Description

Resets the RCON cds (carriage drum sync) state machine to its initial (ready) state. This command is intended to be used when diagnosing and testing RCON cds functionality. This command is available.
Developer 01-Aug-2001

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gim drum
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of the RCON drum state machine. This command is available.
Developer 16-Jul-2001

gim drum error


Description Availability Access Modified

Forces the RCON drum state machine into the error state. This is used to debug the RCON drum error handling functionality. This command is available.
Developer 16-Jul-2001

gim drum reset


Description Availability Access Modified

Resets the RCON drum state machine to its initial (ready) state. This function is intended to be used when diagnosing and testing RCON drum functionality. This command is available.
Developer 16-Jul-2001

gim edge
Description Availability

Displays the status of the RCON edge detect state machine. This command is available.

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gim edge reset


Description

Resets the RCON edge detect state machine to its initial (ready) state. This command is intended to be used when diagnosing and testing RCON edge detect functionality. This command is available.
Developer 16-Jul-2001

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gim lamp < mask > < off | on | flash >


Description Availability Access Modified

Controls the display mode of device indicator lamps. This command is not available on all devices. This command is available.
Developer 16-Jul-2001

gim latch
Description Notes

Displays the status of all generic latches. For each generic latch in the system, the following information is listed:

Latch Number Latch Type Latch Position Previous State Current State

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 16-Jul-2001

gim latch < number > trigger


Description Availability

Causes a simulated trigger event to occur on the given latch. This command is available.

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gmce boot [ < on | off > ]

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gmce boot [ < on | off > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Disable or enable downloading main firmware from BOOTP-STG server at start up. Typing just "gmce boot" will display the current status of this boot flag (NVS). This command is available.
Field 07-Jul-2004

gmce diagport
Description Availability Access Modified

Show which serial port has been selected for use with the diagnostic monitor stream. This command is available.
Field 07-Jul-2004

gmce diagport rs232


Description Availability Access Modified

Select the RS232 serial port (J38 connector) for use with the diagnostic monitor stream. This command is available.
Field 07-Jul-2004

gmce diagport usb


Description Availability Access Modified

Select the USB serial port for use with the diagnostic monitor stream. This command is available.
Field 07-Jul-2004

gmce fiber
Description Availability

Detect presence of the GMCE fiber transceiver module. This command is available.
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gmce flt [ < ext_int > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Fiber Ethernet link loopback test. This command is available.


Field 19-Nov-2004

gmce hcs12
Description Availability Access Modified

Read the current HCS12 micro status, firmware versions, and mac address from the HCS12 MCU chip. This command is available.
Developer 07-Jul-2004

gmce log [ < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to Enable or Disable diagnostic log buffer buffering, and to obtain current status. This command is available.
Field 26-May-2005

gmce log debug < size > < delay >


Description

Set GMCE ram-log buffer into "debug" operating mode. The 4th parameter specifies how much (percent full) data to keep in the ram log buffer. The size of the GMCE ram-log buffer is currently 1Mbyte. To disable the "debug" operating mode, specify a percent full parameter of zero, or issue the command "gmce log normal". For the debug mode of operation to take effect, you must warm-start the firmware. Do this by issuing the monitor command "reset partial". This command is available.
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gmce log dump


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to dump the contents of diagnostic ram log buffer. It will remove all entries, setting the buffer contents to zero. This command is available.
Field 14-Sep-2006

gmce log normal


Description

Set GMCE ram-log buffer into "normal" (external) operating mode. The BOOT code will no longer attempt to dump out the contents of the ram-log buffer on firmware restarts. For the normal mode of operation to take effect, you must restart the firmware. Do this by issuing the monitor command "reset partial", or "reset". This command is available.
Field 18-Sep-2006

Notes Availability Access Modified

gmce log reset


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to reset the diagnostic log buffer. It will remove any pending entries, setting the buffer contents to zero. This command is available.
Field 27-May-2005

gmce memtest < start > < size > < count >
Description

GMCE 405 Boot Loader POST board memory test invoker. This command will pass parameters to the 405 Boot loader firmware module, and have it perform GMCE board ram memory tests. This command is available.
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gmce power
Description Availability Access Modified

Display all of the voltage levels measured on the GMCE board. The units are volts. This command is available.
Developer 07-Jul-2004

gmce reset
Description Availability Access Modified

Reset the GMCE board. Will reset the entire board, including both the HCS12 and the PowerPC processor. This command is available.
Developer 07-Jul-2004

gmce switch
Description Availability Access Modified

Switch the GMCE diagnostic serial port to either the HCS12 serial port (J39) or to the Xilinx serial port (J38). Acts like a toggle. This command is available.
Developer 07-Jul-2004

gmce telnet_diag < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

Enable or Disable the diagnostic serial port monitor stream when a telnet session is active. This command is available.
Field 24-Nov-2004

gmce temp
Description

Read the four temperature readings from the LM83 temperature sensor chip, and also from the additional onboard temperature sensor. The temperature values are displayed in degree Celcius. This command is available.

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gmce tempset < tempname > [ < threshold > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Set LM83 temperature threshold values. This command is available.


Field 07-Jul-2004

gmce term [ < on | off > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the state of the SCON bus (CAN) terminator plugs, and if monitoring the terminators is active. This command is available.
Field 15-Jun-2005

gmce uee er [ < addr > ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Erase data from the USB Eeprom chip. Only available on engineering builds. This command is available.
Developer 10-Nov-2005

gmce uee rd
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Read data from the USB Eeprom chip. Only available on engineering builds. This command is available.
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gmce uee wr < addr > < data >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Write single 16-bit data word to the USB Eeprom chip. Only available on engineering builds. This command is available.
Developer 10-Nov-2005

group
Description Availability Access Modified

The top level command for accessing the group command set. This command is available.
Field 30-Aug-2001

group end < index >


Description Availability Access Modified

Ends a group of images. This command is available.


Field 30-Aug-2001

group start < index > < headid1 > < plateid1 > [ [ < headid2 > ] [ < plateid2 > ] ]
Description Availability Access Modified

Starts a group of images. This command is available.


Field 30-Aug-2001

head
Description Availability Access Modified

Used to query and control the thermal exposure head. This command is available.
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Description

The head install command should be used when installing a head onto the carriage mount. It is important that a plate is loaded before issuing this command with the focus beam hitting the surface of the plate. Use the same method as before. Be sure that the media thickness and carrier thickness parameters are correct since the head determines the lens position to hold the lens at based on the sum of these. For a total thickness of 305 um the lens will be very near the center of its travel. The head is switched internally to fmode 1 during head install but note that the ususal fmode 1 lens position parameter "lpos" has no effect during head install. Note that the maximum setup range is +/- 200 um from center but the head works best if lens is near the middle. In some cases it may be desirable to set the lens position independent of the media thickness. In this case use the lower level "head stream on" command instead after switching the focus to fmode 1 and setting the "lpos" to zero. head install on The laser will be disabled, the head will be configured with the thickness, surface reflectivity and surface depth for the currently loaded media, the focus will be setup for install mode, the shutter will open, and the focus sum, difference, and error values will scroll on the diagnostic terminal every second. The values will change as the head is moved forward and backward on the mount. The optional thickness parameter can be used to override the setting for the currently loaded media. head install off The shutter will close, the data scrolling will stop, and the focus will be taken out of install mode. Note that the laser will remain disabled. It is not necessary to change any NVS parameters when using this command.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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head boot [ < brate > ]


Description

When in programming mode, this command loads the boot loader into the thermal head from the host. Note that the boot loader firmware for the thermal head is actually part of the host firmware. Since the boot loader must be loaded through the serial port, there will be a delay of between 10 to 15 seconds before the command is complete. This command is available.

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head bp
Description

Displays the current in the beam position actuator. Note that this command is only used during head integration.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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head bp < bp current >


Description

Sets the current in the beam position actuator. The <amps> parameter specifies the current. This command has no effect if the beam position servo has been turned on with the command "head bp on". Note that this command is only used during head integration.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 29-Aug-2003

head bp < bp mode >


Description

head bp on Enables the beam positioning servo mechanism. head bp off Disables the beam positioning servo mechanism. head bp hold Sets the current in the beam position actuator to the hold current. Note that this command is only used during head integration.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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head debug bank < bank offset > < bank size >

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Description Availability Access Modified

Display the block of banked memory. This command is available.


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head debug heap


Description Availability Access Modified

Display allocation information for the heap. This command is available.


Developer 29-Aug-2003

head debug interrupt


Description Availability Access Modified

Display the number of unhandled interrupts. This command is available.


Developer 29-Aug-2003

head debug nvs < nvs offset > < nvs size >
Description Availability Access Modified

Display the block of NVS memory. This command is available.


Developer 29-Aug-2003

head debug ram < ram address > < ram size >
Description Availability Access Modified

Display the block of RAM memory. This command is available.


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head debug stack


Description Availability Access Modified

Display stack information for all tasks. This command is available.


Developer 29-Aug-2003

head debug stats


Description Availability Access Modified

Display statistical information for all tasks. This command is available.


Developer 29-Aug-2003

head debug structure < structure index >


Description Availability Access Modified

Display the internal data structure. This command is available.


Developer 29-Aug-2003

head debug trace < trace mode >


Description Availability Access Modified

Configure the trace buffer. This command is available.


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head edge < edge mode >

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Description

head edge on Samples the autofocus error to determine whether the autofocus laser beam is on the plate. The command "head edge on" is a low-level command not to be used in the field. head edge off Turns off continuous sampling of the autofocus error. This is the default. Used for software testing.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 29-Aug-2003

head edge thinit < opcode >


Description Availability Access Modified

Start or stop the head edge threshold initialization. This command is available.
Field 29-Aug-2003

head edge thinit state


Description Availability Access Modified

Current state of the head edge threshold initialization. This command is available.
Field 29-Aug-2003

head end
Description Availability Access Modified

Terminates programming mode in the thermal head. The thermal head is reset and then re-enters binary mode. This command is available.
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head erase bundle


Description

When in programming mode, this command erases pre-allocated sections in the thermal head. Note that this function is automatically performed when downloading a file from the terminal device to HC memory. Erase the bundle of LCA files for the HC and LVD boards from HC memory.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2002

head erase code


Description

When in programming mode, this command erases pre-allocated sections in the thermal head. Note that this function is automatically performed when downloading a file from the terminal device to HC memory. Erase the firmware from HC memory.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2002

head flatten [ < flatten scale > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

A script command for automatic banding correction scripts. This command is available.
Developer 29-Aug-2003

head grade ei
Description Availability Access Modified

Configures the head for P33. This command is available.


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head grade qt

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head grade qt
Description Availability Access Modified

Configures the head for P22. This command is available.


Developer 29-Aug-2003

head init
Description Availability Access Modified

Initialize the exposure head system parameters. Resetting all system parameters to power-up defaults will restore the exposure head to a known state. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2002

head interval < status interval >


Description

Sets the rate at which the HC board sends status messages to the MPE board. The <seconds> parameter specifies the number of seconds between status messages. The range is from 0 to 255 seconds. The default is 5. Used for software testing.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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head mask [ < mask mode > < mask number > + ]
Description

Displays the state of the LVD and DTD registers. This command is useful during integration when some boards may not be installed yet, and to check for error conditions in the head. head mask Displays the mask settings. head mask on <flag> ... Sets the mask for the desired flag(s). head mask off <flag> ... Clears the mask for the desired flag(s).

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 29-Aug-2003

head mask save


Description Availability Access Modified

Saves the mask settings into the thermal head NVS. This command is available.
Field 29-Aug-2003

head nvs [ < parameter group > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Copies the thermal head NVS from the HC board to the MPE board. This command is available.
Field 29-Aug-2003

head nvs checksum


Description Availability Access Modified

Initialize the checksums of the NVS parameters. This command is available.


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Description

Displays the current head position over the currently loaded media, relative to the media origin. That is, relative to the home edge in the subscan direction and the first imageable pixel in the mainscan direction. For plates, this is at the clamp margin. The position is in millimetres from the origin. This command is available.
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head position < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]


Description

Positions the head at the specified subscan offset from the home edge of the media and mainscan offset from the first imageable pixel (the clamp margin). Offsets are specified in millimetres. This command is available.
Field 09-Sep-2003

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head position < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]


Description

Positions the head at the specified subscan offset from the home edge of the media and mainscan offset from the first imageable pixel. This is the clamp margin for plates. Offsets are specified in millimetres. This command is available.
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head power [ < power mode > ]


Description

head power The power out of the head is measured with the nose piece sensor. The measured power in watts is for whatever channels are currently set to on by the command "spot". Make sure that the head NVS parameters "hpwrgain", "hpslope" and "hpoffset" are set correctly. head power pulse The head repeatedly measures the ratio of the power emitted when a group of pixels are turned on to the power emitted when all pixels are turned off, and displays the average value. Use the command "spot" to turn on the pixels to be measured. Make sure that the head NVS parameter "bpgain" is set correctly. Used for field service and integration. head power full All the pixels are turned on and the power out of the head as measured by the nose piece sensor is returned in watts. Make sure that the head NVS parameters "hpwrgain", "hpslope" and "hpoffset" are set correctly. head power sum All pixels are turned on sequentially in pairs. The power for each pair is measured with the nose piece sensor, and the results are summed up at the end to obtain the total head power. The power out of the head is returned in watts. Make sure that the head NVS parameters "bpgain", "hsslope" and "hsoffset" are set correctly. head power off All the pixels are turned off and the leakage power out of the head as measured by the nose piece sensor is returned in watts. Make sure that the head NVS parameters "hpwrgain", "hpslope" and "hpoffset" are set correctly. head power all All the channels are measured one at a time using the same method as used for the command "head power pulse". This is the same as what is done for the command "stroke profile" but the format of the output is different. The results are reported with 3 numbers on a line starting with the channel number, then the channel power and lastly the target channel power from the last stroke cal. This last column could be meaningless if a stroke cal has not been done since the last reboot. The laser must be turned on before this command may be used. It is important to let the nose piece detector warm up with the laser on. The built in warm up time before the measurement starts is set by the hdp NVS parameter "brt".

Availability

This command is available.

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head program
Description

Terminates binary mode in the thermal head. The thermal head is reset and then enters programming mode. Programming mode is used to re-program the firmware and LCA files in the thermal head. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2002

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head read < offset > < size >


Description Availability Access Modified

When in programming mode, this command will read the flash memory. By reading all flash memory, corruption of flash memory can be verified. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2002

head recover
Description

If host / exposure head initialization fails, the user cannot access the exposure head through the host. When in recovery mode, host / exposure head initialization is not performed to allow the user to access the exposure head through the host. Since host / exposure head initialization is not performed, there are two side effects of recovery mode:

The exposure head type is determined based on the NVS parameter HGMR type. Attempting to plot may produce unexpected results.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2002

head reset
Description Availability

Resets the exposure head. This is a "cold" reset since software and hardware are reset unconditionally. This command is available.
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head reset < reset mode >


Description

head reset lvd Resets the LVD board. head reset dtd Resets the DTD board. head reset abort Closes the shutter and performs a shutdown of the laser and the beam-pointing.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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head sample < sample mode >

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head sample < sample mode >


Description

head sample laser Displays the laser power. The command "laser" is normally used for this purpose. head sample bp Displays the two signals from the beam position sensor. Sensor 0 is close to the LVD board, and Sensor 1 is close to the laser diode. Used for integration. head sample focus Displays the sum, difference, and error values for the two signals from the optical distance sensor. It also displays the current lens position as measured by the Hall effect sensor. The difference between the two signals is an uncalibrated measure of the distance between the final lens and the plate. The sum of the two signals is a measure of the total amount of light incident on the detector. The error signal is the difference between the target distance specified by the foffset head NVS parameter and the actual distance measured by the optical distance sensor. The actual distance is calculated by dividing the difference signal by the sum signal and multiplying the result by a scaling constant. See the head NVS parameter "foffset". head sample edge Indicates whether the autofocus laser beam is on or off the plate, and displays the value of the sum signal from the optical distance sensor. To change the edge calibration parameters, use the command "plot edge cal". head sample lpos Displays the lens position.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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head stats bp [ < hold current > ]


Description

head stats bp Display the beam-pointing hold current that is saved in the thermal head NVS. head stats bp <hold current> Initializes the beam-pointing hold current that is saved in the thermal head NVS. The <hold current> parameter is entered in amps.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 29-Aug-2003

head stats dtd < laser on time >


Description

Initializes the laser on time that is saved in the thermal head NVS. The <laser on time> parameter is entered in seconds. The laser on time is displayed by the command "laser". This command is available.
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head stats media [ init ] [ < slots > + ]


Description

head stats media Display the head media statistics by slot number and media name. head stats media init <starting index> [<final index>] Set the HMS slots to 0, beginning with <starting index>, and ending with <final index>. If no final index is specified, only the <starting index> slot will be initialized. For example, 'head stats media init 3' would set all hms parameters to zero in slot 3, while 'head stats media init 2 15' would set all hms parameters to zero in slots 2 through 15.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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head status [ < status mode >

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head status [ < status mode >


Description

head status Displays the following information:


HC board status LVD board status DTD board status head casting temperature head ambient temperature head humidity

The humidity has been added in version 1.56 but also needs matching MPE code to enable the humidity display. head status focus Displays the software status of the focus, with an explanation. head status dtd Displays the DTD board register bit values, with an explanation. head status bp Displays the software status of the beam-pointing, with an explanation.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 29-Aug-2003

head status lvd [ < io register > ] [ [ < register value > ] ]
Description

head status lvd Displays the LVD board status register bit values, with an explanation. head status lvd <register> Displays the LVD board register bit values, with an explanation head status lvd <register> <value> Updates the register on the LVD board with the value specified by the <value> parameter and then displays the LVD board register bit values, with an explanation.

Availability

This command is available.

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head stream < stream mode >


Description

This is a lower level version of the "head install" command. No setup stuff is done by this command only the streaming of the focus sum, difference and error values to the diagnostic port is enabled or disabled. This means that the position of the lens is not controlled unless separate steps are taken before issuing this command. This command is available.
Developer 29-Aug-2003

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head test
Description Availability Access Modified

When in programming mode, this command will perform a datalink test between the host and thermal head. When complete, the command will return pass or fail. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2002

head version
Description

Displays the following information:


build date for the HC firmware version number of the HC firmware version of the HC board hardware version of the HC LCA file version of the LVD board hardware version of the LVD LCA file

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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head zstage home


Description Availability

Move the exposure head z-stage to home position. This command is available.

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head zstage move < location >

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head zstage move < location >


Description Availability Access Modified

Move the exposure head z-stage to a traget position, in microns. This command is available.
Field 29-Aug-2003

head zstage state


Description Availability Access Modified

Current state of the exposure head z-stage. This command is available.


Field 29-Aug-2003

help
Description

Display a list of the available monitor commands. For more detailed help on a particular command use help <token+> where <token+> is the command token (or command token sequence) for which help is required. This command is available.
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help -all
Description Availability Access Modified

Display an extensive list of all available monitor commands and sub commands, including a short description of what each command does. This command is available.
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help -all < token > +


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays detailed help for a specific set of commands. Parameters are described in full and all members of enumerated types are displayed. This command is available.
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help -brief
Description Availability Access Modified

Display a list of the available monitor commands, including a brief description of what each command does. This command is available.
Field 22-Apr-2001

help -debug [ all ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Display all command node data for developer debugging purposes. This command is available.
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help < search > +


Description

Wild card command search. This command will search both the command syntax and associated help text of all diagnostic commands. The search string must contain at least one '*'. Example usage:

Command must start as specified

"help plot s *" - commands must start with 'plot s'

Keyword search

"help * abort" - 'abort' can be anywhere in the command or help

Multiple keyword search

"help * spin * drum" - 'spin' and 'drum' can be in any order

Search for a phrase

"help * gap between successive series plots" - match this phrase anywhere in the command or help
Notes

The search will show only commands that are visible at the current user level.

To search commands at higher access levels first change the access level using the "access" command.

Spaces around the '*' may be ommitted.

"help * drum * spin" / "help *drum *spin" / "help *drum*spin" are treated identically.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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help < token > +


Description

Displays help for a specific command. If more than one token is entered then detailed help is displayed - parameters are described in full and all members of enumerated types are displayed. This command is available.
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help -tree
Description Availability Access Modified

Display all commands in tree format - indenting is used to highlight the node level. This command is available.
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help -tree < token >


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays detailed help for a specific set of commands in tree format - indenting is used to highlight the node level. This command is available.
Developer 22-Apr-2001

history
Description

The set of "history" commands are used to control history logging. These monitor commands are only used for development purposes.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 22-Jun-2001

history < enable | disable >


Description Availability Access Modified

Enable or disable history logging. This command is available.


Developer 22-Jun-2001

history display
Description Notes Availability

Display the list of captured events as tagged by the history APIs internal to the firmware. When the history log is displayed, if the history log was enabled previously, it is now disabled. This command is available.

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hlt
Description Availability Access Modified

Top level command for HLT subsystem. These commands typically display the status of a component of the system. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt listdebug
Description Availability Access Modified

Tests health subsystem status linked list functionality. This command is available.
Developer 10-Aug-2001

hlt puonline
Description Availability Access Modified

Puts the specified print unit in online or offline mode. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt puonline < unit > 0


Description Availability Access Modified

Puts the specified print unit in offline mode. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt puonline < unit > 1


Description Availability

Puts the specified print unit in online mode. This command is available.

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hlt reg < subsystem > < errorcode > < timeout >
Description

Registers a subsystem with the health subsystem. The specified subsystem is registered with a current status indicated by the errorcode and a reporting timeout as specified. This command is available.
Developer 10-Aug-2001

Availability Access Modified

hlt rep < subsystem > < errorcode >


Description Availability Access Modified

Causes the specified subsystem to report to the health subsystem with the given errorcode as its current status. This command is available.
Developer 10-Aug-2001

hlt shutdown system


Description Availability Access Modified

Causes the system to shut down. This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt status
Description

Displays the status of all registered health entries. For each entry, the status includes the element's identifier and description, and its current status code and description. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

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Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of the specified subsystem. This status includes the subsystem's identifier and description, and its current status code and description. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt status dne


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the connection status of the DNE. This status is either connected, cable not detected, communication lost or offline. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt status pu
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the connection status of the print units. This status is either connected, cable not detected, communication lost or offline. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt status subsystems


Description

Displays the status of only the subsystems registered with the health subsystem. For each subsystem, the status includes the subsystem's identifier and description, and its current status code and description. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

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hlt status system


Description Availability

Displays the status of the system. This status is either not started, initializing, ready or shutting down. This command is available.

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hlt status ws
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the connection status of the workstation. This status is either connected, not connected or not supported. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt test < timeout1 > < timeout2 > < timeout3 > < timeout4 > < timeout5 >
Description Availability Access Modified

Spawns five tasks that register with the health subsystem and report in at the specified timeouts. Used to test the health subsystem functionality. This command is available.
Developer 10-Aug-2001

hlt update ws
Description Availability Access Modified

Causes the health subsystem to update and display the workstation connection status. This status is either connected, not connected or not supported. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

hlt uptime
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the uptime of the main firmware. This is the amount of time since the firmware was last reset or the power was cycled. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2001

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hotlink < endis >


Description

hotlink enable Enable the hotlink test between the host and the exposure head. After the hotlink test has been enabled, the hotlink test will automatically generate hotlink data between the host and the exposure head. The hotlink test will verify the hotlink cable between the host and the exposure head. The hotlink test will typically run for an extended period of time while the user periodically checks for errors detected by the hotlink test. Note that the hotlink test will typically detect a hotlink fault immediately after the hotlink test is enabled. The hotlink test must be enabled by both the host and the exposure head. As a result, there is a period during which the hotlink will not be synchronized resulting in a hotlink fault. hotlink disable Disable the hotlink test between the host and the exposure head.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2002

hotlink reset
Description Availability Access Modified

Reset the status of the hotlink test. This command is available.


Field 10-Aug-2002

hotlink status
Description

Display the status of the hotlink test. The status includes the following:

data state (active, hotlink fault, cable not detected) fault counter overflow counter collision counter

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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icereset < printunit > +


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command resets selected ICEs that are connected to the DNE. This alias is in place for backwards compatability with older scripts which may still make use of the "icereset" command. This command is available.
Field 12-June-2001

image [ < taskid >


Description

The top level command for accessing the image command set. Used without arguments, this command displays the status of all current images in progress.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 19-Jun-2001

image cancel [ < taskid > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

This command cancels an image. Simulates an IMAGE_CANCEL message from the workstation. This command is available.
Field 19-Jun-2001

image end [ < taskid > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

This command ends an image. Simulates an IMAGE_END message from the workstation. This command is available.
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image flush
Description Availability Access Modified

This command flushes all images in progress from the system. Simulates a FLUSH message from the workstation. This command is available.
Developer 19-Jun-2001

image flush end


Description Availability Access Modified

This command ends the current flush command. Simulates a FLUSH_END message from the workstation. This command is available.
Developer 19-Jun-2001

image params [ < taskid > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the parameters an image. This command is available.


Field 19-Jun-2001

image parm
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays all current override image parameters. This command is available.


Field 19-Jun-2001

image parm < param >


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays specified override image parameters. This command is available.


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image parm < param > < value >


Description Availability Access Modified

Sets specified override image parameter to given value. This command is available.
Field 19-Jun-2001

image parm < param > default


Description Availability Access Modified

The override value is removed and the parameter reverts to its default value for all subsequent images. This command is available.
Field 19-Jun-2001

image start [ < taskid > ] | [ < mainscan > ] | [ mediapending ] | [ datapending ]
Description

This command starts a new image. Simulates an IMAGE_START message from the workstation. The MAINSCAN option specifies the mainscan dimension of the media in microns. The MEDIAPENDING option specifies that media loading is externally controlled, and will not complete until a subsequent IMAGE_PARAMETERS message. To signal the completion of media loading, you must use the command IMAGE UPDATE LOADED. The DATAPENDING option specifies that data transfer must not begin until external notification via an IMAGE_PARAMETERS message. To signal that data transfer is ready, you must use the command IMAGE UPDATE DATAREADY.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 19-Jun-2001

image stats
Description Availability

Displays statistics for image processing. This command is available.

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image stats clear


Description Availability Access Modified

Resets image statistics back to zero. This command is available.


Field 19-Jun-2001

image update [ < taskid > ] | [ loaded ] | [ dataready ]


Description

This command updates the parameters for an image. Simulates a IMAGE_PARAMETERS message from the workstation. The LOADED option specifies that external media loading has completed. This is only required if the IMAGE START MEDIAPENDING command was issued. The DATAREADY option specifies that data transfer may be initiated. This is only required if the IMAGE START DATAPENDING command was issued.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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init [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ]


Description Notes

Used to schedule an init sequence with the scheduler. This is used to initialize all the media handler components of the system. The optional parameters have little effect on how the device is initialized but are provided so to allow for changes if required. m <mlength> -> the mainscan length of the media on the drum s <slength> -> the subscan length of the media on the drum t <thickness> -> the thickness of the media on the drum i <mediatype> -> the mediatype of the media on the drum mi <media index> -> the media index of the media on the drum pi <proof index> -> the proof index of the media on the drum ms <media stacks>-> the number of media stacks on the drum e <exit number> -> the exit number to unload the media too is <image side> -> the image side of the media on the drum rl <repeat len> -> the repeat length of the media on the drum auto -> Initialize the automatic mode of the machine manual -> Initialize the manual mode of the machine loc1 -> stack location is 1 loc2 -> stack location is 2 loc3 -> stack location is 3 loc4 -> stack location is 4 loc5 -> stack location is 5 loc6 -> stack location is 6 loc7 -> stack location is 7 loc8 -> stack location is 8 info -> Used to provide more help for this command args -> Displays the current default arguments that will be used by this command This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

Availability Access Modified

laser
Description

Displays the following:


laser type (20W, 40W) laser status (off, on, current, idle, disabled, standby) laser mode laser power setpoint laser power laser current laser diode temperature laser on-time

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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Description

Controls the laser by communicating with the HC board. laser on Turns on the laser. If the "head lsrmode" is set to 0 or 3 (original mode) then the power setpoint is the value specified by the hdm NVS parameter "wpower" or "wpowern" depending on the mode of operation (wide or narrow). When not running a work station image then selection of wide or narrow depends on the setting of "hdp fnm". Starting with head version 1.56 (needs matching MPE code as well) if the "head lsrmode" is set to 1 or 2 (exposure control mode) then the laser power setpoint is the hdm NVS parameter "wpowere". Note that this value is automatically set everytime a machine initiated stroke cal is done. The calculated wpowere value depends on the "media sens" setting, the "drum diam", the "hdm ds" setting and the "head swidth" setting. Note that the new exposure mode does not use the obsolete "sys es" flag. Instead, it is controlled instead by the "head lsrmode" parameter. Beam positioning is enabled. Used for field service and integration. laser idle Turns on the laser (to idle). The power setpoint is hardcoded to 1W. Beam positioning is enabled. Used for field service and integration. laser standby Turns on the laser (to standby). The power setpoint is the value specified by the hdm NVS parameter "wpowers". Beam positioning is enabled. Used for field service and integration. laser off Turns off the laser. On 40W heads also closes the relay to turn on the head. It is often necessary to issue a "laser off" command to get the head to turn on after a reset. Beam positioning switches to hold mode, i.e., the current in the beam position actuator is kept constant.
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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

laser current < laser current >


Description

Turns the laser on by specifying a current value. The <amps> parameter specifies the current in amperes. Used for integration or low level tests. Beam pointing is not enables so be sure to turn on beam pointing with "head bp on" as well to prevent damage to the beam pointing sensors. The command "laser current" should not be used to query the laser current. Use the command "laser" to query the status of the laser (eg. current, power, temperature, etc).

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

laser ship
Description

Stores current laser servo_stat parameters to shipped servo_stat parameters, to provide a baseline for evaluating future laser performance. Used only once in production, when head is shipped. "laser test" must be executed first to ensure that servo_stat parameters are valid.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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laser test
Description

Runs write laser self-test. Used to verify that the laser servo is functioning correctly, and pinpoint any trouble spots. The laser test compares the current values with the previous values, if the previous values are non-zero. If the current and previous values exhibit sharp differences, then an error is generated. This allows us to evaluate laser performance over time, and determine if laser performance has changed significantly. Previously, several servo_stat parameters had non-zero default values. If the previous laser test results were set to the non-zero default values, you can expect errors to occur during the laser test, as the current and "previous" values will most likely differ significantly. You may need to run the test several times to clear all the errors, or set all of the "previous" servo_stat values to zero.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

latch
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of all generic latches. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Expert 31-JUL-2001

latch < number >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of a specific generic latch. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
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latch < number > < enable | disable >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Enables or disables a specific generic latch. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Expert 31-JUL-2001

latch < number > setup < sensor > < rise | fall >
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Configures a specified generic latch to be triggered on the given edge when detected on the given sensor. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Expert 31-JUL-2001

lca
Description Availability Access Modified

Display the Xilinx version and status information This command is available.
Expert 31-JUL-2001

lca bstrace < enable | disable >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Enables or Disables the LCA blank skipping tracing. This is a developer level command. present MCE firmware only This command is available.
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Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the result of LCA datapath blank skipping tracing. This is a developer level command. present MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

lca fwdbg
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the contents of the Xilinx Firmware debug register. This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

lca fwdbg < value >


Description Availability Access Modified

Sets the value of the Xilinx Firmware debug register. This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

lca irq
Description

Display the Xilinx interrupt usage statistics. The results are listed in columns, with the following columns being listed:

Pri: this is the interrupt's priority. Lower numbers mean higher priority. Mask: the mask used to enable or disable the interrupt. Ena: current enable status for the interrupt. Count: number of times the interrupt handler has been called. LISRmax: high water mark for LISR to HISR execution time. ISRmax: high water mark for ISR execution time. Description: Indicates what the interrupt is used for.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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lca irq reset


Description Availability Access Modified

Reset the Xilinx IRQ usage statistics. This command resets the high water marks and other statistics for the IRQ usage. This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

lca load
Description Availability Access Modified

Loads the Xilinx image from Flash into the Xilinx chip. This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

lca pixel_steering [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Enables or Disables the LCA pixel steering. This is a developer level command. present MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

lca spddump
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Reads the contents of the LCA SDRAM EEPROM and dumps them to the diagnostic monitor. present MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

lca trace < enable | disable >


Description Notes

Enables or Disables the LCA datapath pointer tracing. This is a developer level command. present MCE firmware only

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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 31-JUL-2001

lca trace dump


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the result of LCA datapath pointer tracing. This is a developer level command. present MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

leave on
Description Availability Access Modified

Sends a 'leave on' response to the current suspend. This command is available.
Field 10-Mar-2002

lec
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays leading edge clamp status. This command is available.


Field 18-Mar-2002

lec < on | off > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Moves the leading edge clamp actuator on or off the drum. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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lec init
Description Availability Access Modified

Initializes the leading edge clamp, it opens the clamp. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

license
Description Availability Access Modified

Outputs the currently licensed state of the device. This command is available.
Developer 21-Feb-2002

license limit < tag > [ [ < value > ] ]


Description

This command performs queries to the internal firmware licensing system. You must specify a number that represents a "limit tag". The limit tag is the number in the first column of output from the "license" command, and it identifies a particular feature. There is the provision to specify an optional value, which when specified is compared againsted the license limit according to the comparison rules (hard coded) defined for the limit. In other words, if you specify a tag and a value for a *maximum* type of limit, then the value is considered valid if it is LESS than the current limit number. This command is available.
Developer 21-Feb-2002

Availability Access Modified

list
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

The set of "list" commands are used to display system information listings. This command is available.
Field 14-Jun-2001

list version on page 137 Command: list map

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list datatypes
Description Availability Access Modified

List statistics data type descriptions. This command is available.


Developer 09-Oct-2002

list error [ < errorcode > ]


Description

This command, when entered without any parameters, displays information on all the firmware errors which can be reported by the device. Information for a specific error code can be retrieved by optionally specifying the error code. The information displayed for each error includes:

the actual error code the funtional subsystem in which the error is defined a description of the error

Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

------------------------------------------------------------------------------ (below is the conclusion of the of top level command 'list' This command is available.
Field 14-Jun-2001

list version on page 137 Command: list map

list map
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

The system memory map displays the base addresses for various registers and modules within the device. This command is available.
Expert 29-May-2001

list version on page 137 list error [ < errorcode > ] on page 135

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list media
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Displays a list of currently supported media. This list is the same one that is displayed by the MEDIA command. This command is available.
Field 08-Jan-2004

Command: media

list media types


Description

Displays a list of currently supported media types. This command is intended to assist in setting up new media entries. The type is referenced by a digit that must be used when setting a new media type using SET MEDIA. This command is available.
Field 31-Jan-2003

Availability Access Modified

list ovwr
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Lists the overwriting patterns that are currently loaded and available. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Field 31-JUL-2001

list pattern [ < number > ]


Description

Displays a list of the available test patterns. If the optional <number> parameter is included, this command displays information about the actual contents of the test pattern specified by <number>. This information can give a rough idea of what the test pattern will look like when plotted.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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list proof
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays a list of currently supported proof types. This command is available.


Field 08-Jan-2004

list serial
Description

This command displays the machine serial number. The serial number is stored in the "serialnumber" parameter in the "prd" parameter group.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 27-Mar-2006

list error [ < errorcode > ] on page 135 Command: list map PRM: PRM: prd SerialNumber

list stats
Description Availability Access Modified

List statistics that are available on this product. This command is available.
Field 08-Jul-2002

list version
Description

This command is intended to provide a snapshot of the "version state" of the device. Versioned components include items such as the main firmware, hardware, Xilinx code (if present) and baseline build. Release dates are reported for some of the components. This command is available.
Field 23-Mar-2006

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list version all


Description

This command displays the same information solicited by the "list version" command, but also reports version information for all proxied devices. The device at which this command is entered can be expected to stand proxy for satellite devices connected to it, since those satellite device cannot be interrogated (using the command monitor) directly. This command is available.
Field 23-Mar-2006

Availability Access Modified

list version version [ d ] | [ s ]


Description

This command displays the same information solicited by the "list version" command, as well as a list of all the firmware subsystems present in the main firmware on the device. The version, release date and a description is given for each subsystem. The subsystems may be listed in alphabetical (by subsystem name) or chronological (by release date) order. This command is available.
Developer 23-Mar-2006

Availability Access Modified

loaded [ s ] [ < slength > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to return the current loaded state of the drum, and the arguments of the media found on the drum, if any. This command is available.
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loaded force [ info ] | [ args ] | [ none ] | [ m ] [ < mlength >]


Description Notes

This command is used to force media on the drum, whether or not media acutally exist on the drum. The optional parameters work in the following manner: m <mlength> -> the mainscan length of the media to be loaded s <slength> -> the subscan length of the media to be loaded t <thickness> -> the thickness of the media to be loaded i <mediatype> -> the mediatype of the media to be loaded mi <media index> -> the media index of the media to be loaded pi <proof index> -> the proof index of the media to be loaded ms <media stacks>-> the number of media stacks to be loaded e <exit number> -> the default exit number to unload the media p <punch_group> -> the punch group to use if available r <rotate> -> whether the media is to be rotated on unload is <image side> -> the image side to be loaded rl <repeat len> -> the repeat length of the media to be loaded bay <bay_number> -> load using automatic hardware if available manual -> load using manual hardware if available carrier <proof_index> -> force a carrier of <proof_index> on drum receiver -> force a receiver on drum donor <media_index> -> force a donor of <media_index> on drum loc1 -> stack location is 1 loc2 -> stack location is 2 loc3 -> stack location is 3 loc4 -> stack location is 4 loc5 -> stack location is 5 loc6 -> stack location is 6 loc7 -> stack location is 7 loc8 -> stack location is 8 uauto -> the unload is specified to be automatic umanual -> the unload is specified to be manual info -> Used to provide more help for the loaded force command args -> Displays the current default arguments that will be used by the loaded force command This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

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load [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ]


Description

Used to schedule an load sequence with the scheduler. This is used to load media onto the drum using the media handler components of the system and the arguments specified. The optional parameters work in the following manner: m <mlength> -> the mainscan length of the media to be loaded s <slength> -> the subscan length of the media to be loaded t <thickness> -> the thickness of the media to be loaded i <mediatype> -> the mediatype of the media to be loaded mi <media index> -> the media index of the media to be loaded pi <proof index> -> the proof index of the media to be loaded ms <media stacks>-> the number of media stacks to be loaded e <exit number> -> the default exit number to unload the media p <punch_group> -> the punch group to use if available r <rotate> -> whether the media is to be rotated on unload is <image side> -> the image side to be loaded rl <repeat len> -> the repeat length of the media to be loaded bay <bay_number> -> load using automatic hardware if available manual -> load using manual hardware if available loc1 -> stack location is 1 loc2 -> stack location is 2 loc3 -> stack location is 3 loc4 -> stack location is 4 loc5 -> stack location is 5 loc6 -> stack location is 6 loc7 -> stack location is 7 loc8 -> stack location is 8 uauto -> the unload is specified to be automatic umanual -> the unload is specified to be manual info -> Used to provide more help for the load command args -> Displays the current default arguments that will be used by the load command This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

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lockout [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

Display the lockout status of firmware.

lockout <enable|disable> Enable or disable workstation service lockout.

The general status of the firmware is set to 'lockout' state if it is in the 'ready' state. When the general status of the firmware is set to 'lockout', following RCON commands are NOT executed: 1.Image/image group start; 2.IO status set; 3.Carriage move; 4.Drum move; 5.media load/unload. However, all RCON query commands are still executed.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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Description Availability Access Modified

Commands for logging events for debugging purposes. This command is available.
Developer 26-Oct-2001

log clear
Description Availability Access Modified

Clears all events from the event log. This command is available.
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log disp [ < tmode > ] | [ < tunits > ] | [ < fmask > ] | [ < emask > ]
Description

Displays all the events in the event log with optional filtering. If filtering is specified, it only applies while displaying the events -- logged events which are filtered during display remain in the buffer. If the log is enabled, it is disabled before being displayed. The events are displayed in a table with the following columns:

Time

Events are timestamped in microseconds by default (resolution varies depending on the platform). The timestamps can be displayed in milliseconds, seconds, or minutes by specifying the "ms", "s", or "m" options. By default, the event times are displayed relative to the last START event. Specifying the "abs" option displays the events in absolute time. Specifying the "dif" option displays the time differences between successive events.

Source

A label which describes the source of the event. This may be a subsystem, a task, a device, or a user.

Family

A logical group that the event belongs to.

Event

A mnemonic used to uniquely identify the event within its family.

Data

Up to four integer values may be stored with each event. These values may be used to record counter values, pointers, state codes, etc.
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This command is available.


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log mark [ < id > ]


Description

Records a "mark" event in the log with an optional ID number. If no ID number is specified, a default of zero is used. The mark command is useful when you want to manually record an observable event in the log. The ID number can be used to associate the mark with the event or a written record. Note that if the log is recording too many events too quickly, your mark event may be lost when the log rolls over.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 26-Oct-2001

log mask
Description

Displays the log's family and event masks. When the log is enabled, these masks are used to filter events. If the result of ANDing the event's family and event masks with the corresponding log masks is non-zero, the event is logged. When the log is disabled, these masks filter the output of the "log disp" command.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 26-Oct-2001

log mask < fmask >


Description

Sets the log's family mask. The event mask is not changed. When the log is enabled, these masks are used to filter events. If the result of ANDing the event's family and event masks with the corresponding log masks is non-zero, the event is logged. When the log is disabled, these masks filter the output of the "log disp" command.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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log mask < fmask > < emask >


Description

Sets the log's family and event masks. When the log is enabled, these masks are used to filter events. If the result of ANDing the event's family and event masks with the corresponding log masks is non-zero, the event is logged. When the log is disabled, these masks filter the output of the "log disp" command.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 26-Oct-2001

log source
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays all event sources registered with the event log, along with their enable/ disable status. Sources which are disabled will not have their events logged. This command is available.
Developer 26-Oct-2001

log source disable < label >


Description Availability Access Modified

Disables the specified event source from being logged. This command is available.
Developer 26-Oct-2001

log source disable all


Description Availability Access Modified

Disables all event sources from being logged. This command is available.
Developer 26-Oct-2001

log source enable < label >


Description Availability

Enables the specified event source to be logged. This command is available.

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log source enable all


Description Availability Access Modified

Enables all event sources to be logged. This command is available.


Developer 26-Oct-2001

log start [ < count > ] | [ full ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Enables the log to start capturing events. The log is enabled indefinitely unless an event limit is specified. This command is available.
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log status
Description

Displays the status of the event log. The following information is displayed:

Enable

Indicates whether the log is currently enabled for capturing events. If equal to 1, the log is enabled.

Countdown

If the log is enabled and the countdown is non-zero, the countdown is decremented after adding each event to the log. When the countdown reaches zero, the log is disabled. If the log is enabled with the countdown equal to zero, the log is enabled indefinitely.

Mask(F/E)

Displays the 32-bit family and event masks. An event is logged only if the results of ANDing its family and event masks with the corresponding log masks is non-zero.

Entries

Displays the number of events captured in the log as well as the maximum number of events the log can store.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 26-Oct-2001

log stop [ < count > ]


Description

Disables event logging. If no event count is specified, logging stops immediately, otherwise logging continues until the specified number of additional events are captured. This command is available.
Developer 26-Oct-2001

Availability Access Modified

macro
Description Availability

Display a list of the available command-macros. This command is available.

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macro create < name > < command > +


Description

Create a new command macro. Command macros provide a quick way to enter commonly accessed commands. Use a '%' sign to mark the position of arguments.

Notes Availability Access Modified

A maximum of 10 command macros can be defined. This command is available.


Field 29-Mar-2001

macro delete -all


Description Availability Access Modified

Delete all macros. This command is available.


Field 29-Mar-2001

macro delete < name >


Description Availability Access Modified

Delete the specified macro. Use 'macro delete -all' to delete all macros. This command is available.
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mask
Description

A set of status flags derived from various hardware fault detects. These flags indicate such things as proper installation of cables and functioning power supplies. Display a list of all the masked and problem status flags.

The ! character beside a status flag indicates that there is a problem with the corresponding component (e.g. missing cable). The * character beside a status flag indicates that the flag has been masked. Note that hyphenated acronyms generally refer to cable detects (e.g. HA-BP).

If one of these components suffers a detectable fault, the corresponding status flag will cause the system to report an error. If multiple related faults exist, internal diagnostics will determine which is the true cause and report only that error. The mask command provides the facilities for determining the state of these flags and for disabling or masking a flag. If a status flag is masked, a problem with the corresponding component will not be detected directly. This can be used to stifle error messages in an incomplete system. If <on_off> and <flag> are specified, then turn on or off the masking for the status flag corresponding to the listed <flag> number. Masking a flag means that even if there is a problem with the component, no error will be reported directly. Multiple flags may be specified in one command. Masking a status flag may result in the root cause of an error being disguised. For example, if the carriage motor cable is disconnected and the CM-BP (Carriage Motor to Backplane cable) flag is masked, the carriage will not respond, but the true cause of the problem will not be reported in an error message.
Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

It is not possible to mask off the door and abort flags for safety reasons. This command is available.
Field 26-Jun-2001

mask all on page 149 Command: mask <on_off> <flag>+ mask < on_off > all on page 149

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mask < on_off > < flag > +


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Turn on or off the masking for the specified status flag(s). This command is available.
Field 26-Jun-2001

Command: mask mask all on page 149 mask < on_off > all on page 149

mask < on_off > all


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Turn on or off the masking for all the status flags. This command is available.
Field 26-Jun-2001

Command: mask mask all on page 149 Command: mask <on_off> <flag>+

mask all
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Display a list of all the status flags. This command is available.


Field 26-Jun-2001

Command: mask Command: mask <on_off> <flag>+ mask < on_off > all on page 149

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media
Description

The top level command for the media command set. This command can be used to set and display the current media type. There are 16 media types defined per machine. Each media entry consists of a set of parameters associated with that media. With no parameters, this command displays the currently selected media, its parameters, and all available media entries. Media parameters must be set up using SET MEDIA. This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified

media < number >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command selects the media parameters to use for the next test plot using the specified media number. This has no effect on workstation plots. This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

media locations
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Used to provide information on the media locations in the device, if supported. None. This command is available.
Developer 22-Dec-2010

media lru
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the contents of the MPI LRU (Least recently used) table. This table records which media slots have been used most (or least) recently. This command is available.
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media lru reset


Description Availability Access Modified

Resets the contents of the media LRU table. The lowest numered slot is considered to be the most recently used media slot. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

media removed
Description Availability Access Modified

Sends a 'media removed' response to the current suspend. This command is available.
Field 10-Mar-2002

media types
Description

Displays a list of currently supported media types. This command is intended to assist in setting up new media entries. The type is referenced by a digit that must be used when setting a new media type using SET MEDIA. This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified

mh
Description Availability Access Modified

Returns general media handler status. This command is available.


Field 18-Mar-2002

mh cycletest
Description Availability

Used to display and control the current status of cycle testing with the media handler. This command is available.

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mh cycletest < enable | disable >


Description Notes

Used to enable or disable media handler cycle testing. This is media handler cycle testing, in addition cycle testing might need to be enabled in the media handler (mh) subsystem also ... depending on the functionality that is required. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

Availability Access Modified

mh plateless
Description Availability Access Modified

Used to display and control the current status of plateless testing with the media handler. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

mh plateless < enable | disable > [ force ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to enable or disable media handler plateless testing. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

mload
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is obsolete. It points to the correct load syntax. This command is available.
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Description

The top level command for accessing the mode command set. This command can be used to set and display the current plot resolution mode. There are 10 modes defined per machine. Each mode consists of a mainscan resolution, a subscan resolution, a mainscan duplicating factor and a subscan duplicating factor. With no parameters, this command displays the currently active plot mode and lists all available modes. This command does not affect workstation plots. Plot modes must be configured using the SET MODE command.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 11-Jun-2001

PRM: PRM: mode mscanresolution PRM: PRM: mode sscanresolution PRM: PRM: mode mscanduplicate PRM: PRM: mode mscanduplicate

mode < number >


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command selects the plot resolution mode using the specified mode number. This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

PRM: PRM: mode mscanresolution PRM: PRM: mode sscanresolution PRM: PRM: mode mscanduplicate PRM: PRM: mode mscanduplicate

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mode dpi < mainscan > [ [ < subscan > ] ]


Description

This command can be used to select the plot resolution mode based on the desired resolution. The first mode with the matching mainscan and subscan (if specified) resolution is selected. This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

PRM: PRM: mode mscanresolution PRM: PRM: mode sscanresolution PRM: PRM: mode mscanduplicate PRM: PRM: mode mscanduplicate

mode media < number >


Description Availability Access Modified

Does nothing This command is available.


Field 07-Jan-2002

mode vmr < mainscan > < realmainscan >


Description

This command should be used for testing the Variable Mainscan Resolution feature. The resolution mode is set using the given input (rendered) mainscan resolution, the given output real mainscan resolution and the existing subscan resolution. This command is available.
Field

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module positions
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Used to provide information on the module positions, if supported. None. This command is available.
Developer 22-Dec-2010

mpi
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays information about the MPI subsystem. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

mpi diag
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays diagnostic information for the mpi subsystem This command is available.
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msg
Description

This command is used to display various internal message information. You can examine internal message resources, and manipulate message tracing diagnostic infomation. Just typing "msg" gives you command syntax help. This command is available.
Field 02-Oct-2001

Availability Access Modified

msg res
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the internal message resources. This command is available.


Field 02-Oct-2001

msg trace
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays information about message tracing facility. This command is available.


Field 02-Oct-2001

msg trace < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

Will enable or disable message tracing. This command is available.


Field 02-Oct-2001

msg trace dump


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays all message trace buffers to diagnostic channel. This command is available.
Field 02-Oct-2001

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msg trace filter < cmdcode > +


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to add command code(s) to the filter list. This command is available.
Field 02-Oct-2001

msg trace filter list


Description Availability Access Modified

Lists all command codes being filtered. This command is available.


Field 02-Oct-2001

msg trace filter remove < cmdcode > +


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to remove specified command code(s) from the filter list. This command is available.
Field 02-Oct-2001

msg trace filter remove all


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to remove all command codes from the filter list. This command is available.
Field 02-Oct-2001

munload
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is obsolete. It points to the correct unload syntax. This command is available.
Field 07-Jan-2002

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net < if > ipaddr < newipaddr >


Description Availability Access Modified

Configure ethernet IP address of the specified ethernet link. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net < if > netmask < newnetmask >


Description Availability Access Modified

Configure ethernet subnet mask of the specified ethernet link. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

Net (Network) subsystem general commands. This command is available.


Field 07-Feb-2006

net arp
Description Availability Access Modified

Display ARP table. This command is available.


Field 07-Feb-2006

net arp add


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Add an ARP entry. Used for engineering build only. This command is available.
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net arp delete


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Delete an ARP entry. Used for engineering build only. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net bootp [ < on | off > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Set flag to use BOOTP for NET startup. Just typing "net bootp" will display the current status. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net cospeed < speed > < duplex >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Set link speed and duplex of copper ethernet device. Used for engineering build only. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net diag
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Display diagnostic counters for GMCE's ethernet communication ports. This display diagnostics for both the GMCE's Copper and Fiber ethernet ports. Used for engineering build only. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net gateway < newgateway >


Description Availability

Configure ethernet gateway device for the GMCE TCP/Ip stack. This command is available.
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net loopdevtest < loopc > < datasize >


Description Notes

Perform an UDP/TCP loop-back device driver test of the TRECK TCP/IP stack code. Used for engineering build only. Only present in the Diab PowerPC version of the NET subsystem. The TRECK stack code will need to be re-compiled with the trsystem.h #define TM_LOOP_TO_DRIVER enabled for the loop-back to go all the way to the device driver. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

Availability Access Modified

net looptest < loopc > < datasize >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Perform an internal UDP/TCP loop-back test of the TRECK TCP/IP stack code. Used for engineering build only. Only present in the Diab PowerPC version of the NET subsystem. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net newaccount < n > < name >


Description Availability Access Modified

Sets up a new account name for connecting to the device. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net newpassword < n > < password >


Description Availability Access Modified

Sets up a new password for connecting to the device. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

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Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Ping the specified IP address. Used for engineering build only. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net pktfwd < on | off >


Description Availability Access Modified

Disable or enable HW Ethernet packet forwarding functionality. Only for GMCE board firmware. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net route
Description Availability Access Modified

Display routing table. This command is available.


Field 07-Feb-2006

net route add < if > < ipaddr > < netmask > < gateway > < hops >
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Add a routing entry. Used for engineering build only. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net route delete < ipaddr > < netmask >


Description Notes

Delete a routing entry. Used for engineering build only.

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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 07-Feb-2006

net socket
Description Availability Access Modified

Display status of all sockets, both TCP and UDP. Shows number in use and the maximum number of sockets available. This command is available.
Field 07-Feb-2006

net status
Description

Display information on interface port. The following information is given:


Port Type (serial only at this time) Baud Rate (if serial) Serial Port Id Serial Protocol in Use (SLIP or PPP) Ip Address for this port Net Mask for this port Default Gateway Ip Address Status of Communication Link (Running or Down)

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 07-Feb-2006

net tcp
Description Availability Access Modified

Display TCP sockets. This command is available.


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Description Availability Access Modified

Display UDP sockets. This command is available.


Field 07-Feb-2006

nl < offset > < width >


Description

This command configures the newline signal to the head. The offset parameter specifies the number of millimetres from the encoder index to the desired "newline on" transition point, while the width parameter specifies the number of millimetres from this point until "newline off". This command is intended for testing the gating parameters to the head. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

plot headtest [ < mainscan > ] on page 194

notused_ftr
Description Availability Access Modified

This dummy command is used by the firmware to establish the end of the MOP command table in memory. It is not accessible to the user. This command is available.
Developer 31-May-2001

notused_hdr
Description Availability Access Modified

This dummy command is used by the firmware to establish the start of the MOP command table in memory. It is not accessible to the user. This command is available.
Field 31-May-2001

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ntpipe
Description Availability Access Modified

Commands for monitoring communication pipes in NT simulations. This command is available.


Developer 30-Aug-2001

ntpipe status
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of all NT pipes associated with the simulation. Multiple instances of a simulation may use different pipes. This command is available.
Developer 30-Aug-2001

nucdebug
Description

In ENGINEERING firmware this enables the Nucleus debugger. The debugger will then start processing all keys until you type "q" then enter. This monitor command is only for development purposes.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 13-Dec-2002

nvs
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This depricated command does nothing and is preserved for backward-compatibility with existing scripts. Use the 'prm saveall' to save changes to the NVS parameters. This command is available.
Field 13-Nov-2003

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nvs save all [ < code > ] [ < subsys > ]


Description

Save command. This depricated command does nothing and is preserved for backward-compatibility with existing scripts. Use the 'prm saveall' to save changes to the NVS parameters. This command is available.
Field 13-Nov-2003

Availability Access Modified See Also

prm saveall on page 210

ok
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to search for abnormal settings in the device. This command is available.
Expert 30-Mar-2009

option
Description Availability Access Modified

This command will display all the licensed options, and their current status. This command is available.
Expert 25-Jul-2002

option debris udrcbc [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command will display the status of the debrus UDRCBC (base+chemical filter) option. It can also be used to enable, or disable the UDRCBC option. The device normally needs to be reset anytime an option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect. This command is available.
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option debris udrcb [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command will display the status of the debrus UDRCB (base) option. It can also be used to enable, or disable the UDRCB option. The device normally needs to be reset anytime an option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect. This command is available.
Expert 17-Aug-2002

option dual-plate [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the dual-plate option (whether the machine supports loading two plates side-by-side, such as on the TS NEWS machines). It can also be used to enable, or disable the dual-plate option. This option must be enabled to support dual-plate loading.

Notes Availability Access Modified

The device needs to be reset anytime this option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect. This command is available.
Expert 31-Oct-2001

option edgedetect [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the edge detect option. It can also be used to enable or disable the edge detect option. The edge detect option should always be enabled. The only time it should be disabled is for testing purposes.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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Description

This command will display the status of the film guide option (whether the machine has the leading edge clamp film guide installed). It can also be used to enable or disable the film guide option. If the film guide is installed, this option must be enabled to avoid damaging the machine.

Notes Availability Access Modified

The device needs to be reset anytime this option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect. This command is available.
Expert 11-Mar-2002

option list
Description Availability Access Modified

This command will display all options, and their current status. This command is available.
Expert 25-Jul-2002

option no-buzzer [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the no-buzzer option. It can also be used to enable, or disable the no-buzzer option. If the no-buzzer option is disabled (default), then the buzzer will be activated. If the no-buzzer option is enabled, then the buzzer will be left off.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Expert 18-Sep-2001

option picker [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the picker option. It can also be used to enable, or disable the picker option. This option must be enabled to support automatic loading.

Notes

The device needs to be reset anytime this option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect.

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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Expert 26-Jun-2008

option processorinterface [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the processor interface option. It can also be used to enable or disable the processor interface option. This option must be enabled to support the <<processor>> command. The processor interface option should be enabled if there is a processor interface cable connected to the device. This only applies to machines with auto unloading.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Expert 10-Apr-2002

option separator-arms [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the separator arms option (whether the machine has separator arms installed). Most Autoloaders have separator arms installed; most Newspaper machines do not. This command can also be used to enable or disable the separator arms. This option must be enabled to support separator arm commands.

Notes Availability Access Modified

The device needs to be reset anytime this option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect. This command is available.
Expert 09-Jun-2009

option single-broadsheet [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the single-broadsheet option (whether the machine supports single broadsheet plate imaging on the TS NEWS machines). It can also be used to enable, or disable the single-broadsheet option. This option must be enabled to support single broadsheet imaging..

Notes Availability

The device needs to be reset anytime this option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect. This command is available.

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option thsb [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command will display the status of the thsb option. It can also be used to enable or disable the thsb option. The THSB board reports the ambient temperature and humidity. This command is available.
Expert 28-Feb-2012

option unload-offset [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the unload offset option - whether the device is using the unload offset to compenstate for binding in the LEC. It can also be used to enable or disable the unload-offset option. This command is available.
Expert 23-Mar-2002

Availability Access Modified

option unloadtable [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the unloadtable option. It can also be used to enable, or disable the unloadtable option. This option must be enabled to support automatic unloading.

Notes Availability Access Modified

The device needs to be reset anytime this option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect. This command is available.
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option vmr [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command will display the status of the variable mainscan resolution (VMR) option. It can also be used to enable or disable the VMR option. This option must be enabled to support lenticular printing where the input resolution of the image is not one of the configured modes and the output resolution of the image is not an integer. For example, an image requiring VMR could have a rendered resolution of 2415 and an output resolution of 2416.394 dots per inch.

Notes Availability Access Modified

When this option is enabled, the mainscan resolution device limit must be set appropriately to allow resolutions larger than normal. This command is available.
Expert 26-Aug-2003

option zstage [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command will display the status of the zstage option. It can also be used to enable, or disable the zstage option. The device normally needs to be reset anytime an option is enabled or disabled for the change to take effect. This command is available.
Expert 17-Jun-2008

opt < OptionToken >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays specified DOS command line options. This command is only available in the simulation build of the firmware. This command is available.
Field 29-Nov-2001

override
Description Availability

Shows all registered override function tables. This command is available.

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override < TableName >


Description Availability Access Modified

Show the status of the overrideable functions in the specified table. This command is available.
Developer 11-Jun-2007

override showall
Description Availability Access Modified

Show the status of all overrideable functions. This command is available.


Developer 11-Jun-2007

ovwr
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays information about the system's ability to support overwriting. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Field 31-JUL-2001

ovwr < enable | disable >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Enables or disables the use of overwriting patterns. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

ovwr dump < pattern >


Description Notes

Displays the contents of the overwriting pattern having the specified pattern ID. present in MCE firmware only
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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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ovwr list
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays a list of the currently loaded overwriting patterns. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Field 31-JUL-2001

ovwr load < pattern >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Loads the pattern having specified ID into SDRAM present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

ovwr mask end


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the contents of the overwriting mask end register. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

ovwr mask end < value >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Sets the value of the overwriting mask end register. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
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ovwr mask loc


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the contents of the overwriting mask location register. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

ovwr mask loc < value >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Sets the value of the overwriting mask location register. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

ovwr mask start


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the contents of the overwriting mask start register. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

ovwr mask start < value >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Sets the value of the overwriting mask start register. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Developer 31-JUL-2001

ovwr verify
Description Notes

Verifies the contents of SDRAM with the last loaded overwriting pattern. present in MCE firmware only

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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Expert 31-JUL-2001

pb < map_name > < hex_address > [ < hex_data > ]


Description

Internal Peripheral byte Read or Write service. This service should only be used by a firmware or hardware developer familiar with the internal details of the electronics board.

pb <map_name> <hex_address> - Read a byte from a peripheral device. pb <map_name> <hex_address> <hex_data> - Write a byte to a peripheral device.

Notes

Use extreme caution, as writes to some peripheral registers could cause a system crash. Use the "list map" command to determine peripheral names that are available. This command is available.
Developer 30-Nov-2001

Availability Access Modified

phy
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Reads all copper PHY registers on a GMCE board (Engineering version only) Used for engineering build only. This command is available.
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phy cablelength
Description

Display the estimated copper ethernet cable length in meters on the GMCE board. This command is only available on GMCE boards that have the newer DP83865DVH PHY chip installed. This command is available.
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Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the current status of the picker and all associated hardware. This command is available.
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picker < ajet | airjet > < on | off >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Turns the picker airjet on or off. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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picker < in | out > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Moves the picker actuator in or out. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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picker < up | down | dn > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Moves the picker actuator up or down. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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picker cancel
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command cancels any currently running picker sequence. This command should not be used outside of testing. This command is available.
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picker fail
Description Availability Access Modified

This command will return the name of the step that the picker will be forced to fail on. This command is available.
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picker fail < string >


Description

This command controls the step that the picker will be forced to fail on. The string must be the exact name of the string to fail on. To clear the exact name of the string must be entered in again. This command is available.
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picker init
Description Availability Access Modified

Initializes the picker and all associated hardware. This command is available.
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picker lock < on | off >


Description Notes

Turns the picker lock on or off. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning.

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picker pick
Description Availability Access Modified

Picks media from the bay. This command is available.


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picker release
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is to be used when the picker is idle and has media that can be released. This command is available.
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picker sep < in | out > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Moves the picker separator arms in or out. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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picker service
Description

This will move the picker up and unlock the plate cover door. It is only used for testing - the same functionality is available by pressing the load button and holding it down for 5s while the machine is idle. This command is available.
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picker step
Description Availability Access Modified

When the picker has step mode enabled, this will run the next sequence step in the picker command that is being executed. This command is available.
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picker step < enable | disable >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command will enable or disable picker step mode. This command is available.
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picker time
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This will move each actuator associated with the picker and display the time it takes for each to move. Similar to <<time picker>> on old devices. This command is available.
Field 02-Aug-2002

picker vac < on | off > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Turns the picker vacuum on or off. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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picker vac_away < on | off > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Turns the picker vacuum away on or off. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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picker vac_home < on | off > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Turns the picker vacuum home on or off. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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picker wrist in [ w ]
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Moves the picker wrist actuator in. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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picker wrist in fast


Description Availability Access Modified

Moves the picker wrist in, then fires the appropriate solenoids to make the wrist move in faster. This command is available.
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picker wrist out [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Moves the picker wrist actuator out. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
Field 02-Aug-2002

pick
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is obsolete. It points to the correct load syntax. This command is available.
Field 07-Jan-2002

pll
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command displays the current Phase Locked Loop on/off status. This command is available.
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pll < on | off >


Description

This command turns the Phase Locked Loop circuitry on or off. This command is intended for testing the head, as the PLL is required in order to generate the required SCLK signal to the head. This command is available.
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pll stats [ < samples > ]


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Displays PLL error statistics from the current or most recent plot. These currently include the per-swath error in the PLL, measured in microns. This command is available.
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pll test < sample count > < sample period >
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Collects and displays up to 2048 PLL error samples during plotting or drum spinning with PLL enabled. This command is available.
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pload
Description Availability Access Modified

See pload c|r|d. This command is available.


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pload c < proof_index >


Description Availability Access Modified

Load proofing carrier of <ptype> to drum. This command is available.


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pload d < media_index >


Description Availability

Load proofing donor of <mtype> to drum. The receiver must be loaded prior to this command. This command is available.

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pload r
Description Availability Access Modified

Load proofing receiver to drum. The carrier must be loaded prior to this command. This command is available.
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plot [ s ] < slength >


Description Availability Access Modified

This is just a stub the real plot command is described elsewhere. This command is available.
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plot
Description

The top level command for accessing the plot command set. This command is used to generate test plots on the machine. Test plot images are generated using a specified pattern number. Plot dimensions can be specified with the command, but by default the plot fills the entire plate. The media must be loaded and selected prior to generating a plot, using the MEDIA command. The plot resolution must also be selected before generating a plot, using the MODE command. Certain parameters allow the operator to configure the plot shift and other characteristics (given sufficient command access), while others allow the operator to abort the current plot. Used without arguments, this command displays the status of the current plot in progress. This status includes the current state of the plot, such as Imaging or Focus Learn. Other data displayed includes the plot shift values, geometric correction status, drum speed, percent complete, current carriage retrace count, total swaths to image, image resolution and media selected. If no plot is currently in progress, the state is Idle and no other data is displayed.

Notes

Only one plot may be active at a time. A test plot cannot be generated while a workstation plot is in progress, and vice versa. Once a test plot has begun, changes to plot characteristics via plot configuration commands will not take place until the next plot commences. This command is available.

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plot < pattern >


Description

This command generates a test plot using the specified test pattern. The image covers the entire imageable area on the media. Use the command PLOT STOP to abort a plot that is currently in progress if desired. Plot parameters can be set by using the MODE and MEDIA commands to select the desired resolution and media.

Notes

The media must be loaded prior to generating a test plot. Only one plot may be active at a time. A test plot cannot be generated while a workstation plot is in progress, and vice versa. Once a test plot has begun, changes to plot characteristics via plot configuration commands will not take place until the next plot commences. This command is available.
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plot < pattern > < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]
Description

This command generates a test plot using the specified test pattern. The subscan and optional mainscan dimensions specify the desired size of the image on the media (in mm). An error is displayed if this size is greater than the maximum allowed image size on the media, with clamp margins and plot shifts taken into account. This command is available.
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plot < pattern > < subscan > plate < plateid >
Description

This command generates a test plot using the specified test pattern on the specified loaded plate. The subscan and optional mainscan dimensions specify the desired size of the image on the media (in mm). An error is displayed if this size is greater than the maximum allowed image size on the media, with clamp margins and plot shifts taken into account. Requires dual-plate option to be enabled. This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

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Command: mode Command: media

plot < pattern > plate < plateid >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command generates a test plot using the specified test pattern, on the specified loaded plate. Requires dual-plate option to be enabled. This command is available.
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plot balance
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is obsolete. Use "set ehi tstk" instead. This command is available.
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plot balance < interval >


Description Availability

This command is obsolete. Use "set ehi tstk" instead. This command is available.

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plot crc
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current enable/disable status for simulated raster image CRC checking. Simulated raster image CRC checking is disabled by default for all test plots. This command is available.
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plot crc < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable simulated raster image CRC checking. If the enable option is specified, simulated CRC checking is enabled on all subsequent test plots. If the disable option is specified, simulated CRC checking is disabled on all subsequent test plots. Simulated raster image CRC checking is disabled by default for all test plots. This command is available.
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plot crc < value > [ < headid > ]


Description

Sets the value to use for simulated raster CRC checking. This has no effect unless this feature is enabled using PLOT CRC ENABLE. This command should be used at the end of the test plot. Use the value displayed for input raster CRC for the plot to succeed, or any other value for it to fail. This command is available.
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plot debug
Description Availability

This command displays the current debug level for output during plotting when debug VBS output is enabled. This command is available.

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plot debug < level >


Description

This command can be used to set the VBS debug output level for the plotting firmware. The higher the debug level, the more output that will be displayed. the default level is 0, which is minimal output. This command takes effect immediately. This command is available.
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plot edge
Description

This command can be used to display the current media edge position. The edge position is determined at the start of a plot during the edge detection procedure, or can be set using the sub-command PLOT EDGE <position>. This command is available.
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plot edge < enable | disable >


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Enables or disables edge detection. This command is not preserved over resets. The default edge detection state is enabled. This command is available.
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Description

This command can be used to set the current media edge position. Normally, the edge position is determined at the start of a plot during the edge detection procedure. To override the edge detect position, disable edge detect using the command PLOT EDGE DISABLE and then use this command to set the edge position in millimetres. This command affects all subsequent test and workstation plots. This command is available.
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plot edge < position > plate < plateid >


Description

This command can be used to set the media edge position for the specified plate. Normally, the edge position is determined at the start of a plot during the edge detection procedure. To override the edge detect position, disable edge detect using the command PLOT EDGE DISABLE and then use this command to set the edge position in millimetres. This command affects all subsequent test and workstation plots. Requires dual-plate option to be enabled. This command is available.
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Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

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plot events
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays a list of available events that a plot sequence can be forced to fail on. This command is available.
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plot event < code >


Description Availability Access Modified

Generates the specified plot event, for debugging purposes only. This command is available.
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plot fail
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the event that the plot will be forced to fail on. This command is available.
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plot fail < event >


Description

Sets the event that the plot will be forced to fail on. The event is of the form "Plot: ...". For example, to force the plot to fail on edge detection, use the command PLOT FAIL "Plot: Edge detected by head". Use the command PLOT FAIL CLEAR to clear any previously set failure event. This command is available.
Developer 11-Jun-2001

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plot focus
Description Availability Access Modified

Controls the number of times focus learn is performed during a plot. This can be either 0, 1 or 2. This command is available.
Expert 26-Sep-2001

plot focus < learns >


Description Availability

Sets the number of times during a plot that focus learn will be performed. This can be either 0, 1 or 2. This command is available.

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plot gapless
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current enable/disable status for gapless test plotting. Gapless plotting is disabled by default for all test plots. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot gapless < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable gapless test plotting. If the enable option is specified, gapless plotting is enabled on all subsequent plots. If the disable option is specified, gapless plotting is disabled on all subsequent plots. Gapless plotting is disabled by default for all test plots. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

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plot gc
Description Notes Availability Access

This command displays the current Geometric Correction enable/disable state. Geometric correction is enabled by default for all plots. This command is available.
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plot gc < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable geometric correction. If the enable option is specified, geometric correction is enabled on all subsequent plots. If the disable option is specified, geometric correction is disabled on all subsequent plots. Geometric correction is enabled by default for all plots. This command affects both test plots and workstation plots. This command is available.
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plot gc rotation < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable the rotation and orthogonal adjustment portion of geometric correction. If the enable option is specified, rotation and ortho adjustment is enabled on all subsequent plots. If the disable option is specified, rotation and ortho adjustment is disabled on all subsequent plots. Rotation and ortho adjustment is enabled by default for all plots. This command affects both test plots and workstation plots. This command is not preserved over a reset. This command is available.
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PRM: PRM: gc mscale PRM: PRM: gc mshift PRM: PRM: gc sscale PRM: PRM: gc sshift PRM: PRM: gc orthoadjust PRM: PRM: gc rotation PRM: PRM: gc trackprofile

plot gc scaling < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable the scaling portion of geometric correction. If the enable option is specified, scaling is enabled on all subsequent plots. If the disable option is specified, scaling is disabled on all subsequent plots. The scaling factor image parameters are still applied when scaling is disabled. Only the GC scaling parameters are ignored. Scaling is enabled by default for all plots. This command affects both test plots and workstation plots. This command is not preserved over a reset. This command is available.
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plot gc tempcomp < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable the temperature compensation portion of geometric correction. If the enable option is specified, temperature compensation is enabled on all subsequent plots. If the disable option is specified, temperature compensation is disabled on all subsequent plots. Temperature compensation is enabled by default for all plots. This command affects both test plots and workstation plots. This command is not preserved over a reset. This command is available.
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plot headtest [ < mainscan > ]


Description

This command puts the machine into head test mode. In this mode, the drum is spinning and the PLL is enabled, and the gating signals to the head are configured. The SCLK signal can be configured by using the MODE command to select a desired mainscan resolution. Use the MEDIA command to select the desired media parameters, including drum speed. An optional parameter specifies the mainscan image size to configure the head gating signal for. The default is the maximum image size that will fit on the loaded media. The gating signals are also affected by global plot shifts, set using the PLOT SHIFT command. The PLOT STOP command must be used to end PLOT HEADTEST.

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This command is available.


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plot init
Description

Initializes the plot engine hardware and waits until initialization has completed. This includes such things as the head, the carriage and the slave board (if one is present). Note that some initialization automatically takes place after a power-on or reset and does not have to be repeated by this command, in which case we only have to wait until the process has completed. This command is available.
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plot label
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays the currently configured plot label. Relevant for Thermal 3 heads only. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot label < label text >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Sets the label to display for test plots. Relevant for Thermal 3 heads only. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot label default


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Instructs the firmware to use a default label for test plots. Relevant for Thermal 3 heads only. This command is available.
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plot moffset
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current plot media offset settings. This command is available.
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plot moffset < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]


Description

This command can be used to position the image on the media, relative to the detected edge and the leading-edge clamp margin. The optional subscan parameter specifies the number of millimetres to offset the image from the left edge of the plate. The optional mainscan parameter specifies the number of millimetres to offset the image from the leading-edge clamp margin. The new media offset parameters take effect on the next test plot. Unlike the PLOT SHIFT command, the size of the image is not affected by the media offset.

Notes Availability Access Modified

There are no limits on the plot media offsets. A negative shift can be specified. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot ortho
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current enable/disable status for orthogonal padding. Orthogonal padding is enabled by default for all plots. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot ortho < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable orthogonal padding. If the enable option is specified, orthogonal padding is enabled on all subsequent plots. If the disable option is specified, orthogonal padding is disabled on all subsequent plots. Orthogonal padding is enabled by default for all plots. This command affects both test plots and workstation plots. This command is available.

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plot polarity
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current laser polarity that will be applied for the next test plot. Relevant for Thermal 3 heads only. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot polarity < polarity type >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command sets the laser polarity that will be applied for the next test plot. The polarity can be either low, high or interleave. Relevant for Thermal 3 heads only. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot prepare [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ]


Description

Used to schedule plot prepare functionality with the scheduler. This is special product specific functionality that is only available on specific products to help a service engineer prepare the device for diagnostics plotting. The optional parameters work in the following manner: m <mlength> -> the mainscan length of the media on the drum s <slength> -> the subscan length of the media on the drum t <thickness> -> the thickness of the media on the drum i <mediatype> -> the mediatype of the media on the drum mi <media index> -> the media index of the media on the drum pi <proof index> -> the proof index of the media to be loaded ms <media stacks>-> the number of media stacks on the drum p <punch_group> -> the punch group to use if available e <exit number> -> the exit number to unload the media too, if more than one exit is on the machine is <image side> -> the image side to be loaded auto -> Service the automatic mode of the machine manual -> Service the manual mode of the machine info -> Used to provide more help for the service command args -> Displays the current default arguments that will be used by the service command This command is available.

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plot reset
Description

This command can be used to reset the current plotting sequence. It should only be used if there is a firmware error whereby the plotting sequence is frozen in a certain state. This command is available.
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plot retrace
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current simulated retrace status and settings. Simulated retraces are disabled by default. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot retrace < enable | disable >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command can be used to enable or disable simulated retraces. Simulated retraces are disabled by default. This command is available.
Expert 11-Jun-2001

plot retrace duration < rotations >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command configures how many drum rotations each simulated retrace takes. The default is 1. This command is available.
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plot retrace gap < swaths >


Description Availability Access Modified

This command configures how many swaths in between successive simulated retraces. The default is 100. This command is available.
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plot scale
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current plot scale settings. This command is available.
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plot scale < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]


Description

Provides a means of scaling the size of the image in both subscan and mainscan directions. A positive scale value increases the size of the image, while a negative value decreases the image size. Units are in parts-per-million. The new scale parameters take effect on the next test plot. They also apply to subsequent workstation plots. This command is available.
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plot seam
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current enable/disable status for seams and, if enabled, the currently defined seam locations. Seams are disabled by default for all plots. This command is available.
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plot seam < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable seams. If the enable option is specified, seams are enabled on all subsequent plots. If the disable option is specified, seams are disabled on all subsequent plots. Seams are disabled by default for all plots. This command is available.
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plot seam < number > < rect | lane > < offsetX > < offsetY > < endX > < endY >
Description

Defines the boundaries of a seam. The number specifies which seam definition to set. The type specifies whether the seam is a lane or a hold region. The offsets specify the distance from the edge of the raster image to the top left and bottom right corners of the seam. All distances are in millimetres. If the seam type is "lane", the end offsets are ignored. This command is available.
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plot seam clear


Description Availability Access Modified

This command erases any currently defined seams. This command is available.
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plot sequence
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays information about the sequence currently being processed, including events that have been added to each sub-sequence. This command is available.
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Description

This command displays the current series plot status and settings. A series plot is one of a set of plots that are of fairly narrow mainscan width, and positioned next to each other on the media. Typically, one parameter is modified for each plot, so that the whole series can be analysed to detect the effect that changing the one parameter has on the output. Series plots are disabled by default. This command is available.
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plot series < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to enable or disable series plot mode. A series plot is one of a set of plots that are of fairly narrow mainscan width, and positioned next to each other on the media. Typically, one parameter is modified for each plot, so that the whole series can be analysed to detect the effect that changing the one parameter has on the output. When series plotting is enabled, the carriage is not returned to the original edge search start position after a plot, but instead is moved to the next plot position as determined by the inter-plot gap. This continues for each subsequent plot until series plotting is disabled.

Notes

Series plots are disabled by default. This command affects both test plots and workstation plots. Series plotting should be disabled when performing workstation plots. This command is available.
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plot series drumspin < enable | disable >


Description

This command can be used to keep the drum spinning between series plots, to save plotting time. When enabled, the drum will remain spinning after a plot has completed. When disabled, the drum will stop spinning between series plots. With this option enabled, once a series plot has begun, the drum will stop spinning once this option is disabled. This command is available.
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plot series gap < spacing >


Description

This command configures the inter-plot spacing for series plots. The units are in mm, and take effect on the next series plot. The gap can be negative, in which case the next plot will overlap the previous. The default gap is 10 mm. This command is available.
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plot shift
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current plot shift settings. This command is available.
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plot shift < subscan > [ < mainscan > ]


Description

This command can be used to position the image on the media, relative to the detected edge and the leading-edge clamp margin. The optional subscan parameter specifies the number of millimetres to offset the image from the left edge of the plate. The optional mainscan parameter specifies the number of millimetres to offset the image from the leading-edge clamp margin. The new shift parameters take effect on the next test plot. They also apply to subsequent workstation plots. There are no limits on the plot shifts. However, the plot will fail if the plot is shifted entirely off the plate. A negative shift can be specified. This command is available.
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Notes Availability Access Modified

plot skip [ < swath > < count > ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays current blank skip swaths. This command is available.


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plot skip remove


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to manually removed the current skip region This command is available.
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plot skip update < count >


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to update the swath count of the current region. This command is available.
Developer 11-Jun-2001

plot stop
Description

This command aborts a test plot that is currently in progress. This command can also be used to abort a workstation plot. In addition, this command can be used to abort an edge test, and must be used to take the firmware out of headtest mode. The carriage is not returned to the home position when the plot is aborted. The policy is: "stop all moving parts when a plot is aborted." This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

plot stroke
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays the current stroke shift percentage. This command is available.
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plot stroke < shift >


Description

This command can be used to set the stroke shift percentage for test plots. The value must be number between 0 and 100, and represents the percentage of the stroke width to shift by. The default shift is 0%. This command has no effect on workstation plots. This command is available.
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Availability Access Modified

plot time
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the image cycle time and the non-image time per cycle. This command is available.
Field 11-Jun-2001

plot time reset


Description Availability Access Modified

Resets the plot time counters. This command is available.


Field 11-Jun-2001

pl < map_name > < hex_address > [ < hex_data > ]


Description

Internal Peripheral long word (32-bits) Read or Write service. This service should only be used by a firmware or hardware developer familiar with the internal details of the electronics board.

pl <map_name> <hex_address> - Read a 32-bit long word from a peripheral device. pl <map_name> <hex_address> <hex_data> - Write a 32-bit long word to a peripheral device.

Notes

Use extreme caution, as writes to some peripheral registers could cause a system crash. Use the "list map" command to determine peripheral names that are available. This command is available.

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prmdef < key >


Description Notes

This command displays a parameter's default value for specified nonvolatile storage parameter key. Every nonvolatile parameter is identified by a unique storage key number. If this key number is known the default value of the parameter can be determined using this command. The parameter storage key is generally accessible only to developers thus the 'prmdef' command is only available at the 'developer' command access level. This command is available.
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prm < groupname > [ [ limit ] | [ < copy > ] [ < parameter > ] [ default ] | [ all ] [ s ] | [ default ] | [ < value > ] [ s ] ]
Description

This is the top level command used to view and access all nonvolatile system parameters.

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The prm parameter access commands are detailed below

prm <groupname>

The above command displays a list of all parameters in a group specified by <groupname>. Each parameter is displayed with its current value, default value and units.

prm <groupname> <limit>

The above command displays a list showing the maximum allowable value, minimum allowable value and default value for all parameters in the group specified by <groupname>.

prm <groupname> <copy>

The above command displays a list of all parameters in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number. Each parameter is displayed with its current value, default value and units.

prm <groupname> <copy> <parameter>

The above command displays a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number. The parameter is displayed with its current value, default value and units. If the parameter has multiple elements then all elements are displayed.

prm <groupname> <copy> <parameter> <default>

The above command sets a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number to its default value.

prm <groupname> <copy> <parameter> <default> <s>

The above command sets a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number to its default value. Unecessary monitor output is suppressed.

prm <groupname> <copy> <parameter> <all> <default>

The above command sets all elements of a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number to its default value.

prm <groupname> <copy> <parameter> <all> <default> <s>

The above command sets all elements of a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number to its default value. Unecessary monitor output is suppressed.

prm <groupname> <copy> <parameter> <all> <value>

The above command sets all elements of a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number to <value>. Kodak Confidential

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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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prm < search > +


Description

Parameter search command. This command will search all of the following entries for the specified search string:

parameter name parameter group name parameter units

The search string must contain at least one '*'. Example usage:

"prm * drum" - must contain 'drum' "prm * baud * can" - must contain 'baud' AND 'can' in any order

This will find the parameter 'prd CanBaud'

"prm * degrees" will show all parameters where the units are in degrees. The search will show only parameters that are visible at the current parameter access level.

Notes

To search for parameters at higher access levels first change the access level using the "prm access" command.

Spaces around the '*' may be ommitted

"prm * baud * can" / "prm *baud*can" / "prm *drum *diam" are treated identically.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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Description Notes

This command sets the level of access to system parameters. Three access levels to system parameters exist.

NORMAL access enabled by the 'prm access normal' command DEBUG access enabled by the 'prm access debug' command

The command 'prm access' displays the access level currently in effect, the command 'prm access normal' sets normal parameter access and the he command 'prm access debug' sets debug parameter access.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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prm all
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to display all nonvolatile system parameters. This includes all 'parameter groups', 'group copies', and 'group copy elements' if they should exist. This command is available.
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prm diff
Description Notes

Displays all parameters that are current different than their default values. Under normal conditions nonvolatile storage (NVS) parameters are not actually saved in non volatile memory unless they are set to a value different than their default. This command therefore normally displays all commands that are currently resident in NVS memory. This is true only is if the 'prm saveall' has not been issued.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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prm group
Description Notes

This command displays a list of all system parameter groups. All system parameters are divided into groups. These groups are defined by the subsystems that create and uses these groups. For example, the carriage subsystem defines a group of nonvolatile parameters and assigns an appropriate name to the group. This allows users to access parameters in smaller logically related groups. This command is available.
Field 12-Oct-2001

Availability Access Modified

prm limit
Description Availability Access Modified

This command displays a list showing the maximum allowable value, minimum allowable value and default value for every nonvolatile system parameter. This command is available.
Field 12-Oct-2001

prm saveall
Description Notes

Saves all current parameters values to non-volatile storage (NVS). Under normal conditions nonvolatile storage (NVS) parameters are not actually saved in non volatile memory unless they are set to a value different than their default. This command is useful for testing the capacity of the NVS storage area for worst case storage requirement conditions. This would occur when every parameter is different from its default and therefore occupies space in the nonvolatile storage area.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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processor
Description

This command displays the current processor status. There are three status bits available from the processor:

Ready: the processor is turned on and ready to accept plates Busy: there is a plate curently in the processor, so further ones should not be sent Fault: the processor is faulted (operator must check processor for details of fault)

This command will return an error if the ProcessorInterface option is not enabled.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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processor test < notready | ready | busy | busyfault | idlefault >


Description

Simulates a change in the processor state. Use this command when testing on a card-cage or using the simulator. There are five states available, and they map to specific status bit settings: 1. Not Ready --> Ready=OFF, Busy=OFF, Fault=OFF 2. Ready --> Ready=ON, Busy=OFF, Fault=OFF 3. Busy --> Ready=ON, Busy=ON, Fault=OFF 4. Busy Fault --> Ready=ON, Busy=ON, Fault=ON 5. Idle Fault --> Ready=ON, Busy=OFF, Fault=ON

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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product
Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to display product information on the monitor. Information includes margins and maximum and minimum plate specifications. This command is available.
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property
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays information about which DCAPI properties are supported by the firmware. This command is available.
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property read [ < number > ] [ [ < index > ] [ < secondaryindex > ] ]
Description Availability Access Modified

Reads the value of the DCAPI property matching <number> and <index>. The index argument should only be specified for properties that require an index. This command is available.
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property write < number > < index > < secondaryindex > < value >
Description Availability Access Modified

Sets the value of the DCAPI property matching <number> and <index>. For nonindexed properties, an index value of 0 may be used. This command is available.
Developer 03-Jul-2003

punload
Description Availability Access Modified

See unload. This command is available.


Field 1-Oct-2001

putclamp
Description Availability

This command is obsolete. It points to <<tec putclamp>> This command is available.

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pw < map_name > < hex_address > [ < hex_data > ]

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pw < map_name > < hex_address > [ < hex_data > ]


Description

Internal Peripheral word (16-bit) Read or Write service. This service should only be used by a firmware or hardware developer familiar with the internal details of the electronics board.

pw <map_name> <hex_address> - Read a 16-bit word from a peripheral device. pw <map_name> <hex_address> <hex_data> - Write a 16-bit word to a peripheral device.

Notes

Use extreme caution, as writes to some peripheral registers could cause a system crash. Use the "list map" command to determine peripheral names that are available. This command is available.
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ramp
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the status of the ramp This command is available.


Field 18-Mar-2002

ramp < in | out > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Moves the ramp in or out. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.
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redirect [ < endis > ]


Description

redirect enable Monitor redirection allows the user access to the diagnostic port of the exposure head using the diagnostic port of the host. When monitor redirection is enabled, the user can access the diagnostic port of the exposure head but cannot access the diagnostic port of the host. The exposure head processes all received characters and handles all monitor commands. redirect disable Monitor redirection allows the user access to the diagnostic port of the exposure head using the diagnostic port of the host. When monitor redirection is disabled, the user can access the diagnostic port of the host but cannot access the diagnostic port of the exposure head. The host processes all received characters and handles all monitor commands.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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redirect file < filename >


Description

Monitor redirection allows the user access to the diagnostic port of the exposure head using the diagnostic port of the host. When monitor redirection is enabled in file mode, output from the head is redirected to the specified file, located in the root directory on the GMCE board. This file can later be uploaded to the workstation via FTP. This command is available.
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Availability Access Modified

redirect passthrough
Description

Monitor redirection allows the user access to the diagnostic port of the exposure head using the diagnostic port of the host. When monitor redirection is enabled in passthrough mode, the user can access the diagnostic port of both the host and exposure head. The host processes all received characters and handles all monitor commands. The "th2" command is used to redirect monitor commands from the host to the exposure head. This command is available.

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redirect pass
Description

Monitor redirection allows the user access to the diagnostic port of the exposure head using the diagnostic port of the host. When monitor redirection is enabled in passthrough mode, the user can access the diagnostic port of both the host and exposure head. The host processes all received characters and handles all monitor commands. The "th2" command is used to redirect monitor commands from the host to the exposure head. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2002

Availability Access Modified

release
Description Availability Access Modified

Sends a 'release' response to the current suspend. This command is available.


Field 18-Feb-2002

reset
Description Availability Access Modified

Resets the exposure head. This is a "cold" reset since software and hardware are reset unconditionally. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2002

reset all
Description Availability Access Modified

Resets the master MCE board and all other boards attached to it using the CAN bus. This command is available.
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reset bbr
Description Availability Access Modified

Reset the default device (i.e. the device at which the command is issued) into boot block recovery mode. This command is available.
Field 17-May-2001

reset boot
Description Availability Access Modified

Reset the default device (i.e. the device at which the command is issued) into boot mode. This command is available.
Field 17-May-2001

reset cold
Description Availability Access Modified

Do a "cold" reset of the default device (i.e. the device at which the command is issued). This command is available.
Field 17-May-2001

reset head
Description Availability Access Modified

Resets the exposure head. This is a "cold" reset since software and hardware are reset unconditionally. This command is available.
Field 10-Aug-2002

reset ice
Description Notes Availability

This command is used to reset all of the ICEs connected to the DNE. The "icereset" command is an alias for "reset ice". This command is available.

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reset ice < printunit > +


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

This command resets selected ICEs that are connected to the DNE. The "icereset" command is an alias for "reset ice". This command is available.
Field 12-June-2001

reset partial
Description Availability Access Modified

Do a "warm" reset of the default device (i.e. the device at which the command is issued). This command is available.
Field 17-May-2001

resume
Description Availability Access Modified

Sends a 'resume' response to the current suspend. This command is available.


Field 18-Feb-2002

rif
Description Availability Access Modified

This is the top-level command for the RIF (Recorder Interface) firmware subsystem. When entered standalone it acts as an alias for "help rif". This command is available.
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rif res
Description Availability Access Modified

Display resource usage information for the RIF (Recorder Interface) firmware subsystem. This command is available.
Expert 04-OCT-2001

rif ver
Description Availability Access Modified

Display version information for the RIF (Recorder Interface) firmware subsystem. This command is available.
Expert 04-OCT-2001

rlr [ < token > + ]


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the roller status. This command has been kept around for compatiblity with the MPE-based machines. The "roller" command should be used in its place. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

roller
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the roller status. This command is available.


Field 18-Mar-2002

roller < on | off > [ w ]


Description Notes Availability

Moves the roller so it is on or off the drum. The optional parameter [w] means that the command should wait for the sensor to trigger before returning. This command is available.

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roller init
Description Availability Access Modified

Initializes the roller so that it is off the drum. This command is available.
Field 18-Mar-2002

run < Filename >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Executes monitor commands from the specified disk file. This command is only available in the simulation build of the firmware. This command is available.
Field 29-Nov-2001

safety
Description Availability Access Modified

This command will display the current safety loop status, if available on the device. This command is available.
Field 18-Sep-2001

safety abortfn
Description Availability Access Modified

This command will display all the currently registered abort functions with the device. This is a developer only command. This command is available.
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safety move
Description

This command will display the current status of the drum move interlocks and any errors if found. This should be used by service engineers trying to isolate mechanical problems on a machine. This command is available.
Field 18-Sep-2001

Availability Access Modified

safety spin
Description

This command will display the current status of the drum spin interlocks and any errors if found. This should be used by service engineers trying to isolate mechanical problems on a machine. This command is available.
Field 18-Sep-2001

Availability Access Modified

scanline
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Top level command node for 'scanline' command. present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
Expert 31-JUL-2001

scanline read < scanlinenum >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Outputs scanline information for the given scanline present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
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scanline read < scanlinenum > < offset > [ < numwords > ]
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Outputs scanline information for the given scanline starting at the given word offset present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
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scanline write < scanlinenum > < offset > < data >
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Writes the <data> word to the <offset>th word position in <scanline> in SDRAM present in MCE firmware only This command is available.
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scan < ioname > [ [ addr ] | [ < on | off > ] | [ < value > ] | [ < bon | boff > ] | [ < son | soff > ] ]
Description

This is the top level I/O scanner command. It allows users to display the current state of all local or remote system I/O 'points'. An I/O points is either a 32-bit value considered as a unit (typically an analog value) or a single discrete bit that is a members of 32-bit discrete I/O group. I/O groups are always a full 32-bits wide regardless of how many bits are actually implemented within the group. Analog values are always contained within a single I/ O group dedicated to only one scalar value. Discrete I/O bits are contained somewhere within a 32-bit discrete I/O group. Not all bits within any given I/O group (analog or discrete) are necessarily implemented. The following commands allows various I/O displays options:

"scan <ioname>". This command displays the state of any unique I/O point if the full I/O name is entered for <ioname> or all I/O points matching the <ioname> specification up to the number of characters entered. "scan <ioname> on|off". This command allows the discrete I/O point specified by <ioname> to be 'forced' on ("scan <ioname> on") or off ("scan <ioname> off"). This command is available in engineering firmware builds only. The entire I/O name must be specified. "scan <ioname> <value>". This command allows the value specifed to be written to the specified group as long as the group is an analog output. This command is available in engineering firmware builds only. The entire I/O group name must be specified. "scan ioname bon|boff". This command allows 'bypass' status to be turned on ("scan <ioname> bon") or off ("scan <ioname> boff") for the I/O point specified by <ioname>. The entire I/O name must be specified. See the command 'scan bstatus' for more information on bypassing. "scan ioname son|soff" This command allows scanning to be turned on ("scan <ioname> son") or off ("scan <ioname> soff") set for the I/O group I/O specified by <ioname>. This command is available in engineering firmware builds only. Only a group names are valid for <ioname>. It is not possible to disable scanning for a discrete IO bit unless the entire group of which it is a member is disabled. The command "scan bits" can be used to determine the group to which an I/O bit belongs. "scan ioname addr" This command displays address and register information for the remote I/O group specified by <ioname>. The entire I/O group name must be specified.

Commands are also available for the following operations (Go to "See Also" below for links to more information on these commands and read the "Notes" section below for important background information )
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"scan groups"......List all I/O groups "scan bits"..........List all I/O bits

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Notes

All I/O bits or groups are accessed with the scan command by a 'standard firmware name'. Standard firmware names generally have similar functionality in all CTP machines. For example, users used to a name for a given I/O point in one product will find the same name for an I/O point with an identical function in another product. A standard firmware name has the general form 'XXX_ProperCaseName' where 'XXX' is a class mnemonic referring to the machine subsystem in which the I/ O bit or group is used and 'ProperCaseName' is a name describing the function of the I/O in a reasonably concise way. The class component and the proper name component are always separated a single underscore character. The class mnemonic can be any length but is usually two to four characters in length. Examples:

UI_LampStartButton UI_Buzzer CH_Power DOOR_FrontLock RLR_SensorHomeSideDown REG_Sensor1

Where "UI" = "User Interface", "CH" = "Chiller", "RLR" = "Roller" and "REG" = "Registration". Analog I/O is the one case where the class portion of the name is fixed. A class name of "AI_" denotes an analog input. A class name of "AO_" (that's the letter O not a zero) denotes an analog output. This convention allows the isolation of all analog values into a easily displayable list. Following are some self-explanatory examples of analog standard firmware names:

AI_BallScrewTemp AI_SystemPressure AI_MainBoardTemp AI_EngineTemp AI_DrumVacuum

The only exception to the standard firmware I/O naming convention above is in the case of 'presence bits'. A presence bit is a discrete input bit used to indicate if a particular hardware component is detected in a machine. These bits have no operational function other than to flag missing hardware. Presence names always contain an ampersand character after the underscore separating the class mnemonic and the proper name. Examples:

EH_&PowerCable (Head power cable presence) TE_&Tach", (Tach encoder presence)

Where "EH" = "Exposure Head" and "TE" = "Tachometer Encoder".


Availability

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scan bclear
Description

This command is used to remove 'bypass' status for all I/O bits and groups in a system. It is intended for use by field service engineers as a convenient means of clearing all bypassed I/O bits in a system to their normal non-bypassed state after rectifying the problems that led to the original bypass requirement. This command is available.
Field 18-Jun-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

scan bstatus on page 226 Command: scan <ioname>

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scan bits
Description

This command displays all I/O bits 'known' by the I/O scanner subsystem. A list is generated of all bits by 'standard firmware name' together with their current status, the I/O group of which they are a member and a 32-bit mask indicating the position of the bit within the group. The first status character field contains one of the following:

"~" = The I/O bit is displayed inverted from its actual hardware state " " = (space) The I/O bit is displayed as its actual hardware state "*" = The I/O group containing this bit is not currently scanned

The second status character field contains one of the following:


"1" = The I/O bit is in the TRUE logic state "0" = The I/O bit is in the FALSE logic state "*" = The I/O group containing this bit is not currently scanned

The third status character field contains one of the following:


"x" = Bypass status is set for this bit " " = (space) Bypass status is NOT set for this bit "*" = The I/O group containing this bit is not currently scanned

The fourth status character field contains one of the following:


"b" = Bypass status may be set for this I/O bit " " = (space) Bypass status may NOT be set for this I/O bit "*" = The I/O group containing this bit is not currently scanned

Notes

The I/O scanner always displays input and output bits with 'positive' logic states when the associated hardware is implemented with 'negative' logic. For example, if the active state of a bit indicating the drum roller is down is read from hardware as a "0" the I/O scanner inverts the reported state for this bit. If the hardware output bit that drives a solenoid is "0" in its active state the I/O scanner will display this bit as "1" when its active. To help avoid confusion when troubleshooting electrical hardware the first status field character will indicate bits that are inverted with a "~". This command is available.
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Availability Access Modified See Also

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scan bstatus
Description

This command is used to display all 'bypassed' I/O bits and groups in a system, It is intended for use by field service engineers as a convenient means of displaying bypasses without having to examine the bypass status flags of an entire bit list or group list. The IOS subsystem maintains a bypass flag for every discrete I/O bit and group in a given system. User commands are supplied to read, set and clear any given bypass flag as well clear all bypasses at once. Each time a bypass flag is set or cleared the bypass status is automatically saved in nonvolatile memory. Bypass statuses are therefore always maintained through power cycles. The I/O Scanner has no concept of how these flags are used. It simply manages bypass flag states for other subsystems. If no subsystem is examining the bypass state of a given bit or group the state is meaningless. How can you know if the bypass state is being observed by the firmware? The answer is you cant know until a failure occurs because an I/O point (typically position sensor) is not at its expected value. The firmware will announce the name of the bit or group in question. After diagnosing the problem, field service engineers or remote customer service personnel have the option of bypassing the bit to allow the machine to continue (with diminished throughput and compromised internal machine safety) until the problem can be fully addressed. Bypassing I/O is not to taken lightly and should be used only to restore operation to a machine when all the risks and benefits have been carefully considered. In order to deal with the historical problems of "bypassing and forgetting" the firmware is designed to repeatedly display large windows at the main workstation to remind user that their machine is compromised and should be serviced soon possible. It is estimated that bypassing will temporarily rectify about 500r more of potential machine sensor failures. Bypassing will not necessarily restore non-functioning machines to a working state for the following reasons:

Notes

Some I/O points are critical to machine operation and can not be bypassed. These points have been predefined in the firmware as non-bypassable. Attempts to bypass these I/O point will result in error messages. As stated above the firmware may allow bypass status to be set but certain firmware subsystem don't offer the ability to ignore the input from an I/O point if the associated bypass flag is set.

Availability Access

This command is available.


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scan events
Description Notes

This is a diagnostic command to display all discrete input bits that are attached to system event flags. It is intended only for developer use. I/O scanner client subsystems can specify system "event flags" that are to be updated whenever particular discrete I/O inputs change state. These event flags trigger are able to trigger other system resources and tasks. The I/O scanner is unaware of the function of such event flags. It simply triggers them on behalf of other subsystem when certain scanned I/O input bits change. This command is available.
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scan groups
Description

This command displays all I/O groups 'known' by the I/O scanner subsystem. A list is generated of all groups by 'standard firmware name' together with their current value and status flags. The 'current value' is always a 32-bit hexadecimal number for analog values or discrete I/O groups. Status flags for I/O groups consist of two status character fields between the name string and the current value. The first status character field contains one of the following:

"x" = 'Bypass' status is set for this I/O group " " = (space) I/O group is being scanned normally "*" = This I/O group is not currently scanned

The second status character field contains one of the following:


"b" = Bypass status may be set for this I/O group " " = (space) Bypass sataus may NOT be set for this I/O group "*" = This I/O group is not currently scanned

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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scan presence
Description

This command displays all 'presence' bits in a system. Presence bits are discrete input bits used to indicate if a particular hardware component is detected in a machine. These bits have no operational function other than to flag missing hardware. The bits are displayed with the same format as the 'scan bits' command which displays all bits. This command is available.
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scan bits on page 225 Command: scan <ioname>

scan time [ clear ]


Description

This is a diagnostic command used to display the relative efficiency of the I/O scanner task. It is intended only for developer use. The following values are displayed (all values in microseconds):

"holdoff time" Time from start of scan task until scanning begins "scaning time" Time to complete most recent scan "Max scan time" Maximum scan completion time "Ave scan time" Average scan completion time

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 18-Jun-2001

sccuart reset
Description Availability Access Modified

Reset the SCC UART diagnostics. This command is available.


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scheduler
Description Availability

Displays the current media scheduler status including any queued operations. This command is available.

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scheduler < media_instance >


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays specific information about the operation specified by the media instance. This command is available.
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scheduler < media_instance > cancel


Description Availability Access Modified

Cancels the operation specified by the media instance, if possible. This command is available.
Field 24-Aug-2001

scheduler < media_instance > steps


Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the steps associated with the specified operation. This command is available.
Developer 24-Aug-2001

scheduler autounload
Description

Used to display and the current status of scheduler autounload mode. When the autounload mode is enabled, anytime a load is completed an unload is immediately scheduled. This command is available.
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scheduler autounload < enable | disable >


Description Availability

Used to enable or disable the autounload mode. This command is available.

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scheduler cycletest
Description

Used to display the current status of the scheduler cycletest mode. When this mode is enable anytime a load is completed an unload is automatically scheduled along with a another load using the same arguments as the load that just completed. This command is available.
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Availability Access Modified

scheduler cycletest < enable | disable >


Description Availability Access Modified

Used to enable or disable the scheduler cycletest mode. This command is available.
Expert 24-Aug-2001

scheduler debug
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays debug information for the scheduler command. This is a developer command. This command is available.
Developer 24-Aug-2001

scheduler mediatypes
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays the all the currently available mediatypes on the current device This command is available.
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scheduler stats
Description

Displays unload-to-load cycle time statistics - most recent, minimum, maximum, and average cycle times. The average cycle time is roughly a running average over the last five cycles. The statistics can be reset with the "scheduler stats clear" command. This command is available.
Expert 20-Nov-2001

Availability Access Modified See Also

scheduler stats clear on page 231

scheduler stats clear


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

Clears the unload-to-load cycle time statistics. This command is available.


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scheduler tasks
Description Availability Access Modified

Displays all the tasks associated with all scheduled operations in priority order. This command is available.
Developer 24-Aug-2001

scm halt < servo name > < halt option > < quick stop deceleration > < servo timeout >
Description

Terminate the movement of the servo controller. Note that this monitor command is intended for developer's only.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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scm home < servo name > < homing method > < homing velocity fast > < homing velocity slow > < homing acceleration > < home offset > < servo timeout >
Description

Initiate the homing method for the servo controller. Note that this monitor command is intended for developer's only.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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scm info
Description

Display information on the servo controllers. The information displayed is as follows: o The servo name of the servo controller. The servo name is required by the other monitor commands. o The module type of the servo controler. The module type will be either "Elmo Servo" or "Copley Servo". o The bus number of the servo controller. A future enhancement may implement support for more than one CANbus. At this time, the value will always be "Default". o The node address of the servo controller. The node address will be between 1 and 127. o The servo state of the servo controller. The servo state will be either "Not Initialized", "Initialization Failed", "Idle", "Home Configuring", "Home Configuring and Halting", "Home Handshaking", "Home Handshaking and Halting", "Home Running", "Home Running and Halting", "Home Timer Expired", "Home Timer Expired and Halting", "Move Configuring", "Move Configuring and Halting", "Move Handshaking", "Move Handshaking and Halting", "Move Running", "Move Running and Halting", "Move Reconfiguring", "Move Reconfiguring and Halting", "Move Failure", "Move Failure and Halting", "Move Timer Expired" or "Move Timer Expired and Halting"

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 01-Dec-2008

scm position < servo name >


Description

Query the servo position of the servo controller. Note that this monitor command is intended for developer's only.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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scm scurve jog < servo name > < relative distance > < profile velocity > < profile acceleration > < profile deceleration > < profile jerk > < servo timeout >
Description

Initiate a s-curve jog for the servo controller. Note that this monitor command is intended for developer's only.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 01-Dec-2008

scm scurve move < servo name > < target position > < profile velocity > < profile acceleration > < profile deceleration > < profile jerk > < servo timeout >
Description

Initiate a s-curve move for the servo controller. Note that this monitor command is intended for developer's only.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 01-Dec-2008

scm sensor < servo name >


Description

Query the digital inputs of the servo controller. Note that this monitor command is intended for developer's only.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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scm trapezoidal jog < servo name > < relative distance > < profile velocity > < profile acceleration > < profile deceleration > < servo timeout >
Description

Initiate a trapezoidal jog for the servo controller. Note that this monitor command is intended for developer's only.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 01-Dec-2008

scm trapezoidal move < servo name > < target position > < profile velocity > < profile acceleration > < profile deceleration > < servo timeout >
Description

Initiate a trapezoidal move for the servo controller. Note that this monitor command is intended for developer's only.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Developer 01-Dec-2008

scorr
Description

Displays the current scorr values as an array of numbers. The number in the upperleft corner corresponds to the first pixel pair in the stroke and the number in the lower-right corner corresponds to the last pixel pair in the stroke. This command is available.
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scorr < pixel pair >


Description

Displays the scorr value associated with the pixel pair identified by <sample>. The <sample> parameter specifies the pixel pair. The sample number ranges from 0 to one less than the number of pixels per stroke divided by the stroke increment. The number of pixels per stroke is determined by the mode NVS parameter "pixels_per_stroke" while the stroke increment is fixed at two (hard-wired by the LVD board).

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

scorr < pixel pair > < scorr value >


Description

Sets the scorr value associated with the pixel pair identified by <sample> to the value specified by <value>. The <sample> parameter specifies the pixel pair. The sample number ranges from 0 to one less than the number of pixels per stroke divided by the stroke increment. The number of pixels per stroke is determined by the mode NVS parameter "pixels_per_stroke" while the stroke increment is fixed at two (hard-wired by the LVD board). The <value> parameter specifies the scorr value. The units for scorr values are percent and can be negative or positive.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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scorr init [ < scorr value > ] [ [ < scorr slope > ] ]
Description

Sets the scorr value for all pixel pairs in the stroke. scorr init Sets the scorr value for all pixel pairs in the stroke to 0.0. scorr init <value> Sets the scorr value for all pixel pairs in the stroke to the value specified by <value>. scorr init <value> <slope> Sets the scorr value for all pixel pairs in the stroke to the triangular pattern specified by <value> and <slope>. The <value> parameter specifies the scorr value. The units for scorr values are percent and can be negative or positive. The <slope> parameter specifies the slope for the triangular pattern. The initial scorr value is determined by <value>. Each successive scorr value is adjusted by the slope multiplied by the stroke increment. When the resulting scorr value is not within the range +1.27 to -1.28, the slope is inverted. The stroke increment is fixed at two (hard-wired by the LVD board).

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

scorr save
Description Availability Access Modified

Saves the scorr values in the thermal head NVS for all medias. This command is available.
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service [ info ] | [ args ] | [ m ] [ < mlength > ]


Description

Used to schedule service functionality with the scheduler. This is special product specific functionality that is only available on specific products to help a service engineer service the device. The optional parameters work in the following manner: m <mlength> -> the mainscan length of the media on the drum s <slength> -> the subscan length of the media on the drum t <thickness> -> the thickness of the media on the drum i <mediatype> -> the mediatype of the media on the drum mi <media index> -> the media index of the media on the drum pi <proof index> -> the proof index of the media to be loaded ms <media stacks>-> the number of media stacks on the drum p <punch_group> -> the punch group to use if available e <exit number> -> the exit number to unload the media too, if more than one exit is on the machine is <image side> -> the image side to be loaded auto -> Service the automatic mode of the machine manual -> Service the manual mode of the machine info -> Used to provide more help for the service command args -> Displays the current default arguments that will be used by the service command This command is available.
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set [ < groupname > ] [ [ < copy > ] [ < parameter > ] [ < val_element > ] [ < value > ] ]
Description

This is the top level command used to view and access all nonvolatile system parameters.

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set

This command displays a list of all system parameter groups.

set <groupname>

The above command displays a list of all parameters in a group specified by <groupname>. Each parameter is displayed with its current value, default value and units.

set <groupname> <copy>

The above command displays a list of all parameters in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number. Each parameter is displayed with its current value, default value and units.

set<groupname> <copy> <parameter>

The above command displays a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number. The parameter is displayed with its current value, default value and units. If the parameter has multiple elements then all elements are displayed.

set <groupname> <copy> <parameter> <val_element>

If the parameter has only one element, then the above command sets the <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number to a value specified by <val_element>. If the parameter has multiple elements, then the above command displays the value of the element specified by <val_element> of a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number.

set <groupname> <copy> <parameter> <val_element> <value>

The above command sets the element specified by <val_element> of a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> and a <copy> number to a value specified by <value>.

set <groupname> <parameter>

The above command displays a single <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> The parameter is displayed with its current value, default value and units.

set <groupname> <parameter> <value>

The above command sets a single <parameter> in the group specified by <groupname> to <value>.

set <groupname> <parameter> <val_element>

If the parameter has only one element, then the above command sets the Kodak Confidential <parameter> in a group specified by <groupname> to a value specified by <val_element>. If the parameter has multiple elements, then the above command

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This command is available.


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Command: prm <groupname> prm group on page 210

set < search > +


Description

Wild card parameter search. This command will search all of the following entries for the specified search string:

parameter group name parameter name parameter units

The search string must contain at least one '*'. When more than one search string is specified then the matching can be in any order. Example usage:

"set * drum" - must contain 'drum' "set * diam * drum" - must contain 'diam' and 'drum' in any order

This will find the parameter 'prd DrumDiam'


Notes

The search will show only parameters that are visible at the current parameter access level.

To search for parameters at higher access levels first change the access level using the "prm access" command.

Spaces around the '*' may be ommitted.

"set * diam * drum" / "set *drum*diam" / "set *drum *diam" are treated identically.
Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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shutter < shutter control > [ [ hw ] ]


Description

The shutter command sends a message to the HC board which controls the solenoid used to open and close the shutter. The solenoid is also under the control of the MPE board. During plotting, the MPE controls the shutter. The HC board cannot close the shutter if the MPE board is holding it open and vice versa. The command "shutter open" does not open the shutter if one of the safety interlocks is tripped.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


Field 27-Jun-2002

sif
Description

These commands are used to perform low-level SCON communication protocol with SCON I/O boards. SCON communication protocol is supported for the CAN bus, and for SCON boards attached to the local controller board via an RS232 serial port. The commands: "sif wr sport bid vaddr data.." and "sif rd sport bid vaddr" are used to write/read SCON board virtual registers attached to an RS232 serial port. These SCON boards must be operating in remote serial access mode. This command is available.
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sif diag
Description Notes

Displays SCON communication protocol diagnostic counters. If you see a lot of timeout or retry errors, this may indicate that the firmware is trying to communication with an SCON slave I/O board that is not attached to the SCON bus. This command is available.
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sif rd < sport > < bid > < vaddr >
Description

Reads hex data bytes from an SCON board's virtual register. This command uses an RS232 serial port to access the SCON board. The SCON board must be setup to operate in this mode. Up to 8 bytes to data can be read, but most virtual registers do not exceed 4 bytes in size. The serial port is opened using a baud rate of 9600. This command is available.
Field 17-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

sif read < bid > < vaddr >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Reads data from an SCON board's virtual register. Up to 8 bytes to data can be read, but most virtual registers do not exceed 4 bytes in size. This command is available.
Field 17-Aug-2001

sif test read < bid > < vaddr >


Description

Performs 1000 SCON virtual register read operations to the specified SCON board and virtual register. It then display performance statistics regarding the SCON read operation. Up to 8 bytes to data can be read, but most virtual registers do not exceed 4 bytes in size. This command is available.
Field 17-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

sif test write < bid > < vaddr > < data > +
Description

Performs 1000 SCON virtual register write operations to the specified SCON board and virtual register. It then display performance statistics regarding the SCON write operation. Up to 8 bytes to data can be written, but most virtual registers do not exceed 4 bytes in size.

Notes

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This command is available.


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sif write < bid > < vaddr > < data > +
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Writes hex data bytes to an SCON board's virtual register. Up to 8 bytes to data can be written, but most virtual registers do not exceed 4 bytes in size. This command is available.
Field 17-Aug-2001

sif wr < sport > < bid > < vaddr > < data > +
Description

Writes hex data bytes to an SCON board's virtual register. This command uses an RS232 serial port to access the SCON board. The SCON board must be setup to operate in this mode. Up to 8 bytes to data can be written, but most virtual registers do not exceed 4 bytes in size. The serial port is opened using a baud rate of 9600. This command is available.
Field 17-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

sim
Description Notes

This command will display the currently simulation status of the hardware found on the machine. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sim all [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to enable or disable simulation on all available hardware in the device. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
Expert 18-Sep-2001

Availability Access Modified

sim bay [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable simulation of the bay portion of the media handling. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sim car [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable carriage simulation on the device. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sim drum [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable drum simulation on the device. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
Expert 18-Sep-2001

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sim engine [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable simulation of the engine portion of the media handling. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
Expert 18-Sep-2001

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sim head [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable thermal head simulation on the device. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sim mh [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable Media Handler simulation on the device. The media handler and loader are the same thing on the TS400 machine. This may not be the case in other machines. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers.

Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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sim pdb [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable simulation of the PDB board. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. Simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sim picker [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable simulation of the picker portion of the media handling. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sim processor [ < enable | disable > ]


Description

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable simulation of the processor. The processor simulation state can be changed independently of the media handling simulation state, so that for instance on a card-cage you can simulation media handling but attach a processor simulator box, in which case the processor would not be simulated in firmware. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. Simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sim saveall
Description Notes

This command is used to save the simulation state of the device into NVS. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. Simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sim table [ < enable | disable > ]


Description Notes

This command is used to return the status or enable or disable simulation of the engine portion of the media handling. THIS COMMAND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON FIELD MACHINES. By simulating some of the hardware found on the machine can cause very unexpected results, and possibly damage the device. This command is mainly only for testing, or for developers. This command is available.
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sio
Description Availability Access Modified

These commands are used to provide management functions of all SCON I/O boards. This command is available.
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sio con < bid >


Description

Connects the firmware's diagnostic monitor prompt to the specified SCON I/O board's monitor prompt. Use the ^Z key to disconnect and return to normal main controller board firmware diagnostic prompt. The main controller board's firmware will be in a partial "suspended" state while performing this operation. This command is available.
Field 16-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

sio nodes
Description

Displays a list of all SCON boards that are present on the SCON (CAN) bus, and optionally any SCON board(s) that have been configured to run off of a local controller board's serial port. Will display each SCON I/O board's powerup and reset count. This is volatile information. This command is available.
Field 16-Aug-2001

Notes Availability Access Modified

sio reset all


Description Availability Access Modified

Will reset all known SCON I/O boards. This command is available.
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sio reset single < bid >


Description Availability Access Modified

Will reset a single specified SCON I/O board. This command is available.
Field 16-Aug-2001

sio uns
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Displays a list of all satellite registers that have been registered for unsolicted message callback handling This is an engineering access diagnostic command This command is available.
Developer 16-Aug-2001

slipsheet bin
Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Slip sheet command. Currently has not function. None. This command is available.
Field 18-Oct-2007

slipsheet bin < bin_number > unload


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Used to schedule a slip sheet bin unload command with the scheduler. The bin number indicates which bin you want to unload. This command is available.
Field 18-Oct-2007

slipsheet bin args


Description Notes

Used to display default args for the slip sheet bin commands. None.

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Availability Access Modified

This command is available.


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slipsheet bin info


Description Notes Availability Access Modified

Used to display additional help for the slip sheet bin commands. None. This command is available.
Field 18-Oct-2007

smc
Description

This is the top-level command for accessing the stepper motor control command set. The "smc" command issued on its own will display stepper motor information for all available steppers. The family of stepper commands are used to perform all tasks assoviated with moveing stepper motors. This command is available.
Field 10-Oct-2001

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smc < name > on page 250

smc < name >


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command will display stepper motor information for the specified stepper. This command is available.
Field 10-Oct-2001

Command: smc

smc < name > current


Description Availability Access

This command is used to query the current mode of the specified stepper. This command is available.
Field

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smc < name > status on page 264 smc < name > current < zero | quarter | half | full > on page 251

smc < name > current < zero | quarter | half | full >
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to set the current mode of the specified stepper. This command is available.
Field 29-Aug-2007

smc < name > current on page 250

smc < name > dirmode


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to query the direction mode of the specified stepper. The direction mode tells the stepper which direction to turn to arrive at the home sensor. This command is available.
Field 11-Oct-2001

smc < name > status on page 264 smc < name > dirmode < homeccw | homecw > on page 251

smc < name > dirmode < homeccw | homecw >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to set the direction mode of the specified stepper. The direction mode tells the stepper which direction to turn to arrive at the home sensor. The direction mode parameter must be set before the stepper motor controller will allow a stepper to start. (This is usually done automatically by the firmware). This command is available.
Field 11-Oct-2001

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smc < name > followr < maximumVelocity > < lastValid > < home | away >
Description Notes

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to follow a pre-defined trajectory. This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. The trajectory must already be specified using the 'smc <name> trajr' command. This command utilizes real units for stepper control (mm, degrees, etc.) and as a result requires a valid 'stepsperunit' parameter to have been previously written.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 11-Oct-2001

smc < name > follow < maximumVelocity > < lastValid > < home | away > on page 252 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263 smc < name > trajr < address > on page 265 smc < name > trajr < address > < acceleration > < distance > on page 265 smc < name > trajr reset [ zero ] on page 266 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit > on page 264

smc < name > follow < maximumVelocity > < lastValid > < home | away >
Description Notes

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to follow a pre-defined trajectory. This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. The trajectory must already be specified using the 'smc <name> traj' command.

Availability Access

This command is available.


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smc < name > followr < maximumVelocity > < lastValid > < home | away > on page 252 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263 smc < name > traj < address > on page 266 smc < name > traj < address > < acceleration > < steps > on page 266 smc < name > traj reset [ zero ] on page 267

smc < name > gain


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to query the output gain of the specified stepper. This command is available.
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smc < name > query [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ steps ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > queryr [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ distance ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ stepsperunit ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > gain < outputGain > on page 253

smc < name > gain < outputGain >


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to set the output gain of the specified stepper. This command is available.
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smc < name > homer < velocity >


Description Notes

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to 'move' in the home direction (at a specified speed) until the home sensor is tripped. This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. This command utilizes real units for stepper control (mm, degrees, etc.) and as a result requires a valid 'stepsperunit' parameter to have been previously written.

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Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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smc < name > home < velocity > on page 254 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263 smc < name > udvelr < velocity > on page 268 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit > on page 264

smc < name > home < velocity >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to 'move' in the home direction (at a specified speed in steps/second) until the home sensor is tripped. This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. This command is available.
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smc < name > homer < velocity > on page 253 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263 smc < name > udvel < velocity > on page 268

smc < name > hwreset


Description Availability Access Modified

This command is used to preform a reset of the stepper hardware on a satellite board. This command is available.
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smc < name > init


Description Notes

This command initializes a stepper motor. Initializing a stepper involves writing the following data to the remote stepper controller: output gain direction mode sensor invert mask microstep rate update mode (set and used internally)

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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smc < name > gain < outputGain > on page 253 smc < name > dirmode < homeccw | homecw > on page 251 smc < name > sensorinv < sensorInvMask > on page 262 smc < name > micro < microstepRate > on page 256

smc < name > jogr < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < distance >
Description Notes

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to 'move' a specified distance. This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. This command utilizes real units for stepper control (mm, degrees, etc.) and as a result requires a valid 'stepsperunit' parameter to have been previously written.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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smc < name > mover < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position > on page 257 smc < name > mover < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position > on page 257 smc < name > jog < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < steps > on page 256 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit > on page 264

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smc < name > jog < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < steps >
Description Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to 'move' a specified number of steps. This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. This command is available.
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smc < name > mover < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position > on page 257 smc < name > mover < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position > on page 257 smc < name > jogr < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < distance > on page 255 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263

smc < name > micro


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to query the microstep rate of the specified stepper. This command is available.
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smc < name > query [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ steps ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > queryr [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ distance ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ stepsperunit ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > micro < microstepRate > on page 256

smc < name > micro < microstepRate >


Description Notes Availability

This command is used to set the microstep rate of the specified stepper. The only valid microstep rates are: 32, 16, 8, 4, 2, and 1 (full stepping). Any other values will give an error. This command is available.

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smc < name > mover < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position >
Description Notes

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to 'move' to a specified position (measured in previously specified units). This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. This command utilizes real units for stepper control (mm, degrees, etc.) and as a result requires a valid 'stepsperunit' parameter to have been previously written.

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


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smc < name > mover < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position > on page 257 smc < name > jog < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < steps > on page 256 smc < name > jogr < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < distance > on page 255 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit > on page 264

smc < name > move < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position >
Description Notes Availability Access

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to 'move' to a specified position (measured in steps). This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. This command is available.
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smc < name > mover < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < position > on page 257 smc < name > jog < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < steps > on page 256 smc < name > jogr < maximumVelocity > < acceleration > < distance > on page 255 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263

smc < name > position


Description Notes

This command is used to query the current stepper position measured in steps. This parameter is measured in steps of any size (any microstep rate). If the microstep rate has been changed without resetting (homing or otherwise calibrating) the motor position, then this value will be incorrect. This command is available.
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smc < name > query [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ steps ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > position < newPosition > on page 259 smc < name > positionr on page 258 smc < name > positionr < newPosition > on page 259 smc < name > micro on page 256 Command: smc <name> micro <microStepRate>

smc < name > positionr


Description Notes

This command is used to query the current stepper position. This parameter is calculated based on the position (in steps) of any size (any microstep rate). If the microstep rate has been changed without resetting (homing or otherwise calibrating) the motor position, then this value will be incorrect. This command utilizes real units (mm, degrees, etc.) and as a result requires a valid 'stepsperunit' parameter to have been previously written.

Availability Access

This command is available.


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smc < name > queryr [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ distance ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ stepsperunit ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > position on page 258 smc < name > position < newPosition > on page 259 smc < name > positionr < newPosition > on page 259 smc < name > micro on page 256 Command: smc <name> micro <microStepRate> smc < name > stepsperunit on page 264 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit > on page 264

smc < name > positionr < newPosition >


Description Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to set the current stepper position. This command utilizes real units (mm, degrees, etc.) and as a result requires a valid 'stepsperunit' parameter to have been previously written. This command is available.
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smc < name > position < newPosition > on page 259 smc < name > positionr on page 258 smc < name > positionr < newPosition > on page 259 smc < name > stepsperunit on page 264 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit > on page 264

smc < name > position < newPosition >


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to set the current stepper position measured in steps. This command is available.
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smc < name > position on page 258 smc < name > positionr on page 258 smc < name > positionr < newPosition > on page 259

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smc < name > query [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ steps ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ gain ] | [ all ]
Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to query one or all of the stepper motor controller parameters (in steps, steps/s, etc.). This command is available.
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smc < name > queryr [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ distance ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ stepsperunit ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260

smc < name > queryr [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ distance ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ stepsperunit ] | [ gain ] | [ all ]
Description Notes Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to query one or all of the stepper motor controller parameters. This command utilizes real units (mm, degrees, etc.) and as a result requires a valid 'stepsperunit' parameter to have been previously written. This command is available.
Field 11-Oct-2001

smc < name > query [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ steps ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit > on page 264

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smc < name > runr < velocity >

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smc < name > runr < velocity >


Description

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to 'move' in a specified direction (at a specified speed) until a stop command is issued or a limit (home, away, or alternate position) sensor is tripped. This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. The direction is not explicitly stated, it is detemined from the sign of the velocity. A positive velocity results in a move toward the away sensor. This command utilizes real units for stepper control (mm, degrees, etc.) and as a result requires a valid 'stepsperunit' parameter to have been previously written.

Notes

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 11-Oct-2001

smc < name > run < velocity > on page 261 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263 smc < name > udvelr < velocity > on page 268 smc < name > stepsperunit < stepsPerRealUnit > on page 264

smc < name > run < velocity >


Description

This command is used to setup a stepper motor to 'move' in a specified direction (at a specified speed in steps/s) until a stop command is issued or a limit (home, away, or alternate position) sensor is tripped. This command does not actually start the stepper motor. To initiate a stepper movement, you must use the 'smc <name> start' command. The direction is not explicitly stated, it is detemined from the sign of the velocity. A positive velocity results in a move toward the away sensor.

Notes

Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is available.


Field 11-Oct-2001

smc < name > runr < velocity > on page 261 smc < name > start < quarter | half | full > [ [ < timeout > ] [ < zero | quarter | half | full > ] ] on page 263 smc < name > udvel < velocity > on page 268

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smc < name > sensor


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to query the alternate sensor mask of the specified stepper. This command is available.
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smc < name > query [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ steps ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > queryr [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ distance ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ stepsperunit ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > sensor < sensorMask > on page 263 smc < name > sensorinv on page 262 smc < name > sensorinv < sensorInvMask > on page 262

smc < name > sensorinv


Description Availability Access Modified See Also

This command is used to query the alternate sensor invert mask of the specified stepper. This command is available.
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smc < name > query [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ steps ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > queryr [ vel ] | [ accel ] | [ micro ] | [ vmax ] | [ distance ] | [ pos ] | [ tarpos ] | [ curmove ] | [ lastmove ] | [ sensor ] | [ stepsperunit ] | [ gain ] | [ all ] on page 260 smc < name > sensorinv < sensorInvMask > on page 262 smc < name > sensor on page 262 smc < name > sensor < sensorMask > on page 263

smc < name > sensorinv < sensorInvMask >


Description Availability Access

This command is used to set the alternate sensor invert mask of the specified stepper. This command is available.
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