SPI Set CS Pin

This Command Is Obsolete. This Value Should Be Specified As An Input To SPI Write / Read VI.

Set the chip select pin (DO) for the specified SPI Channel.

LabVIEW

Developer Note

Command Packet

  • SPI Set CS Pin Command
  • SPI Set CS Pin Response
  • SPI Set CS Pin Command
    Description Set the chip select pin (DO) for the specified SPI Channel.
    Size 9 Bytes
    Format
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    SoF : 0xFF
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    CMD : 0x0106
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    CMD : 0x0106
    CHANNEL
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    SoF Start of Frame. Always 0xFF.
    PACKET SIZE Packet Size In Bytes
    PACKET NUM The Current Packet Number. This value increments with each new packet.
    CMD SPI Set CS Pin Command.
    CHANNEL SPI channel.
    PIN DO pin number to use as CS pin for specified SPI channel.
    CHECKSUM Checksum. Computed by adding all of the bytes in the packet in U8 form ignoring rollover.

    LINX Target

    Developer Note

    Response Packet

    SPI Set CS Pin Response
    Description LINX device's response to SPI Set CS Pin command
    Size 6 Bytes
    Format
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    SoF : 0xFF
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    SoF Start of Frame. Always 0xFF.
    PACKET SIZE Total packet size in bytes.
    PACKET NUM The packet number of the packet that generated the response.
    STATUS See Return Status section below.
    CHECKSUM Checksum. Computed by adding all of the bytes in the packet in U8 form ignoring rollover.

    Return Status

    No function specific statuses. See return_status for universal return statuses.