Flush

Flush the LINX data buffers on the device.

LabVIEW

Developer Note

This could be a simple VI with no input or could allow the users to select various buffers

Command Packet

  • Flush
  • Flush Response
  • Flush
    Description Flush the LINX data buffers on the device.
    Size 7 Bytes
    Format
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    0
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    N/A
    SoF : 0xFF
    PACKET SIZE : 0x07
    PACKET NUM
    3
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    PACKET NUM
    CMD : 0x0001
    CHECKSUM
    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 Flush Command.
    CHECKSUM Checksum. Computed by adding all of the bytes in the packet in U8 form ignoring rollover.

    LINX Target

    Developer Note

    Flush input and output buffers used for LINX communication. For example Serial or TCP buffers.

    Response Packet

    Flush Response
    Description LINX device's response to Flush command
    Size 6 Bytes
    Format
    -
    -
    0
    1
    7
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    0
    7
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    7
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    0
    7
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    0
    N/A
    SoF : 0xFF
    PACKET SIZE
    2
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    7
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    0
    7
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    0
    PACKET NUM
    STATUS
    CHECKSUM
    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.