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Using higher speed baud rate to communicate with SOLO UNO

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(@wrcman555)
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Hi!

I am using the v2.1 of the Arduino Firmware, and trying to establish comms with the SOLO Uno, but I am not able to do successfully.

I am using commit hash 2BB8906, tag v2.1

I am using a Teensy 3.5 for the microcontroller, since it supports multiple Serial buses.

Do I need to upgrade the firmware on my SOLO Uno?

SOLO versions:

  • F/W version: 0002B00A
  • H/W Version: 1000F002

Thank you!


   
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Hi @wrcman555,

First of all, we released a major update for our Arduino library (v3), I strongly recommend updating your Arduino library to that version, below you can find a link for some extra guidance:

https://www.solomotorcontrollers.com/blog/arduino-library-hello-world/

secondly, the latest firmware version of SOLO UNO has some new features for operating in noisy UART conditions, so it's much better if you update your firmware to that last one.

let me know if after the updates you are still facing issues.

Regards

Milad

 

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(@wrcman555)
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Thanks Milad - I see the library is tagged as a pre-release. Do you consider it stable enough to use? Have you confirmed that higher baudrates (937500) are supported?


   
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@wrcman555 

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Thanks Milad - I see the library is tagged as a pre-release. Do you consider it stable enough to use? Have you confirmed that higher baudrates (937500) are supported?

That library is a final release with support for CANopen so you can freely use them, the higher baud rates are supported too for UART, although for best perfomance and robustness I recommend you to use the CANopen as it's much easier also to network the units.

Milad

 

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