Issue with PanelDue
bilsch last edited by
Not 100% sure how I got into this scenario but I think I accidentally hit the erase button when picking up the display.
With 12v connected to vin, the DuetWifi powers up fine. On the 7" lcd I get a blank screen - no indication if there is power supplied to the LCD but the DuetWifi board is responding fine.
I have tried to flash the display driver and get an error when pushing the flash:
[[language]] bilsch@MacBook-Pro:~ $ ~/bin/bossac -i Device found on cu.usbmodem1421 Device : ATSAM3S2 Chip ID : 289a0760 Version : v1.4 Jul 21 2009 11:30:50 Address : 4194304 Pages : 512 Page Size : 256 bytes Total Size : 128KB Planes : 1 Lock Regions : 8 Locked : none Security : false Boot Flash : true
[[language]] bilsch@MacBook-Pro:~ $ ~/bin/bossac -e -w -c -b ~/gits/PanelDue/Release/PanelDue-7.0-1.15c.bin Device found on cu.usbmodem1421 Erase flash Write 123728 bytes to flash [==============================] 100% (484/484 pages) Set boot flash true Set brownout detect true bilsch@MacBook-Pro:~ $ ~/bin/bossac -e -v -w -c -b ~/gits/PanelDue/Release/PanelDue-7.0-1.15c.bin Device found on cu.usbmodem1421 Erase flash Write 123728 bytes to flash [==============================] 100% (484/484 pages) Verify 123728 bytes of flash [==============================] 100% (484/484 pages) Verify failed Page errors: 483 Byte errors: 94606
When I had the panel connected to the DuetWifi before things went strange all I saw in the status on the top-right was Connecting. I have a 4 conductor wire ( http://openbuildspartstore.com/wire-cable-by-the-foot/ ) between the boards. All of the connectors are good. I get the same behavior with usb plugged into the panel board from my macbook.
StephenRC last edited by
Try again with a different usb port or cable. I have one pc that gets verify errors on usb3, but works fine on usb2.
dc42 administrators last edited by
I suspect either a USB issue (see above) or a power issue. Many USB ports can't provide enough power for the 7" panel. Try disconnecting the control board from the display, then try to program it.
bilsch last edited by
So it was a usb cable issue. I was using the usb cable provided when I bought the boards - switched to another one and all is well. Flash was fine, display is running again so yay!
I do have a thought on a minor board layout change. I accidentally hit the erase button while trying to remove the usb cable. Would it make sense for that button be moved in a future rev? Maybe a tiny button closer to D3 or something? ( eg something to make it less likely to accidentally trigger / bump ). Just a thought!