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1-Wire.zip


This tool-set gives access to all the 1-wire TMEX functionality.

I was able to access 1-wire memory with this library.

It has all the basic VI to allow communication with any 1-wire device on the market.

It needs to be used in a project so the selection of the .dll 64 bit or 32 bit is done automatically.

It works with the usb and the serial 1-wire adapter.


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So using some of those cheap  FT232RL (USB-UART converter) and DS2480B Dallas-Maxim (RS232-One Wire converter) is enought to read onewire storage devices

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This library was tested only with DS9097E, DS1410E, DS9097U, DS9480, DS9490R and DS9490B.

Any other deviceshould work if they can work with the TMEX.dll provided by Maxim integrated.

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I never tried it without installation of the driver. in some case it might work like the serial port version.

Benoit

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Hi Benoit,

Thank you for the code.

I have PCB with MAXIM IC Max17312 and it uses one wire communication.

I have DS9490R one wire adapter and DS9481-37C one wire adapter. Both the adapter can detect the target IC (MAX17312) with their MAXIM software.

And I'm trying to communicate through this anyone of the adapters mentioned above.

What I did was,

1. Got your code

2.converted to LV2012

3. Since my LV2012 is 32bit, so I selected ibfs32.dll file

And I gave the input value for port number and I'm getting error code from call dynamic library as -201.

I have few questions

1. will code works for these adapter?

2. If so, Can you tell me what to do for the next step?

 

 

Thanks

Nhizanth

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