Stop Character Code (E1) setting

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Description (see setting description format info here)

 

Function:Defines ASCII code of the stop character 

 

Set (S) command format:SE1ccc, where ccc is the ASCII code of the stop character in the 0-255 range

 

Get (G) command format:GE1

 

Init (I) command effect:Initialized unconditionally, through network command, serial command, or quick initialization

 

Post-initialization value:0

 

Change takes effect:After reboot or exiting the serial programming mode

 

Overriding parameter:---

 

Relevance conditions:Use Stop Character (U1) setting= 1 (enabled)

 

First introduced:Earlier than "baseline" V3.14/V3.51

 

See also:Serial-to-Ethernet data routing

 


Details

 

This setting defines the ASCII code of the stop character that can close the serial data block. The usage of the stop character must be enabled separately through the Use Stop Character (U1) setting. It is also possible to have the serial data block closed not on the stop character itself but after a predefined number of characters after the stop character. This is done through the Number Of Post Characters (P1) setting.

 

Serial data blocks are related to routing the data in the serial-to-Ethernet direction. See serial-to-Ethernet data routing for more information.