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open_source:ccgx:commandline [2019-08-15 11:56]
guy_stewart [1.1 No support warning] - VicCom link
open_source:ccgx:commandline [2021-03-03 11:46]
mvader [4.4 vreg: changing settings from the command line]
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 Changing settings with products featuring a VE.Bus comm. port (Inverters, Multis and Quattros) is normally done with VEConfigure. Changing settings with products featuring a VE.Bus comm. port (Inverters, Multis and Quattros) is normally done with VEConfigure.
  
-Firmware updates are normally done with VEFlash, a computer tool that is installed together with VEConfigure.+Firmware updates are normally done with VEFlash, a computer tool that is installed together with VEConfigure, or VictronConnect.
  
-To change settings remotely, use [[ccgx:ccgx_ve_power_setup|Remote VEConfigure]].+To change settings remotely, use  [[vrm_portal:remote-veconfigure|Remote VEConfigure.]]
  
 Remotely updating firmware of a VE.Bus product is only possible from the command line, see below. Remotely updating firmware of a VE.Bus product is only possible from the command line, see below.
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 Both firmware updating as well as changing settings is normally done with [[victronconnect:start|VictronConnect]]. Both firmware updating as well as changing settings is normally done with [[victronconnect:start|VictronConnect]].
  
-It is not possible to remotely change settings. Neither from the command line.+[[https://www.victronenergy.com/media/pg/VictronConnect_Manual/en/victonconnect-remote--vc-r----configuration-and-monitoring-via-vrm.html|VictronConnect Remote]] allows remote changing of settings. It is not available from the command line.
  
-Updating firmware remote is only possible from the command line, see below.+Updating firmware remotely is available via the [[vrm_portal:remote-firmware-update|Remote Firmware Update feature of VRM]] (in the device list), and via the command line, see below.
  
 ==== 1.3 Connecting to the command line and file transfer ==== ==== 1.3 Connecting to the command line and file transfer ====
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 ==== 3.2 Updating VE.Bus firmware === ==== 3.2 Updating VE.Bus firmware ===
 +
 +WARNING: At Victron we don't use this tool. Part of the code is shared with the VE.Bus firmware update functionality in VictronConnect, and therefore proven. But not all. So use at you're own risk.
  
 Requires Venus v2.00 or later. Requires Venus v2.00 or later.
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 </code> </code>
 +
 +Switching all devices on VE.Can off (careful, when having NMEA2000-out enabled, or having an Inverter RS, also AC will be switched off!):
 +<code>
 +vreg -c socketcan:can0 -s 0x0200 un32:0x000004
 +</code>
 +
 +switching a specific device off:
 +<code>
 +vreg -c socketcan:can0 -s 0x0200 un32:0x000004 -n 0x24
 +</code>
 +Note that in above example the VREG data field (un32) is padded with zeros; current firmware requires that, future fw won't any more.
 +
 +Switch a specific device on:
 +<code>
 +vreg -c socketcan:can0 -s 0x0200 un32:0x000001 -n 0x24
 +</code>
 +
 +Seeing which devices are off and which are on goes like this. Press ctrl-C to stop the command.
 +<code>
 +vreg -c socketcan:can0 -g 0x200 -r
 +</code>
 +
 ===== 5. VE.Direct products ===== ===== 5. VE.Direct products =====
  
open_source/ccgx/commandline.txt · Last modified: 2021-03-06 14:38 by mvader