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Yamaha RCX series User Manual: Ethernet Unit Control Commands; Robot Control Commands

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2-9 TELENET communication commands
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2-9-2 Ethernet unit control commands

These commands instruct the Ethernet unit to process the command task. Unlike the robot control
commands described later on, the Ethernet unit control commands do not require a start code '@'
(=40H) at the beginning of the command.
(1) LOGOUT
BYE
This command terminates TELNET communication. The LOGOUT and the BYE commands
have the same results. Always issue one of these commands when terminating communication.
Cutting off communications without using these commands causes an error to be issued and
halts robot operation.
Transmission example : LOGOUT c/r l/f ............................ Terminates TELNET commu-
(2) VER
This command shows the Ethernet unit version.
Transmission example : VER c/r l/f
Response example
(3) @ETHER ECHO <echo status>
Selects the Ethernet status.
Echo status
Transmission example : @ETHER_ECHO_0 c/r l/f ........... Sets to "no echoback".
Response example
(4) @?ETHER ECHO
Reads out the echoback status.
Transmission example : @?ETHER_ECHO_0 c/r l/f
Response example

2-9-3 Robot control commands

Robot control commands access the controller and perform sophisticated processing. Command speci-
fications are identical to RS-232C communication commands. See the programming manual for
details on each command.
: Version_1.01 c/r l/f
: 1 signifies using echoback. 0 signifies no echoback.
: OK c/r l/f
: 0 c/r l/f .......................................... Echobackstatusis "no
OK c/r l/f
nication.
echoback".

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