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Ezb Diagnostics

Has anyone written or seen a diagnostic program that could verify any problems with an ezb microcontroller. I had a servo burn and want to check all the ports and processor to see if they are OK. I would not like to check each port to see if it is working properly.

Just a thought. It seems like it would be a great tool.

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#1  
@Ellis, that is an interesting thought. I'm going to put on my "test bench engineer hat" for a minute.

Back when I did hardware testing software could only take us so far for products like serial ports or motor controls, etc. So, where I worked we developed hardware to go along with our software tests and the hardware was usually LEDs that gave a visual indication that the ports of whatever we were testing via software commands was working. This is still a common practice.

Because you would like to check all your ports, I think you would want to create an LED board you could plug into the EZB to check all the ports and then a script that turns them all ON and OFF, that would take care of the digital ports.

For the Analog ports, you could come up with something similar.
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#2  
Hey guys there is a diagnostic section built into the web server on each EZ-Bv4.

Connect the EZ-B's WiFi network via AP mode and then type 192.168.1.1 into your browser and hit enter.
#3  
I really think the extra board is a great idea and it seems it would fairly to accomplish. This would e a great tool to check systems.

I am a little lost on ap mode. Could you help.
#4  
@Ellis
To get into the diagnostic that @Jeremie recommended, click this icon in ARC

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Then click the Diagnostics button

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Regards,
Frank