This message allows the creation and conguration of up to three sets of information tags to be used by an event having the Message ID qualier set to A, B or C. This will make such an event generate an EV reporting message with extra information tags as described on the EV message section. For […]
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A valid TAIP message without the opening (>)and closing (SED00NV0;F00+;ACT=SSSXP21< The action above is ACT=SSSXP21, this means that when F00+ (Ignition is ON) we are going to automatically execute SSSXP21. There are two types of actions ACT & XCT, when the Event Handling|Message Routing is Silent – we do not worry about which one to […]
A trigger is determinated with the logical combination of several situations (also called signals). A logical combination is basically an equation (specifically: a boolean equation) that combines signals (situations) with the logical operators AND, OR and NOT. In Syrus, these boolean equations use the postfixed notation, meaning that the operator is at the end of […]
Logical operation used to combine signals: &: AND |: OR !: NOT
As described in the previous section, the event machine takes actions like reporting or switching outputs whenever a user defined trigger goes off. This trigger is configured by the user with the logical combination of situations. A situations makes reference to a vehicle state which is in fact represented by signals and their state. Syrus’ […]
A Destination Address is a user-defined group of Destination Points. This enables some reporting commands to route their report to several destinations at the same time with a single definition. Up to 10 (0 to 9) DAs maybe dened. Refer to the DA message for more information. This command enables the user to group a […]
Alphabetical characters used to identify messages. The letter V is the standard’s one. This message allows the creation and configuration of up to three sets of information tags to be used by an event having the Message ID qualifier set to A, B or C. The message has the following format: A[BBB…] A: Identifier of […]
Message routing: N: Normal. Route the Event Message to the specified Destination Address. X: Serial Port. Route the Event Message to the unit’s serial port only. S: Signal only. Do not generate an Event Message. The event’s signal still follows the event’s state. U: Undefined. Delete the event’s definition.
Also referred to as the Index, they are unique for every event and can be from 00-99 events.
The Syrus 1 has 70 events and Syrus 2 has 100 events available for the user to configure. They may be defined all at once in a configuration script or they me be individually defined at any moment as the user adds/removes functionality. The actual events’ denitions of the unit may be consulted with the […]