SQID: ID Switch

SynqNet is enumerated sequentially according to the wiring order of the network and does not require a DIP ID switch or EEPROM to hold the node number. However, SynqNet nodes can optionally feature an ID switch whose state forms a set of inputs that can be read by the application software. This would be a useful feature in a machine that has build variants. For example, when SynqNet nodes may not be present in these build variants, it may be convenient to identify the node to the application software with a number that does not vary according to the build. This is why the SQID has an 8-bit DIP ID switch (SW800).



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