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markeanmarkean Posts: 9 Apprentice
sorry , I have a airpick and I don't know where is its register .
I download the interface and click the view but not respond. may you give me the register of airpick just like 

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  • Yannik_MethotYannik_Methot Posts: 26 Handy
    Hi @markean, You may find the complete register mapping at the section 4.2 of the Air-Pick Instruction manual

    Hope this can help you.
  • markeanmarkean Posts: 9 Apprentice
    sorry ,  I looked this , but the reserved i don't have .
    just , like the picture.
  • markeanmarkean Posts: 9 Apprentice
    edited December 2019
    sorry ,  I looked this , but the reserved i don't have .
    just , like the picture. This is the gripper not airpick
  • Yannik_MethotYannik_Methot Posts: 26 Handy
    edited December 2019
    Hi @markean,

    We have not made an input register table like this one especially for the AirPick gripper yet but you may see from section 4.4 of the instruction manual (page 52-54) the complete description of the input register bits/bytes. The unused registers following are considered as reserved.

    Hope this can help you. 
  • markeanmarkean Posts: 9 Apprentice
    Hi , @Yannik_Methot

    I looked the 4.4 of the instruction manual , but I do not understand the unused register following are considered as reserved is what .
  • Yannik_MethotYannik_Methot Posts: 26 Handy
    Hi @markean,

    The registers' structure is made of 16byte of input and 16 of output. All are not used so they are considered as reserved as they are still unusable or may be used internally by the gripper so we do not have any visibility of what it does. In any case, a "reserved" register byte is non-significant and non-usable from outside of the gripper. 

    Hope this helps,
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