CR5000 OS 6
Updated: 23-01-2012

  1. Support for the SDM-SIO1 device has been implemented. This enables the following instructions to be used for serial communications while this device is connected to the CR5000:SerialClose, SerialFlush, SerialIn, SerialInBlock, SerialInChk, SerialInRecord, SerialOpen, SerialOut, SerialOutBlock.  See details in the SerialOpen CRBasic Help topic for more information about how this is accomplished. The SerialBrk instruction is not applicable to the SDM-SIO1 and therefore not implemented. The SerialInput instruction has been removed. Serial communications via the RS-232 port or via Control ports (C1,C2, etc.) of the CR5000 are not supported. Communications with AVW200 series devices can be achieved when using the SDM-SIO1 device and the program instructions listed above.

  2. Support for the use of the SC115 device has been added. When the SC115 is connected to the CR5000, a file device with the name "USB" will show in File Control.
  3. CS I/O communications are now possible with the following devices: SC32A, SC32B, COM220, NL100, NL200, RF401, RF450, MD485, SC-USB, SC115, DSP4 Contact customer support for details about which baud rates and other configuration details are required for each device. SDC8 is not supported in the CR5000's CS I/O implementation. You must use SDC7 for SDC channel support. The CR1000KD is not supported on the CR5000.
  4. Variable Names up to 39 characters in length are now supported.
  5. Table Names up to 20 characters in length are now supported.