Anchor Addresses

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Anchor Addresses

Postby cong » Mon Nov 27, 2017 4:11 am

Anchor addresses are set in a binary fashion. As shown in the attached picture, ADD0 thru ADD3 make up the lower 4 bits of a binary address.

ID0 - no jumpers

ID1 - 1 jumper on ADD0

ID2 - 1 jumper on ADD1

ID3 - 1 jumper on ADD0 and 1 jumper on ADD1 (1+2)

ID4 - 1 jumper on ADD2.

ID5 - 1 jumper on ADD2 and 1 jumper on ADD0 (4+1)

ID6 - 1 jumper on ADD2 and 1 jumper on ADD1 (4+2)

ID7 - 1 jumper on ADD2 and 1 jumper on ADD1 and 1 jumper on ADD0 (4+2+1)
Anchor Address Setting.png
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As of firmware 3.XX, anchor addresses can also be set using USBTraq-Settings.
Simply change device ID in the upper left corner and then click on Write to Device.
In order for this to work, all physical address jumpers must be removed from the anchor.
Setting USBTraq.png
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Last edited by cong on Sat Dec 09, 2017 1:34 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Anchor Addresses

Postby mikeh9 » Mon Nov 27, 2017 2:08 pm

As of firmware 3.XX, anchor addresses can also be set using USBTraq-Settings. Simply change device ID in the upper left corner and then click on Write to Device. In order for this to work, all physical address jumpers must be removed from the anchor.

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