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  • Mcstemperature V6 with DS2408

    Hi
    I just bought a 8 I/O channel from "Hobby Board" based on DS2408 but when I install it, I have this error Mith McsTemperature
    Do you have a idea please

    Thank You



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    26/10/2010 02:07:22 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:07:27 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:07:32 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:07:37 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:07:43 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:07:48 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:07:53 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:07:58 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:08:03 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:08:08 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:08:13 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:08:18 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method
    26/10/2010 02:08:23 - mcsTemperature - GetDS2408 on line 110 Object doesn't support this property or method

  • #2
    The line referenced is a call to the OWAPI library for the DS2408 device. What I see is that mcsTemperature is expecting the Dallas drivers to be from
    ftp://ftp.dalsemi.com/pub/auto_id/li...ers_v400b3.exe

    If you have an earlier version then I do not think the DS2408 was supported. If you have a later version then it does not work with MSJVM as mcsTemperature is expecting.

    Do you have any 1-wire devices other than DS2408 that are being used with mcsTemperature?

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    • #3
      Mcstemperature V6 with DS2408

      Hi michael,


      I have no problems with other 1-wire devices, just with the DS2408 !!!!
      Can you provide me the prerequisites for the versions of 1-wire , Microsoft JVM and other drivers for mcstemperature installation ?

      My Dallas version : V4.00 beta3
      Microsoft JVM installed
      java 2 runtime environment SE v1.4.2_19
      mcstemperature 6.0.07
      .Net framework 3.0 Pack 2


      Thanks

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      • #4
        When I look at the Maxim site at the following and select an older 32 bit OS option then a newer package looks to be available that looks to be install_1_wire_drivers_v400.msi. The only other dependency I know of MSJVM. Piever has posted in this forum about using the DS2408 and I know he had success so if the new download does not do it then you may try contacting him.

        http://www.maxim-ic.com/products/ibu...ad_drivers.cfm

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        • #5
          Mcstemperature V6 with DS2408

          Hi Michael,


          In fact the problem is due to the OWAPI.DLL installed by "ftp://ftp.dalsemi.com/pub/auto_id/li...ers_v400b3.exe". This Dll is in v1.0 and don't support the new features like DS2408 and for resolve this issue the V1.10 or above of this Dll is needed see : "http://www.maxim-ic.com/products/ibu.../1wire_api.cfm."

          Question : have you this DLL in your system and if is ok , can you send me please

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          • #6
            The link I gave you above, if you select a older 32 bit OS, should provide the latest COM version of the drivers which is not a beta. I do have beta 4, but it is older than the released one.

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