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    XXMIT block configured for terminated ASCII input written in Concept FBD.

    Start The XXMIT block will start on the rising edge high signal on this pin. This pin must be enabled for the duration of the
    XXMIT operation.
    Command A 16-bit configuration word. In this example, bits 5 & 9 are set to enable terminated ASCII input RS232.
    MsgOut Configured as a ByteArray12 in this example. Bytes 1-2 define the number of starting and ending characters.
    Bytes 3-6 define the starting and ending ASCII characters.
    Byte [1] The number of starting characters
    Byte [2] The number of ending characters
    Byte [3] Starting character #1
    Byte [4] Starting character #2
    Byte [5] Ending character #1
    Byte [6] Ending character #2
    Byte [7] - ...... Not used
    MsgLen Number of ASCII characters to be received. This number cannot be larger than the size of the Byte Array
    configured for MsgOut & MsgIn.
    Port The controller's port through which the ASCII string will be received. (Note: See XXMIT User Guide)
    Baudrate Baudrate
    Databits Databits
    Stopbits Stopbits
    Parity Parity
    RespTout Not Used
    RetryLmt Not Used
    StartDly Time to wait after the Start transitions to high and the XXMIT block can begin to receive characters.
    EndDly Time to wait after the XXMIT block receives its last character and the Done output transitions to high.
    Active A value of 1 indicates the operation is in progress.
    Done A value of 1 indicates the operation has finished.
    Error A value of 1 indicates the operation has failed.
    MsgIn The Byte Array where the received ASCII characters will be stored.
    RecCount The running count of characters received.
    Status Error code
    Retry Not Used

    The image below shows the variables used in this example:

    The image below shows the MsgOut with the terminated ASCII starting and ending character settings as well as the ASCII text received:

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