Is there any way to read the configuration that was pushed to a Soarer's Converter?


26 Mar 2020, 17:37

I pulled my M112 out and hooked it up to my PC. I cannot find the config file I used to set the M122 up in the first place. Is there any way to read the current config off the converter itself and dump it to a text file or sc file?


26 Mar 2020, 18:00

Looks like I posted my config on here in my M122 thread. So, a simple cut and paste and I'm good to go.

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26 Mar 2020, 18:02

Indeed you can. Along with the soarer's firmware download, you should also have some utilities that came with the firmware.

Here's a description of the tools from the documentation:
scas - Assembles one or more config text files to a config binary file
scdis - Dissassembles a config binary file to a config text file
scwr - Writes a config binary file to the converter
scrd - Reads a config binary file from the converter
scboot - Causes the converter to jump to the bootloader v1.0+
scinfo - Displays converter's version and memory information v1.0+
scaswr - Combination of scas and scwr (Windows only) v1.1+
So you first want to use scrd to get the binary off the board. Then use scdis to convert it to text so you can edit it, reflash, etc.

Let me know if you need help with any of those steps.


26 Mar 2020, 18:06

Thanks! In my quarantined boredom, I decided to pull the M122 out and try to customize it with the Soarer's converter.

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