/*
 * R+K 5757 AMP device support
 */

#include <epicsStdio.h>
#include <devCommonGpib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <strings.h>

/******************************************************************************
 *
 * The following define statements are used to declare the names to be used
 * for the dset tables.   
 *
 * A DSET_AI entry must be declared here and referenced in an application
 * database description file even if the device provides no AI records.
 *
 ******************************************************************************/
#define DSET_AI     devAiRK5757
#define DSET_AO     devAoRK5757
#define DSET_BI     devBiRK5757
#define DSET_BO     devBoRK5757
#define DSET_EV     devEvRK5757
#define DSET_LI     devLiRK5757
#define DSET_LO     devLoRK5757
#define DSET_MBBI   devMbbiRK5757
#define DSET_MBBID  devMbbidRK5757
#define DSET_MBBO   devMbboRK5757
#define DSET_MBBOD  devMbbodRK5757
#define DSET_SI     devSiRK5757
#define DSET_SO     devSoRK5757
#define DSET_WF     devWfRK5757

#include <devGpib.h> /* must be included after DSET defines */

#define TIMEOUT     1.0    /* I/O must complete within this time */
#define TIMEWINDOW  2.0    /* Wait this long after device timeout */



/*static int rd_efast_data(struct gpibDpvt *pdpvt,  int p1, int p2, char **p3);
 */

/******************************************************************************
 * Strings used by the init routines to fill in the znam,onam,...
 * fields in BI and BO record types.
 ******************************************************************************/
static char                *POnOffList[] = { "POWER OFF", "POWER ON" };
static struct devGpibNames POnOffState = { 2, POnOffList, 0, 1 };
static char                *ROnOffList[] = {"RF OFF", "RF ON"};
static struct devGpibNames ROnOffState = { 2, ROnOffList, 0, 1 };

/******************************************************************************
 * Structures used by the init routines to fill in the onst,twst,... and the
 * onvl,twvl,... fields in MBBI and MBBO record types.
 *
 * Note that the intExtSsBm and intExtSsBmStop structures use the same
 * intExtSsBmStopList and intExtSsBmStopVal lists but have a different number
 * of elements in them that they use... The intExtSsBm structure only represents
 * 4 elements,while the intExtSsBmStop structure represents 5.
 ******************************************************************************/


/******************************************************************************
 * String arrays for EFAST operations. The last entry must be 0.
 *
 * On input operations,only as many bytes as are found in the string array
 * elements are compared.  Additional bytes are ignored.
 * The first matching string  will be used as a match.
 *
 * For the input operations,the strings are compared literally!  This
 * can cause problems if the instrument is returning things like \r and \n
 * characters.  When defining input strings so you include them as well.
 ******************************************************************************/

static char *(POnOffState1[])={"M0\r\n","M1\r\n",0};
static char *(ROnOffState1[])={"P0\r\n","P1\r\n",0};


/******************************************************************************
 * Array of structures that define all GPIB messages
 * supported for this type of instrument.
 ******************************************************************************/
static struct gpibCmd gpibCmds[] = { 

    /* CMMAND 0 power ON/OFF ON=1 */
  {&DSET_BO, GPIBEFASTO, IB_Q_LOW, NULL, NULL, 0, 127, NULL, 0, 0, POnOffState1, &POnOffState, NULL },

    /* CMMAND 1 RF on/off on=1 */
  {&DSET_BO, GPIBEFASTO, IB_Q_LOW, NULL, NULL, 0, 127, NULL, 0, 0, ROnOffState1, &ROnOffState, NULL },
  
    /* CMMAND 2 Pon/off read */
  {&DSET_BI, GPIBREAD, IB_Q_LOW, "M?\r\n", NULL, 0, 127, NULL, 0, 0, NULL, &POnOffState, NULL },

    /* CMMAND 3 RFon/off read */
  {&DSET_BI, GPIBREAD, IB_Q_LOW, "P?\r\n", NULL, 0, 127, NULL, 0, 0, NULL, &ROnOffState, NULL },
 
     /* CMMAND 4 Foward power */
  {&DSET_AI, GPIBREAD, IB_Q_LOW, "FMON\r\n", "%lf\r\n", 0, 2047, NULL, 0, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL },

     /* CMMAND 5 Reflection power */
  {&DSET_AI, GPIBREAD, IB_Q_LOW, "RMON\r\n", "%lf\r\n", 0, 2047, NULL, 0, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL },

    /* CMMAND 6 ALARM */
  {&DSET_LI, GPIBREAD, IB_Q_LOW, "ALM?\r\n", "%ld\r\n", 0, 2047, NULL, 0, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL },

    /* CMMAND 7 reset */
  {&DSET_LO, GPIBWRITE, IB_Q_LOW, NULL, "R\r\n", 0, 127, NULL, 0, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL }


};




/* The following is the number of elements in the command array above.  */
#define NUMPARAMS sizeof(gpibCmds)/sizeof(struct gpibCmd)

/******************************************************************************
 * Initialize device support parameters
 *
 *****************************************************************************/
static long init_ai(int parm)
{
    if(parm==0) {
        devSupParms.name = "devRK5757";
        devSupParms.gpibCmds = gpibCmds;
        devSupParms.numparams = NUMPARAMS;
        devSupParms.timeout = TIMEOUT;
        devSupParms.timeWindow = TIMEWINDOW;
        devSupParms.respond2Writes = -1;
    }
    return(0);
}

/******************************************************************************
 *
 * c code
 *
 *****************************************************************************/




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