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MCC 118 no working

Christine Descoteaux


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Please make sure the SPI and the I2C interfaces are enabled on your Raspberry PI. If they are not, the MCC 118 will appear not to work. If they are enable, please use the DAQ Hat Manager to read the EEPROMS or use the following command in a terminal: sudo daqhats_read_eeproms. After use the DAQ Hat Manager to read the MCC 118 - make sure to choose the correct address. If you have a hat board from another company please remove it before testing.

The number you provided is not the serial number, it is typically a 7-digit hexadecimal number such as 1F8E92E. 

Best regards,


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