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 ==== Console Commands ==== ==== Console Commands ====
-''​hlp''​ - display list of available commands+''​help''​ - display list of available commands
  
 ''​status''​ - displays the current status of the unit ''​status''​ - displays the current status of the unit
  
-''​scanbus''​ - initiates a scan of the internal bus to detect all connected actuator ​I Ds. Use the ''​status''​ command after about 30 seconds to list the I Ds found.+''​scanbus''​ - initiates a scan of the internal bus to detect all connected actuator ​IDs. Use the ''​status''​ command after about 10 seconds to list the IDs found.
  
-''​open''​ - opens the hand+''​setfan [0~10]''​ - sets the unit fan speed (0=disabled;​ the default is 2)\\ 
 +May be used to improve thermal performance under load or reduce noise.\\ 
 +Please note fan speed is automatically adjusted based on internal temperature (unless this is set to 0). This setting works as a multiplier for the internally calculated fan speed.
  
-''​close''​ - closes ​the hand+''​open''​ - opens the hand *New feature in future firmware release*
  
-''​partopen [0-4095/​0-1023]''​ - partially opens the hand and moves all actuators to the set position+''​close''​ - closes ​the hand  *New feature in future firmware release*
  
-''​setpos [Actuator I D] [Position]''​ - sets position for the specified actuator. If Torque is not enable, this command will enable torque for that actuator and make the movement.+''​partopen [0-4095/​0-1023]''​ - partially opens the hand and moves all actuators to the set position ​ *New feature in future firmware release* 
 + 
 +''​setpos [Actuator I D] [Position]''​ - sets position for the specified actuator. If Torque is not enabled, this command will enable torque for that actuator and make the movement.
  
 ''​restart psu''​ - reboots the internal psu that powers all internal actuators. This is especially useful if you wish to clear an error from an internal actuator without power cycling the whole unit.\\ ''​restart psu''​ - reboots the internal psu that powers all internal actuators. This is especially useful if you wish to clear an error from an internal actuator without power cycling the whole unit.\\
-''​restart all''​ - performs a full reboot on the unit including the main board and the internal actuators+''​restart all''​ - performs a full reboot on the unit including the main board and the internal actuators
 + 
 +''​commbridge [bitmask]''​ - Bridges two interfaces directly and disables all firmware functions (board will act as a direct interface converter/​bridge). Add two values, to compose the bitmask that selects the interfaces to bridge.\\ 
 +Bitmask: 1=USB, 2=Int Bus, 4=Ext Bus, 8=BT, 16=USB w/DTR Reset.\\ 
 +IMPORTANT: When bridging USB to another interface, the Baud at which you open the USB Virtual COMM port will be replicated to paired port (Int interface/​Ext interface/​Bluetooth). However, peripherals on those interfaces have preset bauds and may not respond if the wrong baud is used to open the USB Virtual COMM port.\\ 
 +If the USB interface is not one of the paired ports, then the default configured baud rates will be used for each of the bridged interfaces.
  
-''​config extbaud [BAUD SETTING]''​ - confugres ​the baud rate of the main interface (external interface)+''​config extbaud [BAUD SETTING]''​ - configures ​the baud rate of the main interface (external interface)\\
 ''​config extid   [I D]''​ - configures the Dynamixel I D for the external interface ''​config extid   [I D]''​ - configures the Dynamixel I D for the external interface
  

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