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Open-source Library for C/C++ and Python allows users to develop applications on the Raspberry Pi using Linux and MCC DAQ HAT devices.
Includes source code and examples
Available for download on GitHub at https://github.com/
I am trying to install a MCC118 onto a raspberry Pi 3. during the stage of running the "mcc118_firmware_update 0 ~/daqhats/tools/MCC_118.hex" I get the response "Error entering the bootloader"
"Error entering the bootloader” is what you see if you have the jumper set for board 1 (for example) and you call “mcc118_firmware_update 0 MCC_118.hex”. The “0” would need to be changed to agree with your address jumper. If you changed the jumper position (or plan to), be sure to power down. After the jumper is set to the desired position, power on (i.e. boot), then run sudo daqhats_read_eeproms (per installation instructions), then run mcc118_firmware_update 0 MCC_118.hex (per the installation instructions).
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