Series read byte command change

Hello

I'm new to Labview and I'm reading the speed and torque of a couple of reference via RS232 transducer. I need to read the data as a frame of 6 bytes. I followed the Protocol provided by the manufacturer (3 bytes concatenated + some calculations give couple and 4 and 5th concatenated byte gives the speed and the last byte provides the power supply on the torque sensor).

When I re - run my code, to change the order of the bytes. In the two screenshots, I have attached the correct order (with 128 in the first byte). But sometimes, when I run the code changes of the order, so instead of 0 1 2 3 4 5 go, it reads 3 4 5 0 1 2 (or else), that ruin my calculations.

I tried switches ON and OFF the stop character and by changing the flow control settings, but it makes it worse or is not good. Forgive me for my lack of knowledge in Labview or basic serial communication.

I would appreciate any information about this. Thank you!

Kind regards

DPAC

Attachments:

1 fix the order of byte (expected)

2 bad byte order

3. my vi

The probe is the streaming of data.  This means that it continues to stream without your vi have to ask all the data.  When you read data from the stream, you need to know where is the first byte of the frame.   You must be synchronized with the data structure.  Do you know how many times he transmits a data frame?

Document you posted says the 7 Bit (MSB) of each byte is used to synchronize the image.  First byte has Bit7 = 1 and the rest of the bytes have bit7 = 0.  This means that the first byte will always be a value equal or greater than 128.  The other bytes will always be 127 or less.

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