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Old November 26th, 2009   #1
berntd
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Default Manufacturer Specific Pids

Hello all,

What is the general concesus about manufacturer specific PIDs?

Should a manufacturer use a specific PID only once or should they be start at 8000 for each different model but actually do different things?

Example:

On model 0100,
0x8000 = LEFT_TURN.

On model 0200
0x8000 = RUN_TO_THEHILLS


or
On model 0100,
0x8000 = LEFT_TURN.

On model 0200
0x8001 = RUN_TO_THEHILLS



Kind regards
Bernt
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