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Old April 15th, 2020   #1
sergeychk
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Default PDL size for GET Manufacturer-specific PID

In Document number: CP/2009-1017r2 2017 ESTA section 10.4.2
"PDL Size:
PDL Size defines the number used for the PDL field in all GET_RESPONSE and SET messages
associated with this PID. In the case of the value of DS_ASCII, the PDL Size represents the
maximum length of a variable sized ASCII string."
Accordingly the controller must use the same value for Get/Set reqest, in my case the value is "1" for new PID.
I dont have any questions regarding Set command, but, as far as I understand,
for Get command controller must send one dummy byte. Is it correct?
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