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R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby wheels » 28 Jun 2015, 02:44

Hi there,

It was only through the sheer frustration of trying to find software relating to programming my wheelchair these past few weeks, that I realised if I ever managed to find what I was looking for, then I would share it to benefit others in the same position I was in. I got hold of my BiPAP machine's full software Respironics EncorePro the other day so I published links for anyone to download that this morning. Hopefully it will help someone trying to change their device too!

Anyway... I'm hoping someone might do me the same kindness and provide me a link to download the OEM version of "R-Net PC Programmer" if at all possible please? I've found the dealer version, that you can download too using these login credentials: http://sunrise.pgdrivestechnology.com/ but I cannot find anywhere online a copy of the OEM version. I'm trying my luck using two different emails/stories to PGDT's file access request form, but I doubt I'll have much luck even though I have two dongles, but not with the original boxes with the software serial number on them. It's only because my wheelchair seller has leant me his dongle as part of my sales agreement, have I got one at all to play around with!

Anyway, thanks very much for your help!

Joab :)
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby wheels » 02 Jul 2015, 04:59

I have now managed to get a hold of the latest version of software "R-Net PC Programmer OEM", just message me and I'll share it with you, as I have the latest version. You will REQUIRE the usb dongle first though!
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby elgwano » 04 Jul 2015, 06:06

PM Sent!
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby wheels » 06 Jan 2018, 09:58

R-Net PC Programmer OEM has just been updated to version v6.0.2 in Dec 2017, so if anyone wants the updated version, feel free to PM me and I'll send you a download link :)

All the best!

    R-Net PROGRAMMER Generic OEM RELEASES:
  • Dec 2017 V6.0.2
    - Minor bug fix for IR Configurator Installation
  • Dec 2017 v6.0.1
    - IR Configurator Upgrade
  • June 2016 V6.0
    - CJSM2 support
  • Sept 2015 V5.9
    - Addition of Horn Volume
  • June 2015 V5.8
    - IR Library update
  • 26/Nov/2014 V5.6.1
    - Bug fix for non-update of CJSM parameters
  • 27/Oct/2014 V5.6.0
    - Support for Gyro
  • 29/Aug/2014 v5.5.0
    - Support for iDevice
  • 11/Feb/2014 v5.4.0
    - Support for Tilt Module
  • 24/July/2013 v5.3.0
    - Support for ASM Module
    - Support for External Profile Jack Function
    - Support for 2nd Bluetooth module
    - IR Configurator library updated to V6
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 06 Jan 2018, 22:35

June 2016 V6.0
- CJSM2 support - below

Was the last actual programmer change. So ver 6.0 on, is as new as you really need.
The .0.1 and .0.2 minor revisions just added a few more TV presets etc for the infra red, that is included on the advanced colour joystick below. For eg, it now includes my new OLED TV used as a PC monitor. So I can control it without the remote! Plug and play.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby wheels » 07 Jan 2018, 23:49

Yes exactly. Unless you utilise the IR functions on your joystick, there hasn't been much updated. Here's the full release notes since version 4 came out:

RELEASE NOTES R-Net PROGRAMMER Generic OEM

    Dec 2017 V6.0.2
    - Minor bug fix for IR Configurator Installation
    Dec 2017 v6.0.1
    - IR Configurator Upgrade
    June 2016 V6.0
    - CJSM2 support
    Sept 2015 V5.9
    - Addition of Horn Volume
    June 2015 V5.8
    - IR Library update
    26/Nov/2014 V5.6.1
    - Bug fix for non-update of CJSM parameters
    27/Oct/2014 V5.6.0
    - Support for Gyro
    29/Aug/2014 v5.5.0
    - Support for iDevice
    11/Feb/2014 v5.4.0
    - Support for Tilt Module
    24/July/2013 v5.3.0
    - Support for ASM Module
    - Support for External Profile Jack Function
    - Support for 2nd Bluetooth module
    - IR Configurator library updated to V6
    10/Jan/2013 v5.1.0
    - Intoduction of ISM8
    - Fixed Diagnostics display sometimes appearing in non-English
    30/Oct/2012 v5.1.0
    - Addition of Display parameter
    - Update of IR Configurator Library
    15/May/2012 v5.0.0
    - New Bluetooth Parameters
    - External Switch Input
    - Mouse Pointer parameters
    - Enhanced FWD parameters
    - IR Configurator Library updated to V3
    - Faster on screen editing
    - Minor improvements
    - EXE raised to V5.1.3.2
    - RND raised to Generic_V32_1_898.rnd
    19/Dec/2011 v4.4.0
    - Upgrades R-net Programmer to use IR Configurator V2 with Library and Sequencing support.
    17/Oct/2011 v4.3.0
    - Upgrades R-net Programmer to use IR Configurator V2.
    06/Jul/2011 V4.2.0
    - Addition of parameters:
    - Disable Inhibit 2/3 in Drive
    - Joystick Staionary Time/Range
    - EXE as V4.2.0.4
    20/Dec/2010 V4.1.6
    - Windows Certified Dongle Drivers
    - New Electronic Manual
    24/Feb/2010 V4.1.5
    - Memory resource leak improvements
    - EXE raised to V4.1.2
    - RND raised to 1.601.2.3
    12/Jan/2010 V4.0.4
    - Updated IR Configurator Help/About
    - EXE as V4.0.2
    - RND file at 1.601.2.1
    05/Jan/2010 V4.0.3
    - Fixed OMNI Menu edit bug
    - EXE as V4.0.2
    - RND file at 1.601.2.1
    03/Nov/2009 V4.0.2
    - Ability to launch IR Configurator
    - RND file at 1.601
    - Minor improvements
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 08 Jan 2018, 00:39

Another thing thats worth knowing. The sunrise version, and possibly other branded versions if we find them, have a good few extra tech setting options missing from the OEM version.

One example, the generic OEM has no option to set max output voltage to the motors. Default 21.6. The sunrise one allows a speed increase, if adjusted upwards to say 23.5V for lead, or 25.5V for lithium. Doesent sound much. But with the lack of voltage sag on lithium, makes a 6.2mph chair do about 7mph. And an 8mph chair do 9,3 according to my math. And expresso/snaker...
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby wheels » 08 Jan 2018, 02:57

Ah how interesting! Thanks for that. I've got a copy of the dealer version for Permobil, but I'd love to find the OEM version. Depending on what type my next wheelchair is, I'll contact R-Net and try to get access to another branded OEM version that hasn't been sourced elsewhere.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 08 Jan 2018, 22:36

For what its worth...
The Sunrise Europe version IS the newest version. As well as having more options to adjust like motor max voltage.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 09 Jan 2018, 20:35

Just noticed that the section called ENGINEERING is not included in the Generic version either. The Sunrise version has many additional bits!
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby steves1977uk » 10 Jan 2018, 00:56

That's why I stick with the Sunrise version as it has more settings to tweak/fine tune. :geek: :thumbup: Pity you can't raise the Low Voltage cut off point to 24v as this would be better protection from running Lithium cells too low.

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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 10 Jan 2018, 02:15

Its good enough at 22V as its over 2.7V per cell. As an emergency stop. As long as all your cells are equal and one group dont drop lower first. As they do...

So you should really stop when you lose a green as currenly configured. But I suspect the batt calibration my allow us to set that. Test it and tell me what it does. Set it to say 50% or 150% and try it. I cant. Still stuck on bed but almost fixed! You will need a few hours to test as the daft battery meter thinks you are on lead.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 10 Jan 2018, 03:55

If you want to really understand the programming, modules, seating setup, possible options and the PROGRAMMING properly, I suggest you readthis over a few days end to end at least 3 times. http://www.wheelchairdriver.com/program ... /R-Net.pdf


From another thread http://www.wheelchairdriver.com/program ... /R-Net.pdf
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby steves1977uk » 10 Jan 2018, 17:47

Still using Pilot+ here, but do have a 120A R-Net PM and CJA to use, just gotta find someone to help me fit them! :hammer

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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 10 Jan 2018, 17:49

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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby wheels » 11 Jan 2018, 20:36

Burgerman wrote:The .0.1 and .0.2 minor revisions just added a few more TV presets etc for the infra red, that is included on the advanced colour joystick below. For eg, it now includes my new OLED TV used as a PC monitor. So I can control it without the remote! Plug and play.

The new CJSM2 joystick you have is a brilliant improvement over the older LCD joysticks like I've still got... Having IR and bluetooth are such good features to have built in. Before this came out, you used to have to buy an omni add-on to have IR controls from your wheelchair...
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby rover220 » 11 Jan 2018, 20:38

wheels wrote:
Burgerman wrote:The .0.1 and .0.2 minor revisions just added a few more TV presets etc for the infra red, that is included on the advanced colour joystick below. For eg, it now includes my new OLED TV used as a PC monitor. So I can control it without the remote! Plug and play.

The new CJSM2 joystick you have is a brilliant improvement over the older LCD joysticks like I've still got... Having IR and bluetooth are such good features to have built in. Before this came out, you used to have to buy an omni add-on to have IR controls from your wheelchair...


Bluetooth is not built in as standard, worth noting.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby inglegrump » 06 Feb 2018, 14:54

I've been using one of these for about a year now. So much better than the previous LCD version.. The bannana shape make the screen much easier to see.but it could do with a non reflective screen.Bought mine directly from P+G which they'll sell to a user as it's plug and play. Just for fun I asked my 'dealer' (now defunct) how much. First reply was ' they didn't think it was for R-Net' !!!!!. I asked again and they came back with a price £210 more than the P+G price and would only supply if they fitted it for + £110
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 06 Feb 2018, 16:55

In programming, you can set background colours to white, high contrast. It doesent look as pretty and so I set that for outdoor profile only. So you can see it more easily outdoors. If that may help you.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby garriew » 08 Feb 2018, 03:21

I have the CJSM2 joystick. Does OEM R-net 6.0.0 allow me to edit the 2nd function on buttons? The dealer had to update his version to do it.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 08 Feb 2018, 09:58

See pm.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby garriew » 21 Feb 2018, 23:11

The CJSM2 joystick has two aux ports and by default one is mode and the other is off/on. The Permobil website says you can add a stereo to Mono Y splitter to have an extra function on each switch. When I plugged in a splitter . The default functions were disabled.

What I'm trying to do is: use one port to function as a left mouse button/click/hold and the other port to function as a mode and off/on.

I assume I need to do something in the Rnet programmer. Any suggestions?
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 21 Feb 2018, 23:14

Yes. OEM required I think.

READ the r-net technical pdf. And the specific joystick tech pdf.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby garriew » 21 Feb 2018, 23:37

Of course it needs OEM. lol
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby Burgerman » 21 Feb 2018, 23:49

3 files in here. What you need is in one of them. I remember reading it.
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby garriew » 21 Feb 2018, 23:53

Thanks!
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby xxrake » 11 Mar 2018, 23:46

wheels wrote:R-Net PC Programmer OEM has just been updated to version v6.0.2 in Dec 2017, so if anyone wants the updated version, feel free to PM me and I'll send you a download link :)

All the best!

    R-Net PROGRAMMER Generic OEM RELEASES:
  • Dec 2017 V6.0.2
    - Minor bug fix for IR Configurator Installation
  • Dec 2017 v6.0.1
    - IR Configurator Upgrade
  • June 2016 V6.0
    - CJSM2 support
  • Sept 2015 V5.9
    - Addition of Horn Volume
  • June 2015 V5.8
    - IR Library update
  • 26/Nov/2014 V5.6.1
    - Bug fix for non-update of CJSM parameters
  • 27/Oct/2014 V5.6.0
    - Support for Gyro
  • 29/Aug/2014 v5.5.0
    - Support for iDevice
  • 11/Feb/2014 v5.4.0
    - Support for Tilt Module
  • 24/July/2013 v5.3.0
    - Support for ASM Module
    - Support for External Profile Jack Function
    - Support for 2nd Bluetooth module
    - IR Configurator library updated to V6

Could you like send the link for me? Thanks
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby steves1977uk » 12 Mar 2018, 00:54

See PM. :thumbup:

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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby carlo67 » 20 Apr 2018, 01:57

can you pm with a link for update version of the R-net OEM Generic please :D
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Re: R-Net PC Programmer OEM

Postby shk » 24 Apr 2018, 13:44

Hi, can anyone confirm that all software types work with all dongles?

As in there is only one type of dongle, and the software you use (OEM/Dealer) makes the difference.
Or is it that there are OEM/Dealer dongles, so OEM software will only work with an OEM dongle, etc.
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