I am trying to boot up the AD4630 Eval board with the ACE controlled. I get an error - AD4630 reset failed...
make sure you have the latest ACE installed and the latest IIO driver. it should be included in the ACE install, but you might have to purposefully install them
Sorry to see you're still having difficulties with the eval setup. We've replicated the behavior you're seeing and if the cause is the same, then the issue may be that the IIO WCF wrapper…
It says repeatedly that the ACE is the latest version. I reinstalled twice.
Thanks for the response Clarence but I really don't want to spend any more time on this buggy system. I've already wasted a couple weeks waiting for it and now I can't even get it to recognize the ad4630 eval board. I'm moving on to another system, and I'm requesting to return this HW...please advise.
Sorry to see you're still having difficulties with the eval setup. We've replicated the behavior you're seeing and if the cause is the same, then the issue may be that the IIO WCF wrapper is not installed. It is possible to install the IIO WCF wrapper from within ACE without doing a full re-install.
To do that, press the 'help' button in the lower left of the window, and a panel should open on the right hand side. Then click the downward disclosure arrow on the 'Application Resources' section, and you should see at the bottom the link to open the local copy of the installer:
Once the IIO WCF Wrapper is installed, and ACE has been restarted, you should see an icon for the AD4630 board in the attached hardware view.
Looks like there's a preceding error saying "ApplyOperatingSettingsSequence". Did you have this when starting up the ACE with board red light blinking? Mine was like this, and once I press the Apply button, error shows.
Turns out when started, ACE reads current setting on the board. If no changes to configuration are needed, simply double click the part block "AD4630-24" will lead you to the next panel inside the chip. If changes do need to be implemented, make the change and press Apply will do change -> reset. However, if no changes are made, and still pressing "Apply", then same setting from the chip is applied to itself, causing error.