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-===== Default memory map ===== 
-This is a default memory map. The slave devices should implement most of these registers. 
  
-^  Addr hex((Register address in hex format))  ^  High((Upper 16bit word))  ^  Low((Lower 16 bit word))  ^  Cmds((Implemented commands GR-Get Register, SR-Set Register,  
-GB-Get Block, SB-Set Block))  ^  Save in EE((The register value will be saved in PIC EEPROM and restored on power-up))  ^ Description  ^ 
-|  0x0000  |    REG_FWREV  |  GR  |  No  | PIC_FWREV PIC firmware revision | 
-|  0x0001  |    REG_RSREG  |  GSR  |  No  | Indicates the status of the unit and reason for the last reset, see detailed description. | 
-|  0x0002  |    REG_RSCOUNT  |  GR  |  No  | Indicates number of resets since the unit was powered up. | 
-|  0x0003  |    REG_UPTIME  |  GSR  |  No  | Device uptime since last reboot in seconds | 
-|  0x0004  |    REG_STATUS  |  GR  |  No  | Device status, application speciffic | 
-|  0x0005  |    REG_FLOCK  |  GSR  |  No  | FLASH  lock, firmware upgrade register | 
-|  0x0006  |    REG_EELOCK  |  GSR  |  No  | EEPROM lock | 
-|  0x0007  |  VPWR1F  |  REG_VPWR1  |  GR,GB  |  No  | GR returns supply voltage 1 value as integer in 0.1V, GB returns IEEE float  | 
-|  0x0008  |  VPWR2F  |  REG_VPWR2  |  GR,GB  |  No  | GR returns supply voltage 2 value as integer in 0.1V, GB returns IEEE float  | 
-|  0x0009  |  VPWR3F  |  REG_VPWR3  |  GR,GB  |  No  | GR returns supply voltage 3 value as integer in 0.1V, GB returns IEEE float  | 
-|  0x000A - 0x000F |    APP  |  GSR  |  No  | Application speciffic  | 
-|  0x0010  |  RTC_DATETIME  ||  GSB  |   No  | (RTC) Date and time in second since 00:00:00 UTC on Thursday, 1 January 1970 (ISO C defined)  | 
-|  0x0011 - 0x00FF |    APP  |  GSR  |  No  | Application speciffic  | 
-|  0x0100  |  SERIAL_NUMBER  ||  GSB  |  Yes  | Device serial number, uint32  | 
-|  0x0101 - 0x0105  |  PARTNUM[0]-[19]  ||  GSB  |  Yes  | 20 bytes, ASCII Alphanumeric device part number, char[20], LSB at byte 0 of 0x0101  | 
-|  0x0106 - 0x010A  |  ANAME[0]-[19]  ||  GSB  |  Yes  | 20 bytes, ASCII Alphanumeric device name/description, char[20]  | 
-|  0x010B  |    REG_COMMAND  |  GSR  | Yes  | Command register, see description | 
-|  0x010C  |    REG_UTILITY  |  GSR  | Yes  | Utility register, see description | 
-|  0x010D - 0x010F  |    |    |    | Yes  | Application speciffic | 
-|  0x0110  |    REG_MODID  | GSR  |  Yes  | Module ID = USP module address | 
-|  0x0111  |    REG_RS1_SPEED  |  GSR  |  Yes  | Communication speed of the first RS232 interface. Value in Bd. Default 38400| 
-|  0x0112  |    REG_RS2_SPEED  |  GSR  |  Yes  | Communication speed of the second RS232 interface. Value in Bd. Default 38400| 
-|  0x0113  |    REG_RS3_SPEED  |  GSR  |  Yes  | Communication speed of the third RS232 interface. Value in Bd. Default 38400| 
-|  0x0114  |    REG_RS4_SPEED  |  GSR  |  Yes  | Communication speed of the fourth RS232 interface. Value in Bd. Default 38400| 
-|  0x0115  |    REG_ETH_UTILITY  |  GSR  | Yes  | Ethernet utility register, see description | 
-|  0x0116  |  IP3,IP2  |  IP1,IP0  |  GSB  |  Yes  | Module embedded Ethernet IP address | 
-|  0x0117  |  M3,M2  |  M1,M0  |  GSB  |  Yes  | Module embedded Ethernet Mask | 
-|  0x0118  |  G3,G2  |  G1,G0  |  GSB  |  Yes  | Module embedded Ethernet Gateway | 
-|  0x0119  |  D3,D2  |  D1,D0  |  GSB  |  Yes  | Module embedded Ethernet primary DNS server IP | 
-|  0x011A  |  D3,D2  |  D1,D0  |  GSB  |  Yes  | Module embedded Ethernet secondary DNS server IP | 
-|  0x011B - 0x011D  |  NBTNAME[0]-[11]  ||  GSB  |  Yes  | 12 bytes, ASCII Alphanumeric NETBIOS name, char[12], LSB at byte 0 of 0x011A  | 
-|  0x011E  |  MAC3,MAC2  |  MAC1,MAC0  |  GSB  |  Yes  | Module embedded Ethernet MAC Address | 
-|  0x011F  |    |  MAC5,MAC4  |  GSB  |  Yes  | Module embedded Ethernet MAC Address | 
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-===== Register Description ===== 
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-==== REG_RSREG Register ==== 
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-The read of the Reset register return the reason for the last reset. In most Microchip devices it maps directly to RCON register. 
-Write to Reset register causes software reset (RESET instruction) of the MCU. This can be used for example for reset after firmware upgrade etc. 
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-=== Reset register read === 
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-^  Bit  ^  Description  ^ 
-^  0  | POR: 1 = A Power-on Reset has occurred  | 
-^  1  | BOR: 1 = A Brown-out Reset has occurred  | 
-^  2  | IDLE: 1 = Device was in Idle mode  | 
-^  3  | SLEEP 1 = Device has been in Sleep mode  | 
-^  4  | WDTO: 1 = WDT time-out has occurred  | 
-^  5  | SWDTEN: 1 = WDT is enabled  | 
-^  6  | SWR: 1 = A RESET instruction has been executed  | 
-^  7  | EXTR: 1 = A Master Clear (pin) Reset has occurred  | 
-^  8  | Application specific  | 
-^  9  | CM: 1 = A configuration mismatch Reset has occurred.  | 
-^  10  | Application specific  | 
-^  11  | Application specific  | 
-^  12  | Application specific  | 
-^  13  | Application specific  | 
-^  14  | IOPUWR: 1 = An illegal opcode detection, an illegal address mode or uninitialized W register used as an Address Pointer caused a Reset  | 
-^  15  | TRAPR: 1 = A Trap Conflict Reset has occurred  | 
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-=== Reset register write === 
- 
-^ Value  ^ Description  | 
-^ 0xA3C1  | Perform software Reset  | 
-==== REG_UTILITY Register ==== 
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-^  Bit  ^  Description  ^ 
-|  0  | LED On/Off bit  1 = LED on   0 = LED off | 
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-==== REG_ETH_UTILITY Register ==== 
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-^  Bit  ^  Description  ^ 
-|  0  | DHCPEN, 1= DHCP is enabled, 0=DHCP disabled | 
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-==== REG_COMMAND Register ==== 
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-Application speciffic, writing to this register will execute a command. 
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