Set Lock State - Cmd 49
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|Instruction Name||Set Lock State|
|Applies to||T-Series devices|
|Firmware Version||5.xx since 5.07|
|Command Data||Lock State|
|Reply Data||Lock State|
|Safe to retry?||Yes|
|Returns Current Position?||No|
|Summary||Locks or unlocks all non-volatile settings.|
Sometimes it is desirable to lock all non-volatile settings to prevent them from being changed inadvertently. After changing all settings as desired, settings can be locked by setting the Lock State to 1. Subsequent attempts to change any non-volatile setting (e.g., Set Target Speed, command 42) will result in an error response with an error code of 3600 (settings locked). Note that the Set Lock State command does not apply to commands and settings that are specific to the T-JOY3 joystick. Load Event Instruction and Set Axis Device Number for example, are unaffected by the Lock State.
How the Restore Settings instruction behaves when the settings are locked depends on the firmware version. In version 5.07 issuing a Restore Settings instruction while the settings are locked will result in an error response with an error code of 3600 (settings locked). This behavior was found to confuse many customers so in version 5.08 and up, the behavior was changed such that regardless of the current lock state, issuing a Restore Settings instruction will always return setting values to factory default values and leave settings in an unlocked state.
Settings can also be unlocked by setting the Lock State to 0.