When writing SMARTDAC+ GX/GP/GM I/O channel data to an SLMP server using SLMP communications, how should I set the first and last channels?

When writing I/O channel data using SLMP communications, specify channels within the same module for the first and last channels of the SLMP communication command. When writing data from multiple modules, use different command numbers for each module.

Example To write 30 ch of data from CH0001–CH0210,
   Command no. 1: CH0001–CH0010
   Command no. 2: CH0101–CH0110
   Command no. 3: CH0201–CH0210

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