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 **int fan_turn_on(uint16_t num)**; - initialization of the EF;\\ **int fan_turn_on(uint16_t num)**; - initialization of the EF;\\
-**int fan_set_speed(uint16_t num, int16_t RPM, int16_t * confirm)** Allows you to set the EF speed to the number '​num'​ in RPM, and if successful, it will return the LSS_OK code and the '​confirm'​ value equal to the required RPM. It should be mentioned that the permissible speed is 2000-3500 RPM in absolute magnitude. If you set the RPM value less than 2000 RPM, the EF's will stop.\\+**int fan_set_speed(uint16_t num, int16_t RPM, int16_t * confirm)** ​Allows you to set the EF speed to the number '​num'​ in RPM, and if successful, it will return the LSS_OK code and the '​confirm'​ value equal to the required RPM. It should be mentioned that the permissible speed is 2000-3500 RPM in absolute magnitude. If you set the RPM value less than 2000 RPM, the EF's will stop.\\
 **int fan_request_speed(uint16_t num, int16_t * pRPM)** - this function allows you to query the current rotation speed of the specified EF number '​num'​ in the variable '​pRPM';​\\ **int fan_request_speed(uint16_t num, int16_t * pRPM)** - this function allows you to query the current rotation speed of the specified EF number '​num'​ in the variable '​pRPM';​\\
 **int fan_request_reset(uint16_t num)** - Reboot the EF controller number '​num';​\\ **int fan_request_reset(uint16_t num)** - Reboot the EF controller number '​num';​\\
 **int fan_turn_off(uint16_t num)** - Deinitialization of the EF. **int fan_turn_off(uint16_t num)** - Deinitialization of the EF.
  
en/fan_motor.txt · Last modified: 2018/01/24 14:28 by ashley