I have some questions about the use of VESCTOOL in terms of optimizing the configurations so it can easier to access in all cases.
Sometimes the connected VESCs needs to be reset or firmware upgrade and often (not sure why) the VESC ID of different hardware appears the same. For example, hardware A have ID 32, hardware B have ID 120 and hardware C have ID 32. This makes the hardware A and C to be seen as "same" by the VESCTOOL. The workaround is to connect each individual hardware to USB and rename the ID, but this is quite complicated when you are doing it remotely and the parts can only be accessed by CANBUS.
For this reason, my questions are if it is possible, either by the user interface or by terminal command line to do:
A) rename all VESC connected by CANBUS by the UUID and not by the app defined ID (this should overcome the problem of having the same repeated ID and so the CANBUS list can show them all)
B) Measure RL and FLUX from all connected motors and apply the readings to all motors (similar to the FOC wizard setup)
C) Measure hall sensors table and apply to all motors on CANBUS
D) Load different APP and MOTOR settings simultaniously to all hardware connected by CANBUS.
Let me know what you think and if this could be achieved. Solving the issue of same ID after reset/firmware upload will solve 90% of the issues, as the other things can still be done manually.