Relationship between EnergyWise Phases, Specifications and SDK versions

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Created by: Andy Dominey on 22-12-2010 06:09:37 PM
Hi,
 
EnergyWise Phase 1 is described as having an EnergyWise specification of 0.1.12. EnergyWise Phase 2 is described as having an EnergyWise specification of 0.6.n.
 
If i am using the EnergyWise toolkit with a version of 1.2-Alpha-III, which versions of the EnergyWise specification can I expect it to work with?

Subject: RE: Relationship between EnergyWise Phases, Specifications and SDK versions
Replied by: Brad Schoening on 22-12-2010 07:05:42 PM
Hi,
 
EnergyWise Phase 1 is described as having an EnergyWise specification of 0.1.12. EnergyWise Phase 2 is described as having an EnergyWise specification of 0.6.n.
 
If i am using the EnergyWise toolkit with a version of 1.2-Alpha-III, which versions of the EnergyWise specification can I expect it to work with?

 
Andy,
 
The Toolkit version 1.0 was released for EnergyWise 2.0.  For EnergyWise 2.5 we will be releasing the Toolkit v 1.2.  The spec numbers probably aren't relevant.

Subject: RE: Relationship between EnergyWise Phases, Specifications and SDK versions
Replied by: Andy Dominey on 23-12-2010 01:11:42 PM
Hi,
 
What do you mean by EnergyWise2.0? I haven't seen that version mentioned in docs before. Does that refer to the toolkit, spec, or phase? Or maybe something else?!

Subject: RE: Relationship between EnergyWise Phases, Specifications and SDK versions
Replied by: Brock Miller on 18-01-2011 09:20:47 PM
Hi,
 
What do you mean by EnergyWise2.0? I haven't seen that version mentioned in docs before. Does that refer to the toolkit, spec, or phase? Or maybe something else?!

Hi Andy,
 
EnergyWise 2.0 refers to the second release of EnergyWise on our IOS software.  For the Catalyst 3k, this corresponded to IOS version 12.2(53)SE2.  EnergyWise 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, etc. generally refers to the phase of EnergyWise, which is more of a general/marketing version label.
 
Thanks!

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