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When compiling and downloading Z-Stack code with the IAR debugger it can
displays the chip version register. In the debugger the chip revision can be
checked in the registers window (View->Registers). The version information
can be found in R6. 0x00 - Rev A; 0x01 - Rev B; 0x02 - Rev C; 0x03 - Rev D; and
0x04 - Rev E.
The chip revision can also be read directly from the
packet.Rev D: Q62930.11, QK0538, QK0539, QK2443, QK2444, and QK8850Rev
C: Q62930.8, Q62930.9, and Q62930.10Rev B: Q62181, Q62404, Q62413, Q62445,
QG5890 and QH4888All other lot codes are rev E
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