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Serial Control of other devices
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 Posted: Saturday Nov 1st, 2008 05:46 pm
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Dear All,

I would like to control some devices via the comfort. I think that the most reliable way of doing this is via serial commands. Can you you tell me which UCM is required to achive serial communication at runtime please?

 

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Brian



 Posted: Sunday Nov 2nd, 2008 01:17 am
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You can use UCM05 for Rs232 interface and UCM/Ethernet for TCP/IP for this purpose.

You can use the action Send RS232 to send any arbitrary string to the external device through the UCM for one way control provided the baud rate of the device is 9600, with 8 bits 1 stop bit no parity

The Comfort Rs232 protocol can be downloaded from http://www.cytech.biz/Default.aspx?cmd=sQ0OYE9X66w%2b0P%2bAcFsmAI3j73Rwtfrj&fileid=163&dcid=8&pageindex=
This allows 3rd party developers to develop software to interface to Comfort  two way and allows the external device which can be programmed to send commands and rceive status from Comfort



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