Information status: Updated
Device server to communicate with RS232 devices; this eas written at DESY with DESY beamlines in mind, where we quite have have the situation that for testing / evaluation purposes devices are connected directly to a computer, but will lateron be driven via a terminal server.
This server supports both way, you can switch by setting properties.
Platform: Unix Like
Bus: Not Applicable
|Write string to device and return reply|
|Read string from device|
|Write string given in argin to device|
|This command gets the device status (stored in its device_status data member) and returns it to the caller.|
|This command gets the device state (stored in its device_state data member) and returns it to the caller.|
|ConnectTypeDevString||`net` for tcp/ip connection or `serial` for rs232 connection|
|EndOfLineDevString||End of line string in used in communication|
|TimeOutDevLong||Timeout in ms when reading from device|
|FlowControlDevLong||Flow controll of serial commuication 0: off 1: odd 2: even|
|ParityDevLong||Parity of serial commuication 0: off 1: odd 2: even|
|StopBitsDevLong||Stop bits of serial commuication|
|CharSizeDevLong||Character size of serial commuication|
|BaudRateDevLong||baud rate (if connecting directly)|
|DeviceFileDevString||Name of serial device file name (if connected directly), e.g. /dev/ttyS0|
|PortNumberDevLong||TCP port number on terminal server (if connected via such)|
|HostNameDevString||Hostname / IP address of terminal server (if connected via such).|
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The device class has been updated.
You can see previous version here .
10 Oct 2020, DS Admin
The device class has been added to catalogue.