Choose this device to control a device sending TCP/IP command.
Name: User-friendly name
IP: Enter the ip address of your device. Your device and Modulo Player need to be in the same subnet
Port: Choose the correct TCP/IP port
Command: You have to enter the ASCII character string you want to send.
You can add a carriage return using the string \r (0×0D in hexadecimal format).
You can add a line feed using the string \n (0×0A in hexadecimal format).
This device can be used to receive a string in order to trigger a task.
You can send hexadecimal value if you prepend the $ character.
For example, if you want to send a line feed you can directly enter $0A
You can trigger a task sending an ASCII string terminated with a line feed ( ‘\n’ or 0×0A in hexadecimal format).
You need to enter the same ASCII command without the line feed in the message field.
You can trigger a Digimap sending an ASCII command with a specific syntax terminated with a line feed ( ‘\n’ or 0×0A in hexadecimal format).
The syntax is: name_of_you_command?value\n
For example, it can be /modulo/x?124.213\n: you then choose the message /modulo/x and you will receive the value 124.213 in your Digimap.
You need to enter the name of your ASCII command in the message field.
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