Our Auto-Que TCP client offers the following additional functionality
- No need for an IP-ID just add as a standard module in your program
- Ability to set IP Address at runtime
- Ability to set Port number at runtime
- Ability to set MAC Address at runtime
- Ability to send a Wake On Lan packet to the device
- Built in Que and send connection methodology
Module Signals List
|Description and Usage
|Hold HIGH Enables auto que (CLIENT_CONNECT has no effect while signal is HIGH)
LOW Disables auto que
|Hold HIGH to Connect to the client IP and port number.
(Has no effect when QUE_ENABLED is held HIGH)
|PULSE to send a WOL Magic Packet to the MAC address set in the CLIENT_MAC signal
Port number used to establish connection on client device.
|IP Address of the client device (000.000.000.000)
|MAC Address of the client device (AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF)
REQUIRED: for Wake On Lan functionality
|String data to be sent to the client device.
When QUE_ENABLED is held HIGH, any change in this data will automatically connect,
send, and disconnect regardless of CLIENT_CONNECT status.
|Goes HIGH when there is a valid connection
|Standard TCP client status response (2d = Connected)
|Ack that the WOL packet was generated and sent
|Goes HIGH if there is an invalid MAC address
|String data received from the client
|Set to a size larger than your longest intended command string
|How long (in seconds) to stay connected to a device waiting for a response
|How long (in seconds) to keep atempting to connect to the client device
(in que mode timeout will reset connection, in NON-que mode timeout will throw an error message)
|Email address used at time of registration. Set to "" for demo mode
|Registration key issued at time of purchase. Set to 0 for demo mode