Integrate multiple Cores
Exposed devices in Integration protocol
For exposing devices in Integration protocol first go to Expose devices and choose Add new interface. From offered interfaces choose one of Integration protocol RS485, Integration protocol TCP or Integration protocol UDP:
After adding interface according to type fill other parameters. Set unique Interface ID for each interface if you want to use address mode.
Choose terminal for communication and fill communication parameters for RS485. Set all serial line parameters as required by connected client.
Set TCP port of slave interface:
Set UDP port of slave interface:
Then use Add device to add your devices in the exposed devices:
Choose device from list of offered devices. Please note that already added devices are shadowed.
After adding device it is displayed in list of devices for Integration protocol interface:
Click on device to display information about it, change automatically generated device ID, or delete device from exposed devices.
Choose one of the integration protocol interfaces - according to previously used expose devices interface. Then set parameters for selected interface.
When using serial interface choose terminal and communication parameters of serial line:
When using TCP interface set IP address and port of the slave interface:
When using UDP interface set the UDP address and port of slave interface. UDP address can be in format of broadcast address. Broadcast address has 255 in the address part which should be broadcasted. In following example all addresses in subnet 192.168.100 are addressed:
Please note that after filling in the parameters it is necessary to save them before next actions.
In configured parameters click on Find new devices. Slave Core where exposed devices are configured need to be ready at this moment.
After finishing the search all devices found are displayed with it's original names:
Return back to the main interface screen and you will see all your devices. Please note that device serial number ends with slave interface ID and slave device ID.