I recently acquired a Smart meter by our Belgian energy supplier Fluvius. It has some ports to be connect and I have connected both my Jigsaw and my meter using a R12-USB cable.
I've added a "Basic" device with the required parameters, but all I get back on the Raw Data is FF and the Encoded data value is ?
It looks like the device is connected, but I cannot extract or read data from this device. Does anyone have an idea what the "FF" or "?" stands for and how to fix this?
Hi, When using the string editor (in the basic device driver). - what format codes etc. are allowed - is this documented anywhere? I'm trying to figure out how to include unprintable chars .. and to keep it readable and possible to format values in correctly was trying not to revert to just using hex. .. in the example below I need the variable to be formatted in as a 2 digit hex representation of the integer..
Hi, has anyone tried to control an onkyo Receiver or similar using the basic driver? The command protocol looks simple with one major exception - you need to calculate the length of the command and send this as part of the message in bigendian format.. is there any way to hack this together in bOS? I guess if you limit yourself to commands of fixed length it will be possible?? .. the protocol as I found it on the internet is attached if useful to anyone... Onkyo Serial AVR_5-17.xlsx
I believe I was at 4.4.2 and now my projector on/off stopped working. Here is an error after the upgrade:
Devices : 2/22/2019 9:48:37 AM : Error : Devices\Projector\On : Error initing setting: Devices\Projector\On.HexData Unable to cast object of type System.String to type BOSCommon.ValueTypes.CMString. at lambda_method(Closure , Object , Object )
I need to send data to serial port on HEX format, but in the end of packet I need to calculate the the XOR of Packet and SUM of packet. Can You explain how can I do it?
* the data is an integer.
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