It is able to work as client or server on the Modbus TCP side, and as a Modbus master or slave, on the other side. It is also possible to integrate other protocols on the serial link. It also provide 1 digital input an 1 digital output drivable through Modbus.
The HID-Class is a generic device class which means that all devices in this class are supported by Microsoft Windows and there are already existing DLLs with functions that we can use. The Human Interface Device Class As mentioned above the HID Class is a generic device class so the driver is integrated in the operating system which makes things easy.
If a new HID device is plugged in there is no need of any driver installation.
The functions to access and control a HID device are included in the Windows hid. If you do not know for sure if your device is a HID device you should have a look at this little application. Usually both values can be changed in the source code of the USB device assumes that you have access to that code.
Those reports consist of 64 bytes of data. Each microsecond one report is send from pc to the USB device and vice versa.
This means that theoretical a transfer rate of 64 Kbytes per second can be achieved.
Just import the DLL or the project and you are finished. I tried to keep the interface as simple as possible on the one hand and on the other hand to integrate as much functionality as possible.
At the moment it has the following functions: Parameters The vendor id of the USB device e. Connect method This method establishes a connection to the USB device. You can only establish a connection to a device if you have used the construct with vendor AND product id.
Returns False if any error occurs Disconnect method Disconnects the device getDeviceList method Returns a list of devices with the vendor id or vendor and product id specified in the constructor.
This function is needed if you want to know how many and which devices with the specified vendor id are plugged in. If the array length exceeds 64, the array while be divided into several arrays with each containing 64 bytes.
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