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connect thing with RS485 serial communication

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connect thing with RS485 serial communication

Hello

Customer wants to send data to Thingworx. By Ethernet (TCP / IP) communication method via RS-485

Is there any way?

We need your feedback.

thank

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Re: connect thing with RS485 serial communication

seonho Cha​: Do you have plan of using any specific implementation like Modbus ? Please review existing post which might be helpful

Connecting Modbus Device through serial to TCP server

-Durgesh

Re: connect thing with RS485 serial communication

There are many products out there which will do this for you. We have built many applications using Option's Cloudgate with a telematics card expansion board, works very well.

Re: connect thing with RS485 serial communication

Thank you

I am sorry to have repeatedly raised the same question repeatedly.

We are also considering using the server.

Currently, we are considering creating a remote Thing in a C socket client to exchange values.

The SteamSensor example will display an error.

I simply want to create a remote thing with the C SDK and give it a certain value [time].

What should I do?

Many header files in the C SDK create these issues.

How to include headers is also immature.

I would appreciate your help.

Re: connect thing with RS485 serial communication

Thank you.

We are now considering how to use the C SDK without using firmware.

Could you give me some advice on how to create Remote Thing through the C SDK?

SteamSensor generates an error saying that too many headers should be included.

It talks about errors such as C1083 or LNK2019.

I would appreciate your help.

Re: connect thing with RS485 serial communication

if using KEPServerEx occur additional cost

customer already using c socket client

so i want to bind to Thinworx through a C SDK

I really want to create a simple Thing, define and update properties.

I do not think I need all header files in the C SDK.