The IO project

Common features

  • Configure all features via web interface
  • Select the language of the web interface dynamically
  • Different IP access modes (DHCP, AutoIP etc.), look at network settings
  • Multilingual (German, English, Spanish and Netherlands) webserver for diverse settings.
  • Multicast DNS functionality for easy and quick access via the network
  • The serial server (net socket) with interfaces UART, SPI Master, I2C Master and I2C monitor
  • Asynchron serial interface (UART) interface has new features like parity and handshake signals
  • All pins can be accessed via a new SPI-Master protocol. This new feature can also be ussed to adress more than one slave.
  • Configuring, writing and reading Netzer GPIOs via web interface
  • Automatic refresh of the GPIO page within configurable time
  • Support of advanced IO peripherals like ADC, PWM, impulse generator, impulse capture und edge counters (look at Netzer GPIO)
  • Writing and reading Netzer GPIOs via GPIO server
  • Extending the serial server with TCP Client functionality and DNS resolver

The factory settings

  • All Netzer GPIOs are configured as digital inputs.
  • The GPIO server is listening at port 65000.
  • Authentification at GPIO server is enabled
  • Automatic reloading of the GPIO web page is disabled
  • The serial server is configured for port 64000.
  • The serial mode is deactivated.
  • UART is configured for 19200 Baud, no parity, no handshake.
  • SPI is configured for 10,4 MHz, mode 0, sample at the middle.
  • I2C is configured for 100 kHz

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