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supported_hardware:barix [2019/01/10 19:41]
James Sentman
supported_hardware:barix [2019/01/11 14:48] (current)
James Sentman update for more supported verbs
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 +=====Barix Barionet=====
 {{:​supported_hardware:​barionet50_web200.png |Barionet 50}} {{:​supported_hardware:​barionet50_web200.png |Barionet 50}}
  
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 If you don’t already have units in the XTension database for all your inputs and outputs found on your Barix they will be created at this time. If you don’t wish to have units in the database for inputs or outputs that you’re not currently using you can delete these and then uncheck the “create units in XTension” checkbox in the Edit Interface dialog. If you don’t already have units in the XTension database for all your inputs and outputs found on your Barix they will be created at this time. If you don’t wish to have units in the database for inputs or outputs that you’re not currently using you can delete these and then uncheck the “create units in XTension” checkbox in the Edit Interface dialog.
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 +====Other Verbs Supported====
 +===Query===
 +The [[dictionary:​unitinformation:​queryof|query]] verb is supported for this interface. This will ask the Barix for the value of the specified unit and return the value to XTension even if the value has not changed or if the filtering settings are not met. You will always receive a new value after issuing a query command. ​
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 +In the case of a built in 1-wire temperature sensor the address is translated from the hardware address to the proper current internal register address so you can simply query the unit by name to receive a temperature update right now.
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 +===Send Data===
 +The [[dictionary:​xtension:​senddata|Send Data]] verb is enabled for this interface. If you need to send raw commands to the Barix you can use this verb. This could be useful for commands not directly supported by XTension such as turning on a relay or output for a specific amount of time without having to have XTension available to send it the opposite command. ​
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 +The command does not need to be terminated by a return as that will be added by the plugin before sending it to the device.
  
  
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   * The original barix plugin has been part of XTension since 2009   * The original barix plugin has been part of XTension since 2009
   * the New plugin using the new plugin architecture was added in XTension v9.4.14 on 12/23/2018   * the New plugin using the new plugin architecture was added in XTension v9.4.14 on 12/23/2018
 +  * Support for temp sensors on the X8 expansion modules was added in v9.4.15 on 1/11/2019
  
supported_hardware/barix.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/11 14:48 by James Sentman