OYO 3000 Controller Ethernet Communication Protocol Example

The customer has the Ethernet communication protocol request sometimes, We have another article which named “OYO 3000 Controller Ethernet Communication Protocol (V1.0.0)” with fully details to explain the communication protocol for Wewon OYO 3000 controllers.

Here is a protocol example to let the customer understand easier for OYO 3000 Controller Ethernet Communication Protocol. The protocol example mainly include two parts. Part 1 is, Read Registers Through Ethernet Network Debugging Assistant; Parts 2 is, Use Ethernet Network Debugging Assistant to Write Register.

Parts 1: Read Registers Through Ethernet Network Debugging Assistant: The following is an example to guide you, uses the Ethernet Network Debugging Assistant to demonstrate how to read the contents of the registers on the touch screen.

Protocol Example
●  1. The computer is the client.
●  2. The touch screen fix on the server side. Enter the IP address of the touch screen and the port number is 6060.
●  3. Click “Connect”. If the communication line is normal, the connection will be established successfully, Refer above photo mentioned.
●  4. Enter the command to send. Select “Send in hexadecimal” and “Hexadecimal display” and click Send.
●  5. The receiving area will display the received reply/ answer.

The above example will read the following registers, Total is 12 registers. Equipment monitoring parameters as below blank forms mentioned. (register offset 200)

Register Name Operation Response Value Description
0 Temperature is Valid Read 0001=Valid 0: Invalid. 1: Effective
1 Temperature Measurement Read 0E26= 36.22 Zoom in 100 Times
2 Current Temperature Setting Read 09C4= 25.00 Zoom 100 Times
3 Temperature Target Setting Read 09C4= 25.00 Zoom 100 Times.
4 Temperature Output Value Read 0000= 0.00 Zoom 100 Times
5 Temperature Direction Read 0000=Invalid 1:Up. 2: Down. 3: Keep it.
6 Humidity is Effective Read 0001=Valid 0: Invalid. 1: Effective
7 Humidity Measurement Read 10BE= 42.86 Zoom in 100 Times.
8 Humidity Current Setting Read 1388= 50.00 Zoom in 100 Times.
9 Humidity Target Setting Read 1388= 50.00 Zoom in 100 Times.
10 Humidity Output Value Read 0000= 0.00 Zoom 100 Times.
11
Humidity Direction
Read 0000=Invalid 1:Up. 2: Down. 3: Keep it.

Part 2: Use Ethernet Network Debugging Assistant to Write Register: The following is an example to guide you, uses the Ethernet Network Debugging Assistant to demonstrate how to write values to the registers on the touch screen.

Protocol Example
●  1. The computer is the client.
●  2. The touch screen fix on the server side. Enter the IP address of the touch screen and the port number is 6060.
●  3. Click “Connect”. If the communication line is normal, the connection will be established successfully, Refer above photo mentioned.
●  4. Enter the command to send. Select “Send in hexadecimal” and “Hexadecimal display” and click Send.
●  5. The receiving area will display the received reply/ answer.

The above example will write 1 to the following register. The result is to run manually. Equipment status and operating parameters as below blank forms mentioned. (register offset 100)

Register Name Operation
Response Value Description                                                                    
1 Operation Command Write
Writing the following value will execute the corresponding command:
Value Description
0x0001 Manual Operate
0x0002 Manual Stop
0x0003 Hold/ Keep
0x0004 Cancel Hold
0x0005 Skip
0x0006 Pause
0x0007 Unpause/ Pause Cancel
0x0008 Disables an Appointment
0x0009 Enable Appointment
The device decides whether to execute the command given by the upper  computer according to its own conditions. Therefore, the command may not be executed.
 The host computer can read the device status or operation information to confirm whether the command is executed
Whether the value is valid or not, the device automatically clears it after executing this command.
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