This module allows you to open a serial port on your machine to communicate with hardware devices over a serial protocol.
Can be used to communicate with an Arduino.
Lets you receive in a text string format (ASCII ) and send values (text strings, array and MIDI/firmdata).
If you need to know your device serial port number to use this module:
Windows: Check the device manager/port(COM & LPT)/
You'll see something like: COM1, COM2,... This is the address of your serial port
ls /dev/ttycopy the line you'll see, example:
Sets here the port used by your serial device.
Data transmission rate (bits/second), must be the same than your serial device (in your Arduino code for example). Tested with standard baudrates 9600, 57600, 115200.
Determines the delimiter value: when this value is reached your buffer is stored (in a circular loop similar to the circular record mode of the sampler)
Connect the module to the serial port
must be switched twice.
Confirm the connection.
Used to send 8-bit character strings data to the serial port,
Used to send array data to the serial port.
Values cell values must be in the range of 0-255.
Used to send MIDI/Firmdata to the serial port. Takes an incoming MIDI message and send it as a 3 bytes message without the channel information over the serial port. The channel information is ignored. This is a special format for the FIRMATA protocol.
Clear the buffer, useful, for example, when you turn the module OFF, then ON again
Indicates a data overflow.
Determines if parameters of this object are saved in the preset-panel.
Parameters of the this object can cross faded when you recall a preset in the grid.
Optional setting, does not appear on all objects.
For experts: serial protocol used.
- Char size
- Stop bits
Trace in the Usine console for debugging:
- info: show only last action
- debug: show only errors
- verbose: show all
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