Direct IP Connection

Direct IP Connection

Postby Jack » Fri Dec 01, 2017 10:49 am

Hi,
I work in a medical laboratory and they ask me to communicate via a RJ45 to an automate system in the lab . (IDS iSys)
Does someone in the forum has an expertise with this direct ip connection and communication .

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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby MarcoBoschi » Fri Dec 01, 2017 2:13 pm

The question is: what kind of activity you have to do
- retrieve some datas and to make some calculations or to store datas in some external databases
- pilot this machine

in any case you must look for the documentation of this device you find all you need unless it is designed to be used only by their software.
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Diego Decandia » Fri Dec 01, 2017 3:11 pm

Jack,
You have to use a socket.
Typically, the instrument is the client, and your software is the server.
Then follow the instructions in the interface manual.
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Jack » Fri Dec 01, 2017 3:58 pm

Thanks for this answer .

I 'd like to receive result from the instrument .
I do not understand why the instrument is not the server .

I will give a look to socket.prg .

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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby MarcoBoschi » Mon Dec 04, 2017 11:25 am

maybe it could be the server
but usually your software is the server and the device is the client
take a look in documentation
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Robert Frank » Tue Dec 12, 2017 3:15 pm

I work for medical laboratories too (for many years).
I wrote whole LIS and my software collect orders and results from a lot of analysers.
What kind of analyser do you need to implement?
Is IDS iSys immunology analyser?
Main point is: do you want to use ASTM?
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Busmatic_wpb » Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:32 am

Mr. Rober.
Reading your post I see that you have experience in using socket. My question is this. I have a person counter system have a server inside. This can be connected via rj45 but I have no idea how to connect from my pc.
I have reviewed some sockets but the conection that asks me, IP, Port, User, password. I do not come or I do not understand much the subject of socketa some simple example that can help me thank you very much.
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Busmatic_wpb » Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:35 am

Diego Decandia wrote:Jack,
You have to use a socket.
Typically, the instrument is the client, and your software is the server.
Then follow the instructions in the interface manual.


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I have reviewed some sockets but the conection that asks me, IP, Port, User, password. I do not come or I do not understand much the subject of socketa some simple example that can help me thank you very much.
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Diego Decandia » Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:40 am

First, your PC and the counter must be connected to your local network.
At that point, following the instructions of the counter, you can connect to the server using login and password, port and IP of the instrument.

Start doing this.
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Busmatic_wpb » Sat Jan 20, 2018 9:46 pm

Thanks for answering. The counter brings a factory application that is connected by 485 and is connected to the network. What I want to do is not use this application because it is from the manufacturer and it has the configuration of the equipment.

What do I want to know and how would I connect directly to the counter and how could it be done? I do not have the slightest idea of how to use the sockects. But I see in all the examples I do not see where the login and password can be included. If you have an example and give me a hand I would appreciate it.
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Antonio Linares » Sun Jan 21, 2018 7:22 am

regards, saludos

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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Diego Decandia » Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:16 am

Oscar,

You do not want to use the factory counter application, but it is precisely that application that has been prepared to communicate as a server with clients.
If you don't use it, how do you plan to converse with the counter?
What do you think there is on the counter that you answer?

As an example I can not give you anything because I do not use the TSocket class of FiveWin but the one paid by ChilkatSoft

In fact, in the TSocket of Fivewin I see no sign of Login and Password, which are often expected in the connection to health instrumentation.
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Busmatic_wpb » Sun Jan 21, 2018 6:44 pm

Thanks Diego.
Being perfectly your point and we agree. Now I have the communication protocol of the manufacturer.

Thanks I'm reviewing the link you sent me, Chilkat Software, and I see that you can use a DLL in delphi. But My knowledge is more than that, that's why I'm looking for a possible solution. What else can you tell me to guide to start if I have to buy soft Chikilat would be a viable option ?. But I see that nothing comes in fivewin.
What else could you tell me? already very grateful.

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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Busmatic_wpb » Sun Jan 21, 2018 6:54 pm

Estimado Antonio.
Gracias por responder.

Pero como le comento al compañero mi coocimiento no llega tan lejos y se que este tema es un poco mas dificil de lo normal y se sale de mis manos. Algun otro ejemplo que pueda giarme a lograr obtener el acceso de ese desipositivo.
Actumento lo tengo conectado al mi PC y viene con un SW desarrollamdo por ellos via IP. Tambien me enviaron el protocolo. Pero como ves no he logrado encontrar alguna rutina en FW para guiarme.

Agardezco la ayuda que puedas ofrecerme desde ya agradecido.
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Re: Direct IP Connection

Postby Lailton » Tue Jan 23, 2018 12:01 am

Hi Jack,

I have experience with UBTN devices. It has IPv4 ( RJ45 ) support that you can use to access the cameras.

Take look to this one.
https://www.ubnt.com/unifi-video/unifi-video-camera-g3/
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