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#19045 automate IP discovery (Delphi WIN32)

Posted by Venerable Steve on 11 October 2011 - 07:27 PM in Project Showcase

Oh here is a picture of the remote controller for the alarm ( still havn't done the NMAP task ) it has a motor controller for using alarm panel camera direction changes.

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#19032 windows-form-xbee-lcd-RSSI-display

Posted by Venerable Steve on 11 October 2011 - 05:33 PM in Project Showcase

hey i like your Baseterm project I have added a program to my stable of cool tools
yours and my new one its a forms processor for the Netduino called Hex Hoodoo written in Delphi 32
with a motor controller too. Works via XBee serial and gives results inbuilt HTML browser

https://sites.google...rupa/monotreme7


Hey do you need faster output to screen? i may be able to do some OpenGL screen rendering as it would be faster then
HTML forms for output.

Oh and the program is here

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#19029 windows-form-xbee-lcd-RSSI-display

Posted by Venerable Steve on 11 October 2011 - 04:45 PM in Project Showcase

hey i like your Baseterm project I have added a program to my stable of cool tools yours and my new one its a forms processor for the Netduino called Hex Hoodoo written in Delphi 32 with a motor controller too. Works via XBee serial and gives results inbuilt HTML browser https://sites.google...rupa/monotreme7

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  • HexHoodoo.jpg



#18649 Mobile turret system

Posted by Venerable Steve on 01 October 2011 - 05:48 PM in Netduino Plus 2 (and Netduino Plus 1)

Oh i am in Sydney and I got the XRFs (XBEE pin compatible wireless ) instead of the XBees they worked well and are cheaper 10 or so pounds each from the UK you need 2 of them for coms to work. Also have a picture of them on my site. The shields to get them working were about 10 dollars each from HK. http://sites.google....irupa/monotreme go to page 6 for the pictures.



#17904 automate IP discovery (Delphi WIN32)

Posted by Venerable Steve on 12 September 2011 - 10:20 PM in Project Showcase

I have a program that can help discover the IP address of the Netduino for my alarm project it used NMAP like the Zenmap program called Zenoprobe you can find it here ( anybody with NMAP skills? as i would like to write a NMAP entry if there isn't one ) https://sites.google...irupa/zenoprobe also using Delphi and TCP/IP to run alarm monitoring https://sites.google...irupa/monotreme



#17902 Netduino - WiFi

Posted by Venerable Steve on 12 September 2011 - 09:39 PM in Project Showcase

Hello to people on the Netduino community I am from the programming (Delphi) side of the equation ........... I have a XRF module and a XBEE Pro Shield I just ran the code from v1 of above and the Associate LED on the XBEE Pro started to oscillate YES YES YES!!! (after switching the onboard button from USB to XBEE ) um on the Visual Studio side um I put a breakpoint at the line UARTConnection UART = new UARTConnection(SerialPorts.COM1,115200, Parity.None, 8, StopBits.One); and now I am just wondering how to proceed? I see the Neduino has 2 com ports under serialports.com1(is that right) or are we talking to the PC instead thanks :) oh and did you set one board up as a master or do the boards use straight serial? PS. I have another XRF hooked up to a DFRobot usb breakout board to accept and report the result.




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