Serial / RS232 Control Method

Hi, I noticed that on your 'Request device inclusion' page you list 'Serial / RS232' as a 'Control Method'. Can you please clarify how does the Brain control RS232 serial devices?

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  • Hello Lucas thank you for your post. I am tagging Andy

    Jeff and Patrick for them to give you more support concerning this thread. They will get back to you ASAP.

    Thank you for your understanding.

    Regards,

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      • Lucas
      • Lucas
      • 3 yrs ago
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      Thanks Emily 

      Yes, I'm pretty puzzled with that option.

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  • it should be a straightforward answer 😁

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      • Jeff
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      • Jeff
      • 3 yrs ago
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      Lucas Hello! Sorry for the delayed response on my end :). You can check out the following link and this is also the device we recommend for RS232 (Click here).

      Thank you!

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    • Jeff Cool! Does this mean this device has a neeo driver? Would the Global Cache iTach rs-232 device be supported as well?

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    • Tord Solheim 

      Tim Roberts wrote a driver for the iTach. I am not sure whether and how RS232 is supported.

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      • Lucas
      • Lucas
      • 3 yrs ago
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      Thanks Jeff 

      Do you have an API for these type of bridges? Or do they just use your SDK?

      For now I'm using a custom-made solution I've developed with multiple RS232 connections (Raspberry Pi) and your SDK. But I think the ideal solution would be for you to provide a simple REST API for 3rd party bridges. This way you don’t have to reinvent the wheel for each device.

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