Posted On: 22/01/2017
By: John Bennett
A: There is a full API on the UDP data and discovery ports, this is
documented in the API doc.
But is is also possible to access the stored memory locations using an
http 'GET' request. The same way a web browser would do.
eg. trigger location 3 on an IRCM on IP address 192.168.1.35
on TCP port 80 send http://192.168.1.35/code.htm?button003
The latest IRCM firmware is 1.84.
Posted On: 04/03/2012
A: The IRCommander Matrix can accept commands from a local network and in
response it will emit one of its stored IR codes. You can also upload Ir
code to the memory locations or send to it a string that it will
immediately emit as IR. This is used for example with a KIRA module in
real time IR distribution over a network.
There are a growing number of 3rd party applications that can make use
of the KIRA or IRCommander Matrix products. An API document is available
for those wishing to produce their own software
Please email Bryan@keene.co.uk for further info
Posted On: 23/09/2011
By: Bryan Anderson
A: Yes The full version of demo pad will allow you to send the complete IR code string from the app.
You can capture the code string using our java utility, which is a free download off the matrix product page on our web
site. (Its part of the zip download)
Posted On: 04/07/2011
By: Callum Ridley
A: You can add routing to each individual code.
If you are referring to the lite version, you can't select which output it comes out of on the app.
Only when the code is learnt.
The full demopad app would allow you to, but it would take quite a bit of setting up.
Posted On: 13/06/2011
A: Included is the high powered wand (IRHPW) and a mains supply.
Every else receivers, emiiters etc are additional items you need to buy.