EXAMPLE 1

Any message received from an active device connected to the local radio network is directly used as a command.

In this way, each interconnected device can directly send commands to execute (for example out1=on to switch on output 1): the expansion of inputs / outputs is obtained without the need to make wire connections even between devices that are distant from each other.

Furthermore, any cellular connectivity could be present on only one of the interconnected devices, saving both on the cost of the device and on the number of SIM cards needed.


DLE MESSAGE FROM LAN DEVICE






$Y09





trigger event is the receipt of a message from an active device belonging to the local radio network.

The first action is the text received in the last LAN message (Y09): if it is a valid command it will be executed.

EXAMPLE 2

Send an alarm when a device connected to the local radio network disconnects.


DLL LAN DEVICE DISCONNECTION






AT#EMAIL=info@email.com,"LAN failure","$Y10"





trigger event is the disconnection of a device from the LAN.

The first action contains the command that sends an EMAIL to the address info@email.com with the subject "LAN failure" and as the body of the message the WebId of the device that has disconnected (Y10).