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This is a MQTTnet wrapper. Usage example: Client = new MQTTClient(<settings>); Client.ClientConnected += (t, p) =>{ t.Subscribe<<your object>>(<topic>, (t, p) => { <code> }); }; The method handlig the NewMessage is a parameter of Subscribe.
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  • last updated 3/22/2021
  • Latest version: 1.0.3.12
  • ads twincat NEL
Beckhoff.TwinCAT.Ads Wrapper. Currently it's only possible to Write on primitive symbols outside DUTs. In order to use just var tcClient = new TCClient(new TCClientConfig(<some alias>,<AmsNetId>,<symbol name filter>)); Connet() and it's ready to Read/Write symbols. It's also possible to un/register... More information
A simple way to Publish the values of a TC2/3 PLC variables to a MQTT Broker. To use just var adsMqtt = new Ads2Mqtt() and Start() and to configure it just use the NEL.AppConfig UI that automatically runs at runtime. Other way is to use the package [NEL.AppConfig.Client] to make your own... More information
Easily configure your aplications using this package. Just var webConfig = new WebConfigurationManager(<Title>), Add pages and your configuration UI will be available at runtime accessing http://localhost:<port>/. All the configurations made on the UI are received by event on you application. Nested... More information
Usage: just var config = new AppConfigurator(<Your App Name>) and config.AddConfiguration<<Your Object>>(new Your Object()); Then after using the embedded Client Configurator that runs on AppConfigurator Start(), only need to config.GetConfigurations<Your Object>(mqtt) and your objects will be... More information
This is the client of NEL.AppConfig.Host. This package can subscribe Log Entries and CRUD configurations. Usage: var AppClient = new AppConfiguratorClient(); AppClient.ConnectedToServer += AppClient_ConnectedToServer; AppClient.NewLogEntry += AppClient_NewLogEntry;
Usage: just var config = new AppConfigurator(<Your App Name>) and config.AddConfiguration<<Your Object>>(new Your Object()); Then you can edit the json file with the configurations. To load, one just need to config.GetConfigurations<Your Object>(<id>) and your objects will be filled.
Simple way to capture MQTT payloads and save it on MongoDB organized by timestamp. With MongoDb installed the usage is simple, just var m2m = new Mqtt2Mongo() and Start(), then configure the mqtt2mongo.conf file located on your application BaseDirectory (you need to run it once in order to have the... More information