In this tutorial, we try to explain every functional aspect, from starting with a simple program until the more complex features.
Although the »RealTime Suite« comes in form of a custom driver with a user-defined name in most cases, we call it in this tutorial KrtsDemo like the test version you can request on our download page (we will contact you before sending the software).
The following tutorial pages show special aspects of the »RealTime Suite«:
- Circumstances and special requirements for C#.NET in the »RealTime Suite«
- Accessing digital and analog I/O boards with the MultiFunction module
- Programming with multiple tasks (priorities, semaphores, multiple CPU cores)
- Real-time automation with the EtherCAT Master
- Using the Profibus automation module
- Immediate reaction on CAN messages with real-time drivers
- A CANopen Master for control applications
- Scanning for PCI devices (what address/IRQ has my PCI hardware?)
- Access to I/O ports
- Using internal or external physical memory
- Interrupt handling on PCI/PCIe cards
- How to write your own multifunction driver dll
- How to write your own hardware driver for the »RealTime Suite«
- Accessing USB devices
- Serial communication on RS232/RS485
- Creating "virtual COM ports"
- Different ways of external events into your code
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