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{{#ifeq:{{{name}}}|RUT955|
ioman.gpio.din1    - 4PIN input
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ioman.gpio.dout1  - 4PIN output
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ioman.gpio.din1    - 4PIN input
ioman.gpio.din2    - Digital input (only for passive sensors)
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ioman.gpio.dout1  - 4PIN output
ioman.gpio.dout2  - Galvanically isolated open collector output
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ioman.gpio.din2    - Digital input (only for passive sensors)
ioman.relay.relay0 - Digital relay output
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ioman.gpio.dout2  - Galvanically isolated open collector output
ioman.gpio.iio    - Digital galvanically isolated input  
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ioman.relay.relay0 - Digital relay output
ioman.adc.adc0    - Analog input
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ioman.gpio.iio    - Digital galvanically isolated input  
ioman.acl.acl0    - Analog Current loop
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ioman.adc.adc0    - Analog input
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ioman.acl.acl0    - Analog Current loop
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ioman.gpio.din1    - 4PIN input
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ioman.gpio.dout1  - 4PIN output
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Call command <b>ubus call <u>value</u> status </b>:
 
Call command <b>ubus call <u>value</u> status </b>:
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             <li>"value": "<b>1</b>" means high level state.</li>
 
             <li>"value": "<b>1</b>" means high level state.</li>
 
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     </li>{{#ifeq:{{{name}}}|RUT955|
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    <li><b>relay0</b> is the relay:
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        <ul>
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            <li>"state": "<b>open</b>" means open relay state.</li>
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            <li>"state": "<b>closed</b>" means closed relay state.</li>
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        </ul>
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{{#ifeq:{{{name}}}|RUT955|
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To change relay settings, use the <i><b>update</i></b> command and specify a state:
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ubus call ioman.relay.relay0 update '{"state":"open"}'
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ubus call ioman.relay.relay0 update '{"state":"closed"}'
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Latest revision as of 07:22, 19 August 2021

ioman.gpio.din1    - 4PIN input
ioman.gpio.dout1   - 4PIN output

Call command ubus call value status :

root@Teltonika-{{{name}}}:~# ubus call ioman.gpio.din1 status
{
        "value": "0",
        "direction": "in",
        "bi_dir": false,
        "invert_input": false
}
  • din1 is the input:
    • "value": "0" means low level state.
    • "value": "1" means high level state.
  • dout1 is the output:
    • "value": "0" means low level state.
    • "value": "1" means high level state.