URC Toolkit Module
The URC Toolkit consists of 4 modules. The included modules are Custom Events,
Retriggerable One Shot, Repeat Timer and Wake On Lan. All of the modules work with a
single licence code.
The Custom Event module allows you to turn any RS-232 or IP One Way driver in to a Two
Way driver. You can simply take this module, modify any of your one way drivers to add the
CustomEvent.vfd and when you add your driver to a project it will now have an Automation
The module will pass through any of your one way commands so you don’t need to modify
anything to get this working. The Automation Event has a match field that you enter the
expect result and when that result appears it will trigger an event allowing you to create
any macro you like based on feedback from that device.
There is an example section below that describes some of the uses of this module
Retriggerable One Shot
The Retriggerable One Shot module allows for PIR like control over any external trigger.
The module is setup with a timer and uses a Two Way command as a trigger. Each time
the trigger is hit the timer restarts and only when the timer has expired without the trigger
being hit again will the timer event fire. Examples of its use are detailed in the sections
The Repeat timer can be used to set up to trigger a basic repeating event. Simply set up a
time for the event in seconds, minutes, hours or days, giving it an ID in the setup and when
the interval is reached the timer will fire. At this point it will start its timing again. It is also
possible to stop an existing timer that is running.
Wake On Lan
The Wake On Lan module allows you to send a magic packet to the device you specify. All
you need to do is add the MAC address to the Two Way command and your good to go.
- Trigger a macro from an incoming HTTP connection. Simply send the web request to the processor.
- Trigger a macro from an incoming TCP connection.
- Custom ports can be set for both the HTTP server and the TCP server.
- Trigger a room power on macro when an HDMI source is routed to a local TV.
- Create a macro to trigger when the button on a LaMetric Time is pressed.
- Integrate a 3rd party touchscreen like Command Fusion
- Integrate triggers from a variety of IoT devices.