Can the magic control codes pass through to the remote device or does the
"black box" have to eat them?
Makes quite a difference...
On Fri, Nov 11, 2022 at 5:14 PM W2HX via cctalk <cctalk(a)classiccmp.org>
Thanks to everyone who responded. And thanks to Wayne
for the black box
suggestion. I have actually been thinking about that very product. What it
does is switch a master port to one of several other ports. Not far from
what I'm seeking. I was thinking of buying one of these and hacking it to
trigger a relay instead of a change of port. But before I went down that
path, I thought I'd ask if anyone knew something more fit for purpose.
Seems not and either this black box unit with a hack or a mcu might be my
73 Eugene W2HX
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Subject: [cctalk] Re: Inline Serial Device?
Something like this…
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On Nov 11, 2022, at 14:00, Fred Cisin via cctalk <cctalk(a)classiccmp.org>
On Fri, 11 Nov 2022, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote:
I keep a big jar around that's full of blue- and black pill MCU boards,
as well as a few of the more capable STM32F4 and F7 boards. Nowadays,
everything seems to look like a job for an MCU.
The MCU has replaced the hammer!
. . . "To a man with a HAMMER|(big jar of blue and black pill MCUs),
everything looks like a NAIL|(job for an MCU)"