|For IT professionals, systems integrators, and anyone looking for customizable control of any software or hardware capable of TCP/IP communications; including hex codes and hex codes mixed with ASCII characters.
Use TCP/IP Remote to control multiple video projectors, lighting and media systems, home automation and much more.
Connect & Send Messages to Multiple Devices
Control one device at a time or several hundred simultaneously. Once you've setup your IP Addresses & Ports, you can easily toggle these devices on/off for each session. TCP/IP Remote will remember these settings and save the last state before you exit the app.
Unlimited Pages of Macros
Send complicated strings of text with one button touch. Each page contains 10 user-definable buttons; including Caption, Command and button color.
Unlimited Pages of Terminals
The terminal buttons send user definable commands to a command line. Then touch "Send Command" to send the entire message to your selected devices. Each terminal view contains 20 user-definable buttons; including Caption, Command, button color and the option to "Send Command On Button Touch"; which acts similar to a macro.
- Enter hex codes mixed with ASCII characters in either a button command or the terminal.
- Auto-connect to selected devices on Start-Up
- Edit each button inside the app
- Access the QWERTY keyboard in the Terminal to type messages into the command line
- Use your devices Settings to toggle on/off CR, Line Feed or CR w/Line Feed
- Connect to any device that can receive TCP/IP commands via an IP Address & Port number
- Clean & intuitive user-interface with large buttons & type
Hex Codes & How to Implement Them:
You can enter hex codes in either a button command or the terminal. Hex codes can be mixed with ASCII characters and letters. Simply prefix each hex code with a "\x". All hex codes are 2 digits comprised of the numbers 0 thorough 9 and the letters A though F. For a list of some valid hex codes please visit this web site. This web site only lists the first 128 hex codes.
If you refer to the chart you will see that the hex code for the ESC key is 1B. To program a command button to send an ESC code, you would enter "\x1B" for the button command. If you would like the button to send the letter A followed by an ESC code, you would enter "A\x1B". The letter A also happens to have a hex code which is 61. So the command "\x61\x1B" would represent the same thing.
Will my device work with TCP/IP Remote?
TCP/IP Remote will work with any device that can receive TCP/IP messages, including hex codes. Hex codes can be mixed with ASCII characters. Devices must have a unique IP Address and Port. Before purchasing this app, please consult with the devices manufacturer on whether or not TCP/IP Remote is compatible with your device.
Below is a list of devices that have been tested with TCP/IP Remote. Please let what devices you're using TCP/IP Remote for.
- ETC Pharos & Mosaic lighting controllers
- Coolux Pandoras Box Media Servers & Media Manager
- Vantage Infusion controllers
- AMX Netlinx controllers
- Crestron controllers
- Interactive Technologies CueServer
- Telldus TellStick
- Dovado Router
- Dovado Automation
- Bill Production Software & BillRedirect
- FreeStyler lighting controller
- National Control Devices RelayPro Ethernet devices
- Luxom Home and Building Automation