The user supported by OneNET upload data through TCP transparent, which provides feasibility for any protocol device to access OneNET. The device accesses OneNET through TCP connection. The data can be interacted with OneNET after authentication. OneNET can parse uploaded data and send data to device through user-uploaded self-defined scripts.
|Restricted Items||Restricted Content||Overrun Description|
|Number of scripts in product||Up to 10|
|Script file size||less than 2M|
|Single script running memory||less than 100kB||discard data when overrun|
|Script single execution time||less than 2ms||discard data when timeout|
|flow limit||device data, uplink/downlink data message length no more than 1k||discarded data when overrun|
High flexibility of TCP transparent determines that it is unconstrained. It is mainly applicable to user-defined protocol. It can interact with any protocol according to scripts defined by itself, and supports scripts to be modified and uploaded at any time. The protocol supports one connection to transmit multiple device data, and can centrally connect multiple devices to upload and download data. It is widely used in intelligent instruments such as intelligent meters and water meters.