[En-Nut-Discussion] Delphi connection for Nut/OS

Ole Reinhardt ole.reinhardt at embedded-it.de
Thu Dec 20 14:28:13 CET 2012

Hi Bogdan,

> I have a Ethernut 1.3 Hardware which is supposed to read some barcodes and
> transfer to a Delphi application.

You mean the embarcadeo / inprise / borland Delphi right?

> The problem is that I can't connect with Delphi. Is there anywere a
> connection function which works with Delphi?

It's quite some time I developed with Delphi myself, but I still don't
understand your question right, I think.

Delphi supports several methods for communicating with an embedded
device like the Ethernut board. 

For example you can do so using the UART interface (connected to a COM
port or RS232->USB converter) and for sure you can also use a TCP or UDP
socket connection over Ethernet.

A short introduction on how to write a simple TCP client you can find


An example for reading and writing on a COM port you can find here:


For both (COM port communication and network communication) numerous
ready-to-use components are available for Delphi.

Best regards,

Ole Reinhardt


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