The tunnel UDP allows the user to send data from Veronte autopilot to an external program or application. The system uses the User Datagram Protocol.

UDP Tunnel Menu

UDP Tunnel menu allows the user to select the IP and Port number to send the data from Veronte.


UDP Tunnel Config.

UDP Tunnel file

Inside the folder containing Veronte Pipe, the user can find the file sa.tudp by looking for the following path:


In this file, we have several options to configure the data sent and format. Next, each of the parts of the file is explained:

Head User specified the head of UDP packet. &HEAD    0201000000
LVARS User can include JavaScript code to previously manage Veronte data. L0 = false = L0?( u1_1_RVAR_1008 > 60) : ( u1_1_RVAR_1008 < 70)
#OFFSET Position data (in bytes) specified within the UDP package. 1, 2, 3, etc.
 LONGITUD Lengths of the data (in bytes). 1, 2, 3, etc.
 MULT Factor to multiply the input data 0.01, 10, etc.
 OFFSET Factor to add to the input data. -10, 100, etc.
 TVAR Type of the data of the output variable. Float, UInt16, Byte, Int32, Bit
 UAV Address of the autopilot 255, 1, 2, etc
 MCU Microcontroller unit. Normally 0. 0, 1.
 VERVAR Type of the data of the impute variable. RVAR, LVAR, UVAR, BIT, L_EQ, LIMIT, CUSTOM
 ID Number of the variable on Veronte autopilot.
 1, 2, 6, 1000, etc.
 UNIT Convert the unit of the output variable. 17 (rad to ºC).
 DESC Text to describe the data. //Airspeed (Knots)

UDP Configuration


sa.tudp file example