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RS-232 Request sequences (Feedback)

RS232/RS485 byte delay: If you need a delay between each byte sent on the RS232/RS485 port you can specify that here. This setting will take effect for only this sequence.
If you need the delay for all the sequences  you can specify it in the settings for RS232/RS485. This is only an option for devices from version 2.00.

Mute status

If you enter an "ask command" in mute status, and an "ask interval" in milliseconds, the panel will ask the device for mute status with the entered interval, except when the panel keyboard is locked.

If the reply from the device is equal to the command entered in "Reply, Mute on", the panel will indicate that the device is muted, and therefore turn on the Mute LED and vice versa.

Tip!
If RS232/RS485 command:

If you connect the device to the COM-port and click the Test-button

you should get the reply from the device and can easily copy/paste it to the reply sequence for mute.

Power status

If you enter an "ask command" in power status, and an "ask interval" in milliseconds, the panel will ask the device for power status with the entered interval, except when the panel keyboard is locked.

If the reply from the device is equal to the command entered in "Reply", the panel will indicate that the device is off, and therefore turn on the Power Off LED.

Tip!
If RS232/RS485 command:

If you connect the device to the COM-port and click the Test-button

you should get the reply from the device and can easily copy/paste it to the reply sequence for power.

Source status

If you enter an "ask command" in source status, and an "ask interval" in milliseconds, the panel will ask the device for source status with the entered interval, except when the panel keyboard is locked.

If the reply from the device is equal to the command entered in "Reply", the panel will indicate the selected source on the device by turning on the LED corresponding to the selected source.

Tip!
If RS232/RS485 command:

If you connect the device to the COM-port and click the Test-button

you should get the reply from the device and can easily copy/paste it to the reply sequence for source.

Filter/Lamp status

Available from device version 2.10.

If you enter an "ask command" in filter/lamp status, and an "ask interval" in milliseconds, the panel will ask the device for filter/lamp status with the entered interval.

If the reply from the device is equal to the command entered in "Reply", the panel will update its internal filter/lamp counter. The filter/lamp counter is e.g. used in Central Control.

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