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Sony UBP X1000es RS232 Commands
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Post 1 made on Wednesday April 11, 2018 at 03:13
vanh
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Hello Guys,

I hope you can help. I recently bought the UHD Player Sony UBP-X1000.
I control the device by RS232. The cable is a null modem cable, baud rate 57600, 8 bits, no parity and 1 stop bit. The player settings are set to accept External Control commands.

All my RS232 commands work, except the Power On Command, which is

\x02\x03\x80\x60\x01\x00

This command does NOT WORK.

The Power Off Command, which is \x02\x03\x80\x60\x00\x00 works like a charm.

All the other commands do work as well.

The manual says for RS232 Connection:

Operation in POWER-OFF state

Only "POWER_SET(ON)" can be accepted. Other commands end up no response. Please note that the transition from POWER-OFF state to POWER-ON state takes several minutes. Check the status repeatedly (see "Getting to know POWER-ON/OFF state") until the unit changes to POWER-ON state.



I hope you can help.

Cheers

Last edited by vanh on April 11, 2018 03:24.
OP | Post 2 made on Tuesday April 17, 2018 at 15:12
vanh
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Quick update after fiddling around. I disconnected the Sony Blurry UHD Player from the power socket. After connecting it again after 20 seconds I tried to send the Power On Command \x02\x03\x80\x60\x01\x00 through RS232.

The command now works. But only one time. After turning the device off, and trying to fire it on with the same command the Player won't turn on???

Strange isn't it???
OP | Post 3 made on Monday April 23, 2018 at 08:28
vanh
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No one any idea???
Post 4 made on Tuesday May 15, 2018 at 06:10
phildw
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It seems to me that your problem comes from the ECO mode of the device.
I am currently looking for RS232 codes for this device. Is it possible to provide them?
To put in ECO mode, it seems to me that I read something of the style in the doc. It's often the same problem, once you're OFF, he listens to nothing. A unplug / replug make a reset and again (for only once) the device listens.
On Samsung, I found a +/- functional solution that consisted of hibernating.

Thank you for the documentation if you can share it.
Post 5 made on Wednesday June 13, 2018 at 09:40
thefunkystink
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I was able to send power on, off, toggle as well as eject, open and close commands over and over again. I had read there was a firmware that may have taken care of the issue of it not turning back on again.

How are you parsing the responses back for feedback from the player? I'm using a crestron processor and am kinda of lost on the response side


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