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Post 75 made on Thursday July 18, 2019 at 13:37
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On July 16, 2019 at 16:04, Duct Tape said...
those are both examples of hex strings. the example codes they show are for video wall displays. the codes in my document are for exlink models.

here are the examples from justaddpower for exlink:
[Link: support.justaddpower.com]

as you can see, the codes are the same

Thanks. I have several ME Series in my house (bought them from a business) and they have RS232C input/output and use different codes. The back of the TV wheer the 3.5 mm jacks are is labeled "RS232C"

[Link: support.justaddpower.com]

I confirmed these RS232C codes work by using the GC-100 plugged in to my TV and then using the iTest utility to send the RS232C codes (e.g.,
AA 11 FE 01 01 11)

This is what was causing my confusion. Now, onward to find a list of all available RS232C codes.

None of the RS232 Ex-Link codes work on my ME Series.

Appreciate the help.


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