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RS-232 protocal for Just Add Power
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Post 1 made on Friday May 25, 2012 at 02:52
Total Control Remotes
Super Member
July 2006
Anybody have the RS-232 protocol for just Add Power rack-mounted receivers?
Post 2 made on Saturday May 26, 2012 at 00:28
Tom Luczywo
Founding Member
November 2001
You mean the transmitters......what are you trying to do with them??
Post 3 made on Monday May 28, 2012 at 12:41
Just Add Power
September 2009
On May 25, 2012 at 02:52, Total Control Remotes said...
Anybody have the RS-232 protocol for just Add Power rack-mounted receivers?

The Just Add Power office is closed for Memorial Day today, but I'll subscribe to this thread if you need to get something done before we're back in the office tomorrow.

The 2G RS232 ports can be configured many different ways, to do different control functions. For starters, you can pair a Transmitter/Receiver to create a virtual RS232 over IP cable, where your control system is connected to the Transmitter RS232 port, and then the device attached to the Receiver RS232 port can be controlled from the rack. This is done by configuring your 2G's for either Type-1 or Type-2 RS232 over IP (documented in the Dealer 2G Reference Manual PDF available on our website in Support/Downloads/Manuals).

Beyond that, it is possible to configure all of the 2G RS232 ports (Transmitters and Receivers) to be linked to the control system over a single IP connection. This allows you to have simultaneous 2-way RS232 communications with every 2G device, independent of the HDMI over IP matrix. This requires more advanced switch configuration, which we can teach you how to do.

Just tell us what you want to accomplish with the RS232 ports, and we'll teach you how to do it.
Ed Qualls - Just Add Power - Proud to advertise on and support Remote Central

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