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RDM General Implementation Discussion General Discussion and questions relating to implementing RDM in a product.

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Old December 21st, 2015   #1
dj41354
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Default Responder is fully operational!

I can't express enough how helpful it is to have a place to go for help when things aren't working. It would have been very difficult for a non-RDM guy like me to get the nuances of some of this without the help I got here.
Thanks again to Eric for his patient responses. Here's my final list of PIDs:

DISC_UNIQUE_BRANCH DISC_MUTE
DISC_UN_MUTE
STATUS_MESSAGES
STATUS_ID_DESCRIPTION
SUPPORTED_PARAMETERS
PARAMETER_DESCRIPTION
DEVICE_INFO
DEVICE_MODEL_DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTURER_LABEL
SOFTWARE_VERSION_LABEL
DMX_START_ADDRESS
SENSOR_DEFINITION
SENSOR_VALUE
IDENTIFY_DEVICE
RESET_DEVICE
TUNGSTEN_FADE_SETTING (mfgr custom)
8_16_BIT_DMX_SETTING (mfgr custom)

The Goddard DMXter4A plus the Benjamin Electrics Integrity software ran a total of 3198 tests on my Responder that all passed, no failures, warnings, advisories, or timing errors! I'm planing on going to a Plugfest the next time there's one in North America. I suspect there's still some issues in this implementation that I''l bet the guys in the trenches can find.

Thank you rdmprotocol.org!
DougJ / BlackTank

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Old December 22nd, 2015   #2
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Thanks for the followup post. It's always nice to hear how things turned out.

I want to make sure you're aware of the E1.37-x documents as well. Each E1.37 document defines additional PIDs that can be used with RDM. I'm not sure what "TUNGSTEN_FADE_SETTING" does, but you might find that the dimmer-curve setup PIDs in E1.37-1 will accomplish something similar without having to use a manufacturer-specific PID.
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