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Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion January 13th, 2013
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For a well implemented controller, yes. But...

For a well implemented controller, yes. But there are many controllers that allow any PID to be sent. So a user not knowing could easily send that PID without having a way to recover the device. ...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion January 13th, 2013
Replies: 12
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Posted By sblair
When it comes to erasing the flash, you would...

When it comes to erasing the flash, you would have the same concerns even in the 0-7FFF range as it would be easy for any device to send a command that could erase your flash.
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion January 13th, 2013
Replies: 12
Views: 14,806
Posted By sblair
PID's in the 0-0x7FFF range are reserved for...

PID's in the 0-0x7FFF range are reserved for PID's that are publicly defined in one of the standards which is a very long process. The range from 0x8000 up as you correctly identified is for...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion January 12th, 2013
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Posted By sblair
There is not a standard method for doing this as...

There is not a standard method for doing this as there are a lot of factors that vary from one architecture to another that have made creating a standardized method difficult.

There are many...
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