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Forum: DMX512 Discussion November 8th, 2018
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Posted By zano_villa
BREAK timing at the receiver

Hello,
This is the my question: can a DMX receiver consider a signal low level lower than 88us as a BREAK?
If the answer in NO, this is a framing error (stop bit error): in this case may the...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion May 30th, 2017
Replies: 9
Views: 8,334
Posted By zano_villa
Hello everyone, just a simple question: if I...

Hello everyone,
just a simple question: if I have implemented some Manufacturer Specific PIDs, how can I inform controller about these PIDs? I think with SUPPORTED_PARAMETERS pid.
So why on page 55...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion September 1st, 2016
Replies: 25
Views: 13,141
Posted By zano_villa
Hello, just a question about sensor addressing...

Hello,
just a question about sensor addressing on STATUS MESSAGES.

I have 4 temperature sensors on my driver and they are addressed as 0,1,2,3.

In case of STS_OVERTEMP, are these the numbers...
Forum: RDM Interpretation Questions July 27th, 2016
Replies: 13
Views: 11,210
Posted By zano_villa
Hello, In DEFAULT_SLOT_VALUE response, do I...

Hello,

In DEFAULT_SLOT_VALUE response, do I have to take into account actual personality with its footprint?
In other words, different responses depending on actual personality?

Thank you
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion July 22nd, 2016
Replies: 9
Views: 6,261
Posted By zano_villa
Thank you for quick answer but I suppose I was...

Thank you for quick answer but I suppose I was not clear in my question, so I will report an example:

let's say that I want send the string "QUADRATIC" which has 9 characters.
I can send a...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion July 22nd, 2016
Replies: 9
Views: 6,261
Posted By zano_villa
Hello, just a simple question about Text fields...

Hello, just a simple question about Text fields use.

In CURVE_DESCRIPTION pid and similar ones, can I send a string with always 32 characters and a NULL as a terminator instead of using the actual...
Forum: RDM Interpretation Questions February 9th, 2015
Replies: 14
Views: 11,624
Posted By zano_villa
Thank you, about SOFTWARE_VERSION_LABEL it...

Thank you,

about SOFTWARE_VERSION_LABEL it is mandatory so I have to implement it in any case....about other two PIDs I agree with you.

But what is the meaning of SUPPORTED_PARAMETERS response...
Forum: RDM Interpretation Questions February 5th, 2015
Replies: 14
Views: 11,624
Posted By zano_villa
About SUPPORTED_PARAMETERS pid

Hello!
I have a doubt: if I have only required parameters in my RDM implementation, do I have to respond to a GET_COMMAND SUPPORTED_PARAMETERS request from controller?

And if the answer is YES,...
Forum: RDM Interpretation Questions January 29th, 2014
Replies: 13
Views: 10,712
Posted By zano_villa
Issue resolved

Hello,

Actually the issue is resolved if status messages are asserted ONLY when the condition occurs and then, once the message is collected by the controller, the responder no longer has the...
Forum: RDM Interpretation Questions January 28th, 2014
Replies: 13
Views: 10,712
Posted By zano_villa
About queued messages

The issue is the third line:

- otherwise, if there are status messages at or above the requested level (see table 10-1) that have not been collected, return one or more status messages.

In...
Forum: RDM Interpretation Questions January 24th, 2014
Replies: 13
Views: 10,712
Posted By zano_villa
Queued messages responses with Message Count = 0

Hello,

I need an explanation, please.

Point 10.3.1. of the standard seems to state that a receiver must always respond with a STATUS MESSAGE with PDL = 0 when it receives a GET QUEUED MESSAGE...
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