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Old November 26th, 2021   #1
K-Fee
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Hello everybody,


I have wondered if the sub-device count as reported in a DEVICE_INFO response can change depending on other (RDM-configurable) device settings?


In particular, could SET:DMX_PERSONALITY also change the sub-device count? Chapter [E1.20 : 10.6.1] states that "many RDM parameters may be affected by changing personality", but maybe I miss a closer definition of which parameters could indeed be affected (e.g. DMX-related parameters only).


Any thoughts would be highly appreciated. Thank you!

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Matthias
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Old November 28th, 2021   #2
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Hi,
Yes the sub device count can change with personality. In fact, that is probably the biggest use of personality.
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