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Old November 20th, 2020   #1
Thierry Dupont
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Default Addressing Universes on RDM: Manufacturer PID V ENDPOINT_TO_UNIVERSE

Hello Everyone,

This is my first message, surely not the last one.
At Robert Juliat we are working on a new platform and we have an embedded node that can receive Art-Net and Sacn. Also we have one a classic DMX/RDM port.
We implemented RDM E1.20 + parts of E1.37-1/-2.

We have to address Universes by RDM for Sacn and Art-Net:
- Should we use a MANUFACTURER_PID or ENDPOINT_TO_UNIVERSE 0x0903 from E1.37-?
- For Art-Net could we use 0 to 32767 to address the universe?

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