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Old August 18th, 2011   #1
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Post Required handling of sequences of RDM broadcast cmds


When looking at table 3-2 line 6 a controller may continuously send a sequence of broadcast RDM SET commands with minimum spacing of 176 us.

In the broadcast situation the ACK_TIMER mechanism is not available to a responder to prevent any potential overrun situations since an answer is not part of the broadcast mechanism.

What would you suggest a responder to do when an overrun to a responder actually happens? Could a controller be made aware of this situation such that different handling is possible?


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