Sunlite Touch Sensitive Intelligent Control Keypad

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Post by LIGHTfaktor » Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:28 am

Can you please provide an example of an RS-232 trigger command for the STICK controller. I followed the instruction for connecting the RS-232 as shown in the tutorial video. However I don't get a response from the STICK when I send a command. I am not sure what could be wrong. Maybe my string is formatted wrong (ie. maybe I need comas or no spaces between the bytes). So just to be sure that I am not doing something wrong; Can you give me the actual string that I would need to use to trigger preset 1 to play? (note: in my show the trigger on preset 1 to address 1)

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Re: STICK - RS232

Post by simonB » Wed Jan 13, 2010 11:35 am

Make sure you are sending hexadecimal values and not ASCII.

Ox01 Ox01 OxFF

no comers or spaces

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Re: STICK - RS232

Post by tony32 » Sun Aug 29, 2010 1:12 pm

Hi, I have it working with messagetype
01 Play
02 Stop
03 Pause
04 Resume
05 Reset. No effect on reset? What does it do?

I can only start the first 8 Scene's from scripting, I have 40 active Scenes on Stick.

SendToComPort(comport, Chr(&H1) & Chr(&H8) & Chr(&HFF))
Have tried to loop the seond byte from 01 to FF but only the first 8 scenes are responding.

Any suggestions?

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Re: STICK - RS232

Post by ShelbyVis » Tue Jun 07, 2011 9:09 pm

Has anyone tried this with a Crestron control system?

I have the baud set to 9600, 8, None, 2.

I'm sending \x01\x01\xFF out of my com port. I know my pin out is correct. I get no response and the scene does trigger.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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