Yes, I'm aware of what the documentation indicates, thanks for the link. I've had it open in a PDF viewer for a quite some time now. I try not to ask questions regarding things that are already clearly documented.
I'm specifically asking is there an output stream that will come from the repeater to indicate there has been a change made by the PC software? If there's not, then please forward a feature request for something that would do it.
While they're at it, how about something that reveals from WHERE the action was initiated. Right now I've got an RS232 window open to the main repeater. I have no Lutron software open. I have no apps running on any clients. But the repeater just sent out:
Um, Ok... why?
I launched the app on an Android device and checked my timeclock events and nothing's set to fire anytime around this.
I'd very much like to create a reliable interface. I'd very much to avoid constantly polling the repeater. I'd hoped to be able to use the monitoring stream to maintain an on-going state for devices. Were I seeing just what's documented in the PDF I wouldn't really be asking these questions. I'm running across data being emitted that's NOT documented and isn't formatted similarly to documented output, or even predictably. So I'm either looking at undocumented output or bugs. I'd gladly file a bug report if there's a way to do so.