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Thread: Homeworks QS to Hai communications

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    Homeworks QS to Hai communications

    Hi there.

    Im trying to get the communications going between a lutron processor(with dmx controller for dimming a led strip set of lights,a dmx decoder)and a HAI board.I have followed the lutron protocol for sending/receiving from 3rd party(#DEVICE,10,1,3) but i get no results.

    I think i have all the details in my lutron programming,but none the less i cant be 100% sure of it.

    Any help will be much appreciated.

    Thank you
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    updated lutron file
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    We see from your third party controller in the software, the command you are expecting to receive from the third party is #DEVICE,8,1,3 or #DEVICE,8,2,3 and not #DEVICE,10,1,3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armando B. View Post
    We see from your third party controller in the software, the command you are expecting to receive from the third party is #DEVICE,8,1,3 or #DEVICE,8,2,3 and not #DEVICE,10,1,3.
    Thank you pro, it seems working for me!

    Cheap dmx512 decoder from VN: http://icontrol.com.vn/dmx512-decoder-3710.html

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