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Serial control of Profile monitors

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Aug 14th, 2013
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Hello!


I've had this question asked of me a few times in the last month.  Integrators are asking for the API commands for the monitors that come with Profile systems, primarily for on/off.  I have been told in the past that the monitors that come with the Profile systems are special for Cisco and are not controllable serially.  I just want to make sure I'm telling people the right thing.


Also, they ask me who is the monitor manufacturer?


Thanks!

Correct Answer by Dharmesh Nandoria about 4 years 6 days ago

Hi Bob,


Yes, You are right these are specially designed monitors for profile system .


You can use following commnad from codec to switch off / on ( standby mode).


xcommand Standby Activate


OK

*r ActivateResult (status=OK):

** end

xcommand Standby deActivate


OK

*r DeactivateResult (status=OK):

** end


There is a serial port on the display which is used for diagnostic purpose, There is a tool call TM control used for it .


If you need this toll let me know I can send you .


hth


Kind regards,

Dharmmesh

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Dharmesh Nandoria Wed, 08/14/2013 - 21:05
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Hi Bob,


Yes, You are right these are specially designed monitors for profile system .


You can use following commnad from codec to switch off / on ( standby mode).


xcommand Standby Activate


OK

*r ActivateResult (status=OK):

** end

xcommand Standby deActivate


OK

*r DeactivateResult (status=OK):

** end


There is a serial port on the display which is used for diagnostic purpose, There is a tool call TM control used for it .


If you need this toll let me know I can send you .


hth


Kind regards,

Dharmmesh

Bob Fitzgerald Thu, 08/15/2013 - 08:56
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Hi Dharmesh,


Thank you for the confirmation.  And yes please, that tool may come in handy at some point.  If there are any instructions for the tool, please send those as well.


Thanks!

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