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Hello, I am a Crestron Programmer, and somewhat of a starter. I have the RF232 from Aspire RF and am trying to utilize it with my Crestron Adagio AMS. I have the protocol commands which I have also attached to this post. Here is what I have tried so far:

ZN\\x02\\x0D
ZN020D
"ZN\\x02\\x0D"

None of the above strings work for me and I am trying to find some help. I am stuck on this and I need to get this to work. If anybody is familiar with Crestron and ASCII/Hex please let me know. I would even be willing to Donate )

I have no clue what I am doing wrong because the very first string is supposed to be correct but does not work for me. PLEASE HELP!! Thank you so much in advance and I hope to hear from you soon!!!!!



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Hello, I am a Crestron Programmer, and somewhat of a starter. I have the RF232 from Aspire RF and am trying to utilize it with my Crestron Adagio AMS. I have the protocol commands which I have also attached to this post. Here is what I have tried so far:

ZN\\x02\\x0D
ZN020D
"ZN\\x02\\x0D"

None of the above strings work for me and I am trying to find some help. I am stuck on this and I need to get this to work. If anybody is familiar with Crestron and ASCII/Hex please let me know. I would even be willing to Donate )

I have no clue what I am doing wrong because the very first string is supposed to be correct but does not work for me. PLEASE HELP!! Thank you so much in advance and I hope to hear from you soon!!!!!



Thanks!
Try "ZN02\
" without quotes.
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WOW I cant believe that you hit it on the money I spent so much time on this and I could not for the life of me figure it out. That isn't hex though and thats what confused me. As stated I will def donate if you respond to PM with me. THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH!
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In case anyone else is interested... I have designed a full module (in part thanks to: DBransford) for the Cooper Aspire RF serial interface module (aka ZTroller). I have already gotten requests for it, so I would like to extend out to everyone that I have it and it is 100% tested!! Please shoot me a PM if you would like. Thanks!
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