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Does anyone have any contact information on Mark Rehorn(?) (I may have misspelled his name)


I would like to get in touch with him about my Digital Leeza to ask him some programming questions with integrating it to an AMX system.


Thanks!


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He is still around.


I think he's doing some projects for Immersive now.


The documentation for the Digital LEEZA should be the same as the original Rock.


This is the documentation from T A W regarding the rock and it should work for AMX & LEEZA too:


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CRESTRON is supported in Firmware Version 2.5.8 and later.


RS232 COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS:


code:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Baudrate = 38400 (Configurable via Service Menu -> Other in 2.7.1 or later)

Parity = N

DataBits = 8

StopBits = 1

RTS/CTS = ON

XON/XOFF = OFF

XMODEM = OFF[/size]--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Each command should be delimited by a standard carriage return, which is normally done automatically by your control system for ASCII Crestron Commands. No other delimiters are needed.


NULL MODEM CABLE REQUIRED:

code:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------


A null modem cable pin out is as follows:


FG (Frame Ground) 1 1 FG

TD (Transmit Data) 3 2 RD

RD (Receive Data) 2 3 TD

RTS (Request To Send) 7 8 CTS

CTS (Clear To Send) 8 7 RTS

SG (Signal Ground) 5 5 SG

DSR (Data Set Ready) 6 4 DTR

DTR (Data Term Ready) 4 6 DSR


Pin 9 is not connected but ALL others are.


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EASY TEST USING PC:


In windows Hyper terminal after com line is confirmed operational:


type


"NOP" (without quotes)


The ROCK will return a "1" on the screen.

If a "1" returns on the screen the ROCK is communicating.




COMMANDS:


code:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------FULL COMMAND ABBREVATION

_____________________ ___________


INPUT INP

FORMAT FMT


BRIGHTNESS BRI

CONTRAST CON

SATURATION SAT

BLUESATURATION BSA

REDSATURATION RSA

OVERSCAN OVR

TEMPORALNOISEFILTER TNF

EDGEENHANCE EEN

FULLLUMA FLL

HORIZALIGN HAL

VERTALIGN VAL

HORIZFILTER HFL

VERTFILTER VFL


ANAMORPHIC ANA

INPUTASPECT INA

CUSTOMINPUTASPECT CIA

AUTODETECTASPECT ADA

FULLSCREENZOOM FSZ

OUTPUTASPECT OUA

CUSTOMOUTPUTASPECT COA


RESOLUTION REZ

REFRESH REF

CUSTOMREFRESH CRR

LOCKREFRESH LRR

POLARITY POL

VERTPOS VPO

VERTSIZE VSZ

HORIZPOS HPO

HORIZSIZE HSZ


ZOOMFACTOR ZFA

ZOOMXFACTOR ZXF

ZOOMXPOS ZXP

ZOOMYFACTOR ZYF

ZOOMYPOS ZYP


PROCESSINGMODE PRM

BADCADENCEFILTER BCF

PULLDOWNDETECTBIAS PDB

JUDDERTERMINATOR JDT

FILMMODECHROMA FMC

FILMMODEDETECT FMD


ASPECTCLIPPING ACL

AUTODETECTSENS ADS


CHROMADELAYBLUE CDB

CHROMADELAYRED CDR

CHROMAVERTSHIFT CVS

VSYNCDELAY VSD

HSYNCDELAY HSD


NOISEFILTERCHROMA NSC

NOISEFILTERLUMA NSL


MENULOCK MLK

INFRARED INF




SPECIAL COMMANDS

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NOP

BAUD

SYSTEM

VERSION

VENDOR

ROMDATE

SYS_STOP Turns OFF RS232 communication, NOT the ROCK

SYS_START Turns ON RS232 communication, NOT the ROCK

SHUTDOWN--------------------------------------------------------------------------------




COMMAND FORMATS:


Absolute-set command.

Change setting to an exact value.



+

Increment command.

Increments a setting by 1.



-

Decrement command.

Decrements a setting by 1.



+

Increments a setting by specified count.



-

Decrements a setting by specified count.



ON

Turns on a setting. For example, for ANAMORPHIC command.

Same as doing a 1



OFF

Turns off a setting.

Same as doing a 0



?

Query command.

Queries for and displays current setting.

May be a string value for certain parametres.




This works only with some commands. For example the INPUT command recognizes "COMPOSITE", "S-VIDEO", "COMPONENT".




EXAMPLES:

INPUT 0 ............... Switch to Composite Input


INPUT 1 ............... Switch to S-Video Input


INPUT 2 ............... Switch to Component Input


INPUT 3 ............... Switch to HDTV Passthrough


INPUT COMPOSITE ....... Switch to Composite Input


INPUT S-VIDEO ......... Switch to S-Video Input


INPUT COMPONENT ....... Switch to Component Input


INPUT + ............... Switch to next input


INPUT - ............... Switch to previous input


INPUT ? ............... Displays current input setting


ANAMORPHIC 0 .......... Enables anamorphic mode


ANAMORPHIC 1 .......... Disables anamorphic mode


ANAMORPHIC 2 .......... Displays 4:3 in midle of 16:9


CONTRAST 240 .......... Set contrast to 240


INPUTASPECT 2.35 ...... Set input aspect ratio to 2.35:1


RESOLUTION 0 .......... Set resolution to 640x480


RESOLUTION 1 .......... Set resolution to 720x480


RESOLUTION 2 .......... Set resolution to 800x600


etc.



RESULT CODES:



1

This 1 result code means that the command was executed successfully.

(Does not apply to query operations)



0

This 0 result code means that the command was unsuccessful.

(Does not apply to query operations)



ERROR

There was an error in the parameter supplied to the command.



NOTIMPL

The command was unrecognized.





A number or a string will be displayed in response to a query command (A command followed by a "?" mark).


If you want to play with these commands for fun, you can test these CRESTRON Commands from a desktop PC. You will need to use a null modem cable connected between your PC and the ROCK+ (the same cable you use for firmware upgrades). Run Windows HyperTerminal and set the COM port to 38400bps and you may begin manually typing the commands. Hit Enter at the end of a command. You can send either a carriage return or linefeed at the end of a command. You will have to blindly type the commands, although you could turn on local echo (Half Duplex) in Windows HyperTerminal so that you can see your typing. Make sure you make no typos, CRESTRON does not recognize backspaces. On typo errors, you will simply get a NOTIMPL error code.


Use the BAUD command to change baudrate. BAUD will be reset to 38400 if you reboot the ROCK+. Upon bootup, *** ROCK+ sends a system banner (same as SYSTEM command) including model, firmware version, and date, right at the instant that the ROCK+ is fully booted.


These instructions should make it possible to incorporate ROCK control using CRESTRON.
 
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