mso
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May 28, 2013

Serial Protocol, CC64 - problems.

Hello everyone
I have problems with CC64:
1 Why do you set different values ??in CC64 sound after turning off and on again, they are not saved?
2 Why after setting the display to "0" when turned on and off zasialania CC64 goes out after a few seconds.
3 Is it possible to assign two different groups to the potentiometer.
The problem with ESP88:
1.Is the possible use of both serial and IP protocol.

Regards,
MSO
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RobB-at-Bose
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Re: Serial Protocol, CC64 - problems.

Hi MSO,

Sorry for the delay in responding to you. I can answer a couple of your questions, but for others we might need a little more information.

1) The CC-64 itself does not store any values - it is essentially 'dumb' - as you make changes to the controls, the CC-64 tells the ESP/PM of the changes and then the ESP/PM tell the CC-64 what should be displayed. So the values displayed at system power-up will depend on what settings you have saved to flash memory on the ESP/PM.
2) Might need a little more information on this one. A couple of things to note, if the timeout was set to '0' on the CC-64 hardware and then you uploaded a design - the value in the design file will overwrite the hardware. Also if you are creating dyanamic assignments (storing the CC-64 assignments in param sets) then the backlight timeout is stored too and will overwrite current settings when the param set is recalled.
3) No, you can only assign one volume object to a control, so you can control multiple volumes by grouping them. If you need to have two groups controlled together then there is probably scope for changing the design and controlling the level further upstream - or combine the groups to one.
4) No, its one or the other, you cannot use serial-over-ethernet and RS232 serial at the same time. The default is RS232 and it switches to serial-over-IP when an IP is established. You can of course use CSD over IP and serial communications via RS322 at the same time..

Best regards
Rob