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ADX Technical Tips: Using the RTI Driver

RTI Driver Version 1.02

ADX Driver Configuration
Download the ADX driver for RTI controllers from the ADX product page. Add the driver to your XP-3, XP-6 or XP-8 controller. Highlight it in the list of drivers and select either Ethernet or serial in the Connection Type box.  If you selected Ethernet, enter the IP address of the ADX in the IP address box.  If you chose Serial, set the Port on your controller that is connected to the ADX and set the baud rate to match the ADX baud rate setting (in ADX firmware versions 2.0 and above, the baud rate is fixed at 9600). 

Sending Commands
To send a command to the ADX from the RTI system, buttons must be programmed with serial or Ethernet commands. 
•    Click on the drivers tab in the library browser. 
•    Find the Driver Command list at the bottom of the window, and click on the desired command. 
•    Enter the parameters such as source or volume level in the fields below the command window. 
•    Drag the command onto the appropriate button in remote window.

Displaying Feedback On the Remote
The status of most settings on the ADX can be provided to the user via Variables.  In the Varialbes window in the library browser, select the variable that you wish to show and then select how it should be displayed from the Assign to: box.  When the status of the ADX changes, the interface reflect the change.  This function can be used to make volume or EQ sliders, or to show the name or number of the currently selected source.  See RTI programming videos to learn more about your options when using variables on an interface.

ADX Commands Included in the v. 1.02 Driver

[POFFO##] turns a zone output off. Once a zone is off, it will not respond to any commands until it is powered back on.
[PONO##] turns a zone output on. The zone output will resume operation at the ZONE TURN ON level by ramping up from -80 dB.
[PTOGO##] toggles the power of a zone output.
[QPO##] queries the power status of a zone.
[VPONO##L##] defines the output level for the zone once it returns from being powered off.
[POFFALL] to turn all zones off.
[PONALL] to turn all zones on.
[POFFG##] to power off all zones in a group.
[PONG##] to power on all zones in a group.

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