RS-232 Command Guide | Scribe

    RS-232 Command Guide

    RS-232 commands are a powerful feature of Breeze Players that allow you to control and automate commands from your Breeze player to your monitor. In this guide, we will explore how to create and test RS-232 commands, as well as how to schedule them for execution.

    Creating and testing RS-232 commands is a straightforward process that involves understanding the syntax and structure of the commands. To help you get started, we have a detailed guide on how to create an RS-232 command on your Breeze server.

    How to Create and Test an RS-232 Command

    This guide will walk you through the steps of creating a command, configuring the necessary parameters, and testing it to ensure it functions as intended.

    Once you have created and tested your RS-232 commands, you may want to schedule them for execution at specific times or intervals. This is particularly useful when you have a series of commands that need to be executed in a specific order or at regular intervals. Our guide on How to Schedule RS-232/UDP/TCP Commands on a Breeze Player will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to schedule your RS-232 commands on a Breeze Player.

    How to Schedule RS-232/UDP/TCP Commands on a Breeze Player.

    By following these guides, you will be able to harness the power of RS-232 commands on your Breeze Player, enabling you to automate and control various functions with ease. Whether you need to control audio playback, switch inputs, or perform other tasks, RS-232 commands offer a flexible and efficient solution. So let's get started and unlock the full potential of your Breeze Player!

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