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Connection and Wiring

PWR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12 VDC power

GND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

supply

PWR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PWR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AXP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AXP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AXM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AXM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIG. 10 AXlink 12 VDC power supply wiring example

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are using power from AXlink, disconnect the wiring from the Axcess Control System before wiring the AXB-TM5.

Use a 12 VDC power supply when the distance between the control system and AXB-TM5exceeds the limits described in theWiring Guidelines section on page 4. Make sure to connect only the GND wire on the AXlink connector when using a 12 VDC power supply. Do not connect the PWR wire to the AXlink connector's PWR (+) terminal.

IRX-SMconnections

Connect one or more (eight maximum in parallel) optional IRX-SMsensors to theAXB-TM5as shown inFIG. 11. You can also useTX-serieswired control panels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

GND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IRX-SM#2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUX OUT

 

 

 

 

 

 

+12 VDC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GND

 

GND

IN

 

OUT

To IRX-SG

 

IRX-SM#1

AUX

 

AUX OUT

PWR

 

+12 VDC

 

 

 

 

FIG. 11 IRX-SMconnections

 

 

This configuration is for 40 kHz operation only.

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Programming

Programming

You can program the AXB-TM5to perform a wide variety of operations using Axcess Send_Commands. This section describes channel settings, IR functions, and system Send_Commands. Refer to theAXCESS Programming Guide for additional programming information.

Channel Setting Commands

The AXB-TM5use the channel setting commands listed in the following table.

AXB-TM5Channel Settings

Channel

Function

 

 

1

Generates IR/Serial functions 1, else Off

 

 

2 - 127

Channels the generate IR code for the corresponding functions

 

 

128 - 247

Push and release channels for received IR code

 

 

248

A push on this channel indicates a power failure error

 

 

249

Response LED blinks when channels 249 and 250 are On

 

 

250

Response LED lights when channel is On

 

 

251

I/O is On (switch to GND) when channel is On

 

 

252

I/O 2 is On (switch to GND) when channel is On

 

 

253

I/O 3 is On (switch to GND) when channel is On

 

 

254

I/O 4 is On (switch to GND) when channel is On

 

 

255

Channel is On if the TV Power Sensor detects a horizontal scan frequency

 

 

Turning a channel (IR/Serial function) on while another one is currently on will automatically turn the current one off first. Contact closure inputs on I/O 1 through I/O 4 will also generate PUSHes and RELEASEs on channels 251 through 254, respectively.

Device Assignment

The device assignment must be the same as the device number set on the Device DIP switches

(FIG. 2 on page 3).

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Programming

System Send_Commands

System Send_Commands are stored in the Axcess Control System and direct the AXB-TM5to

perform various operations.

System Send_Commands

Command

Description

 

 

'CARON'

Turns the IR carrier On (default).

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'CARON'

 

 

'CAROFF'

Turns the IR carrier Off.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'CAROFF'

 

 

'CH',<TV Channel>

Generates IR digit pulses to select a television channel number.

 

Channels 1-99pulse as two digits.

 

Syntax:

 

"'CH',<TV Channel>"

 

Variables:

 

TV Channel = 0 through 199

 

Channels 100 and greater, the one-hundredthdigit pulses as 127. If

 

IR function 21 (enter) exists, it follows the IR digit pulses. ’CTON’ sets

 

the pulse length for each digit and ’CTOF’ sets the time between each

 

digit or any after-pulse.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'CH',25"

 

Sets the television connected to channel 25 on the AXB-TM5.

 

 

'CTOF',<Time>

Sets the single IR pulses off time between channel digits and IR

 

functions.

 

Syntax:

 

"'CTOF',<Time>"

 

Variables:

 

Time = 0 through 255 in tenths of a second

 

Time is stored in permanent memory. System default is 5 (.5 second).

 

This is the time between digits, or pulses, that are associated with an

 

SP command.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'CTOF',10"

 

Sets the off-timepulse time (delay) to 1 second for theAXB-TM5.

 

 

'?CTOF'

Sends the current off-timepulse string ’CTOF,<Time>’ to the Control

 

system. The <Time> value is returned in .10 second increments.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'?CTOF'

 

Sends the current off-timepulse string from theAXB-TM5to the

 

Control system in the ’CTOF <Time>’ format.

 

 

 

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System Send_Commands (Cont.)

 

 

Command

Description

 

 

'CTON',<Time>

Sends the current on-timepulse string CTON,<Time> to the control

 

system.

 

Syntax:

 

"'CTON',<Time>"

 

Variables:

 

Time = 0 through 255 in tenths of a second

 

Time is stored in permanent memory. System default is 5 (.5 second).

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'CTON',20"

 

Sets the pulse length to 2 seconds on the AXB-TM5.

 

 

'?CTON'

Sends the current off-timepulse string ’CTOF,<Time>’ to the Control

 

system. The <Time> value is returned in .10 second increments.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'?CTON'

 

Sends the current on-timepulse string from theAXB-TM5to the

 

control system in the ’CTON <Time>’ format.

 

 

'DC',<IR in>,<IR out>

Sets a direct connection so the ’IR out’ (IR function) data transmits

 

while the ’IR in’ code is received.

 

Syntax:

 

"'DC',<IR in>,<IR out>"

 

Variables:

 

IR in = custom IR functions assigned to hand-heldIR transmitting

 

device

 

IR out = IR functions

 

The PUSH and RELEASE for the ’IR in’ code is not sent to the

 

AXC-EM.The maximum number of direct connections is 16.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'DC',145,24"

 

Connects IR-in145 toIR-out24 and increases the volume level on the

 

equipment connected to the AXB-TM5.

 

 

'DE',<Time>

Set the delay time in .10 second increments for the television power

 

sensor (CC-XPSor PCS) to stabilize before sensing for a status

 

change.

 

Syntax:

 

"'DE',<Time>"

 

Variables:

 

Time = 0 through 255

 

System default time is 10 (1 second).

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'DE',10"

 

Sets the delay time to 1 second for the CC-XPSor PCS connected to

 

the AXB-TM5.

 

 

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System Send_Commands (Cont.)

Command

Description

 

 

'?DE'

Sends the current television power sensor (CC-XPS)delay time string

 

’DE,<Time>’ to the AXC-EM.Set the <Time> value in .10 second

 

increments.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'?DE'

 

The AXB-TM5sends the current television power sensor delay time to

 

the control system in the ’DE <Time>’ format.

 

 

'DK'

Deletes all direct connections set with the ’DC’ command.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'DK'

 

 

'PIF'

Disables the ’PIN’ command.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'PIF'

 

 

'PIN'

Turns on function that will OR together I/O 1 and frequency sensor to

 

determine actual TV status. I/O 2 will follow ’PON’ and ’POF’

 

commands. The status of this function is stored in permanent memory

 

until changed.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'PIN'

 

 

'POD'

Disables the current ’PON’ (power On) or ’POF’ (power Off) command

 

settings. Channel 255 changes are enabled.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'POD'

 

 

'POF'

Sends IR function 28 (if available) to turn device power off. After three

 

attempts, if the CC-XPS(power sensor) still detects apower-onsta-

 

tus, the television controller starts processing stored buffer com-

 

mands. Then, if another IR function 28 fails to turn the television's

 

power off, the television controller sends a ’PUSH’ and ’RELEASE’ to

 

channel 248 and generates a power failure error. If the device is

 

turned on manually, this command turns television power off unless

 

the television controller receives a ’PON’ (power On) or ’POD’ (disable

 

’POF’) command.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'POF'

 

 

'PON'

Sends IR function 27 (if available) to turn device power on. After three

 

attempts, if the power sensor (CC-XPS)still detects apower-offsta-

 

tus, the television controller starts processing stored buffer com-

 

mands. Then, if another IR function 27 fails to turn the television's

 

power on, the television controller sends a ’PUSH’ and ’RELEASE’ to

 

channel 248 and generates a power failure error. If the device is

 

turned off manually, this command turns television power on unless

 

the television controller receives a 'POF' (power Off) or 'POD' (disable

 

'PON' command) command.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'PON'

 

 

 

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System Send_Commands (Cont.)

 

 

Command

Description

 

 

'PTOF',<Time>

Sets the IR power-offpulse time after apower-onpulse in increments

 

of .10 seconds.

 

Syntax:

 

"'PTOF',<Time>"

 

Variables:

 

Time = 0 through 255

 

Time is stored in permanent memory. System default is 15 (1.5

 

seconds).

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'PTOF',15"

 

Sets the power-offpulse time after apower-onpulse to 1.5 seconds

 

for the AXB-TM5.

 

 

'?PTOF'

Sends the current IR power pulse off time string ’PTOF, <Time>’ to the

 

control system. Set the <Time> value in .10 second increments.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'?PTOF'

 

Sends the current IR power pulse off time from the AXB-TM5to the

 

control system in the ’PTOF <Time>’ format.

 

 

'PTON',<Time>

Sets the IR power pulse on time in increments of .10 seconds. Time is

 

stored in permanent memory.

 

Syntax:

 

"'PTON',<Time>"

 

Variables:

 

Time = 0 through 255

 

System default is 5 (.5 second). ’PTON’ sets the pulse length for all

 

power pulses, regardless if the pulse is due to a ’PON’ or ’POF’

 

command.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'PTON',20"

 

Sets the IR power pulse on time (delay) to 2 seconds for the

 

AXB-TM5.

 

 

'?PTON'

Sends the current IR power pulse on time string ’PTON, <Time>’ to

 

the control system. Set the <Time> value in .10 second increments.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'?PTON'

 

Sends the current IR power pulse on time from the AXB-TM5to the

 

control system in the ’PTON <Time>’ format.

 

 

The PTOF time affects how quickly the AXB-TM5evaluates the power state of a TV. If a TV toggles between on and off when changing the power state, then the ’PTOF’ time should be extended. ’PTOF’ sets the timein-betweeneach power pulse when theAXB-TM5is attempting to change the TV's power state (regardless if pulse if On or Off).

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System Send_Commands (Cont.)

Command

Description

 

 

'RO',<offset>

Sets the offset value subtracted from the IR function before sending

 

the code to the AXC-EM.

 

Syntax:

 

"'RO',<offset>"

 

Variables:

 

Offset = 0 through 255

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'RO',5"

 

Subtracts 5 from the incoming IR code number and sends the

 

appropriate IR function from the AXB-TM5to the control system.

 

 

'SP',<IR out>'

Generates a single <IR out> function pulse.

 

Syntax:

 

"'SP',<IR out>'"

 

Variables:

 

IR out = 1 through 127.

 

The ’CTON’ sets pulse length and ’CTOF’ sets time between pulses.

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,"'SP',25"

 

Pulses IR code 25 which decreases the volume level on the

 

equipment connected to the AXB-TM5.

 

 

XCH <Channel>

Transmit the IR code in the format set with the XCHM mode

 

command.

 

Syntax:

 

SEND_COMMAND <DEV>,'XCH <Channel>'

 

Variable:

 

<Channel> = 0 through 999

 

 

 

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System Send_Commands (Cont.)

Command

Description

 

 

XCHM

Syntax:

Changes the IR output pattern for the

SEND_COMMAND <DEV>,'XCH-<Mode>'

XCH command.

Variable:

 

 

Mode = 0-3

 

Example:

 

SEND_COMMAND AXBTMX,'XCH 3'

 

Sets the device's extended channel command to mode 3.

 

Mode 0 Example (default): [x] [x] <x> <enter>

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 3'

 

Transmits the IR code as 3-enter.

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 34'

 

Transmits the IR code as 3-4-enter.

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 343'

 

Transmits the IR code as 3-4-3-enter.

 

Mode 1 Example: <x> <x> <x> <enter>

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 3'

 

Transmits the IR code as 0-0-3-enter.

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 34'

 

Transmits the IR code as 0-3-4-enter.

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 343'

 

Transmits the IR code as 3-4-3-enter.

 

Mode 2 Example: <x> <x> <x>

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 3'

 

Transmits the IR code as 0-0-3.

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 34'

 

Transmits the IR code as 0-3-4.

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 343'

 

Transmits the IR code as 3-4-3.

 

Mode 3 Example: [[100][100]…] <x> <x>

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 3'

 

Transmits the IR code as 0-3.

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 34'

 

Transmits the IR code as 3-4.

 

SEND_COMMAND IR_1, 'XCH 343'

 

Transmits the IR code as 100-100-100-4-3.

 

 

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