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Dynalite Dynet Opcodes(RS485公开协议)

2011/09/17 at 19:08分类:控制协议

Below is a listing of some common DyNet
Opcodes, for use by integration programmers wanting to connect to a Dynalite
system:

Interface

Use RS485, 9600,
8 bit data, 1 start bit, 1 stop bit, no parity. Idle between Bytes to be <
1ms. Delay between Packets to be > 10ms.

Logical Message Protocol

8Byte packet,
Checksum = Negative 8 bit 2’s complement sum of Bytes 1-7. All numbers in
hexadecimal:

Select Current Preset

Byte 0: 1C
hex

Byte 1: Area

Byte 2: Fade Rate low Byte (usually 100)

Byte 3: Preset: 0 = P1, 1 = P2, 2 = P3, 3 = P4, A = P5, B = P6, C = P7, D =
P8

Byte 4: Fade Rate high Byte (usually 0)

Byte 5: Preset Bank: 0 = P1 – P8, 1 = P9 – P16, 2 = P17 – P24 etc.

Byte 6: Join

Byte 7: Checksum

Example: Select Preset 4 in Area 1:

[1C] [01] [20] [03] [00] [00] [FF] [C1]

Set to Off

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 Area

Byte 2 Fade Rate low Byte (usually 100)

Byte 3 4

Byte 4 Fade Rate high Byte (usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Turn Area 1 Off:

[1C] [03] [0A] [04] [00] [00] [FF] [D4]

Decrement Level (sent to dimmers)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Fade Rate low Byte (usually 100)

Byte 3 5

Byte 4 Fade Rate high Byte (usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Decrease the level of Area 3:

[1C] [03] [1F] [05] [00] [00] [FF] [BE]

Increment Level (sent to dimmers)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Fade Rate low Byte (usually 100)

Byte 3 6

Byte 4 Fade Rate high Byte (usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Decrease the level of Area 3:

[1C] [03] [1F] [06] [00] [00] [FF] [BD]

Save Current Preset

Byte 0 –
1C

Byte 1 – Area

Byte 2 – Not used

Byte 3 – Opcode $66

Byte 4 – Not used

Byte 5 – Not used

Byte 6 – Join or Domain

Byte 7 – Checksum

Example: Save Current Preset in Area 1:

[1C] [01] [00] [66] [00] [00] [FF] [7E]

Restore Saved
Preset

Byte 0 –
1C

Byte 1 – Area

Byte 2 – Fade – low Byte

Byte 3 – Opcode 67

Byte 4 – Fade – high Byte

Byte 5 – Not used

Byte 6 – Join or Domain

Byte 7 – Checksum

Example: Restore Saved Preset in Area 1:

[1C] [01] [FA] [67] [00] [00] [FF] [83]

Preset Offset

Byte 0 –
1C

Byte 1 – Area

Byte 2 – Data – Offset value plus Bit 8 set, to distinguish Preset Offset from
Swap Bank

Byte 3 – Opcode $64

Byte 4 – Not used

Byte 5 – Not used

Byte 6 – Join or Domain

Byte 7 – Checksum

Example: Preset Offset of 15 in Area 1:

[1C] [01] [8F] [64] [00] [00] [FF] [F1]

Reset Preset

Byte 0 – 1C

Byte 1 – Area

Byte 2 – Fade – low Byte

Byte 3 – Opcode $0F

Byte 4 – Fade – high Byte

Byte 5 – Not used

Byte 6 – Join or Domain

Byte 7 – Checksum

Example: Reset Preset in Area 1 over 5 seconds:

[1C] [01] [FA] [0F] [00] [00] [FF] [DB]

Area Linking

The Base Area acts
like an Area 0 for all Channels that have that Base Area defined, and is useful
as a global control for a block of Areas. The following is for the 24 Areas
directly above the Base Area, as used by the Set Area Links and Clear Area
Links messages:

Byte 2 Bit 7 is the 1st Area, and Bit 0 is 8th

Byte 4 Bit 7 is the 9th, and Bit 0 is the 16th

Byte 5 Bit 7 is the 17th, and Bit 0 is the 24th

Set Area Links:

Byte 0 –
1C

Byte 1 – Area

Byte 2 – Data – Areas to Link

Byte 3 – Opcode $20

Byte 4 – Data – Areas to Link

Byte 5 – Data – Areas to Link

Byte 6 – Join

Byte 7 – Checksum

Example: Link Areas 4 & 5 (assumes Base Area = 3):

[1C] [04] [80] [20] [00] [00] [FF] [C0]

Clear Area Links

Byte 0 –
1C

Byte 1 – Area

Byte 2 – Data – Areas to Unlink

Byte 3 – Opcode $21

Byte 4 – Data – Areas to Unlink

Byte 5 – Data – Areas to Unlink

Byte 6 – Join

Byte 7 – Checksum

Example: Separate Areas 4 & 5 (assumes Base Area = 3):

[1C] [04] [80] [21] [00] [00] [FF] [C0]

Un Panic

Clears panic
condition (Unlocks Smart Panels & restores previous dimmer Preset)

Byte 0 1C hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 3 18 hex

Byte 4 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Restore normal operation in Area 2:

[1C] [02] [F0] [18] [00] [00] [FF] [DB]

Panic

Sets panic
condition (Locks Smart Panels & selects dimmer Panic Preset)

Byte 0 1C hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 3 17 hex

Byte 4 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Select Panic Mode in Area 2:

[1C] [02] [F0] [17] [00] [00] [FF] [DC]

Request Channel Level (sent to dimmer)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 CHANNEL NUMBER (0 origin)

Byte 3 61 hex

Byte 4 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Request Level of Channel 5 (Area 2):

[1C] [02] [04] [61] [00] [00] [FF] [7E]

Report Channel Level (reply from dimmer)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 CHANNEL NUMBER (0 origin)

Byte 3 60 hex

Byte 4 Target LEVEL (01 = 100%, FF = 0%)

Byte 5 Current LEVEL (01 = 100%, FF = 0%)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Report that Channel 5 (Area 2) Target Level is 58% & Current Level
is 58%:

[1C] [02] [04] [60] [70] [70] [FF] [9F]

Start Fading To
A Level (0.1 sec to 25.5 sec)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 CHANNEL NUMBER (0 origin)

Byte 3 71 hex

Byte 4 CHANNEL LEVEL (01 = 100%, FF = 0%)

Byte 5 Fade Rate (0.1 sec INTERVAL)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Area 2 Channel 3 Fade to 50% over 5 seconds:

[1C] [02] [02] [71] [82] [32] [FF] [BC]

Start Fading to a Level (1 sec to 255 sec)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 CHANNEL NUMBER (0 origin)

Byte 3 72 hex

Byte 4 CHANNEL LEVEL (01 = 100%, FF = 0%)

Byte 5 Fade Rate (1 sec INTERVAL)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Area 2 Channel 3 Fade to 50% over 50 seconds:

[1C] [02] [02] [72] [82] [32] [FF] [BB]

Start Fading to a Level (1 min to 22 min)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 CHANNEL NUMBER (0 origin)

Byte 3 73 hex

Byte 4 CHANNEL LEVEL (01 = 100%, FF = 0%)

Byte 5 Fade Rate (1 min INTERVAL, max of 22)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Area 2 Channel 3 Fade to 50% over 15 minutes:

[1C] [02] [02] [73] [82] [0f] [FF] [DD]

Stop Fading

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 CHANNEL NUMBER (0 origin)

Byte 3 76 hex

Byte 4 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Area 4 Channel 6 Stop Fading:

[1C] [04] [05] [76] [00] [00] [FF] [66]

Report Preset (reply from dimmers – response from 63 message)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 PRESET NUMBER (0 origin)

Byte 3 62 hex

Byte 4 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Area 4 is currently in Preset 6:

[1C] [04] [05] [62] [00] [00] [FF] [7A]

Request Preset
(sent to dimmers)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 3 63 hex

Byte 4 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused(usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Request Current Preset of Area 4:

[1C] [04] [00] [63] [00] [00] [FF] [7E]

Start Fading to A Level (All Channels in an Area)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 LEVEL (01 = 100%, FF = 0%)

Byte 3 79 hex

Byte 4 Fade Rate low Byte (usually 100)

Byte 5 Fade Rate high Byte (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Fade Area 4 to 50% over 2 sec:

[1C] [04] [82] [79] [64] [00] [FF] [82]

Stop Fading (All Channels In An Area)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 3 7A hex

Byte 4 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Halt the Fade in Area 4 at the current level:

[1C] [04] [00] [7A] [00] [00] [FF] [67]

Toggle Channel State(Preset • Off or Off • Preset)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 CHANNEL NUMBER (0 origin)

Byte 3 70 hex

Byte 4 UNUSED (usually 0)

Byte 5 UNUSED (usually 0)

Byte 6 TBAR (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 CHECKSUM

Example: Toggle Channel State of Area 4 CH8:

[1C] [07] [09] [70] [00] [00] [FF] [65]

Program Toggle Preset (sent to dimmer)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Channel Number (0 origin)

Byte 3 7D hex

Byte 4 LEVEL

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Save the Level of Area 4 CH8 to the Toggle Preset:

[1C] [07] [09] [70] [00] [00] [FF] [65]

Leave Program
Mode – Saves light level to the current Preset (sent to dimmers)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 3 8

Byte 4 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Save the Current Channel Levels of Area 4 to the Current Preset:

[1C] [04] [00] [08] [00] [00] [FF] [D9]

Lock Control Panels (sent to dimmers with Keyboard inputs and Smart Panels)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 3 15

Byte 4 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Lock All Control Panels in Area 6:

[1C] [06] [00] [15] [00] [00] [FF] [CA]

Unlock Control Panels (sent to dimmers with Keyboard inputs and Smart
Panels)

Byte 0 1C
hex

Byte 1 AREA

Byte 2 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 3 15

Byte 4 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 5 Unused (usually 0)

Byte 6 Join (usually FF hex)

Byte 7 Checksum

Example: Lock All Control Panels in Area 6:

[1C] [06] [00] [16] [00] [00] [FF] [C9]

 

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