INTERACT AT/PRO SERIAL COMMAND GUIDE

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1 INTERACT AT/PRO SERIAL COMMAND GUIDE

2 Table of Contents 5 Preface 1 Type and Device IDs 1 Conventions 2 General Text Command Form Description 2 Command Support Table 3 AA Auto Answer Enable/ Disable 7 AAMB Adaptive Ambient Mode 7 AARINGS Number of Rings to Auto Answer On 7 ACONN Audible Connect / Disconnect Indication 7 AD Auto Disconnect Enable/ Disable 9 AEC Acoustic Echo Canceller Enable/ Disable 9 AECMODE AEC Stereo / Mono Mode 9 AECREF Acoustic Echo Cancellation Reference 9 AECREF2 Acoustic Echo Cancellation Reference 11 AGC Automatic Gain Control 11 AMBLVL Ambient Level Adjust 11 BAUD Baud Rate 11 CALLDUR Call Duration 12 CAMBAUD Camera Control Baud Rate 12 CAMCTRLMODE Camera Control Port Mode 12 CAMFLOW Camera Control Flow Control 12 CAMMOVE Move the Camera 13 CAMPOSITION Camera Position 13 CAMPRESET Camera Preset 13 CAMPRESETSET Camera Preset Setup 14 CAMPRESETSET2 Camera Preset Setup 2 14 CAMSWITCHLAG Camera Switch Time Lag 14 CAMTRACK Camera Track 15 CAMZOOM Camera Zoom 15 CHAIRO Chairman Override Mode 15 CLEAREFFECT Clear Effect Wide Band Telco Emulation 15 CLOCK Clock Set 16 COMPRESS Compressor 16 COMPSEL Compressor Select 17 COMVER COM Version 17 CONTROLMODE Table Top Controller Control Mode 17 COUNTRY Country Selection 18 CPRESET Configuration Preset 18 DECAY Decay Rate 18 DEFAULT Default the Unit 18

3 DEVICE Device Identification Label 19 DEVICETYPE Sets the Type of Device connected to an Input or Output 19 DIAL DTMF Dialing 19 DID Device ID 19 DSPVER DSP Version 21 DSPVEREX 8i DSP Version 21 DTMFLVL DTMF Tone Level 21 DUPDATE Update Notification when downloading 21 DVER Command Dictionary Version 23 ENETADDR Ethernet port IP Address 23 ENETDHCP Ethernet port Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol address assignment 23 ENETDNS Ethernet DNS Selection 23 ENETDNSA Ethernet DNS Server Address 24 ENETGATE Ethernet default Gateway address 24 ENETSUBN Ethernet subnet mask 24 EQ Equalization 24 EQSEL Equalization Enable 25 ERROR Error Notification 25 FILSEL Filter Selection 25 FILTER Filter Parameters 26 FLOW Flow Control 26 FMP First Mic Priority 27 FPGAVER FPGA Version 27 FPGAVEREX FPGA Version 27 FREQTABLE Frequency Table 27 GAIN Gain Adjustment 28 GATE Gate Status 28 GHOLD Gate Hold Time 28 GMODE Gating Mode 29 GMUTE Global Mute 29 GRATIO Gate Ratio 29 GREPORT Gate Report 30 HCONF Headset Configuration 30 HOOK Hook Flash 30 HOOKD Hook Flash Duration 31 LABEL Label 31 LOCALNUM Local Number 31 LOGMASK Event log mask 32 LVL Level 32 LVLREPORT Level Report 32 LVLREPORTEN Level Report Enable 33

4 MANUFACTURER Manufacturer Identification Label 33 MICCAMPRESET Mic Camera Preset 33 MLINE Mic/Line 34 MMAX Maximum Number of Microphones 34 MTRX Matrix Routing 35 MTRXCLEAR Matrix Clear 35 MTRXLVL Matrix Level 35 MUTE Mute 36 NCD Noise Cancellation Depth 36 NCSEL Noise Cancellation Select 36 NLP Non-Linear Processing 37 NOM Number of Open Microphones 37 OFFA Off Attenuation 37 PAA PA Adaptive 38 PBDIAL Dial a PB Entry by Name 38 PHONEBOOKADD Adds an Entry to the Phonebook 38 PHONEBOOKCNT Queries the Number of Entries in the Phonebook 39 PHONEBOOKDEL Deletes an Entry to the Phonebook 39 PHONEBOOKREAD Queries an Entry in the Phonebook By Index 39 PODUPDATE POD/BOB Status Update 40 PODVER POD Version 40 PP Phantom Power 40 PTTTHRESHOLD Push to Talk Threshold 41 PUSHTOTALK Push To Talk Mode 41 RADIOEN Radio Enable 41 RADIOSCAN Radio Scan 41 RADIOSCANRES Radio Scan Results 42 RADIOSTATEN Radio Statistics Enable 42 RADIOSTATS Radio Statistics 42 RAMP Ramp Gain Adjustment 43 REDIAL Dial the last number again 43 REFSET Reference Set 43 RESET Reset 43 RESETUSB Reset USB 44 RFVER RF Version 44 RING Ring Indication 44 RINGEREN Ringer Enable 44 RINGERIGN Ringer Ignore 45 RINGERLVL Audible Ring Level 45 RINGERSEL Audible Ring Melody Selection 45 RINGERTEST Audible Ring Melody Test 45 RXBOOST Receive Boost 46

5 RXBSTEN Receive Boost Enable 46 SILENCEPRST Silence Camera Preset 47 SPEEDDIAL Speed Dialing 47 SPLEVEL Speech Lift Level 47 SPLIFT Speech Lift Mode 48 STEREOMIX Sets the Input to be a Stereo Mix 48 SYSCHECKS System Checks 48 SYSRESULT System Check Result 49 TE Telco Enable 50 TELCOLVLCTRL Telco RX Level Control Enable/ Disable 50 TELSET Telephone Headset Set 50 TIMELOCALE Time Locale Settings 51 TLEC Telco Line Echo Cancellation 51 TM Telco Mode (Telephone vs Headset) 51 TNLP Telco Non-Linear Processing 52 UID Unit ID 52 VER Version 52 VEREX Firmware Version 52 VOLBUT Volume Button 53 VOLUME Volume Adjustment 53 ZDIAL DTMF Dialing USB 53 ZRING Ring Indication USB 54 ZTE Telco Enable USB 54 Error Messages 54 Designations 55 Group and Channels 55 Interact AT Meter Type Definitions 56 Interact PRO Meter Type Definitions 56

6 PREFACE IINTERACT Serial Command Guide CLEARONE PART NO December 1, 2011 (REV.1.4) 2011 ClearOne - All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form or by any means without written permission from ClearOne. Printed in the United States of America. ClearOne reserves specific privileges. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Telephone: Fax: Web Site: TYPE AND DEVICE IDS The Type ID and Device ID for current supported boxes on the expansion bus have the following definitions: Type ID Unit Type Device ID Range 0x13 (J) INTERACT AT 0x00 0x14 (K) INTERACT Pro 0x00 Page 1 of 56

7 CONVENTIONS This definition uses the following typographic conventions used in this document: Convention Description <X> Parameters enclosed in "< >" indicate a mandatory parameter. [X] Parameters enclosed in "[ ]" indicate an optional parameter. 1-8 Parameters separated by a hyphen ("-") indicate a range between the values. 4,7,9 Parameters separated by a comma "," indicate a list of available values. BAUD Words in UPPERCASE Bold indicate command text. DEVICE Indicates the Device Type and Device ID. General Text Command Form Description The commands are outlined in the Command table. The structure of serial commands is as follows: # (indicates the start of a command line), Type ID, Device ID, Command, then any additional options in the order that they appear in the command descriptions on the following pages. Commands can be either UPPERCASE or lowercase. Return values are always in upper case. In order for a command to be recognized by the serial port, the command must be terminated by a carriage return. If a * is placed in the Type ID or Device ID fields, the command is to apply to all units or all devices respectively. If a command calls for a NULL value, leave a blank in the command line (for example #80 MUTE 2 I would return the current mute state of Mic 2 on device 80). Page 2 of 56

8 COMMAND SUPPORT TABLE Command Name Interact AT Interact Pro AA X X AAMB X X AARINGS X X ACONN X X AD X X AEC X X AECMODE X AECREF X X AECREF2 X AGC X X AMBLVL X X BAUD X X CALLDUR X X CAMBAUD X CAMCTRLMODE X CAMFLOW X CAMMOVE X CAMPOSITON X CAMPRESET X CAMPRESETSET X CAMPRESETSET2 X CAMSWITCHLAG X CAMTRACK X CAMZOOM X CHAIRO X X CLEAREFFECT X X CLOCK X X COMPRESS X COMPSEL X COMVER X X CONTROLMODE X X COUNTRY X X CPRESET X DECAY X X DEFAULT X X Page 3 of 56

9 Command Name Interact AT Interact Pro DEVICE X X DEVICETYPE X X DIAL X X DID X X DSPVER X X DSPVEREX X DTMFLVL X X DUPDATE X X DVER X X ENETADDR X X ENETDHCP X X ENETDNS X X ENETDNSA X X ENETGATE X X ENETSUBN X X EQ X X EQSEL X X ERROR X X FILSEL X X FILTER X X FLOW X X FMP X FPGAVER X X FPGAVEREX X FREQTABLE X X GAIN X X GATE X X GHOLD X X GMODE X X GMUTE X X GRATIO X X GREPORT X X HCONF X X HOOK X X HOOKD X X LABEL X X LOCALNUM X X Page 4 of 56

10 Command Name Interact AT Interact Pro LOGMASK X X LVL X X LVLREPORT X X LVLREPORTEN X X MANUFACTURER X X MICCAMPRESET X MLINE X X MMAX X MTRX X X MTRXCLEAR X MTRXLVL X MUTE X X NCD X X NCSEL X X NLP X X NOM X OFFA X X PAA X X PBDIAL X X PHONEBOOKADD X X PHONEBOOKCNT X X PHONEBOOKDEL X X PHONEBOOKREAD X X PODUPDATE X X PODVER X X PP X X PTTTHRESHOLD X X PUSHTOTALK X X RADIOEN X X RADIOSCAN X X RADIOSCANRES X X RADIOSTATEN X X RADIOSTATS X X RAMP X X REDIAL X X REFSET X RESET X X Page 5 of 56

11 Command Name Interact AT Interact Pro RESETUSB X X RFVER X X RING X X RINGEREN X X RINGERIGN X RINGERLVL X X RINGERSEL X X RINGERTEST X X RXBOOST X X RXBSTEN X X SILENCEPRST X SPEEDDIAL X X SPLEVEL X SPLIFT X STEREOMIX X SYSCHECKS X X SYSRESULTS X X TE X X TELCOLVLCTRL X X TELSET X X TIMELOCALE X X TLEC X X TM X TNLP X X UID X X VER X X VEREX X VOLBUT X VOLUME X X ZDIAL X X ZRING X X ZTE X X Page 6 of 56

12 AA Auto Answer Enable/ Disable This command selects/reports the setting of auto answer. Group Group 1 17 (R) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AA <Channel><Group> [Value] AAMB Adaptive Ambient Mode This command selects/reports the setting of the Adaptive Ambient. Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AAMB <Channel> [Value] AARINGS Number of Rings to Auto Answer On This command selects/reports the setting of the number of rings to auto answer. Group Group 1 17 (R) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AARINGS <Channel> [Value] 2 or 4 ACONN Audible Connect / Disconnect Indication This command selects/reports the status of the audible connect / disconnect indication. Group Group 1 17 (R) Page 7 of 56

13 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE ACONN <Channel> [Value] Page 8 of 56

14 AD Auto Disconnect Enable/ Disable This command selects/reports the setting of auto disconnect. Group Group 1 17 (R) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AD <Channel> [Value] 1 = Loop Drop 2 = Call Progress 3 = Loop Drop + Call Progress AEC Acoustic Echo Canceller Enable/ Disable This command selects/reports the setting of Acoustic Echo Canceller for the specified Microphone channel. Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AEC <Channel> [Value] AECMODE AEC Stereo / Mono Mode This command selects/reports the control mode for the AEC Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AECMODE [Value] 0 = Mono 1 = Stereo AECREF Acoustic Echo Cancellation Reference This command enables / disables or reports the current status of the AEC reference. Channel Channel 2 Group Group 2 2, 20 (O, B) See GroupAndChannels Page 9 of 56

15 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AECREF [Channel Group] Page 10 of 56

16 AECREF2 Acoustic Echo Cancellation Reference This command enables / disables or reports the current status of the 2 nd AEC reference. Channel Channel 2 Group Group 2 2, 20 (O, B) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AECREF2 [Channel Group] See GroupAndChannels AGC Automatic Gain Control This command selects/reports the setting of automatic gain control for the specified channel. Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AGC <Channel> <Group> [Value] AMBLVL Ambient Level Adjust This command selects / reports the current Ambient Level. Channel Channel 1 See Groups and Channels Group Group 1 3 (M) Value Signed Float 2 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE AMBLVL <Channel> [Value] BAUD Baud Rate This command selects/reports the baud rate of the serial port (Null to query in text Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE BAUD [Value] 38400, 57600, Page 11 of 56

17 CALLDUR Call Duration This command indicates how long a call has lasted. If no call is in session, this will report 0. At the time of call termination, this command will automatically be sent out reporting the duration. Group Group 1 17 (R) Reserved 2 0 Duration String 8 String of format HR:MN:SS COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CALLDUR <Channel> <Duration> CAMBAUD Camera Control Baud Rate This command selects/reports the baud rate of the camera control serial port. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMBAUD [Value] CAMCTRLMODE Camera Control Port Mode This command sets / reports the camera control port mode. 4800, 9600, 14400, Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMCTRLMODE [Value] 0 = Sony 1 = Canon (Null to Query in Text) CAMFLOW Camera Control Flow Control This command selects/reports the flow control of the camera control serial port on the unit. Hardware flow control is implemented using DTR and DSR. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMFLOW [Value] Page 12 of 56

18 CAMMOVE Move the Camera This command sends commands to move the camera on the camera control port. There is no query for this command. Group Group 1 19 (V) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMMOVE <Channel Group> [Value] 0 = Stop 1 = Pan Right 2 = Pan Left 3 = Tilt Up 4 = Tilt Down 5 = Zoom In 6 = Zoom Out CAMPOSITION Camera Position This command sets or reports the current position of the camera on the camera control port. Units Group Group 1 19 (V) Pan Angle Signed Float 2 Tilt Angle Signed Float 4 If Sony, -100 to 100. If Canon, -100 to 100. (NULL to Query in Text) If Sony, -25 to 25. If Canon, -30 to 30. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMPOSITON <Channel Group> [Pan Tilt] CAMPRESET Camera Preset Executes a camera preset. There is no query for this command. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMPRESET [Value] Value Unsigned Integer Degrees Degrees Page 13 of 56

19 CAMPRESETSET Camera Preset Setup This command sets the current position of a camera as a camera preset. There is no query for this command. Preset Unsigned Integer Group Group 1 19 (V) Label String 16 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMPRESETSET <Preset Channel Group Label> CAMPRESETSET2 Camera Preset Setup 2 This command sets or reports the current camera preset. Units Preset Unsigned Integer Group Group 1 19 (V) Pan Angle Signed Float 2 Tilt Angle Signed Float 2 Zoom Angle Signed Float 4 Label String 16 If Sony, -100 to 100. If Canon, -100 to 100. (NULL to Query in Text) If Sony, -25 to 25. If Canon, -30 to 90. If Sony, 6.6 to 65. If Canon, 3 to Degrees Degrees Degrees COMMAND FORM: DEVICE CAMPRESETSET2 <Preset>[Channel Group Pan Tilt Zoom Label] CAMSWITCHLAG Camera Switch Time Lag This command set the switch time lag for voice tracking. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMSWITCHLAG [Value] Value Unsigned Float s Page 14 of 56

20 CAMTRACK Camera Track This command selects/reports the camera voice tracking mode. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMTRACK [Value] CAMZOOM Camera Zoom This command sets or reports the current Zoom of the camera on the camera control port. Units Group Group 1 19 (V) Zoom Angle Signed Float 2 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CAMZOOM <Channel Group> [Zoom] If Sony, 6.6 to 65. If Canon, 3 to (NULL to Query in Text). CHAIRO Chairman Override Mode This command selects/reports the status of the chairman override for a microphone. Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CHAIRO <Channel> [Value] CLEAREFFECT Clear Effect Wide Band Telco Emulation This command enables / disables or reports the current status of the clear effect. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CLEAREFFECT <Channel> [Value] Degrees Page 15 of 56

21 CLOCK Clock Set This command sets or reports the current time. Date Unsigned Integer Month Unsigned Integer Year Unsigned Integer 2 Hours Unsigned Integer Minutes Unsigned Integer Seconds Unsigned Integer Day of Week Unsigned Integer (NULL to Query in Text) 1 = Sunday 2 = Monday 3 = Tuesday 4 = Wednesday 5 = Thursday 6 = Friday 7 = Saturday COMMAND FORM: DEVICE CLOCK [Date Month Year Hours Minutes Seconds Day] COMPRESS Compressor This command selects/reports the compressor configuration. Group Group 1 5 (P) Threshold Signed Integer 1 Ratio Unsigned Integer db Attack Unsigned Float ms Release Unsigned Integer ms Gain Unsigned Float db COMMAND FORM:DEVICE COMPRESS <Channel> [Threshold Ratio Attack Release Gain] Page 16 of 56

22 COMPSEL Compressor Select This command selects/reports the compressor on/off status. Group Group 1 5 (P) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE COMPSEL <Channel> [Value] COMVER COM Version This command reports the version of the Interact COM (USB) firmware. This command is read only. Value String 12 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE COMVER [Value] Version of format NNNN (bcd) (Sent with a Null in text, value returned) CONTROLMODE Table Top Controller Control Mode This command selects/reports the control mode for the table top controller Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CONTROLMODE [Value] 0 = Telco 1 = USB Page 17 of 56

23 COUNTRY Country Selection This command sets / reports the country for compliance. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE COUNTRY [Value] 1 = US / Canada 2 = Europe 3 = Mexico 4 = Australia / New Zealand 5 = South Africa 6 = Japan 7 = Brazil 8 = South Korea 9 = China 10 = Singapore 11 = Taiwan 12 = Hong Kong 13 = India CPRESET Configuration Preset This command runs a configuration preset. There is no query for this command. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE CPRESET <Value> DECAY Decay Rate This command selects/reports the decay rate for a microphone. 1 4 Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DECAY <Channel> [Value] DEFAULT Default the Unit Sets the unit to factory defaults. There is no query for this command. None COMMAND FORM: DEVICE DEFAULT 1 = Slow 2 = Medium 3 = Fast Page 18 of 56

24 DEVICE Device Identification Label This selects/reports the manufacturer identification label of the specific channel. Group Group 1 Reserved Unsigned Integer 2 0 Label String 32 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DEVICE <Channel> <Group> [Value] 2, 3, 7 (O, M, L) 1 32 characters CLEAR = clear the label DEVICETYPE Sets the Type of Device connected to an Input or Output This command enables / disables or reports the current type of device connected to an input or output. Group Group 1 2, 7 (O, L) (NULL to query in text) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DEVICETYPE <Channel> <Group> [Value] DIAL DTMF Dialing This command dials a DTMF sequence or reports back the last sequence dialed. Group Group 1 17 (R) Reserved 2 0 Number String 44 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DIAL <Channel> [Number] DID Device ID This command reports the device id. This command is read only Chars of 0 9, A D, *, #,, (Null to query last number dialed in text) Value Unsigned Integer 4 See TypeAndDeviceIDs (Null sent in text, Value returned) Page 19 of 56

25 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DID [Value] Page 20 of 56

26 DSPVER DSP Version This command reports the version of the DSP code in the INTERACT Pro and AT unit. This command is read only. Value Unsigned Integer 4 0 for Host 1 for Satellite 9 for Telco (Pro only) Value Unsigned Integer 32 (Sent with a Null in text) Value Unsigned Integer 32 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DSPVER <Value> DSPVEREX 8i DSP Version This command reports the version of the DSP code in the INTERACT Pro 8i unit. This command is read only. Value Unsigned Integer 4 0 for Host 1 for Satellite Value Unsigned Integer 32 (Sent with a Null in text) Value Unsigned Integer 32 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DSPVER <Value> DTMFLVL DTMF Tone Level This command selects/reports the DTMF tone's level. Group Group 1 17 (R) Value Signed Float 2 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DTMFLVL<Channel><Value> For Interact PRO to 0.00 db For Interact AT to 0.00 db DUPDATE Update Notification when downloading This command reports updates when downloading information to the mixer. If sent to the mixer, it will cancel a download. Page 21 of 56

27 Argument 1 Hexadecimal 2 Argument 2 Hexadecimal 2 Status and percent done. Message String 60 Group and Channel of the download Group N (15), channels 2 (HTML skin) and 3 (Firmware). COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DUPDATE <Argument 1> <Argument 2> <Message> Page 22 of 56

28 DVER Command Dictionary Version This command reports the version of the command dictionary being used by the unit. This command is read only. BINARY FORM DETAILS COMMAND ID:42 Number of ARGUMENTS:1 Value Unsigned Integer 4 (Sent with a Null in text) ARGUMENT FORM:<Value> COMMAND FORM:DEVICE DVER [Value] ENETADDR Ethernet port IP Address This command selects/reports the IP Address of the Ethernet port on the unit. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE ENETADDR [Value] Value IP Address 4 ENETDHCP Ethernet port Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol address assignment This command selects/reports the use of DHCP address of the Ethernet port on the unit. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE ENETDHCP [Value] Value DHCP Address 4 ENETDNS Ethernet DNS Selection This command selects/reports the use of DNS of the Ethernet port on the unit. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE ENETDNS [Value] 0 = On 1 = Off Page 23 of 56

29 ENETDNSA Ethernet DNS Server Address This command selects/reports the DNS s IP Address of the Ethernet port on the unit. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE ENETDNSA [Value] Value IP Address 4 ENETGATE Ethernet default Gateway address This command selects/reports the default gateway of the Ethernet port on the unit. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE ENETGATE [Value] Value IP Address 4 ENETSUBN Ethernet subnet mask This command selects/reports the Subnet mask of the Ethernet port on the unit. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE ENETSUBN [Value] Value IP Address 4 EQ Equalization This command enables / disables or reports the current status of the equalization on the input or output. Group Group 1 2, 7 (O, L) High Gain Signed Float Mid Gain Signed Float Low Gain Signed Float COMMAND FORM:DEVICE EQ <Channel> <Group> [High Mid Low] Page 24 of 56

30 EQSEL Equalization Enable COMMAND FORM:DEVICE FPGAVER [Value] This command enables / disables or reports the current status of the equalization on the input or output. Group Group 1 2, 7 (O, L) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE EQSEL <Channel> <Group> [Value] (NULL to query in text) ERROR Error Notification This reports back an error that occurred with a command. This cannot be sent or queried. Original ID Original Mode Error Code Unsigned Integer Unsigned Integer Unsigned Integer 2 2 The command ID of the command sent that generated the error. The original mode the command sent was in. 1 = ASCII 2 = BINARY 4 ErrorMessages COMMAND FORM:DEVICE ERROR <Error Message> FILSEL Filter Selection This command selects/reports the on/off state of a filter for a microphone. Group Group 1 3 (M) Node Unsigned Integer 1 Value Unsigned Integer 1 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE FILSEL <Channel> <Node> [Value] 1 3 for Group 3 (M) 1 4 for Group 5 (P) (* for all in text, 0xff for all in binary) Page 25 of 56

31 FILTER Filter Parameters This command selects/reports the parameters for a filter on a microphone. Group Group 1 3, 5 (M, P) Node Unsigned Integer 1 Type Unsigned Integer 1 Frequency Unsigned Float 4 Gain Signed Float 2 Bandwidth Unsigned Float for Group 3 (M) 1 4 for Group 5 (P) Group 3 (M) Group 5 (P) 0 = None X X 1 = All Pass X X 2 = Low Pass X X 3 = High Pass X 4 = Low Shelf X 5 = High Shelf X 6 = PEQ X X 7 = CD Horn X 11 = Notch X X Type 0 0 (NULL in text) Values to Hz Type Values 0 3, 11 0 (NULL in text) db Type Values (NULL in text) 6, Octaves COMMAND FORM:DEVICE FILTER <Channel> <Node> [Type Frequency Gain Bandwidth] FLOW Flow Control This command selects/reports the flow control of the serial port on the unit. Hardware flow control is implemented using DTR and DSR. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE FLOW [Value] Page 26 of 56

32 FMP First Mic Priority This command selects/reports First Mic Priority Mode. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE FMP [Value] Value Unsigned Short 2 FPGAVER FPGA Version This command reports the version of the FPGA code in the unit. This command is read only. Value String 12 (Sent with a Null in text) FPGAVEREX FPGA Version This command reports the version of the FPGA code in the InteractPro8i unit. This command is read only. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE FPGAVEREX [Value] Value String 12 (Sent with a Null in text) FREQTABLE Frequency Table This command sets or reports back the current frequency table. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE FREQTABLE [Value] 1 8 Page 27 of 56

33 GAIN Gain Adjustment This command changes or reports back the gain for a specified channel. Group Group 1 Value Signed Float 2 Absol / Rel 0 2, 3, 5, 7, 16, 17, 26, 27, 28, 29 (O, M, P, L, T, R, H, N, D, W) db ** A = Absolute R = Relative Null = Relative COMMAND FORM:DEVICE GAIN <Channel> <Group> [Value] [Absol/Rel] ** Note: Values indicate entry range only. Actual internal range of the gain stage is from to db for Interact AT and from to db for Interact PRO. Absolute values will be limited to the internal gain range. GATE Gate Status This command reports the gate status of Mics. This command is read only. Value Hexadecimal 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE GATE [Value] GHOLD Gate Hold Time This command selects/reports the gate hold time for a microphone. Bits 0 15 represent gate status on Mics 1 16 (Null sent in text, Value returned) Group Group 1 3 (M) Value Unsigned Float 2 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE GHOLD <Channel> [Value] s Page 28 of 56

34 GMODE Gating Mode This command selects/reports the status of the gate mode for a microphone. Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE GMODE <Channel> [Value] GMUTE Global Mute This command selects/reports the global mute for the microphones. 0 = Auto 2 = Off 3 = Override On Group Group 2 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE GMUTE <Group> [Value] If setting, 0 will turn mute off all microphones and 1 will mute all microphones. If querying, a 1 means all microphones are muted while a zero means at least 1 microphone is unmated. GRATIO Gate Ratio This command selects/reports the ratio for gating for a microphone. Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE GRATIO <Channel> [Value] 0 50 db Page 29 of 56

35 GREPORT Gate Report This command selects/reports the mode of gate status reporting. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE GREPORT [Value] HCONF Headset Configuration This command selects/reports the headset configuration for the unit. Pin Out Speaker (RX) Gain Microphone (TX) Gain Unsigned Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer 2 Value Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Supported Headsets 0 3 V Spkr Gnd Mic Avaya Spkr+ Mic Gnd Spkr- Cisco Mic Spkr Spkr Mic 1 9, 6, 3, 0, -3,-6, -9, or -12 db 1 9, 6, 3, 0, -3,-6, -9, or -12 db COMMAND FORM:DEVICE HCONF [Pin Out Speaker Gain Mic Gain] HOOK Hook Flash This command sends a hook flash. There is no query for this command. Group Group 1 17 (R) Reserved 2 0 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE HOOK <Channel> NEC DT300, DT700 Series Page 30 of 56

36 HOOKD Hook Flash Duration This command selects/reports the hook flash duration. Group Group 1 17 (R) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE HOOKD <Channel> [Value] LABEL Label This selects/reports the label of the specific channel or the unit ms Group Group 1 Reserved Unsigned Integer 2 0 Label String 32 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE LABEL <Channel> <Group> [Value] LOCALNUM Local Number This command sets or reports back the current value of the local number. 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 16, 17, 26, 27, 28, 29 (O, M, P, L, U, T, R, H, N, D, W) For group U, 1 11 characters All other, 1 32 characters Group Group 1 17 (R) Reserved 2 0 Number String 16 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE LOCALNUM <Channel> [Number] 1 16 Chars of 0 9, A D, *, #,, Page 31 of 56

37 LOGMASK Event log mask This command sets or reports the unit event log mask. Value Hexadecimal 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE LOGMASK [Value] XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX à Reset à Errors à Password Access à Telco On/Off à Dial à Call Duration à System Checks à (reserved) à (reserved) à Default LVL Level This command reports the level of a channel. This command is read only. Group Group 1 2, 3, 5, 7, 16, 17, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29 (O, M, P, L, T, R, B, H, N, D, W) Position Meter Type 2 See MeterTypeDefinitions Value Signed Float db (Sent with Null in text, Value returned) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE LVL <Channel> <Group> <Position> [Value] LVLREPORT Level Report This command selects/reports the status of level reporting for the specified channel. Group Group 1 2, 3, 5, 7, 16, 17, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29 (O, M, P, L, T, R, B, H, N, D, W) Position Meter Type 2 See MeterTypeDefinitions Value Unsigned Integer 4 (Delete from list being reported) (Add to list being reported) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE LVLREPORT <Channel> <Group> <Position> [Value] Note: Level reporting for the unit must also be enabled (LVLREPORTEN). Page 32 of 56

38 LVLREPORTEN Level Report Enable Enables level reporting for the unit. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE LVLREPORTEN [Value] 0 = Turn off reporting but leave current list 1 = Turn on reporting 2 = Turn off reporting and clear the list MANUFACTURER Manufacturer Identification Label This selects/reports the manufacturer identification label of the specific channel. Group Group 1 Reserved Unsigned Integer 2 0 Label String 32 2, 3, 7 (O, M, L) 1 32 characters CLEAR = clear the label COMMAND FORM:DEVICE MANUFACTURER <Channel> <Group> [Value] MICCAMPRESET Mic Camera Preset This command associates a selected mic with a specified camera preset for voice tracking. Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE MICCAMPRESET <Channel> [Value] 0 to Clear 1 10 (NULL to Query in Text) Page 33 of 56

39 MLINE Mic/Line This command selects/reports the coarse gain for a microphone. Group Group 1 3 (M) COMMAND FORM:DEVICE MLINE <Channel> [Value] 0 = 0 db 1 = 7 db 2 = 14 db 3 = 21 db 4 = 28 db 5 = 35 db 6 = 42 db 7 = 49 db 8 = 56 db MMAX Maximum Number of Microphones This command sets or reports the maximum number of microphones for gating. Value Unsigned Integer 4 COMMAND FORM:DEVICE MMAX [Value] 0 for unlimited 1 8 Page 34 of 56

40 MTRX Matrix Routing This command selects/reports the matrix routing of an input to an output. Source Source Group Group 1 Destination Channel Channel 1 Destination Group Group 1 Value Unsigned Integer 4 3, 5, 7, 17, 27, 29 (M, P, L, R, N, W) The all channel is not allowed. (See GroupAndChannels) 2, 5, 16, 20, 26, 28 (O, P, T, B, H, D) 0 = Cross point off 1 = Cross point on (not valid for PRO Mics) (not valid for PRO Mics) 3 = Non Gated (PRO Mics only) 4 = Gated (PRO Mics only) 6 = Prohibited COMMAND FORM:DEVICE MTRX <Src. Ch.> <Src. Gp.> <Dest. Ch.> <Dest. Gp.> [Value] MTRXCLEAR Matrix Clear This command clears the matrix. There is no query for this command. COMMAND FORM:DEVICE MTRXCLEAR Value Reserved 4 0 MTRXLVL Matrix Level This command selects/reports the attenuation at a matrix crosspoint. Source Source Group Group 1 Destination Channel Channel 1 Destination Group Group 1 Value Signed Float 4 3, 5, 7, 17, 27, 29 (M, P, L, R, N, W) The all channel is not allowed. (See GroupAndChannels) 2, 5, 16, 20, 26, 28 (O, P, T, B, H, D) db COMMAND FORM:DEVICE MTRXLVL <Src. Ch.> <Src. Gp.> <Dest. Ch.> <Dest. Gp.> [Value] Page 35 of 56

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