Bad duet module?

DraugarDraugar Junior MemberPosts: 25
Hi,
I have an issue with the Epson_Video_Projector_EB-G7000W_1.0.0 module, it will not start. I have tried replacing it wt the EB-1970W which works.
A REINIG gives:
Line 592 (12:00:06):: DDD.physicalDeviceOffline: 5001:1:0 is offline
Line 593 (12:00:06):: (Reader=749028432 writer=743654480)- CMessagePipe::Max = 50
Line 594 (12:00:10):: DDD.handleTimerEvent: dpd didn't exist

(Note: I am going to create 10 virtual devices to control 10 physical projectors, is there anywhere this will be a !#@$ idea? The other module worked, both XDD.)
DEFINE_DEVICE

  dvTPMain    = 10001:1:0    // MSD-701L
  dvProj1    = 5001:1:0
  dvProj2    = 5001:2:0
  dvProj3    = 5001:3:0
  dvProj4    = 5001:4:0
  dvProj5    = 10101:1:0    // EXB1
  dvProj6    = 10101:2:0    // EXB1
  dvProj7    = 10102:1:0    // EXB2
  dvProj8    = 10102:2:0    // EXB2
  dvProj9    = 10103:1:0    // EXB3
  dvProj10    = 10103:2:0    // EXB3
  
  vdvProj1    = 41001:1:0
  vdvProj2    = 41002:1:0
  vdvProj3    = 41003:1:0
  vdvProj4    = 41004:1:0
  vdvProj5    = 41005:1:0
  vdvProj6    = 41006:1:0
  vdvProj7    = 41007:1:0
  vdvProj8    = 41008:1:0
  vdvProj9    = 41009:1:0
  vdvProj10    = 41010:1:0
  
  #INCLUDE 'SNAPI.AXI'

  DEFINE_FUNCTION fnPulse(INTEGER nChannel)
  {
    PULSE [vdvProj1,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj2,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj3,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj4,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj5,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj6,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj7,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj8,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj9,nChannel]
    PULSE [vdvProj10,nChannel]
  }
  
  DEFINE_FUNCTION fnSetInput()
  {
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj1,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj2,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj3,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj4,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj5,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj6,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj7,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj8,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj9,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
    SEND_COMMAND vdvProj10,"'INPUT-HDMI'"
  }
  
DEFINE_START

  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj1    (vdvProj1    , dvProj1, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj2    (vdvProj2    , dvProj2, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj3    (vdvProj3    , dvProj3, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj4    (vdvProj4    , dvProj4, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj5    (vdvProj5    , dvProj5, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj6    (vdvProj6    , dvProj6, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj7    (vdvProj7    , dvProj7, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj8    (vdvProj8    , dvProj8, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj9    (vdvProj9    , dvProj9, projXDD)
  DEFINE_MODULE 'DeviceDriverEngine' Proj10    (vdvProj10    , dvProj10,projXDD)


  BUTTON_EVENT[dvTPMain,0]
  {
    PUSH:
    {
      SWITCH(button.input.channel)
      {
        CASE 1:
        {
          PULSE[vdvProj1,27]
          IF(!nProjStatus)
          {
            nProjStatus = 1
            TIMELINE_CREATE(WaitTL, TL_CT, 1,TIMELINE_RELATIVE, TIMELINE_REPEAT) //timer page on touchpanel
          }
          fnPulse(PWR_ON)
          WAIT ProjTimer
          fnSetInput()
        }
        CASE 2:
        {
          PULSE[vdvProj1,28]
          IF(nProjStatus)
          {
            nProjStatus = 0
            TIMELINE_CREATE(WaitTL, TL_CT, 1,TIMELINE_RELATIVE, TIMELINE_REPEAT) //timer page on touchpanel
          }
          fnPulse(PWR_OFF)
        }
        CASE 3:
        {
          SEND_COMMAND dvTPMain,"'@PPN-TL_6;Meny'"
          TIMELINE_CREATE(StatusTL, TL_CT2, 1,TIMELINE_RELATIVE, TIMELINE_REPEAT) //timer page on touchpanel
        }
        CASE 4:
        {
          TIMELINE_KILL(StatusTL)
        }
      }
    }
  }

Comments

  • MLaletasMLaletas Junior Member Posts: 225
    Have you tried increasing the duet memory? Also how come your using a module for that kind of display?
  • ericmedleyericmedley Senior Member - 3709 Posts Posts: 4,159
    There are some Duet modules with known issues. I seem to remember some of the Epson duet modules were written by Epaon and don't work. With Epson since they're protocol is the same, it's a good idea to just try another one.
  • DraugarDraugar Junior Member Posts: 25
    Problem neglected!
    I did try to amp up the duet memory to 128M with no results.
    I ended up skipping the cool part (having a small service menu with lamp counters etc.), and just sent the hex to each projector instead. Sorry for late reply, butthanks for answers :)
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