SVSI Native NetLinx Device Monitor Module

HARMAN_icraigieHARMAN_icraigie Technical Trainer II, Harman Professional UniversityPosts: 483

Because "sharing is caring" and currently you can't directly register a native Netlinx SVSi device ...

Should support any encoder or decoder - set up to support more device types if needed

Fully populates info page from device_info. Note that a dynamic virtual device is being referenced as the registering device.
Option to set custom name and description through the proxy command ( eg. send_command vdvRMS,'@-RMS-Asset-Name,')

Metadata:
1. IP Address as hyperlink
2. NetLinx D:P:S

Parameters:
1. Stream #
2. Audio Stream # (Decoders)
3. Host Play
4. Power Consumption
5. Online

Methods:
1. Reboot
2. Stream #
3. Audio Follow Video or Audio Stream # (Decoders)
4. Passthru

https://dropbox.com/s/in4ht8g9ykqak0r/RMS%20SVSi%20NetLinx%20Device%20Monitor.zip?dl=0

Comments

  • AntAnt Junior Member Posts: 54

    Hey Ian,

    Thanks for that - is there a way to query Power Consumption of an SVSi unit?

    Or Fan Speed, Temperature?

    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • HARMAN_icraigieHARMAN_icraigie Technical Trainer II, Harman Professional University Posts: 483

    Power consumption is set as per the endpoint series

    select
    {
        active(find_string(upper_string(iDevInfo.DEVICE_ID_STRING),'-N24',1)): // POE+ devices
        {
        keyAdd(uKeys, KEY_MAX_POWER, '30'); 
        }
        active(TRUE):                               // POE devices
        {
        keyAdd(uKeys, KEY_MAX_POWER, '12.5'); 
        }
    }
    

    Don't think fan or temperature is in the status query response but there maybe a way through an asynchronous N-act message to get that info - something to look into.

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