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chill wrote: »
As DHawthorne says, the protocol varies by model. Your manual seems to be saying that it's
...but in some other Sharps it's 'POWR 0' and 'POWR 1' (three spaces after 'POWR'). For still other models, you have to send 'POWR0000' or 'POWR0001'. It's fantastic.
The point of the spaces and 000 are to allow that part of the command to target a specific display ID for video wall installations. And only some of their products support that, and the simpler ones don't use the ID insert. really developed at different times by different teams. Not fun for us, but I've been there, and coordination of such things in corporations is just not easy.
John Nagy wrote: »
[...] coordination of such things in corporations is just not easy.