// ACTUAL DISPLAY, Pioneer PDP-5010FD rs232 9600-n-8-1 2-blu-2 3-orn-3 5-brn-5; RS232 codes from PRO-110FD
INTEGER nDISPLAY_STX_01 = $02 // BEGIN OF TRANSMISSION
char sID_Display01 = '**'
INTEGER nDISPLAY_ETX_01 = $03 // END OF TRANSMISSION
integer nDisp01_Inp_DVD = 4 // Inputs
integer nDisp01_Inp_CableBox = 5
CHAR sDISPLAY01_CMD_INPUT  = 'INP'
CHAR sDISPLAY01_CMD_AR  = 'SZM'
CHAR sDISPLAY01_CMDS_PON  = 'PON'
CHAR sDISPLAY01_CMDS_POFF  = 'POF'
CHAR sDISPLAY01_CMDS_VOL  = 'VOL'
SEND_STRING dvDISPLAY_01, "nDISPLAY_STX_01, sID_Display01, sDISPLAY01_CMDS_PON, nDISPLAY_ETX_01" // turn power on
Here is a bunch of them...the PRO-110FD is supposedly the same as the 5010FD.
I was told by Pioneer Tech support that this is not controllable by 232 (factory setup only). Has anyone actually had success with the 232 protocol? If not is there a discrete IR files for on/off and input selects? I tried using the hex codes supplied on line by pioneer and making my own IR file but the unit did not respond. Any thoughts would be much appreciated.
This Pioneer unit does in fact allow serial port control via RS232. Use the codes from the PRO-110FD; also I have PM'd you my include file used for control. Looked something like this:
If you need more, I can post other snippets or dig for original documentation.