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AMX Duet module Canon SX60 projector


I am working on a Canon SX60 projector in my NI-2000 controller (Netlinx). Control by rs-232 etc.
Now the serial commands are hard (for a beginner) so i found a module for this device.
I found it on the amx website.
But now i get 20 files in a zip, and don't know what files i should include and what to write in netlinx.
There is a .doc in the zip, but this isn't very clear.

So, has anyone used this module?
And what tips 'n tricks can you give me to succesfull control the projector?
Functions like: Beamer_on/off, switching inputs, mute, freeze etc.

Many thanks!


  • Jimweir192Jimweir192 Posts: 502
    All amx modules come with an example workspace, this will show exactly how the module should be implemented.

    Look in the unzipped folder for an .APW file. Double click this to open in Studio.

    The document that comes with every module is a standard template and contains all the info you'll need - it would be very worthwhile becoming familiar with this format as you'll use it a great deal in your programming life!
  • PosssPosss Posts: 2
    Thanks. Now i know how to include these files correctly.
  • TurnipTruckTurnipTruck Posts: 1,485
    The only one you MUST use is the comm module. They are usually names soemthing like Panasonic_DW5000_Comm_dr1_0_0_0.jar

    This files will allow you to communicate to the device using the string, commands, channels, levels, etc that are described in the word document.
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