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Offline rdebolt

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Channel Programming Questions.
« on: November 17, 2014, 09:00:35 PM »
I have 2 basic questions. 1 Do the universe jumpers on the hub still need to be on universe 1, or can you program with any universe setting now? 2 Do you still program your SSC to 1-4096 and set universe jumpers on the hub, or do you just program for the channels that you want? ie program an SSC for channel equal to software channel.
 
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Re: Channel Programming Questions.
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2014, 09:39:23 PM »
Hub is still restricted to 4096 max.  Unv 1 for programming am not sure, David will have to chime in

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Re: Channel Programming Questions.
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2014, 11:17:53 PM »
In the uSC.SSc software I think it will convert the absolute channel to 1-4096 range before sending, so enter the absolute address you want in the 1-16384 range. Trough the FPD I do not think the hub needs to be on universe one. In fact, I think it needs to be on the correct universe for SSC's to receive programming packet.
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Re: Channel Programming Questions.
« Reply #3 on: November 18, 2014, 08:36:00 AM »
OK I will do some more testing tonight. So what I am wondering now is, let's say I have a uSC programmed for channel 782 and want to change it to 8974 will the universe jumpers on the hub have to be @ 1 first? My assumption is yes, but I will have to test and see.


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