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  • Crestron SIMPL Windows Primer

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  • Crestron SIMPL Windows Software

    Contents

    CRESTRON SIMPL WINDOWS.................................................................................. 1

    Overview...................................................................................................................................1 About this Primer.......................................................................................................................1

    Crestron Development Software ............................................................................................2 SIMPL Windows .......................................................................................................................2 Crestron VisionTools Pro-e ....................................................................................................2 DEAL for Windows...............................................................................................................2 Media Manager System Builder.........................................................................................3 D3 Pro....................................................................................................................................3 Databases ...................................................................................................................................3 Product Catalog CD...................................................................................................................3

    Crestron Control Systems .......................................................................................................5 Why Program Control Systems?................................................................................................5 Elements of a Control System ...................................................................................................5 Main Processor ..........................................................................................................................5 Network Control Modules .........................................................................................................6 Plug-in Control Cards ................................................................................................................6 User Interfaces ...........................................................................................................................6 User devices...............................................................................................................................7

    Control Methods ......................................................................................................................7 Relay closures............................................................................................................................7 Serial Communications..............................................................................................................8 IR (Infrared)...............................................................................................................................8 Custom Serial ..........................................................................................................................10 RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 ..................................................................................................10 MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) ..........................................................................11 Analog Voltages ......................................................................................................................12 Custom Crestron Interfaces .....................................................................................................12 Cresnet .....................................................................................................................................12

    SIMPL WINDOWS PROGRAMMING........................................................................ 15

    Introduction to SIMPL..........................................................................................................15 Symbol Categories...................................................................................................................15 Device Symbols .......................................................................................................................15 Logic Symbols .........................................................................................................................16 Symbol Properties....................................................................................................................16 Inputs .......................................................................................................................................16 Outputs.....................................................................................................................................16 Parameters ...............................................................................................................................16 Signal Types ............................................................................................................................17 Digital Signals .........................................................................................................................18 Analog Signals.........................................................................................................................18

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    Serial Signals ...........................................................................................................................18 Special Signals 0 and 1.......................................................................................................19 Logic Waves and Logic Solutions ...........................................................................................19

    Programming with User Interfaces......................................................................................20 Button Presses..........................................................................................................................20 Button Feedback ......................................................................................................................21 Subpages (touchpanels only) ...................................................................................................22 Analog displays (touchpanels only).........................................................................................23 Indirect text (touchpanels only) ...............................................................................................23

    Building a Program with SIMPL Windows ........................................................................24 Programming Process ..............................................................................................................24 Basic Programming Rules .......................................................................................................24 Build a System.........................................................................................................................24 Control Systems.......................................................................................................................26 Network Hardware...................................................................................................................27 Plug-in Control Cards ..............................................................................................................28 Serial Devices ..........................................................................................................................29 User Devices............................................................................................................................29 Network IDs ............................................................................................................................30 Configure Devices ...................................................................................................................30 Cresnet Devices .......................................................................................................................30 Ethernet Devices......................................................................................................................32 Serial Devices ..........................................................................................................................33 Touchpanels.............................................................................................................................33 Connecting Signals ..................................................................................................................34 Define Signals from User Interface .........................................................................................34 Using Logic Symbols ..............................................................................................................36

    PROGRAMMING WITH LOGIC SYMBOLS ............................................................. 37

    Introduction ...........................................................................................................................37

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