WHY SMARTY?

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas metus nulla, commodo a sodales sed, dignissim pretium nunc. Nam et lacus neque. Ut enim massa, sodales tempor convallis et, iaculis ac massa.

CONTACT INFO
  • Address:2324 Cheney-Spokane Road
    Cheney, Washington 99004 USA
  • Phone:800-614-9958 / +1 509-209-9835
  • Email: sales@pswitchers.com
company logo

RS-232 Hardware Interface

Most of our products can be controlled through an RS-232 cable connection. From a computer, the RS-232 cable should be a straight-through cable with pins 2, 3, and 5 connected. For AMX® and Crestron® control systems, a null-modem cable is normally used. The default settings for PS switchers are baud rate, 115200, 8 bits, No parity, No stop bits.


company logo

Ethernet Hardware Interface

By default, PS products connect to Ethernet networks with DHCP, acquiring the IP address from the local router. When connecting using an AMX or Crestron IP interface, use port 9760.


Basic Programming Codes (Both RS-232 and Ethernet)

IN501-IN506 Cards
Example: CI3O1T
Example: CI3T
Format : C I # [O #] T

In the two examples above, Input 3 has been selected to be routed to Output 1. The "T" is used to Terminate or end the command. The "O" is optional with single output devices but has been reserved in the format structure for switchers with multiple outputs.

IN507 Cards
Example: CI4AO1T
Example: CI4AT
Format : C I [A|B] # [O #] T

In these two examples above, Input 4, VGA port has been selected, converted as necessary, and routed to Output 1. "B" would be used instead of "A" if you wanted to select the HDMI port instead. Not specifying "A" or "B" would tell the IN507 to select the most recently active signal (e.g. most recently connected device). The "T" is used to Terminate or end the command. The "O" is optional with single output devices but has been reserved in the format structure for switchers with multiple outputs.