The content of the Control.ini file can look like this:



!i2c!esd3:"Hello World"#

1st line: If input 1 is closed (!i1c), the open collector outputs 1 and 4 will be activated (!ess1001).

2nd line: If input 6 is closed (!i6c), then the DMX channel 10 will be set to 255 (!edv10:255).

3rd line:
Send "Hello World" at RS232-3 (!esd3:"Hello World"), when input 2 is activated (!i2c).

4th line: With falling edge (opening contact) of input 3 (!i3o) fades PWM output 1 to 20% in the time of 2.5 seconds.

5th line:
With every level change of input 4 (!i4t), the PWM outputs 1 to 4 are set to value 50% (!epl1_4%50).

6th line: If input 5 is activated (!i5c), the volume fades to 0 within 5 seconds (!cfm0<5).

7th line:
On releasing input 5 (!i5o), the volume fades within the time of 5 seconds to thevalue (!cfm32<5), which is stored in EE-Prom.

8th line:
1 minute and 20 seconds after switching on the device or after insertion of the memory card, the first show (001_SHOW.WM1) starts in normal mode (!rsn1).

9th line: Every 5 minutes (!t&05:00) the second show (002_SHOW.WM1) starts in normal mode (!rsn2).

10th line: At 8 o'clock (!rc(h=8)) the third show (003_SHOW.WM1) starts in add mode (!rsa3).

11th line:
The first show starts at 4:20 a.m. (!rc(h=4;m=20)) and runs in a loop (!rsnl1), if a battery is inserted and the real time clock is activated. If no battery is inserted the command will be executed with a delay of 20 hours and 20 minutes. Because every time you power up the device or plug in the card the internal clock is set to 08:00 a.m..