It must always start with the definition of the trigger event. As a start condition either an "!i: Input event", "!t: Time event", "!rc: Real time clock event", "!v: Variable event", "!d: DMX event" or "!k: Infrared event" can be used.

 

 

Attention!

The limit is one trigger event per line (!i, !t, !rc, !v, !d or !k)!

Only variable conditions can be combined in one line. If you need a combination of several trigger events you have to do this via variables.

The ProCommander® ES cannot execute this trigger event!

 


!d: DMX event


The whole DMX univers can also be used as a start condition for a command line. As operators > < = are permitted. 


Example:

 

!d1=255!...# -> If the value of the DMX channel 1 is equal 255, then the downstream command will be executed.

 

!d150<20!...# -> If the value of the DMX channel 150 is less than 20, then the downstream command will be executed.

 

!d512>175!...# -> If the value of the DMX channel 512 is greater than 175, then the downstream command will be executed.