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e4mafia

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Does anyone know of a way to intercept the DMX serial signaling that the FTDI chip does, without having one? In other words, is there any way to get a readout of what the Artemis is actively sending in terms of DMX channel info etc. Without having an FTDI 232 chip attached to something and reading it there. Any way to get that stuff on the PC side of things?

Dave Thaler

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You can see what Artemis sends to the FTDI dll using Artemis Bridge tools.  See the HowTo here for how to log to a file, or log to a socket you can watch in real time, e.g., via telnet.

e4mafia

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Thanks Dave! As for viewing vie Telnet, do you mean just connecting a telnet session to home? Like 127.0.0.1:23 ?
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As for viewing vie Telnet, do you mean just connecting a telnet session to home? Like 127.0.0.1:23 ?


Correct, just "telnet localhost" would do the same thing.  Note that the telnet client is an optional component in recent versions of windows so you first have to enable it in "Turn Windows features on or off" in the control panel.
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