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WD pro and GPI (contact closure)

 
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JoeClark



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 12:22 pm    Post subject: WD pro and GPI (contact closure) Reply with quote

dear all,

for a game television show we developed a little widget interface which allows the central computer (game computer) to communicate with PB via midi notes and this works perfectly. the central computer isn't the only thing which needs to communicate with PB so we thought off letting the grassvalley mixer do that via GPI triggering. the costumer liked it more when he could communicate through the mixer instead of for instance a WD interface on a touchscreen computer.

my first question: could you link the same script you link to a midi button to a gpi trigger?

second question: what is the pin lay out for the db25 connector

third question: in general, how to approach gpi. we got the serial link working as a server. we are trying to get output read with a volt meter and already got the in and output nodes turning.

do we approach things the wrong way?


Please help...


I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
References
http://forum.coolux.de/viewtopic.php?p=4165

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