Glossary of terms used on this site
American Standard Code for Information Interchange- ASCII codes represent text in computers, communications equipment, and other devices that use text.
Shift+8 on most English QWERTY Keyboards- used as the headers for RP communications through the R2D7
Common programmers term for an exclamation point "!"
Used for gauging the run time and mechanical limits for the motor- does not set mechanical limits
Abbreviation for the word 'command'
Refers to data at the beginning of a data block to signify the next set of variable data- in RQ it is a BANG or !- in RP it is an Asterisk or *
Short for hexadecimal- is a base 16 numerical system used to represent binary code in a more user friendly format
Smart Home Control systems such as Crestron, AMX, and Control4
Passes RP data and RP power, does not generate power
Generates RP power and passes RP data, never plug an EYE to an EYE
Passes RP and RQ data, will pass RQ power or generate RQ power when coming from an RQ motor control- does not pass RP power
Passes both RP/RQ data and power
Accessory port- powers an input device and can accept RP data from that device
Auxiliary port- passes RP data only, does not pass RP or RQ Power
Passes both RP/RQ data and generates RP/RQ power