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Impera Controller Feedback Behavior

Impera controllers react to state changes made to system components, except for those changes initially triggered by the controller itself.

 

Example

If the controller commands an HDMI switch to select INPUT 3, the controller will not react to or register the response feedback from the switch – in this case the switch acknowledging that INPUT 3 has been selected.  However, the controller will react if the switch is subsequently changed to INPUT 1 by an outside command source. The controller would then execute the action specified for Input 1 in the currently loaded Biamp Project Designer configuration file.

 

Building in triggers

If your system requires functions that must be triggered any time the controller is used to initiate a state change, map those functions directly to the controller button used to trigger the change. This ensures that a state change made using the controller will trigger the required function.

 

 

 

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