AVR202+, AVR305, AVR307, Ref 20+ and Ref

Series II B&K Components Device Interface
Protocol (BKC-DIP) Product Specific
Appendices
For use with:
AVR 305, AVR 307, and AVR 202+
Reference 30 and Reference 20+
AVR 202i
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Table Of Contents
REVISION HISTORY ...................................................................................................................... 5
Version 2.00.01.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Version 2.00.00.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Version 1.01.05.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Version 1.01.04.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Version 1.01.03.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Version 1.01.02.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Version 1.01.01.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Version 1.01.00.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Version 1.00.00.............................................................................................................................................. 6
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................. 7
Overview ....................................................................................................................................................... 7
Document Conventions ................................................................................................................................ 7
APPENDIX A, PRESET PARAMETERS........................................................................................ 8
Preset Zone 1 (A) Parameters...................................................................................................................... 8
Preset Zone 2 (B) Parameters...................................................................................................................... 9
Appendix A, Preset Parameter Notes (All Zones) ................................................................................... 10
APPENDIX B, SYSTEM PARAMETERS ..................................................................................... 14
Appendix B, System Parameter Notes ...................................................................................................... 18
APPENDIX C, TUNER STATION PARAMETERS ....................................................................... 22
APPENDIX D, REALTIME STATUS PARAMETERS .................................................................. 23
Appendix D, Realtime Status Parameter Notes ....................................................................................... 23
APPENDIX E, UNIT PARAMETERS ............................................................................................ 26
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APPENDIX F, IR COMMANDS..................................................................................................... 27
APPENDIX G, FRONT PANEL COMMANDS .............................................................................. 29
APPENDIX H, VALID ASCII DISPLAY CHARACTERS .............................................................. 30
APPENDIX I, SPECIAL DISPLAY CHARACTERS...................................................................... 31
APPENDIX J, ASCII TABLE......................................................................................................... 32
Decimal Hex ASCII Decimal Hex ASCII .......................................................................... 32
APPENDIX K, LED MAPPING...................................................................................................... 33
APPENDIX L, X (EXECUTIVE) COMMANDS .............................................................................. 34
Recall Preset Command: (receiveID, X, 0, z=nn; cs16)........................................................................... 34
Save Preset Command: (receiveID, X, 1, z=nn, autoNameMode; cs16) ................................................ 34
Power State Command: (receiveID, X, 2, z=onOff; cs16) ....................................................................... 34
Noise Generator State Command: (receiveID, X, 3, noiseState; cs16)................................................... 35
Noise Steering Command: (receiveID, X, 4, speakerIndex=onOff, ... speakerIndex=onOff; cs16)..... 35
Noise Increment Command: (receiveID, X, 5; cs16) ............................................................................... 36
Cold Boot Command: (receiveID, X, 6; cs16) .......................................................................................... 37
Factory Reset Command: (receiveID, X, 7; cs16).................................................................................... 37
Reinitialize BKC-DIP State Command: (receiveID, X, 8; cs16)............................................................. 37
Test Tone State Command: (receiveID, X, 9, level; cs16) ...................................................................... 38
Mute State Command: (receiveID, X, A, z=muteState; cs16)................................................................ 38
APPENDIX M, ERROR LOGS ...................................................................................................... 39
Preserved State Error, Identifier 0 ........................................................................................................... 39
Unused RAM Error, Identifier 1............................................................................................................... 39
Non-Volatile Memory Error, Identifier 2................................................................................................. 39
DSP Boot Error, Identifier 3 ..................................................................................................................... 39
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APPENDIX P, OVERRIDE PARAMETERS.................................................................................. 40
Appendix P, Override Parameters Notes ................................................................................................. 40
APPENDIX Q, STATUS MESSAGES........................................................................................... 41
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Revision History
Version 2.00.01
1.
2.
Corrected System Parameter 81 and Note 35. Q values were reversed.
Corrected System Parameter 7E and Note 32. Tape is not a valid option for use as the
designated DVD Audio input
Version 2.00.00
1.
2.
3.
Bumped revision to V2.0 to correspond to changes with respect to BKC-DIP V2.0. Although
this device is not V2.0 compliant, the documentation was changed for consistency of the
references from the main BKC-DIP document.
Added Appendix P, Override Parameters and notes. With the introduction of new B&K
Components devices and BKC-DIP V2.0, Override Parameters are no longer universal among
all devices. Thus each product must include an appendix indicating which Override
Parameters it supports.
Added Appendix Q, Status Messages and notes. With the introduction of new B&K
Components devices and BKC-DIP V2.0, Status Messages are no longer universal among all
devices. Thus each product must include an appendix indicating which Status Messages it
supports.
Version 1.01.05
3.
Correct Zone 2 (B) FM Frequency maximum volume to 67h (domestic 200 kHz steps) and
CDh (international 100 kHz steps).
Version 1.01.04
1.
Updated Title page and notes to reflect support for AVR 202+ and Reference 20+ devices.
Updated notes indicate no support for Composite video or THX. Unavailable or limited
parameters for the AVR 202+ and Reference 20+ devices are noted by “*” in the lists and by
“*NOTE:” in the notes.
Version 1.01.03
1.
2.
3.
Added System Parameters C4h and C5h (and accompanying Note 51) for Favorite Preset
Recall Zone A and Favorite Preset Recall Zone B respectively to support Favorite Preset
Recall with Enter or Automatic feature available in Version 2.06 software and later.
Corrected typographical error for System Parameter FCh (changed (A) to (B)).
Corrected numbering error in Version 1.01.01 revision history changes below (numbered 2 –
3, not 1-2).
Version 1.01.02
1.
Added missing IR codes to Appendix F documentation:
STEREO, THX (CINEMA), DOLBY SURROUND (5.1), MONO, PRESET -, EXIT
(RETURN)
Version 1.01.01
1.
2.
Corrected typographical error for Real time Status Parameter 16h (changed (A) to (B)
Corrected typographical error for Real time Status Parameter 18h (corrected spelling of
“detect”).
Version 1.01.00
1. Changed TVV3 notation to V3.
2. Real time Status Parameters Section is now listed in Table of Contents
NOTE: The following enhancements are only available in Version 2.02 software and later:
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3.
4.
5.
Addition of Real time Status Parameters
18h
FM Stereo Detect
19h
Tuner Stereo State
1Ah
Speaker Usage
See Appendix D, Real time Status Parameters for further details.
Addition of Real time Enable 3 parameter, C3h
See Appendix B, System Parameters for further details.
Addition of Unit’s Serial Number in Unit Information, 10h
See Appendix E, Unit Parameters for further details.
Version 1.00.00
1.
2.
This is the first release of this documentation.
For use with BKC-DIP V1.02 protocol.
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Introduction
Overview
The following is a supplement to B&K Components Device Interface Protocol, BKC-DIP. This
document contains the specific BKC-DIP implementation details for the B&K Components’
Series II products.
Document Conventions
All numbers are assumed to be hexadecimal. Hexadecimal (or Hex for short) characters range
from 0 to F.
For example:
The number 19 is the hexadecimal number 19 which is (1 x 161) + (9 x 160) or
25 decimal. Similarly, EA is the hexadecimal number EA which is (14 x 161) +
(10 x 160) or 234 decimal. For clarity, some descriptions regarding numbers
may use the xxh notation to remind the reader that the number is implicitly
hexadecimal where xx are the hexadecimal characters 0 - F. Thus the previous
examples would be 19h and EAh respectively, the "h" indicating hexadecimal.
Maximum values appearing in double quotes indicate that the parameter is an ASCII string.
For example:
“D” for the Z1(A)Title maximum value indicates that the title is a string with a
maximum length of 0Dh (13 decimal) characters.
Italics indicate a non-literal string.
For example:
(00,G, P00, 0;cs16)
cs16 indicates the calculated checksum and does NOT literally appear in the
data stream.
Important concepts are denoted by NOTE:
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Appendix A, Preset Parameters
Preset Zone 1 (A) Parameters
(0,G,P1=FF,0;cs16)
Example of Get Z1(A) current preset title
(0,S,P1=A,1=60;cs16) Example of Set Z1(A) Preset 10 volume = 0 dB
Parameter
Identifier
(in hex)
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
0A
0C
0E
0F
16
1D
24
2B
32
39
4A
52
62
63
64
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
Description
Parameter
Max Values
(in hex)
Title
"D"
Volume
6F
Balance
30
Current Audio Input
7
Tuner Band
1
Tuner AM Frequency
74, 81
Tuner FM Frequency
67, CD
Tuner FM Mode
1
Tuner Audio Mode
3
Center Level
30
Rear Level
30
Sub Level
30
V1 Audio Mode
4
V2 Audio Mode
4
TVV3 Audio Mode
4
DVD Audio Mode
4
CD Audio Mode
4
SAT Audio Mode
4
Tape Audio Mode
3
Bass Gain
30
Treble Gain
30
Z1(A) Favorite
1
EQ Selection
3
Bass Frequency
38
Treble Frequency
8C
Z1(A) Current Video
7
Z1(A) Current Tape Audio
6
Z1(A) Current Tape Video
6
Speaker Selection Override
2
Tuner MONO Speaker Selection
9
Tuner STEREO Speaker Selection
9
Tuner SURROUND Speaker Selection
9
Tuner THX Speaker Selection
9
V1 MONO Speaker Selection
9
V1 STEREO Speaker Selection
9
V1 SURROUND Speaker Selection
9
V1 THX Speaker Selection
9
V1 DVD Audio Speaker Selection
9
V2 MONO Speaker Selection
9
V2 STEREO Speaker Selection
9
V2 SURROUND Speaker Selection
9
V2 THX Speaker Selection
9
V2 DVD Audio Speaker Selection
9
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Formatting
Notes
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
1
15
3_Z1
4
5, 5a
6, 6a
7
21
2
2
2
8
8
8
8
8
8
21
9
9
17
10
11
12
22
19_Z1
23
14
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18*
18
18
18
18
18*
18
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
8A
8B
8C
8D
8E
8F
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
99
9A
9B
TVV3 MONO Speaker Selection
TVV3 STEREO Speaker Selection
TVV3 SURROUND Speaker Selection
TVV3 THX Speaker Selection
TVV3 DVD Audio Speaker Selection
DVD MONO Speaker Selection
DVD STEREO Speaker Selection
DVD SURROUND Speaker Selection
DVD THX Speaker Selection
DVD DVD Audio Speaker Selection
CD MONO Speaker Selection
CD STEREO Speaker Selection
CD SURROUND Speaker Selection
CD THX Speaker Selection
CD DVD Audio Speaker Selection
SAT MONO Speaker Selection
SAT STEREO Speaker Selection
SAT SURROUND Speaker Selection
SAT THX Speaker Selection
SAT DVD Audio Speaker Selection
TAPE MONO Speaker Selection
TAPE STEREO Speaker Selection
TAPE SURROUND Speaker Selection
TAPE THX Speaker Selection
LFE Attenuation
DTS Movie Mode
Dynamic Range
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
30
1
1
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Current Audio Input Aliases
ED
EE
EF
F0
F1
F2
F3
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Audio
Audio
Audio
Audio
Audio
Audio
Audio
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Mono Mode Speaker Selection
Stereo Mode Speaker Selection
Surround Mode Speaker Selection
THX Mode Speaker Selection
DVD Audio Mode Speaker Selection
Current Mode Speaker Selection
Audio Mode
18
18
18
18*
18
18
18
18
18*
18
18
18
18
18*
18
18
18
18
18*
18
18
18
18
18*
16
13
24
Note 20
C
C
C
C
C
C
5
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
18
18
18
18*
18
18
8
Preset Zone 2 (B) Parameters
(0,G,P2=FF,0;cs16)
Example of Get Z2(B) current preset title
(0,S,P2=A,1=60;cs16) Example of Set Z2(B) Preset 10 volume = 0 dB
Parameter
Description
Parameter
Formatting Notes
Identifier
Max Values
Notes
(in hex)
(in hex)
00
Title
"D"
01
Volume
6F
Note 1
02
Balance
30
Note 15
03
Current Audio Input
7
Note 3_Z2
04
Tuner Band
1
Note 4
05
Tuner AM Frequency
74, 81
Note 5, 5a
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06
07
09
0A
0B
0C
Tuner
Tuner
Z2(B)
Z2(B)
Z2(B)
Z2(B)
FM Frequency
FM Mode
Favorite
Current Video
Current V2 Audio
Current V2 Video
67, CD
1
1
7
7
7
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
6, 6a
7
17
3_Z2
19_Z2
22
Appendix A, Preset Parameter Notes (All Zones)
(0,G,P1=FF,0;cs16)
(0,S,P1=A,1=60;cs16)
(0,G,P2=FF,0;cs16)
(0,S,P2=A,1=60;cs16)
Example
Example
Example
Example
of
of
of
of
Get
Set
Get
Set
Z1
Z1
Z2
Z2
current preset title
Preset 10 volume = 0 dB
current preset title
Preset 10 volume = 0 dB
(NOTE: hex values denoted by xxh convention)
Note 1:
Note 2:
0h = Mute, 1h = -95 dB,... 60h = 0 dB, ... 6Fh = +15 dB
0h = -12.0 dB, 1h = -11.5 dB, ... 18h = 0.0 dB, ...
30h = +12.0 dB
Note 3_Z1: 0h = Tuner, 1h = V1, 2h = V2, 3h = V3, 4h = DVD,
5h = CD, 6h = SAT, 7h = TAPE.
NOTE: Changing the Current Z1(A) Audio Input can affect the
Current Z1(A) Tape Audio Input if the selected input
is NOT TAPE. If Current Z1(A) Audio Input is set to
TAPE, the Current Z1(A) Tape Audio Input remains
whatever the previous Current Z1(A) Audio Input was.
For example:
If Current Z1(A) Audio Input = CD and is
changed to DVD, the Current Z1 Tape Audio Input
is also forced to the DVD input.
If Current Z1(A) Audio Input = CD and is
changed to TAPE, the Current Z1(A) Tape Audio
Input remains CD.
Note 3_Z2:
NOTE: If the Z1(A) Audio/Video Link is true, changing the
audio input also changes the Current Z1(A) Video
Input (and also the Current Z1 Tape Video Input if
Current Z1(A) Audio Input is NOT TAPE).
0h = Tuner, 1h = V1, 2h = V2, 3h = TVV3, 4h = DVD,
5h = CD, 6h = SAT, 7h = TAPE.
NOTE: Changing the Current Z2(B) Audio Input can affect the
Current Z2(B) V2 Audio Input if the selected input is
NOT V2. If Current Z2(B) Audio Input is set to V2,
the Current Z2(B) V2 Audio Input remains whatever the
previous Current Z2(B) Audio Input was.
For example:
If Current Z2(B) Audio Input = CD and is
changed to DVD, the Current Z2(B) V2 Audio
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Input is also forced to the DVD input.
If Current Z2(B) Audio Input = CD and is
changed to V2, the Current Z2(B) V2 Audio Input
remains CD.
Note 4:
Note 5:
NOTE: If the Z2(B) Audio/Video Link is true, changing the
audio input also changes the Current Z2(B) Video
Input (and also the Current Z1(A) V2 Video Input if
Current Z2(B) Audio Input is NOT V2).
0h = AM, 1h = FM
10 kHz AM step tuning (USA)
if value = 0,
indicates uninitialized “OPEN” frequency
else,
(((value - 1)* 10) + 520) = frequency in kHz
((frequency – 520) / 10) + 1 = value
For example of AM Frequency of 2Ch:
(((2Ch - 1) * 10) + 520 = 950 kHz
((950 kHz – 520) / 10) + 1 = 2Ch
Note 5a:
NOTE: If the recalled preset contains an OPEN frequency,
the previous state of the tuner is unchanged.
9 kHz AM step tuning
if value = 0,
indicates uninitialized “OPEN” frequency
else,
(((value - 1)* 9) + 522) = frequency in kHz
((frequency – 522) / 9) + 1 = value
For example of AM Frequency of 2Bh:
(((2Bh - 1) * 9) + 522 = 900 kHz
((900 kHz – 522) / 9) + 1 = 2Bh
Note 6:
NOTE: If the recalled preset contains an OPEN frequency,
the previous state of the tuner is unchanged.
200 kHz FM step tuning (USA)
if value = 0,
indicates uninitialized “OPEN” frequency
else,
(((value - 1)* 0.20) + 87.5) = frequency in MHz
((frequency – 87.5) / 0.20) + 1 = value
For example of FM Frequency of 2Eh:
(((2Eh - 1) * 0.20) + 87.5 = 96.5 MHz
((96.5 MHz – 87.5) / 0.20) + 1 = 29h
Note 6a:
NOTE: If the recalled preset contains an OPEN frequency,
the previous state of the tuner is unchanged.
100 kHz FM step tuning
if value = 0,
indicates uninitialized “OPEN” frequency
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else,
(((value - 1)* 0.10) + 87.5) = frequency in MHz
((frequency – 87.5) / 0.10) + 1 = value
For example of FM Frequency of 5Bh:
(((5Bh - 1) * 0.10) + 87.5 = 96.5 MHz
((96.5 MHz – 87.5) / 0.10) + 1 = 5Bh
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
NOTE: If the recalled preset contains an OPEN frequency,
the previous state of the tuner is unchanged.
7:
0h = Mono, 1h = Stereo
8:
0h = Mono, 1h = Stereo, 2h = Surround, 3h = THX,
4h = DVD Audio
9:
0h = -18 dB, 1h = 17.5 dB,..., 24h = 0 dB, 30h = +6 dB
10: 0h = Off, 1h = Variable, 2h = Loudness, 3h = Theater
11: 0h = 20 Hz, 1h = 25 Hz, ...,37h = 300Hz
12: 0h =2.0 kHz, 1h = 2.1 kHz, ...,8Bh = 16.0 kHz
13: 0h = Off, 1h = On
14: 0h = Speaker Selection, 1h = HeadPhone, 2h = LtRt
15: 0h = Left 0.0 dB Right –12.0 dB, 1h = Left 0.0 dB Right –11.5
dB, ... 18h = Centered, ... 2Fh = Left –11.5 dB Right 0.0
dB, 30h = Left –12.0 dB Right 0.0 dB.
16: 0h = -24 dB, 1h = 23.5 dB, ..., 30h = 0 dB
17: 0h = No, 1h = Yes
18: 0h = One Speaker, 1h = Two Speakers, 2h = Three Speakers,
3h = Four Speakers Sides, 4h = Four Speakers Back,
5h = Five Speakers Sides, 6h = Five Speakers Back,
7h = Six Speakers, 8h = Seven Speakers, 9h = Two Speakers
Direct, Ah = Two Speakers LtRt, Bh = Two Speakers Headphone
*NOTE: Parameter not available for AVR 202+ or Reference 20+.
19_Z1: 0h = Tuner, 1h = V1, 2h = V2, 3h = V3, 4h = DVD,
5h = CD, 6h = SAT.
NOTE: The input will be forced back to the Current Z1
Audio Input if the Current Z1(A) Audio Input is NOT
set to TAPE. Reading Current Z1(A) Tape Audio Input
will reflect this forced behavior.
NOTE: TAPE is not a valid input.
NOTE: Changing the Current Z1(A) Audio Input will
overwrite this parameter.
19_Z2: 0h = Tuner, 1h = V1, 2h = V2, 3h = V3, 4h = DVD,
5h = CD, 6h = SAT, 7h = TAPE.
NOTE: The input will be forced back to the Current Z2(B)
Audio Input if the Current Z2(B) V2 Input is NOT set
to V2. Reading Current Z2(B) V2 Audio Input will
reflect this forced behavior.
NOTE: If the System Parameter “V2 Line Out”, 2Dh, is set
to “Tape Level”, 0h, is V2 is not a valid input.
Attempting to set the Current Z2(B) V2 Audio Input to
V2 under these conditions caused the V2 Audio Input
to be forced to the previous Current Z2(B) Audio
Input. Reading Current Z2(B) V2 Audio Input will
reflect this forced behavior.
NOTE: Changing the Current Z2(B) Audio Input will
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Note 20:
Note 21:
Note 22:
Note 23:
Note 24:
overwrite this parameter.
Current Audio Input aliases implicitly use the Z1(A) Current
Audio Input when referring to source specific parameters
0h = Mono, 1h = Stereo, 2h = Surround, 3h = THX
0h = None, 1h = V1, 2h = V2, 3h = V3, 4h = DVD,
5h = CD, 6h = SAT, 7h = TAPE.
NOTE: If the zone Audio/Video Link is active, changing the
Current zone Audio Input will overwrite this
parameter.
0h = None, 1h = V1, 2h = V2, 3h = V3, 4h = DVD,
5h = CD, 6h = SAT.
NOTE: If the zone Audio/Video Link is active, changing the
Current zone Audio Input will overwrite this
parameter.
0h = Normal, 1h = Reduced
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Appendix B, System Parameters
(0,G,S,13;cs16)
(0,S,S,3=”LASER”;cs16)
Example of Get System Surround Setting
Example of Set DVD Title to “LASER”
Parameter
Description
Identifier
(in hex)
00
V1 Title
01
V2 Title
02
TVV3 Title
03
DVD Title
04
CD Title
05
SAT Title
06
Tape Title
07
Power On Title Line 1
08
Power On Title Line 2
09
Left Level Offset
0A
Center Level Offset
0B
Right Level Offset
0C
Right Surround Level Offset
0D
Left Surround Level Offset
0E
Sub Level Offset
0F
Left/Right Front Setting
10
Surround Operation
12
Center Setting
13
Surround Setting
15
Sub Bass Setting
16
Center Delay
18
Tuner Level
19
V1 Level
1A
V2 Level
1B
TVV3 Level
1C
DVD Level
1D
CD Level
1E
SAT Level
1F
Tape Level
20
Color Scheme
21
Overlay Scheme
22
OSD Enable Setting
23
Monitor Type
24
Display Level Setting
27
Z1(A) Max Level
29
V1 Line Out
2A
Z2(B) Max Level
2B
Z2(B) Fixed
2D
V2 Line Out
2E
RS 232 Port Enabled
2F
RS 232 Baud Rate
30
BKC-DIP Receive ID
31
BKC-DIP Transmit ID
32
BKC-DIP Echo Enabled
33
BKC-DIP Update Enabled
34
Front Locked
Parameter
Formatting
Max Values
Notes
(in hex)
"5"
"5"
"5"
"5"
"5"
"5"
"5"
"10"
"10"
30
Note 1
30
Note 1
30
Note 1
30
Note 1
30
Note 1
30
Note 1
1
Note 2
1
Note 3
2
Note 5
2
Note 5
2
Note 6
C5
Note 7
18
Note 8
18
Note 8
18
Note 8
18
Note 8
18
Note 8
18
Note 8
18
Note 8
18
Note 8
A
Note 9
3
Note 10
1
Note 11
1
Note 12
2
Note 13
6F
Note 14
1
Note 16
6F
Note 14
2
Note 17
1
Note 16
1
Note 11
8
Note 18
7F
Note 19
7F
Note 19
1
Note 11
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Note 11
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3C
3D
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3F
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4B
4C
4D
4E
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5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
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6A
6B
IR Locked
Memory Locked
Advanced Menu Visible
Tuner Control Out 1
Tuner Control Out 2
Tuner Control Out 3
Tuner Control Out 4
V1 Control Out 1
V1 Control Out 2
V1 Control Out 3
V1 Control Out 4
V2 Control Out 1
V2 Control Out 2
V2 Control Out 3
V2 Control Out 4
TVV3 Control Out 1
TVV3 Control Out 2
TVV3 Control Out 3
TVV3 Control Out 4
DVD Control Out 1
DVD Control Out 2
DVD Control Out 3
DVD Control Out 4
CD Control Out 1
CD Control Out 2
CD Control Out 3
CD Control Out 4
SAT Control Out 1
SAT Control Out 2
SAT Control Out 3
SAT Control Out 4
Tape Control Out 1
Tape Control Out 2
Tape Control Out 3
Tape Control Out 4
Realtime Enable 0 register
Realtime Enable 1 register
Realtime Enable 2 register
Monitor Aspect Ratio
Tuner RS232 Control Out State
V1 RS-232 Control Out State
V2 RS-232 Control Out State
TVV3 RS-232 Control Out State
DVD RS-232 Control Out State
CD RS-232 Control Out State
SAT RS-232 Control Out State
Tape RS-232 Control Out State
Recall Volume
Preset Auto Naming
V1 Component Video
V2 Component Video
TVV3 Component Video
DVD Component Video
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6C
6D
6E
6F
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7A
7B
7C
7D
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7F
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8B
8C
8D
8E
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99
9A
9B
9C
9D
9E
9F
A0
A1
CD Component Video
SAT Component Video
TAPE Component Video
Right Back Level Offset
Left Back Level Offset
Delay Units
Left Delay
Right Delay
Right Surround Delay
Left Surround Delay
Sub Delay
Right Back Delay
Left Back Delay
Delay Out Of Range Map
Surround Back Setting
Crossover Frequency
High Pass Slope
Low Pass Slope
DVD Audio Input
Notch Frequency
Notch Gain
Notch Width
Subwoofer Inversion
Tuner Default Audio Mode
V1 Default Audio Mode
V2 Default Audio Mode
TVV3 Default Audio Mode
DVD Default Audio Mode
CD Default Audio Mode
SAT Default Audio Mode
TAPE Default Audio Mode
Tuner Mono Mode Default Speaker Selection
Tuner Stereo Mode Default Speaker Selection
Tuner Surround Mode Default Speaker Selection
Tuner THX Mode Default Speaker Selection
V1 Mono Mode Default Speaker Selection
V1 Stereo Mode Default Speaker Selection
V1 Surround Mode Default Speaker Selection
V1 THX Mode Default Speaker Selection
V1 DVD Audio Mode Default Speaker Selection
V2 Mono Mode Default Speaker Selection
V2 Stereo Mode Default Speaker Selection
V2 Surround Mode Default Speaker Selection
V2 THX Mode Default Speaker Selection
V2 DVD Audio Mode Default Speaker Selection
TVV3 Mono Mode Default Speaker Selection
TVV3 Stereo Mode Default Speaker Selection
TVV3 Surround Mode Default Speaker Selection
TVV3 THX Mode Default Speaker Selection
TVV3 DVD Audio Default Speaker Selection
DVD Mono Mode Default Speaker Selection
DVD Stereo Mode Default Speaker Selection
DVD Surround Mode Default Speaker Selection
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1
1
30
30
1
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
FF
4
24
1
3
6
8C
25
6
1
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A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
B0
B1
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
BA
BB
BC
BD
BE
BF
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
DVD THX Mode Default Speaker Selection
DVD DVD Audio Mode Default Speaker Selection
CD Mono Mode Default Speaker Selection
CD Stereo Mode Default Speaker Selection
CD Surround Mode Default Speaker Selection
CD THX Mode Default Speaker Selection
CD DVD Audio Mode Default Speaker Selection
SAT Mono Mode Default Speaker Selection
SAT Stereo Mode Default Speaker Selection
SAT Surround Mode Default Speaker Selection
SAT THX Mode Default Speaker Selection
SAT DVD Audio Mode Default Speaker Selection
TAPE Mono Mode Default Speaker Selection
TAPE Stereo Mode Default Speaker Selection
TAPE Surround Mode Default Speaker Selection
TAPE THX Mode Default Speaker Selection
Default EQ Selection
Default Bass Frequency
Default Bass Gain
Default Treble Frequency
Default Treble Gain
Default LFE Attenuation
Default DTS Movie Mode
Default Dynamic Range
Peak Level Limit
Z1(A) Audio/Video Link
Z2(B) Audio/Video Link
Z2(B) Input Linked to Z1(A) Input
Z2(B) Power Linked to Z1(A) Power
Zone A Zone ID
Zone B Zone ID
Test Tone Frequency
Realtime Enable 3 Register
Favorite Preset Recall Z1(A)
Favorite Preset Recall Z2(B)
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
3
38
30
8C
30
30
1
1
30
1
1
1
1
F
F
8C
7
1
1
System Parameter Aliases
F8
F9
FA
FB
FC
FD
All Inputs Control Out 1
All Inputs Control Out 2
All Inputs Control Out 3
All Inputs Control Out 4
Z2(B) Current Audio Input RS-232 Control Out State
Z1(A) Current Audio Input RS-232 Control Out State
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3
5
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5
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F
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Note
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Note
Note
Note
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26
Appendix B, System Parameter Notes
(0,G,S,13;cs16)
Example of Get System Surround Setting
(0,S,S,3=”LASER”;cs16) Example of Set DVD Title to “LASER”
(NOTE: hex values denoted by xxh convention)
Note 1:
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
Note 8:
Note 9:
Note 10:
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
11:
12:
13:
14:
15:
0h = -12.0 dB, 1h = -11.5 dB, ... 18h = 0.0 dB, ...
30h = +12.0 dB
0h = Small, 1h = Large
0h = Manual, 1h = Auto
0h = Normal, 1h = Large, 2h = Direct
0h = None, 1h = Small, 2h = Large
0h = None, 1h = Yes, 2h = Ultra
If Delay Units = Feet
0h = 0.0 ft, 1h = 0.5 ft,..., C6h = 99.0 ft
If Delay Units = Meters
0h = 0.0 m, 1h = 0.2 m, … , C6h = 39.6 m
0h = -6.0 dB, 1h = -5.5 dB, ... Ch = 0.0 dB,...18h = +6.0 dB
0h = Red, 1h = Green, 2h = Blue, 3h = Purple, 4h = Pink,
5h = Aqua, 6h = Lilac, 7h = Yellow, 8h = Black,
9h = Dark Grey, Ah = White
0h = Transparent Dark, 1h = Transparent Bright,
2h = Opaque Dark, 3h = Opaque Bright
0h = Disabled, 1h = Enabled
0h = Auto, 1h = Manual
0h = Low, 1h = Medium, 2h = High
0h = Mute, 1h = -95 dB,... 60h = 0 dB, ... 6Fh = +15 dB
0h = Zone ID 1, ... Fh = Zone ID 16
Z1(A) and Z2(B) IDs cannot be the same value
NOTE: Changing the Zone ID requires that subsequent BKC-DIP
messages (which specify zone) reflect this new
setting.
For example: If the Zone A Zone ID has been set to 4, to
get the volume of Zone A (now Zone 4) current preset,
the following command would be issued:
(0,S,P4=FF,01;cs16)
Note 16:
Note 17:
Note 18:
Note 19:
Note
Note
Note
Note
20:
21:
22:
23:
Note 24:
Note P4=FF NOT P1=FF
0h = Tape Level, 1h = Line Level
0h = Fixed, 1h = Variable
0h = 1200, 1h = 2400, 2h = 9600, 3h = 14400, 4h = 19200, 5h =
28800, 6h = 38400, 7h = 57600, 8h = 115200
Valid IDs are 00h to 7Fh. Receive IDs must be unique (to
avoid ambiguity)
0h = No, 1h = Yes.
0h = Hidden, 1h = Visible
0h = Off, 1h = Zone 1 (A), 2h = Headphone, 3h = RS-232
0h = Off, 1h = Zone 1 (A), 2h = Zone 2 (B), 3h = Zone 1 (A)/
Zone 2 (B), 4h = Remote, 5h = RS-232
Is a bit map to enable/disable specific Realtime Status event
updates. Each bit represents its corresponding Realtime
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Note 26:
Status specifier (See Appendix D). 0h = disabled, 1h =
enabled status for that specifier. For example, Realtime
Enable 1 register = 3Eh indicates:
Bit
Specifier
Description
Status
0(LSB)8h
Audio Coding
disabled
1
9h
PCM Deemphasis
enabled
2
Ah
OSD Display Update
enabled
3
Bh
FP Display Update
enabled
4
Ch
LED Buffer 0
enabled
5
Dh
LED Buffer 1
enabled
6
Eh
OSD Cursor Row Flashing disabled
7(MSB)Fh
OSD Cursor Col Flashing disabled
0h = 4:3, 1h = 16:9
Control Out State is a bit map of all 4 control outs for that
specific input.
Bit
Value
Control Out
0
1h
Control Out 1
1
2h
Control Out 2
2
4h
Control Out 3
3
8h
Control Out 4
0 = Off, 1 = On.
For example, DVD Control Out State = Bh and input is DVD:
Control Out 1 on (Bit 0 = 1)
Control Out 2 off (Bit 1 = 0)
Control Out 3 on (Bit 2 = 1)
Control Out 4 on (Bit 3 = 1)
NOTE: RS-232 Control Out settings are only valid if the
particular Control Out Setting for that input is set
to RS-232. For example, assume the following:
Zone 1 (A) is on
Zone 2 (B) is off
Input is DVD
DVD
DVD
DVD
DVD
Control
Control
Control
Control
Out
Out
Out
Out
1
2
3
4
3h
5h
2h
0h
(RS-232)
(RS-232)
(Zone 2 (B))
(off)
DVD RS-232 Control Out State is Bh
The control outs would be as follows:
Control Out 1
on (RS-232 active, Bit 0 = 1)
Control Out 2
off(RS-232 active, Bit 1 = 2)
Control Out 3
off(Zone 2 is off, DVD
Control Out State Bit 2 is
ignored because Zone 2 not
RS-232 selected)
Control Out 4
off(DVD control Out 4 0h
(off), Control Out State Bit
3 is ignored because Off not
RS-232 selected)
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Note 28:
Note 29:
Note 30:
0h = Off, 1h = On
0h = Video1, 1h = Video2
*NOTE: Parameter not available in AVR 202+ or Reference 20+.
0h = Feet, 1h = Meters
The bit map represents current Delay status.
0h = in range, 1h = out of range.
For example, Delay Out Of Range = 3Eh indicates:
Bit
0(LSB)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7(MSB)
Note 31:
Note 32:
Note 33:
Note 34:
Note 35:
Note 36:
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
37:
38:
39:
40:
41:
42:
43:
44:
Description
Left Front Delay
Center Delay
Right Front Delay
Right Surround Delay
Right Back Delay
Left Back Delay
Left Surround Delay
Sub Delay
Status
in range
out of range
out of range
out of range
out of range
out of range
in range
in range
NOTE: After setting any of the delay parameters (System
Identifiers 16h, and 72h – 79h) the Delay Out of Range
Map should be polled to determine if any of the delay
parameters’ “out of range” status has changed.
0h = 20 Hz, 1h = 25 Hz, ..., 24h = 200 Hz
0h = None, 1h = V1, 2h = V2, 3h = V3, 4h = DVD,
5h = CD, 6h = SAT
0h = 60 Hz, 1h = 62Hz, ..., 2Dh = 150Hz
0h = -Inf dB, 1h = -18.0 dB, ..., 25h = 0.0 dB
The width is measured in Q, “Quality Factor”. The higher the
Q, the narrower the notch. Thus, the Notch Width Q settings
are:
0h = 21.0, 1h = 18.0, ..., 6h = 3.0
As a more intuitive way of representing width, the Q and the
center frequency can be used to calculate the frequency width
of the notch. The equations for this are:
FreqLow = FreqCenter * (1 – (1/(2*Q)))
FreqHigh = FreqCenter * (1 + (1/(2*Q)))
Where FreqCenter is the center frequency and Q is the quality
factor of the filter.
0h = One Speaker, 1h = Two Speakers, 2h = Three Speakers,
3h = Four Speakers Sides, 4h = Four Speakers Back,
5h = Five Speakers Sides, 6h = Five Speakers Back,
7h = Six Speakers, 8h = Seven Speakers, 9h = Two Speakers
Direct
*NOTE: Parameter not available in AVR 202+ or Reference 20+
0h = Off, 1h = Variable, 2h = Loudness, 3h = Theater
0h = 20 Hz, 1h = 25 Hz, ...,37h = 300Hz
0h = -18.0 dB, 1h = 17.5 dB,..., 24h = 0.0 dB, 30h = +6.0 dB
0h =2.0 kHz, 1h = 2.1 kHz, ...,8Ch = 16.0 kHz
0h = -24.0 dB, 1h = 23.5 dB, ..., 30h = 0.0 dB
0h = 6dB, 1h = 12dB
0h = External, 1h = 6 dB, 2h = 12 dB, 3h = 24 dB
0h = None, 1h = One Small, 2h = One Large, 3h = Two Small,
4h = Two Large
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Note 46:
Note 47:
Note 48:
Note 49:
Note 50:
Note 51:
System Parameter aliases implicitly refer to the
corresponding Current Audio Input (either Z1(A) or Z2(B))
when referring to source specific parameters, or All inputs
when denoted as “All” aliases.
0h = No, 1h = Yes. If Yes, changing corresponding zone’s
audio input forces video input the same, else No and the
zone’s video input is not affected by audio input changes.
0h = 20 Hz, 1h = 22 Hz, ..., 8Ch = 300 Hz
0h = Mono, 1h = Stereo, 2h = Surround, 3h = THX
*NOTE: 3h = THX is not available in AVR 202+ and Reference
20+. In these units the max value is 2h.
0h = Mono, 1h = Stereo, 2h = Surround, 3h = THX,
4h = DVD Audio
*NOTE: 3h = THX is not available in AVR 202+ and Reference
20+. Selecting 3h will result in undetermined
behavior, and should be avoided.
0h = Normal, 1h = Reduced
0h = “ENTER” Button required to recall Favorite Preset,
1h = Automatically recall Favorite Preset
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Appendix C, Tuner Station Parameters
Tuner Stations are not supported in Series II.
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Appendix D, Realtime Status Parameters
(0,G,R,5;cs16)
(0,S,S,59=20;cs16)
Parameter
Identifier
(in hex)
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
Example of Get Sample Rate
Example of Set Realtime Sample Rate
Update
Bit/
Description
RealTime
Register
0/0
Analog Input Presence
1/0
Analog Output Presence
2/0
Digital Mode
3/0
Video Mode
4/0
DSP Mode
5/0
Sample Rate
6/0
Category Code
7/0
PnP Surround Mode
0/1
Audio Coding Mode
1/1
PCM De-emphasize
2/1
OSD Display Update
3/1
Front Panel Display Update
4/1
LED Buffer 0
5/1
LED Buffer 1
6/1
OSD Cursor Row Flashing
7/1
OSD Cursor Column Flashing
0/2
Front Panel Column Flashing
1/2
BKC DIP Display Override
2/2
Menu Mode
3/2
Zone 1 (A) Power
4/2
Zone 2 (B) Power
5/2
Zone 1 (A) Mute
6/2
Zone 2 (B) Mute
7/2
Digital Mode Z2(B)
0/3
FM Stereo Detect
1/3
Tuner Stereo State
2/3
Speaker Usage
Parameter
Max Values
(in hex)
1
1
2
4
9
3
7F
4
F
1
1
1
FF
7D
B
1C
20
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
F
Formatting
Notes
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
1
1
2
15
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
11
12
13
14
14
14
14
2
16
17
18
Appendix D, Realtime Status Parameter Notes
(0,G,R,5;cs16)
(0,S,S,59=20;cs16)
Example of Get Sample Rate
Example of Set Realtime Sample Rate
Update
(NOTE: hex values denoted by xxh convention)
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
Note 5:
0h = signal not present, 1h = signal present
0h = no digital, 1h = coax active, 2h = optical active
0h = Unknown Mode, 1h = AC3 Mode, 2h = AC3 RF Mode,
3h = AC3 DVD Mode, 4h = DTS Mode, 5h = DTS DVD Mode,
6h = PCM Mode, 7h = DIGILOG Mode, 8h = Analog Mode,
9h = Noise Mode,
0 = 32 kHz, 1 = 44.1 kHz, 2 = 48kHz, 3 = 64 kHz,
4h = 88.2 kHz, 5h = 96 kHz
refer to IEC-958 for a complete listing
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Note 7:
Note 8:
Note 9:
Note 10:
Note 11:
Note 12:
Note 13:
Note 14:
Note 15:
Note 16:
some common codes:
01h = CD/LD,
03h = DAT,
09h = LD RF AC3,
0Bh = DVHS,
19h = DVD,
49h = MD
0h = Mono, 1h = 3 Stereo, 2h = Surround,
3h = THX, 4h = DVD Audio
0h = 2.0 (dual mono, no center,
no rear,
1h = 1.0 (mono,
only center,
no rear,
2h = 2.0 (stereo,
no center,
no rear,
3h = 3.0 (stereo,
center,
no rear,
4h = 3.0 (stereo,
no center,
mono rear,
5h = 4.0 (stereo,
center,
mono rear,
6h = 4.0 (stereo,
no center, stereo rear,
7h = 5.0 (stereo,
center, stereo rear,
8h = 2.1 (dual mono, no center,
no rear,
9h = 1.1 (mono,
only center,
no rear,
Ah = 2.1 (stereo,
no center,
no rear,
Bh = 3.1 (stereo,
center,
no rear,
Ch = 3.1 (stereo,
no center,
mono rear,
Dh = 4.1 (stereo,
center,
mono rear,
Eh = 4.1 (stereo,
no center, stereo rear,
Fh = 5.1 (stereo,
center, stereo rear,
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
LFE),
PCM data streams always returns 0h, 2.0.
DTS data streams always returns Fh, 5.1 (which is not
necessarily correct).
0h = no de-emphasize, 1h = de-emphasize
0h = no display update, 1h = display updated.
Except during explicit BKC-DIP display writes to either the
OSD or the Front Panel, the B&K device always updates both
displays. To reduce bandwidth requirements of the host,
usually enabling the Front Panel Display Update is
sufficient for monitoring display refreshes.
Front Panel LED indicating status is mapped into 2 LED
Buffers specified as LED Buffer 0 and LED Buffer 1. This
bit map represents which LEDs are currently lit. See
Appendix K for a complete listing of LED mapping.
The cursor character is primarily used when editing titles.
The cursor coordinates are sent every time the cursor
flashes (at a rate of approximately 2 Hz, twice per
second), so it can be used to for both position and timing
information.
0h = Normal Display Content, 1h = BKC-DIP Overriding
Display Content
0h = Overlay Mode (over video if present), 1h = Menu Mode
0h = Off, 1h = On. To set these global parameters issue
(Set) the appropriate IR commands.
0h = No Video, 1h = S-Video, 2h = Composite Video,
3h = Both Video, 4h = Unknown Video
0h = Mono Tuner station, 1h = Stereo Tuner station
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Note 17:
Note 18:
0h = Mono, 1h = Stereo
Value
0h
1h
2h
3h
4h
5h
6h
7h
8h
9h
Ah
Bh
Ch
Dh
Eh
Fh
Speakers
L,R (LtRt)
C
L,R
L,C,R
L,R,Sl,Sr
L,R,Sbl (mono Surround Back)
L,R,Sbl,Sbr (stereo Surround Backs)
L,C,R,Sl,Sr
L,C,R,Sbl (mono Surround Back)
L,C,R,Sbl,Sbr (stereo Surround Backs)
L,R,Sl,Sr,Sbl (mono Surround Back)
L,R,Sl,Sr,Sbl,Sbr (mono Surround Backs)
L,C,R,Sl,Sr,Sbl (mono Surround Back)
L,C,R,Sl,Sr,Sbl,Sbr (mono Surround Backs)
L,R,Sl,Sr,Sbl,Sbr (stereo Surround Backs)
L,C,R,Sl,Sr,Sbl,Sbr (stereo Surround Backs)
Where:
L
C
R
Sl
Sr
Sbl
Sbr
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Front Left Speaker
(Front) Center Speaker
Front Right Speaker
Surround (Side) Left Speaker
Surround (Side) Right Speaker
Surround Back Left Speaker
Surround Back Right Speaker
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Appendix E, Unit Parameters
(0,G,F4,0;cs16)
(0,G,F4,1;cs16)
(0,G,F4,C;cs16)
Parameter Identifier
(in hex)
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
Example of Get Unit Name
Example of Get Version
Example of Get BKC-DIP Version
Description
Unit name
Version
Number of Zones
Number of DSPs
DTS (if available)
Dolby Digital (if available)
Power amp
PAL/NTSC
AM steps 9kHz/10kHz
FM steps 100kHz/200kHz
ADC resolution
DAC resolution
BKC-DIP Version
Software Time Stamp
CHIRP Protocol (if available)
THX (if available)
Unit Serial Number (available V2.02 and later)
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Appendix F, IR Commands
(0,S,I,1=2;cs16)
(0,S,I,2=24;cs16)
Example of Set Zone 1 (Zone A) IR Save
Example of Set Zone 2 (Zone B) IR Volume +
IR Command
(in hex)
IR Description
02
04
0C
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
24
38
3B
3C
3D
40
44
45
47
48
4C
51
52
53
54
58
59
5C
60
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6C
6E
70
71
74
SAVE
(BALANCE) RIGHT
ENTER
ALL B&K POWER OFF
ALL B&K POWER ON
ALL B&K VOL DOWN
ALL B&K VOL UP
STATION +
ALL B&K 0 dB VOL
ALL B&K -20 dB VOL
ALL B&K -40 dB VOL
REVIEW
ALL B&K -60 dB VOL
ALL B&K MUTE
MASTER VOL +
TUNE +
OSD OFF
DISPLAY (TOGGLE)
OSD ON
POWER ON
REAR DLY +
POWER (TOGGLE)
STEREO
FREQ
2
THX (CINEMA)
SAT
DOLBY SURROUND (5.1)
EQ (B)
REAR LVL +
MONO
8
TV
PRESET MODE +
SOURCE –
SOURCE +
DISPLAY OFF
CENTER LVL +
DISPLAY ON
5
AM
TUNER
FM
UP
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78
7C
80
84
8C
90
94
98
9C
9E
9F
A0
A4
A6
A7
A8
AC
B0
B4
B8
BC
BE
C0
C4
C8
CC
D0
D2
D4
D7
D8
DC
E8
EC
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F8
FC
SUB LVL +
0
POWER OFF
REAR DLY 1
V2
+10 (A)
REAR LVL 7
TREBLE FRONT TREBLE FRONT +
V1
TEST
BASS
FRONT BASS
FRONT +
CENTER LVL 4
VLD
DN
SUB LVL *
EXIT (RETURN)
MUTE
MASTER VOL BAND
3
TAPE (TOGGLE)
PRESET +
DVD AUDIO (C)
ST/M
TUNE 9
STATION 6
CD
MUTE ON
MUTE OFF
LOUDNESS (TOGGLE)
MENU
(BALANCE) LEFT
ZONE (#)
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Appendix G, Front Panel Commands
(0,S,F,1=1;cs16)
(0,S,F,2=1;cs16)
Example of Set Zone 1 (A) FP Sleep
Example of Set Zone 2 (B) FP Sleep
Identifier
(in hex)
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
Front Panel Switch
Function
SLEEP
PRESET
ENTER
SAVE
DOWN
UP
SOURCE
MODE
MENU
VOLUME DOWN
VOLUME UP
CHORD 0: SLEEP + DOWN + UP
0D
CHORD 1: SLEEP + DOWN + SOURCE
0E
0F
CHORD 2: SLEEP + UP + SOURCE
CHORD 3: PRESET + ENTER
Unit Sleep Toggle
Increment Preset
Enter
Save
Down
Up
Increment Source
Increment Mode
Menu
Volume Knob Down
Volume Knob Up
Advanced Settings
Visible
Restore User Preference
Memory
Factory Reset Unit
RESERVED
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Appendix H, Valid ASCII Display Characters
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 -+/?=*'
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Appendix I, Special Display Characters
Character
(in hex)
64
65
66
67
68
72
73
74
75
76
77
6E
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
71
Description
no tick symbol (long dash)
left 1/4 tick symbol
left middle 1/4 tick symbol
right middle 1/4 tick symbol
right 1/4 tick symbol
1/6 of solid vertical bar
2/6 of solid vertical bar
3/6 of solid vertical bar
4/6 of solid vertical bar
5/6 of solid vertical bar
6/6 of solid vertical bar
satellite symbol
G clef symbol
right facing arrow
left facing arrow
upward facing arrow
downward facing arrow
key symbol
heart symbol
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Appendix J, ASCII Table
Decimal
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Hex
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
ASCII
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
Decimal
Hex
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
ASCII
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
`
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
xx
NOTE: xx indicates non printable character
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Appendix K, LED Mapping
LED
01h
02h
04h
08h
10h
20h
40h
80h
Buffer 0
= UP
= MENU
= MODE
= SOURCE
= PRESET
= SLEEP
= ENTER
= SAVE
LED
01h
02h
04h
08h
10h
20h
40h
80h
Buffer 1
= DOWN
= <NOT USED>
= Dolby Pro Logic
= 96/24
= Dolby Digital
= DTS
= Analog
= <NOT USED>
NOTE: Due to the front panel electronics, only one of each of the following electrical banks of
LEDs should be active at a time:
Electrical Bank A
UP, MENU, MODE, SOURCE, PRESET, SLEEP, ENTER, SAVE, DOWN
Electrical Bank B
Dolby Pro Logic, 96/24, Dolby Digital, DTS, Analog
Therefore:
(D, L, T00, 0=48;cs16)
Invalid, both PRESET and SOURCE cannot
be active
(D, L, T00, 0=04;cs16)
Valid, only MODE active
(D, L, T32, 0=02, 1=01;cs16)
Invalid, both SAVE and DOWN cannot be
active. Different LED buffers, but the same
electrical bank
(D, L, T64, 1=41;cs16)
Valid, DOWN and ZONE 2 (B) are in
different electrical banks, but the same LED
buffer
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Appendix L, X (executive) Commands
The following is a list of the supported Executive commands and details regarding their usage:
Recall Preset Command: (receiveID, X, 0, z=nn; cs16)
Zone z Preset nn is recalled to the current preset. Similar to the "G" get and “S” set commands, nn
can range from 00h – FDh, however it CANNOT be FFh for the current preset (as recalling the
current preset has no meaning).
NOTE: nn of FE is reserved for future expansion.
(00, X, 0, 1=4;cs16)
(00, X, 0, 2=7;cs16)
Recall Zone 1 Preset 4 to current preset
Recall Zone 2 Preset 7 to current preset
Save Preset Command: (receiveID, X, 1, z=nn, autoNameMode; cs16)
The current preset is saved to Zone z Preset nn. . Similar to the "G" get and “S” set commands, nn
can range from 00h – FDh, however it CANNOT be FFh for the current preset (as saving the
current preset has no meaning).
NOTE: nn of FE is reserved for future expansion.
(00, X, 1, 1=3;cs16)
(00, X, 1, 2=9;cs16)
Save current preset to Zone 1 Preset 3
Save current preset to Zone 2 Preset 9
The autoNameMode specifier can take on the following values with the following meanings:
0
1
2
Auto Name Preset, based upon state of System parameter Preset Auto
Naming
Do not Auto Name, regardless of System parameter Preset Auto
Naming
Force Auto Name, regardless of System parameter Preset Auto Naming
(00, X, 1, 1=8, 0;cs16)
(00, X, 1, 1=8, 1;cs16)
(00, X, 1, 1=8, 2;cs16)
Save current preset to Zone 1 Preset 8
Auto Name based on Preset Auto Naming parameter
Save current preset to Zone 1 Preset 8
Do not Auto Name, preserve Preset Title
Save current preset to Zone 1 Preset 8
Force Auto Naming, overwriting Preset Title
NOTE: If Preset Auto Naming is active, the preset title will be overwritten.
NOTE: The autoNameMode specifier is optional. If it is omitted its value defaults to 0, so the
preset title is Auto Named based on the state of the System parameter Preset Auto
Naming.
Power State Command: (receiveID, X, 2, z=onOff; cs16)
Zone z’s power state may be controlled using this command. The onOff parameter may take on
the values of 1 or 0 for “on” or “off (Sleep)” respectively.
(00, X, 2, 1=1;cs16)
(00, X, 2, 2=0;cs16)
Turn Z1 power on (unit not in Sleep)
Turn Z2 power off (unit in Sleep)
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NOTE: A Power State Command “on” is referred to as a “Warm Boot”.
Noise Generator State Command: (receiveID, X, 3, noiseState; cs16)
The B&K Component’s built in noise generator can be deactivated, activated in Regular Noise, or
activated in Peak Level Limiter Noise using this command. The noiseState parameter may take on
the values of 0, 1, and 2 meaning “deactivate noise generator”, “activate Regular Noise generator”,
and “activate Peak Level Limiter Noise generator” respectively.
(00, X, 3, 1;cs16)
(00, X, 3, 2;cs16)
(00, X, 3, 0;cs16)
Regular Noise generator activated
Peak Level Limiter Noise generator activated
Noise generator deactivated
NOTE: Noise is initially output to the Left Front speaker. The following Noise Steering and
Noise Increment commands can be used to control the routing of the noise to various
speakers. Each time the noise generator is activated, the noise routing is again reset to
the Left Front speaker.
NOTE: When the unit is in “Sleep”, attempts to activate the noise generator are ignored.
Noise Steering Command: (receiveID, X, 4, speakerIndex=onOff, ...
speakerIndex=onOff; cs16)
The B&K Components’ built in noise generator can be routed to specific speaker outputs. The
speakerIndex specifies which speaker and onOff determines whether noise is or is not routed to
that particular speaker.
The speaker index mapping for currently supported speakers is as follows:
0
Left Front
1
Center
2
Right Front
3
Right Surround
4
Right Back
5
Left Back
6
Left Surround
7
Subwoofer
NOTE: Noise routed to multiple speakers simultaneously is not supported on this B&K
Components device. If more than one speaker is set to the on state, the first “on” speaker
will have noise routed to it, and all others will be “off”
Attempting to route noise to the Right Back and Subwoofer simultaneously the command
would be:
(00, X, 4, 4=1, 7=1; cs16)
Noise routed to Right Back, Subwoofer off
Since the Subwoofer on state is ignored, the following is an equivalent command:
(00, X, 4, 4=1; cs16)
Noise routed to Right Back
NOTE: Each time the Noise Steering Command is issued, all previous speaker routing states are
cleared.
NOTE: Off states, “0”s are implicit since every occurrence of the Noise Steering Command
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clears all speaker routing states (the same as setting them all to “0”).
For example if previously noise was routed to Left Front:
(00, X, 4, 0=1; cs16)
And now it is desired to route noise to the Right Back the command would be:
(00, X, 4, 4=1; cs16)
Notice that the state of the Left Front has implicitly been set to off by the second
command explicitly turning the Right Back on.
Noise Increment Command: (receiveID, X, 5; cs16)
This command routes the built in noise generator to the next available speaker in the system. By
using the Noise Generator State Command to activate the noise generator, the starting state of the
noise routing reset to the Left Front speaker. Which speaker is next available depends on the
System settings. Some possible sequences are as follows:
Left and Right Fronts, Center, Left and Right Surrounds, Left and Right Backs, and
Subwoofer
(0,X,3,1;cs16)
Activate noise generator, Noise output Left Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Center
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Surround
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Back
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Back
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Surround
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Subwoofer
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Front
Left and Right Fronts, No Center, Left and Right Surrounds, Left and Right Backs, and
Subwoofer
(0,X,3,1;cs16)
Activate noise generator, Noise output Left Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Surround
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Back
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Back
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Surround
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Subwoofer
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Front
Left and Right Fronts, No Center, Left and Right Surrounds, No Left and Right Backs,
and No Subwoofer
(0,X,3,1;cs16)
Activate noise generator, Noise output Left Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Surround
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Surround
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Front
Left and Right Fronts, No Center, No Left and Right Surrounds, Left and Right Backs,
and No Subwoofer
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(0,X,3,1;cs16)
(0,X,5;cs16)
(0,X,5;cs16)
(0,X,5;cs16)
(0,X,5;cs16)
Activate noise generator, Noise output Left Front
Increment noise output Right Front
Increment noise output Right Back
Increment noise output Left Back
Increment noise output Left Front
Left and Right Fronts, No Center, No Left and Right Surrounds, No Left and Right
Backs, and No Subwoofer
(0,X,3,1;cs16)
Activate noise generator, Noise output Left Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Left Front
(0,X,5;cs16)
Increment noise output Right Front
Cold Boot Command: (receiveID, X, 6; cs16)
This forces the unit to do a “Cold Boot”, which is the same sequence of events that occur when the
unit is turned on from the power on/off switch. This differs from a “Warm Boot” (Power State
Command with onOff state of 1) in that all of the unit’s hardware is re-initialized.
NOTE: After issuing a Cold Boot command, the unit’s communication port is reinitialized.
Communication will have to be re-established. The unit cannot receive BKC-DIP
commands until the Update Unit “BKC-DIP ACTIVE” reply has been transmitted by the
unit (see Update Command below for further details).
Factory Reset Command: (receiveID, X, 7; cs16)
This command executes the factory reset sequence in the unit. The factory reset returns the state
of the unit to its original factory settings.
WARNING!:
Issuing a Factory Reset Command will destroy all user modified data in the
unit (preset, system settings, etc.).
NOTE: After issuing a Factory Reset command, the unit’s communication port is reinitialized.
Communication will have to be re-established. The unit cannot receive BKC-DIP
commands until the Update Unit “BKC-DIP ACTIVE” reply has been transmitted by the
unit (refer to the Update Command in the BKC-DIP Specification for further details).
Reinitialize BKC-DIP State Command: (receiveID, X, 8; cs16)
There are certain parameters and settings that are only available via BKC-DIP. On cold boot,
these states are reset. It may be desirable to reset these states without performing a cold boot. The
Reinitialize BKC-DIP State does the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Exits Override mode (setting Active to False), resets the acknowledge timeout to 0,
and resets all other override parameters to their corresponding System Settings (i.e.
the Override Baud Rate is reset to the System Baud Rate)
Disables all Realtime events
Restores Audio/Video linked on all zones
Resets all RS232 control out states for all inputs to off
NOTE: This command does not reset the state of the BKC-DIP parser.
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Test Tone State Command: (receiveID, X, 9, level; cs16)
This command is used to activate the Test Tone and set its level. Level can be 0, 1, 2, or 3
corresponding to Off, -42.0 dB, -36.0 dB, and –30.0 dB respectively.
(0, X, 9, 1; cs16)
(0, X, 9, 2; cs16)
(0, X, 9, 3; cs16)
(0, X, 9, 0; cs16)
Test Tone generator On at –42.0 dB
Test Tone generator On at –36.0 dB
Test Tone generator On at –30.0 dB
Test Tone generator Off
NOTE: The Test Tone frequency is controlled by the System parameter Test Tone Frequency
(see Appendix B for details).
Mute State Command: (receiveID, X, A, z=muteState; cs16)
This command is used to mute/unmute particular zones where z is the zone number and muteState
is 0 or 1 (unmuted or muted).
(0, X, A, 1=1; cs16)
(0, X, A, 1=0; cs16)
(0, X, A, 2=1; cs16)
(0, X, A, 2=0; cs16)
Mute Zone 1
Unmute Zone 1
Mute Zone 2
Unmute Zone 2
NOTE: This mute is the same as muting from an IR command. It also follows the same logic,
specifically that a Volume Up message on a specific zone will unmute that zone.
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Appendix M, Error Logs
(0,G,E,0,2;cs16)
(0,S,E,0=0,1=0,2=0,3=0;cs16)
Get Preserved State and Non-Volatile Memory error logs
Clear all error logs
The following is a list of the supported Error Logs and details regarding their meaning:
Preserved State Error, Identifier 0
The preserved state of the unit is that information which remains across a cold boot, but NOT in a
specific preset. Some examples are the current input and the volume of the unit when power was
removed.
Upon cold boot, the preserved state of the unit is recalled from non-volatile memory. Before
reinstating the value into the unit, it is compared against its maximum value. If the value is out of
range, the unit reverts to a default value and logs this as a Preserved State Error.
The presence of a Preserved State Error could indicate the degradation of the non-volatile memory
device (see Non-Volatile Memory Error below), or a power fluctuation during the storing of the
preserved state.
Unused RAM Error, Identifier 1
There are unused portions of RAM (Random Access Memory) in the system. These are initialized
to zero. Periodically these unused portions are scanned. In the event that something has corrupted
the unused RAM, this is logged as an Unused RAM Error. Since, by definition, this memory is
unused and error of this type does not affect the system in any manor.
The presence of an Unused RAM error could indicate the occurrence of a power glitch (i.e.
lightening strike).
Non-Volatile Memory Error, Identifier 2
Information, which must be maintained while power is not applied to the unit, is stored in nonvolatile memory. This includes the Preserved State, Preset information, and System Settings.
When writing the data to the non-volatile memory device, read back to verify the write. If the
values do not match, this process is repeated. If after several attempts the value cannot be
successfully written and verified, it is logged as a non-volatile memory error.
The presence of a Non-Volatile Memory error could indicate the degradation of the non-volatile
memory device.
DSP Boot Error, Identifier 3
The device responsible for processing audio in the unit is called a DSP (Digital Signal Processor).
The host processor (the on-board computer responsible for the user interface (switches, displays,
LEDs, RS-232, etc.)) is responsible for booting (initializing) the DSP.
If the DSP fails to boot properly after multiple attempts, the host processor reboots the entire
system and logs a DSP Boot error.
The presence of a DSP Boot error could indicate poor communication between the host processor
and the DSP, or possibly a damaged DSP board.
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Appendix P, Override Parameters
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(0,S,O,4=1;cs16)
Parameter
Identifier
(in hex)
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
FF
Example of Get Override Active state
Example of Set Echo Enabled
Description
Override Active
RS 232 Baud Rate
BKC-DIP Receive ID
BKC-DIP Transmit ID
BKC-DIP Echo Enabled
BKC-DIP Update Enabled
Front Locked
IR Locked
Override Timeout
Default
Values
(in hex)
0
3
00
00
1
1
0
0
0
Parameter
Max Values
(in hex)
1
8
7F
7F
1
1
1
1
FF
Formatting
Notes
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
1
2
3
3
4
4
1
1
5
Appendix P, Override Parameters Notes
(0,G,O,0;cs16)
(0,S,O,4=1;cs16)
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
Note 5:
Example of Get Override Active state
Example of Set Echo Enabled
0h = No, 1h = Yes
0h = 1200, 1h = 2400, 2h = 9600, 3h = 14400, 4h = 19200, 5h =
28800, 6h = 38400, 7h = 57600, 8h = 115200
Valid IDs are 00h to 7Fh. Receive IDs must be unique (to
avoid ambiguity)
0h = Disabled, 1h = Enabled
0h = No timeout, 1h = 0.1 second timeout … FFh = 25.5 second
timeout
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(receiveID,U,S,2=”DSP BLOCKED”;cs16)
(receiveID,U,S,3=”DSP DEAD, DSP RE-INIT”;cs16)
2
3
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Indicates DSP failure and reboot intiated
Indicates writes to DSP have been disabled
(receiveID,U,S,1=”CHIRP PROCESSING ENABLED;cs16) Indicates CHIRP processing enabled
1
Indication
BKC-DIP interface is active Device is ready to
accept BKC-DIP commands
Message
(receiveID,U,S,0="BKC-DIP ACTIVE";cs16)
Example Status Message
Message Number
0
(0,U,S,0="BKC-DIP ACTIVE";05FE)
Appendix Q, Status Messages