IP Link® Device Interface
Communication Sheet
yama_5_5637_1.pke
Revision: 3/23/2012
This document provides additional assistance with wiring your Extron IP Link enabled product to your device.
Different components may require a different wiring scheme than those listed below.
For complete operating instructions, refer to the user's manual for the specific Extron IP Link enabled product or
the controlled device manufacturer supplied documentation.
Device Specifications:
Device Type:
Manufacturer:
Firmware Version:
Model(s):
CD
Yamaha
N/A
CD-C600
Version History:
Driver
Version
1
Date
2/23/2012
IP Link
Compiler
GC
Version
1.5.1
3.3.1
Notes
Initial version.
Driver Notes:
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IP Link® Device Interface
Communication Sheet
yama_5_5637_1.pke
Revision: 3/23/2012
Control Commands & States:
Audio Type
CD
USB
Disc
1 to 5
Function
Clear
Program
Keypad
0 to 9
Enter
Power Control
On
Off
Repeat Mode
Off
Single
All
Play
Pause
Stop
Search +
Search -
Skip -
Skip +
Open
Close
No Disc
Open³
Closed³
Stop
Play
Pause
Scan³
Forward¹
Reverse¹
Reading²
Status Unavailable
Connection Status
Connected
Disconnected
Power Control
On
Off
Transport
Play
Pause
Stop
Search +
Search -
Open
Random
Folder
Transport
Scan
Status Available:
Device Status
Close
1 - Not available on iPod mode
2 - Only available for USB/iPod
3 - Only available for CD mode
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IP Link® Device Interface
Communication Sheet
yama_5_5637_1.pke
Revision: 3/23/2012
MLC60 Series Supported Commands:
Audio Type
CD
USB
Disc
1 to 5
Function
Clear
Program
Keypad
0 to 9
Enter
Power Control
On
Off
Repeat Mode
Off
Single
All
Play
Pause
Stop
Search +
Search -
Skip -
Skip +
Open
Close
Random
Folder
Transport
Scan
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yama_5_5637_1.pke
IP Link® Device Interface
Communication Sheet
Revision: 3/23/2012
Cable and Adapter Requirements:
F/M RS-232 Straight serial cable
Notes for the Device:
Serial communication:
Port Type: RS-232
Baud Rate: 9600
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Flow Control: None
Pin Assignments Diagram:
Note: Captive screw connector may also be used as a serial connection.
General Notes:
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