Transmitting a S-Link message




A 0-3 decimal number indicating which S-Link port to use.


Ahexidecimal string (not case sensitive) consisting of a whole number of bytes.


If multiple S-Link commands are sent in succession, devices on the S-Link bus require a 5ms or more pause between the commands to prevent confusing them as a single command. This pause is not automatically inserted by the Slink-e. The easiest way to insure this pause is  by sending a command which will cause the Slink-e to transmit 5ms of   "nothing" on the IR port


lowlevel:sl1[9000] lowlevel:ir[-5000]
sends the play command to CD Player #1 on SL1 followed by a gauranteed 5ms delay before another command can be sent out of this port.