do you know if drivers are already available for ICON 700 ?
Are you looking for the CLI? If so it can be found in the same location as previous Icon models
i mean drivers to communicate with device controler like crestron ...?
Modules are typically created and maintained by the automation manufacturer (Crestron, AMX, Extron), not Lifesize. Lifesize is currently investigating the use of a third party to create a Crestron module to get to market faster but the 700 can be controlled today using the CLI.
Modules - Manufacturer - L - LifeSize Communications, Inc. - Crestron Application Market
The last Icon module for Crestron was written by a third party. If the CLI has not changed the same module will work. An updated Icon module for Crestron is in test now.
The 700 is a new model Icon that is will not be able to be controlled by the existing Crestron Icon module (for the 400/600/800 series).
Ok, since we do not have an ICON 700 unit, can you post a link to the 700 API?
Attaching a PDF
According to this document, there's no mention when connecting to the 700 that it defaults to a rbsh prompt, but a $ prompt is shown to enter in CLI commands. Does that mean rbsh is not used?
Did you have any luck with the Crestron module test with the Icon 700? Or potentially create a functioning module?
I was actually adding the latest Extron Icon700 driver to a system, so not Crestron.
The documentation of this driver only mentioned an IP connection though and it turned out that the current firmware indeed only supports the CLI through IP, not USB/RS-232.
In the situation where we need the Icon700 automation, the control system and video conferencing are on separate networks, so we need RS-232 control.
We are used to automating all current and older Lifesize systems by RS-232 control, by using a compatible USB tot RS-232 adapter cable, like this one:
Luckily the Icon700 for this Extron system isn’t installed yet. Due to the implications of the transition to the Galaxy network we had to postpone this action and thus we ordered and installed an Icon600 as a temporary solution.
We will only install the Icon700 (probably on a temporary Lifesize Cloud demo account I created), if the RS-232 control option is added.
Please keep me informed! I”ll be able to test with this Extron driver as soon as there is the RS-232 connection is supported, so if there is any beta version of Icon700 firmware you want me to test, I could do that
With kind regards,
6604 LV Wijchen
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Yeah I was hoping there'd be an updated module that would allow IP connection. I've fully tested out my old IP module for the 600/800 units and that did not work. I've also tested out the SSH version that is on the crestron market place for 400-600-800 and it also failed for me.
I'm having a look through the PRocessor.usp file that looks like it will hold the CLI commands and spit out them via IP to the ICON. Right now, it looks like gibberish but if I get a working Module I'll share it.
I'm really hoping to avoid USB/RS232 option because IP is a hell of a lot more useful and responsive and requires less cabling (which I hate with a fiery passion). Although I will say, I was unaware of a USB to RS232 cable and am very interested in trying that out (it might not work for my environment but I'll try anything once).
My situation however is a little more dire, I've already got to replace one 600 with a 700 essentially breaking my room, but I can reconfig a few things but it starts to break down the automation we have in place.
Also very important: Is it still possible to control the unit through USB (RS232 adapter)?
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