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  • UltraPioneerAVR HSPI For HomeSeer 2

    UltraPioneerAVR HSPI for HomeSeer 2:

    UltraPioneerAVR is a HomeSeer plug-in (HSPI) that allows you to use HomeSeer to control Pioneer A/V Receivers that support the IP & RS232 control system.
    • Written in VB.Net 2008, 100% managed code.
    • Multi-threaded.
    • Tested on Microsoft Windows 7 32 and 64 bit.
    • Free 30 Day Trial
    • Available From HomeSeer Store


    UltraPioneerAVR HSPI Overview

    How It Works
    • UltraPioneerAVR implements the Pioneer IP & RS232 control system allowing HomeSeer to control your 2010 or 2011 Pioneer A/V Receiver.
    • UltraPioneerAVR uses a network discovery protocol to automatically detect the Pioneer A/V Receivers installed within your home.
    • You can control your receiver by simply creating a HomeSeer device for the desired function, then interacting with the HomeSeer device using the status web page, HomeSeer events, scripting or HomeSeer HSTouch.


    Features
    • Multiple threading allows UltraPioneerAVR HSPI to communicate with the Pioneer A/V Receivers without disrupting the performance of HomeSeer.
    • Support for up to 9 Pioneer A/V Receivers. However, the plug-in is currently limited to a total of 390 HomeSeer devices.
    • Provides the ability to control over 100 functions available on your Pioneer A/V receiver.
    • Create only the HomeSeer devices you need to control your Pioneer A/V receivers.
    • Ability to disable features not supported by your Pioneer A/V receivers.
    • Error Try/Catch logic to ensure plug-in doesn't fail with an unhandled exception.


    Requirements
    • Homeseer 2.2 or greater.
    • At least one Pioneer A/V Receivers that support the 2010 and 2011 IP & RS232 control system.


    HomeSeer Actions:

    Installation:
    • Install and uninstall support using HomeSeer's new plug-in install template.


    Basic Features (via RS232) are supported for the following Pioneer receivers:
    1. Pioneer Elite SC-05 (2008)
    2. Pioneer Elite SC-07 (2008)
    3. Pioneer Elite SC-25(2009)
    4. Pioneer Elite SC-27(2009)
    5. Pioneer Elite VSX-21TXH (2009)
    6. Pioneer Elite VSX-23TXH (2009)


    Advanced Features (via RS232 only) are supported for the following Pioneer receivers:
    1. Pioneer Elite VSX-31 (2010)
    2. Pioneer Elite VSX-30 (2010)


    Advanced Features (via RS232 or Network) are supported for the following Pioneer receivers:
    1. Pioneer Elite VSX-32 (2010)
    2. Pioneer Elite VSX-33 (2010)
    3. Pioneer Elite VSX-2020
    4. Pioneer Elite SC-LX53
    5. Pioneer Elite SC-LX73
    6. Pioneer Elite SC-LX83
    7. Pioneer Elite SC-35
    8. Pioneer Elite SC-37
    9. Pioneer Elite SC-1325
    10. Pioneer Elite SC-1525
    11. Pioneer VSX-2020
    12. Pioneer VSX-1125
    13. Pioneer VSX-1120
    14. Pioneer Elite CS-55 ' 2011 model
    15. Pioneer Elite CS-57 ' 2011 model
    16. Pioneer Elite VSX-50 ' 2011 model
    17. Pioneer Elite VSX-51 ' 2011 model
    18. Pioneer Elite VSX-52 ' 2011 model
    19. Pioneer Elite VSX-53 ' 2011 model
    20. Pioneer VSX-1021 ' 2011 model
    21. Pioneer VSX-1121 ' 2011 model
    22. Pioneer SC-68 /UXJCB ' 2012 model
    23. Pioneer SC-67 /UXJCB ' 2012 model
    24. Pioneer SC-65 SC-1522 /UXJCB ' 2012 model
    25. Pioneer SC-63 /UXJCB ' 2012 model
    26. Pioneer SC-61 /UXJCB ' 2012 model
    27. Pioneer SC-1222 /UXJCB ' 2012 model
    28. Pioneer VSX-60 /UXECB ' 2012 model
    29. Pioneer VSX-1122 /CUXESM ' 2012 model


    Version History:

    Version 1.1.3887.29002 - Released Aug 23, 2010
    • Fixed power status requests when using serial connection.


    Version 1.1.3896.34902 - Released Sep 1, 2010
    • Please delete all HomeSeer devices and re-create.


    Version 1.1.3887.29002 - Released Sep 26, 2010
    • Added ability to disable features not supported by your Pioneer receiver.
    • Added support for Pioneer Bluetooth Adapter.


    Version 1.1.4032.20261 - Released Jan 16, 2010
    • Added option to specify volume limits for master volume, zone2 volume and zone3 volume.
    • Add toggle to Master volume, zone2 volume and zone3 volume
    • Added toggle to master mute, zone2 mute and zone3 mute.


    Version 1.1.4093.30275 - Released March 17, 2011
    • Fixed toggle for master mute and zone2 mute.


    Version 1.1.4246.35995 - Released Aug 17, 2011
    • Fixed issues assoicated with HP Touchpad


    Version 1.1.4446.22190 - Released March 04, 2012
    • Added support for the Pioneer AVR 2011 receivers.
    • Complete redesign to support up to 9 Pioneer AVR 2010/2011 receivers.
    • This version automatically recreates existing HomeSeer devices so new features or bug fixes are available. The HomeSeer devices are only recreated when a new version of the UltraPioneerAVR HSPI is installed and when Pioneer A/V Receiver is first powered on.


    Version 1.1.4453.26554 - Released March 11, 2012
    • Resolved issue with watchdog reconnect.


    Version 1.1.4789.18265 - Released April 10, 2013
    • Minor updates to support Pioneer AVR 2012 receivers.
    • Fixed the link to user's guide.
    • Other minor code updates.


    Version 1.1.5300.23442 - Released July 06, 2014
    • Adds "Increase +0.5dB" and "Decrease -0.5dB" master volume commands which uses the VU and VD API commands.


    Regards,
    Ultrajones
    Last edited by Ultrajones; July 6th, 2014, 03:57 PM.
    Plug-ins: UltraMon, UltraM1G, UltraCID, Ultra1Wire, UltraLog, UltraWeatherBug, UltraPioneerAVR, UltraGCIR

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    Pioneer AVR Features

    The following features are supported by the UltraPioneerAVR HSPI.

    ** Not all features work with all Pioneer AVR receivers. Please check your Pioneer AVR manual for clarification.

    Master Controls
    Power: Turns the receiver on or off.
    Volume: Sets the listening volume.
    Mute: Mutes the sound or restores the sound if it has been muted.
    Input: Changes the input to another source or connected device.
    Listening Mode: Displays the current listening mode.
    Listening Mode: Setting Switches between supported listening modes.
    Tone Control: Applies the treble and bass tone controls to a source.
    Bass: Adjusts the amount of bass.
    Treble: Adjusts the amount of treble.

    Zone2 Controls
    Zone2 Power: Turns the zone on or off.
    Zone2 Volume: Sets the zone listening volume.
    Zone2 Mute: Mutes the zone sound or restores the sound if it has been muted.
    Zone2 Input: Changes the zone input to another source or connected device.

    Zone3 Controls
    Zone3 Power: Turns the zone on or off.
    Zone3 Volume: Sets the zone listening volume.
    Zone3 Mute: Mutes the zone sound or restores the sound if it has been muted.
    Zone3 Input: Changes the zone input to another source or connected device.

    Channel Level
    Front Left: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Front Right: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Center: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Surround Left: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Surround Right: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Surround Back Left: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Surround Back Right: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Subwoofer: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Front Height Left: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Front Height Right: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Front Wide Left: Sets the volume of the selected channel.
    Front Wide Right: Sets the volume of the selected channel.

    Audio Information
    Audio Input Signal: The audio input signal type.
    Audio Input Frequency: The frequency of the audio input signal
    Audio Input Channel Format: The audio input channel format.
    Audio Output Channel: The audio output channel format.

    Video Information
    Input Terminal: The video input terminal (HDMI, Component, etc.).
    Input Resolution: The video input resolution.
    Input Aspect: The video input aspect ratio.
    Input Color Format: The video input color format (HDMI only).
    Input Bit (HDMI Only): The video input bit (HTML only).
    Input Extended Color Space (HDMI Only): The video extended color space.
    Output Resolution: The output video resolution.
    Output Aspect: The output video aspect ratio.
    Output Color Format: The output color format.
    Output Bit (HDMI Only): The output bit (HTML only).
    Output Extended Color Space (HDMI Only): The output extended color space (HDMI only).
    HDMI1 Monitor Recommended Resolution: The HDMI1 monitor recommended resolution.
    HDMI1 Monitor DeepColor: HDMI1 monitor DeepColor.
    HDMI1 Monitor Extended Color Space: HDMI1 monitor extended color space.
    HDMI2 Monitor Recommended Resolution: HDMI2 monitor recommended resolution.
    HDMI2 Monitor DeepColor: HDMI2 monitor DeepColor.
    HDMI2 Monitor Extended Color Space: HDMI2 monitor extended color space.

    Video Function
    Video Converter: Converts video signals for output from the MONITOR OUT jacks.
    Video Resolution: Specifies the output resolution of the video signal.
    Pure Cinema: Optimizes the operation of the progressive scanning circuit.
    Progressive Motion: Adjusts the motion and still picture quality.
    Stream Smoother: Improves elements that reduce picture quality in network connections.
    Advanced Video Adjust: Sets the optimum picture quality for the type of monitor that is connected.
    YNR: Reduces noise in the luminance (Y) signal.
    CNR: Reduces noise in the input's color (C) signal.
    BNR: Reduces block noise (block shaped distortion upon MPEG compression).
    MNR: Reduces mosquito noise (distortion contours upon MPEG compression).
    Detail: Adjusts how sharp edges appear.
    Sharpness: Adjusts the sharpness.
    Brightness: Adjusts the overall brightness.
    Contrast: Adjusts the contrast between light and dark.
    Hue: Adjusts the red/green balance.
    Chroma Level: Adjusts saturation from dull to bright.
    Black Setup: Sets the black level according to the video input signal.
    Aspect: Specifies the aspect ratio when the input signals are output at the HDMI output.

    DSP Function
    MCACC Memory: Selects your favorite MCACC preset memory location.
    SBCH Processing: Switches on/off the SBch processing.
    Phase Control: Corrects phase shifting on certain discs.
    Virtual SB: Allows you to hear virtual surround back channel though your surround speakers.
    Virtual HT: Allows you to hear virtual height speakers though your front speakers.
    Sound Retriever: DSP processing is used to compensate for loss of audio data upon compression.
    Signal Select: Used to select an input signal.
    Analog Input ATT: Attenuates the level of an analog input signal to prevent distortion.
    EQ: Switches on/off the effects of the EQ Pro.
    Standing Wave: Switches on/off the effects of the Standing Wave Control.
    Phase Control Plus: Corrects phase shifting on certain discs.
    Sound Delay: Adjusts sound delay to match the presentation of the video.
    Digital Noise: Reduction May improve the sound in a noisy source in 2-channel signal inputs.
    Dialog Enhancement: Localizes dialog in the center channel to make It stand out.
    Hi-BIT: Adjusts the Hi-BIT available on some Pioneer A/V Receivers.
    Dual Mono: Specifies how dual mono encoded Dolby Digital soundtracks will be played.
    Fixed PCM: Useful if there is a slight delay before OFF recognizes the PCM signal on a CD.
    DRC :Adjusts level of dynamic range for movie soundtracks using Dolby Digital.
    LEF ATT: Sets the LEF attenuator to prevent ultra-low bass tones from distorting sound.
    SACD Gain: Brings out detail in SACDs by maximizing dynamic range.
    Auto Delay: This feature automatically corrects the audio-to-video delay connected with HDMI.
    Center Width: Provides ability to blend front channel speakers.
    Panorama: Enhances the front stereo image to include the surround speakers.
    Dimension: Adjusts the depth of the surround sound balance from front to back.
    Center Image/Gain: Adjusts the center image to create a wider stereo affect with vocals.
    Effect: Sets the effect level for the Advanced Surround or ALC mode.
    Height Gain: Adjusts the output from the front height speakers when in Pro Logic II HEIGHT.
    Virtual Depth: When selected, the sound field expands virtually behind the display.
    Digital Filter: Adjusts the digital filter available on some Pioneer A/V Receivers.

    AMP Function
    Speakers: Selects the speaker system settings.
    HDMI Output Select: Select which HDMI output.
    HDMI Audio: Selects the HDMI audio. AMP
    PQLS: Enables the Precision Quartz Lock system.
    Operation Mode Setting: Selects the operation mode setting.
    Sleep: Sets the Pioneer A/V Receiver sleep time.

    Tuner Function
    Tuner Frequency: Sets the tuner frequency.
    Tuner Band: Sets the tuner band.
    Tuner Preset: Selects the tuner preset.

    Misc. Function
    Panel Display: Shows the text available on the Pioneer A/V Receiver front panel.
    Panel Key Lock: Option to disable the keys on the Pioneer A/V Receiver front panel.
    Remote Lock: Option to disable the remote control function.
    Adapter Port: Device to control the functions available via the adapter port.
    Internet Radio: Device to control the functions available via the Internet Radio.
    iPod/USB: Device to control the functions available via the iPod/USB port.
    XM Channel: Device to control the functions available via the XM radio option.
    Sirius Channel: Device to control the functions available via the Sirius radio option.
    Last edited by Ultrajones; March 4th, 2012, 01:40 PM.
    Plug-ins: UltraMon, UltraM1G, UltraCID, Ultra1Wire, UltraLog, UltraWeatherBug, UltraPioneerAVR, UltraGCIR

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