03-17-2012 03:58 AM
If I have, say, a 6,000 millisecond power on delay for my TV, does that mean
a) the remote will send no commands to ANY devices during those 6,000 milliseconds after powering on the TV; or
b) does it mean that it will not send commands to the TV for 6,000 milliseconds after telling the TV to turn on, but will continue to send commands to other devices?
What if the order of commands is such that there are commands to other devices that appear after a second command to the TV? Does the remote wait until 6,000 milliseconds have passed to send the second command to the TV, send that second command and then continue with the commands to other devices? ie it respects the order of commands and if that means other devices waiting for commands, so be it (?).
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03-17-2012 01:08 PM
b is the correct answer. The power on delay is only set once when starting an activity. The Power On delay is the time needed for the TV to wait after first powering on before it will accept it's first command, usually an Input command, it will not wait another 6000ms before it process any further commands