6 Zone Home Audio Multizone Controller and Amplifier Kit, NO LOGO
    Product # 10761
    6 Zone Home Audio Multizone Controller and Amplifier Kit, NO LOGO
    Product # 10761
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    6 Zone Home Audio Multizone Controller and Amplifier Kit, NO LOGO

    Distribute and control music and other audio material to up to six stereo speaker zones using this 6-Zone Home Audio Multizone Controller and Amplifier.

    This multizone controller is a 6x6 matrix with six stereo audio inputs and six outputs. Each input channel can be independently directed to any of the output channels using the included remote control or the keypad controllers installed in each zone.

    The six inputs are 2-channel stereo, with four line level inputs using RCA jacks, one input on a 3.5mm TRS jack, and a Toslink digital optical input. A separate PA input allows you to override selected audio material and broadcast a single audio source to each connected zone. Additionally, a mute input allows you to mute each output channel using a single source trigger.

    Each output channel features an amplifier that is capable of delivering 50 watts/channel into a 4-ohm load or 25 watts/channel into an 8-ohm load. Each amplifier can be individually bridged to produce 100 watts into an 8-ohm load. The amp uses Euroblock connectors for the speaker level outputs, which takes less space than push-grip connector terminals. The Euroblock connectors can accept speaker wire up to 12AWG and can be removed from the amplifier for easier installation.

    Each output channel also features RCA line-level output jacks, allowing you to use a separate, more powerful amplifier in any output zone or to send the audio to a self-amplified component, such as a television display.

    Each zone is independently controlled at the zone using a wallplate keypad with lighted, soft-touch buttons. The keypads connect to the main unit using Cat5e or Cat6 Ethernet cable. Each keypad features an infrared "eye", which can propagate single-band IR remote control signals to individual IR transmitters connected to the master controller. This allows you to control the source devices from each zone using their native remote controls.

    The controller features 12 volt trigger outputs for each distribution zone, plus a master trigger for the entire system. This allows you to activate automated devices, such as lowering a projection screen or dimming the lights whenever the system as a whole, or an individual zone, is activated.

    Up to three master controllers can be connected together to provide a massive 6x18 matrix, with audio source and control information passed between master controllers using the included 18-pin ribbon cable. The master controller can accept 115V and 230V inputs. The voltage selector switch is covered to prevent it from being accidentally changed.

    The master controller features an RS232 serial input, which lets you program a computer for automated control. A complete list of RS232 commands and codes, including status reporting commands, is included in the manual. The package includes a 19" rack mount kit.

    Package Contents:

    • 1x MPR-SG6Z master controller/amplifier
    • 6x Keypad controllers
    • 1x Keypad in-wall hub connection plate
    • 1x Infrared remote control
    • 1x Expansion ribbon cable
    • 1x Rack mounting kit
    • 1x AC power cord (IEC 60320 C13 to NEMA 5-15)
    • 1x User's manual

    Model 10761 (MPR-SG6Z)
    Stereo RMS Power (8 ohms) 25 watts/stereo channel x6
    Stereo RMS Power (4 ohms) 50 watts/stereo channel x6
    Bridged (mono) RMS Power (8 ohms) 100 watts x6
    S/N Ratio >85dB A Weighted
    THD <0.1%
    Frequency Response 20Hz ~ 20kHz
    Input Impedance >47 kilohms
    Input Sensitivity 250mV
    Amplifier Protection Overload, Short Circuit, Thermal
    Systems ON Trigger Voltage +12 VDC
    External Mute Trigger Voltage +12 VDC
    Infrared Frequency 38kHz
    Input Connectors 3.5mm stereo, RCA, Toslink
    Output Connectors Euroblock terminal, 3.5mm mono
    Power Supply (switchable) 115 VAC, 60Hz / 230 VAC, 50Hz
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 16.9" x 3.5" x 16.4" (430 x 89 x 416 mm)
    Weight 24.3 lbs (11.0 kg)

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    Can this unit be successfully wirelessly controlled by multiple Google Chromecast Audio units connected to 1-6 source inputs? And then output channels independently controlled or grouped via Chromecast audio groups? Are input sources trigger-able (ie: audio source like Spotify is cast to Chromecast audio unit one plugged into source input 1...will source input 1 wake up)? Thanks.
    A shopper on Jan 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. In order to better assist you, please feel free to contact us at tech@monoprice.com with a detailed question and our knowledgeable Technical Support staff would be more than happy to assist. Thank you
    Anyway to control the zones via bluetooth/multiple devices?
    A shopper on Nov 27, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Someone over on the AVS forum wrote a great app that runs on a PC that can control this unit very well. Once you have that app running, you can connect to it from your phone. There is not BT connectivity built in this unit though.
    Each zone need to hear same source or you can make different zone tune a different source?
    A shopper on Nov 25, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: The unit has six sources which can played in six zones in anyway you want. Party mode - you can select one source to play in all zones. Also, Each zone has its own input. you have select this source independently for the zone via a sliding switch. When you select a zone input you lose the access to common six zones and zone will be completely independent of other zones.
    together with rs232 control, specifically for volume. For example, if on the face plate the volume is set to 90%, then same zone is turned down to 30% through rs232, will the the remote receive that update or will touching the volume down one time raise the volume too 85% (lower from its previous 90% value, but actually raise from 30% current volume)?
    Svetlozar V on Dec 1, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Changes via RS232 are immediately reflected on zones remote.
    I can make all the zones to tune the same audio and does it work with automation systems?
    A shopper on Nov 28, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: It works with automation systems that can control devices via serial connections, and have a driver for this unit. You'll have to ask the vendor of the automation system if they have one. When you ask them, tell them it's the same interface as the Dayton multi-zone amp in case they have a driver for that one.
    still trying to get the IR repeat function from the keypad to a receiver connected to the main unit. has anyone successfully used the IR Repeat function ?
    Randall C on Feb 27, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I can get the IR function to work with the supplied remote(s) but have not had any success using the pass through function to control other devices. I am tryed to use multiple Monoprice supplied IR extenders (8059). I have tried individual zone connections and the "All" connection. Maybe I should try another brand/model IR device?
    12v trigger? Any examples or links of such a device?
    gary s on Jan 18, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: 12v triggers are to activate (power on) other devices like an external amp, projector,tv,screen. I.E. I turned on zone 2 and have the 12v trigger power on an extra 4ch amp for that zone because 6 speakers were needed.
    Where do you connect the different sources on the back of the unit?
    A shopper on Dec 10, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: You connect it to the inputs area. There is 6 inputs. 4 use rca jacks. 2 are 3.5mm stereo jack, and one can be digital optical in.
    If I have a zone say zone 1 selected in two rooms (A and B), and I turn the volume up in room A, will room B's volume also rise?
    New User U on Apr 17, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: If you have a source (e.g. CD player) which is selected in 2 zones (rooms), then no - the zones would be controlled separately. If you have a single zone (speaker output) wired to multiple rooms, then yes - they would always be controlled together thru a single controller (e.g. only in Room A). The first scenario is more typical.
    Does anyone know how the keypad hub works? Is everything wired in parallel from each keypad input to the output for the amp? I'm trying to think of how I can make a neater solution/hub for a rack (vs. the in-wall hub provide).
    New User U on Jan 19, 2017
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    BEST ANSWER: Each of the cat6/5e from the keypads plugs into a single gang size network adapter that is included with the unit. The single gang network adapter then has a single cat6/5e cable that runs from it into the 6x4 unit.
    The guide says to wire Cat cables in A spec, all of my pre wired cables are in b spec, will this really matter?
    A shopper on Dec 11, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: No, as long as both ends are the same there's no way it would matter. I've personally used this with T568B patch cables for testing and the keypads worked just fine.
    Is it compatible with airport express or other wlan adaptors as keypads are too old technology?
    A shopper on Dec 2, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Are you talking about replacing the keypads with some phone app? Then probably not. There is a RS232 post on the back so might be able to control some functions from a PC. But volume, channel and other setting are most likely only controllable form the keypads.
    It’s a nice unit and works well, but yes 1990’s technology. I’ve a few friends using Denon or Sonos and that technology is really nice. But plan on spending 2-3K for it.
    Does this work OK w/o installing the faceplates? I am only interested in using this product for the amp, not the wall mount faceplates.
    Barry S on Apr 24, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: As far as im aware there is no way to actually activate the Channel that you would be trying to power, for my system i power the device on and then have to push the select button to turn on the channel, which would go for each of the 6 zones, 1 channel (2 speakers) per zone, this cannot work like a 5.1 or 6.1, strictly 2 speakers per zone, although there are preamp outs so you can hook powered sub woofers to each of the channels so it could be 2.1 for each zone.
    so after wiring everything up, the keypads glow blue, but don't respond to button pushes. If I issue a command over the RS-232 port, they will display something. any ideas?
    Jonathan M on Feb 11, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry to hear that, please feel free to contact us at tech@monoprice.com with a detailed summary of the issue you are experiencing and our knowledgeable Technical Support staff would be more than happy to assist. Thank you
    Could this unit be used without the provided keypads, but instead be used with old school analog wall-mounted speaker volume controls, as though it were simply a dumb multi-channel amp? All outputs would have to default to max volume somehow.
    A shopper on Jan 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: To be honest I have never tried that. At quick glance I don not believe it is possible and there is no control on the unit itself to designate inputs to outputs without the keypad. Also no volume override. The only option I see would be through the RS232 control but may get a bit complicated
    are there recommended monoprice speakers that are paired well for this system?
    A shopper on Mar 3, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your interest in this multizone system. Any of our in-wall and ceiling speaker will work very well. The passive outdoor speaker are also good as well as the Select Bookshelf speakers.
    Caliber In-Wall Speakers 6.5-Inch Fiber 2-Way (pair)
    Caliber In-Wall Speakers 6.5-Inch Fiber 2-Way (pair)
    4-inch Weatherproof 2-Way Speakers with Wall Mount Bracket (Pair Black)
    4-inch Weatherproof 2-Way Speakers with Wall Mount Bracket (Pair Black)
    Select 4-Inch 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers (Pair), Black Finish
    Select 4-Inch 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers (Pair), Black Finish
    Is the ethernet hub for the wall plates self-powered or does it need a power source?
    A shopper on Feb 16, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: there is no power connection on the hub
    Can the face plate remotes play nice together with rs232 control, specifically for volume. For example, if on the face plate the volume is set to 90%, then same zone is turned down to 30% through rs232, will the the remote receive that update or will touching the volume down one time raise the volume too 85% (lower from its previous 90% value, but actually raise from 30% current volume)?
    Svetlozar V on Dec 1, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, faceplate of wall controller will show actual value even when set from RS232.
    IR port, can be use for controlling other devices besides this amplifier? I do not see IR out port on this unit?
    Waldemar B on Nov 22, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, there is an IR output on the back of the unit. Each keypad has an input IR port, and if you point a remote at it, those commands will be output on the IR output port.
    I am replacing a Russound CA 6X4 System with a Speakercraft external amp for some of the zones that have satellite speakers. Is the wiring the same? Should I send a picture of the back of the devices for you to look at?
    Mike D on Apr 20, 2017
    4.4 / 5.0
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    Decent product, a couple of drawbacks
    I'm giving this a 7 because of the value, otherwise I would have probably rated it lower. I've replaced a 20 year old 10 zone Niles system with impedance matching volume controls with this. The Niles system wasn't exactly the pinnacle of technology of today, but it probably was at the time it was installed. It sounded terrible.

    I ended up buying 2 of these units based on Monoprice's original description that said it would work as a 12x12 matrix. Well, it doesn't, it's 6x12. This means that if you chain them together, you can ONLY use the inputs on the master unit. And after I got it all installed, they changed their description to be accurate. Now that I've gone through the work of running the wire for keypad locations and installing it, I don't really feel like taking it out. But, there goes any hope of me connecting my TV's to the units so I can use the wall speakers for them. I'm more than a little upset about this, but the only consolation is that this setup was 1/3 the price of the Russound system I was going to put in.

    So everyone wants to know about the sound quality. It'd say it's very good. I'm running several old pairs of Infinity speakers, some Monoprice 4101's, and some really phenomenal Pioneer bookshelf speakers recommended by The Wire Cutter. There is a little distortion at high volumes, but turning it down a couple of notches fixes that. The sound is very similar to one of my cheap Class-T amps, which is actually pretty good. A friend of mine found the manufacturer of this unit and was able to find out what they are using for amp chips in these. They are made by NXP and the model number is TDA8920C. The amp chip is actually a 2x110W chip. So, if they are claiming 25W at 8 ohms, it's definitely being underdriven, something I suspected anyway due to the low amount of distortion at high volume.

    The one thing I just noticed tonight is that if I play music into input 4 (analog) or input 6 (using the optical input), when I set any zone to input 5 and crank it up, I can hear whatever is playing on input 4 or 6 very lightly. This is annoying. Audio is leaking somewhere in the unit. I bought 2 of them, so I tested this on the second unit operating completely separate from the first unit, and it has the exact same issue.

    The manual states that you need to run Cat5E or Cat6 to each keypad. In my experience, this is not true. A couple of my locations already had plain Cat5 running to them, and it works great. One run is over 100 feet. 2 of my runs already had 4-wire alarm wire to them. I looked at the hub, and some of the keypads only required 4 wires based on the traces on the board. I wired the 4-wire into pins 2, 4, 6, and 8 on the RJ-45 plug, and it worked! From what I can see on the hub, the first 2 jacks use all 8 wires, and JK3 and up use only 4. I'm guessing this is an RS-485 bus with two legs. One thing to note is that while both of those ghetto wired keypads work, the longer run of the two (80 feet) started to not work reliably yesterday. Weirdly enough, it's only the volume down button that doesn't always work. I'll try swapping out the keypad first, and if the problem persists, I'll run Cat5e since I have a gigantic spool of it and my wife loves it when I cut holes in walls to wire difficult locations. Update: I took a keypad apart, it's it's using an RS-485 bus. RS-485 will operate over standard 4-wire alarm wire and has a range of up to 10,000 feet. The wire should be twisted pair though, and my 4-wire stuff isn't twisted.

    As another reviewer pointed out, if you power down the main unit, all of the keypads lose their settings. This is ridiculously annoying. Having to go back and reset volume levels, inputs, and bass/treble settings is a pain in the butt. The IR repeating functionality works well. I'm not using it extensively since most of my stuff is network controlled, but I do use it for an FM tuner that's mounted in the rack with the rest of the stuff.

    There's also an AGC button on the back of this. It's off by default. I'm assuming this is automatic gain control. I turned it on and noticed no real difference.

    Another thing I should note, one of the main reasons I got this was for home automation announcements, and this has a paging function. The paging function works well. However, it would be nice if when it cut each zone back to the original input, it would fade the sound back in rather than just cut back to it. It would make things sound much more polished.

    I hooked up the serial port control so I can integrate it with my Vera. I still have to write the plugin, but I'm able to control the unit through the serial port. The protocol is simple to use and it works well. The only thing it's missing is the option to send unsolicited update messages. For example, when someone changes the volume on the keypad, I would like the unit to send a message over the serial port notifying what was changed. Since it doesn't have this, I will have to poll the unit on a regular basis to keep the status of everything updated in the home automation system. Also note that when using the ribbon to connect multiple units, ALL units can be controlled through the serial port on the Master. You do NOT need a separate serial cable to each unit. The serial ports on the units are female, so I had to use a gender bender to get a standard serial cable working with it. The lack of unsolicited messages is disappointing. I assume this can only be changed with a firmware update, and I have no idea how one would go about that or if it's even possible. There's no USB port on it, and I have no idea if it can be flashed over the serial port.

    Another thing I noticed is that the serial protocol supports Do Not Disturb for zones. I assume this is to keep those zones from being paged when using the paging function. I don't see a way on the keypads to put a zone in DnD mode, it appears to be only possible when using the serial protocol.

    I am also using the TOSLINK connection on input 6 with a Sonos Connect. The Sonos Connect doesn't have a very good DAC in it, but it actually sounds better when plugged into an analog zone with RCA cables. The DAC that's built into this thing is even worse than the Sonos DAC. The sound is noticeably brighter and more lively when using the RCA inputs rather than the TOSLINK with the Sonos.

    So, the bottom line is, this thing is a good deal for what you're getting. It functions just as the current description on it says. Sound quality is pretty good. Keypads feel solid and work well. It looks great in the rack. It's easy to hook up. But, there are a couple of annoyances. These annoyances aren't enough to make me return it, especially since my next cheapest option is nearly triple the price.

    PROS: Great value for the money. A comparable system from another manufacturer would cost nearly triple the price, or more. Easy to set up. Looks great in a rack. Sounds decent.

    CONS: Built in DAC for input 6 isn't very good. Keypads mounted in remodel boxes sit a little high and cause the wallplate to have a tiny gap. Sound bleeds over from some inputs very quietly, can be heard when turning up the volume on an input which has nothing on it.
    February 12, 2014
    Fine...unless it dies.
    I sure wish my app didn't die. We use it in our vacation house and it was working fine until one trip up it was "toes up". No signs of life. Power supply fuse tests fine but the unit is non-responsive.

    PROS: The sound quality is good and comparable to the high-ned NUVO I also own. Price is incredible. Installation is simple. Allows home automation via RS232.

    CONS: The unit stopped working. No lights. I checked the fuse in the back of the unit by the power supply and its fine. No lights on the front and none of the panels light up. Its dead.

    As reported by others the time to turn off a zone by pressing the keyboard is annoyingly long. There is no way to turn off (or on) all zones from a keypad. Would be simple to fix with a software update.
    December 1, 2015
    Great multizone package - monoprice scores again
    Replaced older Russound CA system with this unit. It is awesome - don't know why I waited. Reviews here really helped. Along the way the unit stopped powering on which required the top to be removed and the power supply fuse to be replaced but no problems since then. Configured with previously wired monoprice ceiling speakers across 6 zones. For extra credit, used an adafruit huzzah board and ESP-LINK firmware for wifi to RS232 bride which is also awesome. For awesome points, configured irule iphone app to control all zones remotely.

    PROS: Great package with superb amp, great looking room controlers and ability to control via RS232.
    Great manual with needed information including RS232 controls sequences.
    Monoprice delivery and service.

    CONS: Keypads are a little bright at night and cannot be dimmed.

    July 10, 2016
    Pretty Decent for Price
    Had a Niles ZR-4630 that was a great unit, but it stayed with my last house when I sold it. That product is discontinued and I tried to get one on the used market, but after buying a unit on ebay that didn't work, I decided to buy something with a warranty. I didn't need anything too fancy, so this looked like a good fit. Functionally, the Monoprice receiver is a decent replacement. The keypads are aesthetically attractive and the added ability to adjust base and treble is great. I miss the 5-button source control programmed into the keypad, but I have worked around that by putting cheap universal remotes near the keypads that take advantage of the IR repeater built into the receiver.

    As I mentioned in the cons, the keypads glow blue whenever the system is turned on and blue light makes sleeping difficult. I got around this by bringing the Cat5 cable out of the wall with a jack that continues on to the keypad. I leave it unplugged except when I want the system on in the bedroom. Plugging it back in is not a big deal since it's right by the keypad, but I wish there were a better solution.

    PROS: Pretty easy to set up for basic operation. No configuration necessary as long as you don't mind supplying and programming a universal remote in each location to perform simple tasks like jumping to next song or changing a channel. Nice looking keypads.

    CONS: Keypads are blue backlit, and they dimmed when the zone is off, but even at the dim setting, they are still pretty bright. Fine for living areas, but they are very bright in a sleeping areas with other lights out. Other than power the system down (whole house audio that you need to shut off to go to sleep?), it appears your only option is to unplug the keypad to shut off the light.
    August 4, 2014
    Great quality product
    This is my first whole home audio controller so I don't have any direct comparison to other brands however the product quality appears very good. I purchased this unit with 5 pairs of PID 4101 and 1 pair of PID 6971 indoor/outdoor speakers for our new house and they appear to be good compliments for the home audio unit. When researching other brands with similar functions and number of zones they were going to cost more than 2x that of the Monoprice unit! I think anyone considering buying a multi zone home audio controller should definitely consider this product.

    PROS: Quality built product, 6 zone capability, nice wall plate controllers, affordable price.

    CONS: None really. Only wish it came with color options for wall plates.
    February 21, 2014

    PROS: Great for the Price

    I wrote a Mixer for windows to centrally control and allow IP\Http commands


    Hope to have Html5 mobile app and Homeseer soon

    CONS: A lot of people have already commented on minor bleeding, but for the price it cant be beat!
    May 4, 2014
    Wonderful home audio solution
    When we built our house I knew I wanted to install speakers in the kitchen, living room, master bath, and porch, but at the time I didn't have the patience (or funds) to hire out yet another contractor to install a system. Instead we wired speaker cable to our various rooms and ethernet cable to where we thought we wanted volume control with all cables routed to under the staricase.

    Version 1 of the audio system was a home theater router with multizone output hooked to a few Apple TVs. It worked to stream mustic from our phones, but volume control was patchy and the ethernet controls were too slow to implement via a homemade Arduino/Raspberry Pi solution (dispite a fun few months of trying to do it).

    Other solutions were doing much more than I wanted and cost way more than I liked, but then lo and behold I found this. It was exactly what I wanted.

    Installation was pretty simple since I already had the ethernet cables routed to where I needed them (don't ask how I managed to go 2 years with a two-gang hole in my kitchen..) and voila! Volume and source control, with decent room to tweak the bass and trebble. I'm in musical hog heaven.

    Now there were two catches, one othem my fault. My patch cabling skills are still being worked on and I found that I had improperly set up my ethernet jack in one of my walls: even though I could pass a network cable tester and route a decent internet connection through the cable, plugging in the wall mount on that one cable literally shut off all of the ohter units. I don't know what protocol they're using but it uses every wire and is more sensitive than my netbook is. In any case, replacing the jack fixed the problem.

    Secondly, and its a minor thing, as mentioned I'm using Apple TVs to stream music from our phones. This means converting the HDMI/Optical audio output to analog inputs. That in and of itself is annoying but ultimately okay. The really odd part is there is one input group that allows digital inputs BUT it's input 6. This can be confusing to anyone who didn't do the installation, especially since it makes the most sense (at least to me) to have that be the primary music Apple TV. Oh well, minus one star for confusing the users a bit.

    As is I have 2 Apple TVs, an AM/FM tuner, and my old record player patched in and plenty of room to grow. Life is good, highly reccomend this product!

    PROS: Great sound quality

    Easy to use/install

    CONS: Only one digital audio input, and its in zone 6, not zone 1
    June 22, 2015
    Second summer with the Amp - Lovin it!
    Been using the amp for almost two years now and very satisfied!

    The only thing lacking was the ability to control via my Iphone so I decided to write a webapp

    PROS: Cheap and Solid

    CONS: Long time to shut off zones, and Volume keys aren't active while changing sources.

    July 30, 2015
    Great Product. Great Sound. Great Build. Great Support!

    PROS: This is a solid unit with plenty of power. I've tested it with many different speakers beside other amps and it performs really well. Better than expected. I'm so pleased with the amp that I'm buying another one. Great support too!

    CONS: Keypads do not have mute option (only on the remote) and it's not easy to quickly silence a zone from the keypad (you need to hold the power button for 4 seconds to turn it off / mute it without the remote). Also (in case it's not clear), it's not possible to adjust other zones from any keypad - this would have been a very nice feature. Finally, when you bridge the amp for more power / use with a single speaker, the Left and right input channels are not summed (i.e. you will only hear the left or right input channel). All in all, these are minor cons with workarounds.
    May 14, 2015
    Great Versatile Device
    Out of the box this is a great device. Good power, 6 inputs including an optical. I don't use the keypads, but they look nice. The full set of RS232 controls is great. I use an app on my iPhone and iPads to control everything in my house and it's perfect. Search the App Store for monoprice audio control.

    PROS: Power
    Optical input

    CONS: No Ethernet input for the commands, could support RS232 over IP.
    October 28, 2016

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