Alpha Communications Protocol
Alpha Communications Protocol is the language of Betabrite, Alpha, Alpha Premiere, Alpha Eclipse, and AlphaVision displays manufactured by Adaptive Micro Systems.
Alpha Communications Protocol has evolved over the past ten years. The Alpha Communications Protocol manual distinguishes between each of the releases of the Alpha Communications Protocol:
When Adaptive Micro Systems introduces a new sign, the sign is backwards-compatible with earlier protocol releases.
Alpha 2.0 protocol was introduced with the Alpha Premiere models to support the new features in this sign. Alpha Eclipse 2500, 2600, 2601, 3500, and 3501 models also utilize Alpha 2.0 protocol.
Alpha 3.0 protocol was introduced with the Alpha Eclipse 3600 Pure Color models to support the new features in these signs.
Alpha Communication Protocol instructions may be incorporated into any software program that needs to send information to an Adaptive Micro Systems display.
The Alpha Communication Protocol Manual lists every instruction needed to control the communications and display of text, graphics, and animations. It also explains how to sequence and schedule multiple messages. It also explains how to incorporate features such as automatic counters in messages. Control codes are shown for:
Brochure and Programmer Reference Manuals
Alpha Models Supported
Betabrite Models Supported
Technical support for Alpha Communications Protocol is billable, unless you have purchased your display from Alpha-American Programmable Signs. For technical support, please call Alpha-American at (800) 223-4636 or use our Request Form.
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