How can a script determine which router source is sent to which output?


There are times when it is useful to be able to display the source that is routed to a particular output, or even vary the settings of devices based on the current routing. To do this we use a special function in the Lua programming language that is built-in to Helm.

Here’s an example panel

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1. Source select router bus group

2. Destination select router output bus

3. Router device

4. A text label that will show what source is currently routed to output 1

We use the router Tally Change Event Script

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out1_src = helm.getRouterSource("DUMMYRTR_1","0","0");

helm.set("LABEL_1","Text",out1_src);
This can only be done in Lua using the function helm.getRouterSource. The syntax for this call is:helm.getRouterSource(<router name>,<output number>,<level>)Note: the router name should be in quotes.

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2 comments on “How can a script determine which router source is sent to which output?
  1. Attila Konde says:

    How can I get the input name of out1_src?

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