Mitsubishi Electric XL50 series System information

DLPTM Data Display
PH50 series (SXGA+ models)
XL20/XL50 series (XGA models)
Serial Communications
November 15, 2005 (REV 4.0)
Table of Contents
1.
PRODUCT LIST ............................................................................................................................. 6
2.
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL ................................................................................................... 7
2.1. Communication rules............................................................................................................... 7
2.2. Command character strings .................................................................................................... 7
2.3. Command ID ........................................................................................................................... 7
2.4. Integral parameter ................................................................................................................... 7
2.5. Sequence ................................................................................................................................ 7
2.6. Command return value ............................................................................................................ 8
2.7. UP command and update supporting command ..................................................................... 9
2.8. Notice ...................................................................................................................................... 9
3.
CONTROL .................................................................................................................................... 11
3.1. Control commands ................................................................................................................ 11
3.1.1.
vP (Power)...................................................................................................................... 11
3.1.2.
UP (Update) ................................................................................................................... 12
3.1.3.
Pmute (Mute) ................................................................................................................. 12
3.1.4.
Calldisp (Display Memory Call) ...................................................................................... 12
3.1.5.
Callinp (Input Memory Call)............................................................................................ 13
3.1.6.
Ohmpos (H multi position).............................................................................................. 13
3.1.7.
Ovmpos (V multi position) .............................................................................................. 14
3.1.8.
ST(Status Information) ................................................................................................... 15
3.1.9.
System (System Information)......................................................................................... 16
3.1.10.
Pinp (Input Select) ...................................................................................................... 18
3.1.11.
PLampChange (Lamp Change) ................................................................................. 18
4.
ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................. 19
4.1. Commands for Servise menu................................................................................................ 19
4.1.1.
PALC (Set Initial Sensor Data) ....................................................................................... 19
4.1.2.
Pmech (Mech Alignment) ............................................................................................... 19
4.1.3.
Pmechst (Mech Adjuster Status).................................................................................... 20
4.1.4.
PLampTReset (Lamp Timer Reset) ............................................................................... 21
4.1.5.
PLSearch (Lamp Position Search)................................................................................. 21
4.1.6.
PSetTColor (Set Target ColorGain)................................................................................ 22
4.1.7.
S3DYC (3D Y/C) ............................................................................................................ 22
4.1.8.
SALC (Auto luminance control)...................................................................................... 22
4.1.9.
SALCth (Threshold for auto luminance contorol) ........................................................... 23
4.1.10.
SAcolor (ADV. Color).................................................................................................. 23
4.1.11.
SAdark (ADV.Dark)..................................................................................................... 24
4.1.12.
SAgain (Gain System) ............................................................................................. 24
4.1.13.
SAnaTerm (Analog Terminate) ................................................................................... 25
4.1.14.
SAwhite (System Auto White ).................................................................................... 26
4.1.15.
SautoDisp (Auto Display) ........................................................................................... 26
4.1.16.
Sautopow (Auto Power)........................................................................................... 27
4.1.17.
Sblack (Black Level) ................................................................................................... 27
4.1.18.
Sblank (Blanking) ....................................................................................................... 28
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Scablelength(Cable length) ........................................................................................ 28
4.1.20.
SCmode (Change Mode) ........................................................................................... 29
4.1.21.
Scmtxset (Color Matrix set) ........................................................................................ 29
4.1.22.
Sdirection (Direction) .................................................................................................. 30
4.1.23.
Sdisp (Display Mode) ................................................................................................. 30
4.1.24.
Sdither (Dither) ........................................................................................................... 31
4.1.25.
SelCSC (Select CSC)................................................................................................. 31
4.1.26.
SelW (Select White Balance) ..................................................................................... 31
4.1.27.
SetCSC (CSC)............................................................................................................ 32
4.1.28.
SetFilter (Filter Warning Setting) ................................................................................ 32
4.1.29.
SetGrad (Set Gradation)............................................................................................. 33
4.1.30.
SetW (White Balance) ................................................................................................ 34
4.1.31.
Sfilter (Filter Timer Read / Timer Reset)..................................................................... 34
4.1.32.
Sflip (Image Flip) ........................................................................................................ 35
4.1.33.
Sgamma (Gamma Select).......................................................................................... 35
4.1.34.
SHotEx(Hot exchange)............................................................................................... 35
4.1.35.
Shpos (H position) ...................................................................................................... 36
4.1.36.
Shsize (H size) ........................................................................................................... 36
4.1.37.
Slampout (Lamp out mode) ..................................................................................... 36
4.1.38.
Slmode (Lamp Mode) ................................................................................................. 37
4.1.39.
Slpower (Lamp Power) ............................................................................................... 37
4.1.40.
Sresol (Resolution)................................................................................................. 37
4.1.41.
Startmem (Start Memory)......................................................................................... 38
4.1.42.
Svpos (V position) ...................................................................................................... 38
4.1.43.
Svsize (V size)............................................................................................................ 38
4.1.44.
Syssync (System Sync Mode).................................................................................... 39
4.1.45.
Test (Test Pattern) ...................................................................................................... 39
4.1.46.
Tstmute (Test Mute).................................................................................................... 40
4.1.47.
save (System Memory Save) ..................................................................................... 40
4.2. Input signal adjustment commands....................................................................................... 41
4.2.1.
Asgain (Gain) ................................................................................................................. 41
4.2.2.
Aswhite (Auto White )..................................................................................................... 42
4.2.3.
Deldisp (Delete Display memory)................................................................................... 42
4.2.4.
Delinp (Delete Input Memory) ........................................................................................ 42
4.2.5.
IPconv (Pixel Conversion).............................................................................................. 43
4.2.6.
Iaperture (Aperture)........................................................................................................ 43
4.2.7.
Iaspect (Aspect Ratio).................................................................................................... 43
4.2.8.
Ibrt (Brightness).............................................................................................................. 44
4.2.9.
Iclpos (Clamp Position) .................................................................................................. 44
4.2.10.
Iclrng (Clock Range)................................................................................................... 45
4.2.11.
Iclwidth (Clamp Width)................................................................................................ 46
4.2.12.
Icmtx (Color Matrix) .................................................................................................... 46
4.2.13.
Icolor (Color)............................................................................................................... 47
4.2.14.
Icont (Contrast)........................................................................................................... 47
4.2.15.
Idsync (Direct Sync) ................................................................................................... 47
4.2.16.
Iepllh (PLL hold end) .................................................................................................. 48
4.2.17.
Ifilter (Filter) ................................................................................................................ 48
4.2.18.
Ifine (Fine Delay) ........................................................................................................ 48
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4.2.19.
4.2.20.
4.2.21.
4.2.22.
4.2.23.
4.2.24.
4.2.25.
4.2.26.
4.2.27.
4.2.28.
4.2.29.
4.2.30.
4.2.31.
4.2.32.
4.2.33.
4.2.34.
4.2.35.
4.2.36.
4.2.37.
4.2.38.
4.2.39.
4.2.40.
4.2.41.
4.2.42.
4.2.43.
4.2.44.
4.2.45.
4.2.46.
Ifinv (Field Invert)........................................................................................................ 49
Ihsize (H size)............................................................................................................. 49
Ihst (H start position) .................................................................................................. 50
Ihtotal (H total) ............................................................................................................ 50
Iname (Input Memory Name)...................................................................................... 51
Iscan (Scan Mode) ..................................................................................................... 51
Isig (Input SignalType)................................................................................................ 52
Ismode (Sync Mode) .................................................................................................. 52
Ispllh (PLL hold start).................................................................................................. 52
Itint (Tint)..................................................................................................................... 53
Ivcr (VCR Mode)......................................................................................................... 53
Ivsig (Video signal) ..................................................................................................... 53
Ivsize (V size) ............................................................................................................. 54
Ivst (V start position)................................................................................................... 54
Ohcrp (H crop position) .............................................................................................. 55
Ohcsize (H crop size) ................................................................................................. 55
Ohsize (H size) ........................................................................................................... 56
Ohst (H start) .............................................................................................................. 56
Oscmode (Display Screen Mode)............................................................................... 57
Out (Digital Out).......................................................................................................... 57
Ovcrp (V crop position)............................................................................................... 58
Ovcsize (V crop size).................................................................................................. 58
Ovsize (V size) ........................................................................................................... 59
Ovst (V start) .............................................................................................................. 59
Regdisp (Registration of the Display memory) ........................................................... 60
Reginp (Registration of the Input Memory)................................................................. 60
memscan (Memory Scan) .......................................................................................... 61
resolution (Resolution Select)..................................................................................... 61
5.
CONTROL EXAMPLE.................................................................................................................. 62
5.1. Start-up process example...................................................................................................... 62
5.2. VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA input signal display.......................................................................... 63
5.2.1.
Display memory calling example 1................................................................................. 63
5.2.2.
Display memory calling example 2................................................................................. 63
5.2.3.
Original size display in ID1............................................................................................. 64
5.3. Main unit input signal display example .................................................................................. 64
6.
START UP AND SHUT DOWN .................................................................................................... 65
6.1. Start-up process .................................................................................................................... 65
6.2. Shut-down process................................................................................................................ 65
7.
REMOTE CONTROLLABLE ITEM LIST ..................................................................................... 66
7.1. Service menu adjusting item ................................................................................................. 66
7.2. VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KVinput adjusting item ................................. 68
7.2.1.
MENU1........................................................................................................................... 68
7.2.2.
MENU2........................................................................................................................... 69
7.3. Other remote controllable item list......................................................................................... 70
7.4. Controll command item list .................................................................................................... 70
8.
TERMINAL FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................. 72
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8.1.
8.2.
8.3.
9.
RS232C terminal ................................................................................................................... 72
Control terminal ..................................................................................................................... 72
Dipswitch ............................................................................................................................... 73
REVISION ARCHIVE ................................................................................................................... 74
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1. Product list
Below table 1.1 shows the product list applied to this specifications.
Model
group
A
B
Model name
Resolution
Lamp
Screen
size
50”
50”
50”
67”
67”
-
Available
input board
single
single
changer
single
changer
changer
Direction of
access
rear
front
rear
rear
rear
-
VS-50XL50U
VS-50XLF50U
VS-50XLW50U
VS-67XL50U
VS-67XLW50U
VS-XLW50U
XGA
XGA
XGA
XGA
XGA
XGA
VS-50PH50U
SXGA+
changer
rear
50”
VS-67PH50U
SXGA+
changer
rear
67”
VS-PH40U
SXGA+
changer
-
-
VC-B20KA *
VC-B20KV
VC-B50KA
VC-B50KV
VC-B50KA
VC-B50KV
VS-50XL21U
XGA
single
rear
50”
VS-50XLF20U
XGA
single
front
50”
VS-50XLW20U
XGA
changer
rear
50”
VC-B20KA
VS-67XL21U
XGA
single
rear
67”
C
VC-B20KV
VS-67XLW20U
XGA
changer
rear
67”
VS-XL21U
XGA
single
VS-XLW20U
XGA
changer
*) In regard to Model group B, VC-B50KA and VC-B50KV will be applied from firmware version
“Q02.00A”. The combination of the input boards is available only VC-B20KA and VC-B20KV or
VC-B50KA and VC-B50KV, the combination of VC-B20KA and VC-B50KV or VC-B50KA and
VC-B20KV is not available.
Fig1.1 Product list
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2. Communication protocol
2.1. Communication rules
Communication rules
Flow control
None
Bits per second
19,200bps/9,600bps (Selectable by “Baud rate” menu.)
Parity
None
Data bits
8bits
Stop bits
1bit
2.2. Command character strings
A command is defined by ASCII characters. It consists of a command ID number, a command name
and zero or more parameters. A carriage return code (0Dh) is added at the end of each command. A
command ID number and command name shall not be delimited. A command name and parameter
should be delimited by space (20h). Multiple parameters also should be delimited by space (20h).
Case sensitivity is on.
Format: ID Command [ _ Parameter1 _ …] ¥r
Example: 01Pmute _ 1 ¥r
Note: “_” stands for space (20h) and “¥r” stands for carriage return code (0Dh). The maximum number
of command characters is 32.
2.3. Command ID
Command ID number represents unit ID of controlled displays by two decimal digit ASCII characters.
The unit ID can be set by the dip switch and system menu in the range of 01 to 64.
(In model group C, from firmware version “P01.70A”, the range will be 01 to 64.)
When a command with a command ID “00” is sent, all connected displays execute the command at
once.
2.4. Integral parameter
1.
2.
The range of integer is from -32768 to 32767. It can be stipulated per command.
Negative value is showed "-".
2.5. Sequence
Only when the command ID corresponds with their unit ID or when the command ID is “00”, displays
execute the command.
After receiving a carriage return code (0Dh), the display analyzes and executes the command within
700 msec, and starts to send the result string. If the command ID does not correspond with the unit ID,
the display will not return any result string
When the display, which is set MASTER in Dip Switch, receives a command with a command ID “00”,
it will return the result string. If it is set SINGLE or SLAVE, it will not return any result string.
When the display is processing a command, the controller shall not issue any command. Either
receiving a result string or 700 msec after carriage return code transmission, whichever shorter period
is regarded as a command processing time.
The controller should issue a command after 50msec or more has passed since received a result
string.
* Some commands may take more than 700 msec till the display returns the result string after receiving
a command.
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External controller
display
01Pmute_1¥r
50msec
or more
Analyzing and executing
command within 700msec.
01Pmute_1¥r
01UP¥r
Analyzing and executing
command within 700msec.
01UP¥r
Note:
“¥r” is carriage return code(0Dh).
“_” is space code (20h).
00Pmute_0¥r
00Pmute_0¥r
When command ID is 00,
only MASTER display will
respond to the command.
00UP¥r
00UP¥r
Fig.2.1
2.6. Command return value
Displays return command execution results with ASCII character strings. A result string consists of a
command ID number, command name and zero or more return values. A carriage return code is added
at the end of each result string. A command ID number and command name shall not be delimited. A
command name and return value should be delimited by space (20h). Multiple return values also
should be delimited by space (20h).
Command ID number is represented by two decimal digit ASCII characters. If the display responds to
a command, it will return character strings with “?”. If the display receives an undefined command, it
will return received command ID number and “?”.
When the display, which is set MASTER in dip switch, receives a command with a command ID “00”, it
will return the result string that contains the command ID number “00”.
Format: ID Command [ _ Parameter1 _ …] ¥r
Example:
Normal response 01Pmute _ 1 ¥r
01Pmute _ ?00 ¥r
Received invalid parameter
01Pmute _ ?01 ¥r
Received when display is not executable
01Pmute _ ?busy¥r
Under start-up or shut-down process
Response to error 01Pmute _ ?event¥r
Received next command before finishing a command
processing.
01 _ ? ¥r
Received undefined command
01?11 ¥r
In the process of flash memory writing
Note: “_” stands for space (20h) and “¥r” stands for carriage return code (0Dh).
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2.7. UP command and update supporting command
Update supporting command is reserved once when command receiving, and executes after UP
command receiving.
External controller
display
01Pmute_1¥r
Direction of picture mute ON. It
doesn’t execute at this moment.
01Pmute_1¥r
01Calldisp_5¥r
Direction of display memory 5
calling. It doesn’t execute at this
moment.
01Calldisp_5¥r
01UP¥r
Direction of update. It executes
picture mute ON and display
memory 5 calling in the same time.
01UP¥r
01Pmute_0¥r
Direction of picture mute OFF. It
doesn’t execute at this moment.
01Pmute_0¥r
01UP¥r
Direction of update. It executes
picture mute OFF.
01UP¥r
Note:
“¥r” is carriage return code (0Dh).
“_” is space code (20h)
Fig. 2.2
When you obtain current setting values with skipping arguments etc., update supporting commands
doesn’t require UP command issuing. If you obtained it before UP command receiving, the obtained
value is reserved setting value.
2.8. Notice
When you issue adjustment commands, the Power State should be “Power on state” and Input signals
used for adjustment should be displayed. (It is necessary to choose an input port by “Pinp” command
etc. before adjustment.)
There are three Types of commands. It can be used when the input ports of main unit is chosen, what
can be used when the input port of VC-B20KA/VC-B20KV and /VC-B50KA/VC-B50KV are chosen and
what can be used irrespective of the selection state of an input port. Refer to Chapter 7 “Remote
controllable item list”.
In regard to the commands that depend on the status of selection of the input ports, it is effective only
when the input port which specified "Effective inputs" in the text, is selected.
The input port written in the text: as shown in the following.
Mark in text
Explanation
ANALOG
Analog input of the main unit
DIGITAL
Digital input of the main unit
S.ANALOG
Analog input of the optional board(VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA)
S.DIGITAL
Digital input of the optional board(VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA)
COMPOSITE
Composite input of the optional board(VC-B20KV / VC-B50KV)
Y/C
Y/C input of the optional board(VC-B20KV / VC-B50KV)
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The commands that depend on the model like the command that is effective only to the lamp changer
models are specified by "Effective models" in the text. It is invalid excluding the model that specifies it.
Waiting time of a few seconds (The recommendation: ten seconds) is necessary until the
communication becomes effective after turning on the unit (Until entering the standby state). An
execution error may be returned when OSD indication such as a remote controller adjustment menu is
displayed.
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3. Control
3.1. Control commands
The commands that are mainly used in a system operation are follows. See Chapter 5 for detail
usage.
3.1.1. vP (Power)
Function: To control turning on/off. Status is automatically saved at shut down, turned off with
main sw and power failure.
Format: ID vP [ _ Power]
Power
Turning on/off control
0
During power on state or start-up processing, the state goes to stand-by
state.
1
During stand-by state, it starts start-up process. During power on state,
start-up processing or shut down processing, it returns execution failure.
Omitted Current status display
Response: ID vP _ mode
Current status display
mode
0
Stand-by state
1
Power on state
2
Start-up processing
3
Shut down processing
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
NOTE:
Since turning on/off operation takes time, if you issue vP command with argument, the display
returns execution result string before finishing the command process. The argument in the issued
vP command is returned straight into the execution result string. As described above, when you
issued vP command with argument, it is recommended to issue vP command without argument
after receiving execution result string to check the completion of turning on/off process.
External controller
01vP _ 1 ¥r
Display
External controller
01vP _ 0 ¥r
01vP _ 1 ¥r
01vP _ 0 ¥r
01vP ¥r
01vP ¥r
01vP _ 2 ¥r
01vP _ 3 ¥r
01vP ¥r
01vP ¥r
01vP _ 2 ¥r
01vP _ 3 ¥r
01vP ¥r
01vP ¥r
01vP _ 1 ¥r
01vP _ 0 ¥r
The sequence to turn on
Display
The sequence to turn off
Fig. 3.1
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3.1.2. UP (Update)
Function: To execute update. It may take more than 700 msec till the display returns the result
string after receiving a command. This command is effective only when the Power State is
“Power on state”.
Format: ID UP
Response: ID UP [ _ err ]
err
Response parameter
(non)
Updated
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
3.1.3. Pmute (Mute)
Function: To control picture mute. It executes after UP command receiving. This command can be
accepted during stand-by state. In this case, issuing [ vP _ 1 ] command executes UP
command automatically after start-up process. If the mute command is issued during standby state, UP command is not required. The status is reset and the mute is canceled by
executing [ vP _ 0 ] command or by turning off with main power switch.
Format: ID Pmute [ _ Mute ]
Mute
Picture mute on/off control
0
Picture mute cancel
1
Picture mute
Omitted Current status display
Response: ID Pmute _ mute
Current status display (except mute status due to no signal)
mute
0
Picture mute cancel
1
Picture mute status
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
3.1.4. Calldisp (Display Memory Call)
Function: To call display memory. It executes after UP command receiving. Status is automatically
saved at shut down. This command is effective only when the Power State is “Power on
state”.
Format: ID Calldisp [ _ Mem ]
Mem
Display memory number
1 – 256
Memory number designation
Omitted Current status display
Response: ID Calldisp _ mem
mem
Current display memory number
0
Memory is not called
1 – 256
Memory number designation
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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3.1.5. Callinp (Input Memory Call)
Function: To call input memory. It executes after UP command receiving. Input port is allocated
ANALOG、DIGITAL、S.ANALOG、S.DIGITAL、COMPOSITE or Y/C according to the selected
input memory. This command is effective only when the Power State is “Power on state”.
Status is automatically saved at shut down
Format: ID Callinp [ _ Mem ]
Input memory number
Mem
1 – 128
Input memory number designation
Omitted Current status display
Response: ID Callinp _ mem
mem
Current input memory number
0
Memory is not called
1 – 128
Memory number designation
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
3.1.6. Ohmpos (H multi position)
Function: To set horizontal expansion ratio of input signal of the input boards (VC-B20KA / VCB20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV). It executes after UP command receiving. This command
is effective only when the Power State is “Power on state”. The execution result is saved in
display memory by Regdisp command execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG、S.DIGITAL、COMPOSITE、Y/C
Format: ID Ohmpos [ _ Pos _ Num ]
Horizontal screen position
Pos
1 – 32
Horizontal screen position in expanded image (Left end screen is 1).
Omitted
Current status display if both Pos and Num are omitted.
Num
Horizontal screen numbers
1 – 32
Horizontal screen numbers
Omitted
Current status display if both Pos and Num are omitted.
Response: ID Ohmpos _ pos [ _ num ]
Current status display after command executing
pos
1 – 32
Horizontal screen position in expanded image
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
num
Current status display after command executing
1 – 32
Horizontal screen numbers
Omitted
It is omitted when pos is ”?00” or ”?01”.
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3.1.7. Ovmpos (V multi position)
Function: To set vertical expansion ratio of input signal of the input boards (VC-B20KA / VCB20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV). It executes after UP command receiving. This command
is effective only when the Power State is “Power on state”. The execution result is saved in
display memory by Regdisp command execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG、S.DIGITAL、COMPOSITE、Y/C
Format: ID Ovmpos [ _ Pos _ Num ]
Vertical screen position
Pos
1 – 32
Vertical screen position in expanded image (Top end screen is 1).
Omitted
Current status display if both Pos and Num are omitted.
Num
Vertical screen numbers
1 – 32
Vertical screen numbers
Omitted
Current status display if both Pos and Num are omitted.
Response: ID Ovmpos _ pos [ _ num ]
pos
Current status display after command executing
1 – 32
Vertical screen position in expanded image
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
num
Current status display after command executing
1 – 32
Vertical screen numbers
Omitted
It is omitted when pos is ”?00” or ”?01”.
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3.1.8. ST(Status Information)
Function: To get status information of display. Protect detect contents and error detect contents
could be obtained by “System” command.
This command is an exclusive command for the lamp changer models.
Format: ID: ST
Response: ID STinfo0 _ info1
info0
To describe 16 bits status as ASCII (HEX) characters.
0x0000 – Function of each bit of info0 is following.
0xffff
Bits
Function
Description
info1
15:11
10
reserved
protect
9
signal
8
mute
7
blowout
6:5
Power
[1:0]
4
change2
3
change1
2
change0
1
lamp
0
light
0:No protect
1:Protect is detected
0:Input signal is detected
1:No input signal is detected
0:Normal
1:Mute
0:Normal mode (Not lamp burnout operation mode)
1:Lamp burnout operation mode
00:Stand-by state
01:normal state(BLOWOUT)
10:Start-up processing
11:Shut down processing
Standby lamp is “USED”
0:No
1:Yes
Standby lamp is “JUNK”
0:No
1Yes
0:No lamp exchanging prenotice
1: Under lamp exchanging prenotice.
0.Lamp changer is under stop
1:Lamp changer is under operation
0:Lamp turn-off
1:Lamp turn-on
(Indicated internal processing status)
To describe 16 bits status as ASCII (HEX) characters.
0x0000 – Function of each bit of info1 is following.
0xffff
Bits
Function
Description
15:0
reserved
15
3.1.9. System (System Information)
Function: To get system information. * items are not available during stand-by state
Format: ID System _ Para
Get current status
Para
0
Lamp timer value (Current lamp timer value at lamp changer models)
1
Set timer value
2
Input boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV)
installed/ not installed
3
Firmware version
4
Hardware (VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA) version *
5
Hardware (Control CPU of optical unit) version *
6
(Reserved)
7
Detected error or abnormal condition. To return error status
8
Power failure detection
9
Last selected input port number
10
Last selected input memory number
11
Last selected display memory number
12
(Reserved)
13
(Reserved)
14
Model name
15
Current lamp No. (Lamp changer models only)
16
A lamp status (Lamp changer models only)
17
B lamp status (Lamp changer models only)
18
A lamp timer (Lamp changer models only)
19
B lamp timer (Lamp changer models only)
Response: ID System _ para _ info1 _ info2
para
Item number to obtain
info1
para=0
Lamp timer value first 4 digits (unit: hour)
para =1
Set timer value first 4 digits (unit: hour)
para =2
Input boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV)
installed / not installed
0
Not installed
1
Installed VC-B20KA
2
Installed both VC-B20KA and VC-B20KV
3
Installed VC-B50KA
4
Installed both VC-B50KA and VC-B50KV
para =3
Firmware version
para =4
Hardware (VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA) version
para =5
Hardware (Control CPU of optical unit) version
para =6
(Reserved)
para =7
Last detected error information
1
Lamp off
2
(Not defined)
3
(Not defined)
4
Incorrect lamp attachment
5
Color wheel failure
6
(Not defined)
7
Power failure
8
Abnormal temperature(Front maintenance model only)
9
Lamp power failure (Lamp changer models only)
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para =8
para =9
para =10
para =11
para =12
para =13
para =14
para =15
para
=16,17
info2
para =18
para =19
commom
commom
para =0
para =1
Omitted
10
Fan 1 failure
11
Fan 2 failure
12
Fan 3 failure
13
Fan 4 failure
14
Fan 5 failure
15
Fan 6 failure
255
No error
Power failure detection
0
Normal end at last shut down
1
Abnormal end due to power failure at last shut down
Last selected input port number
0
ANALOG
1
DIGITAL
2
S.ANALOG
3
S.DIGITAL
4
COMPOSITE
5
Y/C
Last selected input memory number
Last selected display memory number
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
info1 =”Model name”
0
A lamp
1
B lamp
0
Empty
1
New
2
Used
3
Junk
4–5
Junk (lamp changer models in model group A and B )
Lamp timer value (unit: hour)
Lamp timer value (unit: hour)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
Lamp timer value last 4 digits (unit: hour)
Set timer value last 4 digits (unit: hour)
It is omitted when para=2 - 17. Also it is omitted when Info1 is ” ?00 ”
or ” ?01 ”.
Response example:
When lamp timer value is 10hours:
When lamp timer value is 9999hours:
When lamp timer value is 10010hours:
01System _ 0 _ 0 _ 10
01System _ 18 _ 10
01System _ 0 _ 0 _ 9999
01System _ 18 _ 9999
01System _ 0 _ 1 _ 10
01System _ 18 _ 10010
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3.1.10. Pinp (Input Select)
Function: To select input port to display on screen. It may take more than 700 msec till the display
returns the result string after receiving a command. This command is effective only when the
Power State is “Power on state”. Status is automatically saved at shut down.
Format: ID Pinp[ _ Sel ]
Input port to display
Sel
0
ANALOG
1
DIGITAL
2
S.ANALOG
3
S.DIGITAL
4
COMPOSITE
5
Y/C
Omitted Current status display
Response: ID Pinp _ sel
sel
Current status display
0
ANALOG
1
DIGITAL
2
S.ANALOG
3
S.DIGITAL
4
COMPOSITE
5
Y/C
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
3.1.11. PLampChange (Lamp Change)
Function: To move standby lamp to lighting position. This command can be accepted during
stand-by state. It may take dozens seconds till the execution ends. Status is automatically
saved at shut down. This command is an exclusive command for lamp changer models.
Format: ID PLampChange _ Flag
Flag
Execution flag
0
To move standby lamp to lighting position
Response: ID PLampChange _ err
err
Execution result status
0
Normal end
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4. Adjustment
The commands that are mainly used in system set-up and adjustment are follows.
4.1. Commands for Servise menu
4.1.1. PALC (Set Initial Sensor Data)
Function: To get initial brightness value. It cannot be performed for about 5 minutes after lamp
lighting. It may take more than 700 msec till the display returns the result string after
receiving a command. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command
execution.
Format: ID PALC _ Flag
Flag
Execution flag
0
To get initial brightness value
Response: ID PALC _ err
err
Execution result status
0
Normal end
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.2. Pmech (Mech Alignment)
Function: To operate Motorized Adjustment Tool. This command is valid only when Motorized
Adjustment Tool is attached. The display returns the result string after receiving a command.
In model group C, this command is available from firmware version “P01.70A”.
Format: ID Pmech _ Motor _ [ Time ]
Motor number
Motor
0
H-POSITION
1
V-POSITION
2
H-KEYSTONE
3
V-KEYSTONE
4
TILT
5
ZOOM
Time
Operation time
1 – 127 To specify the operation time. 1 unit time is 30ms.
Motor =0: Image moves to rightward.
Motor =1: Image moves to upward.
Motor =2: Right side of image is expanded.
Motor =3: Upper side of image is expanded.
Motor =4: Image rotates clockwise.
Motor =5: Image is zoomed in.
0
Stop
-1 –
To specify the operation time. 1 unit time is 30ms.
-128
Motor =0: Image moves to leftward.
Motor =1: Image moves to downward.
Motor =2: Left side of image is expanded.
Motor =3: Lower side of image is expanded.
Motor =4: Image rotates counterclockwise.
Motor =5: Image is zoomed out.
Omitted
To return remaining time.
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Response:ID Pmech _ motor [ _ time ]
Motor number
motor
0
H-POSITION
1
V-POSITION
2
H-KEYSTONE
3
V-KEYSTONE
4
TILT
5
ZOOM
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
time
Remaining time
1 – 127 Operation time. 1 unit time is 30ms.
0
Stop
-1 –
Operation time. 1 unit time is 30ms.
-128
Omitted When “motor” parameter is ” ?00 ” or ” ?01 ” , “time”
parameter is omitted.
4.1.3. Pmechst (Mech Adjuster Status)
Function: To get status of Motorized Adjustment Tool. This command is valid only when Motorized
Adjustment Tool is attached. In model group C, this command is available from firmware
version “P01.70A”.
Format: ID Pmechst _ Infotype
Infotype Get current status
0
Status of Motorized Adjustment Tool
1
Model name information
2
F/W Version
Response: ID Pmechst _ infotype [ _ info ]
infotype Current status
0
Status of Motorized Adjustment Tool
1
Model name information
2
F/W Version
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
info
To describe 16 bits status as ASCII (HEX) characters.
0x0000~ Infotype =0
0xffff
Bits
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Description
Connecting status of Motorized Adjustment Tool.
0:Connected Motorized Adjustment Tool.
1: Unconnected Motorized Adjustment Tool.
reserved
0-6, 8-13:
Indication of the end of adjustment range:
ZOOM
The direction to zoom out
The direction to zoom in
Counterclockwise direction
TILT
Clockwise direction
The direction that lower side is expanded
V-KEYSTONE
The direction that upper side is expanded
Over current is detected.
Reserved
The direction that left side is expanded
H- KEYSTONE
The direction that right side is expanded
Downward
V-POSITION
Upward
Leftward
H-POSITION
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0
Rightward
Infotype =1
Info
Omitted
Name
Reflection
Access type
Applicable product
0
1
FRONT
REAR
One-time reflection
One-time reflection
Front
Rear
VS-50XLF20U
2
D-FRONT
Direct displaying
Front
3
D-REAR
Direct displaying
Rear
4
Reserved
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
9
Reserved
Infotype =2
F/W Version
When “infotype” parameter is ” ?00 ” or ” ?01 ” , “info”
parameter is omitted.
4.1.4. PLampTReset (Lamp Timer Reset)
Function: Lamp timer resetting. The execution result is saved in lamp memory by automatically.
Format: ID PLampTReset _ Flag
Flag
Resetting execution flag
0
Lamp timer reset (Current lamp at lamp changer models.)
1
A lamp timer reset
(An exclusive command for lamp changer models.)
2
B lamp timer reset
(An exclusive command for lamp changer models.)
Response: ID PLampTReset _ err
err
Result status
0-2
Normal end (Lamp timer has been reset)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.5. PLSearch (Lamp Position Search)
Function: To execute lamp position search for brightness optimization. This command can not be
accepted during stand-by state. It may take dozens seconds till the execution ends. The
execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution. This command is
an exclusive command for lamp changer models.
Format: ID PLSearch _ flag
Flag
Execution flag
0
To search brightest current lamp position.
(Not specified lamp number)
Response: ID PLSearch _ err
Execution result status
err
0
Normal end
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.6. PSetTColor (Set Target ColorGain)
Function: Target color setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command
execution.
Format: ID PSetTcolor _ Flag
Setting execution flag
Flag
0
Target color setting
Response: ID PSetTcolor _ err
Result status
err
0
Normal end (Target color has been set)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.7. S3DYC (3D Y/C)
Function: 3D Y/C separation circuit setting.
Effective input: COMPOSITE
Format: ID S3DYC [ _ Mode]
Mode
3D Y/C separation circuit setting
0
3D Y/C separation circuit OFF
1
3D Y/C separation circuit ON
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID S3DYC_ mode
3D Y/C separation circuit setting
mode
0
3D Y/C separation circuit OFF
1
3D Y/C separation circuit ON
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.8. SALC
(Auto luminance control)
Function: Auto luminance control circuit setting. The execution result is saved in system memory
by save command execution.
Format: ID SALC [ _ Cont]
Cont
Auto luminance control circuit setting
0
OFF
1
STOP
2
RUN
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID SALC_ cont
cont
Auto luminance control circuit setting
0
OFF
1
STOP
2
RUN
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.9. SALCth (Threshold for auto luminance contorol)
Function: The luminance degradation value of the lamp that repeals luminance control setting.
The value that expressed a deteriorated part from initial luminance with % is set. When 40 is
set as a parameter, if the luminance of a lamp becomes 40% or less from initial luminance,
The display will separate from the group of luminance control. The execution result is saved
in system memory by save command execution.
Format: ID SALCth Mode [ _ Level]
Mode
Mode setting
0
Level setting that repeals luminance control
Level
The luminance degradation value of the lamp that repeals luminance
control setting.
0 – 100 0% – 100%
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID SALCth_ mode [ _ level]
Mode setting
mode
0
Level setting that repeals luminance control
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
level
The luminance degradation value of the lamp that repeals luminance
control setting.
0 – 100 0% – 100%
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
Omitted It is omitted when mode is ” ?00 ” or ” ?01 ”.
4.1.10. SAcolor (ADV. Color)
Function: Advanced color setting to turn on/off the processing of the colors out of the color gamut.
The execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution.
Format: ID SAcolor [ _ Sel ]
Sel
Advanced color setting
0
OFF
1
ON
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID SAcolor _ sel
Current advanced color setting
sel
0–1
Current advanced color setting
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.11. SAdark (ADV.Dark)
Function: Advanced dark setting to turn on/off the function to sense the room brightness and
adjust the image contrast. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Format: ID SAdark [ _ Sel ]
Advanced dark setting
Sel
0
OFF
1
ON
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID SAdark _ sel
sel
Current advanced dark setting
0–1
Current advanced dark setting
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.12. SAgain (Gain System)
Function: Gain (white level) value or clamp level setting of analog RGB signal in selected input
port. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID SAgain _ RGB [ _ Data ]
RGB
Adjusting color (R,G or B) selecting
0
Red gain fine adjusting
1
Green gain fine adjusting
2
Blue gain fine adjusting
3
Main contrast adjusting (S.ANALOG of model group C )
4
Red clamp level adjusting
5
Green clamp level adjusting
6
Blue clamp level adjusting
Data
Gain(white level) adjusting value
0 – 127 Gain (white level) adjusting value
ANALOG of model
group C
0 – 255 Gain (white level) adjusting value
ANALOG of model
group A , B and
S.ANALOG of all
models
0 – 127 Clamp level adjusting value
ANALOG
0 – 255 Clamp level adjusting value
S.ANALOG
256
Factory setting
Omitted Current setting value display
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Response: ID SAgain_ rgb [ _ data ]
rgb
R,G or B selecting
0
Red gain fine adjusting
1
Green gain fine adjusting
2
Blue gain fine adjusting
3
Main contrast adjusting (S.ANALOG of model group C)
4
Red clamp level adjusting
5
Green clamp level adjusting
6
Blue clamp level adjusting
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
data
Current gain value of the color designated in rgb.
If 255(factory adjusted value) is designated as the gain value, the factory
adjusted value will be returned in the next value operating.
0 – 127 Gain (white level) adjusting value
ANALOG of model
group C
0 – 255 Gain (white level) adjusting value
ANALOG of model
group A , B and
S.ANALOG of all
models
0 – 127 Clamp level adjusting value
ANALOG
0 – 255 Clamp level adjusting value
S.ANALOG
Omitted It is omitted when rgb is ” ?00 ” or ” ?01 ”.
4.1.13. SAnaTerm (Analog Terminate)
Function: Analog input port termination setting. The execution result is saved in system memory
by save command execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID SAnaTerm _ Sel [ _ Data ]
Sel
Analog input port selecting
0
ANALOG
1
S.ANALOG
Data
Termination setting
0
Termination OFF
1
Termination ON
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID SAnaTerm _ sel [ _ data ]
sel
Selected analog input port
0
ANALOG
1
S.ANALOG
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
data
Current termination setting of analog input port designated in sel
0–1
Termination setting
Omitted It is omitted when sel is “?00” or “?01”.
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4.1.14. SAwhite (System Auto White )
Function: Automatic white level adjusting of analog RGB signal in selected input port. The
execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution. Full-bit white
signal is required to input from the selected analog input port when this command is
executed. When Mode of Isig command is not set to 0, this command is not available. It may
take more than 700 msec till the display returns the result string after receiving a command.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID SAwhite
Response: ID SAwhite [ _ err ]
Results status
err
Omitted Normal end (automatic adjusting is finished)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.15. SautoDisp (Auto Display)
Function: Display of stand-by status, failure status, lamp blow-out status by LED indicator and
OSD warning indication (Lamp changer models only). The execution result is saved in
system memory by save command execution.
Format: ID SautoDisp _ Sel [ _ Mode ]
Kind of display
Sel
0
Reserved
1
Warning indication by OSD (Lamp changer models only)
2
Display of stand-by status by LED.
3
Display of failure status by LED.
4
Display of lamp blow-out status by LED.
5
Reserved
Setting of display
0
Display OFF
1
Sel=1: MESSAGE ☼
Sel=2,3,4: Display ON
2
Sel=1: ☼
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID SSautoDisp _ sel [ _ mode]
sel
Kind of display
0
Reserved
1
Warning indication by OSD (Lamp changer models only)
2
Display of stand-by status by LED.
3
Display of failure status by LED.
4
Display of lamp blow-out status by LED.
5
Reserved
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
mode
Setting of display
0
Display OFF
1
Sel=1: MESSAGE ☼
Sel=2,3,4: Display ON
2
Sel=1: ☼
Omitted It is omitted when sel is “?00” or “?01”.
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4.1.16. Sautopow
(Auto Power)
Function: Auto power on setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Format: ID Sautopow [ _ Mode]
Mode
Auto power on setting.
0
It follows last power. (The item saved in the last memory)
1
Auto power ON
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Sautopow _ mode
mode
Auto power on setting.
0
It follows last power. (The item saved in the last memory)
1
Auto power ON
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.17. Sblack (Black Level)
Function: Black level setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command
execution.
Format: ID Sblack _ RGB [ _ Data ]
RGB
Color (R, G or B) selecting in black
0
Red
1
Green
2
Blue
Data
Black level adjusting value
0 – 127 Black level adjusting value
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Sblack _ rgb [ _ data ]
rgb
Color (R, G or B) selecting in black
0
Red
1
Green
2
Blue
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
data
Current black level adjusting value designated in rgb
0 – 127 Black level adjusting value
Omitted It is omitted when rgb is “?00” or “?01”.
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4.1.18. Sblank (Blanking)
Function: White boost setting to process the color wheel blanking. The execution result is saved in
system memory by save command execution.
Format: ID Sblank [ _ Cont]
White boost setting
Cont
0
OFF
1 – 10
White boost setting value
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Sblank _ cont
cont
Current white boost setting value
0
OFF
1 – 10
White boost setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.19. Scablelength(Cable length)
Function: Setting of the signal cable length connected with input port “DIGITAL”.
When using long cable, set “Long”. If there is noise in image, set to eliminate the noise.
The execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution.
Effective models and inputs: DIGITAL, S-DIGITAL (VC-B50KA ) of model group A, B
Format: ID Scablelength _ Port [ _Length ]
Port
Select of input port
0
DIGITAL
1
S-DIGITAL (VC-B50KA )
Length
Cable length setting
0
NORMAL
1
LONG
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Scablelength _ port [ _length ]
Selected input port
port
0
DIGITAL
1
S-DIGITAL(VC-B50KA )
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
length
Current cable length setting
0
NORMAL
1
LONG
Omitted
It is omitted when port is “?00” or “?01”.
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4.1.20. SCmode (Change Mode)
Function: Lamp change mode setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution. This command is an exclusive command for lamp changer models.
Format: ID SCmode _ [ Mode]
Mode
Change mode
0
OFF
1
NORMAL
2
LONG
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID SCmode _ mode
Current change mode
mode
0
OFF
1
NORMAL
2
LONG
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.21. Scmtxset (Color Matrix set)
Function: Detail color matrix setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Format: ID Scmtxset _ Sel [ _ Data ]
Sel
Color matrix parameter
0
SATURATION
1
RED
2
YELLOW
3
GREEN
4
CYAN
5
BLUE
6
MAGENTA
Data
Setting value
-5 – 5
Effective value range
in the case that Sel is 0 (SATURATION)
-20 – 20 Effective value range
in the case that Sel is NOT 0 (SATURATION)
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Scmtxset _ sel [ _ data ]
sel
Color matrix parameter
0–6
Color matrix parameter selecting
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
data
Current color matrix parameter designated in sel
-5 – 5
In the case that sel is 0 (SATURATION)
-20 – 20 In the case that sel is NOT 0 (SATURATION)
Omitted It is omitted when sel is “?00” or “?01”.
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4.1.22. Sdirection (Direction)
Function: The function: DIRECTION setting.If Cnt parameter is set 0(Cnt=0), the warning
indication to induce the filter cleaning and the temperature warning indication become invalid.
If you set to Cnt=1 by using this command, setting value of the SetFilter command is
changed to time=4000 and If you set to Cnt=0, setting value of the SetFilter command is
changed to time=0 automatically. It is preferable to reset the filter timer value by using the
Sfilter command when you set the parameter to Cnt=1.
The execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution.
Effective models: model group A, C
Format: ID Sdirection [ _ Cnt]
Cnt
DIRECTION setting
0
REAR
1
FRONT
Omitted
Current setting value display
Resopnce: ID Sdirection _ cnt
cnt
Current DIRECTION setting
0
REAR
1
FRONT
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.23. Sdisp (Display Mode)
Function: Display mode (with/without pixel superimposition) setting. The pending commands are
updated when this command is executed. The execution result is saved in system memory
by save command execution. This command is an exclusive command for the input boards
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Sdisp [ _ Sel ]
Sel
Display mode (with/without pixel superimposition) setting
0
Without pixel superimposition
1
With pixel superimposition
Omitted Current setting value display
Resopnce: ID Sdisp _ sel
Current display mode (with/without pixel superimposition) setting
sel
0
Without pixel superimposition
1
With pixel superimposition
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.24. Sdither (Dither)
Function: Dither setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command
execution.
Format: ID Sdither [ _ Cnt]
Cnt
Dither setting
0
Dither OFF
1
Dither OFF
Omitted
Current setting value display
Responce: Sdither_ cnt
cnt
Current dither setting
0
Dither OFF
1
Dither OFF
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.25. SelCSC (Select CSC)
Function: CSC pattern selecting. This command is invalid when auto luminance control function
(SALC command) is set STOP or RUN. The execution result is saved in system memory by
save command execution.
Format: ID SelCSC [ _ Sel ]
CSC pattern number
Sel
0
CSC adjusting function OFF
1
CSC pattern 1
2
CSC pattern 2
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID SelCSC _ sel
Current CSC pattern number
sel
0–2
Current CSC pattern number
(0 is CSC adjusting function OFF.)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.26. SelW (Select White Balance)
Function: White balance selecting. This command is invalid when auto luminance control function
(SALC command) is set STOP or RUN. The execution result is saved in system memory by
save command execution.
Format: ID SelW [ _ Sel ]
Sel
White balance selecting
0
LOW
1
MIDDLE
2
HIGH
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID SelW _ sel
Current white balance selecting
sel
0–2
Current white balance
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.27. SetCSC (CSC)
Function: CSC adjusting in Current CSC pattern (CSC1 or CSC2). This command is invalid when
CSC is set OFF or auto luminance control function (SALC command) is set STOP or RUN.
The execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution.
Format: ID SetCSC _ Sel1 _ Sel2 [ _ Data ]
Sel2
Sel1
Sel2
0
1
2
Sel1
0
CSC11 (R – R) CSC21 (R – G) CSC31 (R – B)
1
CSC12 (G – R) CSC22 (G – G) CSC32 (G – B)
2
CSC13 (B – R)
CSC23 (B – G)
CSC33 (B – B)
Data
CSC adjusting value
0 – 1023
Adjusting value in CSC11, CSC22 and CSC33
-255 – 255
Adjusting value in CSC12, CSC13, CSC21, CSC23,
CSC31 and CSC32
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID SetCSC _ sel1 [ _ sel2 _ data ]
CSC adjusting value selecting (refer to Format)
sel1
0–2
CSC adjusting value selecting (refer to Format)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
sel2
CSC adjusting parameter selecting (refer to Format)
data
0–2
CSC adjusting value selecting (refer to Format)
Omitted
It is omitted when sel1 is “?00” or “?01”.
Current CSC adjusting value selected in sel1 and sel2.
0 – 1023
Current CSC adjusting value
or -255 – 255
Omitted
It is omitted when sel1 is “?00” or “?01”.
4.1.28. SetFilter (Filter Warning Setting)
Function: To set the hours of interval to show “CHECK FILTER” message.
The execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution. After setting
the warning timer value by using this command, if you change the Sdirection parameter to
Cnt=1, the warning timer setting is changed to time=4000 and if you change the Sdirection
parameter to Cnt=0, the warning timer setting is changed to time=0 automatically. This
command is an exclusive command for front access model.
Format: ID SetFilter [ _ Time ]
Time
Warning timer setting
0–
Setting time (unit : hour) A setting unit is 100 hours.
30000
omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID SetFilter_ time
Warning timer setting
time
0–
Setting time (unit : hour)
30000
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.29. SetGrad (Set Gradation)
Function: Gradation value setting. This command is invalid when auto luminance control function
(SALC command) is set STOP or RUN. The execution result is saved in system memory by
save command execution.
Format: ID SetGrad _ Col _ Para [ _ Data ]
Col
Adjusting color selecting
0
White
1
Red
2
Green
3
Blue
Para
Adjusting parameter selecting
0
Top
1
Bottom
2
Left
3
Right
4
Top/Left
5
Top/Right
6
Bottom/Left
7
Bottom/Right
Data
Gradation adjusting value
-128 – 127 Gradation adjusting value
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID SetGrad _ col [ _ para _ data ]
col
Adjusting color selecting
0
White
1
Red
2
Green
3
Blue
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
?04
Adjustment was collapsed (Data value remains)
para
Adjusting parameter selecting
0–7
Parameter selecting (refer to Format)
Omitted
It is omitted when para is “?00”, “?01” or “? _ 04”.
data
Current gradation adjusting value designated in para
-128 – 127 Gradation adjusting value
Omitted
It is omitted when para is “?00”, “?01” or “? _ 04”.
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4.1.30. SetW (White Balance)
Function: White balance adjusting in Current white balance pattern (LOW, MIDDLE or HIGH). This
command is invalid when auto luminance control function (SALC command) is set STOP or
RUN. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command execution.
Format: ID SetW _ RGB [ _ Data ]
Color (R, G or B) selecting in white
RGB
0
Red
1
Green
2
Blue
Data
White balance adjusting value
0 – 1000 White balance adjusting value
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID SetW _ rgb [ _ data ]
Color (R, G or B) selecting in white
rgb
0
Red
1
Green
2
Blue
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
data
Current white balance adjusting value designated in rgb
0 – 1000 White balance adjusting value
Omitted It is omitted when rgb is “?00” or “?01”.
4.1.31. Sfilter (Filter Timer Read / Timer Reset)
Function: To get and reset filter timer value. “Check Filter” warning is non-displayed temporary by
the timer value resetting. Status is automatically saved at shut down. This command is an
exclusive command for front access model.
Format: ID Sfilter [ _ Flag ]
Flag
Reset execution flag
0
Resetting of filter timer value
Omitted Current filter timer value display
Response: ID Sfilter _ flag
flag
Execution status
0
Normal end (Filter timer has been reset)
0–30000 Filter timer value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.32. Sflip (Image Flip)
Function: Image flip setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command
execution.
Format: ID Sflip [ _ Sel ]
Sel
Image flip setting
0
Horizontal and vertical flip image*
1
Vertical flip image*
2
Horizontal flip image*
3
Normal image*
Omitted Current setting status display
*: In the case of rear access models
Response: ID Sflip _ sel
sel
Current image flip setting
0–3
Current mage flip setting
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.33. Sgamma (Gamma Select)
Function: Gamma table selecting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Format: ID Sgamma [ _ Sel ]
Sel
Gamma table number
1–5
Gamma table number
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Sgamma _ sel
sel
Selected gamma table number
1–5
Selected gamma table number
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.34. SHotEx(Hot exchange)
Function: Hot exchange setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution. This command is an exclusive command for the lamp changer models.
Format: ID SHotEx [ _ Sel ]
Sel
Hot exchange setting
0
FORBID
1
ALLOW
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID ShotEx _ sel
sel
Current setting
0
FORBID
1
ALLOW
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.35. Shpos (H position)
Function: Offset value of horizontal position setting. The pending commands are updated when
this command is executed. This command is invalid when display mode (Sdisp command) is
set without pixel superimposition. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Shpos [ _ Offset ]
Offset value of horizontal position
Offset
-16 – 16 Offset value of horizontal position
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Shpos _ offset
Current offset value of horizontal position
offset
-16 – 16 Offset value of horizontal position
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.36. Shsize (H size)
Function: Offset value of horizontal size setting. The pending commands are updated when this
command is executed. This command is invalid when display mode (Sdisp command) is set
without pixel superimposition. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Shsize [ _ Offset ]
Offset
Offset value of horizontal size
-16 – 16 Offset value of horizontal size
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Shsize _ offset
offset
Current offset value of horizontal size
-16 – 16 Offset value of horizontal size
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.37. Slampout (Lamp out mode)
Function: Lamp out mode setting. To select lamp burnout operation mode or normal mode when
lamp burnout is detected. If the input board is not installed in model group A and B, display
shuts down regardless of the setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by
save command execution.
Format: ID Slampout [ _ Mode]
Mode
Operation mode
0
Normal mode (not lamp burnout mode)
1
Lamp burnout operation mode
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Slampout _ mode
mode
Operation mode
0
Normal mode (not lamp burnout mode)
1
Lamp burnout operation mode
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
The lamp burnout operation mode is the status that does not become stand-by state when the
lamp is burnout. In this mode, digital out and commands are available.
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4.1.38. Slmode (Lamp Mode)
Function: Lamp mode setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command
execution.
Effective models: model group C
Format: ID Slmode _ [ Mode]
Lamp mode
Mode
0
NORMAL
1
LONG LIFE
2
F-REDUCTION
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Slmode _ mode
mode
Current lamp mode
0
NORMAL
1
LONG LIFE
2
F-REDUCTION
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.39. Slpower (Lamp Power)
Function: Lamp power mode setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Effective models: model group A, B (excluding VS-PH40U), C
Format: ID Slpower _ [ Mode]
Lamp power mode
Mode
0
Normal mode
1
Bright mode
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Slampout _ mode
Lamp power mode
mode
0
Normal mode
1
Bright mode
?00
Invalid parameter
4.1.40. Sresol
(Resolution)
Function: Resolution setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command
execution.
Effective models: model group B
Format: ID Sresol _ [ Sel ]
Sel
Resolution setting
0
SXGA+
1
SXGA
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Sresol _ sel
Resolution setting
sel
0
SXGA+
1
SXGA
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.41. Startmem (Start Memory)
Function: Start memory setting. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Format: ID Startmem [ _ Mem ]
Start memory number direction
Mem
0
Using last memory when start-up
1 – 256 Display memory number when start-up
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Startmem_ mem
Mem
Start memory number setting value
0
Using last memory when start-up
1 – 256 Display memory number when start-up
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.42. Svpos (V position)
Function: Offset value of vertical position setting. The pending commands are updated when this
command is executed. This command is invalid when display mode (Sdisp command) is set
without pixel superimposition. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Svpos [ _ Offset ]
Offset
Offset value of vertical position
-16 – 16 Offset value of vertical position
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Shpos _ offset
offset
Current offset value of vertical position
-16 – 16 Offset value of vertical position
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.43. Svsize (V size)
Function: Offset value of vertical size setting. The pending commands are updated when this
command is executed. This command is invalid when display mode (Sdisp command) is set
without pixel superimposition. The execution result is saved in system memory by save
command execution.
Effective input:: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Svsize [ _ Offset ]
Offset
Offset value of vertical size
-16 – 16 Offset value of vertical size
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Svsize _ offset
Current offset value of vertical size
offset
-16 – 16 Offset value of vertical size
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.44. Syssync (System Sync Mode)
Function: System sync (50Hz/60Hz) setting. The pending commands are updated when this
command is executed. The execution result is saved in system memory by save command
execution.
Format: ID Syssync [ _ Sel ]
System sync setting
Sel
0
50Hz
1
60Hz
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Syssync _ sel
sel
Current system sync setting
0
50Hz
1
60Hz
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.1.45. Test (Test Pattern)
Function: Test pattern displaying.
Format: ID Test [ _ Sel ]
Sel
Test pattern number selecting
0
Test pattern OFF
1
Full-bit white
2
Cross hatch
3
Adjusting white
4
Distortion
5
Blue60
6
Blue60 frame
7
Gray30
8
Gray30 frame
9
Gray08
10
Gray08 frame
11
Blue40
12
Blue50
13
Gray40
14
Gray50
15
Contrast measurement pattern
16
Lamp
17
Color bar
18
Distortion 2
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Test _ sel
sel
Selected test pattern number
0 – 18
Selected test pattern number
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.1.46. Tstmute (Test Mute)
Function: Each color (R,G and B) muting. This command is available when test pattern number 0,
1, 2 ,3 and 7.
Format: ID Tstmute _ Sel [ _ Mute ]
Color selecting to mute
Sel
0
Red
1
Green
2
Blue
Mute
Color mute status selected in Sel
0
Mute cancel
1
Mute
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Tstmute _ sel [ _ mute ]
Selected color
sel
0–2
Mute color
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
mute
Selected color mute status
0
Mute cancel
1
Mute
Omitted It is omitted when sel is “?00” or “?01”.
4.1.47. save (System Memory Save)
Function: system memory setting value saving. It may take more than 700 msec till the display
returns the result string after receiving a command.
Format: ID save
Response: ID save [ _ err ]
Result status
err
Omitted Normal end (saving is finished)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2. Input signal adjustment commands
4.2.1. Asgain (Gain)
Function: Gain (white level) value or clamp level setting of analog RGB signal in selected input
port. The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID Asgain _ RGB [ _ Data ]
Adjusting color (R,G or B) selecting
RGB
0
Red gain fine adjusting
1
Green gain fine adjusting
2
Blue gain fine adjusting
3
Main contrast adjusting (S.ANALOG of model group C)
4
Red clamp level adjusting
5
Green clamp level adjusting
6
Blue clamp level adjusting
Data
Gain(white level) adjusting value
0 – 127 Gain (white level) adjusting value
ANALOG of model
group C
0 – 255 Gain (white level) adjusting value
ANALOG of Model
group A, B and
S.ANALOG of all
models
0 – 127 Clamp level adjusting value
ANALOG
0 – 255 Clamp level adjusting value
S.ANALOG
256
System memory setting
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Asgain_ rgb [ _ data ]
R,G or B selecting
rgb
0
Red gain fine adjusting
1
Green gain fine adjusting
2
Blue gain fine adjusting
3
Main contrast adjusting (S.ANALOG of model group C)
4
Red clamp level adjusting
5
Green clamp level adjusting
6
Blue clamp level adjusting
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
data
Current gain value of the color designated in rgb.
If 255(system memory setting value) is designated as the gain value, the
system memory setting value will be returned in the next value
operating.
0 – 127 Gain (white level) adjusting value
ANALOG of model
group C
0 – 255 Gain (white level) adjusting value
ANALOG of model
group A, B and
S.ANALOG of all
models
0 – 127 Clamp level adjusting value
ANALOG
0 – 255 Clamp level adjusting value
S.ANALOG
Omitted It is omitted when rgb is ” ?00 ” or ” ?01 ”.
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4.2.2. Aswhite (Auto White )
Function: Automatic white level adjusting of analog RGB signal in selected input port. The
execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution. Full-bit white
signal is required to input from the selected analog input port when this command is
executed. When Mode of Isig command is not set to 0, this command is not available. It may
take more than 700 msec till the display returns the result string after receiving a command.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID Aswhite
Response: ID Aswhite [ _ err ]
err
Results status
Omitted Normal end (automatic adjusting is finished)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.3. Deldisp (Delete Display memory)
Function: Display memory deleting. It may take more than 700 msec till the display returns the
result string after receiving a command.
Format: ID Deldisp _ MemNo
MemNo Display memory number to be deleted
1 – 256
Display memory number
Response: ID Deldisp _ memno
memno Deleted display memory number
1 – 256
Display memory number
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.4. Delinp (Delete Input Memory)
Function: Input memory deleting. It may take more than 700 msec till the display returns the result
string after receiving a command.
Format: ID Delinp _ MemNo
MemNo Input memory number to be deleted
1 – 128
Input memory number
Response: ID Delinp _ memno
memno Deleted input memory number
1 – 128
Input memory number
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.5. IPconv (Pixel Conversion)
Function: Pixel conversion filter setting. The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp
command execution.
Format: ID IPconv [ _ Mode ]
Pixel conversion mode setting
Mode
0–1
ANALOG, DIGITAL of model group C
0–2
ANALOG, DIGITAL of model group A, B
0–2
S.ANALOG,S.DIGITAL,COMPOSITE,Y/C
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID IPconv _ mode
mode
Current pixel conversion mode setting value
0–2
Pixel conversion mode setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.6. Iaperture (Aperture)
Function: Aperture setting. The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command
execution.
Format: ID Iaperture [ _ Mode ]
Aperture setting
Mode
0
Aperture OFF
1–4
Aperture setting value
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Iaperture_ mode
mode
Current aperture setting value
0
Aperture OFF
1–4
Aperture setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.7. Iaspect (Aspect Ratio)
Function: Aspect ratio setting for input signal of the input boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VCB50KA / VC-B50KV). The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command
execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Iaspect [ _ Mode ]
Mode
Aspect ratio setting
0
4:3
1
5:4
2
16:9
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Iaspect_ mode
mode
Current aspect ratio setting value
0
4:3
1
5:4
2
16:9
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.8. Ibrt (Brightness)
Function: Brightness adjusting. The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp
command execution.
Format: ID Ibrt [ _ Brt ]
Brightness setting value
Brt
-50 – 50 Brightness setting value
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Ibrt _ brt
brt
Current brightness setting value
-50 – 50 Current brightness setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.9. Iclpos (Clamp Position)
Function: Clamp pulse position setting in analog RGB input signal. The execution result is saved
in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID Iclpos [ _ Pos ]
Pos
Clamp pulse position setting value
0 – 15
ANALOG of model group C
ANALOG of model group A, B and S.ANALOG of all
0 – 255
models
0 – 255
S.ANALOG
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Iclpos _ pos
pos
Current clamp pulse position setting value
0 – 255
Clamp pulse position setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.10. Iclrng (Clock Range)
Function: Sampling frequency range setting in analog input signal. The execution result is saved
in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID Iclrng [ _ Range]
Sampling frequency range
Range
1
25M – 55MHz
When ANALOG of model
group C is selected.
2
Reserved
3
Reserved
4
55M – 65MHz
5
Reserved
6
65M – 95MHz
7
Reserved
8
95M – 115MHz
0–4
Reserved
When ANALOG of model
group A, B is selected.
5
25M – 32MHz
6–7
8
9
10 – 12
13
14
15
16 – 17
18
0
1–4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Reserved
32M – 45MHz
45M – 64MHz
Reserved
64M – 80MHz
80M – 100MHz
Auto setting
forbidden setting
110M – 122MHz
Auto setting
Reserved
21.25[MHz] – 27.5[MHz]
27.5[MHz] – 35[MHz]
35[MHz] – 38.75[MHz]
38.75[MHz] – 40[MHz]
40[MHz] – 42.5[MHz]
42.5[MHz] – 55[MHz]
55[MHz] – 70[MHz]
70[MHz] – 77.5[MHz]
77.5[MHz] – 80[MHz]
80[MHz] – 85[MHz]
85[MHz] – 110[MHz]
110[MHz] – 140[MHz]
140[MHz] – 155[MHz]
155[MHz] – 165[MHz]
– 20[MHz]
20[MHz] – 25[MHz]
28[MHz] – 38[MHz]
38[MHz] – 45[MHz]
Reserved
Reserved
45[MHz] – 61[MHz]
61[MHz] – 77[MHz]
77[MHz] – 82[MHz]
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When S.ANALOG of VCB20KA is selected.
When S.ANALOG of VCB50KA is selected.
10
Reserved
11
Reserved
12
82[MHz] – 122[MHz]
13
122[MHz] – 146[MHz]
14
Reserved
15
Reserved
16
146[MHz] –
17
Reserved
18
Reserved
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Iclrng _ range
Current sampling frequency range setting
range
1 – 18
sampling frequency range setting
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.11. Iclwidth (Clamp Width)
Function: Clamp pulse width setting in analog input signal. The execution result is saved in input
memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID Iclwidth [ _ Width ]
Clamp pulse width setting value
Width
0 – 15
ANALOG of model group C
0 – 30
ANALOG of model group A, B
0 – 30
S.ANALOG input
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Iclwidth _ width
Current clamp pulse width setting value
width
0 – 30
Clamp pulse width setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.12. Icmtx (Color Matrix)
Function: Color matrix type setting. The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp
command execution.
Format: ID Icmtx [ _ Cmatrix ]
Cmatrix Color matrix type setting
0
OFF
1
VIDEO
2
COMPUTER
3
USER
Omitted
Current setting status display
Response: ID Icmtx _ cmatrix
cmatrix Current color matrix type setting
0–3
Current color matrix type setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.13. Icolor (Color)
Function: Color (color depth) setting in video input signal of the input board (VC-B20KV / VCB50KV). The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Icolor [ _ Col ]
Col
Color setting value
-8 – 8
Color depth setting value
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Icolor _ col
col
Current color setting value
-8 – 8
Current color setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.14. Icont (Contrast)
Function: Contrast setting in input signal. The execution result is saved in input memory by
Reginp command execution.
Format: ID Icont [ _ Cont ]
Cont
Contrast setting value
0 – 150 Contrast setting value
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Icont _ cont
Current contrast setting value
cont
0 – 150 Current contrast setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.15. Idsync (Direct Sync)
Function: Sync select setting in analog input signal. The execution result is saved in input memory
by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID Idsync [ _ Cnt]
Cnt
Sync select setting
When ANALOG input is
1
AUTO
selected.
3
SOG
When S.ANALOG input
1
AUTO
is selected.
2
HD/VD
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Idsync _ cnt
Current Sync Select setting
cnt
1–3
Sync Select setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.16. Iepllh (PLL hold end)
Function: PLL hold end position setting in analog input signal. The execution result is saved in
input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective models and inputs: ANALOG of model group A, B and S.ANALOG of all models
Format: ID Iepllh [ _ End ]
PLL hold end position
End
0 – 31
PLL hold end position
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Iepllh _ end
Current PLL hold end position
end
0 – 31
Current PLL hold end position
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.17. Ifilter (Filter)
Function: Sharpness setting in video signal of the input board (VC-B20KV / VC-B50KV). The
execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ifilter [ _ Data ]
Sharpness setting value
Data
-8 – 8
Sharpness setting value
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ifilter _ data
data
Current sharpness setting value
-8 – 8
Current sharpness setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.18. Ifine (Fine Delay)
Function: Fine sync setting in analog input signal to adjust sampling clock phase with A/D
converter. The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S.ANALOG
Format: ID Ifine [ _ Phase ]
Phase
Sampling clock phase setting value
-16 – 15
When ANALOG input port is selected.
-32 – 31
When S.ANALOG input port is selected.
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ifine _ phase
phase
Current sampling clock phase setting value
-16 – 15
When ANALOG input port is selected.
-32 – 31
When S.ANALOG input port is selected.
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.19. Ifinv (Field Invert)
Function: Field swap setting when input signal is interlace. Use this command when the displayed
image is unnatural since the odd field and even fields are inverted. The execution result is
saved in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL
Format: ID Ifinv [ _ Mode ]
Field swap mode
Mode
0
Not to swap fields
1
To swap fields
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Ifinv _ mode
mode
Current field swap mode
0
Not to swap fields
1
To swap fields
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.20. Ihsize (H size)
Function: Horizontal pixels setting in input signal to adjust effective horizontal size. The execution
result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution. It executes after UP
command receiving.
Effective models and inputs: ANALOG and DIGITAL of model group A, B.
S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C of all models
Format: ID Ihsize [ _ Size ]
Size
Effective horizontal size setting value
640 – Effective horizontal size setting value
ANALOG, S.DIGITAL
1400
of model group A, B
600 – Effective horizontal size setting value
S.ANALOG,
2000
(Only even number can be used when S.DIGITAL,
composite or Y/C signal is selected.)
COMPOSITE, Y/C
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Ihsize _ size
Current effective horizontal size setting value
size
640 – Current effective horizontal size
ANALOG, S.DIGITAL
1400
setting value
of model group A, B
600 – Current effective horizontal size
S.ANALOG,
2000
setting value
S.DIGITAL,
(Only even number can be used when COMPOSITE, Y/C
composite or Y/C signal is selected.)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.21. Ihst (H start position)
Function: Horizontal position setting in input signal to adjust effective horizontal start position. The
execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution. It executes after
UP command receiving.
Format: ID Ihst [ _ Start ]
Effective horizontal start position setting value
Start
0 – 500 ANALOG and S.DIGITAL of model group C
0 – 1000 ANALOG and S.DIGITAL of model group A, B
0 – 1920 S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Ihst _ start
start
Current effective horizontal start position setting value
0 – 500 ANALOG and S.DIGITAL of model group C
0 – 1000 ANALOG and S.DIGITAL of model group A, B
0 – 1920 S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.22. Ihtotal (H total)
Function: Tracking setting in analog input signal to adjust total horizontal sampling number with
A/D converter. The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command
execution.
Effective inputs: ANALOG, S. ANALOG
Format: ID Ihtotal [ _ Num ]
Num
Total horizontal sampling number (Only even number is available.)
700 – 1900 ANALOG and S.DIGITAL of model group C
700 – 2000 ANALOG and S.DIGITAL of model group A, B
700 – 2300 S.ANALOG (VC-B20KA)
700 – 2640 S.ANALOG (VC-B50KA)
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ihtotal _ num
num
Current horizontal total sampling number
700 – 1900 ANALOG and S.DIGITAL of model group C
700 – 2000 ANALOG and S.DIGITAL of model group A, B
700 – 2300 S.ANALOG (VC-B20KA)
700 – 2640 S.ANALOG (VC-B50KA)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.23. Iname (Input Memory Name)
Function: Comment setting in input memory. The execution result is saved in input memory by
Reginp command execution.
Format: ID Iname MemNo [ _ ‘ Comment ’ ]
MemNo
Input memory number
0
Comment setting (Only when comment is not omitted.)
1 – 128
Input memory number to read comment
(Only when Comment is Omitted.)
Comment Comment to set in input memory designated in MemNo
Character Comment *
strings
Omitted Current setting value display
* The comment should be quoted by single quotation mark (27h: “ ’ ”). Available characters are
one-byte alphanumeric code, one-byte space and followings. Maximum number is 16
characters.
‘-’ (hyphen), ‘*’ (asterisk), ‘/’ (slash), ‘!’ (exclamation mark), ‘:’ (colon), ‘.’ (period), ‘?’ (question
mark), ‘(’, ‘)’ (parenthesis).
Response: ID Iname _ memno [ _ comment ]
memno Input memory number
0
The value when comment is not omitted
1 – 128
Input memory number
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
comment Comment in input memory designated in memno
Character Comment
strings
Omitted
It is omitted when memno is “?00” or “?01”.
4.2.24. Iscan (Scan Mode)
Function: Interlace setting to select scan mode; interlace (Static/Motion) or non-interlace, when
the input signal is analog or digital of the input board (VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA). The
execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL
Format: ID Iscan [ _ Mode ]
Mode
Scan mode (interlace/non interlace)
0
Non interlace
1
Interlace (Static mode)
2
Interlace (Motion mode)
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Iscan _ mode
Current scan mode (interlace/non interlace)
mode
0
Non interlace
1
Interlace (Static mode)
2
Interlace (Motion mode)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.25. Isig (Input SignalType)
Function: Signal type setting to select (RGB, YcbCr or YPbPr). This command is an exclusive
command for the input board (VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA). The execution result is saved in
input memory by Reginp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL
Format: ID Isig [ _ Mode ]
Input signal
Mode
0
RGB
1
YPbPr
2
YcbCr(VC-B50KA)
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Isig _ mode
mode
Current input signal selecting
0
Input signal selecting
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.26. Ismode (Sync Mode)
Function: Flame lock setting when input signal displaying. The execution result is saved in input
memory by Reginp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective models and inputs: ANALOG and DIGITAL of model group A, B.
S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C of all models
Format: ID Ismode [ _ Mode ]
Mode
Flame lock
0
OFF (Frame rate conversion mode)
1
ON (Synchronized with input signal mode)
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Ismode _ mode
mode
Current flame lock setting
0
OFF (Frame rate conversion mode)
1
ON (Synchronized with input signal mode)
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.27. Ispllh (PLL hold start)
Function: PLL hold start position setting in analog input signal. The execution result is saved in
input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective models and inputs: ANALOG of model group A, B and S.ANALOG of all models
Format: ID Ispllh [ _ Start ]
PLL hold start position
Start
-32 – 0
PLL hold start position
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ispllh _ start
start
Current PLL hold start position and V noise mask end position
-32 – 0
Current PLL hold start position and V noise mask end
position
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.28. Itint (Tint)
Function: Tint setting in NTSC video input signal of the input board (VC-B20KV / VC-B50KV). The
execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Itint [ _ Tint ]
Tint
Tint setting value
-8 – 8
Tint setting value
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Itint _ tint
tint
Current Tint setting value
-8 – 8
Current Tint setting value
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.29. Ivcr (VCR Mode)
Function: VCR Mode setting in video input signal of the input board (VC-B20KV / VC-B50KV). The
execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp command execution.
Effective inputs: COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ivcr [ _ Mode ]
VCR mode
Mode
0
VCR mode OFF
1
VCR mode ON
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ivcr _ mode
mode
Current VCR mode
0
VCR mode OFF
1
VCR mode ON
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.30. Ivsig (Video signal)
Function: Video signal format setting. The execution result is saved in input memory by Reginp
command execution.
Effective inputs: COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ivsig [ _ Sel ]
Video input signal
Sel
0
AUTO
1
NTSC
2
PAL
3
SECAM
4
PAL-M
5
PAL-N
6
443NTSC
7
PAL-60
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Ivsig _ sel
sel
Current selected video signal
0–7
selected video signal
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.31. Ivsize (V size)
Function: Vertical lines setting in input signal. The execution result is saved in input memory by
Reginp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving. The values of Ovcrp,
Ovcsize, Ovst and Ovsize are re-calculated by this command.
Effective models and inputs: ANALOG and DIGITAL of model group A, B
S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C of all models
Format: ID Ivsize [ _ Size ]
Size
Effective vertical size setting value
350 – 1050 Effective vertical size setting
ANALOG and DIGITAL
value
of model group A, B
8 – 1300
Effective vertical size setting
S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL
value
COMPOSITE, Y/C
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ivsize _ size
size
Current effective vertical size setting value
350 – 1050 Effective vertical size setting
ANALOG and DIGITAL
value
of model group A, B
8 – 1300
Effective vertical size setting
S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL
value
COMPOSITE, Y/C
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.32. Ivst (V start position)
Function: Vertical start position setting in input signal. The execution result is saved in input
memory by Reginp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving. The sum
of Ivst and Ivsize setting values may be automatically changed not to over the measured line
number of the input signal.
Format: ID Ivst [ _ Start ]
Start
Effective vertical start position setting value
0 – 50
ANALOG and DIGITAL of model group C
0 – 500 ANALOG and DIGITAL of model group A, B
0 – 1200 S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Omitted Current setting value display
Response: ID Ivst _ start
start
Current effective vertical start position setting value
0 – 50
ANALOG and DIGITAL of model group C
0 – 500 ANALOG and DIGITAL of model group A, B
0 – 1200 S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.33. Ohcrp (H crop position)
Function: Horizontal crop start position setting from frame memory of input signal of the input
boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV). The execution result is saved in
display memory by Regdisp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ohcrp [ _ Pos ]
Horizontal crop start position setting value from frame memory
Pos
0 – 1919
Horizontal crop start position
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ohcrp _ pos
pos
Current horizontal crop start position setting value from frame memory
0 – 1919
Current horizontal crop start position
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.34. Ohcsize (H crop size)
Function: Horizontal crop size setting from frame memory of input signal of the input boards (VCB20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV). The execution result is saved in display
memory by Regdisp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ohcsize [ _ Size ]
Horizontal crop size value from frame memory
Size
8 – 1920
Horizontal crop size
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ohcsize _ size
size
Current horizontal crop size value from frame memory
8 – 1920
Current horizontal crop size
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.35. Ohsize (H size)
Function: Horizontal display size in input signal of the input boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VCB50KA / VC-B50KV) setting on screen. The execution result is saved in display memory by
Regdisp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ohsize [ _ Size ]
Size
Horizontal display size setting value on screen
1 – 1072
Horizontal display size
Model group C
2 – 1072
Horizontal display size
VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV
1 – 1448
Horizontal display size
Model group B
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 )mode
1 – 1328
Horizontal display size
Model group B
SXGA (1280 x 1024 )mode
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ohsize _ size
Current horizontal display size setting value on screen
size
1 – 1072
Horizontal display size
Model group C
2 – 1072
Horizontal display size
VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV
1 – 1448
Horizontal display size
Model group B
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 )mode
1 – 1328
Horizontal display size
Model group B
SXGA (1280 x 1024 )mode
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.36. Ohst (H start)
Function: Horizontal display position in input signal of the input boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV /
VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV) setting on screen. The execution result is saved in display memory
by Regdisp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ohst [ _ Pos ]
Pos
Horizontal display position setting value on screen
-24 – 1023 Horizontal display position Model group A, C
-24 – 1399 Horizontal display position Model group B
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 )mode
-24 – 1279 Horizontal display position Model group B
SXGA (1280 x 1024 )mode
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ohst _ pos
Current horizontal display position setting value on screen
pos
-24 – 1023 Horizontal display position
Model group A, C
-24 – 1399 Horizontal display position
Model group B
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 )mode
-24 – 1279 Horizontal display position
Model group B
SXGA (1280 x 1024 )mode
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.37. Oscmode (Display Screen Mode)
Function: Screen mode in input signal of the input boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA /
VC-B50KV) setting. The execution result is saved in display memory by Regdisp command
execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Oscmode [ _ Mode ]
Screen mode
Mode
0
NORMAL
1
TRIMMING
2
FULL
Omitted Current setting status display
Response: ID Oscmode _ mode
mode
Current screen mode
0
NORMAL
1
TRIMMING
2
FULL
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.38. Out (Digital Out)
Function: Digital out setting to select the input memory number to be output from the digital output
terminal of the input board (VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA). It is invalid when input memory of
XL20U main unit is selected as designate input memory. The execution result is saved in
display memory by Regdisp command execution.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Out [ _ MemNo]
MemNo Digital out setting
0
OFF
1 – 128
Input memory number
129
SCREEN
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Out _ memno
memNo Current digital out setting
0
OFF
1 – 128
Input memory number
129
SCREEN
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.39. Ovcrp (V crop position)
Function: Vertical crop start position setting from frame memory of input signal of the input boards
(VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV). The execution result is saved in display
memory by Regdisp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ovcrp [ _ Pos ]
Pos
Vertical crop start position setting value from frame memory
0 – 1199
Vertical crop start position
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ovcrp _ pos
Current vertical crop start position setting value from frame memory
pos
0 – 1199
Current vertical crop start position
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.40. Ovcsize (V crop size)
Function: Vertical crop size position setting from frame memory of input signal of the input boards
(VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV). The execution result is saved in display
memory by Regdisp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ovcsize [ _ Size]
Vertical crop size setting value from frame memory
Size
1 – 1200
Vertical crop size
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ovcsize _ size
size
Current vertical crop size setting value from frame memory
1 – 1200
Current vertical crop size
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.41. Ovsize (V size)
Function: Vertical display size in input signal of the input boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VCB50KA / VC-B50KV) setting on screen. The execution result is saved in display memory by
Regdisp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ovsize [ _ Size ]
Vertical display size setting value on screen
Size
1 – 802
Vertical display size
Model group C
2 – 802
Vertical display size
VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV
1 – 1086
Vertical display size
Model group B
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 )mode
1 – 1060
Vertical display size
Model group B
SXGA (1280 x 1024 )mode
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ovsize _ size
size
Current vertical display size setting value on screen
1 – 802
Vertical display size
Model group C
2 – 802
Vertical display size
VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV
1 – 1086
Vertical display size
Model group B
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 )mode
1 – 1060
Vertical display size
Model group B
SXGA (1280 x 1024 )mode
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.42. Ovst (V start)
Function: Vertical display position in input signal of the input boards (VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV /
VC-B50KA / VC-B50KV) setting on screen. The execution result is saved in display memory
by Regdisp command execution. It executes after UP command receiving.
Effective inputs: S.ANALOG, S.DIGITAL, COMPOSITE, Y/C
Format: ID Ovst [ _ Pos ]
Pos
Vertical display position setting value on screen
-17 – 767 Vertical display position
Model group A, C
-18 – 1049 Vertical display position
Model group B
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 )mode
-18 – 1023 Vertical display position
Models group B
SXGA (1280 x 1024 )mode
Omitted
Current setting value display
Response: ID Ovst _ pos
Current vertical display position setting value on screen
pos
-17 – 767 Vertical display position
Model group A, C
-18 – 1049 Vertical display position
Model group B
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 )mode
-18 – 1023 Vertical display position
Models group B
SXGA (1280 x 1024 )mode
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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4.2.43. Regdisp (Registration of the Display memory)
Function: Display memory registration. It may take more than 700 msec till the display returns the
result string after receiving a command. This command is invalid when input memory is not
registered.
Format: ID Regdisp _ [ MemNo _ OverWrt ]
MemNo Display memory number
1 – 256
Display memory number
Omitted
Current display memory number display
OverWrt Overwriting/not overwriting setting (when the display memory number
that is designated in MemNo has already been registered.)
0
Not overwriting
1
Overwriting
Omitted
Current display memory number display
Response: ID Regdisp _ memno [ _ overwrt]
memno Current display memory number
1 – 256
Current display memory number
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure (already registered )
overwrt OverWrt echo back
0–1
OverWrt value displaying when MemNo and OverWrt are
not omitted.
Omitted
It is omitted when memno is “?00” or “?01” or MemNo and
OverWrt are omitted.
4.2.44. Reginp (Registration of the Input Memory)
Function: Input memory registration. It may take more than 700 msec till the display returns the
result string after receiving a command.
Format: ID Reginp _ [ MemNo _ OverWrt ]
MemNo Input memory number
1 – 128
Input memory number
Omitted
Current input memory number display
OverWrt Overwriting/not overwriting setting (when the input memory number that
is designated in MemNo has already been registered.)
0
Not overwriting
1
Overwriting
Omitted
Current input memory number display
Response: ID Reginp _ memno [ _ overwrt]
memno Current input memory number
1 – 128
Input memory number
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
overwrt OverWrt echo back
0–1
OverWrt value displaying when MemNo and OverWrt are
not omitted.
Omitted
It is omitted when memno is “?00” or “?01” or MemNo and
OverWrt are omitted.
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4.2.45. memscan (Memory Scan)
Function: To scan adequate input signal setting among registered input memory list and the
default memory, and then call and display the matched memory. If it doesn’t match, it
calculates the setting values from measuring result of input signal and is ready for displaying
them. It may take more than 700 msec till the display returns the result string after receiving
a command.
Format: ID memscan
Response: ID memscan _ memno
memno
Result status
0
No matched memory
1 – 128
Called input memory number from the execution result
129 – 255 Called memory number in the default table from the execution result
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
4.2.46. resolution (Resolution Select)
Function: Resolution setting of the input signal.
Effective models and inputs: ANALOG and DIGITAL of model group C
Format: ID resolution _ Mode
Mode
Resolution setting
0
640X480,60Hz
1
800X600,56Hz
2
800X600,60Hz
3
1024X768,60Hz
4
1280X960,60Hz
5
1280X1024,60Hz
Response: ID resolution _ mode
mode
Resolution setting
0
640X480,60Hz
1
800X600,56Hz
2
800X600,60Hz
3
1024X768,60Hz
4
1280X960,60Hz
5
1280X1024,60Hz
?00
Invalid parameter
?01
Execution failure
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5. Control example
“Fig. 5.1 system connection” describes an example of multi-screen controlling and “Table 5.1 memory
contents” shows the contents of registered memories. Each unit has installed the input board (VCB20KA / VC-B50KA).
a
b
Main unit input
A
Main unit input
ID1
ID2
ID3
ID4
Matrix
switcher
B
VC-B20KA input
Main unit input
Main unit input
c
d
Fig. 5.1 system connection
Memory
Input memory
Display memory
Memory number
1
2
3
1
2
Description
Input A (VC-B20KA input)
Input A (VC-B20KA input)
Input a, input b, input c, input d (Main unit input)
Input A expansion setting for 4 screens
Input B expansion setting for 4 screens
Table 5.1 memory contents
5.1. Start-up process example
Sending strings
00vP 1
01vP
01vP
Response strings
Description
00vP 1
Turning on direction
00vP 2
Waiting for start-up process finishing by vP
command (only in ID1 display)
00vP 2
01vP
01vP
02vP
00vP 2
00vP 1
02vP 1
03vP
04vP
03vP 1
04vP 1
Confirmation of start-up process finishing in ID1
Confirmation of start-up process finishing in the
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5.2. VC-B20KA / VC-B50KA input signal display
5.2.1. Display memory calling example 1
Sending strings
Response strings
00Pmute 1
00Pmute 1
00Calldisp 1
00Calldisp 1
00UP
00UP
(Wait) (External switcher switching etc.)
00Pmute 0
00UP
00Pmute 0
00UP
Description
Picture mute direction
Direction of display memory 1 calling
Execution of Pmute and Calldisp commands
Waiting a few seconds
(to prevent from picture noise when switching)
Direction of picture mute cancel
Execution of Pmute command
Displaying after execution
5.2.2. Display memory calling example 2
Sending strings
Response strings
00Pmute 1
00Pmute 1
00Calldisp 2
00Calldisp 2
00UP
00UP
(Wait) (External switcher switching etc.)
00Pmute 0
00UP
00Pmute 0
00UP
Before execution
Description
Picture mute direction
Direction of display memory 2 calling
Execution of Pmute and Calldisp commands
Waiting a few seconds
(to prevent from picture noise when switching)
Direction of picture mute cancel
Execution of Pmute command
Displaying after execution
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5.2.3.
Original size display in ID1
Sending strings
Response strings
01Pmute 1
01Pmute 1
01Callinp 1
01Callinp 1
01Ohmpos 1 1
01Ohmpos 1 1
01Ovmpos 1 1
01Ovmpos 1 1
01UP
01UP
(Wait) (External switcher switching etc.)
01Pmute 0
01UP
01Pmute 0
01UP
Description
Picture mute direction to ID1
Direction of input memory 1 calling
Setting of horizontal expansion rate of ID1 to 1/1
Setting of vertical expansion rate of ID1 to 1/1
Execution of Pmute, Callinp, Ohmpos and Ovmpos
commands
Waiting a few seconds
(to prevent from picture noise when switching)
Direction of picture mute cancel
Execution of Pmute command
A
Before execution
Displaying after execution
5.3. Main unit input signal display example
(different images in original sizes without display memories)
Sending strings
00Pmute 1
00Callinp 3
Response strings
Description
00Pmute 1
Picture mute direction toward all displays
00Callinp 3
Direction of input memory 3 calling. Input port is
main unit.
00UP
00UP
Execution of Pmute and Calldisp commands
(Wait) (External switcher switching etc.) Waiting a few seconds
(to prevent from picture noise when switching)
00Pmute 0
00Pmute 0
Direction of picture mute cancel
00UP
00UP
Execution of Pmute command
Before execution
a
b
c
d
Displaying after execution
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6. Start up and shut down
6.1. Start-up process
When turning on (vP) command is published, it starts start-up process according to the contents saved
in the last memory. The priority is the order of the display memory, the input memory and input port.
If the memory number is set by start memory (Startmem command), set memory number is called at
start-up proccessing.
If auto power setting (Sautopow command) is set auto power on, the unit starts start-up process
automatically.
6.2. Shut-down process
When the unit shut down, following contents are memorized in the last memory.
Memorized last memory item
Last power
Last power control state
Input port number
Last selected input port number
Input memory number
Last selected input memory number
Display memory number
Last selected display memory number
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MECH ALIGNMENT
GRADATION
TARGET COLOR
HOT EXCHANGE
CHANGE MODE
WHITE/RED/GREEEN/BLUE
/OFF
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
TOP/LEFT
TOP/LIGHT
BOTTOM/LEFT
BOTTOM/RIGHT
ZOOM
H-KEYSTONE
V-KEYSTONE
TILT
H-POSITION
V-POSITION
CALIBRATION
SET INITIAL SENSOR DATA
SENSOR
CSC 1 CSC 2 CSC OFF
R→R
R→G
R→B
G→R
CSC
G→G
G→B
B→R
B→G
B→B
SET TARGET COLOR
Remote controllable item
Select CSC table
Setup of CSC
Set Target Color
SelCSC
SetCSC
PSetTColor
SALC
PALC
System
Hot exchange
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System
System
PLSearch
SCmode
SHotEx
System
Change mode
Mech Alignment
Pmech
System
System
System
System
System
System
Memory
Position calibration
Set Gradation
SetGrad
Set Initial Sensor Data
Auto luminance control
Function
command
7.1. Service menu adjusting item
7. Remote controllable item list
Save
Save
Save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
Save
command
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Update
support
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
*Kind of
command
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OVERLAP
START MEMORY
DITHER
3D Y/C
GAMMA
ADV.DARK
TERMINATE.
S. TERMINATE
ADV.COLOR
LAMP MODE
LAMP POWER
SDIRECTION
FILTER TIMER
COLOR MATRIX
BLACK LEVEL
V-OFFSET SIZE
H-OFFSET SIZE
V-OFFSET
H-OFFSET
R-LEVEL
G-LEVEL
B-LEBEL
LOW MIDDLE HIGH
R GAIN
G GAIN
B GAIN
SATURATION
RED
YELLOW
GREEN
CYAN
BLUE
MAGENTA
AUTO GAIN
R GAIN
MANUAL GAIN
G GAIN
B GAIN
Remote controllable item
Select white balance table
Setup of White balance
Color Matrix
Auto white adjustment of all memories.
Gain adjustment of all memories
Filter Warning Setting
SelW
SetW
Scmtxset
SAwhite
SAgain
SetFilter
Sdirection
Slpower
Slmode
ADV.Color
SAcolor
SAdark
Sgamma
S3DYC
Sdither
Startmem
Sdisp
Shpos
Svpos
Shsize
Svsize
System
System
System
System
H Display position offset
V Display position offset
H Display size offset
V Display size offset
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System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Memory
Display mode (Overlap ON/OFF)
Start Memory
Dither ON/OFF
3D Y/C contorol
Gamma table select
ADV.Dark
Analog Terminate
SAnaTerm
Lamp mode
Lamp Power
Direction
Black level
Function
Sblack
command
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
save
Save
command
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Update
support
Input board
Input board
Input board
Input board
Input board
Common
Common
Input board
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
*Kind of
command
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Video/System Memory save
Filter timer reset
Lamp timer reset
Resolution
Cable length
Lamp out mode
Auto Power setting
Blanking
Indicator setting
7.2.1. MENU1
APERTURE
COLOR MATRIX
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
FRAME CONTROL
V.SIZE
H.SIZE
V.POSITION
H.POSITION
F-INVERT
INTERLACE
MENU1 + NORMAL Key
memscan
Ihst
Ivst
Ihsize
Ivsize
Ismode
Iscan
Ifinv
resolution
Ivsig
Ibrt
Icont
Icmtx
Iaperture
command
Aperture
Color Matrix
Contrast
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Video signal
Brightness
Input
Resolution Select
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
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Input
Input
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
–
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
–
Save
command
–
–
–
–
–
–
Memory
Save
Save
Save
save
save
save
save
save
Save
command
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Memory
Field invert
Scan mode
Sync mode
Input siganl V start position
Input siganl H size
Input siganl V start position
Input siganl H start position
Memory Scan
Function
7.2. VC-B20KA / VC-B20KV / VC-B50KA / VC-B50KVinput adjusting item
DIGITAL
Remote controllable item
–
FILTER RESET
LAMP TIMER RESET
RESOLUTION
CABLE LENGTH
BLOWOUT
AUTO POWER ON
WHITE BOOST
INDICATION
Image flip
System sync (50Hz/60Hz)
Syssync
Sflip
SautoDisp
Sblank
Sautopow
Slampout
Scablelength
Sresol
PLampTReset
Sfilter
save
SYSTEM SYNC
IMAGE FLIP
Function
command
Remote controllable item
Common
Common
Common
Common
Input board
Main unit
Input board
Common
Input board
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
*Kind of
command
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
*Kind of
command
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
–
Update
support
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Update
support
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7.2.2. MENU2
MANUAL
AUTO
V DISPLAY POS
H DISPLAY POS
V SIZE
H SIZE
V position
H position
Remote controllable item
–
–
VCR MODE
SHARPNESS
TINT
COLOR
SIGNAL-TYPE
CLOCK RENGE
SYNC SELECT
MASK END
MASK START
CLAMP WHIDTH
CLAMP START
FINE
H.TOTAL
SCALING FILTER
ASPECT-RATIO
Remote controllable item
R GAIN
G GAIN
B GAIN
Ohmpos
Ovmpos
Ohcrp
Ovcrp
Ohcsize
Ovcsize
command
Signal Type
Isig
Icolor
Itint
Ifilter
Ivcr
Iname
Reginp
Input
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Input siganl V crop size
Input siganl H crop size
Input siganl V crop position
Input siganl H crop position
V multi position
H multi position
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Memory
Input
Input memory Name
Function
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Memory
VCR MODE
Sharpness filter(Vidoe)
Tint (NTSC Video)
Color (Video)
Gain adjustment (RGB analog)
Auto white (RGB analog)
Clock range (RGB analog)
Direct sync ON/OFF (RGB analog)
PLL hold end (RGB analog)
PLL hold start (RGB analog)
Width of clamp pulse (RGB analog)
Clamp position (RGB analog)
AD fine delay (RGB analog)
H total (RGB analog)
Pixel Conversion
Aspect Ratio
Function
Asgain
Iaspect
IPconv
Ihtotal
Ifine
Iclpos
Iclwidth
Ispllh
Iepllh
Idsync
Iclrng
Aswhite
command
Regdisp
Regdisp
Regdisp
Regdisp
Regdisp
Regdisp
Save
command
–
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Reginp
Save
command
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
Update
support
Input board
–
–
–
–
–
–
Input board
Input board
Input board
Input board
Input board
Input board
*Kind of
command
Common
Common
Input board
Input board
Input board
Input board
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Input board
*Kind of
command
UP
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Update
support
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Ohst
Ovst
Ohsize
Ovsize
Out
Oscmode
Regdisp
command
A
INPUT Key
Update
UP
Pmute
System
ST
SALCth
Pmechst
PLampChange
Lamp Change
Mech Adjuster Status(read only)
Threshold for auto luminance contorol
Status(read only)
System Information (read only)
Picture Mute
Function
Command
7.4. Controll command item list
R G B Key
TEST Key
ON / OFF
POWER Key
Callinp
Delinp
Calldisp
Deldisp
vP
Pinp
Test
Tstmute
Command
7.3. Other remote controllable item list
Remote controllable item
-
SCREEN MODE
DIGITAL OUT
V SIZE
H SIZE
V position
H position
Remote controllable item
Update
support
–
–
–
–
70
save
–
–
–
–
Save
command
System
–
–
–
–
Memory
Test Mute
Test signal
Input select
Common
–
–
–
–
–
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
*Kind of
command
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
12
18
20
23
15
16
12
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
–
–
–
–
–
Common
Common
–
UP
Common
*Kind of
command
Common
UP
Update
support
pages
Save
command
–
–
Input board
Input board
–
UP
Input board
Input board
Input board
Input board
*Kind of
command
UP
UP
UP
UP
Update
support
Regdisp
Regdisp
Regdisp
Regdisp
Regdisp
Regdisp
Save
command
UP
–
Delete display memory
–
–
–
–
Display
Display Memory Call
Power ON/OFF
Input
Display
Delete Input memory
Input
Memory
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Memory
Input Memory Call
Function
Registration of the Display memory
Screen Mode
Digital Out
Display V size
Display H size
Display V start
Display H start
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*Kind of command
Common:
Main unit:
Input board
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It can be used regardless of which input port is selected.
It can be used when the input port of the main unit is selected.
It can be used when the input port of the input board is selected.
8. Terminal functions
8.1. RS232C terminal
•
•
•
Connector: D-sub 9 pins male
Cable: Commercially available cross cables can be used to connect with external controller.
Pin assignment:
Pin No.
I/ O
Signal
1 2 3 4 5
1
–
N.C.
2
Input
RD(Receive Data)
3
Output SD(Send Data)
6 7 8 9
4
Output ER(Equipment Ready)
RS232C serial port
5
–
SG(Signal Ground)
pin assignment
6
Input
DR(Data Set Ready)
7
8
9
–
–
–
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
8.2. Control terminal
5
4
9
3
8
2
7
1
6
Control IN/OUT port
pin assignment
Control cable wiring
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CONTROL OUT
•
Connector: D-sub 9 pins female
Cable: Supplied cube connection control cable.
Pin assignment:
Pin No.
I/O
Signal
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
1
INPUT
OUTPUT
EXVIN
EXVOUT
2
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
TXDS2
TXDM2
3
INPUT
INPUT
RXDS2
RXDM2
4
OUTPUT
INPUT
GND
GND
5
I/O
I/O
UP/BUSY
UP/BUSY
6
INPUT
OUTPUT
RCIN
RCOUT
7
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
TXDS2
TXDM2
8
INPUT
INPUT
RXDS2
RXDM2
9
OUTPUT
NC
DE1
NC
CONTROL IN
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8.3. Dipswitch
No.
Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RC
RESERVED
MASTER
ID5
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
Enabling remote control (ON: enabled, OFF: Disabled)
Normally ON.
MASTER/SLAVE setting(ON: MASTER, OFF: SLAVE)
Designating set ID number (1 to 32) (ON: 1, OFF: 0)
ID No. = 1x (ID1) +2x (ID2) +4x (ID3) +8x (ID4) +16x (ID5)
Example:
ID No.=1: ID1= ON,ID2,ID3,ID4 and ID5= OFF
IDNo.=32: ID1,ID2,ID3,ID4 and ID5= OFF
ON
RC
RESERVED
MASTER
ID5
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
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Initial
Setup
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
9. Revision archive
Description
Issue first edition (REV 1.0)
Add the models, VS-XL20U / VS-50XLW20U / VS-XLW20U / VS-67XL20U
Chapter 3.1.8. Add ST Command
Chapter 3.1.9. Add the description of the lamp changer model to System
command
Chapter 3.1.11. Add PLampChange command
Chapter 4.1.15. Add OSD warning indication to SautoDisp command
Chapter 4.1.20. Add SCmode command
Chapter 4.1.38. Add Slmode command
Chapter 4.2.29. Add Ivcr command
Add the Chapter 8, Terminal functions
Add the model, VS-50XLF20U.
In chapter 2.3, the range of Unit ID was from 0 to 32.
In chapter 3.1.9, delete the response parameter info2 in the case of
“Para=18,19”.
Chapter 4.1.2. Add Pmech command.
Chapter 4.1.3. Add Pmechst command.
Chapter 4.1.28. Add SetFilter command.
Chapter 4.1.31. Add Sfilter command.
In chapter 4.2.20, the range of H.SIZE was “640 – 1920”.
In chapter 4.2.31, the range of V.SIZE was “8 – 1200”.
In chapter 8.3, delete “When writing the firmware, set OFF” in the Function
of dipswitch No.2.
Add PH series models
Chapter 4.1.19. Add Scablelength command.
Chapter 4.1.22 . Add Sdirection command.
Chapter 4.1.34 . Add SHotEx command
Chapter 4.1.40 . Add Sresol command
Add XL50 series models
Add Chapter 1 (Product list)
In chapter 3.1.8. Correct wrong description (Old: 00:Stand-by state (BLOWOUT)
01:Normal state).
In chapter 4.1.14. Add description “When Mode of Isig command is not set
to 0, this command is not available.”
In chapter 4.2.2. Add description ” When Mode of Isig command is not set
to 0, this command is not available.”
In chapter 4.2.34, the range of horizontal crop size was “1 – 1920”.
Revision date
July 01, 2003
September 22, 2003
(Rev 1.1)
January 14, 2004
(Rev 1.2)
September 15,2005
(REV 2.0)
November 15, 2005
(REV 4.0)
REV 4.0.
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