Mitsubishi DLP XD8600U User manual

DLP™ Projector
XD8600U/XD8500U
Controlling the projector via RS-232C connection
Contents
1. Introduction ............................................................................................................ 2
1.1 Connection ............................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Interface ................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2.1 Pin assignment of SERIAL terminal (D-SUB 9-pin) .............................................................................. 3
1.2.2 Communications format ...................................................................................................................... 3
2.
3.
4.
5.
Control command configuration ............................................................................ 4
Control sequence ................................................................................................... 4
Execution procedure of RS-232C commands via LAN .......................................... 7
Command list ......................................................................................................... 8
5.1 General control commands...................................................................................................... 8
5.2 Reading commands ................................................................................................................. 8
5.2.1 Status read commands ........................................................................................................................ 8
5.2.2 Read commands for items in INFORMATION menu............................................................................ 9
5.2.3 Read commands for other information ................................................................................................ 9
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Remote control key commands ............................................................................................. 10
Direct commands ................................................................................................................... 11
Function commands .............................................................................................................. 12
Menu setting commands ....................................................................................................... 12
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.6.4
5.6.5
5.6.6
5.6.7
IMAGE menu ...................................................................................................................................... 12
INSTALLATION 1 menu ...................................................................................................................... 13
INSTALLATION 2 menu ...................................................................................................................... 13
MULTI-SCREEN menu ....................................................................................................................... 14
FEATURE menu.................................................................................................................................. 15
SIGNAL menu .................................................................................................................................... 16
NETWORK menu ............................................................................................................................... 16
5.7 Password lock commands ..................................................................................................... 19
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1. Introduction
This projector can be controlled by connecting a personal computer with RS-232C terminal.
In addition, by connecting multiple projectors to each other in a daisy chain configuration, you can control each
projector from one personal computer.
PC-controllable functions:
•
•
•
•
Turning the power ON or OFF
Changing input signals
Inputting commands by pressing the buttons on the control panel and remote control
Menu setting
[Compatibility with the former models]
To use the RS-232C commands designed for the former models of Mitsubishi projector, by inputting
“00COMMAND0”, the projector responds in the same way as the former models. (No NAK is returned. For NAK
response, see page 4. ID code cannot be designated at command sending.)
(For the recommended procedure to use the former command systems, see “Controlling the projector using a
personal computer” for FL7000U.)
ITEM
Character
COMMAND
Changing the RS-232C
command system
Function
ASCII code
43h 4Fh 4Dh 4Dh 41h 4Eh 44h
Data
0 (Former command system),
1 (New command system)
1.1 Connection
Important:
• Make sure that your computer and projector are turned off before connection.
• Boot up the computer first, and then plug the power cord of the projector.
(If you do not follow this instruction, the COM port may not function.)
• To use a daisy chain configuration, make sure to use Mitsubishi projectors supporting RS-232C communication. If
the projectors or other devices made by other manufacturers are connected, operation is not guaranteed.
To connect with one projector:
To RS-232C terminal
RS-232C crossover cable
D-SUB 9-pin
To SERIAL IN
terminal
D-SUB 9-pin
To connect with multiple projectors (in a daisy chain configuration):
To RS-232C terminal
RS-232C crossover cable
D-SUB 9-pin
To SERIAL IN
terminal
To SERIAL OUT
To SERIAL IN
terminal
terminal
RS-232C crossover cable
D-SUB 9-pin
D-SUB 9-pin
2
D-SUB 9-pin
To SERIAL OUT
terminal
• Example of ID setting (When Group A, which performs multi-projection with two projectors, and Group B, which
performs multi-projection with three projectors, are connected.)
Multi-projection Group A
Projector 1
PROJECTOR ID
GROUP ID
Projector 2
PROJECTOR ID
GROUP ID
: 01
:A
: 02
:A
Multi-projection Group B
Projector 3
PROJECTOR ID
GROUP ID
Projector 4
PROJECTOR ID
GROUP ID
: 03
:B
: 04
:B
Projector 5
PROJECTOR ID
GROUP ID
: 05
:B
You can assign the ID code to the control command.
• When the command having the PROJECTOR ID is sent, only the projector having the corresponding ID returns the
response.
(When the PROJECTOR ID is set to ALL on the projector, the projector responds to all the PROJECTOR ID
numbers assigned to the commands.)
• When the command having the GROUP ID is sent, all the projectors having the corresponding ID return the
response.
• When the command having no ID code is sent, all the projectors return response.
When the projectors are connected in a daisy chain configuration, you are recommended to set the PROJECTOR ID
to other than “ALL” and assign the PROJECTOR ID differently for each projector to communicate with each projector
individually. Refer to the operation manual of the projector for setting the PROJECTOR ID.
When you use a daisy chain configuration, set the STANDBY MODE to “STANDARD.” Refer to the operation manual
of the projector for setting the STANDBY MODE.
Important:
• Adapters may be necessary depending on the PC connected to this projector. Contact your dealer for details.
1.2 Interface
1.2.1 Pin assignment of SERIAL IN and SERIAL OUT terminals (D-SUB 9-pin)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Name
OPEN
RXD
TXD
OPEN
GND
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
I/O
IN
OUT
1.2.2 Communications format
PROTOCOL
BAUD RATE
DATA LENGTH
PARITY BIT
STOP BIT
FLOW CONTROL
RS-232C
9600 [bps]
8 [bits]
NONE
1 [bit]
NONE
This projector uses RXD, TXD and GND lines for RS-232C control.
For RS-232C cable, the supplied cable (crossover cable) should be used.
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2.Control command configuration
The command consists of the address code, ID code, function code, data code, ACK/NAK, and end code. The length
of the command varies among the functions.
Address code
‘30h’ ‘30h’
00
ASCII code
Character
ID code
‘3Bh’ ID ‘3Bh’
;ID;
Function code
Function
Function
Data code
Data
Data
ACK/NAK
‘3Ah’ ‘4Eh’
:N
End code
‘0Dh’
[Address code]
Fixed to 00. (‘30h’ ‘30h’ in the ASCII code)
[ID code]Code specifying the projector to be controlled (For ID, specify either the PROJETOR ID (00 to
63) or GROUP ID (0A to 0Z). When the code is not specified, all the connected projectors are
controlled.)
[Function code] Code unique to each control operation.
[Data code]Data (value) unique to each control operation (Not always indicated.)
[ACK/NAK]Code indicating the NAK return as described below
Fixed to :N (‘3Ah’ ‘4Eh’ in the ASCII code. Not added to ACK.)
[End code]Fixed to . (‘0Dh’ in the ASCII cade)
3.Control sequence
[Example]
When the personal computer and two projectors are daisy-chained:
Computer
Projector 2
Projector 1
1
1
3
2
3
2
4
5
6
5
Sequence
Send the command from the
personal computer to the projector.
The command input from the
SERIAL IN terminal is sent to the
projector connected to the SERIAL
OUT terminal.
After receiving the end code, the
projector sends the return command
to the device connected to the
SERIAL IN terminal.
6
3
6
4
5
6
The return command input from the
SERIAL OUT terminal is sent to the
device connected to the SERIAL IN
terminal.
The personal computer checks the
command and confirms if the sent
command has been received or not.
Use the check command to see
if the projector has executed the
command.
Note
If the projector does not receive commands
normally, that is, if the projector is not connected
physically or unable to receive commands, it does
not send out a return command.
In addition, when the ID code of the command is not
corresponded to that of the projector, the projector
doesn’t send a return command.
The projector sends out a return command within
one second at the latest.
When the received command cannot be executed,
NAK is returned (as described below).
The personal computer receives the commands as
many as the number of the projectors that send the
returned commands. However, the receiving order
of the returned commands may vary depending
on the projector status.
This projector sends various codes other than the
return code. When having a control sequence by
RS-232C, reject other codes from the personal
computer.
• NAK return
In the following cases, the projector returns the command with “:N” added.
(1)Though the command sent from the computer is received by the projector successfully, it cannot be
executed because the projector is in the operation prohibition state.
(2)The data length of the sent command is incorrect or the command is invalid.
(3)The ID assigned to the command is out of the valid range (other than 00 to 63 or 0A to 0Z).
(4)The signal length of the command is 48 bytes or longer.
• When a command is sent out during the following operations, it may not be executed.
(1)During signal switching
(2)In the process of the auto position
(3)After the power is turned on.
After the power is turned on, no command is received until the image is displayed. (Usually, it takes about
20 seconds. However, when the lamp illumination takes time, more time will be required accordingly.) In
this case, the projector returns the received command with NAK added.
• The return command is sent out within 1 second at the latest.
• When sending commands successively, wait to receive the return command of the current command
before sending a next command.
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• The projector may not receive a command when the splash screen is being displayed immediately after
turning on the power. Use command “00r10” to cancel the splash screen.
• While using the LAN terminals, the LAN functions take precedence.
• For the LAN terminals, the same commands as those for connecting with the TCP/IP (port number 63007) are
available. Note, however, that the response becomes slightly slower than when using the RS-232C terminals.
For the use of LAN terminals, refer to “4. Execution procedure of RS-232C commands via LAN”.
• When the NAK isn’t returned, check the RS-232C command system (00COMMAND).
[Example 1] Turning ON the power. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Command sent from the PC
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘21’ ‘0D’
00!
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘21’ ‘0D’
00!
Description
Command for POWER ON
(ID command is omitted.)
Command receipt confirmation
(The statuses are echoed back as
many as the number of the connected
projectors.)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Command sent from the PC
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘21’ ‘0D’
00;01;!
‘30’ ‘ 30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘21’ ‘0D’
00;01;!
Description
Command for POWER ON is sent to
the projector with the ID of “01” or
“ALL.”
The projector with the ID of “01”
or “ALL” receives the command.
(The status is echoed back from the
projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL.”)
[Example 2] Selecting VIDEO as the input signal during auto positioning (Values enclosed in quotation marks are
ASCII codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Command sent from the PC
Status code returned
from the projector
30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘76’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00_v1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘76’ ‘31’ ‘3A ’‘4E’ ‘0D’
00_v1:N
Description
(During auto positioning)
Command for selecting VIDEO as the
input signal is sent out.
The command is received by the
projector but cannot be executed.
(NAK return)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Command sent from the PC
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘5F’ ‘76’ ‘31’
‘0D’
00;01;_v1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘5F’ ‘76’ ‘31’
‘3A’ ‘4E’ ‘0D’
00;01;_v1:N
Description
(During auto positioning)
Command for selecting VIDEO as the
input signal is sent to the projector
with the ID of “01” or “ALL.”
The projector with the ID of “01” or
“ALL” receives the command, but
cannot execute it.
(NAK return)
• The flowchart on the next page shows the recommended operating sequence for your reference to create a
program.
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[RS-232C control flowchart]
START
Sending out command
No NAK returned
No response for
1 second or longer
Awaiting response
from projector
NAK returned
Command is sent successfully.
Command is executed successfully.
Checking execution of
command (sending out
check command)
Command is sent successfully.
Command execution fails.
Check the following.
• The ID code is out of the valid range.
• Check that the function code is
correct.
• Check that the data code is correct.
• Check that the projector is able to
issue the return command.
→ Check the projector’s operation
using the 00vST command.
Note: In the following cases, NAK is
returned even when the
projector is in normal condition.
• Immediately after the power is
turned on
(For status read commands)
approximately for 10 seconds
(For other commands) approximately for 1 minute
• During input switching
• During auto positioning
• During password lock
NG
OK
END
Command sending fails.
Check the following.
• Check that the command begins
with “00”.
• The projector is not supplied with
AC power.
→ Check that AC power cord is
connected.
→ Turn on the power. (Turn on the
circuit breaker or main switch.)
• Not connected with the projector.
→ Check that the RS-232C cable is
connected.
→ Check the RS-232C cable for
electrical discontinuity.
• There is no projector with the
specified ID in the daisy chain
configuration.
→ Check that the ID is correct.
→ Check whether that there is a
projector of which power (AC) is
turned off in the daisy chain
configuration.
[Method of checking state of projector]
Sending “00vST”
To normal operation
0–3
Checking response to “00vST”
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Enter password.
Send out “00PASS****.”
4
Projector error
Send out “00vER” to check error details.
Recover from error state.
5
Projector is functioning.
Use “00FNCOFF” to cancel the current function.
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4.Execution procedure of RS-232C commands via LAN
• When you use the LAN function, set the STANDBY MODE to STANDARD or LAN.
• When you execute RS-232C commands via LAN, check that the CONTROL SYSTEM in the NETWORK menu is
set to STANDARD.
• You can change the certification password using the NETWORK PASSWORD in the NETWORK menu. The default
password is “admin.”
• You can skip the certification process by setting the NETWORK CERTIFICATION in the NETWORK menu to OFF.
When you skip the certification process, Steps 2 to 4 described below can be skipped and you can send RS-232C
commands without adding a certification data.
Example:
Sending the PON command (00!) while the NETWORK CERTIFICATION is set to OFF
00!
For the procedure to set the menu, refer to the User Manual supplied with the projector.
To execute the RS-232C command via LAN while the NETWORK CERTIFICATION is set to ON, a 32-byte connection
certification data must be added before the RS-232C command.
To create a 32-byte certification data, following information and procedure are required.
• Random character string for creating the certification data that is acquired from the projector (8 characters)
• Network password of the projector (1 to 32 characters)
• MD5 hash calculation
• Based on the above, the execution procedures to connect to the projector and send the RS-232C commands
while the NETWORK CERTIFICATION is set to ON are described below.
1. Connect to Port 63007 of the projector from the PC as a TCP/IP client.
2. After completing the connection, send the acquisition request for the certification data (“$AK ”) (ASCII
code: 24 41 4B 0D) from the PC to the projector.
3. Acquire “$AK******** ” on the PC as the response of the request sent in Step 2. (********: Random character
string for creating the certification data)
4. Create the certification data on the PC.
• Create the key of the certification data by linking the data acquired in Step 3 with the network character string.
For example, when the random character string is 12345678 and the password is ABCD, the key of the
certification data is 12345678ABCD (character string in ASCII code).
• Run MD5 hash on the key of the certification data.
• Create the certification data by converting the hash-calculated 16-byte data into the ASCII code character string.
Example:
Calculation result: [4f][3c][5d][a1][7b][4f][b5][ed][2c][99][4e][bb][f6][57][67][54] (hexadecimal numeral)
Certification data: 4f 3c 5d a1 7b 4f b5 ed 2c 99 4e bb f6 57 67 54 (character string in ASCII code)
5. Send the RS-232C command with the certification data from the PC to the projector.
Example:
To send the PON command (00! ) using the certification data created in Step 4:
4f3c5da17b4fb5ed2c994ebbf657675400!
6. Receive the response from the projector on the PC.
Response data has the following patterns.
Normal: 00! (Parameter is added depending on the command.)
Error in the certification data: PRV=ERRA
Command error: 00!:N
PC
Projector
1. Connection
2. Acquisition request of the certification data
3. Receiving of the certification data
4. Creation of the certification data
5. Sending of the RS-232C command
6. Receiving of the response data
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5.Command list
5.1 General control commands
The general control commands are used for the basic operation setting of this projector. They may not be executed while the signals are changed. The general control commands have no data codes. (When the commands
for input select are sent while the splash screen is being displayed, the splash screen is only canceled.)
ITEM
POWER ON
POWER OFF
INPUT COMPUTER 1
Function
Character ASCII code
!
21h
"
22h
_r1
5Fh 72h 31h
INPUT COMPUTER 2
_r2
5Fh 72h 32h
INPUT HDMI
_d1
5Fh 64h 31h
INPUT DVI
_d2
5Fh 64h 32h
INPUT VIDEO
_v1
5Fh 76h 31h
INPUT S-VIDEO
_v2
5Fh 76h 32h
Note
This command is invalid for 2 minutes after the power is turned off.
This command is invalid for 1 minute after the power is turned on.
This command is not received during stand-by, BLANK, and input switch control with
the contact control.
This command is not received during stand-by, BLANK, and input switch control with
the contact control.
This command is not received during stand-by, BLANK, and input switch control with
the contact control.
This command is not received during stand-by, BLANK, and input switch control with
the contact control.
This command is not received during stand-by, BLANK, and input switch control with
the contact control.
This command is not received during stand-by, BLANK, and input switch control with
the contact control.
[Example]
When setting the input signal to COMPUTER 1. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII
codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Status code returned
from the projector
Command sent from the PC, etc.
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘72’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00_r1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘72’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00_r1
Description
Command for setting the input signal
to COMPUTER 1 (ID command is
omitted.)
Command receipt confirmation
(The statuses are echoed back as
many as the number of the connected
projectors.)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Status code returned
from the projector
Command sent from the PC, etc.
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘5F’ ‘72’
‘31’ ‘0D’ 00;01;_r1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘5F’ ‘72’
‘31’ ‘0D’
00;01;_r1
Description
Command for setting the input
signal to COMPUTER 1 is sent to the
projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL.”
The projector with the ID of “01”
or “ALL” receives the command.
(The status is echoed back from the
projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL.”)
5.2 Reading commands
5.2.1 Status read commands
The projectors operating status, such as POWER-ON/OFF and the currently selected input terminal, etc. can be monitored.
ITEM
POWER
INPUT
P-ON/OFF ENABLED/
DISABLED
SIGNAL INPUT
Function
Character
ASCII
vP
76h 50h
vI
76h 49h
vPK
76h 50h 4Bh
vSM
76h 53h 4Dh
8
Data (Receive)
Character
ASCII
1
31h
0
30h
r1
72h 31h
r2
72h 32h
d1
64h 31h
d2
64h 32h
v1
76h 31h
v2
76h 32h
0
30h
1
31h
0
30h
1
31h
Status
POWER ON
POWER OFF
INPUT COMPUTER 1
INPUT COMPUTER 2
INPUT HDMI
INPUT DVI
INPUT VIDEO
INPUT S-VIDEO
POWER ON/OFF DISABLED
POWER ON/OFF ENABLED
NO SIGNAL SUPPLIED
SIGNAL SUPPLIED
5.2.2 Read commands for items in INFORMATION menu
Use the following commands to obtain the values of the items in the INFORMATION menu.
ITEM
LAMP 1 TIME (LOW)
LAMP 2 TIME (LOW)
LAMP illuminating status
(an icon displayed at
the right of the lamp
operating time)
NEXT LAMP RELAY
FILTER TIME *1
SERIAL NUMBER
RESOLUTION
VERTICAL FREQUENCY
HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY
SYNC. TYPE
Character
vLE1L
vLE2L
vLST
Function
ASCII code
76h 4Ch 45h 31h 4Ch
76h 4Ch 45h 32h 4Ch
76h 4C 53h 54h
vNLR
vFLTT
vS/N
vRESO
vVFREQ
vHFREQ
vSYNCT
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
4Eh
46h
53h
52h
56h
48h
53h
4Ch
4Ch
2Fh
45h
46h
46h
59h
52h
54h
4Eh
53h
52h
52h
4Eh
54h
4Fh
45h 51h
45h 51h
43h 54h
Data (Receive)
hhhhmm
hhhhmm
ab
The following value is entered in a and b.
0 (Off), 1 (On), 2 (Error)
dhh
hhhhh
*******(within 7 characters)
HHHHxVVVV
***.**
***.**
0 (NO SIGNAL), 1 (Invalid), 3 (3wire),
4 (4wire), 5 (5wire), 6 (SCART)
“hhhh” and “mm” represent hours and minutes respectively.
“d” and “hh” represent days and hours respectively.
“a” and “b” represent the lamp illuminating status of the LAMP 1 and LAMP 2 respectively.
“hhhh” represents the operating time.
“HHHH” and “VVVV” represent the horizontal and vertical resolutions respectively.
“***.**” represents the vertical frequency (in Hz) or the horizontal frequency (in kHz).
*1:This function works only on XD8600U.
5.2.3 Read commands for other information
Use the following commands to obtain other information.
Model name
Contact control
Character
vMDL
vRMT
Function
ASCII code
76h 4Dh 44h 4Ch
76h 52h 4Dh 54h
Input source
Projector status
vSOUCE
vST
76h 53h 4Fh 55h 43h 45h
76h 53h 54h
Error status
vER
76h 45h 52h
ITEM
Data (Receive)
****************(within 16 characters)
0 (Normal operation)
1 (Contact control)
r1 r2 v1 v2 d1 d2
0 (Stand-by mode),
1 (Within 1 minute after POWER-ON (warm-up mode)),
2 (POWER-ON mode (including state of warning)),
3 (Cooling mode),
4 (Abnormal state (including shutdown due to an error)),
5 (State of functioning (menu display, dialog display,
BLANK, PiP, MAGNIFY, FREEZE, etc.)),
6 (Awaiting password entry)
Reading of the error status data (3 digits,
hexadecimal numbers, total 9 bits)
(MSB) xb1, xb2... xb8, xb9, 0, 0, 0 (LSB)
xb1(800): Fan error
xb2(400): Lamp error (The lamp goes out or does not
light.)
xb3(200): Lamp warning 1 (The lamp life has
expired.)
xb4(100): Lamp warning 2 (The lamp life is expiring.)
xb5(080): Temperature error
xb6(040): The temperature warning is being
indicated.
xb7(020): Lamp cover open error
xb8(010): Filter/filter cover open error
xb9(008): States of other component abnormality
When only one error occurs, value shown in
parentheses is returned.
When multiple errors occur at the same time, the
bits of all the occurred error are set.
Example)
C00: When fan error and lamp error occur at the
same time
180: When lamp warning 2 and temperature error
occur at the same time
The PC sends the command without attaching the data code to it. On the other hand, the projector attaches to
the received command its current operating status as the data code and send it back to the PC.
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[Example]
When checking the currently selected input terminal (when the INPUT VIDEO is being selected).
(Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘76’ ‘49’ ‘0D’
00vl
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘76’ ‘49’ ‘76’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00vlv1
Description
Command for checking the input
terminal (ID command is omitted.)
Check result (VIDEO)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘76’ ‘49’ ‘0D’
00;01;vI
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘76’ ‘49’
‘76’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00;01;vIv1
Description
Command for checking the input
terminal is sent to the projector with
the ID of “01” or “ALL.”
Check result (VIDEO)
(The status is echoed back from the
projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL.”)
5.3 Remote control key commands (Not executable in stand-by mode. When the remote control key
commands are sent while the splash screen is being displayed, the splash screen is only canceled.)
The remote control key commands allow the computer to control the projector in the same way as by the remote
control. (The CONTROLLER ID cannot be set. And some operations cannot be controlled.) The remote control
key commands have no data codes.
Button’s name on remote
control
+
ZOOM/FOCUS
LENS SHIFT
GEOMETRY
MAGNIFY
PinP/SPLIT (SPLIT only)
BLANK
MENU
ENTER
AUTO POSITION
FREEZE
ASPECT
CE
TEST PATTERN
SUPER RESOLUTION
1 (numeric keypad)
2 (numeric keypad)
3 (numeric keypad)
4 (numeric keypad)
5 (numeric keypad)
6 (numeric keypad)
7 (numeric keypad)
8 (numeric keypad)
9 (numeric keypad)
0 (numeric keypad)
ALL
Character
r06
r07
r0f
r47
r43
r02
r04
ra6
r53
r2b
r4f
r59
r54
r10
r09
ra4
re2
re7
r50
r96
r49
r4a
r4b
r4c
r4d
r4e
r88
r58
r89
r48
r5a
Function
ASCII code
72h 30h 36h
72h 30h 37h
72h 30h 66h
72h 34h 37h
72h 34h 33h
72h 30h 32h
72h 30h 34h
72h 61h 36h
72h 35h 33h
72h 32h 62h
72h 34h 66h
72h 35h 39h
72h 35h 34h
72h 31h 30h
72h 30h 39h
72h 61h 34h
72h 65h 32h
72h 65h 37h
72h 35h 30h
72h 39h 36h
72h 34h 39h
72h 34h 61h
72h 34h 62h
72h 34h 63h
72h 34h 64h
72h 34h 65h
72h 38h 38h
72h 35h 38h
72h 38h 39h
72h 34h 38h
72h 35h 61h
10
[Example]
•
When displaying the MENU selection bar. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
from the projector
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Description
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘72’ ‘35’ ‘34’ ‘0D’
00r54
Command operating the same as
the MENU button (ID command is
omitted.)
Command receipt confirmation (The
statuses are echoed back as many
as the number of the connected
projectors.)
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘72’ ‘35’ ‘34’ ‘0D’
00r54
•
Status code returned
from the projector
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Description
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘72’ ‘35’ ‘34’ ‘0D’
00;01;r54
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘72’ ‘35’ ‘34’ ‘0D’
00;01;r54
Command operating the same as the
MENU button is sent to the projector
with the ID of “01” or “ALL.”
Command receipt confirmation
(The status is echoed back from the
projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL.”)
5.4 Direct commands (Not executable in stand-by mode. Possible only to read during BLANK.)
The direct commands are used to numerically adjust the geometrical correction and bright uniformity correction.
When the computer sends the command without adding the setting value, the projector returns the received
command with the current setting value added as a data code.
ITEM
KEYSTONE (vertical)
Character
KS
Function
ASCII code
4Bh 53h
Data
±40
With CURVED-adjustment : ±10
±25
With CURVED-adjustment : ±10
KEYSTONE (horizontal)
KSH
4Bh 53h 48h
KEYSTONE reset
CORNERSTONE LOWER RIGHT (vertical)
CORNERSTONE LOWER RIGHT (horizontal)
CORNERSTONE LOWER LEFT (vertical)
CORNERSTONE LOWER LEFT (horizontal)
CORNERSTONE UPPER RIGHT (vertical)
CORNERSTONE UPPER RIGHT (horizontal)
CORNERSTONE UPPER LEFT (vertical)
CORNERSTONE UPPER LEFT (horizontal)
CORNERSTONE reset
HORIZ. CURVED ARC
KSRST
CNLRV
CNLRH
CNLLV
CNLLH
CNURV
CNURH
CNULV
CNULH
CKSRST
CVAH
4Bh
43h
43h
43h
43h
43h
43h
43h
43h
43h
43h
VERT. CURVED ARC
CVAV
43h 56h 41h 56h
HORIZ. CURVED ORIGIN (vertical)
HORIZ. CURVED ORIGIN (horizontal)
VERT. CURVED ORIGIN (vertical)
VERT. CURVED ORIGIN (horizontal)
CURVED reset
BRIGHT UNIFORMITY CORRECTION (level)
CVHOV
CVHOH
CVVOV
CVVOH
CVRST
BUCL
43h
43h
43h
43h
43h
42h
BRIGHT UNIFORMITY CORRECTION
(correcting position) (vertical)
BRIGHT UNIFORMITY CORRECTION
(correcting position) (horizontal)
BUCV
42h 55h 43h 56h
050 to 100
(Changeable in five increments)
1 to 7
BUCH
42h 55h 43h 48h
1 to 7
53h
4Eh
4Eh
4Eh
4Eh
4Eh
4Eh
4Eh
4Eh
4Bh
56h
56h
56h
56h
56h
56h
55h
52h
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
55h
55h
55h
55h
53h
41h
48h
48h
56h
56h
52h
43h
53h
52h
52h
52h
52h
52h
52h
52h
52h
52h
48h
4Fh
4Fh
4Fh
4Fh
53h
4Ch
54h
56h
48h
56h
48h
56h
48h
56h
48h
53h 54h
56h
48h
56h
48h
54h
±50
±50
±50
±50
±50
±50
±50
±50
±99
With KEYSTONE- or
CORNERSTONE-adjustment
: ±30
±99
With KEYSTONE- or
CORNERSTONE-adjustment
: ±30
±10
±10
±10
±10
How to set the value
Use the character or ASCII code as shown below to set the value.
Character
+
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ASCII code ‘2Bh’ ‘2Dh’ ‘30h’ ‘31h’ ‘32h’ ‘33h’ ‘34h’ ‘35h’ ‘36h’ ‘37h’ ‘38h’ ‘39h’
11
5.5 Function commands (Not executable in stand-by mode. When the mute commands are sent while the splash
screen is being displayed, the splash screen is only canceled.)
ITEM
Character
MUTE
PiP
MGNFY
FRZ
FNCOFF
TP
BLANK
PinP
MAGNIFY
FREEZE
Function canceling
TEST PATTERN
Change of the initial value of
ASPECT
SCDEF
Function
ASCII code
4Dh 55h 54h 45h
50h 69h 50h
4Dh 47h 4Eh 46h 59h
46h 52h 5Ah
46h 4Eh 43h 4Fh 46h 46h
54h 50h
53h 43h 44h 45h 46h
Data
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (CROSS HATCH R),
2 (CROSS HATCH G), 3 (CROSS HATCH B),
4 (WHITE), 5 (BLACK), 6 (H. COLOR BARS),
7 (V. COLOR BARS)
0:NORMAL, 1:FULL
5.6 Menu setting commands (Not executable in stand-by mode except some commands. Possible only to read
during BLANK except some commands.)
The menu setting commands are used for the menu setting of this projector. If the personal computer sends the
command without attaching the data code, the projector attaches to the received command its current setting
value as the data code and send it back to the PC.
5.6.1
IMAGE menu
ITEM
COLOR ENHANCER
COLOR ENHANCERUSER-GAMMA MODE
COLOR ENHANCERUSER-BrilliantColor™
COLOR ENHANCERUSER-DYNAMIC
CONTRAST
COLOR ENHANCERMULTI-SCREENGAMMA MODE
COLOR ENHANCERMULTI-SCREENBrilliantColor™
SUPER RESOLUTION
SUPER RESOLUTIONLEVEL
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR MATRIX
COLOR MATRIX -USERBASE
COLOR MATRIX -USERR/G/B
COLOR MATRIX -USERY/C/M
COLOR MATRIX -USERSATURATION
COLOR MATRIX -USERRGB-TINT
COLOR TEMP.
COLOR TEMP.-USERCONTRAST
COLOR TEMP.-USERBRIGHTNESS
COLOR
TINT
SHARPNESS
Character
CE
Function
ASCII code
43h 45h
Data
CEU1GS
43h 45h 55h 31h 47h 53h
0 (AUTO), 1 (PRESENTATION), 2 (STANDARD),
3 (THEATER), 4 (sRGB), 5 (CLEAR BASE),
6 (BLUE BASE), 7 (USER), 8 (MULTI-SCREEN)
0 (DYNAMIC), 1 (NATURAL), 2 (DETAIL)
CEU1B
43h 45h 55h 31h 42h
00–10
CEU1DC
43h 45h 55h 31h 44h 43h
0 (OFF), 1 (1), 2 (2), 3 (3)
CEU2GS
43h 45h 55h 32h 47h 53h
0 (1.8), 1 (2.0), 2 (2.2)
CEU2B
43h 45h 55h 32h 42h
00 to 10
DHD
DHDLV
44h 48h 44h
44h 48h 44h 4Ch 56h
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
1 to 5
PP
QQ
CMT
CMTBASE
50h
51h
4Dh 54h
4Dh 54h 42h 41h 53h
±30
±30
1 (COMPUTER), 2 (VIDEO), 3 (FLAT), 4 (USER)
1 (COMPUTER), 2 (VIDEO), 3 (FLAT)
MRGB
50h
51h
43h
43h
45h
4Dh
52h 47h 42h
± 30 ± 30 ± 30 (R+G+B)
MYCM
4Dh 59h 43h 4Dh
± 30 ± 30 ± 30 (Y+C+M)
MSAT
4Dh 53h 41h 54h
± 05
MT
4Dh 54h
± 15
A
P
41h
50h
1 (STANDARD), 2 (HIGH), 3 (LOW), 4 (USER)
±30 ±30 ±30 (R, G, B)
Q
51h
±30 ±30 ±30 (R, G, B)
T
S
R
54h
53h
52h
±10
±10
±05
12
ITEM
NOISE REDUCTION
CTI
INPUT LEVEL
CLOSED CAPTION
DEMO MODE
Character
NR
CTI
IPL
CC
DM
Function
ASCII code
4Eh 52h
43h 54h 49h
49h 50h 4Ch
43h 43h
44h 4Dh
Data
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
±5,
For DVI input: +0 (NORMAL), +1 (ENHANCED)
For HDMI input: +0 (AUTO), +1 (NORMAL),
+2 (ENHANCED)
0 (OFF), 1 (CC1), 2 (CC2)
0 (OFF), 1 (ALL), 2 (DYNAMIC CONTRAST),
3 (SUPER RESOLUTION), 4 (COLOR MATRIX)
5.6.2 INSTALLATION 1 menu
ITEM
LAMP MODE
LAMP SELECT
LAMP RELAY
5.6.3
Character
LM
LS
LR
Function
ASCII code
4Ch 4Dh
4Ch 53h
4Ch 52h
STANDBY MODE
IMAGE REVERSE
STBY
IR
53h 54h 42h 59h
49h 52h
HIGH ALTITUDE MODE
ZOOM/FOCUS LOCK
LENS SHIFT LOCK
LENS SHIFT RESET
ALTI
FZL
LSL
LSRST
41h
46h
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
5Ah
53h
53h
54h 49h
4Ch
4Ch
52h 53h 54h
Data
0 (STANDARD), 1 (LOW)
0 (DUAL), 1 (SINGLE), 2 (LAMP 1), 3 (LAMP 2)
xdhh
x: Lamp relay interval
When DUAL is selected:
0 (OFF), 1 (1H/24H), 2 (2H/1W)
When SINGLE is selected:
0 (OFF), 1 (24H), 2 (1WEEK)
dhh: Next lamp relay time
(d: days, hh: hours)
DUAL-OFF: Fixed to 0 days 00 hours
DUAL-1H/24H: Max. 0 days and 23 hours
DUAL-2H/1W: Max. 6 days and 22 hours
SINGLE-OFF: Fixed to 0 days 00 hours
SINGLE-1H/24H: Max. 0 days and 24 hours
SINGLE-1 WEEK: Max. 7 days and 00 hours
0 (STANDARD), 1 (LOW)
0 (OFF), 1 (MIRROR), 2 (INVERT),
3 (MIRROR INVERT)
0 (STANDARD), 1 (HIGH ALTITUDE)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
INSTALLATION 2 menu
ITEM
AUTO POWER ON
AUTO POWER OFF
SCREEN
SPLASH SCREEN
BACK COLOR
DVI LONG CABLE
(MODE)
DVI LONG CABLE
(LEVEL)
REMOTE 1 MODE
(PIN 2)
REMOTE 1 MODE
(PIN 3)
REMOTE 1 MODE
(PIN 4)
REMOTE 1 MODE
(PIN 5)
REMOTE 1 MODE
(PIN 6)
REMOTE 1 MODE
(PIN 7)
REMOTE 1 MODE
(PIN 8)
Character
APON
APOF
Function
ASCII code
41h 50h 4Fh 4Eh
41h 50h 4Fh 46h
43h 52h
53h
42h
56h 49h 43h
Data
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (5min), 2 (10min), 3 (15min), 4 (30min),
5 (60min), 6 (4hour), 7 (8hour)
0 (4:3), 1 (16:9)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (BLACK), 1 (BLUE), 2 (IMAGE)
0 (AUTO), 1 (MANUAL)
SCR
SS
BB
DVIC
53h
53h
42h
44h
DVICLV
44h 56h 49h 43h 4Ch 56h
00 to 21
R1M2P
52h 31h 4Dh 32h 50h
0 (NONE), 1 (POWER)
R1M3P
52h 31h 4Dh 33h 50h
R1M4P
52h 31h 4Dh 34h 50h
R1M5P
52h 31h 4Dh 35h 50h
R1M6P
52h 31h 4Dh 36h 50h
R1M7P
52h 31h 4Dh 37h 50h
R1M8P
52h 31h 4Dh 38h 50h
0 (NONE), 1 (COMPUTER 1), 2 (COMPUTER 2),
3 (VIDEO), 4 (S-VIDEO), 5 (DVI), 6 (HDMI)
0 (NONE), 1 (COMPUTER 1), 2 (COMPUTER 2),
3 (VIDEO), 4 (S-VIDEO), 5 (DVI), 6 (HDMI)
0 (NONE), 1 (COMPUTER 1), 2 (COMPUTER 2),
3 (VIDEO), 4 (S-VIDEO), 5 (DVI), 6 (HDMI)
0 (NONE), 1 (COMPUTER 1), 2 (COMPUTER 2),
3 (VIDEO), 4 (S-VIDEO), 5 (DVI), 6 (HDMI)
0 (NONE), 1 (COMPUTER 1), 2 (COMPUTER 2),
3 (VIDEO), 4 (S-VIDEO), 5 (DVI), 6 (HDMI)
0 (NONE), 1 (BLANK)
13
ITEM
REMOTE 1 MODE
(RESET)
FILTER MENU*1
(CLEANUP PERIOD)
Character
R1MRST
FLCP
Function
ASCII code
52h 31h 4Dh 52h 53h 54h
46h 4Ch 43h 50h
Data
xdhh
x: Cleanup interval
0 (OFF), 1 (24H), 2 (1WEEK)
dhh: Next cleanup time
(d: days, hh: hours)
OFF: Fixed to 0 days and 00 hours
24H: Max. 0 days and 24 hours
1 WEEK: Max. 7 days and 00 hours
FLMC
46h 4Ch 4Dh 43h
FILTER MENU*1
(MANUAL CLEANUP)
*1:This function works only on XD8600U.
5.6.4
MULTI-SCREEN menu
ITEM
Character
EDGE BLENDING
EB
EDGE ADJUST (UP)
EBU
EDGE ADJUST (LOW)
EBD
EDGE ADJUST (LEFT)
EBLS
EDGE ADJUST (RIGHT)
EBRS
START POSITION (UP)
BSU
START POSITION (LOW)
BSD
START POSITION (LEFT)
BSLS
START POSITION (RIGHT) BSRS
WIDTH (UP)
BWU
WIDTH (LOW)
BWD
WIDTH (LEFT)
BWLS
WIDTH (RIGHT)
BWRS
MARKER (UP)
MKRU
MARKER (LOW)
MKRD
MARKER (LEFT)
MKRLS
MARKER (RIGHT)
MKRRS
BLACK LEVEL
ILK
(INTERLOCKED)
BLACK LEVEL (RED)
BKLVR
BLACK LEVEL (GREEN)
BKLVG
BLACK LEVEL (BLUE)
BKLVB
EDGE BLENDING
EBRST
(RESET)
COLOR MATCHING
CMC
COLOR MATCHINGMNTG
MANUAL
(GAIN)
Function
ASCII code
45h 42h
45h 42h 55h
45h 42h 44h
45h 42h 4Ch 53h
45h 42h 52h 53h
42h 53h 55h
42h 53h 44h
42h 53h 4Ch 53h
42h 53h 52h 53h
42h 57h 55h
42h 57h 44h
42h 57h 4Ch 53h
42h 57h 52h 53h
4Dh 4Bh 52h 55h
4Dh 4Bh 52h 44h
4Dh 4Bh 52h 4Ch 53h
4Dh 4Bh 52h 52h 53h
49h 4Ch 4Bh
42h
42h
42h
45h
4Bh
4Bh
4Bh
42h
4Ch 56h 52h
4Ch 56h 47h
4Ch 56h 42h
52h 53h 54h
Data
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
000 to 192
000 to 192
000 to 256
000 to 256
004 to 368
004 to 368
004 to 496
004 to 496
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
000 to 255
000 to 255
000 to 255
43h 4Dh 43h
4Dh 4Eh 54h 47h
0 (OFF), 1 (MANUAL), 2 (MEASURE)
x010 to 100
4Dh 4Eh 54h 53h
x: Color selection
R (RED), Y (YELLOW), G (GREEN),C (CYAN),
B (BLUE), M (MAGENTA)
x±30
4Dh 4Eh 54h 48h
x: Color selection
R (RED), Y (YELLOW), G (GREEN),C (CYAN)
B (BLUE), M (MAGENTA)
x±30
COLOR MATCHINGMANUAL
(SATURATION)
MNTS
COLOR MATCHINGMANUAL
(HUE)
MNTH
COLOR MATCHINGMANUAL
(WHITE R)
COLOR MATCHINGMANUAL
(WHITE G)
COLOR MATCHINGMANUAL
(WHITE B)
MNTWR
4Dh 4Eh 54h 57h 52h
x: Color selection
R (RED), Y (YELLOW), G (GREEN), C (CYAN)
B (BLUE), M (MAGENTA)
010 to 100
MNTWG
4Dh 4Eh 54h 57h 47h
010 to 100
MNTWB
4Dh 4Eh 54h 57h 42h
010 to 100
14
ITEM
COLOR MATCHINGMANUAL (RESET)
COLOR MATCHING-MEASURE-MEASURED
DATA (Y(Relative value))
5.6.5
Character
MNRST
MSML
Function
ASCII code
4Dh 4Eh 52h 53h 54h
Data
4Dh 53h 4Dh 4Ch
x00050 to 20000
4Dh 53h 4Dh 58h
x: Color selection
R (RED), G (GREEN), B (BLUE), W (WHITE)
x*.*** to *.***
4Dh 53h 4Dh 59h
x: Color selection
R (RED), G (GREEN), B (BLUE), W (WHITE)
*.***: The range varies depending on x.
x*.*** to *.***
4Dh 53h 54h 47h
x: Color selection
R (RED), G (GREEN), B (BLUE), W (WHITE)
*.***: The range varies depending on x.
x010 to 100
4Dh 53h 54h 58h
x: Color selection
R (RED), Y (YELLOW), G (GREEN), C (CYAN)
B (BLUE), M (MAGENTA), W (WHITE)
x*.*** to *.***
4Dh 53h 54h 59h
x: Color selection
R (RED), Y (YELLOW), G (GREEN),C (CYAN)
B (BLUE), M (MAGENTA), W (WHITE)
*.***: The range varies depending on x.
x*.*** to *.***
COLOR MATCHING-MEASURE-MEASURED
DATA (x)
MSMX
COLOR MATCHING-MEASURE-MEASURED
DATA (y)
MSMY
COLOR MATCHING-MEASURE-TARGET
DATA (GAIN)
MSTG
COLOR MATCHING-MEASURE-TARGET
DATA (x)
MSTX
COLOR MATCHING-MEASURE-TARGET
DATA (y)
MSTY
COLOR MATCHING-MEASURE (RESET)
MSRST
4Dh 53h 52h 53h 54h
Character
PID
GID
PSLOCK
Function
ASCII code
50h 49h 44h
47h 49h 44h
50h 53h 4Ch 4Fh 43h
4Bh
x: Color selection
R (RED), Y (YELLOW), G (GREEN),C (CYAN)
B (BLUE), M (MAGENTA), W(WHITE)
*.***: The range varies depending on x.
FEATURE menu
ITEM
PROJECTOR ID
GROUP ID
PASSWORD FUNCTION
MENU POSITION
CINEMA MODE
LANGUAGE
MP
CINE
LG
VIDEO SIGNAL
VS
(VIDEO only)
SET UP
STU
SCART INPUT
SRT
LAMP WARNING
LW
HIDE OSD
HOSD
LAMP 1 TIME RESET
TRST1L
LAMP 2 TIME RESET
TRST2L
TRSTFL
FILTER TIME RESET*1
RSTALL
RESET ALL
1:This
function
works
only
on
XD8600U.
*
Data
00 (ALL), 01 to 63
A to Z
0**** (UNLOCK), 1**** (DISPLAY INPUT),
2**** (MENU ACCESS), 3**** (SPLASH ID
SCREEN)
**** is a 4 to 8-digit password comprised of any figures 1
to 4.
0 (Upper left), 1 (Lower right), 4 (Center)
0 (VIDEO), 1 (AUTO), 2 (FILM)
), 01 (English), 02 (Español),
00 (
),
03 (Deutsch), 04 (Français), 05 (Italiano), 06 (
), 08 (
), 09 (PORTUGUÊS),
07 (
11 (SVENSKA), 12 (POLSKI), 16 (Nederlands),
), 19 (Türkçe),
17 (Norsk), 18 (
20 ( ภาษาไทย ), 21 (Bahasa Indonesia), 22 (Melayu),
)
23 (
0 (AUTO), 1 (NTSC), 2 (PAL), 3 (SECAM),
4 (4.43NTSC), 5 (PAL-M), 6 (PAL-N), 7 (PAL-60)
0 (AUTO), 1 (OFF), 2 (3.75%), 3 (7.5%)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (STANDARD), 1 (SHORT TERM)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
4Dh 50h
43h 49h 4Eh 45h
4Ch 47h
56h 53h
53h
53h
4Ch
48h
54h
54h
54h
52h
54h
52h
57h
4Fh
52h
52h
52h
53h
55h
54h
53h
53h
53h
53h
54h
44h
54h
54h
54h
41h
15
31h
32h
46h
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
5.6.6
SIGNAL menu
ITEM
MEMORY CALL
HORIZ.POSITION
VERT. POSITION
FINE SYNC.
TRACKING
COMPUTER INPUT
OVER SCAN
HOLD
HOLD BEGIN
HOLD END
ASPECT
ASPECT-16:9-POSITION
ASPECT-USERZOOM(H)
Character
MMC
HP
VP
FN
TRK
CIN
VOS
HLD
HLB
HLE
SC
SCP
ZMH
Function
ASCII code
4Dh 4Dh 43h
48h 50h
56h 50h
46h 4Eh
54h 52h 4Bh
43h 49h 4Eh
56h 4Fh 53h
48h 4Ch 44h
48h 4Ch 42h
48h 4Ch 45h
53h 43h
53h 43h 50h
5Ah 4Dh 48h
ASPECT-USER-ZOOM(V)
ZMV
5Ah 4Dh 56h
ASPECT-USER-HORIZ.
POSITION
AHP*
41h 48h 50h
ASPECT-USER-VERT.
POSITION
AVP*
41h 56h 50h
ASPECT-USER-RASTER
POSITION(H)
RPH*
52h 50h 48h
ASPECT-USER-RASTER
POSITION(V)
RPV*
52h 50h 56h
ASPECT-USER-RESET
ASRST
41h 53h 52h 53h 54h
CLAMP POSITION
CLAMP WIDTH
VERT. SYNC.
LPF
SHUTTER(U)
SHUTTER(L)
SHUTTER(LS)
SHUTTER(RS)
CLP
CLW
VSC
LPF
SHU
SHL
SHLS
SHRS
43h
43h
56h
4Ch
53h
53h
53h
53h
4Ch
4Ch
53h
50h
48h
48h
48h
48h
50h
57h
43h
46h
55h
4Ch
4Ch 53h
52h 53h
Data
0 (AUTO), 1 to 8 (MEMORY 1 to 8)
+ (increment), - (decrement)*1
+ (increment), - (decrement)*1
00–31
+ (increment), - (decrement)*1
0 (RGB), 1 (YCBCR/YPBPR), 2 (AUTO)
00 (90%) – 10 (100%)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
00–99
00–99
0 (NORMAL), 1 (16:9), 2 (FULL), 3 (USER)
0 (CENTER), 1 (UPPER), 2 (LOWER)
050 to 500
NAK is returned when the ASPECT setting is other
than USER.
050 to 500
NAK is returned when the ASPECT setting is other
than USER.
*:+, +:incriment -:decriment
NAK is returned when the ASPECT setting is other
than USER.
*:+, +:incriment -:decriment
NAK is returned when the ASPECT setting is other
than USER.
*:+, +:incriment -:decriment
NAK is returned when the ASPECT setting is other
than USER.
*:+, +:incriment -:decriment
NAK is returned when the ASPECT setting is other
than USER.
The setting contents of ASPECT USER are reset.
NAK is returned when the ASPECT setting is other
than USER.
001 to 255
01 to 63
0 (AUTO), 1 (OFF)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
000 to 126
000 to 126
000 to 128
000 to 128
*1) Setting range differs depending on the input signals.
5.6.7
NETWORK menu
ITEM
PROJECTOR NAME
NETWORK RESTART
Character
NAME
NRCN
Function
ASCII code
4Eh 41h 4Dh 45h
4Eh 52h 43h 4Eh
Data
Up to 15 single-byte alphanumeric characters
Effective only during P-ON.
LAN microcomputer is reset and restarted.
• Some commands are not executed depending on the input signal. The operational restrictions same as those
on the menu setting are applied. Refer to “Menu operation” in the User Manual for more details.
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How to set the value
Use the character or ASCII code as shown below to set the value.
Character
+
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ASCII code ‘2Bh’ ‘2Dh’ ‘30h’ ‘31h’ ‘32h’ ‘33h’ ‘34h’ ‘35h’ ‘36h’ ‘37h’ ‘38h’ ‘39h’
[Example 1] When setting the AUTO POWER ON to ON. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘41’ ‘50’ ‘4F’ ‘4E’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00APON1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘41’ ‘50’ ‘4F’ ‘4E’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00APON1
Description
Command for setting the
AUTO POWER ON to ON (ID
command is omitted.)
Command receipt confirmation
(The statuses are echoed back
as many as the number of the
connected projectors.)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘41’ ‘50’ ‘4F’ ‘4E’
‘31’ ‘0D’
00;01;APON1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘41’ ‘50’ ‘4F’ ‘4E’
‘31’ ‘0D’
00;01;APON1
Description
Command for setting the
AUTO POWER ON is sent to
the projector with the ID of “01”
or “ALL.”
Command receipt confirmation
(The status is echoed back
from the projector with the ID
of “01” or “ALL.”)
[Example 2] When setting the CONTRAST R of the COLOR TEMP.-USER to +10, the CONTRAST G to 0, and the
CONTRAST B to -5. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘50’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘2B’ ‘30’ ‘30’ ‘2D’ ‘30’ ‘35’ ‘0D’
00P+10+00-05
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘50’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘2B’ ‘30’ ‘30’ ‘2D’ ‘30’ ‘35’ ‘0D’
00P+10+00-05
Description
Command for setting the
picture control (ID command is
omitted.)
Command receipt confirmation
(The statuses are echoed back
as many as the number of the
connected projectors.)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘50’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’
‘2B’ ‘30’ ‘30’ ‘2D’ ‘30’ ‘35’ ‘0D’
00;01;P+10+00-05
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘50’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’
‘2B’ ‘30’ ‘30’ ‘2D’ ‘30’ ‘35’ ‘0D’
00;01;P+10+00-05
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Description
Command for setting the
CONTRAST is sent to the
projector with the ID of “01” or
“ALL.”
Command receipt confirmation
(The status is echoed back
from the projector with the ID
of “01” or “ALL.”)
[Example 3] When checking the TINT setting (when the TINT is set to +10). (Values enclosed in quotation marks
are ASCII codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘53’ ‘0D’
00S
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘53’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘0D’
00S+10
Description
Command for checking the
TINT setting (ID command is
omitted.)
Check result (+10)
(The statuses are echoed back
as many as the number of the
connected projectors.)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘53’ ‘0D’
00;01;S
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘53’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘0D’
00;01;S+10
Description
Command for checking the
TINT setting is sent to the
projector with the ID of “01” or
“ALL.”
Check result (+10)
(The status is echoed back
from the projector with the ID
of “01” or “ALL.”)
[Example 4] When setting the GAMMA MODE of the COLOR ENHANCER-USER to DETAIL. (Values enclosed in
quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘43’ ‘45’ ‘55’ ‘31’ ‘47’ ‘53’ ‘32’ ‘0D’
00CEU1GS2
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘43’ ‘45’ ‘55’ ‘31’ ‘47’ ‘53’ ‘32’ ‘0D’
00CEU1GS2
Description
Command for setting the
picture control (ID command is
omitted.)
Command receipt confirmation
(The statuses are echoed back
as many as the number of the
connected projectors.)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘43’ ‘45’ ‘55’
‘31’ ‘47’ ‘53’ ‘32’ ‘OD’
00;01;CEU1GS2
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘43’ ‘45’ ‘55’
‘31’ ‘47’ ‘53’ ‘32’ ‘OD’
00;01;CEU1GS2
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Description
Command for setting the
GAMMA MODE of the COLOR
ENHANCER-USER is sent to
the projector with the ID of “01”
or “ALL.”
Command receipt confirmation
(The status is echoed back
from the projector with the ID
of “01” or “ALL.”)
5.7 Password lock commands
The password lock commands control the password lock. The password lock enabling or disabling command is
sent with a 4 to 8-digit password comprised of any figures 1 to 4 added to the end of the data code. When the
password lock is enabled or disabled successfully, the projector sends a return command comprising the data
code, password, and “1” at the end. When enabling or disabling the password lock fails, it sends a return command with “0” at the end. There is no reconfirmation of the password. The password input command is for enabling projection of image when password lock has been set to DISPLAY INPUT. The password input command
is sent with a 4 to 8-digit password comprised of any figures 1 to 4 at the end.
ITEM
Password lock enabling/
disabling
Password input
Character
PSLOCK
PASS
Function
ASCII code
50h 53h 4Ch 4Fh 43h 4Bh
50h 41h 53h 53h
Data
0**** (Disabling), 1**** (DISPLAY INPUT),
2**** (MENU ACCESS), 3**** (SPLASH ID SCREEN)
****
**** is a 4 to 8-digit password comprised of any figures 1 to 4.
[Example]
When enabling the password lock of DISPLAY INPUT (in the case that the password is 123412).
(Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
• When ID is not specified:
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘50’ ‘53’ ‘4C’ ‘4F’ ‘43’ ‘4B’ ‘31’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘33’ ‘34’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘0D’
00PSLOCK1123412
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘50’ ‘53’ ‘4C’ ‘4F’ ‘43’ ‘4B’ ‘31’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘33’ ‘34’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00PSLOCK11234121
Description
Command for enabling the
password lock of DISPLAY INPUT
(ID command is omitted.)
Response informing that the
projector succeeded in enabling the
password lock of DISPLAY INPUT
(The statuses are echoed back
as many as the number of the
connected projectors.)
• When ID is specified (when the command is sent to the projector with the ID of “01” or “ALL”):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘50’ ‘53’ ‘4C’ ‘4F’ ‘43’ ‘4B’ ‘31’
‘31’ ‘32’ ‘33’ ‘34’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘ 0D’
00;01;PSLOCK1123412
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘3B’ ‘30’ ‘31’ ‘3B’ ‘50’ ‘53’ ‘4C’ ‘4F’ ‘43’ ‘4B’ ‘31’
‘31’ ‘32’ ‘33’ ‘34’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00;01;PSLOCK11234121
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Description
Command for turning on the
password lock of DISPLAY INPUT
is sent to the projector with the ID
of “01” or “ALL.”
Response informing that the
projector succeeded in enabling the
password lock of DISPLAY INPUT
(The status is echoed back from
the projector with the ID of “01”
or “ALL.”)