Mitsubishi DLP HC7900DW User manual

DLP™ Projector
MODEL
HC7900DW
Controlling the projector using a personal computer
This projector can be controlled by connecting a personal computer with RS-232C terminal.
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
Connection
RS-232C cable
SERIAL
To RS-232C
terminal
D-SUB 9-pin
D-SUB 9-pin
Important:
• Connect the computer with the projector on a one-to-one basis.
• 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.)
• Adapters may be necessary depending on the PC connected to this projector. Contact your dealer for details.
1. Interface
1.1 Pin assignment of SERIAL terminal (D-SUB 9-pin)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description
NC
RXD
TXD
NC
GND
NC
RTS
CTS
NC
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
1.2 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.
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2. Control command configuration
The command consists of the address 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
Character
[Address code]
[Function code]
[Data code]
[ACK/NAK]
[End code]
Function code
Function
Function
Data code
Data
Data
ACK/NAK
‘3Ah’ ‘4Eh’
:N
End code
‘0Dh’
Fixed to 00. (‘30h’ ‘30h’ in the ASCII code)
Code unique to each control operation.
Data (value) unique to each control operation (Not always indicated.)
Code indicating the NAK return as described below
Fixed to :N (‘3Ah’ ‘3Eh’ in the ASCII code. Not added to ACK.)
Fixed to . (‘0Dh’ in the ASCII cade)
3. Control sequence
Computer
Projector
1
1
2
Sequence
Send the command from the
personal computer to the projector.
The projector will send a return
command after it receives an end
code.
2
3
3
4
4
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.
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).
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.
• 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.
The projector receives no commands for about 20 seconds (or for 2 minutes at the longest if the lamp
does not light up promptly as the life is expiring). 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.
• 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.
[Example]
Selecting COMPONENT as the input signal during auto positioning (Values enclosed in quotation
marks are ASCII codes.):
Command sent from the PC
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘63’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00_c1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘63’ ‘31’ ‘3A’ ‘4E’ ‘0D’
00_c1:N
Description
(During auto positioning)
Command for selecting COMPONENT
as the input signal is sent out.
The command is received by the projector
but cannot be executed. (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.
Command sending fails.
Check the following.
Check the following.
• Check that the function code is
• Check that the command begins
correct.
with “00”.
• Check that the data code is correct.
• The projector is not supplied with
• Check that the projector is able to
AC power.
issue the return command.
Check that AC power cord is
Check the projector’s operation
connected.
Turn on the power. (Turn on the
using the 00vST command.
circuit breaker or main switch.)
Note: In the following cases, NAK is
returned even when the
• Not connected with the projector.
projector is in normal condition.
Check that the RS-232C cable is
• Immediately after the power is turned connected.
on (about 20 seconds to 2 minutes)
Check the RS-232C cable for
• During input switching
electrical discontinuity.
• During auto positioning
• During password lock
NG
OK
END
[Method of checking state of projector]
Sending “00vST”
To normal operation
0–3
Checking response to “00vST”
6
4
Projector error
Send out “00vER” to check error details.
Recover from error state.
5
Enter password.
Send out “00PSLOCK0****”.
Projector is functioning.
[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 the recommended procedure to use the former command systems, see “Controlling the projector using a
personal computer” for FL7000U.)
ITEM
Character
Changing the RS-232C command system COMMAND
Function
Data
ASCII
43h 4Fh 4Dh 4Dh 41h 4Eh 44h
0 (Former command system),
1 (New command system)
3
4. Command list
4.1 Operation commands
The operation commands are used for the basic operation setting of this projector. They may not be executed
while the signals are changed. The operation 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.)
Function
Character
ASCII
POWER ON
!
21h
POWER OFF
"
22h
INPUT COMPUTER _r1
5Fh 72h 31h
INPUT HDMI1
_d1
5Fh 64h 31h
INPUT HDMI2
_d2
5Fh 64h 32h
INPUT COMPONENT _c1
5Fh 63h 31h
ITEM
[Example]
Note
This command is invalid for 1 minute after the power is turned off.
This command is invalid for 1 minute after the power is turned on.
This command will not be executed in Stand-by mode.
This command will not be executed in Stand-by mode.
This command will not be executed in Stand-by mode.
This command will not be executed in Stand-by mode.
When setting the input signal to COMPUTER. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII
codes.):
Status code returned
from the projector
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Description
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘72’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00_r1
Command for setting the input signal
to COMPUTER
Command receipt confirmation
(Command echo back)
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘72’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00_r1
4.2 Reading command diagram
The projectors operating status, such as POWER-ON/OFF and the currently selected input terminal, etc. can be monitored.
ITEM
POWER ON
POWER OFF
INPUT COMPUTER
INPUT HDMI1
INPUT HDMI2
INPUT COMPONENT
POWER ON/OFF IMPOSSIBLE
POWER ON/OFF POSSIBLE
NO SIGNAL SUPPLIED
SIGNAL SUPPLIED
Character
Function
Data (Receive)
vP
1
vP
0
vI
r1
vI
d1
vI
d2
vI
c1
vPK
0
vPK
1
vSM
0
vSM
1
ASCII
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
76h
Function
50h
50h
49h
49h
49h
49h
50h 4Bh
50h 4Bh
53h 4Dh
53h 4Dh
Data (Receive)
31h
30h
72h 31h
64h 31h
64h 32h
63h 31h
30h
31h
30h
31h
Use the following commands to obtain the values of the items in the INFORMA TION menu.
ITEM
Character
LAMP TIME (LOW)
vLE
RESOLUTION
vRESO
VERTICAL FREQUENCY
vVFREQ
HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY vHFREQ
SYNC. TYPE
vSYNCT
Function
ASCII
76h 4Ch 45h
76h 52h 45h 53h
76h 56h 46h 52h
76h 48h 46h 52h
76h 53h 59h 4Eh
Data (Receive)
4Fh
45h 51h
45h 51h
43h 54h
hhhhmm
HHHHxVVVV
***.**
***.**
0 (NO SIGNAL), 3 (3wire), 4 (4wire), 5 (5wire)
“hhhh” and “mm” represent hours and minutes respectively.
“HHHH” and “VVVV” represent the horizontal and vertical resolutions respectively.
“***.**” represents the vertical frequency (in Hz) or the horizontal frequency (in kHz).
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Use the following commands to obtain other information.
Model name
Input source
Projector status
Character
vMDL
vSOUCE
vST
Function
ASCII
76h 4Dh 44h 4Ch
76h 53h 4Fh 55h 43h 45h
76h 53h 54h
Error status
vER
76h 45h 52h
ITEM
Data (Receive)
****************(within 16 characters)
r1 c1 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,
etc.)),
6 (Awaiting password entry)
Reading out error data (3 digits, hexadecimal
numbers, total 9 bits)
(MSB) xb1, xb2... xb8, xb9, 0, 0, 0 (LSB)
xb1: Fan error
xb2: Lamp error (The lamp goes out or does not light.)
xb3: Lamp warning 1 (The lamp life has expired.)
xb4: Lamp warning 2 (The lamp life is expiring.)
xb5: Temperature error
xb6: The temperature warning is being indicated.
xb7: Lamp cover open error
xb8: Fixed to 0.
xb9: States of other component abnormality
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.
[Example]
When checking the currently selected input terminal (when the input HDMI1 is being selected). (Values
enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘76’ ‘49’ ‘64’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00vld1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘76’ ‘49’ ‘64’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00vld1
Description
Command for checking the input
terminal
Check result (HDMI1)
4.3 Remote commands
(Not executable in stand-by mode. When the remote commands are sent while the
splash screen is being displayed, the splash screen is only canceled.)
The remote commands allow the computer to control the projector in the same way as by the remote control.
(Some operations cannot be controlled.) The remote commands have no data codes.
Button’s name on remote
PICTURE MODE
F.R.C.
AV MEMORY1
AV MEMORY2
AV MEMORY3
MENU
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
[Example]
Character
00r86
00r56
00re4
00re5
00re6
00r53
00r2b
00r4f
00r59
00r54
00rd0
00rd1
Function
ASCII
72h 38h 36h
72h 35h 36h
72h 65h 34h
72h 65h 35h
72h 65h 36h
72h 35h 33h
72h 32h 62h
72h 34h 66h
72h 35h 39h
72h 35h 34h
72h 64h 30h
72h 64h 31h
Button’s name on remote
GAMMA
3D MODE
2D-3D CONVERSION
3D SYNC PAUSE
COLOR MANAGEMENT
ENTER
IRIS
ASPECT
COLOR TEMP.
SHARPNESS
COLOR
AUTO POSITION
ANAMO
Character
00rd5
00r57
00r5b
00r5c
00rb4
00r10
00r55
00re2
00rd4
00rd6
00rd2
00r09
00r97
Function
ASCII
72h 64h 35h
72h 35h 37h
72h 35h 62h
72h 35h 63h
72h 62h 34h
72h 31h 30h
72h 35h 35h
72h 65h 32h
72h 64h 34h
72h 64h 36h
72h 64h 32h
72h 30h 39h
72h 39h 37h
When displaying the MENU selection bar. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘72’ ‘35’ ‘34’ ‘0D’
00r54
Description
Command operating the same as the
MENU button
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘72’ ‘35’ ‘34’ ‘0D’
00r54
5
(Command echo back)
4.4 Menu setting commands
(Not executable in stand-by mode. Possible only to read during muting.)
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.
ITEM
PICTURE MODE
GAMMA MODE
Function
Character
ASCII
PM
50h 4Dh
GS
GAMMA MODE - USER1 GSU1REF
(REFERENCE)
GAMMA MODE - USER2 GSU2REF
(REFERENCE)
GAMMA MODE
2% GSU1L*02
- USER1
4%
(ADJUST MODE)
6%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
40%
50%
70%
90%
GAMMA MODE
2%
- USER2 4%
(ADJUST MODE)
6%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
40%
50%
70%
90%
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR TEMP.
Data
47h 53h
47h 53h 55h 31h 52h 45h
46h
47h 53h 55h 32h 52h 45h
46h
47h 53h 55h 31h 4Ch
GSU1L*04
GSU1L*06
GSU1L*10
GSU1L*15
GSU1L*20
GSU1L*25
GSU1L*30
GSU1L*40
GSU1L*50
GSU1L*70
GSU1L*90
GSU2L*02 47h 53h 55h 32h 4Ch
GSU2L*04
GSU2L*06
GSU2L*10
GSU2L*15
GSU2L*20
GSU2L*25
GSU2L*30
GSU2L*40
GSU2L*50
GSU2L*70
GSU2L*90
0(CINEMA), 1(VIDEO), 2(3D), 3(GAME),
4(ISF(DAY)), 5(ISF(NIGHT)), 6(AV MEMORY1),
7(AV MEMORY2), 8(AV MEMORY3)
0 (CINEMA), 1 (2.0), 2 (2.1(VIDEO)), 3 (2.2), 4 (3D),
5 (2.4), 6 (USER1), 7 (USER2), 8 (ISF(DAY)),
9 (ISF(NIGHT))
0 (2.0), 1 (2.1(VIDEO)), 2 (2.2), 3 (3D), 4 (2.4)
0 (2.0), 1 (2.1(VIDEO)), 2 (2.2), 3(3D), 4 (2.4)
± 99
* = 0(RED), 1(GREEN), 2(BLUE)
± 99
* = 0(RED), 1(GREEN), 2(BLUE)
PP
QQ
A
50h 50h
51h 51h
41h
CTREF
43h 54h 52h 45h 46h
±30
±30
0 (HighBrightness), 1 (COOL), 2 (MEDIUM),
3(WARM), 4(USER), 5(ISF(DAY)), 6(ISF(NIGHT))
0 (COOL), 1 (MEDIUM), 2 (WARM)
P
50h
±60 ±60 ±60 (R, G, B)
COLOR TEMP. - USER
(REFERENCE)
COLOR TEMP.-USER
(CONTRAST)
COLOR TEMP.-USER
(BRIGHTNESS)
COLOR
TINT
SHARPNESS
IRIS
3D MODE
Q
51h
±60 ±60 ±60 (R, G, B)
T
S
R
IRIS
TDM
54h
53h
52h
49h 52h 49h 53h
54h 44h 4Dh
3D SYNC.
FINE 3D SYNC.
24P FRAME RATE
3D F.R.C. LEVEL
2D-3D CONVERSION
3D DEPTH
SCREEN SIZE
VERTICAL LOCATION
CW SPEED
FRAME RATE CONVERSION
TDS
TDSF
TDFRC
TDFRCL
TDC
TDD
SCR
IMP
CWS
FRC
54h 44h 53h
54h 44h 53h 46h
54h 44h 46h 52h 43h
54h 44h 46h 52h 43h 4Ch
54h 44h 43h
54h 44h 44h
53h 43h 52h
49h 4Dh 50h
43h 57h 53h
46h 52h 43h
±10
±10
±5
0 (OFF), 1 (AUTO1), 2 (AUTO2), 3 (AUTO3)
0 (AUTO), 1 (FRAME PACKING), 2 (SIDE BY SIDE),
3 (TOP AND BOTTOM)
0 (NORMAL), 1 (REVERSE)
00 - 10
0 (96Hz), 1 (120Hz)
0 - 5
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
01 - 10
0(16:9), 1(CINEMA SCOPE(2.35:1))
±26
0(4x), 1(6x)
0 (OFF), 1 (TRUE FILM), 2 (TRUE VIDEO)
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ITEM
F.R.C. LEVEL
BrilliantColor TM
NOISE REDUCTION
CTI
INPUT LEVEL
Character
FRCL
WEH
NR
CTI
IPL
Function
ASCII
46h 52h 43h 4Ch
57h 45h 48h
4Eh 52h
43h 54h 49h
49h 50h 4Ch
STU
CMG
CMGG*
53h 54h 55h
43h 4Dh 47h
43h 4Dh 47h 47h
1-5
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
00 - 05
+0(AUTO), +1(ENHANCED), +2(NORMAL),
+3(SUPERWHITE)
0 (AUTO), 1 (OFF), 2 (3.75%), 3 (7.5%)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
-49 - +50
* = R(RED), Y(YELLOW), G(GREEN),
CMGS*
43h 4Dh 47h 53h
±50
Data
SET UP
COLOR MANAGEMENT
COLOR MANAGEMENT
(GAIN)
COLOR MANAGEMENT
(SATURATION)
COLOR MANAGEMENT
(HUE)
COLOR SPACE
PICTURE MENU RESET
KEYSTONE
LAMP MODE
STANDBY MODE
AUTO POWER ON
AUTO POWER OFF
SPLASH SCREEN
BACK COLOR
IMAGE REVERSE
TRIGGER1(POWER)
TRIGGER2(ANAMO)
TEST PATTERN
ASPECT
CMGH*
43h 4Dh 47h 48h
±30
CSP
PMRST
KS
LM
STBY
APON
APOF
SS
BB
IR
SCT
SCTA
TP
SC
43h 53h 50h
50h 4Dh 52h 53h 54h
4Bh 53h
4Ch 4Dh
53h 54h 42h 59h
41h 50h 4Fh 4Eh
41h 50h 4Fh 46h
53h 53h
42h 42h
49h 52h
53h 43h 54h
53h 43h 54h 41h
54h 50h
53h 43h
0 (WIDE), 1 (NORMAL)
PASSWORD FUNCTION
PSLOCK*****
50h 53h 4Ch 4Fh 43h
4Bh
MENU POSITION
MENU DIMMER
CINEMA MODE
REMOTE POSITION
MP
MDIM
CINE
RP
4Dh
4Dh
43h
52h
50h
44h 49h 4Dh
49h 4Eh 45h
50h
LANGUAGE
LG
4Ch 47h
RESET ALL
HORIZ.POSITION
VERT.POSITION
FINE SYNC.
TRACKING
COMPUTER INPUT
OVER SCAN
HOLD
HOLD BEGIN
HOLD END
CLAMP POSITION
CLAMP WIDTH
VERT.SYNC.
LPF
SHUTTER(U)
SHUTTER(L)
SHUTTER(LS)
SHUTTER(RS)
RSTALL
HP
VP
FN
TRK
CIN
VOS
HLD
HLB
HLE
CLP
CLW
VSC
LPF
SHU
SHL
SHLS
SHRS
52h
48h
56h
46h
54h
43h
56h
48h
48h
48h
43h
43h
56h
4Ch
53h
53h
53h
53h
53h
50h
50h
4Eh
52h
49h
4Fh
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
4Ch
53h
50h
48h
48h
48h
48h
C(CYAN), B(BLUE), M(MAGENTA)
* = R(RED), Y(YELLOW), G(GREEN),
C(CYAN), B(BLUE), M(MAGENTA)
* = R(RED), Y(YELLOW), G(GREEN),
C(CYAN), B(BLUE), M(MAGENTA)
±15
0 (STANDARD), 1 (LOW)
0 (STANDARD), 1 (LOW)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
00 (OFF), 05, 10, 15, 30, 60
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (BLACK), 1 (BLUE)
0 (OFF), 1 (MIRROR), 2 (INVERT), 3 (MIRROR INVERT)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (OFF), 1 (CROSS HATCH), 2 (WHITE), 3 (BLACK)
0 (AUTO), 1 (4:3), 2 (16:9), 3 (ZOOM1),
4 (ZOOM2), 5 (STRETCH), 6 (ANAMORPHIC1),
7 (ANAMORPHIC2)
0**** (UNLOCK), 1**** (DISPLAY INPUT),
2**** (MENU ACCESS),
**** is a 4 to 8-digit password comprised of any
figures 1 to 4.
0 (Upper left), 1 (Lower right)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 (VIDEO), 1 (AUTO), 2 (FILM)
0(AUTO), 1(FRONT), 2(REAR), 3(TOP),
4(FRONT/TOP), 5(REAR/TOP), 6(FRONT/REAR)
0 (Japanese), 1 (English), 2 (Spanish), 3 (German),
4 (French), 5 (Italiano), 6 (Chinese), 7 (Korean),
8 (Russian), 9 (Portuguese)
54h 41h 4Ch 4Ch
4Bh
4Eh
53h
44h
42h
45h
50h
57h
43h
46h
55h
4Ch
4Ch 53h
52h 53h
+: increment, -: decrement *1
+: increment, -: decrement *1
0 - 31
+: increment, -: decrement *1
0 (RGB), 1 (YC B CR /YPB PR ), 2 (AUTO)
00 (90%) - 10 (100%)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 - 99
0 - 99
1 - 255
1 - 63
0 (AUTO), 1 (OFF)
0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
0 - 32
0 - 32
0 - 95
0 - 95
*1) Setting range differs depending on the input signals.
• 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
ASCII
+
0
‘2Bh’ ‘2Dh’ ‘30h’
1
‘31h’
2
‘32h’
3
‘33h’
4
‘34h’
5
‘35h’
6
‘36h’
7
‘37h’
8
‘38h’
9
‘39h’
[Example 1] When setting the 3D to ON. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘54’ ‘44’ ‘45’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00TDE1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘54’ ‘44’ ‘45’ ‘31’ ‘0D’
00TDE1
Description
Command for setting the 3D to
ON
Command receipt confirmation
(Command echo back)
[Example 2] When setting the signal level 2% RED of the GAMMA MODE-USER1 to +5. (Values enclosed in
quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘47’ ‘53’ ‘55’ ‘31’ ‘4C’ ‘30’ ‘30’ ‘32’ ‘2B’ ‘30’ ‘35’ ‘0D’
00GSU1L002+05
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘47’ ‘53’ ‘55’ ‘31’ ‘4C’ ‘30’ ‘30’ ‘32’ ‘2B’ ‘30’ ‘35’ ‘0D’
00GSU1L002+05
Description
Command for setting the
picture control
Command receipt confirmation
(Command echo back)
[Example 3] 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.):
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
Command receipt confirmation
(Command echo back)
[Example 4] When setting the RED COLOR GAIN of the COLOR MANAGEMENT to -10. (Values enclosed in
quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Command sent from the PC, etc.
Status code returned
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘43’ ‘4D’ ‘47’ ‘47’ ‘52’ ‘2D’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘0D’
00CMGGR-10
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘43’ ‘4D’ ‘47’ ‘47’ ‘52’ ‘2D’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘0D’
00CMGGR-10
8
Description
Command for setting the
picture control
Command receipt confirmation
(Command echo back)