Mitsubishi Electric LDT462V User`s manual

RS232 LAN Serial Communication Control
for LDT462V
1. Application
This document defines the communication protocols for serial control of the LDT462V.
-----Revision History----June 29th 2011 H.Tanizoe
1st draft Release:
2nd draft Release:
Nov 12th 2011 Y.Ashizaki
Nov. 21st 2011 H.Tanizoe
Release
Feb 16th 2012 H.Tanizoe
P4 Change 14sec14(TBD)sec (because test result is unknown.)
P6 Add command “FORCE POWER OFF WITH OPS”
Deleted “BNC input related items. (Basic command , Extended command, (INPUT,PIP, Scheduler)
Added comment for FORCE POWER OFF with OPS command.
Revised the reply message of FAN failure detect.
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2. Connectors and wiring
A: RS-232C connection
Connector: D-Sub 9-pin
Cable: Cross (reversed) cable or null modem cable
B: LAN connection
Connector: Modular 8pin (RJ45)
Cable: Modular 8pin (RJ45), Strait CAT5/6/7 LAN cable
* If you connect one PC and one display without LAN HUB, you use Cross LAN cable.
PC
LAN HUB
LAN cable
Display #1
LAN cables
Note: LAN control is converted to RS-232C control in the display.
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Display #2
3. Communication Parameter
Set each communication parameters to the PC connected with each kind of cable.
A: RS-232C connection
(1) RS-232C direct connection between PC and Display
Interface
RS-232C (Asynchronous, Full-duplex)
Baud rate
9600bps
Data length
8bits
Parity
None
Stop bit
1 bit
Flow control
None
Communication code
ASCII
Communication signals
TXD, RXD
B: LAN connection
(1) LAN connection between PC and Display
Interface
TCP/IP
DHCP client mode
Changeable (default
IP address
Changeable (default
Subnet mask
Changeable (default
Default gateway
Changeable (default
Port
3007/63007 (Both of
only if you have no
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= OFF: not using)
= 192.168.0.10: depends on model)
= 255.255.255.0)
= 192.168.0.1: depends on model)
those ports are available. Use 63007
support of legacy products.)
3.1 Communication timing
The controller should wait for a packet interval before next command is sent.
The packet interval needs to be longer than 600msec for the LDT462V.
[Important Information]
HOST system shall send next command after receiving a reply command from Monitor, if it is sequential
commands communication. If Host doesn’t wait for monitor’s reply, monitor operation error may happen.
Time-out error handling operation in Controller: Host Controller shall wait the reply from Monitor,
after sending command as mentioned above. The time-out setting in Host Controller shall be more
than 30sec after sending command to Monitor. (Using the maximum command interval “aMAX” is most
safety.)
Communication disabled period after power on/off: After Monitor Power on, either by AC switch, Remote Controller or
Serial communication command, Monitor goes initialize mode of controller and can not handle the remote control
commands correctly during the mode. So do NOT send any command at least 14sec after monitor power on/off. If you make
the code which sends any command after POWER ON/OFF command, please put a wait at least 14sec after sending the
command.
About the other commands, please wait the each periods of command interval from PC. (See below example.)
When your system may output no signal, you have to set the menu “POWER SAVE (PC)” to OFF because of 14sec waiting.
[Available Command list at DC power off status]
LDT462V can’t accept and reply any command except for the following commands when it is in DC power off or power
saving.
Power status Read / Read Model name Read / Serial number Read /Power on / Power off
Example of communication timing
Command #1
Command #2
PC
Reply #1
Reply #2
Display
b1
b2
a2
a1
Characters of Command #1
0
0
v
P
C
R
c1
* Command interval from PC (Wait sending next command for processing in display.)
a > 14sec: When Command #1 is power command “POWER ON”,”POWER OFF”.
a > 5sec: When Command #1 is video input command “INPUT D-SUB”,”INPUT VIDEO”, etc.
a > 1.8sec: When Command #1 is store the adjusted value command “SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS”,
“SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS QUICK”.
a > 6sec: When Command #1 is “AUTO SETUP”.
a > 30sec: When Command #1 is “FACTORY RESET”, “SCREEN RESET”. (This results in aMAX)
a > 600msec: When Command #1 is the others.
* Minimum reply time from display (Additional time depends on command processing in display)
b = 10msec (Typ.): On RS-232C connection (The time depends on models as 10 to 20msec.)
b = 30sec (max): When Command #1 is “FACTORY RESET”, “SCREEN RESET”.
* Command internal gap (Don’t make a longer interval gap between characters.)
[Following 3steps of time out period is selectable by OSD menu “CONTROL TIMEOUT” in CONFIGURATION2
menu on POWER ON mode. Although c is 5sec on POWER OFF mode and sleep mode. ]
c < 10msec: Normal communication mode for time-out error of each character gap.
c < 2sec: Hand typing mode on teletype application.
c < 30sec: Hand typing mode with longer time-out.
(Infinity waiting isn’t supported because of processing freeze.)
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4. Communication Format
4-1.Basic command
This command set supports only the basic control of monitor and does NOT support multi monitor control
by daisy chained connection. This command set will be written in the user’s manual of LDT462V.
1) Control command diagram
The command is structured by the address code, function code, data code and end code. The length of the
command is different for each function.
2) Control sequence
(1) The command from a computer to the LCD monitor will be sent in 600ms.
(2) The LCD monitor will send a return command 600ms* after it has received and encoded. If the command isn’t
received correctly, the LCD monitor will not send the return command.
(3) The personal computer checks the command and confirms if the command, which has been sent, has been executed or not.
(4) This LCD monitor sends various codes other than return code. When having a control sequence by RS-232C, reject other
codes from personal computers side.
*: The sending time of return command may delay depending on the condition (during changing of the input signal, etc.).
Example: Turn the power ON ( ’ ’ is for ASCII code)
Note: The replied status is for communication confirmation. When you want to know the display condition, please use the ‘Read
command’. (See page 6)
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3) Operation commands
The operation commands execute the basic operation setting of this LCD monitor.
It may not operate when changing the signal:
Operation
ASCII
HEX
POWER ON
!
21h
POWER OFF
"
22h
FORCE POWER OFF
WITH OPS *1
""
22h 22h
INPUT HDMI
_r1
5Fh 72h 31h
INPUT DVI-D
_r2
5Fh 72h 32h
INPUT D-SUB
_r3
5Fh 72h 33h
INPUT
OPTION(Digital)
_r5
5Fh 72h 35h
INPUT VIDEO
_v1
5Fh 76h 31h
INPUT DVD/HD
_v2
5Fh 76h 32h
INPUT S-VIDEO
_v3
5Fh 76h 33h
*1 Use this command for Power off with OPS option.
4) Read command
Host computer sends the command without Data-code to monitor.
After receiving this command, the monitor returns the command with Data-code of current status to host computer.
< ex. > When Host computer ask Power status of monitor, the status of monitor is powered-on.
Structure of the Read-command
POWER
Input
Picture mode
Temperature
of Internal
monitor
ASCII
Data (Receive)
1
0
r1
r2
r3
ON
OFF(sleep/stand by)
HDMI
DVI-D
D-SUB
OPTION
vI
r5
76 49
72 35
Video
DVD/HD
S-VIDEO
HIGHBRIGHT
STANDARD
resolution
Around
1˚C
Main
board
resolution
Around
1˚C
Power
PCB
vI
vI
vI
vM
vM
v1
v2
v3
p1
p2
76 49
76 49
76 49
76 4D
76 4D
76 31
76 32
76 33
70 31
70 32
tc1
(ex.) +25
74 63 31
2B 20 32 35
tc2
(ex.) +31
74 63 32
2B 20 33 31
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Function
76 50
76 50
76 49
76 49
76 49
HEX
Data (Receive)
31
30
72 31
72 32
72 33
Function
vP
vP
vI
vI
vI
5) Remote command
(Not executable in sleep/standby mode. When the remote commands are sent while sleep/standby mode, the sleep/stand-by
mode is only canceled.)
Some remote control operations can be achieved by the remote command codes. The remote commands have no data codes.
Button’s name on remote
Function
Character
ASCII
+/VOLUME
r06
72h 30h 36h
-/VOLUME
r07
72h 30h 37h
AV MUTE
ra6
72h 61h 36h
AUTO SETUP
r09
72h 30h 39h
[Example] When executing the AUTO SETUP. (Figures and symbols enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Sending commands
from the PC, etc.
Status code
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘72’ ‘30’ ‘39’ ‘0D’
00r09
Description
Command operating the same
as the MENU button
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘72’ ‘30’ ‘39’ ‘0D’
00r09
Command receipt confirmation
(Command echo back)
Note:
When you use a terminal application with typing the codes by hands, DO NOT type BS (Back Space) key or the other control keys. The behavior
may send unexpected codes in Sending command to the monitor. The communication may be rejected by the monitor, or the monitor may result
in unexpected operation in the worst case.
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4-2.Extended command
Note: This command set supports multi monitor control by daisy chained connection. This command
set will NOT be written in the user’s manual of LDT462V.
The command packet consists of four parts, Header, Message, Check code and Delimiter.
Header
Message
Check Code
Delimiter
Sequence of a typical procedure to control a monitor is as follows,
[A controller and a monitor, two-way communication composition figure]
Controller
Monitor
Get Parameter
Delimiter Check Code
Message
The controller sends a command to
get a value from the monitor that
you want to change.
Header
Get Parameter Reply
Header
Message
Check Code
Delimiter
Set Parameter
Delimiter Check Code
Message
The monitor replies with the
current value of the requested
item.
The controller sends commands to
set an adjusted value.
Header
Set Parameter Reply
Header
Message
Check Code
Delimiter
The monitor replies to the
controller for confirmation.
Get Parameter
Delimiter Check Code
Message
Header
The controller sends a command to
get a value for confirmation.
Get Parameter Reply
Header
Message
Check Code
Delimiter
The monitor replies
adjusted value.
with
an
Save Current Setting Command
Delimiter Check Code
Message
Header
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The controller requests to store
the adjusted value to the monitor.
4.1 Header block format (fixed length)
SOH
1st
Reserved
'0'
2nd
Destination
'A'
3rd
Header
Message
Message
Type
Source
4th
5th
Check code
Delimiter
Message
Length
6th -7th
1stbyte) SOH: Start of Header
ASCII SOH (01h)
2ndbyte) Reserved: Reserved for future extensions.
LDT462V must be ASCII '0'(30h)
3rdbyte) Destination: Destination equipment ID. (Receiver)
Specify a command’s receiver’s address.
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion. If it
is a broad cast command(only “set command” is available), then the ’*’(2Ah)should be applied.
4thbyte) Source: Source equipment ID. (Sender)
Specify a sender address.
The controller must be ‘0’(30h).
5thbyte) Message Type: (Case sensitive.)
Refer to section 4.2 “Message block format” for more details.
ASCII 'A' (41h): Command
ASCII 'B' (42h): Command reply.
ASCII 'C' (43h): Get current parameter from a monitor.
ASCII 'D' (44h): "Get parameter" reply.
ASCII 'E' (45h): Set parameter.
ASCII 'F' (46h): "Set parameter" reply.
6th -7th bytes) Message Length:
Specify the length of the message (that follows the header) from STX to ETX.
This length includes STX and ETX.
The byte data must be encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) The byte data 3Ah must be encoded to ASCII characters '3' and 'A' (33h and 41h).
The byte data 0Bh must be encoded to ASCII characters '0' and 'B' (30h and 42h).
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4.2 Message block format
Header
Message
Check code
Delimiter
“Message block format” is allied to the “Message Type” in the “Header”.
Refer to the section 6 “Message format” for more detail.
1)Get current parameter
The controller sends this message when you want to get the status of the monitor.
For the status that you want to get, specify the “OP code page” and “OP code”,
refer to “Appendix A. Operation code table”.
“Message format” of the “Get current parameter” is as follows;
OP code page
Hi
Lo
STX
OP code
Hi
Lo
ETX
1) Refer to section 5.1 “Get current parameter from a monitor.” for more details.
2)Get Parameter reply
The monitor will reply with the status of the requested item specified by the controller
in the “Get parameter message”.
“Message format” of the “Get parameter reply” is as follows;
Result
Hi
Lo
STX
OP code page
Hi
Lo
OP code
Hi
Lo
Hi
Type
Lo
MSB
Max value
LSB
Current Value
MSB
LSB
ETX
2) Refer to section 5.2 “Get parameter reply” for more details.
3)Set parameter
The controller sends this message to change a setting of the monitor.
Message format of the “Set parameter” is as follows;
STX
OP code page
Hi
Lo
OP code
Hi
Lo
Set Value
MSB
LSB
ETX
3) Refer to section 5.3 “Set parameter” for more details.
4)Set Parameter reply
The monitor replies with this message for a confirmation of the “Set parameter message”.
Message format of the “Set parameter reply” is as follows;
STX
Result
Hi
Lo
OP code page
Hi
Lo
OP code
Hi
Lo
Type
Hi
Lo
Max value
MSB
LSB
Requested setting
Value
MSB
LSB
4) Refer to section 5.4 “Set parameter reply” for more details.
5)Command
“Command message” format depends on each command.
Usually, this “command message” is used for some non-slider controls and some special operations,
such as “Save current settings”, “Get timing report”, “power control”, “Schedule”, etc. Refer to
section 5.5 “Commands message” for more details.
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ETX
6)Command reply
The monitor replies to a query from the controller.
“Command reply message” format depends on each command.
Refer to section 5.5 “Commands message” for more details.
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4.5 Check code
Header
Check code
Message
Delimiter
Check code is the Block Check Code (BCC) between the Header and the End of Message except SOH.
SOH
Reserved
Destination
Source
Type
Length
STX
Data
|
|
ETX
Check code
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
|
|
Dn
Dn+1
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Dn+1 = D1 XOR D2 XOR D3 XOR ,,, Dn
XOR: Exclusive OR
Following is an example of a Check code (BCC) calculation.
Header
Message
Source
Address
Message
type
ETX
Check
code
(BCC)
Delimiter
SOH
Reserved
Destination
Address
01
30
41
30
45
30
41
02
30
30
31
30
30
30
36
34
03
77
0D
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
Message length
STX
OP code
page
OP code
Set Value
Check code (BCC) D17 = D1 xor D2 xor D3 xor … xor D14 xor D15 xor D16
= 30h xor 41h xor 30h xor 45h xor 30h xor 41h
xor 02h xor 30h xor 30h xor 31h xor 30h xor 30h
xor 30h xor 36h xor 34h xor 03h
= 77h
4.6 Delimiter
Header
Message
Check code
Packet delimiter code; ASCII CR(0Dh).
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Delimiter
5. Message type
5.1 Get current Parameter from a monitor.
STX
1
st
OP code page
Hi
Lo
2nd-3rd
OP code
Hi
Lo
4th–5th
ETX
6th
Send this message when you want to get the status of a monitor.
For the status that you want to get, specify the “OP code page” the “OP code”, refer to “Appendix
A. Operation code table”.
1stbyte) STX: Start of Message
ASCII STX (02h)
nd
2 -3rdbytes) OP code page: Operation code page.
Specify the “OP code page” for the control which you want to get the status.
Refer to “Appendix A Operation code table” for each item.
OP code page data must be encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) The byte data 02h must be encoded to ASCII characters '0' and '2' (30h and 32h).
OP code page 02h ->
OP code page (Hi) = ASCII '0' (30h)
OP code page (Lo) = ASCII '2' (32h)
Refer to Operation code table. (Appendix A)
4th–5thbytes) OP code: Operation code
Refer to “Appendix A Operation code table” for each item.
OP code data must be encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) The byte data 3Ah must be encoded to ASCII characters '3' and 'A' (33h and 41h).
OP code 3Ah ->
OP code (Hi) = ASCII '3' (33h)
OP code (Lo) = ASCII 'A' (41h)
Refer to Operation code table.
6thbyte) ETX: End of Message
ASCII ETX (03h)
5.2 "Get parameter" reply
STX
1
st
Hi
Result
Lo
2nd-3rd
OP code page
Hi
Lo
4th–5th
OP code
Hi
Lo
6th –7th
Type
Hi
Lo
8th -9th
Max value
MSB
LSB
10
th
-13
th
Current Value
MSB
LSB
14th -17th
LDT462V replies with a current value and the status of the requested item (operation code).
1stbyte) STX: Start of Message
ASCII STX (02h)
2nd-3rdbytes) Result code.
These bytes indicate a result of the requested commands as follows,
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ETX
18th
00h: No Error.
01h: Unsupported operation with this monitor or unsupported operation under current condition.
This result code from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) The byte data 01h is encoded to ASCII character '0' and '1' (30h and 31h).
th
4 –5thbytes) OP code page: Operation code page.
These bytes indicate a replying item's OP code page.
This returned value from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) The byte data 02h is encoded to ASCII character '0' and '2' (30h and 32h).
Refer to the operation codes table.
6
th
–7thbytes) OP code: Operation code
These bytes indicate a replying item's OP code.
This returned value from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Refer to the operation code table.
Ex.) The byte data 1Ah is encoded to ASCII character '1' and 'A' (31h and 41h).
8
th
-9thbytes) Type: Operation type code
This returned value from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) The byte data 01h is encoded to ASCII character '0' and '1' (30h and 31h).
00h: Set parameter
01h: Momentary
Like the Auto Setup function which automatically changes the parameter.
10th-13thbytes) Max. value: Maximum value which monitor can accept. (16bits)
This returned value from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) '0','1','2' and '3' means 0123h (291)
14
th
-17thbytes) Current Value: (16bits)
This returned value from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) '0','1','2' and '3' means 0123h (291)
18thbyte) ETX: End of Message
ASCII ETX (03h)
5.3 Set parameter
STX
1
st
OP code page
Hi
Lo
2nd-3rd
OP code
Hi
Lo
4th-5th
MSB
Set Value
LSB
6th-9th
ETX
10th
Send this message to change monitor’s adjustment and so on.
The controller requests a monitor to change value.
1stbyte) STX: Start of Message
ASCII STX (02h)
nd
2 -3rdbytes) OP code page: Operation code page
This OP code page data must be encoded to ASCII characters.
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Ex) The byte data 02h must be encoded to ASCII '0' and '2' (30h and 32h).
Refer to the Operation code table.
th
4 -5thbytes) OP code: Operation code
This OP code data must be encoded to ASCII characters.
OP code 1Ah ->
OP code (Hi) = ASCII '1' (31h)
OP code (Lo) = ASCII 'A' (41h)
Refer to the Operation code table.
th
6 -9thbytes) Set value: (16bit)
This data must be encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) 0123h -> 1st(MSB) = ASCII '0' (30h)
2nd = ASCII '1' (31h)
3rd = ASCII '2' (32h)
4th(LSB) = ASCII '3' (33h)
10thbyte) ETX: End of Message
ASCII ETX (03h)
5.4 "Set parameter" reply
STX
1st
Result
OP code page
OP code
Type
Max value
Hi
Lo
2nd-3rd
Hi
Lo
4th-5th
Hi
Lo
6th-7th
Hi
Lo
8th-9th
MSB
LSB
10th-13th
Requested setting
Value
MSB
LSB
14th -17th
ETX
18th
The Monitor echoes back the parameter and status of the requested operation code.
(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply should be sent back.)
1stbyte) STX: Start of Message
ASCII STX (02h)
2nd-3rdbytes) Result code
ASCII '0''0' (30h, 30h): No Error
ASCII '0''1' (30h, 31h): Unsupported operation with this monitor or unsupported operation under
current condition.
4th-5thbytes) OP code page: Echoes back the Operation code page for confirmation.
Reply data from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) OP code page 02h ->
OP code page = ASCII '0' and '2' (30h and 32h)
Refer to Operation code table.
th
6 -7thbytes) OP code: Echoes back the Operation code for confirmation.
Reply data from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) OP code 1Ah ->
OP code (Hi) = ASCII '1' (31h)
OP code (Lo) = ASCII 'A' (41h)
Refer to Operation code table
th
8 -9thbytes) Type: Operation type code
(15/45)
ASCII '0''0' (30h, 30h): Set parameter
ASCII '0''1' (30h, 31h): Momentary
Like Auto Setup function, that automatically changes the parameter.
10th-13thbytes) Max. value: Maximum value that monitor can accept. (16bits)
Reply data from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) '0''1''2''3' means 0123h (291)
14th -17thbytes) Requested setting Value: Echoes back the parameter for confirmation. (16bits)
Reply data from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters.
Ex.) '0''1''2''3' means 0123h (291)
th
18 byte) ETX: End of Message
ASCII ETX (03h)
5.5 Commands
"Command message format" depends on each command.
Some commands are shown with usage. Refer to
section 7 to 10.
5.5.1 Save Current Settings.
The controller requests for the monitor to store the adjusted value.
STX
Command code
'0'
'C'
ETX

Send "OC"(30h, 43h) as Save current settings command.

Complete "Save Current setting" command packet as follows;
(The destination “A” (monitor ID of 1) is only an example. It should be changed according
to the target monitor ID)
ASCII: 01h-30h-41h-30h-41h-30h-34h-02h-30h-43h-03h-CHK-0Dh
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'4'-STX-'0'-'C'-ETX-CHK- CR
The monitor replies the packet for confirmation as follows;
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-'0'-'6'-STX-'0'-'0'-'0'-'C'-ETX-CHK- CR
5.5.1a Save Current Settings Quick.
The controller requests for the monitor to store the adjusted value.
This command supports only following items, in order to shorten execute time in monitor inside.
CONTRAST, BRIGHT, Color Temperature, IR Control, Information OSD, H-Position, V-Position, Sharpness,
Black Level, Tint, Color, OSD Turn Off, Off Timer, OSD H-Position, OSD V-Position, Power On Delay,
Gamma Selection, Tiling, Monitor ID, Clock, Clock Phase, Zoom, H-Resolution, V-Resolution.
STX
Command code
'0'
'D'
ETX

Send "OD"(30h, 44h) as Save current settings quick command.

Complete "Save Current setting" command packet as follows;
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ASCII: 01h-30h-41h-30h-41h-30h-34h-02h-30h-44h-03h-CHK-0Dh
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'4'-STX-'0'-'D'-ETX-CHK- CR
The monitor replies the packet for confirmation as follows;
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-'0'-'6'-STX-'0'-'0'-'0'-'D'-ETX-CHK- CR
5.5.2 Get Timing Report and Timing reply.
The controller requests the monitor to report the displayed image timing.
STX
Command code
'0'
'7'

Send "07"(30h, 37h) as Get Timing Report command.

Complete "Get Timing Report" command packet as follows;
ETX
(The destination “A” (monitor ID of 1) is only an example. It should be changed according
to the target monitor ID)
ASCII: 01h-30h-41h-30h-41h-30h-34h-02h-30h-37h-03h-CHK-0Dh
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'4'-STX-'0'-'7'-ETX-CHK- CR
The monitor replies status as the following format;
STX
Command
'4'
'E'

SS
Hi
H Freq.
Lo
MSB
V Freq.
LSB
MSB
LSB
ETX
SS: Timing status byte
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
7 = 1: Sync Frequency is out of range.
6 = 1: Unstable count
5-2
Reserved (Don't care)
1
1:Positive Horizontal sync polarity.
0:Negative Horizontal sync polarity.
Bit 0
1:Positive Vertical sync polarity.
0:Negative Vertical sync polarity.

H Freq: Horizontal Frequency in unit 0.01kHz

V Freq: Vertical Frequency in unit 0.01Hz
Ex.) When H Freq is '1''2''A''9' (31h, 32h, 41h, 39h), it means 47.77kHz.
5.5.3 NULL Message
STX
Command code
'B'
'E'
ETX
The NULL message returned from the monitor is used in the following cases;

A timeout error has occurred. (The default timeout is 10msec for command internal gap.)

The monitor receives an unsupported message type.

The monitor detects a packet BCC (Block Check Code) error.

To tell the controller that the monitor does not have any answer to give to the host (not
ready or not expected)
(17/45)

Complete "NULL Message" command packet as follows;

(The destination “A” (monitor ID of 1) is only an example. It should be changed according
to the target monitor ID)
01h-30h-30h-41h-41h-30h-34h—02h-42h-45h-03h-CHK-0Dh
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'A'-'0'-'4'-STX-'B'-'E'-ETX-CHK- CR
6. Typical procedure example
The following is a sample of procedures to control the monitor, these are examples of "Get parameter",
"Set parameter" and "Save current settings".
6.1. How to change the “Brightness” setting.
Step 1. The controller requests the Monitor to reply with the current brightness setting and capability
to support this operation. (Get parameter)
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'C'-'0'-'6'
Message
STX-'0'-'0'-'1'-'0'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion. If it is
a broad cast command(only “set command” is available), then the ’*’(2Ah)should be applied.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'C' (43h): Message is "Get parameter command"
'0'-'6' (30h, 36h): Message length is 6 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Operation code page number is 0
'1'-'0' (31h, 30h): Operation code is 10h (in the OP code page 0)
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
Step 2. The monitor replies with current Brightness setting and capability to support this operation.
(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply should be sent back.)
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'D'-'1'-'2'
Message
STX-'0'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'1'-'0'-'0'-'0'
-'0'-'0'-'6'-'4'-'0'-'0'-'3'-'2'-ETX
Header
SOH (01h):
'0' (30h):
'0' (30h):
'A' (41h):
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Start Of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah))
'D' (44h): Message Type is "Get parameter reply"
'1'-'2' (31h, 32h): Message length is 18 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Result code. No error
(18/45)
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Operation code page number is 0
'1'-'0' (31h, 30h): Operation code is 10h (in the page 0)
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): This operation is "Set parameter" type
'0'-'0'-'6'-'4' (30h, 30h, 36h, 34h): Brightness max value is 100(0064h)
'0'-'0'-'3'-'2' (30h, 30h, 33h, 32h): Current Brightness setting is 50(0032h) as 50%
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
Step 3. The controller request the monitor to change the Brightness setting
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'E'-'0'-'A'
Message
STX-'0'-'0'-'1'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'5'-'0'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion. If it is
a broad cast command(only “set command” is available), then the ’*’(2Ah)should be applied.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'E' (45h): Message Type is "Set parameter command"
'0'-'A' (30h, 41h): Message length is 10 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Operation code page number is 0
'1'-'0' (31h, 30h): Operation code is 10h (in the page 0)
'0'-'0'-'5'-'0' (30h, 30h, 35h, 30h): Set Brightness setting 80(0050h) as 80%
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
Step 4. The monitor replies with a message for confirmation.
(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply should be sent back.)
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'- 'A' -'F'-'1'-'2'
Message
STX-'0'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'1'-'0'—'0'-'0'-'0'
-'0'-'6'-'4'-'0'-'0'-'5'-'0'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah))
'F' (46h): Message Type is "Set parameter reply"
'1'-'2' (31h, 32h): Message length is 18 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Result code. No error
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Operation code page number is 0
(19/45)
Delimiter
CR
'1'-'0' (31h, 30h): Operation code is
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): This operation is
'0'-'0'-'6'-'4' (30h, 30h, 36h, 34h):
'0'-'0'-'5'-'0' (30h, 30h, 35h, 30h):
ETX (03h): End of Message
10h (in the page 0)
"Set parameter" type
Brightness max value is 100(0064h)
Received a Brightness setting was 80(0050h) as 80%
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
1.
Repeat Step 1 and Step 2, if you need to check the Brightness setting. (Recommended)
Step 5. Request the monitor to store the Brightness setting. (Save Current Settings Command)
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'4'
Message
STX-'0-'C'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion. If it is
a broad cast command(only “set command” is available), then the ’*’(2Ah)should be applied.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'0'-'4' (30h, 34h): Message length is 4 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'C' (30h, 43h): Command code is 0Ch as "Save current settings"
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
6.2 How to read the measurement value of the built-in temperature sensors.
LDT462V has two built-in temperature sensors.
The controller can monitor inside temperatures by using those sensors through RS-232C.
The following shows the procedure for reading the temperatures from the sensors.
Step 1. Select a temperature sensor which you want to read.
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'E'-'0'-'A'
Message
STX-'0'-'2'-'7'-'8'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'1'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'E' (45h): Message Type is "Set parameter command"
'0'-'A' (30h, 41h): Message length is 10 bytes
Message
(20/45)
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'2' (30h, 32h): Operation code page number is 02h
'7'-'8' (37h, 38h): Operation code is 78h (on page 2)
'0'-'0'-'0'-'1' (30h, 30h, 30h, 31h): Select the temperature sensor #1 (01h).
00h: No meaning
01h: Sensor #1
02h: Sensor #2
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
Step 2. The monitor replies for confirmation.
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'F'-'1'-'2'
Message
STX-'0'-'0'-'0'-'2'-'7'-'8'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'0'
-'0'-'2'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'1'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah))
'F' (46h): Message Type is "Set parameter reply"
'1'-'2' (30h, 32h): Message length is 18 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Result code. No error
'0'-'2' (30h, 32h): Operation code page number is 0 02h
'7'-'8' (37h, 38h): Operation code is 78h (in the page 2)
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): This operation is "Set parameter" type
'0'-'0'-'0'-'2' (30h, 30h, 30h, 32h): Number of temperature sensors 2 (0002h).
'0'-'0'-'0'-'1' (30h, 30h, 30h, 31h): temperature sensor is #1.
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
Step 3 The controller requests the monitor to send the temperature from the selected sensor.
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'C'-'0'-'6'
Message
STX-'0'-'2'-'7'-'9'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'C' (43h): Message Type is "Get parameter "
(21/45)
'0'-'6' (30h, 36h): Message length is 6 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'2' (30h, 32h): Operation code page number is 02h.
'7'-'9' (37h, 39h): Operation code is 79h (in the page 2)
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
Step 4. The monitor replies a temperature of selected sensor.
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'D'-'1'-'2'
Message
STX-'0'-'0'-'0'-'2'-'7'-'9'-'0'-'0'
-'0'-'0'-'F'-'F'-'0'-'0'-'3'-'2'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Header
SOH (01h): Start of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah))
'D' (44h): Message Type is "Get parameter reply"
'1'-'2' (31h, 32h): Message length is 18 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Result code. No error
'0'-'2' (30h, 32h): Operation code page number is 2
'7'-'9' (37h, 39h): Operation code is 79h (in the page 2)
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): This operation is "Set parameter" type
'0'-'0'-'F'-'F' (30h, 30h, 46h, 46h): Maximum value.
'0'-'0'-'3'-'2' (30h, 30h, 33h, 32h): The temperature is 50 degrees Celsius.
Readout value is 2's complement.
Temperature [Celsius]
+125.0
+ 25.0
+ 1.0
0
- 1.0
- 25.0
- 55.0
Readout value
Binary
0000 0000 0111
0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000
0000 0000 0000
1111 1111 1111
1111 1111 1110
1111 1111 1100
1101
1001
0001
0000
1111
0111
1001
Hexadecimal
007Dh
0019h
0001h
0000h
FFFFh
FFE7h
FFC9h
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
(22/45)
Delimiter
CR
7. Power control procedure
7.1 Power status read
1) The controller requests the monitor to reply a current power status.
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'6'
Message
STX-'0'-'1'-'D'-'6'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message Type is "Command"
'0'-'6' (30h, 36h): Message length is 6 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'1'-'D'-'6': Get power status command
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet.
2) The monitor returns with the current power status.
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-'1'-'2'
Message
STX-'0'-'2'-'0'-'0'-'D'-'6'-'0'-'0'-'0'
-'0'-'0'-'4'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'1'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah))
'B' (42h): Message Type is "Command reply"
'1'-'2' (31h, 32h): Message length is 18 bytes
Message
STX(02h):Start of Message
'0'-'2' (30h, 32h): Reserved data
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Result code
00: No Error
01: Unsupported
'D'-'6'(44h, 36h): Display power mode code
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Parameter type code is "Set parameter"
'0'-'0'-'0'-'4' (30h, 30h, 30h, 34h): Power mode is 4 types
'0'-'0'-'0'-'1' (30h, 30h, 30h, 31h): Current power mode
<Status>
0001: ON
0002: Stand-by (power save)
0003: Suspend (power save)
0004: Sleep/Standby (power save), OFF (same as IR power off)
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
(23/45)
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
7.2 Power control
1) The controller requests the monitor to control monitor power.
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'C'
Message
STX-'C'-'2'-'0'-'3'-'D'-'6''0'-'0'-'0'-'1'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion. If it is
a broad cast command(only “set command” is available), then the ’*’(2Ah)should be applied.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'0'-'C (30h, 43h): Message length is 12 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'2’,'0'-'3'-'D'-'6' (43h, 32h, 30h, 33h, 44h, 36h): power control command
'0'-'0'-'0'-'1' (30h, 30h, 30h, 31h): Power mode
0001: ON
0002, 0003: Do not set.
0004: Sleep/Standby (power save),OFF (same as power off by IR)
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet.
2) The monitor replies a data for confirmation.(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply
should be sent back.).
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-'0'-'E'
Message
STX-'0'-'0'-'C'-'2'-'0'-'3'-'D'-'6''0'-'0'-'0'-'1'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply"
'N'-'N': Message length.
Note.) The maximum data length that can be written to the monitor at a time is 32bytes.
Ex.) The byte data 20h is encoded as ASCII characters '2' and '0' (32h and 30h).
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Result code. No error
'C'-'2’,'0'-'3'-'D'-'6' (43h, 32h, 30h, 33h, 44h, 36h): power control reply command
2. The monitor replies same as power control command to the controller.
'0'-'0'-'0'-'1' (30h, 30h, 30h, 31h): Power mode
0001: ON
0002, 0003: Do not set.
0004: OFF (same as the power off by IR)
ETX (03h): End of Message
(24/45)
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet.
[Note] This command provides power off function without OPS option, and may works OK with OPS option
also. However it does not handle the error in OPS PC shut down process. As for the power off operation
with OPS Option installed, please use the “FORCE POWER OFF WITH OPS” of Basic command in order to
safe operation.
8. Asset Data read and write
8.1 Asset Data Read Request and reply
This command is used in order to read Asset Data.
1) The controller requests the monitor to reply with Asset data.
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'
Message
STX-'C'-'0'-'0'-'B'-'0'-'0'-'2'-'0'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'0'-'A' (30h, 41h): Message length is 10 bytes
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'0'-'0'-'B' (43h, 30h, 30, 42h): Asset read request command
'0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Offset data from top of the Asset data.
At first set 00h: Read data from the top of Asset data area.
'2'-'0' (32h, 30h): Read out data length is 32bytes.
Maximum readout length is 32bytes at a time.
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
2) The monitor replies Asset data to the controller.
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-N-N
Message
STX-'C'-'1'-'0'-'B'Data(0)-Data(1)---Data(N)-ETX
Header
SOH (01h): Start of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller
(25/45)
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply"
N-N: Message length
Ex.) The byte data 20h is encoded to ASCII characters '2' and '0' (32h and 30h).
Note.) This length is includes STX and ETX.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'1'-'0'-'B' (43h, 31h, 30, 42h): Asset read reply command
Data(0) – Data(N): Retuned Asset data.
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
8.2 Asset Data write
This command is used in order to write Asset Data.
1) The controller requests the monitor to write Asset data.
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-N-N
Message
STX-'C'-'0'-'0'-'E'-'0'-'0'Data(0)-Data(1)---Data(N)-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion. If it is
a broad cast command(only “set command” is available), then the ’*’(2Ah)should be applied.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
N-N: Message length.
Note.) The maximum data length that can be written to the monitor at a time is 32bytes.
Ex.) The byte data 20h is encoded as ASCII characters '2' and '0' (32h and 30h).
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'0'-'0'-'E' (43h, 30h, 30, 45h): Asset Data writes command
'0'-'0': Offset address from top of Asset data.
00h : Write data from top of the Asset data area.
Data0 - DataN: Asset data. The data must be ASCII characters strings.
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
2) The monitor replies a data for confirmation.(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply
should be sent back.).
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-N-N
Message
STX-'0'-'0'-'C'-'0'-'0'-'E'-'0'-'0'Data(0)-Data(1)---Data(N)-ETX
Header
(26/45)
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
SOH
'0'
'0'
'A'
(01h):
(30h):
(30h):
(41h):
Start Of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply"
N-N: Message length.
Note.) The maximum data length that can be written to the monitor at a time is 32bytes.
Ex.) The byte data 20h is encoded as ASCII characters '2' and '0' (34h and 30h).
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'0'-'0': Result code. No error
'C'-'0'-'0'-'E' (43h, 30h, 30, 45h): Asset Data write command
'0'-'0': Offset address from top of Asset data.
00h : Write data into from top of the Asset data area.
Data(0) –- Data(N): Asset data. The data must be ASCII characters strings.
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
9. Date & Time read and write
9.1 Date & Time Read
This command is used in order to read the setting of Date & Time.
1) The controller requests the monitor to reply with the Date & Time.
Header
Message
Check code
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'6'
STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'1'-ETX
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h): length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'2'-'1'-'1' (43h, 32h, 31h, 31h): Date & time read request command
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
2) The monitor replies Date & Time to the controller.
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-'1'-'4'
Message
STX-'C'-'3'-'1'-'1'-YY-MM-DD-WW-HH-MM-DS-ETX
(27/45)
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h):
'0' (30h):
'0' (30h):
'A' (41h):
Start of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply"
'1'-'4'(31h, 34h): Message length
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'3'-'1'-'1' (43h, 33h, 31h, 31h): Date & Time read reply command
'YY'-'MM'-'DD'-'WW'-'HH'-'MN'-'DS': Date & Time data
YY: Year (offset 2000)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 2000
|
'6'-'3'(36h, 33h): 2099 (99 = 63h)
MM: Month
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h): January
|
'0'-'C'(30h, 43h): December
DD: Day
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h): 1
|
'1'-'E'(31h, 45h): 30(=1Eh)
'1'-'F'(31h, 46h): 31(=1Fh)
WW: weekdays
'0'-'0'(30h,
'0'-'1'(30h,
'0'-'2'(30h,
'0'-'3'(30h,
'0'-'4'(30h,
'0'-'5'(30h,
'0'-'6'(30h,
30h):
31h):
32h):
33h):
34h):
35h):
36h):
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
HH: Hours
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
'1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h)
MN: Minutes
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
'3'-'B' (33h, 42h): 59 (=3Bh)
DS: Daylight saving (Summer time)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): NO
'0'-'1'(30hm 31h): YES
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
9.2 Date & Time Write
This command is used in order to write the setting of the Date & Time.
1) The controller requests the monitor to write Date & Time.
Header
Message
(28/45)
Check code
Delimiter
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'1'-'4'
STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'2'-YY-MM-DD-WW-HH-MN-DS-ETX
BCC
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion. If it is
a broad cast command(only “set command” is available), then the ’*’(2Ah)should be applied.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'1'-'4'(31h, 34h): Message length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'2'-'1'-'2' (43h, 32h, 31h, 32h): Date & Time write command
'YY'-'MM'-'DD'-'WW'-'HH'-'MN'-'DS': Date & Time data
YY: Year (offset 2000)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 2000
|
'6'-'3'(36h, 33h): 2099 (99 = 63h)
MM: Month
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h): January
|
'0'-'C'(30h, 43h): December
DD: Day
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h): 1
|
'1'-'E'(31h, 45h): 30(=1Eh)
WW: weekdays
This parameter if no use, since the week is automatically calculated by Monitor
based on the date data.
HH: Hours
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
'1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h)
MN: Minutes
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
'3'-'B' (33h, 42h): 59 (=3Bh)
DS: Daylight saving (Summer time)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): NO
'0'-'1'(30h, 30h): YES
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
2) The monitor replies a data for confirmation.(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply
should be sent back.).
Header
Message
Check code
Delimiter
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-'1'-'6'
STX-'C'-'3'-'1'-'2'-ST-YY-MM-DD-WW-HH-MN-DS-ETX
BCC
CR
Header
(29/45)
SOH
'0'
'0'
'A'
(01h):
(30h):
(30h):
(41h):
Start Of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply"
'1'-'6'(31h, 36h): Message length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'3'-'1'-'2' (43h, 33h, 31h, 32h): Date & Time write reply command
ST: Date & Time Status command
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h):No error
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h):Error
'YY'-'MM'-'DD'-'WW'-'HH'-'MN'-'DS': Date & Time data
YY: Year (offset 2000)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 2000
|
'6'-'3'(36h, 33h): 2099 (99 = 63h)
MM: Month
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h): January
|
'0'-'C'(30h, 43h): December
DD: Day
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h): 1
|
'1'-'E'(31h, 45h): 30(=1Eh)
'1'-'F'(31h, 46h): 31(=1Fh)
WW: weekdays
This parameter if no use, since the week is automatically calculated by Monitor
based on the date data.
HH: Hours
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
'1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h)
MN: Minutes
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
'3'-'B' (33h, 42h): 59 (=3Bh)
DS: Daylight saving (Summer time)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): NO
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h): YES
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
(30/45)
10.Schedule read and write
10.1 Schedule Read
This command is used in order to read the setting of the Schedule.
1) The controller requests the monitor to read Schedule
Header
Message
Check code
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'8'
STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'3'-PG-ETX
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'0'-'8'(30h, 38h): Message length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'2'-'1'-'3' (43h, 32h, 31h, 33h): Schedule read request command
PG: Program No.
3. The data must be ASCII characters strings.
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
2) The monitor replies Schedule to the controller.
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-'1'-'6'
Header
SOH (01h):
'0' (30h):
'0' (30h):
'A' (41h):
Message
STX-'C'-'3'-'1'-'3'-PG-ON HOURS-ON MIN-OFF HOURS-OFF
Min-INPUT-WD-FL-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Start of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply"
'1'-'6'(31h, 36h): Message length
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'3'-'1'-'3' (43h, 33h, 31h, 33h): Schedule read reply command
PG-ON HOURS-ON MIN-OFF HOURS-OFF MIN-INPUT-WD-FL: Schedule data
PG: Program No.
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): Program No.1
|
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h): Program No.7
ON_HOUR: Turn on
'0'-'0'(30h,
|
'1'-'7'(31h,
'1'-'8'(31h,
time (hour)
30h): 00
37h): 23 (=17h)
38h): ON timer isn't set.
ON_MIN: Turn on time (minute)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
(31/45)
'3'-'B'(33h, 42h): 59
'3'-'C'(33h, 43h): On timer isn't set.
OFF_HOUR: Turn off time (hour)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 00
|
'1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h)
'1'-'8'(31h, 38h): Off timer isn't set.
OFF_MIN: Turn off time
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h):
|
'3'-'B'(33h, 42h):
'3'-'C'(33h, 43h):
INPUT: Timer input
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h):
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h):
'0'-'2'(30h, 32h):
'0'-'4'(30h, 34h):
'0'-'5'(30h, 35h):
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h):
'0'-'7'(30h, 37h):
'0'-'8'(30h, 38h):
(minute)
0
59 (=3Bh)
Off timer isn’t set.
RGB1(HDMI)
RGB2(DVI-D)
RGB3(D-SUB)
DVD/HD
VIDEO
VIDEO(S)
It is operates by last memory input
RGB5(OPTION(CAT5/Digital))
WD: Week setting
bit 0: Monday
bit 1: Tuesday
bit 2: Wednesday
bit 3: Thursday
bit 4: Friday
bit 5: Saturday
bit 6: Sunday
EX.
'0'-'1'(30h,
'0'-'4'(30h,
'0'-'F'(30h,
'7'-'F'(37h,
FL: Option
bit 0:
bit 1:
bit 2:
* When
31h):
34h):
46h):
46h):
Monday
Wednesday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Monday to Sunday
Everyday
Every week
Schedule Disable/Enable
bit0 and bit1 are '1', it behaves as Everyday.
EX.
FL setting
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h)
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h)
'0'-'2'(30h, 32h)
'0'-'3'(30h, 33h)
'0'-'4'(30h, 34h)
'0'-'5'(30h, 35h)
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h)
'0'-'7'(30h, 37h)
Schedule
Everyweek
Everyday
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Schedule behavior
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Once *Follow WD (Week setting)
Everyday
Every week *Follow WD (Week setting)
Everyday
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
(32/45)
10.2 Schedule Write
This command is used in order to write the setting of the Schedule.
1) The controller requests the monitor to write Schedule.
Header
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'1'-'6'
Message
STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'4'-PG-ON HOURS-ON MIN-OFF
HOURS-OFF Min-INPUT-WD-FL-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion. If it is
a broad cast command(only “set command” is available), then the ’*’(2Ah)should be applied.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'1'-'6'(31h, 36h): Message length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'2'-'1'-'4' (43h, 32h, 31h, 34h): Schedule writes command
PG-ON HOURS-ON MIN-OFF HOURS-OFF Min-INPUT-WD-FL: Schedule data
PG: Program No.
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): Program No.1
|
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h): Program No.7
ON_HOUR: Turn on
'0'-'0'(30h,
|
'1'-'7'(31h,
'1'-'8'(31h,
time (hour)
30h): 00
37h): 23 (=17h)
38h): ON timer isn't set.
ON_MIN: Turn on time (minute)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
'3'-'B'(33h, 42h): 59
'3'-'C'(33h, 43h): On timer isn’t set.
OFF_HOUR: Turn off time (hour)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 00
|
'1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h)
'1'-'8'(31h, 38h): Off timer isn't set.
OFF_MIN: Turn off time (minute)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h):0min
|
'3'-'B'(33h, 42h):59 (=3Bh)
'3'-'C'(33h, 43h): Off timer isn’t set.
INPUT: Timer input
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h):
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h):
'0'-'2'(30h, 32h):
'0'-'4'(30h, 34h):
'0'-'5'(30h, 35h):
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h):
'0'-'7'(30h, 37h):
'0'-'8'(30h, 38h):
RGB1(HDMI)
RGB2(DVI-D)
RGB3(D-SUB)
DVD/HD
VIDEO
VIDEO(S)
It is operates by last memory input
RGB5(OPTION)
WD: Week setting
bit 0: Monday
(33/45)
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
EX.
'0'-'1'(30h,
'0'-'4'(30h,
'0'-'F'(30h,
'7'-'F'(37h,
FL: Option
bit 0:
bit 1:
bit 2:
* When
31h):
34h):
46h):
46h):
Monday
Wednesday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Monday to Sunday
Everyday
Every week
Schedule Disable/Enable
bit0 and bit1 are '1', it behaves as Everyday.
EX.
FL setting
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h)
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h)
'0'-'2'(30h, 32h)
'0'-'3'(30h, 33h)
'0'-'4'(30h, 34h)
'0'-'5'(30h, 35h)
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h)
'0'-'7'(30h, 37h)
Schedule
Everyweek
Everyday
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Schedule behavior
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Once *Follow WD (Week setting)
Everyday
Everyweek *Follow WD (Week setting)
Everyday
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
2) The monitor replies a data for confirmation.(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply
should be sent back.).
Header
Message
Check code
Delimiter
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-'1'-'8'
STX-'C'-'3'-'1'-'4'-ST-PG-ON HOURS-ON
BCC
CR
MIN-OFF HOURS-OFF Min-NPUT-WD-FL-ETX
Header
SOH (01h):
'0' (30h):
'0' (30h):
'A' (41h):
Start Of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply"
'1'-'8'(31h, 38h): Message length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'3'-'1'-'4' (43h, 33h, 31h, 34h): Schedule writes reply command
ST: Schedule Status command
0(30h):No error
1(31h):Error
PG-ON HOURS-ON MIN-OFF HOURS-OFF Min-NPUT-WD-FL: Schedule data
PG: Program No.
(34/45)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): Program No.1
|
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h): Program No.7
ON_HOUR: Turn on
'0'-'0'(30h,
|
'1'-'7'(31h,
'1'-'8'(31h,
time (hour)
30h): 00
37h): 23 (=17h)
38h): ON timer isn't set.
ON_MIN: Turn on time (minute)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0
|
'3'-'B'(33h, 42h): 59
'3'-'C'(33h, 43h): On timer isn’t set.
OFF_HOUR: Turn off time (hour)
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 00
|
'1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h)
'1'-'8'(31h, 38h): Off timer isn't set.
OFF_MIN: Turn off time
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h):
|
'3'-'B'(33h, 42h):
'3'-'C'(33h, 43h):
INPUT: Timer input
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h):
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h):
'0'-'2'(30h, 32h):
'0'-'4'(30h, 34h):
'0'-'5'(30h, 35h):
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h):
'0'-'7'(30h, 37h):
'0'-'8'(30h, 38h):
(minute)
0
59 (=3Bh)
Off timer isn’t set.
RGB1(HDMI)
RGB2(DVI-D)
RGB3(D-SUB)
DVD/HD
VIDEO
VIDEO(S)
It is operates by last memory input
RGB5(OPTION)
WD: Week setting
bit 0: Monday
bit 1: Tuesday
bit 2: Wednesday
bit 3: Thursday
bit 4: Friday
bit 5: Saturday
bit 6: Sunday
EX.
'0'-'1'(30h,
'0'-'4'(30h,
'0'-'F'(30h,
'7'-'F'(37h,
31h):
34h):
46h):
46h):
Monday
Wednesday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Monday to Sunday
(35/45)
FL: Option
bit 0:
bit 1:
bit 2:
* When
Everyday
Every week
Schedule Disable/Enable
bit0 and bit1 are '1', it behaves as Everyday.
EX.
FL setting
'0'-'0'(30h, 30h)
'0'-'1'(30h, 31h)
'0'-'2'(30h, 32h)
'0'-'3'(30h, 33h)
'0'-'4'(30h, 34h)
'0'-'5'(30h, 35h)
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h)
'0'-'7'(30h, 37h)
Schedule
Everyweek
Everyday
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Schedule behavior
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Schedule Disable
Once *Follow WD (Week setting)
Everyday
Everyweek *Follow WD (Week setting)
Everyday
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
11. Self diagnosis
11.1 Self-diagnosis status read
This command is used in order to read the Self-diagnosis status.
1) The controller requests the monitor to read Self-diagnosis status.
Header
Message
Check code
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'4'
STX-'B'-'1'-ETX
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'0'-'4'(30h, 34h): Message length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'B'-'1' (42h, 31h): Self-diagnosis command
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
(36/45)
2) The monitor replies a result of the self-diagnosis.
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-N-N
Header
SOH (01h):
'0' (30h):
'0' (30h):
'A' (41h):
Message
STX-'A'-'1'ST(0)-ST(1) --------ST(n)-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Start Of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply "
N-N: Message length.
Note.) The maximum data length that can be written to the monitor at a time is 32bytes.
Ex.) The byte data 20h is encoded as ASCII characters '2' and '0' (34h and 30h).
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'A'-'1' (41h, 31h): Application Test Report reply command
ST: Result of self-tests
00:Normal
80h**h:Cooling fan-1 abnormality
81h**h:Cooling fan-2 abnormality
80h81h**h: Both fans abnormality
(1)
The byte data 70 is encoded as ASCII characters '7' and '0' (37h and 30h).
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
(37/45)
12. Serial No. & Model Name Read
12.1 Serial No. Read
This command is used in order to read a serial No.
1) The controller requests the monitor to read a serial No.
Header
Message
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'6'
STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'6'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor or ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h): Message length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'2'-'1'-'6' (43h, 32h, 31h, 36h): Serial No. command
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
2) The monitor replies a data for confirmation.(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply
should be sent back.).
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-N-N
Message
STX-'C'-'3'-'1'-'6'Data(0)-Data(1)---Data(n)-ETX
Check code
BCC
Header
SOH (01h):
'0' (30h):
'0' (30h):
'A' (41h):
Delimiter
CR
Start Of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply "
N-N: Message length.
Note.) The maximum data length that can be written to the monitor at a time is 32bytes.
Ex.) The byte data 20h is encoded as ASCII characters '2' and '0' (32h and 30h).
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'3'-'1'-'6' (41h, 33h, 31h, 36h): Serial No. reply command
Data(0)-Data(1)----Data(n):Serial Number
(2)
The data must be ASCII characters strings.
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
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12.2 Model Name Read
This command is used in order to read the Model Name.
1) The controller requests the monitor to read Model Name.
Header
Message
SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'6'
STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'7'-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Header
SOH (01h): Start Of Header
'0' (30h): Reserved
'A' (41h): Monitor ID
If the command should be sent to certain monitor only, the either of character ‘A’(41h) to ‘Z’(5Ah)
which is corresponding to monitor ID from No1 to No.26 should be set to this portion.
'0' (30h): Message sender is the controller
'A' (41h): Message type is "Command"
'0'-'6'(30h, 36h): Message length.
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'2'-'1'-'7' (43h, 32h,31h,37h): Model Name command
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
2) The monitor replies a data for confirmation.(If command is sent as “Broadcast” then no reply
should be sent back.)
Header
SOH-'0'-'0'-'A'-'B'-N-N
Header
SOH (01h):
'0' (30h):
'0' (30h):
'A' (41h):
Message
STX-'C'-'3'-'1'-'7'-Data(0) -Data(1)—---Data(n)-ETX
Check code
BCC
Delimiter
CR
Start Of Header
Reserved
Message receiver is the controller
Monitor ID
This portion should depend on the monitor ID of Monitor.( ’A’(41h)-‘Z’(5Ah)).
'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply "
N-N: Message length.
Note.) The maximum data length that can be written to the monitor at a time is
32bytes.
Ex.) The byte data 20h is encoded as ASCII characters '2' and '0' (32h and 30h).
Message
STX (02h): Start of Message
'C'-'3'-'1'-'7' (41h, 33h, 31h, 37h): Model Name reply Command
Data(0) -Data(1)----Data(n):Model name
(3)
The data must be ASCII characters strings.
ETX (03h): End of Message
Check code
BCC: Block Check Code
Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation.
Delimiter
CR (0Dh): End of packet
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Appendix
A. Operation Code (OP code) Table
[Note: Do not send any code to monitor except for the codes in following table.
If you sent any “undefined” code to monitor, it may cause error of Monitor operation.]
Item
OP code
page
00h
OP code
Contrast
00h
12h
Sharpness
00h
8Ch
Tint
00h
90h
Color
02h
1Fh
Black Level
00h
92h
Noise Reduction
02h
20h
Color control
00h
Reserved
00h
Red: 16h
Green: 18h
Blue: 1Ah
14h
PICTURE
Brightness
SCREEN
Color
Temperature(2)
10h
00h
0ch
Picture reset
H Position
00h
00h
08h
20h
V Position
00h
30h
Clock
00h
0Eh
Clock phase
00h
3Eh
H Resolution
02h
50h
V Resolution
02h
51h
Zoom Mode
02h
CEh
Zoom H-Expansion
02h
6Ch
Zoom V- Expansion
02h
6Dh
Parameter
0: dark
|
MAX.: bright
0: low
|
MAX.: high
0: dull
|
MAX.:sharp
0:
|
MAX.:
0: pale
|
MAX.: deep
0: dark
|
MAX.: bright
0: Off
|
MAX.
0:
|
MAX.:
0:2600K
|
74:10000K
1: Reset
0: Left side
|
Max.: Right side
0: Down side
|
Max.: Up side
0:
|
Max.
0:
|
Max.
0:
|
Max.
0:
|
Max.:
1:REAL
2:custom
5:Dynamic
6:Normal
7:FULL
0:100%
|
100:300%
0:100%
|
100:300%
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Remarks
100K/step
Momentary
Depends on a display
timing
Depends on a display
timing
OP code
Zoom H-Position
OP code
page
02h
Zoom V-Position
02h
CDh
Screen reset
Balance
00h
00h
06h
93h
Treble
00h
8Fh
Bass
00h
91h
Audio reset
PIP Size
02h
02h
31h
71h
00h
1Eh
Power Save
00h
E1h
Language
00h
68h
Gamma
02h
DBh
Brightness
02h
DCh
Cooling
Fan
Motion
02h
7Dh
02h
DDh
Color System
02h
21h
Side Border Color
02h
DFh
Factory Reset
00h
04h
CCh
PIP
AUDIO
Item
Configuration 1
PIP Audio
PIP Reset
Auto Setup
Auto Adjust
Screen
Saver
Configuration Reset
Parameter
0: Left side
|
Max.: Right side
0: Down side
|
Max.: Up side
1: Reset
O: Left
|
50:(Center)
|
100: Right
O: Min.
|
50:(Center)
|
100: Max.
0: Min.
|
50:(Center)
|
100: Max.
1: Reset
1: Small
2: Middle
3: Large
N/A
N/A
1: Execute
N/A
0: OFF
1: ON
1:English
2:German
3:French
4:Spanish
5:Japanese
6:Italian
7:Swedish
8:Chinese
1:normal
2:screen saving
gamma
1:normal
2:decrease brightness
1:Auto
2:Forced ON
0: 0s(Off)
|
90: 900s
1: NTSC
2: PAL
3: SECAM
4: Auto
5: 4.43NTSC
6: PAL-60
0:Black
1: Middle
2: White
1: Reset
N/A
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Remarks
Momentary
Momentary
Momentary
Momentary
OSD Language
10s/step
Momentary
Configuration 2
Item
OP code
page
OP code
Parameter
OSD Turn Off
00h
FCh
Information OSD
02h
3Dh
Off Timer
02h
2Bh
H
Position
02h
38h
V
Position
02h
39h
0-4:Do not set.
5:5sec
|
120:120sec
0:disable information
OSD
3-10:
OSD timer [seconds]
0: OFF
1: 1 hour
|
24: 24 hours
0:
|
MAX.:
0:
|
MAX.:
Input Resolution
02h
DAh
Black Level
Expansion
02h
22h
Gamma Selection
02h
68h
Scan Mode
02h
E3h
Scan Conversion
02h
25h
Film Mode
02h
23h
Monitor ID
IR Control
02h
02h
3Eh
3Fh
H monitor
02h
D0h
V monitor
02h
D1h
Position
02h
D2h
Mode
02h
D3h
Advanced Option
OSD
Position
Tiling
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Remarks
1 hour/step
1: Auto
2: 1024x768
3: 1280x768
4: 1360x768
5: 1400x1050
6: 1680x1050
7: 1600x1200
8: 1920x1200
1: OFF
2: MIDDLE
3: HIGHT
Gamma
Table Selection
1: Native Gamma
4: Gamma=2.2
8: Gamma=2.4
7: S Gamma
5:
Option(Dicom
simulate)
6: Programmable
1: OVER SCAN
2: UNDERSCAN
1: OFF(INTERLACE)
2: Enable
(IP ON/PROGRESSIVE)
1: OFF
2: AUTO
1-26:ID
1: Lock (Off) 3:Primary
2: Normal 4:Secondary
1
│
5
1
│
5
1: Upper left
│
MAX.: Lower right
1: Disable (OFF)
2: Enable (ON)
Number
of H-division
Number
of V-division
Item
OP code
page
02h
OP code
Parameter
D5h
02h
D8h
Advanced Option Reset
Input
02h
00h
E4h
60h
Picture Mode
02h
1Ah
1: Disable (OFF)
2: Enable (ON)
0: OFF (0sec)
2,4,6,8,10,20,30,40,
50:50sec
1:RESET
1: RGB3 (D-SUB)
3: RGB1 (HDMI)
4: RGB2 (DVI-D)
12: DVD/HD
5: VIDEO (Composite)
7: S-VIDEO
8:OPTION
1: sRGB
3: Hi-Bright
4: Standard
5: Cinema
PIP ON/OFF
Still ON/OFF
02h
72h
PIP Input
02h
73h
Still Capture
02h
76h
Audio Input
02h
2Eh
Mute
00h
8Dh
Volume UP/Down
00h
62h
PIP H Position
02h
74h
PIP V Position
02h
75h
Select
sensor
02h
78h
02h
79h
CONTROL LOCK
Temperature
sensor
Frame
comp.
Power On Delay
Temperature
Readout a temperature
CONTROL LOCK of Front
button and IR control
(ON/OFF)
00h
E3h
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1: OFF
2: PIP
4: Still
0: No mean
1: RGB-3(D-SUB)
3: RGB-1(HDMI)
4: RGB-2 (DVI-D)
12:DVD/HD
5: VIDEO (Composite)
7: S-VIDEO
8:OPTION
0: Off
1: Capture
1: Audio 1(PC)
2: Audio 2
3: Audio 3
4: HDMI
Remarks
Momentary
SRGB:
PC mode only
Cinema:
A/V mode only
This operation has
limitation
of
selection. Please
refer to the monitor
instruction
manual.
Momentary
0,2: UNMUTE
1: MUTE
0: whisper
|
100: loud
0: left side
|
MAX.: right side
0: UP side
|
Max.: Down side
1: Sensor #1
2: Sensor #2
Returned value is 2's
complement.
Refer to section 6.2
0:UN LOCK(Off)
1:LOCK(ON)
Read only
This
LOCK
is
unlocked in the same
manner
as
LOCK
status
of
IR
CONTROL.
B. Application Note for LAN based communication
The RS-232C command code is been able to execute on LAN.
When you make your application program, you use socket port as a TCP/IP client.
Please refer general technical documents (commercially available) of network control.
Preparation of system setup
(1) Connect with the PC, the displays and LAN HUB with LAN cable. (See page 2.)
(2) The Main Power Switch (AC) of the display is ON. So the modes of the display are Powr
On, Power Off or Sleep/Standby.
(3) The PC is on.
(4) Set the OSD menu “LAN SETTING".
DHCP CLIENT
Select whether to use DHCP client or not.
Select OFF when not using it, and select ON when using it.
IP ADDRESS
Set the IP address of the monitor.
Default address is 192.168.0.10. (It depends on model.)
SUBNET MASK
Set the gateway mask.
Set it to 255.255.255.0 for normal use.
DEFAULT GATEWAY
Set the IP address of the gateway router to externally connect the local area
including the monitor.
Default address is 192.168.0.1. (It depends on each model.)
(5) Read the OSD menu “LAN SETTING" for control program.
PORT
Read the port number.
Default number is 63007. (It depends on model.)
Communication protocol order
(1) Open socket port ‘63007’ of the display IP address on the PC as a TCP/IP client.
(On Windows PC, the port is “Winsock”. On Linux PC, the port is “socket”.)
(2) Send RS-232C command code on TCP/IP protocol from the PC.
(Sending ‘Read command’ at first is recommended for confirming communication
condition and display condition.)
(3) Receive RS-232C command code on TCP/IP protocol from the display.
Note: This LAN command protocol has no NETWORK CERTIFICATION feature. When you don’t use
in private network, you may change the IP address sometimes for low level security.
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