MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST
User Commands
© CANON INC.2013
YT1-1452-001
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
Table of Contents
Table of Contents ........................................................................................................ ii
1. Overview ................................................................................................................. 1
2. Communication Specifications................................................................................. 2
Communication Specifications .............................................................................................................. 2
Usable Character Codes ........................................................................................................................ 3
Communication System (Serial) ........................................................................................................... 4
Communication System (LAN) ............................................................................................................. 4
Command Format.................................................................................................................................. 4
Response Format ................................................................................................................................... 5
Other ...................................................................................................................................................... 7
3. Communication Flow ............................................................................................... 8
Command Transmission (PC side) ........................................................................................................ 8
Command Reception (projector side) .................................................................................................... 8
Command / Response............................................................................................................................. 8
Response Reception Timeout ................................................................................................................ 8
Other ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
4. Command List ......................................................................................................... 9
5. Guide to command description .............................................................................. 11
EXAMPLE............................................................................................................................................ 11
6. Command Details .................................................................................................. 13
6AXADJ ............................................................................................................................................... 13
6AXR .................................................................................................................................................... 14
6AXG .................................................................................................................................................... 15
6AXB .................................................................................................................................................... 16
6AXC .................................................................................................................................................... 17
6AXM ................................................................................................................................................... 18
6AXY .................................................................................................................................................... 19
AMBADJ .............................................................................................................................................. 20
AMBLEVEL ......................................................................................................................................... 20
AMBTYPE............................................................................................................................................ 21
ASELA1................................................................................................................................................ 21
ASELA2................................................................................................................................................ 22
ASELC.................................................................................................................................................. 22
ASELD ................................................................................................................................................. 23
ASELH ................................................................................................................................................. 23
ASPECT ............................................................................................................................................... 24
AUTOPC .............................................................................................................................................. 24
AUTOSETEXE .................................................................................................................................... 25
AVOL .................................................................................................................................................... 25
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BLANK ................................................................................................................................................. 26
BRI ....................................................................................................................................................... 26
COLOR_TEMP .................................................................................................................................... 27
COMVER ............................................................................................................................................. 27
CONT ................................................................................................................................................... 28
DGAMMA ............................................................................................................................................ 28
DZOOM_POS ....................................................................................................................................... 29
DZOOM_RAT ....................................................................................................................................... 30
ERR ...................................................................................................................................................... 31
FINE_GAMMA_R ................................................................................................................................ 32
FINE_GAMMA_G................................................................................................................................ 33
FINE_GAMMA_B ................................................................................................................................ 34
FLTWRN .............................................................................................................................................. 35
FREEZE ............................................................................................................................................... 35
GAMMA ............................................................................................................................................... 36
HDMI_IN ............................................................................................................................................. 36
HDMI_OVSCAN .................................................................................................................................. 37
HUE ..................................................................................................................................................... 37
IMAGE ................................................................................................................................................. 38
IMAGEFLIP......................................................................................................................................... 39
INPUT .................................................................................................................................................. 39
KREP.................................................................................................................................................... 40
LAMP ................................................................................................................................................... 40
LAMPCOUNTER ................................................................................................................................ 41
LMPWRN ............................................................................................................................................. 41
MAIN.................................................................................................................................................... 42
MEMF .................................................................................................................................................. 43
MEMG .................................................................................................................................................. 43
MEMS .................................................................................................................................................. 44
MUTE ................................................................................................................................................... 44
NR ........................................................................................................................................................ 45
POWER ................................................................................................................................................ 46
PRODCODE ......................................................................................................................................... 47
RC ......................................................................................................................................................... 48
RGBGAIN ............................................................................................................................................ 50
RGBOFFSET ....................................................................................................................................... 50
ROMVER ............................................................................................................................................. 51
SAT ....................................................................................................................................................... 51
SAVEIMGPROF................................................................................................................................... 52
SCRNASPECT ..................................................................................................................................... 53
SHARP ................................................................................................................................................. 53
SIGNAL_INFO .................................................................................................................................... 54
SIGNALSTATUS ................................................................................................................................. 54
TEMP ................................................................................................................................................... 55
TPTN .................................................................................................................................................... 56
7. Error List ................................................................................................................ 57
8. Error Processing .................................................................................................... 58
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1. Overview
These specifications describe the methods of controlling Projector WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST /
WX450ST from PC or other controllers over an RS232C connection or LAN.
Symbol
The following symbols are used in these specifications:
Symbol
Description
[]
Data in [ ] can be omitted.
|
Same as OR.
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2. Communication Specifications
Communication Specifications
The projector can be controlled via RS-232C or LAN connection.
PC - Projector connection configuration
LAN PORT
LAN PORT
Network
Connection
ネットワーク接続
PC
プロジェクター
PROJECTOR
COM PORT
SERVICE
PORT
RS-232C
RS-232C
crossover cable
クロスケーブル
PC
RS-232C connection
Item
LAN connection
Specifications
Item
Specifications
Connection
system
PC and projector connected on
a "1:1" basis
Connection
system
TCP / IP Connection
Connection
signal line
3-line connection of SD,
RD, and SG
Connection
signal line
Straight when connecting via
network
Connection
cable
9-pin RS-232C Cable (Cross)
Connection
cable
LAN Cable
LAN
1000BASE-T
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
Send Data
送信データ
SD
SD
Send
Data
送信データ
Receive
Data
受信データ
RD
RD
Receive
Data
受信データ
Signal
Ground
信号用設置
SG
SG
Signal
Ground
信号用設置
* Signal lines other than the three SD, RD, and SG lines are not used in the projector.
* Loop back its own signals on the PC side as necessary.
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Usable Character Codes
Use ASCII codes in the red and blue areas of below table.
No distinction is made between double-byte characters and single-byte characters. Do not use
double-byte or triple-byte characters. They will all be recognized as single-byte characters.
Uppercase and lowercase alphabet letters are recognized as the same character.
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
SP
0
@
P
`
p
1
!
1
A
Q
a
q
2
"
2
B
R
b
r
3
#
3
C
S
c
s
4
$
4
D
T
d
t
5
%
5
E
U
e
u
6
&
6
F
V
f
v
7
'
7
G
W
g
w
8
(
8
H
X
h
x
9
)
9
I
Y
i
y
*
:
J
Z
j
z
B
+
;
K
[
k
{
C
,
<
L
¥
l
|
-
=
M
]
m
}
E
.
>
N
^
n
~
F
/
?
O
_
o
0
A
D
1
NUL
LF
CR
8
9
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
Specifications
Delimiters
CR(0Dh)
7Bh ~ 7Eh
Characters usable as delimiters.
General Characters
20h to 60Eh 7Bh to 7Eh
Characters usable in commands.
Invalid Characters
Do not use the codes in regions other than the red and blue areas.
If used, it will be processed in the same way as space (20h).
Unrecommeded
characters
Do not use as general rule.
Both upper case and lower case letters can be used in commands, but upper
case should be used in most cases.
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Communication System (Serial)
Item
Specifications
Communication system
RS-232-C Start-stop synchronization Semi-duplex communication
Transmission speed
19.2 Kbps
Character length
8 bits / character
Stop bit
2 bits
Parity
None
Command format
Variable-length records with terminals as delimiters
Maximum transmission
length
Maximum of 256 characters (bytes) including delimiters.
CR (0Dh) can be used as delimiter.
Delimiters
Delimiter in the response is CR.
ASCII codes (20h to 7Eh)
Command code
Anything other than the above code and delimiter codes are processed in the
same way as space (20h).
Communication
procedure
No procedure
Flow control
None
Error control
None
Break signal
Not supported
Timeout
Tc
Between characters:
1s
Tr
Between command / response
interval:
15s
* For timeout, see "Communication flow" on page 8.
Communication System (LAN)
Item
Specifications
Communication system
Uses the TCP / IP protocol. Port: 33336
Command Format
Format
Commands are sent from PC to the projector in the following format:
<command text><delimiter>
or
<command text>=(value>(delimiter>
<command text>
Character strings consisting of 1 or more alphanumeric letters
<value>
Character strings consisting of 1 or more alphanumeric letters
<delimiter>
CR(0Dh)
For <command strings> and <value>, see explanation about each command.
Example) When checking the power status (POWER)
PC to PJ
G
E
T
=
P
O
W
E
R
CR
47h
45h
54h
3Dh
50h
4Fh
57h
45h
52h
0Dh
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Response Format
Responses are sent from the projector to PC in the following format:
<Response character string> <Delimiter>
There are multiple response types, each having different <response string> format.
<Response character
string>
Strings consisting of 1 or more alphanumeric letters
First 2 digits are always 1 lowercase alphabet letter and a ":" (colon)
The first character indicates the response type.
Response
type
i
g
Normal response
Reference command
response
Error response
e
<Delimiter>
Meaning
Example
i:OK
g:BRI=0
e:0002 INVALID_COMMAND
CR(0Dh)
Format varies according to the type, as follows:
Normal response
A response when command is processed normally.
The projector receives the next command only after receiving this response.
Format)
i:OK<delimiter>
Example)
PC to PJ
P
O
W
E
R
=
O
N
CR
50h
4Fh
57h
45h
52h
3Dh
4Fh
4Eh
0Dh
PJ to PC
i
:
O
K
CR
69h
3Ah
4Fh
4Bh
0Dh
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Reference command response
A response when reference is made properly for a reference command.
Format)
g:<command string>=<value><delimiter>
<command string>
Character strings consisting of 1 or more alphanumeric letters
<value>
Character strings consisting of 1 or more alphanumeric letters
Example)
PC to PJ
G
E
T
=
P
O
W
E
R
CR
47h
45h
54h
3Dh
50h
4Fh
57h
45h
52h
0Dh
PJ to PC
g
:
P
O
W
E
R
=
O
N
CR
67h
3Ah
50H
4Fh
57h
45h
52h
3Dh
4Fh
4Eh
0Dh
Error response
A response when an error occurred.
Format)
e:<error ID><space><error info string>
<error ID>
4 alphanumeric letters
<space>
Space character (20h)
<error info
Character strings consisting of 1 or more
string>
alphanumeric letters
* Refer to “Error List”
Example)
PC to PJ
A
U
T
O
P
C
CR
41h
55h
54h
4Fh
50h
43h
0Dh
PJ to PC
e
:
2
0
1
F
65h
3Ah
32h
30h
31h
46h
20h
S
I
G
N
A
L
CR
53h
49h
47h
4Eh
41h
4Ch
0Dh
I
N
V
A
L
I
D
_
49h
4Eh
56h
41h
4Ch
49h
44h
5Fh
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Normal response (BUSY)
This response is sent when a command cannot be received during processing.
Format)
i:BUSY<delimiter>
Example)
PC to PJ
A
U
T
O
P
C
CR
41h
55h
54h
4Fh
50h
43h
0Dh
PJ to PC
i
:
B
U
S
Y
CR
69h
3Ah
42h
55h
53h
59h
0Dh
Other
Command recognition
The receiver (projector) retains incoming characters within a specific Tc, and recognizes the data as
"received command" when delimiter is received.
If the character interval received exceeds the Tc or if a delimiter is not received within 256 characters,
all data already received is lost, and the mode is reset to standby to receive commands again.
Parameter value
Definition of <Parameter value> is as follows:
<Parameter value>
<value 1>, <value 2>…,<value n>
<value n>
<Numerical value> | <ID> | “<Character string>”
<numerical value>
[<sign>]<decimal numeric string >
The decimal string consists of minimum 1 letter and maximum 5
letters.
Valid value range is -32768 to 32767.
<ID>
1 or more ASCII characters (20h to 60h, 7Bh to 7Eh)
<character string>
0 or more ASCII characters (20h to 60h, 7Bh to 7Eh)
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3. Communication Flow
Command Transmission (PC side)
Commands should be sent from PC in a way that each character is sent within the specified Tc
(inter-character timeout)
Command Reception (projector side)
The receiver (projector) retains incoming characters within a specific Tc, and recognizes the data as
"received command" when delimiter is received.
If the character interval received exceeds the Tc or if a delimiter is not received within 256 characters,
all data already received is lost, and the mode is reset to standby to receive commands again.
Command / Response
One response is always returned for each command sent from the PC.
PC
Projector
Commands
WithinTr
Response
* The timeout interval between command and response (Tr) is 15 seconds.
Response Reception Timeout
If a response is not received within the Tr (timeout interval between command and response) while
standing by a waiting response after sending a command from the PC, it is deemed to have exceeded
the “response reception timeout.” Please resend the command.
Other
The projector can be communicated as long as it is supplied with AC power, even in standby mode.
The PC side cannot send the next user command before a response for the first command is returned.
If 2 or more user commands are received in a single port, user commands from 2nd one are discarded.
If 2 or more user commands are received in a single port, only 1st command is processed, and a
response is returned when finished.
PC
WithinTr
Projector
Command 1
Process executed
Command 2
Discarded
Command 3
Discarded
Response to Command 1
Note: Timeout (Tr) between a command and a response is 15 seconds.
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4. Command List
Item
Commands
Setting Reference
Description
Power mode restriction
SL1
SL3
ST
ON
1
6AXADJ
Yes
Yes
6-axis adjustment ON/OFF
-
-
-
Yes
2
6AXR
Yes
Yes
6-axix correction R Hue / Saturation /
Brightness
-
-
-
Yes
3
6AXG
Yes
Yes
6-axix correction G Hue / Saturation /
Brightness
-
-
-
Yes
4
6AXB
Yes
Yes
6-axix correction B Hue / Saturation /
Brightness
-
-
-
Yes
5
6AXC
Yes
Yes
6-axix correction C Hue / Saturation /
Brightness
-
-
-
Yes
6
6AXM
Yes
Yes
6-axix correction M Hue / Saturation /
Brightness
-
-
-
Yes
7
6AXY
Yes
Yes
6-axix correction Y Hue / Saturation /
Brightness
-
-
-
Yes
8
AMBADJ
Yes
Yes
Ambient light correction adjustment ON/OFF
-
-
-
Yes
9
AMBLEVEL
Yes
Yes
Ambient light level settings
Yes
Yes
Ambient light type settings
11 ASELA1
Yes
Yes
Analog PC-1 audio terminal selection
12 ASELA2
Yes
Yes
Analog PC-2 audio terminal selection
13 ASELC
Yes
Yes
Component audio terminal selection
14 ASELD
Yes
Yes
Digital PC audio terminal selection
15 ASELH
Yes
Yes
HDMI audio terminal selection
16 ASPECT
Yes
Yes
Screen settings
17 AUTOPC
Yes
18 AUTOSETEXE
Yes
-
19 AVOL
Yes
Yes
Audio volume adjustment
20 BLANK
Yes
Yes
BLANK function
21 BRI
Yes
Yes
Brightness setting
22 COLOR_TEMP
Yes
Yes
Color temperature setting
-
-
Yes
10 AMBTYPE
-
-
Yes
User command version inquiry
24 CONT
Yes
Yes
Contrast setting
25 DGAMMA
Yes
Yes
Dynamic gamma
26 DZOOM_POS
Yes
Yes
DZOOM position setting
27 DZOOM_RAT
Yes
Yes
DZOOM ratio setting
-
Yes
Error information inquiry
29 FINE_GAMMA_B
Yes
Yes
Fine gamma (B) adjustment
30 FINE_GAMMA_G
Yes
Yes
Fine gamma (G) adjustment
31 FINE_GAMMA_R
Yes
Yes
Fine gamma (R) adjustment
32 FLTWRN
Yes
Yes
Filter warning indication at startup
33 FREEZE
Yes
Yes
Freeze status
34 GAMMA
Yes
Yes
Gamma adjustment
35 HDMI_IN
Yes
Yes
HDMI input setting
23 COMVER
28 ERR
Auto PC
Auto setup
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Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
Item
Commands
Setting Reference
Description
Power mode restriction
SL1
SL3
ST
ON
-
-
Yes
36 HDMI_OVSCAN
Yes
Yes
HDMI overscan setting
37 HUE
Yes
Yes
Hue setting
38 IMAGE
Yes
Yes
Image mode setting
39 IMAGEFLIP
Yes
Yes
Flip display
40 INPUT
Yes
Yes
Input selection
-
41 KREP
Yes
Yes
Key repeat
-
-
-
Yes
42 LAMP
Yes
Yes
Lamp output setting
-
-
-
Yes
-
Yes
Lamp ON time inquiry
44 LMPWRN
Yes
Yes
Lamp warning indication at startup
45 MAIN
Yes
-
Side control operation emulation
46 MEMF
Yes
Yes
Memory color adjustment (flesh)
47 MEMS
Yes
Yes
Memory color adjustment (sky)
48 MEMG
Yes
Yes
Memory color adjustment (green)
49 MUTE
Yes
Yes
Mute control
50 NR
Yes
Yes
Noise reduction
51 POWER
Yes
Yes
This controls the power supply
Yes Yes Yes Yes
-
Yes
Product information inquiry
Yes Yes Yes Yes
53 RC
Yes
-
Remote control operation emulate
Yes Yes Yes Yes
54 RGBGAIN
Yes
Yes
RGB gain adjustment
55 RGBOFFSET
Yes
Yes
RGB offset adjustment
-
Yes
ROM version inquiry
57 SAT
Yes
Yes
Color saturation setting
58 SAVEIMGPROF
Yes
Yes
Create user memory
59 SCRNASPECT
Yes
Yes
Screen aspect setting
60 SHARP
Yes
Yes
Sharpness setting
Yes
Input signal information inquiry
Yes
Signal status inquiry
63 TEMP
-
Yes
Temperature sensor value inquiry
64 TPTN
Yes
Yes
Test pattern
43 LAMPCOUNTER
52 PRODCODE
56 ROMVER
61 SIGNAL_INFO
62 SIGNALSTATUS
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes
-
-
-
Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes
-
-
-
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Note: About "Power mode restriction"
Commands are executable only when the projector is in the mode indicated by "○." Meaning of each mode is
as follows:
SL1: Standby mode when "Network standby setting" is set to "Eco" (for commands sent through LAN)
SL3: Standby mode when "Network standby setting" is set to "Normal" (for commands sent through LAN)
ST: Standby mode (for all commands sent via RS-232C, regardless of the network setting)
ON: Power on status
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5. Guide to command description
This section explains how commands are described.
The command descriptions have the format shown below.
EXAMPLE
Summary of the function
Format
Setting
Command
A command format when a command is sent to the projector to make a setting
for the function.
"-" is shown when there is no setting command.
Example) 6AXADJ=<6-axix adjustment parameter: ID>
Response
A response format for the setting command.
"-" is shown when there is no setting command.
Example) i:OK
Reference
Command
A command format when a command is sent to the projector to refer to the
current setting, status and others for the function.
"-" is shown when there is no reference command.
Example) GET=6AXADJ
Response
A response format for a reference command.
"-" is shown when there is no reference command.
Example) g:6AXADJ=<6-axis adjustment parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
When parameters exist for the command, a list of parameter is inserted in this position.
Example)
<6-axis adjustment parameter: ID>
Parameter
Meaning
ON
Valid
OFF
Invalid
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Environment
This defines the environments that support the command (power supply state, input signal state).
The command is executable when the projector is in the mode indicated by "○" in the table of
corresponding command description page.
Power mode restriction
LAN *1
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
*2
*3
*4
*5
*7
*1 Power mode restriction/LAN
*2 SL0
*3 SL1
*4 SL3
*5 ON
*6 Power / RS-232C
*7 ST
*8 Input
Input *8
RS-232C *6
ON
*5
D-RGB A-RGB
*8
*8
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
*8
*8
*8
*8
*8
Indicates whether the command coming through LAN is executable.
Standby mode, and the network function is turned off.
When the network function is turned off, the command is not executable if
coming from LAN, in which case, this should never be “O”.
"O" if enabled in a power ON state.
Standby mode, and the network standby setting is set to "Eco."
Normal projection status
Indicates whether the command coming through RS-232C is executable.
Standby mode (includes SL0, SL1 and SL3 altogether, regardless of the
network setting).
Indicates whether the command that is depending on input signal is
executable while the power is on.
Remarks
Remarks about the command is inserted when necessary.
Example
Specific example of the command is inserted when necessary.
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6. Command Details
6AXADJ
6-axix adjustment / OFF
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
6AXADJ=<6-axix adjustment parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=6AXADJ
Response
g:6AXADJ=<6-axix adjustment parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
<6-axis adjustment parameter:ID>
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turned off
ON
Adjusted
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
Use "6AXR - Y" command when this is set to "ON" and the corrected 6-axis values need to be
changed.
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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6AXR
6-axis adjustment (red), hue/saturation/brightness
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
6AXR=<R hue:Number>,<R saturation:Number>,
<R brightness:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=6AXR
Response
g:6AXR=<R hue:Number>,<R saturation:Number>,
<R brightness:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
<R hue:Number> is within -20 to 20
<R saturation:Number> is within -20 to 20
<R brightness:Number> is within -20 to 20
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
When 6-axix adjustment is turned on, these settings are shown over the displayed image.
However, the settings can be changed regardless of whether 6-axis adjustment is turned on or
not.
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
6AXG
6-axis adjustment (green), hue/saturation/brightness
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
6AXG=<G hue:Number>,<G saturation:Number>,
<G brightness:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=6AXG
Response
g:6AXG=<G hue:Number>,<G saturation:Number>,
<G brightness:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
<G hue:Number> is within -20 to 20
<G saturation:Number> is within -20 to 20
<G brightness:Number> is within -20 to 20
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
When 6-axix adjustment is turned on, these settings are shown over the displayed image.
However, the settings can be changed regardless of whether 6-axis adjustment is turned on or
not.
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
6AXB
6-axis adjustment (blue), hue/saturation/brightness
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
6AXB=<B hue:Number>,<B saturation:Number>,
<B brightness:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=6AXB
Response
g:6AXB=<B hue:Number>,<B saturation:Number>,
<B brightness:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
<B hue:Number> is within -20 to 20
<B saturation:Number> is within -20 to 20
<B brightness:Number> is within -20 to 20
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
When 6-axix adjustment is turned on, these settings are shown over the displayed image.
However, the settings can be changed regardless of whether 6-axis adjustment is turned on or
not.
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
6AXC
6-axis adjustment (cyan), hue/saturation/brightness
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
6AXC=<C hue:Number>,<C saturation:Number>,
<C brightness:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=6AXC
Response
g:6AXC=<C hue:Number>,<C saturation:Number>,
<C brightness:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
<C hue:Number> is within -20 to 20
<C saturation:Number> is within -20 to 20
<C brightness:Number> is within -20 to 20
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
When 6-axix adjustment is turned on, these settings are shown over the displayed image.
However, the settings can be changed regardless of whether 6-axis adjustment is turned on or
not.
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
6AXM
6-axis adjustment (magenta), hue/saturation/brightness
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
6AXM=<M hue:Number>,<M saturation:Number>,
<M brightness:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=6AXM
Response
g:6AXC=<M hue:Number>,<M saturation:Number>,
<M brightness:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
<M hue:Number> is within -20 to 20
<M saturation:Number> is within -20 to 20
<M brightness:Number> is within -20 to 20
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
When 6-axix adjustment is turned on, these settings are shown over the displayed image.
However, the settings can be changed regardless of whether 6-axis adjustment is turned on or
not.
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
6AXY
6-axis adjustment (yellow), hue/saturation/brightness
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
6AXY=<Y hue:Number>,<Y saturation:Number>,
<Y brightness:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=6AXY
Response
g:6AXY=<Y hue:Number>,<Y saturation:Number>,
<Y brightness:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
<Y hue:Number> is within -20 to 20
<Y saturation:Number> is within -20 to 20
<Y brightness:Number> is within -20 to 20
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
When 6-axix adjustment is turned on, these settings are shown over the displayed image.
However, the settings can be changed regardless of whether 6-axis adjustment is turned on or
not.
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
AMBADJ
Ambient light adjustment / OFF
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
AMBADJ=<Ambient light correction adjustment parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=AMBADJ
Response
g:AMBADJ=<Ambient light correction adjustment parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Ambient light correction adjustment parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turned off
ON
Adjusted
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
"Ambient light level" and "Ambient light type" settings take effect on the displayed image
when "Ambient light correction" is activated.
To adjust the "Ambient light level" or "Ambient light type", use "AMB_LEVEL" or
"AMB_TYPE" command, respectively.
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
AMBLEVEL
Ambient light level settings
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
AMBLEVEL=<Ambient light level settings parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=AMBLEVEL
Response
g:AMBLEVEL=<Ambient light level settings parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Ambient light level settings parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Weak
ON
Strong
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
AMBTYPE
Ambient light type setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
AMBTYPE=<Ambient light type settings parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=AMBTYPE
Response
g:AMBTYPE=<Ambient light type settings parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Ambient light type settings parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
TG
Tungsten lamp
FL
Fluorescent lamp
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
ASELA1
Analog PC-1 audio terminal selection
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
ASELA1=<Analog PC-1 audio terminal selection: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=ASELA1
Response
g:ASELA1=<Analog PC-1 audio terminal selection: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Analog PC-1 audio terminal selection: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
1
Audio In 1
2
Audio In 2
OFF
Turned off
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
ASELA2
Analog PC-2
Audio input terminal selection
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
ASELA2=<Analog PC-2 audio terminal selection parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=ASELA2
Response
g:ASELA2=<Analog PC-2 audio terminal selection parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Analog PC-2 audio terminal selection parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
1
Audio In 1
2
Audio In 2
OFF
Turned off
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
ASELC
Component
Audio input terminal selection
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
ASELC=<Component audio terminal selection parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=ASELC
Response
g:ASELC=<Component audio terminal selection parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Component audio terminal selection parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
1
Audio In 1
2
Audio In 2
OFF
Turned off
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
ASELD
Digital PC Audio input terminal selection
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
ASELD=<Digital PC audio terminal selection parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=ASELD
Response
g:ASELD=<Digital PC audio terminal selection parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Digital PC audio terminal selection parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
1
Audio In 1
2
Audio In 2
OFF
Turned off
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
ASELH
HDMI
Audio input terminal selection
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
ASELH=<HDMI audio terminal selection parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=ASELH
Response
g:ASELH=<HDMI audio terminal selection parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< HDMI audio terminal selection parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
H
HDMI audio
1
Audio In 1
2
Audio In 2
OFF
Turned off
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
ASPECT
Aspect ratio
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
ASPECT=<Screen setting parameters: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=ASPECT
Response
g:ASPECT=<Screen setting parameters: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Screen setting parameters:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
AUTO
Auto
4:3
4:3
16:9
16:9
16:10
16:10
ZOOM
Zoom
TRUE
Real
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
Aspect setting may be automatically changed by other setting when the input terminal is
changed or input signal is disturbed.
AUTOPC
Auto PC
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
AUTOPC
Response
i:OK
Command
-
Response
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
No
No
No
No
No
Remarks
(1) Execution of this command may modify the following setting values.
・Total number of dots
・Tracking
・Horizontal / vertical positions
・Number of horizontal / vertical display dots
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
AUTOSETEXE
Auto setup
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
AUTOSETEXE=<Auto set parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
-
Response
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Auto set parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
INPUT
Runs auto input
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
AVOL
Audio volume adjustment
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
AVOL=<Audio volume:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=AVOL
Response
g:AVOL=<Audio volume:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <Audio volume:Number> are 0 to 20.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
The volume level can be set even while the sound is muted.
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BLANK
BLANK setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
BLANK=<BLANK parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=BLANK
Response
g:BLANK=<BLANK parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< BLANK parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
ON
BLANK ON
OFF
BLANK OFF
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
Executing this command in a FREEZE status will cancel the FREEZE status and become
BLANK.
BRI
Brightness
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
BRI=<Brightness setting:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=BRI
Response
g:BRI=<Brightness setting:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <Brightness setting:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
X
X
X
O
X
O
D-RGB A-RGB
O
O
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
O
O
O
O
O
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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COLOR_TEMP
Color temperature
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
COLOR_TEMP=<Color temperature setting:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=COLOR_TEMP
Response
g:COLOR_TEMP=<Color temperature setting:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <Color temperature setting:Number> are -17 to 21.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
COMVER
User command version reference
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
-
Response
-
Command
GET=COMVER
Response
g:COMVER="<User command version:Character string>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
User command version consists of <2-digit number> and <4-digit number>.
(Example "01.1234")
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CONT
Contrast
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
CONT=<Contrast setting:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=CONT
Response
g:COMVER="<User command version:Character string>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <Contrast setting:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
DGAMMA
Dynamic gamma
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
DGAMMA=<Dynamic gamma setting parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=DGAMMA
Response
g:DGAMMA=<Dynamic gamma setting parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Dynamic gamma setting parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Off
WEAK
Weak
MIDDLE
Middle
STRONG
Strong
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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DZOOM_POS
DZOOM position setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
DZOOM_POS=<DZOOM position X:Number>,<DZOOM position Y:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=DZOOM_POS
Response
g:DZOOM_POS=<DZOOM position X:Number>,<DZOOM position Y:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
<DZOOM position X / Y:Number> is a signed integer indicating the central position of the enlarged input image.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This command is identical to pressing the arrow keys to move while DZOOM is enabled,
however, the position can be specified in more detail.
(2) If a position outside the range is specified, the position is automatically moved to the nearest
position within the range.
(3) 0 for <DZOOM position X / Y:Number> indicates the center position of the input image.
(4) Positive direction for <DZOOM position X / Y:Number> corresponds to RIGHT and UP keys,
and negative direction corresponds to LEFT and DOWN keys.
(5) The numerical value for <DZOOM position X / Y:Number> represents units in pixels of the
input image.
* For example, in a case where an input image of XGA (1024 x 768) size is enlarged twice the
size (range of 512 x 384 is displayed), up to ±256 for <DZOOM position X:Number>, and up to
±192 for <DZOOM position Y:Number> can be specified.
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DZOOM_RAT
DZOOM ratio setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
DZOOM_RAT=<DZOOM ratio parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=DZOOM_RAT
Response
g: DZOOM_RAT=<DZOOM ratio parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< DZOOM ratio parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
1
same size (DZOOM disabled)
1.5
1.5x
2
2x
3
3x
4
4x
5
5x
6
6x
8
8x
10
10x
12
12x
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
The SET command can be used when DZOOM is disabled and set to other than "1", to enable
DZOOM and display the ratio on the screen.
The SET command can be used when DZOOM is enabled and set to "1", to disable DZOOM
and hide the ratio from the screen.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
ERR
Error information reference
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
-
Response
-
Command
GET=ERR
Response
g:ERR=<ErrorID:Character string>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< DZOOM ratio parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
NO_ERROR
No error
ABNORMAL_TEMPERATURE
Temperature error
FAULTY_LAMP
Lamp error
FAULTY_LAMP_COVER
Lamp cover error
FAULTY_COOLING_FAN
Cooling fan error
FAULTY_POWER_SUPPLY
Power supply error
FAULTY_AIR_FILTER
Air filter error
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
Information when the warning LED of the projector is flashing can be obtained. "NO_ERROR" is
returned when the warning LED is not lighted.
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FINE_GAMMA_R
Fine gamma (R) adjustment
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
FINE_GAMMA_R=<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point 1 adjustment
value:Number>,<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point 2 adjustment
value:Number>,・・・,<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point n adjustment
value:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=FINE_GAMMA_R
Response
g: FINE_GAMMA_R=<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point 1 adjustment
value:Number>,<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point 2 adjustment
value:Number>,・・・,<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point n adjustment
value:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Adjustment values for <Fine gamma (R) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number> are 0 to 1024.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
Example
Setting
> FINE_GAMMA_R=0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
< i:OK
Reference
> GET=FINE_GAMMA_R
< g:FINE_GAMMA_R=9:0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
FINE_GAMMA_G
Fine gamma (G) adjustment
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
FINE_GAMMA_G=<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point 1 adjustment
value:Number>,<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point 2 adjustment
value:Number>,・・・,<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point n adjustment
value:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=FINE_GAMMA_G
Response
g: FINE_GAMMA_G=<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point 1 adjustment
value:Number>,<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point 2 adjustment
value:Number>,・・・,<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point n adjustment
value:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Adjustment values for <Fine gamma (G) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number> are 0 to 1024.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
Example
Setting
> FINE_GAMMA_G=0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
< i:OK
Reference
> GET=FINE_GAMMA_G
< g:FINE_GAMMA_G=9:0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
FINE_GAMMA_B
Fine gamma (B) adjustment
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
FINE_GAMMA_B=<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point 1 adjustment
value:Number>,<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point 2 adjustment
value:Number>,・・・,<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point n adjustment
value:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=FINE_GAMMA_B
Response
g: FINE_GAMMA_B=<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point 1 adjustment
value:Number>,<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point 2 adjustment
value:Number>,・・・,<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point n adjustment
value:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Adjustment values for <Fine gamma (B) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number> are 0 to 1024.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
Example
Setting
> FINE_GAMMA_B=0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
< i:OK
Reference
> GET=FINE_GAMMA_B
< g:FINE_GAMMA_B=9:0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
FLTWRN
Air filter cleaning warning
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
FLTWRN=<Filter warning parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=FLTWRN
Response
g: FLTWRN=<Filter warning parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Filter warning parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turned off
ON
Turned on
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FREEZE
Freeze ON / OFF
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
FREEZE=<FREEZE parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=FREEZE
Response
g:FREEZE=<FREEZE parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< FREEZE parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Off
ON
On
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
GAMMA
Gamma adjustment
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
GAMMA=<Gamma adjustment:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=GAMMA
Response
g: GAMMA=<Gamma adjustment:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <Gamma adjustment: Number> are -10 to 10.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
HDMI_IN
HDMI input setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
HDMI_IN=<HDMI input setting parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=HDMI_IN
Response
g: HDMI_IN=<HDMI input setting parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< HDMI input setting parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
AUTO
Incoming HDMI signals (HDMI input) are treated as
AV source.
PC
Incoming HDMU signals (HDMI input) are treated
as PC source.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
HDMI_OVSCAN
HDMI overscan setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
HDMI_OVSCAN=<HDMI overscan setting parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET= HDMI_OVSCAN
Response
g: HDMI_OVSCAN=<HDMI overscan setting parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< HDMI overscan setting parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turns overscan to OFF
ON
Turns overscan to ON.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Remarks
(1)
The setting is fixed to [OFF] depending on the setting status of other functions or the status of
the input signal.
HUE
Hue setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
HUE=<Hue setting value:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET= HUE
Response
g: HUE=<Hue setting value:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <Hue setting value:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
IMAGE
Image mode setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
IMAGE=<Image mode setting parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET= IMAGE
Response
g: IMAGE=<Image mode setting parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Image mode setting parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
STANDARD
Standard
PRESENTATION
Presentation
PHOTO_SRGB
Photo / sRGB
DYNAMIC
Dynamic
VIDEO
Video
USER_1
User 1
USER_2
User 2
USER_3
User 3
USER_4
User 4
USER_5
User 5
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
When Image Mode setting is changed, the following set of setting items are reapplied as these
sets are unique to the individual image modes.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
IMAGEFLIP
Flip display
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
IMAGEFLIP=<Image flip setting parameters:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=IMAGEFLIP
Response
g:IMAGEFLIP=<Image flip setting parameters:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Image flip setting parameters:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
NONE
None
CEILING
Ceiling mount (upside down and right side left)
REAR
Rear (right side left)
REAR_CEILING
Rear, ceiling mount (upside down)
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
When the display is flipped, the "keystone distortion" settings (HKS, VKS, 4CNR) are
initialized.
INPUT
Input signal selection
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
INPUT=<Input selection parameters:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=INPUT
Response
g:INPUT=<Input selection parameters:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Image flip setting parameters:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
HDMI
HDMI
D-RGB
Digital PC
A-RGB1
Analog PC-1
A-RGB2
Analog PC-2
COMP
Component
LAN
LAN
USB
USB
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
KREP
Key repeat
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
KREP=<Key repeat parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=KREP
Response
g:KREP=<Key repeat parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Key repeat parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turned off
ON
Turned on
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
LAMP
Lamp output setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
LAMP=<Lamp output setting parameters:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=LAMP
Response
g:LAMP=<Lamp output setting parameters:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Lamp output setting parameters:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
FULL
Full power
ECO
Eco
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
LAMPCOUNTER
Lamp counter reference
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
-
Response
-
Command
GET=LAMPCOUNTER
Response
g:LAMPCOUNTER="<Lamp ON time:Character string>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Lamp ON time:Character string >
Lamp counter
ON time:H
"[G_______]"
0~539
"[GG______]"
540~1079
"[GGG_____]"
1080~1619
"[GGGG____]"
1620~2159
"[GGGGG___]"
2160~2699
"[GGGGGY__]"
2700~2849
"[GGGGGYY_]"
2850~2999
"[GGGGGYYR]"
3000~
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
LMPWRN
Lamp replacement warning
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
LMPWRN=<Lamp warning parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=LMPWRN
Response
g:LMPWRN=<Lamp warning parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Lamp warning parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turned off
ON
Turned on
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
MAIN
Unit control panel emulation
Format
Setting
Command
Reference
MAIN=<Side control emulation button parameters:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
-
Response
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Side control emulation button parameters:ID >
Meaning
Parameter
Operation
POWER
POWER
POWER_OFF
-
MENU
MENU
INPUT
INPUT
AUTOPC
AUTOPC
KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE
UP
Remarks
POWER button pressed twice
UP
UP+REP
DOWN
Button press start
DOWN
DOWN +REP
LEFT
Button press start
LEFT
LEFT +REP
RIGHT
Button press start
RIGHT
RIGHT +REP
OK
OK
*-REP
-
Button press start
Button press end
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Parameters with "+REP" indicates "Button press start" (same state as when the front panel
button is held down).
Be absolutely sure to send the '*-REP' parameter, and end the button pressing last of all.
The button pressing is ended in the cases below as well.
<1> When buttons on the panel or the remote are operated
<2> When some command has been received
When ceiling mount setting is made, functions of UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons on the
unit control panel are reversed. But the "MAIN" command's UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT are
unaffected and always work in the same way as when installed on the floor.
Adjust the time between each button press using the application.
When a button press request is accepted properly, the projector returns "i:OK" even when the
function is inexecutable.
All parameters except "Power" are invalid during standby mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
MEMF
Memory color adjustment (flesh)
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
MEMF=<Memory color adjustment parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=MEMF
Response
g:MEMF=<Memory color adjustment parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Memory color adjustment parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turns off
WEAK
Weak
MIDDLE
Middle
STRONG
Strong
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This setting applies to the currently selected input signals and the image mode.
MEMG
Memory color adjustment (green)
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
MEMG=<Memory color adjustment parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=MEMG
Response
g:MEMG=<Memory color adjustment parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Memory color adjustment parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turns off
WEAK
Weak
MIDDLE
Middle
STRONG
Strong
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This setting applies to the currently selected input signals and the image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
MEMS
Memory color adjustment (sky)
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
MEMS=<Memory color adjustment parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=MEMS
Response
g:MEMS=<Memory color adjustment parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Memory color adjustment parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turns off
WEAK
Weak
MIDDLE
Middle
STRONG
Strong
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This setting applies to the currently selected input signals and the image mode.
MUTE
Mute control
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
MUTE=<Mute control parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=MUTE
Response
g:MUTE=<Mute control parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Mute control parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
ON
Disables the audio / beep sound.
OFF
Enables the audio / beep sound.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
Mute setting is always set to "OFF" after the projector is turned on.
Mute setting is canceled if audio volume is adjusted during mute.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
NR
Noise reduction
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
NR=<Noise reduction setting parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=NR
Response
g:NR=<Noise reduction setting parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Noise reduction setting parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turns off
WEAK
Weak
MIDDLE
Middle
STRONG
Strong
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
POWER
This controls the power supply
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
POWER=<power control parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=POWER
Response
g:POWER=<power mode parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Power control parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
ON
Power ON
OFF
Power OFF
< Power mode parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
OFF
OFF2ON
OFF -> ON in transition
ON
ON
ON2OFF
ON -> OFF in transition
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
"Lamp Replacement Preparation," "Lamp Replacement Warning," and ""Air Filter Cleaning
Warning" are displayed for 10 seconds, regardless of whether the projector was started by the
button or command.
Note that there are different parameters for the setting command and the reference
command.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
PRODCODE
Product name inquiry
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
-
Response
-
Command
GET=PRODCODE
Response
g:PRODCODE="<Product name:Character string>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Product name:Character string >
Parameter
Meaning
WUX450
WUX450 model
WX520
WX520 model
WUX400ST
WUX400ST model
WX450ST
WX450ST model
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
RC
Remote control operation emulate
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
RC=<Remote control emulation button parameters:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
-
Response
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Remote control emulation button parameters:ID >
Meaning
Parameter
Operation
POWER
POWER
POWER_OFF
-
MENU
MENU
EXIT
EXIT
INPUT
INPUT
DPC
DIGITAL
APC1
ANALOG PC1
APC2
ANALOG PC2
HDMI
HDMI
COMP
COMPONENT
ASPECT
ASPECT
AUTOPC
AUTOPC
UP
UP+REP
DOWN
DOWN+REP
LEFT
LEFT+REP
RIGHT
RIGHT+REP
Remarks
POWER button pressed twice
UP
Button press start
DOWN
Button press start
LEFT
Button press start
RIGHT
Button press start
OK
OK
FOCUS
FOCUS
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST returns
"i:OK" without showing any behavior.
ZOOM
ZOOM
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST returns
"i:OK" without showing any behavior.
SHIFT
SHIFT
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST returns
"i:OK" without showing any behavior.
TPTN
TEST PATTERN
KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE
NUM_0
0
NUM_1
1
NUM_2
2
NUM_3
3
NUM_4
4
NUM_5
5
NUM_6
6
NUM_7
7
NUM_8
8
NUM_9
9
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
DZOOM_P
DZOOM_P+REP
DZOOM_M
DZOOM_M+REP
DZOOM +
Button press start
DZOOM -
VOL_P
VOL +
VOL_P+REP
VOL +
VOL_M
VOL -
VOL_M+REP
VOL -
MUTE
MUTE
FN
Fn
IMAGE
IMAGE
FREEZE
FREEZE
BLANK
BLANK
GAMMA
GAMMA
SPLIT
SPLIT
ECO
ECO
*-REP
-
Button press start
Button press start
Button press start
Button press ends ("2Ah," "2Dh," "52h," "45h," and
"50h" in hexadecimal form)
Remarks
(1)
(2)
A parameter with '+REP' signifies "button press start". (This is the same as the status in
which the remote control button is held down.)
When executing these commands, be sure to send '*-REP' at the end to finish the button press.
The button pressing is ended in the cases below as well.
<1> When buttons on the panel or remote are operated
<2> When a command has been received
When a button press request is accepted properly, "i:OK" is returned.
(without notifying the resulting execution of button operation)
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RGBGAIN
RGB gain adjustment
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
RGBGAIN=<R gain setting:Number>,<G gain setting:Number>,
<B gain setting:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=RGBGAIN
Response
g:RGBGAIN=<R gain setting:Number>,<G gain setting:Number>,
<B gain setting:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <R/G/B gain setting:Number> are -60 to 60.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
RGBOFFSET
RGB offset adjustment
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
RGBOFFSET=<R offset setting:Number>,<G offset setting:Number>,<B offset
setting:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=RGBOFFSET
Response
g:RGBOFFSET=<R offset setting:Number>,<G offset setting:Number>,<B
offset setting:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <R/G/B offset setting:Number> are -60 to 60.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
ROMVER
Firmware version inquiry
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
-
Response
-
Command
GET=ROMVER
Response
g:ROMVER="<ROM version:Character string>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SAT
Color saturation setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
SAT=<Color saturation setting value:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=SAT
Response
g:SAT=<Color saturation setting value:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <Color saturation setting value:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
SAVEIMGPROF
User memory creation/storage/deletion -- user memory creation status
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
SAVEIMGPROF=<User memory save to parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=SAVEIMGPROF
Response
g:SAVEIMGPROF=<Number of user memories>:<User 1 present
parameter>,<User 2 present parameter>,<User 3 present parameter>,<User 4
present parameter>,<User 5 present parameter>'
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< User memory save to parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
USER_1
Save to User 1
USER_2
Save to User 2
USER_3
Save to User 3
USER_4
Save to User 4
USER_5
Save to User 5
DEL_ALL
Delete all User memory
< User memory presence parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
0
User memory not created
1
User memory created
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Example
Setting
> SAVEIMGPROF=USER_2
< i:OK
Reference
> GET=SAVEIMGPROF
< g:SAVEIMGPROF=5:0,1,1,0,0
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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SCRNASPECT
Screen aspect setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
SCRNASPECT=<Screen aspect setting parameter:ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=SCRNASPECT
Response
g:SCRNASPECT=<Screen aspect setting parameter:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< User memory save to parameter:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
16:10
16:10
16:9
16:9
4:3
4:3
16:9_DIS
16:9 digital image shift
4:3_DIS
4:3 digital image shift
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SHARP
Sharpness setting
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
SHARP=<Sharpness setting:Number>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=SHARP
Response
g:SHARP=<Sharpness setting:Number>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Setting values for <Sharpness setting:Number> are -10 to 10.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
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SIGNAL_INFO
Inquires about displayed signal information
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
-
Response
-
Command
GET=SIGNAL_INFO
Response
g:SIGNAL_INFO="<Input signal information:Character string>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SIGNALSTATUS
Signal detection inquiry
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
-
Response
-
Command
GET=IGNALSTATUS
Response
g:SIGNALSTATUS=<Signal status:ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Signal status:ID >
Parameter
Meaning
NO_SIGNAL
Signal not detected
DISPLAYING
Image now displayed or display enable status
SETTING
Signal detection and display preparation in progress
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
(2)
This returns the signal status of the selected input.
"e:1011 FUNCTION_NOT_AVAILABLE" is returned during BLANK.
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TEMP
Temperature sensor value inquiry
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
-
Response
-
Command
GET=TEMP
Response
g: TEMP=<Number of sensors>,<Sensor 1 value>,…,<Sensor n value>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remarks
(1)
There are cases when number of sensors is 0. In this case, there will not be a comma.
Example
Reference
> GET=TEMP
< g:TEMP=6,28.5,53.3,53.3,53.3,33.0,27.6
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
TPTN
Test pattern
Format
Setting
Reference
Command
TPTN=<Test pattern parameter: ID>
Response
i:OK
Command
GET=TPTN
Response
g:TPTN=<Test pattern parameter: ID>
Note: See "Error list" for any response other than the above.
< Test pattern parameter: ID >
Parameter
Meaning
OFF
Turned off
CB1
Color bar
SSH1
Stair step H No.1
SSH2
Stair step H No.2
SSH3
Stair step H No.3
SSV1
Stair step V No.1
SSV2
Stair step V No.2
SSV3
Stair step V No.3
RTF1
Raster 100% White
RTF2
Raster 100% Red
RTF3
Raster 100% Green
RTF4
Raster 100% Blue
RTH1
Raster 50% White
RTH2
Raster 50% Red
RTH3
Raster 50% Green
RTH4
Raster 50% Blue
SSC1
Stair step color
CKR1
Checker No.1
CKR2
Checker No.2
MUL1
Multi No.1
MUL2
Multi No.2
CHR1
Character
FCS1
Focus
BDR1
Border
CRS1
Cross hatch 8 divided
CRS2
Cross hatch 12 divided
CRS3
Cross hatch 4 divided
Environment
Power mode restriction
LAN
Input
RS-232C
SL0
SL1
SL3
ON
ST
ON
D-RGB A-RGB
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
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Yes
COMP
HDMI
LAN
USB
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WUX450 / WX520 / WUX400ST / WX450ST User Commands
7. Error List
Response
Meaning
Reaction
The command was successfully
processed.
i:OK
e:0002 INVALID_COMMAND
The command was invalid (not
Use a correct command or correct command
defined), or the command format was
format.
incorrect.
e:000A INVALID_PARAMETER
Argument (parameter) of the
command is invalid.
Use a correct argument (parameter).
e:F001 SYSTEM
An internal error occurred.
Note: If the error persists after repeatedly
resending the command with some intervals,
turn off the projector and then disconnect and
reconnect the power cord before resending the
command.
e:0005
The power is off.
Send the command while the power is on.
Cannot execute as the projector is
undergoing internal processing.
Wait for a while, and resend the command.
e:1011 FUNCTION_NOT_AVAILABLE
The operation is currently invalid.
The setting cannot be made in the
current status.
Take one of the following actions:
・Return the UI state to the usual projection
mode, and then resend the command.
・Activate the function from the menu, and
resend the command. (Commands may be
deactivated by the related menu items.)
e:201F INVALID_SIGNAL
Cannot execute with the current input Send the command when a different input
signal.
signal is input.
NOT_POWER_SUPPLIED
i:BUSY
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8. Error Processing
Start
Error judgment
Command/parameter
executable during standby?
YES
"e:0005
NOT_POWER_SUPPLIED"
NO
Command/parameter
executable while power mode
switched?
NO
YES
YES
Switching power m odes?
"i:BUSY
NO
YES
"e:0002 INVALID_COMMAND"
Undefined command?
NO
Incorrect command format?
YES
"e:000A INVALID_PARAMETER"
NO
Internal processing in progress?
YES
"i:BUSY
NO
Command-specific error processing
Command-specific error
found?
YES
Command-specific error
NO
User command is
executable
Finished
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