OLC 15 V User Manual - Support Technique AURES

User Manual
Revision v1.2
September 2011
OLC 15 II VESA Monitor
Copyright 2011 September.
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Manual Version 1.2
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Safety
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
To disconnect the machine from the electrical power supply, turn off the
power switch and remove the power cord plug from the wall socket. The
wall socket must be easily accessible and in close proximity to the
machine.
Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future
reference.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
Do not use this product near water.
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product
may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for
ventilation; to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it
from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. The
openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa,
rug, or other similar surface. This product should never be placed near or
over a radiator or heat register, or in a built-in installation unless proper
ventilation is provided.
This product should be operated from the type of power indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult
your dealer or local power company.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product
where persons will walk on the cord.
Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as
they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
product.
CE MARK
This device complies with the requirements of the EEC directive
2004/108/EC with regard to “Electromagnetic compatibility” and
2006/95/EC “Low Voltage Directive”
FCC
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
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CAUTION ON LITHIUM BATTERIES
There is a danger of explosion if the battery is replaced incorrectly. Replace
only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
LEGISLATION AND WEEE SYMBOL
2002/96/EC Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive on the
treatment, collection, recycling and disposal of electric and electronic devices
and their components.
The crossed dustbin symbol on the device means that it should not be
disposed of with other household wastes at the end of its working life. Instead,
the device should be taken to the waste collection centers for activation of the
treatment, collection, recycling and disposal procedure.
To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from
uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes
and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material
resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this
product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can
take this item for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and
conditions of the purchase contract.
This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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Revision History
Revision
Number
Description
Revision Date
1.0
Initial release
2009 May
1.1
1.2
-Update for new VFD module:
 configuration by software (no
dip-switches)
 non volatile EEPROM to store
configuration
 supports user defined character set
 software utilities to configure VFD,
define character set and update
firmware
-Updated Chapter 1.1, Standard items
- Added instructions to Chapter 4.2 on
installation of RFID and Biometric
(fingerprint) Reader
-Update for new Scalar Board:
 I/O interface newly defined
 Chapter 3 Drivers Installation updated
 Optional module installation notes
updated
 Chapter 4-2 Note: Installation guide of
a RFID Reader or a Biometric
(Fingerprint) Reader updated
 Chapter 5-2 Replacing the Scalar
Board updated
 Chapter 6 Specification updated
2010 March
2011 September
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Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Item Checklist ............................................................................................................... 6
1.1. Standard Items ................................................................................................... 6
1.2. Optional Items .................................................................................................... 7
System View ................................................................................................................. 9
2.1. Front View .......................................................................................................... 9
2.2. Rear View .......................................................................................................... 9
2.3. I/O View ........................................................................................................... 10
Peripheral Assembly and Disassembly ....................................................................... 11
3.1. VFD Customer Display Replacement .............................................................. 11
3.2. Optional Module Installation ............................................................................. 12
System Disassembly .................................................................................................. 14
4.1. Opening the Rear Cover .................................................................................. 14
4.2. Replacing the Scalar Board ............................................................................. 15
4.3. Replacing the Inverter Board ........................................................................... 16
4.4. Replacing the OSD Board ................................................................................ 16
Specification ............................................................................................................... 17
Customer Display Software Commands ..................................................................... 18
OLC 15 VESA II dimensions ....................................................................................... 47
Appendix: Drivers Installation ............................................................................................ 49
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1. Item Checklist
Take the system unit out of the carton. Remove the unit from the carton by holding it by the
foam inserts. The following contents should be found in the carton:
1.1. Standard Items
a. OLC15 VESA Monitor
b. Power Adapter
c. Power Cord
d. VGA Cable
e. PS/2 keyboard Cable (for PS/2 MSR
and PS/2 iButton Dallas reader)
f. USB Cable
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g. COM port cable (for RS232 MSR or
RS232 iButton Dallas reader)
1.2. Optional Items
a. Magnetic Card Reader
b. iButton Dallas key reader
c. Magnetic Card +
iButton Dallas key Reader
d. RFID Reader
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e. Magnetic Card Reader +
Biometric Reader (fingerprint)
f. VFD Customer Display
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2. System View
2.1. Front View
Touch Screen
Optional MSR Module
2.2. Rear View
Optional VFD Module
VESA Mounting Holes
Speakers
Ventilation
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2.3. I/O View
PS/2
DC - IN
USB
VGA
(for external device)
2
1
OSD
1
2
COM IN
USB IN
(from PC)
DVI
Power Button
Auto-adjust Button
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3. Peripheral Assembly and Disassembly
3.1. VFD Customer Display Replacement
a. Disconnect the VFD Cable (1) and remove the screws
(2).
b. Remove the VFD Module from the Rear Cover.
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3.2. Optional Module Installation
This installation description applies to:
Magnetic Card Reader, iButton Dallas key Reader, Magnetic Card + iButton Dallas key
Reader, RFID Reader and Magnetic Card + Biometric (fingerprint) Reader.
Note: for RFID Reader and Biometric (fingerprint) Reader installation, please first read
the notes on next page
a. Slide the MSR Module into the System
b. Make sure the MSR Module slide
into the grooves on the System.
c. Fasten the screws (3) to fix the module
to the System.
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Notes regarding the installation of a RFID Reader or a Biometric (Fingerprint) Reader
The RFID Reader and the Biometric (fingerprint) Reader have a USB interface.
If your OLC15 VESA is equipped with VFD Customer Display, which also uses a USB
interface, you can not connect a RFID Reader or a Biometric (fingerprint) Reader, because
they use the same USB port as the VFD Customer Display.
If you do not need the Audio function of the OLC15 VESA Monitor, you can disable the
Audio module, and move the VFD Customer Display cable as shown in the instructions
below. This will free the USB port used to connect the RFID Reader or the Biometric
(fingerprint) Reader.
1. Follow the instructions in Chapter 5.1 to open the OLC15 VESA rear cover
2. On the scalar board, remove JP2 (5-6) (7-8) to disable the Audio module.
Unplug the VFD Customer Display cable from , and plug it into 
Close the OLC15 VESA rear cover.
Connect the RFID Reader or the Biometric (fingerprint) Reader to the OLC15
VESA monitor.
12V power
Original USB
Move VFD
for VFD
connector for VFD
cable here
JP2
1 2
3 4
5
6
7 8
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4. System Disassembly
4.1. Opening the Rear Cover
To open the rear cover, if your system installed with VFD and MSR peripherals, please
loose them first. See detail disassembly as below:
a. Remove the MSR Module as described in Chapter 4.2.
b. Disconnect the VFD Cable only (1).
c. Remove the screws (4) on the four corners of the Rear Cover.
d. Open the Rear Cover until the clips around the side are
detached from the Front Panel Module.
e. Remove the Rear Cover with VFD Module attached from the
Front Panel.
f. Function board placement
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4.2. Replacing the Scalar Board
To replace the scalar board, please first follow the steps in chapter 5.1 and 5.2
a. Remove the hex nuts (4) on the I/O Metal Bracket.
b. Disconnect the cables (10)
c. Remove the screws (5) then slide out the scalar board to detach it from the I/O
Metal Bracket.
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4.3. Replacing the Inverter Board
To replace the inverter board, please first follow the steps in chapter 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3.
a. Disconnect the cables (3)
b. Remove the screws (2) to replace the inverter board
4.4. Replacing the OSD Board
To replace the OSD board, please first follow the steps in chapter 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3.
a. Disconnect the cable (1).
b. Remove the screws (2).
c. Slide out the OSD board from the I/O Metal Bracket.
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5. Specification
Model Name
OLC 15 II VESA
LCD Panel
Panel Size
15" TFT LCD
Brightness
250nits
Resolution
1024 x 768
Touch
Resistive Type (USB interface)
Tilt Angle
NA
External I/O Ports
VGA
1
PS/2
2 (1xIN, 1xOUT)
OSD Button
2 (power, auto-tune)
USB
1 x USB 2.0 OUT, 1x USB 2.0 IN (B type)
Serial / COM
1
Power adapter
Power Source
12V /3A
36W
Peripherals
Magnetic Card Reader
PS/2 or RS232 interface
iButton Dallas key Reader
PS/2 and RS232 interface
Magnetic Card Reader +
PS/2 interface (Magnetic Card Reader)
iButton Dallas key Reader
PS/2 and RS232 interface (iButton Dallas key Reader
RFID Reader
USB interface
Magnetic Card Reader +
Biometric Reader
(fingerprint)
Customer Display
PS/2 interface (Magnetic Card Reader)
USB interface (Biometric Reader)
2x20 VFD
customer display (USB interface)
Environment
EMC & Safety
CE, FCC Class A, LVD
Operating Temperature
0 ~40°C
Storage Temperature
-20 ~ 60°C
Operating Humidity
5% to 95% RH, Non-condensing
Storage Humidity
5% to 95% RH, Non-condensing
Dimensions (WxHxD)
380 mm x 310 mm x 70 mm
Weight
4kgs
Mounting
100 x 100 VESA mount
* This specification is subject to change without prior notice.
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6. Customer Display Software Commands
The default settings for the Customer Display are:
 EPSON ESC/POS command set
 9600 Baud, 8 bits, no parity, no flow control
Software Utilities
A Customer Display configuration utility is provided on the driver CD
(see Appendix, page 49)
Software Status Setting Commands
When the system is powered on, it will read the EEPROM setting to set the Command
Type, Baud Rate, Parity, Data Length, Demo Mode setting and International Character
Set. The user can change the Software Status Setting Commands using the command
sequences described below.
Baud Rate Setting Command
STX 05 B n ETX
ASCII Format
Dec. Format
Hex. Format
Description
n
Baud rate
31h
4800
30h
9600
37h
19200
36h
38400
/Change the baud rate setting/
STX 05 B n ETX
[02] [05] [66] n [03]
[02h][05h][42h] n [03h]
n=30h, 31h, 36h or 37h
Change the display communication baud rate. The baud
rate setting can be selected from 4800 to 38400.
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Parity Check Setting Command
STX 05 P n ETX
ASCII Format
Dec. Format
Hex. Format
Description
n
Parity
31h
None
33h
Even
/Change the Parity check setting/
STX 05 P n ETX
[02] [05] [80] n [03]
[02h][05h][50h] n [03h]
n=31h, 33h
Change the display communication parity. Set 8 data bit and the
parity set for even or non-parity.
Data Length Setting Command
STX 05 L n ETX
ASCII Format
Dec. Format
Hex. Format
Description
n
Parity
37h
7 bits
38h
8 bits
/Change the Data Length Setting/
STX 05 L n ETX
[02] [05] [76] n [03]
[02h][05h][4Ch] n [03h]
n=37h, 38h
Change the display communication data length. Set 8-bits or 7-bits
data length.
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International Character Set Setting Command
n
Character Set Code Table
(20h – 7Fh)
(80H-FFH)
30h
U.S.A.
31h
FRANCE
32h
GERMANY
33h
U.K.
34h
DENMARK I
35h
SWEDEN
36h
ITALY
37h
SPAIN
38h
JAPAN
39h
NORWAY
3Ah
DENMARK II
3Bh
Slawie
3Ch
RUSSIA
3Dh
U.S.A.
CP-860 (Portuguese)
3Eh
U.K.
Greek
3Fh
U.S.A.
CP-852 (Hungary)
40h
U.S.A.
CP-862 (Hebrew)
41h
U.S.A.
CP-863 (Canadian-French)
42h
U.S.A.
CP-865 (Nordic)
43h
U.S.A.
CP-866 (Cyrillic)
44h
U.S.A.
Windows-1251 (Cyrillic)
45h
U.S.A.
Windows-1252 (West European Latin)
46h
U.S.A.
Windows-1255 (Hebrew)
47h
U.S.A.
Windows-1257 (Baltic)
48h
U.S.A.
Windows-1253 (Greek)
49h
U.S.A.
Windows-1250 (East European Latin)
4Ah ~ 4Eh Reserved
4Fh
Note
CP-437 (USA, Standard Europe)
CP-858 (Multilingual + Euro Symbol)
Katakana
CP-858 (Multilingual+ Euro Symbol)
Reserved
User Defined Character Set
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Select International Character Set Command
/Select International Character Set Command/
STX 05 T n ETX
[02] [05] [84] n [03]
[02h][05h][54h] n [03h]
00h≦n≦1Fh
Select International Character Set
STX 05 T n ETX
ASCII Format
Dec. Format
Hex. Format
Description
Select international character set (20H~7Fh) by command “STX 05 T n ETX”
n
n
International character set
n
00h U.S.A.
06h
ITALY
0Ch RUSSIA
01h FRANCE
07h
SPAIN
0Dh Not used
02h GERMANY
08h
JAPAN
0Eh
Not used
03h U.K.
09h
NORWAY
0Fh
Not used
04h DENMARK I
0Ah DENMARK II
1Fh
User-Defined
05h SWEDEN
0Bh SLAVONIC
International character set
International character set
Select Character Code Table Command
STX 05 U n ETX
ASCII Format
Dec. Format
/Select Character Code Table Command/
STX 05 U n ETX
[02] [05] [85] n [03]
Hex. Format
Description
[02h][05h][55h] n [03h]
00h≦n≦1Fh
Select Character Code Table
Select character code table (80H~FFh) by command “STX 05 U n ETX”
n
Character code table
00h CP-437
n
Character code table
n
Character code table
07h
Russia
0Fh
Windows-1257 (Baltic)
08h
Greek
10h
Windows-1252
(USA, Standard Europe)
01h Katakana (for Japan)
(West European Latin)
02h CP-850 (Multilingual)
09h
CP-852 (Hungary)
03h CP-860 (Portuguese)
0Ah CP-862 (Hebrew)
11h
Windows-1253 (Greek)
12h
Windows-1250
(East European Latin)
04h CP-863
0Bh CP-866 (Cyrillic)
13h
(Canadian-French)
CP-858 (Multilingual+
Euro Symbol)
05h CP-865 (Nordic)
0Ch Windows-1251 (Cyrillic)
06h Slawie
0Eh
1Fh
User Defined
Windows-1255
(Hebrew)
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Command Type Setting Command
STX 05 C n ETX
ASCII Format
Dec. Format
Hex. Format
Description
n
/Change the command type setting/
STX 05 C n ETX
[02] [05] [67] n [03]
[02h][05h][43h] n [03h]
30h≦ n≦37h
This command will change the command type and initialize the
display.
The display emulation mode is based on DSP800/ ESC/ ADM 787/
POS7300/ AEDEX/ UTC/ CD5220 mode
Command Type n
Command Type
30h DSP800
34h AEDEX
31h ESC/POS
35h UTC/P
32h POS7300
36h UTC/S
33h ADM787
37h CD5220
Run Demo message
STX 05 D 08 ETX
ASCII Format
/Run demo message/
STX 05 D 08 ETX
Dec. Format
Hex. Format
Description
[02][05][68][08][03]
[02h][05h][44h][08h][03h]
Run demo message for the display.
The demo message is available in POS7300, DSP800, EPSON
ESC/POS and CD5220 command modes.
Show Firmware Version
STX 05 V 01 ETX
ASCII Format
/Show Firmware Version/
STX 05 V 01 ETX
Dec. Format
Hex. Format
Description
[02][05][86][01][03]
[02h][05h][56h][01h][03h]
Show firmware version.
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User Defined Character Command Set
Function
Command
Del 1 Character
[02h][FDh][55h][00h][n]
Del All Characters
[02h][FDh][55h][01h][00h] Delete All User-Define Characters
Set 1 Character
Read 1 Character
Read All
Characters
Description
[02h][FDh][55h][02h][n]
[m1][m2][m3][m4][m5]
[02h][FDh][55h][03h][n]
[02h][FDh][55h][04h][00h]
Delete one user defined character data.
[n] = 20h ~ FFh for displayable character codes
Set one user defined character [n] = 20h ~ FFh
for displayable character codes/[m1]~[m5] =
Character data byte 1 ~ 5/Ref. table below
Read one user define character data
[n] = 20h ~ FFh for displayable character codes
Read all user defined character data
(Character 20h ~ FFh)
Set User-Define Character 5x7 dot layer out
Bit assignment: bit 7 bit 6 bit 5 bit 4 bit 3 bit 2 bit 1 bit0
5x7 dot bit assignment: 1 means fill dot, 0 means empty dot.
m1 bit 7
m1 bit 6
m1 bit 5
m1 bit 4
m1 bit 3
Ex: character “0”
m1 bit 2
m1 bit 1
m1 bit 0
m2 bit 7
m2 bit 6
m1 byte data = 0x74
m2 bit 5
m2 bit 4
m2 bit 3
m2 bit 2
m2 bit 1
m2 byte data = 0x67
m2 bit 0
m3 bit 7
m3 bit 6
m3 bit 5
m3 bit 4
m3 byte data = 0x5C
m3 bit 3
m3 bit 2
m3 bit 1
m3 bit 0
m4 bit 7
m4 byte data = 0xC5
m4 bit 6
m4 bit 5
m4 bit 4
m4 bit 3
m4 bit 2
m5 byte data = 0xC0
m4 bit 1
m4 bit 0
m5 bit 7
m5 bit 6
m5 bit 5
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Command List Table
Command Set
POS
CD
EPSON
UTC/S
Command
UTC/P
ADM
DSP
788
800
AEDEX
7300
5220
D101
Move cursor right
O
O
O
Move cursor left
O
O
O
Move cursor up
O
O
O
Move cursor down
O
O
O
Move cursor to right-most position
O
O
O
Move cursor to left-most position
O
O
O
Move cursor to home position
O
O
O
Move cursor to bottom position
O
O
O
Move cursor to specified position
O
O
O
Clear display screen
O
O
O
Clear cursor line
O
O
O
Brightness adjustment
O
O
O
O
Blink display screen
O
O
O
O
Initialize display
O
O
O
O
Select character code table
O
O
O
Select international character set
O
O
O
Select/cancel reverse character
O
Overwrite mode
O
O
O
O
Vertical scroll mode
O
O
O
O
Horizontal scroll mode
O
O
O
Set/cancel the window range
O
O
O
Select peripheral device
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Set starting/ending position of macro definition
O
Execute and quit macro
O
Execute self-test
O
Display time
O
O
O
Display time continuously
O
O
Display position
O
Cursor on/off
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Change to UTC enhanced mode
O
O
Change to UTC standard mode
O
Write string to upper line
O
O
O
O
Upper line message continuous scroll
O
O
O
O
Bottom line message scroll continuously
O
Message vertical down scroll continuously
O
Message vertical upper scroll continuously
O
Carriage return
O
O
Line feed
O
O
Back space
O
O
Horizontal tab
O
Command type select
O
O
O
O
O
Upper line message scroll once pass
O
O
Change attention code
O
O
Two line display
O
O
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Command Set
POS
CD
EPSON
UTC/S
Command
7300
5220
D101
Clear upper line and move cursor to upper
left-end position
UTC/P
ADM
DSP
788
800
AEDEX
O
Clear bottom line and move cursor to bottom
left-end position
O
Set period to upper line, last n position
O
Set line blinking, upper line
O
O
Clear line blinking, upper line
O
O
Clear field 1 and move cursor to field 1, first
position
Clear field 2 and move cursor to field 2,first
position
Clear display range from n position to m
position
move
cursor to data
n position
Save theand
current
displaying
to n layer for
O
O
O
O
demoannunciator
display
Turn
on/off
O
O
Specify period
O
O
Specify comma
O
O
Specify semicolon (period + comma)
O
O
Set/Cancel User-Define Character Set
O
Create User-define Character
O
Delete All User-Define Character
O
Store User-Define Character to EEPROM
O
Load User-Define Character from EEPROM
O
Delete 1 User-Define Character
O
O
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Command Details
POS7300 Series Command List
Command
ESC F A [DATA]
CR
ESC F B [DATA]
CR
ESC F D [DATA]
CR
ESC F O [DATA]
CR
Code (hex)
1B 46 41 [DATA] 0D

1B 46 42 [DATA] 0D

1B 46 44 [DATA] 0D

1B 46 4F [DATA] 0D

ESC P x y
1B 50 x y


ESC _ n
1B 5F n

ESC DC1
ESC DC2
ESC DC3
ESC @
1B 11
1B 12
1B 13
1B 40
US MD1 n
1F 01 n

US MD2 n
1F 02 n

US DC1 n
1F 11 n
US DC2 n
1F 12 n
US # n x
1F 23 n x




US , n
1F 2C n

US . n
1F 2E n

US ; n
1F 3B n

US @
1F 40
US E n
1F 45 n

US T h m
1F 54 h m


US U
1F 55
US X n
1F 58 n

US r n
1F 72 n

NULL H
NULL K
NULL M
NULL P
0 48
0 4B
0 4D
0 50
Function Description
Write string to upper line
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Write string to lower line
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Upper line message scroll continuously
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Bottom line message scroll continuously
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Move cursor to specified position
x = 1 ~ 14h, for columns location.
y = 1 ~ 2, for lines location.
Set cursor on/off
n = 00 ~ 01
Overwrite mode
Vertical scroll mode
Horizontal scroll mode
Initialize display
Message vertical upper scroll continuously
n = 01 ~ 0Ch
Message vertical down scroll continuously
n = 01 ~ 0Ch
Set line blinking
n = ’1’ ~ ’2’
 n = ’1’ up line
 n = ’2’ low line
Clear line blinking
n = ’1’ ~ ’2’
 n = ’1’ up line
 n = ’2’ low line
Turn annunciator on/off.
n = 0 for annunciator off
n = 1 for annunciator on
x = 1 ~ 14h, for columns location.
Specify comma
n = a displayable character code
Specify period
n = a displayable character code
Specify semicolon (period + comma)
n = a displayable character code
Execute self - test
Blink display screen
n = 00h ~ FFh
 n = 0 for no blink
Display time
0 ≦ h ≦ 17h, for hours setting.
0 ≦ m ≦ 3Bh, for minutes setting.
Display time continuously
Brightness adjustment
n=1~ 4
Select/cancel reverse character.
n = 00,01
Move cursor up
Move cursor left
Move cursor right
Move cursor down
26
Command
NULL G
NULL O
BS
HT
LF
HOM
US B
CLR
CLR
CR
CAN
Code (hex)
0 47
0 4F
08
09
0A
0B
1F 42
0C
12
0D
18
DLE n
10 n
Function Description
Move cursor to left-most position
Move cursor to right-most position
Back space
Horizontal tab
Line feed
Move cursor to home position
Move cursor to bottom position
Clear display screen

ESC W n s x1 y1
x2 y2
1B 57 n s x1 y1 x2 y2
ESC R n
1B 52 n
ESC t n
1B 74 n







ESC = n
1B 3D n
Carriage return
Clear cursor line, and clear string mode
Display position
n = 0 ~ 27h, for location.
Set or cancel the window range
n = 1 ~ 4, for window number
s = 0: cancel
s = 1: set
1 ≦ x1 ≦ x2 ≦ 14h, for columns location.
1 ≦ y1 ≦ y2 ≦ 2, for lines location.
Select international character set
(20H~7Fh).
n = 00 ~ 1Fh. See note *1
Select character code table (80H~FFh).
n = 00 ~ 1Fh. See note *2
Select peripheral device, display or printer
n = 1~3
 n = '1': enable printer only
 n = '2': enable display only
 n = '3': enable both of printer and
display
Note:
1. Select international character set (20H~7Fh) by command “ESC R n”
n
00h
01h
02h
03h
04h
International character set
U.S.A.
FRANCE
GERMANY
U.K.
DENMARK I
n
05h
06h
07h
08h
09h
International character set
SWEDEN
ITALY
SPAIN
JAPAN
NORWAY
n
International character set
0Ah DENMARK II
0Bh SLAVONIC
0Ch RUSSIA
1Fh User Defined
2. Select character code table (80H~FFh) by command “ESC t n”
n
Character code table
CP-437
00h
(USA, Standard Europe)
n
Character code table
n
Character code table
07h Russia
0Fh Windows-1257 (Baltic)
01h Katakana (for Japan)
08h Greek
10h
02h CP-850 (Multilingual)
09h CP-852 (Hungary)
03h CP-860 (Portuguese)
0Ah CP-862 (Hebrew)
CP-863
(Canadian-French)
05h CP-865 (Nordic)
06h Slawie
04h
0Bh CP-866 (Cyrillic)
0Ch Windows-1251 (Cyrillic)
0Eh Windows-1255 (Hebrew)
Windows-1252
(West European Latin)
11h Windows-1253 (Greek)
Windows-1250
12h
(East European Latin)
CP-858 (Multilingual+ Euro
13h
Symbol)
1Fh User Defined
27
CD5220 Standard Mode Command List
Command
ESC DC1
US SOH
ESC DC2
US STX
ESC DC3
US ETX
Code (hex)
ESC Q A [DATA]
CR
1B 51 41 [DATA] 0D
ESC Q B [DATA]
CR
1B 51 42 [DATA] 0D
ESC Q D [DATA]
CR
ESD [ D
BS
ESC [ C
HT
ESC [ A
US LF
ESC [ B
LF
ESC [ H
HOM
ESC [ L
CR
ESC [ R
US CR
ESC [ K
US B
Function Description
1B 11
1F 01
1B 12
1F 02
1B 13
1F 03
1B 51 44 [DATA] 0D
Overwrite mode
Vertical scroll mode
Horizontal scroll mode



1B 5B 44
08
1B 5B 43
09
1B 5B 41
1F 0A
1B 5B 42
0A
1B 5B 48
0B
1B 5B 4C
0D
1B 5B 52
1F 0D
1B 5B 4B
1F 42
Set the string display mode, write string to
upper line. *1
Maximal [DATA] length is 20
Set the string display mode, write string to
lower line. *1
Maximal [DATA] length is 20
Upper line message scroll continuously. *1 *2
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Move cursor left
Move cursor right
Move cursor up
Move cursor down
Move cursor to home position
Move cursor to left-most position
Move cursor to right-most position
Move cursor to bottom position
ESC # n
1B 23 n
US @
1F 40
US E n
1F 45 n
ESC I x y
1B 6C x y
US $ x y
1F 24 x y


ESC # n
1B 23 n

US E n
1F 45 n

ESC I x y
1B 6C x y


ESC @
1B 40


Command type select
n = 30h ~ 37h
Execute self test
Blink display screen
n = 00h ~ FFh
 n = 0 for no blink
Move cursor to specified position
x = 1 ~ 14h, for columns location.
y = 1,2, for lines location.
Command type select
n = 30h ~ 37h
Blink display screen
n = 00h ~ FFh
 n = 0 for no blink
Move cursor to specified position
x = 1 ~ 14h, for columns location.
y = 1,2, for lines location.
Initialize display
28
Command
Code (hex)

ESC W s x1 x2 y
1B 57 s x1 x2 y
CLR
CAN
ESC * n
US X n
0C
18
1B 2A n
1F 58 n

ESC _ n
1B 5F n

ESC f n
1B 66 n

ESC c n
1B 63 n

ESC = n
1B 3D n



Function Description
Set or cancel the window range at horizontal
scroll mode
1 ≦ x1 ≦ x2 ≦ 14h, for columns
location.
y = 1~2, for lines location.
s = 0: cancel
s = 1: set
Clear display screen, and clear string mode
Clear cursor line, and clear string mode
Brightness adjustment
n = 1 ~ 4, n = 4 for highest brightness
Set cursor on/off
n = 1: cursor on
n = 0: cursor off
Select international Character
About n, refer. *3
Select character code table
About n, refer. *4
Select peripheral device, display or printer
n='1': enable printer only
n='2': enable display only
n='3': enable both of printer and display
Note:
1. While using command “ESC Q A” or “ESC Q B”, other commands cannot be used except
when using command “CLR” or “CAN” to change operating mode.
2. When using command “ESC Q D”, the upper line message will scroll continuously until a
new command is received, it will then clear the upper line and move the cursor to the upper
left-end position.
3. Select the international Character set (20h – 7Fh) by command “ESC f n”.
Parameter “n”
Parameter “n”
International
International
Character Set
Character Set
Character
Hex
Character
Hex
‘A’
41h
U.S.A.
‘N’
4Eh
Norway
‘G’
47h
Germany
‘W’
57h
Sweden
’I’
49h
Italy
‘D’
44h
Denmark I
‘J’
4Ah
Japan
‘E’
45h
Denmark II
‘U’
55h
U.K.
‘L’
4Ch
Slavonic
‘F’
46h
France
‘R’
52h
Russia
‘S’
53h
Spain
1Fh
User-Define
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4. Select character code table (80H-FFH) by command “ESC c n”.
Parameter “n”
character Code Table
Character
Hex
‘A’
41h Compliance with ASCII code (CP-437)
‘J’
4Ah Compliance with JIS code (Katakana)
‘L’
4Ch Compliance with Slawie code
‘R’
52h Compliance with RUSSIA code
‘M’
4Dh CP-850 (Multilingual)
‘P’
50h CP-858 (Multilingual+ Euro Symbol)
‘p’
70h CP-860 (Portuguese)
‘F’
46h CP-863 (Canadian-French)
‘N’
4Eh CP-865 (Nordic)
‘u’
75h CP-852 (Hungary)
‘H’
48h CP-862 (Hebrew)
‘C’
43h CP-866 (Cyrillic)
‘G’
47h Greek
‘c’
63h Windows-1251 (Cyrillic)
‘W’
57h Windows-1252 (West European Latin)
‘h’
68h Windows-1255 (Hebrew)
‘B’
42h Windows-1257 (Baltic)
‘g’
67h Windows-1253 (Greek)
‘E’
45h Windows-1250 (East European Latin)
1Fh User Defined
UTC Standard Mode Command List
Command
BS
HT
LF
CR
08
09
0A
0D
Code (hex)
DLE n
10 n
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
US
ESC d
11
12
13
14
1F
1B 64

Function Description
Back space
Horizontal tab
Line feed
Carriage return
Display position
n = 0 ~ 27h, for location.
Over write display mode
Vertical scroll mode
Cursor on
Cursor off
Clear display
Change to UTC enhanced mode
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UTC Enhanced Mode Command List
Command
ESC u A
[DATA] CR
ESC u B
[DATA] CR
ESC u D
[DATA] CR
ESC u E h h :
m m CR
ESC u F
[DATA] CR
ESC u H n m
CR
ESC u I
[DATA] CR
ESC RS CR
Code (hex)
1B 75 41 [DATA] 0D

1B 75 42 [DATA] 0D

1B 75 44 [DATA] 0D

1B 75 45 h h ':' m m
0D

1B 75 46 [DATA] 0D

1B 75 48 n m 0D


1B 75 49 [DATA] 0D

1B 0F 0D
Function Description
Upper line display
Maximal [DATA] length is 20
Bottom line display
Maximal [DATA] length is 20
Upper line message scroll continuously
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Display time
h, m = '0' ~ '9'
Upper line message scroll Once pass
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Change attention code
n = 1 ~ 20h
m = 1 ~ 20h
Two line display
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Change to UTC standard mode
AEDEX/EMAX Mode Command List
Command
! # 4 [DATA]
CR
!#5hh:mm
CR
! # 8 n m CR
! # 9 [DATA]
CR
! # 6 [DATA]
CR
Code (hex)
21 23 34 [DATA] 0D

21 23 35 h h ':' m m
0D

21 23 38 n m 0D

21 23 39 [DATA] 0D

21 23 36 [DATA] 0D

Function Description
Upper line message scroll
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Display time
h, m = '0' ~ '9'
Change attention code
n, m = 1 ~ 20
Two line display
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
Upper line message scroll once pass
Maximal [DATA] length is 40
ADM787/788 mode command list
Command
CLR
CR
0C
0D
Code (hex)
SLE1
0E
SLE2
0F
DC0 n
10 n
DC1 n
11 n
DC2 n
12 n
SF1
1E
SF2
1F



Function Description
Clear display
Carriage return
Clear upper line and move cursor to upper
left-end position
Clear bottom line and move, Cursor to
bottom left-end position
Set period to upper line last n position
n = 31H ~ 37H
Set line blinking, upper line
n = '1' ~ '2'
 n = '1': up line
 n = '2': low line
Clear line blinking, upper line
n = '1' ~ '2'
 n = '1': up line
 n = '2': low line
Clear field 1 and move cursor to field 1, first
position
Clear field 2 and move cursor to field 2, first
position
31
DSP800 Mode Command List
Command
EOT SOH I n
ETB
EOT SOH P n
ETB
EOT SOH C n
m
ETB
Code (hex)
04 01 49 n 17

04 01 50 n 17

04 01 43 n m 17
EOT SOH S n
ETB
04 01 53 n 17
EOT SOH D n
m ETB
04 01 44 n m 17
EOT SOH A n
ETB
EOT SOH F n
ETB
EOT SOH # n
ETB
EOT SOH %
ETB
EOT SOH @
ETB
04 01 41 n 17
n =31h-34h
04 01 46 n 17
00h≦n≦FFh
04 01 23 n 17
n =30~37h
EOT SOH & n
[m1~m5] ETB
04 01 26 n [m1~m5]
17
EOT SOH ? n
ETB
04 01 3F n 17
EOT SOH = n
ETB
04 01 3D n 17




Function Description
Select international character set
n = 00 ~ 1Fh or 30 ~ 4Fh See note *1
Move cursor to specified position
n = 31h ~ 58h
Clear display range from n position to m
position and move cursor to n position
31h ≦ n ≦ m ≦ 58h
Save current view message to n layer for
demo view data
n = 31h ~ 35h
Display the saved demo message
n = 31h ~ 4Fh
m = 31h ~ 33h
Brightness adjustment

Blink display Screen
n = 00h ~ FFh, n = 0 for no blink
Command type select
04 01 25 17
Initialize display
04 01 40 17
Execute self-test

Set One User-Define Character
n = 20h ~ FFh for displayable character
code
[m1 ~ m5] Byte1~Byte5 Define Character
Delete One User-Define Character
n = 20h ~ FFh for displayable character
code
Select peripheral device, display or printer
n = '1': enable printer only
n = '2': enable display only
n = '3': enable both of printer and display
Note:
1. Select international character set (20H~7Fh) by command “EOT SOH I n ETB”
International character
International character
International character
n
n
n
set
set
set
00h U.S.A.
05h SWEDEN
0Ah DENMARK II
01h FRANCE
06h ITALY
0Bh SLAVONIC
02h GERMANY
07h SPAIN
0Ch RUSSIA
03h U.K.
08h JAPAN
04h DENMARK I
09h NORWAY
1Fh User-Define
30h U.S.A.
35h SWEDEN
3Ah DENMARK II
31h FRANCE
36h ITALY
3Bh SLAVONIC
32h GERMANY
37h SPAIN
3Ch RUSSIA
33h U.K.
38h JAPAN
34h DENMARK I
39h NORWAY
4Fh User-Define
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EPSON ESC/POS Command List
Command
Code (hex)
US r n
1F 72 n
US MD1
US MD2
US MD3
CAN
1F 01
1F 02
1F 03
18
ESC # n
1B 23 n
US # n x
1F 23 n x




US C n
1F 43 n
BS
HT
US LF
LF
US CR
CR
HOM
US B
08
09
1F 0A
0A
1F 0D
0D
0B
1F 42
US $ x y
1F 24 x y
CLR
0C
US E n
1F 45 n
ESC @
1B 40
US , n
1F 2C n

US . n
1F 2E n

US ; n
1F 3B n

US :
1F 3A
US ^ n m
1F 5E n m
US @
1F 40
US T h m
1F 54 h m
US U
1F 55
US X n
1F 58 n








Function Description
Select/cancel reverse character.
n = 00,01
Specify overwrite mode.
Specify vertical scroll mode.
Specify horizontal scroll mode.
Clear cursor line
Command type select
n = 30h ~ 37h
Turn annunciator on/off.
n = 0 for annunciator off
n = 1 for annunciator on
x = 1 ~ 14h, for columns location.
Set cursor on/off
n = 00, 01
Move cursor left
Move cursor right
Move cursor up
Move cursor down
Move cursor to right-most position
Move cursor to left-most position
Move cursor to home position
Move cursor to bottom position
Move cursor to specified position
x = 1 ~ 14h, for columns location.
y = 1 ~ 2, for lines location.
Clear display screen
Blink display screen
n = 00h ~ FFh
n = 0 for no blink
Initialize display
Specify comma
n = a displayable character code
Specify period
n = a displayable character code
Specify semicolon (period + comma)
n = a displayable character code
Set starting/ending position of macro
definition.
Ex.: 1F 3A … (macro string) … 1F 3A
Execute and quit macro. It’s an interval of n
between the two words. It’s an interval of m
between the two strings.
00 ≦ (n, m) ≦ FFh
 n = Word time
 m = show string time
Execute self - test
Display time
0 ≦ h ≦ 17h, for hours setting.
0 ≦ m ≦ 3Bh, for minutes setting.
Display time continuously
Brightness adjustment
n=1~4
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Command
Code (hex)
ESC W n s x1
y1 x2 y2
1B 57 n s x1 y1 x2
y2
ESC R n
1B 52 n
ESC t n
1B 74 n
ESC = n
1B 3D n
ESC % n
1B 25 n
ESC & SOH n
m
[b1~b5] * K
1B 26 01 n m [b1 ~
b5] * K
ESC ?
ESC s SOH
ESC d SOH
1B 3F
1B 73 01
1B 64 01








Function Description
Set or cancel the window range
n = 1 ~ 4, for window number
s = 0: cancel
s = 1: set
1 ≦ x1 ≦ x2 ≦ 14h, for columns
1 ≦ y1 ≦ y2 ≦ 2, for lines .
Select international character set
(20H~7Fh).
n = 00 ~ 1Fh. See note *1
Select character code table (80H~FFh).
n = 00 ~ 1Fh. See note *2
Select peripheral device, display or printer
n = '1': enable printer only
n = '2': enable display only
n = '3': enable both of printer and display
Set/Cancel User-Define Character Set
n = 0: Cancel User-Defined Character Set
n = 1: Set User-Define Character Set
Create User-define Character
20h ≤ n ≤ m ≤ FFh
[b1 ~ b5] Byte1~Byte5 Define Character
(Ref. User-Define Character
Command-Set 5x7 dot layout )
K = (m-n+1) → 1 ~ 5, Max. 5 character.
Delete User-Define Character
Store User-Define Character in EEPROM
Load User-Define Character from EEPROM
Note: 1. Select international character set (20H~7Fh) for command “ESC R n”
n
0h
1h
2h
3h
4h
5h
international character set
U.S.A.
FRANCE
GERMANY
U.K.
DENMARK I
SWEDEN
n
6h
7h
8h
9h
Ah
Bh
international character set
ITALY
SPAIN
JAPAN
NORWAY
DENMARK II
SLAVONIC
n
Ch
Dh
Eh
Fh
international character set
RUSSIA
Not used
Not used
Not used
2. Select character code table (80H~FFh) for command “ESC t n”
n
character code table
0h CP-437
(USA, Standard Europe)
1h Katakana (for Japan)
2h CP-850 (Multilingual)
3h CP-860 (Portuguese)
4h CP-863
(Canadian-French)
5h CP-865 (Nordic)
n
character code table
6h Slawie
n
character code table
Ch Windows-1251 (Cyrillic)
7h
8h
9h
Ah
Eh
Fh
10h
11h
Russia
Greek
CP-852 (Hungary)
CP-862 (Hebrew)
Bh CP-866 (Cyrillic)
Windows-1255 (Hebrew)
Windows-1257 (Baltic)
Windows-1252
Windows-1253 (Greek)
13h CP-858 (Multilingual+ Euro
Symbol)
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Character Set
Character Codes 20H – 7FH
International Character Sets
Character Code Number
Hex
23
24
40
5B
5C
5D
5E
60
7B
7C
7D
7E
Dec
35
36
64
91
92
93
94
96
123
124
125
126
U.S.A
#
$
@
[
\
]
^
`
{
¦
}
~
France
#
$
à
°
ç
§
^
`
é
ù
è
¨
Germany
#
$
§
Ä
Ö
Ü
^
`
ä
ö
ü
β
U.K
£
$
@
[
\
]
^
`
{
¦
}
~
Denmark I
#
$
@
Æ
Ø
Å
^
`
æ
ø
å
~
Sweden
#
¤
É
Ä
Ö
Å
Ü
é
ä
ö
å
ü
Italy
#
$
@
°
\
é
^
ù
à
ò
è
ì
Spain
Pt
$
@
¡
Ñ
¿
^
`
¨
ñ
}
~
Japan
#
$
@
[
¥
]
^
`
{
¦
}
~
Norway
#
¤
É
Æ
Ø
Å
Ü
é
æ
ø
å
ü
Denmark II
#
$
É
Æ
Ø
Å
Ü
é
æ
ø
å
ü
Slavonic
#
$
@
[
\
]
^
`
{
¦
}
~
Russia
#
$
@
[
\
]
^
`
{
¦
}
~
Country
USA, Standard Character Sets
00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
20h
!
“
#
$
%
&
‘
(
)
*
+
,
-
.
/
30h
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
40h
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
50h
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
60h
`
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
70h
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
Z
{
¦
}
~
35
Character Codes 80H – FFH
CP-437 (USA, Standard Europe)
00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
Ç
ü
é
â
ä
à
å
ç
ê
ë
è
ï
î
ì
Ä
Å
90h
É
æ
Æ
ô
ö
ò
û
ù
ÿ
Ö
Ü
¢
£
¥
Pt
ƒ
A0h
á
í
ó
ú
ñ
Ñ
ª
º
¿
⌐
¬
½
¼
¡
«
»
B0h
░
▒
▓
│
┤
╡
╢
╖
╕
╣
║
╗
╝
╜
╛
┐
C0h
└
┴
┬
├
─
┼
╞
╟
╚
╔
╩
╦
╠
═
╬
╧
D0h
╨
╤
╥
╙
╘
╒
╓
╫
╪
┘
┌
█
▄
▌
▐
▀
E0h
α
ß
Γ
π
Σ
σ
μ
τ
Φ
θ
Ω
δ
∞
ø
ε
∩
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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CP-858 (Multilingual + Euro Symbol)
00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
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CP-860 (Portuguese)
00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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CP-863 (Canadian- French)
00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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CP-866 (Cyrillic)
00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
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00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0Ah 0Bh 0Ch 0Dh 0Eh 0Fh
80h
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Command Details
A.1. Overwrite mode
In this mode, the cursor will move towards the right and begin from the upper left position.
When the cursor has reached the end of the upper line, the cursor will move down to the
bottom left position to continue. When the cursor has reached the end of the bottom line,
it will move to up the upper left position and overwrite the previous characters.
A.2. Vertical scroll mode
In this mode, the cursor will move towards the right. The cursor will begin from the upper
left position until it has reached the end of the upper line. The cursor will then move down
to the bottom left position to continue until it has reached the end of the bottom line.
A.3. Horizontal scroll mode
In this mode, the extent of the cursor activity is bound by a predefined range, limited to
the upper line. (Please refer to Set or cancel window command), where the default
window is the whole upper line. The cursor will begin from the left-end of the range and
move rightward until it reached the end of the range, to continue, the characters that
comes thereafter will start pushing the previous characters leftward from the right-end,
scrolling the characters to the left.
A.4. Set the string display mode and write string to display
Set the string display mode, write to upper or lower line d1 d2 d3 … dn
{1≦n≦20}. ‘A’
stands for the upper line, ‘B’ stands for the lower line. The string display mode will be
cancelled and the display will return to the previous mode after receiving CLR or CAN.
A.5. Upper line message continuous scroll
The message (previously defined) will scroll continuously in the horizontal direction until
a new command is received.
A.6. Move cursor left
When the current cursor is at the left-end position, this command operates differently
depending on the display mode.
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Overwrite mode: When the cursor reached the left-end of the lower line, it will
continue to the right-end of the upper line, overwrite previous characters. When it
reached the left end of the upper line, it will continue to the right-end of the lower line.

Vertical scroll mode: When the cursor reached the left-end of the lower line, the
lower line will scroll up and replace the previous upper line, the lower line will be
cleared and the cursor will continue to the right end of the lower line.

Horizontal scroll mode: The cursor will remain stationary.
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A.7. Move cursor right
Move the cursor to the right. When the cursor has reached the right-end, this command
operates differently depending on the display mode.

Overwrite mode: When the cursor has reached the right-end of the lower line, it will
continue to the left-end of the upper line and overwrite previous characters. When it
has reached the right-end of the upper line, it will continue to the right-end of the
lower line.
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Vertical scroll mode: When the cursor has reached the right-end of the lower line,
the lower line will scroll up to replace the upper line, the lower line is cleared and
ready to continue characters thereafter.
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Horizontal scroll mode: The cursor will remain stationary.
A.8. Move cursor up
Move the cursor up one line. When the cursor is on the upper line, this command
operates differently depending on the display mode.
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Overwrite mode: The cursor is moved to the same column the lower line.
Vertical scroll mode: The characters displayed on the upper line is scrolled to the
lower line, and the upper line is cleared. The cursor will remain at the same position.
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Horizontal scroll mode: The cursor will remain stationary.
A.9. Move cursor down
Move the cursor down one line. When the cursor is on the lower line, this command
operates differently depending on the display mode.
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Overwrite mode: The cursor is moved to the same column on the upper line.
Vertical scroll mode: The characters displayed on the lower line are scrolled to the
upper line, and the lower line is cleared. The cursor will remain at the same position.
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Horizontal scroll mode: The cursor will remain stationary.
A.10. Move cursor to home position
The cursor will move to the left-end position of the upper line.
A.11. Move cursor to left-most position
The cursor will be moved to the left-end position of the current line.
A.12. Move cursor to right-most position
The cursor will be moved to the right-end position of the current line.
A.13. Move cursor to bottom position
The cursor will be moved to the right-end position on the lower line.
A.14. Move cursor to specified position
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The cursor will be moved to column x on line y.
A.15. Initialize display
The data in the input buffer will be cleared and reset from default.
A.16. Reset the window
Reset the window on the display.
When s=0, the window is cancelled (values: x1, x2, and y are not required.)
When s=1, the window will be reset (values: x1, x2, and y are required.)
The x1 and x2 set the position of the left column and right column, respectively, of the
window.
The y sets the upper line or the lower line of the window.
This function is valid within the horizontal mode.
A.17. Clear display screen and clear string mode
All the display characters will be cleared, and the string mode will be cancelled.
A.18. Clear current line and cancel string mode
The current line is cleared, and the string mode is cancelled.
A.19. Brightness adjustment
Adjust the brightness of the vacuum fluorescent display.
When n=3, brightness=70%
When n=4, brightness=100%
A.20. Set cursor ON or OFF
When n=0, cursor is OFF
When n=1, cursor is ON
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Control Code Set
HEX
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
0BH
0CH
0DH
0EH
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NULL
SOH, MD1
STX, MD2
ETX, MD3
EOT, MD4
ENQ, MD5
ACK, MD6
BEL, MD7
BS, MD8
HT
LF
VT, HOM
FF, CLR
CR
SO, SLE1
SI, SLE2
HEX
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11H
12H
13H
14H
15H
16H
17H
18H
19H
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1CH
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1EH
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CODE
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS, SF1
US, SF2
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7. OLC 15 VESA II dimensions
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Appendix: Drivers Installation
To download the most recent drivers and utilities, and obtain advice regarding the
installation of your equipment, please visit the AURES Technical Support Website:
www.aures-support.fr
(French)
www.aures-support.fr/UK (English)
www.aures-support.fr/GE (German)
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