MLC 206 to Display Installation
/ Driver Designation: RS1.mll = RS232 Driver
IR.mll = IR Driver /
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MLC 206
Projector Communication Sheet
Read this document for additional assistance on wiring the MLC 206 to your display device. The
notes on the following page(s) are confirmed to work in the manner stated. Deviation on any
component(s) may require a different wiring scheme.
For complete operating instructions pertaining to the MLC 206, please refer to the MLC 206
user’s manual.
For complete operating instructions pertaining to the display device, please refer to the
display device user’s manual.
Projector Manufacturer: Mitsubishi
Projector Model: X70
Projector Driver Name: Mitsubishi_X70_RS1.mll
Revision Date: 04/04/02
Baud rate: 9600
Parity: NONE
Data bits: 8
These are the commands within this driver.
Power On
Autoposition
Additional commands can be added through the Medialink Control Software.
Power Off
Comp 1
Video 1
Still
Audio Mute
Audio Unmute
Volume Up (inc)
Volume Dn (inc)
Mute Toggle
Terminology for the following information:
1.
UC 50 Wire Map – these color wires connect from the MLC206 captive screw terminals to the projector.
2.
MLC 206 RS232 Captive Screw Terminal Designation –
2.1. TX – Always on terminal A, this is the transmit line from the MLC206.
RX – Always on terminal B, this is the receive line where the MLC206 listens for the projector’s response.
GND – Always on terminal E, this is the ground line, which connects to the ground pin on the projector side.
RTS – Always on terminal C, this rarely used connection would tie to the projectors ‘’Request to Send’’ line.
CTS – Always on terminal D, this rarely used connection would tie to the projectors ‘’Clear to Send’’ line.
3.
Projector cable or adapter (if applicable) – This could be a supplied or an accessory cable from the display manufacturer or an
Extron “comm. adapter”. The purpose of this cable is to convert the projectors serial port, which is a non-standard serial connector
to a “standard” DB9 connector.
4.
Projector Communication Port Pin-out – this is the actual serial connector on the display. A “Projector cable” would be used if the
connector is other than a DB9.
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Wiring tested with UC 50 cable.
This side connects to MLC 206
captive screw terminal
This side connects to projector or
projector adapter:
Terminal E
Terminal A
Terminal B
•Projector cable / adapter (if applicable):
Cable Type:
8-pin DIN - 9DBF
•Projectors communication port pin out:
Connector Type:
8-pin DIN
Projector cable / adapter notes:
This projector has an 8pin din port for the 232
communication.
The 26-458-01 may be used if the comm-adapter
from Mitsubishi is not available.
Projector comm. port notes:
On the projector:
Pin 1 - RX
Pin 7 - TX
Pin 4 - Signal Ground
General Notes:
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Projector driver: Mitsubishi_X70_RS1.mll
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Connect here for projector control.
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Projector Driver: Mitsubishi_X70_RS.mll
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