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Serial Communication
LCD-DLP Projector
USERS MANUAL
R5975236
Revision : 04
Revision date : 09032000
Printing date : 17/03/2000
1. Index
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index
1.
Index...................................................................................................... 3
index ........................................................................................................... 4
2.
Communication basics ....................................................................... 14
communication protocol ........................................................................... 15
communication protocol ........................................................................... 16
communication settings ............................................................................ 17
hardware ................................................................................................... 18
hardware ................................................................................................... 19
hardware ................................................................................................... 20
syntax........................................................................................................ 21
syntax........................................................................................................ 22
syntax........................................................................................................ 23
3.
Elementary commands ...................................................................... 24
balance, decrement ................................................................................... 25
balance, increment .................................................................................... 26
bass, decrement......................................................................................... 27
bass, increment ......................................................................................... 28
brightness, decrement ............................................................................... 29
brightness, increment ................................................................................ 30
color, decrement ....................................................................................... 31
color, increment ........................................................................................ 32
contrast, decrement ................................................................................... 33
contrast, increment.................................................................................... 34
infrared control ......................................................................................... 35
infrared control ......................................................................................... 36
infrared control ......................................................................................... 37
mute audio, read ....................................................................................... 38
mute audio, read ....................................................................................... 39
mute audio, write off................................................................................. 40
mute audio, write on ................................................................................. 41
mute video, read ....................................................................................... 42
mute video, read ....................................................................................... 43
mute video, write off................................................................................. 44
mute video, write on ................................................................................. 45
phase, decrement ...................................................................................... 46
phase, increment ....................................................................................... 47
projector status, read................................................................................. 48
projector status, read................................................................................. 49
projector status, write off.......................................................................... 50
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projector status, write on........................................................................... 51
sharpness, decrement ................................................................................ 52
sharpness, increment................................................................................. 53
source/slot, read number ........................................................................... 54
source/slot, read number ........................................................................... 55
source/slot, write number.......................................................................... 56
source/slot, write number.......................................................................... 57
tint, decrement .......................................................................................... 58
tint, increment ........................................................................................... 59
treble, decrement ...................................................................................... 60
treble, increment ....................................................................................... 61
volume, decrement.................................................................................... 62
volume, increment .................................................................................... 63
4.
Advanced commands ......................................................................... 64
800-peripheral, read output module.......................................................... 65
800-peripheral, read output module.......................................................... 66
800-peripheral, write output module......................................................... 67
800-peripheral, write output module......................................................... 68
balance, read ............................................................................................. 69
balance, read ............................................................................................. 70
balance, write............................................................................................ 71
bass, read .................................................................................................. 72
bass, read .................................................................................................. 73
bass, write ................................................................................................. 74
baudrate pc, write ..................................................................................... 75
baudrate pc, write ..................................................................................... 76
blanking bottom, decrement...................................................................... 77
blanking bottom, increment ...................................................................... 78
blanking bottom, read ............................................................................... 79
blanking bottom, read ............................................................................... 80
blanking bottom, write.............................................................................. 81
blanking bottom, write.............................................................................. 82
blanking left, decrement ........................................................................... 83
blanking left, increment ............................................................................ 84
blanking left, read ..................................................................................... 85
blanking left, read ..................................................................................... 86
blanking left, write.................................................................................... 87
blanking left, write.................................................................................... 88
blanking right, decrement ......................................................................... 89
blanking right, increment .......................................................................... 90
blanking right, read................................................................................... 91
blanking right, read................................................................................... 92
blanking right, write.................................................................................. 93
blanking right, write.................................................................................. 94
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blanking top, decrement............................................................................ 95
blanking top, increment ............................................................................ 96
blanking top, read ..................................................................................... 97
blanking top, read ..................................................................................... 98
blanking top, write .................................................................................... 99
blanking top, write .................................................................................. 100
brightness, read....................................................................................... 101
brightness, read....................................................................................... 102
brightness, write...................................................................................... 103
brightness, write...................................................................................... 104
clamp delay, decrement .......................................................................... 105
clamp delay, increment ........................................................................... 106
clamp delay, read .................................................................................... 107
clamp delay, read .................................................................................... 108
clamp delay, write................................................................................... 109
clamp edge, read ..................................................................................... 110
clamp edge, read ..................................................................................... 111
clamp edge, write leading ....................................................................... 112
clamp edge, write trailing ....................................................................... 113
clamp width, decrement .......................................................................... 114
clamp width, increment........................................................................... 115
clamp width, read.................................................................................... 116
clamp width, read.................................................................................... 117
clamp width, write .................................................................................. 118
color, read............................................................................................... 119
color, read............................................................................................... 120
color, write.............................................................................................. 121
color balance, decrement ........................................................................ 122
color balance, increment......................................................................... 123
color balance, read.................................................................................. 124
color balance, read.................................................................................. 125
color balance, read.................................................................................. 126
color balance, write................................................................................. 127
color balance, write................................................................................. 128
color temperature, read ........................................................................... 129
color temperature, read ........................................................................... 130
color temperature, write.......................................................................... 131
color temperature, write.......................................................................... 132
contrast, read........................................................................................... 133
contrast, read........................................................................................... 134
contrast, write ......................................................................................... 135
dimming, decrement ............................................................................... 136
dimming, increment ................................................................................ 137
dimming, read ......................................................................................... 138
dimming, read ......................................................................................... 139
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fade audio, decrement............................................................................. 140
fade audio, decrement............................................................................. 141
fade audio, increment.............................................................................. 142
fade audio, increment.............................................................................. 143
fade audio, read ...................................................................................... 144
fade audio, read ...................................................................................... 145
fade audio, write ..................................................................................... 146
fade audio extern, decrement .................................................................. 147
fade audio extern, decrement .................................................................. 148
fade audio extern, increment................................................................... 149
fade audio extern, increment................................................................... 150
fade audio extern, read............................................................................ 151
fade audio extern, read............................................................................ 152
fade audio extern, write .......................................................................... 153
fade audio extern, write .......................................................................... 154
fade audio intern, decrement................................................................... 155
fade audio intern, decrement................................................................... 156
fade audio intern, increment ................................................................... 157
fade audio intern, read ............................................................................ 158
fade audio intern, read ............................................................................ 159
fade audio intern, write ........................................................................... 160
fade audio intern, write ........................................................................... 161
field polarity, read................................................................................... 162
field polarity, read................................................................................... 163
field polarity, write ................................................................................. 164
field polarity, write ................................................................................. 165
field select, read...................................................................................... 166
field select, read...................................................................................... 167
field select, write..................................................................................... 168
field select, write..................................................................................... 169
file, copy ................................................................................................. 170
file, copy ................................................................................................. 171
file, copy ................................................................................................. 171
file, delete ............................................................................................... 173
file, delete ............................................................................................... 174
file, list.................................................................................................... 175
file, list.................................................................................................... 176
file, list.................................................................................................... 177
file, list active ......................................................................................... 178
file, list active ......................................................................................... 179
file, move ................................................................................................ 180
file, move ................................................................................................ 181
file, move ................................................................................................ 181
file, read.................................................................................................. 183
file, read.................................................................................................. 184
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file, read.................................................................................................. 185
file, rename ............................................................................................. 186
file, rename ............................................................................................. 187
file, rename ............................................................................................. 187
file, write................................................................................................. 189
file, write................................................................................................. 190
file, write................................................................................................. 191
frame delay, read .................................................................................... 192
frame delay, read .................................................................................... 193
frame delay, write off.............................................................................. 194
frame delay, write on .............................................................................. 195
freeze, write off....................................................................................... 196
freeze, write on ....................................................................................... 197
gamma, decrement .................................................................................. 198
gamma, increment................................................................................... 199
gamma, read............................................................................................ 200
gamma, read............................................................................................ 201
gamma, write .......................................................................................... 202
horizontal period, read............................................................................ 203
horizontal period, read............................................................................ 204
horizontal period, write........................................................................... 205
horizontal period, write........................................................................... 206
information display, read ........................................................................ 207
information display, read ........................................................................ 208
infrared ports, read.................................................................................. 209
infrared ports, read.................................................................................. 210
infrared ports, write ................................................................................ 211
infrared ports, write ................................................................................ 212
installation, read...................................................................................... 213
installation, read...................................................................................... 214
installation, write .................................................................................... 215
interlaced, read ....................................................................................... 216
interlaced, read ....................................................................................... 217
interlaced, write off................................................................................. 218
interlaced, write on ................................................................................. 219
internal pattern, write.............................................................................. 220
internal pattern, write.............................................................................. 221
internal pattern, write.............................................................................. 222
internal pattern, write.............................................................................. 223
keystone horizontal, decrement .............................................................. 224
keystone horizontal, increment ............................................................... 225
keystone horizontal, read ........................................................................ 226
keystone horizontal, read ........................................................................ 227
keystone horizontal, write....................................................................... 228
keystone horizontal, write....................................................................... 229
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lamp, read history ................................................................................... 230
lamp, read run time ................................................................................. 231
lamp, read run time ................................................................................. 232
lamp, read serial number......................................................................... 233
lamp, read serial number......................................................................... 234
lamp, read status ..................................................................................... 235
lamp, read status ..................................................................................... 236
lamp, write status .................................................................................... 237
lamp, write status .................................................................................... 238
lamp, reset run time ................................................................................ 239
language, read......................................................................................... 240
language, read......................................................................................... 241
language, write........................................................................................ 242
language, write........................................................................................ 243
lens, bridge ............................................................................................. 244
lens, bridge ............................................................................................. 245
lens, focus ............................................................................................... 246
lens, focus ............................................................................................... 247
lens, shift................................................................................................. 248
lens, shift................................................................................................. 249
lens, tilt ................................................................................................... 250
lens, tilt ................................................................................................... 251
lens, zoom............................................................................................... 252
lens, zoom............................................................................................... 253
lines active, decrement............................................................................ 254
lines active, increment ............................................................................ 255
lines active, read ..................................................................................... 256
lines active, read ..................................................................................... 257
lines active, write .................................................................................... 258
lines active, write .................................................................................... 259
line start, decrement................................................................................ 260
line start, increment ................................................................................ 261
line start, read ......................................................................................... 262
line start, read ......................................................................................... 263
line start, write ........................................................................................ 264
line start, write ........................................................................................ 265
lines total, decrement .............................................................................. 266
lines total, increment............................................................................... 267
lines total, read........................................................................................ 268
lines total, read........................................................................................ 269
lines total, write ...................................................................................... 270
lines total, write ...................................................................................... 271
lock audio, read ...................................................................................... 272
lock audio, read ...................................................................................... 273
lock audio, write ..................................................................................... 274
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lock audio, write ..................................................................................... 275
logo, read background ............................................................................ 276
logo, read background ............................................................................ 277
logo, read hot-key ................................................................................... 278
logo, read hot-key ................................................................................... 279
logo, read position .................................................................................. 280
logo, read position .................................................................................. 281
logo, read status ...................................................................................... 282
logo, read status ...................................................................................... 283
logo, write background ........................................................................... 284
logo, write background ........................................................................... 285
logo, write hot-key.................................................................................. 286
logo, write hot-key.................................................................................. 287
logo, write position ................................................................................. 288
logo, write position ................................................................................. 289
logo, write status..................................................................................... 290
logo, write status..................................................................................... 291
menu, exit ............................................................................................... 292
menu, exit ............................................................................................... 293
MOCA, read version............................................................................... 294
MOCA, read version............................................................................... 295
MOCA, set blue to midposition .............................................................. 296
MOCA, set green to midposition ............................................................ 297
MOCA, set red to midposition................................................................ 298
MOCA, set to midposition...................................................................... 299
MOCA, write blue .................................................................................. 300
MOCA, write blue .................................................................................. 301
MOCA, write green ................................................................................ 302
MOCA, write green ................................................................................ 303
MOCA, write red .................................................................................... 304
MOCA, write red .................................................................................... 305
panel, read size ....................................................................................... 306
panel, read size ....................................................................................... 307
peripheral source, write .......................................................................... 308
peripheral source, write .......................................................................... 309
peripheral source, write .......................................................................... 310
phase, read .............................................................................................. 311
phase, read .............................................................................................. 312
phase, write............................................................................................. 313
phase, write............................................................................................. 314
pixels active, decrement.......................................................................... 315
pixels active, increment .......................................................................... 316
pixels active, read ................................................................................... 317
pixels active, read ................................................................................... 318
pixels active, write .................................................................................. 319
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pixels active, write .................................................................................. 320
pixel start, decrement.............................................................................. 321
pixel start, increment .............................................................................. 322
pixel start, read ....................................................................................... 323
pixel start, read ....................................................................................... 324
pixel start, write ...................................................................................... 325
pixel start, write ...................................................................................... 326
pixels total, decrement ............................................................................ 327
pixels total, increment............................................................................. 328
pixels total, read...................................................................................... 329
pixels total, read...................................................................................... 330
pixels total, write .................................................................................... 331
pixels total, write .................................................................................... 332
programmable blanking, write ................................................................ 333
programmable blanking, write ................................................................ 334
programmable blanking, write ................................................................ 335
programmable blanking, write ................................................................ 336
programmable blanking, write ................................................................ 337
programmable blanking, write ................................................................ 338
projector, read run time .......................................................................... 339
projector, read run time .......................................................................... 340
projector, read serial number .................................................................. 341
projector, read serial number .................................................................. 342
projector, read type................................................................................. 343
projector, read type................................................................................. 344
projector, write address........................................................................... 345
projector, write address........................................................................... 346
sharpness, read........................................................................................ 347
sharpness, read........................................................................................ 348
sharpness, write....................................................................................... 349
sharpness, write....................................................................................... 350
shift horizontal, decrement ..................................................................... 351
shift horizontal, increment ...................................................................... 352
shift horizontal, read ............................................................................... 353
shift horizontal, read ............................................................................... 354
shift horizontal, write.............................................................................. 355
shift horizontal, write.............................................................................. 356
shift vertical, decrement.......................................................................... 357
shift vertical, increment .......................................................................... 358
shift vertical, read ................................................................................... 359
shift vertical, read ................................................................................... 360
shift vertical, write .................................................................................. 361
shift vertical, write .................................................................................. 362
size horizontal, decrement ...................................................................... 363
size horizontal, increment ....................................................................... 364
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size horizontal, read................................................................................ 365
size horizontal, read................................................................................ 366
size horizontal, write............................................................................... 367
size horizontal, write............................................................................... 368
size vertical, decrement .......................................................................... 369
size vertical, increment ........................................................................... 370
size vertical, read .................................................................................... 371
size vertical, read .................................................................................... 372
size vertical, write................................................................................... 373
size vertical, write................................................................................... 374
shutter, close ........................................................................................... 375
shutter, close ........................................................................................... 376
shutter, open ........................................................................................... 377
shutter, open ........................................................................................... 378
shutter, read ............................................................................................ 379
shutter, read ............................................................................................ 380
software, read language .......................................................................... 381
software, read language .......................................................................... 382
software, read type.................................................................................. 383
software, read type.................................................................................. 384
software, read version............................................................................. 385
software, read version............................................................................. 386
source/slot, read number+mode.............................................................. 387
source/slot, read number+mode.............................................................. 388
source/slot, read number+mode.............................................................. 389
source/slot, read number+mode.............................................................. 390
source/slot, write number+mode............................................................. 391
source/slot, write number+mode............................................................. 392
source/slot, write number+mode............................................................. 393
sync, read ................................................................................................ 394
sync, read ................................................................................................ 395
sync, write fast ........................................................................................ 396
sync, write slow ...................................................................................... 397
text, write off .......................................................................................... 398
text, write on ........................................................................................... 399
tint, read.................................................................................................. 400
tint, read.................................................................................................. 401
tint, write................................................................................................. 402
tint, write................................................................................................. 403
treble, read .............................................................................................. 404
treble, read .............................................................................................. 405
treble, write............................................................................................. 406
treble, write............................................................................................. 407
vertical refresh, read ............................................................................... 408
vertical refresh, read ............................................................................... 409
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vertical refresh, write synchronous ......................................................... 410
vertical refresh, write asynchronous ....................................................... 411
vertical sync polarity, read...................................................................... 412
vertical sync polarity, read...................................................................... 413
vertical sync polarity, write leading ........................................................ 414
vertical sync polarity, write trailing ........................................................ 415
volume, read ........................................................................................... 416
volume, read ........................................................................................... 417
volume, write .......................................................................................... 418
Appendix : Command summary .............................................................. 419
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 420
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 421
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 422
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 423
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 424
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 425
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 426
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 427
appendix : command summary ............................................................... 428
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2. Communication basics
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communication protocol
Communication protocol summary
Start byte
\xfe
Projector address
Command byte(s)
Data bytes(OPTIONAL)
Checksum byte
Stop byte
\xff
Start byte
The "start byte" informs the projector (in case of
transmission) or the computer (in case of reception) that a
new data transfer will take place.
Projector address :
The "projector address" defines the address of the
projector the computer wants to talk to (in case of
transmission) or the address of the projector that answers
(in case of reception).
The maximum number of projectors that can be addressed
by one computer is 256.
Command byte(s) :
There is at least one command byte to define the action to
be performed. Commands that are not often used or
complex commands can take more than one byte.
All command bytes that are sent by the computer to get
information out of the projector are repeated in the answerdata-transfer of the projector.
Data bytes(OPTIONAL) :
Wheather the command bytes are followed by one or more
data bytes depends on the contents of the command bytes.
(Some commands are not followed by data bytes at all !)
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Checksum byte :
The "checksum byte" is used to detect errors during
transmission or reception.
Formula :
Checksum byte
= (Projector address + Command bytes + Data bytes) modulo 256
Stop byte :
The "stop byte" informs the projector (in case of
transmission) or the computer (in case of reception) that
the data transfer is complete and that the interpretation of
the command and data bytes can start.
Any command byte, data byte or checksum byte
that equals \x80, \xfe or \xff has to be converted !
Transmission :
- Instead of \x80, send \x80 followed by \x00.
- Instead of \xfe, send \x80 followed by \x7e.
- Instead of \xff, send \x80 followed by \x7f.
Reception :
- Replace \x80 followed by \x00 with \x80.
- Replace \x80 followed by \x7e with \xfe.
- Replace \x80 followed by \x7f with \xff..
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communication settings
Communication settings summary
Baud rate
see Owner's Manual
Data bits
8
Parity
no
Stop bits
1
Baud Rate :
Defines the speed of the data transfer.
The baud rate can be set, depending on the type of
projector, using the dip switches on the processor board of
the projector or using the menu structure.
Consult the Owner's Manual of the projector on how to
change the baud rate setting !
Data Bits :
Eight data bits are used for each character of the data
transfer.
Parity :
There is NO parity bit used to perform error checking.
Stop Bits :
One stop bit is used to define the end of a character.
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hardware
Connector labelled "RS232 IN" :
This female D9-pin connector is used to connect the
projector with the computer.
Connector labelled "RS232 OUT" :
This male D9-pin connector is used to drive the next
projector in a chain.
Pin-out :
The pin-out is the 'standard' PC-AT convention, which is :
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Name
CD
RxD
TxD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
Full name
Carrier Detect
Received Data
Transmitted Data
Data Terminal Ready
Signal Ground
Data Set Ready
Request To Send
Clear To Send
Ring Indicator
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hardware
Cable (IBM PC or compatible
D9
female
projector) :
1
CD
2
RxD
3
TxD
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
1
CD
2
RxD
3
TxD
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
D9
male
order number R9827560 (cable length = 15m)
order number R9827570 (cable length = 30m)
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hardware
Cable (MAC
DIN
mini 8
projector) :
1
HSKo
2
HSKi
3
TxD4
GND
5
RXD6
TXD+
7
n.c.
8
RXD+
4
DTR
8
CTS
3
TxD
5
GND
2
RxD
D9
male
order number R9827640 (D9-DIN mini8; cable length = 1m)
order number R9827560 (D9-D9; cable length = 15m)
order number R9827570 (D9-D9; cable length = 30m)
Signal levels :
State
off = 1
on = 0
Voltage
-9V
+9V
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syntax
Characters :
In this manual, all characters are expressed using the Clanguage syntax :
decimal values
hexadecimal values
ddd
\xhh
ddd = 0..255
hh = 00..ff
Negative values/numbers :
The 2s complement number system is used to express
negative numbers.
Pascal-language string :
A Pascal-language string consists of one or more
characters. The first character of the string contains the
length of the string. Therefore, a Pascal-language string is
limited to 255 characters.
Example : "hello world"
length
'h'
'e'
'l'
'l'
'o'
''
'w'
'o'
'r'
'l'
'd'
\x0b
\x68
\x65
\x6c
\x6c
\x6f
\x20
\x77
\x6f
\x72
\x6c
\x64
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syntax
C-language string :
A C-language string consists of one or more characters.
The last character of the string is always the NULL (\x00)
character. Therefore, the length of a C-language string is
determined by the position of the NULL character.
Example : "hello world"
'h'
'e'
'l'
'l'
'o'
''
'w'
'o'
'r'
'l'
'd'
NULL
\x68
\x65
\x6c
\x6c
\x6f
\x20
\x77
\x6f
\x72
\x6c
\x64
\x00
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syntax
Filename
A filename is specified as a C-language string. This string
has to follow some rules :
Filename
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
x x x x x x x x .
11
12
y z z NULL
'b'
'l'
'v'
'5'
'c'
'm'
'w'
'6'
'd'
'n'
'x'
'7'
'e'
'o'
'y'
'8'
'f'
'p'
'z'
'9'
'g'
'q'
'0'
'_'
'h'
'r'
'1'
'-'
'i'
's'
'2'
''
'j'
't'
'3'
y = kind of file (= 1 character)
's'
'c'
10
length string = 12
x = character of the base name (= 8 characters)
'a'
'k'
'u'
'4'
9
standard file
predefined file stored in read-only memory
custom file
file created by the user and stored in non-volatile readwrite memory
z = file index (= 2 characters)
'0'
'1'
'2'
'3'
'4'
'5'
'6'
'7'
'8'
'9'
- zz specifies the location in memory where the file
is stored
- for standard files : zz = 00..maximum standard files
- for custom files : zz = 00..63 where 00 is reserved
for the file 'none .c00' (file loaded when no signal
is applied).
yzz is a unique combination. In other words, no two
files can exist with the same extension yzz.
To specify more than one file you can use the question
mark (?) wildcard character for x, y and z. This wildcard
character can represent any possible character on that
location.
Examples : "ntsc .c01", "svga_60v.s?7", "????????.???"
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3. Elementary commands
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balance, decrement
Description :
Decrement balance.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x0a
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Decrement balance of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x0a
\x2e
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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balance, increment
Description :
Increment balance.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x0a
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Increment balance of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x0a
\x2d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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bass, decrement
Description :
Decrement bass.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x08
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Decrement bass of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x08
\x2c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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bass, increment
Description :
Increment bass.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x08
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Increment bass of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x08
\x2b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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brightness, decrement
Description :
Decrement brightness.
Command :
Command[0]
\x04
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Decrement the brightness of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x04
\x05
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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brightness, increment
Description :
Increment brightness.
Command :
Command[0]
\x03
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the brightness of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x03
\x04
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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color, decrement
Description :
Decrement color (saturation).
Command :
Command[0]
\x06
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the color of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x06
\x07
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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color, increment
Description :
Increment color (saturation).
Command :
Command[0]
\x05
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the color of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x05
\x06
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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contrast, decrement
Description :
Decrement contrast.
Command :
Command[0]
\x02
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement contrast of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x02
\x03
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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contrast, increment
Description :
Increment contrast.
Command :
Command[0]
\x01
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment contrast of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x01
\x02
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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infrared control
Description :
Simulation of the infrared remote control unit.
The codes act in the same way as if they were sent by an
infrared remote control unit or the local keypad.
Command :
Command[0]
\x30
Data :
Possible codes used for Data[0] :
Key
*
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ADDR
ADJUST
ARROW DOWN
ARROW LEFT
ARROW RIGHT
ARROW UP
BALANCE+
BALANCE-
Data[0]
\x77
\x19
\x10
\x11
\x12
\x13
\x14
\x15
\x16
\x17
\x18
\x20
\x09
\x05
\x07
\x06
\x04
\x3e
\x3f
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infrared control
BASS+
BASSBRIGHTNESS
BRIGHTNESS+
BRIGHTNESSCOLOR
COLOR+
COLORCONTRAST
CONTRAST+
CONTRASTENTER
EXIT
FREEZ
HELP
MUTE
PAUSE
PHASE
PHASE+
PHASESHARPNESS
SHARPNESS+
SHARPNESSSTDBY
TEXT
TINT
TINT+
TINTTREBLE+
TREBLEVOLUME+
VOLUME-
\x3a
\x3b
\x27
\x2a
\x2b
\x30
\x2c
\x2d
\x25
\x28
\x29
\x0a
\x08
\x1b
\x1e
\x1f
\x0f
\x32
\x34
\x35
\x33
\x36
\x37
\x0e
\x0d
\x31
\x2e
\x2f
\x3c
\x3d
\x38
\x39
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infrared control
Example :
Select source 3 of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x30
\x12
\x43
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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mute audio, read
Description :
Read the status of mute audio.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x3d
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = status mute audio.
Mute audio
Disabled
Enabled
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
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mute audio, read
Example :
Read the status of mute audio of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the audio is muted.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x3d
\x5f
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x3d
\x01
\x60
\xff
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mute audio, write off
Description :
Disable audio mute.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x3d
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Disable audio mute of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x26
\x3d
\x64
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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mute audio, write on
Description :
Enable audio mute.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x3d
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Enable audio mute of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x3d
\x65
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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mute video, read
Description :
Read the status of mute video.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x3e
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = status mute video.
Mute audio
Disabled
Enabled
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
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mute video, read
Example :
Read the status of mute video of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the video is muted.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x3e
\x60
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x3e
\x01
\x61
\xff
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mute video, write off
Description :
Disable video mute.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x3e
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Disable video mute of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x26
\x3e
\x65
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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mute video, write on
Description :
Enable video mute.
The on-screen-display will be muted too !
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x3e
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Enable video mute of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x3e
\x66
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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phase, decrement
Description :
Decrement phase.
Command :
Command[0]
\x0c
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement phase of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x0c
\x0d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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phase, increment
Description :
Increment phase.
Command :
Command[0]
\x0b
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment phase of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x0b
\x0c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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projector status, read
Description :
Read the projector status.
Command :
Command[0]
\x67
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data consists of one data byte containing the
projector status. Only bit0 (least significant bit) to
bit3/bit4* are significant.
bit#
bit0
bit1
bit2
bit3
bit = 0
bit = 1
projector is off
projector is on
text is off
text is on
video mute is off video mute is on
picture is not
picture is frozen
frozen
bit4* no 800800-peripheral
peripheral
connected
connected
* : bit 4 is not significant for BD5000,
BD8000 and BD8000LC.
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projector status, read
Example :
Read the status of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the status is projector on, text on, video mute off,
picture frozen and no 800-peripheral connected.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x67
\x68
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x67
\x0b
\x73
\xff
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projector status, write off
Description :
Set the projector off.
Command :
Command[0]
\x66
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set the projector with address \x01 off.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x66
\x67
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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projector status, write on
Description :
Set the projector on.
Command :
Command[0]
\x65
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set the projector with address \x01 on.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x65
\x66
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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sharpness, decrement
Description :
Decrement sharpness.
Command :
Command[0]
\x0a
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement sharpness of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x0a
\x0b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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sharpness, increment
Description :
Increment sharpness.
Command :
Command[0]
\x09
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment sharpness of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x09
\x0a
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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source/slot, read number
Description :
Read active source or slot.
Command :
Command[0]
\x32
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Source or slot number (\x01..).
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source/slot, read number
Example :
Read the active source/slot number of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the answer is \x03.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x32
\x33
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x32
\x03
\x36
\xff
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source/slot, write number
Description :
Select a source or slot.
Command :
Command[0]
\x31
Data :
Source or slot number (\x01..).
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source/slot, write number
Example :
Select source 1 of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x31
\x01
\x33
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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tint, decrement
Description :
Decrement tint (hue).
Command :
Command[0]
\x08
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement tint of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x08
\x09
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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tint, increment
Description :
Increment tint (hue).
Command :
Command[0]
\x07
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment tint of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x07
\x08
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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treble, decrement
Description :
Decrement treble.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x09
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Decrement treble of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x09
\x2d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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treble, increment
Description :
Increment treble.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x09
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Increment treble of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x09
\x2c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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volume, decrement
Description :
Decrement volume.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x07
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Decrement volume of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x07
\x2b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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volume, increment
Description :
Increment volume.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x07
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Increment volume of a projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x07
\x2a
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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4. Advanced commands
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800-peripheral, read output module
Description :
Read the configuration of the 800-peripheral output
module.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf2
\x81
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = configuration.
Output module
configuration
Standard
5 Cable
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Read the configuration of the 800-peripheral output
module of a projector with address \x01. Suppose it
indicates to be “Standard”.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf2
\x81
\x74
\xff
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800-peripheral, read output module
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf2
\x81
\x00
\x74
\xff
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800-peripheral, write output module
Description :
Set-up the configuration of the 800-peripheral output
module.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf2
\x01
Data :
Data[0] = configuration.
Output module
configuration
Standard
5 Cable
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Configure the 800-peripheral output module to be
“Standard” of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf2
\x01
\x00
\xf4
\xff
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800-peripheral, write output module
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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balance, read
Description :
Read the actual balance value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x0a
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = balance value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Read the actual balance value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the balance equals \xeb (= -21).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x0a
\x2c
\xff
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balance, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x0a
\xeb
\x17
\xff
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balance, write
Description :
Write a new balance value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x0a
Data :
Data[0] = balance value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Set the balance to \xeb (= -21) on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x20
Command[1]
\x0a
Data[0]
\xeb
Checksum
\x16
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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bass, read
Description :
Read the actual bass value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x08
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = bass value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Read the actual bass value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the bass equals \x01 (= +1).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x08
\x2a
\xff
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bass, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x08
\x01
\x2b
\xff
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bass, write
Description :
Write a new bass value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x08
Data :
Data[0] = bass value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Set the bass to \x01 (= +1) on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x20
Command[1]
\x08
Data[0]
\x01
Checksum
\x2a
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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baudrate pc, write
Description :
Change de pc baudrate.
Command :
Command[0]
Data :
Data[]
\x75
c-language string
Notes :
- The acknowledge is sent at the same baudrate as the
question. The baudrate will be changed after transmission
of the acknowledge sequence.
- If the data contains a non-valid c-language string or an
invalid baudrate, the baudrate will be set to 9600.
Example :
Change the pc baudrate to 2400 baud of a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x75
\x32 (= '2')
\x34 (= ‘4’)
\x30 (= ‘0’)
\x30 (= ‘0’)
\x00
\x3c
\xff
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baudrate pc, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking bottom, decrement
Description :
Decrement blanking bottom.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x4d
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement blanking bottom of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x4d
\x71
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking bottom, increment
Description :
Increment blanking bottom.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x4d
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment blanking bottom of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x4d
\x70
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking bottom, read
Description :
Read the actual value of blanking bottom.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x4d
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of blanking bottom.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of blanking bottom of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the blanking bottom equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4d
\x6f
\xff
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blanking bottom, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4d
\x00
\x00
\x6f
\xff
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blanking bottom, write
Description :
Write a new value for blanking bottom.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x4d
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of blanking bottom.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the blanking bottom to 0 on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x4d
\x00
\x00
\x6e
\xff
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blanking bottom, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking left, decrement
Description :
Decrement blanking left.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x4e
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement blanking left of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x4e
\x72
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking left, increment
Description :
Increment blanking left.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x4e
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment blanking left of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x4e
\x71
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking left, read
Description :
Read the actual value of blanking left.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x4e
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of blanking left.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of blanking left of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the blanking left equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4e
\x70
\xff
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blanking left, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4e
\x00
\x00
\x70
\xff
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blanking left, write
Description :
Write a new value for blanking left.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x4e
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of blanking left.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the blanking left to 0 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x4e
\x00
\x00
\x6f
\xff
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blanking left, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking right, decrement
Description :
Decrement blanking right.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x4f
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement blanking right of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x4f
\x73
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking right, increment
Description :
Increment blanking right.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x4f
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment blanking right of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x4f
\x72
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking right, read
Description :
Read the actual value of blanking right.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x4f
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of blanking right.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of blanking right of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the blanking right equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4f
\x71
\xff
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blanking right, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4f
\x00
\x00
\x71
\xff
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blanking right, write
Description :
Write a new value for blanking right.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x4f
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of blanking right.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the blanking right to 0 on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x4f
\x00
\x00
\x70
\xff
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blanking right, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking top, decrement
Description :
Decrement blanking top.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x4c
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement blanking top of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x4c
\x70
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking top, increment
Description :
Increment blanking top.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x4c
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment blanking top of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x4c
\x6f
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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blanking top, read
Description :
Read the actual value of blanking top.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x4c
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of blanking top.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of blanking top of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the blanking top equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4c
\x6e
\xff
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blanking top, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4c
\x00
\x00
\x6e
\xff
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blanking top, write
Description :
Write a new value for blanking top.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x4c
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of blanking top.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the blanking top to 0 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x4c
\x00
\x00
\x6d
\xff
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blanking top, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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brightness, read
Description :
Read the actual brightness value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x02
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = brightness value.
Example :
Read the actual brightness value of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the brightness equals \x20.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x02
\x24
\xff
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brightness, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x02
\x20
\x44
\xff
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brightness, write
Description :
Write a new brightness value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x02
Data :
Data[0] = brightness value.
Example :
Set the brightness to \x20 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x02
\x20
\x43
\xff
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brightness, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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clamp delay, decrement
Description :
Decrement the clamp delay.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x67
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the clamp delay of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x67
\x8b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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clamp delay, increment
Description :
Increment the clamp delay.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x67
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the clamp delay of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x67
\x8a
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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clamp delay, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the clamp delay.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x67
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = value of the clamp delay.
Example :
Read the actual value of the clamp delay of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the clamp delay equals \x00.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x67
\x89
\xff
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clamp delay, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x67
\x00
\x89
\xff
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clamp delay, write
Description :
Write a new value for the clamp delay.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x67
Data :
Data[0] = value of the clamp delay.
Example :
Set the clamp delay to \x00 on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x67
\x00
\x88
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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clamp edge, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the clamp edge.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x66
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = value of the clamp edge.
Leading
Trailing
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Read the actual value of the clamp edge of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the clamp edge is leading.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x66
\x88
\xff
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clamp edge, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x66
\x00
\x88
\xff
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clamp edge, write leading
Description :
Set the clamp edge to leading.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x66
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set the clamp edge to leading on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x26
\x66
\x8d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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clamp edge, write trailing
Description :
Set the clamp edge to trailing.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x66
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set the clamp edge to trailing on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x66
\x8e
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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clamp width, decrement
Description :
Decrement the clamp width.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x68
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the clamp width of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x68
\x8c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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clamp width, increment
Description :
Increment the clamp width.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x68
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the clamp width of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x68
\x8b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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clamp width, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the clamp width.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x68
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = value of the clamp width.
Example :
Read the actual value of the clamp width of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the clamp width equals \x32.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x68
\x8a
\xff
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clamp width, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x68
\x32
\xbc
\xff
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clamp width, write
Description :
Write a new value for the clamp width.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x68
Data :
Data[0] = value of the clamp width.
Example :
Set the clamp width to \x32 on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x68
\x32
\xbb
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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color, read
Description :
Read the actual color (saturation) value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x03
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = color value.
Example :
Read the actual color value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the color equals \x20.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x03
\x25
\xff
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color, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x03
\x20
\x45
\xff
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color, write
Description :
Write a new color (saturation) value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x03
Data :
Data[0] = color value.
Example :
Set the color to \x20 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x03
\x20
\x44
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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color balance, decrement
Description :
Decrement the actual color balance.
Command (color balance red/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x43
Command (color balance blue/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x44
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the color balance red/green on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x23
Command[1]
\x43
Checksum
\x67
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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color balance, increment
Description :
Increment the actual color balance.
Command (color balance red/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x43
Command (color balance blue/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x44
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the color balance red/green on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x22
Command[1]
\x43
Checksum
\x66
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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color balance, read
Description :
Read the color balance.
Command (color balance red/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x43
Command (color balance blue/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x44
Data (only in case of reading the color balance of a
specified color temperature) :
Data[0] = color temperature.
Data[0]
0
1
2
32
54
65
93
"PROJECTOR WHITE"
custom color balance
derived from
"PROJECTOR WHITE"
custom color balance
derived from 3200, 5400,
6500 or 9300
3200
5400
6500
9300
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color balance, read
Return data :
Data[0] = value of color balance multiplied by 100.
Data[0]
\x00..\xfa
Example : Data[0]=\x64 equals 1.00
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color balance, read
Example :
Read the color balance red/green of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the color balance equals 1.00.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x43
\x65
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x43
\x64
\xc9
\xff
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color balance, write
Description :
Write the actual color balance.
Command (color balance red/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x43
Command (color balance blue/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x44
Data :
Data[0] = value of color balance multiplied by 100.
Data[0]
\x00..\xfa
Example : Data[0]=\x64 equals 1.00
Example :
Set the color balance red/green to 1.00 on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x43
\x64
\xc8
\xff
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color balance, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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color temperature, read
Description :
Read the actural color temperature.
Command (color balance red/green) :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x45
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = color temperature.
Data[0]
0
1
2
32
54
65
93
"PROJECTOR WHITE"
custom color balance
derived from
"PROJECTOR WHITE"
custom color balance
derived from 3200, 5400,
6500 or 9300
3200
5400
6500
9300
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color temperature, read
Example :
Read the actual color temperature of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the color temperature equals 6500.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x45
\x67
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x45
\x41
\xa8
\xff
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color temperature, write
Description :
Write the color temperature.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x45
Data :
Data[0] = color temperature.
Data[0]
0
1
2
32
54
65
93
"PROJECTOR WHITE"
custom color balance
derived from
"PROJECTOR WHITE"
custom color balance
derived from 3200, 5400,
6500 or 9300
3200
5400
6500
9300
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color temperature, write
Example :
Set the color temperature to 6500 on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x45
\x41
\xa7
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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contrast, read
Description :
Read the actual contrast value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x01
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = contrast value.
Example :
Read the actual contrast value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the contrast equals \x30.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x01
\x23
\xff
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contrast, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x01
\x30
\x53
\xff
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contrast, write
Description :
Write a new contrast value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x01
Data :
Data[0] = contrast value.
Example :
Set the contrast to \x30 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x01
\x30
\x52
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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dimming, decrement
Description :
Decrement dimming.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x0d
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
Please verify the Owner's Manual of the projector if the
dimming feature is supported.
Example :
Decrement dimming of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x23
Command[1]
\x0d
Checksum
\x31
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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dimming, increment
Description :
Increment dimming.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x0d
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
Please verify the Owner's Manual of the projector if the
dimming feature is supported.
Example :
Increment dimming of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x22
Command[1]
\x0d
Checksum
\x30
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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dimming, read
Description :
Read the dimming value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x0d
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = dimming value.
Projector type :
Please verify the Owner's Manual of the projector if the
dimming feature is supported.
Example :
Read the dimming value of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the dimming equals \x07.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x0d
\x2f
\xff
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dimming, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x0d
\x07
\x36
\xff
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fade audio, decrement
Description :
Decrement the fade value. The audio volume level of the
external speaker(s) will decrease or the audio volume of
the internal speaker(s) will increase.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x5f
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Decrement the fade value of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x23
Command[1]
\x5f
Checksum
\x83
Stop
\xff
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fade audio, decrement
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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fade audio, increment
Description :
Increment the fade value. The audio volume level of the
external speaker(s) will increase or the audio volume of
the internal speaker(s) will decrease.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x5f
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Increment the fade value of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x22
Command[1]
\x5f
Checksum
\x82
Stop
\xff
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fade audio, increment
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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fade audio, read
Description :
Read the actual fade value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x5f
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = fade value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Read the actual fade value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the value equals -15 (\xf1).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5f
\x81
\xff
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fade audio, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5f
\xf1
\x72
\xff
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fade audio, write
Description :
Write a new fade value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x5f
Data :
Data[0] = fade value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Set the fade value to -15 (\xf1) on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x20
Command[1]
\x5f
Data[0]
\xf1
Checksum
\x71
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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fade audio extern, decrement
Description :
Decrement the fade value of the external speaker(s). The
audio volume level of the external speaker(s) will
decrease.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x41
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Decrement the fade value of the external speaker(s) of a
projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x41
\x65
\xff
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fade audio extern, decrement
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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fade audio extern, increment
Description :
Increment the fade value of the external speaker(s). The
audio volume level of the external speaker(s) will increase.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x41
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Increment the fade value of the external speaker of a
projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x41
\x64
\xff
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fade audio extern, increment
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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fade audio extern, read
Description :
Read the actual fade value of the external speaker(s).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x41
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = fade value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Read the actual fade value of the external speaker(s) of a
projector with address \x01. Suppose the value equals 15.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x41
\x63
\xff
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fade audio extern, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x41
\x0f
\x72
\xff
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fade audio extern, write
Description :
Write a new fade value for the extern speaker(s).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x41
Data :
Data[0] = fade value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Set the fade value for the external speaker(s) to \x0f on a
projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x41
\x0f
\x71
\xff
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fade audio extern, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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fade audio intern, decrement
Description :
Decrement the fade value of the internal speaker. The
audio volume level of the internal speaker will decrease.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x40
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Decrement the fade value of the internal speaker of a
projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x40
\x64
\xff
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fade audio intern, decrement
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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fade audio intern, increment
Description :
Increment the fade value of the internal speaker. The
audio volume level of the internal speaker will increase.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x40
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the fade value of the internal speaker of a
projector with address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x22
Command[1]
\x40
Checksum
\x63
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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fade audio intern, read
Description :
Read the actual fade value of the internal speaker.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x40
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = fade value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Read the actual fade value of the internal speaker of a
projector with address \x01. Suppose the value equals 15.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x40
\x62
\xff
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fade audio intern, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x40
\x0f
\x71
\xff
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fade audio intern, write
Description :
Write a new fade value for the intern speaker.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x40
Data :
Data[0] = fade value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Set the fade value for the internal speaker to \x0f on a
projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x40
\x0f
\x70
\xff
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fade audio intern, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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field polarity, read
Description :
Read the actial position of field polarity.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x62
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = field polarity.
Negative
Positive
Automatic
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
Example :
Read the actual field polarity of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose there is automatic installation of the field
polarity.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x21
Command[1]
\x62
Checksum
\x84
Stop
\xff
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field polarity, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x62
\x02
\x86
\xff
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field polarity, write
Description :
Change the field polarity value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x62
Data :
Data[0] = field polarity.
Negative
Positive
Automatic
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
Example :
Set the field polarity to automatic on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x62
\x02
\x85
\xff
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field polarity, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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field select, read
Description :
Read what field is actualy selected.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x63
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = selected field.
Even
Odd
Both
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
Example :
Read the actual selected field of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose both fields are displayed.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x63
\x85
\xff
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field select, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x63
\x02
\x87
\xff
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field select, write
Description :
Change the field selection.
(Only in case of interlaced images.)
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x63
Data :
Data[0] = field selection.
Even
Odd
Both
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
Example :
Select both fields on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x63
\x02
\x86
\xff
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field select, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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file, copy
Description :
Copy file1 to file2.
- File2 (destination file) has to be a custom file.
- If the location specified by the "file index" of file2 has
already been taken up, file2 will overwrite that contents.
- If file1 and file2 point to the same location, the base
name of file1 is replaced by the base name of file2 without
affecting other data.
Command :
Command[0]
\xc2
Data :
From filename followed by the to filename (no wildcards
allowed).
Example :
Copy the file "ntsc .c01" to "camera1 .c05" on a
projector with address \x01.
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file, copy
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Data[13]
Data[14]
Data[15]
Data[16]
Data[17]
Data[18]
Data[19]
Data[20]
Data[21]
Data[22]
Data[23]
Data[24]
Data[25]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xc2
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\x00
\x63 (= 'c')
\x61 (= 'a')
\x6d (= 'm')
\x65 (= 'e')
\x72 (= 'r')
\x61 (= 'a')
\x31 (= '1')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x35 (= '5')
\x00
\x9d
\xff
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Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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file, delete
Description :
Delete one or more files.
- Only custom files (????????.c??) can be deleted.
Command :
Command[0]
\xc1
Data :
One or more filenames (wildcards allowed).
Example :
Delete all files starting with the characters "nt" on a
projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\xc1
Data[0]
\x6e (= 'n')
Data[1]
\x74 (= 't')
Data[2]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[3]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[4]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[5]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[6]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[7]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[8]
\x2e (= '.')
Data[9]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[10]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[11]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[12]
\x00
Checksum
\x09
Stop
\xff
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file, delete
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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file, list
Description :
Get a list of files.
Command :
Command[0]
\xc0
Data :
One or more filenames (wildcards allowed).
Example :
Get a list of all files starting with the characters "nt" on a
projector with address \x01. Suppose there are 2 files :
"ntsc .s02" and "ntsc_rgb.c01".
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\xc0
Data[0]
\x6e (= 'n')
Data[1]
\x74 (= 't')
Data[2]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[3]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[4]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[5]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[6]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[7]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[8]
\x2e (= '.')
Data[9]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[10]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[11]
\x3f (= '?')
Data[12]
\x00
Checksum
\x08
Stop
\xff
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file, list
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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file, list
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Data[13]
Data[14]
Data[15]
Data[16]
Data[17]
Data[18]
Data[19]
Data[20]
Data[21]
Data[22]
Data[23]
Data[24]
Data[25]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xc0
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x73 (= 's')
\x30 (= '0')
\x32 (= '2')
\x00
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x5f (= '_')
\x72 (= 'r')
\x67 (= 'g')
\x62 (= 'b')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\x00
\x40
\xff
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file, list active
Description :
Get the filename of the active file.
Command :
Command[0]
\xc5
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Get the filename of the active file on a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the filename is "ntsc .c01".
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xc5
\xc6
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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file, list active
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xc5
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\x00
\xf0
\xff
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file, move
Description :
Move file1 to file2.
- Only custom files can be moved.
- If the location specified by the "file index" of file2 has
already been taken up, file2 will overwrite that contents.
- If file1 and file2 point to the same location, the base
name of file1 is replaced by the base name of file2 without
affecting other data.
Command :
Command[0]
\xc4
Data :
From filename followed by the to filename (no wildcards
allowed).
Example :
Move the file "ntsc .c01" to "camera1 .c05" on a
projector with address \x01.
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file, move
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Data[13]
Data[14]
Data[15]
Data[16]
Data[17]
Data[18]
Data[19]
Data[20]
Data[21]
Data[22]
Data[23]
Data[24]
Data[25]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xc4
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\x00
\x63 (= 'c')
\x61 (= 'a')
\x6d (= 'm')
\x65 (= 'e')
\x72 (= 'r')
\x61 (= 'a')
\x31 (= '1')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x35 (= '5')
\x00
\x9f
\xff
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Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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file, read
Description :
Read the contents of a file.
- This command can be used to make a backup of your
projector files on your hard disk. Use the command “file,
write” to restore those files on your projector.
- The file contents is compressed and projector-dependent.
(It could even be version-dependent.)
Command :
Command[0]
\xbf
Data :
Filename.
Return data :
Data[0..12] = filename.
Data[13] = length of file contents (bytes)
Data[14..] = file contents
Example (imaginary) :
Read the contents of the file "ntsc .c01" on a projector
with address \x01.
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file, read
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xbf
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\x00
\xea
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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file, read
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Data[13]
Data[14]
Data[15]
Data[16]
Data[17]
Data[18]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xbf
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31(= '1)
\x00
\x05
\x56
\x22
\x37
\x19
\x53
\x09
\xff
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file, rename
Description :
Rename file1 to file2.
- Only custom files can be renamed.
- Only the base name of a file can be renamed. This means
that file1 and file2 have to point to the same location (file1
and file2 must have the same "file index")
Command :
Command[0]
\xc3
Data :
Old filename followed by the new filename (no wildcards
allowed).
Example :
Rename the file "ntsc .c01" to "camera1 .c01" on a
projector with address \x01.
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file, rename
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Data[13]
Data[14]
Data[15]
Data[16]
Data[17]
Data[18]
Data[19]
Data[20]
Data[21]
Data[22]
Data[23]
Data[24]
Data[25]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xc3
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\x00
\x63 (= 'c')
\x61 (= 'a')
\x6d (= 'm')
\x65 (= 'e')
\x72 (= 'r')
\x61 (= 'a')
\x31 (= '1')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\x00
\x9a
\xff
file, rename
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Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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file, write
Description :
Write the contents of a file.
- This command can be used to restore files that were
previously backed up on your hard disk to your projector.
See the command “file, read” for more information on
how to backup files to your hard disk.
- The file contents is compressed and projector-dependent.
(It could even be version-dependent.)
Command :
Command[0]
\xbe
Data :
Data[0..12] = filename.
Data[13] = length of file contents (bytes)
Data[14..] = file contents
Example (imaginary) :
Write the contents of the file "ntsc .c01" on a projector
with address \x01.
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file, write
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Data[13]
Data[14]
Data[15]
Data[16]
Data[17]
Data[18]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xbe
\x6e (= 'n')
\x74 (= 't')
\x73 (= 's')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x2e (= '.')
\x63 (= 'c')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\x00
\x05
\x56
\x22
\x37
\x19
\x53
\x09
\xff
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file, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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frame delay, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the frame delay.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x65
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = value of the frame delay.
Off
On
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Projector type :
Please verify the Owner's Manual of the projector if the
frame delay is implemented.
Example :
Read the actual value of the frame delay of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the frame delay is on.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x65
\x87
\xff
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frame delay, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x65
\x01
\x88
\xff
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frame delay, write off
Description :
Set the frame delay off.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x65
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
Please verify the Owner's Manual of the projector if the
frame delay is implemented.
Example :
Set the frame delay off on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x26
\x65
\x8c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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frame delay, write on
Description :
Set the frame delay on.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x65
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
Please verify the Owner's Manual of the projector if the
frame delay is implemented.
Example :
Set the frame delay on on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x65
\x8d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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freeze, write off
Description :
Disable freeze.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x23
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Disable freeze of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x26
\x23
\x4a
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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freeze, write on
Description :
Enable freeze.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x23
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Enable freeze of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x23
\x4b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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gamma, decrement
Description :
Decrement gamma.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x70
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the gamma of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x70
\x94
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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gamma, increment
Description :
Increment gamma.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x70
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the gamma of a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x70
\x93
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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gamma, read
Description :
Read the actual gamma value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x70
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = gamma value.
Example :
Read the actual gamma of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the gamma equals \x05 (= 5).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x70
\x92
\xff
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gamma, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x70
\x05
\x97
\xff
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gamma, write
Description :
Write a new gamma value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x70
Data :
Data[0] = gamma value.
Example :
Set the gamma to \x05 (= 5) on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x70
\x05
\x96
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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horizontal period, read
Description :
Read the horizontal period in nanoseconds.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x5b
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..3] = horizontal period in nanoseconds.
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the horizontal period of the active source on a
projector with address \x01. Suppose the active file is
xga_60 with a horizontal period of 48360 ns.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5b
\x7d
\xff
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horizontal period, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5b
\x00
\x00
\xbc
\xe8
\x21
\xff
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horizontal period, write
Description :
Write the horizontal period in nanoseconds.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x5b
Data :
Data[0..3] = horizontal period in nanoseconds.
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the horizontal period to 48360 ns (xga_60) on a
projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x5b
\x00
\x00
\xbc
\xe8
\x20
\xff
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horizontal period, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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information display, read
Description :
Read the information display codes.
Command :
Command[0]
\x73
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0]
Data[1]
high byte
low byte
bit 0
bit5
bit1
bit6
bit4
bit2
bit3
bit7
bit7 = most significant bit
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information display, read
Example :
Read the information display of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose it shows "F1.".
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x73
\x74
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x73
\x71
\x86
\x6b
\xff
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infrared ports, read
Description :
Read the status of the infrared ports.
Command :
Command[0]
\x6f
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = status.
bit#
bit0 (lsb)
bit = 0
bit = 1
receiver front
receiver front
disabled
enabled
bit1
receiver rear
receiver rear
disabled
enabled
bit2
no hardwired
hardwired
remote*
remote
* : when no hardwired remote is connected,
bit 0 and bit 1 indicate the previous state of
the corresponding receivers. (in reality, they
are enabled)
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infrared ports, read
Example :
Read the status of the infrared ports of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose a hardwired remote is used and the
front and rear receiver are enabled.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6f
\x70
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6f
\x07
\x77
\xff
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infrared ports, write
Description :
Enable/Disable one ore more infrared ports.
Command :
Command[0]
\x6e
Data :
Data[0] = status.
bit#
bit0 (lsb)
bit = 0
bit = 1
disable
enable
receiver front
receiver front
bit1
disable
enable
receiver rear
receiver rear
* : when no hardwired remote is connected,
the receiver front and rear cannot be
disabled; so bit0 and bit1 will take effect
after a hardwired remote has been connected.
Example :
Enable the front and rear receiver of a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6e
\x03
\x72
\xff
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infrared ports, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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installation, read
Description :
Read installation.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x24
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = installation.
Installation
Front/Table
Front/Ceiling
Rear/Table
Rear/Ceiling
Data[0]
\x40
\x80
\x00
\xc0
Example :
Read installation of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the projector is installed in front/ceiling.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x24
\x46
\xff
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installation, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x24
\x80
\x00
\xc6
\xff
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installation, write
Description :
Write installation (front/table, ...).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x24
Data :
Data[0] = installation.
Installation
Front/Table
Front/Ceiling
Rear/Table
Rear/Ceiling
Data[0]
\x40
\x80
\x00
\xc0
Example :
Set the installation of a projector with address \x01 to
front/ceiling.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x24
\x80
\x00
\xc5
\xff
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interlaced, read
Description :
Read the actual value of interlaced.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x60
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = interlaced value.
Not interlaced
Interlaced
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Read the actual value of interlaced of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the signal is interlaced.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x60
\x82
\xff
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interlaced, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x60
\x00
\x82
\xff
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interlaced, write off
Description :
Tell the projector the signal applied is not interlaced.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x60
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Define the signal as not interlaced on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x26
\x60
\x87
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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interlaced, write on
Description :
Tell the projector the signal applied is interlaced.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x60
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Define the signal as interlaced on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x60
\x88
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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internal pattern, write
Description :
Write an internaly generated pattern.
Command :
Command[0]
\x41
Data :
Convergence green
Data[0]
\x01
Convergence red/green
Data[0]
\x02
Convergence blue/green
Data[0]
\x03
Convergence red/blue/green
Data[0]
Data[1]
\x21
\x20
Hatch
Data[0]
\x04
Checkerboard
Data[0]
\x19
Color bars
Data[0]
\x1a
Multiburst
Data[0]
\x1b
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internal pattern, write
Outline
Data[0]
\x1c
Alpha numeric characters
Data[0]
\x23
Page character
Data[0]
Data[1]
\x22
ascii code of
an alphabetic
character
Purity
Data[0]
\x20
To change the color of the purity pattern, use the
command “palette entry, write” and change
palette entry 1.
Leveling pattern (coarse)
Data[0]
\x24
Data[1]
\x01 (red)
or \x02 (green)
or \x03 (blue)
Data[2]
\x01 (position 1)
or \x02 (position 2)
or \x03 (position 3)
or \x04 (position 4)
or \x05 (position 5)
or \x06 (position 6)
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internal pattern, write
Leveling pattern (fine)
Data[0]
\x25
Data[1]
\x01 (red)
or \x02 (green)
or \x03 (blue)
Data[2]
\x01 (position 1)
or \x02 (position 2)
or \x03 (position 3)
or \x04 (position 4)
or \x05 (position 5)
or \x06 (position 6)
Data[3]
\x00..\x255
(“contrast” level)
Note :
All data bytes mentioned above can optionally be followed
by an extra byte to indicate that the pattern must be
inverted or not. (exception : Purity)
not inverted
inverted
Data[next]OPTIONAL
\x00
\x01
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internal pattern, write
Example :
Write the purity internal pattern on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x41
\x20
\x62
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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keystone horizontal, decrement
Description :
Decrement the horizontal keystone.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x50
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the horizontal keystone of a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x50
\x74
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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keystone horizontal, increment
Description :
Increment the horizontal keystone.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x50
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the horizontal keystone of a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x50
\x73
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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keystone horizontal, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the horizontal keystone.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x50
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of the horizontal keystone.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of the horizontal keystone of a
projector with address \x01. Suppose the horizontal
keystone equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x50
\x72
\xff
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keystone horizontal, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x50
\x00
\x00
\x72
\xff
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keystone horizontal, write
Description :
Write a new value for the horizontal keystone.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x50
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of the horizontal keystone.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the horizontal keystone to 0 on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x50
\x00
\x00
\x71
\xff
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keystone horizontal, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lamp, read history
Description :
Read the lamp run time history list.
Command :
Command[0]
\x74
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
Only for projectors that don't have a memory chip attached
to the lamp. See your Owner's Manual if the "Lamp
History" item exists in the menu structure.
Return data :
Lamp[0] serial number
c-language string
Lamp[0] run time
see formula below
Lamp[1] serial number
c-language string
Lamp[1] run time
see formula below
...
Lamp[n-1] run time
see formula below
Lamp[n-1] serial number
c-language string
n = number of lamps stored in the history list
- c-language string (see syntax).
- formula lamp run time :
Lamp run time (hours) = Data[1]*256 + Data[0]
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lamp, read run time
Description :
Read the lamp run time in hours.
Command :
Command[0]
\x64
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the lamp run time in hours
contains of four data bytes. The first byte is the most
significant byte !
Formula :
Lamp run time (hours)
= Data[0]*2563 + Data[1]*2562 + Data[2]*256 + Data[3]
Example :
Read the lamp run time of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the lamp run time is 100 hours.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x64
\x65
\xff
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lamp, read run time
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x64
Data[0]
\x00
Data[1]
\x00
Data[2]
\x00
Data[3]
\x64
Checksum
\xc9
Stop
\xff
lamp run time =
\x00 * 2563 + \x00 * 2562 + \x00 * 256 + \x64
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lamp, read serial number
Description :
Read the serial number of the lamp.
Command :
Command[0]
\x63
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the lamp serial number is a
pascal-language string (see syntax).
Example :
Read the lamp serial number of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the lamp serial number is '0655230'.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x63
\x64
\xff
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lamp, read serial number
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x63
\x07
\x30 (= '0')
\x36 (= '6')
\x35 (= '5')
\x35 (= '5')
\x32 (= '2')
\x33 (= '3')
\x30 (= '0')
\xd0
\xff
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lamp, read status
Description :
Read the lamp status.
Command :
Command[0]
\x6c
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = lamp status.
Only bit0 (least significant bit) is significant.
bit#
bit0
bit = 0
nominal power
bit = 1
high power
Projector type :
BD8100, BG8100, BG8200, BG9200.
Example :
Read the lamp status of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the lamp is configured in high power.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6c
\x6d
\xff
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lamp, read status
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6c
\x01
\x6e
\xff
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lamp, write status
Description :
Write a new lamp status.
Command :
Command[0]
\xc6
Data :
Data[0] = lamp status.
Only bit0 (least significant bit) is significant.
bit#
bit0
bit = 0
nominal power
bit = 1
high power
Projector type :
BD8100(LC), BG8100(LC), BG8200(LC), BG9200(LC).
Example :
Set the lamp status to high power of a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xc6
\x01
\xc8
\xff
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lamp, write status
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lamp, reset run time
Description :
Reset the lamp run time (after installation of a new lamp).
Command :
Command[0]
\x68
Data :
The data being the lamp serial number is a pascal-language
string (see syntax) with length 7.
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
\x07
\x30..\x39
\x30..\x39
\x30..\x39
\x30..\x39
\x30..\x39
\x30..\x39
\x30..\x39
Projector type :
Only for projectors that don't have a memory chip attached
to the lamp. See your Owner's Manual if the "Reset Lamp
Runtime" item exists in the menu structure.
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language, read
Description :
Read the language used for the on-screen-display.
Command :
Command[0]
\x71
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
See your Owner's Manual to verify what languages are
supported by the projector software.
Return data :
Data[0] = language.
Language
English (International)
French
Spanish
Deutsch
Chinese
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x04
Example :
Read the language used for the on-screen-display of a
projector with address \x01. Suppose the language is
"English (International)".
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language, read
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x71
\x72
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x71
\x00
\x72
\xff
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language, write
Description :
Change the language used for the on-screen-display.
Command :
Command[0]
\x70
Data :
Data[0] = language.
Language
English (International)
French
Spanish
Deutsch
Chinese
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x04
Projector type :
See your Owner's Manual to verify what languages are
supported by the projector software.
Example :
Change the language used for the on-screen-display of a
projector with address \x01 to "English (International)".
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language, write
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x70
\x00
\x71
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lens, bridge
Description :
Open or close the lens bridge.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data :
Direction
Up
Down
\xf4
\x85
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Projector type :
All projectors with motorized lens bridge.
Example :
Open the bridge of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf4
\x85
\x00
\x7a
\xff
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lens, bridge
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lens, focus
Description :
Focus the lens.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf4
\x83
Data :
Data[0] = direction.
Direction
Near
Far
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Projector type :
All projectors with motorized lens adjustment.
Example :
Focus the lens of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf4
\x83
\x00
\x78
\xff
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lens, focus
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lens, shift
Description :
Shift the lens up, down, left or right.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf4
\x81
Data :
Data[0] = direction.
Direction
Up
Down
Left
Right
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
Projector type :
All projectors with motorized lens adjustment.
Example :
Shift the lens up of of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf4
\x81
\x00
\x76
\xff
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lens, shift
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lens, tilt
Description :
Change the tilt op the projector.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf4
\x84
Data :
Data[0] = direction.
Direction
Counterclockwise
Clockwise
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Projector type :
All projectors with motorized tilt adjustment.
Example :
Change the tilt in counterwise direction of a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf4
\x84
\x01
\x7a
\xff
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lens, tilt
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lens, zoom
Description :
Zoom the lens.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf4
\x82
Data :
Data[0] = direction.
Direction
In
Out
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Projector type :
All projectors with motorized lens adjustment.
Example :
Lens-zoom-in of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf4
\x82
\x00
\x77
\xff
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lens, zoom
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lines active, decrement
Description :
Decrement the active number of lines.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x59
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the active number of lines on a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x59
\x7d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lines active, increment
Description :
Increment the active number of lines.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x59
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the active number of lines on a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x59
\x7c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lines active, read
Description :
Read the active number of lines.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x59
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = active number of lines.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the active number of lines on a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the active number of lines is 480
(\x01e0).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x59
\x7b
\xff
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lines active, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x59
\x01
\xe0
\x5c
\xff
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lines active, write
Description :
Change the active number of lines.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x59
Data :
Data[0..1] = active number of lines.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the active number of lines to 480 (\x01e0) on a
projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x59
\x01
\xe0
\x5b
\xff
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lines active, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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line start, decrement
Description :
Decrement the value of line start.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x5a
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement line start on a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x5a
\x7e
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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line start, increment
Description :
Increment the value of line start.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x5a
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment line start on a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x5a
\x7d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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line start, read
Description :
Read the value of line start.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x5a
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = line start.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the value of line start on a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the value is 20 (\x0014).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5a
\x7c
\xff
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line start, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5a
\x00
\x14
\x90
\xff
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line start, write
Description :
Change the value of line start.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x5a
Data :
Data[0..1] = line start.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the value of line start to 20 (\x0014) on a projector
with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x5a
\x00
\x14
\x8f
\xff
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line start, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lines total, decrement
Description :
Decrement the total number of lines.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x58
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the total number of lines on a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x58
\x7c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lines total, increment
Description :
Increment the total number of lines.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x58
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the total number of lines on a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x58
\x7b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lines total, read
Description :
Read the total number of lines.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x58
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = total number of lines.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the total number of lines on a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the total number of lines is 525 (\x020d).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x58
\x7a
\xff
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lines total, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x58
\x02
\x0d
\x89
\xff
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lines total, write
Description :
Change the total number of lines.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x58
Data :
Data[0..1] = total number of lines.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the total number of lines to 525 (\x020d) on a projector
with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x58
\x02
\x0d
\x88
\xff
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lines total, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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lock audio, read
Description :
Read the status of the audio lock.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x3f
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = lock specification.
Lock
Off
Input 1 or A
Input 2 or B
Input 3 or C
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
Projector type :
BD2100(LC), BD3000(LC), BD3100(LC), BD3200(LC),
BD3300(LC).
Example :
Read the audio lock status of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the audio signal is locked on audio input 1.
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lock audio, read
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x3f
\x61
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x3f
\x01
\x62
\xff
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lock audio, write
Description :
Lock the audio signal to a specific audio input or set the
lock off (audio input follows the video input).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x3f
Data :
Data[0] = lock specification.
Lock
Off
Input 1 or A
Input 2 or B
Input 3 or C
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
Projector type :
BD2100(LC), BD3000(LC), BD3100(LC), BD3200(LC),
BD3300(LC).
Example :
Lock the audio signal on audio input 1 of a projector with
address \x01.
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lock audio, write
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x3f
\x01
\x61
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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logo, read background
Description :
Read the background (on or off) of the logo.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf1
\x82
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = logo background.
Background
Off (transparent)
On (black)
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Read the background of the logo of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the background is off.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x82
\x74
\xff
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logo, read background
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x82
\x00
\x74
\xff
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logo, read hot-key
Description :
Read the hot-key used to turn the logo on or off in
operational mode.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf1
\x83
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = logo hot-key.
Hot-key
Off
<TEXT>
Data[0]
\x00
\x0d
Example :
Read the hot-key of the logo of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the hot-key is off.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x83
\x75
\xff
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logo, read hot-key
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x83
\x00
\x75
\xff
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logo, read position
Description :
Read the position of the logo.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf1
\x84
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = horizontal position.
Data[1] = vertical position.
Example :
Read the position of the logo of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the position equals (1, 1).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x84
\x76
\xff
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logo, read position
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x84
\x01
\x01
\x78
\xff
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logo, read status
Description :
Read the status (on or off) of the logo.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf1
\x81
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = logo status.
Status
Off
On
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Read the status of the logo of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the status is on.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x81
\x73
\xff
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logo, read status
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x81
\x01
\x74
\xff
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logo, write background
Description :
Change the background of the logo (set the background on
or off).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf1
\x02
Data :
Data[0] = logo background.
Background
Off (transparent)
On (black)
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Set the logo background off of a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x02
\x00
\xf4
\xff
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logo, write background
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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logo, write hot-key
Description :
Setup a hot-key to turn the logo on or off in operational
mode.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf1
\x03
Data :
Data[0] = logo hot-key.
Hot-key
Off
<TEXT>
Data[0]
\x00
\x0d
Example :
Set the logo hot-key to <TEXT> of a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x03
\x0d
\x02
\xff
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logo, write hot-key
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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logo, write position
Description :
Change the position of the logo.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf1
\x04
Data :
Data[0] = horizontal position.
Data[1] = vertical position.
Example :
Set the logo position to (1, 1) of a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x04
\x01
\x01
\xf8
\xff
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logo, write position
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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logo, write status
Description :
Change the status of the logo (set the logo on or off).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf1
\x01
Data :
Data[0] = logo status.
Status
Off
On
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Set the logo on of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf1
\x01
\x01
\xf4
\xff
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logo, write status
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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menu, exit
Description :
Exit one/all menus.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data :
Data[0]
\x01
\xff
\x42
\x01
Exit one menu
Exit all menus
Example :
Exit all menus on a projector with address \x01. (Go back
to operational mode)
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x42
\x01
\x80
\x7f
\x43
\xff
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menu, exit
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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MOCA, read version
Description :
Read the version of the MOCA software.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf3
\x82
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the software version is a clanguage string (see syntax).
Note : there is no return data when the MOCA processor
doesn't respond (not installed or busy).
Projector type :
All projectors equipped with MOCA.
Example :
Read the version of the MOCA software on a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the version number is '1.02'.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x82
\x76
\xff
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MOCA, read version
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x82
\x31 (= '1')
\x2e (= '.')
\x30 (= '0')
\x32 (= '2')
\x00
\x37
\xff
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MOCA, set blue to midposition
Description :
Set the "blue motors" of the MOCA to midposition.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf3
\x06
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors equipped with MOCA.
Example :
Set the "blue motors" of the MOCA on a projector with
address \x01 to midposition.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x06
\xfa
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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MOCA, set green to midposition
Description :
Set the "green motors" of the MOCA to midposition.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf3
\x04
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors equipped with MOCA.
Example :
Set the "green motors" of the MOCA on a projector with
address \x01 to midposition.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x04
\xf8
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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MOCA, set red to midposition
Description :
Set the "red motors" of the MOCA to midposition.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf3
\x05
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors equipped with MOCA.
Example :
Set the "red motors" of the MOCA on a projector with
address \x01 to midposition.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x05
\xf9
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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MOCA, set to midposition
Description :
Set all motors of the MOCA to midposition.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf3
\x07
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
All projectors equipped with MOCA.
Example :
Set all motors of the MOCA on a projector with address
\x01 to midposition.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x07
\xfb
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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MOCA, write blue
Description :
Change the state of a "blue motor" of the MOCA.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf3
\x03
Data :
Data[0] = Position on the screen (see osd internal pattern)
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Data[0]
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x04
\x05
\x06
\x07
Data[1] = Direction (see osd internal pattern)
Direction
Up
Down
Left
Right
Data[1]
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x04
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MOCA, write blue
Projector type :
All projectors equipped with MOCA.
Example :
Change the state of a "blue motor" of the MOCA on a
projector with address \x01 by executing "6 up".
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x03
\x06
\x01
\x80
\x7e
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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MOCA, write green
Description :
Change the state of a "green motor" of the MOCA.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf3
\x01
Data :
Data[0] = Position on the screen (see osd internal pattern)
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Data[0]
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x04
\x05
\x06
\x07
Data[1] = Direction (see osd internal pattern)
Direction
Up
Down
Left
Right
Data[1]
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x04
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MOCA, write green
Projector type :
All projectors equipped with MOCA.
Example :
Change the state of a "green motor" of the MOCA on a
projector with address \x01 by executing "6 up".
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x01
\x06
\x01
\xfc
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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MOCA, write red
Description :
Change the state of a "red motor" of the MOCA.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf3
\x02
Data :
Data[0] = Position on the screen (see osd internal pattern)
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Data[0]
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x04
\x05
\x06
\x07
Data[1] = Direction (see osd internal pattern)
Direction
Up
Down
Left
Right
Data[1]
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x04
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MOCA, write red
Projector type :
All projectors equipped with MOCA.
Example :
Change the state of a "red motor" of the MOCA on a
projector with address \x01 by executing "6 up".
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf3
\x02
\x06
\x01
\xfd
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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panel, read size
Description :
Read the size (in pixels) of the lcd panel.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\xf0
\x01
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = number of pixels in horizontal direction.
Data[2..3] = number of pixels in vertical direction.
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
msb of hpix
lsb of hpix
msb of vpix
lsb of vpix
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panel, read size
Example :
Read the size of the lcd panel of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the size is 1024 x 768 pixels.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf0
\x01
\xf2
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xf0
\x01
\x04
\x00
\x03
\x00
\xf9
\xff
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peripheral source, write
Description :
Select a source on an external switcher that is not in direct
communication with the projector (800-port not used).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x33
\xff
Data :
Data[0] = source number (\x01..\x63).
Data[1] = external slot type
Data[1]
\x01
\x02
\x04
\x05
\x06
\x07
\x08
\x09
\x0a
\x0b
Type
Video Input
S-Video Input
RGB Analog Input - Sync On Green
RGB Analog Input - Separate Sync
RGB3S/RG3SB Input - Sync On Green
RGB3S/RG3SB Input - Separate Sync
Component Input - Sync on Y
Component Input - Separate Sync
Component Input - Tri-Level Sync On Y
Component Input - Tri-Level Separate Sync
Data[2] = source mode
RGB Analog Input - Separate Sync
Data[2]
Mode
\x00
H/C : Composite Sync or
H/C, V : Horizontal, Vertical
Sync
\x01
H/C : Composite Video
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peripheral source, write
Video Input
S-Video Input
RGB Analog Input - Sync On Green
RGB3S/RG3SB Input - Separate Sync
RGB3S/RG3SB Input - Sync On Green
Component Input - Separate Sync
Component Input - Sync On Y
Component Input - Tri-Level Separate Sync
Component Input - Tri-Level Sync On Y
Data[2]
Mode
\x00
\x01
Note :
- The external switcher has to be connected to the
projector the same way a BARCO 800 peripheral is
normally connected. (See the Owner's Manual of your
projector)
- The source number (Data[0]) can be used to make sure
the correct file is loaded.
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peripheral source, write
Example :
Select source 1, type ' RGB Analog Input - Separate Sync',
mode 0 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x33
\x80
\x7f
\x01
\x05
\x00
\x39
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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phase, read
Description :
Read the actual phase value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x06
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = phase value.
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phase, read
Example :
Read the actual phase value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the phase equals \x03.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x06
\x28
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x06
\x03
\x2b
\xff
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phase, write
Description :
Write a new phase value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x06
Data :
Data[0] = phase value
or Data[0..1] = phase value (msb first)
Projector type :
1 byte phase value
2 byte phase value
BD2100(LC),
BD3000(LC),
BD3100(LC)
BD5000(LC),
BD8000(LC)
others
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phase, write
Example :
Set the phase to \x03 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x06
\x03
\x2a
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixels active, decrement
Description :
Decrement the active number of pixels.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x5d
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the active number of pixels on a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x5d
\x81
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixels active, increment
Description :
Increment the active number of pixels.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x5d
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the active number of pixels on a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x5d
\x80
\x00
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixels active, read
Description :
Read the active number of pixels.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x5d
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = active number of pixels.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the active number of pixels on a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the active number of pixels is 640
(\x0280).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5d
\x7f
\xff
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pixels active, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5d
\x02
\x80
\x00
\x01
\xff
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pixels active, write
Description :
Change the active number of pixels.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x5d
Data :
Data[0..1] = active number of pixels.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the active number of pixels to 640 (\x0280) on a
projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x5d
\x02
\x80
\x00
\x00
\xff
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pixels active, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixel start, decrement
Description :
Decrement the value of pixel start.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x5e
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement pixel start on a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x5e
\x82
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixel start, increment
Description :
Increment the value of pixel start.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x5e
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment pixel start on a projector with address \x01 by
one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x5e
\x81
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixel start, read
Description :
Read the value of pixel start.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x5e
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = pixel start.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the value of pixel start on a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the value is 20 (\x0014).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5e
\x80
\x00
\xff
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pixel start, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5e
\x00
\x14
\x94
\xff
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pixel start, write
Description :
Change the value of pixel start.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x5e
Data :
Data[0..1] = pixel start.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the value of pixel start to 20 (\x0014) on a projector
with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x5e
\x00
\x14
\x93
\xff
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pixel start, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixels total, decrement
Description :
Decrement the total number of pixels.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x5c
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the total number of pixels on a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x5c
\x80
\x00
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixels total, increment
Description :
Increment the total number of pixels.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x5c
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the total number of pixels on a projector with
address \x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x5c
\x7f
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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pixels total, read
Description :
Read the total number of pixels.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x5c
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = total number of pixels.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the total number of pixels on a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the total number of pixels is 800
(\x0320).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5c
\x7e
\xff
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pixels total, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x5c
\x03
\x20
\xa1
\xff
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pixels total, write
Description :
Change the total number of pixels.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x5c
Data :
Data[0..1] = total number of pixels.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the total number of pixels to 800 (\x0320) on a
projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x5c
\x03
\x20
\xa0
\xff
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pixels total, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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programmable blanking, write
Description :
Write blanking shapes (circles, rectangles, lines and
triangles). (OPTIONAL)
Command :
Command[0]
\xe1
Data :
Data for a solid circle with centre (x, y) and radius r.
Data[n]
Data[n+1]
Data[n+2]
Data[n+3]
Data[n+4]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data
'C' = '\x43'
x(msb)
x(lsb)
y(msb)
y(lsb)
r(msb)
r(lsb)
Data for a hole circle with centre (x, y) and radius r.
Data[n]
Data[n+1]
Data[n+2]
Data[n+3]
Data[n+4]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data
'c' = '\x63'
x(msb)
x(lsb)
y(msb)
y(lsb)
r(msb)
r(lsb)
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programmable blanking, write
Data for a solid rectangle with coordinates (x1, y1) (x2,
y2).
Data[n]
Data[n+1]
Data[n+2]
Data[n+3]
Data[n+4]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data[n+7]
Data[n+8]
Data
'R' = '\x52'
x1(msb)
x1(lsb)
y1(msb)
y1(lsb)
x2(msb)
x2(lsb)
y2(msb)
y2(lsb)
Data for a hole rectangle with coordinates (x1, y1) (x2,
y2).
Data[n]
Data[n+1]
Data[n+2]
Data[n+3]
Data[n+4]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data[n+7]
Data[n+8]
Data
'r' = '\x72'
x1(msb)
x1(lsb)
y1(msb)
y1(lsb)
x2(msb)
x2(lsb)
y2(msb)
y2(lsb)
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Data for a solid line with coordinates (x1, y) (x2, y).
Data[n]
Data[n+1]
Data[n+2]
Data[n+3]
Data[n+4]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data
'L' = '\x4c'
y(msb)
y(lsb)
x1(msb)
x1(lsb)
x2(msb)
x2(lsb)
Data for a hole line with coordinates (x1, y) (x2, y).
Data[n]
Data[n+1]
Data[n+2]
Data[n+3]
Data[n+4]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data
'l' = '\x6c'
y(msb)
y(lsb)
x1(msb)
x1(lsb)
x2(msb)
x2(lsb)
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programmable blanking, write
Data for a solid triangle with coordinates (x1, y1) (x2, y2)
(x3, y3).
Data
Data[n]
Data[n+1]
Data[n+2]
Data[n+3]
Data[n+4]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data[n+7]
Data[n+8]
Data[n+9]
Data[n+10]
Data[n+11]
Data[n+12]
'T' = '\x54'
x1(msb)
x1(lsb)
y1(msb)
y1(lsb)
x2(msb)
x2(lsb)
y2(msb)
y2(lsb)
x3(msb)
x3(lsb)
y3(msb)
y3(lsb)
Data for a hole triangle with coordinates (x1, y1) (x2, y2)
(x3, y3).
Data
Data[n]
Data[n+1]
Data[n+2]
Data[n+3]
Data[n+4]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data[n+7]
Data[n+8]
Data[n+5]
Data[n+6]
Data[n+7]
Data[n+8]
't' = '\x74'
x1(msb)
x1(lsb)
y1(msb)
y1(lsb)
x2(msb)
x2(lsb)
y2(msb)
y2(lsb)
x2(msb)
x2(lsb)
y2(msb)
y2(lsb)
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programmable blanking, write
Notes :
- The calculations are made starting from an imaginary
solid shape as large as the lcd panel.
- To combine several shapes, just put the data of the
requested shapes after each other. The order in which the
shapes are drawn is the same as the order in which they are
sent to the projector.
- The values of the coordinates have to be checked by the
computer !!! Extreme large coordinates can lead to
microprocessor reset.
- "Solid shape" means blanked inside the shape;
- "Hole shape" means no blanking inside the shape.
- The first pixel on the screen (top/left) has coordinate
(0,0).
Example :
Draw following blanking pattern on a projector with
address \x01.
- hole circle (x=350, y=250, r=200)
- solid rectangle (x1=300, y1=200, x2=400, y2=300)
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programmable blanking, write
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Data[13]
Data[14]
Data[15]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\xe1
\x63
\x01
\x5e
\x00
\xfa
\x00
\xc8
\x52
\x01
\x2c
\x00
\xc8
\x01
\x90
\x01
\x2c
\x6b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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projector, read run time
Description :
Read the projector run time in seconds.
Command :
Command[0]
\x62
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the projector run time in
seconds contains of four data bytes. The first byte is the
most significant byte !
Formula :
Projector run time (seconds)
= Data[0]*2563 + Data[1]*2562 + Data[2]*256 + Data[3]
Example :
Read the projector run time of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the projector run time is 3000 hours
(10800000 seconds).
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x62
\x63
\xff
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projector, read run time
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
\xfe
\x01
\x62
\x00
\xa4
\xcb
\x80
\x00
\x52
\xff
Checksum
Stop
projector run time =
\x00 * 2563 + \xa4 * 2562 + \xcb * 256 + \x80
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projector, read serial number
Description :
Read the serial number of the projector.
Command :
Command[0]
\x61
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the projector serial number
is a pascal-language string (see syntax).
Example :
Read the serial number of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the projector serial number is '0000001'.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x61
\x62
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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projector, read serial number
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x61
\x07
\x30 (= '0')
\x30 (= '0')
\x30 (= '0')
\x30 (= '0')
\x30 (= '0')
\x30 (= '0')
\x31 (= '1')
\xba
\xff
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projector, read type
Description :
Determine the type of projector you are communicating
with.
Command :
Command[0]
\x6b
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the projector type is a
pascal-language string (see syntax).
Example :
Read the projector type of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the projector is a 'BARCODATA 8100'.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6b
\x6c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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projector, read type
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Data[9]
Data[10]
Data[11]
Data[12]
Data[13]
Data[14]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6b
\x0e
\x42 (= 'B')
\x41 (= 'A')
\x52 (= 'R')
\x43 (= 'C')
\x4f (= 'O')
\x44 (= 'D')
\x41 (= 'A')
\x54 (= 'T')
\x41 (= 'A')
\x20 (= ' ')
\x38 (= '8')
\x31 (= '1')
\x30 (= '0')
\x30 (= '0')
\xe4
\xff
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projector, write address
Description :
Write the projector address.
Command :
Command[0]
\x6d
Data :
Data[0] = projector address.
Data[0]
\x00..\xff
Note :
The acknowledge will be sent with the original projector
address.
Example :
Set the address of a projector with address \x01 to \x20.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6d
\x20
\x8e
\xff
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projector, write address
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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sharpness, read
Description :
Read the actual sharpness value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x05
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = sharpness value.
Exception list
Projector
Type
BD5000(LC),
BD8000(LC)
BD3000(LC),
BD3100(LC),
BD5100(LC),
BD8100(LC)
On screen
Data[0]
"-4 db"
"0 db"
"3,5 db"
"6 db"
"0"
"0.25"
"0.5"
"1"
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
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sharpness, read
Example :
Read the actual sharpness value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the sharpness equals \x03.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x05
\x27
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x05
\x03
\x2a
\xff
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sharpness, write
Description :
Write a new sharpness value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x05
Data :
Data[0] = sharpness value.
Exception list
Projector
Type
BD5000(LC),
BD8000(LC)
BD3000(LC),
BD3100(LC),
BD5100(LC),
BD8100(LC)
On screen
Data[0]
"-4 db"
"0 db"
"3,5 db"
"6 db"
"0"
"0.25"
"0.5"
"1"
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
\x00
\x01
\x02
\x03
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sharpness, write
Example :
Set the sharpness to \x03 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x05
\x03
\x29
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shift horizontal, decrement
Description :
Decrement the horizontal shift.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x47
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the horizontal shift of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x47
\x6b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shift horizontal, increment
Description :
Increment the horizontal shift.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x47
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the horizontal shift of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x47
\x6a
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shift horizontal, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the horizontal shift.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x47
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of the horizontal shift.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of the horizontal shift of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the horizontal shift equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x47
\x69
\xff
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shift horizontal, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x47
\x00
\x00
\x69
\xff
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shift horizontal, write
Description :
Write a new value for the horizontal shift.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x47
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of the horizontal shift.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the horizontal shift to 0 on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x47
\x00
\x00
\x68
\xff
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shift horizontal, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shift vertical, decrement
Description :
Decrement the vertical shift.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x48
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the vertical shift of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x48
\x6c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shift vertical, increment
Description :
Increment the vertical shift.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x48
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the vertical shift of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x48
\x6b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shift vertical, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the vertical shift.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x48
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of the vertical shift.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of the vertical shift of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the vertical shift equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x48
\x6a
\xff
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shift vertical, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x48
\x00
\x00
\x6a
\xff
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shift vertical, write
Description :
Write a new value for the vertical shift.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x48
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of the vertical shift.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the vertical shift to 0 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x48
\x00
\x00
\x69
\xff
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Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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size horizontal, decrement
Description :
Decrement the horizontal size.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x49
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the horizontal size of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x49
\x6d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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size horizontal, increment
Description :
Increment the horizontal size.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x49
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the horizontal size of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x49
\x6c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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size horizontal, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the horizontal size.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x49
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of the horizontal size.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of the horizontal size of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the horizontal size equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x49
\x6b
\xff
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size horizontal, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x49
\x00
\x00
\x6b
\xff
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size horizontal, write
Description :
Write a new value for the horizontal size.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x49
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of the horizontal size.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the horizontal size to 0 on a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x49
\x00
\x00
\x6a
\xff
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size horizontal, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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size vertical, decrement
Description :
Decrement the vertical size.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x4a
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Decrement the vertical size of a projector with address
\x01 by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x23
\x4a
\x6e
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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size vertical, increment
Description :
Increment the vertical size.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x4a
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Increment the vertical size of a projector with address \x01
by one.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x22
\x4a
\x6d
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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size vertical, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the vertical size.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x4a
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0..1] = value of the vertical size.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Read the actual value of the vertical size of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the vertical size equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4a
\x6c
\xff
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size vertical, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x4a
\x00
\x00
\x6c
\xff
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size vertical, write
Description :
Write a new value for the vertical size.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x4a
Data :
Data[0..1] = value of the vertical size.
Data[0]
Data[1]
msb of value
lsb of value
Example :
Set the vertical size to 0 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x4a
\x00
\x00
\x6b
\xff
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size vertical, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shutter, close
Description :
Close the mechanical shutter (OPTIONAL).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x23
\x42
Data :
Data[0] = speed.
Fast
Slow
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Projector type :
Some projectors don't make the difference between "Fast"
and "Slow" speed. However, Data[0] must always be sent.
Example :
Close the shutter (full speed) of a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x23
Command[1]
\x42
Data[0]
\x00
Checksum
\x66
Stop
\xff
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shutter, close
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shutter, open
Description :
Open the mechanical shutter (OPTIONAL).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x22
\x42
Data :
Data[0] = speed.
Fast
Slow
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Projector type :
Some projectors don't make the difference between "Fast"
and "Slow" speed. However, Data[0] must always be sent.
Example :
Open the shutter (full speed) of a projector with address
\x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x22
Command[1]
\x42
Data[0]
\x00
Checksum
\x65
Stop
\xff
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shutter, open
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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shutter, read
Description :
Read the actual shutter position (OPTIONAL).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x42
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = shutter position.
Closed
Open
Undetermined
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
\x02
Projector type :
Some projectors cannot determine wheather the shutter is
"Open" or "Closed". These projectors always return
"Undetermined".
Example :
Read the actual shutter position of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the shutter is open.
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shutter, read
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x42
\x64
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x42
\x01
\x65
\xff
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software, read language
Description :
Read the language used in the on-screen-display.
Command :
Command[0]
\x69
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the software language is a
pascal-language string (see syntax).
Example :
Read the on-screen-display language of a projector with
address \x01. Suppose the lanuage is 'ENGLISH'.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x69
\x6a
\xff
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software, read language
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x69
\x07
\x45 (= 'E')
\x4e (= 'N')
\x47 (= 'G')
\x4c (= 'L')
\x49 (= 'I')
\x53 (= 'S')
\x48 (= 'H')
\x7b
\xff
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software, read type
Description :
Read the type of software installed in the projector.
Command :
Command[0]
\x6a
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the software type is a
pascal-language string (see syntax).
Example :
Read the software type of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the lanuage is 'STANDARD'.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6a
\x6b
\xff
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software, read type
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7]
Data[8]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x6a
\x08
\x53 (= 'S')
\x54 (= 'T')
\x41 (= 'A')
\x4e (= 'N')
\x44 (= 'D')
\x41 (= 'A')
\x52 (= 'R')
\x44 (= 'D')
\xc4
\xff
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software, read version
Description :
Read the version of the software.
Command :
Command[0]
\x60
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
The return data-transfer being the software version is a
pascal-language string (see syntax).
Example :
Read the software version of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the version number is '1.02'.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x60
\x61
\xff
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software, read version
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x60
\x04
\x31 (= '1')
\x2e (= '.')
\x30 (= '0')
\x32 (= '2')
\x26
\xff
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source/slot, read number+mode
Description :
Read active source or slot number and its mode.
Command :
Command[0]
\x34
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = source or slot number (\x01..).
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source/slot, read number+mode
Data[1] = source or slot mode
Video/S-Video Input
Data[1]
Mode
\x00
Video
\x01
S-Video
RGB Analog Input - Separate Sync
Data[1]
Mode
\x00
H/C : Composite Sync or
H/C, V : Horizontal, Vertical Sync
\x01
H/C : Composite Video
Fixed 5-Cable Input
Data[1]
Mode
\x00
RGB Analog – Separate Sync
H/C : Composite Sync or
H/C, V : Horizontal, Vertical Sync
\x01
RGB Analog – Separate Sync
H/C : Composite Video or
H/C : 3 Level Composite Sync
\x02
RGB Analog – Sync on Green
G : Green + Sync or
G : Green + 3 Level Sync
\x03
Component Video – Separate Sync
Cs : Sync or
Cs : 3 Level Sync
\x04
Component Video – Sync on Y
Y : Y + Sync or
Y : Y + 3 Level Sync
\x05
Video
\x06
S-Video
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source/slot, read number+mode
RGB Analog Input - Sync On Green
RGB3S/RG3SB Input - Separate Sync
RGB3S/RG3SB Input - Sync On Green
Component Input - Separate Sync
Component Input - Sync On Y
Component Input - Tri-Level Separate Sync
Component Input - Tri-Level Sync On Y
Data[1]
Mode
\x00
\x01
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source/slot, read number+mode
Example :
Read the active source/slot number+mode of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the source number equals \x03
and its mode equals \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x34
\x35
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x34
\x03
\x01
\x39
\xff
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source/slot, write number+mode
Description :
Select a source or slot and put it in a pre-defined mode
(mode selection is optional).
Command :
Command[0]
\x33
Data :
Data[0] = source or slot number (\x01..).
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Data[1] = source or slot mode OPTIONAL
Video/S-Video Input
Data[1]
Mode
\x00
Video
\x01
S-Video
RGB Analog Input - Separate Sync
Data[1]
Mode
\x00
H/C : Composite Sync or
H/C, V : Horizontal, Vertical Sync
\x01
H/C : Composite Video
Fixed 5-Cable Input
Data[1]
Mode
\x00
RGB Analog – Separate Sync
H/C : Composite Sync or
H/C, V : Horizontal, Vertical Sync
\x01
RGB Analog – Separate Sync
H/C : Composite Video or
H/C : 3 Level Composite Sync
\x02
RGB Analog – Sync on Green
G : Green + Sync or
G : Green + 3 Level Sync
\x03
Component Video – Separate Sync
Cs : Sync or
Cs : 3 Level Sync
\x04
Component Video – Sync on Y
Y : Y + Sync or
Y : Y + 3 Level Sync
\x05
Video
\x06
S-Video
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source/slot, write number+mode
RGB Analog Input - Sync On Green
RGB3S/RG3SB Input - Separate Sync
RGB3S/RG3SB Input - Sync On Green
Component Input - Separate Sync
Component Input - Sync On Y
Component Input - Tri-Level Separate Sync
Component Input - Tri-Level Sync On Y
Data[1]
Mode
\x00
\x01
Remark : If only one data byte has been sent (Data[0]), the
slot will be selected in its previous mode.
Example :
Select source 1, mode 1 of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Data[0]
Data[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x33
\x01
\x01
\x36
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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sync, read
Description :
Read slow/fast sync (only active when the decoder is
used).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x27
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = sync.
Sync
Slow
Fast
Data[0]
\x00
\x04
Projector type :
BD2100(LC), BD3000(LC), BD3100(LC), BD5100(LC),
BD8100(LC), BG8100(LC)..
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sync, read
Example :
Read the sync status of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the sync status equals fast.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x27
\x49
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x27
\x04
\x4d
\xff
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sync, write fast
Description :
Set the sync to fast (only active when the decoder is used).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x27
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
BD2100(LC), BD3000(LC), BD3100(LC), BD5100(LC),
BD8100(LC), BG8100(LC)..
Example :
Set the sync to fast of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x27
\x4f
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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sync, write slow
Description :
Set the sync to slow (only active when the decoder is
used).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x27
Data :
No data bytes.
Projector type :
BD2100(LC), BD3000(LC), BD3100(LC), BD5100(LC),
BD8100(LC), BG8100(LC)..
Example :
Set the sync to slow of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x26
Command[1]
\x27
Checksum
\x4e
Stop
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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text, write off
Description :
Set text off (identical to TEXT button on infrared remote
control).
Command :
Command[0]
\x0e
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set text off of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x0e
\x0f
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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text, write on
Description :
Set text on (identical to TEXT button on infrared remote
control).
Command :
Command[0]
\x0d
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set text on of a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x0d
\x0e
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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tint, read
Description :
Read the actual tint value.
(only active when the internal decoder is used and the
signal is NTSC).
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x04
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = tint value.
Note :
This command is only active when the internal decoder is
used and the signal is NTSC.
Example :
Read the actual tint value of a projector with address \x01.
Suppose the tint equals 0.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x04
\x26
\xff
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tint, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x04
\x00
\x26
\xff
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tint, write
Description :
Write a new tint value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x04
Data :
Data[0] = tint value.
Note :
This command is only active when the internal decoder is
used and the signal is NTSC.
Example :
Set the tint to 0 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x04
\x00
\x25
\xff
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tint, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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treble, read
Description :
Read the actual treble value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x09
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = treble value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Read the actual treble value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the volume equals \xff.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x09
\x2b
\xff
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treble, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x09
\x80
\x7f
\x2a
\xff
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treble, write
Description :
Write a new treble value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x09
Data :
Data[0] = treble value.
Projector type :
All projectors with audio control.
Example :
Set the treble to \xff on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x09
\x80
\x7f
\x29
\xff
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treble, write
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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vertical refresh, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the vertical refresh.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x61
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = value of the vertical refresh.
Sync
Async
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Read the actual value of the vertical refresh of a projector
with address \x01. Suppose the vertical refresh is
synchronous.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x61
\x83
\xff
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vertical refresh, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x61
\x00
\x83
\xff
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vertical refresh, write synchronous
Description :
Set the vertical refresh to synchronous.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x61
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set the vertical refresh to synchronous on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x26
\x61
\x88
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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vertical refresh, write asynchronous
Description :
Set the vertical refresh to asynchronous.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x61
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set the vertical refresh to asynchronous on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x61
\x89
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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vertical sync polarity, read
Description :
Read the actual value of the vertical sync polarity.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x64
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = value of the vertical sync polarity.
Leading
Trailing
Data[0]
\x00
\x01
Example :
Read the actual value of the vertical sync polarity of a
projector with address \x01. Suppose the vertical sync
polarity is leading.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x64
\x86
\xff
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vertical sync polarity, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x64
\x00
\x86
\xff
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vertical sync polarity, write leading
Description :
Set the vertical sync polarity to leading.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x26
\x64
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set the vertical sync polarity to leading on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x26
\x64
\x8b
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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vertical sync polarity, write trailing
Description :
Set the vertical sync polarity to trailing.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x27
\x64
Data :
No data bytes.
Example :
Set the vertical sync polarity to trailing on a projector with
address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x27
\x64
\x8c
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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volume, read
Description :
Read the actual volume value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x21
\x07
Data :
No data bytes.
Return data :
Data[0] = volume value.
Example :
Read the actual volume value of a projector with address
\x01. Suppose the volume equals \x10.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x07
\x29
\xff
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volume, read
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
Receive (answer)
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x21
\x07
\x10
\x39
\xff
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volume, write
Description :
Write a new volume value.
Command :
Command[0]
Command[1]
\x20
\x07
Data :
Data[0] = volume value.
Example :
Set the volume to \x10 on a projector with address \x01.
Transmit
Start
Projector address
Command[0]
Command[1]
Data[0]
Checksum
Stop
\xfe
\x01
\x20
\x07
\x10
\x38
\xff
Receive (acknowledge)
Start
\xfe
Projector address
\x01
Command[0]
\x00
Command[1]
\x06
Checksum
\x07
Stop
\xff
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800-peripheral, read output module : \xf2\x81[config]
800-peripheral, write output module : \xf2\x01[config]
balance, decrement : \x23\x0a
balance, increment : \x22\x0a
balance, read : \x21\x0a
balance, write : \x20\x0a[value]
bass, decrement : \x23\x08
bass, increment : \x22\x08
bass, read : \x21\x08
bass, write : \x20\x08[value]
baudrate pc, write : \x75[baudrate]
blanking bottom, decrement : \x23\x4d
blanking bottom, increment : \x22\x4d
blanking bottom, read : \x21\x4d
blanking bottom, write : \x20\x4d[value]
blanking left, decrement : \x23\x4e
blanking left, increment : \x22\x4e
blanking left, read : \x21\x4e
blanking left, write : \x20\x4e[value]
blanking right, decrement : \x23\x4f
blanking right, increment : \x22\x4f
blanking right, read : \x21\x4f
blanking right, write : \x20\x4f[value]
blanking top, decrement : \x23\x4c
blanking top, increment : \x22\x4c
blanking top, read : \x21\x4c
blanking top, write : \x20\x4c[value]
brightness, decrement : \x04
brightness, increment : \x03
brightness, read : \x21\x02
brightness, write : \x20\x02[value]
clamp delay, decrement : \x23\x67
clamp delay, increment : \x22\x67
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clamp delay, read : \x21\x67
clamp delay, write : \x20\x67[value]
clamp edge, read : \x21\x66
clamp edge, write leading : \x26\x66
clamp edge, write trailing : \x27\x66
clamp width, decrement : \x23\x68
clamp width, increment : \x22\x68
clamp width, read : \x21\x68
clamp width, write : \x20\x68[value]
color balance blue/green, decrement : \x23\x44
color balance blue/green, increment : \x22\x44
color balance blue/green, read : \x21\x44
color balance blue/green, write : \x20\x44[value]
color balance red/green, decrement : \x23\x43
color balance red/green, increment : \x22\x43
color balance red/green, read : \x21\x43
color balance red/green, write : \x20\x43[value]
color temperature, read : \x21\x45
color temperature, write : \x20\x45[value]
color, decrement : \x06
color, increment : \x05
color, read : \x21\x03
color, write : \x20\x03[value]
contrast, decrement : \x02
contrast, increment : \x01
contrast, read : \x21\x01
contrast, write : \x20\x01[value]
dimming, decrement : \x23\x0d
dimming, increment : \x22\x0d
dimming, read : \x21\x0d
fade audio extern, decrement : \x23\x41
fade audio extern, increment : \x22\x41
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fade audio extern, read : \x21\x41
fade audio extern, write : \x20\x41[value]
fade audio intern, decrement : \x23\x40
fade audio intern, increment : \x22\x40
fade audio intern, read : \x21\x40
fade audio intern, write : \x20\x40[value]
field polarity, read : \x21\x62
field polarity, write : \x20\x62[value]
field select, read : \x21\x63
field select, write : \x20\x63[value]
file, copy : \xc2[filename1][filename2]
file, delete : \xc1[filename]
file, list : \xc0[filename]
file, list active : \xc5
file, move : \xc4[filename1][filename2]
file, read : \xbf[filename]
file, rename : \xc3[filename1][filename2]
file, write : \xbe[filename][data]
frame delay, read : \x21\x65
frame delay, write off : \x26\x65
frame delay, write on : \x27\x65
freeze, write off : \x26\x23
freeze, write on : \x27\x23
gamma, decrement : \x23\x70
gamma, increment : \x22\x70
gamma, read : \x21\x70
gamma, write : \x20\x70[value]
horizontal period, read : \x21\x5b
horizontal period, write : \x20\x5b[value]
information display, read : \x73
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infrared control, * : \x30\x77
infrared control, 0 : \x30\x19
infrared control, 1 : \x30\x10
infrared control, 2 : \x30\x11
infrared control, 3 : \x30\x12
infrared control, 4 : \x30\x13
infrared control, 5 : \x30\x14
infrared control, 6 : \x30\x15
infrared control, 7 : \x30\x16
infrared control, 8 : \x30\x17
infrared control, 9 : \x30\x18
infrared control, ADDR : \x20
infrared control, ADDR : \x30\x20
infrared control, ARROW DOWN : \x30\x05
infrared control, ARROW DOWN : \x30\x05
infrared control, ARROW LEFT : \x30\x07
infrared control, ARROW RIGHT : \x30\x06
infrared control, ARROW UP : \x30\x04
infrared control, BALANCE- : \x30\x3f
infrared control, BALANCE+ : \x30\x3e
infrared control, BASS- : \x30\x3b
infrared control, BASS+ : \x30\x3a
infrared control, BRIGHTNESS- : \x30 \x2b
infrared control, BRIGHTNESS : \x30\x27
infrared control, BRIGHTNESS+ : \x30 \x2a
infrared control, COLOR- : \x30\x2d
infrared control, COLOR : \x30\x30
infrared control, COLOR+ : \x30\x2c
infrared control, CONTRAST : \x30\x25
infrared control, CONTRAST- : \x30\x29
infrared control, CONTRAST+ : \x30\x28
infrared control, ENTER : \x30\x0a
infrared control, EXIT : \x30\x08
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infrared control, FREEZ : \x30\x1b
infrared control, HELP : \x30\x09
infrared control, MUTE : \x30\x1f
infrared control, PAUSE : \x30\x0f
infrared control, PHASE : \x30\x32
infrared control, PHASE- : \x30\x35
infrared control, PHASE+ : \x30\x34
infrared control, SHARPNESS : \x30\x33
infrared control, SHARPNESS- : \x30\x37
infrared control, SHARPNESS+ : \x30\x36
infrared control, STDBY : \x30\x0e
infrared control, TEXT : \x30\x0d
infrared control, TINT- : \x30\x2f
infrared control, TINT : \x30\x31
infrared control, TINT+ : \x30\x2e
infrared control, TREBLE- : \x30\x3d
infrared control, TREBLE+ : \x30\x3c
infrared control, VOLUME- : \x30\x39
infrared control, VOLUME+ : \x30\x38
infrared ports, read : \x6f
infrared ports, write : \x6e[value]
installation, read : \x21\x24
installation, write : \x20\x24
interlace, write on : \x27\x60
interlaced, read : \x21\x60
interlaced, write off : \x26\x60
internal pattern, write : \x41[value]
keystone horizontal, decrement : \x23\x50
keystone horizontal, increment : \x22\x50
keystone horizontal, read : \x21\x50
keystone horizontal, write : \x20\x50[value]
lamp, read history : \x74
lamp, read run time : \x64
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lamp, read serial number : \x63
lamp, read status : \x6c
lamp, reset run time : \x68
lamp, write status : \xc6
language, read : \x71
language, write : \x70[language]
lens, bridge : \xf4\x85[direction]
lens, focus : \xf4\x83[direction]
lens, shift : \xf4\x81[direction]
lens, tilt : \xf4\x84[direction]
lens, zoom : \xf4\x82[direction]
line start, decrement : \x23\x5a
line start, increment : \x22\x5a
line start, read : \x21\x5a
line start, write : \x20\x5a[value]
lines active, decrement : \x23\x59
lines active, increment : \x22\x59
lines active, read : \x21\x59
lines active, write : \x20\x59
lines total, decrement : \x23\x58
lines total, increment : \x22\x58
lines total, read : \x21\x58
lines total, write : \x20\x58
lock audio, read : \x21\x3f
lock audio, read : \x21\x3f
lock audio, write : \x20\x3f[lock]
logo, read background : \xf1\x82
logo, read hot-key : \xf1\x83
logo, read position : \xf1\x84
logo, read status : \xf1\x81
logo, write background : \xf1\x02[value]
logo, write hot-key : \xf1\x03[value]
logo, write position : \xf1\x04[value]
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logo, write status : \xf1\x01[value]
menu, exit : \x42\x01\x01
menu, exit all : \x42\x01\xff
MOCA, read version : \xf3\x82
MOCA, set blue to midposition : \xf3\x06
MOCA, set green to midposition : \xf3\x04
MOCA, set red to midposition : \xf3\x05
MOCA, set to midposition : \xf3\x07
MOCA, write blue : \xf3\x03[position][direction]
MOCA, write green : \xf3\x01[position][direction]
MOCA, write red : \xf3\x02[position][direction]
mute audio, read : \x21\x3d
mute audio, write off : \x26\x3d
mute audio, write on : \x27\x3d
mute video, read : \x21\x3e
mute video, write off : \x26\x3e
mute video, write on : \x27\x3e
panel, read size : \xf0\x01
peripheral source, write : \x33\xff[source][type]
phase, decrement : \x0c
phase, increment : \x0b
phase, read : \x21\x06
phase, write : \x20\x06[value]
pixel start, decrement : \x23\x5e
pixel start, increment : \x22\x5e
pixel start, read : \x21\x5e
pixel start, write : \x20\x5e[value]
pixels active, decrement : \x23\x5d
pixels active, increment : \x22\x5d
pixels active, read : \x21\x5d
pixels active, write : \x20\x5d[value]
pixels total, decrement : \x23\x5c
pixels total, increment : \x22\x5c
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pixels total, read : \x21\x5c
pixels total, write : \x20\x5c[value]
programmable blanking, write : \xe1[shape]
projector status, read : \x67
projector status, write off : \x66
projector status, write on : \x65
projector, read run time : \x62
projector, read serial number : \x61
projector, read type : \x6b
projector, write address : \x6d[address]
sharpness, decrement : \x0a
sharpness, increment : \x09
sharpness, read : \x21\x05
sharpness, write : \x20\x05[value]
shift horizontal, decrement : \x23\x47
shift horizontal, increment : \x22\x47
shift horizontal, read : \x21\x47
shift horizontal, write : \x20\x47[value]
shift vertical, decrement : \x23\x48
shift vertical, increment : \x22\x48
shift vertical, read : \x21\x48
shift vertical, write : \x20\x48[value]
shutter, close : \x23\x42[speed]
shutter, open : \x22\x42[speed]
shutter, read : \x21\x42
size horizontal, decrement : \x23\x49
size horizontal, increment : \x22\x49
size horizontal, read : \x21\x49
size horizontal, write : \x20\x49[value]
size vertical, decrement : \x23\x4a
size vertical, increment : \x22\x4a
size vertical, read : \x21\x4a
size vertical, write : \x20\x4a[value[
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software, read language : \x69
software, read type : \x6a
software, read version : \x60
source/slot, read number : \x32
source/slot, read number+mode : \x34
source/slot, read number+mode : \x34
source/slot, write number : \x31\x[source/slot number]
source/slot, write number+mode : \x33[source/slot
number][source/slot mode]
source/slot, write number+mode : \x33[source][mode]
sync, read : \x21\x27
sync, write fast : \x27\x27
sync, write slow : \x26\x27
text, write off : \x0e
text, write on : \x0d
tint, decrement : \x08
tint, increment : \x07
tint, read : \x21\x04
tint, write : \x20\x04[value]
treble, decrement : \x23\x09
treble, increment : \x22\x09
treble, read : \x21\x09
treble, write : \x20\x09[value]
vertical refresh, read : \x21\x61
vertical refresh, write asynchronous : \x26\x61
vertical refresh, write synchronous : \x27\x61
vertical sync polarity, read : \x21\x64
vertical sync polarity, write leading : \x26\x64
vertical sync polarity, write trailing : \x27\x64
volume, decrement : \x23\x07
volume, increment : \x22\x07
volume, read : \x21\x07
volume, write : \x20\x07[value]
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