Christie | 103-010100-01 | Christie LX380 and LX450 Serial Communications

Christie LX380 and LX450 Serial Communications
BASIC SERIAL COMMAND SPECIFICATIONS
103-010100-01(LX-380)
103-009100-01(LX-450)
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- CONTENTS -
1.
Overview....................................................................................................................... 4
2.
Serial Interface Specifications.................................................................................... 4
2.1.
Transfer Specifications ........................................................................................ 4
2.2.
Connection............................................................................................................ 4
3.
Notes for Communication........................................................................................... 5
4.
Functional Execution Command Table...................................................................... 6
5.
Status Read Command Table ..................................................................................... 8
6.
Functional Execution Command................................................................................ 9
6.1.
Format ................................................................................................................... 9
6.2.
Command Pipelining............................................................................................ 9
6.3.
Transfer Example.................................................................................................. 9
6.4.
Operation Requirements.................................................................................... 10
6.5.
POWER ON Command ....................................................................................... 11
6.6.
POWER OFF Command (Quick Power OFF)............................................... 11
6.7.
POWER OFF Command ..................................................................................... 11
6.8.
INPUT 1 Command ............................................................................................. 11
6.9.
INPUT 2 Command ............................................................................................. 11
6.10. INPUT 3 Command ............................................................................................. 12
6.11. NETWORK Command ........................................................................................ 12
6.12. VOLUME + Command ........................................................................................ 12
6.13. VOLUME – Command......................................................................................... 12
6.14. SOUND MUTE ON Command ............................................................................ 12
6.15. SOUND MUTE OFF Command........................................................................... 13
6.16. VIDEO MUTE ON Command .............................................................................. 13
6.17. VIDEO MUTE OFF Command ............................................................................ 13
6.18. Screen Normal size Command.......................................................................... 13
6.19. Screen Wide size Command.............................................................................. 13
6.20. MENU ON Command .......................................................................................... 13
6.21. MENU OFF Command ........................................................................................ 14
6.22. DISPLAY CLEAR Command .............................................................................. 14
6.23. BRIGHTNESS + Command ................................................................................ 14
6.24. BRIGHTNESS – Command ................................................................................ 14
6.25. INPUT 2 VIDEO Command ................................................................................. 14
6.26. INPUT 2 Y,Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr Command ..................................................................... 14
6.27. INPUT 2 RGB Command .................................................................................... 15
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6.28. IMAGE Command ............................................................................................... 15
6.29. ON START Setting Command............................................................................ 15
6.30. ON START Cancel Command ............................................................................ 15
6.31. Power Management Ready Command.............................................................. 15
6.32. Power Management OFF Command ................................................................. 15
6.33. Power Management Shut down Command ...................................................... 16
6.34. D.ZOOM + Command ......................................................................................... 16
6.35. D.ZOOM – Command.......................................................................................... 16
6.36. INPUT 3 AUTO Command .................................................................................. 16
6.37. INPUT 3 VIDEO Command ................................................................................. 16
6.38. INPUT 3 S-VIDEO Command ............................................................................. 16
6.39. POINTER RIGHT Command ............................................................................... 17
6.40. POINTER LEFT Command ................................................................................. 17
6.41. POINTER UP Command ..................................................................................... 17
6.42. POINTER DOWN Command............................................................................... 17
6.43. ENTER Command............................................................................................... 17
6.44. FREEZE ON Command ...................................................................................... 18
6.45. FREEZE OFF Command..................................................................................... 18
6.46. ZOOM – Command ............................................................................................. 18
6.47. ZOOM + Command ............................................................................................. 18
6.48. FOCUS - Command ............................................................................................ 18
6.49. FOCUS + Command ........................................................................................... 18
6.50. INPUT 1 Analog RGB Command ....................................................................... 19
6.51. INPUT 1 SCART Command................................................................................ 19
6.52. INPUT 1 DVI (PC Digital) Command .................................................................. 19
6.53. INPUT 1 DVI (AV HDCP) Command ................................................................... 19
6.54. LENS SHIFT UP Command ................................................................................ 19
6.55. LENS SHIFT DOWN Command.......................................................................... 19
6.56. LENS SHIFT LEFT Command ............................................................................ 20
6.57. LENS SHIFT RIGHT Command .......................................................................... 20
6.58. AUTO PC ADJ. Command.................................................................................. 20
6.59. PRESENTATION TIMER Command ................................................................... 20
6.60. KEYSTONE ↑Command ..................................................................................... 20
6.61. KEYSTONE ↓Command ..................................................................................... 20
7.
Status Read Command.............................................................................................. 22
7.1.
Format ................................................................................................................. 22
7.2.
Transfer Example................................................................................................ 22
7.3.
Status Read Command ...................................................................................... 23
7.4.
Input Mode Read Command .............................................................................. 25
7.5.
Lamp Time Read Command .............................................................................. 25
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7.6.
Setting Read Command ..................................................................................... 25
7.7.
Temp Read Command........................................................................................ 26
7.8.
Lamp Mode Read Command ............................................................................. 26
1. Overview
1.1. These specifications define projector control commands for LX380/450 (1.0” XGA ).
1.2. The projector control commands are used to remotely control a projector through RS-232C from a
computer.
2. Serial Interface Specifications
2.1. Transfer Specifications
Item
Specifications
Synchronous system
Asynchronous
Transmission Speed
9600 / 19200
Data Length
8 bit
Parity
N/A
Stop Bit
1
Flow Control
N/A
1) Transmission speed: initial setting value is 19200.
2) Transmission speed can be changed in service mode.
2.2. Connection
Dedicated serial cable must be used for connection to a computer and a projector.
PC
COM 1
(D-Sub 9 Pin)
Projector
Control Port
(Mini 8 Pin)
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3.
Notes for Communication
3.1. The projector control command is defined as one command/one line that starts with “C” and ends
with carriage return (0x0D).
3.2. When the projector receives carriage return (0x0D), decoding starts.
3.3. There are two types of Commands: Functional Execution Commands, which execute the same
function as the projector keys and remote control, and Status Read Commands, which get the basic
status of the projector.
Example of Functional Execution Command: “C05” [CR]
Example of Status Read Command: “CR0” [CR]
3.4. It clears the information of buffer in the cases below.
3.4.1. When the projector receives LF (0x0A) or EOF (0x1A)
3.4.2. When it takes more than one second to receive one command (until the projector receives
carriage return since it has received the first data)
3.5. For the pipelining of Functional Execution Command, wait for the following interval time after
receiving a response.
3.5.1. Commands “VOLUME+/-“, “ZOOM UP/DOWN”, “FOCUS UP/DOWN” and “LENS-SHIFT
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT” → 100ms
3.5.2. Other Commands → 500ms
3.6. For the pipelining of Status Read Command, wait for the interval time of 500ms at least after
receiving a response.
3.7. When a command is issued before receiving a response, the function is not executed properly
except when there is no Response for more than 5 seconds.
3.8. It takes about 7 seconds for internal initialization after plugging in AC power. During this time, it
cannot process commands. Do not issue any command.
3.9. Internal initialization and lamp lighting is executed during 7 seconds after powering on in Standby
mode. When the command is sent during this time, ACK value is returned but the function is not
executed. However, Status Read Command is executed 500ms after receiving ACK value for Power
ON command.
3.10. During countdown and cooling down:
When the command is received during countdown after Power ON and cooling down after Power
OFF, ACK value is returned but the function is not executed. However, Status Read Command
can be executed.
3.11. On switching INPUT
During 5 seconds after switching action has started in response to reception of INPUT switching
command, ACK value is returned but the function is not executed when command is received.
However, for Status Read Command, the function is executed in 500ms after receiving ACK value
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for INPUT switching command.
3.12. The number of characters of response to Status Read Commands depends on commands.
Please see [7. Status Read Commands].
3.13. Characters for commands must be Capital (A - Z).
4. Functional Execution Command Table
Command
C00
C01
Item
POWER ON
POWER OFF
(Quick Power OFF)
Command
C20
Item
BRIGHTNESS +
C21
BRIGHTNESS -
C02
POWER OFF
C22
―――
C03
―――
C23
INPUT 2 VIDEO
C04
―――
C24
INPUT 2 Y,Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr
C05
INPUT 1
C25
INPUT 2 RGB
C06
INPUT 2
C26
―――
C07
INPUT 3
C27
IMAGE
C08
NETWORK
C28
ON START Enable
C09
VOLUME +
C29
ON START Disable
C0A
VOLUME -
C2A
POWER MANAGEMENT READY
C0B
SOUND MUTE ON
C2B
POWER MANAGEMENT OFF
C0C
SOUND MUTE OFF
C2C
―――
C0D
VIDEO MUTE ON
C2D
―――
C0E
VIDEO MUTE OFF
C2E
POWER MANAGEMENT SHUT DOWN
C0F
SCREEN NORMAL SIZE(4:3)
C2F
―――
C10
SCREEN WIDE SIZE(16:9)
C30
D.ZOOM +
C11
―――
C31
D.ZOOM -
C12
―――
C32
INPUT 3 AUTO
C13
―――
C33
INPUT 3 VIDEO
C14
―――
C34
INPUT 3 S-VIDEO
C15
―――
C35
―――
C16
―――
C36
―――
C17
―――
C37
―――
C18
―――
C38
―――
C19
―――
C39
―――
C1A
―――
C3A
POINTER RIGHT
C1B
―――
C3B
POINTER LEFT
C1C
MENU ON
C3C
POINTER UP
C1D
MENU OFF
C3D
POINTER DOWN
C1E
DISPLAY CLEAR
C3E
―――
C1F
―――
C3F
ENTER
――― means no function.
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Command
Item
Command
Item
C40
―――
C80
―――
C41
―――
C81
―――
C42
―――
C82
―――
C43
FREEZE ON
C83
―――
C44
FREEZE OFF
C84
―――
C45
―――
C85
―――
C46
ZOOM -
C86
―――
C47
ZOOM +
C87
―――
C48
―――
C88
―――
C49
―――
C89
Auto PC ADJ.
C4A
FOCUS -
C8A
PRESENTATION TIMER
C4B
C4C
FOCUS +
C8B
―――
―――
C8C
―――
C4D
―――
C8D
―――
C4E
―――
C8E
KEYSTONE ↑
C4F
―――
C8F
KEYSTONE ↓
C50
INPUT 1 Analog RGB
C90
―――
C51
INPUT 1 Scart
C91
―――
C52
INPUT 1 DVI (PC Digital)
C92
―――
C53
INPUT 1 DVI (AV HDCP)
C93
―――
C54
Computer
C94
―――
C55
―――
C95
―――
C56
―――
C96
―――
C57
―――
C97
―――
C58
―――
C98
―――
Component
C59
―――
C99
―――
C5A
―――
C9A
―――
C5B
―――
C9B
―――
C5C
―――
C9C
―――
C5D
LENS SHIFT UP
C9D
―――
C5E
LENS SHIFT DOWN
C9E
―――
C5F
LENS SHIFT LEFT
C60
LENS SHIFT RIGHT
C9F
―――
―――
―――
――― means no function.
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5. Status Read Command Table
Command
Item
CR0
Status Read
CR1
Input Mode Read
CR2
―――
CR3
(Corresponding) Lamp Time Read
CR4
Setting Read
CR5
―――
CR6
Temp Read
CR7
Lamp Mode Read
CR8
―――
CR9
―――
CRA
―――
CRB
―――
CRC
―――
Memo
――― means no function.
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6. Functional Execution Command
6.1. Format
6.5.1. PC issues a command in format as below.
“C” COMMAND [CR]
Command: two characters (See Basic Functional Execution Command Table)
6.5.2. A projector changes received data to decode and returns a result after being ready to receive
next command.
[ACK][CR]:(0x06、0x0D)When received Functional Execution Commands.
6.5.3. “?”[CR]:When the received data cannot be decoded.
6.2. Command Pipelining
When some functions need the command pipelining (Volume +/-, Zoom +/-, etc), the performance is
the same as that of the remote control;
6.2.1. System: issue any command every 100 ms.
6.2.2. When receiving the appropriate command, the function is executed for 120 ms from the
moment.
6.2.3. When receiving the same command continuously within 120 ms, the function is executed for
another 120 ms from the moment.
6.2.4. When there is no incoming command after 120 ms, the execution of pipelining is stopped.
6.2.5. When the projector receives other incoming commands within 120ms, the execution of
pipelining is stopped.
6.3. Transfer Example
Switch the projector to video mode with Basic Command.
Command
PC → Projector “C”
“0”
“7”
CR
Projector → PC
ACK
CR
Processing
(A few ms ~ 5s)
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6.4. Operation Requirements
When the projector’s status in this below, Functional Execution Commands are limited.
Projector Status
Standby Mode
Available Functional Execution Commands
C00:POWER ON
C00:POWER ON → Countdown is terminated
C01:POWER OFF
C02:POWER OFF → Countdown is terminated
C46:ZOOM C47:ZOOM +
Countdown in process
C4A:FOCUS C4B:FOCUS +
C5D:LENS SHIFT UP
C5E:LENS SHIFT DOWN
C5F:LENS SHIFT LEFT
C60:LENS SHIFT RIGHT
Cooling Down in process
Cooling Down due to Abnormal
Temperature
Abnormal Temperature Status
Power Save / Cooling Down
in process
Power Save Status
Cooling Down after Power OFF due
to lamp failure
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
C00:POWER ON
C01:POWER OFF
NONE
Note) When the status is as above, even if the projector receives other commands,
it returns [ACK] [CR].
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6.5. POWER ON Command
Command
“C00” [CR]
Detail
Power ON
When already Power is ON, nothing is done.
When sending this command during Countdown in process, Countdown is
terminated.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.6. POWER OFF Command (Quick Power OFF)
Command
“C01” [CR]
Detail
Power OFF (Standby)
When Power is OFF with ON-OFF button of the projector and remote control,
“Power OFF?” is displayed. However, as soon as this command is sent, Quick
Power OFF is executed.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.7. POWER OFF Command
Command
“C02” [CR]
Detail
Power OFF (Standby).
The command operates the same way Power OFF function as ON/STAND-BY
button of the projector and remote control.
Once this command is sent, “Power OFF?” is displayed. If this command is sent
again while it is displayed, Power OFF is executed.
When sending this command during Countdown, Countdown is terminated.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.8. INPUT 1 Command
Command
“C05” [CR]
Detail
Select Input 1.
This command operates differently from “Input 1” key of the remote control. When
INPUT 1 is already selected, this command does not execute the source
switching. (Just for switching to Input 1)
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.9. INPUT 2 Command
Command
“C06” [CR]
Detail
Select Input 2.
This command operates differently from “Input 2” key of the remote control. When
Input 2 is already selected, this command does not execute the source switching.
(Just for switching to Input 2)
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
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Unacceptable
6.10.
INPUT 3 Command
Command
“C07” [CR]
Detail
Select INPUT 3.
This command operates differently from “Input 3” key of the remote control. When
INPUT 3 is already selected, this command does not execute the source
switching. (Just for switching to Input 3)
Response
6.11.
“?”[CR]
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
NETWORK Command
Command
“C08” [CR]
Detail
Select Network Input
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.12. VOLUME + Command
Command
“C09” [CR]
Detail
Volume Up.
This command operates the same way as VOLUME + button of the projector and
remote control.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.13. VOLUME – Command
Command
“C0A” [CR]
Detail
Volume Down
This command operates the same way as VOLUME – button of the projector and
remote control.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.14. SOUND MUTE ON Command
Command
“C0B” [CR]
Detail
Sound Mute ON.
This command works the same way as “MUTE” button of the remote control for
Mute ON, but does not work for Mute OFF.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
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6.15. SOUND MUTE OFF Command
Command
“C0C” [CR]
Detail
Sound Mute OFF.
This command works the same way as “MUTE” button of the remote control for
Mute OFF, but does not work for Mute ON.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.16. VIDEO MUTE ON Command
Command
“C0D”[CR]
Detail
Video Mute ON.
This command works the same way as “NO SHOW” button of the remote control
for No Show ON, but does not work for No Show OFF.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.17. VIDEO MUTE OFF Command
Command
“C0E” [CR]
Detail
Video Mute OFF.
This command works the same way as “NO SHOW” button of remote control for
No Show OFF, but does not work for No Show ON.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.18. Screen Normal size Command
Command
“C0F” [CR]
Detail
Set screen size to Normal (4:3).
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.19. Screen Wide size Command
Command
“C10” [CR]
Detail
Set screen size to Wide (16:9).
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.20. MENU ON Command
Command
“C1C” [CR]
Detail
Display Menu of On Screen Display.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
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Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.21. MENU OFF Command
Command
“C1D” [CR]
Detail
Clear Menu of On Screen Display.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.22. DISPLAY CLEAR Command
Command
“C1E” [CR]
Detail
Clear On Screen Display.
Clear On Screen Display unconditionally.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.23. BRIGHTNESS + Command
Command
“C20” [CR]
Detail
Brightness of User Control +1.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.24. BRIGHTNESS – Command
Command
“C21” [CR]
Detail
Brightness of User Control –1.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.25. INPUT 2 VIDEO Command
Command
“C23”[CR]
Detail
Select Video input in Input 2.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.26. INPUT 2 Y,Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr Command
Command
“C24” [CR]
Detail
Select Y,Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr input in Input 2.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
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6.27. INPUT 2 RGB Command
Command
“C25”[CR]
Detail
Select RGB input in Input 2.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.28. IMAGE Command
Command
“C27”[CR]
Detail
Switch Image Setting status.
This command operates the same way as “IMAGE” button of the projector.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.29. ON START Setting Command
Command
“C28” [CR]
Detail
Enable Power ON Start.
This status is stored in EEPROM and retained regardless of Power OFF/ON.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.30. ON START Cancel Command
Command
“C29” [CR]
Detail
Disable Power ON Start.
This status is stored in EEPROM and retained regardless of Power OFF/ON.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.31. Power Management Ready Command
Command
“C2A” [CR]
Detail
Set Power Management to Ready mode.
This status is stored in EEPROM and retained regardless of Power ON/OFF.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.32. Power Management OFF Command
Command
“C2B” [CR]
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Detail
Response
Set Power Management OFF.
This status is stored in EEPROM and retained regardless of Power ON/OFF.
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.33. Power Management Shut down Command
Command
“C2E” [CR]
Detail
Set Power Management to Shut down mode.
This status is stored in EEPROM and retained regardless of Power OFF/ON.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.34. D.ZOOM + Command
Command
“C30” [CR]
Detail
Enter Digital Zoom mode and expand image size.
This command works the same way as “D.ZOOM ▲” button of the remote control.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.35. D.ZOOM – Command
Command
“C31” [CR]
Detail
Enter Digital Zoom mode and reduce image size.
This command works the same way as “D.ZOOM ▼” button of the remote control.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.36. INPUT 3 AUTO Command
Command
“C32” [CR]
Detail
Select Auto input in Input 3.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.37. INPUT 3 VIDEO Command
Command
“C33” [CR]
Detail
Select Video input in Input 3.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.38. INPUT 3 S-VIDEO Command
Command
“C34” [CR]
Detail
Select S-video input in Input 3.
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Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.39. POINTER RIGHT Command
Command
“C3A” [CR]
Detail
Move the Pointer of On-Screen Display to the right.
This command differs from the operation of pointer “>” of the projector and has no
function of Volume +.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.40. POINTER LEFT Command
Command
“C3B” [CR]
Detail
Move the Pointer of On-Screen Display to the left.
This command differs from the operation of pointer “<” of the projector and has no
function of Volume -.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.41. POINTER UP Command
Command
“C3C” [CR]
Detail
Move up the Pointer of On-Screen Display.
This command operates the same way as “▲” button of the projector.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.42. POINTER DOWN Command
Command
“C3D” [CR]
Detail
Move down the Pointer of On-Screen Display.
This command operates the same way as “▼” button of the projector.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.43. ENTER Command
Command
“C3F” [CR]
Detail
This command works the same way as “SELECT” button of the projector and
remote control.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
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6.44. FREEZE ON Command
Command
“C43” [CR]
Detail
Freeze on-screen image.
This command works the same way as “FREEZE” button of the remote control for
Freeze ON, but does not work for Freeze OFF.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.45. FREEZE OFF Command
Command
“C44” [CR]
Detail
Cancel Freeze mode.
This command works the same way as “FREEZE” button of the remote control for
Freeze OFF, but does not work for Freeze ON.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.46. ZOOM – Command
Command
“C46” [CR]
Detail
Reduce image size.
This command works the same way as “ZOOM▼” button of the projector.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.47. ZOOM + Command
Command
“C47” [CR]
Detail
Expand image size.
This command works the same way as “ZOOM▲” button of the projector.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.48. FOCUS - Command
Command
“C4A” [CR]
Detail
Adjust on-screen focus by making focal length shorter. (The lens moves forward)
This command works the same way as “FOCUS▲” button of the projector.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.49. FOCUS + Command
Command
“C4B” [CR]
Detail
Adjust on-screen focus by making focal length longer. (The lens moves backward)
This command works the same way as “FOCUS▲” button of the projector.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
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6.50. INPUT 1 Analog RGB Command
Command
“C50” [CR]
Detail
Select Analog RGB input in Input 1.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.51. INPUT 1 SCART Command
Command
“C51” [CR]
Detail
Select Scart input in Input 1.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.52. INPUT 1 DVI (PC Digital) Command
Command
“C52” [CR]
Detail
Select DVI (PC Digital) input in Input 1.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.53. INPUT 1 DVI (AV HDCP) Command
Command
“C53” [CR]
Detail
Select DVI (AV HDCP) input in Input 1.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.54. LENS SHIFT UP Command
Command
“C5D” [CR]
Detail
Move projection area upward.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.55. LENS SHIFT DOWN Command
Command
“C5E” [CR]
Detail
Move projection area downward.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
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6.56. LENS SHIFT LEFT Command
Command
“C5F” [CR]
Detail
Move projection area to the left.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.57. LENS SHIFT RIGHT Command
Command
“C60” [CR]
Detail
Move projection area to the right.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.58. AUTO PC ADJ. Command
Command
“C89” [CR]
Detail
Execute Auto PC Adj. function.
This command works the same way as “AUTO PC ADJ.” button of the remote
control. Sending this command during Auto PC Adj. process terminates the
operation. This is the same by “AUTO PC ADJ.” button of the remote control.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.59. PRESENTATION TIMER Command
Command
“C8A” [CR]
Detail
Execute Presentation Timer.
This command works the same way as “P-TIMER” button of the remote control.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.60. KEYSTONE ↑Command
Command
“C8E” [CR]
Detail
Correct keystone distortion by reducing upper part of image.
This command executes both keystone distortion correction and OSD display
regardless of whether the “KEYSTONE” OSD has been displayed or not.
Response
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
6.61. KEYSTONE ↓Command
Command
“C8F” [CR]
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Detail
Response
Correct keystone distortion by reducing down part of image.
This command executes both keystone distortion correction and OSD display
regardless of whether the “KEYSTONE” OSD has been displayed or not.
Acceptable
[ACK] [CR]
Unacceptable
“?”[CR]
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7. Status Read Command
7.1. Format
7.1.1.
PC issues commands in format as below;
“CR” Command [CR]
Command:1 character(See Basic Status Read Command Table)
7.1.2.
When a projector receives the appropriate command, it returns a character line as the
required data.
Required Data [CR]
Required Data:A character line(See Basic Status Read Command Table)
7.1.3.
When the received data cannot be decoded, the projector returns “?” [CR].
7.2. Transfer Example
Get input mode for projector with basic commands
Command(issues current input mode command)
PC → Projector
“C”
“R” “1”
“CR”
Projector → PC
“1”
“CR”
Processing
(A few ms~
5s)
(Shows Computer 1 is selected)
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7.3. Status Read Command
Command
“CR0” [CR]
Detail
Get the projector’s operating status
Acceptable
Response
%1
Unacceptable
“%1” [CR]
”00” = Power ON
“80” = Standby
“40” = Countdown in process
“20” = Cooling Down in process
“10” = Power Failure
“28” = Cooling Down in process due to Temperature Anomaly
“88” = Coming back after Temperature Anomaly
“24” = Power Save/Cooling Down in process
“04” = Power Save
“21” = Cooling Down in process due to lamp failure
“81” = Standby after Cooling Down due to lamp failure
“?” [CR]
[Details of Response]
7.3.1. “00” [CR]
Status: Power ON
Normal image is on the screen.
7.3.2. “80” [CR]
Status: Standby
When the status is Standby, Status Read Commands are always acceptable, but
Functional Execution Commands are not acceptable except POWER ON Command.
7.3.3. “40” [CR]
Status: Countdown in process
When “Display” in Setting Menu is ON and POWER ON is executed, it starts processing
Countdown.
When “Display” in Setting Menu is OFF, Countdown in process is canceled and the
status quickly moves to Power ON.
7.3.4. “20” [CR]
Status: Cooling Down in process
When the status is Power ON, and POWER OFF Command (“C01”[CR]) is executed, it
moves to Cooling Down status.
This status automatically moves to Standby after lamp turns off and the fan spin finishes
after about 90 seconds. The fan spin time depends on a model.
This function is used to cool down the lamps and other optical parts and is quite
important for projector’s reliability.
During this time, Functional Execution Commands are invalid.
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7.3.5. “10” [CR]
Status: Power Failure
When the power supply voltage inside the projector reaches abnormal status, the
projector is automatically turned off. The projector returns “10”[CR], which shows it
moves to Power OFF status due to power failure. Fan also stops unlike Cooling Down
status.
7.3.6. “28” [CR]
Status: Cooling Down in process due to Temperature Anomaly
When the inside temperature is out of the operating temperature, it automatically starts
Cooling Down. Response for this status is “28”[CR].
Even if the temperature decreases during this process, Cooling Down is executed.
7.3.7. “88”[CR]
Status: Coming back after temperature anomaly
When the status moves to Standby after Cooling Down due to temperature anomaly, it
returns “88” [CR].
This shows that the status turns to Standby because of abnormal temperature.
This status maintains until next operation is done. When Power On is executed, the
information of temperature anomaly is canceled and normal operation is executed.
7.3.8. “24”[CR]
Status: Power Save / Cooling Down in process
Power management function in Setting menu works and the status goes to Power Save
/ Cooling Down.
During this time, Functional Execution Commands are invalid (not executed).
This status moves to Power Save at set hours after the operation of Cooling Down.
Status:
No signal
Response:
Power Save / Cooling Down
Power Save
“24”
“04”
“00”
5 minutes with no signal
After about 90 sec.
7.3.9. “04”[CR]
Status: Power Save
This shows that it moves to Power Save status by Power management function in
Setting menu.
7.3.10. “21”[CR]
Status: Cooling down in process after OFF due to lamp failure
When the projector status is turned off due to lamp failure, it automatically starts Cooling
down. The projector returns “21”[CR]. “21”[CR] has been kept during Cooling down
operation.
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7.3.11. “81”[CR]
Status: Standby after Cooling down due to lamp failure
The projector has recovered from Lamp Failure status. When the projector enters
Standby mode after Cooling down operation invoked due to lamp failure, it returns
“81”[CR]. This indicates the status turns to Standby due to lamp failure.
This status continues until the next operation is started; when Power ON is executed,
the projector clears the information of Lamp Failure and normal operation starts.
7.4. Input Mode Read Command
Command
“CR1” [CR]
Detail
Get the selected Input No.
Acceptable
Response
%1
Unacceptable
“%1” [CR]
”1” = Input 1 is selected
”2” = Input 2 is selected
”3” = Input 3 is selected
”4” = Input 4 is selected (only for as the Network card support
model)
“?” [CR]
7.5. Lamp Time Read Command
Command
“CR3” [CR]
Detail
Get the total lamp running hours (corresponding value).
Acceptable
Response
%1
Unacceptable
“%1” [CR]
Shows the time period with 5 digits numbers.
Example: “00410”[CR] ・・・・shows 410 hours
“?” [CR]
7.6. Setting Read Command
Command
“CR4” [CR]
Detail
Get the screen setting status such as Ceiling / Rear.
Acceptable
Response
%1
Unacceptable
“%1” [CR]
“11”[CR] = Normal Screen Setting
“10”[CR] = Picture is top/bottom reversed.
(Status: Rear&Ceiling ON)
“01”[CR] = Picture is left/right reversed. (Status: Rear ON)
“00”[CR] = Picture is top/bottom and left/right reversed.
(Status: Ceiling ON)
“?” [CR]
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7.7. Temp Read Command
Command
“CR6” [CR]
Detail
Get the temperature data inside the projector.
With some temperature sensors installed in the projector, it is possible to get all
the temperature at once.
Acceptable
“%1_%2_%3” [CR]
%1=Temperature of sensor 1
%2=Temperature of sensor 2
Response
%1
%2
%3
Unacceptable
%3=Temperature of sensor 3
Temperature data is shown as “00.0”.
When the temperature goes down to -, the first character
becomes “-” instead of a space, like “-05.5” [CR].
When no temperature data can be returned due to hardware
problems, the first character becomes “E” like”E00.0” [CR].
When several temperature sensors are equipped, Responses are
returned continuously.
“_31.5 _ _35.2 _ _33.4”[CR]
The first data is sensor 1, then one space, and the data of sensor
2 follows.
“?”[CR]
7.8. Lamp Mode Read Command
Command
“CR7” [CR]
Detail
Get lamp mode.
The projector with single lamp get ON/OFF status of the lamp.
Acceptable
Response
%1
Unacceptable
“%1” [CR]
“00”[CR] = Lamp is OFF.
“01”[CR] = Lamp is ON.
“?”[CR]
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