MV410HS Command Operation manual [0:287.4KB]

MV410HS Command Operation manual [0:287.4KB]
RS-232C/422/485/
LAN COMMAND
MV-410HS
Multi Viewer
Version 2.0 - Higher
Table of Contents
1. Communication Setting ............................................................................................................... 1
1-1. RS-232C / 422 / 485 Interface Communication Standards ................................................. 1
1-2. LAN Interface Communication Setting ................................................................................ 1
1-3. Notes on the LAN Interface ................................................................................................. 2
2. Command Protocol Format ......................................................................................................... 3
2-1. Commands Formats for RS-232C, RS-422 and LAN (without Password) .......................... 3
2-2. Commands Formats for RS-485 ......................................................................................... 4
2-3. Commands Formats for LAN (with Password) .................................................................... 5
2-4. Response Message Format ................................................................................................ 6
3. Control Commands ..................................................................................................................... 6
3-1. Full Screen Display ............................................................................................................. 6
3-2. Layout Display .................................................................................................................... 7
3-3. Frame Rate Setting for Video Transmission ....................................................................... 7
3-4. JPEG Compression Setting for Transmission ..................................................................... 8
3-5. Output Video Frequency Setting ......................................................................................... 8
3-6. Display Mode Setting .......................................................................................................... 9
3-7. Output Resolution Setting for Layout Screen ...................................................................... 9
3-8. Screen Layout Setting....................................................................................................... 10
3-9. Crop Area Setting.............................................................................................................. 11
3-10. Save Layout .................................................................................................................... 11
3-11. Audio Level Meter Display ............................................................................................... 11
3-12. Audio Level Meter Display Function Setting .................................................................... 12
3-13. Title Setting ..................................................................................................................... 12
3-14. Border Setting ................................................................................................................. 13
3-15. Full Screen Setting.......................................................................................................... 13
3-16. Tally Display Setting ........................................................................................................ 14
3-17. Video Loss ON/OFF ........................................................................................................ 14
3-18. Video Loss Display Setting ............................................................................................. 14
3-19. Video Loss Reset ............................................................................................................ 15
3-20. Reference Clock Selection .............................................................................................. 15
3-21. Clock Display Selection .................................................................................................. 15
3-22. Internal Clock Adjustment ............................................................................................... 16
4. Status Request Commands ...................................................................................................... 17
4-1. Version .............................................................................................................................. 17
4-2. Input Video Format ........................................................................................................... 17
4-3. Output Screen Status ........................................................................................................ 18
4-4. Fan Alarm Status............................................................................................................... 18
4-5. Video Transmission Information ........................................................................................ 19
4-6. Output Video Frequency........................................................................................................ 19
4-7. Display Mode ...................................................................................................................... 20
4-8. Output Resolution of Layout Screen ....................................................................................... 20
4-9. Layout Screen Information ............................................................................................... 21
4-10. Crop Area Setting ............................................................................................................... 22
4-11. Audio Level Meter Display .............................................................................................. 22
4-12. Audio Level Meter Display Function Setting ................................................................... 23
4-13. Title Information .............................................................................................................. 24
4-14. Border Information.......................................................................................................... 25
4-15. Full Screen Information .................................................................................................. 26
4-16. Tally Display Setting ....................................................................................................... 26
4-17. Video Loss ON/OFF ....................................................................................................... 27
4-18. Video Loss Display Time Setting .................................................................................... 27
4-19. Reference Clock Selection ............................................................................................. 28
4-20. Clock Display Selection .................................................................................................. 28
4-21. Internal Clock Time......................................................................................................... 29
1. Communication Setting
1-1. RS-232C / 422 / 485 Interface Communication
Standards
The communication standards when connecting the unit to a serial controller via RS-232C,
RS-422 or RS-485 are as follows.
Transmission speed
Data length
Stop bit
Parity
X parameter (flow control)
9600bps, 19200bps or 38400bps
8 [bit]
1 [bit]
None, Odd, Even
None
1-2. LAN Interface Communication Setting
The communication standards when connecting the unit to a serial controller via LAN are as
follows.
 Communication Protocols
Application Layer
Transport Layer
Network Layer
Network Interface Layer
 Network Setting
Item
Original protocol described in this manual
TCP, UDP
IP, ICMP, ARP, RARP
Ethernet (CSMA/CD, 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Default Setting
IP address
192.168.0.1
Subnet mask
(Mask length)
24
Multcast address
239.255.0.0
Multcast port
2100
Gateway
0.0.0.0
Port number
MAC address
Setting Range
[0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255]
(Except 0.0.0.0 and 1.0.0.0)
0-31
Set at the
factory
[224-239].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255]
(Except 224.0.0.0 to 224.0.0.255)
1024 to 65535
[0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255]
Gateway (0.0.0.0) means the default gateway is
not set.
2010: Used to send and receive commands
2000: Used to receive image data
(Cannot be changed)
(Cannot be changed.)
NOTE
The network settings above are made in the LAN menu in MV-410HS. See 7-3. "LAN"
in the MV-410HS Operation Manual for details.
1
Command
1-3. Notes on the LAN Interface
1) IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway and Port number settings must be set to suit your
network system.
2) Consult your system administrator before setting IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway and
Port number to avoid troubles, if configuring the system in an existing LAN.
3) The MV-410HS cannot establish connections to multiple PCs via LAN.
4) Release the port on the MV-410HS when terminating the control from the PC, so that the
MV-410HS can establish a connection again to the PC or to another PC.
5)It takes approxmately 10 seconds to release port2000 on MV-410HS after port2000 (for
image data transmission) is released on the computer, and during this period you cannot
establish a connection.
6) The command port (port2010) automatically closes the socket connection to the computer if
the socket connection is left unused for 5 seconds.
 State Transition Diagram of MV-410HS
MV-410HS
power on
Starting up within 10 seconds.
Socket not -connected
MV-410HS closes the
socket connection if it is
left unused for 5 seconds.
Establishing a socket connection to PC
Socket connected
Ready to receive command
MV-410HS sends
response to the
command request.
Receiving a command from PC
Processing Command
2
Command
2. Command Protocol Format
All command contents are transmitted and received in ASCII code. Follow each format to make and
send message commands. The command formats are as shown in the following pages.
2-1. Commands Formats for RS-232C, RS-422 and
LAN (without Password)
 Command Format
Command code + Command parameter + CR + LF
(3 byte)
(Bytes specified for each parameter)
(Works without LF as well)
Ex.) When sending a command to display in full screen
Byte
1-3
4
5-6
7
8
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
Input channel
End code
Command
SDF
0
01-04
CR
LF
Description
Fixed to "0"
Channel no. 1-4
NOTE
The MV-410HS sends a response or a message when receiving a command. Do not
send the next command before receiving the response or the message transmitted by
the MV-410HS; Otherwise, the command cannot be read properly.
3
Command
2-2. Commands Formats for RS-485
The ID header is located in front of the Command code. The ID number specifies the ID of
MV-410HS (00-31) to be controlled. The ID number is set in the menu of MV-410HS.
 Command Format
I + ID number + Command code + Command parameter + CR + LF
(2 byte)
(3 byte)
(Bytes specified for each parameter)
(Works without LF as well)
Ex.) When sending a command to display in full screen
Byte
1
2-3
4
5
6
7
8-9
10
11
Parameter
ID header
Command code
Reserve
Input channel
End code
Command
I
00-31
S
D
F
0
01-04
CR
LF
Description
Fixed to "0"
Channel no. 1-4
NOTE
The MV-410HS sends a response or a message when receiving a command. Do not
send the next command before receiving the response or the message transmitted by
the MV-410HS. Otherwise, the command cannot be read properly.
Do not use the same ID number for two or more devices in an RS-485 system. If there
exists any device which has the same ID number as MV-410HS in the RS-485 system,
the MV-410HS connection does not work properly.
4
Command
2-3. Commands Formats for LAN (with Password)
The ID header is located in front of the Command code. The ID number and Password are set in
the menu of MV-410HS.
 Command Format
ID number + Password + Command code + Command parameter + CR + LF
(n byte)
(5 byte)
(3 byte) (Bytes specified for each parameter)
(Works without LF as well)
Ex.) When sending a command to display in full screen
Byte
1
Parameter
Number of characters
for ID
2 to n
ID
n+1
n+2
n+3
n+4
n+5
n+6
n+7
n+8
n+9
n+10 to n+11
n+12
n+13
Command
1-8
1-9
1-9
1-9
1-9
1-9
S
D
F
0
01-04
CR
LF
Password
Command code
Reserve
Input channel
End code
Description
1- 8 characters
ID set for the controlled
MV-410HS.
1st digit
2nd digit
3rd digit
4th digit
5th digit
Fixed to "0"
Channel no. 1-4
NOTE
The MV-410HS sends a response or a message when receiving a command. Do not
send the next command before receiving the response or the message transmitted by
the MV-410HS. Otherwise, the command cannot be read properly.
5
Command
2-4. Response Message Format
After sending commands, you will receive response messages from MV-410HS.
 Normal end
Messages in the following format are returned after normal reception and processing.
Byte
1-2
3
4
Parameter
Message code
Message
OK
CR
LF
End code
Description
"OK"
 Abnormal end
If something prevents commands from being issued normally, messages in the following
format are returned.
Byte
1-3
Parameter
Message code
4-6
Error code
Message
ERR
001
002
003
004
005
7
8
006-999
CR
LF
End code
Description
"ERR"
Command Error
Command Length Error
Parameter Range Error
MV-410HS is in menu mode.
Setting not-available
(function not-installed)
Future use
3. Control Commands
3-1. Full Screen Display
Displays the specified channel in full screen.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
5-6
7
8
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
Input channel
End code
Command
SDF
0
01-04
CR
LF
6
Description
Fixed to "0"
Channel no. 1-4
Command
3-2. Layout Display
Displays the specified layout.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
5-6
7
8
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
Layout
End code
Command
SDS
0
01-04
CR
LF
Description
Fixed to "0"
Layout no. 1-4
3-3. Frame Rate Setting for Video Transmission
Sets a frame rate for video transmission.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
Byte
1-3
Parameter
Command code
4
Frame rate
5
6
End code
Command
SNF
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
CR
LF
Description
0fps (No video transmission)
1fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz)
1fps (50Hz)
5fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz)
4fps (50Hz)
10fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz)
8fps (50Hz)
15fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz)
12fps (50Hz)
30fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz)
25fps (50Hz)
60fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz)
50fps (50Hz)
NOTE
Video transmission starts when "Frame rate" is set other than "0." To stop video
transmission, set "Frame rate" to "0."
In some cases video cannot be sent by the specified frame rate due to the video
resolution, JPEG compression ratio, PC performance or the network environment. In
this case, increase the JPEG compression ratio to reduce the data size.
7
Command
3-4. JPEG Compression Setting for Transmission
Sets a JPEG compression ratio for video transmission.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
Byte
1-3
Parameter
Command code
4
JPEG compression ratio
5
6
End code
Command
SNJ
0
1
2
3
CR
LF
Description
Low quality
Normal quality
Fine quality
Superfine quality
3-5. Output Video Frequency Setting
Sets the output video frequency.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
5
Frequency
6
7
End code
Command
SOF
0
0
1
2
CR
LF
8
Description
Fixed to "0"
60Hz
59.94Hz
50Hz
Command
3-6. Display Mode Setting
Selects a display mode.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4-5
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
6
Display mode
7
8
End code
Command
SAM
00
0
1
2
CR
LF
Description
Fixed to "00"
Mode1
Mode2
Mode3
 Display mode
Mode1 *
The aspect ratio of input video is retained.
In full screen, title (caption) and audio level meter are displayed outside images
Mode2 *
The aspect ratio of input video is retained.
In full screen, title (caption) and audio level meter are displayed on images
Mode3
The aspect ratio of input video is not retained and video image is fitted to screen width.
* In split screen, mode1 and mode 2 have the same appearance.
3-7. Output Resolution Setting for Layout Screen
Sets an output resolution for layout screen.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
5-6
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
Layout
7-8
Output Resolution
9
10
End code
Command
SLO
0
01-04
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
CR
LF
Description
Fixed to "0"
Layout no. 1-4
1280 x 1024
1360 x 768
1600 x 1200
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
NOTE
All channel assignments are cleared when the output size is changed.
9
Command
3-8. Screen Layout Setting
Defines each screen layout (Layout1-4).
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
5-6
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
Layout screen
7-8
Displayed channel
9
Display ON/OFF
10-11
Layer (display priority)
01-05
12-15
16-19
20-23
24-27
28-31
32-35
Window position: LEFT
Window position: TOP
Window size: WIDTH
Window size: HEIGHT
Title position: LEFT
Title position: TOP
Level meter (L) position:
LEFT
Level meter (L) position:
TOP
Level meter (R) position:
LEFT
Level meter (R) position:
TOP
Level meter size: WIDTH
Level meter size: HEIGHT
0000-1800
0000-1120
0120-1920
0080-1200
0000-1920
0000-1200
Fixed to "0"
Layout no. 1-4
Channel no. 1-4
CLOCK
OFF
ON
Sets layer priority in the layout
(*1)
01(Lowest) to 05(Highest)
Set in multiples of 2. (*1)
Set in multiples of 2. (*1)
Set in multiples of 8. (*1)
Set in multiples of 8. (*1)
Set in multiples of 2. (*1)
Set in multiples of 2. (*1)
0000-1920
Set in multiples of 2. (*2)
0000-1200
Set in multiples of 2. (*2)
0000-1920
Set in multiples of 2. (*2)
0000-1200
Set in multiples of 2. (*2)
36-39
40-43
44-47
48-51
52
53-54
55
56
Command
SLD
0
01-04
01-04
80
0
1
1-3
01-10
CR
LF
End code
Description
(*2)
(*2)
(*1) Set all digits to "0" when "Display ON/OFF" is set "OFF".
(*2) Set all digits to "0" when "Display ON/OFF" is set "OFF" or "CLOCK" is selected for "Displayed
channel."
NOTE
"ERR003" message is returned if any number other than the specified multiples is set,
or the total of the values set for window position and window size exceeds the actual
output resolution.
10
Command
3-9. Crop Area Setting
Specifies the area and size to crop images.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4-5
6-9
10-13
14-17
18-21
22
23
Parameter
Command code
Displayed channel
Crop area size (Top)
Crop area size (Bottom)
Crop area size (Left)
Crop area size (Right)
Command
SRG
01-04
0000-0120
0000-0120
0000-0120
0000-0120
CR
LF
End code
Description
Set in multiples of 4.
Set in multiples of 4.
Set in multiples of 4. (1=2pixels)
Set in multiples of 4. (1=2pixels)
3-10. Save Layout
Saves screen layouts.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
5-6
7
8
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
Layout screen
Command
SLS
0
01-04
CR
LF
End code
Description
Fixed to "0"
Layout no. 1-4
3-11. Audio Level Meter Display
Selects audio level meter display ON/OFF and audio channels to be displayed for each channel.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
5-6
Screen Layout
7-8
Displayed channel
9
Level meter display
10
Number of audio channels in
level meter
11-15
16
17
Reserve
Command
SAC
0
00
01-04
01-04
0
1
0
1
2
00000
CR
LF
End code
11
Description
Fixed to "0"
Full screen
Layout no. 1-4
Channel no. 1-4
OFF
ON
2CH
4CH
8CH
Command
3-12. Audio Level Meter Display Function Setting
Sets display functions in audio level meter. With normal reception and processing, the response
message is "OK." "ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4-5
Parameter
Command code
Reference level
Command
SAD
01-60
6-7
Peak level
00-30
8-9
Peak hold time
10-14
15
16
Reserve
00
01-10
00000
CR
LF
End code
Description
-1dBFS to -60dBFS
0dBFS to -30dBFS
* Peak level must be set higher
than the Reference level.
OFF
1sec to 10sec
3-13. Title Setting
Specifies the title settings for each channel.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
Command
STT
0
00
01-04
01-04
80
0
1
0
1
2
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
5-6
Screen Display
7-8
Title setting channel
9
Title display
10
Title character size
11-12
Title color
13- (n –2)
n-1
n
Fixed to "0"
Full screen
Layout no. 1-4
Channel no. 1-4
CLOCK
OFF
ON
SMALL
MEDIUM
LARGE
WHITE
YELLOW
GREEN
CYAN
RED
MAGENTA
BLUE
GRAY
BLACK
Text data
(1byte/character)
ASCII code
Maximum of 16 characters
End code
CR
LF
12
Description
Command
3-14. Border Setting
Specifies the border settings for each channel.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
5-6
7-8
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
Screen Display
Border setting channel
9
Border Display
10-11
12-13
14-15
16-17
Border width: TOP
Border width: BOTTOM
Border width: LEFT
Border width: RIGHT
18-19
Border color
20-21
22
23
Reserve
Command
SBD
0
01-04
00
0
1
00-50
00-50
00-50
00-50
00
01
03
05
06
07
08
00000
CR
LF
End code
Description
Fixed to "0"
Layout no. 1-4
Fixed to "00"
OFF
ON
In 2-line steps (0-100lines)
In 2-line steps (0-100lines)
In 2-pixel steps (0-100pixels)
In 2-pixel steps (0-100pixels)
WHITE
YELLOW
CYAN
MAGENTA
BLUE
GRAY
BLACK
3-15. Full Screen Setting
Specifies the settings for full screen display.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
5-6
Full screen output size
(Resolution)
7
8
End code
Command
SFL
0
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
CR
LF
13
Description
Fixed to "0"
1280 x 1024
1360 x 768
1600 x 1200
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
Command
3-16. Tally Display Setting
Specifies the settings for tally display.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4-5
Parameter
Command code
Reserve
6
Tally detection
7
Simultaneous tallies
indication
8-12
13
14
Reserve
Command
STL
00
0
1
0
1
00000
CR
LF
End code
Description
Fixed to "00"
OFF
ON
RED
UMBER
3-17. Video Loss ON/OFF
Sets video loss detection ON/OFF.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4-5
Parameter
Command code
Video loss setting channel
6
Video loss detection
7
8
End code
Command
SVO
01-04
0
1
CR
LF
Description
Channel no. 1-4
OFF
ON
3-18. Video Loss Display Setting
Specifies the setting for video loss alarm display.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
Parameter
Command code
Command
SVL
000
4-6
Video loss display time
001-100
7-11
12
13
Reserve
Description
Reset by "Video loss reset
command", video switching or
input restoration.
1-100sec (Reset after a
specified-second display)
00000
CR
LF
End code
14
Command
3-19. Video Loss Reset
Performs alarm reset for video loss.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
5
Parameter
Command code
Command
SVR
CR
LF
End code
Description
3-20. Reference Clock Selection
Selects the reference clock to synchronize the analog or digital clock display.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
Parameter
Command code
4
Time source
5
6
End code
Command
SDC
0
1
CR
LF
Description
Internal clock
LTC
3-21. Clock Display Selection
Selects a clock type for the clock display.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
4
Parameter
Command code
Output channel
5
Clock type
6-7
8-12
13
14
Display type
Reserve
Command
SDD
0
0
1
00-01
00000
CR
LF
End code
15
Description
Analog clock
Digital clock
Command
3-22. Internal Clock Adjustment
Adjusts date and time for the internal clock, on which the analog clock display on the screen or
other clock functions are based.
With normal reception and processing, the response message is "OK."
"ERR004" message is returned during MENU screen display.
Byte
1-3
Parameter
Command code
4-15
Date and Time
16
17
End code
Command
SDT
00-99
01-12
01-31
00-23
00-59
00-59
CR
LF
16
Description
Year (last two digits)
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
Second
Command
4. Status Request Commands
4-1. Version
Requests the software version and hardware version of the MV-410HS.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RVS] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
End code
5
Command
RVS
CR
LF
 [AVS] Status Request Response Messages
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AVS
4-7
Software version
AAAA
8-11
Hardware1 version
BBBB
12-15
Hardware2 version
CCCC
16-19
Hardware3 version
DDDD
20
CR
End code
21
LF
Description
Description
Software version (AA.AA)
Hardware1 version (BB.BB)
Hardware2 version (CC.CC)
Hardware3 version (DD.DD)
4-2. Input Video Format
Requests the video format of current input.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RIF] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4-5
Target channel
6
End code
7
Command
RIF
01-04
CR
LF
 [AIF] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AIF
4-5
Target channel
01-04
00
01
10
11
6-7
Input Format
20
21
30
31
80
8
CR
End code
9
LF
17
Description
Channel no. 1-4
Description
Channel no. 1-4
1080/59.94i
1080/50i
720/59.94p
720/50p
525/60
625/50
NTSC
PAL
LOSS
Command
4-3. Output Screen Status
Requests the current status of "Output channel."
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RDP] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
Reserve
5
End code
6
Command
RDP
0
CR
LF
 [ADP] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
ADP
4
Reserve
0
0
5
Display mode
2
Screen display
0
6
(Fixed to "0" in MENU
1
mode)
7
8
Selected screen
(Fixed to "01" in MENU
mode)
01-04
Description
Fixed to "0"
Description
Video display mode
Menu display mode
Full screen display
Split screen display
In Full screen display:
Channel no. 1-4
In Split screen display:
Layout no. 1-4
CR
End code
9
LF
4-4. Fan Alarm Status
Requests the current status of "Fan alarm."
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RFA] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
5
Command
RFA
CR
End code
LF
 [AFA] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AFA
0
4
Fan alarm Status
1
5
Description
Description
No fan alarm
Fan alarm
CR
End code
6
LF
18
Command
4-5. Video Transmission Information
Requests the current status of "Video transmission."
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RNR] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
5
Command
RNR
CR
End code
LF
 [ANR] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
ANR
0
1
2
4
Frame rate
3
4
5
6
0
1
JPEG compression
5
ratio
2
3
6
Description
Description
0fps (No video transmission)
1fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz)
1fps (50Hz)
5fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz)
4fps (50Hz)
10fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz) 8fps (50Hz)
15fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz) 12fps (50Hz)
30fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz) 25fps (50Hz)
60fps (60Hz, 59.94Hz) 50fps (50Hz)
Low quality
Normal quality
Fine quality
Superfine quality
CR
End code
7
LF
4-6. Output Video Frequency
Requests the setting status of output video frequency.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [ROF] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
Reserve
5
6
Command
ROF
0
Description
Fixed to "0"
CR
End code
LF
 [AOF] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AOF
4
Reserve
0
0
5
Frequency
1
2
6
CR
End code
7
LF
19
Description
60Hz
59.94Hz
50Hz
Command
4-7. Display Mode
Requests the setting status of display mode.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RAM] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4-5
Reserve
6
7
Command
RAM
00
Description
Fixed to "00"
CR
End code
LF
 [AAM] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AAM
4-5
Reserve
00
0
6
Screen display mode
1
2
7
CR
End code
8
LF
Description
Mode1
Mode2
Mode3
4-8. Output Resolution of Layout Screen
Requests the setting status of "Output resolution" for each layout screen.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RLO] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
Reserve
5-6
Target screen
7
8
Command
RLO
0
01-04
Description
Fixed to "0"
CR
End code
LF
 [ALO] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
ALO
4
Reserve
0
5-6
Target screen
01-04
00
01
02
03
7-8
Output Resolution
04
05
06
07
9
CR
End code
10
LF
20
Description
Layout no. 1-4
1280 x 1024
1360 x 768
1600 x 1200
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
Command
4-9. Layout Screen Information
Requests the information of each layout screen.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RLD] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
Reserve
5-6
Target screen
7-8
Target channel
9
10
End code
Command
RLD
0
01-04
01-04
80
CR
LF
 [ALD] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
ALD
4
Reserve
0
5-6
Target screen
01-04
01-04
7-8
Target channel
80
0
9
Display ON/OFF
1
10-11
Layer (display priority)
00-05
12-15
Window position: LEFT
0000-1800
16-19
Window position: TOP
0000-1120
20-23
Window size: WIDTH
0120-1920
24-27
Window size: HEIGHT
0080-1200
28-31
Title position: LEFT
0000-1920
32-35
Title position: TOP
0000-1200
Level
meter
(L)
position:
36-39
0000-1920
LEFT
Level meter (L) position:
40-43
0000-1200
TOP
Level meter (R) position:
44-47
0000-1920
LEFT
Level meter (R) position:
48-51
0000-1200
TOP
52
53-54
55
56
Level meter size: WIDTH
Level meter size: HEIGHT
1-3
01-10
CR
LF
End code
Description
Fixed to "0"
Layout no. 1-4
Channel no. 1-4
CLOCK
Description
Layout no. 1-4
Channels no. 1-4
CLOCK
OFF
ON
Layer priority in layout screen
(*1)
(*1)
(*1)
(*1)
(*1)
(*1)
(*2)
(*2)
(*2)
(*2)
(*2)
(*2)
(*1) All digits are "0" when "Display ON/OFF" is set "OFF".
(*2) All digits are "0" when "Display ON/OFF" is set "OFF or "CLOCK" is selected for "Target
channel."
21
Command
4-10. Crop Area Setting
Requests the setting status of "Crop area".
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RRG] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4-5
Target channel
6
End code
7
Command
RRG
01-04
CR
LF
 [ARG] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Prameter
Message
1-3
Command code
ARG
4-5
Target channel
01-04
6-9
Crop area size (Top)
0000-0120
10-13
Crop area size (Bottom)
0000-0120
14-17
Crop area size (Left)
0000-0120
18-21
Crop area size (Right)
0000-0120
22
CR
End code
23
LF
Description
Channel no. 1-4
Description
Channel no. 1-4
Set in multiples of 4.
Set in multiples of 4.
Set in multiples of 4. (1=2pixels)
Set in multiples of 4. (1=2pixels)
4-11. Audio Level Meter Display
Requests the display status (ON/OFF) and audio channel selection of "Audio level meter."
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RAC] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
2
3
4
Reserve
5-6
Target screen
7-8
9
10
Target channel
Command
RAC
A
C
0
00
01-04
01-04
CR
LF
End code
22
Description
Fixed to "0"
Full screen
Layout no. 1-4
Channel no. 1-4
Command
 [AAC] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AAC
4
Reserve
0
00
5-6
Target screen
01-04
7-8
Target channel
01-04
0
9
Level meter display
1
0
Number of channels
10
1
to be displayed
2
11-15
Reserve
00000
16
CR
End code
17
LF
Description
Full screen
Layout no. 1-4
Channel no. 1-4
OFF
ON
2CH
4CH
8CH
4-12. Audio Level Meter Display Function Setting
Requests the display setting status of "Audio level meter."
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RAD] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
5
Command
RAD
Description
CR
End code
LF
 [AAD] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AAD
4-5
Reference level
01-60
6-7
Peak level
00-30
00
8-9
Peak hold time
01-10
10-14
Reserve
00000
15
CR
End code
16
LF
23
Description
-1dBFS to -60dBFS
0dBFS to -30dBFS
OFF
1sec to 10sec
Command
4-13. Title Information
Requests the title information for each channel.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RTT] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
Reserve
5-6
Target screen
7-8
Target channel
9
10
Command
RTT
0
00
01-04
01-04
80
Description
Fixed to "0"
Full screen
Layout no. 1-4
Channel no. 1-4
CLOCK
CR
End code
LF
 [ATT] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
ATT
4
Reserve
0
00
5-6
Target screen
01-04
01-04
7-8
Target channel
80
0
9
Title display
1
0
10
Title character size
1
2
00
01
02
03
11-12
Title color
04
05
06
07
08
Text data
ASCII code
13- (n-2)
(1byte/character)
n-1
CR
End code
n
LF
24
Description
Full screen
Layout no. 1-4
Channel no. 1-4
CLOCK
OFF
ON
SMALL
MEDIUM
LARGE
WHITE
YELLOW
GREEN
CYAN
RED
MAGENTA
BLUE
GRAY
BLACK
Maximum of 16 characters
Command
4-14. Border Information
Requests the border information for each layout screen.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RBD] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
Reserve
5-6
Target screen
7-8
Target channel
9
10
Command
RBD
0
01-04
00
Description
Fixed to "0"
Layout no. 1-4
CR
End code
LF
 [ABD] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
ABD
4
Reserve
0
5-6
Target screen
01-04
7-8
Target channel
00
0
9
Border Display
1
10-11
Border width: TOP
00-50
12-13
Border width: BOTTOM
00-50
14-15
Border width: LEFT
00-50
16-17
Border width: RIGHT
00-50
00
01
03
18-19
Border color
05
06
07
08
20-21
Reserve
00000
22
CR
End code
23
LF
25
Description
Layout no. 1-4
OFF
ON
0-100 lines
0-100 lines
0-100 pixels
0-100 pixels
WHITE
YELLOW
CYAN
MAGENTA
BLUE
GRAY
BLACK
Command
4-15. Full Screen Information
Requests the setting status of "Output resolution" and "Display mode" for full screen.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RFL] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
Reserve
5
6
Command
RFL
0
Description
Fixed to "0"
CR
End code
LF
 [AFL] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AFL
4
Reserve
0
00
01
02
03
Full screen output
5-6
Resolution
04
05
06
07
7
CR
End code
8
LF
Description
1280 x 1024
1360 x 768
1600 x 1200
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
4-16. Tally Display Setting
Requests the setting status of tally display.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RTL] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4-5
Reserve
6
7
Command
RTL
00
Description
Fixed to "00"
CR
End code
LF
 [ATL] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
ATL
4-5
Reserve
00
0
6
Tally detection
1
0
Simultaneous tallies
7
indication
1
8-12
Reserve
00000
13
CR
End code
14
LF
26
Description
OFF
ON
RED
UMBER
Command
4-17. Video Loss ON/OFF
Requests the setting status of "Video loss detection."
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RVO] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4-5
Target channel
6
7
Command
RVO
01-04
Description
Channel no. 1-4
CR
End code
LF
 [AVO] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AVO
4-5
Target channel
01-04
0
6
Video loss detection
1
7
CR
End code
8
LF
Description
Channel no. 1-4
OFF
ON
4-18. Video Loss Display Time Setting
Requests the setting status of "Video loss display time."
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RVL] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
5
Command
RVL
CR
End code
LF
 [AVL] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Message code
AVL
000
4-6
Video loss display time
001-100
7-11
12
13
Description
Reserve
Description
Reset by "Video loss reset
command", video switching or
input restoration.
1-100sec (Reset after a
specified-second display.)
00000
CR
LF
End code
27
Command
4-19. Reference Clock Selection
Requests the setting status of "Reference Clock" for the clock display.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RDC] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
5
Command
RDC
Description
CR
End code
LF
 [ADC] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Command code
ADC
0
4
Time source
1
5
CR
End code
6
LF
Description
Internal clock
LTC
4-20. Clock Display Selection
Request the setting status of "Clock display types".
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RDD] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
Reserve
5
6
Command
RDD
0
Description
CR
End code
LF
 [ADD] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1-3
Command code
ADD
4
Reserve
0
0
5
Clock type
1
6-7
Display type
00-01
8-12
Reserve
00000
13
CR
End code
14
LF
28
Description
Analog clock
Digital clock
Command
4-21. Internal Clock Time
Requests the current internal clock time.
Returns a message as shown below after normal reception and processing.
 [RDT] Status Request Command
Byte
Parameter
1-3
Command code
4
5
Command
RDT
Description
CR
End code
LF
 [ADT] Status Request Response Message
Byte
Parameter
Message
1
A
2
Message code
D
3
T
00-99
01-12
01-31
4-15
Date/Time
00-23
00-59
00-59
16
CR
End code
17
LF
29
Description
Year (last two digits)
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
Second
Command
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