hitachi-cp-x10000-wx11000-sx12000-projector-technical

hitachi-cp-x10000-wx11000-sx12000-projector-technical

Projector

CP-X10000/CP-WX11000/CP-SX12000

User's Manual – Operating Guide

Technical

Resolution (H x V) H. frequency (kHz) V. frequency (Hz)

720 x 400

640 x 480

640 x 480

640 x 480

640 x 480

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

832 x 624

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1152 x 864

1280 x 960

1280 x 1024

1280 x 1024

*1280 x 1024

*1600 x 1200

1280 x 768

1400 x 1050

1280 x800

37.9

31.5

37.9

37.5

43.3

35.2

37.9

48.1

46.9

53.7

49.7

48.4

56.5

60.0

68.7

67.5

60.0

64.0

80.0

91.2

75.0

47.7

65.3

49.7

74.5

60.0

70.1

75.0

85.0

75.0

60.0

60.0

85.0

59.9

72.8

75.0

85.0

56.3

60.3

72.2

75.0

85.1

75.0

85.0

60.0

60.0

60.0

60.0

Rating

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

VESA

NOTE • Be sure to check jack type, signal level, timing and resolution before connecting this projector to a computer.

• Some computers may have multiple display screen modes. Use of some of these modes will not be possible with this projector.

• Depending on the input signal, full-size display may not be possible in some cases. Refer to the number of display pixels above.

• Although the projector can display signals with resolution up to UXGA

(1600x1200), the signal will be converted to the projector’s panel resolution before being displayed. The best display performance will be achieved if the resolutions of the input signal and projector panel are identical.

• Automatic adjustment may not function correctly with some input signals.

• The image may not be displayed correctly when the input sync signal is a composite sync or a sync on G.

• The HDMI input does not support the signals marked with *.

Signal mode

TEXT

VGA (60Hz)

VGA (72Hz)

VGA (75Hz)

VGA (85Hz)

SVGA (56Hz)

SVGA (60Hz)

SVGA (72Hz)

SVGA (75Hz)

SVGA (85Hz)

Mac 16” mode

XGA (60Hz)

XGA (70Hz)

XGA (75Hz)

XGA (85Hz)

1152 x 864 (75Hz)

1280 x 960 (60Hz)

SXGA (60Hz)

SXGA (75Hz)

SXGA (85Hz)

UXGA (60Hz)

W-XGA (60Hz)

SXGA+ (60Hz)

1280 x 800 (60Hz)

1

Initial set signals

The following signals are used for the initial settings. The signal timing of some computer models may be different. In such case, adjust the items V POSITION and H POSITION in the IMAGE menu.

Back porch (B) Front porch (D) Back porch (b)

Display time (C)

Data Data

H. Sync. V. Sync.

Front porch (d)

Display time (c)

Sync (A) Sync (a)

Computer/

Signal

Horizontal signal timing (μs)

(A) (B) (C) (D)

TEXT 2.0

3.0

20.3

1.0

VGA (60Hz) 3.8

1.9

25.4

0.6

VGA (72Hz) 1.3

4.1

20.3

0.8

VGA (75Hz) 2.0

3.8

20.3

0.5

VGA (85Hz) 1.6

2.2

17.8

1.6

SVGA (56Hz) 2.0

3.6

22.2

0.7

SVGA (60Hz) 3.2

2.2

20.0

1.0

SVGA (72Hz) 2.4

1.3

16.0

1.1

SVGA (75Hz) 1.6

3.2

16.2

0.3

SVGA (85Hz) 1.1

2.7

14.2

0.6

Mac 16" mode 1.1

3.9

14.5

0.6

XGA (60Hz) 2.1

2.5

15.8

0.4

XGA (70Hz) 1.8

1.9

13.7

0.3

XGA (75Hz) 1.2

2.2

13.0

0.2

XGA (85Hz) 1.0

2.2

10.8

0.5

1152 x 864

(75Hz)

1280 x 960

(60Hz)

1.2

1.0

2.4

2.9

10.7

11.9

0.6

0.9

SXGA (60Hz) 1.0

2.3

11.9

0.4

SXGA (75Hz) 1.1

1.8

9.5

0.1

SXGA (85Hz) 1.0

1.4

8.1

0.4

UXGA (60Hz) 1.2

1.9

9.9

0.4

W-XGA (60Hz) 1.7

2.5

16.0

0.8

SXGA+ (60Hz) 1.2

1.9

11.5

0.7

1280 x

800(60Hz)

1.6

2.4

15.3

0.8

Computer/

Signal

TEXT

VGA (60Hz)

VGA (72Hz)

VGA (75Hz)

VGA (85Hz)

SVGA (56Hz)

SVGA (60Hz)

SVGA (72Hz)

SVGA (75Hz)

SVGA (85Hz)

Mac 16" mode 3

XGA (60Hz)

XGA (70Hz)

6

6

XGA (75Hz)

XGA (85Hz)

1152 x 864

(75Hz)

1280 x 960

(60Hz)

3

3

3

3

3

3

Vertical signal timing (lines)

(a) (b) (c) (d)

3

2

3

3

42

33

28

16

400

480

480

480

1

10

9

1

3

2

4

6

25 480

22 600

1

1

23 600 1

23 600 37

21

27

39

36

32

36

600

600

624

29 768

29 768

28 768

768

864

960

1

1

1

3

3

1

1

1

1

SXGA(60Hz)

SXGA (75Hz)

SXGA (85Hz) 3

UXGA (60Hz) 3

3

3

W-XGA (60Hz) 3

SXGA+ (60Hz) 4

1280 x

800(60Hz)

3

38 1024 1

38 1024 1

44 1024 1

46 1200 1

23 768 1

32 1050 3

24 800 1

2

Connection to the ports

AC IN

I O

HDMI

C

A B

DVI-D

D

IN

LAN

CONTROL

S-VIDEO

MONITOR

OUT

OUT

COMPUTER IN1 COMPUTER IN2

BNC

VIDEO 1

R/Cr/Pr

Y

G/Y B/Cb/Pb H

Cb/Pb

Cr/Pr

V VIDEO 2

E

G

F

A COMPUTER IN1,

B

COMPUTER IN2,

C

MONITOR OUT

D-sub 15pin mini shrink jack

• Video signal: RGB separate, Analog, 0.7Vp-p,

75Ω terminated (positive)

• H/V. sync. signal: TTL level (positive/negative)

• Composite sync. signal: TTL level

Pin

1

Video Red

2 Video Green

3 Video Blue

Signal

4

(No connection)

5 Ground

6 Ground Red

7

Ground Green

8 Ground Blue

6

11

7

12

8

13

9

14

10

15

1 2 3 4 5

At RGB signal

Pin

9 (No connection)

10 Ground

11 (No connection)

Signal

12

A ,

B : SDA (DDC data), C : (No connection)

13 H. sync / Composite sync.

14 V. sync.

15

A ,

B : SCL (DDC clock), C : (No connection)

D

BNC (G/Y, B/Cb/Pb, R/Cr/Pr, H, V)

• BNC jack x 5

• Video : Analog 0.7Vp-p, 75Ω terminator

• H/V, sync, : TTL level (positive/negative)

• Composite sync, : TTL level

COMPONENT VIDEO

E

Y,

F

Cb/Pb,

G

Cr/Pr

RCA jack x3

• System: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]/60, [email protected]/60,

[email protected]/60

Port Signal

Y Component video Y, 1.0±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator with composite sync

Cb/Pb Component video Cb/Pb, 0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator

Cr/Pr Component video Cr/Pr, 0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator

3

Connection to the ports (continued)

M N

LAN

HDMI

CONTROL IN CONTROL OUT REMOTE

CONTROL

IN

K

S-VIDEO

MONITOR

OUT

H

OUT

VIDEO 1 BNC

COMPUTER IN1 COMPUTER IN2

I

G/Y B/Cb/Pb H V VIDEO 2

L

R/Cr/Pr

Cb/Pb

Y

Cr/Pr

J

AC IN

I O

H

S-VIDEO

Mini DIN 4pin jack

3

1 2

4

I

Pin Signal

1

Color signal 0.286Vp-p (NTSC, burst), 75Ω terminator

Color signal 0.300Vp-p (PAL/SECAM, burst) 75Ω terminator

2 Brightness signal, 1.0Vp-p, 75Ω terminator

3

Ground

4

Ground

VIDEO 1

RCA jack

• System: NTSC, PAL, SECAM, PAL-M, PAL-N, NTSC4.43

• 1.0±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator

J VIDEO 2

BNC jack

• System: NTSC, PAL, SECAM, PAL-M, PAL-N, NTSC4.43

• 1.0±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator

REMOTE CONTROL

K

IN

L

OUT

Ø3.5 stereo mini jack

• To be connected with the remote control that came with the projector.

CONTROL M IN N OUT

D-sub 9pin plug

1

6

2

7

3 4

8 9

5

• About the details of RS-232C communication, please refer to the following RS-232C

Communication in this manual.

Pin Signal

1 (No connection)

2 RD

3 TD

Pin

5 Ground

Signal

4 (No connection)

6 (No connection)

Pin

7 RTS

Signal

8 CTS

9 (No connection)

4

Connection to the ports (continued)

O P Q

HDMI

LAN

DVI-D

CONTROL

IN

S-VIDEO

MONITOR

OUT

OUT

VIDEO 1

COMPUTER IN1 COMPUTER IN2

BNC

V VIDEO 2 R/Cr/Pr

Y

G/Y B/Cb/Pb H

Cb/Pb

Cr/Pr

AC IN

I O

O HDMI

• Type :Digital video connector

Pin Signal

1 T.M.D.S. Data2 +

2 T.M.D.S. Data2 Shield

3 T.M.D.S. Data2 -

4 T.M.D.S. Data1 +

5 T.M.D.S. Data1 Shield

6 T.M.D.S. Data1 -

7 T.M.D.S. Data0 +

P DVI-D

DVI-D jack (digital to digital)

18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2

19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1

Pin Signal

8 T.M.D.S. Data0 Shield

9 T.M.D.S. Data0 -

10 T.M.D.S. Clock +

11 T.M.D.S. Clock Shield

12 T.M.D.S. Clock -

13 CEC

14 Reserved(N.C. on device)

Pin Signal

15 SCL

16 SDA

17 DDC/CEC Ground

18 +5V Power

19 Hot Plug Detect

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Pin Signal

1 T.M.D.S. Data2 -

2 T.M.D.S. Data2 +

3 T.M.D.S. Data2/4 Shield

4 -

5 -

6 DDC Clock

7 DDC Data

8 -

Q LAN

RJ-45 jack

Pin

1 TX+

Signal

2 TX-

3 RX+

Pin

4 -

5 -

6 RX-

Signal

Pin Signal

9 T.M.D.S. Data1 -

10 T.M.D.S. Data1 +

11 T.M.D.S. Data1/3 Shield

12 -

13 -

14 +5V Power

15 Ground (for +5V)

16 Hot Plug Detect

Pin

7 -

8 -

Signal

Pin Signal

17 T.M.D.S. Data0 -

18 T.M.D.S. Data0 +

19 T.M.D.S. Data0/5 Shield

20 -

21 -

22 T.M.D.S. Clock Shield

23 T.M.D.S. Clock +

24 T.M.D.S. Clock -

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

5

PJLink command

This projector is equipped with the PJLink

TM

Class 1.

See the following table for the commands for controlling the projector using the

PJLink

TM

protocol are as given in the table below.

Commands

POWR

POWR ?

INPT

INPT ?

AVMT

AVMT ?

ERST ?

Control Description

Power Contorol

Power Status inquiry

Input Source selection

Input Source inquiry

AV Mute

AV Mute inquiry

Error Status inquiry

Parameter or Response

0 = Standby

1 = Power On

0 = Standby

1 = Power On

2 = Cool Down

11 = COMPUTER IN 1

12 = COMPUTER IN 2

13 = BNC

21 = COMPONENT

22 = S-VIDEO

23 = VIDEO 1

24 = VIDEO 2

31 = HDMI

32 = DVI-D

11 = COMPUTER IN 1

12 = COMPUTER IN 2

13 = BNC

21 = COMPONENT

22 = S-VIDEO

23 = VIDEO 1

24 = VIDEO 2

31 = HDMI

32 = DVI-D

30 = BLANK off

31 = BLANK on

30 = BLANK off

31 = BLANK on

1st byte: Refers to Fan error; one of 0 to 2

2nd byte: Refers to Lamp error; one of 0 to 2

3rd byte: Refers to Temptrature error; one of 0 to 2

4th byte: Refers to Cover error; one of 0 to 2

5th byte: Refers to Filter error; one of 0 to 2

6th byte: Refers to Other error; one of 0 to 2

The mearning of 0 to 2 is as given below

0 = Error is not detected; 1 = Warning; 2 = Error

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PJLink command (continued)

Commands

LAMP ?

INST ?

NAME ?

INF1 ?

INF2 ?

INFO ?

CLSS ?

Control Description

Lamp Status inquiry

Input Source List inquiry

Parameter or Response

1st number (digits 1 to 5): Lamp Time

2nd number : 0 = Lamp off, 1 = Lamp on

11 12 13 21 22 23 24 31 32

Responds with the name set in "PROJECTOR NAME"

Projector Name inquiry of "NETWORK"

Manufucturer's Name inquiry HITACHI

Model Name inquiry

CP-X10000 (XGA model)

CP-WX11000 (WXGA model)

Other Information inquiry

Class Information inquiry

CP-SX12000 (SXGA+ model)

Responds with the factory information and so on

1

NOTE • The password used in PJLink

TM

is the same as the password set in the Web Brouwser Comtrol. To use PJLink

TM

without authentication, do not set any password in Web Browser Control.

• For specifi cations of PJLink

TM

, see the web site of the Japan Business

Machine and Information System Industries Association.

URL: http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/

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RS-232C Communication

1 2 3 4 5

6

7 8 9

1 2 3 4 5

6

7 8 9

CONTROL port RS-232C cable (Cross)

of the projector

- (1)

RD (2)

(3)

- (4)

GND (5)

- (6)

RTS (7)

CTS (8)

- (9)

(1) CD

(2) RD

(4) DTR

(5) GND

(6) DSR

(7) RTS

(8) DTS

(9) RI

RS-232C port of the computer

Connecting the cable

1.

Turn off the projector and the computer.

2.

Connect the CONTROL port of the projector with a RS-232C port of the computer by a RS-232C cable (cross). Use the cable that fulfills the specifi cation shown in the previous page.

3.

Turn the computer on, and after the computer has started up turn the projector on.

Communications setting

19200bps, 8N1

1. Protocol

Consist of header (7 bytes) + command data (6 bytes).

2. Header

BE + EF + 03 + 06 + 00 + CRC_low + CRC_high

CRC_low : Lower byte of CRC fl ag for command data

CRC_high : Upper byte of CRC fl ag for command data

3. Command data

Command data chart byte_0 byte_1

Action low high

Action (byte_0 - 1) byte_2

Type byte_3 low high byte_4 byte_5

Setting code low high

8

Action

1

2

4

5

6

Classifi cation

SET

Content

Change setting to desired value.

GET Read projector internal setup value.

INCREMENT Increment setup value by 1.

DECREMENT Decrement setup value by 1.

EXECUTE Run a command.

RS-232C Communication (continued)

Requesting projector status (Get command)

(1) Send the request code Header + Command data (‘02H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes)+‘00H’ +‘00H’) from the computer to the projector.

(2) The projector returns the response code ‘1DH’+ data (2 bytes) to the computer.

Changing the projector settings (Set command)

(1) Send the setting code Header + Command data (‘01H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) + setting code (2 bytes)) from the computer to the projector.

(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.

(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.

Using the projector default settings (Reset Command)

(1) The computer sends the default setting code Header + Command data

(‘06H’+‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) +‘00H’+‘00H’) to the projector.

(2) The projector changes the specifi ed setting to the default value.

(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.

Increasing the projector setting value (Increment command)

(1) The computer sends the increment code Header + Command data

(‘04H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +‘00H’+‘00H’) to the projector.

(2) The projector in creases the setting value on the above setting code.

(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.

Decreasing the projector setting value (Decrement command)

(1) The computer sends the decrement code Header + Command data

(‘05H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +‘00H’ + ‘00H’) to the projector.

(2) The projector decreases the setting value on the above setting code.

(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.

When the projector cannot understand the received command

When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code ‘15H’ is sent back to the computer.

Sometimes the projector cannot properly receive the command. In such a case, the command is not executed and the error code ‘15H’ is sent back to the computer. If this error code is returned, send the same command again.

When the projector cannot execute the received command.

When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code ‘1CH’

+ ‘xxxxH’ is sent back to the computer. When the data length is greater than indicated by the data length code, the projector ignore the excess data code.

Conversely when the data length is shorter than indicated by the data length code, an error code will be returned to the computer.

NOTE • Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an undefi ned command or data.

• Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.

• The projector outputs test data when the power supply is switched ON, and when the lamp is lit. Ignore this data.

• Commands are not accepted during warm-up.

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Command Control via the Network

Communication Port

The following two ports are assigned for the command control.

TCP #23

TCP #9715

Command Control Settings

Confi gure the following items form a web browser when command control is used.

Port Settings

Network Control

Port1 (Port: 23)

Network Control

Port2 (Port: 9715)

Port open

Authentication

Port open

Authentication

Click the [Enable] check box to open [Network

Control Port1 (Port: 23)] to use TCP #23.

Default setting is “Enable”.

Click the [Enable] check box for the

[Authentication] setting when authentication is required.

Default setting is “Disable”.

Click the [Enable] check box to open [Network

Control Port2 (Port: 9715)] to use TCP

#9715.

Default setting is “Enable”.

Click the [Enable] check box for the

[Authentication] setting when authentication is required.

Default setting is “Enable”.

When the authentication setting is enabled, the following settings are required.

Security Settings

Network Control

Authentication

Password

Re-enter

Authentication

Password

Enter the desired authentication password.

This setting will be the same for [Network

Control Port1 (Port: 23)] and [Network

Control Port2 (Port: 9715)].

Default setting is blank.

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Command Control via the Network (continued)

Command Format

[TCP #23]

1. Protocol

Consist of header (7 bytes) + command data (6 bytes)

2. Header

BE + EF + 03 + 06 + 00 + CRC_low + CRC_high

CRC_low: Lower byte of CRC fl ag for command data

CRC_high: Upper byte of CRC fl ag for command data

3. Command data

Command data chart byte_0 byte_1

Action low high byte_2

Type byte_3 low high byte_4 byte_5

Setting code low high

Action (byte_0 - 1)

Action

1

2

4

5

6

Classifi cation

Set

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

Content

Change setting to desired value.

Read projector internal setup value.

Increment setup value by 1.

Decrement setup value by 1.

Run a command.

Requesting projector status (Get command)

(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)

(2) The projector returns the response code ‘1DH’ + data (2 bytes) to the PC.

Changing the projector settings (Set command)

(1) Send the following setting code from the PC to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘01H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + setting code (2 bytes))

(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.

(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the PC.

Using the projector default settings (Reset Command)

(1) The PC sends the following default setting code to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘06H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)

(2) The projector changes the specifi ed setting to the default value.

(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the PC.

Increasing the projector setting value (Increment command)

(1) The PC sends the following increment code to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘04H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)

(2) The projector increases the setting value on the above setting code.

(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the PC.

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Command Control via the Network (continued)

Decreasing the projector setting value (Decrement command)

(1) The PC sends the following decrement code to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘05H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)

(2) The projector decreases the setting value on the above setting code.

(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the PC.

When the projector cannot understand the received command

When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code ‘15H’ is sent back to the PC.

Sometimes the projector cannot properly receive the command. In such a case, the command is not executed and the error code ‘15H’ is sent back to the PC. If this error code is returned, send the same command again.

When the projector cannot execute the received command.

When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code ‘1CH’ +

‘xxxxH’ is sent back to the PC.

When the data length is greater than indicated by the data length code, the projector ignore the excess data code. Conversely when the data length is shorter than indicated by the data length code, an error code will be returned to the PC.

When authentication error occurred.

When authentication error occurred, the error code the ‘1FH’ + ‘0400H’ is sent back to the PC.

NOTE • Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an undefi ned command or data.

• Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.

• Commands are not accepted during warm-up.

[TCP #9715]

1. Protocol

Consist of header (1 byte) + data length (1 byte) + command data (13 bytes) + check sum (1 bytes) + connection ID (1 byte).

2. Header

02, Fixed

3. Data Length

Network control commands byte length (0D, Fixed)

4. Command data

Network control commands that start with BE EF (13bytes).

5. Check Sum

This is the value to make zero on the addition of the lower 8 bits from the header to the checksum.

6. Connection ID

Random value from 0 to 255 (This value is attached to the reply data).

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Command Control via the Network (continued)

7. Reply Data

The connection ID (the data is same as the connection ID data on the sending data format) is attached to the Network control commands reply data.

ACK reply: ‘06H’ + ‘xxH’

NAK reply: ‘15H’ + ‘xxH’

Error reply: ‘1CH’ + ‘xxxxH’ + ‘xxH’

Data reply: ‘1DH’ + ‘xxxxH’ + ‘xxH’

Projector busy reply: ‘1FH’ + ‘xxxxH’ + ‘xxH’

Authentication error reply: ‘1FH’ + ‘0400H’ + ‘xxH’

(‘xxH’ : connection ID)

Automatic Connection Break

The TCP connection will be automatically disconnected after there is no communication for 30 seconds after being established.

Authentication

The projector does not accept commands without authentication success when authentication is enabled. The projector uses a challenge response type authentication with an MD5 (Message Digest 5) algorithm. When the projector is using a LAN, a random 8 bytes will be returned if authentication is enabled. Bind this received 8 bytes and the authentication password and digest this data with the MD5 algorithm and add this in front of the commands to send.

Following is a sample if the authentication password is set to “password” and the random 8 bytes are “a572f60c”.

1) Select the projector.

2) Receive the random 8 bytes “a572f60c” from the projector.

3) Bind the random 8 bytes “a572f60c” and the authentication password

“password” and it becomes “a572f60cpassword”.

4) Digest this bind “a572f60cpassword” with MD5 algorithm.

It will be “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde”.

5) Add this “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde” in front of the commands and send the data.

“e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde”+command.

6) When the sending data is correct, the command will be performed and the reply data will be returned. Otherwise, an authentication error will be returned.

NOTE • As for the transmission of the second or subsequent commands, the authentication data can be omitted when the same connection.

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Daisy Chain Communication

Transmitting side

1 2 3 4 5

6

7 8 9

Recieving side

1 2 3 4 5

6

7 8 9

CONTROL OUT port in Projector

RS-232C cable (Cross)

- (1)

RD (2)

(3)

- (4)

GND (5)

- (6)

RTS (7)

CTS (8)

- (9)

(1) CD

(2) RD

(4) DTR

(5) GND

(6) DSR

(7) RTS

(8) DTS

(9) RI

1.Communications setting

CONTROL IN port in Projector

Set the same communication settings (selecting from options below) on the

CONTROL terminal for transmitting and receiving side connected with a RS-232C cable.

Baud rate: 4800 / 9600 / 19200 / 38400 bps

Parity NONE / ODD / EVEN

Data bit: 8 bit (fi xed)

Start bit: 1 bit (fi xed)

Stop bit: 1 bit (fi xed)

2.Commans available only for daisy chain communication

The projector supports the following commands only for daisy chain.

(1) Control the projector (Set/Increment/Decrement/Execute)

(2) Get the projector’s status (Get)

(3) Get the number of connected projectors

(4) Set the communication Group identifi cation and Communication ID.

(5) Get the communication Group identifi cation and Communication ID.

3.Command format

Protocol

Consist of header data (7 bytes) + command data (6 bytes)

Header

BE + EF + Packet_Type + 06 + Group + ID + Checksum

Data chart

Support Command

Control the projector

Get the projector’s status

Get the number of connected projectors

Set the communication Group identifi cation and Communication ID

Get the communication Group identifi cation and Communication ID

Packet_Type

‘83H’

‘83H’

‘84H’

‘85H’

‘86H’

Group

0~16

1~16

0

1~16

0

ID

0~64

1~64

0

1~64

0

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Daisy Chain Communication

Calculation of Checksum

Sum up all of 12 bytes except the Checksum, then make the bit inversion of the lowest byte of the total, and add 1 to the inverted byte. The calculated result is the Checksum data.

Exp. Communication Group: A / Communication ID: 1

Header

Header data (7 bytes)

Packet

Type

Command data (6 bytes)

Data Size Group ID Checksum Action Type Setting

Code

BE EF 83 06 01 01 66 01 00 00 60 01 00

BE + EF + 83 + 06 + 01 + 01 + 01 + 00 + 00 + 60 + 01 + 00 = ‘029AH’

The lowest byte of ‘029AH’ is ‘9AH’ (1001 1010). Making the bit inversion of the

‘9AH’ gets ‘65H’ (0110 0101), then, add 1. The calculated checksum is ’66H’.

Group and ID Settings

This daisy chain command can adjust the control range by using the Group identifi cation and ID.

Group ID Direction

1~16 1~64 Individual control

1~16 0 Designated control according to the

Group identifi cation

0 1~64 Designated control according to the ID

0 0 Unlimited. note

The command is available to the projectors having the same Group identifi cation and ID numbers with command setting.

The command is available to the projectors having the same Group identifi cation with command setting.

The command is available to the projectors having the same ID number with command setting.

The command is available to the all projectors.

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Daisy Chain Communication

Command data

① Control the projector byte_0 byte_1

Action low high byte_2

Type byte_3 low high byte_4 byte_5

Setting Code low high

Action (byte_0-1)

Action

1

4

5

6

Classification

Set

Increment

Content

Change setting to desired value.

Increment setup value by 1.

Decrement Decrement setup value by 1.

Execute Run a command.

Note: For the Type and Setting Code, see the RS-232C communication/

Network command table (20).

② Get the projector’s status byte_0 byte_1

Action low high

Action (byte_0-1)

Action

2

Classification

Get byte_2

Type byte_3 low high byte_4 byte_5

Connection ID low high

Content

Read projector internal setup value.

Connection ID (byte_4-5)

Connection ID

0~255

Content

This value is attached to the reply data.

③ Other commands byte_0 byte_1

Action low high byte_2 byte_3

Target Number low high byte_4 byte_5

Connection ID low high

Support Command

Get the number of connected projectors

Set the communication Group identification and Communication ID

Get the communication Group identification and Communication ID

Action Target Number Connection ID

2

1

0

1~65535

0~255

0~255

2 1~65535 0~255

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Daisy Chain Communication

Command data

Requesting projector status (Get command)

(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + connection ID (2 bytes))

(2) The projector returns the response code to the PC.

‘9DH’ + ‘02H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + data (2 bytes)

When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code is sent back to the PC.

‘95H’ + ‘02H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’

When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code is sent back to the PC.

‘9CH’ + ‘02H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + error code (2 bytes)

Action (byte_0-1)

Error Code

Error Code

0

1

2

Content

The command was not accepted, since the projector connected to PC was busy.

Communication error is happened between projectors.

The command was not accepted, since the designated projector was not found.

Changing the projector settings (Set command)

(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘01H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + setting code (2 bytes))

(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.

(3) Projector does not send out the response data.

Using the projector default settings (Reset Command)

(1) The PC sends the following default setting code to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘06H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)

(2) The projector changes the specified setting to the default value.

(3) Projector does not send out the response data.

Increasing the projector setting value (Increment command)

(1) The PC sends the following increment code to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘04H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)

(2) The projector increases the setting value on the above setting code.

(3) Projector does not send out the response data.

Decreasing the projector setting value (Decrement command)

(1) The PC sends the following decrement code to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘05H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)

(2) The projector decreases the setting value on the above setting code.

(3) Projector does not send out the response data.

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Daisy Chain Communication

Get the number of connected projectors

(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + connection ID (2 bytes))

(2) The projector returns the response code to the PC.

‘9EH’ + ‘04H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + number of projectors (2 bytes) + group (1 byte) + ID (1 byte)

When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code is sent back to the PC.

‘96H’ + ‘04H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’

When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code is sent back to the PC.

‘9FH’ + ‘06H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + position number of projector having an error* (2 bytes) + group (1 byte) + ID (1 byte) + error code (2 bytes)

*The position number is counted from the projector connected to PC directly, which has No.1 as position number. Then, the next one is No.2 and so on.

Error Code

Error Code

0

Content

The command was not accepted, since the projector connected to PC was

1 busy.

Communication error is happened between projectors.

Set the communication Group identification and

Communication ID

(1) Send the following setting code from the PC to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘01H’ + ‘00H’ + target number (2 bytes) + connection ID

(2 bytes))

(2) The projector changes the group and ID setting based on the above setting code.

(3) Projector does not send out the response data.

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Daisy Chain Communication

Get the communication Group identification and

Communication ID

(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.

Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + target number (2 bytes) + connection ID

(2 bytes))

(2) The projector returns the response code to the PC.

‘90H’ + ‘04H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + target number (2 bytes) + group (1 byte)

+ ID (1 byte)

When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code is sent back to the PC.

‘97H’ + ‘04H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’

When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code is sent back to the PC.

‘91H’ + ‘06H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + position number of projector having an error* (2 bytes) + group (1 byte) + ID (1 byte) + error code (2 bytes)

* The position number is counted from the projector connected to PC directly, which has No.1 as position number. Then, the next one is No.2 and so on.

Error Code

Error Code

0

1

2

Content

The command was not accepted, since the projector connected to PC was busy.

Communication error is happened between projectors.

The command was not accepted, since the designated projector was not found.

NOTE • As for the transmission of the second or subsequent commands, the authentication data can be omitted when the same connection.

• Commands are not accepted during warm-up.

•To use the daisy chain communication, set the DAISY CHAIN of the

COMMUNICATIONTYPE item in the OPTION menu on the OSD (On Screen Display)

(User's Manual (detailed) - Operating Guide)

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RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Power

Input Source

Error Status

BRIGHTNESS

CONTRAST

PICTURE MODE

GAMMA

Set

Set

Set

Set

OFF

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

HDMI

VIDEO 1

S-VIDEO

COMPONENT

BNC

DVI-D

VIDEO 2

Get

Get

ON

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

NORMAL

CINEMA

DYNAMIC

BOARD (BLACK)

BOARD (GREEN)

WHITE BOARD

DAY TIME

CUSTOM

Get

1 DEFAULT

2 DEFAULT

3 DEFAULT

4 DEFAULT

5 DEFAULT

6 DEFAULT

1 CUSTOM

2 CUSTOM

3 CUSTOM

4 CUSTOM

Header

CRC Action

Command Data

Type Setting Code

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

(Example Return)

00 00

(Off)

01 00

(On)

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF

BE EF

03

03

06 00

06 00

2A D3

BA D2

19 D3

BE EF 03 06 00

(Example Return)

00 00

(Normal)

01 00

(Cover error)

FE D2

3E D0

0E D2

6E D3

9E D3

AE D1

CE D0

AE D4

5E D4

CD D2

D9 D8

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

(Cool Down)

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

00 60

00 60

00 60

00 20

00 20

00 20

00 20

00 20

00 20

00 20

00 20

00 20

00 20

20 60

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

03 00

01 00

02 00

05 00

07 00

09 00

0A 00

00 00

00 00

02 00

(Fan error)

03 00

(Lamp error)

04 00

(Temp error)

05 00

(Air fl ow error)

07 00 08 00 0F 00 10 00

(Cold error) (Filter error) (Shutter error) (Lens Shift error)

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

89 D2

EF D2

3E D3

FD D3

9B D3

4A D2

23 F6

B3 F7

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

01 00

01 00

03 20

03 20

03 20

04 20

04 20

04 20

BA 30

BA 30

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

E3 F4

E3 EF

73 EE

83 EE

E3 C7

E3 FB

10 F6

07 E9

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

BA 30

BA 30

BA 30

BA 30

BA 30

BA 30

BA 30

A1 30

04 00

20 00

21 00

22 00

40 00

10 00

00 00

20 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

97 E8

67 E8

F7 E9

C7 EB

57 EA

07 FD

97 FC

67 FC

F7 FD

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

A1 30

A1 30

A1 30

A1 30

A1 30

A1 30

A1 30

A1 30

A1 30

21 00

22 00

23 00

24 00

25 00

10 00

11 00

12 00

13 00

20

GAMMA

User Gamma Point 1

User Gamma Point 2

User Gamma Point 3

User Gamma Point 4

User Gamma Point 5

User Gamma Point 6

User Gamma Point 7

User Gamma Point 8

COLOR TEMP

Set

User Gamma Pattern Set

Set

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

5 CUSTOM

6 CUSTOM

Get

Off

9step Gray Scale

15step Gray Scale

Ramp

Get

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Increment

Decrement

1 HIGH

2 MID

3 LOW

4 Hi-BRIGHT-1

5 Hi-BRIGHT-2

6 Hi-BRIGHT-3

1 CUSTOM (HIGH)

2 CUSTOM (MID)

3 CUSTOM (LOW)

4 CUSTOM

(Hi-BRIGHT-1)

5 CUSTOM

(Hi-BRIGHT-2)

6 CUSTOM

(Hi-BRIGHT-3)

Get

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

CRC

A2 FE

73 FF

80 FE

E6 FE

37 FF

7C FF

07 FE

4C FE

2A FE

FB FF

38 FF

5E FF

8F FE

C4 FE

08 FE

6E FE

BF FF

F4 FF

92 FF

43 FE

B0 FF

D6 FF

C7 FF

57 FE

F4 F0

FB FA

6B FB

9B FB

0B FA

C8 FA

1A FF

CB FE

0B F5

9B F4

6B F4

3B F2

AB F3

5B F3

CB F8

5B F9

AB F9

FB FF

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

Command Data

Type Setting Code

95 30

95 30

96 30

96 30

96 30

97 30

92 30

93 30

93 30

93 30

94 30

94 30

94 30

95 30

90 30

90 30

90 30

91 30

91 30

91 30

92 30

92 30

A1 30

A1 30

A1 30

80 30

80 30

80 30

80 30

80 30

97 30

97 30

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

14 00

15 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

03 00

02 00

01 00

08 00

09 00

0A 00

13 00

12 00

11 00

18 00

Action

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

6B FE

9B FE

C8 F5

01 00

01 00

02 00

B0 30

B0 30

B0 30

19 00

1A 00

00 00

21

COLOR TEMP GAIN R

COLOR TEMP GAIN G

COLOR TEMP GAIN B

COLOR TEMP OFFSET

R

COLOR TEMP OFFSET

G

COLOR TEMP OFFSET

B

COLOR

COLOR Reset

TINT

TINT Reset

SHARPNESS

SHARPNESS Reset

ACTIVE IRIS

MANUAL IRIS

Set

MY MEMORY Load Set

MY MEMORY Save Set

PROGRESSIVE Set

3

4

OFF

TV

3

4

1

2

FILM

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

PRESENTATION

THEATER

MANUAL

Get

Get

Increment

Decrement

1

2

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

Get

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

CRC

97 72

46 73

C4 D0

5B 2E

CB 2F

CB 3B

38 22

B0 22

D6 22

07 23

0E D7

9E D6

6E D6

FE D7

F2 D6

62 D7

92 D7

02 D6

4A 72

DA 73

2A 73

79 72

62 F5

B3 F4

40 F5

26 F5

F7 F4

BC F4

DA F4

0B F5

34 F4

52 F4

83 F5

70 F4

16 F4

C7 F5

8C F5

EA F5

3B F4

04 F5

B5 72

D3 72

02 73

80 D0

49 73

2F 73

FE 72

7C D1

F1 72

22

Command Data

Type Setting Code

01 22

01 22

09 70

04 33

04 33

04 33

04 33

02 33

02 33

02 33

14 20

14 20

14 20

14 20

15 20

15 20

15 20

15 20

07 22

07 22

07 22

07 22

B5 30

B5 30

B6 30

B6 30

B6 30

B7 30

B7 30

B7 30

B1 30

B1 30

B1 30

B2 30

B2 30

B2 30

B3 30

B3 30

B3 30

B5 30

02 22

02 22

02 22

0A 70

03 22

03 22

03 22

0B 70

01 22

00 00

00 00

00 00

11 00

10 00

20 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

Action

04 00

05 00

06 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

02 00

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

3D-YCS

VIDEO NR

ASPECT

OVER SCAN

OVER SCAN Reset

V POSITION

V POSITION Reset

H POSITION

H POSITION Reset

H PHASE

H SIZE

H SIZE Reset

AUTO ADJUST

COLOR SPACE

COMPONENT

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Get

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

Get

Increment

Decrement

OFF

MOVIE

STILL IMAGE

Get

LOW

MID

HIGH

Get

NORMAL

4:3

16:9

16:10 *3

14:9

SMALL *1

NATIVE *2

FULL *3

Execute

Get

Increment

Decrement

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

Execute

AUTO

RGB

SMPTE240

REC709

REC601

Get

COMPONENT

SCART RGB

Get

*1 CP-X10000, CP-SX12000 only. *2 CP-WX11000, CP-SX12000 only.

*3 CP-WX11000 only.

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

CRC

AD D0

91 70

F7 70

26 71

EC D9

0D 83

6B 83

BA 82

E0 D2

F1 82

97 82

46 83

5E DD

9E D0

0E D1

3E D6

CE D6

FE D1

5E D7

5E C9

E6 70

76 71

86 71

D5 70

26 72

D6 72

46 73

85 73

1C D3

49 83

2F 83

FE 82

B5 82

D3 82

02 83

68 D2

91 D0

0E 72

9E 73

6E 73

FE 72

CE 70

3D 72

4A D7

DA D6

79 D7

Action

02 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

06 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

06 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

Command Data

Type Setting Code

08 20

09 22

09 22

09 22

27 70

00 21

00 21

00 21

02 70

01 21

01 21

01 21

08 20

08 20

08 20

08 20

08 20

08 20

08 20

08 20

0A 22

0A 22

0A 22

0A 22

06 22

06 22

06 22

06 22

03 70

03 21

03 21

03 21

02 21

02 21

02 21

04 70

0A 20

04 22

04 22

04 22

04 22

04 22

04 22

17 20

17 20

17 20

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

10 00

00 00

01 00

0A 00

09 00

02 00

08 00

20 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

04 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

23

M-PAL

N-PAL

Get

AUTO

NTSC

PAL

SECAM

NTSC4.43

M-PAL

N-PAL

Get

AUTO

VIDEO

COMPUTER

Get

AUTO

VIDEO

COMPUTER

AUTO

NTSC

PAL

SECAM

NTSC4.43

M-PAL

N-PAL

Get

AUTO

NTSC

PAL

SECAM

NTSC4.43

Get

AUTO

NORMAL

ENHANCED

Get

AUTO

NORMAL

ENHANCED

Get

SYNC ON G OFF

AUTO

Get

SYNC ON G OFF

AUTO

Get

SYNC ON G OFF

AUTO

Get

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

S-VIDEO FORMAT Set

VIDEO 1 FORMAT Set

VIDEO 2 FORMAT Set

HDMI FORMAT

DVI-D FORMAT

HDMI RANGE

DVI-D RANGE

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Header

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

CRC

E6 73

16 76

15 74

BA 77

2A 76

DA 76

89 77

62 74

F2 75

02 75

C2 71

32 74

31 76

86 72

E6 76

76 77

76 72

46 75

E6 70

86 74

16 75

16 70

26 77

86 71

76 74

75 76

A2 70

C2 74

52 75

52 70

62 77

AE D8

0D D9

5E D7

CE D6

0D D6

A2 D6

32 D7

F1 D7

51 74

86 D8

16 D9

E6 D9

B5 D8

FE D4

3E D9

86 D4

16 D5

D5 D5

24

Command Data

Type Setting Code

1A 22

1A 22

1A 22

13 22

13 22

13 22

13 22

19 22

19 22

19 22

11 22

11 22

11 22

1A 22

1A 22

1A 22

1A 22

1A 22

12 22

12 22

12 22

12 22

12 22

12 22

12 22

12 22

11 22

11 22

11 22

11 22

11 22

20 20

20 20

10 20

10 20

10 20

11 20

11 20

11 20

19 22

22 20

22 20

22 20

22 20

20 20

20 20

1A 20

1A 20

1A 20

08 00

07 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

08 00

07 00

00 00

0A 00

04 00

05 00

09 00

02 00

0A 00

04 00

05 00

09 00

02 00

08 00

07 00

00 00

0A 00

04 00

05 00

09 00

02 00

01 00

00 00

02 00

03 00

00 00

02 00

03 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

00 00

10 00

00 00

02 00

03 00

00 00

Action

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

FRAME LOCK -

COMPUTER IN 1

FRAME LOCK -

COMPUTER IN 2

KEYSTONE V

KEYSTONE H

MIRROR

Set

Set

FRAME LOCK - BNC Set

FRAME LOCK - HDMI Set

FRAME LOCK - DVI-D Set

KEYSTONE V Reset

AUTO KEYSTONE V

EXECUTE

AUTO KEYSTONE V Set

KEYSTONE H Reset

ECO MODE Set

Set

MONITOR OUT -

COMPUTER IN 1

Set

MONITOR OUT -

COMPUTER IN 2

Set

MONITOR OUT -

BNC

Set

Get

Get

OFF

ON

Increment

Decrement

Execute

NORMAL

ECO

Get

NORMAL

H:INVERT

V:INVERT

H&V:INVERT

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

Get

OFF

Get

ON

Get

Get

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

Get

OFF

Get

ON

OFF

ON

Increment

Decrement

Execute

Execute

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

Action

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

06 00

CRC

7C C3

7F C2

EF C3

4C C2

A7 C1

37 C0

94 C1

B9 D3

3B C2

AB C3

08 C2

0B C3

9B C2

38 C3

4F C3

DF C2

DF D3

0E D2

08 D0

E5 D1

Command Data

Type Setting Code

57 30

53 30

53 30

53 30

59 30

59 30

59 30

07 20

50 30

50 30

50 30

54 30

54 30

54 30

57 30

57 30

07 20

07 20

0C 70

0D 20

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

57 D3

A7 D3

37 D2

F4 D2

3E F4

FE F6

0E F6

CE B5

0D F4

0E F5

CE F7

3E F7

FE B4

3D F5

4A F5

8A F7

7A F7

BA B4

79 F5

EA D1

7A D0

D9 D1

E9 D0

8F D0

5E D1

98 D8

3B 23

AB 22

08 23

C7 D2

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 30

01 30

01 30

01 30

B0 20

B0 20

B0 20

B0 20

B0 20

B4 20

B4 20

B4 20

B4 20

B4 20

B7 20

B7 20

B7 20

B7 20

B7 20

0F 20

0F 20

0F 20

0B 20

0B 20

0B 20

20 70

00 33

00 33

00 33

01 30

01 00

02 00

03 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

FF 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

FF 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

FF 00

00 00

25

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

MONITOR OUT -

HDMI

MONITOR OUT -

DVI-D

MONITOR OUT -

COMPONENT

MONITOR OUT -

S-VIDEO

MONITOR OUT -

VIDEO 1

MONITOR OUT -

VIDEO 2

MONITOR OUT -

STANDBY

LANGUAGE

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

ENGLISH

FRANÇAIS

DEUTSCH

ESPAÑOL

ITALIANO

NORSK

NEDERLANDS

PORTUGUÊS

日本語

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

OFF

Get

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

SVENSKA

PYCCKNN

SUOMI

Header

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

CRC

DA B6

19 F7

F7 D3

67 D2

97 D2

07 D3

37 D1

A7 D0

E6 F7

26 F5

D6 F5

16 B6

D5 F7

2A F7

EA F5

1A F5

57 D0

C7 D1

37 D4

A7 D5

37 DE

57 D5

C7 D4

F7 D6

67 D7

52 B6

91 F7

F2 F4

32 F6

C2 F6

02 B5

C1 F4

86 F5

7A F4

BA F6

4A F6

8A B5

49 F4

A2 F7

62 F5

92 F5

46 F7

B6 F7

76 B4

B5 F5

C2 F5

02 F7

F2 F7

32 B4

F1 F5

26

Command Data

Type Setting Code

BF 20

BF 20

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

BA 20

BA 20

BA 20

BA 20

BA 20

BF 20

BF 20

BF 20

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

B9 20

B9 20

B5 20

B5 20

B5 20

B5 20

B5 20

B2 20

B3 20

B3 20

B3 20

B3 20

B3 20

B9 20

B9 20

B9 20

B2 20

B2 20

B2 20

B2 20

B1 20

B1 20

B1 20

B1 20

B1 20

FF 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

04 00

05 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

FF 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

06 00

07 00

08 00

09 00

10 00

0A 00

0B 00

0C 00

0D 00

FF 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

FF 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

FF 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

04 00

07 00

FF 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

FF 00

00 00

Action

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

LANGUAGE

MENU POSITION V

MENU POSITION V

Reset

MENU POSITION H

MENU POSITION H

Reset

BLANK Set

BLANK On/Off

START UP

Set

Set

Set

MyScreen LOCK Set

MESSAGE

TEMPLATE

Set

Set

TEMPLATE On/Off Set

CLOSED CAPTION

DISPLAY

Set

CLOSED CAPTION

MODE

Set

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

MyScreen

ORIGINAL

BLUE

WHITE

BLACK

DOT-LINE 1

DOT-LINE 2

DOT-LINE 3

DOT-LINE 4

Get

OFF

Get

ON

OFF

ON

Get

CAPTIONS

TEXT

Get

Get

OFF

Get

ON

MyScreen

ORIGINAL

OFF

Get

OFF

ON

Get

OFF

ON

Get

TEST PATTERN

POLSKI

TÜRKÇE

DANSK

ČEŠTINA

ﺔﻴﺑﺮﻌﻟﺍ ﺔﻐﻠﻟﺍ

ﻰﺳﺭﺎﻓ

Get

Get

Increment

Decrement

Execute

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

CRC

97 D7

07 D6

A7 DF

57 DF

37 DB

A7 DA

C4 D3

40 D7

26 D7

F7 D6

A8 C7

Action

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

Command Data

Type Setting Code

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

05 30

16 30

16 30

16 30

44 70

0E 00

0F 00

11 00

12 00

1C 00

1D 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

04 D7

62 D7

B3 D6

DC C6

FB CA

FB E2

CB D3

6B D0

9B D0

FA 62

6A 63

C9 62

06 63

96 62

35 63

D3 D8

23 D8

B3 D9

83 DB

70 D9

BF D8

2F D9

8C D8

08 D3

FB D8

6B D9

C8 D8

CB CB

0B D2

9B D3

38 D2

3B EF

AB EE

08 EF

8F D6

1F D7

BC D6

43 D9

02 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

15 30

15 30

15 30

43 70

00 30

00 30

00 30

00 30

00 30

00 37

00 37

00 37

01 37

01 37

01 37

22 30

22 30

22 30

22 30

22 30

23 30

23 30

23 30

00 30

20 30

20 30

20 30

04 30

04 30

04 30

04 30

C0 30

C0 30

C0 30

17 30

17 30

17 30

22 30

20 00

40 00

03 00

05 00

06 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

04 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

20 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

27

CLOSED CAPTION

CHANNEL

Set

LAMP TIME LOW

LAMP TIME HIIGH

LAMP TIME Reset

FILTER TIME LOW

FILTER TIME HIGH

FILTER TIME Reset

28

OFF

ON

Get

OFF

Get

ON

Get

Increment

Decrement

1h

3h

6h

Get

Get

Get

Execute

Get

Get

Execute

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

Get

1

2

3

4

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

Get

NORMAL

SKIP

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

SOURCE SKIP

COMPUTER IN 1

SOURCE SKIP

COMPUTER IN 2

SOURCE SKIP

BNC

SOURCE SKIP

HDMI

SOURCE SKIP

DVI-D

SOURCE SKIP

COMPONENT

SOURCE SKIP

S-VIDEO

SOURCE SKIP

VIDEO 1

SOURCE SKIP

VIDEO 2

AUTO SEARCH

DIRECT ON

AUTO OFF

SHUTTER TIMER

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

Set

CRC

BF 87

27 92

47 93

17 90

84 93

C2 FF

2A FD

58 DC

B6 D6

26 D7

85 D6

3B 89

AB 88

08 89

08 86

6E 86

C2 F0

D6 FC

98 C6

51 7B

32 78

A2 79

01 78

46 79

D6 78

75 79

02 79

92 78

31 79

26 7B

B6 7A

15 7B

CD 78

CE 79

5E 78

FD 79

8A 79

1A 78

B9 79

BA 78

D2 62

22 62

B2 63

82 61

71 63

FE 78

6E 79

2A 79

89 78

62 7B

F2 7A

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

Command Data

Type Setting Code

10 31

06 24

06 24

06 24

06 24

90 10

9E 10

30 70

16 20

16 20

16 20

20 31

20 31

20 31

10 31

10 31

A0 10

9F 10

40 70

29 22

25 22

25 22

25 22

22 22

22 22

22 22

21 22

21 22

21 22

2A 22

2A 22

2A 22

20 22

24 22

24 22

24 22

27 22

27 22

27 22

23 22

02 37

02 37

02 37

02 37

02 37

20 22

20 22

23 22

23 22

29 22

29 22

00 00

01 00

03 00

06 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

04 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

Action

05 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

02 00

06 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

04 00

02 00

02 00

06 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

MY BUTTON-1

MY BUTTON-2

MY BUTTON-3

Set

Set

Set

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

HDMI

DVI-D

COMPONENT

S-VIDEO

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

INFORMATION

AUTO KEYSTONE

EXECUTE

MY MEMORY

ACTIVE IRIS

PICTURE MODE

FILTER RESET

TEMPLATE

PbyP SWAP

LENS MEMORY-1

LENS MEMORY-2

LENS MEMORY-3

MY IMAGE

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

HDMI

DVI-D

COMPONENT

S-VIDEO

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

INFORMATION

AUTO KEYSTONE

EXECUTE

MY MEMORY

ACTIVE IRIS

PICTURE MODE

FILTER RESET

TEMPLATE

PbyP SWAP

LENS MEMORY-1

LENS MEMORY-2

LENS MEMORY-3

MY IMAGE

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

HDMI

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

CRC Action

Command Data

Type Setting Code

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

9A 3F

5A 3D

09 33

C6 32

06 30

F6 30

36 32

96 34

96 31

AA 3D

0A 3E

3A 3C

CA 39

5A 38

CA 27

FA 25

6A 24

A6 33

56 33

66 34

06 3F

96 3E

06 24

96 25

A6 3C

F5 32

82 32

42 30

B2 30

72 32

66 3E

56 3C

F6 3F

C6 3D

36 38

A6 39

36 26

3A 33

FA 31

0A 31

CA 33

6A 35

6A 30

5A 32

AA 32

9A 35

FA 3E

6A 3F

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

34 00

35 00

16 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

03 00

12 00

15 00

13 00

14 00

1B 00

1A 00

33 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

03 00

09 00

05 00

02 00

01 00

0A 00

10 00

11 00

00 36

00 36

00 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

00 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

01 36

12 00

16 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

03 00

09 00

05 00

15 00

13 00

14 00

1B 00

1A 00

33 00

34 00

35 00

02 00

01 00

0A 00

10 00

11 00

29

Set

Set

Set

COMPONENT

S-VIDEO

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

INFORMATION

AUTO KEYSTONE

EXECUTE

MY MEMORY

ACTIVE IRIS

PICTURE MODE

FILTER RESET

TEMPLATE

PbyP SWAP

LENS MEMORY-1

LENS MEMORY-2

LENS MEMORY-3

MY IMAGE

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

HDMI

DVI-D

COMPONENT

S-VIDEO

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

DVI-D

COMPONENT

S-VIDEO

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

INFORMATION

AUTO KEYSTONE

EXECUTE

MY MEMORY

ACTIVE IRIS

PICTURE MODE

FILTER RESET

TEMPLATE

PbyP SWAP

LENS MEMORY-1

LENS MEMORY-2

LENS MEMORY-3

MY IMAGE

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

HDMI

DVI-D

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

MY BUTTON-3

MY BUTTON-4

MY SOURCE

Header

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

D2 25

E2 3C

B1 32

7E 33

BE 31

4E 31

8E 33

2E 35

22 3E

12 3C

B2 3F

82 3D

72 38

E2 39

72 26

42 24

2E 30

1E 32

EE 32

DE 35

BE 3E

2E 3F

BE 25

2E 24

1E 3D

4D 33

FA 38

3A 3A

CA 3A

0A 38

DE 3F

EE 3D

4E 3E

7E 3C

8E 39

1E 38

8E 27

AA 3E

AA 3B

9A 39

6A 39

5A 3E

CRC

D2 34

D2 31

E2 33

12 33

22 34

42 3F

D2 3E

30

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

Action

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

Command Data

Type Setting Code

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

09 00

05 00

02 00

01 00

0A 00

10 00

11 00

02 36

02 36

02 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

02 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

20 36

20 36

20 36

20 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

03 36

20 36

20 36

20 36

20 36

20 36

35 00

16 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

03 00

09 00

12 00

15 00

13 00

14 00

1B 00

1A 00

33 00

34 00

05 00

02 00

01 00

0A 00

10 00

11 00

34 00

35 00

16 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

03 00

12 00

15 00

13 00

14 00

1B 00

1A 00

33 00

09 00

05 00

02 00

01 00

0A 00

MY SOURCE

MY IMAGE

MY IMAGE IMAGE-1

Delete

MY IMAGE IMAGE-2

Delete

MY IMAGE IMAGE-3

Delete

MY IMAGE IMAGE-4

Delete

REMOTE FRONT Set

REMOTE REAR

REMOTE TOP

REMOTE ID

Set

Set

Set

Set

REMOTE FREQUENCY

NORMAL

Set

REMOTE FREQUENCY

HIGH

Set

FOCUS

ZOOM

LENS SHIFT -V

LENS SHIFT -H

LENS SHIFT

CENTERING

Execute

Execute

Execute

2

3

4

Get

Disable

Enable

Get

Disable

Enable

Get

Increment

Decrement

Increment

Decrement

Increment

Decrement

Increment

Decrement

Execute

Off

On

Get

Off

On

Get

Off

Get

On

ALL

1

Get

OFF

IMAGE-1

IMAGE-2

IMAGE-3

IMAGE-4

Get

Execute

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

CRC

C9 38

3A C3

AA C2

5A C2

CA C3

FA C1

09 C3

71 C3

Action

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

06 00

Command Data

Type Setting Code

20 36

00 35

00 35

00 35

00 35

00 35

00 35

01 35

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

03 00

04 00

00 00

00 00

35 C3

C9 C2

BD C3

6A 93

BB 92

96 92

47 93

D2 92

03 93

2E 93

FF 92

B8 93

FF 31

6F 30

5F 32

AC 30

FF 3D

6F 3C

CC 3D

03 3C

93 3D

30 3C

FF 32

6F 33

CC 32

03 33

93 32

30 33

47 33

D7 32

74 33

9F 30

0F 31

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

06 00

06 00

06 00

04 00

05 00

04 00

05 00

04 00

05 00

04 00

05 00

06 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 35

03 35

04 35

00 24

00 24

01 24

01 24

02 24

02 24

03 24

03 24

04 24

08 26

08 26

08 26

08 26

30 26

30 26

30 26

31 26

31 26

31 26

00 26

00 26

00 26

01 26

01 26

01 26

02 26

02 26

02 26

08 26

08 26

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

02 00

03 00

04 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

31

LENS MEMORY INDEX Set

LENS MEMORY LOAD

LENS MEMORY SAVE

LENS MEMORY CLEAR

LENS MEMORY FOCUS

LENS MEMORY ZOOM

LENS MEMORY

LENS SHIFT -V

LENS MEMORY

LENS SHIFT -H

LENS MEMORY

LENS TYPE

MAGNIFY

FREEZE

SHUTTER

PbyP

PbyP RIGHT SOURCE Set

PbyP MAIN AREA

Set

Set

Set

Set

PbyP LEFT SOURCE Set

3

Get

Execute

1

2

Execute

Execute

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Increment

Decrement

NORMAL

FREEZE

Get

OFF

ON

Get

OFF

Get

ON

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

HDMI

DVI-D

COMPONENT

S-VIDEO

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

Get

LEFT

RIGHT

Get

COMPUTER IN 1

COMPUTER IN 2

BNC

HDMI

DVI-D

COMPONENT

S-VIDEO

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

Get

Execute

32

PbyP SWAP

RS-232C Communication / Network command table

Header

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

BE EF 03 06 00

E4 91

18 90

B5 27

7A 26

EA 27

49 26

F2 26

32 24

C2 24

02 26

B6 25

76 27

D6 21

D6 24

E6 26

16 26

26 21

A2 20

A2 25

92 27

62 27

52 20

C1 26

01 27

C0 93

3E 26

AE 27

0D 26

86 27

46 25

7C D2

1A D2

CB D3

83 D2

13 D3

B0 D2

F3 93

63 92

CRC

4B 92

DB 93

2B 93

78 92

E8 90

14 91

50 91

28 91

5C 90

A0 91

02 00

02 00

0E 24

0F 24

12 23

13 23

13 23

13 23

15 23

15 23

15 23

15 23

12 23

12 23

12 23

12 23

12 23

12 23

12 23

15 23

15 23

15 23

15 23

15 23

15 23

16 23

05 24

10 23

10 23

10 23

12 23

12 23

07 30

07 30

07 30

02 30

02 30

02 30

05 24

05 24

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

07 00

03 00

07 00

03 00

09 00

05 00

02 00

01 00

0A 00

09 00

05 00

02 00

01 00

0A 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

04 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

00 00

00 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

06 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

04 00

05 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

01 00

01 00

Action

01 00

01 00

01 00

02 00

06 00

06 00

06 00

02 00

02 00

02 00

Command Data

Type Setting Code

07 24

07 24

07 24

07 24

08 24

09 24

0A 24

0B 24

0C 24

0D 24

00 00

01 00

02 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

00 00

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