NEC NP-P401W User's Manual

NEC NP-P401W User's Manual
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Control Commands for NEC Projector (Basic) Rev 08.04.14a
Copyright (C) NEC Display Solutions, Ltd. 2002-2014
---------------------------------------------------------------------Updated on August 4, 2014
---------------------------------------------------------------------This file contains information about NEC projector control commands.
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Model Name
GT60
GT5000/GT6000 Series
GT50
GT1150/GT2150 Series
HT
HT1000/HT1100 Series
HT10
HT410/HT510 Series
LT180
LT180
:
LT30
LT25/LT30/LT35 Series
LT
LT220/LT240/LT240K/LT260/LT260K/LT245/LT265 Series
LT80
LT280/LT380 Series
MT70
MT860/MT1060/MT1065/MT1075 Series
NP60
NP40/NP50/NP60 Series
NP62
NP41/NP61/NP62 Series
NP1000
NP1000/NP2000 Series
NP3150
NP1150/NP2150/NP3150/NP3151W Series
NP4000
NP4000/NP4001 Series
NP905
NP905/NP901W/VT800 Series
NP600
NP300/NP400/NP500/NP500W/NP500WS/NP600/NP600S Series
VT
VT770 Series
VT70
VT37/VT47/VT480/VT57/VT570/VT575/VT670/VT676 Series
VT80
VT48/VT480/VT580 Series
VT90
VT49/VT490/VT590/VT595/VT695 Series
VT700
VT700
WT
WT600/WT610/WT615 Series
NP4100
NP4100/NP4100W Series
NP3250
NP1250/NP2250/NP3250/NP3250W Series
NP610
NP310/NP410/NP410W/NP510/NP510W/NP510WS/NP610/NP610S Series
NP2200
NP1200/NP2200 Series
NP216
NP110/NP115/NP215/NP216 Series
NP64
NP43/NP64 Series
M300
M260X/M260W/M300X/M300W Series
M361
M271X/M311X/M311W/M361X Series
M402
M282X/M322X/M322W/M402X/M332XS/M352WS
P420
P350X/P350W/P420X Series
P501
P401W/P451X/P451W/P501X Series
PE401
PE401H
UM330
UM330X/UM330W Series
U300
U300X/U310W Series
V300
V260/V260X/V300X/V300W Series
VE281
VE281/VE281X/VE282B/VE282XB
PA600
PA600X/PA550W/PA500U/PA500X Series
PX750U
PX700W/PX750U/PX800X Series
PH1000U PH1000U Series
PH1400U PH1400U Series
Contents
1. Projector Control
2. Connection Method
3. Interface Conditions
4. List of Commands
5. Command Descriptions
6. Table of Response Error Codes
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1. Projector Control
---------------------------------------------------------------------NEC projectors make use of control commands that control the functions of the projector via connection with a
personal computer or another device.
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2. Connection Method
---------------------------------------------------------------------The following 3 kinds of connection methods are available for sending and receiving control commands.
1. Serial connection using the serial port on the projector
A serial cable is required.
2. USB connection using the USB port on the projector
A USB cable is required.
3. LAN connection
3-1. LAN connection using a wired LAN card
A wired LAN card and LAN cable are required.
3-2. LAN connection using a wireless LAN card
A wireless LAN card is required.
3-3.LAN connection using the LAN port on the projector
A LAN cable is required.
3-4. LAN connection using a wireless LAN unit
A wireless LAN unit is required
Status of supported connection
(1)
(2)
(3-1)
(3-2)
(3-3)
(3-4)
Serial Port
USB Port
Wired
LAN Card
Wireless
LAN Card
Wired
LAN Port
Wireless
LAN Port
GT5000/GT6000
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
GT1150/GT2150
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
HT410/HT510
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
HT1000/HT1100
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
LT180
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
LT25/LT30/LT35
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
LT220/LT240/LT260
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
LT240K/LT260K
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
LT245/LT265/LT280/LT380
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
MT860/MT1060/MT1065/MT1075
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
NP40/NP50/NP60
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
NP41/NP61/NP62
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
NP43/NP64
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
NP1000/NP2000
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
NP1150/NP2150/NP3150/NP3151W
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
NP4000/NP4001
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
NP905/NP901W
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
NP300/NP400/NP500/NP500W/NP500WS/NP600/NP600S
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
VT770
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
VT37/VT47/VT470/VT57/VT570/VT575VT/670/VT676
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
VT48/VT480/VT580
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
VT49/VT490/VT590/VT595/VT695/VT700
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
VT700
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
VT800
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
WT600WT/610/WT615
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
NP4000/NP4001
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
NP1250/NP2250/NP3250/NP3250W
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
NP310/NP410/NP410W/NP510/NP510W/NP510WS/NP610/NP610S
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
NP1200/NP2200
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
NP4100/NP4100W
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
NP110/NP115/NP215/NP216
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
M260X/M260W/M300X/M300W
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
M271X/M311X/M311W/M361X
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
M282X/M322X/M322W/M402X?M332XS?M352WS
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
P350X/P350W/P420X
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
P401W/P451X/P451W/P501X
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
PE401H
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
UM330X/UM330W
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
U300X/U310W
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
V260X/V300X/V300W
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
VE281/VE281X/VE282B/VE282XB
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
PA500X/PA550W/PA500U/PA600X
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
PX700W/PX750U/PX800X
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
PH1000U
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
PH1400U
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes: Supported
No: Not Supported
* A USB cable is supplied as standard with the MT860/1060/1065/1075.
* The GT5000/6000 does not come with a USB cable.
* Note that a connection method using the supplied USB cable is not supported for the LT220/240/260.
* The serial cable, LAN card and LAN cable are separately sold.
* The WT610 replaced the WT610 and uses the same command set.
(CAUTION)
Before making connections, be sure to invalidate the standby mode of the projector and set the "idle mode". The
projector cannot use the control commands in the standby mode.
Setting method: Under projector [Projector Options] --> [Setup], enter a check for [Idle Mode] on Page 4.
( CAUTION ) (!1)
Before making connections, be sure to select [NORMAL] for [STANDBY MODE].
Setting method : From the projector's menu, select [SETUP] --> [OPTIONS(2)] -->[STANDBY MODE]--> [NORMAL].
( CAUTION ) (!2)
The projector accept the "POWER ON" command during [POWER-SAVING] mode for[STANDBY MODE].
Supplement:
(!1) Only the NP600/NP610/NP3200 series is compatible.
(!2) Only the M300 series is compatible.
[P350X/P350W/P420X Series]
STANDBY MODE: "POWERSAVING"
Control Command
POWER ON
Yes: Supported
No: Not supported
Serial
port
Yes
Wired
LAN
port
No
Wireless
LAN
unit
No
Wired
LAN
port
No
Wireless
LAN
unit
No
Wired
LAN
port
Yes
Wireless
LAN
unit
Yes
[P401W/P451W/P451W/P501X
Series]
[PA600X/PA550W/PA500U/PA500X Series]
[PX700W/PX750U/PX800X Series]
[PH1000U Series]
STANDBY MODE: "POWERSAVING"
Control Command
POWER ON
Serial
port
Yes
STANDBY MODE: "NETWORK STANDBY"
Control Command
POWER ON
Yes: Supported
No: Not supported
Serial
port
Yes
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3. Interface Conditions
---------------------------------------------------------------------Serial connection
---------------------------------------------------------------------The communications method conforms to the RS-232C standard.
* A USB cable is supplied as standard with the MT860/1060/1065/1075.
* The GT5000/6000 does not come with a USB cable.
* Note that a connection method using the supplied USB cable is not supported for the LT220/240/260.
* The serial cable, LAN card and LAN cable are separately sold.
( CAUTION )
Before making connections, set the standby mode of the projector to "NORMAL" or "Idol mode".
The projector cannot use the control commands in the power-saving condition, but the following model can use
some control commands.
Baud rate:
Data length:
Parity bit:
Stop bits:
Communications mode:
38400 bps
(NP600 series, NP610 Series, VT60/VT70/VT80/VT90 series, VT700: 19200bps)
8 bits
No parity
1 bit
Full duplex
The control connector is described below.
[ HT/LT/NP40/VT70/VT80/VT90/WT ]
The PC CONTROL connector is a mini DIN 8-pin connector.
1 To TxD of PC
2
3
4 To GND of PC
5
6
7 To RxD of PC
8
* 2, 3, 5, 6, and 8 are used inside the projector.
[ GT/LT80/MT/NP1000/VT (except
VT70/VT80/VT90)/NP3150/NP905/NP600/NP4000/NP3250/NP610/NP2200/NP216/M300/P420/U300/V300 ]
The PC CONTROL connector is a D-SUB 9-pin connector.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
To TxD of PC
To RxD of PC
To GND of PC
To CTS of PC
To RTS of PC
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4. Communication Frame
---------------------------------------------------------------------On the LT/MT/SX/GT series projectors communication is done in a frame
composed of header, data, and checksum.
The frame sent from the controller to the projector is referred to as
a command, and the one sent from the projector to the command as an
reply is referred to as a response.
The response has two types; Acknowledge (hereafter referred to as ACK)
that recognizes a command and Negative Acknowledge (hereafter referred
to as NAK) that fails to recognize a command.
+--------------+ Command +--------------+
|
|-------------->|
|
| Controller |
| Projector |
|
|<--------------|
|
+--------------+ Response +--------------+
(ACK or NAK)
4-1. Frame Format
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One frame comprises a header, a data portion, and a checksum.
Frame Format:
+-------------------------------+----------------------+--------+
|
Header portion
| Data portion |Checksum|
|
| (Max. 4095 Bytes) |
|
+-----+-----+-----+-------+-----+-----+-- --+-------+--------+
| 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | ~ | n | m |
+-----+-----+-----+---+---+-----+-----+-- --+-------+--------+
| 8 | 8 | 8 | 4 | 12 | 8 | ~ | 8 | 8 |
| Bit | Bit | Bit |Bit| Bit | Bit | ~ | Bit | Bit |
+-----+-----+-----+---+---------+-----+-- ~ --+-------+--------+
| | | |
|
| | | |
+------------- Data length
| | | +-------------------- Model code
| | +------------------------- Projector ID
| +------------------------------- ID2
+------------------------------------- ID1
* ID1: (8 Bit)
This is an identification data assigned to each command.
Command :
This sets an identification data assigned to each command to send it.
( See each command description.)
Response :
This returns the 6th bit of received ID1 as HIGH.
For ACK it sends the 8th bit back as LOW (recognized); for NAK it
sends the 8th bit back as HIGH (not recognized).
* ID2: (8 Bit)
This is an identification data assigned to each command.
Command :
This sets an identification data assigned to each command to send it.
( See each command description.)
Response :
This returns the value of received ID2 as is.
* Projector ID : (8 Bit)
This is a projector ID for the projector that sends and receives
frames.
Command :
This specifies a projector ID for the projector that sends and
receives commands. (individual notification)
Entering 00H or FFH becomes a common command for all the projectors.
(broadcast notification)
This is convenient for controlling multiple projectors at the same
time.
* When the controller is connected with the projector on a one-to-one
basis Broadcast notification is recommended.
* When the controller is connected with multiple projectors
To control a certain projector, use "individual notification".
For all others "broadcast notification" is recommended.
Response :
This returns the projector ID for a projector received regardless of
individual notification or broadcast notification.
CAUTION :
To notify individually, specifying a model code from the following
model codes is required.
* Model code: (4 Bit)
This is a model code for the projector that sends and receives frames.
Command :
This specifies a model code for the projector that sends commands.
(individual notification)
Entering 0000B or 1111B becomes a common command for all the
projectors. (broadcast notification)
This is convenient for controlling multiple projectors at the same
time.
* When the controller is connected with the projector on a one-to-one
basis Broadcast notification is recommended.
* When the controller is connected with multiple projectors
To control a certain projector, use "individual notification".
For all others "broadcast notification" is recommended.
Response :
This returns the model code for a projector received regardless of
individual notification or broadcast notification.
Table of Model codes
------------------------------------------0000B : (broadcast notification)
0001B : MT Series
0010B : LT Series
0011B : SX Series
0101B : GT Series
1111B : (broadcast notification)
CAUTION :
* When the model code is set to "broadcast notification", the command
becomes broadcast notification command, regardless of values of the
projector ID.
* Model code is specified using upper ranking 4 bits of data length.
The lower ranking 4 bits becomes the upper bits of data length.
* Data length : (12 Bit)
This is data length of data portion (unit:: byte).
Command :
This sets data length of data added to a command to send it.
( See each command description.)
Response :
This sets data length of data added to a response to send it.
( See each command description.)
CAUTION :
Data length is specified using total of 12 bits ( 0 - 4095) of 4 bits
of the 4th byte and 8 bits of the 5th byte.* The upper ranking 4 bits
of the 4th byte is model code.
* Data portion
This becomes data of data length specified in the data length portion.
Command :
This sets data added to a command to send it.
( See each command description.)
Response :
This sets data added to a response to send it.
( See each command description.)
* Checksum
This is lower ranking 8 bits of the sum total of the header and data
portions of one transmit and receive data frame.
4-2. Data portion of response
**********************************************************************
For ACK
This returns ACK without adding data portion to the command that does
not request data.
This returns ACK with adding data to the data portion for the command
that requests data.
For NAK
This adds a cause of not accepting the command to data portion to
return it.
(Example) Power On
Command:
02H 00H FFH F0H 00H CKS
NAK:
A2H 00H 01H 20H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
Data Contents
---------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 Error types
00H : Not supported
01H : Parameter error
02H : Operation mode error
03H : Gain-related error
04H : Logo transfer error
DATA02 Error description
* When not supported
00H : Unknown command
01H : The current model does not support this function.
02H : This model is not compatible with the Switcher.
03H : This model is not compatible with the PC Viewer.
* When a parameter error occurs
00H : Unvalid values specified.
01H : Specified terminal is unavailable or cannot be selected
02H : Selected language is not available.
* When an operation mode error occurs
00H : Available memory reservation error
01H : External control working
02H : Operating memory
03H : Standby
04H : On Forced on-screen mute mode
05H : Link mode working
06H : Displaying a signal other than PC Viewer
07H : -No signal08H : Displaying a test pattern or PC Card Files screen.
09H : No PC card is inserted0AH : Memory operation failed
0BH : Switcher mode working
0CH : Displaying the Entry List
* When a gain adjustment error occurs
00H : Group number / sub category number is not correct.
01H : Selected gain is not available.
02H : Adjustment failed
* When a logo transfer error occurs
00H : Start is not requested
01H : Cannot process due to storing
02H : Exceeds the total number of blocks required
at the time of start
03H : The block number of transferred data is not consecutive.
USB connection
---------------------------------------------------------------------This conforms to the USB1.1 standard.
Transfer speed: All speeds (supported)
Endpoint: Control transfer Endpoint 0
Device class: HID class (Ver1.1)
USB1.1 Standard: Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 1.1
HID : Human Interface Device
Connector Specifications
1 VBUS (Power supply)
2 D- (- Signal)
3 D+ (+ Signal)
4 GND (Ground)
* Depending on the USB host controller in the personal computer, the USB connection may fail to operate. When
using a USB hub, please use a self-powered type, not a bus-powered type. When using a USB hub, connection to
the first stage of the USB hub is recommended.
LAN connection
---------------------------------------------------------------------[ Wired LAN port ]
LAN interface
Communication speed: Auto setting (10/100Mbps)
Certified standard: IEEE802.3 (10BASE-T)
IEEE802.3u (100BASE-TX, Auto-Negotiation)
A LAN connector (8 male RJ-45 connector)
1 TD+
Transmit data (+)
2 TDTransmit data (-)
3 RD+
Receive data (+)
4
Not used
5
Not used
6 RDReceive data (-)
7
Not used
8
Not used
[ Wired/wireless LAN card ]
The LAN connections will differ depending on the commercial LAN card that is used.
- For information on supported LAN cards, visit:
Global: http://www.nec-pj.com/
[Port Number]
The TCP port number used is "7142".
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4. List of Commands
---------------------------------------------------------------------* Example for command
---------------------------------------------------------------------Command name
Example
---------------------------------------------------------------------006. RUNNING SENSE
007. COMMON DATA REQUEST
009. ERROR STATUS REQUEST
015. POWER ON
016. POWER OFF
018. INPUT SW CHANGE
020. PICTURE MUTE ON
021. PICTURE MUTE OFF
00H 81H 00H 00H 00H 81H
00H C0H 00H 00H 00H C0H
00H 88H 00H 00H 00H 88H
02H 00H 00H 00H 00H 02H
02H 01H 00H 00H 00H 03H
02H 03H 00H 00H 02H <DATA> CKS
02H 10H 00H 00H 00H 12H
02H 11H 00H 00H 00H 13H
022. SOUND MUTE ON
023. SOUND MUTE OFF
024. ONSCREEN MUTE ON
025. ONSCREEN MUTE OFF
030. GAIN ADJUST
030-2. VOLUME ADJUST
030-12. IMAGE MODE ADJUST
037. INFORMATION REQUEST
037-1. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST
037-2. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 2
037-4. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 3
037-6: CARBON SAVINGS INFORMATION REQUEST
037-7. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 4
038. LAMP MODE REQUEST
039. LAMP MODE SET
046. WXGA MODE SETTING REQUEST
049. WXGA MODE SETTING SET
050. REMOTE KEY CODE
053. LENS CONTROL
053-1. LENS CONTROL REQUEST
053-2. LENS CONTROL 2
053-3. LENS MEMORY CUSTOM SET
053-4. LENS MEMORY REFERENCE SET
053-5. LENS MEMORY CONTROL REQUEST
053-6. LENS MEMORY CONTROL
053-7. LENS INFORMATION REQUEST
060. GAIN PARAMETER REQUEST 2
077. MUTE CONTROL
078-1. SETTING REQUEST
078-2. RUNNING STATUS REQUEST
078-3. INPUT STATUS REQUEST
078-4. MUTE STATUS REQUEST
078-5. MODEL NAME REQUEST
078-6. MIRROR COVER STATUS REQUEST
079. FREEZE CONROL
097-198. PIP/SIDE BY SIDE REQUEST
098-196. WXGA MODE SETTING SET
098-198. PIP/SIDE BY SIDE SET
110. AUTO FUNCTIONS EXECUTE
111. AUTO ADJUST EXECUTE2
305-1. BASE MODEL TYPE REQUEST
305-3. PROJECTOR INFORMATION REQUEST
* Availability by Model
---------------------------------------------------------------------Model No.
------------------------01 : LT240/LT260
02 : MT1060/MT1065/MT1075
03 : HT1000
04 : LT220
05 : MT860
06 : WT600/WT610/WT615
07 : GT5000
08 : LT240K/LT260K
09 : GT6000
10 : HT1100
11 : VT770
12: HT410/HT510 (HT10 Series)
13 : LT245/LT265
14 : LT280/LT380
02H 12H 00H 00H 00H 14H
02H 13H 00H 00H 00H 15H
02H 14H 00H 00H 00H 16H
02H 15H 00H 00H 00H 17H
03H 10H 00H 00H 05H <DATA> CKS
03H 10H 00H 00H 05H 05H <DATA> CKS
03H 10H 00H 00H 05H <DATA> CKS
03H 8AH 00H 00H 00H 8DH
03H 8CH 00H 00H 00H 8FH
03H 94H 00H 00H 00H 97H
03H 96H 00H 00H 02H <DATA> CKS
03H 9AH 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
03H 9BH 00H 00H 03H <DATA> CKS
03H B0H 00H 00H 01H 07H BBH
03H B1H 00H 00H 02H 07H 00H BDH
03H B0H 00H 00H 01H DATA1 CKS
03H B1H 00H 00H 02H DATA1 DATA2 CKS
02H 0FH 00H 00H 02H 00H 00H 13H
02H 18H 00H 00H 02H <DATA> CKS
02H 1CH 00H 00H 02H <DATA> CKS
02H 1DH 00H 00H 04H <DATA> CKS
02H 1EH 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
02H 1FH 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
02H 20H 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
02H 21H 00H 00H 02H <DATA> CKS
02H 22H 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
03H 04H 00H 00H 03H <DATA> CKS
02H 1AH 00H 00H 02H <DATA> CKS
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 00H CKS
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 01H CKS
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 02H CKS
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 03H CKS
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 04H CKS
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 05H CKS
01H 98H 00H 00H 01H DATA01 CKS
03H B0H 00H 00H 02H C5H DATA CKS
03H B1H 00H 00H 02H DATA1 DATA2 CKS
03H B1H 00H 00H 03H C5H <DATA> CKS
03H B6H 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
03H BAH 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
00H BFH 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
00H BFH 00H 00H 01H <DATA> CKS
15 : LT180
16 : VT37/VT47/VT470/VT57/VT570/VT575/VT670/VT676 (VT70 series)
17 : VT48/VT480/VT580 (VT80 Series)
18 : NP1000/NP2000 (NP1000 Series)
19 : NP1150/NP2150/NP3150/NP3151W (3150 Series)
20 : LT25/LT30/LT35 (LT30 Series)
21 : NP40/NP50/NP60 (NP60 Series)
22 : VT49/VT490/VT590/VT595/VT695 (VT90 Series)
23 : VT700
24: NP4000/NP4001 (NP4000 Series)
25: NP905/NP901W/VT800 (NP900 Series)
26: NP41/NP61/NP62 (NP62 Series)
27: NP300/NP400/NP500/NP500W/NP500WS/NP600/NP600S (NP600 Series)
28: GT1150/GT2150 (GT50 Series)
29: NP4100/NP4100W (NP4100 Series)
30: NP1250/NP2250/NP3250/NP3250W (NP3250 Series)
31: NP310/NP410W/NP510/NP510W/NP510WS/NP610/NP610S (NP610 Series)
32: NP1200/NP2200 (NP2200 Series)
33: NP110/NP115/NP215/NP216 (NP216 Series)
34: NP43/NP64 (NP64 Series)
35: M260X/M260W/M300X/M300W (M300 Series)
36: P350X/P350X/P420X (P420 Series)
37: U300X/U310W (U300 Series)
38: V260/V260X/V300X (V300 Series)
39: PA600X/PA550W/PA500U/PA500X (PA600 Series)
40: PX700W/PX750U/PX800X (PX750 Series)
41: PH1000U (PH1000 Series)
42: VE281/VE281X/VE282B/VE282XB (VE281 Series)
43: P401W/P451X/P451W/P501X (P501 Series)
44: UM330X/UM330W (UM330 Series)
45: M271X/M311X/M311W (M311 Series)
46: PE401H (P401 Series)
47: P401W/P451X/P451W/P501X (P501 Series)
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Availability by Model (CURRENT MODELS)
Command Name
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007. COMMON DATA REQUEST
009. ERROR STATUS REQUEST
015. POWER ON
016. POWER OFF
018. INPUT SW CHANGE
020. PICTURE MUTE ON
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022. SOUND MUTE ON
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030. GAIN ADJUST
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Volume
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Aspect Ratio Input Signal
037. INFORMATION REQUEST
037-1. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST
037-2. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 2
037-4. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 3
037.6 CARBON SAVINGS INFORMATION REQUEST
037-7. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 4
038. LAMP MODE REQUEST
039. LAMP MODE SET
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050. REMOTE KEY CODE
053. LENS CONTROL
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053-5. LENS MEMORY CONTROL REQUEST
053-6. LENS MEMORY CONTROL
053-7. LENS INFORMATION REQUEST
060. GAIN PARAMETER REQUEST 2
077. MUTE CONTROL
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078-4. MUTE STATUS REQUEST
078-5. MODEL NAME REQUEST
078-6. MIRROR COVER STATUS REQUEST
079. FREEZE CONTROL
097-198. PIP/SIDE BY SIDE REQUEST
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098-198. PIP/SIDE BY SIDE SET
110. AUTO FUNCTIONS EXECUTE
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009. ERROR STATUS REQUEST
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Volume
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Aspect Ratio Input Signal
037. INFORMATION REQUEST
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037-4. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 3
037.6. CARBON SAVINGS INFORMATION REQUEST
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038. LAMP MODE REQUEST
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050. REMOTE KEY CODE
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053-5. LENS MEMORY CONTROL REQUEST
053-6. LENS MEMORY CONTROL
053-7. LENS INFORMATION REQUEST
060. GAIN PARAMETER REQUEST 2
077. MUTE CONTROL
078-1. SETTING REQUEST
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078-3. INPUT STATUS REQUEST
078-4. MUTE STATUS REQUEST
078-5. MODEL NAME REQUEST
078-6. MIRROR COVER STATUS REQUEST
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097-198. PIP/SIDE BY SIDE REQUEST
098-196. WXGA MODE SETTING SET
098-198. PIP/SIDE BY SIDE SET
305.1 BASE MODEL TYPE REQUEST
305.3 PROJECTOR INFORMATION REQUEST
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firmware version 1.04 or later
firmware version 1.01 or later
firmware version 1.02 or later
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5. Command Descriptions
---------------------------------------------------------------------Precautions with Inscriptions:
(*1) Projector ID
It is the value when forwarding a factory.
This reflects the "Projector ID" that has been set to the projector.
(*2) Model code: "xxH" inscription
This will differ depending on the projector.
In case of MT/NP1000 series
In case of MT/NP3150 series
In case of MT/NP3250 series
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In case of M402 series
In case of V300 series
In case of VT series
In case of NP600 series
In case of NP610 series
In case of NP2200 series
In case of M300 series
In case of M311 series
In case of P420 series
In case of P501 series
In case of GT series
In case of HT series
In case of WT series
In case of UM330 series
In case of PE401 series
In case of HT10 series
In case of LT180 series
In case of LT30 series
In case of NP60 series
In case of NP4000, 4100 series
In case of U300 series
In case of NP905/NP901W/VT800
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20H 81H 01H 60H 01H 00H 03H
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(*4) Response error number
This is the value of the error number at the time of an error.
See "NAK" of "6-2. Data portion of response".
(*5) Term “RGB” and “COMPUTER”
On the HT1100, VT770, LT245/ LT265/ LT280/ LT380, NP1000/NP2000, NP1150/NP2150/NP3150/NP3151W,
NP1250/NP2250/NP3250/NP3250W, NP1200/NP2200, NP4000/NP4001, NP4100/NP4100W,
NP905/NP901W/VT800, LT25/LT30/LT35, VT48/VT480/VT580, VT49/VT490/VT590/VT595/VT695/VT700,
NP300/NP400/NP500/NP500W/NP500WS/NP600/NP600S,
NP310/NP410/MP410W/NP510/NP510W/NP610WS/NP610/NP610S,
NP40/NP50/NP60/NP41/NP61/NP62/NP43/NP64, P350X/350W/420X, P401W/P451X/P451W/P501X,
PA500X/500U/550W/600X, PX700W/750U/800X and PH1000U the term "RGB connector" has been changed to
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(*6) Term “DVI” and “COMPUTER”
On the LT380, NP1000/NP2000, NP1150/NP2150/NP3150/NP3151W, NP1250/NP2250/NP3250/NP3250W,
NP1200/NP2200, NP4000/NP4001, NP4100/NP4100W,
NP300/NP400/NP500/NP500W/NP500WS/NP600/NP600S,
NP310/NP410/MP410W/NP510/NP510W/NP610WS/NP610/NP610S and VT595/VT695/VT700, the term "DVI
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006. RUNNING SENSE
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Function:
This command acquires the operation mode of the projector.
Command:
00H 81H 00H 00H 00H 81H
Response: At the time of a success
20H 81H 01H xxH 01H DATA01 CKS
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Data Portion Contents
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Status of operation
Bit 7: Power On/Off processing
0 = No execution (Normal condition)
1 = During execution
Bit 6: Selecting signal processing
0 = No execution (Normal condition)
1 = During execution
Bit 5: Cooling processing
0 = No execution (Normal condition)
1 = During execution
Bit 4: External control mode
0 = OFF
1 = ON
Bit 3: No Power-Off period
0 = Power-Off Possible (Normal condition)
1 = Power-Off Impossible
Bit 2: Reserved
Bit 1: Projector status
0 = Idling
1 = Power On
Bit 0: Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H 81H 01H xxH 02H DATA1H DATA02 CKS
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007. COMMON DATA REQUEST
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Function:
This command acquires all of the detailed conditions of the projector.
Command:
00H C0H 00H 00H 00H C0H
Response: At the time of a success
20H C0H 01H xxH 80H DATA01 .. DATA128 CKS
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Data Portion Contents
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Projector type
See DATA70..71
08H : NP4000 Projector
11H : NP62 Projector
DATA02
Projector ID
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1 .. 254 NP216
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00H: Idling
01H: Power On
DATA05
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00H: No execution (Normal condition)
01H: During execution
DATA06
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01H : 1
02H : 2
03H : 3
04H : 4
05H : 5
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Type 2 of input terminal to be selected (!1) (!) (!!)
01H : RGB (*5)
02H : VIDEO
03H : S-VIDEO
04H : COMPONENT
05H : Reserved
06H : DIGITAL (*6)
07H : VIEWER
08H : SLOT1
09H : SLOT2
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x0H : NTSC3.58
x1H : NTSC4.43
x2H : PAL
x3H : PAL60
x4H : SECAM
x5H : B/W60
x6H : B/W50
x7H : PALNM
x8H : NTSC3.58 LBX
x9H : NTSC3.58 SQZ
xDH : NTSC
xEH : PAL-M
xFH : PAL-N
* x: undefined
DATA10 .. 12 Reserved ( undefined )
DATA13 .. 20 Horizontal frequency of the indication signal(string)
("000.00" kHz + NULL(0)+ NULL(0) )
DATA21 .. 28 Vertical frequency of the indication signal(string)
("000.00" Hz + NULL(0)+ NULL(0) )
DATA29
Picture mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA30
Sound mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA31 .. Reserved
DATA32 Freeze Status (!2)
00H : OFF
01H : ON
FFH : Not Supported
DATA33
Test pattern display 1
00H : No display (Normal condition)
00H Other : Displaying (Pattern ID)
Pattern ID Pattern Name
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
17H
18H
19H
1DH
Cross Hatch
Gray Bars
Raster(0%)
Raster(25%)
Raster(50%)
Raster(100%)
Focus
Raster Blue
Gray Raster 30
Gray Raster 10
RAMP WBRG
Blue Raster 60
Cross Hatch 3
MT LT LT180 LT80 HT GT WT VT NP1000 NP3150 NP905 NP4000 NP4100 NP62
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
* : Supported
- : Not supported
*1: Only LT240K/260K
Pattern ID Pattern Name PA600 PX750 PH1000
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
07H
DATA34
Cross Hatch
Gray Bars
Raster(0%)
Raster(25%)
Raster(50%)
Raster(100%)
Color Bar
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Test pattern display 2
FFH: No display (Normal condition)
FFH Other: Displaying
Bit 2: BLUE pattern
0 = OFF
1 = ON
Bit 1: GREEN pattern
0 = OFF
1 = ON
Bit 0: RED pattern
0 = OFF
1 = ON
DATA35 .. 50 Reserved
DATA51 .. 65 User registration name ( 14 characters + NULL )
DATA66
Forced On-screen mute
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
NP64 NP3250 NP216
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
P420
V300
VE281
P501
M402
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA67
On-screen display
00H : No display
01H : Displaying
DATA68
Selecting signal processing
00H : No execution (Normal condition)
01H : During execution
DATA69
Status of operation
00H : Idling
04H : Power On
05H : Cooling
06H : Idling (Error occurrence)
Other than above: (nondisclosure)
Internal use of code during a state transition period
DATA70 .. 71 Projector type
Data01
01H
01H
01H
01H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
03H
03H
03H
04H
04H
04H
04H
05H
05H
06H
06H
08H
08H
08H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
11H
11H
11H
11H
11H
11H
12H
12H
12H
12H
12H
12H
12H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
14H
14H
14H
15H
15H
15H
15H
16H
16H
16H
16H
16H
17H
17H
17H
19H
20H
20H
20H
20H
22H
22H
22H
22H
22H
22H
Data70
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
01H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
00H
01H
02H
03H
05H
07H
08H
09H
01H
02H
00H
01H
00H
02H
03H
04H
00H
03H
00H
01H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
01H
02H
05H
06H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
00H
01H
02H
03H
00H
02H
04H
00H
01H
02H
03H
00H
01H
03H
01H
04H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
00H
02H
03H
06H
07H
09H
Data71
03H
03H
03H
06H
03H
03H
03H
05H
06H
06H
04H
06H
07H
01H
01H
03H
03H
03H
04H
03H
05H
07H
10H
10H
08H
09H
09H
09H
09H
09H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
00H
00H
11H
11H
11H
11H
12H
12H
08H
08H
09H
09H
09H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
11H
12H
12H
13H
13H
13H
13H
11H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
MT1060/MT1065
MT860
MT1075
NP1000/NP2000
LT240/LT260
LT220
LT240K/LT260K
LT245/LT265
LT380
LT280
VT770
VT80 Series
VT90 Series
GT1150
GT2150
GT5000
GT6000
HT1000
HT1100
WT600
WT610/WT615
NP4000/NP4001
NP4100
NP4100W
VT700
NP600
NP500
NP500 W
NP400
NP300
NP610
NP510
NP510W
NP410
NP310
NP610S
NP510WS
NP410
NP2200
NP1200
NP41/61
NP62
NP215
NP115
NP110
NP216
NP64
NP43
NP1150/NP2150/NP3150
NP3151W
NP905
NP901W
VT800
NP1250/NP2250/NP3250
NP3250W
M300X
M300W
M260X
M260W
P420X
P350X
P350W
UM330X
UM330W
M361X
M311W
M271X
M311X
PE401H
U300X
U310W
PA600X
PA500X
PA550W
PA500U
V300X
V260X
V260
VE281X/VE281XB
VE281/VE281B
PX750U
PX700W
PX800X
PH1000U
P501X
P451X
P451W
P401W
M401X
M322X
M282X
M322W
M332XS
M352WS
DATA72
PC Card insertion
00H : Not inserted
01H : Inserted
DATA73
USB Mouse connection
00H : Not connected
01H : Connected
DATA74
Entry list type
01H : Default
02H : User
DATA75 .. 82 Reserved
DATA83
DATA84
DATA85
On-screen mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
Reserved
Indicate Contents
00H = Picture signal displaying
01H = No signal
02H = Viewer displaying
03H = Test pattern displaying
04H = LAN displaying
DATA86 .. 128 Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H C0H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
(!)
Selected input terminal
RGB or RGB1 (*5)
RGB2 (*5)
Video
S-Video
Component
Component
DVI or DVI(Digital) (*6)
HDMI
Viewer
LAN
Slot1-1
Slot1-2
Slot2-1
Slot2-2
RGB(Video)
RGB(S-Video)
USB Display
Data 07
1 (01H)
2 (02H)
1 (01H)
1 (01H)
2 (02H)
3 (03H)
1 (01H)
1 (01H)
1 (01H)
2 (02H)
1 (01H)
2 (02H)
1 (01H)
2 (02H)
2 (02H)
2 (02H)
4 (04H)
Data08
RGB
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
COMPONENT
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
VIEWER
VIEWER
SLOT1
SLOT1
SLOT2
SLOT2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIEWER
(01H)
(01H)
(02H)
(03H)
(04H)
(04H)
(06H)
(06H)
(07H)
(07H)
(08H)
(08H)
(09H)
(09H)
(02H)
(03H)
(07H)
Supplement:
(!1) VT700/NP600 series
(!2) only the NP600 series is compatible.
(!!) On the U300 series, this parameter becomes F0H when non signal.
009. ERROR STATUS REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the error information occurring with the projector.
Command:
00H 88H 00H 00H 00H 88H
Response: At the time of a success
20H 88H 01H xxH 0CH DATA01 .. DATA12 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------* The various bits are normal is "0" and error is "1".
* "None" is "0" fixation.
DATA01
bit0
bit1
bit2
bit3
bit4
bit5
bit6
bit7
Error Status (1)
: Lamp cover error
: Temperature error(Bimetal)
: None
: None
: Fan error
: Power error
: Lamp(or Lamp1) error
: Lamp(or Lamp1) has reached its end of life
Error Status (2)
: Lamp(or Lamp1) has been used beyond its limit
: Formatter error
: Lamp2 error
: None
: None
: None
: None
: None
bit0
bit1
bit2
bit3
bit4
bit5
bit6
bit7
Error Status (3)
: None
: FPGA error
: Temperature error(Sensor)
: Lamp(or Lamp1) housing error (!)
: Lamp(or Lamp1) data error (!)
: Mirror cover error
: Lamp2 has reached its end of life
: Lamp2 has been used beyond its limit
bit0
bit1
bit2
bit3
bit4
bit5
bit6
bit7
Error Status (4)
: Lamp2 housing error
: Lamp2 data error
: High temperature due to dust pile-up
: A foreign object sensor error
: Pump error
: None
: None
: None
bit0
bit1
bit2
bit3
bit4
bit5
bit6
bit7
DATA02
DATA03
DATA03
DATA05 .. 12 Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H 88H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
(!) LT/LT80/HT: "None"
015. POWER ON
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command switches on the main power of the projector.
Command:
02H 00H 00H 00H 00H 02H
Response: At the time of a success
22H 00H 01H xxH 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 00H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
The projector does not accept the other command during power on processing.
016. POWER OFF
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command switches off the main power of the projector.
Command:
02H 01H 00H 00H 00H 03H
Response: At the time of a success
22H 01H 01H xxH 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 01H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
The projector doesn't accept the other command during power off processing. (It contains a cooling period.)
018. INPUT SW CHANGE
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command switches the input terminal or the entry list.
Command:
02H 03H 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 Switching object
00H : Entry List
01H : Input terminal
DATA02 Switching number
--------------------------------------------------------When the switching object is the "Signal list", the signal list number is specified. (0…99)
--------------------------------------------------------When the switching object is the "Input connector", the input connector number is specified.
Terminal
Number
Terminal
Name
01H
02H
02H
03H
06H
0BH
10H
11H
12H
1AH
1AH
1AH
1BH
1BH
1CH
1FH
20H
07H
0CH
22H
24H
25H
29H
2AH
RGB1(RGB)
RGB2 (!1)
DVI(ANALOG) (!2)
RGB3 (*5)
Video
S-Video
Component
Component
Component
DVI (*6) (!2)
DVI(DIGITAL)(*6)
HDMI / HDMI1
DisplayPort
HDMI2
SLOT
Viewer
LAN / NETWORK
RGB(Video)
RGB(S-Video)
USB Display
SLOT1-1
SLOT1-2
SLOT2-1
SLOT2-2
Terminal
Number
Terminal
Name
01H
02H
02H
03H
06H
0BH
10H
11H
12H
1AH
1AH
1AH
RGB1(RGB)
RGB2 (!1)
DVI(ANALOG) (!2)
RGB3 (*5)
Video
S-Video
Component
Component
Component
DVI (*6) (!2)
DVI(DIGITAL)(*6)
HDMI
1CH
1FH
20H
07H
0CH
22H
24H
25H
29H
2AH
SLOT
Viewer
LAN / NETWORK
RGB(Video)
RGB(S-Video)
USB Display
SLOT1-1
SLOT1-2
SLOT2-1
SLOT2-2
CURRENT MODELS
M361 P501 PE401 U300 UM330 V311 VE281 PA600 PX750 PH1000 PE401
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
GT HT HT10 LT LT180 LT80 LT30 MT NP40 NP62/64
*
*
-
*
-
*
-
*
*
-
*
-
*
*
-
*
-
*
*
-
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
-
*
*
-
*
-
*
*
-
-
*
*
-
-
* (!3)
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
V300
*
* (!4)
*
*
* (!4)
-
* : Supported
- : Not supported
(!): The MT860/LT280 does not support a DVI connector.
(!!) HT1000
(!!!) HT410/HT510/HT1100
(!!!!) VT770 support Component and Viewer
(!1) VT470/VT470JY/VT570/VT670/VT575/VT676/VT480/VT580
(!2) VT595/VT695/VT700/NP300/NP400/NP500/NP500W/NP600/NP500WS/NP600S
(!3) NP62/NP64 only (not available on NP41/NP43/NP61
(!4) Except V260
(!5) Except VE281/VE281B
Response: At the time of a success
22H 03H 01H xxH 01H DATA01 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
-------------------------------------------------------------------
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
* (!4)
*
*
* (!4)
-
*
*
*
* (!5)
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
M402
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
LEGACY MODELS
NP600 NP610 NP215 M300 NP216 NP905 P420 NP1000/3150 NP2200 NP3250 NP4000/4100 VT WT
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
-
-
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
-
-
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
-
*
*
-
(!!)
(!!!)
(!!!!)
(!)
(!)
(!!!!)
DATA01
Results
00H : Normal
FFH : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 03H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Command example:
* When switch to the Video connector
02H 03H 00H 00H 02H 01H 06H 0EH
020. PICTURE MUTE ON
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command blanks the picture.
Command:
02H 10H 00H 00H 00H 12H
Response: At the time of a success
22H 10H 01H xxH 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 10H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
* Picture mute is cancelled for the following:
Input connector switching
Video signal switching
021. PICTURE MUTE OFF
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command cancels the blank picture condition.
Command:
02H 11H 00H 00H 00H 13H
Response: At the time of a success
22H 11H 01H xxH 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 11H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
022. SOUND MUTE ON
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command mutes the sound.
Command:
02H 12H 00H 00H 00H 14H
Response: At the time of a success
22H 12H 01H xxH 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 12H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
* Sound mute is cancelled for the following:
Input connector switching
Video signal switching
Volume adjustment
023. SOUND MUTE OFF
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command cancels the sound muting.
Command:
02H 13H 00H 00H 00H 15H
Response: At the time of a success
22H 13H 01H xxH 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 13H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
024. ONSCREEN MUTE ON
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command blanks the on-screen display.
Command:
02H 14H 00H 00H 00H 16H
Response: At the time of a success
22H 14H 01H xxH 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 14H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
* Onscreen mute is cancelled for the following:
Input connector switching
Video signal switching
025. ONSCREEN MUTE OFF
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command cancels the blanking of the on-screen display.
Command:
02H 15H 00H 00H 00H 17H
Response: At the time of a success
22H 15H 01H xxH 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 15H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
[030. GAIN ADJUST]
**********************************************************************
*direct setting of volume
*volume increment/decrement
*direct setting of brightness
*brightness increment/decrement
*direct setting of color
*color increment/decrement
*direct setting of contrast
*contrast increment/decrement
*direct setting of sharpness
*sharpness increment/decrement
*direct setting of tint
*tint increment/decrement
brightness
contrast
color
tint<hue>
sharpness
Not supported "LT170","VT60 series","VT70 series","VT80 series”, “VT90 series"
Not supported "HT410/HT510","LT180/LT25/LT30/LT35"
volume
Not supported "LT170","VT60 series","VT70 series" (except "VT80 series, VT90 series")
Not supported "HT410/HT510","LT180/LT25/LT30/LT35"
Command:
03H 10H 00H 00H 05H DATA01 .. DATA05 CKS
DATA01 : 00H (Brightness)
01H (Contrast)
02H (Color)
03H (Tint<Hue>)
04H (Sharpness)
05H (Volume)
DATA02 : FFH (except "Volume")
00H ("Volume" only)
DATA03 : 00H (direct settings)
01H (increment/decrement)
DATA04 : lower data (8bit)
DATA05 : upper data (8bit)
ex.1) volume direct setting (value = 20)
DATA01 : 05H (Volume)
DATA02 : 00H ("Volume" only)
DATA03 : 00H (direct setting)
DATA04 : 14H (lower data : 20 = 0014<Hex>)
DATA05 : 00H (upper data : 20 = 0014<Hex>)
ex.2) brightness increment (value = +1)
DATA01 : 00H (Brightness)
DATA02 : FFH (except "Volume")
DATA03 : 01H (increment/decrement)
DATA04 : 01H (lower data : +1 = 0001<Hex>)
DATA05 : 00H (upper data : +1 = 0001<Hex>)
ex.3) contrast decrement (value = -1)
DATA01 : 01H (Contrast)
DATA02 : FFH (except "Volume")
DATA03 : 01H (increment/decrement)
DATA04 : FFH (lower data : -1 = FFFF<Hex>)
DATA05 : FFH (upper data : -1 = FFFF<Hex>)
030-2. VOLUME ADJUST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command sets the volume.
Command:
03H 10H 00H 00H 05H DATA01 .. DATA05 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
05H fixed
DATA02
Setting items
00H : Volume
01H : Bass
02H : Treble
03H : Balance
DATA03
Setting mode
00H : Absolute value specification
01H : Relative value specification
DATA04
DATA05
Setting Value (Lower ranking 8 bits)
Setting Value (Upper ranking 8 bits)
Response: At the time of a success
23H 10H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 02 Results
0000H : Normal
0000H Other : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 10H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Command example:
* Setting Volume to "10"
03H 10H 00H 00H 05H 05H 00H 00H 0AH 00H 27H
030-12. IMAGE MODE ADJUST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command adjusts the Image Mode.
Command:
03H 10H 00H 00H 05H DATA01 .. DATA05 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 02 Adjustment items
DATA01 DATA02 Adjustment items
18H
DATA03
DATA04
DATA05
00H
Aspect Ratio Input (!)
Adjustment mode
00H : Absolute value specification
01H : Relative value specification
Adjustment value (Lower ranking 8 bits)
Adjustment value (Upper ranking 8 bits)
Response: At the time of a success
23H 10H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 02 Results
0000H : Normal
0000H Other : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 10H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Command example:
* Setting the Aspect Ratio to Letter Box (Wide Zoom)
03H 10H 00H 00H 05H 18H 00H 00H 01H 00H 31H
(!) Method of Specifying the Absolute Value of Special Adjustment Values
DATA04 DATA05
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Ratio 4:3 (Window) (PH1000 Series)
Ratio Normal / Auto (P420, P501, PA600, V311, V281, PE401, M402 Series)
Ratio 1.25:1(5:4)
Ratio Letter Box (PA600, PX750, PH1000 Series)
Ratio 1.33:1(4:3)
Ratio Wide Zoom (P420, P501, V311, VE281, M402 Series)
Ratio Wide Screen (PA600, PX750, PH1000 Series)
Ratio 1.78:1(16:9)
Ratio Cinema / 16:9 (P420, P501, PA600, V311, VE281, PE401, M402 Series)
Ratio Crop
Ratio Wide Zoom (NP4000, NP4100, PA600, PX750, PH1000 Series)
Ratio Native (P420, P501, PA600, V311, VE281, PE401, M402 Series)
Ratio 1.85:1
Ratio Zoom
Ratio 4:3 Fill (PA600, PX750, PH1000 Series)
Ratio 4:3 (P420, P501, PA600, V311, VE281, PE401, M402 Series)
Ratio 2.35:1
Ratio Normal
Ratio Auto (NP4000, NP4100 Series)
Ratio 15:9 (P420, P501, PA600, V311, VE281, PE401, M402 Series)
Ratio Full
Ratio 16:10 (P420, P501, PA600, V311, VE281, PE401, M402 Series)
Ratio Zoom
Ratio Letter Box (P420, P501, PA600, V311, VE281, PE401, M402 Series)
Ratio Cinema
Ratio V-Zoom
Ratio Stadium
Ratio 5:4 (P420, P501, PA600, V311, VE281, M402 Series)
Ratio 16:10 (PA600, PX750, PH1000 Series)
Ratio 15:9 (PA600, PX750, PH1000 Series)
Ratio Native (NP4000, NP4100, PA600 Series)
00H
00H
00H
01H
01H
01H
02H
02H
02H
03H
03H
03H
03H
03H
04H
04H
04H
05H
05H
05H
06H
06H
07H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
0BH
0CH
0DH
0EH
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
Legacy models
DATA04 DATA05
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Aspect
Ratio 4:3 (Window)
Ratio Normal / Auto (NP600, NP610, NP2200, NP62, NP64, NP216, P420, U300, V300 Series)
Ratio 1.25:1(5:4)
Ratio Letter Box
Ratio 1.33:1(4:3)
Ratio Wide Zoom (NP600, NP610, NP2200, NP62, NP64, NP216, V300 Series)
Ratio Wide Screen
Ratio 1.78:1(16:9)
Ratio Cinema / 16:9 (NP600, NP610, NP2200, NP62, NP64, NP215, U300, V300 Series)
Ratio Crop
Ratio Wide Zoom (NP4000, NP4100 Series)
Ratio Native (NP600, NP610, NP2200, NP62, NP64, NP216, U300, V300 Series)
Ratio 1.85:1
Ratio Zoom
Ratio 4:3 Fill
Ratio 4:3 (NP600, P420, U300, V300, VE281 Series)
Ratio 2.35:1
Ratio Normal
Ratio Auto (NP4000, NP4100 Series)
Ratio 15:9 (NP600, NP610, NP2200, NP216, U300, V300 Series)
Ratio Full
Ratio 16:10 (NP600, NP610, NP2200, NP216, U300, V300 Series)
Ratio Zoom
Ratio Letter Box (NP600, NP610, NP2200, NP216 Series)
Ratio Cinema
Ratio V-Zoom
Ratio Stadium
Ratio 5:4 (NP61, NP64, NP216, U300, V300, VE281 Series)
Ratio 16:10
Ratio 15:9
Ratio Native (NP4000, NP4100 Series)
00H
00H
00H
01H
01H
01H
02H
02H
02H
03H
03H
03H
03H
03H
04H
04H
04H
05H
05H
05H
06H
06H
07H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
0BH
0CH
0DH
0EH
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
037. INFORMATION REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the projector information.
Command:
03H 8AH 00H 00H 00H 8DH
Response: At the time of a success
23H 8AH 01H xxH 62H DATA01 .. DATA98 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 49 : Projector name (NULL termination character string)
DATA50 .. 82 : Reserved
DATA83 .. 86 : Lamp Hour Meter (second) (!)
DATA87 .. 90 : Filter Usage (second)
DATA91 .. 94 : Panel Usage (second)
DATA95 .. 98 : Projector Usage (second)
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 8AH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
(!) Lamp Hour Meter
This is the timer for normal lamp mode conversion.
Lamp Timer Acquisition Examples
DATA83 DATA84 DATA85 DATA86 : Lamp Timer
00H 00H 00H 00H : Total 0 seconds
C0H 65H 52H 00H : Total 5400000 seconds/3600 = 1500 hours
00H E4H 57H 00H : Total 5760000 seconds/3600 = 1600 hours
Calculator Procedure
1) Set calculator to HEX
2) Punch in DATA86 DATA85 DATA84 DATA83 (005265C0)
3) Change from HEX to Decimal - value will change to 5400000 seconds
* The projector's hours of use is displayed in terms of Normal mode values.
It is also displayed with truncated a number after decimal point.
037-1. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the lamp information (in terms of Normal mode (values) of projector.
Command:
03H 8CH 00H 00H 00H 8FH
Response: At the time of a success
23H 8CH 01H xxH 10H DATA01 .. DATA16 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 04 : Lamp Hour Meter(Normal mode) (second)
DATA05 .. 08 : Reserved
DATA09 .. 12 : Lamp Use Warning Starting Time(Normal mode) (second)
DATA13 .. 16 : Lamp Use Prohibited Time(Normal mode) (second)
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 8CH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
Example for acquiring remaining lamp time (in terms of Normal mode values)
: Lamp Hour Meter (Normal mode)
DATA01 DATA02 DATA03 DATA04
30H 2AH 00H 00H : 10800 seconds
Calculator Procedure
1) Set calculator to HEX
2) Punch in DATA04 DATA03 DATA02 DATA01 (00002A30)
3) Change from HEX to Decimal - value will change to 10800 seconds
: Starting time for lamp usage warning message (in terms of Normal mode values)
DATA09 DATA10 DATA11 DATA12
00H DDH 6DH 00H : 7200000 second
Calculator Procedure
1) Set calculator to HEX
2) Punch in DATA12 DATA11 DATA10 DATA09 (006DDD00)
3) Change from HEX to Decimal - value will change to 7200000 seconds
Lamp remaining time (in terms of Normal mode values)
= (7200000 - 10800) / 3600 = 1997 hour
037-2. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 2
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires lamp remaining amount.
Command:
03H 94H 00H 00H 00H 97H
Response: At the time of a success
23H 94H 01H xxH 05H DATA01 .. DATA05 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 04 Reserved
DATA05
lamp remaining amount (100% to -10%)
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 94H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
037-4. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 3
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the information on the projector lamp in Eco mode.
Command:
03H 96H 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 Target
00H : Lamp1
01H : Lamp2
DATA02 item
00H : Lamp Hour Meter (second) (!)
01H : Lamp usage time (second) (!!)
04H : lamp remaining amount until lamp warning message
(100% to -10%)
05H : Lamp counter (Normal mode) (second) (!!!)
06H : Lamp counter (Eco mode) (second) (!!!)
08H : Remaining time until lamp warning message starts
to appear (in terms of specified values)
09H : Remaining time until lamp warning message starts
to appear (in terms of Normal mode values)
0AH : Remaining time until lamp warning message starts
to appear (in terms of Eco mode values)
10H : Remaining time until inhibition of lamp usage
(in terms of specified values)
11H : Remaining time until inhibition of lamp usage
(in terms of Normal mode values)
12H : Remaining time until inhibition of lamp usage
(in terms of Eco mode values)
Response: At the time of a success
23H 96H 01H xxH 06H DATA01 .. DATA06 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
same values as DATA01 of the command
DATA02
same values as DATA02 of the command
DATA03 .. 06 Acquired information
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 96H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
* In case of acquiring lamp's use of hours
03H 96H 00H 00H 02H 00H 01H 9CH
Example of acquisition
DATA03 DATA04 DATA05 DATA06: lamp's use of hours
50H 46H 00H 00H: 18000 seconds
Calculator Procedure
1) Set calculator to HEX
2) Punch in DATA06 DATA05 DATA04 DATA03 (00004650)
3) Change from HEX to Decimal - value will change to 18000 seconds
Lamp's use of hours = 18000/3600 = 5 hours
* In case of acquiring the remaining time until lamp warning message starts to appear (in terms of specified
values)
03H 96H 00H 00H 02H 00H 08H A3H
Example of acquisition
DATA03 DATA04 DATA05 DATA06: Remaining time
40H 7EH 05H 00H: 360000 seconds
Calculator Procedure
1) Set calculator to HEX
2) Punch in DATA06 DATA05 DATA04 DATA03 (00057E40)
3) Change from HEX to Decimal - value will change to 360000 seconds
Remaining time until lamp warning message starts to appear
= 360000/ 3600= 100 hours
(!) Lamp Hour Meter
This is the timer for normal lamp mode conversion.
(!!) Lamp usage time
This is the lamp total usage. It is displayed in the projector's menu.
(!!!) NP4000/4001, NP4100/4100W : This function is not supported.
037.6. CARBON SAVINGS INFORMATION REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the Carbon Saving values on the projector.
Command:
03H 9AH 00H 00H 01H DATA01 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 Acquirement items
00H : Total Carbon Savings
01H : Carbon Savings during operation
Response: At the time of a success
23H 9AH 01H xxH 09H DATA01 to DATA09 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Same as DATA01 of the transmit data
DATA02 to 05 Carbon Savings (Kilogram Maximum: 99999[kg])
DATA06 to 09 Carbon Savings (Milligram Maximum:999999[mg])
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 9AH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
Example for Total Carbon Savings
DATA02 DATA03 DATA04 DATA05 : Kilogram
9CH 09H 00H 00H : 2460 [kg]
DATA06 DATA07 DATA08 DATA09 : Milligram
06H F9H 00H 00H : 63750 [mg]
Total Carbon Savings
= (2460 * 1000) + (63750 / 1000) = 2460063.75 [g]
= 2460 + (63750 / 1000 / 1000) = 2460.06375 [kg]
037-7. LAMP INFORMATION REQUEST 4
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the information on the projector lamp.
Command:
03H 9BH 00H 00H 03H DATA01 DATA02 DATA03 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Target
00H : Lamp1
01H : Lamp2
DATA02
Unit(!4)
00H : Second
01H : Reserved
02H : Hour
DATA03
Item
00H : Lamp Hour Meter (second)(!2)
01H : Lamp usage time (second)(!3)
04H : lamp remaining amount until lamp warning message
( 100% to -X%(!1) )
05H : Lamp usage time (Normal mode)(second) (!5)
06H : Lamp usage time (Eco mode)(second) (!5)
08H : Remaining time until lamp warning message starts
to appear (in terms of specified values)
09H : Remaining time until lamp warning message starts
to appear (in terms of Normal mode values)
0AH : Remaining time until lamp warning message starts
to appear (in terms of Eco mode values)
10H : Remaining time until inhibition of lamp usage
(in terms of specified values)
11H : Remaining time until inhibition of lamp usage
(in terms of Normal mode values)
12H : Remaining time until inhibition of lamp usage
(in terms of Eco mode values)
Response: At the time of a success
23H 9BH 01H xxH 07H DATA01 to DATA07 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
same values as DATA01 of the command
DATA02
same values as DATA02 of the command
DATA03
same values as DATA03 of the command
DATA04 to 07 Acquired information
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 9BH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
* In case of acquiring lamp's use of hours
03H 9BH 00H 00H 03H 00H 00H 01H CKS
Example of acquisition
DATA04 DATA05 DATA06 DATA07 : lamp's use of hours
50H 46H 00H 00H : 18000 seconds
Lamp Usage = 18000 / 3600 = 5 hour
(!1) X = 100 - ((Lamp Use Prohibited Time * 100) / Lamp Use Warning Starting Time)
Example) The case of Lamp Use Prohibited Time 2100[H]•A
Lamp Use Warning Starting Time 2000[H] Model.
X = 100 - ((2100 * 100) / 2000) = -5[%]
(!2) Lamp Hour Meter
This is the timer for normal lamp mode conversion.
(!3) Lamp usage time
This is the lamp total usage. It is displayed in the projector's menu.
(!4) This setting is ignored, if the Item's unit is not time.
(!5) NP4000/4001, NP4100/4100W : This function is not supported.
038. LAMP MODE REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the setting of the lamp mode of projector.
Command:
03H B0H 00H 00H 01H 07H BBH
Response: At the time of a success
23H B0H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
07H fixed
DATA02
Setting Value
Setting Value
(1)
(2)
00H
Normal
Off
01H
Eco
Auto
02H
x
Eco1
03H
x
x
(3)
Off
Auto
Eco1
Eco2
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H B0H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
039. LAMP MODE SET
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command sets the lamp mode of projector.
Command:
03H B1H 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(4)
Off
Auto Eco
Normal
Eco
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
07H fixed
DATA02
Setting Value
Setting Value
(1)
(2)
00H
Normal
Off
01H
Eco
Auto
02H
x
Eco1
03H
x
x
(3)
Off
Auto
Eco1
Eco2
(4)
Off
Auto Eco
Normal
Eco
Response: At the time of a success
23H B1H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
07H fixed
DATA02
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H B1H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
046. WXGA MODE SETTING REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the setting of the WXGA Mode of projector.
Command:
03H B0H 00H 00H 01H C3H 77H
Response: At the time of a success
23H B0H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
C3H fixed
DATA02
Setting Value
00H : OFF
01H : ON
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H B0H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
049. WXGA MODE SETTING SET
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command sets the WXGA Mode of projector.
Command:
03H B1H 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
C3H fixed
DATA02
Setting Value
00H : OFF
01H : ON
Response: At the time of a success
23H B1H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
C3H fixed
DATA02
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H B1H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
======================================================================
6. Response
---------------------------------------------------------------------* At the time of a success( ACK )
This returns ACK without adding data portion to the command that does
not request data.
This returns ACK with adding data to the data portion for the command
that requests data.
* At the time of a failure( NAK )
This adds a cause of not accepting the command to data portion to
return it.
(Example) Power On
Command:
02H 00H 00H 00H 00H CKS
Response:
A2H 00H 01H 40H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
======================================================================
7. Table of Response Error Codes
----------------------------------------------------------------------
DATA01
DATA2
Error
Error Types description
00H
00H
00H
01H
01H
00H
01H
01H
02H
03H
02H
0DH
Error contents
Unknown command.
This current model does not support this function.
Invalid values specified.
Specified terminal is unavailable or cannot be selected.
Setting not possible.
Power Off inhibited.
050. REMOTE KEY CODE
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command sends remote control key codes of projector.
Command:
02H 0FH 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 02 : Remote control key code (Word type)
Key number DATA01 DATA02 Key name
-------------------------------------------1
01H 00H POWER
2
02H 00H POWER ON (!!)
3
03H 00H POWER OFF (!!)
4
04H 00H SOURCE (AUTO) (!!)
5
05H 00H AUTO (!) (!!)
6
06H 00H MENU (!!) (!!!)
7
07H 00H UP (!!) (!!!)
8
08H 00H DOWN (!!) (!!!)
9
09H 00H RIGHT (!!) (!!!)
10 0AH 00H LEFT (!!) (!!!)
11 0BH 00H ENTER (!!) (!!!)
12 0CH 00H CANCEL (!!) (!!!)
13 0DH 00H HELP (!!) (!!!)
14 0EH 00H POINTER
15 0FH 00H MAGNIFY UP
16
10H 00H MAGNIFY DOWN
17
11H 00H PICTURE MUTE
18
12H 00H SOUND MUTE
19
13H 00H MUTE (!!)
20
14H 00H FOCUS UP
21
15H 00H FOCUS DOWN
22
16H 00H ZOOM UP
23
17H 00H ZOOM DOWN
30
1EH 00H STORE
31
1FH 00H MUTE ALL OFF
37
25H 00H R
38
26H 00H G
39
27H 00H B
40
28H 00H OSD MUTE
41
29H 00H PICTURE
42
2AH 00H WHITE BAL
43
2BH 00H IMAGE
44
2CH 00H TEST
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
96
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
158
159
163
164
165
166
167
200
201
214
215
216
217
218
221
222
223
225
226
227
228
229
2DH
2EH
2FH
30H
31H
32H
33H
34H
35H
36H
37H
38H
39H
3AH
3BH
3CH
3DH
47H
48H
49H
4AH
4BH
4CH
4DH
4EH
4FH
50H
51H
52H
53H
54H
55H
60H
84H
85H
86H
87H
88H
89H
8AH
9EH
9FH
A3H
A4H
A5H
A6H
A7H
C8H
C9H
D6H
D7H
D8H
D9H
DAH
DDH
DEH
DFH
E1H
E2H
E3H
E4H
E5H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
UNDO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
POSITION
INFO.
PIXEL
KEYSTONE
AMPLITUDE
INPUT LIST
PICMUTE ON (!!)
PICMUTE OFF (!!)
SNDMUTE ON (!!)
SNDMUTE OFF (!!)
RGB1(*5) (!!)
RGB2(*5)
RGB3
YCBCR
VIDEO1 (!!)
VIDEO2
S-VIDEO1 (!!)
S-VIDEO2
DIGITAL1
DIGITAL2
PC CARD
BS
VOLUME UP (!!)
VOLUME DOWN (!!)
KEYSTONE UP (!!)
KEYSTONE DOWN (!!)
SLIDE UP
SLIDE DOWN
FREEZE (!!)
FILE
PAGE
ASPECT (!!)
VIDEO3
VIDEO4
S-VIDEO3
S-VIDEO4
ZOOM
FOCUS
3D REFORM
SOURCE (!!)
RGB(*5) Toggle (!!)
VIDEO Toggle (!!)
3D REFORM RESET
AUTO (SHORT)
AUTO (LONG)
PICTURE MANAGEMENT (!!)
COMPONENT (!!)
ZOOM POS UP (HT)
ZOOM POS DOWN (HT)
DVI/DVI (DIGITAL) (*6) (!!)
LAN
232
233
237
238
E8H
E9H
EDH
EEH
00H
00H
00H
00H
D ZOOM UP (WT)
D ZOOM DOWN (WT)
PSCODE(Passcode screen will be displayed at once)
LAMP MODE (!!!)
Response: At the time of a success
22H 0FH 01H xxH 01H DATA01 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Results
00H : Normal
FFH : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 0FH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
(!) About AUTO key
The MT series model with the built-in image sensor does not support the AUTO key. Use the AUTO (SHORT) key.
(!!) HT10 series, LT180, LT30 series, NP40 series and NP4000 series
(!!!) VT60 series, VT70 series, VT80 series, and VT90 series
Command example:
* Sending the AUTO key code
02H 0FH 00H 00H 02H 05H 00H 18H
* Sending the AUTO (SHORT) key code
02H 0FH 00H 00H 02H DDH 00H F0H
-----------------------------------------* cycle/toggle volume mute
* cycle/toggle picture mute
* cycle/toggle picture freeze
02H 0FH 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
Data Portion Contents
-------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01/DATA02 12H/00H : Volume mute
DATA01/DATA02 11H/00H : Picture mute
DATA01/DATA02 8AH/00H : Picture freeze
-----------------------------------------* cycle aspect ratio
02H 0FH 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
Data Portion Contents
-------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01/DATA02 A3H/00H : Aspect Ratio
-----------------------------------------* all menu functionality (digits 0-9, cursor movement, enter, select, return, back, clear, etc)
02H 0FH 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
053. LENS CONTROL
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command controls the lens. (Time specification)
Command:
02H 18H 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Target
00H : Zoom
01H : Focus
DATA02
Contents
00H : Stops
01H : Drives for 1 second in the direction of plus
02H : Drives for 0.5 second in the direction of plus
03H : Drives for 0.25 second in the direction of plus
7FH : Drives in the direction of plus
81H : Drives in the direction of minus
FDH : Drives for 0.25 second in the direction of minus
FEH : Drives for 0.5 second in the direction of minus
FFH : Drives for 1 second in the direction of minus
Response: At the time of a success
22H 18H 01H xxH 01H DATA01 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 18H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
While the lens is being driven, the same command can be issued for
control purposes without causing a stop.
053-1. LENS CONTROL REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the information on the lens control.
Command:
02H 1CH 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Target
00H : Zoom
01H : Focus
02H : Lens Shift (H)
03H : Lens Shift (V)
DATA02
00H fixed
Response: At the time of a success
22H 1CH 01H xxH 08H DATA01 .. DATA08 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 same values as DATA01 of the command
DATA02 same values as DATA02 of the command
DATA03 Maximum adjustable range (Lower ranking 8 bits)
DATA04 Maximum adjustable range (Upper ranking 8 bits)
DATA05 Minimum adjustable range (Lower ranking 8 bits)
DATA06 Minimum adjustable range (Upper ranking 8 bits)
DATA07 Current values (Lower ranking 8 bits)
DATA08 Current values (Upper ranking 8 bits)
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 1CH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
053-2. LENS CONTROL 2
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command controls the lens.
Command:
02H 1DH 00H 00H 04H DATA01 .. DATA04 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Target
00H : Zoom
01H : Focus
02H : Lens Shift (H)
03H : Lens Shift (V)
FFH : Stop (!)
DATA02
DATA04
DATA05
Setting mode
00H : Absolute value specification
02H : Relative value specification
Adjustment value ( Lower ranking 8 bits )
Adjustment value ( Upper ranking 8 bits )
Response: At the time of a success
22H 1DH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 same values as DATA01 of the command
DATA02 same values as DATA02 of the command
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 1DH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
(!)
If specifying •gStop•h, Setting mode and adjustment values are not
referenced
053-3. LENS MEMORY CUSTOM SET
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command executes the "Use Custom Point" or "Set Custom Point".
Command:
02H 1EH 00H 00H 01H DATA01 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Target
00H : Use Custom Point
01H : Set Custom Point
Response: At the time of a success
22H 1EH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
same values as DATA01 of the command
DATA02
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 1EH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
053-4. LENS MEMORY REFERENCE SET
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command executes the "Use Reference Point" or "Set Reference
Point".
Command:
02H 1FH 00H 00H 01H DATA01 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Target
00H : Use Reference Point
01H : Set Reference Point
02H : Return to Factory Default( Reset )
Response: At the time of a success
22H 1FH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
same values as DATA01 of the command
DATA02
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 1FH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
053-5. LENS MEMORY CONTROL REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the information on the lens memory function.
Command:
02H 20H 00H 00H 01H DATA01 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Target
00H : Use Point on Signal Change
01H : Picture mute during lens shift
Response: At the time of a success
22H 20H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
same values as DATA01 of the command
DATA02
Setting Value
00H : Inactive
01H : Active
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 20H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
053-6. LENS MEMORY CONTROL
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command controls the lens memory function.
Command:
02H 21H 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Target
00H : Use Point on Signal Change
01H : Picture mute during lens shift
DATA02
Setting Value
00H : Inactive
01H : Active
Response: At the time of a success
22H 21H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
same values as DATA01 of the command
DATA02
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 21H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
060. GAIN PARAMETER REQUEST 2
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the adjustment values.
Command:
03H 04H 00H 00H 03H DATA01 .. DATA03 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 02 Acquirement items (!)
DATA03
00H fixed
Response: At the time of a success
23H 04H 01H xxH 0DH DATA01 .. DATA13 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Adjustment status
00H : Displaying impossible
01H : Adjustment impossible
02H : Adjustment possible
FFH : Selected gain is not available.
DATA02
Maximum adjustment value (Lower ranking 8 bits)
DATA03
Maximum adjustment value (Upper ranking 8 bits)
DATA04
Minimum adjustment value (Lower ranking 8 bits)
DATA05
Minimum adjustment value (Upper ranking 8 bits)
DATA06
Default adjustment value (Lower ranking 8 bits)
DATA07
Default adjustment value (Upper ranking 8 bits)
DATA08
Current value (Lower ranking 8 bits)
DATA09
Current value (Upper ranking 8 bits)
DATA10 .. 13 Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H 04H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
(!) Acquirement items
DATA01
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
05H
05H
06H
06H
06H
06H
06H
07H
08H
08H
09H
09H
0AH
0BH
0CH
0CH
0DH
0DH
0EH
0EH
0FH
0FH
10H
10H
13H
14H
14H
14H
14H
14H
14H
15H
15H
16H
18H
18H
19H
1AH
1BH
1CH
1DH
21H
21H
22H
23H
24H
25H
25H
25H
26H
27H
28H
28H
28H
28H
29H
29H
29H
29H
2AH
2BH
2BH
2CH
2CH
DATA02 Acquirement name
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
00H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
00H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
00H
01H
00H
00H
01H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
00H
01H
02H
03H
00H
00H
01H
00H
01H
Picture / Brightness
Picture / Contrast
Picture / Color
Picture / Hue
Picture / Sharpness
Volume
Sound / Bass
Sound / Treble
Blanking / Top
Blanking / Bottom
Blanking / Left
Blanking / Right
Blanking / On/Off
Image / Auto Adjust
Image / Position H
Image / Position V
Image / Pixel Adjust Clock
Image / Pixel Adjust Phase
Image / Video Filter
Image / Resolution
Image / Amplitude H
Image / Amplitude V
Image / Input Signal Size H
Image / Input Signal Size V
Image / Output Signal Size H
Image / Output Signal Size V
Image / Output Position H
Image / Output Position V
Image / Sync Protection Upper
Image / Sync Protection Lower
Color Temperature
White Balance / Brightness R
White Balance / Brightness G
White Balance / Brightness B
White Balance / Contrast R
White Balance / Contrast G
White Balance / Contrast B
Keystone H
Keystone V
Video Mode Gamma
Aspect Ratio / Input Signal
Aspect Ratio / Display Area
Motion Level
Noise Reduction / Luminance
Noise Reduction / Chrominance
Select Color Matrix
V-Aperture / Vertical Detail
W/B Compress White
W/B Compress Black / Black Expansion
Telecine
Y/C Delay
Dithering
VD Delay / Adjustment
VD Delay / Field Invert
VD Delay / Offset
Motion Select
Select Color Matrix Type
YTR Adjustment / Gain
YTR Adjustment / Tap
YTR Adjustment / Gain2
YTR Adjustment / Tap2
CTR Adjustment / Gain
CTR Adjustment / Tap
CTR Adjustment / Gain2
CTR Adjustment / Tap2
Sharpness Tap
White Correct / Position
White Correct / Gain
Black Correct / Position
Black Correct / Gain
2CH
2DH
2EH
2FH
2FH
2FH
30H
30H
30H
31H
31H
31H
33H
33H
34H
34H
34H
34H
34H
34H
35H
35H
35H
36H
37H
37H
38H
38H
39H
3AH
3AH
3AH
3AH
3AH
3AH
3BH
3CH
3DH
3DH
3EH
3EH
3FH
40H
40H
40H
40H
40H
40H
40H
40H
40H
41H
42H
42H
43H
44H
44H
44H
45H
46H
47H
47H
47H
48H
49H
4AH
4BH
4CH
4CH
4CH
4CH
4CH
4CH
4CH
02H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
00H
00H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
07H
08H
00H
00H
01H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
Black Correct / Inv Gain
Lamp Output
Signal Level / Auto Control
Signal Level / R/G/B Gain R
Signal Level / R/G/B Gain G
Signal Level / R/G/B Gain B
Signal Level / Y/Cb/Cr Gain Y
Signal Level / Y/Cb/Cr Gain Cb
Signal Level / Y/Cb/Cr Gain Cr
Signal Level / Y/Pb/Pr Gain Y
Signal Level / Y/Pb/Pr Gain Pb
Signal Level / Y/Pb/Pr Gain Pr
Clamp Timing
Clamp Timing / Adjust
Convergence / Red H
Convergence / Red V
Convergence / Green H
Convergence / Green V
Convergence / Blue H
Convergence / Blue V
Switcher Gain / R
Switcher Gain / G
Switcher Gain / B
Switcher Gain / Volume
Panel Size / H
Panel Size / V
Panel Position / H
Panel Position / V
Signal Level / White Gain
Ref. White Bal. / Brightness R
Ref. White Bal. / Brightness G
Ref. White Bal. / Brightness B
Ref. White Bal. / Contrast R
Ref. White Bal. / Contrast G
Ref. White Bal. / Contrast B
Overscan
Edge
Synchronize / Off/On
Synchronize / Adjust
Input Signal Position / H
Input Signal Position / V
Signal Type
Color Correct / On/Off
Color Correct / G-R Gain
Color Correct / G-B Gain
Color Correct / B-R Gain
Color Correct / B-G Gain
Color Correct / R-G Gain
Color Correct / R-B Gain
Color Correct / U Gain
Color Correct / V Gain
HD Delay
Ref. Pedestal Level / U Level
Ref. Pedestal Level / V Level
Stack Clock
Sub Brightness / R
Sub Brightness / G
Sub Brightness / B
Y Contrast
Y Gamma Correction
Setup Level
Setup Level / Adjust
Setup Level / Correction
DCL
Color Space
RGB Sharpness
F-CLK Phase
Color Correction / Mode
Color Correction / Color Tune
Color Correction / Yellow
Color Correction / Magenta
Color Correction / Cyan
Color Correction / White
Color Correction / Color Tune
4CH
4CH
4CH
4CH
4DH
4EH
4EH
4EH
4FH
50H
51H
51H
52H
52H
52H
53H
54H
54H
54H
54H
54H
54H
54H
55H
56H
57H
58H
59H
5AH
5AH
5AH
5AH
5AH
5AH
5AH
5AH
5AH
5BH
5CH
5DH
5EH
5FH
5FH
5FH
5FH
5FH
5FH
5FH
60H
61H
61H
61H
62H
62H
62H
63H
63H
63H
63H
63H
63H
64H
64H
64H
64H
64H
64H
65H
65H
65H
65H
65H
65H
66H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
00H
01H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
07H
08H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
00H
Color Correction / Yellow
Color Correction / Magenta
Color Correction / Cyan
Color Correction / White
Through
Ref. Auto White / Color Temp R
Ref. Auto White / Color Temp G
Ref. Auto White / Color Temp B
Position
Screen Position
Sweet Vision
Sweet Vision / Split
Sub Color / R
Sub Color / G
Sub Color / B
Picture Management
Color Correction 2 Red
Color Correction 2 Green
Color Correction 2 Blue
Color Correction 2 Yellow
Color Correction 2 Magenta
Color Correction 2 Cyan
Color Correction 2 Color Gain
Color Temperature(Enable)
White Peaking
3D Y/C Separation
Deinterlace
Base Setting
Cornerstone T-Left H
Cornerstone T-Left V
Cornerstone T-Right H
Cornerstone T-Right V
Cornerstone B-Right H
Cornerstone B-Right V
Cornerstone B-Left H
Cornerstone B-Left V
Cornerstone Execute
Contrast Enhancement
Variable Y/C Delay
Tint Correction
Y Gamma
Ref. Color Cor. / Red
Ref. Color Cor. / Green
Ref. Color Cor. / Blue
Ref. Color Cor. / Yellow
Ref. Color Cor. / Magenta
Ref. Color Cor. / Cyan
Ref. Color Cor. / Color Gain
Saturation
Pincushion / Horizontal
Pincushion / Vertical
Pincushion / Balance
Digital Zoom / Zoom
Digital Zoom / Horizontal Position
Digital Zoom / Vertical Position
White Bal. Dual / Brightness R
White Bal. Dual / Brightness G
White Bal. Dual / Brightness B
White Bal. Dual / Contrast R
White Bal. Dual / Contrast G
White Bal. Dual / Contrast B
White Bal. Lamp1 / Brightness R
White Bal. Lamp1 / Brightness G
White Bal. Lamp1 / Brightness B
White Bal. Lamp1 / Contrast R
White Bal. Lamp1 / Contrast G
White Bal. Lamp1 / Contrast B
White Bal. Lamp2 / Brightness R
White Bal. Lamp2 / Brightness G
White Bal. Lamp2 / Brightness B
White Bal. Lamp2 / Contrast R
White Bal. Lamp2 / Contrast G
White Bal. Lamp2 / Contrast B
Color Cor. Dual / Red
66H
66H
66H
66H
66H
66H
67H
67H
67H
67H
67H
67H
67H
68H
68H
68H
68H
68H
68H
68H
90H
91H
92H
94H
95H
96H
97H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
Color Cor. Dual / Green
Color Cor. Dual / Blue
Color Cor. Dual / Yellow
Color Cor. Dual / Magenta
Color Cor. Dual / Cyan
Color Cor. Dual / Color Gain
Color Cor. Lamp1 / Red
Color Cor. Lamp1 / Green
Color Cor. Lamp1 / Blue
Color Cor. Lamp1 / Yellow
Color Cor. Lamp1 / Magenta
Color Cor. Lamp1 / Cyan
Color Cor. Lamp1 / Color Gain
Color Cor. Lamp2 / Red
Color Cor. Lamp2 / Green
Color Cor. Lamp2 / Blue
Color Cor. Lamp2 / Yellow
Color Cor. Lamp2 / Magenta
Color Cor. Lamp2 / Cyan
Color Cor. Lamp2 / Color Gain
Picture Preset
SweetVision Mode
SweetVision Level
Vertical Enhancer
I/P Converter
Lamp Mode Adjust
Wall Color
Command example:
* In case of acquiring Picture Brightness
03H 04H 00H 00H 03H 00H 00H 00H 0AH
077. MUTE CONTROL
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command controls the mute of picture, sound and on-screen.
Command:
02H 1AH 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Setting items
00H : Picture
01H : Sound
02H : On-Screen
DATA02
Setting Value
00H : OFF
01H : ON
Response: At the time of a success
22H 1AH 01H xxH 01H DATA01 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A2H 1AH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
Supplement:
* Sound mute is cancelled in the following cases:
Input connector switching
Video signal switching
Volume adjustment
078-1. SETTING REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the function information of projector.
Command:
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 00H 86H
Response: At the time of a success
20H 85H 01H xxH 20H DATA01 .. DATA32 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 03 Projector type
DATA01 DATA02 DATA03
13H
13H
13H
14H
15H
15H
15H
15H
16H
16H
17H
17H
17H
19H
19H
19H
19H
19H
22H
22H
22H
22H
22H
22H
00H
01H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
01H
04H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
00H
02H
03H
06H
07H
09H
12H
12H
13H
11H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
UM330X
UM330W
M361X
PE401H
PA600X
PA500X
PA550W
PA500U
VE281X/VE281XB
VE281/VE281B
PX750U
PX700W
PX800X
PH1000U
P501X
P451X
P451W
P401W
M402X
M322X
M282X
M332W
M332XS
M352WS
Current Models
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01H
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02H
02H
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00H
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00H
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03H
04H
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02H
03H
05H
07H
08H
09H
01H
02H
00H
01H
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00H
03H
04H
00H
01H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
02H
05H
06H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
02H
03H
02H
04H
00H
01H
03H
03H
03H
03H
06H
03H
03H
03H
05H
06H
06H
06H
07H
01H
01H
03H
03H
03H
03H
05H
07H
10H
10H
08H
09H
09H
09H
09H
09H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
00H
00H
11H
11H
11H
11H
12H
12H
11H
08H
08H
09H
09H
09H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
11H
13H
13H
13H
13H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
Legacy Models
MT1060/MT1065
MT860
MT1075
NP1000/NP2000
LT240/LT260
LT220
LT240K/LT260K
LT245/LT265
LT380
LT280
VT80 Series
VT90 Series
GT1150
GT2150
GT5000
GT6000
HT1000
WT600
WT610/WT615
NP4000/NP4001
NP4100
NP4100W
VT700
NP600
NP500
NP500 W
NP400
NP300
NP610
NP510
NP510W
NP410
NP310
NP610S
NP510WS
NP410
NP2200
NP1200
NP41/61
NP62
NP215
NP1150/NP2150/NP3150
NP115
NP110
NP64
NP43
NP216
NP1150/NP2150/NP3150
NP3151W
NP905
NP901W
VT800
NP1250/NP2250/NP3250
M300X
M300W
M260X
M260W
P420X
P350X
P350W
M361X
M311W
M271X
M311W
U300X
U310W
V300X
V260X
V260
DATA04
Sound function
00H : Not available
01H : Available
DATA05
Calendar function
00H : No function
01H or 03H : Timer function, sleep timer function
02H : Sleep timer function
DATA06 .. 32
Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H 85H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
078-2. RUNNING STATUS REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the status of the projector operation.
Command:
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 01H 87H
Response: At the time of a success
20H 85H 01H xxH 10H DATA01 .. DATA16 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 02 Reserved
DATA03
Projector status
00H : Idling
01H : Power On
DATA04
Cooling processing
00H : No execution(Normal condition)
01H : During execution
DATA05
Power On/Off processing
00H : No execution(Normal condition)
01H : During execution
DATA06
Status of operation
00H : Idling
04H : Power On
05H : Cooling
06H : Idling(Error occurrence)
Other than above : (nondisclosure)
Internal use of code during a state transition period
DATA07
PC Card insertion
00H : Not inserted
01H : Inserted
DATA08
USB Mouse connection
00H : Not connected
01H : Connected
DATA09 .. 16 Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H 85H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
078-3. INPUT STATUS REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the status of input signal of the projector.
Command:
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 02H 88H
Response: At the time of a success
20H 85H 01H xxH 10H DATA01 .. DATA16 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Selecting signal processing
00H : No execution(Normal condition)
01H : During execution
DATA02
Signal number( Entry list number - 1 )
0 .. 199
DATA03 .. 04 Selected input terminal
Terminal name
RGB1(RGB)(*5)
RGB2(*5)
DVI(Analog)
Video
S-Video
Component
Component
Component
DVI(*6)
DVI(DIGITAL)(*6)
HDMI
DisplayPort
Slot
Viewer
LAN
USB Display
Slot1-1
Slot1-2
Slot2-1
Slot2-2
RGB(Video)
RGB(S-Video)
DATA05
Entry list type
01H : Default
02H : User
DATA03 DATA04
01H
02H
02H
01H
01H
01H
02H
03H
01H
01H
01H
02H
03H
01H
02H
04H
01H
02H
01H
02H
02H
02H
01H
01H
01H
02H
03H
04H
04H
04H
06H
06H
06H
06H
06H
07H
07H
07H
08H
08H
09H
09H
02H
03H
DATA06
Test pattern display
00H : No display(Normal condition)
01H : Displaying
DATA07 ..08 Reserved
DATA09
Indicate Contents
00H = Picture signal displaying
01H = No signal
02H = Viewer displaying
03H = Test pattern displaying
04H = LAN displaying
DATA10 .. 16 Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H 85H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
078-4. MUTE STATUS REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the status of the mute of projector.
Command:
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 03H 89H
Response: At the time of a success
20H 85H 01H xxH 10H DATA01 .. DATA16 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Picture mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA02
Sound mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA03
On-screen mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA04
Forced on-screen mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA05
On-screen display
00H : No display
01H : Displaying
DATA06 .. 16 Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H 85H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
078-5. MODEL NAME REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the model name of the projector.
Command:
00H 85H 00H 00H 01H 04H 8AH
Response: At the time of a success
20H 85H 01H xxH 20H DATA01 .. DATA32 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01 .. 32 Model name (NULL termination character string)
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H 85H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
======================================================================
6. Table of Response Error Codes
DATA01 DATA02
Error
Error types
Error contents
descriptio
00H
00H
00H
01H
01H
01H
00H
01H
01H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
00H
02H
03H
04H
06H
02H
02H
07H
08H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
03H
03H
03H
09H
0AH
0CH
0DH
0EH
0FH
00H
01H
02H
Unknown command
The current model does not support
this function.
Unvalid values specified.
Specified terminal is unavailable or
cannot be selected.
Selected language is not available.
Available memory reservation error
Operating memory
Setting not possible
On Forced on-screen mute mode
Displaying a signal other than PC
Viewer
-No signalDisplaying a test pattern or PC Card
files screen.
No PC card is inserted
Memory operation failed
Displaying the Entry List
Power Off inhibited
Execution error
No operation authority
Specified gain number is wrong
Selected gain is not available.
Adjustment failed
[079. FREEZE CONTROL]
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command controls the freeze.
Command:
01H 98H 00H 00H 01H DATA01 CKS
Operation types
DATA01: 00H : Reserved
01H : Freeze start
02H : Freeze cancel
Response: At the time of a success
21H 98H ID *0H 01H DATA01 CKS
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A1H 98H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
097-196.WXGA MODE SETTING REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the setting of the WXGA Mode of projector.
Command:
03H B0H 00H 00H 01H C3H 77H
Response: At the time of a success
23H B0H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
C3H fixed
DATA02
Setting Value
00H : OFF
01H : ON
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H B0H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
097-198. PIP/SIDE BY SIDE REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the setting of the PIP/SIDE BY SIDE of projector.
Command:
03H B0H 00H 00H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
C5H fixed
DATA02 Acquisition Object
00H : MODE
01H : POSITION
02H : SOURCE
Response: At the time of a success
23H B0H 01H xxH 03H DATA01 DATA02 DATA03 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
C5H fixed
DATA02
Acquisition item(Same as DATA02 of the transmit data)
DATA03
Setting Value
if DATA02 is MODE(00H)
00H : PIP
01H : SIDE BY SIDE
if DATA02 is POSITION(01H)
00H : TOP-LEFT
01H : TOP-RIGHT
02H : BOTTOM-LEFT
03H : BOTTOM-RIGHT
if DATA02 is SOURCE(02H)
00H : OFF
01H : VIDEO
02H : S-VIDEO
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H B0H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
098-193. HDMI AUDIO SELECT SET
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command sets the HDMI Audio Select of the projector.
Command:
03H B1H ID *0H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Setting Items
C0H : HDMI Audio Select
DATA02
Setting Value
00H : HDMI
01H : COMPUTER
Response (ACK):
23H B1H ID *0H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
Data Portion Contents
----------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Setting Items
( Same as DATA01 of the transmit data )
DATA02
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response (NAK):
A3H B1H ID *0H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
Data Portion Contents
--------------------------------------------DATA01:
Error types
DATA02:
Error description
See "NAK" of "6-2. Data portion of response".
098-198. PIP/SIDE BY SIDE SET
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command sets the PIP/SIDE BY SIDE of projector.
Command:
03H B1H 00H 00H 03H DATA01 DATA02 DATA03 CKS
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
C5H fixed
DATA02
Update target
00H : MODE
01H : POSITION
02H : SOURCE
DATA03
Setting Value
if DATA02 is MODE(00H)
00H : PIP
01H : SIDE BY SIDE
if DATA02 is POSITION(01H)
00H : TOP-LEFT
01H : TOP-RIGHT
02H : BOTTOM-LEFT
03H : BOTTOM-RIGHT
if DATA02 is SOURCE(02H)
00H : OFF
01H : VIDEO
02H : S-VIDEO
Response: At the time of a success
23H B1H 01H xxH 03H DATA01 DATA02 DATA03 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
00H fixed
DATA02
Update target
( Same as DATA02 of the transmit data )
DATA03
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H B1H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
110. AUTO FUNCTIONS EXECUTE
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command executes the auto functions.
Command:
03H B6H 00H 00H 01H DATA01 CKS
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Execution items
Focus
00H
01H
!
*
!: According to projector setting
*: Executing
Response: At the time of a success
23H B6H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Execution items (Same as DATA01 of the transmit data)
DATA02
Results
00H : Normal
01H : Error
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H B6H 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
111. AUTO ADJUST EXECUTE2
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command executes the Auto Adjust.
Command:
03H BAH 00H 00H 01H 00H BEH
Response: At the time of a success
23H BAH 01H xxH 01H 00H CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Response: At the time of a failure
A3H BAH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
305-1. BASE MODEL TYPE REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires the projector type.
Command:
00H BFH 00H 00H 01H 00H C0H
Response: At the time of a success
20H BFH 01H xxH 10H DATA01 ... DATA16 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
00H fixed
DATA02 ... 03 Projector type
See DATA13...14
DATA04 ... 12 Model name (NULL termination character string)
DATA13 ... 14 Projector type
DATA02 DATA03 DATA13 DATA14
Current Models
FFH
13H
00H
13H M361X
FFH
13H
00H
12H UM330X
FFH
13H
03H
12H UM330W
FFH
14H
00H
11H PE401H
FFH
15H
00H
10H PA600X
FFH
15H
01H
10H PA500X
FFH
15H
02H
10H PA550W
FFH
15H
03H
10H PA500U
FFH
16H
01H
11H VE281X/VE281XB
FFH
16H
04H
11H VE281/VE281B
FFH
17H
00H
10H PX750U
FFH
17H
01H
10H PX700W
FFH
17H
02H
10H PX800X
FFH
19H
00H
10H PH1000
FFH
20H
00H
10H P501X
FFH
20H
01H
10H P451X
FFH
20H
02H
10H P451W
FFH
20H
03H
10H P401W
FFH
22H
00H
10H M402X
FFH
22H
02H
10H M322X
FFH
22H
03H
10H M282X
FFH
22H
06H
10H M322W
FFH
22H
07H
10H M332XS
FFH
22H
09H
10H M352WS
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
02H
02H
02H
00H
01H
01H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
02H
02H
00H
00H
03H
03H
03H
01H
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
DATA15 ... 16
01H
01H
01H
01H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
03H
03H
03H
04H
04H
04H
05H
05H
05H
05H
06H
06H
08H
08H
08H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
11H
11H
11H
11H
11H
11H
12H
12H
12H
12H
12H
12H
12H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
13H
14H
14H
16H
16H
16H
00H
02H
02H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
01H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
02H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
01H
00H
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
00H
01H
02H
03H
05H
07H
08H
09H
01H
02H
00H
00H
01H
00H
02H
03H
03H
04H
00H
01H
00H
01H
02H
00H
01H
01H
02H
05H
06H
00H
01H
02H
01H
02H
03H
02H
04H
00H
01H
03H
Reserved
03H
03H
03H
06H
03H
03H
03H
05H
06H
06H
05H
06H
07H
04H
06H
07H
03H
03H
03H
03H
04H
05H
05H
03H
05H
07H
10H
10H
08H
09H
09H
09H
09H
09H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
00H
12H
00H
11H
11H
11H
12H
11H
08H
08H
09H
09H
09H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
11H
11H
11H
13H
13H
13H
10H
10H
10H
10H
10H
Legacy Models
MT1060/1065
MT860
MT1075
NP1000/NP2000
LT240/LT260
LT220
LT260K
LT245/LT265
LT380
LT280
LT180
LT25/LT30/LT35
NP40/NP50/NP60
VT770
VT80 Series
VT90 Series
GT5000
GT6000
GT6000R
HT1000
HT1100
HT410
HT510
WT600
WT610/WT615
NP4000/NP4001
NP4100
NP4100W
VT700
NP600
NP500
NP500W
NP400
NP300
NP610
NP510
NP510W
NP410
NP310
NP610S
NP510WS
NP410
NP2200
NP1200
NP41/61
NP64
NP62
NP215
NP115
NP110
NP43
NP216
NP1150/NP2150/NP3150
NP3151W
NP905
NP901W
VT800
NP1250/NP2250/NP3250
NP3250W
M300X
M300W
M260X
M260W
P420X
P350X
P350W
M311W
M271X
M311X
U300X
U310W
V300X
V260X
V260
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H BFH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
305-3. PROJECTOR INFORMATION REQUEST
**********************************************************************
Function:
This command acquires basic operation states of projector.
Command:
00H BFH 00H 00H 01H 02H C2H
Response: At the time of a success
20H BFH 01H xxH 10H DATA01 ... DATA16 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*3)
Data Portion Contents
------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
02H fixed
DATA02
Projector Processing Status
00H : Idle
04H : Power On
05H : Cooling
06H : Idle(Error Standby)
Other : Not Support
Other than above : (nondisclosure)
Internal use of code during a state transition period
DATA03
Indicate Contents
00H : Picture signal displaying
01H : No Signal
02H : Viewer displaying
03H : Test Pattern displaying
04H : LAN displaying
05H : Test Pattern (User) displaying
10H : Signal selection in progress
Other : Not Support
DATA04
Select source input type 1
01H : 1
02H : 2
03H : 3
04H : 4
05H : 5
Other : Not Support
DATA05
Select source input type 2
01H : COMPUTER (RGB)
02H : VIDEO
03H : S-VIDEO
04H : COMPONENT
05H : Reserved
06H : DIGITAL
07H : VIEWER
08H : SLOT1
09H : SLOT2
0AH : SLOT3
0BH : SLOT4
0CH : DIGITAL2
0DH : SCART
10H : AUTO
FFH : Not Source Input
Other : Not Support
DATA06
Indication signal type
(Effective only when Select source input type 2 is 02H or 03H)
x0H : NTSC3.58
x1H : NTSC4.43
x2H : PAL
x3H : PAL60
x4H : SECAM
x5H : B/W60
x6H : B/W50
x7H : PALNM
x8H : NTSC3.58 LBX
x9H : NTSC3.58 SQZ
xAH : COMPONENT(60Hz)
xBH : COMPONENT(50Hz)
xCH : Un known
xDH : NTSC
xEH : PAL-M
xFH : PAL-N
FFH : Not Video Input
Other : Not Support
DATA07
Picture Mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA08
Sound Mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA09
On-screen mute
00H : OFF
01H : ON
DATA10...DATA16 Reserved
Response: At the time of a failure
A0H BFH 01H xxH 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
(*1) (*2)
(*4)
(*3)
======================================================================
6.1. Response
---------------------------------------------------------------------* At the time of a success (ACK)
This returns ACK without adding data portion to the command that does not request data.
This returns ACK with adding data to the data portion for the command that requests data.
* At the time of a failure (NAK)
This adds a cause of not accepting the command to data portion to return it.
(Example) Power On
Command:
02H 00H FFH F0H 00H CKS
NAK:
A2H 00H 01H 20H 02H DATA01 DATA02 CKS
======================================================================
6. Data Portion of Response
---------------------------------------------------------------------DATA01
Error
types
DATA02
Error
Error contents
description
00H
00H
00H
01H
01H
01H
00H
01H
01H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
00H
02H
03H
04H
07H
08H
02H
02H
02H
02H
03H
03H
03H
0AH
0DH
0EH
0FH
00H
01H
02H
Unknown command
The current model does not support
this function.
Unvalid values specified.
Specified terminal is unavailable or
cannot be selected.
Selected language is not available.
Available memory reservation error
Operating memory
Setting not possible
On Forced on-screen mute mode
-No signalDisplaying a test pattern or PC Card
Fills screen.
Memory operation failed
Power Off inhibited
Execution error
No operation authority
Specified gain number is wrong
Selected gain is not available.
Adjustment failed
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