IP Link® Device Interface
Communication Sheet
mits_10_5998_1.pke
Revision: 8/30/2012
This document provides additional assistance with wiring your Extron IP Link enabled product to your device.
Different components may require a different wiring scheme than those listed below.
For complete operating instructions, refer to the user’s manual for the specific Extron IP Link enabled product or
the controlled device manufacturer supplied documentation.
Device Specifications:
Device Type:
Manufacturer:
Firmware Version:
Model(s):
Display
Mitsubishi
N/A
LDT462V
Driver
Version
Date
IP Link
Compiler
1
8/1/2012
1.5.1
GC
Version
3.3.2
Notes
Initial version.
Driver Notes:
The status of this driver will not work properly if it is in Power Save Mode. Please turn Off the Power Save mode for
Video and RGB signal.
The driver is optimized for Volume.
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IP Link® Device Interface
Communication Sheet
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Revision: 8/30/2012
Control Commands & States:
Auto Image
Execute
Device ID
1 to 26
All
Executive Mode
Lock
Unlock
Input
RGB 1
RGB 2
RGB 3
S-Video
Video
DVD / HD
Optional
Mute
On
Off
Picture In Picture
On
Still
Off
PIP Input
RGB 1
RGB 2
RGB 3
S-Video
Video
DVD / HD
Large
Optional
PIP Size
Small
Medium
Power
On
Off
Volume
0 - 100
Status Available:
Connection Status
Connected
Disconnected
Status Unavailable
Input
RGB 1
RGB 2
RGB 3
S-Video
Video
DVD / HD
Optional
Mute
On
Off
Power
On
Off
Volume
0 - 100
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IP Link® Device Interface
Communication Sheet
mits_10_5998_1.pke
Revision: 8/30/2012
MLC62 Supported Commands:*
Auto Image
Execute
Input
RGB 1
RGB 2
RGB 3
S-Video
Video
DVD / HD
Optional
Mute
On
Off
Power
On
Off
Picture In Picture
On
Still
Off
PIP Input
RGB 1
RGB 2
RGB 3
S-Video
Video
DVD / HD
Medium
Large
Optional
PIP Size
Small
Volume
0 - 100
*Default Device ID: 1
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mits_10_5998_1.pke
IP Link® Device Interface
Communication Sheet
Revision: 8/30/2012
Cable and Adapter Requirements:
F/F DB9 RS-232 Null Modem Serial Cable
Notes for the Device:
Please make sure the display Power Management is not set to Power Save. This will prevent the display to be
controlled serially and driver status to be wrong. Consult the owner’s manual to change the Power Management
settings.
Serial communication:
Port Type: RS-232
Baud Rate: 9600
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Flow Control: None
Pin Assignments Diagram:
Note: Captive screw connector may also be used as a serial connection.
General Notes:
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