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Table of Contents
Table of Contents.................................................................................................................................................2
Setting up LAN communication.............................................................................................................................4
Connecting to the projector...................................................................................................................................4
Setting up RS232 communication.........................................................................................................................4
Connect to the projector.................................................................................................................................................... 4
RS232 Communication parameters................................................................................................................................... 4
Communication Protocol.......................................................................................................................................5
Timing..................................................................................................................................................................5
Overview............................................................................................................................................................................ 5
Message body.....................................................................................................................................................5
Mnemonic............................................................................................................................................................5
Modifiers..............................................................................................................................................................5
Acknowledge/Response.......................................................................................................................................6
Examples........................................................................................................................................................................... 6
ASCII protocol......................................................................................................................................................9
Value tables........................................................................................................................................................13
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Setting up LAN communication
The projector is shipped with a set of default settings, these are as follows:
Description
Value
DHCP
On
IP address
0.0.0.0
Subnet mask
0.0.0.0
Default gateway
0.0.0.0
TCP/UDP port
1025
Before you connect the projector to your LAN make sure that the IP settings are set correct according to your LAN configuration.
IP settings can be changed from OSD. It can be set automatically by using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) or manually
by disabling DHCP and set IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway.
When enabling DHCP please allow up to a minute for the projector to receive IP settings from the DHCP server. The IP address will be
updated and shown in the OSD.
If there is no DHCP server in the network the projector will be assigned a “zero configuration” address, 169.254.0.0/16.
To renew an IP address, select “renew” in the OSD (setup->network).
Connecting to the projector
You have two options regarding how to make the physical connection to the projector. You can either use a crossover twisted pair (TP)
cable directly from the computer to the projector, or two straight-through TP cables with a HUB or a switch between them.
When the projector is set up with proper IP settings, you should be able to control it.
Setting up RS232 communication
Connect to the projector
Connect the projector and host using a standard serial cable with 9-pin female to the host, and 9-pin male to the projector. Pin 2
connects to pin 2, pin 3 connects to pin 3 and pin 5 connects to pin 5.
RS232 Communication parameters
Table 1 shows supported rs232 settings:
Parameter
Data
Baud rate
19200
Parity
N
Databits
8
Stopbits
1
Flowcontrol
None
Table 1: RS232 parameters
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Communication Protocol
This section describes how to use the communication protocol to control projectors remotely.
When the projects are connected to either RS232 or LAN you can control the projectors through this ASCII based protocol.
Note: Some commands will generate OSD feedback. This can be turned off from the projector’s menu system or by setting
“OSDC” to value 0 (OSD off) or value 1 (OSD show only warnings).
Timing
General timing constraints:
• Wait 30 seconds after power on before sending next command.
• Wait for response before sending next command.
• Minimum 2 seconds delay before resending if no response received.
• Minimum 500ms delay between commands.
• Minimum 5 seconds delay after sending 20 commands
Overview
The protocol has the following definition:
HEADER
SEPARATOR
ADDRESS
SEPARATOR
MESSAGE BODY
TERMINATOR
1 byte
1 byte
1 -3 bytes
1 byte
N bytes
1 byte
Field
Description
Comment
Header
ASCII character ‘:’
Required
Separator
ASCII character ‘space’
Optional
Address
1 – 3 bytes address
Optional
Terminator
CR carriage return (0x0D)
Required
Message body
The message body structure is as follows:
MNEMONIC
SEPARATOR]
MODIFIER
SEPARATOR
VALUES
1 byte
1 byte
1 -3 bytes
1 byte
N bytes
Field
Description
Comment
Mnemonic
4 bytes key identifier, not case sensitive
Required
Modifer
Single char symbol
Optional
Values
N bytes value (max 6 bytes)
Optional
Target
N bytes value (max 4 bytes)
Optional
Separator
ASCII character ‘space’
Optional
Mnemonic
The Mnemonic is 4 bytes key identifier, know as the ASCII command.
Example: POWR, SABS, IDVI
Modifiers
R
Relative change. Value given will be relative to the existing value.
Example: :BRIG R10 will increase brightness with 10 steps
A
Request acknowledges. This modifier is only used to read back
the result of the command.
Default all commands send acknowledges so this will not be
necessary.
Default all commands send acknowledges so this will not be
necessary.
?
Get current value
?M
Get maximum value
?N
Get minimum value
?D
Get default value
?S
Get default step value
5
Acknowledge/Response
Acknowledge is optional and ON by default. Auto acknowledge can be turned on and off with ECHO commad. It can also be activated
on a per command basis using modifier A.
ACK
ADDRESS
SEP
COMMAND
SEP
VALUE
TERM
1 byte
3 bytes
1 byte
4 bytes
1 byte
6 bytes
1 byte
Field
Description
Comment
ACK
ASCII character ‘%’
Always
SEP
ASCII space
Always
VALUE
6 bytes return value
Always
TERM
Termination char 0x0D (CR)
Always
Most commands value returns the actual value of the requested command. If the requested command is not valid the response may
include an error message.
Code
Error message
Description
!00001
Access denied
Current access level is too low
!00002
Not available
Command currently not available
Example:
Contrast is not available when the
projector is searching for sources
!00003
Not implemented
Command to implemented
!00004
Value out of range
Value out of range
Some commands could return a value that is more than 6 characters, for instance strings.
Code
Extended info
Description
e00001
Extended info, string
A description string follows
Example:
> :seri ?
> %001 SERI e00001 07010001
Examples
The protocol accepts one single SPACE between fields, or no SPACE between fields.
‘CR’ ASCII value carriage return, hex value 0x0D.
SET-commands
SET POWER ON
:
P
O
W
R
1
‘CR’
:POWR1’CR’
ACKNOWLEDGE POWER ON
%
0
0
1
P
O
W
R
0
0
0
0
0
1
‘CR’
%001 POWR 000001’CR’
SET BRIGHTNESS TO 60
:
B
R
I
G
6
0
‘CR’
:BRIG 60’CR’
ACKNOWLEDGE BRIGHTNESS
%
0
0
1
B
R
I
G
%001 BRIG 000060’CR’
6
0
0
0
0
6
0
‘CR’
INCREMENT CONTRAST
:
C
N
T
R
R
1
‘CR’
:CNTR R1’CR’
ACKNOWLEDGE INCREMENT CONTRAST
%
0
0
1
C
N
T
R
0
0
0
0
6
1
‘CR’
%001 CNTR 000061’CR’
DECREMENT CONTRAST with 2 steps
:
C
N
T
R
R
-
2
‘CR’
:CNTR R-2’CR’
ACKNOWLEDGE INCREMENT CONTRAST
%
0
0
1
C
N
T
R
0
0
0
0
5
9
‘CR’
%001 CNTR 000059’CR’
SET-commands with target
SET ASPECT TRIGGER BEHAVIOR 16:10 to off
:
T
A
T
B
1
3
‘CR’
:TATB 1 3’CR’
ACKNOWLEDGE SET ASPECT TRIGGER BEHAVIOR 16:10
%
0
0
1
T
A
T
B
0
0
0
0
0
1
‘CR’
%001 TATB 000001’CR’
GET-commands
GET current value CONTRAST
:
C
N
T
R
?
‘CR’
CNTR?’CR’
ACKNOWLEDGE CONTRAST GET
%
0
0
1
C
N
T
R
0
0
0
0
5
9
‘CR’
%001 CNTR 000059’CR’
GET minimun value BRIGHTNESS
:
B
R
I
G
?
N
‘CR’
:BRIG ?N’CR’
ACKNOWLEDGE BRIGHTNESS GET MIN
%
0
0
1
B
R
I
G
0
0
0
0
0
0
‘CR’
%001 CNTR 000000’CR’
GET-commands with target
GGET ASPECT TRIGGER BEHAVIOR 16:10
:
T
A
T
B
?
3
‘CR’
: TATB ? 3
ACKNOWLEDGE GET ASPECT TRIGGER BEHAVIOR 16:10 off
%
0
0
1
T
A
T
B
%001 TATB 000001 ’CR’
7
0
0
0
0
0
1
‘CR’
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ASCII protocol
Showing all properties for available commands.
Command
Description
Platforms*
Operations
supported
Comments
POWR
Power
GP3
Get, Set
0 - power off, 1 - power on
POST
Power state
GP3
Get
See value table POST
IABS
Set source abs values
GP3
Get, Set
See value table IABS
IDVI
Select DVI
GP3
Get, Set
1 - DVI 1, 2 - DVI 2
IHDM
Select HDMI
GP3
Get, Set
1 - HDMI 1, 2 - HDMI 2
ISTS
Signal Status
GP3
Get
0 - searching 1 - locked to source
BRIG
Brightness
GP3
Get, Set
CNTR
Contrast
GP3
Get, Set
PRST
Picture Reset
GP3
Get, Set
PMUT
Picture Mute
GP3
Get, Set
0 - disable, 1 - enable
SABS
Set Scaling abs value
GP3
Get, Set
See value table SABS
S1T1
Select Scaling 1:1
GP3
Get, Set
S169
Select Scaling 16:9
GP3
Get, Set
SS43
Select Scaling 4:3
GP3
Get, Set
SFLA
Select Scaling FillAll
GP3
Get, Set
SFAR
Select Scaling FillAspectRatio
GP3
Get, Set
GAFI
Select Gamma Film
GP3
Get, Set
1 - Film 1, 2 - Film 2
GAVI
Select Gamma Video
GP3
Get, Set
1 - Video 1, 2 - Video2
GACO
Select Gamma Computer
GP3
Get, Set
1 - Computer 1, 2 - Computer 2
GABS
Set Gamma abs value
GP3
Get, Set
See value table GABS
BCCR
BrilliantColor Control
GP3
Get, Set
See value table BCCR
CMOD
Color Management Enable
GP3
Get, Set
0 - disable, 1- enable
CMXV
Color Management X-Coordinate
GP3
Get, Set
CMYV
Color Management Y-Coordinate
GP3
Get, Set
CMTV
Color Management Temperature
GP3
Get, Set
RD65
Reset to D65
GP3
Set
DSCR
Desired Coords Mode
GP3
Get, Set
DSRX
Desired Red X
GP3
Get, Set
DSRY
Desired Red Y
GP3
Get, Set
DSRG
Desired Red Gain
GP3
Get, Set
DSGX
Desired Green X
GP3
Get, Set
DSGY
Desired Green Y
GP3
Get, Set
DSGG
Desired Green Gain
GP3
Get, Set
DSBX
Desired Blue X
GP3
Get, Set
DSBY
Desired Blue Y
GP3
Get, Set
DSBG
Desired Blue Gain
GP3
Get, Set
DSCX
Desired Cyan X
GP3
Get, Set
DSCY
Desired Cyan Y
GP3
Get, Set
DSCG
Desired Cyan Gain
GP3
Get, Set
DSMX
Desired Magenta X
GP3
Get, Set
DSMY
Desired Magenta Y
GP3
Get, Set
Soure selection
Picture
Picture->RealColor
3200 - 9300
See value table DSCR
*Supported commands for the various product platforms are marked GP1, GP2, and GP3. Typical Products are GP3: F35
9
Command
Description
Platforms*
Operations
supported
DSMG
Desired Magenta Gain
GP3
Get, Set
DSYX
Desired Yellow X
GP3
Get, Set
DSYY
Desired Yellow Y
GP3
Get, Set
DSYG
Desired Yellow Gain
GP3
Get, Set
DSWG
Desired White Gain
GP3
Get, Set
MSRX
Measured Red X
GP3
Get, Set
MSRY
Measured Red Y
GP3
Get, Set
MSRL
Measured Red Luminance
GP3
Get, Set
MSGX
Measured Green X
GP3
Get, Set
MSGY
Measured Green Y
GP3
Get, Set
MSGL
Measured Green Luminance
GP3
Get, Set
MSBX
Measured Blue X
GP3
Get, Set
MSBY
Measured Blue Y
GP3
Get, Set
See value table DSCR
MSBL
Measured Blue Luminance
GP3
Get, Set
0 - disable, 1 - enable
MSWX
Measured White X
GP3
Get, Set
MSWY
Measured White Y
GP3
Get, Set
MSWL
Measured White Luminance
GP3
Get, Set
MSDX
Measured BC1 X
GP3
Get, Set
MSDY
Measured BC1 Y
GP3
Get, Set
MSDL
Measured BC1 Luminance
GP3
Get, Set
MSEX
Measured BC2 X
GP3
Get, Set
MSEY
Measured BC2 Y
GP3
Get, Set
MSEL
Measured BC2 Luminance
GP3
Get, Set
CMTP
Color Management Test Patterns
GP3
Get, Set
DLSP
Digital Level and Colorspace
GP3
Get, Set
0 - manual, 1 - auto
DVST
Digital Level
GP3
Get, Set
0 - computer, 1 - video
DCSP
Digital Color Space
GP3
Get, Set
See value table DCSP
DESK
Select Orientation Desktop Front
GP3
Get, Set
CEIL
Select Orientation Ceiling Front
GP3
Get, Set
RDES
Select Orientation Desktop Rear
GP3
Get, Set
RCEI
Select Orientation Ceiling Rear
GP3
Get, Set
ORIE
Select Orientation abs value
GP3
Get, Set
See value table ORIE
SCAN
Source Scan
GP3
Get, Set
0 - disable, 1 - enable
IR01
IR Enable 1
GP3
Get, Set
0 - disable, 1 - enable
IR02
IR Enable 2
GP3
Get, Set
0 - disable, 1 - enable
IR03
Comments
3200 - 9300
Picture->Advanced
Installation
IR Enable 3
GP3
Get, Set
0 - disable, 1 - enable
OSDC
OSD Enable
GP3
Get, Set
See value table OSDC
TEST
Test Image
GP3
Get, Set
0 - 7 different test patterns
DHED
Dual Head Setup Mode
GP3
Get, Set
0 - off, 1 - side by side
ECOM
Eco Mode
GP3
Get, Set
0 - disable, 1 - enable
LPW1
Lamp1 Power
GP3
Get, Set
LPW2
Lamp2 Power
GP3
Get, Set
LMOD
Lamp Mode
GP3
Get, Set
LDLY
Lamp Auto Switch Delay
GP3
Get, Set
Installation->lamp
10
See value table LMOD
Description
Platforms*
Operations
supported
Comments
TRG1
Trigger 1 Mode
GP3
Get, Set
See value table TRGx
TRG2
Trigger 2 Mode
GP3
Get, Set
See value table TRGx
TATB
Aspect Trigger Behavior
GP3
Get, Set
See value table TATB
FCRE
Factory Reset
GP3
Set
FCRL
Factory reset level
GP3
Get, Set
PINC
PIN Code
GP3
Set
CODE
Service Code
GP3
Set
RCID
RCID Internal
GP3
Get, Set
DPMS
DPMS GP3
Get, Set
DPMT
DPMS Timeout
GP3
Get, Set
KEYB
Backlight Timeout
GP3
Get, Set
MNUT
Menu Timeout
GP3
Get, Set
BACK
Background color
GP3
Get, Set
SPLH
Splash
GP3
Get, Set
LMUT
LED indicators mute
GP3
Get, Set
Command
Installation->trigger
Settings
0 - limited, 1 - full
0 - disable, 1 - enable
0 - off, 1 - on
Settings->Set date and time
RTCH
Real Time Clock Hour
GP3
Get, Set
RTCM
Real Time Clock Minute
GP3
Get, Set
RTCS
Real Time Clock Second
GP3
Get, Set
RTCD
Real Time Clock Day
GP3
Get, Set
RTCN
Real Time Clock Month
GP3
Get, Set
RTCY
Real Time Clock Year
GP3
Get, Set
RTCW
Real Time Clock Day of Week
GP3
Get
FOIN
Focus In
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
FOUT
Focus Out
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
ZOIN
Zoom In
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
ZOUT
Zoom Out
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
IROP
Iris Open
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
IRCL
Iris Close
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
LSDW
Lens Shift Down
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
LSUP
Lens Shift Up
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
LSLF
Lens Shift Left
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
LSRH
Lens Shift Right
GP3
Set
1 - Slow, 2 - Medium, 3 - Fast
SHUT
Shutter
GP3
Set
0 - disable, 1 - enable
LENS
Lens ID
GP3
Get
LMON
Lens Monitoring
GP3
Get, Set
LRM1
Lamp1 Estimated Remaining Lamp Time
GP3
Get
LTR1
Lamp1 Runtime
GP3
Get
LHO1
Lamp Channel 1 Total Time
GP3
Get
LST1
Lamp1 Status
GP3
Get
LRM2
Lamp2 Estimated Remaining Lamp Time
GP3
Get
Lens control
Lamp status
11
See value table LST1 and LST2
Command
Description
Platforms*
Operations
supported
LTR2
Lamp2 Runtime
GP3
Get
LHO2
Lamp Channel 2 Total Time
GP3
Get
LST2
Lamp2 Status
GP3
Get
UTOT
Unit Time Total
GP3
Get
MENU
Menu Navigate Toggle OSD Menu
GP3
Set
NVUP
Menu Navigate Up
GP3
Set
NVDW
Menu Navigate Down
GP3
Set
NVLF
Menu Navigate Left
GP3
Set
NVRH
Menu Navigate Right
GP3
Set
NVOK
Menu Navigate Ok
GP3
Set
ECHO
Communication Response (on/off)
GP3
Set
LANG
Language
GP3
Get, Set
SINF
Show OSD Info
GP3
Set
CWI1
Color Wheel Index 1
GP3
Get, Set
CWI2
Color Wheel Index 2
GP3
Get, Set
CRST
Reset All Counters
GP3
Set
MAYR
Manufacture Year
GP3
Get
MAWE
Manufacture Week
GP3
Get
LFMP
LFM Performed
GP3
Set
GPEN
Enable Power User Gammas
GP3
Get, Set
THRM
Thermal Status
GP3
Get
FAN1
Fan Speed 1
GP3
Get
FAN2
Fan Speed 2
GP3
Get
FAN3
Fan Speed 3
GP3
Get
FAN4
Fan Speed 4
GP3
Get
FAN5
Fan Speed 5
GP3
Get
FAN6
Fan Speed 6
GP3
Get
FAN7
Fan Speed 7
GP3
Get
FAN8
Fan Speed 8
GP3
Get
SNS1
Sensor Value 1
GP3
Get
SNS2
Sensor Value 2
GP3
Get
SNS3
Sensor Value 3
GP3
Get
SNS4
Sensor Value 4
GP3
Get
SNS5
Sensor Value 5
GP3
Get
SNS6
Sensor Value 6
GP3
Get
SNS7
Sensor Value 7
GP3
Get
SNS8
Sensor Value 8
GP3
Get
Menu navigate
Miscellaneous
Service
Thermal
12
Comments
See value table LST1 and LST2
Description
Platforms*
Operations
supported
PLAT
Platform Name String
GP3
Get
SERI
Serial Number String
GP3
Get
MODL
Model Name String
GP3
Get
PART
Part Number String
GP3
Get
SVER
Software Version
GP3
Get
ACSS
Current Access Level
GP3
Get
MACA
MAC address
GP3
Get
IPAD
IP address
GP3
Get
LEST
Indicator LED state
GP3
Get
Command
Comments
Status
Value tables
IABS
Set source abs values
Value
Description
2
DVI 1
8
HDMI 1
10
DVI 2
11
HDMI 2
SABS
Set scaling abs values
Value
Description
0
1:1
1
Fill All
2
Fill Aspect Ratio
3
Fill 16:9
4
Fill 4:3
LST1 and LST2
Lamp status
Value
Description
0
Defect
1
Warming up
2
Lamp is on
3
Lamp is off
4
Lamp is cooling down
5
Lamp is not present
GABS
Set Gamma abs value
Value
Description
0
Film 2.2
1
Film 2.8
2
Video 1
3
Video 2
7
Computer 1
8
Computer 2
13
See value table LEST
DSCR
Desired Coords Mode
Value
Description
0
Off
1
RGB
2
RGBCMY
ORIE
Select Orientation abs value
Value
Description
0
Desktop front
1
Ceiling rear
2
Desktop rear
3
Ceiling front
OSDC
OSD Enable
Value
Description
0
OSD off
1
OSD show only warnings
2
OSD on
LMOD
Lamp Mode
Value
Description
0
Single lamp 1
1
Single lamp 2
2
Dual lamps
3
Auto lamp switch
BCCR
BrilliantColor Control
Value
Description
0
Off
1
Computer balanced
2
Video balanced
3
Computer native
4
Video native
POST
Power state
Value
Description
0
Deep sleep
1
Off
2
Powering up
3
On
4
Powering down
5
Critical powering down
6
Critical off
14
LEST
Status LED state
Value
Description
0
Green/Blue On
1
Green/Blue Flash
2
Yellow On
3
Yellow Flash
4
Red On
5
Red Flash
DCSP
Digital colorspace
Value
Description
0
RGB
1
YPbPr 709
2
YpbPr 601
TRGx
Trigger mode
Value
Description
1
On
2
Off
3
Screen
4
Aspect
TATB
Aspect trigger behavior
Target
Value
Description
1 - 5:4
0
on
2 - 16:9
1
off
3 - 16:10
2
no change
0 - 4:3
4 - no source
5 - standby
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Italy – Italy, Southern Europe
Via Plinio 43,
I-20129 Milano (MI),
Italy
ph +39 02 87168210 fx +39 02 45471865
(Silicium ASCII REV 1.0.xls)
REV_1.0 - 11.03.11
Poland – Central and Eastern Europe
Choszczno,
PL 73-200,
Poland
ph +48 883 388 035 fx +47 69 30 45 80
www.projectiondesign.com
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