RS-232 Manual

RS-232 Manual
Planar PS5580
RS232 and LAN
Command Protocol
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Table of Contents
Command Protocol Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Command Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Communications Link. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Communication Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Directly Addressed Command Format. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Broadcast Command Format. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Command / Response Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Commands Supported in the PS5580 Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Notes for Commands Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Get LCD Status Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Command Protocol
Command Protocol Description
This document specifies the protocols used on the PS5580 RS232 and LAN
connectors.
Command Protocol
Communications Link
Communication between the host and the display can be either a standard RS232
connection or a standard LAN connection.
Communication Settings
The RS232 connections uses these settings:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Straight-thru DB9 male-to-female cable
115200 baud rate
8 data bits
1 stop bit
No parity bit
No HW (RTS/CTS or SW (XON/XOFF) flow control
The LAN connections is used by initiating a TCP connection to port 9761.
Directly Addressed Command Format
Commands that are sent to only one display are directly addressed commands.
Directly addressed commands and responses have the following format:
Send to Display
Received from Display
STX Command Length Group ID
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
Multi ID Mode Data Checksum ETX
1 byte 1 byte n bytes
N/A
1 byte
1 byte 1 byte n bytes
1 byte
1 byte
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
1
Broadcast Command Format
Definition of terms in Directly Addressed Command Format table:
•
•
•
•
•
•
STX is the ascii STX character (0x02).
Command is the command code.
Length is the number of bytes in the Group ID, Multi ID, Mode and Data fields.
Group ID is the Group ID value in the display’s Option menu. A=1, B=2, C=3, etc.
Multi ID is the Monitor ID value in the display’s Tiling menu.
Mode selects whether the command is a Read command or a Write command.
• Read = 0x00
• Write = 0x02
• Data contains values specific to the selected command.
• Checksum is the one's complement of the following response fields: STX,
Command, Length, Group ID, Multi ID, Mode, Data (i.e. the sum of these fields
and the checksum field, modulo 256, will be 0xFF).
• ETX is the ascii ETX character (0x03).
Broadcast Command Format
Commands that are sent to all displays are broadcast commands. They have the this
format:
Send to Display
STX Command Length Group ID Multi ID Data
ETX
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte 1 byte
1 byte n bytes 1 byte
Definition of terms in Broadcast Command Format table:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
STX is the ascii STX character (0x02).
Command is the command code.
Length is the number of bytes in the Group ID, Multi ID and Data fields.
Group ID is set to 0x00.
Multi ID is set to 0x00
Data contains values specific to the selected command.
ETX is the ascii ETX character (0x03).
The displays do not send responses to broadcast commands.
Command / Response Examples
Example: Power query when unit is powered on (Group ID = A, Multi ID = 4)
STX
CMD
LEN
GID
MID
MOD
Command
02
10
03
01
04
00
Response
02
10
04
01
04
00
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
DAT
CHK
ETX
03
01
E3
03
2
Command / Response Examples
Example: Set power to off (Group ID = B, Multi ID = 1)
STX
CMD
LEN
GID
MID
MOD
Command
02
11
03
02
01
02
Response
02
11
03
02
01
02
MOD
DAT
CHK
ETX
03
E4
03
CHK
ETX
Example: Set power to off (broadcast)
STX
CMD
LEN
GID
MID
Command
02
11
02
00
00
Response
[None]
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
DAT
03
3
Auto Calibration
Auto Power
0x61
0x64
Y
Y
W
W
3
4
Mode
Data Bytes
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Byte 1: Auto Power
0x02 = Write -0x00 = Off
-0x01 = On
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Name
Command
Commands Supported in the PS5580 Display
9
4
Auto Tracking
0x62
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
7
Backlight
0xDC Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
Byte 1: Backlight
(Range 0x00-0x64)
4
Brightness
0x20
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
Byte 1: Brightness
(Range 0x00-0x64)
4
Color
0x25
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
Byte 1: Color
(Range 0x00-0x64)
4
Response Data
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Example
(Broadcast)
Byte 1: Red Gain (Range 0x00-0xFF)
Byte 2: Green Gain (Range 0x00-0xFF)
Byte 3: Blue Gain (Range 0x00-0xFF)
Byte 4: Red Offset (Range 0x00-0xFF)
Byte 5: Green Offset (Range 0x00-0xFF)
Byte 6: Blue Offset (Range 0x00-0xFF)
Red Gain = 49 (0x31)
Green Gain = 48 (0x30)
Blue Gain = 47 (0x2F)
Red Offset = 46 (0x2E)
Green Offset = 45 (0x2D)
Blue Offset = 44 (0x2C)
Command:
02 61 03 01 04 02 03
Response:
02 61 09 01 04 02 31 30 2F 2E 2D 2C 75 03
Command:
02 61 02 00 00 03
Byte 1: Auto Power
-0x00 = Off
-0x01 = On
Set Auto Power = On
Command:
02 64 04 01 04 02 01 03
Response:
02 64 04 01 04 02 01 8D 03
Set Auto Power = On:
Command: 02 64 03
00 00 01 03
Byte 1: H Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 2: V Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 3: Clock (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 4: Clock Phase (Range 0x00-0x3F)
H Position = 51 (0x33)
V Position = 52 (0x34)
Clock = 53 (0x35)
Clock Phase = 32 (0x20)
Command: 02 62 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 62 07 01 04 02 33 34 35 20 D1 03
Command:
02 62 02 00 00 03
Byte 1: Backlight (Range 0x00-0x64)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 DC 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 DC 04 01 04 02 32 E4 03
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 DC 03
00
00 32 03
Byte 1: Brightness (Range 0x00-0x64)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 20 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 20 04 01 04 02 32 A0 03
Write 50 (0x32)
Command:
02 20 03 00 00 32 03
Byte 1: Color (Range 0x00-0x64)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 25 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 25 04 01 04 02 32 9B 03
Write 50 (0x32)
Command:
02 25 03 00 00 32 03
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
4
Color Space
Configuration
0xB4
Y
W
4
Mode
Data Bytes
3
Byte 1: Color Space
- 0x00 = Auto
0x02 = Write
- 0x01 = RGB PC
- 0x02 = RGB Video
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
Example
(Broadcast)
Set Color Space =
Auto
Command: 02 B4 03
00 00 00 03
4
Set Color Space = Auto:
Command: 02 B4 04 01 04 02 00 03
Response: 02 B4 04 01 04 02 00 3E 03
4
Byte 1: Color Temp
- 0x01 = 4000K
- 0x02 = 6500K
- 0x03 = 10000K
- 0x04 = User Mode
Set Color Temperature = 6500K
Command: 02 26 04 01 04 02 02 03
Response: 02 26 04 01 04 02 02 CA 03
Byte 1: Contrast (Range 0x00-0x64)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 21 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 21 04 01 04 02 32 9F 03
Write 50 (0x32)
Command: 02 21 03
00 00 32 03
[None]
Command: 02 74 03 01 04 02 03
1
Response: 02 74 03 01 04 02 7F 03
Command: 02 74 02
00 00 03
[None]
Command: 02 73 03 01 04 02 03
1
Response: 02 73 03 01 04 02 80 03
Command: 02 73 02
00 00 03
[None]
Command: 02 BB 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 BB 03 01 04 02 38 03
Command: 02 BB 02
00 00 03
[None]
Command: 02 2D 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 2D 03 01 04 02 C6 03
Command: 02 2D 02
00 00 03
[None]
Command: 02 2C 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 2C 03 01 04 02 C7 03
Command: 02 2C 02
00 00 03
Byte 1: Gamma
- 0x00 = 1.8
- 0x01 = 2.2
Set Gamma = 2.2:
Command: 02 35 04 01 04 02 01 03
Response: 02 35 04 01 04 02 01 BC 03
Set Gamma = 2.2:
Command: 02 35 03
00 00 01 03
Color
Temperature
0x26
Y
W
4
3
Contrast
0x21
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
DHCP Off
0x74
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
DHCP On
0x73
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Factory Reset
0xBB
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Frame Comp - Off 0x2D Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Frame Comp - On 0x2C
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Gamma
Y
W
4
3
Byte 1: Gamma
0x02 = Write - 0x00 = 1.8
- 0x01 = 2.2
4
0x35
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Byte 1: Color Space
- 0x00 = Auto
- 0x01 = RGB PC
- 0x02 = RGB Video
Byte 1: Color Temp
- 0x01 = 4000K
0x02 = Write - 0x02 = 6500K
- 0x03 = 10000K
- 0x04 = User Mode
Byte 1: Contrast
(Range 0x00-0x64)
Response Data
4
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Set Color Temp =
6500K:
Command: 02 26 03
00 00 02 03
5
Get Firmware
Version
Get IP Address
0xF9
N
0x7A N
R
R
Mode
Data Bytes
3 N/A 0x00 = Read [None]
3 N/A 0x00 = Read [None]
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
Response Data
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Bytes 1-2: Scaler Firmware Year (last two digits)
Bytes 3-4: Scaler Firmware Month (two digits)
Bytes 5-6: Scaler Firmware Day (two digits)
Bytes 7-8: Scaler Firmware Revision (two
digits)
Bytes 9-10: Micom Firmware Year (last two
digits)
19 Bytes 11-12: Micom Firmware Month (two
digits)
Bytes 13-14: Micom Firmware Day (two digits)
Bytes 15-16: Micom Firmware Revision (two
digits)
Scaler Firmware Year = 2013
Byte 1: LAN On/Off
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
Byte 2: DHCP
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
30 Bytes 3-6: IP Address
Bytes 7-10: Subnet Mask
Bytes 11-14: Default Gateway
Bytes 15-18: Primary DNS
Bytes 19-22: Secondary DNS
Bytes 23-27: Port Number
LAN On/Off = On
DHCP = On
IP Address = 192.168.12.2
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.12.1
Primary DNS = 192.168.12.100
Secondary DNS = 192.168.12.101
Port Number = 9761
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Example
(Broadcast)
Scaler Firmware Month = November
Scaler Firmware Day = 21
Scaler Firmware Revision = 00
Micom Firmware Year = 2013
N/A
Micom Firmware Month = October
Micom Firmware Day = 15
Micom Firmware Revision = 02
Command: 02 F9 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 F9 13 01 04 00 01 03 01 01 02 01 00 00 01
03 01 00 01 05 00 02 D6 03
N/A
Cmmand: 02 7A 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 7A 1E 01 04 00 01 01 C0 A8 0C 02 FF FF FF
00 C0 A8 0C 01 C0 A8 0C 64 C0 A8 0C 65 00 09 07 06 01
AE 03
6
Get LCD Status
0x87
N
R
Mode
Data Bytes
3 N/A 0x00 = Read [None]
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
Response Data
Byte 1: Power Status
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
Byte 2: Input Source
- 0x01 = DisplayPort
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 3: Resolution2
Byte 4: Color Temp
- 0x01 = 4000K
- 0x02 = 6500K
- 0x03 = 10000K
- 0x04 = User Mode
12 Byte 5: Power Save
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
Byte 6: Auto Power
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
Byte 7 = Frame Comp
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
Byte 8: Scan Mode
- 0x00 = Overscan Off
- 0x01 = Overscan On
Byte 9: Loop Source
- 0xD2 = HDMI 1
- 0xD3 = HDMI 2
- 0xD4 = DVI
Bytes 1-6: MAC Address in hex
Get MAC Address 0xD0 N
R
3 N/A 0x00 = Read [None]
9
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Example
(Broadcast)
Power Status = On
Input Source = DVI
Resolution = 1080p/60
Color Temp = User Mode
Power Save = On
N/A
Auto Power = On
Frame Comp = On
Scan Mode = Overscan Off
Loop Source = HDMI 1
Command = 02 87 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 87 0C 01 04 00 01 04 3A 04 01 01 01 00 D2
4D 03
MAC Address = 00:0A:36:E0:00:01
Command: 02 D0 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 D0 09 01 04 00 00 0A 36 E0 00 01FE 03
N/A
7
Get Model Name
and Serial
0xB9
Number
Get OSD Control
Data
0x98
Mode
Data Bytes
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
Response Data
Bytes 1-9: Model Name
Bytes 10-22: Serial Number
N
N
R
R
3 N/A 0x00 = Read [None]
3 N/A 0x00 = Read [None]
25
Byte 1: OSD Language
- 0x00 = English
Byte 2: OSD Timeout (Range 0x05-0x78)
Byte 3: OSD H Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 4: OSD V Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 5: OSD Rotation
- 0x00 = No Rotation
10
- 0x01 = H Mirror
- 0x02 = V Mirror
4
Byte 6: Info Timeout (Range 0x00, 0x03-0x0A)
Byte 7: Transparency (Range 0x00-0x0F)
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Example
(Broadcast)
Model Name = PS5580
Serial Number = ABCDEFGHIJKLM
Command: 02 B9 03 01 04 00 03
N/A
Response: 02 B9 19 01 04 00 50 53 35 35 38 30 00 00 00
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D 16 03
OSD Language = 0
OSD Timeout = 10 seconds3
H Position = 50
V Position = 50
OSD Rotation = No Rotation
N/A
Info Timeout = 10
Transparency = 0
Command: 02 98 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 98 0A 01 04 00 00 0A 32 32 00 0A 00 DE 03
Get PC Setup
Control Data
0x96
N
R
3 N/A 0x00 = Read [None]
Byte 1: ADC Red Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 2: ADC Green Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 3: ADC Blue Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 4: ADC Red Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 5: ADC Green Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 6: ADC Blue Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
13 Byte 7: H Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 8: V Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 9: Clock (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 10: Clock Phase (Range 0x00-0x3F)
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
ADC Red Gain = 51
ADC Green Gain = 52
ADC Blue Gain = 53
ADC Red Offset = 49
ADC Green Offset = 48
ADC Blue Offset = 47
H Position = 50
N/A
V Position = 50
Clock = 50
Clock Phase = 32
Command: 02 96 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 96 0D 01 04 00 33 34 35 31 30 2F 32 32 32
20 73 03
8
Get Picture
Control Data
0x90
N
R
Mode
Data Bytes
3 N/A 0x00 = Read [None]
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
Response Data
Byte 1: Input Source
- 0x01 = DisplayPort
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Brightness (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 3: Contrast (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 4: Sharpness (Range 0x00-0x18)
Byte 5: Tint (Range 0x4D-0xB1)5
Byte 6: Color (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 7: Backlight (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 8: Color Temp
- 0x01 = 4000K
- 0x02 = 6500K
- 0x03 = 10000K
- 0x04 = User Mode
Byte 9: Digital Red Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
24 Byte 10: Digital Green Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 11: Digital Blue Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 12: Digital Red Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 13: Digital Green Offset (Range 0x000x64)
Byte 14: Digital Blue Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 15: Analog Red Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 16: Analog Green Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 17: Analog Blue Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 18: Analog Red Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 19: Analog Green Offset (Range 0x000x64)
Byte 20: Analog Blue Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 21: Gamma
- 0x00 = 1.8
- 0x01 = 2.2
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Example
(Broadcast)
Input Source = DVI
Brightness = 50 (0x32)
Contrast = 51 (0x33)
Sharpness = 10 (0x0A)
Tint = 0 (0x7F)
Color = 52 (0x34)
Backlight = 53 (0x35)
Color Temp = 6500K
Digital Red Gain = 49 (0x31)
Digital Green Gain = 48 (0x30)
Digital Blue Gain = 47 (0x2F)
Digital Red Offset = 46 (0x2E)
Digital Green Offset = 45 (0x2D)
N/A
Digital Blue Offset = 44 (0x2C)
Analog Red Gain = 43 (0x2B)
Analog Green Gain = 42 (0x2A)
Analog Blue Gain = 41 (0x29)
Analog Red Offset = 40 (0x28)
Analog Green Offset = 39 (0x27)
Analog Blue Offset = 38 (0x26)
Gamma = 2.2
Command: 02 90 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 90 18 01 04 00 04 32 33 0A 7F 34 35 02 31
30 2F 2E 2D 2C 2B 2A 29 28 27 26 01 E8 03
9
Input Source
DisplayPort
with Multi Scale
Input Source
DVI
Input Source
DVI
with Multi Scale
Input Source
HDMI 1
Input Source
HDMI 1
with Multi Scale
Input Source
HDMI 2
Data Bytes
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Mode
N
W
Byte 1: Group ID
(Range 0x01-0xFF)
5 N/A 0x02 = Write
Byte 2: Multi ID
(Range 0x01-0xFF)
0xD1 N
W
3 N/A 0x02 = Write [None]
W
Byte 1: Number of
Horizontal
Monitors
7 N/A 0x02 = Write Byte 2: Number of
Vertical Monitors
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
7
W
3 N/A 0x02 = Write [None]
3
W
Byte 1: Number of
Horizontal
Monitors
7 N/A 0x02 = Write Byte 2: Number of
Vertical Monitors
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
7
W
3 N/A 0x02 = Write [None]
3
W
Byte 1: Number of
Horizontal
Monitors
7 N/A 0x02 = Write Byte 2: Number of
Vertical Monitors
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
7
3 N/A 0x02 = Write [None]
3
ID Configuration 0xFF
Input Source
DisplayPort
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
0xD1 N
0xD4 N
0xD4 N
0xD2 N
0xD2 N
0xD3 N
W
5
3
Response Data
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Byte 1: Group ID (Range 0x01-0xFF)
Byte 2: Multi ID (Range 0x01-0xFF)
Command: 02 FF 05 01 04 02 01 04 03
Response: 02 FF 05 01 04 02 01 04 ED 03
[None]
Command: 02 D1 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 D1 03 01 04 02 22 03
Byte 1: Number of Horizontal Monitors
H Monitors = 5
V Monitors = 6
Command: 02 D1 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 03
Response: 02 D1 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 13 03
Byte 2: Number of Vertical Monitors
Example
(Broadcast)
N/A
N/A
N/A
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
[None]
Command: 02 D4 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 D4 03 01 04 02 1F 03
Byte 1: Number of Horizontal Monitors
H Monitors = 5
V Monitors = 6
Command: 02 D4 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 03
Response: 02 D4 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 10 03
Byte 2: Number of Vertical Monitors
N/A
N/A
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
[None]
Command: 02 D2 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 D2 03 01 04 02 21 03
Byte 1: Number of Horizontal Monitors
H Monitors = 5
V Monitors = 6
Command: 02 D2 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 03
Response: 02 D2 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 12 03
Byte 2: Number of Vertical Monitors
N/A
N/A
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
[None]
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Command: 02 D3 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 D3 03 01 04 02 20 03
N/A
10
Input Source
HDMI 2
with Multi Scale
Input Source
PC
Input Source
PC
with Multi Scale
Input Source
Resolution
Display
IP Address
IP Reset
0xD3 N
0xD5 N
0xD5 N
0x2A
0x75
0x7B
Mode
Data Bytes
Byte 1: Number of
Horizontal
Monitors
7 N/A 0x02 = Write Byte 2: Number of
Vertical Monitors
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
7
W
3 N/A 0x02 = Write [None]
3
W
Byte 1: Number of
Horizontal
Monitors
7 N/A 0x02 = Write Byte 2: Number of
Vertical Monitors
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
7
3
3
W
Y
W
N
Bytes 1-4:
IP Address
Bytes 5-8:
Subnet Mask
Bytes 9-12:
W 23 N/A 0x02 = Write
Default Gateway
Bytes 13-16:
Primary DNS
Bytes 17-20:
Secondary DNS
Y
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
W
3
2
2
0x02 = Write [None]
0x02 = Write [None]
Response Data
Byte 1: Number of Horizontal Monitors
Byte 2: Number of Vertical Monitors
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
H Monitors = 5
V Monitors = 6
Command: 02 D3 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 03
Response: 02 D3 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 11 03
Example
(Broadcast)
N/A
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
[None]
Command: 02 D5 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 D5 03 01 04 02 1E 03
Byte 1: Number of Horizontal Monitors
H Monitors = 5
V Monitors = 6
Command: 02 D5 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 03
Response: 02 D5 07 01 04 02 05 06 00 00 0F03
Byte 2: Number of Vertical Monitors
N/A
N/A
Byte 3: Unused
Byte 4: Unused
[None]
Command: 02 2A 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 2A 03 01 04 02 C9 03
Bytes 1-4: IP Address
IP Address = 192.168.12.2
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.12.1
Primary DNS = 192.168.12.100
Secondary DNS: 192.168.12.101
N/A
Command: 02 75 17 01 04 02 C0 A8 0C 02 FF FF FF 00
C0 A8 0C 01 C0 A8 0C 64 C0 A8 0C 65 03
Response: 02 75 17 01 04 02 C0 A8 0C 02 FF FF FF 00 C0
A8 0C 01 C0 A8 0C 64 C0 A8 0C 65 D1 03
Bytes 5-8: Subnet Mask
23
Bytes 9-12: Default Gateway
Bytes 13-16: Primary DNS
Bytes 17-20: Secondary DNS
Bytes 1-4: IP Address
Bytes 5-8: Subnet Mask
Bytes 9-12: Default Gateway
Bytes 13-16: Primary DNS
23
Bytes 17-20: Secondary DNS
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
IP Address = 192.168.12.2
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.12.1
Primary DNS = 192.168.12.100
Secondary DNS: 192.168.12.101
Command: 02 7B 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 1 02 75 17 01 04 02 C0 A8 0C 02 FF FF FF 00
C0 A8 0C 01 C0 A8 0C 64 C0 A8 0C 65 D1 03
Command: 02 2A 02
00 00 03
Command: 02 7B 02
00 00 03
11
IR Lock
Configuration
Keypad Lock
Configuration
0xB2
0xB1
Y
Y
W
W
4
4
3
3
Mode
Data Bytes
Byte 1: IR Lock
- 0x00 = Lock
0x02 = Write disabled
- 0x01 = Lock
enabled
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
Byte 1: IR Lock
- 0x00 = Lock disabled
4
Byte 1: Keypad
Lock
0x02 = Write
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
4
Y
W
4
3
OSD H Position
0x7E
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
3
6
Byte 1: Info
0x02 = Write Timeout (Range
0x00, 0x03-0x0A)
3
Byte 1: OSD
Rotation
- 0x00 = No
0x02 = Write
Rotation
- 0x01 = H Mirror
- 0x02 = V Mirror
4
3
Byte 1:
0x02 = Write Transparency
(Range 0x00-0x0F)
4
3
7
Byte 1 OSD
0x02 = Write Timeout (Range
0x05-0x78)
OSD Rotation
OSD
Transparency
OSD Turn Off
0x80
0x82
Y
Y
0x7D Y
W
W
W
4
4
4
4
Byte 1: Keypad Lock
- 0x00 = Off
Byte 1: Loop Source
0xE9
W
IR Lock = Enabled:
Command: 02 B2 04 01 04 02 01 03
Response: 02 B2 04 01 04 02 01 3F 03
Set Key Lock = On:
Command: 02 B1 04 01 04 02 01 03
Response: 02 B1 04 01 04 02 01 40 03
- 0x01 = On
Loop Out Input
Source Select
Y
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
- 0x01 = Lock enabled
Byte 1: Loop
Source
0x02 = Write - 0xD2 = HDMI 1
- 0xD3 = HDMI 2
- 0xD4 = DVI
OSD Info Display 0x81
Response Data
Byte 1: H Position
(Range 0x00-0x64)
4
- 0xD2 = HDMI 1
- 0xD3 = HDMI 2
- 0xD4 = DVI
Byte 1: H Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
4
4
6
Byte 1: Info Timeout (Range 0x00, 0x030x0A)
Byte 1: OSD Rotation
- 0x00 = No Rotation
Loop Source = HDMI 1:
Command: 02 E9 04 01 04 02 D2 03
Response: 02 E9 04 01 04 02 D2 37 03
Example
(Broadcast)
IR Lock = Enabled:
Command: 02 B2 03
00 00 01 03
Set Key Lock = On:
Command: 02 B1 03
00 00 01 03
Loop Source = HDMI
1:
Command: 02 E9 03
00 00 D2 03
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 7E 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 7E 04 01 04 02 32 42 03
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 7E 03
00 00 32 03
Set Info Timeout = 10 seconds:
Command: 02 81 04 01 04 02 0A 03
Response: 02 81 04 01 04 02 0A 67 03
Set Info Timeout = 10
seconds:
Command: 02 81 03
00 00 0A 03
Set OSD Rotation = No Rotation:
Command: 02 80 04 01 04 02 00 03
Response: 02 80 04 01 04 02 00 72 03
- 0x01 = H Mirror
- 0x02 = V Mirror
Set OSD Rotation = No
Rotation:
Command: 02 80 03
00 00 00 03
Byte 1: Transparency (Range 0x00-0x0F)
Set Transparency = 0:
Command: 02 82 04 01 04 02 00 03
Response: 02 82 04 01 04 02 00 70 03
Set Transparency = 0:
Command: 02 82 03
00 00 00 03
Byte 1:7 OSD Timeout (Range 0x05-0x78)
Set OSD Timeout = 10 seconds:
Command: 02 7D 04 01 04 02 0A 03
Response: 02 7D 04 01 04 02 0A 6B 03
Set OSD Timeout = 10
seconds:
Command: 02 7D 03
00 00 0A 03
4
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Power On
Length (Broadcast
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
0x10
Y RW 3
Y RW 3
2
2
0x00 = Read
[None]
0x02 = Write
0x00 = Read
[None]
0x02 = Write
Response Data
Power On Delay
0x9E
Y
W
4
3
Byte 1: Delay Time
0x02 = Write
(Range 0x00-0x32)
Power Save
0x63
Y
W
4
3
Byte 1: Power Save
0x02 = Write - 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
4
Scan Mode
(Overscan Off )
0x9B
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Scan Mode
(Overscan On)
0x9A
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Screen Clock
0x38
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
Byte 1: Clock
(Range 0x00-0x64)
4
Screen Clock
Phase
0x39
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
Byte 1: Clock Phase
(Range 0x00-0x3F)
4
Screen H Position 0x36
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
Byte 1: H Position
(Range 0x00-0x64)
4
4
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Byte 1: V Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 7F 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 7F 04 01 04 02 32 41 03
Byte 1: Power Status
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
Power Off Write:
Command: 02 11 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 11 03 01 04 02 E2 03
4
Read: 4
0x11
Byte 1: V Position
(Range 0x00-0x64)
Response Length
Length
0x7F
Data Bytes
Write: 3 Read: 4
Read/Write
Mode
Power Read (display is off):
Command: 02 11 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 11 04 01 04 00 00 E3 03
Byte 1: Power Status
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
Write: 3
Power Off
Broadcast Supported
OSD V Position
Command
Name
Power On Write:
Command: 02 10 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 10 03 01 04 02 E3 03
Power Read (display is on):
Command: 02 10 03 01 04 00 03
Response: 02 10 04 01 04 00 01 E3 03
Example
(Broadcast)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 7F 03
00 00 32 03
8
Power Off Write:
Command: 02 11 02
00 00 03
8
Power On Write:
Command: 02 10 02
00 00 03
Byte 1: Delay Time (Range 0x00-0x32)
Delay Time = 25:
Command: 02 9E 04 01 04 02 19 03
Response: 02 9E 04 01 04 02 19 3B 03
6
Delay Time = 25:
Command: 02 9E 03
00 00 19 03
Byte 1: Power Save
- 0x00 = Off
- 0x01 = On
Set Power Save = On:
Command: 02 63 04 01 04 02 01 03
Response: 02 63 04 01 04 02 01 8E 03
Set Power Save = On:
Command: 02 63 03
00 00 01 03
[None]
Command: 02 9B 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 9B 03 01 04 02 58 03
Command: 02
9B 02 00 00 03
[None]
Command: 02 9A 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 9A 03 01 04 02 59 03
Command: 02 9A 02
00 00 03
Byte 1: Clock (Range 0x00-0x64)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 38 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 38 04 01 04 02 32 88 03
Write 50 (0x32)
Command: 02 38 03
00 00 32 03
Byte 1: Clock Phase (Range 0x00-0x3F)
Write 32 (0x20):
Command: 02 39 04 01 04 02 20 03
Response: 02 39 04 01 04 02 20 99 03
Write 32 (0x20)
Command: 02 39 03
00 00 20 03
Byte 1: H Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 36 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 36 04 01 04 02 32 8A 03
Write 50 (0x32)
Command: 02 36 03
00 00 32 03
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Read/Write
Length
Length (Broadcast
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
Serial Control
(LAN Off)
0x71
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Serial Control
(LAN On)
0x70
Y
W
3
2
0x02 = Write [None]
3
Sharpness
0x22
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
3
Byte 1: Test Pattern
- 0x00 = Disabled
0x02 = Write
- 0x01 = White
Pattern
Test Pattern
Mode
0xE7
Y
W
4
Data Bytes
Byte 1: V Position
(Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 1: Sharpness
(Range 0x00-0x18)
Tiling Menu Lock
0xB3
Configuration
Y
W
4
3
Byte 1: Tiling Lock
- 0x00 = Lock
0x02 = Write disabled
- 0x01 = Lock
enabled
Tint
Y
W
4
3
0x02 = Write
W
Byte 1: Input
Source
- 0x01 =
DisplayPort
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
5 N/A 0x02 = Write
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Blue Gain
(Range 0x00-0x64)
White Balance
Control:
Blue Gain
0x24
0xBE
N
Byte 1: Tint (Range
0x4D-0xB1)
Response Length
Broadcast Supported
Screen V Position 0x37
Command
Mode
Name
Response Data
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 37 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 37 04 01 04 02 32 89 03
Write 50 (0x32)
Command: 02 37 03
00 00 32 03
[None]
Command: 02 71 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 71 03 01 04 02 82 03
Command: 02 71 02
00 00 03
[None]
Command: 02 70 03 01 04 02 03
Response: 02 70 03 01 04 0283 03
Command: 02 70 02
00 00 03
Byte 1: Sharpness (Range 0x00-0x18)
Write 50 (0x32):
Command: 02 22 04 01 04 02 32 03
Response: 02 22 04 01 04 02 32 9E 03
Write 50 (0x32)
Command: 02 22 03
00 00 32 03
Byte 1: Test Pattern
- 0x00 = Disabled
- 0x01 = White Pattern
Test Pattern = White Pattern:
Command: 02 E7 04 01 04 02 01 03
Response: 02 E7 04 01 04 02 01 0A 03
Test Pattern = White
Pattern:
Command: 02 E7 03
00 00 01 03
Byte 1: Tiling Lock
- 0x00 = Lock disabled
- 0x01 = Lock enabled
Tiling Lock = Enabled:
Command: 02 B3 04 01 04 02 01 03
Response: 02 B3 04 01 04 02 01 3E 03
4
4
Example
(Broadcast)
Byte 1: V Position (Range 0x00-0x64)
4
4
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Byte 1: Tint (Range 0x4D-0xB1)
4
Byte 1: Input Source
9
Write 0 (0x7F):
Command: 02 24 04 01 04 02 7F 03
Response: 02 24 04 01 04 02 7F 4F 03
Tiling Lock = Enabled:
Command: 02 B3 03
00 00 01 03
Write 0 (0x7F)
Command: 02 24 03
00 00 7F 03
Input Source = PC
Blue Gain = 50
- 0x01 = DisplayPort
5
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Blue Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Command: 02 BE 05 01 04 02 05 32 03
Response: 02 BE 05 01 04 02 05 32 FC 03
N/A
14
White Balance
Control:
Blue Offset
White Balance
Control:
Green Gain
White Balance
Control:
Green Offset
0xC2
N
0xBD N
0xC1
N
Mode
Data Bytes
W
Byte 1: Input
Source
- 0x01 =
DisplayPort
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
5 N/A 0x02 = Write
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Blue Offset
(Range 0x00-0x64)
W
Byte 1: Input
Source
- 0x01 =
DisplayPort
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
5 N/A 0x02 = Write
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Green Gain
(Range 0x00-0x64)
W
Byte 1: Input
Source
- 0x01 =
DisplayPort
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
5 N/A 0x02 = Write - 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Green
Offset (Range
0x00-0x64)
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
Response Data
Byte 1: Input Source
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Example
(Broadcast)
Input Source = PC
Blue Gain = 50
0x01 = DisplayPort
5
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Blue Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 1: Input Source
Command: 02 C2 05 01 04 02 05 32 03
Response: 02 C2 05 01 04 02 05 32 F8 03
N/A
Input Source = PC
Green Gain = 50
- 0x01 = DisplayPort
5
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Green Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 1: Input Source
Command: 02 BD 05 01 04 02 05 32 03
Response: 02 BD 05 01 04 02 05 32 FD 03
N/A
Input Source = PC
Green Offset = 50
- 0x01 = DisplayPort
5
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Green Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Command: 02 C1 05 01 04 02 05 32 03
Response: 02 C1 05 01 04 02 05 32 F9 03
N/A
15
White Balance
Control:
Red Gain
White Balance
Control:
Red Offset
0xBC N
0xBF
N
Mode
Data Bytes
W
Byte 1: Input
Source
- 0x01 =
DisplayPort
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
5 N/A 0x02 = Write
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Red Gain
(Range 0x00-0x64)
W
Byte 1: Input
Source
- 0x01 =
DisplayPort
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
5 N/A 0x02 = Write
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Red Offset
(Range 0x00-0x64)
Response Length
Length (Broadcast
Length
Read/Write
Broadcast Supported
Command
Name
Response Data
Byte 1: Input Source
Example
(Group ID = ‘A’, Multi ID = 4)
Example
(Broadcast)
Input Source = PC
Red Gain = 50
- 0x01 = DisplayPort
5
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Red Gain (Range 0x00-0x64)
Byte 1: Input Source
Command: 02 BC 05 01 04 02 05 32 03
Response: 02 BC 05 01 04 02 05 32 FE 03
N/A
Input Source = PC
Red Offset = 50
- 0x01 = DisplayPort
5
- 0x02 = HDMI 1
- 0x03 = HDMI 2
- 0x04 = DVI
- 0x05 = PC
Byte 2: Red Offset (Range 0x00-0x64)
PS5580 RS232 and LAN Command Protocol
Command: 02 BF 05 01 04 02 05 32 03
Response: 02 BF 05 01 04 02 05 32 FB 03
N/A
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Notes for Commands Table
Note #
Note Text
1
The response is followed by a response in the same format as the IP address response, including the IP address command byte.
2
See table below for Response values.
3
Byte 2: Value is in seconds.
4
Byte 6: Value is in seconds. 0x00 = Off.
5
Byte 5: Values: 0x4D = -50; 0xB1 = +50
6
Data byte values are in seconds. 0x00 = Off
7
Data byte values are in seconds.
8
No broadcast Read commands. Response data bytes apply to Read commands only.
9
0x4D = -50; 0xB1 = +50
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The following table lists the values for the Resolution data byte in the Get LCD Status response.
Get LCD Status Response
Resolution
Value
Resolution
Value
Resolution
Value
640 x 480 @ 60Hz
0 (0x00)
720P @ 50Hz
29 (0x1D)
1360 x 768 @ 60Hz
25 (0x19)
640 x 480 @ 85Hz
1 (0x01)
576P @ 50Hz
30 (0x1E)
640 x 350 @ 85Hz
46 (0x2E)
800 x 600 @ 56Hz
2 (0x02)
480P @ 60Hz
31 (0x1F)
640 x 480 @ 75Hz
47 (0x2F)
800 x 600 @ 60Hz
3 (0x03)
1920 x 1080i @ 60Hz
32 (0x20)
640 x 480 @ 72Hz
48 (0x30)
800 x 600 @ 75Hz
4 (0x04)
1920 x 1080i @ 50Hz
33 (0x21)
1152 x 864 @ 75Hz
49 (0x31)
800 x 600 @ 85Hz
5 (0x05)
1280 x 720P @ 60Hz
34 (0x22)
1280 x 720 @ 60Hz
50 (0x32)
853 x 480 @ 60Hz
6 (0x06)
1280 x 720P @ 50Hz
35 (0x23)
1280 x 768 @ 75Hz
51 (0x33)
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz
7 (0x07)
PAL
36 (0x24)
1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz
52 (0x34)
1024 x 768 @ 70Hz
8 (0x08)
SECAM
37 (0x25)
1366 x 768 @ 50Hz
53 (0x35)
1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
9 (0x09)
PALP
38 (0x26)
1400 x 1050 @ 50Hz
54 (0x36)
1024 x 768 @ 85Hz
10 (0x0A)
NTSC
39 (0x27)
1440 x 900 @ 60Hz
55 (0x37)
1280 x 768 @ 60Hz
11 (0x0B)
NTSCP
40 (0x28)
576i @ 50Hz
56 (0x38)
1280 x 960 @ 60Hz
12 (0x0C)
Unknown
42 (0x2A)
480i @ 60Hz
57 (0x39)
1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz
13 (0x0D)
No Signal
43 (0x2B)
1080P @ 60Hz
58 (0x3A)
1366 x 768 @ 60Hz
14 (0x0E)
853 x 480 @ 50Hz
18 (0x12)
1080P @ 50Hz
59 (0x3B)
1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz
15 (0x0F)
1280 x 1024 @ 50Hz
19 (0x13)
1920 x 1080p @ 60Hz
60 (0x3C)
1400 x 1050 @ 60Hz
16 (0x10)
1360 x 768 @ 50Hz
20 (0x14)
1920 x 1080p @ 50Hz
61 (0x3D)
1706 x 960 @ 60Hz
17 (0x11)
1600 x 900 @ 50Hz
21 (0x15)
1024 x 576 @ 50Hz
62 (0x3E)
1080i @ 60Hz
26 (0x1A)
1600 x 900 @ 60Hz
22 (0x16)
1024 x 576 @ 60Hz
63 (0x3F)
1080i @ 50Hz
27 (0x1B)
1600 x 1200 @ 50Hz
23 (0x17)
640 x 400 @ 85Hz
71 (0x47)
720P @ 60Hz
28 (0x1C)
800 x 600 @ 50Hz
24 (0x18)
800 x 600 @ 72Hz
72 (0x48)
1152 x 864 @ 60Hz
73 (0x49)
1152 x 864 @ 70Hz
74 (0x4A)
720 x 400 @ 85Hz
75 (0x4B)
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