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2 Control command diagram, The command consists of the header action function code data code and end code The length of the com. mand varies among the functions, Header Action Space Function code Space Data code End code. HEX 4D 3F or 21 20 20 0D,ASCII M or,3 Control sequence. 1 Send the command from the personal computer to the projector. 2 The projector will send a return command ACK after it receives an end code If the command is not received. correctly the projector will not send the return command M NAK. 3 The personal computer checks the command and confirms if the sent command has been executed or not. 4 This projector sends various codes other than the return code When having a control sequence by RS 232C. reject other codes from the personal computer, During signal switching the command may not take effect even when the projector sends the return command. After signal switching completes wait for the mode indication to disappear before sending the next command. When sending commands successively wait to receive the return command of the current command before. sending a next command, Keep intervals of at least 400 ms between receipt of a return command and sending of a next command.
Any commands will not be executed until the splash screen is displayed after the power is turned on. Example When changing the input signal to HDMI1,Sending commands Status code Description. from the PC etc from the projector, 4D 21 20 49 4E 50 20 30 0D 4D 21 20 41 43 4B 20 0D Command for changing the input signal to HDMI1. M INP 0 M ACK Command receipt confirmation, 4D 21 20 49 4E 50 20 30 0D 4D 21 20 4E 41 4B 20 0D Command for changing the input signal to HDMI1. M INP 0 M NAK The projector did not receive the command. 4 Operation commands, The operation commands are used for the basic operation setting of this projector They may not be executed. while the signals are changed, Operation Action Action Function Function Data Data Note.
ASCII HEX ASCII HEX ASCII HEX, POWER ON 1 31 This command is invalid for 1 minute. after the power is turned off,PDM 50 44 4D, POWER OFF 0 30 This command is invalid for 1 minute. after the power is turned on, INPUT HDMI1 0 30 This command will not be executed. in Stand by mode, INPUT HDMI2 1 31 This command will not be executed. in Stand by mode, INPUT COMPONENT 2 32 This command will not be executed.
in Stand by mode,INP 49 4E 50, INPUT COMPUTER 3 33 This command will not be executed. in Stand by mode, INPUT VIDEO 4 34 This command will not be executed. in Stand by mode, INPUT S VIDEO 5 35 This command will not be executed. in Stand by mode, 5 Remote commands Not executable in stand by mode other than power on and off. Some remote control operations can be achieved by the remote command codes The remote commands have no. data codes, Button s name on Action Action Function Function Data Data Description.
remote control ASCII HEX ASCII HEX ASCII HEX,POWER ON 41 34 31 Remote control setting Power on. POWER OFF 42 34 32 Remote control setting Power off. AUTO POSITION A2 41 32 Remote control setting Auto position. HDMI1 72 37 32 Remote control setting HDMI1,HDMI2 73 37 33 Remote control setting HDMI2. PC 60 36 30 Remote control setting PC,COMP 64 36 34 Remote control setting COMP. S VIDEO 66 36 36 Remote control setting S Video,VIDEO 65 36 35 Remote control setting Video. PICTURE MODE 55 35 35 Remote control setting Picture mode. FRC 56 35 36 Remote control setting FRC,2D 3D 57 35 37 Remote control setting 2D 3D.
82 38 32 Remote control setting Up,80 38 30 Remote control setting Left. ENTER 87 38 37 Remote control setting Enter, 21 RMC 52 4D 43 81 38 31 Remote control setting Right. 83 38 33 Remote control setting Down,MENU 86 38 36 Remote control setting Menu. IRIS 54 35 34 Remote control setting Iris,ASPECT E2 45 32 Remote control setting Aspect. CONTRAST D0 44 32 Remote control setting Contrast, BRIGHTNESS D1 44 31 Remote control setting Brightness.
COLOR TEMP D4 44 34 Remote control setting Color temperature. GAMMA D5 44 35 Remote control setting Gamma, SHARPNESS D6 44 36 Remote control setting Sharpness. COLOR D2 44 32 Remote control setting Color, ZOOM FOCUS 46 34 36 Remote control setting Zoom Focus. LENS SHIFT 47 34 37 Remote control setting Lens Shift. COLOR B4 42 34 Remote control setting Color Management. MANAGEMENT,USER B7 42 37 Remote control setting User. Example When displaying the MENU selection bar,Sending commands Status code Description. from the PC etc from the projector, 4D 21 20 52 4D 43 20 38 36 0D 4D 21 20 41 43 4B 20 0D Command operating the same as the MENU button.
M RMC 86 M ACK Command receipt confirmation,6 Reading command diagram. The projectors operating status such as POWER ON OFF and the currently selected input terminal etc can be. Action Action Function Function Data Receive Data Receive Description. ASCII HEX ASCII HEX ASCII HEX,Lamp Mode 0 Normal 30 31 Command for. LPP 4C 50 50 1 High Lamp Mode,confirmation,Lamp Time hhhhmm hhhhmm Command for. LPT 4C 50 54 hhhh 0 4000 hhhh 30 34 30 30 30 Lamp Time. mm 0 59 mm 30 35 59 confirmation,Input 0 5 30 35 Command for. INP 49 4E 50 Input,confirmation,Color Temperature 0 6 30 36 Command for.
CTT 43 54 54 Color Temperature,confirmation,Color Temperature zxyyyy z 30 32 Command for. User z 0 2 x 30 31 Color Temperature,CTU 43 54 55 0 R 1 G 2 B 30 32 30 30 User. x 0 1 0 1 confirmation,yyyy 0 200,Gamma Correction 0 5 30 35 Command for. GMT 47 4D 54 Gamma Correction,confirmation,Picture Mode 3F 0 6 30 36 Command for. PMD 50 4D 44 Picture Mode,confirmation,Contrast xyyy x 30 31 Command for.
CON 43 4F 4E x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30 Contrast,yyy 0 50 confirmation. Brightness xyyy x 30 31 Command for,BRI 42 52 49 x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30 Brightness. yyy 0 50 confirmation,Color xyyy x 30 31 Command for. COL 43 4F 4C x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30 Color,yyy 0 50 confirmation. Tint xyyy x 30 31 Command for,TIN 54 49 4E x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30 Tint.
yyy 0 50 confirmation,Sharpness xyyy x 30 31 Command for. SHP 53 48 50 x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30 Sharpness,yyy 0 50 confirmation. Cinema Filter 0 Movie 30 31 Command for,CFT 43 46 54 1 Brightness Cinema Filter. confirmation, Example When checking the currently selected input terminal when the INPUT VIDEO is being selected. Sending commands Status code Description,from the PC etc from the projector.
4D 3F 20 49 4E 50 20 0D 4D 21 20 41 43 4B 20 33 0D Command operating the same as the MENU button. M INP M ACK 3 Check result VIDEO, 7 Menu setting commands Not executable in stand by mode. The menu setting commands are used for the menu setting of this projector If the personal computer sends the. command without attaching the data code the projector attaches to the received command its current setting. value as the data code and send it back to the PC, Action Action Function Function Data Receive Data Receive Description. ASCII HEX ASCII HEX ASCII HEX,Lamp Mode 0 Normal 30 31 Lamp Mode setting. LPP 4C 50 50,Input 0 5 30 35 Input port,0 HDMI 1 HDMI2. INP 49 4E 50,2 COMP 3 PC,4 Video 5 S Video,Color Temp 0 6 30 36 Color Temperature.
adjustment,CT Table 0 5800,CTT 43 54 54,1 6000 2 6500. 3 7500 4 9300,5 High Bright 6 User,Color Temp User zxyyyy z 30 32 Color Temperature. z 0 2 x 30 31 adjustment User, CTU 43 54 55 0 R 1 G 2 B 30 32 30 30 Color 0 R 1 G 2 B. yyyy 0 200 Value 0 200,Gamma Correction 0 5 30 35 Gamma adjustment. Table 0 Cinema,GMT 47 4D 54,1 2 0 2 2 1 3 2 2,4 3D 5 User.
Picture Mode 21 0 6 30 36 Picture mode selection,0 Cinema 1 VIDEO. PMD 50 4D 44 2 3D 3 Dynamic,4 User1 5 User2,Contrast xyyy x 30 31 Contrast adjustment. CON 43 4F 4E x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30,Brightness xyyy x 30 31 Brightness adjustment. BRI 42 52 49 x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30,Color xyyy x 30 31 Color adjustment. COL 43 4F 4C x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30,Tint xyyy x 30 31 Tint adjustment.
TIN 54 49 4E x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30,Sharpness xyyy x 30 31 Sharpness adjustment. SHP 53 48 50 x 0 1 0 1 30 35 30, Cinema Filter 0 Movie 30 31 Cinema Filter selection. CFT 43 46 54,1 Brightness,How to set the value, Use the ASCII or HEX code as shown below to set the value. ASCII 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9,HEX 30h 31h 32h 33h 34h 35h 36h 37h 38h 39h. Example When checking the Picture Mode setting when the Picture Mode is set to Cinema. Sending commands Status code Description,from the PC etc from the projector.
4D 3F 20 50 4D 44 20 0D 4D 21 20 41 43 4B 20 30 0D Command operating the same as the MENU button.

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