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  • Brand: Canon
  • Product: Projector
  • Model/name: WUX10 Mark II
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, French

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© 2010 CANON INC.
Canon
Projector WUX10 MarkII
User Commands
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Revision No. Version Date Page(s) Changes Revised by
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Table of Contents
Revision History........................................................................................................................................... i
1. Overview .................................................................................................................1
2. Communication Specifications.................................................................................2
Communication Specifications ................................................................................................................... 2
Communication System (Serial)................................................................................................................. 3
Communication System (LAN)................................................................................................................... 3
Commands................................................................................................................................................... 4
Response ...................................................................................................................................................... 5
Other............................................................................................................................................................ 6
3. Communication Flow...............................................................................................7
Transmission sent ....................................................................................................................................... 7
Transmission received................................................................................................................................. 7
Command/Response .................................................................................................................................... 7
Response Reception Timeout ...................................................................................................................... 7
Control Mode ............................................................................................................................................... 7
Other............................................................................................................................................................ 7
4. Command System...................................................................................................8
5. Command List .......................................................................................................10
6. Details of Command..............................................................................................12
6AXADJ .................................................................................................................................... 13
6AXR-Y ..................................................................................................................................... 14
ASCOMBO_* ............................................................................................................................ 15
ASPECT.................................................................................................................................... 16
AUTOPC................................................................................................................................... 18
AUTOSETEXE ......................................................................................................................... 19
AVOL......................................................................................................................................... 20
BLANK ..................................................................................................................................... 21
BLANKCOLOR ........................................................................................................................ 22
BRI............................................................................................................................................ 23
BVOL ........................................................................................................................................ 24
COMVER .................................................................................................................................. 25
CONT........................................................................................................................................ 26
DGAMMA ................................................................................................................................. 27
DOTS ........................................................................................................................................ 28
DPON........................................................................................................................................ 29
ERR........................................................................................................................................... 30
FCONTDRV.............................................................................................................................. 31
FREEZE.................................................................................................................................... 32
FSTEPDRV............................................................................................................................... 33
FTONEADJ .............................................................................................................................. 34
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GAMMA.................................................................................................................................... 35
GUIDE ...................................................................................................................................... 36
HPIX/VPIX ............................................................................................................................... 37
HPOS/VPOS ............................................................................................................................. 38
HUE .......................................................................................................................................... 39
IMAGE...................................................................................................................................... 40
IMAGEFLIP ............................................................................................................................. 42
INPUT....................................................................................................................................... 43
KEYLOCK ................................................................................................................................ 44
LAMP........................................................................................................................................ 45
LAMPCOUNTER ..................................................................................................................... 46
LANG........................................................................................................................................ 47
LEDILLUMINATE................................................................................................................... 48
LMPT ........................................................................................................................................ 49
MAIN ........................................................................................................................................ 50
MODE ....................................................................................................................................... 51
MUTE ....................................................................................................................................... 52
NOSIG ...................................................................................................................................... 53
PJON......................................................................................................................................... 54
PMM.......................................................................................................................................... 55
POWER..................................................................................................................................... 56
PRODCODE ............................................................................................................................. 57
PROG ........................................................................................................................................ 58
RC ............................................................................................................................................. 59
RCCH........................................................................................................................................ 61
RESET ...................................................................................................................................... 62
RGBGAIN................................................................................................................................. 64
RGBOFFSET............................................................................................................................ 65
ROMVER .................................................................................................................................. 66
SAT............................................................................................................................................ 67
SCRNASPECT.......................................................................................................................... 68
SEL ........................................................................................................................................... 69
SHARP...................................................................................................................................... 71
SIGNALSTATUS...................................................................................................................... 72
TEMP........................................................................................................................................ 73
TMPL ........................................................................................................................................ 74
TRACK...................................................................................................................................... 75
VKS........................................................................................................................................... 76
WB............................................................................................................................................. 77
WBRGB..................................................................................................................................... 78
ZCONTDRV.............................................................................................................................. 79
ZSTEPDRV ............................................................................................................................... 80
7. Error List................................................................................................................81
8. Error Processing....................................................................................................83
9. Other .....................................................................................................................85
Appendix 1. Reset Items ...........................................................................................86
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1. Overview
These specifications describe the methods of controlling the Projector WUX10 MarkII from the PC over
an RS-232C connection or LAN.
Virtually all operations possible with the remote control can be controlled from the PC.
The following symbols are used in these specifications:
Symbol Description
△ Space with 0 or more characters (20h), Tab (09h), or other separator.
□ Space with 1 or more characters (20h), Tab (09h), or other separator.
▽ Separator between parameters △ , △ | □.
[ ] Data in [ ] can be omitted.
| Same as OR.
:= Definition name is on the left side of this mark, and definition description is on the right side.
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2. Communication Specifications
Communication Specifications
The projector can be controlled via serial or LAN connection.
PC - Projector connection status
Item Specifications Item Specifications
Connection
system
PC and projector connected on
a "1:1" basis
Connection
system
TCP/IP Connection
Connection
signal line
3-line connection of SD,
RD, and SG
Connection
signal line
Straight when connecting via
network
Connection
cable
9pin RS-232C Cable (Cross)
Connection
cable
LAN Cable
Send Data SD SD Send Data
Receive
Data
RD RD
Receive
Data
Signal
Ground
SG SG
Signal
Ground
* Signal lines other than the three lines of SD, RD and SG are not used in the projector!
* Loop back its own signals at the PC side if necessary.
PC Projector
Dedicated cable
COM
PORT
SERVICE
PORT
Canon Network
Connection
PC
LAN
PORT
LAN
PORT
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Communication System (Serial)
Item Specifications
Communication system RS-232-C Start-stop synchronization Semi-duplex communication
Transmission speed 19.2 Kbps
Character length 8 bits/character
Stop bit 2 bits
Parity None
Transmission format Variable-length record with terminal as delimiter
Maximum transmission
length
Maximum of 256 characters (bytes) including delimiters.
Delimiters are one of CR, LF, CR+LF, Null (0) (delimiters are identified
automatically).
Delimiters
Response delimiters are identical to command delimiters.
ASCII code (General-purpose characters: 20h to 7Fh), Tab (09h)
(Codes other than those above and delimiters are considered “other
separator codes”)
Uppercase and lowercase of alphabetic characters are considered the same
character.
Transmission codes
Double-byte characters and single-byte characters are not distinguished. All
are considered single-byte characters.
Communication
procedure
No procedure
Flow control None
Error control None
Break signal Not supported
Tc Character: 5s (Timeout between CR and LF is 10ms.)
Time out
Tr
Command/response
interval:
15s
Communication System (LAN)
Item Specifications
Communication system
Transmission speed
Character length
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Commands
Request transmissions sent from PC to the projector.
Transmission format
△<Command character strings> △<Delimiters>
<Command character strings>
Character strings consisting of 0 or more alphanumeric characters.
<Delimiters>
One of CR (0Dh), LF (0Ah), CR+LF (0Dh+0Ah), Null (00h)
Type
Type Description Response
Commands with a command character string length of 0. No
command processing is performed.
■ OK
□ BUSY
■ WARN
■ ERR
Null Commands
Character string
<Null command character string>
:= <Character string with length 0>
Projector control command. The format is shown below. ■ OK
■ BUSY
■ WARN
■ ERR
Control
command
Character string
<Control command character string>
:= <Control name>□<Parameter value>
Command that sets values for each parameter. The format is
shown below.
■ OK
■ BUSY
■ WARN
■ ERR
Setting
command
Character string
<Setting command character strings>
:= <Parameter name>△=△<Parameter value>
For the definition of <Parameter value>, refer to "Parameter
definitions.
Requests current value of each parameter. The format is shown
below.
□ OK
■ BUSY
■ WARN
■ ERR
Reference
command
Character string
<Reference command character string>
:=?△<Parameter name> | GET□<Parameter name>
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Response
Transmissions sent from Projector to PC in response to commands from PC.
Transmissionformat
<Response character string> <Delimiter>
<Response character string>
Character strings consisting of one or more ASCII characters.
The first two characters are always <one lowercase letter>:
The first character indicates the response type.
Response
type
Meaning Example
i State response i:OK i:BUSY etc.
w Warning w:USER_COMMAND..
e Error e:000B INVALID..
g Reference command response g:AVOL=10
<Delimiters>
Delimiters for commands sent from PC.
Type
OK response After processing of each command is completed, a response is sent indicating that
the next command can be received.
<OK response character string>:=i:OK
BUSY response This response is sent when a command cannot be received during processing.Wait
for a few moments, and then try sending the command again.
<BUSY response character string>:=i:BUSY
Example: > IMAGE=STANDARD
< i:BUSY
WARN response This response is sent when warning information is issued.
* that this command cannot be executed.
<Warning response character string>:= w:<Warning description>
Example: > IMAGE=STANDARD
< w:USER_COMMAND_VERSION_IS_UPDATED
ERR response An error message is output.
<Error response character string>:= e:<Error code>□<Error message>
* <Error code> is expressed as a four-digit hexadecimal number.
* Refer to “Error List”!
Example: > abcdefg
< e:0002 INVALID_COMMAND
GET response Request response for each parameter.
<GET response character string>:=g<Parameter name>=<Value>
Example: > GET LANG or ? LANG
< g:LANG=JPN
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Other
Transmission recognition
Transmission is recognized when delimiter is received.
Even if a maximum transmission length is received, the entire received transmission will be lost
unless a delimiter is received.
The <Parameter value> is defined as shown below.
<Parameter value> := <Value 1>▽<Value 2> ▽.. ▽ <Value n>
<Value> := <Numerical value> | <ID> | “<Character string>”
<Numerical value> := [<Sign>] <Decimal character string (Min. 1 character to Max. 5 characters)>
* The range of valid values is -32768 to 32767.
<ID> := 1 or more ASCII characters (20h to 7Fh)
<Character string> := 0 or more ASCII characters (20h to 7Fh)
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3. Communication Flow
Transmission sent
At the sending side (PC), the transmission is sent within character intervals of Tc (character interval
timeout).
Transmission received
At the receiving side (Projector), data able to be received within the character interval of Tc is held,
and receiving of a delimiter is considered “transmission received”.
If a received character interval exceeds Tc or a delimiter is not received within 256 characters, all data
already received is lost, and the mode is reset to receive standby again.
Command/Response
One response is always returned for each command sent from the PC. (However, note that a response
may not be returned when the internal receive buffer overflows due to reception of a large amount of
data.)
PC Projector
Commands
WithinTr
Response
* The timeout interval between command and response (Tr) is 15 seconds.
Response Reception Timeout
If a response is not received within Tr (timeout interval between command and response) while in
response reception standby after sending a command at the PC, resend the command in the “response
reception timeout”.
Control Mode
"LOCAL mode" and "REMOTE mode" on previous models (SX50、SX6、SX60、X600、SX7、X700) have
been removed. You do not need to be aware of which mode it is in (no need to use "REMOTE" and
"LOCAL" commands) to send user commands.
Other
If AC power is supplied to the projector, communication is possible regardless of whether the power is
on or off.
The PC side cannot send a next user command before a response for the first command is returned.
If more than 2 user commands arrive at one port, "BAD_SEQUENCE" will be returned in response to
the second user command.
Response to the first processed user command will not be returned.
If user commands arrive at the LAN and service port simultaneously, both will be processed. It will be
processed individually, and return a response to each command to individual ports.
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4. Command System
MENU Control
Display Setting Input select INPUT
Aspect ASPECT Total number of dots adjustment DOTS
Input signal settings Tracking adjustment TRACK
Horizontal/Vertical position adjustment HPOS/VPOS
Horizontal/Vertical resolution adjustment HPIX/VPIX
Input signal selection SEL *User commands use only automatic selection of input signals.
Auto PC AUTOPC *Running of Auto PC will change the values set in “Input signal settings”.
HDMI input level
HDMI overscan
Progressive PROG
Menu display position setting
Screen color correction WB
RGB adjustment WBRGB
Flip display IMAGEFLIP
Progressive PROG
Screen when no signal NOSIG
User screen setting Screen when blank BLANKCOLOR
Startup screen PJON
Screen Aspect SCRNASPECT
Image adjustment Image quality select IMAGE
Brightness setting BRI
Contrast setting CONT
Sharpness setting SHARP
Gamma correction GAMMA
Color adjustment Color saturation setting SAT
Hue setting HUE
Color temperature setting
Gain adjustment RGBGAIN
Offset adjustment RGBOFFSET
Advanced adjustment
Dynamic gamma DGAMMA
Flesh color adjustment FTONEADJ
6-axis color adjustment 6AXADJ
6-axis adjustment 6AXR~Y
Reset
Ambient light
Type
Level
Lamp mode setting LAMP
Image adjustment reset RESET RESET IMAGE
System setting Auto setup
Power management mode PMM
Direct power-on DPON
Electronic sound BVOL
Key lock KEYLOCK
Language setting LANG
Guide GUIDE
LED illumination LEDILLUMINATE
Slideshow interval
Other settings Remote control setting RCCH
Menu display time
Password setting
Password registration
Lamp counter reset RESET RESET LAMPTIME
Network settings reset
Factory settings RESET RESET SYSTEM
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Remote Control/Key
[POWER] POWER
[AUTO SET] AUTOSETEXE
[ASPECT] ASPECT
[INPUT] INPUT
[AUTO PC] AUTOPC *Running of Auto PC will change the values set in “Input signal settings”.
[FOCUS] FCONTDRV / FSETPDRV
[ZOOM] ZCONTDRV / ZSETPDRV
[D.SHIFT]
[KEYSTONE] VKS
[MENU]
[D.ZOOM]
[VOL] AVOL
[FREEZE] FREEZE
[BLANK] BLANK
[MUTE] MUTE
[IMAGE] IMAGE
[P-TIMER]
[LAMP] LAMP
Emulate
Key emulate MAIN
Remote control emulate RC
Reference
Retrieve each data GET *****
※ Indicates functions that are available in the menu but not available in the user commands.
POWER POWER POWER POWER
AUTO SET AUTOSET AUTO SET AUTOSET
MENU MENU MENU MENU
KEYSTONE KEYSTONE KEYSTONE KEYSTONE
FOCUS FOCUS FOCUS FOCUS
ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM
INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT
AUTOPC AUTOPC AUTOPC AUTOPC
↑ UP ASPECT ASPECT
↓ DOWN IMAGE IMAGE
← LEFT BLANK BLANK
→ RIGHT MUTE MUTING
OK OK VOL + VOL+
VOL - VOL-
FREEXE FREEZE
P-TIMER PTIMER
LAMP LAMP
DZOOM + DZOOM+
DZOOM - DZOOM-
↑ UP
↓ DOWN
← LEFT
→ RIGHT
OK OK
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5. Command List
Item Commands Description
1 6AXADJ 6-axis adjustment ON/OFF
2 6AXR~Y 6-axis correction R-Y hue/saturation settings
3 ASCOMBO_* Defines auto setup combination
4 ASPECT Screen settings
5 AUTOPC Auto PC
6 AUTOSETEXE Auto setup
7 AVOL Audio volume adjustment
8 BLANK BLANK function
9 BLANKCOLOR Screen when BLANK setting
10 BRI Brightness setting
11 BVOL BEEP sound setting
12 COMVER User command version inquiry
13 CONT Contrast setting
14 DGAMMA Dynamic gamma
15 DOTS Total number of dots adjustment
16 DPON Direct power-on setting
17 ERR Error information inquiry
18 FCONTDRV Focus lens continuous drive control
19 FREEZE Freeze status
20 FSTEPDRV Focus lens step drive control
21 GAMMA Gamma adjustment
22 GUIDE Guide setting
23 HPIX / VPIX Horizontal/Vertical resolution adjustment
24 HPOS / VPOS Horizontal/Vertical position adjustment
25 HUE Hue setting
26 IMAGE Image mode setting
27 IMAGEFLIP Flip display
28 INPUT Input selection
29 KEYLOCK Keylock setting
30 LAMP Lamp output setting
31 LAMPCOUNTER Lamp ON time inquiry
32 LANG Language select
33 LEDILLUMINATE Emotional LED lighting control
34 LMPT Lamp time inquiry
35 MAIN Front panel operation emulation
36 FTONEADJ Flesh tone adjustment
37 MODE Control mode switch
38 MUTE Mute control
39 NOSIG Display screen when no signal setting
40 PJON Display screen at startup setting
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Item Commands Description
41 PMM Power management
42 POWER This controls the power supply
43 PRODCODE Product information inquiry
44 PROG Progressive setting
45 RC Remote control operation emulate
46 RCCH Remote control channel setting
47 RESET Reset
48 RGBGAIN RGB gain adjustment
49 RGBOFFSET RGB offset adjustment
50 ROMVER ROM version inquiry
51 SAT Color saturation setting
52 SCRNASPECT Screen aspect setting
53 SEL Input signal selection
54 SHARP Sharpness setting
55 SIGNALSTATUS Signal status inquiry
56 TEMP Temperature inquiry
57 TMPL Temperature limit inquiry
58 TRACK Tracking adjustment
59 VKS Vertical keystone setting
60 WB Screen color correction
61 WBRGB Screen color correction (ADJUST)
62 ZCONTDRV Zoom lens continuous drive control
63 ZSTEPDRV Zoom lens step drive control
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6. Details of Command
Descriptions of each command are provided starting from the next page.
The command descriptions have the format shown below.
Alphabetic command name
This briefly describes the command function.
Format
This indicates the command format.
Environment
This defines the environments that support the command (power supply state, input signal state).
Power*1 Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
*2 *3 *4 *5 *5 *5 *5 *5 *5 *6
*1 Power Executable regardless of power supply state when marked by “-“.
*2 OFF “O” when power supply state is OFF.
*3 ON “O” when power supply state is ON.
*4 PM “O” when the power supply state is enabled while power management is in standby.
*5 Input The command is enabled in states marked by “O”.
The command is executable regardless of input when marked by “-“.
*6 None Input signal is required when “X“.
Response
This describes the command response.
Description
This includes the command function, conditions, and notes.
Example
This provides command usage examples.
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6AXADJ
6-axis adjustment ON/OFF
Format
6AXADJ=<6-axis adjustment parameter:ID>
GET□6AXADJ / ?△6AXADJ
<6-axis adjustment parameter:ID>
ON This sets the 6-axis adjustment to ON.
OFF This sets the 6-axis adjustment to OFF.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET 6AXADJ' or '?6AXADJ', current 6-axis adjustment state is returned in
'g:6AXADJ=<6-axis adjustment parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to select ON or OFF for the 6-axis adjustment.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustments" - "Advanced
adjustments" - "6-axis adjustment" are selected on the menu.
(3) In the case of "6-axis adjustment," set the hue and color saturation of each axis using the
6AXR to Y "6-axis correction R to Y hue/color saturation setting" commands.
(4) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(5) The current 6-axis adjustment setting can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET
6AXADJ")
Example
Control
> 6AXADJ=ON The 6-axis adjustment is set to ON.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET 6AXADJ or ?6AXADJ The 6-axis adjustment ON or OFF setting is obtained.
< g:6AXADJ=ON
*Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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6AXR-Y
6-axis correction R-Y hue/saturation settings
Format
6AXR=<R hue:Number>▽<R saturation:Number>
6AXG=<G hue:Number>▽<G saturation:Number>
6AXB=<B hue:Number>▽<B saturation:Number>
6AXC=<C hue:Number>▽<C saturation:Number>
6AXM=<M hue:Number>▽<M saturation:Number>
6AXY=<Y hue:Number>▽<Y saturation:Number>
GET□6AXR / ?△6AXR
GET□6AXG / ?△6AXG
GET□6AXB / ?△6AXB
GET□6AXC / ?△6AXC
GET□6AXM / ?△6AXM
GET□6AXY / ?△6AXY
Setting values for <R/G/B/C/M/Y hue:Number> are -20 to 20.
Setting values for <R/G/B/C/M/Y saturation:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET 6AX*' or '?6AX*', current 6-axis correction R-Y hue/saturation settings are returned as
'g:6AX*=<*hue: Number>,<*saturation:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the 6-axis correction of the hue and color saturation for R to Y.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustments" - "Advanced
adjustments" - "6-axis color adjustment" are selected on the menu.
(3) If numerical parameters are outside the range, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(4) These commands take effect when they have been set to valid using the 6-axis adjustment
command (6AXADJ), and they can be set separately.
(5) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(6) The current 6-axis color correction can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET
6AXR/G/B/C/M/Y")
Example
Setting
> 6AXR=-8, 5 The R hue is set to –8, and the color saturation is set to 5.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET 6AXR or ?6AXR This retrieves the R hue and color saturation.
< g:6AXR=12, -8
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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ASCOMBO_*
Defines auto setup combination
Format
ASCOMBO_AF=<Auto set combination parameter:ID>
ASCOMBO_AVK=<Auto set combination parameter:ID>
ASCOMBO_AINP=<Auto set combination parameter:ID>
ASCOMBO_ASC=<Auto set combination parameter:ID>
GET□ASCOMBO_AF / ? ASCOMBO_AF
GET□ASCOMBO_AVK / ? ASCOMBO_AVK
GET□ASCOMBO_AINP / ? ASCOMBO_AINP
GET□ASCOMBO_ASC / ? ASCOMBO_ASC
<Auto set combination parameter:ID>
ON Combine
OFF Do not combine
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if automatic setup combination was set properly.
For 'GET ASCOMBO_*' or '? ASCOMBO_*', current auto setup sequence combination is returned as
'g:ASCOMBO_*=ON' or
'g:ASCOMBO_*=OFF'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets whether to combine a sequence in the auto setup.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "System settings" - "Auto setup" are
selected on the menu.
(3) Even if it has been set using this command, AUTOSETEXE may not be executed depending on
other status of the projector (screen aspect, etc.).
(4) Also refer to the AUTOSETEXE command.
(5) The current auto setup combination can be obtained using the GET command.
Example
Setting
> ASCOMBO_AF=ON Auto focusing is executed during auto setup execution.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET ASCOMBO_AVK or ?ASCOMBO_AVK Auto focus execution setting in current auto setup is obtained.
< g:ASCOMBO_AVK=ON
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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ASPECT
Screen settings
Format
ASPECT=<Screen setting parameters:ID>
GET□ASPECT / ?△ASPECT
<Screen setting parameters:ID>
AUTO Auto
4:3 4:3
16:9 16:9
FULL Full screen
ZOOM Zoom
TRUE Real
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM Parameter D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X AUTO ○ ○ ○ ○ × ○ *4
4:3 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ *4
16:9 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ *4
FULL *5 *5 *5 × × × *4
ZOOM × × × *1 *2 *1 *4
TRUE ○ ○ ○ *3 × *3 *4
*1 Valid when screen aspect (16:9 or 16:9 DIS) and SD signals
*2 Settable when screen aspect (16:9 or 16:9 DIS)
*3 Progressive allowable (however, 1080p is non-allowable)
*4 Allowable/Non-Allowable differs according to selected input signal
*5 Settable when screen aspect (16:10)
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET ASPECT' or '?ASPECT', current screen display mode is returned as
'g:ASPECT=<Screen setting parameters:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the screen sizes.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Display settings" - "Aspect" are selected on
the menu.
(3) If the command cannot be supported, 'INVALID_SOURCE' is returned as an error response.
(4) If the necessary signals are not input, 'NO_SIGNAL' is returned.
(5) The final screen settings are retained even when the power is turned off. However, the screen
settings may be different if the input terminal or input signal is changed.
(6) The GET command can be used to retrieve the current screen display mode. ("GET ASPECT")
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Example
Setting
> ASPECT=16:9 This sets the screen size to WIDE.
> i:OK
Reference
> GET ASPECT or ?ASPECT This retrieves the screen size.
< g:ASPECT=TRUE
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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AUTOPC
Auto PC
Format
AUTOPC
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X X O O X X X X
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the control was executed properly.
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This executes Auto PC.
(2) This command is identical to pressing the “AUTOPC” button on the remote control.
(3) If the input is neither "A-RGB1" nor "A-RGB2", 'e:200X INVALID_SOURCE(***)' is returned
as an error response.
(4) If signals are not input, "e:2010 NO_SIGNAL" is returned.
(5) Execution of this command may modify the following setting values.
・Total number of dots
・Tracking
・Horizontal/vertical positions
・Number of horizontal/vertical display dots
(6) To confirm modified setting values, use the GET command of the respective parameter.
For details, refer to the GET commands below.
Setting GET
Total number of dots GET DOTS
Tracking GET TRACK
Horizontal position GET HPOS
Vertical position GET VPOS
Number of horizontal display dots GET HPIX
Number of vertical display dots GET VPIX
Example
> AUTOPC
< i:OK
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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AUTOSETEXE
Auto setup
Format
AUTOSETEXE□<Auto set parameter:ID>
<Auto set parameter:ID>
FOCUS Auto focusing
VKS Auto keystone (vertical) execution
SCRN Automatic screen color correction execution
INPUT Automatic signal sensing execution
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
“i:OK” is returned when the automatic processing was completed successfully.
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to execute auto setup.
(2) One of the following responses is returned if auto setup cannot be executed due to projector
settings.
Type
Projector
settings FOCUS VKS SCRN INPUT
Error response
BLANK × ○ × ○ 'e:1006 NOW_BLANK'
FREEZE × × × × 'e:1009 NOW_FREEZE'
D.ZOOM × × × × 'e:100A NOW_D.ZOOM' ○:Executable
DIS* × × × ○ 'e:1008 INVALID_SCREEN_ASPECT' ×:Non-executable
* DIS:Digital Image Shift
(3) One of the following responses is returned if an error has been detected at any part of the auto
setup.
Type Response
FOCUS 'e:F002 SYSTEM (AF)'
VKS 'e:F004 SYSTEM (AK)'
SCRN 'e:F005 SYSTEM (ASC)'
(4) If the input signal cannot be detected using the automatic signal sensing,
'i:INPUT_NOT_FOUND' is returned.
(5) When automatic screen color correction (SCRN) has been completed successfully, the screen
color correction (WB) is set to "ADJUST".
(6) There are no parameters to be executed together. Execute them separately.
Example
Setting
> AUTOSETEXE FOCUS Auto focusing is executed.
< i:OK
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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AVOL
Audio volume adjustment
Format
AVOL=<Audio volume level:Number>
GET□AVOL / ?△AVOL
Setting values for <Audio volume level:Number> are 0 to 20.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET AVOL' or '?AVOL', current audio volume level is returned as
'g:AVOL=<Audio volume level:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This adjusts the volume.
(2) This command is identical to pressing the “VOL+” and "VOL-" button on the remote control or
the "VOL" on the front panel.
(3) If numerical parameters are outside the range, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(4) The volume level can be set even while the sound is muted.
(5) The GET command can be used to retrieve the current volume. ("GET AVOL")
Example
Setting
> AVOL=18 This sets the volume to 18.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET AVOL or ?AVOL This retrieves the volume.
< g:AVOL=18
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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BLANK
BLANK function
Format
BLANK=<BLANK parameter:ID>
GET□BLANK / ?△BLANK
<BLANK parameter:ID>
ON BLANK ON
OFF BLANK OFF.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET BLANK' or '?BLANK', current BLANK status is returned as
'g:BLANK=ON'
'g:BLANK=OFF'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to set the BLANK function.
(2) This command is identical to pressing the “VOL+” and "VOL-" button.
(3) The current BLANK settings can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET BLANK")
Example
Setting
> BLANK=ON BLANK is set to ON.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET BLANK or ?BLANK The current BLANK status is referenced.
< g:BLANK=ON
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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BLANKCOLOR
Screen when BLANK setting
Format
BLANKCOLOR=<Screen when BLANK setting parameter:ID>
GET□BLANKCOLOR / ?△BLANKCOLOR
<Screen when BLANK setting parameter:ID>
BLACK Black screen
BLUE Blue screen
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET BLANKCOLOR' or '?BLANKCOLOR', current screen when BLANK setting is returned as
'g:BLANKCOLOR=<BLANK display screen setting parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to set the screen when BLANK.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Display settings" - "User screen setting" -
"Screen when blank" are selected on the menu.
(3) The current screen when BLANK setting can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET
BLANKCOLOR")
Example
Setting
> BLANKCOLOR=BLACK Set to "Black screen" when screen is BLANK.
< Ok
Reference
> GET BLANKCOLOR or ?BLANKCOLOR Screen when BLANK setting is obtained.
< g:BLANKCOLOR=BLACK
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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BRI
Brightness setting
Format
BRI=<Brightness setting:Number>
GET□BRI / ?△BRI
Setting values for <Brightness setting:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET BRI' or '?BRI', current brightness is returned as
'g:BRI=<Brightness setting:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the screen brightness.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustments" - "Brightness" are
selected on the menu.
(3) If numerical parameters are outside the range, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(4) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(5) The current brightness can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET BRI")
Example
Setting
> BRI=-10 This sets the brightness to -10.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET BRI or ?BRI This retrieves the brightness.
< g:BRI=-10
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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BVOL
BEEP sound setting
Format
BVOL=<Beep sound setting:Number>
GET□BVOL / ?△BVOL
<Beep sound setting:Number>
0 BEEP sound mute
1 BEEP sound output
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET BVOL' or '?BVOL', current BEEP sound setting is returned as
'g:BVOL=<Beep sound setting:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the BEEP sound output.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "System setting" - "Electronic sound" are
selected on the menu.
(3) The beep sound can be set even while the sound is muted, but it will not sound even if (beep
sound output) has been set.
(4) The current beep sound output status can be acquired using the applicable GET command.
("GET BVOL")
Example
Setting
> BVOL=0 This mutes the BEEP sound.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET BVOL or ?BVOL This retrieves the BEEP sound output state.
< g:BVOL=1
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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COMVER
User command version inquiry
Format
GET□COMVER / ?△COMVER
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
- -
Response
Returns the user command version as
g:COMVER="<User command version:Character string>"
<User command version>:=99.9999
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This inquires about the user command version of the projector.
(2) This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector.
(3) The user command version consists of a 2-digit number followed by a 4-digit number. Question
marks may appear in place of the numerals if the firmware has not been upgraded correctly.
(Example "??:????")
Example
> GET COMVER or ? COMVER
< g:COMVER="01.0000"
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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CONT
Contrast setting
Format
CONT=<Contrast setting:Number>
GET□CONT / ?△CONT
Setting values for <Contrast setting:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET CONT' or '?CONT', current contrast setting is returned as
'g:CONT=<Contrast setting:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the screen contrast.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Contrast setting"
are selected on the menu.
(3) If numerical parameters are outside the range, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(4) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(5) The current contrast can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET CONT")
Example
Setting
> CONT=3 This sets the contrast to +3.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET CONT or ?CONT This retrieves the contrast.
< g:CONT=3
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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DGAMMA
Dynamic gamma
Format
DGAMMA=<Dynamic gamma setting parameter:ID>
GET□DGAMMA / ?△DGAMMA
<Dynamic gamma setting parameter:ID>
OFF Off
WEAK Weak
STRONG Strong
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET DGAMMA' or '?DGAMMA', current dynamic gamma setting is returned as
'g:DGAMMA=<Dynamic gamma setting parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) The command is used to set the dynamic gamma function.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Advanced
adjustment" - "Dynamic gamma" are selected on the menu.
(3) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(4) The current dynamic gamma function status can be acquired using the applicable GET
command. ("GET DGAMMA")
Example
Setting
> DGAMMA=WEAK This sets the dynamic gamma function to WEAK.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET DGAMMA or ?DGAMMA This retrieves the dynamic gamma function state.
< g:DGAMMA=WEAK
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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DOTS
Total number of dots adjustment
Format
DOTS=<Number of dots:Number>
GET□DOTS / ?△DOTS
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X X O O X X X X
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET DOTS' or '?DOTS', current total number of dots is returned as
'g:DOTS=<Number of dots:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This designates the total number of dots for one horizontal period.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Display setting" - "Input signal settings" -
"Total number of dots" are selected on the menu.
(3) If the input is neither "A-RGB1" nor "A-RGB2", 'e:200X INVALID_SOURCE(***)' is returned
as an error response.
(4) If signals are not input, 'e:2010 NO_SIGNAL' is returned.
(5) Adjustment range is limited. If number is invalid, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(6) The GET command can be used to obtain the current total number of dots. ("GET DOTS")
Example
Setting
> DOTS=1650 The total number of dots is 1650.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET DOTS or ?DOTS This retrieves the total number of dots.
< g:DOTS=1200
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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DPON
Direct power-on setting
Format
DPON=<Direct power-on setting parameter:ID>
GET□DPON / ?△DPON
<Direct power-on setting parameter:ID>
ON This sets direct power-on to ON.
OFF This sets direct power-on to OFF.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET DPON' or '?DPON', current direct power-on setting is returned as
'g:DPON=<Direct power-on setting parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to set direct power-on function to ON or OFF.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "System setting" - "Direct power-on" are
selected on the menu.
(3) Direct power-on cannot be set to ON when "OFF" has been selected as the power management
setting (PMM=OFF).
("e:1004 POWER_MANAGEMENT_OFF" is returned.)
(4) The current direct power-on setting can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET DPON")
Example
Setting
> DPON=ON Direct power-on is set to ON.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET DPON on ?DPON The current direct power-on setting is obtained.
< g:DPON=ON
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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ERR
Error information inquiry
Format
GET□ERR / ?△ERR
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
- -
Response
Returns the current error information as
'g:ERR=<ErrorID:Character string>'
<ErrorID:Character string>
NO_ERROR No error
ABNORMAL_TEMPERATURE Temperature error
FAULTY_LAMP Lamp error
FAULTY_LAMP_COVER Lamp cover error
FAULTY_COOLING_FAN Cooling fan error
FAULTY_POWER_SUPPLY Power supply error
FAULTY_AK AK error
FAULTY_ASC ASC error
FAULTY_AF AF error
FAULTY_POWER_ZOOM Zoom error
FAULTY_POWER_FOCUS Focus error
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This inquires about the current error information.
(2) This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector.
(3) Information when the warning LED of the projector is flashing can be obtained.
"NO_ERROR" is returned when the warning LED is not lighted.
Example
> GET ERR or ? ERR
< g:ERR=FAULTY_LAMP
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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FCONTDRV
Focus lens continuous drive control
Format
FCONTDRV=<Focus lens continuous control parameter:ID>
<Focus lens continuous control parameter:ID>
STOP This stops the focusing.
FAR This initiates focusing toward the far end.
NEAR This initiates focusing toward the near end.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned when the drive was completed successfully.
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to drive the focus lens.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when first the "FOCUS" button on the remote
control or main unit panel is pressed and then the "↑" or "↓" button is pressed.
(3) Focus drive is started by specifying "NEAR" or "FAR".
To stop the drive, add the "STOP" parameter and send this command.
If no instruction was given to stop the drive, the drive stops at the drive direction end.
(4) The following commands are acknowledged during focus drive, but focus drive will also stop at
the same time.
a. POWER
b. FCONTDRV=STOP
(5) The following commands are acknowledged during focus drive, and a response is returned
while the drive continues.
a. GET MODE e. GET PRODCODE i. LOCAL
b. GET POWER f. GET ROMVER j. RC
c. GET ERR g. GET COMVER k. MAIN
d. GET LAMPCOUNTER h. REMOTE l. [NULL]
(6) For other commands not included in (4) nor (5), "i:BUSY (FOCUS)" is returned, and focus
drive continues.
(7) There are no GET commands available for this command.
Example
Control
> FCONTDRV=NEAR Control over the focusing to the near end is started.
< i:OK
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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FREEZE
Freeze status
Format
FREEZE=<FREEZE parameter:ID>
GET□FREEZE / ?△FREEZE
<FREEZE parameter:ID>
ON Image now frozen
OFF Image now not frozen
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET FREEZE' or '?FREEZE', current freeze status is returned as
'gFREEZE=ON'
'g:FREEZE=OFF'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to freeze the image.
(2) This command is identical to pressing the “FREEZE” button on the remote control.
(3) The current freeze status can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET FREEZE")
Example
Setting
> FREEZE=ON Freezes image.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET FREEZE or ?FREEZE The current freeze status is referenced.
< g:FREEZE=ON
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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FSTEPDRV
Focus lens step drive control
Format
FSTEPDRV=<Focus lens step control parameter:ID>
<Focus lens step control parameter:ID>
FAR This initiates focusing toward the far end.
NEAR This initiates focusing toward the near end.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned when focusing was completed successfully after step drive.
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to drive the focus lens.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when first the "FOCUS" button on the remote
control or main unit panel is pressed and then the "←" or "→" button is pressed.
(3) The amount by which the lens is focused is constant, and it is fixed for the system.
(4) If a focusing error occurs, step drive cannot be controlled.
(5) There are no GET commands available for this command.
Example
Control
> FSTEPDRV=NEAR 1-step control is exercised over the focus toward the NEAR end.
< I:OK
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<"..
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FTONEADJ
Flesh tone adjustment
Format
FTONEADJ=<Flesh tone adjustment parameter:ID>
GET□FTONEADJ / ?△FTONEADJ
<Memory color adjustment parameter:ID>
OFF No adjustment
FTONE_L Flesh tone adjustment - light
FTONE_M Flesh tone adjustment - medium
FTONE_H Flesh tone adjustment - heavy
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned when flesh tone has been adjusted successfully.
For 'GET FTONEADJ' or '?FTONEADJ', current flesh tone adjustment is returned as
'g:FTONEADJ=<Flesh tone adjustment parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used by selecting "No adjustment", "Flesh tone adjustment - light" to "Flesh
tone adjustment - heavy".
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Advanced
adjustment" - "Flesh tone adjustment" are selected on the menu.
(3) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(4) The current flesh tone adjustment setting can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET
FTONEADJ")
(5) With the WUX10, "Memory color adjustment" function is not available.
Example
Control
> FTONEADJ=FTONE_M This sets the tone adjustment to "Flesh tone adjustment - medium".
< i:OK
Reference
> GET FTONEADJ or ?FTONEADJ This retrieves the flesh tone adjustment level.
< g:FTONEADJ=FTONE_M
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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GAMMA
Gamma adjustment
Format
GAMMA=<Gamma adjustment:Number>
GET□GAMMA / ?△GAMMA
Setting values for <Gamma adjustment: Number> are -10 to 10.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET GAMMA' or '?GAMMA', current gamma adjustment is returned as
'g:GAMMA=<Gamma adjustment:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This performs the Gamma adjustment.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Gamma adjustment"
are selected on the menu.
(3) If numerical parameters are outside the range, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(4) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(5) The current gamma adjustment can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET
GAMMA")
Example
Setting
> GAMMA=-1 This sets the gamma correction to –1.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET GAMMA or ?GAMMA This retrieves the gamma adjustment.
< g:GAMMA=3
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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GUIDE
Guide setting
Format
GUIDE=<Guide setting parameter:ID>
GET□GUIDE / ?△GUIDE
<Guide setting parameter: ID>
ON Guide display ON
OFF Guide display OFF
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET GUIDE' or '?GUIDE', current guide setting is returned as
'g:GUIDE=<Guide setting parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to set the guide function display to ON or OFF.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "System setting" - "Guide" are selected on
the menu.
(3) The guide is cleared immediately when "GUIDE=OFF" is received while the guide is
displayed.
(4) The current guide setting can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET GUIDE")
Example
Setting
> GUIDE=ON The guide display is set to ON.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET GUIDE or ?GUIDE The guide display setting status is obtained.
< g:GUIDE=ON
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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HPIX/VPIX
Horizontal/Vertical resolution adjustmen
Format
HPIX=<Horizontal resolution:Number>
VPIX=<Vertical resolution:Number>
GET□HPIX / ?△HPIX
GET□VPIX / ?△VPIX
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X O O O X X X X
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET HPIX' or '?HPIX' ('GET VPIX' or '?VPIX'), current horizontal (vertical) resolution is returned as
'g:HPIX=<Horizontal resolution:Number>'
('g:VPIX=<Vertical resolution:Number>')
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This adjusts the horizontal and vertical resolution (number of dots) on the screen.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Display setting" - "Input signal settings" -
"Horizontal resolution adjustment" or "Vertical resolution adjustment" are selected on the
menu.
(3) If the input is neither "A-RGB1" nor "A-RGB2", 'e:200X INVALID_SOURCE(***)' is returned
as an error response.
(4) If signals are not input, 'e:2010 NO_SIGNAL' is returned.
(5) Adjustment range is limited. If number is invalid, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(6) The GET command can be used to retrieve the current horizontal and vertical position. ("GET
HPIX" "GET VPIX")
Example
Setting
> HPIX=1024 This sets the horizontal resolution to 1024.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET VPIX or ?VPIX This retrieves the vertical resolution.
< g:VPIX= 864
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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HPOS/VPOS
Horizontal/Vertical position adjustment
Format
HPOS=<Horizontal position:Number>
VPOS=<Vertical position:Number>
GET□HPOS / ?△HPOS
GET□VPOS / ?△VPOS
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X X O O X X X X
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET HPOS' or '?HPOS' ('GET VPOS' or '?VPOS'), current horizontal (vertical) position is returned as
'g:HPOS=<Horizontal position:Number>'
('g:VPOS=<Vertical position:Number>')
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This adjusts the horizontal and vertical position on the screen.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Display setting" - "Input signal settings" -
"Horizontal position adjustment" or "Vertical position adjustment" are selected on the menu.
(3) If the input is neither "A-RGB1" nor "A-RGB2", 'e:200X INVALID_SOURCE(***)' is returned
as an error response.
(4) If signals are not input, 'e:2010 NO_SIGNAL' is returned.
(5) Adjustment range is limited. If number is invalid, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(6) The GET command can be used to retrieve the current horizontal and vertical position. ("GET
HPOS" "GET VPOS")
Example
Setting
>HPOS=12 This sets the horizontal position to 12.
<i:OK
Reference
>GET VPOS or ?VPOS This acquires the vertical position.
<g:VPOS=8
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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HUE
Hue setting
Format
HUE=<Hue setting value:Number>
GET□HUE / ?△HUE
Setting values for <Hue setting value:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
O O
X O X X X X
O
X
X
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET HUE' or '?HUE', current hue setting is returned as
'g:HUE=<Hue setting value:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the screen hue.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Color adjustment" -
"Hue setting" are selected on the menu.
(3) If the input is neither "COMP" nor "VIDEO", 'e:200X INVALID_SOURCE(***)' is returned as
an error response.
(4) When input is "VIDEO" and signals are not input, 'e:2010 NO_SIGNAL' is returned.
(5) If numerical parameters are outside the range, "e:0801 INVALID_VALUE" is returned.
(6) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(7) The GET command can be used to retrieve the current hue. ("GET HUE")
Example
Setting
>HUE=8 This sets the hue to +8.
<i:OK
Reference
>GET HUE or ?HUE This retrieves the hue.
<g:HUE=1
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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IMAGE
Image mode setting
Format
IMAGE=<Image mode setting parameter:ID>
GET□IMAGE / ?△IMAGE
<Image mode setting parameter:ID>
STANDARD Standard
PRESENTATION Presentation
SRGB sRGB
MOVIE Movie
PHOTO Environmental light compatible sRGB
DCM_SIM DICOM monochrome *
* "e:000A INVALID_PARAMETER" is returned if the model is not DICOM compatible
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET IMAGE' or '?IMAGE', current image mode is returned as
'g:IMAGE=<Image mode setting parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the image quality.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Image mode setting"
are selected on the menu.
(3) The final settings for the image mode are retained even when the power is turned off.
(4) Changing the setting may modify the following setting values.
Setting Commands related to the settings
Brightness BRI
Contrast CONT
Sharpness SHARP
Gamma adjustment GAMMA
Dynamic gamma DGAMMA
Progressive PROG
Saturation/Hue SAT/ HUE
Memory color adjustment MEMCADJ
RGB gain/offset adjustment RGBGAIN/RGBOFFSET
Lamp mode LAMP
6-axis adjustment 6AXADJ
6-axis color correction 6AXR~Y
(5) The current image quality can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET IMAGE")
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Example
Setting
> IMAGE=PRESENTATION This sets the image mode to "Presentation".
< i:OK
Reference
> GET IMAGE or ?IMAGE This references the current image mode.
< g:IMAGE=CINEMA
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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IMAGEFLIP
Flip display
Format
IMAGEFLIP=<Image flip setting parameters:ID>
GET□IMAGEFLIP / ?△IMAGEFLIP
<Image flip setting parameters:ID>
NONE None
CEILING Ceiling, Flip horizontally
REAR Rear, Flip vertically
REAR_CEILING Rear ceiling, Flip horizontally and vertically
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET IMAGEFLIP' or '?IMAGEFLIP', current flip display setting is returned as
'g:IMAGEFLIP=<Image flip setting parameters:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to flip the screen display in various ways (vertically or horizontally).
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Display setting" - "Flip display" are
selected on the menu.
(3) When the display is flipped, the "keystone distortion" settings are initialized (set to VKS:0).
(4) The current flip display status can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET
IMAGEFLIP")
Example
Setting
> IMAGEFLIP=REAR This displays the image backwards (flip vertically) on the screen.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET IMAGEFLIP or ?IMAGEFLIP This retrieves the flip display state.
< g:IMAGEFLIP=REAR_CEILING
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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INPUT
Input selection
Format
INPUT=<Input selection parameters:ID>
GET□INPUT / ?△INPUT
<Input selection parameters:ID>
D-RGB D-RGB
A-RGB1 A-RGB1
A-RGB2 A-RGB2
COMP Component
VIDEO Video
HDMI HDMI
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET INPUT' or '?INPUT', current input selection is returned as
'g:INPUT=<Input selection parameters:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This controls the input selection.
(2) This command is identical to pressing the “INPUT” button on the remote control.
(3) The input can be selected automatically using the auto setup command
(AUTOSETEXE=INPUT).
(4) The current input can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET INPUT")
Example
Setting
> INPUT=VIDEO The input is set to VIDEO.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET INPUT or ?INPUT This retrieves the input signal.
< g:INPUT=A-RGB1
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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KEYLOCK
Keylock setting
Format
KEYLOCK=<Key lock setting parameters:ID>
GET□KEYLOCK / ?△KEYLOCK
<Key lock setting parameters:ID>
OFF No locking (OFF)
MAIN Main key lock
RC Remote control key lock
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET KEYLOCK' or '?KEYLOCK', current keylocking setting is returned as
'g:KEYLOCK=<Key lock setting parameters:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to lock the keys so as to restrict the operations performed using the
remote control or main unit.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "System setting" - "Key lock" are selected
on the menu.
(3) This command will not affect the emulation function (remote control or main unit commands)
even if the main unit or remote control keys are locked.
(4) The current key lock setting can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET
KEYLOCK")
Example
Setting
> KEYLOCK=RC This locks the remote control keys.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET KEYLOCK or ?KEYLOCK This retrieves the key lock state.
< g:KEYLOCK=OFF
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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LAMP
Lamp output setting
Format
LAMP=<Lamp output setting parameters:ID>
GET□LAMP / ?△LAMP
<Lamp output setting parameters:ID>
NORMAL Normal
SILENT Silent cooling
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the parameter was set properly.
For 'GET LAMP' or '?LAMP', current lamp output is returned as
'g:LAMP=<Lamp output setting parameters:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to set the light quantity of the lamp to "NORMAL" or "SILENT"
(reduced light quantity appropriate for silent cooling).
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Lamp mode setting"
are selected on the menu.
(3) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(4) The current lamp output can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET LAMP")
Example
Setting
> LAMP=NORMAL The lamp output is set to “NORMAL”.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET LAMP or ?LAMP This retrieves the lamp output.
< g:LAMP=SILENT
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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LAMPCOUNTER
Lamp ON time inquiry
Format
GET□LAMPCOUNTER / ?△LAMPCOUNTER
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 COMP VIDEO HDMI None
- -
Response
Returns current lamp on time as
'g:LAMPCOUNTER="<Lamp ON time:Character string>"'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
<Lamp ON time:Character string>
Lamp ON time ON time:H
"[G_______]" 0~ 359
"[GG______]" 360~ 719
"[GGG_____]" 720~ 1079
"[GGGG____]" 1080~1439
"[GGGGG___]" 1440~1799
"[GGGGGY__]" 1800~1899
"[GGGGGYY_]" 1900~1999
"[GGGGGYYR]" 2000~
For all other responses, refer to "Error List."
Description
(1) This inquires about the current lamp ON time.
(2) This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector.
Example
> GET LAMPCOUNTER or ? LAMPCOUNTER
< g:LAMPCOUNTER="[GG______]"
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".

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