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  • Brand: Canon
  • Product: Projector
  • Model/name: WUX4000
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

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© 2011 CANON INC. YT1-1435-001
MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR
WUX5000 / WUX4000
User Commands
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Table of Contents
1. Overview .................................................................................................................1
2. Communication Specifications.................................................................................2
Communication Specifications ................................................................................................................... 2
Usable Character Codes.............................................................................................................................. 3
Communication System (Serial)................................................................................................................. 4
Communication System (LAN)................................................................................................................... 4
Commands................................................................................................................................................... 5
Response ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
Other............................................................................................................................................................ 7
3. Communication Flow...............................................................................................8
Transmission sent ....................................................................................................................................... 8
Transmission received................................................................................................................................. 8
Command / Response .................................................................................................................................. 8
Response Reception Timeout ...................................................................................................................... 8
Control Mode ............................................................................................................................................... 8
Other............................................................................................................................................................ 8
4. Command System...................................................................................................9
5. Command List ....................................................................................................... 11
6. Details of Commands ............................................................................................13
6AXADJ .................................................................................................................................... 14
6AXR-Y ..................................................................................................................................... 15
AMBADJ................................................................................................................................... 16
AMBLEVEL.............................................................................................................................. 17
AMBTYPE ................................................................................................................................ 18
ASPECT.................................................................................................................................... 19
AUTOPC................................................................................................................................... 21
AUTOSETEXE ......................................................................................................................... 22
AVOL......................................................................................................................................... 23
BLANK ..................................................................................................................................... 24
BRI............................................................................................................................................ 25
COLOR_TEMP......................................................................................................................... 26
COMVER .................................................................................................................................. 27
CONT........................................................................................................................................ 28
DGAMMA ................................................................................................................................. 29
DZOOM_POS............................................................................................................................ 30
DZOOM_RAT............................................................................................................................ 31
ERR........................................................................................................................................... 32
FINE_GAMMA_R .................................................................................................................... 33
FINE_GAMMA_G .................................................................................................................... 34
FINE_GAMMA_B .................................................................................................................... 35
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FREEZE.................................................................................................................................... 36
GAMMA.................................................................................................................................... 37
HDMI_IN.................................................................................................................................. 38
HDMI_OVSCAN....................................................................................................................... 39
HUE .......................................................................................................................................... 40
IMAGE...................................................................................................................................... 41
IMAGEFLIP ............................................................................................................................. 43
INPUT....................................................................................................................................... 44
LAMP........................................................................................................................................ 45
LAMPCOUNTER ..................................................................................................................... 46
MAIN ........................................................................................................................................ 47
MEMCADJ ............................................................................................................................... 48
MODE ....................................................................................................................................... 49
MUTE ....................................................................................................................................... 50
NR ............................................................................................................................................. 51
POWER..................................................................................................................................... 52
PRODCODE ............................................................................................................................. 53
RC ............................................................................................................................................. 54
RGBGAIN................................................................................................................................. 56
RGBOFFSET............................................................................................................................ 57
ROMVER .................................................................................................................................. 58
SAT............................................................................................................................................ 59
SAVEIMGPROF ....................................................................................................................... 60
SCRNASPECT.......................................................................................................................... 61
SEL ........................................................................................................................................... 62
SHARP...................................................................................................................................... 63
SIGNAL_INFO......................................................................................................................... 64
SIGNALSTATUS...................................................................................................................... 65
TEMP........................................................................................................................................ 66
7. Error List................................................................................................................67
8. Error Processing....................................................................................................69
9. Other .....................................................................................................................71
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1. Overview
These specifications describe the methods of controlling both the Projector WUX 000 and WUX4000
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(20h) with 0 or more characters, or other separator.
Space(20h) with 1 or more characters, or other separator.
Separator between parameters.
, (comma enclosed in more than 0 space) or
(1 or more space)
[ ] 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 RS-232C or LAN connection.
PC - Projector connection configuration
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
9-pin RS-232C Cable (Cross)
Connection
cable
LAN Cable
LAN 100BASE-TX / 10BASE-T
Send Data SD SD Send Data
Receive Data RD RD Receive Data
Signal Ground SG SG Signal Ground
* Signal lines other than the three SD, RD, and SG lines are not used in the projector.
* Loop back its own signals on the PC side as necessary.
PC
PROJECTOR
Dedicated cable
COM
SERVICE
Network
PC
LAN PORT
LAN PORT
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Usable Character Codes
Use ASCII codes in the red and blue areas.
No distinction is made between double-byte characters and single-byte characters. Do not use
double-byte or triple-byte characters. They will all be recognized as single-byte characters.
Uppercase and lowercase versions of the same alphabetic characters will be recognized as the same
character (case insensitive).
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
0 NUL SP 0 @ P ` p
1 ! 1 A Q a q
2 " 2 B R b r
3 # 3 C S c s
4 $ 4 D T d t
5 % 5 E U e u
6 & 6 F V f v
7 ' 7 G W g w
8 ( 8 H X h x
9 ) 9 I Y i y
A LF * : J Z j z
B + ; K [ k {
C , < L ¥ l |
D CR - = M ] m }
E . > N ^ n ~
F / ? O _ o
Item Specifications
Delimiters
CR(0Dh), LF(0Ah), null 00h
Characters usable as delimiters. These characters alone (single characters) or
CR+LF (0D0Ah) can be used as delimiters.
General Characters
20h to 7Eh
Characters usable in commands.
Invalid Characters
Do not use the codes in regions other than the red and blue areas.
When I used it, and they are handled in the same way as SP(20h).
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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 records with terminals as delimiters
Maximum transmission
length
Maximum of 256 characters (bytes) including delimiters.
Delimiters
Delimiters are one of the following: CR, LF, CR+LF, Null (0).
Response delimiters are identical to command delimiters.
Transmission codes
ASCII code (General-purpose characters: 20h to 7Fh)
(Codes other than those above and delimiters are considered “other
separator codes”)
Communication
procedure
No procedure
Flow control None
Error control None
Break signal Not supported
Timeout
Tc Between characters: 5s
(Timeout between CR and LF is
10ms.)
Tr
Between command / response
interval:
15s
* For information about timeouts, refer to “3. Communication Flow” on P. 8.
Communication System (LAN)
Item Specifications
Communication system Uses the TCP / IP protocol. Port: 33336
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Commands
Transmissions sent from the PC to the projector.
Transmission format
<Command character strings> <Delimiter>
<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
Possibilities of responses from the projector : possible, : not possible
Type Description Response
Null Commands
Character string
Commands with a command character string length of 0. No command
processing is performed.
OK
<Null command character string>
:= <Character string with length 0>
BUSY
WARN
ERR
Control command
Character string
Projector control command. The format is shown below. OK
<Control command character string>
:= <Control name>[□<Parameter value>]
BUSY
WARN
ERR
Setting command
Character string
Command that sets values for each parameter. The format is shown
below.
OK
<Setting command character strings>
:= <Parameter name> = <Parameter value>
For the definition of <Parameter value>, refer to the parameter
definitions.
BUSY
WARN
ERR
Reference
command
Character string
Requests current value of each parameter. The format is shown below. OK
<Reference command character string>
:=? <Parameter name> | GET□<Parameter name>
BUSY
WARN
ERR
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Response
Transmissions sent from the Projector to the PC in response to commands from the PC.
Transmission format
<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 and a : (colon).
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
<Delimiter>
Delimiters for commands sent from the PC.
Type
OK response After the 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
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
WARN response This response is sent when warning information is issued.
Note that the command is not executed in this case.
<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
On the receiving side (the Projector), the data that is able to be received within the character interval
of Tc is held, and the transmission is considered received when the delimiter is received.
If the character interval received exceeds the Tc or if a delimiter is not received within 256 characters,
all data already received is lost, and the mode is reset to standby to receive commands again.
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3. Communication Flow
Transmission sent
At the PC, the transmission is sent within character intervals of Tc (character interval timeout).
Transmission received
At the Projector, the data that is able to be received within the character interval of Tc is held, and the
transmission is considered received when the delimiter is received.
If the character interval received exceeds the Tc or if a delimiter is not received within 256 characters,
all data already received is lost, and the mode is reset to standby to receive commands again.
Command / Response
One response is always returned for each command sent from the PC.
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 the Tr (timeout interval between command and response) while
standing by a waiting response after sending a command from the PC, it is deemed to have exceeded
the “response reception timeout.” Please resend the command.
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 the 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.
For procedures which return “BAD SEQUENCE”, change the procedure, and do not send the next user
command on the PC side before a response for the first command is returned.
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4. Command System
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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 AMBADJ Ambient light correction adjustment ON / OFF
4 AMBLEVEL Ambient light level settings
5 AMBTYPE Ambient light type settings
6 ASPECT Screen settings
7 AUTOPC Auto PC
8 AUTOSETEXE Auto setup
9 AVOL Audio volume adjustment
10 BLANK BLANK function
11 BRI Brightness setting
12 COLOR_TEMP Color temperature setting
13 COMVER User command version inquiry
14 CONT Contrast setting
15 DGAMMA Dynamic gamma
16 DZOOM_POS DZOOM position setting
17 DZOOM_RAT DZOOM ratio setting
18 ERR Error information inquiry
19 FINE_GAMMA_B Fine gamma (B) adjustment
20 FINE_GAMMA_G Fine gamma (G) adjustment
21 FINE_GAMMA_R Fine gamma (R) adjustment
22 FREEZE Freeze status
23 GAMMA Gamma adjustment
24 HDMI_IN HDMI input setting
25 HDMI_OVSCAN HDMI overscan setting
26 HUE Hue setting
27 IMAGE Image mode setting
28 IMAGEFLIP Flip display
29 INPUT Input selection
30 LAMP Lamp output setting
31 LAMPCOUNTER Lamp ON time inquiry
32 MAIN Front panel operation emulation
33 MEMCADJ Memory color adjustment
34 MODE Control mode switch
35 MUTE Mute control
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Item Commands Description
36 NR Noise reduction
37 POWER This controls the power supply
38 PRODCODE Product information inquiry
39 RC Remote control operation emulate
40 RGBGAIN RGB gain adjustment
41 RGBOFFSET RGB offset adjustment
42 ROMVER ROM version inquiry
43 SAT Color saturation setting
44 SAVEIMGPROF Create user memory
45 SCRNASPECT Screen aspect setting
46 SEL Input signal selection
47 SHARP Sharpness setting
48 SIGNAL_INFO Input signal information inquiry
49 SIGNALSTATUS Signal status inquiry
50 TEMP Temperature sensor value inquiry
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6. Details of Commands
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-RGB COMP HDMI None
*2 *3 *4 *5 *5 *5 *5 *5
*1 Power Executable regardless of power supply state when marked by “-“.
*2 OFF "O" if enabled in a power OFF state.
*3 ON "O" if enabled in a power ON state.
*4 PM "O" if enabled while the power management state is in standby state.
*5 Input The command is enabled in states marked by “O”.
The command is executable regardless of input when marked by “-“.
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-RGB COMP 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> <R brightness:Number>
6AXG=<G hue:Number> <G saturation:Number> <G brightness:Number>
6AXB=<B hue:Number> <B saturation:Number> <B brightness:Number>
6AXC=<C hue:Number> <C saturation:Number> <C brightness:Number>
6AXM=<M hue:Number> <M saturation:Number> <M brightness:Number>
6AXY=<Y hue:Number> <Y saturation:Number> <Y brightness: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/Yhue:Number> are -20 to 20.
Setting values for <R/G/B/C/M/Y saturation:Number> are -20 to 20.
Setting values for <R/G/B/C/M/Y brightness:Number> are -20 to 20.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP 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/brightness settings are
returned as
'g:6AX*=<*hue: Number>,<*saturation:Number>,<*brightness: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, 3 The R hue is set to –8, the color saturation is set to 5, and the brightness is set to 3.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET 6AXR or ?6AXR This retrieves the R hue, color saturation, and brightness.
< g:6AXR=12, -8, 4
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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AMBADJ
Ambient light correction adjustment ON / OFF
Format
AMBADJ=<Ambient light correction adjustment parameter:ID>
GET AMBADJ / ? AMBADJ
<Ambient light correction adjustment parameter:ID>
ON This sets the ambient light correction adjustment to ON.
OFF This sets the ambient light correction adjustment to OFF.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if ON / OFF of ambient light correction adjustment was set properly.
For 'GET AMBADJ' or '?AMBADJ', current ambient light correction adjustment setting is returned as
'g:AMBADJ=<Ambient light correction 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 ambient light correction adjustment.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Advanced
adjustment" - "Ambient light" are selected on the menu.
(3) In the case of "Ambient light correction adjustment", set the level using AMB_LEVEL of
"Ambient light level" command, and set the type using AMB_TYPE of "Ambient light type"
command.
(4) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(5) The current ambient light correction adjustment setting can be obtained using the GET
command. ("GET AMBADJ")
Example
Control
> AMBADJ=ON The ambient light correction adjustment is set to ON.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET AMBADJ or ?AMBADJ The ambient light correction adjustment ON or OFF setting is obtained.
< g:AMBADJ=ON
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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AMBLEVEL
Ambient light level settings
Format
AMBLEVEL=<Ambient light level settings parameter:ID>
GET AMBLEVEL / ? AMBLEVEL
<Ambient light level settings parameter:ID>
WEAK This sets the ambient light level to WEAK.
MIDDLE This sets the ambient light level to MIDDLE.
STRONG This sets the ambient light level to STRONG.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if ambient light level was set properly.
For 'GET AMBLEVEL' or '?AMBLEVEL', current ambient light level is returned as
'g:AMBLEVEL=<ambient light level settings parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the ambient light level.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Advanced
adjustment" - "Ambient light" - "Level" are selected on the menu.
(3) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(4) The current ambient light level setting can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET
AMBLEVEL")
Example
Setting
> AMBLEVEL=MIDDLE This sets the ambient light level to MIDDLE.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET AMBLEVEL or ?AMBLEVEL This retrieves the ambient light level.
< g:AMBLEVEL=MIDDLE
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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AMBTYPE
Ambient light type settings
Format
AMBTYPE=<Ambient light type settings parameter:ID>
GET AMBTYPE / ? AMBTYPE
<Ambient light type settings parameter:ID>
TG This sets the ambient light type to Tungsten.
FL This sets the ambient light type to Fluorescent.
FL_H This sets the ambient light type to Fluorescent H.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if ambient light type was set properly.
For 'GET AMBTYPE' or '?AMBTYPE', current ambient light type is returned as
'g:AMBTYPE=<Ambient light type settings parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the ambient light type.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Advanced
adjustment" - "Ambient light" - "Type" are selected on the menu.
(3) This sets the currently selected input signal and image mode.
(4) The current ambient light type setting can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET
AMBTYPE")
Example
Setting
> AMBTYPE=FL This sets the ambient light type to Fluorescent.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET AMBTYPE or ?AMBTYPE This retrieves the ambient light type.
< g:AMBTYPE=FL
* 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
ZOOM Zoom
TRUE Real
FULL Full screen
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM Parameter D-RGB A-RGB HDMI None
X O X AUTO *3
4:3 *3
16:9 *3
ZOOM *1 *3
TRUE *2 *3
FULL *4 *4
*1 Valid when screen aspect (16:9 or 16:9 DIS) and SD signals
*2 Progressive allowable (however, 1080p is non-allowable)
*3 Allowable / Non-Allowable differs according to selected input signal
*4 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 16:9.
< 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-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X X O 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 not "A-RGB", '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
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>
INPUT Automatic signal sensing execution
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP 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.
Projector settings
Type
Error response
INPUT
set to BLANK 'e:1006 NOW_BLANK'
set to FREEZE 'e:1009 NOW_FREEZE'
set to D.ZOOM 'e:100A NOW_D.ZOOM' Executable
set to DIS 'e:1008 INVALID_SCREEN_ASPECT' Non-executable
(3) If the input signal cannot be detected using the automatic signal sensing,
'i:INPUT_NOT_FOUND' is returned.
Example
Setting
> AUTOSETEXE INPUT Automatic signal sensing 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-RGB COMP 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-RGB COMP 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 “BLANK” button on the remote control.
(3) Executing this command in a FREEZE status will cancel the FREEZE status and become
BLANK.
(4) The current BLANK settings can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET BLANK")
Example
Setting
> BLANK=ON Set to "User" screen when screen is BLANK.
< 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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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-RGB COMP 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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COLOR_TEMP
Color temperature setting
Format
COLOR_TEMP=<Color temperature setting:Number>
GET COLOR_TEMP / ? COLOR_TEMP
Setting values for <Color temperature setting:Number> are -17 to 21.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if color temperature was set properly.
For 'GET COLOR_TEMP' or '?COLOR_TEMP', current color temperature setting is returned as
'g:COLOR_TEMP=<Color temperature setting:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the color temperature of the screen.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Color adjustment" -
"Color temperature" 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 color temperature can be obtained using the GET command. ("GET COLOR_TEMP")
Example
Setting
> COLOR_TEMP=3 This sets the color temperature to +3.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET COLOR_TEMP or ?COLOR_TEMP This obtains the color temperature.
< g:COLOR_TEMP=3
* 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-RGB COMP HDMI None
- -
Response
Returns the user command version as
g:COMVER="<User command version:Character string>"
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
<User command version>:=99.9999
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-RGB COMP 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
MIDDLE Middle
STRONG Strong
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP 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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DZOOM_POS
DZOOM position setting
Format
DZOOM_POS=<DZOOM position X:Number>,<DZOOM position Y:Number>
GET DZOOM_POS / ? DZOOM_POS
<DZOOM position X /Y:Number> is a signed integer indicating the central position of the enlarged input image.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X O O O O X
Response
"i:OK" is returned when the DZOOM position setting was completed successfully.
For 'GET DZOOM_POS' or '?DZOOM_POS', the current DZOOM position is returned as
'g:DZOOM_POS=<DZOOM position X:Number>,<DZOOM position Y:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This command is used to set the DZOOM position (center position of the displayed enlarged
input image).
(2) This command is identical to pressing the arrow keys to move while DZOOM is enabled,
however, the position can be specified in more detail.
(3) If a position outside the range is specified, the position is automatically moved to the nearest
position within the range.
(4) 0 for <DZOOM position X / Y:Number> indicates the center position of the input image.
(5) Positive direction for <DZOOM position X / Y:Number> corresponds to RIGHT and UP keys,
and negative direction corresponds to LEFT and DOWN keys.
(6) The numerical value for <DZOOM position X / Y:Number> represents units in pixels of the
input image.
* For example, in a case where an input image of XGA (1024 x 768) size is enlarged twice the
size (range of 512 x 384 is displayed), up to ±256 for <DZOOM position X:Number>, and up to
±192 for <DZOOM position Y:Number> can be specified.
Example
Control
> DZOOM_POS=100,200 This sets the DZOOM position shifted 100 right and 200 up.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET DZOOM_POS or ?DZOOM_POS This retrieves the total number of dots.
< g:DZOOM_POS=100,200
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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DZOOM_RAT
DZOOM ratio setting
Format
DZOOM_RAT=<DZOOM ratio parameter:ID>
GET DZOOM_RAT / ? DZOOM_RAT
<DZOOM ratio parameter:ID>
1 same size (DZOOM disabled)
1.5 1.5x
2 2x
3 3x
4 4x
5 5x
6 6x
8 8x
10 10x
12 12x
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X O O O O X
Response
"i:OK" is returned if DZOOM ratio was set properly.
For 'GET DZOOM_RAT' or '?DZOOM_RAT', current DZOOM ratio is returned as
'g:DZOOM_RAT=<DZOOM ratio parameter:Number>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This sets the DZOOM ratio.
(2) This command is identical to pressing the “DZOOM +” and "DZOOM -" button to set the
desired ratio.
(3) The SET command can be used when DZOOM is disabled and set to other than "1", to enable
DZOOM and display the ratio on the screen .
(4) The SET command can be used when DZOOM is enabled and set to "1", to disable DZOOM
and hide the ratio from the screen.
(5) The GET command can be used to obtain current DZOOM ratio. ("GET DZOOM_RAT")
Example
Control
> DZOOM_RAT=12 This sets the DZOOM to 12x.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET DZOOM_RAT or ?DZOOM_RAT This obtains the DZOOM ratio.
< g:DZOOM_RAT=12
* 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-RGB COMP HDMI None
- -
Response
Returns the current error information as
'g:ERR=<ErrorID:Character string>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
<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_AIR_FILTER Air filter error
FAULTY_POWER_ZOOM Zoom error
FAULTY_POWER_FOCUS Focus error
FAULTY_POWER_LENS_SHIFT Lens shift error
FAULTY_LENS_CONNECTOR Lens connector error
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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FINE_GAMMA_R
Fine gamma (R) adjustment
Format
FINE_GAMMA_R=<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point 1 adjustment value:Number>,
<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point 2 adjustment value:Number>,
,<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number>
GET FINE_GAMMA_R / ? FINE_GAMMA_R
Adjustment values for <Fine gamma (R) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number> are 0 to 1024.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the fine gamma (R) adjustment was set properly.
For 'GET FINE_GAMMA_R' or '?FINE_GAMMA_R', current fine gamma (R) adjustment value is returned as
'g:FINE_GAMMA_R=<Number of adjustment points>:<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point 1
adjustment value:Number>, <Fine gamma (R) adjustment point 2
adjustment value:Number>,
,<Fine gamma (R) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number>
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This executes the fine gamma (R) adjustment.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Advanced
adjustment" - "Fine 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 fine gamma setting can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET
FINE_GAMMA_R")
Example
Setting
> FINE_GAMMA_R=0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
This executes the fine gamma (R) adjustment.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET FINE_GAMMA_R or ?FINE_GAMMA_R
This retrieves the fine gamma (R) adjustment value.
< g:FINE_GAMMA_R=9:0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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FINE_GAMMA_G
Fine gamma (G) adjustment
Format
FINE_GAMMA_G=<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point 1 adjustment value:Number>,
<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point 2 adjustment value:Number>,
,<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number>
GET FINE_GAMMA_G / ? FINE_GAMMA_G
Adjustment values for <Fine gamma (G) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number> are 0 to 1024.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the fine gamma (G) adjustment was set properly.
For 'GET FINE_GAMMA_G' or '?FINE_GAMMA_G', current fine gamma (G) adjustment value is returned as
'g:FINE_GAMMA_G=<Number of adjustment points>:<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point 1
adjustment value:Number>, <Fine gamma (G) adjustment point 2
adjustment value:Number>,
,<Fine gamma (G) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number>
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This executes the fine gamma (G) adjustment.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Advanced
adjustment" - "Fine 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 fine gamma setting can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET
FINE_GAMMA_G")
Example
Setting
> FINE_GAMMA_G=0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
This executes the fine gamma (G) adjustment.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET FINE_GAMMA_G or ?FINE_GAMMA_G
This retrieves the fine gamma (G) adjustment value.
< g:FINE_GAMMA_G=9:0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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FINE_GAMMA_B
Fine gamma (B) adjustment
Format
FINE_GAMMA_B=<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point 1 adjustment value:Number>,
<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point 2 adjustment value:Number>,
,<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number>
GET FINE_GAMMA_B / ? FINE_GAMMA_B
Adjustment values for <Fine gamma (B) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number> are 0 to 1024.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if the fine gamma (B) adjustment was set properly.
For 'GET FINE_GAMMA_B' or '?FINE_GAMMA_B', current fine gamma (B) adjustment value is returned as
'g:FINE_GAMMA_B=<Number of adjustment points>:<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point 1
adjustment value:Number>, <Fine gamma (B) adjustment point 2
adjustment value:Number>,
,<Fine gamma (B) adjustment point n adjustment value:Number>
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This executes the fine gamma (B) adjustment.
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Image adjustment" - "Advanced
adjustment" - "Fine 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 fine gamma setting can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET
FINE_GAMMA_B")
Example
Setting
> FINE_GAMMA_B=0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
This executes the fine gamma (B) adjustment.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET FINE_GAMMA_B or ?FINE_GAMMA_B
This retrieves the fine gamma (B) adjustment value.
< g:FINE_GAMMA_B=9:0,128,256,384,512,640,768,896,1024
* 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-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X O O O 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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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-RGB COMP 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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HDMI_IN
HDMI input setting
Format
HDMI_IN=<HDMI input setting parameter:ID>
GET HDMI_IN / ? HDMI_IN
<HDMI input setting parameter:ID>
AUTO Select this when connecting to an AV equipment. Image processing and
menu displays are adjusted respective to the connected video equipment.
PC Select this when connecting to a computer Image processing and menu
displays are adjusted respective to the connected computer.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X -
Response
"i:OK" is returned if HDMI input was set properly.
For 'GET HDMI_IN' or '?HDMI_IN', current HDMI input setting status is returned as
'g:HDMI_IN=<HDMI input setting parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This switches the HDMI input setting to [AV input] / [PC input].
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "System setting" - "HDMI input" are
selected on the menu.
(3) The current HDMI input setting can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET
HDMI_IN").
Example
Setting
> HDMI_IN=AUTO This sets the HDMI input to AV source.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET HDMI_IN or ?HDMI_IN This retrieves the setting status of the HDMI input setting.
< g:HDMI_IN=AUTO
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".
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HDMI_OVSCAN
HDMI overscan setting
Format
HDMI_OVSCAN=<HDMI overscan setting parameter:ID>
GET HDMI_OVSCAN / ? HDMI_OVSCAN
<HDMI overscan setting parameter:ID>
OFF Turns overscan to OFF
ON Turns overscan to ON
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O X - - - O O
Response
"i:OK" is returned if HDMI overscan was set properly.
For 'GET HDMI_OVSCAN' or '?HDMI_OVSCAN', current HDMI overscan setting status is returned as
'g:HDMI_OVSCAN=<HDMI overscan setting parameter:ID>'
For details on other responses, refer to the "Error List".
Description
(1) This switches the HDMI overscan setting to [OFF] / [ON].
(2) This command functions in the same way as when "Display setting" - "HDMI overscan" are
selected on the menu.
(3) The current HDMI overscan setting can be acquired using the applicable GET command ("GET
HDMI_OVERSCAN").
(4) The setting is fixed to [OFF] depending on the setting status of other functions or the status of
the input signal.
Example
Setting
> HDMI_OVSCAN=ON This sets the HDMI overscan to ON.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET HDMI_OVSCAN or ?HDMI_OVSCAN
This retrieves the setting status of the HDMI overscan setting.
< g:HDMI_OVSCAN=ON
* 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-RGB COMP HDMI None
X O 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 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 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
VIVID_PHOTO Vivid photo
PHOTO_SRGB Photo / sRGB
DCM_SIM DICOM Sim*
DYNAMIC Dynamic
VIDEO Video
CINEMA Cinema
USER_1 User 1
USER_2 User 2
USER_3 User 3
USER_4 User 4
USER_5 User 5
* Only available on DICOM models.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP 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
Saturation / Hue SAT / HUE
Memory color adjustment MEMCADJ
RGB gain / offset adjustment RGBGAIN / RGBOFFSET
Lamp mode LAMP
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Setting Commands related to the settings
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")
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
REAR Rear projection
REAR_CEILING Rear projection with ceiling
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP 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.
(4) The current flip display status can be acquired using the applicable GET command. ("GET
IMAGEFLIP")
Example
Setting
> IMAGEFLIP=REAR This displays the image in a rear projection (flip vertically).
< 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 Digital PC
A-RGB Analog PC
COMP Component
HDMI HDMI
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP 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=HDMI The input is set to HDMI.
< i:OK
Reference
> GET INPUT or ?INPUT This retrieves the input signal.
< g:INPUT=A-RGB
* 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-RGB COMP 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-RGB COMP 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_______]" 0 539
"[GG______]" 540 1079
"[GGG_____]" 1080 1619
"[GGGG____]" 1620 2159
"[GGGGG___]" 2160 2699
"[GGGGGY__]" 2700 2849
"[GGGGGYY_]" 2850 2999
"[GGGGGYYR]" 3000
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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MAIN
Front panel operation emulation
Format
MAIN <Main unit panel emulation button parameters:ID>
<Main unit panel emulation button parameters:ID>
POWER POWER button
POWER_OFF POWER button pressed twice
MENU MENU
LENS LENS
INPUT INPUT
UP UP
UP+REP Hold down the UP button
*-REP Release the button
DOWN DOWN
DOWN+REP Hold down the DOWN button
*-REP Release the button
LEFT LEFT
LEFT+REP Hold down the LEFT button
*-REP Release the button
RIGHT RIGHT
RIGHT+REP Hold down the RIGHT button
*-REP Release the button
OK OK
* After setting the status of the button to be pressed down, send a command from the PC to release the
pressed status after predetermined time.
Environment
Power Input
OFF ON PM D-RGB A-RGB COMP HDMI None
- -
Response
"i:OK" is returned when the button press request has been acknowledged successfully.
(It does not indicate if the operation for the pressed button was executed properly.)
Description
(1) This emulates the pressing of the front panel buttons for controlling the projector.
(2) With the emulation of the front panel operations, the functions of the buttons corresponding to
the parameters cannot necessarily be executed. Emulation simply consists in emulating the
pressing of the buttons.
(3) A parameter with '+REP' signifies "button press start." (This is the same as the status in
which the front panel button is held down.)
Be absolutely sure to send the '*-REP' parameter, and end the button pressing last of all.
The button pressing is ended in the cases below as well.
<1> When a panel or remote control button has been operated
<2> When some command has been received
Example
Setting
> MAIN MENU
< i:OK
* Commands are indicated by ">", and responses are indicated by "<".

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