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User Command Specifications
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Canon projector SX6/SX60/X600 User Commands
ver. 01.0100/05
2005.12.27
ver. 01.0100/04
2005.12.5
ver. 01.0100/03
2005.11.14
ver. 01.0100/02
2005.11.10
ver. 01.0100/01
2005.11.1

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  • Page 1 User Command Specifications 1 Cover Canon projector SX6/SX60/X600 User Commands ver. 01.0100/05 2005.12.27 ver. 01.0100/04 2005.12.5 ver. 01.0100/03 2005.11.14 ver. 01.0100/02 2005.11.10 ver. 01.0100/01 2005.11.1...
  • Page 2 User Command Specifications 1 I. Version revision history I. Version revision history Numerical Date Description of revised version value 01.0100/01 2005.11.01 Version first created. 01.0100/02 2005.11.10 Version number of User Commands changed to "01.0100." Listing of the parameters for each command changed to the listing obtained by the "RANGE" command. "Character interval timeout"...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    User Command Specifications 1 II. Contents II. Contents Item 1. Overview 2. Communication Specifications 3. Communication Flow 4. Command System SX50 SX6 / SX60 / X600 5. Control Mode 6. Key/Emulation function 7. Power Management Mode 8. Command List 9. Details of command REMOTE LOCAL POWER...
  • Page 4 User Command Specifications Item GET INPUT GET DOTS GET TRACK GET HPOS/VPOS GET HPIX/VPIX GET SEL GET ASPECT GET IMAGE GET BRI GET CONT GET SHARP GET GAMMA GET DGAMMA GET PROG GET WB GET WBRGB GET SAT GET HUE GET RGBGAIN GET RGBOFFSET GET ACADJUST...
  • Page 5 User Command Specifications Item RANGE SAT RANGE HUE RANGE RGBGAIN RANGE RGBOFFSET RANGE ACADJUST RANGE MEMCADJ RANGE 6AXADJ RANGE 6AXR~6AXY RANGE LAMP RANGE VKS/HKS RANGE AVOL RANGE MUTE RANGE BVOL RANGE IMAGEFLIP RANGE PMM RANGE PJON RANGE NOSIG RANGE NOSHOW RANGE LOGOPOS RANGE LANG RANGE TERMINAL...
  • Page 6: Overview

    User Command Specifications 1 1. Overview 1. Overview ・ These specifications describe the methods of controlling the projector from the PC over an RS-232C connection ・ Virtually all operations possible with the remote control can be controlled from the PC ・...
  • Page 7 Receive data RD Signal ground SG ※ In the projector, none of the signal lines except for the three lines of SD, RD and SG are used! ※ If necessary, loop back its own signals at the PC side. The projector has two control modes, the local mode and remote mode.
  • Page 8 User Command Specifications Request transmissions sent from PC to the projector Commands △<Command character strings> △<Delimiters> Transmission format <Command character strings> <Delimiters> Type Type Null Null Commands Character string Control Control command Character string Setting Setting command Character string Reference...
  • Page 9 User Command Specifications Transmissions sent from Projector to PC in response to commands from PC Response Transmission <Response character string> <Delimiter> format <Response character string> <Delimiters> Type Type After processing of each command is completed, a response is sent indicating that the next command response can be received.
  • Page 10: Communication Specifications

    <Value> := <Numerical value> | <ID> | “<Character string>” <Numerical value> <ID> <Character string> Cable The connection diagram (example) for the cable connecting the PC and projector is shown below. D-SUB 9pin FEMALE 接続例 1 Sample 1 SHIELD 1 CD (DCD)
  • Page 11: Communication Flow

    At the sending side (PC), the transmission is sent within character intervals of Tc (character interval timeout). sent At the receiving side (Projector), data able to be received within the character interval of Tc is held, and receiving of a Transmission received delimiter is considered “transmission received”.
  • Page 12: Command System

    User Command Specifications 1 4. C SX50 4. Command System SX50. User Command System Mode change Switch to Remote mode REMOTE Switch to Local mode LOCAL Setting/Control Display setting Input select Input signal settings Input signal selection Screen settings Auto PC Menu display position setting User screen setting Flip display...
  • Page 13: Sx6 / Sx60 / X600

    User Command Specifications SX6 / SX60 / X600 SX6, SX60 or X600 User Command System Mode change Switch to Remote mode REMOTE Switch to Local mode LOCAL Setting/Control Display setting Input select Input signal settings Input signal selection Screen settings Auto PC Menu display position setting Screen color correction...
  • Page 14: Control Mode

    5. Control Mode The table below shows the states and limitations of the LOCAL and REMOTE control modes. Mode Item Mode where projector control/operation is performed by the main unit or remote control. Description Initial mode when microcomputer is started.
  • Page 15 User Command Specifications 1 6. Key/Emulation function 6. Key/Emulation function The table below shows how the main unit/remote control keys and emulation function operate in each control mode Key/Emulation Unlock Remote control ○ Main unit keys ○ Remote control emulation ○...
  • Page 16: Power Management Mode

    User Command Specifications 1 7. Power Management Mode 7. Power Management Mode Concerning the processing for switching to the power management standby or exit mode in the remote or local mode Mode Remote The power management standby or exit mode is not established.
  • Page 17: Command List

    User Command Specifications 1 8. Command List 8. Command List Item Commands REMOTE Switching to Remote mode LOCAL Switching to Local mode POWER Power supply control AUTOSETEXE Auto setup execution BLANK BLANK function Input terminal select INPUT AUTOPC Auto PC execution DOTS Total number of dots adjustment TRACK...
  • Page 18: Key/emulation Function

    User Command Specifications 1 9. Details of command 9. 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 Commands Function * This briefly describes the command function. Format * This indicates the command format.
  • Page 19 User Command Specifications (SET command) PAGE 13...
  • Page 20 User Command Specifications (GET command) PAGE 13...
  • Page 21 User Command Specifications (RANGE command) PAGE 13...
  • Page 22: Remote

    During Remote mode, all buttons are disabled except for the front panel and remote control POWER button. This command can be used in any projector mode. However, zoom or focus lens drive stops if the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 23: Local

    GET ROMVER GET SIGNALSTATUS MAIN This command can be used in any projector mode. However, zoom or focus lens drive stops if the zoom or focus lens is being driven. (Refer to the ZCONTDRV command and FCONTDRV command.) The current mode can be referenced using the applicable GET command.
  • Page 24: Power

    This performs ON/OFF control of the power supply. This command is identical to pressing the POWER button on the remote control or main unit. Provided that the remote mode is established, the command can be executed in any projector status.
  • Page 25: AutoSETexe

    Description This command is used to execute auto setup. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 26: Blank

    Description This command is used to set the BLANK function. This command functions only when the projector is in the "remote mode ." It cannot be executed by a menu operation or button operation. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 27: Input

    Description This controls the input selection. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 28: Autopc

    For all other responses, refer to "Error List." Description Auto PC execution It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 29: Dots

    Description 1 This designates the total number of dots for one horizontal period. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 30: Track

    Description This is used for adjustment when tracking (synchronization) is out of sync and the screen flickers. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 31: Hpos/vpos

    Description This adjusts the horizontal and vertical position on the screen. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 32: Hpix/vpix

    Description This adjusts the horizontal and vertical resolution (number of dots) on the screen. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 33: Sel

    Description This selects the input signal. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 34: Aspect

    Description This sets the screen sizes. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 35: Image

    Description This sets the image quality. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 36 User Command Specifications Supported Command States Model Power OFF ON D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 Comp × × SX50 ○ ○ ○ ○ × × ○ ○ ○ ○ SX60 X600 * If a command cannot be supported, 'INVALID_MODE' or 'NOT_POWER_SUPPLIED' is returned as an error response. * "i:BUSY"...
  • Page 37: Bri

    Description This sets the screen brightness. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 38: Cont

    Description This sets the screen contrast. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 39: Sharp

    Description This sets the screen sharpness. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 40: Gamma

    Description This performs the Gamma adjustment. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 41: Dgamma

    Description The command is used to set the dynamic gamma function to ON or OFF. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 42: Prog

    Description This command is used to set the progressive conversion processing to ON or OFF. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 43 User Command Specifications Commands SX50 supported 01.00** 01.01** ○ ○ Supported Command States Model Power OFF ON D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB2 SX50 × ○ × × × × × × × × × ○ SX60 X600 * If the command cannot be supported, 'INVALID_MODE,' 'NOT_POWER_SUPPLIED' or 'INVALID_SOURCE' is returned as an error response. * If the necessary signals are not input, 'INVALID_SIGNAL (*****)' or 'NO_SIGNAL' is returned.
  • Page 44 Description The screen color correction is set to “Normal”, “Blackboard”, or “Adjust”. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 45: Wbrgb

    Description This sets the RGB adjustment values of the screen color correction. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 46: Sat

    Description This sets the screen color saturation. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 47: Hue

    Description This sets the screen hue. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 48: Rgbgain

    Description This command is used to adjust the gain of the R, G and B colors. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 49: Rgboffset

    Description This command is used to adjust the offset of the R, G and B colors. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 50: Acadjust

    The advanced color correction method is set by selecting from “No correction”, “Low to High memory color correction”, and “6-axis adjustment”. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 51: Memcadj

    This command is used to select no adjustment (OFF), low (MEM_L), medium (MEM_M) or high (MEM_H) as the memory color adjustment setting. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 52: 6axadj

    Description This command is used to select ON or OFF for the 6-axis adjustment. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 53: 6axr~Y

    Description This sets the 6-axis correction of the hue and color saturation for R to Y. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 54: Lamp

    This command is used to set the light quantity of the lamp to "NORMAL" or "SILENT" (reduced light quantity appropriate for silent cooling). It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 55: Reset

    Description This resets the projector settings. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 56: Vks/hks

    Description This sets the vertical and horizontal keystones. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 57: Avol

    For all other responses, refer to "Error List." Description This adjusts the volume. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 58: Mute

    Description This command is used to set the sound output muting to ON or OFF. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 59: Bvol

    Description This sets the BEEP sound output. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 60: Imageflip

    Description This command is used to flip the screen display in various ways (vertically or horizontally). It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 61: Pmm

    Description This sets Power management mode. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 62: Pjon

    Description This sets the screen displayed at startup. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 63: Nosig

    Description This sets the display screen when no image signals are input. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 64: Noshow

    Description This command is used to set the screen which is to appear in the no show status. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 65: Logopos

    Description This sets the logo display position. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 66: Lang

    Description This switches the screen display language. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 67: Terminal

    Description This sets the input/output of the RGB-IN2/COMPONENT IN/RGB OUT terminals. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. This command is identical to the Terminal command in the System settings menu.
  • Page 68: Keylock

    This command is used to lock the keys so as to restrict the operations performed using the remote control or main unit. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 69: Rcch

    Description This command is used to set the channel of the remote control used at the projector end to 1 or 2. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 70: Guid

    Description This command is used to set the guide function display to ON or OFF. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 71: Dpon

    Description This command is used to set direct power-on function to ON or OFF. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 72: Ledilluminate

    Description This command is used to control the lighting of the emotional LED and signal sensing LED. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 73: Zstepdrv

    Description This command is used to initiate the step drive of the zoom lens. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 74: Zcontdrv

    Description This command is used to drive the zoom lens continuously. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, only the "STOP" parameter takes effect while the zoom lens is being driven, and a "busy"...
  • Page 75: Fstepdrv

    Description This command is used to drive the focus lens. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 76: Fcontdrv

    Description This command is used to drive the focus lens. It can be executed when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, only the "STOP" parameter takes effect while the focus lens is being driven, and a "busy"...
  • Page 77 User Command Specifications Commands Function Remote control operation emulate RC□<Remote control emulation button parameters:ID> Format Parameter Remote control emulation button parameters The key assignment for the remote control emulation buttons is as follows. Remote control Parameter button POWER POWER POWER_OFF MENU AUTO SET AUTOSET...
  • Page 78 "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 This emulates pressing of the remote control buttons for controlling the projector. It can only be used during Local mode. ■ Note 1 With the emulation of the remote control operations, the functions of the buttons corresponding to the parameters cannot necessarily be executed.
  • Page 79: MAIN

    "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 This emulates the pressing of the front panel buttons for controlling the projector. It can only be used during Local mode. ■ Note 1 With the emulation of the front panel operations, the functions of the buttons corresponding to the parameters cannot necessarily be executed.
  • Page 80: Get

    User Command Specifications Commands Function Retrieve each data GET□ <Parameter> Format ?△<Parameter> Parameter Parameter MODE Mode Power supply state POWER BLANK BLANK status INPUT Input state DOTS TRACK Input HPOS signal VPOS settings HPIX VPIX Input signal ASPECT Screen size IMAGE Image settings Brightness setting...
  • Page 81: Get Mode

    For details on the control modes of the user commands, refer to the control mode. This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector. The control mode is usually switched by REMOTE command-LOCAL command, but when the next event occurs in the remote status, the mode is switched to the local status.
  • Page 82: Get Power

    Description This inquires about the current projector power status. -1 This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector. For the "SX50," the remote mode must be established. -2 Use the following commands to control the power status with the user commands.
  • Page 83: Get Blank

    Description This command is used to inquire about the current BLANK status. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 84: Get Input

    User Command Specifications GET INPUT GET INPUT Commands Function Input selection inquiry GET□INPUT Format ?△INPUT Response g:INPUT=<Input type: ID> Input type Meaning D-RGB D-RGB A-RGB1 A-RGB1 A-RGB2 A-RGB2 COMP Component VIDEO Video S-VIDEO S-Video D-VIDEO Digital Video SCART(RGB) SCARTRGB For all other responses, refer to "Error List." Description This inquires about the current input selection.
  • Page 85: Get Dots

    Description This inquires about the current total number of dots. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 86: Get Track

    Description This inquires about the current tracking adjustment value. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 87: Get Hpos/vpos

    Description These inquire about the current horizontal and vertical position adjustment values. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 88: Get Hpix/vpix

    Description These inquire about the current horizontal and vertical resolutions. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 89: Get Sel

    Description This inquires about the current input signals. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 90: Get Aspect

    Description This inquires about the current screen setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 91: Get Image

    Description This inquires about the current image mode. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 92: Get Bri

    Description This inquires about the current brightness value setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 93: Get Cont

    Description This inquires about the current contrast value setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 94: Get Sharp

    Description This inquires about the current sharpness value setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 95: Get Gamma

    Description This inquires about the current gamma adjustment value. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 96: Get Dgamma

    Description This inquires about the current dynamic gamma value setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 97: Get Prog

    Description This inquires about the current progressive (status) value set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 98: Get Wb

    Description This inquires about the current screen color correction. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 99: Get Wbrgb

    Description This inquires about the current screen color correction (adjustment). This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 100: Get Sat

    Description This inquires about the current color saturation value setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 101: Get Hue

    Description This inquires about the current hue value set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 102: Get Rgbgain

    Description This command is used to inquire about the current RGB gain adjustment values. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 103: Get Rgboffset

    Description This command is used to inquire about the current RGB offset adjustment values. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 104: Get Acadjust

    Description This inquires about the details of the current advanced color adjustment. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 105: Get Memcadj

    Description This command is used to inquire about the current memory color adjustment setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 106: Get 6axadj

    Description This command is used to inquire whether the 6-axis adjustment is ON or OFF. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 107: Get 6axr-6axy

    Description This inquires about the current 6-axis correction R to Y hue and color saturation settings. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 108: Get Lamp

    Description This inquires about the current lamp output setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 109: Get Vks/hks

    Description These inquire about the current vertical and horizontal keystone settings. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 110: Get Avol

    Description This inquires about the current audio volume setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 111: Get Mute

    Description This inquires about the current mute control setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 112: Get Bvol

    Description This inquires about the current beep sound value set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 113: Get Imageflip

    Description This inquires about the current flip display setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 114: Get Pmm

    Description This inquires about the current power management setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 115: Get Pjon

    Description This inquires about the current setting for the screen to be displayed at startup. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 116: Get Nosig

    Description This inquires about the current setting for the screen to be displayed when there are no signals. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 117: Get Noshow

    Description This inquires about the current setting for the screen to be displayed when nothing is shown. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 118: Get Logopos

    Description This inquires about the current user screen (logo) display position. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 119: Get Lang

    Description This inquires about the current language selection. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 120: Get Terminal

    Description This inquires about the current terminal setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 121: Get Keylock

    Description This inquires about the current key lock setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 122: Get Rcch

    Description This inquires about the current remote control setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 123: Get Guid

    Description This command is used to inquire about the current guide setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 124: Get Dpon

    Description This command is used to inquire about the current direct power-on setting. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 125: Get Ledilluminate

    This command is used to inquire about the current emotional LED and signal sensing LED lighting control Description settings. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 126: Get Noshowstatus

    User Command Specifications GET NOSHOWSTATE GET NOSHOWSTATE Commands Function NoShow status inquiry Format GET□NOSHOWSTATE ?△NOSHOWSTATE g:NOSHOWSTATE=<Status:ID> Response Status Meaning Screen temporarily off Screen not temporarily off For all other responses, refer to Description This command is used to inquire about the current NoShow status. This inquiry can be made at any time provided that the power-on status is established.
  • Page 127: Get Freeze

    User Command Specifications GET FREEZE GET FREEZE Commands Function Freeze status inquiry Format GET□FREEZE ?△FREEZE g:FREEZE=<Status:ID> Response Status Meaning Image now frozen Image now not frozen For all other responses, refer to Description This command is used to inquire about the current NoShow status. This inquiry can be made at any time provided that the power-on status is established.
  • Page 128: Get Signalstatus

    User Command Specifications GET SIGNALSTATUS GET SIGNALSTATUS Commands Function Signal status inquiry GET□SIGNALSTATUS Format ?△SIGNALSTATUS Response g:SIGNALSTATUS=<Signal status:ID> Signal status NO_SIGNAL Signal not detected DISPLAYING Image now displayed or display enable status SETTING Signal detection and display preparation in progress For all other responses, refer to "Error List."...
  • Page 129: Get Lampcounter

    This inquires about the current lamp ON time. -1 This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector. For the "SX50," the projector must be in the remote mode and power-on status.
  • Page 130: Get Err

    Description This inquires about the current error information. -1 This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector. For the "SX50," the remote mode must be established. Information when the warning LED of the projector is flashing can be obtained.
  • Page 131: Get Prodcode

    This inquires about the product name of the projector. -1 This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector. For the "SX50," the projector must be in the remote mode and power-on status.
  • Page 132: Get Romver

    This inquires about the product name of the projector. -1 This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector. For the "SX50," the projector must be in the remote mode and power-on status.
  • Page 133: Get Comver

    Description This inquires about the user command version of the projector. -1 This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector. For the "SX50," the remote mode must be established. 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.
  • Page 134: Range

    User Command Specifications RANGE RANGE Commands Function Setting range request RANGE□ <Parameter> Format Parameter Parameter POWER BLANK AUTOSETEXE INPUT DOTS TRACK HPOS VPOS HPIX VPIX ASPECT IMAGE CONT SHARP GAMMA DGAMMA PROG WBRGB RGBGAIN RGBOFFSET ACADJUST MEMCADJ 6AXADJ 6AXR 6AXG 6AXB 6AXC 6AXM...
  • Page 135 This retrieves the setting range of each parameter. The setting ranges of the setting or control command parameters may differ depending on the projector status (input, display mode, etc.). To ensure reliability, request the setting ranges before sending the setting or control commands.
  • Page 136: Range Power

    This inquires about the power control setting options. -1 This inquiry can be executed in any status provided that AC power is supplied to the projector. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 137: Range Blank

    Description This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable BLANK to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 138: Range Autosetexe

    Description This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable auto setup to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 139: Range Input

    User Command Specifications RANGE INPUT RANGE INPUT Commands Function Input selection setting option request RANGE□INPUT Format Response r:INPUT=I, <Setting option 1>, <Setting option 2>, …, <Setting option n> For all other responses, refer to "Error List." Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable input selection to be set. -1 This inquiry can be made in the power-on status.
  • Page 140: Range Dots

    Description This inquires about the range within which the total number of dots can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 141: Range Track

    Description This inquires about the values to which the tracking can be adjusted. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 142: Range Hpos/vpos

    Description These inquire about the ranges within which the horizontal and vertical positions can be adjusted. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 143: Range Hpix/vpix

    Description These inquire about the ranges within which the horizontal and vertical resolutions can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 144: Range Sel

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the input signals to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 145: Range Aspect

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the screen to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 146: Range Image

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the image mode to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 147: Range Bri

    Description This inquires about the range of values at which the brightness can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 148: Range Cont

    Description This inquires about the range within which the contrast can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 149: Range Sharp

    Description This inquires about the range within which the sharpness can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 150: Range Gamma

    Description This inquires about the range within which the gamma can be adjusted. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 151: Range Dgamma

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the dynamic gamma to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 152: Range Prog

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the progressive setting to be selected. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 153: Range Wb

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the screen color to be corrected. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 154: Range Wbrgb

    Description This inquires about the range within which the screen color correction (adjustment) can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 155: Range Sat

    Description This inquires about the range within which the color saturation can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 156: Range Hue

    Description This inquires about the range within which the hue can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 157: Range Rgbgain

    Description This command is used to inquire about the range in which the RGB gain adjustment can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 158: Range Rgboffset

    Description This command is used to inquire about the current RGB offset adjustment values. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 159: Range Acadjust

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the advanced color adjustment to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 160: Range Memcadj

    This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable the memory color adjustment to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 161: Range 6axadj

    Description This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable the 6-axis adjustment to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 162: Range 6axr-6axy

    This inquires about the range within which the 6-axis correction R to Y hue and color saturation can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 163: Range Lamp

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the lamp output to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 164: Range Vks/hks

    Description These inquire about the ranges within which the vertical and horizontal keystone can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 165: Range Avol

    Description This inquires about the range within which the audio volume can be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 166: Range Mute

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable mute control to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 167: Range Bvol

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the beep sound to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 168: Range Imageflip

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the flip display to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 169: Range Pmm

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable power management to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 170: Range Pjon

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the display screen setting at startup to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 171: Range Nosig

    This inquires about the parameter options which enable the display screen when there are no signals to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 172: Range Noshow

    This inquires about the parameter options which enable the display screen when nothing is shown to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 173: Range Logopos

    This inquires about the parameter options which enable the user screen (logo) display position to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 174: Range Lang

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the language to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 175: Range Terminal

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable the terminal to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 176: Range Keylock

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable key lock to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 177: Range Rcch

    Description This inquires about the parameter options which enable remote control to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. A "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 178: Range Guid

    Description This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable the guide to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 179: Range Dpon

    Description This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable direct power-on to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given while the zoom or focus lens is being driven.
  • Page 180: Range Ledilluminate

    This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable emotional LED and signal sensing LED lighting control to be set. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 181: Range Zstepdrv

    This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable the step drive of the zoom lens. This inquiry can be mades when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 182: Range Zcontdrv

    This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable the zoom lens to be driven continuously. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 183: Range Fstepdrv

    This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable the step drive of the focus lens. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time.
  • Page 184: Range Fcontdrv

    This command is used to inquire about the parameter options which enable the focus lens to be driven Description continuously. This inquiry can be made when the projector is in both the remote mode and power-on status at the same time. However, a "busy" response is given if the zoom or focus lens is being driven ZCONTDRV command and FCONTDRV command.
  • Page 185: 10. Error List

    ○ ○ ○ An error occurred in AUTOSETEXE=SCRN. A communication protocol violation ○ ○ ○ ○ occurred in the projector. This cannot be executed with the current input source. ○ ○ ○ ○ The current input source is indicated in parentheses.
  • Page 186: 11. Other

    User Command Specifications 1 11. Other 11. Other Use the remote control emulation function (RC command) in Local mode for the following functions. Function RC command parameter No display NOSHOW Freeze screen FREEZE Digital zoom DZOOM_P, DZOOM_M Presentation timer P_TIMER Spotlight function SPOT PAGE 178...
  • Page 187: Appendix 1 Reset Items

    Item Setting A-RGB2 C1:DRGB C2:ARGB2 ------------ V :VIDEO AUTO not selected FULL CENTER not included CENTER BLACK BLUE CANON NONE STANDARD What is initialized in the image modes STANDARD PRESEN CINEMA SRGB NORMAL NORMAL NORMAL NORMAL 0, 0, 0 0, 0, 0...
  • Page 188: Appendix 2 Table Of Response Patterns By Command

    User Command Specifications 3 付録2 コマンド別応答パターン表 Appendix 2 Table of Response Patterns by Command (1/3) Version numbers of models supported Response Item Commands SX50 SX60 not send X600 01.00** 01.01** 1 REMOTE ○ ○ 2 LOCAL ○ ○ POWER ○ ○ AUTOSETEXE FOCUS ×...
  • Page 189 User Command Specifications Appendix 2 Table of Response Patterns by Command (2/3) Version numbers of models supported Response Item Commands SX50 SX60 not send OFF OFF2ON X600 01.00** 01.01** 60 GET MODE ○ ○ ○ - 61 GET POWER - ○...
  • Page 190 User Command Specifications Appendix 2 Table of Response Patterns by Command (3/3) Version numbers of models supported Response Item Commands SX50 SX60 not send OFF OFF2ON X600 01.00** 01.01** 120 RANGE POWER ○ ○ 121 RANGE AUTOSETEXE × ○ 122 RANGE BLANK ×...

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