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Canon LV S3 - SVGA LCD Projector Specification

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0.5" SVGA LV-S3
SERIAL FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION
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    0.5” SVGA LV-S3 SERIAL FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION Page 1/21...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    -CONTENT- 1. Overview 2. Interface Specification 3. Connection 4. Notes for Communication 5. Functional Execute Command Table 6. Status Read Command Table 7. Functional Execution Command Table 7.1 Format 7.2 When the command pipelining is needed 7.3 Transfer Example 7.4 Operation Requirements 7.5 Power ON Command 7.6 Power OFF Command (Quick POWER OFF) 7.7 Power OFF Command...

  • Page 3

    7.28 Power Management Ready Command 7.29 Power Management OFF Command 7.30 Power Management Shut Down Command 7.31 D.Zoom + Command 7.32 D.Zoom - Command 7.33 Video Auto Command 7.34 Video Video Command 7.35 Video S-Video Command 7.36 Pointer Right Command 7.37 Pointer Left Command 7.38 Pointer Up Command 7.39 Pointer Down Command...

  • Page 4: Overview

    1. Overview 1.1 This Specification defines projector control commands for LV-S3 (0.5”SVGA model). 1.2 The projector control commands are for controlling projector through RS232C from a computer. 2. Interface Specification Specification Shynchro system Asynchronous Transmission Speed 9600 / 19200 Data Length 8 bit Parity None...

  • Page 5: Notes For Communication

    4. Notes for Communication 4.1 The projector command is defined one command/one line that starts “C” and ends carriage return (0x0D). 4.2 The projector starts decoding after the carriage return. 4.3 There are two types of command, functional execution commands and state read commands. Example of Functional Execution Command: “C05”...

  • Page 6: Status Read Command Table

    4.12 Characters for commands must be Capital (A - Z). 5. Functional Execution Command Table Command Item Command Item Power ON Power Management Ready Power OFF Quick Power OFF•j Power Management OFF Power OFF Power Management Shut down Computer D.Zoom + Video D.Zoom - Volume +...

  • Page 7: Format

    7. Functional Execution Command Table 7.1 Format 1. PC issues a command as below form at “C” [CR] COMMAND Command: 2 characters (See Functional Execution Command Table) 2. A projector decodes received data and sends a return result after being ready to receive next command.

  • Page 8: Operation Requirements

    7.4 Operation Requirements When the projector’s status in this below, functional execution commands are limited. Status Read Commands are available even in this table status. Projector Status Available Functional Execution Commands StandBy Mode C00: Power ON C00: Power ON Processing Countdown (Terminate Countdown) Processing Cooling Down Processing Cooling Down due to abnormal...

  • Page 9: Computer Command

    7.8 Computer Command Command “C05” [CR] Detail Select Computer input Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.9 Video Command Command “C07” [CR] Select Video input. Detail Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] Volume+ Command 7.10 Command “C09” [CR] Volume Up Detail This Command works same as “VOLUME +”...

  • Page 10: Audio Mute Off Command

    7.13 Audio Mute OFF Command Command “C0C” [CR] Sound Mute OFF Detail This command works the same as “MUTE” of the Remote Control button for MUTE OFF, but does not work for “MUTE ON” Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.14 Video Mute ON Command Command...

  • Page 11: Image High Contrast Command

    7.19 Image High contrast Command Command “C12” [CR] Detail Set Image to High contrast Mode. Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.20 Image Cinema Command Command “C13” [CR] Detail Set Image to Cinema Mode. Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?”...

  • Page 12: Brightness+ Command

    7.25 Brightness+ Command Command “C20” [CR] Detail Brightness of user control +1 Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.26 Brightness- Command Command “C21” [CR] Detail Brightness of user control -1 Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.27 Image (Toggle) Command Command “C27”...

  • Page 13: D.zoom+ Command

    7.31 D.Zoom+ Command Command “C30” [CR] Moving on to Digital Zoom Mode and make the screen image bigger. Detail This command works the same as the remote control’s “D.ZOOM UP” Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.32 D.Zoom- Command Command “C31”...

  • Page 14: Pointer Left Command

    7.37 Pointer Left Command Command “C3B” [CR] Move Pointer to left On Screen Display Menu. Detail This command works the same as the remote control’s “<” Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.38 Pointer Up Command Command “C3C” [CR] Move Pointer to UP On Screen Display Detail This command works the same as the remote control “UP”...

  • Page 15: Computer Analog Rgb Command

    7.43 Computer Analog RGB Command Command “C50” [CR] Detail Select Analog RGB input for Input 1. Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.44 Computer Scart Command Command “C51” [CR] Detail Select Computer Scart input. Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?”...

  • Page 16: Presentation Timer Command

    7.49 Presentation Timer Command Command “C8A” [CR] Set a presentation timer to active. Detail This command works the same as the remote control’s “P-TIMER” button. Acceptable [ACK] [CR] Response Unacceptable “?” [CR] 7.50 Keystone Up Command Command “C8E” [CR] Detail Adjust keystone.

  • Page 17: Transfer Example

    8.2 Transfer Example Get input mode for the projector by basic commands. COMMAND•i(current input mode command issue)•j Projector “C” ”R” ”1” CR Projector ”1” •© • \ •\•\•¨ Response (A few ms--1s) (Shows Computer 1 is selected) 8.3 Status Read Command Command “CR0”...

  • Page 18

    8.3.3 “40” [CR] Status: Processing Count Down When “Display” in Setting Menu is ON and Power ON is executed, it starts processing Count Down. This Count Down finishes in 60 seconds and moves to Power ON. During this process, control commands except Power ON Command (“CC00”)[CR]) are unacceptable.

  • Page 19

    8.3.8 “88” [CR] Status: Normal status after recovering abnormal temperature. When the temperature goes down after cooling down and moving to Standby status, this is the response. This status keeps until the next operation. In short, when Power On is executed, the temperature information is canceled, and works normal.

  • Page 20: Input Mode Read Command

    8.4 Input Mode Read Command Command “CR1” [CR] Detail Get selected Input No. Acceptable “%1” [CR] ”1” = Computer is selected Response “3” = Video is selected Unacceptable “?” [CR] 8.5 Lamp Time Read Command Command “CR3” [CR] Detail Get total lamp running hours. Acceptable “%1”...

  • Page 21

    8.7 Temp Read Command “CR6•h[CR] Command Get the temperature inside a projector. Detail When some temperature sensors are installed in the projector, it is possible to know the temperature all at once. Acceptable •g%1_%2_%3 •h[CR] %1••Temperature, sensor 1 %2••Temperature, sensor 2 %3••Temperature, sensor 3 Temperature data form shows as 00.0.

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