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  • Page 1 EXPAND SERIAL COMMAND FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS LV-7575...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications Contents 1• D Overview ........................9 2• D Serial Interface Specification ..................9 2.1 Transfer Specification....................9 2.2 Connection ........................ 9 3• D Notes for communication ..................10 4• D Notation Convention ....................10 5•...
  • Page 3 LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.4.9 CF_NZRED Command ..................20 8.4.10 CF_PROGV Command ................... 20 8.4.11 CF_IMAGE Command..................21 8.4.12 CF_IMAGEADJ Command ................21 8.4.13 CF_APCTRL Command .................. 22 8.4.14 CF_COLMNSAV Command ................22 8.4.15 CF_COLMNLD Command ................22 8.5 PC Adjust Control Command .................
  • Page 4 LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.10 Setting Command....................33 8.10.1 CF_BACKGND Command ................33 8.10.2 CF_DISP Command ..................33 8.10.3 CF_LOGO Command..................33 8.10.4 CF_CEIL Command ..................34 8.10.5 CF_REAR Command ..................34 8.10.6 CF_RCODE Command ................... 34 8.10.7 CF_LANG Command ..................35 8.10.8 CF_ON-STA Command ...................
  • Page 5 LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.5 PC Adjust Status Read Command ................. 42 9.5.1 CR_FSYNC Command..................42 9.5.2 CR_TDOTS Command..................42 9.5.3 CR_CLPPHASE Command ................42 9.5.4 CR_H-POS Command..................43 9.5.5 CR_V-POS Command ..................43 9.5.6 CR_DDOTS Command ..................43 9.5.7 CR_DLINE Command ..................
  • Page 6 LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.9.4 CR_LAMPMODE Command ................52 9.9.5 CR_LAMPSTS Command................. 52 9.9.6 CR_PROJH Command..................53 9.9.7 CR_HMLAMP Command .................. 53 9.10 Sound Status Read Command ................53 9.10.1 CR_VOLUME Command................. 53 9.10.2 CR_MUTE Command..................53 9.10.3 CR_BLTINSP Command ................. 53 9.11 Setting Status Read Command ................
  • Page 7 LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.14 CR_PFAIL07 Command................61 9.12.15 CR_PFAIL08 Command................61 9.12.16 CR_PFAIL09 Command................61 9.12.17 CR_PFAIL10 Command................61 9.12.18 CR_PFAIL11 Command ................61 9.12.19 CR_PFAIL12 Command................62 9.12.20 CR_PFAIL13 Command................62 9.12.21 CR_PFAIL14 Command................62 9.12.22 CR_PFAIL15Command................. 62 9.12.23 CR_PFAIL16 Command................
  • Page 8 LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.54 CR_PFAIL47 Command................69 9.12.55 CR_PFAIL48 Command................69 9.12.56 CR_PFAIL49 Command................69 9.12.57 CR_PFAIL50 Command................69 9.12.58 CR_TEMPFAIL Command ................70 9.12.59 CR_TEMP Command ..................71 8/71...
  • Page 9: D Overview

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 1• D Overview This Functional Specification defines communication with LV-NI02 for LV-7575. • E • E Supporting Farmware Ver. 1.x of the projector. • E Commands in this document are to communicate with LV-NI02, but most commands are used to control a projector remotely from a computer with RS-232C.
  • Page 10: D Notes For Communication

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 3• D Notes for communication Expand Serial Command is defined as a single command per line that starts with “C” and ends with • E carriage return (0x0D). • E There are two types of commands; Functional Execution Commands and Status Read Command.
  • Page 11: D Functional Execution Command Table

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 5• D Functional Execution Command Table 5.1 Image Command Table Item Execute command Set value of Brightness CF_BRIGHT_%1 [CR] Set value of Contrast CF_CONT_%1 [CR] Set value of Color CF_COLOR_%1 [CR] Set value of Tint...
  • Page 12: Screen Control Command Table

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 5.4 Screen Control Command Table Execute command Item Select Screen size CF_SCREEN_%1 [CR] Cancel Digital Zoom mode CF_DZCENT _%1 [CR] Set Keystone correction CF_KEYSTONE _%1 [CR] Set Keystone store mode CF_KYSTNMODE _%1 [CR] 5.5 Lamp Command Table...
  • Page 13: D Status Read Command Table

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 6• D Status Read Command Table 6.1 Image Status Read Command Table Status Read command Item Get value of Brightness CR_BRIGHT [CR] Get value of Contrast CR_CONT [CR] Get value of Color CR_COLOR [CR]...
  • Page 14: Input Status Read Command Table

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 6.4 Input Status Read Command Table Status Read command Item Get selected Input CR_INPUT [CR] Get selected Source CR_SOURCE [CR] Get selected source for Input 1 CR_SRCINP1 [CR] Get selected source for Input 2...
  • Page 15: Setting Status Read Command Table

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 6.8 Setting Status Read Command Table Status Read command Item Get setting status of Screen for no signal CR_BACKGND [CR] Get setting status of Display CR_DISP [CR] Get setting status of Logo CR_LOGO [CR]...
  • Page 16: D Error Code Table

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 7• D Error Code Table Error Code Contents -When the received data cannot be decoded -Parameter decignation error (wrong digit number, including invalid value, etc.) Normal reception (This is “Not” error) Directly specified value or values are out of range.
  • Page 17: D Functional Execution Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8• D Functional Execution Command 8.1 Format 1) PC issues commands in format as below: Pattern1: “CF_ COMMAND” [CR] Pattern2: “CF_ COMMAND _” %1 [CR] CF_: Header COMMAND: String %1: Parameter (String) _: Space (To separate COMMAND and Parameter) 2) The projector decodes the received command and when it is ready to receive the next command, it returns the response.
  • Page 18: Image Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.4 Image Command 8.4.1 CF_ BRIGHT Command Command “CF_BRIGHT_%1” [CR] “000-063”--------------- Directly specify setting value of Brightness “UP”--------------------- Increment setting value of Brightness by 1 “DN”--------------------- Decrement setting value of Brightness by 1 Set user controlled value of Brightness (Available only in the normal Power ON...
  • Page 19: Cf_Sharp Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.4.5 CF_SHARP Command Command “CF_SHARP_%1” [CR] “000-031”--------------- Directly specify setting value of Sharpness “UP”--------------------- Increment setting value of Sharpness by 1 “DN”--------------------- Decrement setting value of Sharpness by 1 Set user controlled value of Sharpness (Available only in the normal Power ON...
  • Page 20: Cf_Coltemp Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.4.8 CF_COLTEMP Command Command “CF_COLTEMP_%1” [CR] “000” ------------------------------ Xlow “001”------------------------------- Low “002”------------------------------- Mid “003”------------------------------- High Set Color Temperature (Available only in the normal Power ON status) The value set by this command will not be stored in the projector’s memory.
  • Page 21: Cf_Image Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.4.11 CF_IMAGE Command Command “CF_IMAGE_%1” [CR] “STANDPC” --------- Standard (PC) (Image adjust value is set to factory default for Still Image) “STANDAV” --------- Standard (AV) (Image adjust value is set to factory default for Moving Image) “REAL------------ High contrast (Fixed value to display graphic image with natural...
  • Page 22: Cf_Apctrl Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.4.13 CF_APCTRL Command Command “CF_APCTRL_%1” [CR] “L1” ------------------- Set Auto Picture Control to Level 1. “L2” ------------------- Set Auto Picture Control to Level 2. “OFF” ---------------- Set Auto Picture Control OFF. “ UP” ------------------ Switch setting forward direction (OFF→L1→L2→OFF) “...
  • Page 23: Cf_Tdots Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.5.2 CF_TDOTS Command Command “CF_TDOTS_%1” [CR] “mmmm - nnnn” --------------- Directly specify setting value of Total Dots “mmmm” indicates minimum value, which is current (Display area H + Position H) value “nnnn” indicates maximum value, whichi is less than 140 MHz in Dot Clocks “UP”...
  • Page 24: Cf_V-Pos Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.5.5 CF_V-POS Command Command “CF_V-POS_%1” [CR] “0000-nnnn” ------------ Directly specify setting value of Vertical Position “nnnn” indicates maximum value, which is current (Total Line – Display Area V) value “UP” --------------------- Increment setting value of Vertical Position by 1 “DN”...
  • Page 25: Cf_Setpcadj Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.5.8 CF_SETPCADJ Command Command “CF_SETPCADJ_%1” [CR] None “EXT11-60” 1. Apply value set in PC Adjust Menu to projected image. Specifing setting value directly in the following PC Adjust related commands immediately reflects them on projected image, while issuing this command after these commands also triggers the reflection.
  • Page 26: Cf_Pcstore Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.5.10 CF_PCSTORE Command Command “CF_PCSTORE_%1” [CR] “1” --------------------------- Store current value of PC Adjust to Mode1 “2” --------------------------- Store current value of PC Adjust to Mode2 “3” --------------------------- Store current value of PC Adjust to Mode3 “4”...
  • Page 27: Input Control Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.6 Input Control Command 8.6.1 CF_INPUT Command Command “CF_INPUT_%1” [CR] “1”------------------------- Select Input 1 (not switching Source) “2”------------------------- Select Input 2 (not switching Source) “3”------------------------- Select Input 3 (not switching Source) “4”------------------------- Select Input 4 (Network viewer) “UP”---------------------- Increment Input No.
  • Page 28: Cf_Input 1 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.6.3 CF_INPUT 1 Command Command “CF_INPUT1_%1” [CR] “DIGITAL” -------------------------- Select PC Digital Input “ANALOG” ------------------------- Select PC Analog Input “SCART” --------------------------- Select SCART Input “HDCP” ---------------------------- Select DVI HDCP Input “OUT” ---------------------------- Select Monitor Out...
  • Page 29: Cf_System Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.6.7 CF_SYSTEM Command Command “CF_SYSTEM_%1” [CR] “VGA1” --------------------------- Select VGA1 “VGA2” --------------------------- Select VGA2 “XGA1” --------------------------- Select XGA1 “WXGA3” --------------------- Select WXGA3 “1080I” ------------------------ Select 1080i “1035I” ------------------------ Select 1035i Input is “720p” ------------------------- Select 720p PC Analog “575p”...
  • Page 30: Screen Control Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.7 Screen Control Command 8.7.1 CF_SCREEN Command Command “CF_SCREEN_%1” [CR] “NORMAL” ---------------------- Select Normal mode “WIDE” --------------------------- Select Wide mode “TRUE” -------------------------- Select True mode “FULL” --------------------------- Select Full mode Input is Computer “DZOOM_UP” ----------------- Scale up with Digital zoom “DZOOM_DN”...
  • Page 31: Cf_Keystone Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.7.3 CF_KEYSTONE Command Command “CF_KEYSTONE _%1” [CR] “UP” ------------- Correct Keystone distortion to reduce upper part of image “FUP” ----------- Correct Keystone distortion to reduce upper part largely “DN” ------------- Correct Keystone distortion to reduce lower part of image “FDN”...
  • Page 32: Cf_Lampmode Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.8.2 CF_LAMPMODE Command Command “CF_LAMPMODE_%1” [CR] “NORMAL” ------------------------ Set Lamp status to Normal mode “ECO” ------------------------------- Set Lamp status to Silent mode “AUTO” ----------------------------- Set Lamp status to Auto mode Select Lamp mode (Available only in the normal Power ON status)
  • Page 33: Setting Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.10 Setting Command 8.10.1 CF_BACKGND Command Command “CF_BACKGND_%1” [CR] “BLUE” -------------------- Select Blue Back “USER” ------------------- Select User “BLACK” ------------------ Select Black Back “UP” ---------- Switch forward (Blue Back→User→Black Back→Blue Back) “DN” --------- Switch backward (Blue Back→Black Back→User→Blue Back) Set Screen status for no signal.(Available only in the normal Power ON status)
  • Page 34: Cf_Ceil Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.10.4 CF_CEIL Command Command “CF_CEIL_%1” [CR] “ON” --------------------------- Set Ceiling to ON. “OFF” ------------------------- Set Ceiling to OFF. Set/Cancel Ceiling mode.(Available only in the normal Power ON status) Details The status set by this command is stored in EEPROM and setting remains effective even after the power is turned to ALL OFF status.
  • Page 35: Cf_Lang Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.10.7 CF_LANG Command Command “CF_LANG_%1” [CR] “ENG” --------------------------- Select ENGLISH “DEU” --------------------------- Select German “FRA” --------------------------- Select French “ITA” ----------------------------- Select Italian “ESP” ---------------------------- Select Spanish “POR” --------------------------- Select Portuguese “NED” --------------------------- Select Dutch “SVE”...
  • Page 36: Cf_P-Manetime Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.10.10 CF_P-MANETIME Command Command “CF_P-MANETIME_%1” [CR] “01” - ”30” ----------------------- Directly specify setting time by the minute “UP” ------------------------------- Increment value by 1 (Switched in 01→02→ --- → 30 → 01 order) “DN” ------------------------------ Decrement value by 1 (Switched in 30→29→...
  • Page 37: Cf_Pjpincode Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.10.14 CF_PJPINCODE Command Command “CF_PJPINCODE_%1” [CR] “0000 – 9999” ------------- Directly specify PJ PIN code Enter PIN code to cancel PIN code lock (Available only in the normal Power ON status) PIN code can not be changed. (Only PIN code lock is canceled.)
  • Page 38: Cf_Power Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 8.11.3 CF_POWER Command Command “CF_POWER_%1” [CR] “ON” ----------------------------- Power ON “OFF” --------------------------- Power OFF * Issuing another command during countdown process forced countdown operation to be terminated. * Error Code is returned in some projector statuses, which indicates the command is impossible to be executed.
  • Page 39: Status Read Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9• D Status Read Command 9.1 Format PC issues commands in format as below: “CR_ COMMAND” [CR] Command: String When projector receives the appropriate command, it returns the required data as a string. “000_” %1 [CR] %1: Required Data (String) When the received data cannot be decoded, the projector returns “?”...
  • Page 40: Cr_Tint Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.4.4 CR_TINT Command Command “CR_TINT” [CR] Details Get user controlled value of Tint Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “000 – 063” Response “Error Code” [CR] --- When command is not available in the given Unacceptable condition (such as being selected input).
  • Page 41: Cr_Coltemp Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.4.10 CR_COLTEMP Command Command “CR_COLTEMP” [CR] Details Get Color Temperature setting status Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “000” --------------------------------- Xlow “001” --------------------------------- Low “002” --------------------------------- Mid Response “003” --------------------------------- High “BLANK” ---- OSD Menu is blank...
  • Page 42: Cr_Imggmd Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.4.14 CR_IMGGMD Command Command “CR_IMGGMD” [CR] Details Get setting status of Standard/Real/Cinema in Image Gamma Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “STDPC” -------------------------------- Standard (PC) “STDAV” -------------------------------- Standard (AV) Response “REL” ------------------------------------ High contrast “CNM” ---------------------------------- Cinema Unacceptable “?”...
  • Page 43: Cr_H-Pos Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.5.4 CR_H-POS Command Command “CR_H-POS” [CR] Details Get value of Horizontal Position Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “0000 – nnnn” (nnnn = Total Dots – Display area H) Response “Error Code” [CR] ------ When command is not available in the...
  • Page 44: Cr_Orgmode Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.5.8 CR_ORGMODE Command Command “CR_ORGMODE” [CR] Get the original signal of current selected Mode that is set in PC Adj. Details When MODE1- 10 or EXT11-50 is not selected, get the current signal. Acceptable “000_%1”...
  • Page 45: Cr_Setpcadj Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.5.10 CR_SETPCADJ Command Command “CR_SETPCADJ” [CR] Details Get PC signal for current system Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] When input signal is PC Analog; “VGA1” ------------------------ Indicates VGA1 is selected “VGA2” ------------------------ Indicates VGA2 is selected “XGA1”...
  • Page 46: Input Read Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.7 Input Read Command 9.7.1 CR_INPUT Command Command “CR_INPUT” [CR] Details Get selected INPUT No. Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] Response “1 – 4” Unacceptable “?” [CR] 9.7.2 CR_SOURCE Command Command “CR_SOURCE” [CR] Details Get selected source Acceptable “000_%1”...
  • Page 47: Cr_Srcinp3 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.7.5 CR_SRCINP3 Command Command “CR_SRCINP3” [CR] Details Get Source of INPUT3 Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “VIDEO” ----------------------- in Video mode Response “S-VIDEO” -------------------- in S-video mode “YPBPR” ---------------------- in Y,Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr mode Unacceptable “?” [CR] 9.7.6 CR_SRCINP4 Command Command “CR_SRCINP4”...
  • Page 48: Cr_Syslist Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications “D-575I” ---------------------- indicates D-575i is selected “D-480I” ---------------------- indicates D-480i is selected “D-1080PSF/24” -------- indicates D-1080psf/24 is selected “D-1080PSF/25” -------- indicates D-1080psf/25 is selected “D-1080PSF/30” -------- indicates D-1080psf/30 is selected * Error Code “101” [CR] is returned for no signal “AUTO”...
  • Page 49: Cr_Modelist Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.7.9 CR_MODELIST Command Command “CR_MODELIST” [CR] Details Get possible modes for Mode list Acceptable “000_%1_%2_---_%x” [CR] Error Code “101” is returned except for PC-Analog and for no signal with PC-Analog Possible modes in Mode1-10 are returned when PC-Analog signal is coming.
  • Page 50: Cr_Nmslot4 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications Unacceptable “Error Code” [CR] 9.7.14 CR_NMSLOT4 Command Command “CR_NMSLOT4” [CR] Details Get teminal information of Input4 Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “NETWORK” -------- When LV-NI02 is attached. *With LV-NI02 unattached, this command is invalid and error code “103”...
  • Page 51: Cr_Idslot4 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.7.18 CR_IDSLOT4 Command Command “CR_IDSLOT4” [CR] Get ID information of Input4. This command is to determine sources possible Details to input. Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “13” --------------- LV-NI02 (Viewer capable) Available source: Network *With LV-NI02 unattached, this command is invalid and error code “103”...
  • Page 52: Lamp Status Read Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.9 Lamp Status Read Command 9.9.1 CR_LAMPREPL Command Command “CR_LAMPREPL” [CR] Details Get information of Lamp Replacement time Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “1Y” ----------------- indicates over lamp replacement time Response “1N” ----------------- indicates under lamp replacement time Unacceptable “?”...
  • Page 53: Cr_Projh Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.9.6 CR_PROJH Command Command “CR_PROJH” [CR] Details Get total running time of Projector (in hours) Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] Response “0000000 – 9999999” Unacceptable “?” [CR] 9.9.7 CR_HMLAMP Command Command “CR_HMLAMP” [CR] Details Get total lamp number Acceptable “000_%1”...
  • Page 54: Setting Status Read Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.11 Setting Status Read Command 9.11.1 CR_BACKGND Command Command “CR_BACKGND” [CR] Details Get setting status of Screen for no signal Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “BLUE” -------------------------------- Blue Back is selected Response “USER” ------------------------------- User is selected “BLACK”...
  • Page 55: Cr_Rear Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.11.6 CR_REAR Command Command “CF_REAR” [CR] Details Get setting status of Rear function Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “ON” --------------------------- Rear projection is enabled Response “OFF” ------------------------- Rear projection is disabled Unacceptable “Error Code” [CR] 9.11.7 CR_RCODE Command Command “CF_RCODE”...
  • Page 56: Cr_On-Sta Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.11.10 CR_ON-STA Command Command “CR_ON-STA” [CR] Details Get setting status of Power ON Start Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “ON” -------------------------- Power ON Start is ON Response “OFF” ------------------------ Power ON Start is OFF Unacceptable “?” [CR] 9.11.11 CR_P-MANE Command...
  • Page 57: Cr_Security Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.11.15 CR_SECURITY Command Command “CR_ SECURITY” [CR] Details Get ON/OFF setting status of Security on menu. Acceptable “000_%1” [CR] “ON” ------------ PJ/USB are locked Response “OFF” ----------- PJ/USB are not locked. Unacceptable “Error Code” [CR] 9.11.16 CR_PJLOCKNOW Command...
  • Page 58: Cr_Pressure Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications Unacceptable “Error Code” [CR] 9.12.2 CR_PRESSURE Command Command “CR_PRESSURE” [CR] Get value from Air Pressure sensor. Fllowing is the formula to work out Air Pressure from the given value (“Vn” represents the value): Details Air Pressure (hPa) =•...
  • Page 59: Cr_Allpfail Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.6 CR_ALLPFAIL Command Command “CR_ALLPFAIL” [CR] Get all the information on Power Failure Details Return all the responses of “CR_PFAIL01” – “PFAIL50” at once Therefore it consists of 1200 (24 bytes x 50) bytes totally “000_%1_%2”...
  • Page 60: Cr_Pfail03 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.10 CR_PFAIL03 Command Command “CR_PFAIL03” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.3 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Response Power is failed: “NG”...
  • Page 61: Cr_Pfail07 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.14 CR_PFAIL07 Command Command “CR_PFAIL07” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.7 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Response Power is failed: “NG”...
  • Page 62: Cr_Pfail12 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.19 CR_PFAIL12 Command Command “CR_PFAIL12” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.12 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) Response %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Power is failed: “NG”, Power status is normal: “OK”...
  • Page 63: Cr_Pfail17 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.24 CR_PFAIL17 Command Command “CR_PFAIL17” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.17 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) Response %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Power is failed: “NG”, Power status is normal: “OK”...
  • Page 64: Cr_Pfail22 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.29 CR_PFAIL22 Command Command “CR_PFAIL22” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.22 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) Response %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Power is failed: “NG”, Power status is normal: “OK”...
  • Page 65: Cr_Pfail27 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.34 CR_PFAIL27 Command Command “CR_PFAIL27” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.27 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) Response %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Power is failed: “NG”, Power status is normal: “OK”...
  • Page 66: Cr_Pfail32 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.39 CR_PFAIL32 Command Command “CR_PFAIL32” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.32 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) Response %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Power is failed: “NG”, Power status is normal: “OK”...
  • Page 67: Cr_Pfail37 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.44 CR_PFAIL37 Command Command “CR_PFAIL37” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.37 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) Response %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Power is failed: “NG”, Power status is normal: “OK”...
  • Page 68: Cr_Pfail42 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.49 CR_PFAIL42 Command Command “CR_PFAIL42” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.42 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) Response %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Power is failed: “NG”, Power status is normal: “OK”...
  • Page 69: Cr_Pfail47 Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.54 CR_PFAIL47 Command Command “CR_PFAIL47” [CR] Details Get the item name and status of Power Failure No.47 Acceptable “000_%1_%2” [CR] %1 ------ Item name of Power Failure (16-byte fixed length) Response %2 ------ Power status (2-byte fixed length) Power is failed: “NG”, Power status is normal: “OK”...
  • Page 70: Cr_Tempfail Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.58 CR_TEMPFAIL Command Command “CR_TEMPFAIL” [CR] Get the temperature inside a projector when abnormal temperature status Details occurs. It is possible to get the temperatures all at once when several sensors installed. Acceptable “000_%1_%2_%3” [CR] %1 ------------------ Sensor 1 temp.
  • Page 71: Cr_Temp Command

    LV-7575 Expand Serial Command Functional Specifications 9.12.59 CR_TEMP Command Command “CR_TEMP” [CR] Get the current temperature information inside a projector. Details It is possible to get the temperatures all at once when several sensors installed. Acceptable “000_%1_%2_%3” [CR] %1 ------------------ Sensor 1 temp. (External temp.) %2 ------------------ Sensor 2 temp.

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