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The first edition.
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    External Control for LCD8205 Revision Date History Dec.9.2008 The first edition. Ver. 1.0...

  • Page 2: Communication Parameter

    1. Application - This document defines the communications method for control of the LCD8205 monitor. 2. Connectors and Writing Connector : D-Sub 9-pin Cable : Cross (reversed) cable or null modem cable (please refer to LCD 8205 User’s Manual ) 3.

  • Page 3: Command List

    4. Command List 4.1. Basic Command List 4.1.1. VCP Command Command Page Communication Format Picture Mode p.12-p.16 Brightness p.12-p.16 Contrast p.12-p.16 Color p.12-p.16 Tint p.12-p.16 Sharpness p.12-p.16 Color Temp (R/G/B) p.12-p.16 Size p.12-p.16 Auto in progress p.12-p.16 Volume p.12-p.16 Basic (p.5) Balance p.12-p.16 Language...

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    4.2. Optional Command List Command Page Communication Format p.24 LANGUAGE p.25 CURRENTSOURCE p.26 PC_PICTUREMODE p.27 COLORTEMP p.28 CONTRAST p.29 BRIGHTNESS p.30 SHARPNESS p.31 RF_PICTUREMODE p.32 RF_COLORTONE p.33 RF_CONTRAST p.34 RF_BRIGHTNESS p.35 RF_COLOR p.36 NTSC_TINT p.37 RF_SHARPNESS p.38 SCALEMODE p.39 USERRED p.40 USERGREEN p.41...

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    5. Basic Commands 5.1. Communication Format (for Basic Commands) Header Message Check Code Delimiter The command packet consists of four parts, Header, Message, Check code and Delimiter. Sequence of a typical procedure to control a monitor is as follows, [A controller and a monitor, two-way communication composition figure] Get Parameter The controller sends command to get a value from the monitor that...

  • Page 6

    “Monitor ID” to “Destination Address” conversion table is as follows, Monitor ID Destination Monitor ID Destination Address Address (ASCII) (ASCII) ‘A’(41h) ‘N’(4Eh) ‘B’(42h) ‘O’(4Fh) ‘C’(43h) ‘P’(50h) ‘D’(44h) ‘Q’(51h) ‘E’(45h) ‘R’(52h) ‘F’(46h) ‘S’(53h) ‘G’(47h) ‘T’(54h) ‘H’(48h) ‘U’(55h) ‘I’(49h) ‘V’(56h) ‘J’(4Ah) ‘W’(57h) ‘K’(4Bh) ‘X’(58h) ‘L’(4Ch)

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    2)Get Parameter reply The monitor will reply with the status of the requested item specified by the controller in the “Get parameter message”. “Message type” of the “Get parameter reply” is as follows, OP code Result OP code Type Max value Current Value page <<...

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    5.1.3. Check code Header Message Delimiter Check code Check code is the Block Check Code (BCC) between the Header and the End of Message except SOH. Reserved Destination Source Type Length Data Check code XOR D XOR D XOR ,,, D XOR: Exclusive OR Following is an example of a Check code (BCC) calculation.

  • Page 9: Message Type

    5.2. Message type 5.2.1. Get current Parameter from a monitor. l m = l m = p q u = b q u = – O JP = Send this message when you want to get the status of a monitor. For the status that you want to get, specify the “OP code page”...

  • Page 10: Set Parameter

    bytes) Type: Operation type code 00h: Set parameter 01h: Momentary Like the Auto Setup function which automatically changes the parameter. This returned value from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters. Ex.) The byte data 01h is encoded to ASCII character '0' and '1' (30h and 31h). bytes) Max.

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    bytes) Result code ASCII '0''0' (30h, 30h): No Error. ASCII '0''1' (30h, 31h): Unsupported operation with this monitor or unsupported operation under current condition. bytes) OP code page: Echoes back the Operation code page for confirmation. Reply data from the monitor is encoded to ASCII characters. Ex.) OP code page 02h ->...

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    5.3. VCP Command 5.3.1. VCP (OP code page/OP code) List OP code Item OP code Parameter Remarks page 0: User 1: Dynamic Picture Mode 2: Standard 3: Movie 4: Mild 0: dark Brightness User only 100: bright 0: low Contrast User only 100: high 0: pale...

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    0: None OSD Tone 1: Off(Opaque) 2: ON 0: black BG Gray Max:white 0: None Fan control not used the Fan Control 1: Auto ‘off’ command. 2: Always On 0: NOP 1: PC 3: DVI 4: HDMI Input 5: AV1 6: AV2 7: S-VIDEO 12: Component...

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    5.3.2. How to change the “Brightness” setting. The following is a sample of procedures to control the monitor, these are examples of "Get parameter", "Set parameter" and "Save current settings". Step 1. The controller requests the Monitor to reply with the current brightness setting and capability to support this operation.

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    Step 3. The controller request the monitor to change the Brightness setting Check Header Message Delimiter code SOH-'0'-Monitor ID-'0'-'E'-'0'- STX-'0'-'0'-'1'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'5'-'0'- Header SOH (01h): Start Of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting. Ex.) If Monitor ID is '1', specify 'A'.

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    SOH (01h): Start Of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID which you want to store the setting. Ex.) If Monitor ID is '1', specify 'A'. '0' (30h): Message sender is the controller. 'A' (41h): Message type is "Command". '0'-'4' (30h, 34h): Message length is 4 bytes.

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    5.4. Commands message 5.4.1. Power Command 1: ON Power Mode 2: Standby Get only ( Power status read ) 4: OFF POWER On/Off 1: ON C2h,03h Set only ( Power control ) 4: OFF 5.4.2. Power status read 1) The c on tr ol ler req ues ts t he m oni t or to rep ly a c urre nt pow er status . Header Message Check code...

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    '0'-'0'-'0'-'4' (30h, 30h, 30h, 34h): Power mode is 4 types. '0'-'0'-'0'-'1' (30h, 30h, 30h, 31h): Current power mode <Status> 0001: ON 0002: Stand-by (power save) 0003: Suspend (power save) 0004: OFF (same as IR power off) ETX (03h): End of Message Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 5.1.3.

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    Note.) The maximum data length that can be written to the monitor at a time is 32bytes. Ex.) The byte data 20h is encoded as ASCII characters '2' and '0' (32h and 30h). Message STX (02h): Start of Message '0'-'0' (30h, 30h): Result code. No error. 'C'-'2’,'0'-'3'-'D'-'6' (43h, 32h, 30h, 33h, 44h, 36h): power control reply command The monitor replies same as power control command to the controller.

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    6. Optional Commands 6.1. Communication Format (for Optional Commands) 6.1.1. Virtual Remote Control 6.1.2. Setting Parameters to Juno 6.1.3. Read Parameters from Juno...

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    6.2. Control Command Packet 6.2.1. System Parameter Direct Settings/Read Packet Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Range Description Command Target Param Value 0xF5 0x88(Set) 0xFE 0x00~0xFF 0x00 0x00 LANGUAGE Set /Get (Start Set) (By Min-Max) Param. Not Send 0x01 CURRENTSOURCE 0x89(Get) in Get Mode 0xF4 0x02...

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    0x33 MAX_ILLUMINANCE 0x34 MIN_ILLUMINANCE 0x35 AUTO_DIM 0x37 CURTEMP_MAIN 0x38 CURTEMP_AUX 0x39 TEMP_THRESHOLD 0x3A TEMP_HYSTERESIS 0x3B FAN_CONTROL 0x3C FAN_ACTIVE(only read) 0x3D SETX 0x3E SETY 0x3F SETXMAX 0x40 SETYMAX 0x41 SETXGAP 0x42 SETYGAP Notice (1) CURSOURCE Setting Value AV1:0, AV2:1, AV3:2, COMP1:6, DVI:9, DSUB:10 (2) MAX_ILLUMINANCE Settings Setting Value = Ambient Level (by LUX) / 100 Ex) Desired Ambient is 10000 Lux, Setting is 100 (= 10000 / 100)

  • Page 23

    6.3. Control Examples at Master PC 6.3.1. Set Input Source to RGB Input 6.3.2. Read Power State...

  • Page 24: Typical Procedure Example

    7. Typical procedure example The following is a sample of procedures to control the monitor, these are examples of “ Set parameter” , “ Get parameter”. 7.1. “ Language ” Control procedure 7.1.1. Language Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID...

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    7.2. “CURRENTSOURCE” Control procedure 7.2.1. Current Source Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x01) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x01) : ‘...

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    7.3. “PC_PICTUREMODE” Control procedure 7.3.1. Picture Control (PC, Digital video mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x02) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x02) : ‘...

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    7.4. “COLORTEMP” Control procedure 7.4.1. color temperature Control (PC, Digital video mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x03) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x03) : ‘...

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    7.5. “CONTRAST” Control procedure 7.5.1. Contrast Control (PC, Digital video mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x04) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x04) : ‘...

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    7.6. “BRIGHTNESS” Control procedure 7.6.1. Brightness Control (PC, Digital video mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x05) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x05) : ‘...

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    7.7. “SHARPNESS” Control procedure 7.7.1. Sharpness Control (PC, Digital video mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x06) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x06) : ‘...

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    7.8. “RF_PICTUREMODE” Control procedure 7.8.1. Picture Control (AV , S-video , Component mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x07) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x07) : ‘...

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    7.9. “ RF_COLORTONE ” Control procedure 7.9.1. Color temperature Control (AV , S-video , Component mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x08) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value ->...

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    “ RF_CONTRAST ” Control procedure 7.10. 7.10.1. Contrast Control (AV , S-video , Component mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x09) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value ->...

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    “ RF_BRIGHTNESS ” Control procedure 7.11. 7.11.1. Brightness Control (AV , S-video , Component mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x0A) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value ->...

  • Page 35

    “ RF_COLOR ” Control procedure 7.12. 7.12.1. Color Control (AV , S-video , Component mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x0B) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value ->...

  • Page 36

    “ NTSC_TINT ” Control procedure 7.13. 7.13.1. TINT Control (AV , S-video , Component mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x0C) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value ->...

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    “ RF_SHARPNESS ” Control procedure 7.14. 7.14.1. Sharpness Control (AV , S-video , Component mode) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x0D) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value ->...

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    “SCALEMODE” Control procedure 7.15. 7.15.1. Current Scale mode Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x0E) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x0E) : ‘...

  • Page 39

    “ USERRED ” Control procedure 7.16. 7.16.1. USERRED Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x0F) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x0F) : ‘...

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    “ USERGREEN ” Control procedure 7.17. 7.17.1. USERGREEN Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x10) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x10) : ‘...

  • Page 41

    “ USERBLUE ” Control procedure 7.18. 7.18.1. USERBLUE Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x11) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x11) : ‘...

  • Page 42

    “MUTE” Control procedure 7.19. 7.19.1. Mute Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x16) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x16) : ‘...

  • Page 43

    “SOUNDSTD” Control procedure 7.20. 7.20.1. Sound STD Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x17) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x17) : ‘...

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    “ AUTOVOLUME ” Control procedure 7.21. 7.21.1. Auto Volume Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x18) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x18) : ‘...

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    “ VOLUME ” Control procedure 7.22. 7.22.1. VOLUME Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x1A) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x1A) : ‘...

  • Page 46

    “ BALANCE ” Control procedure 7.23. 7.23.1. BALANCE Control (sound L+R balance) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x1C) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x1C) : ‘...

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    “ Equalizer ” Control procedure 7.24. 7.24.1. Equalizer Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter 0x1D : EQ 100Hz...

  • Page 48

    “ ONHOUR ” Control procedure 7.25. 7.25.1. ONHOUR Control (Power on time) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x22) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x22) : ‘...

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    “ ONMINUTE ” Control procedure 7.26. 7.26.1. ONMINUTE Control (Power on time) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x23) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x23) : ‘...

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    “ ONTIMEONOFF ” Control procedure 7.27. 7.27.1. ONTIMEONOFF Control ( Power ON time control ) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x24) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value ->...

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    “ ONTIMEVOL ” Control procedure 7.28. 7.28.1. ONTIMEVOL Control (Power ON Volume) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x25) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x25) : ‘...

  • Page 52

    “ OFFHOUR ” Control procedure 7.29. 7.29.1. OFFHOUR Control (Power OFF time) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x26) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x26) : ‘...

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    “ OFFMINUTE ” Control procedure 7.30. 7.30.1. OFFMINUTE Control (Power OFF time) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x27) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x27) : ‘...

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    “ OFFTIMEONOFF ” Control procedure 7.31. 7.31.1. OFFTIMEONOFF Control ( Power OFF time control ) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x28) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value ->...

  • Page 55

    “ HALFTONE ” Control procedure 7.32. 7.32.1. HALFTONE Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x2A) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x2A) : ‘...

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    “ BLUESCREEN ” Control procedure 7.33. 7.33.1. BLUESCREEN Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x2B) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x2B) : ‘...

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    “ PIXELSHIFT_EN ” Control procedure 7.34. 7.34.1. PIXELSHIFT_EN Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x2C) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x2C) : ‘...

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    “ WIPER_EN ” Control procedure 7.35. 7.35.1. WIPER Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x2D) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x2D) : ‘...

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    “ BGGRAY ” Control procedure 7.36. 7.36.1. BGGRAY Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x2E) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x2E) : ‘...

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    “ POWER ”(read only) Control procedure 7.37. 7.37.1. Current Power state read Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter (0xF4) (0x89) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x2F) Command (0xF4) : Start bit Target (0x89) : Get bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD(0xFE) : command data Parameter (0x2F) : ‘POWER ’...

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    “ CURHOUR ” Control procedure 7.38. 7.38.1. CURHOUR Control (Current time) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x30) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x30) : ‘...

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    “ CURMINUTE ” Control procedure 7.39. 7.39.1. CURMINUTE Control (Current time) Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x31) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x31) : ‘...

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    Dimming Control (7.40 ~ 7.42) Auto dimming control mode. Refer to diagram of DBLC On : Dimming varies by light ambient level Off : Dimming varies by brightness of image settings MAX_ILLUMINANCE Max dimming ambient level Setting Value = Ambient Level (by LUX) / 100 MIN_ILLUMINANCE Min dimming ambient level Setting Value = Ambient Level (by LUX) / 10...

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    “ MAX_ILLUMINANCE ” Control procedure 7.40. 7.40.1. MAX_ILLUMINANCE Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x33) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x33) : ‘...

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    “ MIN_ILLUMINANCE ” Control procedure 7.41. 7.41.1. MIN_ILLUMINANCE Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x34) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x34) : ‘...

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    “ AUTO_DIM ” Control procedure 7.42. 7.42.1. AUTO_DIM Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x35) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x35) : ‘...

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    Fan Control (7.43 ~ 7.47) There are three kind of fan control mode as below; Please refer to diagram of ATC On : Always activates fan Auto : Automatic activates/deactivates fans by temperature variation. CURTEMP_MAIN Get current temperature of main Reversed equation of TEMP_THRESHOLD to get real sensor temperature...

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    “ CURTEMP_MAIN ” Control procedure 7.43. 7.43.1. Current main Temperature state read Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter (0xF4) (0x89) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x37) Command (0xF4) : Start bit Target (0x89) : Get bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD(0xFE) : command data Parameter (0x37) : ‘CURTEMP_MAIN ’...

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    “ TEMP_THRESHOLD ” Control procedure 7.45. 7.45.1. TEMP_THRESHOLD Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x39) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x39) : ‘...

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    “ TEMP_HYSTERESIS ” Control procedure 7.46. 7.46.1. TEMP_ HYSTERESIS Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x3A) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x3A) : ‘...

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    “ FAN_CONTROL ” Control procedure 7.47. 7.47.1. FAN_CONTROL Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x3B) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x3B) : ‘...

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    (5.48 ~ 5.53)

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    “ SETX ” Control procedure 7.48. 7.48.1. SETX Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x3D) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x3D) : ‘...

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    “ SETY ” Control procedure 7.49. 7.49.1. SETY Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x3E) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x3E) : ‘...

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    “ SETXMAX ” Control procedure 7.50. 7.50.1. SETXMAX Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x3F) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x3F) : ‘...

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    “ SETYMAX ” Control procedure 7.51. 7.51.1. SETYMAX Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x40) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x40) : ‘...

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    “ SETXGAP ” Control procedure 7.52. 7.52.1. SETXGAP Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x41) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x41) : ‘...

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    “ SETYGAP ” Control procedure 7.53. 7.53.1. SETYGAP Control Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Command Target Monitor ID Parameter Value (0xF5) (0x88) (0x00) (0xFE) (0x42) Command (0xF5) : Start bit Target (0x88) : Set bit Monitor ID (0x00) : Default value -> 0x00 CMD (0xFE) : command data Parameter(0x40) : ‘...

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