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Get Commands; Hour Meter - Pioneer 504CMX - PDP - 50" Plasma Panel Command Reference Manual

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RS-232C Adjustment Mode

5.5.6 GET Commands

What are GET commands?
• They are commands for outputting TXD such as adjustment data from the internal microcomputer of the plasma
display to a PC.
• Adjustment data and the like is output in ASCII code.
Note
Command names are given inside brackets < >.
• Data output format
STX (02hex)
Data
Notes
• A GET command is invalid when no ID No. is assigned to the set.
• A GET command is invalid when a wildcard (*) is used in the ID No. when sending the command.
1) <GST> (GET STATUS)
Order
Data Contents
1
Display data
2
Power data
3
Input function data (main)
4
Input function data (sub)
5
Screen size data
6
2-screen display
7
FUNCTIONAL LOCK data
8
Dummy data
9
Temperature data 2
10
Temperature data 3
11
Serial
12
Dummy data
13
Dummy data
14
HOURMETER
15
Check sum
Display data
Power data
Screen size data
NOTE 1) During standby and immediately after POWER ON, the proper value is not output. In this case, wait a moment
after the POWER ON, then get the data. The temperature data is output as a reference (the values are not
guaranteed values). Normally, refer to temperature data 3.
NOTE 2) During standby and during 1-screen display, dummy data (symbol) is output.
NOTE 3) During standby and during 1-screen display the values stored in memory for the product are output.
11
Data
····
Size
3 Byte
See below
3 Byte
See below (The third character is sub input.)
3 Byte
Input data when GST is received (INPUT1 to 5 is displayed as IN1 to 5.)
3 Byte
Sub input data when GST is received
(INPUT 1 to 5 is displayed as IS1 to IS5.)
1 Byte
See below
1 Byte
0: OFF (1 screen)
3: PinP (upper right) 4: PinP (upper left)
6: PoutP
1 Byte
0: LOCK OFF
3: IR&BUTTONS LOCK
3 Byte
(3-digit number)
3 Byte
(Internal temperature: Reference value) °C
3 Byte
(External temperature: Reference value) °C
15 Byte
3 Byte
(3-digit number)
3 Byte
5 Byte
Displays the time.
2 Byte
First character Generation data: 4 (fixed)
Second character Inch data: 4 (43 inch), 5 (50 inch)
Third character Destination data: M (fixed)
First character Power state & signal state
Second character PN (POWER ON & normal signal input)
PL (POWER ON & no input)
PO (POWER ON & OUT OF RANGE signal input)
SN (Normal standby)
SW (Standby by POWER MANAGMENT)
SS (Standby by SD or PD)
Third character Sub input signal state during multi-screen display
N (Normal signal input) L (No input)
O (OUT OF RANGE signal input)
First character 0; Dot by Dot or PARTIAL 1; 4 : 3 2; FULL or FULL1080i
3; ZOOM 4;CINEMA 5;WIDE 8;FULL1035i 9; UNDERSCAN
Data
Checksum
ETX (03hex)
Remarks
1: 2-SCREEN
1: BUTTONS LOCK
4: MEMORY LOCK
Note 3)
2: PinP (lower right)
5: PinP (lower left)
2: IR LOCK
Note 1)
Note 1)
Note 2)

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