Remote control (continued)
5) Read command
The computer sends the command without datacode to the monitor.
After receiving this command, the monitor returns the command with datacode including the current status to the computer.
Example: When the computer asks the power status of the monitor, and the status of the monitor is powered-on.
Control command from computer
30 30 76 50 0D '0''0''v''P'[enter]
Structure of the Read-command
Around the main
Around the power
* OPTION can be used when an extension module is mounted on the option slot.
The monitor will acknowledge the power-on/off command issued from the OPS-compliant computer, however, it will not execute
the command. This is not a malfunction. For automatic operation, use SCHEDULE in the CONFIGURATION2 menu of the OSD
When you connect the monitor and the computer using a LAN hub and a LAN cable (see page 25) and then conﬁ gure the network
settings using LAN SETTING in the CONFIGURATION2 menu of the OSD screen function, you can remote-control the monitor using
the same commands as those for RS-232C.
1. Setting procedure
(1) Set the following network parameters using the OSD menu. (See page 49.)
• DHCP client ON/OFF, IP address, subnet mask and default gateway
(2) Set the IP address described above and the port number (63007 or 3007) using the application program of your computer to
perform the socket communication.
(3) Send the same control command as that for RS-232C via TCP/IP socket communication.
(4) Check the return command sent from the monitor. When it is received successfully, the setting is completed.
Return command from monitor to
30 30 76 50 31 0D '0''0''v''P''1'[enter]
LAN Remote control
Description of command
Sending a command for checking the
Monitor is powered-on.
74 63 31
74 63 32
Carry out as necessary
2B 20 32 35
2B 20 33 31