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External Control
INDEX
I. Application ................................................................................4
II. Preparation ...............................................................................5
2. Connectors and wiring ....................................................................5
2.1 RS-232C Remote control ...............................................................5
2.2 LAN control ...........................................................................5
III. Communication specification ...............................................................7
3. Communication Parameter ................................................................7
3.1 RS-232C Remote control ...............................................................7
3.2 LAN control ...........................................................................7
3.3 Communication timing .................................................................7
4. Communication Format ...................................................................8
4.1 Header block format (fixed length) ......................................................9
4.2 Message block format ................................................................11
4.3 Check code ..........................................................................13
4.4 Delimiter ............................................................................14
5. Message type ...........................................................................15
5.1 Get current Parameter from a monitor. .................................................15
5.2 "Get parameter" reply .................................................................16
5.3 Set parameter ........................................................................18
5.4 "Set parameter" reply .................................................................19
5.5 Commands ...........................................................................20
5.5.1 Save Current Settings . ............................................................20
5.5.2 Get Timing Report and Timing reply. ................................................21
5.5.3 NULL Message ....................................................................22
IV. Control Commands .......................................................................23
6. Typical procedure example ...............................................................23
6.1. How to change the "Backlight" setting. ................................................23
6.3. Operation Code (OP code) Table .......................................................29
7. Power control procedure .................................................................42
7.1 Power status read ....................................................................42
7.2 Power control ........................................................................44
8. Asset Data read and write ................................................................46
8.1 Asset Data Read Request and reply ....................................................46
NEC LCD Monitor
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Rev.1.0 (G2)

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    External Control NEC LCD Monitor Rev.1.0 (G2) INDEX I. Application ................4 II. Preparation ................5 2. Connectors and wiring ..............5 2.1 RS-232C Remote control ...............5 2.2 LAN control ................5 III. Communication specification ...............7 3. Communication Parameter ..............7 3.1 RS-232C Remote control ...............7 3.2 LAN control ................7...
  • Page 2 8.2 Asset Data write ..............48 9. Date & Time read and write ..............50 9.1 Date & Time Read ..............50 9.2 Date & Time Write ..............52 10. Schedule read and write ..............55 10.1 Schedule Read ..............55 10.2 Schedule Write ..............60 11. Self diagnosis ................70 11.1 Self-diagnosis status read ............70 12.
  • Page 3 20.2 Power Save Mode Write .............107 20.3 Auto Power Save Time Read ............109 20.4 Auto Power Save Time Write ............110 20.5 Auto Standby Time Read ............112 20.6 Auto Standby Time Write ............113 21. Setting Copy ................115 21.1 Setting Copy Read ..............115 21.2 Setting Copy Write ..............117 21.3 Setting Copy Start ..............119 22.
  • Page 4: Application

    I. Application This document defines the communications method for control of the NEC LCD monitor, MultiSync P403/ P463 /P553 when using an external controller. (4/137)
  • Page 5: Preparation

    2.1 RS-232C Remote control Connector: 9-pin D-Sub Cable: Cross (reversed) cable or null modem cable (Please refer “Controlling the LCD monitor via RS-232C Remote control” on User’s manual.) 2.2 LAN control Connector: RJ-45 10/100 BASE-T Cable: Category 5 or higher LAN cable...
  • Page 6 (Please refer “Controlling the LCD monitor via LAN control” on User’s manual.) (6/137)
  • Page 7: Communication Specification

    And the controller (PC) has to re-connect to control the monitor again, after 15 minutes or more. 3.3 Communication timing The controller should wait for a packet interval before next command is sent. The packet interval needs to be longer than 600msec for the LCD monitor. (7/137)
  • Page 8: Communication Format

    4. Communication Format Header Message Check Code Delimiter The command packet consists of four parts, Header, Message, Check code and Delimiter. Recommended sequence of a typical procedure to control a monitor is as follows, [A controller and a monitor, two-way communication composition figure] ■...
  • Page 9: Header Block Format (Fixed Length)

    4.1 Header block format (fixed length) Header Message Check code Delimiter Reserved Destination Source Message Message Type Length byte) SOH: Start of Header ASCII SOH (01h) byte) Reserved: Reserved for future extensions. On this monitor, it must be ASCII '0'(30h). byte) Destination: Destination equipment ID.
  • Page 10 Ex.) If you want to control a monitor that has the "ID No." as '1', specify a destination address 'A'(41h). If you want to control all of the monitors which are connected by a daisy chain, specify a destination address ‘*’(2Ah). byte) Source: Source equipment ID.
  • Page 11: Message Block Format

    4.2 Message block format Header Message Check code Delimiter “Message block format” is allied to the “Message Type” in the “Header”. Refer to the section 6 “Message format” for more detail. 1)Get current parameter The controller sends this message when you want to get the status of the monitor. For the status that you want to get, specify the “OP code page”...
  • Page 12 such as “Save current settings”, “Get timing report”, “power control”, “Schedule”, etc. Refer to section 5.5 “Commands message” for more details. 6)Command reply The monitor replies to a query from the controller. “Command reply message” format depends on each command. Refer to section 5.5 “Commands message”...
  • Page 13: Check Code

    4.3 Check code Header Message Check code Delimiter Check code is the Block Check Code (BCC) between the Header and the End of Message except SOH. Reserved Destination Source Type Length(H) Length(L) Data Check code XOR D XOR D XOR ,,, D XOR: Exclusive OR Following is an example of a Check code (BCC) calculation.
  • Page 14: Delimiter

    4.4 Delimiter Delimiter Header Message Check code Packet delimiter code; ASCII CR(0Dh). (14/137)
  • Page 15: Message Type

    5. Message type 5.1 Get current Parameter from a monitor. OP code OP code page –5 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” the “OP code”, refer to “Appendix A.
  • Page 16: Get Parameter" Reply

    5.2 "Get parameter" reply Result OP code OP code Type Max value Current Value page –5 –7 The monitor replies with a current value and the status of the requested item (operation code). byte) STX: Start of Message ASCII STX (02h) bytes) Result code.
  • Page 17 byte) ETX: End of Message ASCII ETX (03h) (17/137)
  • Page 18: Set Parameter

    5.3 Set parameter OP code OP code Set Value page Send this message to change monitor’s adjustment and so on. The controller requests a monitor to change value. byte) STX: Start of Message ASCII STX (02h) bytes) OP code page: Operation code page This OP code page data must be encoded to ASCII characters.
  • Page 19: Set Parameter" Reply

    5.4 "Set parameter" reply Result OP code OP code Type Max value Requested setting page Value The Monitor echoes back the parameter and status of the requested operation code. byte) STX: Start of Message ASCII STX (02h) bytes) Result code ASCII '0''0' (30h, 30h): No Error.
  • Page 20: Commands

    5.5 Commands "Command message format" depends on each command. Some commands are shown with usage. Refer to section 7 to 13. 5.5.1 Save Current Settings. The controller requests for the monitor to store the adjusted value. Command code  Send "OC"(30h, 43h) as Save current settings command. ...
  • Page 21: Get Timing Report And Timing Reply

    5.5.2 Get Timing Report and Timing reply. The controller requests the monitor to report the displayed image timing. Command code  Send "07"(30h, 37h) as Get Timing Report command.  Complete "Get Timing Report" command packet as follows; ASCII: 01h-30h-41h-30h-41h-30h-34h-02h-30h-37h-03h-CHK-0Dh SOH-'0'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'4'-STX-'0'-'7'-ETX-CHK- CR The monitor replies status as the following format;...
  • Page 22: Null Message

    5.5.3 NULL Message Command code The NULL message returned from the monitor is used in the following cases;  To tell the controller that the monitor does not have any answer to give to the host (not ready or not expected) ...
  • Page 23: Control Commands

    IV. Control Commands 6. Typical procedure example The following is a sample of procedures to control the monitor, these are examples of "Get parameter", "Set parameter" and "Save current settings". 6.1. How to change the “Backlight” setting. Step 1. The controller requests the Monitor to reply with the current brightness setting and capability to support this operation.
  • Page 24 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet Step 3. The controller request the monitor to change the Backlight setting Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'0'-'0'-'1'-'0'- '0'-'E'-'0'-'A' '0'-'0'-'5'-'0'-ETX 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'.
  • Page 25  Repeat Step 1 and Step 2, if you need to check the Backlight setting. (Recommended) Step 5. Request the monitor to store the Backlight setting. (Save Current Settings Command) Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'0-'C'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'4' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID which you want to store the setting.
  • Page 26: How To Read The Measurement Value Of The Built-In Temperature Sensors

    6.2. How to read the measurement value of the built-in temperature sensors. MultiSync P403/ P463 /P553 have three built-in temperature sensors. The controller can monitor inside temperatures by using those sensors with external control. The following shows the procedure for reading the temperatures from the sensors. Step 1.
  • Page 27 '0'-'0'-'0'-'3' (30h, 30h, 30h, 33h): Number of temperature sensors are 3 (0003h). '0'-'0'-'0'-'1' (30h, 30h, 30h, 31h): temperature sensor is #1. ETX (03h): End of Message Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet Step 3.
  • Page 28 Readout value is 2's complement. Readout value Temperature [Celsius] Binary Hexadecimal +125.0 0000 0000 1111 1010 00FAh + 25.0 0000 0000 0011 0010 0032h + 0.5 0000 0000 0000 0001 0001h 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000h - 0.5 1111 1111 1111 1111 FFFFh - 25.0 1111 1111 1100 1110...
  • Page 29: Operation Code (Op Code) Table

    6.3. Operation Code (OP code) Table Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page BACKLIGHT 0: dark 100(64h): bright CONTRAST 0: low 100(64h): high SHARPNESS 0: dull 24(18h): sharp BRIGHTNESS 0: dark 100(64h): bright 0: purplish 100(64h): greenish COLOR 0: pale 100(64h): deep COLOR TEMPERATURE 0:2600K...
  • Page 30 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page TELECINE 0: No mean 1: Off 2: Auto PICTURE MODE 0: No mean sRGB: 1: sRGB PC mode only 3: HIGHBRIGHT CINEMA: 4: STANDARD A/V mode only 5: CINEMA 8: CUSTOM1 9: CUSTOM2 RESET 0: No mean Momentary...
  • Page 31 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page INPUT RESOLUTION Input Resolution select 0:No mean 1:Item 1(always Auto) 2:Item 2 3:Item 3 4:Item 4 5:Item 5 Item 1= AUTO Item 2= -- / 1024x768 / 1400x1050 / 800x600 / 1280x960 Item 3= -- / 1280x768 / 1680x1050 / 1024x576 /...
  • Page 32 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page OSD FLIP 0: No mean 1: OFF 2: ON RESET 0: No mean Momentary (ADJUST) 3: Reset Adjust category VOLUME 0: whisper 100(64h): loud BALANCE O: Left 30(1Eh):(Center) 60(3Ch): Right 0: No mean 1: MONAURAL 2: STEREO TREBLE...
  • Page 33 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page RESET 0: No mean Momentary (SCHEDULE) 5: Reset Schedule category KEEP PIP MODE 0: No mean 1: OFF 2: ON PIP MODE 0: No mean 1: OFF 2: PIP 3: POP (4: STILL) 5: PICTURE BY PICTURE - ASPECT 6: PICTURE BY PICTURE...
  • Page 34 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page PIP INPUT(SUB INPUT) 0: No mean This operation 1: VGA has limitation of 2: RGB/HV selection. 3: DVI Please refer to 4: HDMI (Set only) the monitor 5: VIDEO instruction 7: S-VIDEO manual. 12(0Ch): Y/Pb/Pr 13(0Dh): OPTION 14(0Eh): Y/Pb/Pr2...
  • Page 35 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page INPUT NAME Refer to chapter 18 NAME RESET MEMO 0: No mean 1: Display a Memo 2: Undisplay a Memo RESET 0: No mean Momentary (OSD) 7: Reset OSD category MONITOR ID 1-100:ID GROUP ID 0: No assignment Bit0:Group A...
  • Page 36 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page RESET 0: No mean Momentary (MULTI DISPLAY) 8: Reset Multi Display Category POWER SAVE Refer to Chapter 20 HEAT FAN1/2/3 Select target FAN. (7Ah) Read Only STATUS /7Bh 0: No mean 1: FAN#1 2: FAN#2 3: FAN#3 Read status of target...
  • Page 37 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page CHANGE PASSWORD SECURITY Refer to Chapter 22 RESET 0: No mean Momentary (DISPLAY PROTECTION) 9: Reset Display Protection category IP ADDRESS SETTING MAC ADDRESS Refer to Chapter 23 LAN POWER 0: No mean 1: OFF 2: ON DDC/CI...
  • Page 38 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page INPUT2 TERMINA DVI MODE 0: No mean 1: DVI-PC SETTING 2: DVI-HD BNC MODE 0: No mean 1: RGB 2: COMPONENT D-SUB MODE 0: No mean 1: RGB 2: COMPONENT SCART MODE 0: OFF 1: ON DisplayPort F1h/F2h...
  • Page 39 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page TOUCH STANDBY 0: No mean PANEL 1: OFF 2: ON PC SOURCE 0: No mean 1: AUTO 2: EXTERNAL PC RESET 0: No mean Momentary (ADVANCED OPTION1) 10(0Ah): Reset Advanced option1 category AUTO AUTO BRIGHTNESS 0: OFF DIMMING...
  • Page 40 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page INTELLI WIRELESS DATA 0: No mean 1: OFF 2: ON RESET 0: No mean Momentary (ADVANCED OPTION2) 11(0Bh): Reset Advanced option category FACTORY RESET 0: No mean Momentary 1: Factory Reset INPUT 0: No mean 1: VGA 2: RGB/HV 3: DVI...
  • Page 41 Item OP code Parameter Remarks code page PIP ON/OFF 0: No mean STILL ON/OFF 1: Off 2: PIP 3: POP 4: STILL 5: PICTUR BY PICTURE - ASPECT 6: PICTURE BY PICTURE - FULL PIP INPUT 0: No mean This operation 1: VGA has limitation of 2: RGB/HV...
  • Page 42: Power Control Procedure

    7. Power control procedure 7.1 Power status read 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply a current power status. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'0'-'1'-'D'-'6'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'6' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID from which you want to get status. Ex.) If Monitor ID is '1', specify 'A'.
  • Page 43 Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (43/137)
  • Page 44: Power Control

    7.2 Power control 1) The controller requests the monitor to control monitor power. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'0'-'3'-'D'-'6'- '0'-'A'-'0'-'C' '0'-'0'-'0'-'1'-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID which you want to change a setting. Ex.) If Monitor ID is '1', specify 'A'.
  • Page 45 Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (45/137)
  • Page 46: Asset Data Read And Write

    8. Asset Data read and write MultiSync P403/ P463 /P553 have the area for to store user’s asset data of up to 64bytes. 8.1 Asset Data Read Request and reply This command is used in order to read Asset Data. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply with Asset data.
  • Page 47 Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (47/137)
  • Page 48: Asset Data Write

    8.2 Asset Data write This command is used in order to write Asset Data. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Asset data. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'0'-'0'-'E'-'0'-'0'- '0'-'A'-N-N Data(0)-Data(1)---Data(N)-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID in which you want to write data.
  • Page 49 CR (0Dh): End of packet (49/137)
  • Page 50: Date & Time Read And Write

    9. Date & Time read and write 9.1 Date & Time Read This command is used in order to read the setting of Date & Time. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply with the Date & Time. Header Message Check code Delimiter...
  • Page 51 '1'-'F'(31h, 46h): 31(=1Fh) WW: weekdays '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): Sunday '0'-'1'(30h, 31h): Monday '0'-'2'(30h, 32h): Tuesday '0'-'3'(30h, 33h): Wednesday '0'-'4'(30h, 34h): Thursday '0'-'5'(30h, 35h): Friday '0'-'6'(30h, 36h): Saturday HH: Hours '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0 '1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h) MN: Minutes '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0 '3'-'B' (33h, 42h): 59 (=3Bh) DS: Daylight saving (Summer time) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): NO...
  • Page 52: Date & Time Write

    9.2 Date & Time Write This command is used in order to write the setting of the Date & Time. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Date & Time. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'2'- '0'-'A'-'1'-'2' YY-MM-DD-WW-HH-MN-DS-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header...
  • Page 53 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet 2) The monitor replies a data for confirmation. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'3'-'1'-'2'-ST- 'B'-'1'-'6' YY-MM-DD-WW-HH-MN-DS-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved '0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller. Monitor ID: Indicate a replying Monitor ID.
  • Page 54 Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (54/137)
  • Page 55: Schedule Read And Write

    10. Schedule read and write 10.1 Schedule Read This command is used in order to read the setting of the Schedule. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read Schedule. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'2'-'1'-PG-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to get status.
  • Page 56 ON_MIN: Turn on time (minute) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0 '3'-'B'(33h, 42h): 59 '3'-'C'(33h, 43h): On timer isn't set. OFF_HOUR: Turn off time (hour) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 00 '1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h) '1'-'8'(31h, 38h): Off timer isn't set. OFF_MIN: Turn off time (minute) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0 '3'-'B'(33h, 42h): 59 (=3Bh) '3'-'C'(33h, 43h): Off timer isn’t set.
  • Page 57 EXT1: Extension1 '0'-'0'(30h,30h): (On this monitor, it is always ‘00’) EXT2: Extension 2 '0'-'0'(30h,30h): (On this monitor, it is always ‘00’) EXT3: Extension 3 '0'-'0'(30h,30h): (On this monitor, it is always ‘00’) EXT4: Extension 4 '0'-'0'(30h,30h): (On this monitor, it is always ‘00’) EXT5: Extension 5 '0'-'0'(30h,30h): (On this monitor, it is always ‘00’) EXT6: Extension 6...
  • Page 58 ***Following command also can be used for to keep backward compatibility, in order to read the setting of the Schedule. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read Schedule. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'3'-PG-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to get status.
  • Page 59 ON_MIN: Turn on time (minute) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0 '3'-'B'(33h, 42h): 59 '3'-'C'(33h, 43h): On timer isn't set. OFF_HOUR: Turn off time (hour) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 00 '1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h) '1'-'8'(31h, 38h): Off timer isn't set. OFF_MIN: Turn off time (minute) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0 '3'-'B'(33h, 42h): 59 (=3Bh) '3'-'C'(33h, 43h): Off timer isn’t set.
  • Page 60: Schedule Write

    10.2 Schedule Write This command is used in order to write the setting of the Schedule. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Schedule. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'2'-'2'-PG-ON HOUR-ON MIN- '0'-'A'-'2'-'6' OFF HOUR-OFF MIN-INPUT-WD-FL-P MODE- EXT1-EXT2-EXT3-EXT4-EXT5-EXT6-EXT7-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header...
  • Page 61 '0'-'E'(30h,45h): Y/Pb/Pr2 '0'-'F'(30h,46h): DPORT '1'-'0'(31h,30h): DPORT2 '1'-'1'(31h,31h): HDMI '1'-'2'(31h,32h): HDMI2 '8'-'0'(38h,30h): DPORT3 * Please select active input on your system (setting). * If you select inactive input here, the input change execution will be ignored. WD: Week setting bit 0: MONDAY bit 1: TUESDAY bit 2: WEDNESDAY bit 3: THURSDAY...
  • Page 62 Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet 2) The monitor replies a data for confirmation. Header Message Check Delimiter code SOH-'0'-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'3'-'2'-'2'-ST-PG-ON HOUR-ON MIN- 'B'-'2'-'8' OFF HOUR-OFF MIN-INPUT-WD-FL-P MODE- EXT1-EXT2-EXT3-EXT4-EXT5-EXT6-EXT7-ETX...
  • Page 63 '0'-'D'(30h,44h): OPTION '0'-'E'(30h,45h): Y/Pb/Pr2 '0'-'F'(30h,46h): DPORT '1'-'0'(31h,30h): DPORT2 '1'-'1'(31h,31h): HDMI '1'-'2'(31h,32h): HDMI2 '8'-'0'(38h,30h): DPORT3 WD: Week setting bit 0: MONDAY bit 1: TUESDAY bit 2: WEDNESDAY bit 3: THURSDAY bit 4: FRIDAY bit 5: SATURDAY bit 6: SUNDAY '0'-'1'(30h, 31h): MONDAY '0'-'4'(30h, 34h): TUESDAY '0'-'F'(30h, 46h): MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY '7'-'F'(37h, 46h): MONDAY to SUNDAY...
  • Page 64 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet 3) The controller requests the monitor to write Enable/Disable Schedule. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'5'-PG-EN-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'A' 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'.
  • Page 65 '0'-'1'(30h, 31h): Enable ETX (03h): End of Message Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (65/137)
  • Page 66 ***Following command also can be used for to keep backward compatibility, in order to write the setting of the Schedule. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Schedule. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'4'-PG-ON HOUR-ON MIN- '0'-'A'-'1'-'6' OFF HOUR-OFF MIN-INPUT-WD-FL-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header...
  • Page 67 bit 2: WEDNESDAY bit 3: THURSDAY bit 4: FRIDAY bit 5: SATURDAY bit 6: SUNDAY '0'-'1'(30h, 31h): MONDAY '0'-'4'(30h, 34h): TUESDAY '0'-'F'(30h, 46h): MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY '7'-'F'(37h, 46h): MONDAY to SUNDAY FL: Option bit 0: 0:once 1:Everyday bit 1: 0:once 1:Every week bit 2: 0:Disable 1:Enable * When bit 0 and bit 1 are '1', it behaves as Everyday.
  • Page 68 '3'-'C'(33h, 43h): On timer isn’t set. OFF_HOUR: Turn off time (hour) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 00 '1'-'7'(31h, 37h): 23 (=17h) '1'-'8'(31h, 38h): Off timer isn't set. OFF_MIN: Turn off time (minute) '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): 0 '3'-'B'(33h, 42h): 59 (=3Bh) '3'-'C'(33h, 43h): Off timer isn’t set. INPUT: Timer input '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): DVI '0'-'1'(30h, 31h): VGA...
  • Page 69 'A' (41h): Message type is "Command". '0'-'A'(30h, 41h): Message length Message STX (02h): Start of Message 'C'-'2'-'1'-'5' (43h, 32h, 31h, 35h): Enable/Disable Schedule writes command PG-EN: Enable/Disable Schedule data PG: Program No. '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): Program No.1 '0'-'6'(30h, 36h): Program No.7 EN: Enable /Disable '0'-'0'(30h, 30h): Disable '0'-'1'(30h, 31h): Enable...
  • Page 70: Self Diagnosis

    11. Self diagnosis 11.1 Self-diagnosis status read This command is used in order to read the Self-diagnosis status. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read Self-diagnosis status. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'B'-'1'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'4' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID which you want to get status.
  • Page 71 'D'-'0'(44h, 30h):D0: PROOF OF PLAY buffer reduction 'E'-'0'(45h, 30h):E0: System error ETX (03h): End of Message Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (71/137)
  • Page 72: Serial No. & Model Name Read

    12. Serial No. & Model Name Read 12.1 Serial No. Read This command is used in order to read a serial number. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read a serial number. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'6'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'6' Header...
  • Page 73: Model Name Read

    12.2 Model Name Read This command is used in order to read the Model Name. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read Model Name. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'1'-'7'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'6' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID which you want to get Model Name.
  • Page 74: Security Lock

    13. Security Lock 13.1 Security Lock Control This command sets the condition of security lock function to "LOCK" or "UNLOCK". If security pass codes 1st to 4th are matched with monitor resisted pass codes, then this command is executed, and reply no error status and a new condition. If codes aren't matched with them then setting isn't changed, and reply error status and a current condition.
  • Page 75 2) The monitor replies the result to the controller. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'3'-'1'-'D'- 'B'-'0'-'A' ST-EN-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved '0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller. Monitor ID: Indicate a replying Monitor ID. Ex.) When this byte is set to 'A', the replying Monitor ID is '1'.
  • Page 76: Direct Tv Chanel Read & Write

    14. Direct TV Chanel Read & Write When DTV unit (Option unit) is installed, channel settings is read and write directly. 14.1 Direct TV Chanel Read & Reply 1) The controller requests the monitor to read channel information. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID-...
  • Page 77: Direct Tv Chanel Write & Reply

    14.2 Direct TV Chanel Write & Reply 1) The controller requests the monitor to write channel information. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'2'-'D'- '0'-'A'-'1'-'2' MajorCH-MinorCH-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID which you want to get Model Name. Ex.) If Monitor ID is '1', specify 'A'.
  • Page 78: Daylight Saving Read & Write

    15. Daylight Saving read & write 15.1 Daylight Saving Read This command is used in order to read the setting of Daylight Saving. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply a Daylight Saving setting. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'1'-'0'-'0'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8'...
  • Page 79 LAST : 05h (30h, 35h) BD2: BEGIN DAY2 SUNDAY : 01h (30h, 31h) MONDAY : 02h (30h, 32h) TUESDAY : 03h (30h, 33h) WEDNESDAY : 04h (30h, 34h) THURSDAY : 05h (30h, 35h) FRIDAY : 06h (30h, 36h) SATURDAY : 07h (30h, 37h) BT1: BEGIN TIME1 00h (30h, 30h) –...
  • Page 80: Daylight Saving Write

    15.2 Daylight Saving Write This command is used in order to write the setting of the Daylight Saving. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Daylight Saving. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'1'-'0'-'1'-BM-BD1-BD2- '0'-'A'-'1'-'E' BT1-BT2-EM-ED1-ED2-ET1-ET2-TD-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 81 +01:00 : 00h (30h, 30h) +00:30 : 01h (30h, 31h) -00:30 : 02h (30h, 32h) -01:00 : 03h (30h, 33h) ETX (03h): End of Message Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet 2) The monitor replies a written in result.
  • Page 82: Firmware Version

    16. Firmware Version 16.1 Firmware Version Read This command is used in order to read a firmware version. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply a firmware version. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'2'-TY-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 83 2Eh (32h, 45h) (fixed) BV1: Minor (Basic) Version1: 00h (30h, 30h) – 09h (30h, 39h) BV2: Minor (Basic) Version2: 00h (30h, 30h) – 09h (30h, 39h) BV3: Minor (Basic) Version3: 00h (30h, 30h) – 09h (30h, 39h) BR1: Branch Version1: A:41h (34h, 31h) –...
  • Page 84: Auto Id

    17. Auto ID 17.1 Auto ID Execute This command is used in order to execute Auto ID function. 1) The controller requests the monitor to execute Auto ID function. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'1'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 85 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (85/137)
  • Page 86: Auto Id Complete

    17.2 Auto ID Complete This command is used in order to notify complete status of Auto ID. 1) The monitor sends the controller to complete status of Auto ID. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'2'-ST-MON-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'C' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 87 Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (87/137)
  • Page 88: Auto Id Reset

    17.3 Auto ID Reset This command is used in order to reset Auto ID. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reset Auto ID. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'A'-'0'-'3'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 89: Input Name

    18. Input Name 18.1 Input Name Read This command is used in order to read the setting of Input Name. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply Input Name setting. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'4'-'0'-'0'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved...
  • Page 90 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (90/137)
  • Page 91: Input Name Write

    18.2 Input Name Write This command is used in order to write the setting of Input Name. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Input Name. Header Message Check Delimiter code SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'4'-'0'-1'- '0'-'A'- LN(H)-LN(L) Data(0)-Data(1)-Data(2)- --- -Data(n)-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved...
  • Page 92 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (92/137)
  • Page 93: Input Name Reset

    18.3 Input Name Reset This command is used in order to reset the Input Name. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reset Input Name. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'4'-'0'-'2'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 94 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (94/137)
  • Page 95: Auto Tile Matrix

    19. Auto Tile Matrix 19.1 Auto Tile Matrix Execute This command is used in order to execute the Auto Tile Matrix Setup. 1) The controller requests the monitor to execute Auto Tile Matrix Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'3'-'0'-'1'- '0'-'A'-'1'-'2' HM-VM-PID-SEL-TMEM-ETX...
  • Page 96 '0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller. Monitor ID: Indicate a replying Monitor ID. Ex.) When this byte is set to ‘A’, replying monitor’s ID is ‘1’. 'B' (42h): Message type is "Command reply". '0'-'A'(30h, 41h): Message length (10bytes) Message STX (02h): Start of Message 'C'-'B'-'0'-'3' (43h, 42h, 30h, 33h): Auto Tile Matrix Command '0'-'1' (30h, 31h): Execution...
  • Page 97: Auto Tile Matrix Complete

    19.2 Auto Tile Matrix Complete This command is used in order to notify complete status of Auto Tile Matrix Setup. 1) The monitor notifies that Auto Tile Matrix completed to controller. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'3'-'0'-'2'-ST-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'A' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved...
  • Page 98 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (98/137)
  • Page 99: Auto Tile Matrix Monitors Read

    19.3 Auto Tile Matrix Monitors Read This command is used in order to read the setting of H/V Monitors. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply H/V Monitors setting. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'3'-'0'-'4'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 100 Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (100/137)
  • Page 101: Auto Tile Matrix Monitors Write

    19.4 Auto Tile Matrix Monitors Write This command is used in order to write the setting of H/V Monitors. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write H/V Monitors. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'3'-'0'-'5'-HM-VM-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'C' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 102 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (102/137)
  • Page 103: Auto Tile Matrix Reset

    19.5 Auto Tile Matrix Reset This command is used in order to reset the Auto Tile Matrix Setup. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reset Auto Tile Matrix Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'3'-'0'-'6'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 104 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (104/137)
  • Page 105: Power Save Mode

    20. Power Save Mode 20.1 Power Save Mode Read This command is used in order to read the Power Save Mode. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read Power Save Mode Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'B'-0'-'0'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header...
  • Page 106 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (106/137)
  • Page 107: Power Save Mode Write

    20.2 Power Save Mode Write This command is used in order to write the setting of Power Save Mode. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Power Save Mode. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'B'-0'-'1'-MODE-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'A' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 108 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (108/137)
  • Page 109: Auto Power Save Time Read

    20.3 Auto Power Save Time Read This command is used in order to read the setting of Auto Power Save Time. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply Time setting. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'B'-'0'-'2'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved...
  • Page 110: Auto Power Save Time Write

    20.4 Auto Power Save Time Write This command is used in order to write the setting of Auto Power Save Time. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Time. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'B'-0'-'3'-TIME-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'A' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 111 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (111/137)
  • Page 112: Auto Standby Time Read

    20.5 Auto Standby Time Read This command is used in order to read the setting of Auto Standby Time. 1) The controller requests the monitor to reply Time setting. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'B'-'0'-'4'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 113: Auto Standby Time Write

    20.6 Auto Standby Time Write This command is used in order to write the setting of Auto Standby Time. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Time. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID-'0'- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'B'-0'-'5'-TIME-ETX 'A'-'0'-'A' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 114 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (114/137)
  • Page 115: Setting Copy

    21. Setting Copy 21.1 Setting Copy Read This command is used in order to read the Setting Copy. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read Setting Copy Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'9'-0'-'0'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 116 Bit6: OSD Bit7: MULTI DISP Bit8: PROTECT Bit9: EXT-CTRL Bit10: ADVANCED Bit11: ADVANCED2 Bit12: HTTP Bit13: Reserve Bit14: Reserve Bit15: Reserve Ex.) Setting the following value for T4 Bit0: ALL INPUT is OFF (0). Bit1: PICTURE is OFF (0). Bit2: ADJUST is ON (1). Bit3: AUDIO is ON (1).
  • Page 117: Setting Copy Write

    21.2 Setting Copy Write This command is used in order to write the setting of Setting Copy. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Setting Copy. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'9'-0'-'1'- '0'-'A'-'1'-'0' T4-T3-T2-T1-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 118 2) The monitor replies a written in result. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'B'-'0'-'9'-'0'-'1'-ST-ETX 'B'-'0'-'A' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved '0' (30h): Message receiver is the controller. Monitor ID: Indicate a replying Monitor ID. Ex.) When this byte is set to ‘A’, replying monitor’s ID is ‘1’.
  • Page 119: Setting Copy Start

    21.3 Setting Copy Start This command is used in order to start Setting Copy. 1) The controller requests the monitor to write Setting Copy Start. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'9'-0'-'2'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 120 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (120/137)
  • Page 121: Security Enable

    22. Security Enable 22.1 Security Enable Read This command is used in order to read the Security Enable. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read Security Enable Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'C'-'0'-'2'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 122 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (122/137)
  • Page 123: Security Enable Write

    22.2 Security Enable Write This command is used in order to write the setting of Security Enable. 1) The controller requests the monitor to set Security password. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'C'-'0'-'1'- '0'-'A'-'1'-'C' ENA-‘0’-‘0’-PWD1-…-PWD8-ETX Header SOH (01h): Start of Header '0' (30h): Reserved Monitor ID: Specify the Monitor ID of which you want to change a setting.
  • Page 124 Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (124/137)
  • Page 125: Lan Mac Address

    23. LAN MAC Address 23.1 LAN MAC Address Read This command is used in order to read the MAC Address. 1) The controller requests the monitor to read MAC Address Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'2'-'2'-'A'-‘0’-‘2’-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h) : Start of Header '0' (30h) : Reserved Monitor ID : Specify the Monitor ID from which you want to get status.
  • Page 126 In the case of IPv6 -> n = 7 ETX (03h): End of Message Check code BCC: Block Check Code Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (126/137)
  • Page 127: Proof Of Play

    24. Proof of Play 24.1 Start Proof of Play This command is used in order to read Proof of Play log data. 1) The controller requests the monitor to start Proof of Play. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'6'-'0'-'0'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header...
  • Page 128 Refer to the section 4.5 “Check code” for a BCC calculation. Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (128/137)
  • Page 129: Stop Proof Of Play

    24.2 Stop Proof of Play This command is used in order to stop Proof of Play log data. 1) The controller requests the monitor to stop Proof of Play. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'6'-'0'-'1'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header SOH (01h) : Start of Header '0' (30h) : Reserved Monitor ID : Specify the Monitor ID from which you want to get status.
  • Page 130 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (130/137)
  • Page 131: Get Proof Of Play Current

    24.3 Get Proof of Play Current This command is used in order to get Proof of Play current log. 1) The controller requests the monitor to get current log of Proof of Play. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'6'-'0'-'2'-ETX '0'-'A'-'0'-'8' Header...
  • Page 132 '0'-'5': VIDEO '0'-'7': S-VIDEO '0'-'C': Y/Pb/Pr '0'-'D': OPTION '0'-'E': Y/Pb/Pr2 '0'-'F': DPORT '1'-'0': DPORT2 '1'-'1': HDMI '1'-'2': HDMI2 '8'-'0': DPORT3 Data(1)-Data(4) : Check Input Signal '0'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'0'-'0' (30h,30h,30h,30h,30h,30h,30h,30h):No signal 'F'-'F'-'F'-'F'-'F'-'F'-'F'-'F' (46h,46h,46h,46h,46h,46h,46h,46h):Invalid signal '*'-'*'-'*'-'*'-'*'-'*'-'*'-'*' (**h,**h,**h,**h,**h,**h,**h,**h):Input signal Ex 1) 1920 x 1080 '0'-'7'-'8'-'0'-'0'-'4'-'3'-'8' : 1920(0780h) x 1080(0438h) Data(5) : Check INPUT AUDIO '0'-'0': No mean '0'-'1': IN1...
  • Page 133: Get Proof Of Play Total Number

    24.4 Get Proof of Play Total Number This command is used in order to get Proof of Play total number. 1) The controller requests the monitor to get the total number of Proof of Play data. Header Message Check code Delimiter SOH-'0'-Monitor ID- STX-'C'-'A'-'0'-'6'-'0'-'3'-ETX...
  • Page 134 Delimiter CR (0Dh): End of packet (134/137)
  • Page 135: Get Proof Of Play Number To Number

    24.5 Get Proof of Play Number to Number This command is used in order to get Proof of Play number to number log. 1) The controller requests the monitor to get Number to Number log of Proof of Play. Header Message Check code Delimiter...
  • Page 136 '0' (30h) : Reserved Monitor ID : Specify the Monitor ID from which you want to get status. Ex.) If Monitor ID is '1', specify 'A'. '0' (30h) : Message sender is the controller. 'A' (41h) : Message Type is "Command". '2'-'6' (32h, 36h) : Message length is 38 bytes.
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