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ESC/VP21 Command User's Guide for Business Projectors
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  • Page 1 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors ~ 1~...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Neither SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchase of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the U.S.) failure to strictly comply with SEIKO EPSON...
  • Page 3: Introduction To Esc/Vp21

    1. Introduction to ESC/VP21 ESC/VP21 is a control command and protocol for Epson projectors, which is used for A/V controller to control and monitor Epson projectors. The command codes are comprised of ASCII codes. Therefore the command codes can be understood very easily and you can easily control projectors using a PC with a terminal emulator such as Microsoft Hyper terminal.
  • Page 4: Esc/Vp21 Command Formats

    ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 2. ESC/VP21 Command Formats 2.1. Set command format A set command consists of a command and a parameter. Projector returns a colon after executing the command. There are two types of parameters. One is fixed such as ON, OFF, or 21. Other is a step parameter such as INC, DEC or INIT.
  • Page 5: Projector State And Commands

    ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 4. Projector state and commands 4.1. Standby state (Operation indicator is in orange) When a projector is in a standby state, executable commands depends on projector models and standby configuration (network on, network off). Refer to the following table.
  • Page 6: Command Transmission Timing

    ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 5. Command transmission timing 5.1. Standby state 1). For all mode with the standby configuration of “network on” The first command can be sent anytime and the subsequent commands should be sent after receiving a colon from the projector.
  • Page 7: Error Status

    ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 6. Error Status A projector returns the error status when a projector receives "ERR?" command. The following projectors can return the error status while the projectors become the error status after cooling down.
  • Page 8: Command List And Applicable Models

    ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 7. Command list and applicable models 7.1. Command table 1 (Fixed parameter) (O:Supported -:Not supported) 720/ 8300/ 7800/ 830/ 600/800/ 730/ 8350/ 7850/ 810/811/ Function Command 520/ 9300 7900/ 7950 Power Input source...
  • Page 9 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors G5350 S6/S62 1735W/ 84/85/ Z8000WU S7/X7/ X8/ W8 1910/ G5300 1730W/ 824/825 Z8050W 1915/ G5200W 1725/ 826W 1920W/ Function Command G5150 1720 1925W G5100 G5000 Power Input source SOURCE PinP setting PINP A/V Mute Screen...
  • Page 10 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors D283 1860 W01/S02/ 420/425 480/ Z8150/ D293 1870 X02/W02/ W/435W 485W/ Z10000/ D6150 1880 S11/X11/ 480T/ Z1005/ Function Command D6155W 1840W S12/X12/ 485WT Z8350W/ D6250 1850W W12//X14 Z8355/ Z8450WU/ Z8455WU Power Input source...
  • Page 11 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 7.2. Command table 2 (Step parameter) 720/ 8300/ 7800/ 830/ 600/800/ 730/ 8350/ 7850/ 810/811/ Function Command 520/ 9300 7900/ 7950 Adjust the volume Adjust the treble setting TONEH (Adjust the tone setting)
  • Page 12 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 825H/HV, S9/X9/W9 1760W G5950 826WH/WHV, S92/X92 1770W G5900 85+, 825+, 1775W G5800 824H 1750 G5650W Function Command 84H/He/L 1750G G5600 910W G5500 G5750WU 915W G5450WU Adjust the volume 5800/5500 Adjust the treble setting...
  • Page 13: Command Details

    ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 8. Command Details 8.1. Command table 1 (Fixed parameter) Parameter for set Set commands Get commands Models Function (Return code for get) PWR xx All models Power ON/OFF 00: “Standby” as the time Return the “Standby”...
  • Page 14 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 04: “Standby” at the time Return the “Standby” 7800/7850/7900/7950 of “Network on” time 8300/8350/9300, 61/81 “Network on “ status 830/835, 740/745, 760/765, 821/828 check 755/750, 82, 6100/6000, 1715/1705 1815/1810/1825, 83/822/83+/822+ G5350/G5300/G5150/G5100/G5000/G5200W 1735W/1725, 84/85/824/825/826W...
  • Page 15 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors ― PINP Source: Video source of 600/800/810/811/820 Set PinP [source posX posy sub-screen 7800/7850 *”830/835” cannot size] (Video or S-video) 8300/8350/9300 specify a (Ex) posX: X coordinate (0-15) of 830/835* sub-screen. PINP 42_1_ 2_ 1...
  • Page 16 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 1860/1870/1880/1840W/1850W X02/W02/S11/X11/S12/X12/W12//X14 ASPECT xx ASPECT? 10:4:3 74/54, 7800/7850 Set aspect ratio 12: zoom 4:3 8300/9300 20: 16:9 S1/S1H, 830/835 7900/7950 10:4:3 73/53, 735, 740/745, 732/737, S3/S4, 760/765, 20: 16:9 755/750, 82, 1715/1710/1705/1700 Input signal is PC...
  • Page 17 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 00: Normal 1915 10: 4:3 X8/X10 20: 16:9 93/95/900/905/925 D6150/D6155W/D6250 30: Auto 1870/1880/1850W W01/X12/W12/X14 420/425W/435W430 00: Normal B1500/ Z10000/Z10005/Z8150/ 10: 4:3 Z9800/Z9810/Z9900 20:16:9 21:16:9(Up) 22:16:9(Down) 30: Auto 60: Native 00: Normal B1575WU/B1585W/Z8350W/Z8355W/Z8450WU/ 20:16:9...
  • Page 18 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 14: Photo 01: sRGB 1735W/1730W/1725/1720 Set color mode 03: Presentation2 04: Presentation 05: Theatre 06: Dynamic 08: Sports 10: Custom 11: Black Board 14: Photo 01: sRGB X6/W6 Set color mode 03: Presentation2...
  • Page 19 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 01: sRGB B1500/B1575WU/B1585W/Z10000/Z10005/Z8150 04: Presentation Z8350W/Z8355W/Z8450WU/Z8455WU/Z9750WU/ 05: Theatre Z9800/Z9805W/Z9810/Z9850W/Z9900 06: Dynamic 08: Sports 0F: DICOM SIM 10: Custom 14: Photo 1A: Multi Projection Parameter for set Set commands Get commands Models Function (Return code of get)
  • Page 20 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors FREEZE xx FREEZE? ON: FREEZE ON All models except 600/800/810 Set freeze OFF: FREEZE OFF /811/820 HREVERSE xx HREVERSE? ON: Rear ON All models Set rear projection OFF: Rear OFF VREVERSE xx VREVERSE?
  • Page 21 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors FLWARNING xx FLWARNING? 00: ON 6100/6110 Display setting 01: OFF warning time of Air filter FLTIME x1 x2 x1: Object of setting 6100/6110 Setting of use time of 00: All objects air filter 01: Object 1 02;...
  • Page 22 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 8.2. Command table 2 (Step parameter) Initial Set commands Steps Models Function value VOL xx 0 ~ 31 600/800/810/811/820 Set the volume level 9300/8350/9300 7800/7850/7900/7950 0 ~ 20 520/720/730/735, 30/52 73/53/74/54, S1/S1H, 61/81...
  • Page 23 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors G5600/G5500/G5750WU/G5450WU 1760W/1770W.1775W/1750/1750G 93/95/96W/900/910W/905/915W/925 420/425W/435W430 1860/1870/1880/1840W/1850W W01/S02/X02/W02/S11/X11/S12/X12/W12/X14 D283/D293/D6150/D6155W/D6250 B1500/B1575WU/B1585W/Z10000/Z10005/Z8150 Z8350W/Z8355W/Z8450WU/Z8455WU/Z9750WU/ Z9800/Z9805W/Z9810/Z9850W/Z9900 470/475W/475Wi/475Wi+/475Wie/480/480e/ 480i/480T/485W/485We/485Wi/485Wi+/485Wie/ 485WT/CU600W/CU600Wi/CU600X/CU610W/ CU610Wi/CU610X/CU610Xi -20 ~ 20 S1/S1H -12 ~ 12 740/745/732/737/760/765/755/750 S3, 82 CONTRAST xx -32 ~ 32 520/720/730/735, 61/81, 821 Set contrast level...
  • Page 24 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 84+, 85+, 825+,826W+ S10/X10/W10, S9/X9/W9/S92/X92 G5950/G5900/G5800/G5650W/ G5600/G5500/G5750WU/G5450WU 1760W/1770W.1775W/1750/1750G 93/95/96W/900/910W/905/915W/925 B1500/B1575WU/B1585W/Z10000/Z10005/Z8150 Z8350W/Z8355W/Z8450WU/Z8455WU/Z9750WU/ Z9800/Z9805W/Z9810/Z9850W/Z9900 470/475W/475Wi/475Wi+/475Wie/480/480e/ 480i/480T/485W/485We/485Wi/485Wi+/485Wie/ 485WT/CU600W/CU600Wi/CU600X/CU610W/ CU610Wi/CU610X/CU610Xi -15 ~ 15 600/800/910/811/820 520/720/730/735 8300/8350/9300, 830/835 -5 ~ 5 7800/7850/7900/7950 VKEYSTONE xx -90 ~ 90 1815/1810/1825 Set vertical keystone value 1760W/1770W.1775W/1750/1750G...
  • Page 25 ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors Z8350W/Z8355W/Z8450WU/Z8455WU/Z9750WU/ Z9800/Z9805W/Z9810/Z9850W/Z9900 -39 ~ 39 7800/7850/7900/7950 -29 ~ 29 600/800/910/811/820 -30 ~ 30 420/425W/435W430 470/475W/475Wi/475Wi+/475Wie/480/480e/ -10 ~ 10 480i/480T/485W/485We/485Wi/485Wi+/485Wie/ 485WT/CU600W/CU600Wi/CU600X/CU610W/ CU610Wi/CU610X/CU610Xi ~ 25~...
  • Page 26: Appendix

    ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 9. Appendix 9.1. Communication specification A projector and a computer can be connected using a serial or USB port. The projector can be remotely controlled by sending commands to the projector. Serial connection (600/800/810/811/820, 30/52, 73/53/74/54, 8300/9300, 7800/7850, S1/S1H, 61/81, 830/835/821,...
  • Page 27 1760W/EB-1770W/1775W/750 select Wireless Mouse and select Link 21L at Extended Setting of the Menu. ・ EPSON USB COM Driver has to be installed in your computer to use USB for communication. A COM port is added to your computer, when the projector and your computer is connected by a USB cable. The added COM is listed at PORT (COM/LPT) in the device manager tab of System in Control Panel as EPSON COM Emulation port (COMn).
  • Page 28: Revision History

    ESC/VP21 Command User’s Guide for Business Projectors 10. Revision History Revision Issued date Page Description Sep 16, 2005 All pages First release. Oct 19, 2005 All pages Correction of disclaimer. Model EMP-755/750 addition Nov 4, 2005 All pages Model EMP-62/82/X3(76) addition...