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Next Gen HD LED Lit

Video Wall User Guide

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Copyright © 2009 Delta.
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Digital Light Processing (DLP) and Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), DLP logo and
the DMD medallion are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments Corporation.

DELTA is a Trademark. Its name mentioned in this manual should not be understood
as advertising for the product or their manufacturers.

The authors reserve the rights to make any changes to this product and to revise the
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any persons about such revisions or changes.

All features, specifications, model numbers are subject to change without notice.

Projection images simulated.

Document History
Document Name •Next Lit HD LED User
Guide

Serial Number 5012733100

Revision History
Revision Description Date

00 Next Gen HD LED Lit Video Wall User 03-10-13


Guide
01 OSD update : NET SETUP details 01-04-14
About this Guide
Purpose
This guide explains how to operate the Delta Next Gen HD LED Video wall system.

Organization
This guide is organized into following chapters:

Chapter 1: Identifying the Video Wall Components, describes the main parts of the
Video Wall, safety precautions and warning icons.

Chapter 2: Describing the Control Unit, covers hardware input ports and the LED
statuses.

Chapter 3: Listing Commands, lists various remote control functions and RS 232
commands.

Chapter 4: Describing OSD Function Controls describes how to adjust various


settings for on screen display.

Chapter 5: Downloading Firmware describes how to download the firmware when


some problem arises or to upgrade it.

Chapter 6: Calibrating LED Sensor describes how to calibrate the LED Sensor.

Chapter 7: Servicing and Maintaining describes how to maintain and clean some
parts of the Video Wall at the client end.

Appendix gives additional information about the product.

Index helps you retrieve information by topic.

Support
Email: vw.sales@deltadisplays.com
Table of Contents
Table of Contents ...................................................................................................... iii
Chapter 1 Identifying the Video Wall Components ......................................................... 1

Identifying the Video Wall Components...................................................................... 2


Safety Precautions .................................................................................................. 5

Warning Icons ........................................................................................................ 6


Chapter 2 Describing the Control Unit .......................................................................... 8

User Interface ........................................................................................................ 8

Control Unit Ports .................................................................................................8


LED Indicators.................................................................................................... 10

Chapter 3 Listing Commands ..................................................................................... 12

RS 232 Commands List .......................................................................................... 14

Chapter 4 Describing OSD Function Controls ............................................................... 31

LED Engine .......................................................................................................... 31

Main Menu ......................................................................................................... 31

Picture Setting ................................................................................................... 32

Image Setting .................................................................................................... 37


Input Setup ....................................................................................................... 39

Option Setup ...................................................................................................... 51


Tiling Setup ....................................................................................................... 53

Special Setup ..................................................................................................... 54

System status .................................................................................................... 62

Chapter 5 Downloading Firmware ............................................................................... 66

Chapter 6 Calibrating LED Sensor ............................................................................... 74

Installing the Software .......................................................................................... 74


Setting the values............................................................................................... 75
Opening the LED Calibration Window..................................................................... 76

Operating Manually ............................................................................................. 77


Operating Automatically ...................................................................................... 81

Operating Semi-automatically ................................................................................ 85


Chapter 7 Servicing and Maintaining .......................................................................... 91

Cleaning the Screen .............................................................................................. 91


Cleaning Black Bead Non Glare screen ..................................................................... 93
Cleaning and Replacing the Sponge ......................................................................... 94

Appendix................................................................................................................. 95

Delta’s Video Wall Technology ................................................................................ 95

Projection Technology ........................................................................................... 95


Mirror Technology ................................................................................................. 96

Display Screen Technology..................................................................................... 97


Index...................................................................................................................... 98
Chapter 1
Identifying the
Video Wall Components
This chapter describes the main parts of the Video Wall System. It also covers the
safety precautions and warnings before operating the Video wall system.

Video Walls are designed for requirements of large scale visualization systems.
Video Wall systems present extreme resolutions and provide a customizable
multimedia system in a multiple monitor format. These are suited for mission critical
control and command rooms, data visualization and high entertainment
environments. Video Wall’s state of the art design, delivers the highest contrast, best
image quality, operational reliability, serviceability, and cost-of-ownership. Video Wall
is shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Video Wall

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Identifying the Video Wall
Components
A Video Wall consists of the following components:

• Base Stand - The Base Stand is the foundation of the Video wall. Extrusions
for horizontal and vertical assemblies are joined to make the base stand on
which the projection cube rests. Base stand is shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Base stand

• Cabinet - Cabinet is an enclosure, which ensures that a cube can be placed in


the areas with high ambient light. Ambient light can interfere with the light
emitting from the screen and reduce its brightness. Cabinet is shown in Figure
3.
Figure 3: Cabinet

• Projection Screen - Projection Screen is the surface on which the image is


projected. The quality and selection of the projection screen is vital as it helps
to determine the suitability of the viewing angles and brightness of the
projection cube. Projection screen is shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4: Projection Screen

• Projection Engine - Projection engine generates images. A projection engine


projects the image from a computer or Video source onto the mirror that is
reflected onto the screen. Projection engine is shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5: Projection Engine

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A cross section view of the Video Wall is shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6: Cross section of Video Wall

Projection Screen

Cabinet

Projection Engine

Base Stand

The next section describes the safety precautions to be observed while using the
Video Wall System.
Safety Precautions
The Video wall being an electronic device needs to be handled with utmost care.
Timely cleaning and maintenance of the Video wall will ensure superior picture
quality and better performance.

Following are the safety precautions that need to be observed while using the Video
Wall:

1. Remove the rear cover or the cabinet cover only when hot swap option is
provided.

2. Beware of touching any high voltage components inside the cabinet as they
may result in electric shock.

3. Do not repair or reconstruct the equipment as there is threat of electric shock.


Contact Delta for support.

4. Do not break, modify, bend, tug, twist, bundle, put some heavy thing or heat
the power cable. Do not use damaged power cables as it may lead to fire or
electric shock. Contact Delta for support or replacement of damaged power
cable.

5. Be careful not to drop any metal or combustibles into the device through the
vent holes as it may lead to fire or electric shock.

6. Do not keep any objects on the device as it may lead to injury when they fall.

7. Do not place humidifiers near the device as they may lead to degrading or
breakage of screen, injury, fire and electric shock.

8. Always hold the power plug to disconnect the cables. Do not pull the power
cable when disconnecting from the power plug as it may damage the cable
and lead to fire or electric shock.

9. Do not connect or disconnect the power plug with wet hands.

10. Always disconnect the power plug from outlet when the device is not to be
used for a long time.

11. Do not block the vent ports or obstruct air flow of the Video Wall by a cloth; do
not place packages or keep things against the equipment. If the vent ports are
blocked, the temperature inside the cabinet rises and may lead to fire.

12. Do not expose the equipment to oily smoke, steam and dust as this may lead
to fire or electric shock.

13. Protect the equipment from wind and rain.

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Following are the exceptions that may arise on rare occasions while using the Video
Wall:

1. Smoke or strange smell emanates from the Video Wall.

2. No image appears on the Video Wall.

3. Water or foreign matter goes inside the Video wall

4. Device falls down or cabinet is broken.

In case of any of the above exceptions, cut off the power circuit breaker and
disconnect the power plug from the outlet. Please contact Delta for Support.

Warning Icons
Look for the following warning icons before servicing the Video Wall.
Table 1: Warning Icons

Icons Warnings

AC current inlet. Danger of electric shock.

Hot surface and parts. High voltage cables. Danger of burns and electric
shock.

Disassemble the filter sponge and wash with water.


Assemble when completely dry.

Use dust free cloth or air blower to clean the screen.


Icons Warnings
Do not use organic solvent; vaporize dissolvent and coarse cleaner or cloth
to clean the screen.
Do not touch the screen with hands. Finger prints will affect the display
quality.

Do not touch the lens, reflective mirror and other optical parts.
Only a qualified person can replace the parts. Contact your dealer in case
dust is found.

Only a qualified person should open the rear cover. Danger of electric
shock and damage of optical parts.
Wear unbreakable anti-UV glasses before opening the rear cover. Protect
eyes from ultraviolet rays from the lamp.

Do not block vent or exhaust.

The next chapter describes the Control Unit.

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Chapter 2
Describing
the Control Unit
This chapter describes the functions of various ports and LED statuses of the control
unit.

Control unit contains power supply and interface unit. The power supply auto-ranges
from 100~240VAC, 50/60Hz, 5A max. Control unit is shown in Figure 7.

To examine the Control unit:

• Open the rear cover of the cube to check the control unit ports and LED
statuses for any error condition.
• Read the warning icons before opening the rear cover of the cube.

User Interface
The Control Unit lets the user interact with the various components using various
ports. The Control Unit has LEDs which indicate the various states of the Video wall.

Control Unit Ports


Following are the input ports and terminals of the control unit. These ports provide
signals to the various components of the Video Wall.
Figure 7: Control Unit

3 6 7
1 4 5 8
9

10
11 12 13 14 15

2
16 17 18 19 20
Table 2: Control unit port functions

No. Name Function Remarks

1 Power AC Power switch ON/OFF

2 AC inlet AC Power source inlet L,N,GND

3 Status LED indicator Indicator

4 ANALOG VGA in port RGB Signal Input D-sub HD15-pin (female)

5 RJ -45 (Ethernet Port) Ethernet control (IP control) Ethernet

6 CONTROL RS-422 OUT port RS-485 data termination RJ-45

7 CONTROL RS-422 IN port RS-422 data communication RJ-45

8 CONTROL RS-232C IN port RS-232C data communication 9-pin D-sub (female)

9 SW DIP For Download use(Service use) SW DIP

10 Video BD Download Switcher Flash download switch RS232 Switch

11 5 BNC Analog port RGB/YPBPR/Video Signal Input 5 BNC analog input

12 Mini USB connector For Download use(Service use) USB connector

13 DIGITAL SIGNAL LINK IN terminal 1 HDMI signal input HDMI input

14 DIGITAL SIGNAL LINK IN terminal 2 DVI signal input In: 24-pin DVI-D

15 DIGITAL SIGNAL LINK OUT terminal DVI signal Output Out: 24-pin DVI-D

16 S-Video* S-Video signal input S-Video

17 5 BNC Analog port* RGB/YPBPR/Video Signal Input 5 BNC analog input

18 DIGITAL SIGNAL LINK IN terminal 3* HDMI signal input HDMI input

19 DIGITAL SIGNAL LINK IN terminal 4* DVI signal input In: 24-pin DVI-D

20 DIGITAL SIGNAL LINK IN terminal 5* Display Port signal input Display Port input

Note:* Port mention form 16- 20 are available only in Optional Board I. Optional
Board I can be replaced by Optional board II or Optional Board III

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LED Indicators
Following are the LED Indicator status of the control unit when the Video Wall is in
the normal status/ system status / FAN Error status / Power error status/ System
warring status
Table 2: Normal statuses/ System Error status/ Fan Error status/Power error status/System warring
status

Normal Status

System Status LED Indicator Display Description


Standby 01 Standby Mode
Scalar On 02 Scalar Power On
Power On 03 System Power On
Power On Delay 04 Waiting for Power On Delay Time
Initialize 05 Initialize All Setting
Fan Detect 06 Detect Fan
Door Detect 07 Detect Door
LED On 08 LED Driver On
LED Driver On Retry When Something Wrong
LED Lit Retry 09
was Occurred in LED Lit Detect.
LED Driver On Retry When Something Wrong
LED I2C Retry 10
was Occurred in I2C Detect.
LED Driver On Retry When Something Wrong
LED Current Retry 11
was Occurred in LED Current Detect
Initial Normal
12 Initial Normal Detect
Detect
Normal Detect 13 Normal Detect Mode
Power Off 14 System Power Off
LED Off 15 LED Driver Off
LED Cooling 16 Fan Cooling

System Error Status

LED Indicator
System Status Description
Display
Temperature NG E0 Over Temperature
Something Error was Occurred in
LED Lit NG E1
LED Lit.
System Something Error was Occurred in
LED I2C NG E2
Error I2C.
Something Error was Occurred in
LED Current NG E3
LED Current Detect.
Reserved E4 ~ E9 Reserved
Fan Error Status

LED Indicator
System Status Description
Display
Control BD Fan Error F0 Control Board Fan Error
DMD Board Fan Error F1 DMD Board Fan Error
Module Fan I2C Error F2 Module Fan I2C Error
Power Fan Error F3 Power Fan Error
Fan
RPM < 500 was Occurred in Module in
Error Module in Fan RPM Error F4
Fan
Module out Fan RPM RPM < 500 was Occurred in Module
F5
Error out Fan
Reserved F6 ~ F9 Reserved

Power Error Status

LED Indicator
System Status Description
Display
An Output Over-voltage Fault was
Vout Over Voltage Fault P0
Occurred
An Output Under-voltage Fault was
Vout Under Voltage Fault P1
Occurred
A Input Over-voltage Warning was
Vin Under Voltage Warning P2
Occurred
Power A Input Over-voltage Fault was
Vin Under Voltage Fault P3
Error Occurred
An Output Over-current Warning
Iout Over Current Warning P4
was Occurred
An Output Over-current Fault was
Iout Over Current Fault P5
Occurred
Over Temperature Fault P6 A Temperature Fault was Occurred
Reserved P7 ~ P9 Reserved

System Warming Status

LED Indicator
System Status Description
Display
DMD Temperature DMD Temperature sensor NG was
C0
sensor NG Occurred
Lamp Temperature Lamp Temperature sensor NG was
C1
sensor NG Occurred
DMD Temperature A Temperature Warning was
C2
System Warming Occurred
Warming Lamp Temperature A Temperature Warning was
C3
Warming Occurred
Power Temperature A Temperature Warning was
C4
Warming Occurred
Power Fan Warning C5 Power Fan Warning was Occurred
Reserved C6 ~ C9 Reserved
The next chapter lists the various remote control and RS 232 commands.

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Chapter 3
Listing Commands
This chapter describes the usage of remote control and RS 232 commands.
Figure 8: Remote Control
Following are the remote control keypad functions and HEX data codes.
Table 3: Remote Control keypad functions and HEX data code

HEX Data
Item Button name Function
Code
1 POWER 0x56 Toggle Power
2 MENU 0x52 entering OSD menu
3 ENTER 0x5a execute the selected item
4 VIDEO 0x0 select video source input
5 DIGITAL 0x01 select digital source input
6 RGB 0x02 select RGB source input
7 A.SCAN 0x53 Auto scan input source
8 PIP 0x59 short cut set PIP on/off
9 AUTO 0x54 Auto screen position
10 Up Arrow 0x5e Navigate up in the OSD
11 Down Arrow 0x5c Navigate Down in the OSD
12 Left Arrow 0x58 Navigate Left in the OSD
13 Right Arrow 0x5f Navigate Right in the OSD
14 BACK 0x5b Return OSD layer
15 TEST.P 0x0f execute test pattern
16 1 0x14 Direct Access for Main Input, #1
17 2 0x15 Direct Access for Main Input, #2
18 3 0x16 Direct Access for Main Input, #3
19 4 0x10 Direct Access for Main Input, #4
20 5 0x11 Direct Access for Main Input, #5
21 6 0x12 Direct Access for Main Input, #6
22 7 0x0c Direct Access for Main Input, #7
23 8 0x0d Direct Access for Main Input, #8
24 9 0x0e Direct Access for Main Input, #9
25 0 0x08 Direct Access for Main Input, #0
26 CCA 0x17 short cut execute CCA
27 6-AXIS 0x51 short cut execute 6 Axis
28 FUNC. 0x04 Function key
29 NETWORK 0x50 short cut execute network
30 IR SET 0x07 execute IR receive module setting

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RS 232 Commands List
Following table shows the Command Format.
Table 4: Command Format

Command Format

Status name Status


Communication Transmission speed: 57600bps
System Parity bit: NONE Data length: 8 bit Stop bit: 1 bit
Communication type 1 Block contains
STX (1byte) +
EOT (1 byte) +
ID (2bytes) +
CMD (3bytes) +
ETX (1byte)
STX=02h, EOT=04h, ETX=03h, ID= cube identification number

Normal Command – Set Data

ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)


CONTRAST Set Contrast Value, Range : 0~255 00h+Value1+00h
BRIGHTNESS Set Brightness Value, Range : 0~255 01h+Value1+00h
COLOR Set Video Input Color Value, Range : 0~100 02h+Value1+00h
TINT Set Video Input Tint Value, Range : 0~100 03h+Value1+00h
SHARPNESS Set Sharpness Value, Range : 0~15 04h+Value1+00h
R.CUTOFF Set DLP Setting Brightness R Value, Range : 0~255 05h+Value1+00h
G.CUTOFF Set DLP Setting Brightness G Value, Range : 0~255 06h+Value1+00h
B.CUTOFF Set DLP Setting Brightness B Value, Range : 0~255 07h+Value1+00h
R.DRIVE Set DLP Setting Contrast R Value, Range : 0~100 08h+Value1+00h
G.DRIVE Set DLP Setting Contrast G Value, Range : 0~100 09h+Value1+00h
B.DRIVE Set DLP Setting Contrast B Value, Range : 0~100 0Ah+Value1+00h
R. INPUT GAIN Set ADC RGB Gains Contrast R Value, Range : 0~255 0Bh+Value1+00h
G. INPUT GAIN Set ADC RGB Gains Contrast G Value, Range : 0~255 0Ch+Value1+00h
B. INPUT GAIN Set ADC RGB Gains Contrast B Value, Range : 0~255 0Dh+Value1+00h
R. INPUT OFFSET Set ADC RGB Gains Brightness R Value, Range:0~255 0Eh+Value1+00h
G. INPUT OFFSET Set ADC RGB Gains Brightness G Value, Range:0~255 0Fh+Value1+00h
B. INPUT OFFSET Set ADC RGB Gains Brightness B Value, Range:0~255 10h+Value1+00h
IMAGE ORIENTATION Set Image Direction Setting, Range:0~3 11h+Value1+00h
0:Front, 1:Rear, 2:Inverted Front, 3:Inverted Rear
H-V POSITION Set Display Position Value 12h+Value1+Value2
Horizontal Range Value1:0~31,
Vertical Range Value2:0~10
FREQUENCY Set RGB Input Clock Frequency Value, Range:0~200 13h+Value1+00h
PHASE Set RGB Input Clock Phase Value, Range:0~63 14h+Value1+00h
H-CAPTURE Set RGB Input Capture Horizontal Position Value, 15h+Value1+Value2
Range:-500~500
Value1: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1.
Value2: Low Byte
V-CAPTURE Set RGB Input Capture Vertical Position Value, 16h+Value1+Value2
Range:-300~300
Value1: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1.
Value2: Low Byte
ALL TILING NUM. OF Set All Tiling Screen Value (1x1, 1x2, …, 8x8) 17h+Value1+00h
ROW AND COLUMN Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h)
ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
PROJECTOR NUM. OF Set Projector Tiling Screen Value 18h+Value1+00h
ROW AND COLUMN Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h)
BAUD RATE Set Baud Rate, Range:0~2 19h+Value1+00h
0: 9600bps, 1: 19200bps, 2: 57600bps
TEST PATTERN Set Test Pattern Number, Range:0~17 and 20~60 1Ah+Value1+00h
R. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Red Color, Range:0~200 1Bh+Value1+00h
R. SATURATION Set HSG Saturation Value of Red Color, Range:0~200 1Ch+Value1+00h
R. HUE Set HSG Hue Value of Red Color, Range:0~200 1Dh+Value1+00h
G. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Green Color, Range:0~200 1Eh+Value1+00h
G. SATURATION Set HSG Saturation Value of Green Color, Range:0~200 1Fh+Value1+00h
G. HUE Set HSG Hue Value of Green Color, Range:0~200 20h+Value1+00h
B. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Blue Color, Range:0~200 21h+Value1+00h
B. SATURATION Set HSG Saturation Value of Blue Color, Range:0~200 22h+Value1+00h
B. HUE Set HSG Hue Value of Blue Color, Range:0~200 23h+Value1+00h
PIP2 MODE Set PIP2 Enable Function, Range:0~1 24h+Value1+00h
0: OFF, 1: ON
PIP2 H-SIZE Set PIP2 H-Size Value, Range:0~10 25h+Value1+00h
PIP2 V-SIZE Set PIP2 V-Size Value, Range:0~10 26h+Value1+00h
PIP2 H-POSITION Set PIP2 H-Position Value, Range:0~100 27h+Value1+00h
PIP2 V-POSITION Set PIP2 V-Position Value, Range:0~100 28h+Value1+00h
PIP2 BLENDING Set PIP2 Blending Value, Range:0~100 29h+Value1+00h
FREEZE Set Freeze Screen Setting, Range:0~1 2Dh+Value1+00h
0: Freeze Off, 1: Freeze On
PIP2 INPUT SELECT Set PIP2 Input Source 2Fh+Value1+00h
When Main Source is RGB 3/Video 3/Video 4/Video 5,
Range:0~2
0: DVI 3, 1: DVI 4, 2: DVI 5
When Main Source is DVI 3/DVI 4/DVI 5, Range:0~3
0: RGB 3, 1: Video 3, 2: Video 4, 3: Video 5
COLOR Set Color Temperature Setting, Range:0~2 30h+Value1+00h
TEMPERATURE 0: 6500K, 1: 9300K, 2: 3200K
VIDEO CONTRAST Set Video Input Contrast Value, Range:0~255 31h+Value1+00h
VIDEO BRIGHTNESS Set Video Input Brightness Value, Range:0~255 32h+Value1+00h
ASPECT RATIO Set Aspect Ration Setting, Range:0~1 33h+Value1+00h
0: Ratio 4:3, 1: Ratio 16:9
MAIN INPUT SELECT Set Main Input Source, Range:0~13 34h+Value1+00h
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: DVI, 3: DVI 2, 4: Video, 5: Video 2,
7: RGB 3, 8: DVI 3, 9: DVI 4, 10: DVI 5, 11: Video 3,
12: Video 4, 13: Video 5
PIP INPUT SELECT Set PIP Input Source 35h+Value1+00h
When Main Source is RGB/RGB 2/Video/Video 2,
Range:0~8
0: RGB 3, 1: DVI, 2: DVI 2, 3: DVI 3, 4: DVI 4, 5: DVI 5,
6: Video 3, 7: Video 4, 8: Video 5
When Main Source is RGB3/All DVI/Video3/Video4/Video
5,
Range:0~3
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: Video, 3: Video 2
PIP MODE Set PIP Enable Function, Range:0~1, 0: Off, 1: On 36h+Value1+00h
LANGUAGE Set Language Select Setting, Range:0~2 37h+Value1+00h
0: English, 1: 简体中文, 2: Korean
OSD H POSITION Set OSD H-Position Value, Range:0~50 38h+Value1+00h
OSD V POSITION Set OSD V-Position Value, Range:0~50 39h+Value1+00h
RESET ALL Set All Setting Reset Setting, Range:0~1 3Ah+Value1+00h
0: No, 1: Yes
PIP H-SIZE Set PIP H-Size Value, Range:0~10 3Bh+Value1+00h
PIP V-SIZE Set PIP V-Size Value, Range:0~10 3Ch+Value1+00h

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ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
PIP H-POSITION Set PIP H-Position Value, Range:0~125 3Dh+Value1+00h
PIP V-POSITION Set PIP V-Position Value, Range:0~125 3Eh+Value1+00h
PIP BLENDING Set PIP Blending Value, Range:0~100 3Fh+Value1+00h
FORCE TIMING Set RGB Input Force Timing Setting, Range:0~5 41h+Value1+00h
0: No Force Timing, 1: VGA, 2: 480P, 3:SXGA 60,
4: HD, 5: WHD
VIDEO STANDARD Set Video Input Force Timing Setting, Range:0~5 42h+Value1+00h
0: Auto, 1: NTSC_M, 2:NTSC_44, 3:PAL_BG_DK,
4:PAL_M, 5:PAL_N
INPUT VIDEO BLACK Set Video Input Black Setting, Range:0~1 43h+Value1+00h
0: 0 IRE, 1: 7.5 IRE
GAMMA Set Gamma Setting, Range:0~4 44h+Value1+00h
0: FILM, 1: GRAPHIC, 2: VIDEO, 3: LINEAR, 4: NORMAL
PROJECTOR ID Set Projector ID Setting, Range:00~99 45h+Value1+00h
POWER DELAY Set Power Delay Timer For System On, Range:0~10 46h+Value1+00h
FRAME LOCK Set RGB Input Frame Lock Status, Range:0~1 47h+Value1+00h
0: Off, 1: On
RGB FIRST AUTO Set RGB Input First Auto Adjust Setting, Range:0~1 48h+Value1+00h
0: Off, 1: On
AGC Set Video Input AGC Function, Range:0~1 49h+Value1+00h
0: Off, 1: On
USER MODE Set User Mode to Save RGB or VGA Data Function 4Bh+Value1+Value2
Value1: User Mode Number, Range:1~30
Value2: Save to EEPROM or Load from EEPROM,
Range:0~1
0: Save,
1: Load (When current timing in same with USER MODE
timing, Load function can work)
OSD ENABLE Set OSD Blending Function, Range:0~1 4Ch+Value1+00h
0: Off, 1: On
EQ SETTING Set DVI EQ Setting, Range:0~1 51h+Value1+00h
0: Off, 1: On
OVERSCAN Set Video Over-Scan Value, Range:0~1 53h+Value1+00h
0: Off, 1: On
ALL PROJECTOR Set All Projector Control Setting and ID 54h+Value1+Value2
CONTROL Value1 Range:0~1, 0: Off, 1: On
Value2 ID Range:00~99
Y. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Yellow Color, Range:0~200 55h+Value1+00h
Y. SATURATION Set HSG Saturation Value of Yellow Color, Range:0~200 56h+Value1+00h
Y. HUE Set HSG Hue Value of Yellow Color, Range:0~200 57h+Value1+00h
C. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Cyan Color, Range:0~200 58h+Value1+00h
C. SATURATION Set HSG Saturation Value of Cyan Color, Range:0~200 59h+Value1+00h
C. HUE Set HSG Hue Value of Cyan Color, Range:0~200 5Ah+Value1+00h
M. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Magenta Color, Range:0~200 5Bh+Value1+00h
M. SATURATION Set HSG Saturation Value of Magenta Color, Range:0~200 5Ch+Value1+00h
M. HUE Set HSG Hue Value of Magenta Color, Range:0~200 5Dh+Value1+00h
WR. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Red Part in White Color, 5Eh+Value1+00h
Range:0~200
WG. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Green Part in White Color, 5Fh+Value1+00h
Range:0~200
WB. GAIN Set HSG Gain Value of Blue Part in White Color, 60h+Value1+00h
Range:0~200
INPUT LEVEL TYPE Set RGB Input Level Type Value, Range:0~4 61h+Value1+00h
0: USER1, 1: USER2, 2: USER3, 3: USER4, 4: USER5
STANDBY MODE Set Standby Mode Function, Range:0~1 64h+Value1+00h
0: Off, 1: On
APERTURE LEVEL Set Aperture Level Value, Range:0~255 70h+Value1+00h
ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
OVERLAP Set Overlap Value, Range:0~2 71h+Value1+00h
0:ECO, 1:Normal, 2: Bright
FAN CONTROL Set Fan Control Value, Range:1~2 72h+Value1+00h
1: Full On, 2: Auto
COLOR GAMUT Set Color Gamut Value, Range:0~2 73h+Value1+00h
0: Wide, 1: NTSC , 2: EBU
COLOR ADJUST Set Color Adjust Type, Range:0~1 75h+Value1+00h
0: HSG, 1: CCA

Normal Commands – Get Data

ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)


CONTRAST Get Contrast Value, Range : 0~255 80h+00h+00h
(ACK)
80h+Value1+00h
BRIGHTNESS Get Brightness Value, Range : 0~255 81h+00h+00h
(ACK)
81h+Value1+00h
COLOR Get Video Input Color Value, Range : 0~100 82h+00h+00h
(ACK)
82h+Value1+00h
TINT Get Video Input Tint Value, Range : 0~100 83h+00h+00h
(ACK)
83h+Value1+00h
SHARPNESS Get Sharpness Value, Range : 0~15 84h+00h+00h
(ACK)
84h+Value1+00h
R.CUTOFF Get DLP Setting Brightness R Value, Range : 0~255 85h+00h+00h
(ACK)
85h+Value1+00h
G.CUTOFF Get DLP Setting Brightness G Value, Range : 0~255 86h+00h+00h
(ACK)
86h+Value1+00h
B.CUTOFF Get DLP Setting Brightness B Value, Range : 0~255 87h+00h+00h
(ACK)
87h+Value1+00h
R.DRIVE Get DLP Setting Contrast R Value, Range : 0~100 88h+00h+00h
(ACK)
88h+Value1+00h
G.DRIVE Get DLP Setting Contrast G Value, Range : 0~100 89h+00h+00h
(ACK)
89h+Value1+00h
B.DRIVE Get DLP Setting Contrast B Value, Range : 0~100 8Ah+00h+00h
(ACK)
8Ah+Value1+00h
R. INPUT GAIN Get ADC RGB Gains Contrast R Value, Range : 0~255 8Bh+00h+00h
(ACK)
8Bh+Value1+00h
G. INPUT GAIN Get ADC RGB Gains Contrast G Value, Range : 0~255 8Ch+00h+00h
(ACK)
8Ch+Value1+00h
B. INPUT GAIN Get ADC RGB Gains Contrast B Value, Range : 0~255 8Dh+00h+00h
(ACK)
8Dh+Value1+00h
R. INPUT OFFSET Get ADC RGB Gains Brightness R Value, Range:0~255 8Eh+00h+00h
(ACK)
8Eh+Value1+00h

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ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
G. INPUT OFFSET Get ADC RGB Gains Brightness G Value, Range:0~255 8Fh+00h+00h
(ACK)
8Fh+Value1+00h
B. INPUT OFFSET Get ADC RGB Gains Brightness B Value, Range:0~255 90h+00h+00h
(ACK)
90h+Value1+00h
IMAGE ORIENTATION Get Image Direction Setting, Range:0~3 91h+00h+00h
0:Front, 1:Rear, 2:Inverted Front, 3:Inverted Rear (ACK)
91h+Value1+00h
H-V POSITION Get Display Position Value 92h+00h+00h
Horizontal Range Value1:0~31, (ACK)
Vertical Range Value2:0~10 92h+Value1+Value2
FREQUENCY Get RGB Input Clock Frequency Value, Range:0~200 93h+00h+00h
(ACK)
93h+Value1+00h
PHASE Get RGB Input Clock Phase Value, Range:0~63 94h+00h+00h
(ACK)
94h+Value1+00h
H-CAPTURE Get RGB Input Capture Horizontal Position Value, 95h+00h+00h
Range:-500~500 (ACK)
Value1: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1. 95h+Value1+Value2
Value2: Low Byte
V-CAPTURE Get RGB Input Capture Vertical Position Value, 96h+00h+00h
Range:-300~300 (ACK)
Value1: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1. 96h+Value1+Value2
Value2: Low Byte
ALL TILING NUM. OF Get All Tiling Screen Value (1x1, 1x2, …, 8x8) 97h+00h+00h
ROW AND COLUMN Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h) (ACK)
97h+Value1+00h
PROJECTOR NUM. OF Get Projector Tiling Screen Value 98h+00h+00h
ROW AND COLUMN Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h) (ACK)
98h+Value1+00h
BAUD RATE Get Baud Rate, Range:0~2 99h+00h+00h
0: 9600bps, 1: 19200bps, 2: 57600bps (ACK)
99h+Value1+00h
TEST PATTERN Get Test Pattern Number, Range:0~17 and 20~60 9Ah+00h+00h
(ACK)
9Ah+Value1+00h
R. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Red Color, Range:0~200 9Bh+00h+00h
(ACK)
9Bh+Value1+00h
R. SATURATION Get HSG Saturation Value of Red Color, Range:0~200 9Ch+00h+00h
(ACK)
9Ch+Value1+00h
R. HUE Get HSG Hue Value of Red Color, Range:0~200 9Dh+00h+00h
(ACK)
9Dh+Value1+00h
G. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Green Color, Range:0~200 9Eh+00h+00h
(ACK)
9Eh+Value1+00h
G. SATURATION Get HSG Saturation Value of Green Color, Range:0~200 9Fh+00h+00h
(ACK)
9Fh+Value1+00h
G. HUE Get HSG Hue Value of Green Color, Range:0~200 A0h+00h+00h
(ACK)
A0h+Value1+00h
B. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Blue Color, Range:0~200 A1h+00h+00h
(ACK)
ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
A1h+Value1+00h
B. SATURATION Get HSG Saturation Value of Blue Color, Range:0~200 A2h+00h+00h
(ACK)
A2h+Value1+00h
B. HUE Get HSG Hue Value of Blue Color, Range:0~200 A3h+00h+00h
(ACK)
A3h+Value1+00h
PIP2 MODE Get PIP2 Enable Function, Range:0~1 A4h+00h+00h
0: OFF, 1: ON (ACK)
A4h+Value1+00h
PIP2 H-SIZE Get PIP2 H-Size Value, Range:0~10 A5h+00h+00h
(ACK)
A5h+Value1+00h
PIP2 V-SIZE Get PIP2 V-Size Value, Range:0~10 A6h+00h+00h
(ACK)
A6h+Value1+00h
PIP2 H-POSITION Get PIP2 H-Position Value, Range:0~100 A7h+00h+00h
(ACK)
A7h+Value1+00h
PIP2 V-POSITION Get PIP2 V-Position Value, Range:0~100 A8h+00h+00h
(ACK)
A8h+Value1+00h
PIP2 BLENDING Get PIP2 Blending Value, Range:0~100 A9h+00h+00h
(ACK)
A9h+Value1+00h
FREEZE Get Freeze Screen Setting, Range:0~1 ADh+00h+00h
0: Freeze Off, 1: Freeze On (ACK)
ADh+Value1+00h
PIP2 INPUT SELECT Get PIP2 Input Source AFh+00h+00h
When Main Source is RGB 3/Video 3/ Video 4/Video 5, (ACK)
Range:0~2 AFh+Value1+00h
0: DVI 3, 1: DVI 4, 2: DVI 5
When Main Source is DVI 3/DVI 4/DVI 5, Range:0~3
0: RGB 3, 1: Video 3, 2: Video 4, 3: Video 5
COLOR Get Color Temperature Setting, Range:0~2 B0h+00h+00h
TEMPERATURE 0: 6500K, 1: 9300K, 2: 3200K (ACK)
B0h+Value1+00h
VIDEO CONTRAST Get Video Input Contrast Value, Range:0~255 B1h+00h+00h
(ACK)
B1h+Value1+00h
VIDEO BRIGHTNESS Get Video Input Brightness Value, Range:0~255 B2h+00h+00h
(ACK)
B2h+Value1+00h
ASPECT RATIO Get Aspect Ration Setting, Range:0~1 B3h+00h+00h
0: Ratio 4:3, 1: Ratio 16:9 (ACK)
B3h+Value1+00h
MAIN INPUT SELECT Get Main Input Source, Range:0~13 B4h+00h+00h
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: DVI, 3: DVI 2, 4: Video, 5: Video 2, (ACK)
7: RGB 3, 8: DVI 3, 9: DVI 4, 10: DVI 5, 11: Video 3, B4h+Value1+00h
12: Video 4, 13: Video 5
PIP INPUT SELECT Get PIP Input Source B5h+00h+00h
When Main Source is RGB/RGB 2/Video/Video 2, (ACK)
Range:0~8 B5h+Value1+00h
0: RGB 3, 1: DVI, 2: DVI 2, 3: DVI 3, 4: DVI 4, 5: DVI 5,
6: Video 3, 7: Video 4, 8: Video 5
When Main Source is RGB3 /All DVI /Video3 /Video4
/Video 5,
Range:0~3

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ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: Video, 3: Video 2
PIP MODE Get PIP Enable Function, Range:0~1, 0: Off, 1: On B6h+00h+00h
(ACK)
B6h+Value1+00h
LANGUAGE Get Language Select Setting, Range:0~2 B7h+00h+00h
0: English, 1: 简体中文 , 2: Korean (ACK)
B7h+Value1+00h
OSD H POSITION Get OSD H-Position Value, Range:0~50 B8h+00h+00h
(ACK)
B8h+Value1+00h
OSD V POSITION Get OSD V-Position Value, Range:0~50 B9h+00h+00h
(ACK)
B9h+Value1+00h
RESET ALL Get All Setting Reset Setting, Range:0~1 BAh+00h+00h
0: No, 1: Yes (ACK)
BAh+Value1+00h
PIP H-SIZE Get PIP H-Size Value, Range:0~10 BBh+00h+00h
(ACK)
BBh+Value1+00h
PIP V-SIZE Get PIP V-Size Value, Range:0~10 BCh+00h+00h
(ACK)
BCh+Value1+00h
PIP H-POSITION Get PIP H-Position Value, Range:0~125 BDh+00h+00h
(ACK)
BDh+Value1+00h
PIP V-POSITION Get PIP V-Position Value, Range:0~125 BEh+00h+00h
(ACK)
BEh+Value1+00h
PIP BLENDING Get PIP Blending Value, Range:0~100 BFh+00h+00h
(ACK)
BFh+Value1+00h
FORCE TIMING Get RGB Input Force Timing Setting, Range:0~5 C1h+00h+00h
0: No Force Timing, 1: VGA, 2: 480P, 3:SXGA 60, 4: HD (ACK)
5: WHD C1h+Value1+00h
VIDEO STANDARD Get Video Input Force Timing Setting, Range:0~5 C2h+00h+00h
0: Auto, 1: NTSC_M, 2:NTSC_44, 3:PAL_BG_DK, (ACK)
4:PAL_M C2h+Value1+00h
5:PAL_N
INPUT VIDEO BLACK Get Video Input Black Setting, Range:0~1 C3h+00h+00h
0: 0 IRE, 1: 7.5 IRE (ACK)
C3h+Value1+00h
GAMMA Get Gamma Setting, Range:0~4 C4h+00h+00h
0: FILM, 1: GRAPHIC, 2: VIDEO, 3: LINEAR, 4: NORMAL (ACK)
C4h+Value1+00h
PROJECTOR ID Get Projector ID Setting, Range:00~99 C5h+00h+00h
(ACK)
C5h+Value1+00h
POWER DELAY Get Power Delay Timer For System On, Range:0~10 C6h+00h+00h
(ACK)
C6h+Value1+00h
FRAME LOCK Get RGB Input Frame Lock Status, Range:0~1 C7h+00h+00h
0: Off, 1: On (ACK)
C7h+Value1+00h
RGB FIRST AUTO Get RGB Input First Auto Adjust Setting, Range:0~1 C8h+00h+00h
0: Off, 1: On (ACK)
C8h+Value1+00h
AGC Get Video Input AGC Function, Range:0~1 C9h+00h+00h
0: Off, 1: On (ACK)
ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
C9h+Value1+00h
USER MODE Get User Mode to Save RGB or VGA Data Function CBh+00h+00h
Value1: User Mode Number, Range:1~30 (ACK)
Value2: Save to EEPROM or Load from EEPROM, CBh+Value1+Value2
Range:0~1
0: Save,
1: Load (When current timing in same with USER MODE
timing, Load function can work)
OSD ENABLE Get OSD Blending Function, Range:0~1 CCh+00h+00h
0: Off, 1: On (ACK)
CCh+Value1+00h
EQ SETTING Get DVI EQ Setting, Range:0~1 D1h+00h+00h
0: Off, 1: On (ACK)
D1h+Value1+00h
OVERSCAN Get Video Over-Scan Value, Range:0~1 D3h+00h+00h
0: Off, 1: On (ACK)
D3h+Value1+00h
ALL PROJECTOR Get All Projector Control Setting and ID D4h+00h+00h
CONTROL Value1 Range:0~1, 0: Off, 1: On (ACK)
Value2 ID Range:00~99 D4h+Value1+Value2
Y. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Yellow Color, Range:0~200 D5h+00h+00h
(ACK)
D5h+Value1+00h
Y. SATURATION Get HSG Saturation Value of Yellow Color, Range:0~200 D6h+00h+00h
(ACK)
D6h+Value1+00h
Y. HUE Get HSG Hue Value of Yellow Color, Range:0~200 D7h+00h+00h
(ACK)
D7h+Value1+00h
C. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Cyan Color, Range:0~200 D8h+00h+00h
(ACK)
D8h+Value1+00h
C. SATURATION Get HSG Saturation Value of Cyan Color, Range:0~200 D9h+00h+00h
(ACK)
D9h+Value1+00h
C. HUE Get HSG Hue Value of Cyan Color, Range:0~200 DAh+00h+00h
(ACK)
DAh+Value1+00h
M. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Magenta Color, Range:0~200 DBh+00h+00h
(ACK)
DBh+Value1+00h
M. SATURATION Get HSG Saturation Value of Magenta Color, DCh+00h+00h
Range:0~200 (ACK)
DCh+Value1+00h
M. HUE Get HSG Hue Value of Magenta Color, Range:0~200 DDh+00h+00h
(ACK)
DDh+Value1+00h
WR. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Red Part in White Color, DEh+00h+00h
Range:0~200 (ACK)
DEh+Value1+00h
WG. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Green Part in White Color, DFh+00h+00h
Range:0~200 (ACK)
DFh+Value1+00h
WB. GAIN Get HSG Gain Value of Blue Part in White Color, E0h+00h+00h
Range:0~200 (ACK)
E0h+Value1+00h
INPUT LEVEL TYPE Get RGB Input Level Type Value, Range:0~4 E1h+00h+00h
0: USER1, 1: USER2, 2: USER3, 3: USER4, 4: USER5 (ACK)

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ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
E1h+Value1+00h
STANDBY MODE Get Standby Mode Function, Range:0~1 E4h+00h+00h
0: Off, 1: On (ACK)
E4h+Value1+00h
APERTURE LEVEL Get Aperture Level Value, Range:0~255 F0h+00h+00h
(ACK)
F0h+Value1+00h
OVERLAP Get Overlap Value, Range:0~2 F1h+00h+00h
0:ECO, 1:Normal, 2: Bright (ACK)
F1h+Value1+00h
FAN CONTROL Get Fan Control Value, Range:1~2 F2h+00h+00h
1: Full On, 2: Auto (ACK)
F2h+Value1+00h
COLOR GAMUT Get Color Gamut Value, Range:0~2 F3h+00h+00h
0: Wide, 1: NTSC, 2: EBU (ACK)
F3h+Value1+00h
COLOR ADJUST Get Color Adjust Type, Range:0~1 F5h+00h+00h
0: HSG, 1: CCA (ACK)
F5h+Value1+00h

Time Interval of Normal Commands:

(1) Main Input, Aspect Ratio, PIP On/Off, Video Standard, PIP Input, PIP2 On/Off,
PIP2 Input and Frame Lock: 2500ms.
(2) Others: 180ms.

Combinative-Commands Format

Status name Status


Communication Transmission speed: 57600bps
System Parity bit: NONE Data length: 8 bit Stop bit: 1 bit
Communication type 1 Block contains
CSTX (1byte) +
CEOT (1byte) +
CID (2bytes) +
CLEN(1byte) +
CCMD (4bytes ~ 10bytes) +
CETX (1byte)
CSTX=12h, CEOT=14h, CETX=13h, CID= cube identification number
CLEN= packet length

Combinative-Commands – Set Data


ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
SAP Set Main Input Source + All Tiling Screen Value + Projector Tiling 00h+Value1+Value2
Screen Value +
Main Input Source, Value1 Range:0~13 Value3
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: DVI, 3: DVI 2, 4: Video, 5: Video 2,
7: RGB 3, 8: DVI 3, 9: DVI 4, 10: DVI 5, 11: Video 3,
12: Video 4, 13: Video 5
All Tiling Screen Value
Value2 Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h)
Projector Tiling Screen Value
Value3 Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h)

INPUT LEVEL Set ADC RGB Gains Contrast of R, G and B + Brightness of R, G 01h+Value1+Value2
and B +
ADC RGB Gains Contrast R Value, Value1 Range:0~255 Value3+Value4+
ADC RGB Gains Contrast G Value, Value2 Range:0~255 Value5+Value6+00h
ADC RGB Gains Contrast B Value, Value3 Range:0~255
ADC RGB Gains Brightness R Value, Value4 Range:0~255
ADC RGB Gains Brightness G Value, Value5 Range:0~255
ADC RGB Gains Brightness B Value, Value6 Range:0~255

DLP SETTING Set DLP Setting Brightness of R, G and B + Contrast of R, G and 02h+Value1+Value2
B +
DLP Setting Brightness R Value, Value1 Range:0~255 Value3+Value4+
DLP Setting Brightness G Value, Value2 Range:0~255 Value5+Value6+00h
DLP Setting Brightness B Value, Value3 Range:0~255
DLP Setting Contrast R Value, Value4 Range:0~100
DLP Setting Contrast G Value, Value5 Range:0~100
DLP Setting Contrast B Value, Value6 Range:0~100

RGB DATA Set RGB Input Capture Horizontal Position Value + Capture 03h+Value1+Value2
Vertical Position Value + Clock Frequency Value + Clock Phase +
Value Value3+Value4+
H-Capture Position Value Range:-500~500 Value5+Value6+
Value1: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1. 00h
Value2: Low Byte.
V-Capture Position Value Range:-300~300
Value3: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1.
Value4: Low Byte.
Clock Frequency Value5 Range:0~200
Clock Phase Value6 Range:0~63

HSG COLOR Set HSG Gain, Saturation and Hue of Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, 04h+Value1+Value2
Cyan Magenta Colors and Gain of R, G, B Part in White Color. +
Gain Value of Red Color Value1 Range:0~200 Value3+Value4+
Saturation Value of Red Color Value2 Range:0~200 Value5+Value6+
Hue Value of Red Color Value3 Range:0~200 Value7+Value8+
Gain Value of Green Color Value4 Range:0~200 Value9+Value10+
Saturation Value of Green Color Value5 Range:0~200 Value11+Value12+
Hue Value of Green Color Value6 Range:0~200 Value13+Value14+
Gain Value of Blue Color Value7 Range:0~200 Value15+Value16+
Saturation Value of Blue Color Value8 Range:0~200 Value17+Value18+
Hue Value of Blue Color Value9 Range:0~200 Value19+Value20+
Gain Value of Yellow Color Value10 Range:0~200 Value21
Saturation Value of Yellow Color Value11 Range:0~200
Hue Value of Yellow Color Value12 Range:0~200

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ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
HSG COLOR Gain Value of Cyan Color Value13 Range:0~200
(CONT.) Saturation Value of Cyan Color Value14 Range:0~200
Hue Value of Cyan Color Value15 Range:0~200
Gain Value of Magenta Color Value16 Range:0~200
Saturation Value of Magenta Color Value17 Range:0~200
Hue Value of Magenta Color Value18 Range:0~200
Gain Value of Red Part in White Color Value19 Range:0~200
Gain Value of Green Part in White Color Value20 Range:0~200
Gain Value of Blue Part in White Color Value21 Range:0~200
ALL COMMON Set All Common Commands 05h+Value1+Value2
DATA Main Input Source Value1 Range:0~13 +
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: DVI, 3: DVI 2, 4: Video, 5: Video 2, Value3+Value4+
6: RGB 3, 8: DVI 3, 9: DVI 4, 10: DVI 5, 11: Video 3, Value5+Value6+
12: Video 4, 13: Video 5 Value7+Value8+
Contrast Value2 Range:0~255 Value9+Value10+
Brightness Value3 Range:0~255 Value11+Value12+
Video Input Color Value4 Range:0~100 Value13+Value14+
Video Input Tint Value5 Range:0~100 Value15+Value16+
Sharpness Value6 Range:0~15 Value17+Value18+
DLP Setting Brightness Red Value7 Range:0~255 Value19+Value20+
DLP Setting Brightness Green Value8 Range:0~255 Value21+Value22+
DLP Setting Brightness Blue Value9 Range:0~255 Value23+Value24+
DLP Setting Contrast Red Value10 Range:0~100 Value25+Value26+
DLP Setting Contrast Green Value11 Range:0~100 Value27+Value28+
DLP Setting Contrast Blue Value12 Range:0~100 Value29+Value30+
ADC RGB Gains Contrast R Value13 Range:0~255 Value31+Value32+
ADC RGB Gains Contrast G Value14 Range:0~255 Value33+Value34+
ADC RGB Gains Contrast B Value15 Range:0~255 Value35+Value36+
ADC RGB Gains Brightness R Value16 Range:0~255 Value37+Value38+
ADC RGB Gains Brightness G Value17 Range:0~255 Value39+Value40+
ADC RGB Gains Brightness B Value18 Range:0~255 Value41+Value42+
Image Direction Setting Value19 Range:0~3 Value43+Value44+
0:Front, 1:Rear, 2:Inverted Front, 3:Inverted Rear Value45+Value46+
Display Position Value Value47+Value48+
Horizontal Value20 Range:0~31 Value49+Value50+
Vertical Value21 Range:0~10 Value51+Value52+
All Tiling Screen Value22 Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and Value53+Value54+
X1h~X8h) Value55+Value56+
Projector Tiling Screen Value57+Value58+
Value23 Range: 11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h) Value59+Value60+
Baud Rate Setting Value24 Range:0~2 Value61+Value62+
0: 9600bps, 1: 19200bps, 2: 57600bps Value63+Value64+
HSG Gain Value of Red Color Value26 Range:0~200 Value65+Value66+
HSG Saturation Value of Red Color Value27 Range:0~200 Value67+Value68+
HSG Hue Value of Red Color Value28 Range:0~200 Value69+Value70+
HSG Gain Value of Green Color Value29 Range:0~200 Value71+Value72+
HSG Saturation Value of Green Color Value30 Range:0~200 Value73+Value74+
HSG Hue Value of Green Color Value31 Range:0~200 Value75+Value76+
HSG Gain Value of Blue Color Value32 Range:0~200 Value77+Value78+
HSG Saturation Value of Blue Color Value33 Range:0~200 Value79+Value80+
HSG Hue Value of Blue Color Value34 Range:0~200 Value81+Value82+
Color Temperature Setting Value35 Range:0~2 Value83+Value84+
0: 6500K, 1: 9300K, 2: 3200K Value85+Value86+
Video Contrast Value36 Range:0~255 Value87+Value88+
Value89+Value90+
ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
ALL COMMON Video Brightness Value37 Range:0~255 Value91+Value92+
DATA Aspect Ratio Setting Value38 Range:0~1 Value93+Value94+
(CONT.) 0: Ratio 4:3, 1: Ratio 16:9 Value95
PIP Enable Value39 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
Language Select Setting Value40 Range:0~2
0: English, 1: 简体中文, 2: Korean
OSD H-Position Value41 Range:0~50
OSD V-Position Value42 Range:0~50
PIP H-Size Value43 Range:0~10
PIP V-Size Value44 Range:0~10
PIP H-Position Value45 Range:0~125
PIP V-Position Value46 Range:0~125
PIP Blending Value47 Range:0~100
RGB Input Force Timing Setting Value48 Range:0~5
0: No Force Timing, 1: VGA, 2: 480P, 3:SXGA 60,
4: HD, 5: WHD
Video Input Force Timing Setting Value49 Range:0~5
0: Auto, 1: NTSC_M, 2:NTSC_44, 3:PAL_BG_DK,
4:PAL_M, 5:PAL_N
Video Input Black Setting Value50 Range:0~1
0: 0 IRE, 1: 7.5 IRE
Gamma Setting Value51 Range:0~4
0: FILM, 1: GRAPHIC, 2: VIDEO, 3: LINEAR, 4: NORMAL
Projector ID Setting Value52 Range:00~99
Power Delay Timer For System On Value53 Range:0~10
RGB Input Frame Lock Status Value54 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
RGB Input First Auto Adjust Setting Value55 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
Video input AGC Function Value56 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
OSD Blending Function Value57 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
H-Capture Position Range:-500~500
Value58 Range: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1.
Value59 Range: Low Byte.
V-Capture Position Range:-300~300
Value60 Range: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1.
Value61 Range: Low Byte.
RGB Input Clock Frequency Value62 Range:0~200
RGB Input Clock Phase Vlaue63 Range:0~63
Test Pattern Number Value64 Range:0~17 and 20~60
DVI EQ Setting Value65 Range:0~1, 0: Off, 1:On
Video Over-Scan Value66 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
All Projector Control Setting and ID
Value67 Range:0~1, 0: Off, 1: On
Value68 ID Range:00~99
HSG Gain Value of Yellow Color Value69 Range:0~200
HSG Saturation Value of Yellow Color Value70 Range:0~200
HSG Hue Value of Yellow Color Value71 Range:0~200
HSG Gain Value of Cyan Color Value72 Range:0~200

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ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
ALL COMMON HSG Saturation Value of Cyan Color Value73 Range:0~200
DATA HSG Hue Value of Cyan Color Value74 Range:0~200
(CONT.) HSG Gain Value of Magenta Color Value75 Range:0~200
HSG Saturation Value of Magenta Color Value76 Range:0~200
HSG Hue Value of Magenta Color Value77 Range:0~200
HSG Gain Value of Red Part in White Color Value78 Range:0~200
HSG Gain Value of Green Part in White Color Value79
Range:0~200
HSG Gain Value of Blue Part in White Color Value80
Range:0~200
Input Level Type Value81 Range:0~4
0: USER1, 1: USER2, 2: USER3, 3: USER4, 4: USER5
PIP Input Source, Value82
When Main Source is RGB/RGB 2/Video/Video 2, Range:0~8
0: RGB 4, 1: DVI, 2: DVI 2, 3: DVI 3, 4: DVI 4,
5: DVI 5, 6: Video 3, 7: Video 4, 8: Video 5
When Main Source is RGB 3/ RGB 4/All DVI/Video 3/Video
4/Video 5, Range:0~3
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: Video, 3: Video 2
PIP2 Input Source, Value83
When Main Source is RGB 4/Video 3/Video 4/Video 5, Range:0~2
0: DVI 3, 1: DVI 4, 2: DVI 5
When Main Source is DVI 3/DVI 4/DVI 5, Range:0~3
0: RGB 4, 1: Video 3, 2: Video 4, 3: Video 5
PIP2 Enable Function Value84 Range:0~1
0: OFF, 1: ON
PIP2 H-Size Value85 Range:0~10
PIP2 V-Size Value86 Range:0~10
PIP2 H-Position Value87 Range:0~100
PIP2 V-Position Value88 Range:0~100
PIP2 Blending Value89 Range:0~100
Aperture Level Value90 Range:0~255
Overlap Value91 Range:0~2
0: 0%, 1: 30%, 2: 50%
Fan Control Value92 Range:1~2
1: Full On, 2: Auto
Color Gamut Value93 Range:0~2
0: Wide, 1: NTSC, 2: EBU
Color Adjust Type Value95 Range:0~1
0: HSG, 1: CCA

Combinative-Commands – Get Data

ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)


SAP Get Main Input Source + All Tiling Screen Value + Projector Tiling 80h+00h+00h+00h
Screen Value (ACK)
Main Input Source, Value1 Range:0~13 80h+Value1+Value2
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: DVI, 3: DVI 2, 4: Video, 5: Video 2, +Value3
6: RGB 3, 8: DVI 3, 9: DVI 4, 10: DVI 5, 11: Video 3,
12: Video 4, 13: Video 5
All Tiling Screen Value
Value2 Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h)
Projector Tiling Screen Value
Value3 Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h)
ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
INPUT LEVEL Get ADC RGB Gains Contrast of R, G and B + Brightness of R, G 81h+00h+00h+00h+
and B 00h+00h+00h+00h
ADC RGB Gains Contrast R Value, Value1 Range:0~255 (ACK)
ADC RGB Gains Contrast G Value, Value2 Range:0~255 81h+Value1+Value2
ADC RGB Gains Contrast B Value, Value3 Range:0~255 +
ADC RGB Gains Brightness R Value, Value4 Range:0~255 Value3+Value4+
ADC RGB Gains Brightness G Value, Value5 Range:0~255 Value5+Value6+00h
ADC RGB Gains Brightness B Value, Value6 Range:0~255
DLP SETTING Get DLP Setting Brightness of R, G and B + Contrast of R, G and 82h+00h+00h+00h+
B 00h+00h+00h+00h
DLP Setting Brightness R Value, Value1 Range:0~255 (ACK)
DLP Setting Brightness G Value, Value2 Range:0~255 82h+Value1+Value2
DLP Setting Brightness B Value, Value3 Range:0~255 +
DLP Setting Contrast R Value, Value4 Range:0~100 Value3+Value4+
DLP Setting Contrast G Value, Value5 Range:0~100 Value5+Value6+00h
DLP Setting Contrast B Value, Value6 Range:0~100
RGB DATA Get RGB Input Capture Horizontal Position Value + Capture 83h+00h+00h+00h+
Vertical Position Value + Clock Frequency Value + Clock Phase 00h+00h+00h+00h
Value (ACK)
H-Capture Position Value Range:-500~500 83h+Value1+Value2
Value1: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1. +
Value2: Low Byte. Value3+Value4+
V-Capture Position Value Range:-300~300 Value5+Value6+00h
Value3: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1.
Value4: Low Byte.
Clock Frequency Value5 Range:0~200
Clock Phase Value6 Range:0~63
HSG COLOR Get HSG Gain, Saturation and Hue of Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, 84h+00h+00h+00h+
Cyan Magenta Colors and Gain of R, G, B Part in White Color. 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Gain Value of Red Color Value1 Range:0~200 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Saturation Value of Red Color Value2 Range:0~200 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Hue Value of Red Color Value3 Range:0~200 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Gain Value of Green Color Value4 Range:0~200 00h+00h
Saturation Value of Green Color Value5 Range:0~200 (ACK)
Hue Value of Green Color Value6 Range:0~200 84h+Value1+Value2
Gain Value of Blue Color Value7 Range:0~200 +
Saturation Value of Blue Color Value8 Range:0~200 Value3+Value4+
Hue Value of Blue Color Value9 Range:0~200 Value5+Value6+
Gain Value of Yellow Color Value10 Range:0~200 Value7+Value8+
Saturation Value of Yellow Color Value11 Range:0~200 Value9+Value10+
Hue Value of Yellow Color Value12 Range:0~200 Value11+Value12+
Gain Value of Cyan Color Value13 Range:0~200 Value13+Value14+
Value15+Value16+
HSG COLOR Saturation Value of Cyan Color Value14 Range:0~200 Value17+Value18+
(CONT.) Hue Value of Cyan Color Value15 Range:0~200 Value19+Value20+
Gain Value of Magenta Color Value16 Range:0~200 Value21
Saturation Value of Magenta Color Value17 Range:0~200
Hue Value of Magenta Color Value18 Range:0~200
Gain Value of Red Part in White Color Value19 Range:0~200
Gain Value of Green Part in White Color Value20 Range:0~200
Gain Value of Blue Part in White Color Value21 Range:0~200

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ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
ALL COMMON Get All Common Commands 85h+00h+00h+00h+
DATA Main Input Source Value1 Range:0~13 00h+00h+00h+00h+
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: DVI, 3: DVI 2, 4: Video, 5: Video 2, 00h+00h+00h+00h+
6: RGB 3, 8: DVI 3, 9: DVI 4, 10: DVI 5, 11: Video 3, 00h+00h+00h+00h+
12: Video 4, 13: Video 5 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Contrast Value2 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Brightness Value3 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Video Input Color Value4 Range:0~100 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Video Input Tint Value5 Range:0~100 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Sharpness Value6 Range:0~6 00h+00h+00h+00h+
DLP Setting Brightness Red Value7 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
DLP Setting Brightness Green Value8 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
DLP Setting Brightness Blue Value9 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
DLP Setting Contrast Red Value10 Range:0~100 00h+00h+00h+00h+
DLP Setting Contrast Green Value11 Range:0~100 00h+00h+00h+00h+
DLP Setting Contrast Blue Value12 Range:0~100 00h+00h+00h+00h+
ADC RGB Gains Contrast R Value13 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
ADC RGB Gains Contrast G Value14 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
ADC RGB Gains Contrast B Value15 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
ADC RGB Gains Brightness R Value16 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
ADC RGB Gains Brightness G Value17 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
ADC RGB Gains Brightness B Value18 Range:0~255 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Image Direction Setting Value19 Range:0~3 00h+00h+00h+00h+
0:Front, 1:Rear, 2:Inverted Front, 3:Inverted Rear 00h+00h+00h+00h+
Display Position Value (ACK)
Horizontal Value20 Range:0~31 85h+Value1+Value2
Vertical Value21 Range:0~10 +
All Tiling Screen Value22 Range:11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and Value3+Value4+
X1h~X8h) Value5+Value6+
Projector Tiling Screen Value7+Value8+
Value23 Range: 11h~88h (1Xh~8Xh and X1h~X8h) Value9+Value10+
Baud Rate Setting Value24 Range:0~2 Value11+Value12+
0: 9600bps, 1: 19200bps, 2: 57600bps Value13+Value14+
HSG Gain Value of Red Color Value26 Range:0~200 Value15+Value16+
HSG Saturation Value of Red Color Value27 Range:0~200 Value17+Value18+
HSG Hue Value of Red Color Value28 Range:0~200 Value19+Value20+
HSG Gain Value of Green Color Value29 Range:0~200 Value21+Value22+
HSG Saturation Value of Green Color Value30 Range:0~200 Value23+Value24+
HSG Hue Value of Green Color Value31 Range:0~200 Value25+Value26+
HSG Gain Value of Blue Color Value32 Range:0~200 Value27+Value28+
HSG Saturation Value of Blue Color Value33 Range:0~200 Value29+Value30+
HSG Hue Value of Blue Color Value34 Range:0~200 Value31+Value32+
Color Temperature Setting Value35 Range:0~2 Value33+Value34+
0: 6500K, 1: 9300K, 2: 3200K Value35+Value36+
Video Contrast Value36 Range:0~255 Value37+Value38+
Video Brightness Value37 Range:0~255 Value39+Value40+
Value41+Value42+
ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
ALL COMMON Aspect Ratio Setting Value38 Range:0~1 Value43+Value44+
DATA 0: Ratio 4:3, 1: Ratio 16:9 Value45+Value46+
(CONT.) PIP Enable Value39 Range:0~1 Value47+Value48+
0: Off, 1: On Value49+Value50+
Language Select Setting Value40 Range:0~1 Value51+Value52+
0: English, 1: 简体中文 Value53+Value54+
OSD H-Position Value41 Range:0~50 Value55+Value56+
OSD V-Position Value42 Range:0~50 Value57+Value58+
PIP H-Size Value43 Range:0~10 Value59+Value60+
PIP V-Size Value44 Range:0~10 Value61+Value62+
PIP H-Position Value45 Range:0~125 Value63+Value64+
PIP V-Position Value46 Range:0~125 Value65+Value66+
PIP Blending Value47 Range:0~100 Value67+Value68+
RGB Input Force Timing Setting Value48 Range:0~5 Value69+Value70+
0: No Force Timing, 1: VGA, 2: 480P, 3:SXGA 60, Value71+Value72+
4: HD, 5: WHD Value73+Value74+
Video Input Force Timing Setting Value49 Range:0~5 Value75+Value76+
0: Auto, 1: NTSC_M, 2:NTSC_44, 3:PAL_BG_DK, Value77+Value78+
4:PAL_M, 5:PAL_N Value79+Value80+
Video Input Black Setting Value50 Range:0~1 Value81+Value82+
0: 0 IRE, 1: 7.5 IRE Value83+Value84+
Gamma Setting Value51 Range:0~4 Value85+Value86+
0: FILM, 1: GRAPHIC, 2: VIDEO, Value87+Value88+
3: LINEAR, 4: NORMAL Value89+Value90+
Projector ID Setting Value52 Range:00~99 Value91+Value92+
Power Delay Timer For System On Value53 Range:0~10 Value93+Value94+
RGB Input Frame Lock Status Value54 Range:0~1 Value95
0: Off, 1: On
RGB Input First Auto Adjust Setting Value55 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
Video input AGC Function Value56 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
OSD Blending Function Value57 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
H-Capture Position Range:-500~500
Value58 Range: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1.
Value59 Range: Low Byte.
V-Capture Position Range:-300~300
Value60 Range: High Byte, if the value is negative, bit7 is 1.
Value61 Range: Low Byte.
RGB Input Clock Frequency Value62 Range:0~200
RGB Input Clock Phase Vlaue63 Range:0~63
Test Pattern Number Value64 Range:0~17 and 20~60
DVI EQ Setting Value65 Range:0~1, 0: Off, 1:On
Video Over-Scan Value66 Range:0~1
0: Off, 1: On
All Projector Control Setting and ID
Value67 Range:0~1, 0: Off, 1: On
Value68 ID Range:00~99
HSG Gain Value of Yellow Color Value69 Range:0~200
HSG Saturation Value of Yellow Color Value70 Range:0~200
HSG Hue Value of Yellow Color Value71 Range:0~200
HSG Gain Value of Cyan Color Value72 Range:0~200
HSG Saturation Value of Cyan Color Value73 Range:0~200

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ITEM CONTENTS KEY (CMD)
ALL COMMON HSG Hue Value of Cyan Color Value74 Range:0~200
DATA HSG Gain Value of Magenta Color Value75 Range:0~200
(CONT.) HSG Saturation Value of Magenta Color Value76 Range:0~200
HSG Hue Value of Magenta Color Value77 Range:0~200
HSG Gain Value of Red Part in White Color Value78 Range:0~200
HSG Gain Value of Green Part in White Color Value79
Range:0~200
HSG Gain Value of Blue Part in White Color Value80
Range:0~200
Input Level Type Value81 Range:0~4
0: USER1, 1: USER2, 2: USER3, 3: USER4, 4: USER5
PIP Input Source, Value82
When Main Source is RGB/RGB 2/Video/Video 2, Range:0~8
0: RGB 4, 1: DVI, 2: DVI 2, 3: DVI 3, 4: DVI 4,
5: DVI 5, 6: Video 3, 7: Video 4, 8: Video 5
When Main Source is RGB 3/ RGB 4/All DVI/Video 3/Video
4/Video 5, Range:0~3
0: RGB, 1: RGB 2, 2: Video, 3: Video 2
PIP2 Input Source, Value83
When Main Source is RGB 4/Video 3/Video 4/Video 5, Range:0~2
0: DVI 3, 1: DVI 4, 2: DVI 5
When Main Source is DVI 3/DVI 4/DVI 5, Range:0~3
0: RGB 4, 1: Video 3, 2: Video 4, 3: Video 5
PIP2 Enable Function Value84 Range:0~1
0: OFF, 1: ON
PIP2 H-Size Value85 Range:0~10
PIP2 V-Size Value86 Range:0~10
PIP2 H-Position Value87 Range:0~100
PIP2 V-Position Value88 Range:0~100
PIP2 Blending Value89 Range:0~100
Aperture Level Value90 Range:0~255
Overlap Value91 Range:0~2
0: 0%, 1: 30%, 2: 50%
Fan Control Value92 Range:1~2
1: Full On, 2: Auto
Color Gamut Value93 Range:0~2
0: Wide, 1: NTSC, 2: EBU
Color Adjust Type Value95 Range:0~1
0: HSG, 1: CCA
Connection configuration of RS-232C pins.
Table 5: RS-232C Pin connection configuration

RS-232C Pin - Connection Configuration

Pin No Signal name Signal items I/O (in Projector)


1 CD Not used -
2 RXD Reception data Output
3 TXD Transmission data Input
4 DTR Not used -
5 SG Signal ground Ground
6 DSR Not used -
7 RTS Not used -
8 CTS Not used -
9 CI Not used -
Resolution Timing Support List

V.
Screen H. Freq. Clock Input Polarity Input Port
Freq.

DIGITAL 1

DIGITAL 2 RGB 1 VIDEO 1


VIDEO 2
Mode (Hz) (KHz) (MHz) Resolution H V DIGITAL 3 RGB 2 VIDEO 3
VIDEO 5
DIGITAL 4 RGB 3 VIDEO 4

DIGITAL 5

NTSC 59.94 15.734 13.5 712x484 N N * *

PAL 50 15.625 13.5 702x574 N N * *

480P 59.94 31.5 27 720 x 483 N N * * *

576P 50 31.25 27 720x576 N N * *

720p50 50 37.5 74.25 1280x720 P P * *

720p60 60 45 74.25 1280x720 P P * * *

1080i25 25 28.125 74.25 1920x1080i P P * *

1080i30 30 33.75 74.25 1920x1080i P P * * *

1080p50 50 56.25 148.5 1920x1080p P P * * *

148.
1080p60 60 67.5 1920x1080p P P * * *
500

VGA-60 59.94 31.469 25.175 640 x 480 N N * *

VGA-72 72.809 37.861 31.5 640 x 480 N N * *

VGA-75 75 37.5 31.5 640 x 480 N N * *

VGA-85 85.008 43.269 36 640 x 480 N N * *

MAC-13 66.667 35 30.24 640 x 480 N N * *

SVGA-56 56.25 35.156 36 800 x 600 P P * *

SVGA-60 60.317 37.879 40 800 x 600 P P * *

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V.
Screen H. Freq. Clock Input Polarity Input Port
Freq.

DIGITAL 1

DIGITAL 2 RGB 1 VIDEO 1


VIDEO 2
Mode (Hz) (KHz) (MHz) Resolution H V DIGITAL 3 RGB 2 VIDEO 3
VIDEO 5
DIGITAL 4 RGB 3 VIDEO 4

DIGITAL 5

SVGA-72 72.188 48.077 50 800 x 600 P P * *

SVGA-75 75 46.875 49.5 800 x 600 P P * *

SVGA-85 85.061 53.674 56.25 800 x 600 P P * *

MAC-16 74.55 49.725 57.283 832 x 624 N N * *

XGA-50 50 40.3 54.163 1024 x 768 N N * *

XGA-60 60.004 48.363 65 1024 x 768 N N * *

XGA-70 70.069 56.476 75 1024 x 768 N N * *

XGA-75 75.029 60.023 78.75 1024 x 768 P P * *

XGA-85 84.997 68.677 94.5 1024 x 768 P P * *

MAC-19 74.722 60.151 79.88 1024 x 768 N N * *

SXGA-60 60.02 63.981 108 1280 x 1024 P P * *

SXGA-75 75.025 79.976 135 1280 x 1024 P P * *

SXGA-85 85.024 91.146 157.5 1280 x 1024 P P * *

UXGA-60 60 75 162 1600 x 1200 P P * *

HD 108M 60.02 63.981 108 1400 x 1050 N N * *

HDR 59.948 64.744 101 1400 x 1050 P N * *

HD60 59.978 65.317 121.75 1400 x 1050 N P * *

HD75 74.867 82.278 156 1400 x 1050 N P * *

60 47.852 85.75 1366*768 P P *


1366x768
V.
Screen H. Freq. Clock Input Polarity Input Port
Freq.

DIGITAL 1

DIGITAL 2 RGB 1 VIDEO 1


VIDEO 2
Mode (Hz) (KHz) (MHz) Resolution H V DIGITAL 3 RGB 2 VIDEO 3
VIDEO 5
DIGITAL 4 RGB 3 VIDEO 4

DIGITAL 5

60Hz

1280x800
60 49.306 71 1280*800 P N *
60RB

1280x800
60 49.702 83.5 1280*800 N P *
60

1280x800
75 62.795 106.5 1280*800 N P *
75

1280x800
85 71.554 122.5 1280*800 N P *
85

1440x900
60 55.469 88.75 1440*900 P N *
60RB

1440x900
60 55.935 106.5 1440*900 N P *
60

1440x900
75 70.635 136.75 1440*900 N P *
75

1440x900
85 80.430 157 1440*900 N P *
85

1680x1050
60 64.674 119 1680*1050 P N *
60RB

1680x1050
60 65.29 146.25 1680*1050 N P *
60

Note: If resolutions or signal frequencies that are not compatible with this engine are
entered. The images may flicker, blur, or be displayed as horizontally or vertically
longer images. Further, the image may not be displayed."

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The next chapter explains the OSD function controls.
Chapter 4
Describing OSD
Function Controls
This chapter describes the Optical Screen display (OSD) functions controls for the
Next Gen HD LED engine.

LED Engine
OSD Function Controls for HD LED Engine:

The Main Menu for OSD appears as shown below in Figure 9.

1. Main Menu
Figure 9: Main Menu

1. In the MAIN MENU, press and buttons to navigate through the items of
the MAIN MENU.

2. Press the ENTER button on the item of your choice and enter Sub Menu.

3. Press the MENU button to return to OSD Idle state.

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4. Pressing the MENU button in OSD Idle state forces system to remain on
MAIN MENU. Depending on the input source, the items in Main Menu and
Sub Menu slightly differ for Videos and PCs.

Each of the Sub Menu is explained below in detail.

2. Picture Setting
The PICTURE SETTING menu, allows adjusting the following options. The Picture
Setting menu appears as shown in Figure 10.
Table 6: Picture setting menu options

BRIGHTNESS Adjust the overall image and background brightness level to the desired value.
(Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase the brightness.


Press button to decrease the brightness.

CONTRAST Adjust the image contrast level in relation to the input signal to the desired value.
(Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase the contrast.


Press button to decrease the contrast.

APERTURE Set LED light source output brightness to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)
LEVEL
Press button to increase the Aperture Level.
Press button to decrease the Aperture Level.

INPUT LEVEL Input Level Types: User 1, User 2, User 3, User 4 and User 5 as shown in
Figure 12 and Figure 13.
Press ENTER to enter the Sub-Menu state as shown in Figure 11.
Adjust ADC RGB Brightness (offset) of R, G and B / Contrast (gain) of R, G
and B to the desired value. (RGB INPUT OFFSET and GAIN Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase Brightness and Contrast.


Press button to decrease Brightness and Contrast.

VIDEO SETUP Main Input: VIDEO.


Displays Video Setup as shown in Figure 14.
Refer Table 7 for Video Setup Menu option details.

COLOR TEMP. Press and buttons to select from 6500K, 7500K, 9300K and 3200K to set
the Color Temp as shown in Figure 18, Figure 19 & Figure 20.
COLOR GAMUT Adjust set of colors found within an image at a given time to the desired value.

Press and buttons to select from WIDE, R709 and NTSC to set the Color
Gamut as shown in Figure 18 and Figure 19.

OVERLAP Set Overlap Value to the desired value.

Press and buttons to select from 0%, 30% and 50% to set the Overlap
Value as shown in Figure 18 and Figure 19.

DLP SETTING Adjust DLP Setting Brightness (cutoff) of R, G and B / Contrast (drive) of R, G and B
to the desired value. (RGB CUTOFF Range 0 ~ 255 and DRIVE Range 0~100)
Display DLP Setting as shown in Figure 21.

Press button to increase the CUTOFF and DRIVE for R, G and B.


Press button to decrease the CUTOFF and DRIVE for R, G and B.
.

Figure 10: Picture Setting

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Figure 11: Input Level - User1

Figure 12: Input Level – User2

Figure 13: Input Level - User3

Table 7: Video Setup menu options

VIDEO Adjust the overall image and background brightness level to the desired value.
BRIGHTNESS (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase brightness.


Press button to decrease brightness.

VIDEO Adjust the image contrast level in relation to the input signal to the desired value.
CONTRAST (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase contrast.


Press button to decrease contrast.

SHARPNESS Adjust the sharpness value to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 6)

Press button to increase sharpness.


Press button to decrease sharpness.
COLOR Adjust the color depth of the screen to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase color depth.


Press button to decrease color depth.

TINT Adjust the tint of the screen to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase the flesh tone color to more purplish.


Press button to decrease the flesh tone color to more greenish.

VIDEO Adjust Video Input Force timing Setting to the desired value.
STANDARD
Video Standard: Auto, NTSC_M, NTSC_44, PAL_BG_DK, PAL_M and PAL_N as
shown in Figure15.

Press and buttons to choose from Video Standards.

INPUT VIDEO Adjust Video input signal brightness to improve background brightness level to the
BLACK desired value.

Press and buttons to switch between 0 IRE and 7.5 IRE.


INPUT VIDEO BLACK adjustment is shown in Figure 16.

OVERSCAN Over scan function will enlarge the effective display area and discard noises and
non-visual information surrounding the video to the desired value.

Press and buttons to switch between ON and OFF.


OVERSCAN adjustment is shown in Figure 17.

Figure 14: Video Setup

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Figure 15: Video Standard

Figure 16: Input Video Black

Figure 17: Overscan

Figure 18: Picture Setting Values 1

Figure 19: Picture Setting Values 2


Figure 20: Color Temperature

Figure 21: DLP Setting

3. Image Setting
The IMAGE SETTING menu, allows to adjust the following options. The Image
Setting menu appears as shown in Figure 22.
Table 8: Image Setting menu options

ASPECT RATIO Press and button to select aspect ratio from 16:9, 4:3 and AUTO as shown
in Figure 23 and Figure 24.

H-POSITION Adjust the horizontal display position to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 31)

Press button to increase the H-POSITION.


Press button to decrease the H-POSITION.

V-POSITION Adjust the vertical display position to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 10)

Press button to increase the V-POSITION.


Press button to decrease the V-POSITION.

H-CAPTURE Adjust RGB Input Capture Horizontal Position to the desired value. (Range -500 ~
500)

Press button to increase H-CAPTURE.


Press button to decrease H-CAPTURE.

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V-CAPTURE Adjust RGB Input Capture Vertical Position to the desired value. (Range -300 ~
300)

Press button to increase V-CAPTURE.


Press button to decrease V-CAPTURE.

PHASE Adjust RGB Input Clock Phase to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 63)

Press button to increase PHASE.


Press button to decrease PHASE.

FREQUENCY Adjust RGB Input Clock Phase to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 200)

Press button to increase FREQUENCY.


Press button to decrease FREQUENCY.

Figure 22: Image Setting

Figure 23: Aspect Ratio

Figure 24: Aspect Ratio Auto


4. Input Setup
The INPUT SETUP menu, allows adjusting the following options. The Input Setup
menu appears as shown in Figure 25
Table 9: Input Setup menu options

MAIN INPUT Main Input: DVI-RGB, VGA, DVI, DVI 2, VIDEO, YPbPr and BNC as shown in
SELECT Figure 26.

Press and buttons to choose from Main Inputs.

PIP INPUT Set PIP Input based on Main Input to the desired value.
SELECT
If Main is VGA , VIDEO, YPbPr and BNC then PIP Input: DVI-RGB, DVI & DVI 2.
If Main is DVI-RGB, DVI and DVI 2 then PIP Input: VGA, VIDEO, YPbPr and BNC
as shown in Figure 27.

PIP2 INPUT Set PIP2 Input to the desired value.


SELECT
PIP2 Input: VIDEO, RGB and YPbPr as shown in Figure28

PIP SETUP Displays Pip Setup as shown in Figure 29


Refer Table 10 for Pip Setup menu option details.

PIP2 SETUP Displays Pip2 Setup as shown in Figure 6.


Refer Table 13 for Pip2 Setup menu option details.

MODE Displays Mode Memory Status as shown in Figure 43.


MEMORY
STATUS

USER MODE Displays User Mode as shown in Figure 44.

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Figure 25: Input Setup

Figure 26: Main Input Select


Figure 27: Pip Input Select

Figure 28: Pip 2 Input Select

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Table 10: Pip Setup menu options

PIP MODE Disable (ON) or Enable (OFF) PIP window as shown in Figure 30.

PIP H-SIZE Adjust the horizontal size of PIP windows to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 10)

Press button to increase PIP H-SIZE.


Press button to decrease PIP H-SIZE.

PIP V-SIZE Adjust the vertical size of PIP windows to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 10)

Press button to increase PIP V-SIZE.


Press button to decrease PIP V-SIZE.

PIP H-POSITION Adjust the horizontal position of PIP windows to the desired value. (Range 0 ~
100)

Press button to increase PIP H-POSITION.


Press button to decrease PIP H-POSITION.

PIP V-POSITION Adjust the vertical position of PIP windows to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 100)

Press button to increase PIP V-POSITION.


Press button to decrease PIP V-POSITION.

PIP BLENDING Adjust the transparency position of PIP windows to the desired value. (Range 25
~ 100)

Press button to increase transparency.


Press button to decrease transparency.

PIP IMAGE Displays Pip Image Setting as shown in Figure 31.


SETTING
Refer Table 11 for Pip Image Setting option details.

PIP INPUT Displays Pip Input Level as shown in Figure 34.


LEVEL
Adjust RGB Brightness (offset) of R, G and B / Contrast (gain) of R, G
and B to the desired value. (RGB INPUT OFFSET and GAIN Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase Brightness (offset) and Contrast (gain).


Press button to decrease Brightness (offset) and Contrast (gain).

PIP VIDEO Displays Pip Video Setup as shown in Figure 35.


SETUP
Table 12 for Pip Video Setup option details.
Figure 29: Pip Setup

Figure 30: Pip Mode

Table 11: Pip Image setting menu options

ASPECT RATIO Press and button to select aspect ratio from 16:9 and 4:3 as shown in
Figure 32.

H-CAPTURE Adjust RGB Input Capture Horizontal Position to the desired value. (Range -500
~ 500)

Press button to increase H-CAPTURE.


Press button to decrease H-CAPTURE.

V-CAPTURE Adjust RGB Input Capture Vertical Position to the desired value. (Range -300 ~
300)

Press button to increase V-CAPTURE.


Press button to decrease V-CAPTURE.

PHASE Adjust RGB Input Clock Phase to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 63)

Press button to increase PHASE.


Press button to decrease PHASE.

FREQUENCY Adjust RGB Input Clock Phase to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 200)

Press button to increase FREQUENCY.


Press button to decrease FREQUENCY.

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FORCE TIMING Displays Force Timing as shown in Figure 33
Pip Force Timing: NO FORCE TIMING, FORCE TIMING VGA60, FORCE
TIMING 480P, FORCE TIMING EDTV, FORCE TIMING SXGA 60, FORCE
TIMING SXGA + and FORCE TIMING WSXGA +.

Press and button to select from Force Timing menu options.

Figure 31: Pip Image Setting

Figure 32: Aspect Ratio

Figure 33: Pip Force Timing


Figure 34: Pip Input Level

Table 12: Pip Video Setup menu options

VIDEO Adjust Video Input Brightness to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)
BRIGHTNESS
Press button to increase Video Brightness.
Press button to decrease Video Brightness.

VIDEO CONTRAST Adjust Video Input Contrast to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase Video Contrast.


Press button to decrease Video Contrast.

SHARPNESS Adjust PIP Sharpness to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 6)

Press button to increase Sharpness.


Press button to decrease Sharpness.

COLOR Adjust PIP Video Input Color to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase color.


Press button to decrease color.

TINT Adjust PIP Video Input Tint of the screen to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase the flesh tone color to more purplish.


Press button to decrease the flesh tone color to more greenish.

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Figure 35: Pip Video Setup

Table 13: Pip2 Setup menu options

PIP2 MODE Disable (ON) or Enable (OFF) PIP2 window as shown in Figure37.

PIP2 H-SIZE Adjust the horizontal size of PIP2 windows to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 10)

Press button to increase PIP2 H-SIZE.


Press button to decrease PIP2 H-SIZE.

PIP2 V-SIZE Adjust the vertical size of PIP2 windows to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 10)

Press button to increase PIP2 V-SIZE.


Press button to decrease PIP2 V-SIZE.

PIP2 H- Adjust the horizontal position of PIP2 windows to the desired value. (Range 0 ~
POSITION 100)

Press button to increase PIP2 H-POSITION.


Press button to decrease PIP2 H-POSITION.

PIP2 V- Adjust the vertical position of PIP2 windows to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 100)
POSITION
Press button to increase PIP2 V-POSITION.
Press button to decrease PIP2 V-POSITION.

PIP2 BLENDING Adjust the transparency position of PIP2 windows to the desired value. (Range 25
~ 100)

Press button to increase transparency.


Press button to decrease transparency.
PIP2 IMAGE Displays Pip2 Image Setting as shown in Figure 38.
SETTING
Refer Table 14 for Pip2 Image Setting option details.

PIP2 INPUT Displays Pip2 Input Level as shown in Figure 41


LEVEL
Adjust RGB Brightness (offset) of R, G and B / Contrast (gain) of R, G
and B to the desired value. (RGB INPUT OFFSET and GAIN Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase Brightness (offset) and Contrast (gain).


Press button to decrease Brightness (offset) and Contrast (gain).

PIP2 VIDEO Displays Pip2 Video Setup as shown in Figure 42.


SETUP
Refer Table 15 for Pip2 Video Setup option details.

Figure 36: Pip2 Setup

Figure37: Pip2 Mode

Table 14: Pip2 Image Setting menu options

ASPECT RATIO Press and button to select aspect ratio from 16:9 and 4:3 as shown in
Figure 39

H-CAPTURE Adjust RGB Input Capture Horizontal Position to the desired value. (Range -500 ~
500)

Press button to increase H-CAPTURE.


Press button to decrease H-CAPTURE.

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V-CAPTURE Adjust RGB Input Capture Vertical Position to the desired value. (Range -300 ~
300)

Press button to increase V-CAPTURE.


Press button to decrease V-CAPTURE.

PHASE Adjust RGB Input Clock Phase to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 63)

Press button to increase PHASE.


Press button to decrease PHASE.

FREQUENCY Adjust RGB Input Clock Phase to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 200)

Press button to increase FREQUENCY.


Press button to decrease FREQUENCY.

FORCE TIMING Displays Force Timing as shown in Figure 40


Pip2 Force Timing: NO FORCE TIMING, FORCE TIMING VGA60, FORCE
TIMING 480P, FORCE TIMING EDTV, FORCE TIMING SXGA 60, FORCE
TIMING SXGA + and FORCE TIMING WSXGA +.

Press and button to select from Force Timing menu options.

Figure 38: Pip2 Image Setting

Figure 39: Aspect Ratio


Figure 40: Pip2 Force Timing

Figure 41: Pip2 Input Level

Table 15: Pip2 Video Setup menu options

VIDEO Adjust Video Input Brightness to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)
BRIGHTNESS
Press button to increase Video Brightness.
Press button to decrease Video Brightness.

VIDEO CONTRAST Adjust Video Input Contrast to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase Video Contrast.


Press button to decrease Video Contrast.

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SHARPNESS Adjust PIP2 Sharpness to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 6)

Press button to increase Sharpness.


Press button to decrease Sharpness.

COLOR Adjust PIP2 Video Input Color to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase color.


Press button to decrease color.

TINT Adjust PIP2 Video Input Tint of the screen to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 255)

Press button to increase the flesh tone color to more purplish.


Press button to decrease the flesh tone color to more greenish.

Figure 42: Pip2 Video Setup

Figure 43: Mode Memory Status


Figure 44: User Mode

5. Option Setup
The OPTION SETUP menu, allows to adjust the following options. The Option Setup
menu appears as shown in Figure 45
Table 16: Option Setup menu options

LANGUAGE Set OSD Language to the desired value.

Press and buttons to select from English, Chinese and Korean as shown
in Figure 46

IMAGE Set Image Direction to the desired value.


ORIENTATION
Press and buttons to select from FRONT, REAR, INVERTED FRONT
and INVERTED REAR as shown in Figure 46 and Figure 48.

BAUD RATE Set data transfer speed to the desired value.

Press and buttons to select from 9600, 19200 and 57600bps as shown in
Figure 46 and Figure 48.

GAMMA Select image Gamma to the desired value.

Press and buttons to select from FILM, GRAPHIC, VIDEO, LINEAR and
NORMAL as shown in Figure 46, Figure 48, Figure 50 and
Figure 51.

MENU H- Adjust OSD Horizontal Position to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 50)
POSITION
Press button to increase the MENU H-POSITION.
Press button to decrease the MENU H-POSITION.

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MENU V- Adjust OSD Vertical Position to the desired value. (Range 0 ~ 50)
POSITION
Press button to increase the MENU V-POSITION.
Press button to decrease the MENU V-POSITION.

RESET ALL Select YES to reset all users setting in OSD as shown in Figure and Figure47.
SETTING

Figure 45: Option Setup

Figure 46: Option Setup Values 1

Figure 47: Option Setup reset yes

Figure 48: Option Setup Values 2

Figure 49: Option Setup reset yes


Figure 50: Gamma Video

Figure 51: Gamma Linear

6. Tiling Setup
The TILING SETUP menu, allows to adjust the following options. The Tiling Setup
menu appears as shown in Figure 52.
Table 17: Tiling Setup menu options

ALL NUM. OF Set the total column number of Tiling Screen to the desired value. (Range : 11h ~
COLS. 88h => ( 1Xh ~ 8Xh and X1h ~ X8h ))

Press button to increase the total column number.


Press button to decrease the total column number.

ALL NUM. OF Set the total row number of Tiling Screen to the desired value. (Range : 11h ~
ROWS 88h => ( 1Xh ~ 8Xh and X1h ~ X8h ))

Press button to increase the total row number.


Press button to decrease the total row number.

PROJECTOR Set the column number of Tiling Screen to the desired value. (Range : 11h ~ 88h
COL. => ( 1Xh ~ 8Xh and X1h ~ X8h ))

Press button to increase the column number.


Press button to decrease the column number.

PROJECTOR Set the row number of Tiling Screen to the desired value. (Range : 11h ~ 88h =>
ROW ( 1Xh ~ 8Xh and X1h ~ X8h ))

Press button to increase the row number.


Press button to decrease the row number.

PROJECTOR ID Set the PROJECTOR ID to the desired value. (Range:00~99)


Press 0 ~ 9 buttons to set PROJECTOR ID.

DVS MENU Adjust the six-axis mechanism


MOTOR
CONTROL Adjust the Projection Lens motor in Ultra Slim cube series
MENU

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Note :

- DVS Menu is inactive in rear access vidoewall

- Motor Control Menu will be active only in Ultra slim cubes.

Figure 52: Tiling Setup

7. Special Setup
The SPECIAL SETUP menu, allows to adjust the following options. The Special
Setup menu appears as shown in Figure 53.
Table 18: Special Setup menu options

POWER DELAY Set Power Delay Timer For Lamp On to the desired value. (Range:0 ~ 10)

Press button to increase the Power Delay Time.


Press button to decrease the Power Delay Time.

FRAME LOCK Set RGB Input Frame Lock Status to the desired value.

Press and button to switch ON and OFF as shown in Figure54.

RGB FIRST Set RGB Input First Auto Adjust to the desired value.
AUTO
Press and button to switch ON and OFF as shown in Figure54.

AGC Set Video Input AGC Function to the desired value.

Press and button to switch ON and OFF as shown in Figure54.


TEST PATTERN Press ENTER to enter the Internal Test Pattern mode.
Adjust Cutoff of R, G and B / Drive of R, G and B to the desired value as shown in
Figure 55.

Press button to increase Cutoff and Drive.


Press button to decrease Cutoff and Drive.

HSG SETUP Press ENTER to enter the HSG mode.


Adjust the Hue, Saturation and Gain of Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta
and White to the desired value as shown in Figure 56, Figure 57, Figure 58
Figure59, Figure 60 Figure 61 and Figure 62 respectively. (Range 0 ~ 200)

Press and button to set the HSG of the above mentioned colors.

NET SETUP Press ENTER to enter the NET SETUP mode


Set the HDCP mode, IP address and sub mask address as shown in Figure 64

FORCE TIMING Enter to set RGB Input Force Timing.


Display Force Timing as shown in Figure 63.
Force Timing: NO FORCE TIMING, FORCE TIMING VGA60, FORCE TIMING
480P, FORCE TIMING EDTV, FORCE TIMING SXGA 60, FORCE TIMING SXGA
+ and FORCE TIMING WSXGA +.

Press and button to select from Force Timing menu options.

DVI EQ Set EQ Setting for the length of DVI cables to be used to the desired value.
SETTING
DVI EQ SETTING: NORMAL and HIGH.
Normal for short cables.
High for long cables.

Press and button to switch between NORMAL and HIGH.

FAN CONTROL Adjust the temperature around the optical engine to the desired value.

Press and button to switch between AUTO and FULL ON as shown in


Figure 65.

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Figure 53: Special Setup

Figure 54: Special Setup Values 1


Figure 55: Test Pattern

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Figure 56: HSG Red

Figure 57: HSG Green


Figure 58: HSG Blue

Figure59: HSG Yellow

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Figure 60: HSG Cyan

Figure 61: HSG Magenta


Figure 62: HSG White

Figure 63: Force Timing

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Figure 64: NET Set up

Figure 65: Fan Control

8. System status
SYSTEM STATUS menu displays the following options. The System Status menu
appears as shown in Figure 66.
Table 19: System status menu options

SYSTEM INFO Displays the model number of optical engine, Projector ID, system Hours, Lamp
hours, SW version and Video BD version as shown in figure 67

SOURCE INFO Displays the main source, main resolution, PIP source, PIP resolution, PIP2
Source, PIP2 resolution. As shown in figure 68

LED DRIVER Displays the LED Driver Information as shown in figure 69


INFO

FAN DRIVER Displays the FAN Driver Information as shown in figure 70


INFO

TEMPERATURE Displays the temp information of DMD BD and LAMP BD. as shown in figure 71
INFO

NET INFO Displays the Network information as shown in figure 72

POWER INFO. Displays the Power Information as shown in figure 73

ERROR CODE Displays the Error Code information as shown in figure 74


INFO
Figure 66: System Status

Figure 67: System Info

Figure 68: Source Info

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Figure 69: LED Driver Info

Figure 70: FAN Driver Info

Figure 71: Temperature Info


Figure 72: NET Info

Figure 73: Power Info

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Figure 74: Error Code Info

The next chapter describes how to download the latest firmware


Chapter 5
Downloading Firmware
This chapter describes how to upgrade the Video Wall with the latest version of the
firmware. Firmware is the set software program which gives instructions to the Video
Wall System

Contact Delta Customer Support at vw.sales@deltadisplays.com to get the latest


version of the firmware.

For firmware upgrade, user need, USB cable (one side is normal USB connector
other side is mini-USB connector, PC with Window XP.

Perform the following steps to download the firmware on Control Board.

• Switch off the power of the Video wall system.


• Connect USB cable to “SERVICE USE” connector and PC as shown below in
figure 75
• Select SW DIP 123 to ON as shown in figure 76.
Figure 75: Control Box and PC

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Figure 76: SW DIP

• Select/Press “FlashUpgrader” as shown in Figure 77.


Figure 77: Window displayed after clicking on the Firmware icon

• Select “ connection” to USB 2.0 as shown in figure 78


• Press “Flash file” button to select “ pw980osmp_app.inf as shown in fig 79
• Press Flash button
• System Power on (LED show “DL” means waiting for download)as shown in
fig 80.
• Now download process begin as shown in Figure 81
• Download finished as shown in Figure 82.
Figure 78: FlashUpgrader window- Connection

Figure 79: Flash Upgrader window- Flash file

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Figure 80: Control Box- Indicator

Figure 81: FlashUpgrader window showing firmware downloading process


Figure 82: download finished

• Restart the system and select DIP SW 123 to OFF.

For firmware upgrade, user need, RS232 cable (or USB to RS232 cable), PC with
Window XP.

Perform the following steps to download the firmware on Video Board.

• Switch off the power of the Video wall system.


• Connect R232 cable to connector and PC as shown below in figure 83

Figure 83: Control Box- connection

• Select SW PW1 PW2 to PW2as shown in figure 84

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Figure 84: Switch
.

Select/Press “FlashUpgrader” as shown in Figure 85


. Figure 85: Flash Upgrader

Figure 86: Connection


Figure 87: Flash button

• Select “ connection” to “Serial” as shown in figure 86


• Press Flash button as shown in figure 87
• Now download process begin as shown in Figure 88
• Download finished as shown in Figure 89
• Re start the System, select SW PW1PW2 switch PW1 as shown in fig 90

Figure 88: Download

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Figure 89: Download finished

Figure 90: Switch

The next chapter describes the calibration settings for LED.


Chapter 6
Calibrating LED Sensor
This chapter explains the different ways of calibrating the LED sensors.

Installing the Software


Requirements for calibrating LED sensor:

• One personal computer or note book.


• Two standard RS 232 cables to connect.
• One CL 200.
• Internet only for first downloading and installing framework 2.0

The procedure to install the software to calibrate the LED sensor is as follows:

1. Connect one standard RS 232 cable with personal computer and Video wall
engine as shown in Figure 91.

2. Connect other standard RS 232 cable with personal computer and CL 200 as
shown in Figure 91
Figure 91: Connect Video wall engine, PC and CL 200 with RS 232 cables

1. Place CL 200 in front of the projection lens.

2. Ensure the distance between CL 200 and the projection lens is 15 cms.

3. Ensure CL 200 is set to multi mode.

4. On the PC screen double click the ‘Setup’ file to start the installation as shown
in Figure 92.

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Figure 92: Double click the setup file to start the installation

Note: The system confirms whether framework 2.0 is installed or not.

If framework 2.0 is not installed, the system automatically notifies to download


and install it.

5. Once framework 2.0 is installed, the system installs LED video wall control
tool.

Setting the values


Following is the procedure to set the values for calibration:

Once the LED Video wall control tool is installed set the communication port, baud
rate and ID number as shown in Figure93.
Figure 93: Setting the Port, Baud Rate and ID number
Opening the LED Calibration Window
Following is the procedure to open the LED Calibration Window:

1. On the Exit button, move the mouse in the red block, double click the left
mouse button and type the English word ‘TENG’ as shown in Figure 94.
Figure 94: Move the mouse on Exit button and double click the left mouse button

2. The tool displays Model Select menu on the screen.

3. Click LED Calibration option on the menu to open the LED Calibration window
as shown in Figure 95 and Figure.
Figure 95: Click on the LED Calibration option

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Figure 96: LED Calibration Window

Operating Manually
Following section explains the procedure to calibrate LED Sensor manually:

1. On the LED Calibration window click the White button to open the white
pattern options as shown in Figure 97.
Figure 97: Click the White button
2. Click the Set button to set the color channel DAC value of the engine as
shown in Figure 98
Figure 98: Click the Set button

3. Click Get button to display the color sensor values of R, G and B as shown in
Figure99 and Figure 100.
Figure99: Click the get button – Output 1

Figure 100: Click the get button - Output 2

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Note: If the R, G and B values are not in standard range of color sensor 2600
~2800, the color sensor values (Red-A, Green-B or Blue-C) are displayed with
red background color.

If the color sensor value (Red-A, Green-B or Blue-C) is out of range, adjust the
resistances of red, green and blue by the screwdriver as shown in Figure 101.
Figure 101: Adjust the resistances of R, G and B by the screwdriver

4. When these values are matched with the standard range, change the engine
pattern to Red by clicking the Red button as shown in Figure 102.
Figure 102: Click the Red button

5. After changing the pattern if the picture on the Video wall screen is stable, fill
the values of Ev, x and y from CL 200 in the corresponding form as shown in
Figure 103 and Figure 104.
Figure 103: Ev, x and y displayed in CL 200
Figure 104: Fill values of Ev, x and y for Red in the form

6. Similarly, fill the Ev, x and y values for Green and Blue in the form as shown
in Figure 105 and Figure 106
Figure 105: Fill values of Ev, x and y for Green in the form

Figure 106: Fill values of Ev, x and y for Blue in the form

7. Click the Save Value button as shown in Figure 107.


Figure 107: Click the Save value button

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8. Change the engine mode to normal by clicking Normal button as shown in
Figure.108
Figure108: Click the Normal button

Operating Automatically
Following the procedure to calibrate LED Sensor automatically:

1. Set up CL 200 connection port.

2. Click CL 200 Link to connect as shown in Figure 109

3. When the connection is made successfully, click Automation button to start


the calibration as shown in Figure 109
Figure 109: Click CL 200 Link and Automation buttons

4. After clicking Automation button, the white pattern window will open.

5. The standard color channel DAC values are typed in by the system.

6. On completion of the above steps the following message is displayed on the


window as shown in Figure 110 Figure 110. Automatic LED Calibrate …
Figure 110"Automatic LED Calibrate..." Message displayed in the window

7. The engine will display color sensor values after every 0.6 sec automatically
as shown in Figure 111.
Figure 111: Color sensor values displayed after every 0.6 sec

Note: If the R, G and B values are not in standard range of color sensor 2600
~2800, the color sensor values (Red-A, Green-B or Blue-C) are displayed with
red background color.

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If the color sensor value (Red-A, Green-B or Blue-C) is out of range, adjust the
resistances of red, green and blue by the screwdriver as shown in Figure 112.

If the color sensor value (Red-A, Green-B or Blue-C) is already adjusted within
the standard range, the system leaves the state after 10~15 sec as shown in
Figure 113
Figure 112: Red, Green and Blue resistances

Figure 113: Color sensor value adjusted within the standard range

8. The system changes the engine pattern to red pattern.

9. Then the system gets x, y and Ev values from CL 200 and fill them in the
corresponding form automatically as shown in Figure 114.
Figure 114: Red pattern and Ev, x and y values filled in the form

10. Similarly, the system enters the x, y and Ev of Green and Blue from CL 200
as shown Figure 115 and Figure 116.
Figure 115: Values of Ev, x and y of Green filled in the form

Figure 116: Values of Ev, x and y of Blue filled in the form

11. The system saves the data to engine and changes engine mode to normal.

12. On completion of the above steps the following message is displayed on the
window as shown in Figure 117. Automatic LED Calibration Pass!!

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Figure 117: Automatic LED Calibration Pass!! message displayed in the window

Operating Semi-automatically
Following the procedure to calibrate LED Sensor semi-automatically:

1. Set up CL 200 connection port.

2. Click CL 200 Link to connect as shown in Figure 118.

3. When the connection is made successfully, click Semi-Automation button to


start the calibration as shown in Figure 118.
Figure 118: Click CL 200 and Semi-Automation buttons
4. After clicking Semi-Automation button, the white pattern window will open.

5. The standard color channel DAC values are typed in by system.

6. On completion of the above steps the following message is displayed on the


window as shown in Figure 119. Automatic LED Calibrate …
Figure 119: Automatic LED Calibration message is displayed in the window

Note: The engine displays the color sensor values after every 0.6 sec
automatically as shown in Figure 120.

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Figure 120: Color Sensor values

Note: If the R, G and B values are not in standard range of color sensor 2600
~2800, the color sensor values (Red-A, Green-B or Blue-C) are displayed with
red background color.

If the color sensor value (Red-A, Green-B or Blue-C) is out of range, adjust the
resistances of red, green and blue by the screwdriver as shown in Figure 121:
Resistances of Red, Green and Blue Figure 121 and Figure 122.

If the color sensor value (Red-A, Green-B or Blue-C) is already adjusted within
the standard range, click on the Stop button to leave the state as shown in
Figure 123 and Figure 124.
Figure 121: Resistances of Red, Green and Blue
Figure 122: Color sensor values in the standard range

Figure 123: Click on the Stop button

Figure 124: R, G and B color sensor values within the standard range

7. Click on the Continue button to change the engine pattern to red pattern as
shown in Figure 125.

8. Once the system gets x, y and Ev values from CL 200,it enters them in the
corresponding form automatically as shown in Figure 126.

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Figure 125: Click the Continue button

Figure 126: Automatic entry of x, y and Ev values from CL 200 for Red

9. Similarly the system enters the x, y and Ev for Green and Blue as shown in
Figure 127 and Figure 128.
Figure 127: Automatic entry of x, y and Ev values from CL 200 for Green
Figure 128: Automatic entry of x, y and Ev values from CL 200 for Blue

10. The system saves the data to engine and changes engine mode to normal.

11. On completion of the above steps the following message is displayed on the
window as shown in Figure 129. Automatic LED Calibration Pass!!
Figure 129 Automatic LED Calibration Pass!! Message is displayed in the window

The next chapter describes the servicing and maintaining of the Video Wall system.

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Chapter 7
Servicing
and Maintaining
This chapter describes how to service and maintain various parts of the Video wall
Systems. Read the warning icons before cleaning the components of the Video Wall
System.

Cleaning the Screen


For slightly dusty screen:

• Use feather duster to clean the screen.


• Use light vacuum cleaning, with bristles that do not scratch the screen
surface.
• The front portion (Lenticular profile) of the screen can be cleaned with a
brush. Ensure that the brush is used in the direction of the grooves, vertically
as shown in Figure 130.
Figure 130: Lenticular profile of the screen

• The back portion of the screen should be cleaned using a brush in circular
motion as shown in Figure 131.
Figure 131: Fresnel profile of the screen

For considerably dusty screen:

• To remove stains of fingers from the screen, use an ordinary window cleaner
with ammonia as shown in Figure 132.
Figure 132: Window cleaner

• Do not use alcohol for cleaning the screen.


• Use a painting pad to clean the screen, instead of a brush. Painting pad is
shown in Figure 133.
Figure 133: Painting pad

• Apply cleaning agent to the painting pad and moisten it, use the pad in the
direction of the profile to clean the screen.
• The whole screen must be treated; otherwise a difference in the treated and
untreated area will be visible.
• On the front (Lenticular profile) of the screen, move the painting pad vertically
in the direction of the grooves.

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• On the back (Fresnel profile) of the screen, move the painting pad in circular
motion.

Wiping the screen dry:

• When the liquid has been distributed and worked well into the grooves, the
screen must be wiped dry.
• Use another painting pad to dry the screen.
• Use the same procedure for drying the screen as used for cleaning.
• If the painting pad is very wet, use water absorbent paper to dry the screen.
• Use a hair dryer to dry the screen, holding it at a considerable distance from
the screen. Keep the hair dryer to the lowest heat settings.

Precautions to be taken for cleaning the screen:

• Wear non-marking gloves while handling the screen, as perspiration and oil
from skin causes optical distortion during use.
• Handle the screen with care to avoid dropping them on their edges. Although
screen substrates are durable, the edges fracture and chip if dropped.
• Never slide screens on their edges or surface. The surface finish gets
scratched when debris particles come in close contact with the screen.
• Ensure the work surface is flat. Do not lay screens on uneven or dirty work
surface, as dirt particles damage the screen surface.
• Use foam slip sheets on the work surface, before laying the screen on the
surface.
• Do not use cleaning agents with solvents as they might damage the screen.
• For thinning the cleaning agent, use lime free water only.
• Do not rub the surface too hard or persistently to remove stains to avoid
deformation of the screen.

Cleaning Black Bead Non Glare


screen
Procedure for cleaning Black Bead Non Glare screen:

• Wash the screen with mild soap solution or detergent and lukewarm water.
• Use a lint-free cloth to clean the screen.
• Apply light pressure to clean the screen.
• Rinse the screen with clean water and dry by blotting damp lint-free cloth or
chamois.
• Always use a clean, lint-free cloth to clean the front of the screen.
• Use separate cloth to clean the front of the screen and beaded side. As the
beaded side may leave bead particles on the cloth which could scratch the
screen surface.
• Do not use commercial cleaning sprays available for cleaning window’s, to
clean the screen.
• Do not use kitchen scouring compounds to clean the screen.
• Do not use solvents such as acetone, gasoline, benzene, alcohol, carbon
tetrachloride or lacquer thinner.

Cleaning and Replacing the Sponge


Procedure for cleaning and replacing the sponge:

• Unscrew the fan and remove it from the cabinet.


• Unscrew the base on which the fan is mounted and remove it from the
cabinet.
• Unscrew the sheetmetal which has the sponge.
• Remove the sponge from the sheetmetal.
• If the sponge has become old then replace it with a new one else wash the
sponge with water to remove the dust.
• Place the sponge in the sheetmetal when completely dry.
• Screw the sheetmetal to the cabinet.
• Screw the fan base to the cabinet.
• Screw the fan to the cabinet.

The above points are essential for servicing the Video Wall System.

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Appendix
Delta’s Video Wall Technology
Following is the technology behind the Delta HD LED Video Wall Systems:

Projection Technology
Figure 134: Chip DLP projection

The digital micromirror device, or DMD, used in our system is an optical


semiconductor that is the core of DLP projection technology, and was invented by
Texas Instruments (TI).

When a DLP® chip is coordinated with a digital Video or graphic signal, a light
source, and a projection lens, its mirrors reflect a digital image onto a screen or other
surface. The DLP® chip and the sophisticated electronics that surround it are what
we call DLP® technology. A DLP® chip’s micromirrors are mounted on tiny hinges
that enable them to tilt either toward the light source in a DLP® projection system
(ON) or away from it (OFF)-creating a light or dark pixel on the projection surface.
White light passes through a color filter, causing red, green, blue and even additional
primary colors such as yellow cyan, magenta and more are shown in sequence on
the surface of the DLP® chip. The switching of the mirrors and the proportion of time
they are ‘on’ or ‘off’ is coordinated according to the color shining on them. Then the
sequential colors blend to create a full-color image you see on the screen.

Mirror Technology
Mirrors used in our Video wall systems are of high quality projection purposes and
are 1st grade optical mirrors with absolute flatness and a high reflection.
Figure 135: Mirror Technology

Rear projection applications usually require the built-in depth to be minimized. This
can be done using optical mirrors to fold the light path. Optical mirrors are always
first surface mirrors, i.e. mirrors without glass in front of the reflective layer, in
comparison with standard “bathroom” mirrors. Standard mirrors cannot be used
because the glass will create reflections and ghost images. Optical mirrors are
available in two different types: glass, or as a film or foil stretched over a metal
frame. The glass based mirrors are available in special coated versions for improved
reflection and with cleanable surfaces. The film versions do not offer a cleanable
surface and are very sensitive to scratches. Big glass mirrors are heavy and difficult
to handle and if angled forward (as is usual) they will deflect due to their mass, which
means image distortion. Due to the much lower mass of the foil based mirrors, these
do not suffer from deflection, but in general glass based mirrors have better
performance. Reflection from high quality optical mirrors is typically around 94%; the
perceivable light loss due to mirrors in the light path is negligible.

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Display Screen Technology
An optical projection screen used in Delta HD LED Video wall system, is not a
traditional screen. It is an advanced optical lens system, which enables you to
control the projected image for maximum impact – even in brightly-lit environments.
Screens enhance the image for optimum viewing by focusing and concentrating the
projected light. In fact, optical screens use light so effectively that they allow you to
project large images in brightly lit rooms - and even outdoors.

The technique used with these large optical screens is “rear projection”. This means
that the projector is placed behind the screen, shooting straight towards the
audience. The optical screen controls the light path and distributes bright, sharp
images into a predefined viewing zone.

The Technology behind the Video walls


Index
B
P
Black Bead NG screen, 126
Picture Setting, 78
projection engine, 3
C projection screen, 2
Cabinet, 2
Control Box, 8 R
cube, 2, 8
reflective mirror, 7
D
S
DMD, 128
Screen, 2, 3, 124
Special Setup, 97
I HD LED Engine, 77
Image Setting, 82 System status, 104
Input Setup, 84
T
L Tiling Setup, 96
LED sensor, 108
LED statuses, 8, 9 V
Video wall, 6
M Video Wall, 1
Mirrors, 129

O
Optical mirrors, 129
Option Setup, 94

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