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MV-5 - Kramer Protocol 3000
For example:
~01@Y 0,212,1
Get Command syntax
Y Control_Type=1, Function
For example:
#Y 1,200
Device response:
~id=01Y Control_Type=1, Function, Param
For example:
~01@Y 1,200,3
The following table lists the MV-5 “Y commands”. If a parameter in the table is
given as multidimensional vector (for example, IN_FRMT[4] - has the dimension =
4), this signifies that there are four different parameters each of which reflect a
state of the same feature for different inputs or different windows. In order to
address the required input or window, one more parameter must be added to the
“Y command”- the fourth for “Set Command” and third for “Get Command”. For
example “#Y 0,103,25,2” signifies “Set Command, function = 103 (Pixel Latch
Phase = PX_PHS[2]), Value = 25, only for Analog HD INPUT # 3 (as here
additional parameter A = 2, this corresponds to INPUT # = A + 1). Another
example: “#Y 0,303,-50,0” - signifies “Set Command, function = 303 (Window H
size = HSZ_H[0]), Value = -50, only for WINDOW # 1 (as here additional
parameter A = 0, this corresponds to WINDOW # = A + 1). The Notes column
indicates whether the additional parameter is related to a window or to an input.
Description
Function #
Parameter
Value
Notes
Analog HD Input
format
100
0
RGBHV (additional parameter
defines HD input
1
RGBS
2
RGsB
3
YUV (bi-sync or tri-sync auto
definition)
Horizontal start
pixel
101
[-
100:+1
00]
Additional parameter defines
analog HD input
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