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Hello, 

 

I am normally able to pull up a show that used commands through pjlink and take the commands from there and apply them to the New show. However, I am now using projectors I can't find previous shows for to copy the commands from. Are there differences in the commands for different projectors? or is it universal for all? I know the projectors use pjlink class 1, and I believe that's what the commands I use for the other projectors is. Here's the info.

 

I'm currently using Epson Powerlite Pro Z8255NL. Example of power commands I'm using are %1POWR 1$0D for on, and the same with 0$0D for off. Shutter commands are %1AVMT 30$0D and 31$0D. These commands work flawlessly with the Epsons.

 

The New projectors I'll be using are Sanyo PLC-XM150L. Will those same commands work? If not, how do I modify them to work and where do I find the info to do so? Any information would be super helpful. Thanks so much.

 

-Chris Lyons

Projections Engineer

Drury Lane Theatre

Oakbrook Terrace, IL 

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Hello, 

 

I am normally able to pull up a show that used commands through pjlink and take the commands from there and apply them to the New show. However, I am now using projectors I can't find previous shows for to copy the commands from. Are there differences in the commands for different projectors? or is it universal for all? I know the projectors use pjlink class 1, and I believe that's what the commands I use for the other projectors is. Here's the info.

 

I'm currently using Epson Powerlite Pro Z8255NL. Example of power commands I'm using are %1POWR 1$0D for on, and the same with 0$0D for off. Shutter commands are %1AVMT 30$0D and 31$0D. These commands work flawlessly with the Epsons.

 

The New projectors I'll be using are Sanyo PLC-XM150L. Will those same commands work? If not, how do I modify them to work and where do I find the info to do so? Any information would be super helpful. Thanks so much.

 

-Chris Lyons

Projections Engineer

Drury Lane Theatre

Oakbrook Terrace, IL 

Hi Chris!

 

From my knowledge, as well as what I have read from the PJlink pages you should be safe. The Sanyo projectors you have are listed on the JBMIA site:

 

http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/list_2009.html

 

Assuming the Sanyo projector have a shutter and all the same features it SHOULD work. But I cannot guarantee it. 

 

Best regards,

David / Dataton

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