AV Command

SUMMARY

  • The goal of this document is to explain how to activate AV Command on your device and how to use it
  • The supported AV Command profiles are
    • Ethernet
    • Serial
    • DDC/CI
  • Each AV Command profile supports several AV Command monitor protocols (Ethernet/Serial)
    • Standard (embedded by default)
      • eiki_xb42
      • extron_m1
      • hitachi_m1
      • kramer_m1
      • lge_m1
      • mitsubishi_xl6x00
      • nec_m1
      • nec_np3150
      • nec_x461s
      • nudam_m2
      • optoma_m1
      • philips_m1
      • philips_m2
      • sanyo_m1
      • sharp_m1
      • sony_m1
      • panasonic_m1
      • panasonic_m2
      • samsung_m1
      • sanyo_m1
      • toshiba_m1
      • toshiba_tdpt420
    • Custom (up to customer to implement)
  • Each TV device protocol support several TV commands
    • Standard
      • Standby
      • Power mode
      • Brightness
      • Backlight
      • Video input
      • Mute
      • Volume
    • Custom (call specific command) or setVcpCode, getVcpCode (for DDC only)

2019-02-07 (last update)

INFORMATION


DOCUMENTATION

Description Version
AVcmd application note 001G_en Download
AVcmd HTML test file serial & ethernet 1.10.11 Download