Select this device to control Panasonic video projectors and many other projector brands that support the PJLink protocol.
|Enable||ON||Toggle to enable/disable the device.|
|Run at startup||ON||Toggle to enable the device when Kinetic Designer is launched.|
|IP||[empty]||Set the IP address of your device. Your device and Kinetic Designer should be on the same subnet.|
|Port||4352||TCP/IP port used by the device.|
|Authentification||OFF||Toggle to enable authentification. Most of the time it is necessary to activate authentification. You should match this property to the PJLink settings of your projector.|
|Password||[empty]||If authentification is enabled, you must enter the proper PJLink password for your device. If you do not know the password, check the user manual of your video projector and look for the PJLink default password.|
|Enable device||Enable the device|
|Disable device||Disable the device|
|Power On||Send PJLink power on command|
|Power Off||Send PJLink power off command|
|Picture Mute On||Send PJLink picture mute on command|
|Picture Mute Off||Send PJLink picture mute off command|
|Input RGB||Select input RGB source number|
|Input Video||Select input video source number|
|Input Digital||Select input digital source number|
|Input Storage||Select input storage source number|
|Input Network||Select input network source number|
|Shutter On||Send PJLink shutter on command|
|Shutter Off||Send PJLink shutter off command|
This device has no actions that can trigger a Task.
This device cannot be used as a Digimap trigger.
This device has no properties that can be read or written from a Graph.
When drag & dropped into a UI Panel the following commands are available:
Check Panasonic’s website for more information on their video projectors.
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