Do Not Hack
Owner: Pawprint Prototyping
Do you like pixels?!
If you plug the cables coming out of the TV into a compatible connector, you might get pixels. If you get pixels for four or more hours, call your doctor.
It's a PS-4200.
User guide: https://www.planar.com/media/63178/020-1128-00_revc_manual_ps_series.pdf
RS-232 manual: https://www.planar.com/media/239622/020-1156-00-revb-ps-series-rs-232-manual.pdf
The TV's ID is #1, or
0x30 0x31 on the wire.
Safety and Certification
None. You may find it useful to have your eyeballs calibrated by a certified eyeball calibration technician before using this tool. The technician will not be able to calibrate your brain to interpret the pixels correctly, but may recommend third-party equipment to assist with perceiving the pixels correctly.
Warning, the pixels may display text which may or may not contain true statements.
Plug in the power cord if it is not already plugged in. To avoid a tripping hazard, the extension cord on the floor may be unplugged and coiled up.
Turn on the power switch on the rear of the TV.
Use the remote control to power on the TV.
Use a soft cloth to dust.