Canon LV-7297A User`s manual

User’s Manual
Network Set-up and Operation
Wired Setting
Projector Set-up and Operation
This is the manual for the Network function.
Read this manual thoroughly to operate the Network function.
First, read the user's manual of the projector to understand the basic
operation of the projector and the safety instructions.
The safety instructions in the user's manuals should be followed strictly.
for LV-7292A/7297A/7392A/8227A
Compliance
Federal Communications Commission Notice
Model: LV-7292A, LV-7297A, LV-7392A, LV-8227A
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) t his device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits in Subpart B of Part of FCC
Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in
the instructions. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to
stop operation of the equipment.
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042-1198, U.S.A.
Tel No. (516)328-5600
Canadian Radio Interference Regulations
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
CAUTION IN USING THE PROJECTOR VIA NETWORKS
●When you find a problem with the projector, remove the power cable immediately and
inspect the unit. Using the projector with failure may cause fire or other accidents.
● If you remotely use the projector via networks, carry out a safety check regularly and
take particular care to its environment. Incorrect installation may cause fire or other
accidents.
CAUTION IN USING NETWORK FUNCTION
●We assume no responsibility for the loss or damage of data, or damage of the computer
caused by using this projector. Making back-up copies of valuable data in your
computer is recommended.
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Safety instructions
Please read and understand all instructions thoroughly before using.
About safety symbols
The following symbols are used in this manual to alert you to important safety information.
Always observe the instructions to reduce the risk of injury and property damage.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
cause death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
cause minor or moderate injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may cause electric shock.
Indicate actions that you are not allowed to perform. The figure shown in the
circle with a diagonal line through it denotes the specific prohibited action.
Indicates other prohibited actions.
Indicates an action that you must perform. The figure shown in the filled black
circle denotes the specific prohibited action.
Safety information
WARNING
A
lways mount and operate the product in accordance with the safety instructions specified
by the projector and peripheral equipment makers.
●D
o not attempt to disassemble or service the product yourself. Doing so may
result in a fire, an electric shock, or product damage.
● If the projector emits a strange odor, or makes a strange noise, immediately
turn the power and peripheral equipment off, unplug these devices, and
contact your dealer.
●D
o not drop the projector or subject it to strong shocks. Doing so may result
in damage to the internal parts, an electric shock, a fire, or product damage.
CAUTION
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● T he disk which comes with the product is a CD-ROM. As CD-ROM cannot be
played back on an audio CD player, never play back on it. Paying back the disc
will generate loud noise, resulting in damage to your hearing or the speakers.
●D
o not touch the projector with wet hands when the power cord plugs of
the projector or peripheral equipment inserted into the electrical outlet.
Otherwise, an electric shock may result.
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Table of contents
Compliance.....................................................................................................................................................................................2
Safety instructions......................................................................................................................................................................3
Table of contents.........................................................................................................................................................................4
Chapter 1 Preparation.................................................................................................5
Features...................................................................................................................................................................................6
Required operating environment for computers.........................................................................................7
Network specifications of the projector.............................................................................................................7
Flow of installation............................................................................................................................................................9
Chapter 2 Setup Procedures.................................................................................. 11
Connecting to the LAN line..................................................................................................................................... 12
Network configuration................................................................................................................................................ 12
Network PIN code.......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Network information.................................................................................................................................................... 14
Network factory default............................................................................................................................................. 15
Wired LAN factory default settings..................................................................................................................... 16
Chapter 3 Basic Setting and Operation.............................................................. 17
Login the setting page of the projector.......................................................................................................... 18
[1] Enter the IP address....................................................................................................................................... 18
[2] Login...................................................................................................................................................................... 18
[3] Display of main setting page.................................................................................................................. 19
How to use the setting page..................................................................................................................................20
Initial setting......................................................................................................................................................................22
Network PIN code setting...............................................................................................................................23
PJLink and Password setting..........................................................................................................................23
Network configuration................................................................................................................................................ 24
E-mail setting....................................................................................................................................................................25
Examples: Type and contents of alert mail...........................................................................................28
SNMP setting.....................................................................................................................................................................29
Chapter 4 Controlling the Projector.................................................................... 31
Power control and status check............................................................................................................................32
PC Adj.....................................................................................................................................................................................34
Control...................................................................................................................................................................................35
Input..............................................................................................................................................................................35
System..........................................................................................................................................................................36
Sound . ........................................................................................................................................................................37
Image adj....................................................................................................................................................................37
Setting up the projector............................................................................................................................................38
Aspect setting .......................................................................................................................................................38
Setting 1......................................................................................................................................................................39
Setting 2......................................................................................................................................................................40
Setting 3......................................................................................................................................................................40
Information......................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Chapter 5 Appendix ................................................................................................. 43
Examples of connection............................................................................................................................................44
Use of telnet.......................................................................................................................................................................46
Web browser setting....................................................................................................................................................48
Examples: OS/Browsers..............................................................................................................................................49
Q&A.........................................................................................................................................................................................53
Menu Tree............................................................................................................................................................................58
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Chapter 1
Preparation
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Describes features and operating environment of this projector.
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Chapter 1 Preparation
Features
Web Management function (+p.31-42)
With this func tion, you can
monitor projector functions
such as power status, lamp
s t at us , inp u t m o d e, si gna l
condition, lamp-use time, etc.
through the network by using
the web browser installed on
your computer.
PC1
PC2
PC3
PC4
PJ2
PJ1
PC6
PC5
Turn ON PJ2
E-Mail Alert function (+p.25)
The projector sends messages
to the registered e-mail
addresses when a lamp
abnormality or power failure
occurs with the projector. This
message describes how to solve
the cause of the problems. You
can take ef ficient action for
quick recovery.
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PC1
PC2
PC3
PC4
PJ2
PJ1
PC6
PC5
You’ve got
Mail.
Features
Required operating environment for computers
When operating the projector via networks, computers should meet the operating environment below.
Operating System
Windows XP (32bit version),
Windows Vista (32bit version), Windows 7 (32bit version)
Mac OS X v 10.4 , 10.5 or 10.6
Computer environment
Recommended CPU
Windows: Pentium III 900MHz or more
Macintosh : 800 MHz PowerPC G4 or faster,or 1.8 GHz Intel Core
Processor or faster
Memory
Windows : 64MB (Minimum)/ 128MB or more (Recommended)
128MB or more for Windows XP
1GB or more for Windows Vista or Windows 7
Macintosh : 256MB or more (512MB is recommended)
Free disk space
100MB or more
Drive equipment
CD-ROM drive
Display settings
S upport one of following resolutions;
VGA (640 x 480), SVGA(800 x 600), XGA(1,024 x 768) Number of colors: Either of 16 bit (65,536 color 24/32 bit (16.77 million colors))
Network card
The computer must provide a 10Base-T or 100Base-TX network
card.
Web Browser*
Internet Explorer version 6.0, 7.0 or 8.0
Safari 4 or 5
* Used to control and set up the projector. The layout of pages in
the browser may slightly differ from each type of application or
operating system you use.
Recommended Internet
Mailer*
- Microsoft Outlook
- Microsoft Outlook Express
* Required the internet e-mail application software to receive an
e-mail alert sent from this projector. If you do not use the function E-mail Alert, this application is not required.
Network specifications of the projector
Data communication standards
10/100/1000Base-T compatible
Physical layer
10Base-T
Protocol
TCP/IP
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LAN Terminal
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Chapter 1 Preparation
Cabling Between the Projector and a Hub or computer*1
Use an appropriate cable when connecting the projector and a hub or computer.
Connection
Ethernet cable type
Max. cable length
Projector - Hub
STP straight-through category 5 * cable
100m (328feet)
Projector - Computer
STP crossover category 5*2 cable
100m (328feet)
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*1 There
may be other limitations depending on your network environment or LAN specification.
Please consult your network administrator for further details.
*2 Cable category indicates cable quality.
Notice
Expression/Abbreviation
The OS of the computer and the Web browser described in this manual are Windows XP
Professional and Internet Explorer 6.0. In case of another OS or Web browser, some instruction procedures may differ from the actual operation depending on your computer environment.
Use of this manual
This manual does not provide the detailed description of basic operation and functions
for computer, web browser, projector and network. For instructions about each piece of
equipment or application software, please refer to the respective manual.
Trademarks
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows
NT, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and other countries. Internet Explorer is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. JavaScript is a registered trademark of Sun
Microsystems, Inc.
Mac, Mac OS and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. in the USA and other
countries. PowerPC is a registered trademark of IBM Corporation. Intel Core is a registered
trademark of Intel Corporation in the USA and other countries.
Other product or brand names in this manual are registered trademarks or trademarks of
their respective owners.
* Unauthorized use of a part or whole of the contents in this manual is prohibited.
* The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
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Flow of installation
Flow of installation
To use the projector via the networks, follow the setup procedures below.
STEP 1
Connect the LAN and set the configuration.
Decide depending on the LAN environment.
➔ “2. Setup Procedures” (pp.11–16).
Detailed LAN configurations need to be done with a browser later.
First, complete the Wired LAN connection between computers and projectors, then start browser configurations.
STEP 2
➔ “3. Basic setting and operation” (pp.17–30).
Network Configuration has completed.
Follow each chapter to operate the projector.
■ Operate and manage the projector ➔ “4. Controlling the projector” (pp.31-42)
➔ “Power Control and status check” (p.32-33)
➔ “PC Adj.” (p.34)
➔ “Control” (p.35-37)
➔ “Setting up the projector” (p.38-40)
➔ “Projector information” (p.41)
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Chapter 1 Preparation
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Chapter 2
Setup Procedures
2
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Describes how to configure the network.
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Chapter 2 Setup Procedures
Setting procedures and contents differ depending on the LAN installation location.
When installing, consult your system administrator to set up the LAN appropriately.
Connecting to the LAN line
Connect the LAN cable to the LAN connection terminal of the projector.
LAN Connection
Terminal
ACT Lamp (Orange)
Blink orange when the
projector is sending or
receiving the data.
LINK Lamp (Green)
Light green when the
projector is connected to
the network correctly.
LAN Cable
* Please use a shielded LAN cable.
Network configuration
Set the Wired LAN network through the projector menu. Detailed network settings will be
made with browser. Refer to “3. Basic setting and operation” (pp.17-30). First, complete the
settings described in this chapter before performing steps in “3. Basic setting and operation.”
Setting Procedure
1. Select “LAN mode select” in the Network menu, and press Point ► or OK button.
2. Select similar LAN environment among LAN1, LAN2 and LAN3 with the Point ▲▼
buttons, and press OK button. Then the Menu will disappear, the “Please wait...”
message will appear, and switching operation will start. Switching will take a while and
the projector’s LINK/ACT Lamp will be on or blink, and after completing the operation,
the “Please wait...” message will disappear.
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Network configuration
3. Select "Network setting" in the Network menu and press OK button, and then the LAN
setting screen will appear and selected LAN settings will be displayed. Adjust each
item to the setting environment. Consult your system administrator about the detailed
settings.
Press OK button in a row where you want to adjust, and adjust the figures with the Point
▲▼ buttons and move among the items with the Point ◄► buttons, and then press
OK button to fix. Move to the next row with the Point ▲▼ buttons to adjust.
4. After completing all the settings, select “Set” and press OK button. Now, all procedures
have been done. To cancel the adjusted settings, select "Cancel" and press OK button.
You can confirm the LAN settings you have made from “Network information” (p.14). In
such cases that the LAN cannot be connected, see this screen.
Network setting
DHCP: On
DHCP: Off
* The numerical value is a setting example.
Description
DHCP.....................Sets DHCP function On or Off. When you setup the network setting manually, select
"Off". When it is set On, IP address, Subnet, Gateway and DNS are automatically set
according to your network environment *1.
IP address..............Sets IP address of the projector
Subnet.....................Sets Subnet mask according to your network environment.
Gateway*2.............Sets IP address of the default gateway (Router)
DNS*3........................Sets IP address of the DNS server.
*1 Set "On" only when the DHCP server is available on your network environment.
*2 Set [255.255.255.255] if the network does not provide the gateway (router).
*3 Set [255.255.255.255] if you do not use the function E-mail alert.
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Item
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Chapter 2 Setup Procedures
Network PIN code
The Network PIN code is to restrict the access to the projector through the network.
After setting the Network PIN code, you need to enter it to operate the projector via the
networks.
1. Select "Network PIN code" in the Network menu, and press OK button.
The Network PIN code screen will appear.
2. Set the Network PIN code.
Set the figures with the Point ▲▼ buttons and move to the next items with the Point
◄► buttons. Select “Set” and press OK button to set. To cancel the preset Network PIN
code, select “Cancel”. When you do not want to set the Network PIN code, set "0000".
It is recommended to set the Network PIN code if you use the projector via the networks.
The Network PIN code can be set also through the networks. See “3. Basic setting and
operation” ➔ “Initial setting” ➔ “Network PIN code setting” (p.23).
Network PIN code
Network PIN code screen
Network information
Select "Network information" in the Network menu and press Point ► or OK button to
show LAN setting environment of the currently selected projector. (The description below
is an example and different from what will be shown.)
Network Information
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Network factory default
Network factory default
1. Select “Network factory default” in the Network menu and press OK button.
2. A confirmation box appears and select "Yes" and then press OK button.
3. Another confirmation box appears and select "Yes" and then press OK button.
4. All the wired LAN settings will go back to the factory default settings. For details, refer to
“Wired LAN factory default settings” (p.16).
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Chapter 2 Setup Procedures
Wired LAN factory default settings
SELECTED LAN
Parameter
LAN 1
LAN 2
LAN 3
DHCP
OFF
ON
OFF
IP ADDRESS
169.254.100.100
192.168.100.100
192.168.100.100
SUBNET MASK
255.255.0.0
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
GATEWAY ADDRESS
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
DNS ADDRESS
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
[Note]
Because DHCP is ON at "LAN 2", the values of IP ADDRESS, SUBNET, GATEWAY ADDRESS, DNS
will be changed through DHCP. The above values of "LAN2" are displayed when the projector
is not connected to the network or DHCP is not available.
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Chapter 3
Basic Setting and Operation
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ENGLISH
Describes basic operations and settings for controlling the projector by using the web browser. It is required that computer and
projector is connected to the network and the network address is
properly configured.
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Chapter 3 Basic Setting and Operation
Login the setting page of the projector
[1] Enter the IP address
Launch the web browser installed in your
computer, enter the IP address into the
"Address" on the browser and then press
"Enter" key.
Enter the address that you configured in
item "Network configuration" (☞ p.12).
[2] Login
* The numerical value is a setting example.
If the setting page has set the password, the authentication window will appear. In this
case type "user" onto the User name text area and the login Network PIN code onto the
Password text area and then click OK (Log in) button.
* The entering User Name must be "user" and it can not be changed.
[Note]
When accessing the projector for the first time or the Network PIN code "0000" is set, the autologin will be performed and the next main setting page is displayed.
Windows
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Mac
Login the setting page of the projector
[3] Display of main setting page
The following main setting page will be displayed according to your display mode
selection. Perform various kinds of settings through this page. Click on the menus to display the control and setting pages.
Main setting page in the display
Sub menu tab
Switches the sub
menu tab.
Setting page
Displays the control and
setting items according to
the selected menu.
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Main menu
For selection of control and
setting items of the projector.
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Chapter 3 Basic Setting and Operation
How to use the setting page
To control and set up the projector, use the setting menus on the web browser. Describes the
basic operation and procedures commonly used on this manual.
Example of the setting page
The setting menu appears when
clicking the sub menu tab.
* Each item has a valid setting range
respectively.
Types of setting
Text box setting
Enter a number or text and then click
Set button.
or
Change a value with – or + button.
Pull-down menu setting
Select an item with pull-down menu
button and then click Set button.
✐ The value in the text box indicates current value.
✐ Each item has a valid setting range. The setting value exceeding this becomes invalid. Some
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control items can not be used depending on the selecting input mode or functions of the
projector you use. In this case, the values of those items are indicated with "---".
How to use the setting page
Radio button setting
Select an item by selecting a radio
button.
Check box setting
Select items by ticking on check
boxes.
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Chapter 3 Basic Setting and Operation
Initial setting
After installing the projector, perform the following basic initial setting.
Click Initial setting on the main menu to display the initial setting page.
* The serial number in the figure is used for an example.
Item
Description
Language...............Switches display language on the setting page. (Japanese, English)
Model name........Indicates the model name of the projector
SERIAL NO. . .........Indicates the serial number of the projector
Network PIN code.......Sets the Network PIN code to login the setting page (+p.23)
PJLink........................Switches PJLink password authentication. (ON, OFF) (+p.23)
Password................Password for PJLink function (+p.23)
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Initial setting
Network PIN code setting
This is to set the Network PIN code to restrict
the access from an unauthorized person
through the network.
Enter a 4-digit number as the Network PIN
code onto the text box and click Set button.
The projector begins restarting and it takes
about 10 seconds. Close (Quit) the web
browser and access to the login page again in 10 seconds. This is to perform the login
authentication firmly.
The default Network PIN code [0000] means no Network PIN code is set.
✐ When you connect the projector to the network, it is recommended to set a new Network PIN
code. Only a four-digit number is valid for the Network PIN code.
PJLink and Password setting
This is to set the PJLink password authentication on or off. If set "ON" with the PJLink pulldown menu, the password must be required.
Enter a password* onto the text box and
click Set button.
✐ 1 to 32 alphanumeric characters can be used for the password.
What's PJLink?
The projectors equipped with PJLink function can be used together on the same network,
regardless of model or brand, for centralized control and monitoring. This standard was
established by the Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association
(JBMIA). Please visit the Website at http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/.
PJLink Notice
Projector Input
COMPUTER
HDMI
VIDEO
ANALOG PC
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
SCART
HDMI
VIDEO
PJLink Input
RGB 1
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
RGB 2
DIGITAL 1
VIDEO 1
Parameter
11
23
22
12
31
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The projector is compliant with PJLink Standard Class 1 of JBMIA, and it supports all commands defined by PJLink Class 1 and is verified conformance with PJLink Standard Class 1.
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Chapter 3 Basic Setting and Operation
Network configuration
Click Network on the main menu. The following setting page is displayed.
The IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, DNS (Domain Name Server)
and projector name are set up on this menu.
The IP address and Subnet Mask have been configured already in chapter "Installation".
If you want to change them or configure default gateway or DNS, perform them in this
page. If you change them, the projector begins restarting and it takes about 10 seconds.
Close (Quit) the web browser and access to the login page again in 10 seconds.
Item
Description
LAN mode.............Displays the selected LAN mode
DHCP..........................Sets DHCP configuration (ON/OFF).
IP address..............Sets IP address of the projector
Subnet mask........Sets Subnet mask according to your network environment.
Default gateway*1......Sets IP address of the default gateway (Router)
DNS*2........................Sets IP address of the DNS server. Must be set when using the e-mail function
Projector name*3. Sets name of the projector. (64 characters maximum)
✐ You must use the number specified by your administrator. The address must be entered as a
group with four numbers split by a dot like [192.168.001.101].
*1 Set [255.255.255.255] if the network does not provide the gateway (router).
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*2 Set [255.255.255.255] if you do not use the function E-Mail alert.
*3 If you use the DNS server, register the host name registered to the DNS server as a projector
name. You can access with this projector name from any computers in your network. If you do not
use the DNS server, access with the assigned IP address to the projector.
* The selected LAN mode will reset to the default when setting [0.0.0.0] of the IP Address.
* If you make incorrect settings, you cannot find out the new network settings. Be careful to set up
them correctly, otherwise you cannot connect to the projector. It is recommended to make a note
of them.
E-mail setting
E-mail setting
T his projector has an E-mail function which can send an alert message
to users or an administrator if it detects an abnormality on the projector
or run out of the life span of the lamp. Click E-mail Setting on the main
menu and follow the below steps.
Item
Description
E-mail setting
Auth .............................................Sets authentication setting option. (Off, SMTP Auth, POP before SMTP)
SMTP Auth ..............................Sets user authentication setting option when selecting "SMTP Auth" in above
column. (CRAM-MD5, LOGIN, PLAIN)
User ID .......................................Enter SMTP user ID. (up to 63 characters)
Password ..................................Enter SMTP password. (up to 63 characters)
POP server................................Enter server name or IP address of the POP server. (up to 60 characters)
POP server port ...................Enter Port number of the POP server. (from 1 to 65535)
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SMTP server............................Enter server name or IP address of the SMTP server. (up to 60 characters)
SMTP server port ................Enter Port number of the SMTP server. (from 1 to 65535)
Administrator address.....Enter e-mail address of administrator.
Add address............................Enter e-mail address of the user to send mail when the projector has an
abnormality.
SMTP Authentication setting
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Chapter 3 Basic Setting and Operation
1 Setting SMTP server and administrator address
Enter the server name or IP address of the
SMTP server*1, the port number of the
SMTP server and administrator address and
click Set button. The administrator address
is set to "Reply-To" address of the message
sent from the projector.
*1 The SMTP server is a server for sending e-mail. Please contact your network administrator to
have this SMTP server address.
2 R egistering and deleting E-mail addresses
Enter the e-mail address onto "Add e-mail
address" and click Set button.
To check the registered addresses, click
Check/Delete sub menu tab. The addresses are listed as the figure on the right.
✐ Up to 10 E-mail addresses can be registered.
Check / Delete
To delete the registered addresses, check the
address you want to delete and click Delete
button.
3 S etting SMTP authentication
Set the SMTP authentication concerned
and click Set button. Please contact your
network administrator in details.
✐ If the projector sends an alert message due to the abnormality on the projector but the SMTP
server is down in some other reason, the message will not be sent. In this case, the message
"Unable to connect to server." will be displayed on the setting page. To clear this message, set up
each item again.
✐ T o use the E-Mail function, it must be set the DNS address on the Network setting page correctly.
✐ You cannot use this E-mail function if the DNS server and SMTP server cannot be used in your
network environment.
✐ The projector does not send message to the address set in "Administrator address" text box. If
you want to send e-mails to the administrator address, enter the administrator address into "Add
address" text box.
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E-mail setting
4 S etting POP server
When "POP before SMTP" is selected at
"Auth" of "SMTP Authentication setting",
enter "POP server*2" and "POP server port"
and click Set button.
*2 T he POP server is a server for receiving e-mail.
Please contact your network administrator to have this POP server address.
If the authentication is not completed
when sending alert e-mail, the error message will be displayed. Please check the
respective settings.
5O
ption selection for sending alert mail
Error information
Option
Click Option sub menu tab. Check the condition items under which alert mail will be
sent and click Set button.
✐ "When PJ lamp is off" signifies the lamp goes out without user operation. "When PJ is turned into
Standby in proper user operation" signifies that the projector is turned on by using the web browser
and then it is turned into standby with ON/STANDBY button on the top control or the remote control.
✐ Up to 99,999 hours can be set for use time.
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lease refer to item "Examples :Type and
P
contents of alert mail" described on the next
page.
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Chapter 3 Basic Setting and Operation
Examples: Type and contents of alert mail
When the projector has an abnormality, the following alert messages are sent to the registered E-mail address according to your selected condition. Administrator or user can take
an efficient action quickly by receiving this message. This is very useful to maintain and
service the projector.
The following are examples of received messages.
● When internal PJ temperature is too high:
TITLE: Message from projector
Projector Model Name: model name
TCP/IP: 192.168.1.201 Projector Name: Proj05
It sends you following message.
*The Projector lamp is turned off, because internal temperature goes over the safety limit.
Wait for the completion of the cooling process and make sure the projector has been
turned into Standby. Then turn the projector on again.
If the Indicator continues flashing, check the air filter for dust accumulation.
● When PJ needs service:
TITLE: Message from projector
Projector Model Name: model name
TCP/IP: 192.168.1.201 Projector Name: Proj05
It sends you following message.
*Maintenance requirement from Projector is detected.
Check up LED status of projector and consult with the dealer.
MCI
MAIN
3.3V
ALL
OK
NG
Error information
✐ The projector lamp was turned off, because the projector power circuit failed.
Unplug the AC power cord and plug it, and then turn on the projector once again to verify
operation. If the problem still persists, unplug the AC power cord and ask servicing to a
qualified service personnel with the error information.
● When PJ lamp replacement time is reached:
TITLE: Message from projector
Projector Model Name: model name
TCP/IP: 192.168.1.201 Projector Name: Proj05
It sends you following message.
*The projector lamp has reached replacement time.
Lamp ON 3000 h
✐ Replace it with a new lamp immediately and reset the lamp counter. If the projector is
used without resetting the lamp counter, the alert mail is sent to users in every poweron of the projector. This alert mail will not be sent when unchecking the mail sending
condition "When PJ lamp replacement time is reached".
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SNMP setting
SNMP setting
This projector provides a SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
agent function. The SNMP consists of a manager and agents. The group
which communicates information each other with SNMP is called
"Community". There are two access modes in a community, Refer (read only) and Set (readwrite). This projector allows to use Refer (read only) only. The SNMP message informs the projector status called "Trap" to an administrator. Click SNMP Setting on the main menu and
set up each item.
PJ information
Item
Description
Contact................................................Enter user name of the projector etc (optional). (Up to 114 characters)
Place......................................................Enter place of the projector (optional). (Up to 116 characters)
Community name(refer)........Enter community name (read only). Default name is "public". (Up to 115
characters)
Trap
Description
Community name.......................Enter community name to send "Trap". Default name is "public". (Up to
64 characters)
Trap address....................................Enter IP address of the SNMP manager computer to receive "Trap".
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Chapter 3 Basic Setting and Operation
Trap check/delete
Check and delete the trap address
Checking the registered trap address and
deleting the address.
To delete the address, tick check box in front
of the IP address and click Delete button.
✐ Up to 10 trap addresses can be registered.
Trap option
Trap option setting
Tick check boxes in front of the condition item
to send the trap.
✐ Click Set button if you tick or un-tick the check
box on a page.
✐ "When PJ lamp is off" signifies the lamp goes out without user operation. "When PJ is turned into
Standby in proper user operation" signifies that the projector is turned on by using the web browser
and then it is turned into standby with ON/STANDBY button on the top control or the remote control.
✐ Up to 99,999 hours can be set for the time setting.
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Controlling the Projector
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Describes controlling and setting of the projector by using the web
browser.
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Power control and status check
Click Power & Status on the main menu. The control page will be displayed.
By clicking ON or Standby button on the page, the power of the projector can be controlled.
Confirmation window as shown
in the below appears when the
Standby button is pressed.
Popup confirmation window
Item
Description
PJ status
Power ..........................Displays the status of the lamp. (ON, OFF, On starting up, On cooling down,
Service in need)
Status ..........................Displays the status of the projector's power. (Refer to next page.)
Power control.........Controls the projector power by clicking the "ON" or "Standby" button.
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✐ The projector cannot be turned on while the projector is on cooling down.
✐ The web browser checks and updates the projector's condition every 30 seconds automatically.
Power control and status check
About projector condition
Status
Description
Normal................................................................ Projector is operating normally.
Power management in operation............ Power management is operating
Lamp failure.................................................... Lamp failure is occurring
Abnormal Temperature.......................... The temperature of the projector became too high
Standby after Abnormal Temp.......... Projector detects abnormal temp. and sets into standby mode.
Power failure ................................................. Power failure has occurred inside the projector. Projector is turned
off. Unplug the AC cord and ask servicing to a qualified service
personnel.
Caution about turning on/off the projector via the networks
When turning on/off the projector via the networks, preset the projector as follows:
1. Select “Setting” from the Projector menu.
2. Select “Standby mode” from the Setting menu and set it as “Network”.
If you set this function as "Network", the network part of the projector is constantly provided with power even if the projector is turned off. If you set this as
Eco, then the network part will be turned off when you turn off the projector.
Consequently, you cannot turn on/off the projector via the networks.
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When a security (PIN code lock) has been set on the projector, you also cannot
control it through the network. To control the projector through the network,
unlock the security on the projector using with the projector's menu control.
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PC Adj.
Click PC Adj. on the main menu. This function is to adjust the signal from
the computer connected to the projector to obtain the proper picture
image on the screen.
Item
Description
Current mode.......Displays a current mode like VGA, SVGA, XGA. SXGA, UXGA, WXGA, etc. or Mode1 - Mode10
which are the customized mode created by using the "Mode Store" function described
below.
Auto PC...................Performs automatic adjustment.
Fine sync ...............Performs Fine Sync adjustment. (0 ~ 31)
Total dots...............Adjust the number of total dots in the horizontal period.
Clamp.......................Adjusts the phase of the clamp.
Display area
Horizontal...........Adjusts the image area horizontally.
Vertical...............Adjusts the image area vertically.
Position
Horizontal........Adjusts the horizontal position of the screen.
Vertical...............Adjusts the vertical position of the screen.
Reset.........................Resets the PC adjustments to the previous levels.
Mode Store...........Stores the PC adjustment values. Select a mode no. [Mode1 - Mode10] from the
pull-down menu.
Mode Free.............Clear the PC adjustment values. Select a mode no. [Mode1 - Mode10] from the pulldown menu.
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Control
Control
Click Control on the main menu. The setting method differs depending
on the contents of the page. Click on the page number to change pages
and select desired setting items.
✐ Please see the user's manual of the projector to have the further information of
each control item.
Input
This function is to select the input mode and source mode of the projector. Click Set button after selecting the input and source mode.
Item
Description
✐ The control page displays valid control items depending on the selected input mode, signalor
functions of the projector you use, therefore, there may be different controls between the
described items and actual control items on the page display. For further information , refer to the
projector's user's manual.
✐ When the projector is in standby, all the controlling items are inactive.
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Input..........................Selects input mode of the projector.
Source......................Selects signal source of the input.
COMPUTER : ANALOG PC
COMPONENT
SCART
S-VIDEO
HDMI :
HDMI
VIDEO
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System
This function is to select the system of signal
input to the projector. The available system
mode are listed on the pull-down menu
button according to the input signal. Select a
system and then click Set button.
Available selection at the ANALOG PC input
Item
Description
XGA1.........................It automatically switches to the proper computer system of the input signal.
* The computer system modes (VGA, SVGA, XGA. SXGA, UXGA, WXGA...) which meet
the input signal are listed.
Available selection at the HDMI input
Item
Description
D-XGA........................ It automatically switches to the proper computer system of the input signal.
* The computer system modes (D-VGA, D-SVGA, D-XGA. D-SXGA1...) which meet
the input signal are listed.
D-480p....................... It automatically switches to the proper scanning system of the input signal.
* The selectable scanning systems are D-480p, D-575p, D-720p, D-1035i , D-1080i
and D-1080p.
Available selection at the VIDEO/S-VIDEO/SCART input
Item
Description
AUTO.........................It automatically switches to the proper color system of the input signal.
* The selectable color systems are PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M and PAL-N.
* AUTO is fixed at the Scart input.
Available selection at the COMPONENT input
Item
Description
AUTO.........................It automatically switches to the proper scanning system of the input signal.
* The selectable scanning systems are 480i, 575i, 480p, 575p, 720p, 1035i and 1080i.
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✐ If the mode (Mode1 to Mode10) which is stored in the item "PC Adj." (☞ p.34) is available, they are
also listed together with the above mode.
Sound
Sound
This function is to adjust the sound of the
projector. The values in the text box represent
the current control value or status.
Item
Description
Volume....................Adjusts the sound volume from the
speaker. (0 ~ 63)
Mute..........................Suppresses the sound. (ON, OFF)
Image adj.
This function is to adjust the projected picture image and save the image mode. To store
the adjusted value, click Store button, and to load the adjusted value, click Load button.
Description
Contrast.......................... Adjusts picture
contrast (0~ 63)
Brightness...................... Adjusts picture
brightness (0~ 63)
Color................................. Adjusts picture color
saturation (0~ 63)
Tint.................................... Adjusts picture hue
(0~ 63)
Auto iris........................... Switches iris mode.
(ON, OFF)
Color temp..................... Sets a color temperature
mode. (High, Mid, Low,
X Low, User)
White balance
Red, Green, Blue..... Adjusts each white
balance respectively.
(0~ 63)
* When changing the value of the
white balance, the color temp.
indicates "User".
Sharpness............................Adjusts picture
sharpness. (0~ 15)
Gamma.....................................Adjusts brightness of darker part of the picture. (0~ 15)
Noise reduction.................­Switches noise reduction mode (OFF, L1, L2)
Progressive.............................­Switches progressive mode (OFF, L1, L2, Film)
Reset......................................Resets the Image adjustment to previous levels.
Store......................................Stores the Image adjustment values. Select an item [Image1 - Image4] from
the pull-down menu and click Store button.
Load image mode............Loads the Image mode. Select an image mode from the pull-down menu
and click Load button. {Presentation, Standard, High contrast, Cinema,
Blackboard(Green), Colorboard, Image1 - Image4}
✐ The MIC functions MIC, MIC GAIN, STANDBY MIC OUT cannot be selected through the
network. When using the MIC functions, please set by using the On Screen Menu of the projector.
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Setting up the projector
Click Setting on the main menu. This function is to set up the projector.
Select the sub menu [Aspect setting] or [Setting] and then set up each setting.
The picture above is only for LV-8227A model.
Aspect setting
This function is to adjust the aspect mode of the projector. The values in the text box represent the current aspect status.
Item
Description
Aspect......................Switches the aspect mode. (Normal, Full, 16:9, Zoom, True, Natural wide*, Custom)
There may not be available mode depending on the input mode as shown in the
table below.
Ceiling......................Sets the image top/bottom and left/right reversed. (ON, OFF)
Rear............................Sets the image left/right reversed. (ON, OFF)
Screen aspect*...Sets the aspect. {4:3, 16:9, Default(16:10)}
Reset.........................Resets the Screen settings.
* Natural wide and Screen aspect are only available for LV-8227A.
Table of Aspect mode for LV-7292A, LV-7297A and LV-7392A
Aspect mode
Normal
Full
16:9
Zoom
True
Custom
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Input source
VIDEO
PC
4
4
4
4
*
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
✐ The mark "4 " means that the available aspect mode in
the selected input source system. The error message
appears when selecting the disabled aspect mode
indicated with "*".
Setting up the projector
Table of Aspect mode for LV-8227A
Screen Aspect
Screen mode
Normal
Full
16:9
Zoom
Natural wide
True
Default(16:10)
Input source
Video
PC
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
*2
*1
4
*1
Custom
4
4
16:9
Input source
Video
PC
4
4
4
4
*1
*1
4
4
*2
*1
4
*1
4
4
4:3
Input source
Video
PC
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
*1
*1
4
*1
4
4
The mark "4 " means that the available aspect mode in the selected input source system.
✐
*1 The error message appears when selecting the disabled aspect mode indicated with "*1".
*2 N
atural wide cannot be selected when 720p, 1035i, or 1080i is selected in AV system menu.
Setting 1
Description
Language...............Sets the language display of projector's
on-screen display menu.
Auto setup............Executes the Auto PC, Auto input, and
Auto keystone functions below according to the each setting after clicking
Start button.
Auto input..........Sets the auto-input signal detection
mode. (ON1, ON2, OFF)
Auto PC................Sets the auto PC adjustment mode. (ON,
OFF)
Auto keystone.....Sets Auto Keystone mode. (Auto, Manual, OFF)
Background..........Sets the screen background when no signal input. (Blue, User, Black)
Display.....................Switches on or off the on-screen menu display on the screen. (OFF, Countdown off,
ON)
Countdown off........Displays image during the starting up.
Logo..........................Sets on or off the logo display on the screen during the startup. (OFF, Default, User)
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Setting 2
Item
Description
Power
management mode....Sets into the selected power management mode (Standby, Exit, OFF) if the
input signal is interrupted and no
control key is pressed for the specified
period of time.
*The specified time can be set 1 to 30
min.
Direct power on....Sets the power-on mode when the AC
cord is connected to the outlet. (ON,
OFF)
Lamp mode..........Selects lamp control mode. (High, Normal, Eco)
Key lock...................Sets the prohibition of controls either Projector or Remote control. (OFF, Projector,
Remote control)
Fan control.............Sets the fan control speed.
OFF
Normal mode
ON1 Highland mode 1
ON2 Highland mode 2
Lamp Corres.
Value(h)...................Displays the lamp use time (Corresponding value) . Reset the time after lamp
replacement. Click "Reset", a confirmation display appears, and then click "OK", the
time will be reset.
Setting 3
Item
Description
Filter counter.......Displays the filter counter. Reset the time
after filter clean-up. Click "Reset", a confirmation display appears, and then click
"OK", the time will be reset.
Filter warning.....Sets the time to indicate the filter warning message on the screen. (OFF, 2000H,
3000H, 4000H)
Factory default....Click the "Execute" button and the
"Return to the Factory default?" confirmation display appears. Click the "OK"
button to set all of the projector control
items to the factory default setting except the following items.
User Logo, Log PIN code lock, PIN code lock, Lamp Corres. Value, Filter counter, PJ
time
* This function is effective for all the Network settings.
Blank.........................Sets the black out image temporarily. (ON, OFF)
Freeze.......................Sets the image to freeze mode. (ON, OFF)
Closed caption...Sets the closed caption function.
Closed caption....Sets the closed caption mode. (OFF, CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4)
Color......................Sets the color of the contents. (Color, White)
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Information
Information
This page is to display the basic information of the projector status. Click
Information on the main menu.
Click this button to
update the information.
Information
Items
Description
Input.............................................Displays selected input and source.
System........................................Displays selected signal system.
Signal...........................................Input signal status (Yes, No)
Aspect.........................................Displays aspect mode.
Lamp status..............................Displays lamp status with an icon. Refer to the table on the next page.
Security......................................Displays the security (PIN code lock) status (Yes, No)
PJ time(h)..................................Displays the accumulated use time of the projector.
Lamp Corres. Value(h).....Displays the use time (Corresponding value) of the lamp.
Filter time(h)...........................Displays the accumulated use time of the filter.
Network
Description
MAC address..........................Displays MAC address of the projector.
IP address.................................Displays the IP address of the projector.
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Indication of the lamp status
Icon display/background Status
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White/Blue
Lamp on (Normal)
White/Red
Lamp on (Lamp is being used over a specified use time, replace lamp
immediately)
Gray/Blue
Lamp off (Normal)
Gray/Red
Lamp off (Lamp is being used over a specified use time, replace lamp
immediately)
Red/Blue with X
Lamp failure (Lamp failure, check lamp condition)
Red/Red with X
Lamp failure (Lamp failure and lamp is being used over a specified use
time, replace lamp immediately)
Chapter 5
Appendix
5
Examples of connection
Use of telnet
Web browser setting
Examples: OS/Browsers
Q&A
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Menu Tree
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Examples of connection
Peer-To-Peer connection
Connecting the projector (PJ01) to the control computer (PC05) directly.
* STP cross cable
Computer Name: PC05
IP Address
: 192.168.0.5
Subnet Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway :
DNS
:
Projector Name: PJ01
IP Address
: 192.168.0.2
Subnet Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 0.0.0.0
DNS
: 0.0.0.0
Connecting the projector (PJ01) to the control computer (PC05) via the hub.
Hub
To another network
Computer Name: PC05
IP Address
: 192.168.0.5
Subnet Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway :
DNS
:
Projector Name: PJ01
IP Address
: 192.168.0.2
Subnet Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 0.0.0.0
DNS
: 0.0.0.0
Computer Name: PC10
IP Address
: 192.168.0.10
Subnet Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway :
DNS
:
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✐ When the projector is connected to the computer directly without hub, the STP cross cable
should be used.
Examples of connection
The gateway (Router) installed in the network
Connecting the projector (PJ01) to the control computer (PC05) via the gateway.
Entrance hall
Computer Name
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS
: PC205
: 192.168.200.5
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.200.1
: 192.168.201.1
Projector Name: PJ01
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS
: 192.168.200.15
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.200.1
: 192.168.201.1
Hub
Network Group: 192.168.200.x
Gateway (Router)
To another network
IP Address : 192.168.200.1
IP Address : 192.168.100.1
IP Address : 192.168.10.1
Office
Hub
Hub
Computer Name: PC05
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS
: 192.168.10.5
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.10.1
: 192.168.201.1
Computer Name
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS
: PC10
: 192.168.10.10
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.10.1
: 192.168.201.1
Computer Name
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS
: PC51
: 192.168.10.51
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.10.1
: 192.168.201.1
Computer Name
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS
: PC61
: 192.168.10.61
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.10.1
: 192.168.201.1
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Use of telnet
You can control the projector by using the telnet application*1 installed on your computer.
Normally, the telnet application is available on your computer.
* The telnet 10000 port is used to control the projector.
Control
(For example, in case of using the telnet
application of Windows XP Professional.)
1. Select Run... submenu from Start menu
on the computer. Type "telnet" onto the
Open text area on the displayed window
and press OK button.
(For example, in case of using the telnet
application of Mac OS X v 10.4)
1. Select Terminal from Applications
-->Utilities.
Type as below on the displayed window.
> telnet [return]
2. The telnet application will start and the following window will be displayed. Type as
below to connect the projector.
> open 192.168.1.201 10000 [return]
*Use the IP address assigned to the projector.
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3. When communication is established correctly, the word "PASSWORD:" appears on the
window. Type the login password (Network PIN code*2) for the projector and then press
"Enter" key on the keyboard. If you do not set up the Network PIN code, just press "Enter"
key.
When the word "Hello" is replied, login has been succeeded.
* The password "1234" is used for the example.
4. Type the commands, refer to below table, to control the projector and then press "Enter"
key for termination. For example, type "C00" which is a command to turn on the projector, and press "Enter" key. Confirm the projector is turning on.
* Enter with ASCII 64-byte capital characters and one-byte characters.
To disconnect the communication, press "Ctrl" key and "]" key at the same time, type
"close" and then press "Enter" key on the Keyboard.
> close [return]
The table below shows the typical command lists for controlling this projector and please
consult your local dealer for further information of another commands.
Command list table
Command Function
C00Power on
C01
Direct Power off
C02
Power off
C09
Volume up
C0A
Volume down
C0B
Audio Mute on
C0C
Audio Mute off
C1C
Menu display on
C1D
Menu display off
*1 F urther instructions about the telnet application, please see the on-line guide on your computer.
*2 The password is a Network PIN code decided item "Network PIN code setting" (☞pp.14, 23). If the
authentication of the entered password is failed 4 times continuously, the communication will be
disconnected automatically. Please try again for the connection.
✐ If the password or any command is not entered for more than 30 seconds, the communication will
be disconnected automatically. Please try again for the connection.
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Web browser setting
This projector is designed to be set up and controlled from an Internet web browser.
Depending on the preference settings of the web browser, some control functions may
not be available. Please make sure that the following functions are set up properly in the
web browser.
Active Script/JavaScript enable
There are some control items used with the JavaScript function in the setting pages. If
the web browser is set not to use this JavaScript function, it may not control the projector
properly. In this case, the warning message "Make sure JavaScript is ON." will be displayed
on the top of the page. To enable the JavaScript, please see further instructions on the
next page.
Proxy setting
In some cases, your web browser is set up to use the proxy server for the internet or
intranet connection. In this case, when you install this projector into the local network, you
should set up the proxy setting of web browser preference correctly. Especially when connecting the projector and computer with a STP cross cable directly, or when the network
does not provide the proxy server, make sure that "not use proxy server" is set up in your
web browser preference. Please see item "Examples: OS/Browsers" in the next page for
further setting up procedure.
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✐ There are various ways to change your browser preferences depending on the version or
applications. Please see the setting instructions on next page for example and also refer to
on-line help of your web browser.
Examples: OS/Browsers
Examples: OS/Browsers
 Windows XP Professional
Internet Explorer v.6.0
ActiveScript setting
Select Internet Options from Tools menu on the web browser and then select Security
tab and click Customize Level… button. On the security setting window, scroll down and
find the Scripting item, make sure that "Enable" is selected in item Active Scripting.
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Proxy setting
Select Internet Options from Tools menu on the web browser and then select
Connection tab and click LAN Settings button. Properly set up your web browser's the
proxy server settings according to the local area network environment to which the projector is connected.
- Using proxy server
To use an external internet connection from the local area network, check the item Use a
proxy server and enter the proxy server address and port correctly in the proxy settings
window. For further instruction please consult your network administrator.
- Not using proxy server
Uncheck the item Use a proxy server.
If you connect the projector to the computer directly with STP cross cable, this must be
unchecked.
To designate proxy settings that will not use the
proxy server when accessing the projector installed
in the local area network, enter the IP address or
domain name here.
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Examples: OS/Browsers
 MAC OS X
Safari v.5.1.2
JavaScript enable setting
Select Preferences... from Safari on the web browser and then select Security tab and
check Enable JavaScript.
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Proxy setting
1 Open Preferences... from Safari menu on the web browser Safari. The preference
menu appears.
2 Select Advanced icon and then click Proxies: Change Settings ....
3 Select Proxies tab and properly set up your web browser Safari's the proxy server
settings according to the local area network environment to which the projector is
connected.
- Using proxy server
To use an external internet connection from the local area network, check the items
Web Proxy (HTTP) and Secure Web Proxy (HTTPS) of Select a proxy server to configure window and enter the proxy server address and port correctly in Web Proxy
Server window. For further instruction please consult your network administrator.
- Not using proxy server
Uncheck the items Web Proxy (HTTP) and Secure Web Proxy (HTTPS) of Select a
proxy server to configure.
If you connect the projector to the computer directly with STP cross cable, they must
be unchecked.
To designate proxy settings that will not use
the proxy server when accessing the projector
installed in the local area network, enter the IP
address or domain name here.
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Q&A
Q&A
Installation/Access
Q Why doesn’t the setting page appear in my web browser?
A
Following causes are possible. Please check them.
1. The projector does not connect to the network.
Check LED indicators status (☞ p.12).
- Check the connection of LAN cable if the LINK Lamp does not light green.
- Check the network configuration of the projector if the ACT Lamp does not
blink orange.
2. Wrong network configuration of the computer.
Check the network configuration of the computer.
3. The proxy setting of the web browser is not set correctly (☞ p.52).
4. The computer does not provide TCP/IP protocol.
Q How can I restrict access from the computer.
A
1. Please use the password authentication function on the login page (☞ p.23).
2. Please use the IP filtering function provided with the gateway (router) to
restrict the accessing from the computer. For further information please
consult your network administrator.
Q C an I access the projector installed on the company’s local area network
from a remote location?
T here are some ways to access to the projector in the LAN, but you must consult
your network administrator for security reason.
☛ Use of modem
(Connect to the company’s network from your home or some other places by
using modem.)
☛ Use of private line
(Connect to the company’s network from the branch office or maintenance
office by using private line.)
☛ Use of internet
(Connect to the company’s network from your home, branch office or some
other places by using the internet.)
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Q W
e use the DHCP/BOOTP server to assign the IP address. Is it possible to
use the projector in this network environment?
A
Possible. This projector supports the DHCP/BOOTP server. To use this projector in
this network environment, set it up so that the DHCP/BOOTP server does not assign
the IP address configured to this projector for another device on the network.
Please consult your network administrator (☞ pp.13, 24).
Q How can I install several projectors?
A
Install and configure network one by one to avoid the IP address collision each
other. To configure the IP address please see item "Network configuration" (☞ pp.1213, 24).
Password/Login
Q W
hat should I do when I forget the IP address of the projector?
A
You can check the IP address in the "Network information" menu.
Q W
hat should I do when I forget the password (Network PIN code)?
A
Please set the new network PIN code in the "Network PIN code" menu.
Q C an I register the setting page as a web browser "Favorites" or
"Bookmarks"?
A
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Please add "Login" page to your "Favorites" or "Bookmarks". Do not add the specified setting page because it will not be able to perform the password authentication correctly.
Q&A
Operation
Q Why can't be turned on/off with web browser?
A
Please make sure the settings of the projector are correct to use the projector.
Please set the Standby mode of the projector's Setting menu to "Network". Refer
to "4. Controlling the Projector" ➔ "Power control and status check" (☞ pp.32 - 33).
Q Why can't I change the controls in the setting page with web browser?
A
Please make sure the projector is turned on. If it is in the standby mode, the setting
is not effective to the projector. To control the projector with a web browser, the
projector must be in the powered-on condition.
Q Why does it sometimes take a lot of time to complete the page display?
A
The display speed of the page depends on the network environment in which both
the projector and computer are placed. It may take much time to complete the
page display if network traffic is heavy. Please consult your network administrator.
Q H
ow many numbers of the E-mail address can I register in the E-mail setting page.
A
You can register up to 10 addresses.
A
Make sure that the registered E-mail address and SMTP server address are correct. If
the SMTP server is located in your LAN (Local Area Network), the address should be
set to the SMTP server in your LAN. The SMTP server located outside of your LAN
may not be available for security reason. For further information please contact your
network administrator (☞ p.25).
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Q Why am I not receiving E-mail alert messages?
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Chapter 5 Appendix
Others
Q What are the rules for IP address assignment?
A
If the network is constructed with TCP/IP protocol, a unique IP address is required
for each piece of network equipment. The following are basic rules of the
assignment.
Rule1
Do not configure the same IP address to the network equipment in the
same network group. Each piece of equipment must be assigned a unique IP
address.
If the IP address is set [192.168.x.x], the Subnet Mask should be set
[255.255.255.0] for example.
Rule2
The start address [xxx.xxx.xxx.0] and the last address [xxx.xxx.xxx.255] of
the IP address must not be assigned to any other equipment. These address
numbers are reserved.
Rule3
The IP address must correlate to a network number. If network numbers are
different between the equipment, they cannot establish communications
each other. In this case, the router is placed in the networks to make the
routing.
Q Can I control the projector by using the telnet application?
A
Possible. Please refer to the item "Use of telnet" (☞ p.46 - 47).
Q What is the MAC address assigned to the projector?
A
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The MAC address is displayed in "Network information" menu of the projector (☞ p.14) and in "Information" menu through the web browser (☞ p.41).
Q&A
Q Can I update the firmware of the projector.
It is possible to update the firmware through the network. It is required to have a
special tool for the updating. For further information please consult your local dealer. The version number of the firmware is indicated on the lower part of the "Initial
setting" page.
Version of the
firmware
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A
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Chapter 5 Appendix
Menu Tree
Projector Menu
Network
LAN mode select
Network setting
Network PIN code
Network information
Network factory default
LAN1/LAN2/LAN3
DHCP On/DHCP Off
Main Program
MAC address
IP address
Yes/No
Web Menu
Initial setting
Power & Status
PC Adj.
Control
Language
Model name
SERIAL NO.
Network PIN code
PJLink
Password
Power
Status
Power control
Current mode
Auto PC
Fine sync
Total dots
Clamp
Display area
Position
Reset
Mode
Input
System
Sound
Image adj.
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English/Japanese
ON/OFF
ON/Standby
Horizontal/Vertical
Horizontal/Vertical
Store/Free
COMPUTER
HDMI
VIDEO
ANALOG PC/COMPONENT/SCART/S-VIDEO
Volume
Mute
0 - 63
ON/OFF
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Auto iris
Color temp.
White balance
Sharpness
Gamma
Noise reduction
Progressive
Reset
Store
Load image mode
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
ON/OFF
High/Mid/Low/XLow/User
Red/Green/Blue
0 - 15
0 - 15
OFF/L1/L2
OFF/L1/L2/Film
Image1-4
Menu tree
Aspect setting
Setting 1
Setting 2
Setting 3
E-mail setting
Aspect
Ceiling
Rear
Screen aspect
Reset
Language
Auto setup
20 Language
ON1/ON2/OFF
Auto input
ON/OFF
Auto PC
Auto/Manual/OFF
Auto keystone
Background
Blue/Black/User
Display
OFF/Countdown off/ON
Logo
OFF/Default/User
Power management mode
Standby/Exit/OFF
Direct power on
ON/OFF
Lamp mode
Auto/Normal/Eco1/Eco2
Lamp life control
Mode1/Mode2
Key lock
OFF/Projector/Remote control
Fan control
OFF/ON1/ON2
Filter counter(h)
Reset
Filter warning
Off/2000H/3000H/4000H
Factory default
Execute
Blank
ON/OFF
Freeze
ON/OFF
Closed caption
Closed caption
Off/CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4
Color
Color/White
E-mail setting
SMTP Authentication setting
Network
Information
SMTP server
SMTP server port
Administrator address
Add address
Auth
Off/SMTP Auth/POP before SMTP
SMTP Auth
CRAM-MD5/LOGIN/PLAIN
User-ID
Password
POP server
POP server port
LAN mode
DHCP
ON/OFF
IP address
Subnet mask
Default gateway
DNS
Projector name
Information
Input
System
Signal
Aspect
Lamp status
Security
PJ time(h)
Lamp Corres. Value(h)
Filter time(h)
Network
SNMP setting
Normal/Full/16:9/Zoom/True/Natural wide/Custom
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Default(16:10)/16:9/4:3
PJ information
Trap
MAC address
IP address
Contact
Place
Community name(refer)
Community name
Trap address
ENGLISH
Setting
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