Chistie DLV Setup guide

M Series
SETUP GUIDE
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M Series
SETUP GUIDE
020-100011-04
NOTICE
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products or availability could occur which may not be reflected in this document. Christie reserves the right to make
changes without notice or obligation.
WARRANTY
For complete information about Christie’s limited warranty, please contact your Christie Dealer. In addition to the other
limitations that may be specified in Christie’s limited warranty, the warranty does not cover:
a. Damage occurring during shipment, in either direction.
b. Projector lamps (See Christie’s separate lamp program policy).
c. Damage caused by use of a projector lamp beyond the recommended lamp life, or use of a lamp supplied by a supplier other than Christie.
d. Problems caused by combination of the equipment with non-Christie equipment, such as distribution systems, cameras, video tape recorders, etc., or use of the equipment with any non-Christie interface device.
e. Damage caused by misuse, improper power source, accident, fire, flood, lightening, earthquake or other natural
disaster.
f. Damage caused by improper installation/alignment, or by equipment modification, if by other than Christie service
personnel.
g. For LCD projectors, the warranty period specified applies only where the LCD projector is in “normal use.” “Normal
use” means the LCD projector is not used more than 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. For any LCD projector where
“normal use” is exceeded, warranty coverage under this warranty terminates after 6000 hours of operation.
h. Failure due to normal wear and tear.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventative maintenance is an important part of the continued and proper operation of your projector. Please see the
Maintenance section for specific maintenance items as they relate to your projector and/or model. Failure to perform
maintenance as required and in accordance with the maintenance schedule specified by Christie will void the warranty.
Table of Contents
1.1 Purchase Record and Service Contacts .......................................................................................1-1
1.1.1 List of Components..............................................................................................................1-1
1.1.2 Key Features ........................................................................................................................1-2
1.1.3 General Precautions .............................................................................................................1-3
1.1.4 AC /Power Precautions........................................................................................................1-3
1.1.5 Lamp Precautions ................................................................................................................1-3
2.1 Projector Quick Setup and Installation ........................................................................................2-1
STEP 1 - Installing a Projection Lens ..................................................................................2-1
LENS INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................................2-1
STEP 2 - Positioning the Projector .......................................................................................2-3
STEP 3 - Connecting a Source .............................................................................................2-3
STEP 4 - Connecting the Line Cord .....................................................................................2-4
STEP 5 - Power up ...............................................................................................................2-4
STEP 6 - Selecting a Source .................................................................................................2-4
STEP 7- Adjusting Image .....................................................................................................2-4
2.2 Detailed Setup and Installation....................................................................................................2-5
2.2.1 Mounting..............................................................................................................................2-5
Ceiling Mount .......................................................................................................................2-5
2.2.2 Basic Optical Alignment......................................................................................................2-5
Basic Optical Alignment Procedure .....................................................................................2-5
Folded Optics ........................................................................................................................2-6
2.2.3 Advanced Optical Alignment ..............................................................................................2-6
Boresight Alignment Procedure ...........................................................................................2-6
2.2.4 Powering Down ...................................................................................................................2-8
Remote Keypad/Built-In Keypad .........................................................................................2-8
Web User Interface (UI) .......................................................................................................2-8
2.2.5 Projector Communications ..................................................................................................2-9
Status LEDs ..........................................................................................................................2-9
3.1 Using the Remote Keypad or Built-In Keypad ...........................................................................3-1
Guide to Keypads .................................................................................................................3-1
Remote Keypad ....................................................................................................................3-2
Wired Remote .......................................................................................................................3-3
Built-in Keypad ....................................................................................................................3-3
3.1.1 Remote Keypad Commands ................................................................................................3-4
Power ON/OFF .....................................................................................................................3-4
Test .......................................................................................................................................3-4
Auto .....................................................................................................................................3-4
Channel .................................................................................................................................3-5
Slot 1, 2, 3, 4 .........................................................................................................................3-5
Input ......................................................................................................................................3-5
PIP ........................................................................................................................................3-5
Swap .....................................................................................................................................3-5
Contrast .................................................................................................................................3-5
Bright ....................................................................................................................................3-5
Gamma ..................................................................................................................................3-6
Number Keys ........................................................................................................................3-6
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10+ ....................................................................................................................................... 3-6
Help ...................................................................................................................................... 3-6
Menu .................................................................................................................................... 3-6
OSD (On-screen display) .................................................................................................... 3-6
Shutter ................................................................................................................................. 3-6
Function Key ........................................................................................................................ 3-7
Projector ............................................................................................................................... 3-7
Enter ..................................................................................................................................... 3-7
Exit ....................................................................................................................................... 3-7
Arrow Keys .......................................................................................................................... 3-7
Lens H and Lens V .............................................................................................................. 3-8
Laser ..................................................................................................................................... 3-8
3.2 Navigating the Menus ................................................................................................................. 3-8
Main Menu ........................................................................................................................... 3-8
On-line Help ......................................................................................................................... 3-9
The Global Icon ................................................................................................................... 3-9
Using Slide bars and Other Controls ................................................................................... 3-9
Editing Text ......................................................................................................................... 3-11
3.3 Alarm Conditions........................................................................................................................ 3-12
4.1 Filters .......................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1 Optional Filters ................................................................................................................... 4-1
Dust Air Filter ...................................................................................................................... 4-1
Fog Filter .............................................................................................................................. 4-2
5.1 Power .......................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.1.1 Projector Does Not Power ON............................................................................................ 5-1
5.2 Lamp ........................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2.1 Lamp Does Not Ignite......................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2.2 Lamp Suddenly Turns OFF................................................................................................. 5-1
5.2.3 Flicker, Shadows Or Dimness............................................................................................. 5-2
5.3 LCD............................................................................................................................................. 5-2
5.3.1 Blank Screen, No Menu Displaying ................................................................................... 5-2
5.4 Remote Keypad........................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.4.1 Remote Keypad Does Not Seem to Work .......................................................................... 5-2
5.5 OSD............................................................................................................................................. 5-2
5.5.1 The OSD Menu does not display ........................................................................................ 5-2
5.6 Ethernet ....................................................................................................................................... 5-3
5.6.1 Trouble Establishing Communication with Projector......................................................... 5-3
5.7 Displays....................................................................................................................................... 5-3
5.7.1 The projector is on but there is no display .......................................................................... 5-3
5.7.2 Severe Motion Artifacts ...................................................................................................... 5-3
5.7.3 Image Appears ‘Squeezed’ or Vertically Stretched into Center of Screen......................... 5-3
5.7.4 The Display is Jittery or Unstable....................................................................................... 5-3
5.7.5 The Display is Faint ............................................................................................................ 5-4
5.7.6 The Upper Portion of the Display is Waving, Tearing or Jittering..................................... 5-4
5.7.7 Portions of the Display are Cut Off or Warped to the Opposite edge ................................ 5-4
5.7.8 Display Appears Compressed (Vertically Stretched) ......................................................... 5-4
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5.7.9 Data is Cropped from Edges ................................................................................................5-4
5.7.10 Display Quality Appears to Drift from Good to Bad, Bad to Good .................................5-4
5.7.11 Display has Suddenly Frozen ............................................................................................5-4
5.7.12 Colors in the Display are Inaccurate..................................................................................5-4
5.7.13 Display is Not Rectangular ................................................................................................5-5
5.7.14 Display is “Noisy” .............................................................................................................5-5
5.8 Web Interface ..............................................................................................................................5-5
5.8.1 After upgrading the projector software, the Web pages do not display correctly ...............5-5
5.8.2 A backup or Interrogator file cannot be saved.....................................................................5-5
6.1 Feature Set ...................................................................................................................................6-1
6.1.1 Air Filters (Optional) ...........................................................................................................6-1
6.1.2 Lamps...................................................................................................................................6-1
6.2 Input (Source Signal) Compatibility ...........................................................................................6-1
6.3 Control Signal Compatibility ......................................................................................................6-1
6.3.1 Projector Control..................................................................................................................6-1
6.4 Power Requirements....................................................................................................................6-2
6.4.1 Lamp Specification ...........................................................................................................6-3
6.4.2 Accessories and Service Components .................................................................................6-3
Lens Throw Ratio .................................................................................................................6-4
6.5 Regulatory ...................................................................................................................................6-4
A.1 GPIO Port ...................................................................................................................................A-1
Configuring the GPIO ..........................................................................................................A-2
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1 Introduction
Every effort has been made to ensure the information in this document is accurate and reliable; however,
due to constant research the information in this document is subject to change without notice.
1.1
Purchase Record and Service Contacts
Whether the projector is under warranty or the warranty has expired, Christie’s highly trained and extensive
factory and dealer service network is always available to quickly diagnose and correct projector malfunctions.
Complete service manuals and updates are available for all projectors. Should a problem be encountered with
any part of the projector, contact your dealer. In most cases, servicing is performed on site. If you have
purchased the projector, fill out the information below and keep with your records.
Table 1.1
Dealer:
Dealer or Christie Sales/Service Contact Phone Number:
Projector Serial Number*:
Purchase Date:
Installation Date:
* The serial number can be found on the license label located on the back of the projector.
Table 1.2 Ethernet Settings
Default Gateway:
DNS Server:
Projector DLP Address:
Projector Mgmt IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
1.1.1 List of Components
Ensure the following components were received with the projector:
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Projector with Built-In Keypad (LCD status display)
IR remote keypad (includes two, 1.5V AA batteries and an XLR to mini-stereo cable conversion to wired)
Line cord
Lens Mount Security Screw (M6x10mm long, Qty. 2)
Lens Mount Security Screw (5mm Hex, Qty. 1)
Lens Mount Security Screw (5mm Hex, Qty. 1)
Warranty Card
Web Registration Form
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1.1.2 Key Features
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Up to 10,000 lumens
HD (1080p) or SXGA+ , WUXGA, or WXGA resolution
Dual Mercury lamp illumination with 200W or 350W options
Dynamic Iris contrast aperture providing up to 10,000:1 contrast ratio
Ultra-compact design and weighs less than 55lbs
10-bit image processor electronics with modular design
Fully sealed optical system
Active fan control for minimum noise level
Selectable, motorized Yellow Notch Filter for expanded color gamut
User interchangeable projection lenses with no-tool mounting
PIP and seamless switching
LiteLOC for constant brightness maintenance
Intelligent Lens System (ILS)
Motorized lens mount for all models
Auto-setup feature
Integrated ChristieNET
Networking ability through RS-232 and RS-422 connectors
Status LED display on built-in keypad for easy projector status monitoring
Control with remote keypad, wired remote, or built-in keypad
Four input slots for Optional Input Modules
Refer to 6 Specifications for a complete list of technical specifications.
Table 1.3 M Series Projectors
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Model Name
Part Number
Model Name (3D)
Part Number
DLV-1400-DL
118-044109-XX
HD6K-M (3D)
013-101531-01
DLV-1920-DL
118-042107-XX
HD10K-M (3D)
013-101532-01
DS+6K-M
118-014106-XX
Roadster HD10K-M (3D)
013-101533-01
DS+10K-M
118-013105-XX
DS+6K-M (3D)
013-101534-01
HD6K-M
118-012104-XX
DS+10K-M (3D)
013-101535-01
HD10K-M
118-011103-XX
Roadster S+10K-M (3D)
013-101536-01
Roadster HD10K-M
118-021104-XX
WU7K-M (3D)
013-101537-01
Roadster S+10K-M
118-023106-XX
WU12K-M (3D)
013-101538-01
Roadster WU12K-M
118-025108-XX
Roadster WU12K-M (3D)
013-101539-01
WU7K-M
118-016108-XX
WX7K-M (3D)
013-101540-01
WU12K-M
118-015107-XX
WX10K-M (3D)
013-101541-01
WX7K-M
118-018100-XX
WX10K-M
118-017109-XX
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1.1.3 General Precautions
Do NOT look into the lens
FIRE HAZARD. Keep hands, clothes and all combustible material away from the
concentrated light beam of the projector. Position all cables where they cannot
contact hot surfaces or be pulled or tripped over.
All installation and maintenance procedures must be performed by a Christie
accredited service technician.
Projector must be operated in an environment that meets operating specifications, as
listed in 6 Specifications.
1.1.4 AC /Power Precautions
Use only the AC power cord supplied. Do not attempt operation if the AC supply and
cord are not within the specified voltage and power range. Refer to the license label
on the back of the projector or 6 Specifications for rated voltage and power.
The projector is equipped with a 3-wire plug with a grounding pin. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician to
have the outlet replaced. NEVER defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type
plug.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Locate the power cord where
persons walking on it or objects rolling over it cannot damage the cord.
1.1.5 Lamp Precautions
Never attempt to access the lamp while the lamp is ON. After turning the lamp OFF, it
is crucial that you wait at least 10 minutes before handling the lamp. This provides
sufficient time for the lamp cooling fans to properly cool the lamp.
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2 Installation and Setup
2.1
Projector Quick Setup and Installation
The following instructions are for those preferring a quick setup. Refer to the remaining subsections for
detailed setup instructions.
Always power down the projector and disconnect all power sources before servicing or
cleaning.
Refer to Safety Warnings and Guidelines in 4 Maintenance.
STEP 1 - Installing a Projection Lens
The projection lens, shipped separately from the projector, must be installed prior to setting up the projector.
Remove the lens plug from the lens opening in the projector before installing the lens.
Retain the lens plug for projector transportation to protect the projector’s optical
components from dust and debris.
IMPORTANT! The lens seals the projector, preventing contaminants from entering the interior of the
projector. Never operate a projector without a lens.
LENS INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT!
Remove the rear lens cap from the lens. Keep the front lens cap on the lens to protect it
during installation.
1. Rotate the lens clamp to the OPEN position, see Figure 2-1.
FIGURE 2-1 LOCKING CLAMP OPEN
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2. Align the lens interface plate with the lens mount. Align the lens electrical connector with the mating
connector on the lens mount. Fully insert the assembly straight into the lens mount opening without
turning. Press using your hand as shown in Figure 2-2. NOTE: When installing the lens, ensure that the
lens is not inserted at an angle, as this can cause damage.
FIGURE 2-2 LENS PLACEMENT
3. Remove the front lens cap.
4. While holding the lens flat against the lens mount, rotate the lens clamp clockwise to lock the lens
assembly in place. See Figure 2-3 & Figure 2-4.
FIGURE 2-3
FIGURE 2-4
5. For added stability such as motion applications, fasten the security screws provided with the lens-mount.
NOTE: There are two types of lens plate models. See Figure 2-5 & Figure 2-6.
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FIGURE 2-5
FIGURE 2-6
6. Use a 5mm hex driver to fasten the red security screws provided with the lens mount (Figure 2-5 ), or hand
tighten the lens retaining screws attached to the lens (Figure 2-6 ). NOTES: 1) Recommended for heaviest
lenses such as 0.73:1 and 1.2:1. 2) The red security screws MUST be installed when hoisting the
projector overhead, or installing the projector in an overhead position.
Use of the lens red security screws or the lens retaining screws is required if the
projector is hoisted or installed in an overhead position.\
STEP 2 - Positioning the Projector
2 people are required to safely lift and install the projector.
Place the projector on a sturdy, level surface and position it so that it is perpendicular to the screen at a suitable
distance. The further back the projector is positioned for the screen, the larger the image will be.
To level the projector adjust its 3 feet. With the projector positioned perpendicular to the screen the image will
appear rectangular instead of keystoned.
STEP 3 - Connecting a Source
Located at the back of the projector is the input panel where all source connections are made. Each input is
clearly labeled for easy identification. Depending on the type of option card installed, connect your source
using the appropriate cable(s), as follows:
• Analog Input Card, connect 3-, 4-, or 5-wire RGB source to Red/Pr, Green/Y, Blue/Pb, H/C and V using 3,
4 or 5 BNC connectors as required.
• Dual SD/HD - SDI Input Card, connect SDI (Serial Digital Interface) cable to one of the two inputs, 1-IN
or 2-IN. Both standard-definition (SD) and high-definition (HD) signals are accepted and automatically recognized on either input.
• Dual Link DVI Input Card, connect a single or dual DVI video signal to the DVI-I connector, an analog
video signal to the DVI-I connector or an analog video signal to the VGA connector. The DVI signal may
contain HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection).
• Twin HDMI Input Card, connect HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) cable to one of the two
inputs, 1-IN or 2-IN.
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• Video Decoder Input Card, depending on the source you can apply the following;
• Composite video source to 1-CVBS, using a BNC Cable NOTE: Same signal can be used on 4, 5 or 6 when
input is selected as CVBS.
• A component signal on Inputs 4(Pr), 5(Y), 6(Pb) using BNC Connectors. NOTE: Grouped as a component
input, YPbPr.
• S-Video to one of the two, 2-SVID or 3-SVID using S-Video cable.
• S-Video using two BNC cables, with Luma (Y) connected to 4 (Sy) and Chroma (C) connected to 6 (Sc).
NOTE: Must be grouped as 1 S-Video + 1 CVBS.
• DMX512 Interface Card, has two 5pin XLR connectors - 1 (input) male and 1 (output) female. If there is
active communications on the DMX512 Interface card the power LED will blink between low intensity and
high intensity.
STEP 4 - Connecting the Line Cord
IMPORTANT! Use the line cord provided with the projector, or ensure you are using a line cord, power plug
and socket that meet the appropriate rating standards. NOTE: Voltage and current
requirements are listed on the license label, located at the back of the projector.
Connect the projector's line cord to the AC receptacle at the AC inlet of the projector, then push the wire clip
over the plug to retain it. This prevents the line cord from inadvertent disconnection. Plug the 3-pronged plug
end into a suitably rated grounded AC receptacle. Switch the projector ON. The switch is located just above the
AC receptacle.
Do not attempt operation if the AC supply and cord is not within the specified ratings.
On power down, wait 5-10 minutes for the fans to turn OFF before unplugging the
projector. Always switch off the projector before unplugging the AC line cord.
STEP 5 - Power up
After the AC Power has been switched on, the LCD display above the keypad indicates “Please wait” and the 4
LED status indicators on the top cover window switch on to amber. These indicate that the projector is
changing its state from powered down to standby. The message “Standby Mode” appears in the display when
the projector has completed its initialization and is ready for power up. The 2 lamp status LEDs will go off to
indicate that the lamps are off. The Power status LED will show amber, indicating that the projector is in
standby mode. The shutter LED will display amber, indicating the shutter is closed. Press and hold the power
button on the keypad or remote for 2 seconds, or press twice quickly. The lamps will power on and the fans will
come on. NOTE: See 3 Operation for a full description of the status indicators.
NOTE: The default settings for the projector are to perform a lens calibration after the insertion of a new lens.
If this is the first time the projector has been powered up with the lens, expect a short period (about 15 seconds)
where the lens will move slightly.
STEP 6 - Selecting a Source
Press one of the input keys on the remote or built-in keypad to select and display the image for the source you
connected in Step 3.
STEP 7- Adjusting Image
Adjust the image settings, such as Brightness, Contrast, Gamma, Focus, Zoom etc. using the direct keys on the
remote or built in keypad. NOTE: See 3 Operation for more details.
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Detailed Setup and Installation
Always power down the projector and disconnect all power sources before servicing
or cleaning.
Refer to Safety Warnings and Guidelines in 4 Maintenance. Switch the lamp off when
the door is opened. The lamp doors are provided with clear windows to indicate when
the lamps are on.
2.2.1 Mounting
There are several methods for mounting the projector. In typical front and rear screen installations the projector
can be mounted to a secure and level surface, such as a table or cart. Carts are useful when the projector has to
be moved often. Lock the wheels on a cart, when it is in position, to prevent accidental movement during a
presentation.
Ceiling Mount
The projector can be inverted and suspended from the ceiling using a specially designed ceiling mount fixture
118-100108-XX. This mounting is recommended for those that want the projector out of plain view or have
limited amount of space for the projector. For more information, contact your dealer.
Use only the Christie approved ceiling mount kit designed for your projector. Refer to
the installation instructions and safety guidelines provided in the kit.
2.2.2 Basic Optical Alignment
Only perform image alignment once the projector is fully assembled and powered up in its final location. Basic
image alignment ensures the image reflected from the DMDs is parallel to and well-centered with the lens and
screen. This initial optical alignment is the foundation for optimizing images on the screen and must be
completed before final boresight adjustments. Before beginning ensure the projector is properly positioned
relative to the screen.
Basic Optical Alignment Procedure
1. Display a test pattern: Appropriate for analyzing image focus and geometry, such as the “framing” test
pattern showing the cross-hair centered across the image. Press the TEST key on the remote keypad or use
the built-in keypad and press the soft key that displays Test on the LCD display.
2. Course focus: Do a quick preliminary focus and (if available) zoom adjustment with the primary lens. Do
not worry about consistency across the image at this point, just center focus. It is good practice to have
zoom adjustment color and focus adjustment color in the center of its range.
3. Center the image in the lens: Holding a piece of paper at the lens surface, adjust offsets as necessary until
the image is centered within the lens perimeter. A full white field works best for this.
4. If necessary, center the image on the screen: If the projector is mounted off center to the screen axis,
then offset the lens as much as required. Aim the projector over slightly towards the center of the screen,
but use caution when doing so, as too much tilt will cause excessive keystone distortion. Lens offset will
not.
5. Re-check side-to-side leveling: With the framing pattern on screen, double-check projector leveling so
the top edge of the image is parallel to the top edge of the screen.
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6. Throw Distance: Ensure the projector is positioned in the throw distance range for the particular lens.
Folded Optics
In rear screen applications where space behind the projector is limited, a mirror may be used to fold the optical
path (Figure 2-7). The position of the projector and mirror must be accurately set - if considering this type of
installation call your dealer for assistance.
FIGURE 2-7 FOLDED OPTICAL PATH
2.2.3 Advanced Optical Alignment
Boresight Alignment Procedure
1. Display the Boresight Test Pattern by pressing the TEST key on the remote keypad or use the built-in
keypad and press the soft key that displays Test on the LCD display, then UP ARROW KEY to cycle to
Boresight, then Enter (Figure 2-8).
FIGURE 2-8 BORESIGHT PATTERN
2. Focus the image on cross-hair pattern I. Evaluate the focus on cross-hair image II and III. If all 3 images
are in focus, no further action is required. If boresight is required see step 3.
3. If boresight is required, refer to Figure 2-9 to understand how the adjustment screws on the lens mount
affect the corresponding cross-hairs on the test pattern.
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4. Use a 5mm Allen™ key to loosen the 3 locking setscrews on the lens mount (Figure 2-10). NOTE: The
setscrews must be backed out several turns, so that they do not contact the inner lens mount plate.
FIGURE 2-9 CROSS-HAIR PATTERN
FIGURE 2-10 SCREW LOCATIONS
5. Fine tune the focus of cross-hair pattern I by adjusting the appropriate capscrew (Figure 2-10). Adjust until
the cross-hair image is in focus with minimal flare.
6. Adjust cross-hair pattern II, by adjusting the appropriate capscrew (Figure 2-10). Adjust until the crosshair image is in focus with minimal flare.
7. Adjust cross-hair pattern III, by adjusting the appropriate capscrew (Figure 2-10). Adjust until the crosshair image is in focus with minimal flare.
8. Repeat step 5, 6, and 7 as required until all 3 cross-hair patterns are in equal sharp focus. If the boresight is
acceptable, see step 11. If the boresight does not appear to be converging to an acceptable level of image
quality or if the lens will not focus over the correct range of throw distances, then the boresight requires
coarse adjustment, see step 9.
9. The original factory boresight can be recovered approximately by positioning the 3 setscrews (Figure 210). Position the setscrews flush with the front face of the lens mount plate and in contact with the inner
lens mount plate (Figure 2-11). This may require adjusting both setscrews and capscrews.
10. If further action is required. Repeat #2.
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11. Lock the setscrews, and re-check the boresight quality. Tighten the setscrew enough to ensure they will not
shift.
FIGURE 2-11 POSITION SETSCREW FLUSH
2.2.4 Powering Down
The projector can be powered down by using one of the following methods:
Remote Keypad/Built-In Keypad
• Press and hold POWER
OR
• Press POWER twice
OR
• Press POWER once, then immediately press the DOWN key. NOTE: For Step 2 and 3, if the second key is not
pressed immediately, a confirmation window will appear. The second key press must be pressed within 1
second of the window appearing.
NOTE: After powering down, the Status LEDs cycle and the LCD displays the message “Cooling Down”, until
cool down is complete.
Web User Interface (UI)
1. From the Main Tab, Select Power>OFF.
NOTE: A window will display for confirmation
on powering down (Figure 2-12).
2. Select Yes.
FIGURE 2-12 POWERING DOWN/ WEB USER INTERFACE
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2.2.5 Projector Communications
Status LEDs
Looking from the back of the projector, the LEDs represent, from left to right; Lamp 1, Lamp 2, Power, and
Status. The LEDs will display the colors as shown below:
Projector State
Hard Boot
LEDs
All
Standby Mode
Lamp 1 & 2
Power
LED State
All LEDs amber - means please wait
Off - lamps are off
Amber - AC is present but projector is off or standby
Green - shutter is open
Shutter
Warm-up (Powering ON from standby)
Normal Operation
All
Lamp 1 & 2
Power
Amber - shutter is closed
LEDs cycle green from left to right
Amber - lamp time has expired and lamp should be
replaced
Green - projector is powered up and operating normally
Green - shutter is open
Shutter
Cool-down
All
Error
Lamp 1 & 2
Amber - shutter is closed
LEDs cycle amber from left to right
Amber - lamp time has expired and lamp should be
replaced
Flashing Red - lamp has malfunctioned
Power
Software Upgrade in progress
Lamp Regeneration in progress
All
Lamp 1 & 2
Flashing Red - error has occurred. Details are displayed
on the status display
The pattern will alternate between:
Amber, Off, Amber, Off
and
Off, Amber, Off, Amber
Flashing Green - the lamp is being switched off for its
regeneration period to extend lamp life (typically 15 minutes every 24 hours)
Power
Green - on
or
Amber - standby
Shutter
Green - shutter is open
NOTE: A condition occurs on the first power on after a software upgrade, and is indicated by all the following:
•
•
•
•
The Status LEDs are cycling green
The LCD displays the warning "Image Processor Upgrading"
The LED on the Image Processor card flashes green
The Web page shows a warning that the Image processor card is upgrading.
When this occurs, the projector should not be AC power cycled and the Image Processor card should not be removed.
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3 Operation
This section explains how to operate the projector once it has been setup and installed. Read this section and
familiarize yourself with the components ans menu options before using your projector.
Refer to Safety Warnings and Guidelines in 4 Maintenance.
3.1
Using the Remote Keypad or Built-In Keypad
The projector is typically controlled using one of the following keypads:
• Remote Keypad for wired or wireless control up to 25 feet (8m) away (includes cable for use as a wired
remote) (Figure 3-1).
• Built-in Keypad located at the side of the projector (Figure 3-2).
While each of the keypads provides complete control of the projector, they differ slightly in their arrangement
of keys and in what functions can be accessed directly with a key press rather than requiring use of the menu
system. You may find one keypad more convenient than another for your specific installation and application.
Guide to Keypads
Keep in mind the following guidelines:
Press keys one-at-a-time; there are no simultaneous key combinations required.NOTE: POWER, SHUTTER, and
OSD function by: “press-and-hold” (2 seconds), press twice quickly, or press UP ARROW KEY to switch on or
press DOWN ARROW KEY to switch off (Figure 3-1).
Hold arrow keys down for continuous adjustment/movement in one direction. In serial networks, pause briefly
between adjustments to ensure that more distant projectors can “keep up” with the commands.
If you press a key while the projector is still responding to the previous action, such as during power-up, the
second key press may not take effect. These are toggle keys, which require you to press and hold or press twice
or press and use the up/down arrow keys.
The remote keypad controls the projector by way of wireless communications from a battery-powered infrared
(IR) transmitter. Use the remote keypad the same way you would use a remote keypad supplied with a TV or
VCR. When making key presses, direct the keypad toward the projector front or rear IR sensor. One of the two
IR sensors on the projector will detect the signals and relay the commands for internal processing. A laser
pointer is included in the remote keypad.
See the key descriptions provided for the remote keypad (Figure 3-1).
Laser radiation is emitted from the laser diode in the remote. Do not look directly into
the beam of the laser.
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Remote Keypad
FIGURE 3-1 REMOTE KEYPAD
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Wired Remote
You can convert the remote keypad into a wired remote keypad using the cable provided with the projector.
Connect one end into the remote and the other to the XLR connector on the input panel labeled as wired
keypad. The wired remote is recommended when:
• The built-in keypad is inaccessible
• The lighting conditions are unsuitable for proper IR transmission
NOTE: Leave the batteries in the wired remote for the laser pointer key to work.
Built-in Keypad
FIGURE 3-2 BUILT-IN KEYPAD
The built-in keypad has a LCD status display window which displays all states of the keypad controls. The
LCD displays status information when the projector is powering up “Warm up: Lamp is warming up” and
when the projector is cooling down “Cool down: Lamp is cooling down.” The display shows the state of the
keys, menu structure, and menu items.
Overview of LED and Key States
The LED color of the keys indicates that the key is in one of these states:
• Amber, a functionality is available that will affect the displayed image of the projector
• Blue, a functionality is available that is relevant to the built-in LCD only and will not affect the displayed
image from the projector
• Off, the key is disabled in the current context
• Power Key, used to switch from Standby mode to ON, and from ON to Standby mode; LED always remains
Amber
• Help Key, only available in the On Screen Display (OSD) context; LED is Amber when the menu is being
displayed on the projected image display; when no menu is being displayed, the Help key is still enabled if
the OSD is enabled. It is only disabled when the entire OSD is set to OFF.
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• Auto Key, enabled state when the power is on and there are no test patterns on the screen. If the power is off
or a test pattern is displayed the Auto key is disabled.
• Exit Key, is determined in the specific context of the screen being displayed.
• Input Key, enabled when the power is on. Disabled if the power is off.
• Lens Key, enabled when the power is on. Disabled if the power is off.
• Shutter Key, enabled when the power is on. Disabled if the power is off.
• Menu Key, always remains in the enabled state when the power is on. If the power is off the Menu key is disabled.
• Soft Key, used to select an action indicated by text above the key on the LCD. If no text is shown, the associated key is disabled.
3.1.1 Remote Keypad Commands
Specific keypad commands are explained (Figure 3-1):
Power ON/OFF
Press and hold POWER for two seconds or press twice quickly to action the projector ON or OFF. Or press and
release POWER followed immediately by UP ARROW KEY (ON) or DOWN ARROW KEY (OFF) to guarantee the
correct action (useful if you are unsure of the present state). NOTES: 1) After powering down, the lamp cooling
fan remains on for approximately five minutes to cool the lamp. 2) Avoid turning the projector back on until it
has been off for a few minutes. Hot re-strikes of the lamp will reduce lamp life.
Test
Steps forward through all internal test patterns. After stepping past the last test pattern, you will return to
current input.
Press TEST and then cycle by using the UP ARROW KEY and DOWN ARROW KEY arrow keys, to cycle in either
direction through the test patterns. Press EXIT to return to the current input.
Auto
Initiates an automated process in which the projector optimizes critical display parameters such as size,
position, pixel tracking, etc., for the current source. These parameters are listed in Table 3.1. An auto setup can
save time in perfecting a display and you can modify the adjustments as desired.
Table 3.1 - Auto Setup
OPTIMIZES:
Pixel Tracking
Pixel Phase
Size and Blanking
Vertical Stretch
Position
Input Levels
SETS TO DEFAULT:
Contrast
Brightness
Auto Input Level (off)
Detail (if video source)
Filter
Luma Delay
NOTE: You must have an unlocked channel present to use Auto Setup.
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The best auto setup will be obtained under the following conditions:
• Input levels, it is best to have an image with saturated (very bright) colors.
• Phase, high contrast edges are needed.
To determine active window size:
• Video images should have whites and blacks in the image.
• Wide range video images should have content (including white) that extends to all edges of the image.
Channel
Select a specific source setup (channel) defined and stored in projector memory. Once you enter a two-digit
channel number (or, if there is a list displayed, highlight it and press ENTER), the display will automatically
change and update according to the numerous setup parameters defined for that channel. NOTE: A new
channel is automatically created if you adjust an image from a new source.
NOTE: CHANNEL key behavior during a presentation depends on whether or not the Display Channel List
option is enabled in the Menu Preferences menu. You can choose to use a scrollable list of channels when
you press CHANNEL, or you may prefer to enter the desired channel number “blind”, i.e., without on-screen
feedback. See Menu Preferences later in this section.
Slot 1, 2, 3, 4
Press to display the next active input on the card in the slot.
Input
Displays all inputs in all slots, both active and inactive. Scroll through the list to select an input for the main
image. Press Input again to show the list and select the picture-in-picture (PIP) image.
PIP
Turns PIP ON or OFF.
Swap
Swaps the main and PIP images.
Contrast
Changes the level of peak white in your images. Use LEFT/RIGHT ARROW KEY until you reach the desired level
of contrast—for best results, start low and increase so that whites remain bright but are not distorted or tinted
and that light areas do not become fully white (i.e., “crushed”). Conversely, low contrast causes dim images.
Bright
Increases or decreases the black level in the image. Use LEFT/RIGHT ARROW KEY until you reach the desired
level of brightness. For best results, start high and decrease so that dark areas do not become fully black (i.e.,
“crushed”). Conversely, overly high brightness changes black to dark gray, causing washed-out images.
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Gamma
Determines how gray shades are displayed between minimum input (black) and maximum input (white) for a
given amount of signal. The proper setting helps maintain optimized blacks and whites while ensuring a
smooth transition for the “in-between” values utilized in grays. Unlike brightness and contrast controls, the
overall tone of an image can be lightened or darkened without changing the two extremes and your images will
be more vibrant yet with good detail in dark areas when using the Gamma control.
The nominal setting for Gamma Correction of 0 is correct for most signals and conditions. If excess ambient
light washes out the image and it becomes difficult or impossible to see details in dark areas, increase the
gamma correction setting to compensate. NOTE: The range for this control has changed.
Number Keys
Press 1 to 9 to enter a value in a text box or to select a menu item.
10+
Press 0 before pressing another number to enter a number greater than 9, e.g. press 0 then 2 to enter the number
12 as a menu selection. NOTE: When entering numbers in a text field, this button acts as 0.
Help
Press HELP to display context-sensitive help. Press HELP again to toggle the help window OFF.
Menu
Press MENU to enter or exit the projector’s menu system.
OSD (On-screen display)
Press OSD then DOWN ARROW to hide the projector’s menu system during use. To see the menus again, do one
of the following:
• Press and hold OSD for two seconds.
• Press and release OSD followed immediately by UP ARROW.
• Press OSD, OSD.
Invisible menus are fully functional, enabling “hidden” access to numbered features and image adjustments by
entering the corresponding sequence of key presses on the keypad.
NOTE: With OSD “on”, you can still hide error messages and slide bars by disabling these options in the
Menu Preferences menu.
Shutter
Press and hold SHUTTER for two seconds to toggle the internal mechanical shutter blade closed or open with a
single keystroke. Or press and release SHUTTER followed immediately by UP ARROW KEY (closed) or DOWN
ARROW KEY (open) to guarantee the correct state (useful if you are unsure of the present state). Alternatively,
press SHUTTER, SHUTTER to toggle from the present on/off state. A closed shutter blanks the display (turns it to
black). Close the shutter to block the displayed image while maintaining access to projector functions.
Opening the shutter restores the image. NOTES: 1) The LCD display shows the current state of the shutter. 2)
The shutter is open upon power-up.
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Function Key
IF WITHIN A NUMERIC FIELD IN A MENU: Use FUNC to enter a negative number.
IF WITHIN A TEXT FIELD: Press FUNC followed by the UP ARROW KEY or DOWN ARROW KEY to convert
between capital and lower case letters. Press FUNC followed by the LEFT ARROW KEY or RIGHT ARROW KEY to
insert or delete a character. Press FUNC followed by ENTER to delete all characters.
IF WITHIN A PRESENTATION: Press FUNC followed by two numeric
numbers to enable a specific color or colors in the display (see right). For
example,
will display only red, and
will display
green data. Eliminating one or more colors can help with certain diagnostics
and setups, such as when accurately overlaying one image on top of another
from stacked projectors. NOTE: Color enabling can also be implemented
from numerous locations within the menu system.
Press FUNC followed by HELP to disable Keystone, Edge Blending and
Brightness Uniformity settings. This will disable the features without
changing the settings associated with them.
FIGURE 3-3 FUNCTION KEY
Projector
Press PROJ to access a specific projector within a group of projectors or to confirm if the local projector is
listening. The number in the “Enter Number” window indicates which projector is currently listening to
commands, and will match the projector number that has been defined in the Menu Preferences menu.
The PROJ checkbox (read-only) shows whether or not the projector physically connected to a keypad is
listening to commands from that keypad. A checkmark means that connected projector is listening; if there is
no checkmark, you are communicating with a different projector.
To control a specific projector with the keypad, press PROJ and then enter the three-digit number assigned to
the projector you want to use. If you switch to a projector other than the one you are currently using, the
checkmark will disappear.
To broadcast to multiple projectors, press PROJ and then PROJ again without entering a projector number.
Keypad commands will then effect all projectors present. NOTE: There is no method of controlling a group of
projectors within the same wired configuration using the wired keypad exclusively, since there is only one
wired protocol available. NOTE: The projector’s address can be set in the Configuration Menu> Communications Submenu.
Enter
Press ENTER to select a highlighted item, to toggle a checkbox, or to accept a parameter adjustment and return
to the previous menu or image.
Exit
Press EXIT to return to the previous level, such as the previous menu. NOTE: EXIT does not save changes within
text editing boxes (including number editing of a slide bar value) or within pull-down lists. It acts as a
“cancel” in these cases.
Arrow Keys
Use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROW KEY to change a slide bar value or to select a different option within a pull-down
list without having to first scroll through options or navigate within a menu, pull-down list or text box.
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Lens H and Lens V
When adjusting the image for focus, zoom or horizontal and vertical positioning, use the specific arrow keys
(LEFT/RIGHT ARROW KEY or UP/DOWN ARROW KEY) related to each function. A small window will appear to
indicate the type of adjustment taking place. For example,
•
•
•
•
Use the FOCUS and the LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROW KEY to improve image clarity as desired.
Use the ZOOM and the LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROW KEY to achieve a desired image size.
Use the LENS H and the LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROW KEY to position the image horizontally.
Use the LENS V and the UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW KEY to position the image vertically.
Press EXIT to return to a presentation level. NOTE: Use the LENS key (built-in keypad) with the general UP/
DOWN ARROW KEY to get the same effect as if using the arrow keys related to “Lens V” or “Lens H” on the
Remote Keypad. All 4 lens settings can be adjusted by using the soft keys.
Laser
Press LASER to activate the laser pointer on the remote. Point the remote
at the screen to highlight an area of your presentation.
NOTE: Leave batteries in the wired remote keypad for the LASER key to
work.
3.2
Navigating the Menus
Main Menu
Most of the projector controls are accessed from
within the projector’s menu system. There are several
groups of related functions, with each group selectable
from the Main menu as shown at right. Press MENU at
any time to display this Main menu.
On the remote keypad, enter the number corresponding to the function menu you wish to access, such as 2
for the Image Settings menu. Or use the UP/DOWN
ARROW KEY on any keypad to highlight the desired
option, then press ENTER. The corresponding function
menu or pull-down list of further options will appear.
FIGURE 3-4 MAIN MENU
With a function menu displayed, enter a menu option number for any numbered option, or use the UP/DOWN
ARROW KEY to highlight the desired option and then press ENTER. Long menus have a scroll bar on the right—
use the arrow keys to access the remainder of the menu. Locked items or items that do not pertain to the current
action or condition appear dimmed and cannot be selected.
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When finished with a Function menu:
• Press EXIT to return to the previous screen.
OR
• Press MENU to leave the menu system and return to the presentation.
NOTES: 1) If there is no signal present, all source-dependent adjustments are disabled. 2) After 15 minutes
of inactivity, the projector leaves the menu system and returns to the presentation. 3) The Status menu is
read-only.
On-line Help
Press HELP to display summary information about the current menu or highlighted option. Press HELP again to
exit.
FIGURE 3-5 ON-LINE HELP
The Global Icon
Menu options that include this icon apply universally. Menu options without this icon apply to the
selected channel only.
Using Slide bars and Other Controls
Most of the function menus allow you to change settings by using slide bars, checkboxes, and pull-down lists.
Navigating options:
• Enter the menu option number corresponding to the setting you wish to change (for example, press MENU 1 3
to select “Vertical Stretch” in the Size and Position menu).
• Move the highlight to the option desired and press ENTER.
• Move the highlight to the option desired and press LEFT/RIGHT ARROW KEY to adjust immediately.
• You can bypass the menus entirely and use a single key to immediately access an adjustment during your
presentation (applies only to options having their own key, such as Contrast, Brightness, Gamma, etc.).
• For “blind” access, hide the entire menu system (see OSD key, above) and access using the proper sequence
of key presses.
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Slide bars in menus – The current value for a given parameter,
such as size or vertical stretch, appears to the left of its slide bar
icon (adjustment window). This number often expresses a
percentage, or it may have units associated with it (such as
FIGURE 3-6 EXAMPLE OF SLIDE BAR
pixels), depending on the specific option. Press LEFT/RIGHT
ARROW KEY to gradually adjust the setting up or down—both the
number and the length of the bar change accordingly. Hold for continuous adjustment. Or press ENTER to
activate a slide bar text box for specific number entry via the keypad and then press ENTER to save (or press
EXIT to cancel).
“Direct” slide bars - For quick access, to Gamma, Brightness, and Contrast slide bars without traveling the
menu system. Press Gamma, Brightness, or Contrast to display the contrast slide bar.
Use the arrow keys to adjust a direct slide bar, or press ENTER and enter a specific number from the keypad,
then ENTER or LEFT ARROW KEY or RIGHT ARROW KEY to save (or EXIT to cancel). When you are done, press EXIT
to save and return to your presentation.
NOTES: 1) You can still adjust a direct slide bar as usual if the display is turned off (see OSD or Menu
Preferences menu) — the slide bar just won’t be visible. 2) A direct slide bar disappears if it is not used
within five seconds.
Checkboxes - Conditions are present if its adjacent checkbox
contains a checkmark. To toggle the checkbox, highlight and
press ENTER, or highlight and use RIGHT ARROW KEY to check and
LEFT ARROW KEY to uncheck. If a checkbox is numbered, enter its
number to immediately toggle the checkbox.
FIGURE 3-7 EXAMPLE OF CHECKBOX
Pull-down lists – To see a pull-down list of options available for a
given parameter:
• Highlight the list and press ENTER; or
• Enter the menu option number
Use the UP ARROW KEY or DOWN ARROW KEY to navigate up and down within the list. Press ENTER to choose an
option from the list.
FIGURE 3-8 EXAMPLE OF PULL-DOWN LIST
If you prefer to quickly scroll through a list without first pulling it down, highlight the option and use LEFT
ARROW KEY or RIGHT ARROW KEY. Press ENTER when the desired choice appears. NOTES: 1) Press LEFT ARROW
KEY or RIGHT ARROW KEY to jump between pages in an extra long pull-down list. 2) Press EXIT while in a pulldown list to cancel any change.
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Editing Text
Activate the Edit Window: To enter or edit text, highlight the desired parameter (such as a channel name) and
press ENTER to activate its adjacent edit window. Any previously entered text is displayed with its first
character highlighted in a square cursor, signifying that this character is ready for editing.
Navigate Within the Edit Window: Press RIGHT ARROW KEY to move the cursor forward or LEFT ARROW KEY
to move the cursor backwards as desired.
FIGURE 3-9 - ENTERING TEXT
Edit a character: To edit a highlighted character, use UP ARROW KEY and DOWN ARROW KEY to scroll through
the alphabet, numbers, spaces and punctuation available. When the character you need appears, press RIGHT
ARROW KEY to select it—the cursor will move to the next available character of current text. To convert a lower
case letter into a capital letter, position the cursor on the letter and press FUNC followed by the UP ARROW KEY.
To convert a capital letter into a lower case letter, position the cursor on the letter and press FUNC followed by
the DOWN ARROW KEY. NOTE: Also enter numbers directly from the keypad.
To convert a lower case capital letter, position on the letter and press FUNC followed by the UP ARROW KEY, To
convert a capital letter into a lower case letter, position on the letter and press FUNC followed by the DOWN
ARROW KEY.
Add or Delete a Character or Space: To insert a space at the cursor location, press FUNC then the RIGHT
ARROW KEY. To delete a highlighted character (or space), press FUNC then the LEFT ARROW KEY.
Delete all Characters: Press FUNC followed by ENTER.
FIGURE 3-10 ADD/DELETE CHARACTER OR SPACE
Press Enter When Finished: To accept edits and leave the edit window, press ENTER.
NOTE: Press EXIT at any time to cancel changes and return to the previously defined text.
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Edit numerical values:
Enter numbers directly from the keypad to specify numbers representing projectors channels (source setups),
or slots. As each digit is entered, it is inserted on the right of the field, and the numbers already in the field are
shifted on the left. The channel numbers are defined with two digits—for example, if you enter only a single
digit (such as “7”) for a channel number, the channel will automatically be defined as “07”. Enter “07” to
utilize this channel. If you press any non-numbered key, the number entered up to that point is accepted and
updated as the new value. Press EXIT to cancel editing of numerical values.
3.3
Alarm Conditions
An alarm condition consists of a message that is on the LCD display located beside the built-in keypad (Figure
3-11).
There are two types of alarm conditions:
• Warning Alarm
• Critical Alarm
A warning alarm is shown when an error or a non-optimal condition has occurred. That will generally not
prevent the projector from operating. An example is when a temperature is slightly elevated.
A critical alarm is shown when a condition occurs that could prevent the projector from operating and could
cause damage to the projector. This may cause the projector to shut down automatically. An example would be
a fan not running.
Both alarm types display:
• the item of alarm
• the status of the item
The item of the alarm can be either physical, i.e. fan or sensor, or the alarm can be a software issue, i.e. lamp
driver. The LCD displays the status of the item and its units; if applicable. If the status of the item is out of
normal range an alarm is created. When the status of the item is within normal range the alarm will clear.
NOTES: 1) When an alarm is displayed in the LCD display, the built-in keypad is disabled. To confirm the
alarm, press the OK soft key to enable the built-in keypad. 2) The alarm condition can also be viewed using
the remote in the read only Status menu.
FIGURE 3-11 EXAMPLE OF ALARM CONDITION
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4 Maintenance
4.1
Filters
4.1.1 Optional Filters
Use only special, high efficiency Christie approved filters.
This projector is not equipped with fan finger guards. Keep fingers away from the fan
blades when replacing filter.
Dust Air Filter
CHECK: Monthly
Check projector air dust filters, at minimum, every month.
Dust air filters (if fitted), should be replaced whenever the lamp is replaced or between 200-500 hours,
depending on use. A clogged air filter reduces air flow and can lead to overheating and failure of the projector.
Check monthly by inspecting its color through the side vent grille with a flashlight. Replace grey colored
filters. Leave the filters in their sealed packaging until ready for use.
Replace Filters:
1. Unscrew the 2 captive screws at the top of each filter
door (Figure 4-1). Allow the door to rest down and
away from the projector.
2. Slide the air filter out and replace, vacuum or wash
the filter. Wash using mild soap and water. NOTE:
Dry the filter before using.
3. Insert the new or cleaned air filter(s).
4. Secure the filter door by tightening the 2 captive
screws loosened in Step 1.
FIGURE 4-1 REPLACE FILTER
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Fog Filter
Fog filters should be replaced after each use of the projector to a maximum of 20 hours. The life of the filter is
approximately 20 hours based on environmental conditions. Leave the filters in their sealed packaging until
ready for use. NOTE: The fog filters cannot be re-used or they will clog up with oil and the projector will
overheat and shutdown.
Replace Filters:
1. Unscrew the 2 captive screws at the top of each filter door (Figure 4-1). Allow the door to rest down, away
from the projector.
2. Slide the filter (or dust air filter, if fitted) out.
3. Insert the new air fog filter with ensuring the white layer facing into the projector. NOTE: Each filter is a
two-stage filter; the black activated charcoal layer faces out, and the white layer faces the projector.
4. Secure the filter door by tightening the 2 captive screws loosened in Step 1.
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5 Troubleshooting
If the projector is not operating properly, note the symptoms and use this section as a guide to resolve the
problem. If the problem cannot be resolved. contact your dealer for assistance. NOTE: A Christie accredited
service technician is required when opening an enclosure to diagnose any “probable cause”.
5.1
Power
5.1.1 Projector Does Not Power ON
1. Ensure projector is plugged in? Check power switch above power cord is in the ON position.
2. Check that the Status LEDs are ON. While the projector is busy initializing, the LEDs should be
cycling. When finished initializing, the Power and Shutter LEDs (the two on the right) should be on.
3. Check the LCD display. While the projector is busy initializing, the display should show “Please wait”.
When finished initializing, the display should show “Standby mode”.
4. Check the LCD display for any warnings or errors.
5.2
Lamp
5.2.1 Lamp Does Not Ignite
1. Is there an interlock failure? Check the LCD display for an error. If the other lamp has ignited and an
image can be seen, use the remote keypad and check the Status menu for any errors and for the Lamp door
interlock status. If not lamp has ignited, use the Virtual OSD on the web interface to check these items. The
interlock failure could be an open lamp door or a failed lamp fan.
2. Using the remote keypad or Virtual OSD as above, check the lamp mode in the Lamp menu. This may be
set to a single lamp or dual lamp mode. Check in the Status menu what the reported mode is.
3. For suspected communication failures, power-down the projector and try again.
4. If the lamp does not ignite after the second attempt and after powering down and up again (complete AC
power down, then replace the lamp.
5.2.2 Lamp Suddenly Turns OFF
1. Check lamp power through the remote keypad checking the Lamp menu or from the web user interface
Advanced: Lamp menu. Try increasing lamp power.
2. Check for an alarm condition on the LCD keypad display.
3. Replace the lamp.
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5.2.3 Flicker, Shadows Or Dimness
1. Check lamp power through the remote keypad checking the Lamp menu or from the web user interface
Advanced: Lamp menu. Try increasing lamp power.
2. Replace the lamp.
5.3
LCD
5.3.1 Blank Screen, No Menu Displaying
1. Press any arrow key on the built-in keypad. The backlight on the LCD and the backlight for the built-in
keypad should turn on. If the LCD is still blank, restart the projector.
5.4
Remote Keypad
5.4.1 Remote Keypad Does Not Seem to Work
1. Replace the batteries.
2. Check if IR signals are received by the projector. Pressing any key on the remote control towards the front
or rear sensor, the Status LED will blink, regardless if any command is executed. If the LED does not
blink, restart the projector.
3. Ensure the remote keypad is enabled. If the projector is powered, using the built-in keypad, open the OSD
menu and go to the Main Menu>Configuration>Communication submenu and check the check boxes for
Front IR Enabled and Rear IR Enabled are checked. Enable them if they were disabled and try again.
4. Projector is busy. If the projector is busy in a warm-up mode or in a cool-down mode, the commands from
the remote keypad may be ignored. Wait until the projector reaches a stable state (Power ON or Stand By)
and try again.
5. Press the PROJ key on the remote keypad. If this brings up a pop-up box on the OSD, ensure that the
check box is marked to enable the projector.
6. Using the XLR connector, use the remote as a “wired” keypad. If it does work and all the IR sensors have
been enabled, then there may be a problem with the IR sensors.
5.5
OSD
5.5.1 The OSD Menu does not display
1. Using the LCD, ensure that OSD menu is enabled, scroll-down until the item OSD appears. The LCD
shows “OSD: off”. Press and hold the OSD soft key on the built-in keypad. The LCD now shows “OSD
on” then press the menu key on the remote keypad.
OR
2. Press and hold the OSD key on the remote keypad for 2-3 seconds, then press the menu key.
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5.6
Ethernet
5.6.1 Trouble Establishing Communication with Projector
1. Ensure any address changes have been saved, and reboot to implement. If you still have trouble
establishing communications with a projector added to an existing Ethernet network, the projector’s IP
address is likely in conflict with another address already in use. Contact your network administrator.
2. Ensure Ethernet settings are valid for the site. All devices should have the same subnet mask yet unique IP
addresses.
5.7
Displays
5.7.1 The projector is on but there is no display
1. Was a lens cover accidently left on? Remove lens cover.
2. On the LCD display, check that the shutter is open. This will also be indicated by the shutter LED being
green.
3. Is the correct input selected. Check cable connections.
4. Check if menus appear on the screen.
5. Can you access test pattern? Ensure a full black test pattern has not been selected for display, press Menu
to access test patterns, then cycle patterns with keys. Check your source connections again.
5.7.2 Severe Motion Artifacts
1. Most likely there is a synchronization problem with reversed 3-2 pull-down in 60Hz-to-24Hz film-todigital conversion in your source. Correct at the source.
2. Set the projector to run in Free run. Open OSD menu and go to Input Switching & PIP. Ensure that running
mode is set to Free run not to Frame Lock.
3. Display a test pattern on the screen, pressing the Test button on the remote keypad. The test pattern should
be displayed correctly. If not, contact your dealer for assistance.
5.7.3 Image Appears ‘Squeezed’ or Vertically Stretched into Center of Screen
1. Run auto setup, pressing Auto button on the remote keypad.
2. Check your Resizing selection.
5.7.4 The Display is Jittery or Unstable
1. If the display is jittery or blinking erratically, ensure that the source is properly connected and of adequate
quality for detection. With poor quality or improperly connected source, the projector will repeatedly
attempt to display an image, however briefly.
2. The horizontal and vertical scan frequency of the input signal may be out of range for the projector. Refer
to 6 Specifications for scan frequency ranges.
3. The sync signal may be inadequate. Correct the problem at the source.
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5.7.5 The Display is Faint
1. Brightness and/or contrast and/or gamma may be set incorrectly.
2. The source may be double terminated. Ensure the source is terminated only once.
3. The source (if non-video) may need a different sync tip clamp location.
5.7.6 The Upper Portion of the Display is Waving, Tearing or Jittering
This can occur with video or VCR sources. Check your source.
5.7.7 Portions of the Display are Cut Off or Warped to the Opposite edge
Resizing may need adjustment. Adjust until entire image is visible and centered.
5.7.8 Display Appears Compressed (Vertically Stretched)
1. The frequency of the pixel sampling clock is incorrect for the current source.
2. Sizing and positioning options may be adjusted poorly for the incoming source signal.
3. Use an anamorphic lens for typical HDTV and anamorphic DVD sources that have been re-sized and
vertically stretched, via 3rd-party software.
5.7.9 Data is Cropped from Edges
To display the missing material, reduce image size to fill the display area available in the projector, then stretch
vertically to fill the screen from top to bottom. Add the anamorphic lens to regain image width.
5.7.10 Display Quality Appears to Drift from Good to Bad, Bad to Good
1. The source input signal may be of low quality.
2. The H or V frequency of the input may have changed at the source end.
5.7.11 Display has Suddenly Frozen
If the screen blacks out inexplicably, it is possible that excessive voltage noise on the AC or ground input has
interrupted the projector’s ability to lock on to a signal. Power down the projector and disconnect from AC.
Then plug in again and power up as usual.
5.7.12 Colors in the Display are Inaccurate
1. The color, tint, color space and/or color temperature settings may require adjustment at your input source.
2. Try Auto Setup.
3. Ensure signal connections are correct.
4. Ensure the proper channel for this source is being used.
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5.7.13 Display is Not Rectangular
1. Check leveling of the projector. Ensure the lens surface and screen are parallel to one another.
2. Is the vertical offset correct? Make the necessary adjustments to the vertical offset on the lens mount.
5.7.14 Display is “Noisy”
1. Display adjustment at the input source may be required. Adjust pixel tracking, phase and filter. Noise is
particularly common on YPbPr signals from a DVD player.
2. Ensure the video input is terminated (75 ohms). If it is the last connection in a loop-through chain, the
video input should be terminated at the last source input only.
3. The input signal and/or signal cables carrying the input signal may be of poor quality.
4. If the distance between the input source device and the projector is greater than 25 feet, signal amplification/conditioning may be required.
5. If the source is a VCR or off-air broadcast, detail may be set too high.
5.8
Web Interface
5.8.1 After upgrading the projector software, the Web pages do not display correctly
1. After upgrading, the temporary internet files and cookies must be cleared from the Web Internet Browser to
ensure that Web UI changes can take effect.
2. Using the Internet Explorer menu bar, select Tools> Internet Options. Click Delete from the Browsing
history option. Click Delete files. Once the Delete Files window displays, click Yes. Then click Delete
cookies. Once the Delete Cookies window displays, click Yes then click Close. Click OK to close the
Internet Options window.
3. Close the browser and re-open before connecting to the projector.
5.8.2 A backup or Interrogator file cannot be saved
After performing a backup of Interrogator, you may be prompted from a pop-up window before saving the file.
If you have not specifically set Internet Explorer to automatically open/save the file without prompting, and if
pop-up windows have been disabled (by enabling the pop-up blocker), then you will not be able to save the
file.
Disable the pop-up blocker from Main>Tools>Pop-up Blocker. NOTE: Different types of toolbars have the
potential to block pop-ups.
OR as shown in Figure 5-1:
1. Using the Internet Explorer menu bar, select Tools>Internet Options to open the Internet Options
window.
2. Select Internet, then click Custom Level to open the Security Settings-Internet Zone window.
3. Scroll down the list until you see “Downloads” option setting. Ensure the “Automatic promting for file
downloads” and “File Download” options are enabled, then click OK. Once the Warning window
displays, click OK.
4. Using the Internet Option window, select Local intranet, then click Custom Level. Repeat Step 3.
NOTE: Other versions of Internet Explorer may display different options.
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6 Specifications
This section provides detailed M Series features; including inputs, lamp, and power requirements.
NOTE: Due to continuing research, detailed features are subject to change without notice.
6.1
Feature Set
6.1.1 Air Filters (Optional)
Filter media types
Filter access
Coarse foam filter
Fog filter
Service-interchangeable via access panel
6.1.2 Lamps
Dual Mercury lamp system
6.2
Lamps are accessed from side of projector
Lamps are individually swappable while the
projector is running
Input (Source Signal) Compatibility
Analog (Only) Input
Twin HDMI Input
Dual Link DVI Input
Video Decoder Input
Dual SD/HD-SDI Input
DMX512 Interface
6.3
Control Signal Compatibility
6.3.1 Projector Control
Remote Control
RS-232
RS-422
Ethernet
USB 2.0 Device Port
GPIO
DMX512 Interface
Built-In Keypad and Display
AMX/Crestron Support
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6.4
Power Requirements
Rated voltage
Rated Current (dual lamp operation) 370W 1080p
200 W 1080p
370W SXGA+
200W SXGA+
370W WUXGA
200 W WUXGA
370W WXGA
200W WXGA
Line frequency
AC Input Coupler
Type of connector
Line Cord
Inrush Current
Maximum Power Consumption
370 W 1080p
350 W 1080p
300 W 1080p
200 W 1080p
150 W 1080p
370 W SXGA+
350 W SXGA+
300 W SXGA+
200 W SXGA+
150 W SXGA+
370 W WUXGA
350 W WUXGA
300 W WUXGA
200 W WUXGA
150 W WUXGA
370 W WXGA
350 W WXGA
300 W WXGA
200 W WXGA
150 W WXGA
Maximum Current at 100V
370 W 1080p
350 W 1080p
300 W 1080p
200 W 1080p
150 W 1080p
370 W SXGA+
350 W SXGA+
300 W SXGA+
200 W SXGA+
150 W SXGA+
370 W WUXGA
350 W WUXGA
300 W WUXGA
200 W WUXGA
150 W WUXGA
370 W WXGA
350 W WXGA
300 W WXGA
200 W WXGA
150 W WXGA
6-2
100 VAC – 240 VAC
12 A @ 100 VAC
9 A @ 100 VAC
12 A @ 100 VAC
9 A @ 100 VAC
12 A @ 100 VAC
9 A @ 100 VAC
12 A @ 100 VAC
9 A @ 100 VAC
50/60 Hz
15 A, 250 VAC
IEC 320-C14 with wire cable clamp
14AWG type FT1 with plug, NEMA 5-15P, 15A
60 A max
Dual Lamp
Single Lamp
1320 W
831 W
1267 W
805 W
1135 W
739 W
871 W
607 W
739 W
541 W
1320 W
831 W
1267 W
805 W
1135 W
739 W
871 W
607 W
739 W
541 W
1320 W
831 W
1267 W
805 W
1135 W
739 W
871 W
607 W
739 W
541 W
1320 W
831 W
1267 W
805 W
1135 W
739 W
871 W
607 W
739 W
541 W
13.2 A
12.7 A
11.4 A
8.7 A
7.4 A
13.2 A
12.7 A
11.4 A
8.7 A
7.4 A
13.2 A
12.7 A
11.4 A
8.7 A
7.4 A
13.2 A
12.7 A
11.4 A
8.7 A
7.4 A
8.3 A
8.0 A
7.4 A
6.1 A
5.4 A
8.3 A
8.0 A
7.4 A
6.1 A
5.4 A
8.3 A
8.0 A
7.4 A
6.1 A
5.4 A
8.3 A
8.0 A
7.4 A
6.1 A
5.4 A
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6.4.1
Lamp Specification
Type
Mercury Lamp (Hg)
Power
350W HD/350W SX+/350W WU/350W WX
200W HD/200W SX+/200W WU/200W WX
DLV Models (HD/SX+)
350W Lamp rated lamp life to 50% brightness (2 hrs on, 15
min. off duty cycle)
200W Lamp rated lamp life to 50% brightness (2 hrs on, 15
min. off duty cycle)
Warm-up time (to full output)
Operating position
300 W min., 370 W max (software
adjustable)
150 W min., 200 W max (software
adjustable)
150W only, (not software adjustable)
1300 hrs typical @ 370W
1500 hrs typical @ 350W
2000 hrs typical @ 300W
2000 hrs typical @ 200W
3000 hrs typical @ 150W
5 minutes max
±20 deg max tilt of lamp axis from horizontal
6.4.2 Accessories and Service Components
Product Name
Part Number
Standard Image Processor
Dual Image Processor
Analog Input
Dual Link DVI Input
Video Decoder Input
Dual SD/HD-SDI Input
Twin HDMI Input
DMX512 Interface
Air Filter Dust
Air Filter Fog
Stacking Frame
Ceiling Mount
Lens ILS 0.73:1SX+/0.67:1HD
Lens ILS 1.25-1.6SX+/1.16-1.49HD
Lens ILS 1.5-2.0SX+/1.4-1.8HD
Lens ILS 2.0-2.8SX+/1.8-2.6HD
Lens ILS 2.8-4.5SX+/2.6-4.1HD
Lens ILS 4.5-7.5SX+/4.1-6.9HD
Lens ILS 7.5-11.2SX+/6.9-10.4HD
Lens ILS 1.2SX+/1.1HD
Lens ILS 1.2SX+/1.1HD
Portrait Adapter
Module IR Keypad w/Laser
HARN Wired Keypad External
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Lens Throw Ratio
Throw Ratio
Fixed
Zoom
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Lens Description
Part Number
WXGA
SXGA+
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WUXGA
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IEC60950-1:2001
2002/95/EC RoHS
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Appendix A:GPIO
This section explains how to use a GPIO link from the projector to external equipment, such as devices for
3D synchronizing.
A.1 GPIO Port
The GPIO connector located on the input panel provides a
flexible method of interfacing a wide range of external I/
O devices to the projector. There are 7 GPIO pins
available on the 9pin D-Sub GPIO connector, which are
configurable via RS232 commands (Figure A-1). The
other two pins are reserved for ground and power - see
table below for pin identification.
FIGURE A-1 GPIO CONNECTOR
Table A.1 GPIO Pin
GPIO PINS
PIN #
SIGNAL
Pin 1
+ 12V (200mA)
Pin 2
GPIO 2
Pin 3
GPIO 4
Pin 4
GPIO 6
Pin 5
Ground
Pin 6
GPIO 1
Pin 7
GPIO 3
Pin 8
GPIO 5
Pin 9
GPIO 7
The serial cable required for connecting the external device to the projector’s GPIO connector, must be
compatible with the external device.
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Appendix A: GPIO
Configuring the GPIO
The GPIO connector can be configured to automate any number of events using the serial command code GIO.
Each Pin is defined as either an input or output depending on the desired outcome. Configure the pin as an
input if you want the projector to respond to something the device does and as an output if you want the
external device to respond to an action taken by the projector. For example, configure the pin as an output if
you want the lighting in a room to automatically dim when the projector is turned on.
By using the GIO command, you can also set the state of each output pin as high or low. By default, the state of
each pin is high. The voltage applied to pins in the high state is +3.3V.
A low state (or value of 0) will be read on an input pin if the circuit attached to the pin is open. A high state (or
value of 1) will be read on an input pin if the circuit attached to the pin is shorted to ground. This corresponds
to a switch closing event (Figure A-2).
FIGURE A-2 OPEN/ CLOSE STATE OF PIN
Example 1. Turn room lighting on when the projector is turned off. (Assumes a control/automation unit is
configured to turn the lights on when pin 2 of its input goes high.)
(GIO+CNFG “OOOIIII”)
Set pin #2, 3 & 4 configuration to output and
pin 6, 7, 8 & 9 to input
(GIO+STAT “HLXXXXX”)
Set pin #2 to high, pin 3 to low and the state of
all other pins unchanged
Query Command
(GIO+STAT)
Request the state of all pins
(GIO+STAT “HLLHLLH”)
Reply of pin states - H means pin is high, L
means pin is low
(GIO+CNFG)
Request the configuration of all pins
(GIO+CNFG “IIIOOOO”)
Reply of pin configurations - pins 2, 3 & 4 are
Inputs, pins 6, 7, 8 & 9 are Outputs
NOTE: The strings in the commands refer to pins 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 in order from left to right.
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