Apple air filter User`s manual

Projector
CP-S210/CP-S210T/CP-S210F
CP-S210W/CP-S210WT/CP-S210WF
User's Manual - Operating Guide
Thank you for purchasing this projector.
WARNING Before using, read the "User's Manual - Safety Guide" and
these manuals to ensure correct usage through understanding. After reading,
store them in a safe place for future reference.
NOTE • The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
• The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this manual.
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Contents
Projector Features …………………3
Preparation …………………………3
Part Names …………………………4
The Projector ………………………4
Fastening The Lens Cap …………4
The Remote Control ………………6
Setting Up ……………………………7
Arrangement ………………………7
Adjusting The Projector’s
Elevator ……………………………8
Connecting Your Devices…………9
Connecting Power Supply ………11
Remote Control ……………………12
Putting Batteries …………………12
Operating The Remote Control…13
Power ON/OFF ……………………14
Turning On The Power …………14
Selecting An Input Signal ………15
Turning Off The Power …………16
Operating …………………………17
Adjusting The Volume …………17
Temporarily Muting The Sound…17
Adjusting The Position …………18
Using The Automatic
Adjustment Feature………………19
Correcting Keystone
Distortions…………………………19
Using The Magnify Feature ……20
Freezing The Screen ……………20
Signal Searching …………………21
Selecting The Aspect Ratio ……21
Temporarily Blanking
The Screen ………………………21
2
Multifunctional Settings …………22
Using The Menu Functions ……22
MAIN Menu ………………………23
PICTURE-1 Menu ………………24
PICTURE-2 Menu ………………26
INPUT Menu ……………………27
AUTO Menu ………………………29
SCREEN Menu …………………30
OPTION Menu ……………………31
Lamp ………………………………32
Replacing The Lamp ……………33
Air Filter ……………………………34
Caring For The Air Filter…………34
Replacing The Air Filter …………35
Other Care …………………………36
Caring For The Inside
Of The Projector …………………36
Caring For The Lens ……………36
Caring For The Cabinet
And Remote Control ……………36
Troubleshooting …………………37
Related Messages ………………37
Regarding
The Indicator Lamps ……………39
Phenomena That May Easily Be
Mistaken For Machine Defects …41
Warranty And After-Service ……42
Specifications ……………………43
Projector Features
This multimedia projector is used to project various computer signals as well as
NTSC / PAL / SECAM video signals onto a screen. Little space is required for
installation and large images can easily be realized.
●Ultra High Brightness
Crisp, ultra-bright presentations is achieved by using a UHB (ultra high brightness) lamp and a highly
efficient optical system.
●Whisper Mode Equipped
Special mode is available for reducing projector noise to achieve quieter operation.
●User Memory Function
This projector can memorize 4 settings by MY MEMORY function.
●Partial Magnification Function
Interesting parts of images can be magnified for closer viewing.
●Keystone Distortion Correction
Quick correction of distorted images electrically.
Preparation
Please see the “Contents Of Package” of the “User’s Manual – Quick Guide”.
Your projector should come with the items shown there. Contact your dealer
anything is missing.
NOTE • Keep the original packing material for future reshipment.
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Part Names
Indicates the corresponding
reference page
The Projector
Zoom ring 15
34
Focus ring 15
Air filter cover
(An air filter is
inside.)
Lens
(The picture is
projected from
here.)
13 Remote sensor
8 Elevator button
8 Elevator feet
Lens cap 14
Projector (Front/Right)
Fastening The Lens Cap
To avoid losing, please fasten the lens cap to the projector using the strap.
1
Fix the strap to the strap ring of lens
cap, as the right drawing.
Lens cap
Strap ring
Strap
Pull
2
Put one piece of the strap into the
groove on rivet, as the right drawing.
Strap
3
Rivet
Push the rivet into the strap hole.
Strap
hole
Push in
(Bottom side)
Rivet
4
Part Names (continued)
The Projector (continued)
INPUT button 15
POWER indicator 14
39 TEMP indicator
toggles between the signal
ports.
tells the state of power
supply. Refer to the section
“Power ON/OFF”.
lights or blinks when any
problem about internal
temperature has happened.
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
39 LAMP indicator
COMPONENT VIDEO
STANDBY/ON 14
button
prepares for turning the
power on/off. Refer to the
section “Power ON/OFF”.
TEMP
POWER
STANDBY/ON
INPUT
LAMP
lights or blinks when any
problem about the lamp has
happened.
MENU
22 MENU buttons
operate the menu function.
R port 10
L port 10
(from a video equipment)
AUDIO
AUDIO port 10
(from a computer)
AC IN
S-VIDEO port 10
VIDEO port 10
10 CONTROL
port
COMPONENT VIDEO - Y 10
10 RGB port
COMPONENT VIDEO - CB/PB 10
COMPONENT VIDEO - CR/PR 10
14 Power switch
11 AC inlet
Projector (Rear/Left)
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Part Names (continued)
The Remote Control
RGB button
21
15
selects the input signal of
RGB port.
VIDEO button
15
toggles between the signal
ports of VIDEO, S-VIDEO
and COMPONENT VIDEO.
ASPECT button
SEARCH button
searches for an input
signal between the
following signal ports of
RGB, VIDEO, S-VIDEO
and COMPONENT VIDEO.
21
prepares for turning the
power on/off.
19
21
RGB
17
ASPECT
AUTO
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
17
POSITION
MENU
ENTER
ESC
RESET
19
6
KEYSTONE
button
turns on/off the KEYSTONE
mode.
In the KEYSTONE mode,
To adjust the
keystone,
use the cursor
/
buttons.
22
MENU button
opens/closes the menu.
18
22
ENTER button
proceeds to the next
operation at the menu
functions.
22
returns to the previous
display at the menu
functions.
MUTE button
mutes/restores the sound.
20
turns on/off the POSITION
mode. (for RGB input)
In the POSITION mode,
To move the picture,
use the cursor buttons.
VOLUME button
turns on/off the VOLUME
mode.
In the VOLUME mode,
To adjust the volume,
use the cursor
/
buttons.
KEYSTONE
freezes/reactivates the
picture.
ESC button
BLANK button
SEARCH
20
turns on/off the MAGNIFY
mode.
In the MAGNIFY mode,
To move the
magnified area,
(1) Press the POSITION
button.
(2) Use the cursor buttons
to move the picture.
(3) Press the POSITION
button again to finish.
To shift the magnify
level,
use the cursor
/
buttons.
POSITION button
AUTO button
blanks the screen
temporarily.
VIDEO
FREEZE button
(STANDBY/ON)
button
executes automatic
adjustment.
toggles between the
modes for aspect ratio.
MAGNIFY ON/OFF
buttons
14
22
,
,
,
(Cursor) buttons
works for adjusting or
menu controlling.
22
RESET button
cancels the adjustment in
progress.
* The adjustments of the
volume etc. are not reset.
Setting Up
Arrangement
WARNING • Install the projector in a suitable environment according to
instructions of the “User’s Manual – Safety Guide” and this manual.
• The power outlet should be close to the projector and easily accessible.
Refer to the illustrations and tables below to determine the screen size and projection
distance.
The values shown in the table are calculated for a full size screen:800×600
(a):Distance from the projector to the screen (±10%)
(b):Distance from the lens center to the bottom of the screen (±10%)
(c):Distance from the lens center to the top of the screen (±10%)
Reference for
the 4:3 aspect ratio
Screen
Lens center
(c)
(b)
(a)
Side View
Reference for
the 16:9 aspect ratio
40 (1.0)
47(1.2) 56(1.4)
2(6)
22(55)
50 (1.3)
59(1.5) 71(1.8)
3(8)
27(69)
60 (1.5)
71(1.8) 85(2.2)
4(9)
32(82)
70 (1.8)
83(2.1) 99(2.5)
4(11)
38(96)
80 (2.0)
95(2.4) 114(2.9)
5(12)
43(110)
90 (2.3)
107(2.7) 128(3.3)
5(14)
49(123)
100 (2.5)
119(3.0) 143(3.6)
6(15)
54(137)
120 (3.0)
143(3.6) 171(4.4)
7(18)
65(165)
150 (3.8)
179(4.6) 215(5.5)
9(23)
81(206)
200 (5.0)
240(6.1) 287(7.3) 12(30) 108(274)
250 (6.3)
300(7.6) 359(9.1) 15(38) 135(343)
300 (7.5)
360(9.2) 431(10.9) 18(46) 162(411)
30 (0.8)
(a) [inch (m)]
(b)
(c)
Min.
Max. [inch (cm)] [inch (cm)]
38(1.0) 46(1.2)
0(1)
15(39)
40 (1.0)
51(1.3) 61(1.6)
1(2)
20(51)
50 (1.3)
64(1.6) 77(2.0)
1(2)
25(64)
60 (1.5)
77(2.0) 93(2.4)
1(2)
30(77)
70 (1.8)
90(2.3) 108(2.8)
1(3)
35(90)
80 (2.0)
104(2.6) 124(3.2)
1(3)
41(103)
Screen Size [inch (m)]
Screen
Lens center
(c)
(b)
(a)
30 (0.8)
(a) [inch (m)]
(b)
(c)
Min.
Max. [inch (cm)] [inch (cm)]
35(0.9) 42(1.1)
2(5)
16(41)
Screen Size [inch (m)]
Side View
90 (2.3)
117(3.0) 140(3.6)
1(4)
46(116)
100 (2.5)
130(3.3) 155(3.9)
2(4)
51(129)
120 (3.0)
156(4.0) 187(4.7)
2(5)
61(154)
150 (3.8)
196(5.0) 234(5.9)
2(6)
76(193)
200 (5.0)
216(6.6) 312(7.9)
3(8)
101(257)
250 (6.3)
327(8.3) 391(9.9)
4(10)
127(322)
300 (7.5)
393(10.0) 469(11.9) 5(12)
152(386)
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Setting Up (continued)
Adjusting The Projector's Elevator
CAUTION • If you press the elevator buttons without holding the projector, the
projector might crash down, overturn, smash your fingers and possibly result in
malfunction. To prevent damaging the projector and injuring yourself, ALWAYS HOLD
THE PROJECTOR whenever using the elevator buttons to adjust the elevator feet.
You can use the elevator feet to make adjustments if the surface on which you need to set
the projector is uneven or if you otherwise need to adjust the angle of projection. The
adjustment range of the elevator feet is 0 to 9 degrees.
1
Press and hold in the elevator buttons.
2
Raise or lower the projector to the
desired height and then release the
elevator buttons.
Elevator buttons
When you release the elevator buttons, the elevator
feet will lock into position.
3
8
As necessary, you can also finely
adjust the height of the projector by
twisting the elevator feet by hand.
Elevator feet
Setting Up (continued)
Connecting Your Devices
WARNING • Incorrect connecting could result in fire or electrical shock.
Whenever attempting to connect other devices to the projector, please thoroughly read
the "User's Manual - Safety Guide", this manual and the manual of each device to be
connected.
CAUTION • TURN OFF ALL DEVICES prior to connecting them to the projector.
Attempting to connect a live device to the projector may generate extremely loud
noises or other abnormalities that may result in malfunction and/or damage to the
device and/or projector.
ATTENTION • Make sure that you connect devices to the correct port. Incorrect
connection may result in malfunction and/or damage to the device and/or projector.
Refer to the section “TECHNICAL” of this manual for the pin assignment of connectors
and RS-232C communication data.
• Some cables have to be used with core set. Use the accessory cable or a
designated-type cable for the connection. For cables that have a core only at one end,
connect the core to the projector.
• Secure the screws on the connectors and tighten.
• Whenever attempting to connect a laptop computer to the projector, be sure to
activate the laptop’s RGB external image output (set the laptop to CRT display or to
simultaneous LCD and CRT display). For details on how this is done, please refer to the
instruction manual of the corresponding laptop computer.
NOTE About Plug-and-Play Capability
• This projector is compatible with VESA DDC 1/2B. Plug-and-Play can be achieved by
connecting this projector to computers that are VESA DDC (display data channel)
compatible. Please take advantage of this function by connecting the accessory RGB
cable to the RGB port (DDC 1/2B compatible). Plug-and-Play may not work properly if
any other type of connection is attempted.
• Plug-and-Play is a system composed of the computer, its operating system and
peripheral equipment (i.e. display devices).
• Please use the standard drivers in your computer as this projector is a Plug-and-Play
monitor.
NOTE • Some computers may have multiple display screen modes. Use of some of
these modes will not be possible with this projector.
• For some RGB input modes, the optional Mac adapter is necessary.
• When the image resolution is changed on a computer, depending on an input,
automatic adjust function may take some time and may not be completed. In this case,
you may not be able to see a check box to select “Yes/No” for the new resolution on
Windows. Then the resolution will go back to the original. It might be recommended to
use other CRT or TFT monitors to change the resolution.
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Setting Up (continued)
Please refer to the following for connecting your devices.
See the rear of the projector. You can see the ports.
AC IN
Connecting to a computer
RGB out
Audio out
RS-232C port
RGB cable (D-sub 15 pin)
Audio cable (Stereo mini)
RS-232C cable
VIDEO
1
2
3
Audio/Video cable
S-VIDEO
Y
CB/PB
COMPONENT
SCART
out port
SCART cable
S-video cable
Audio cable
AUDIO
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
10
S-VIDEO
10
2
CONTROL
RGB
CONTROL
Y
CR/PR
CB/PB
COMPONENT VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO
L - AU D I O - R
5 6
7 8 9
Y
CB/PB
CR/PR
COMPONENT VIDEO
VIDEO
L - AU D I O - R
2
1
RGB
S-VIDEO
1
RGB
L - AU D I O - R
AUDIO
Component (Y) out
Component (CB/PB) out
Component cable
Component (CR/PR) out
(with D-sub 15 pin)
Audio out
Audio cable(Stereo mini)
CONTROL
5 6
VIDEO
7
8
9
5
6
If using a component input from RGB
port,
RGB
L - AU D I O - R
4 5 6
7 8 9
Y
CB/PB
CR/PR
COMPONENT VIDEO
If using a component input,
Component (Y) out
Component cable
Component (CB/PB) out
Component (CR/PR) out
Audio out (L)
Audio cable
Audio out (R)
CONTROL
Y
CR/PR
CB/PB
COMPONENT VIDEO
VIDEO
10
5
6
RGB
L - AU D I O - R
S-VIDEO
If using a S-video input,
S-video out port
Audio out (L)
Audio out (R)
CONTROL
4 5 6
AUDIO
VIDEO
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
RGB
CR/PR
VIDEO
VIDEO
4
5
6
If using a SCART RGB input,
Video
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
G
B
R
1
AUDIO
Connecting to a DVD/VCR player
Video out
Audio out (L)
Audio out (R)
L - AU D I O - R
2
Y
CR/PR
CB/PB
COMPONENT VIDEO
CONTROL
Setting Up (continued)
Connecting Power Supply
WARNING • Please use extra caution when connecting the power cord as
incorrect or faulty connections may result in FIRE and/or ELECTRICAL SHOCK. Please
adhere to the “User’s manual – Safety Guide” and the following.
• Only plug the power cord into outlets rated for use with the power cord’s specified
voltage range.
• Only use the power cord that came with the projector. If it is damaged, contact your
dealer to newly get correct one.
• Never modify the power cord. Never attempt to defeat the ground connection of the
three-pronged plug.
• Make sure that you firmly connect the power cord to the projector and wall outlet.
1
Connect the connector of the
power cord to the AC inlet of the
projector. 1
AC IN
AC Inlet
2
Firmly plug the power cord’s plug
into the outlet.
Connector Side
1
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Remote Control
Putting Batteries
CAUTION Always handle the batteries with care and use them only as directed.
Improper use may result in battery cracking or leakage, which could result in fire, injury
and/or pollution of the surrounding environment.
• Keep the battery away from children and pets.
• Be sure to use only the batteries specified for use with the remote control. Do not mix
new batteries with used ones.
• When inserting batteries, verify that the plus and minus terminals are aligned correctly
(as indicated in the remote control).
• When you dispose the battery, you should obey the law in the relative area or country.
1
Remove the
battery cover.
Slide back and
remove the battery
cover in the direction
of the arrow.
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2
Insert the
batteries.
Align and insert the two
AA batteries according to
their plus and minus
terminals (as indicated in
the remote control).
3
Close the
battery cover.
Replace the battery
cover in the direction
of the arrow and
snap it back into
place.
Remote Control (continued)
Operating The Remote Control
ATTENTION • Do not drop or otherwise expose the remote control to physical
impact.
• Do not get the remote control wet or place it on wet objects. Doing so may result in
malfunction.
• Remove the batteries from the remote control and store them in a safe place if you
won’t be using the remote control for an extended period.
• Replace the batteries whenever the remote control starts to malfunction.
• When strong lights, such as direct sunlight or light from an extremely close range
(such as from an inverter fluorescent lamp), hit the projector’s remote sensor, the
remote control may cause to function. Adjust the direction of the projector to keep light
from directly hitting the projector’s remote sensor.
• The remote control works with the projector’s remote
sensor.
• The range of the remote sensor is 3 meters with a 60degree range (30 degrees to the left and right of the
remote sensor).
Also a remote signal reflected in the screen etc. may be
available. If it is difficult to send a remote signal to the
sensor directly, please try.
• Since the remote control uses infrared light to send
signals to the projector (Class1 LED), be sure to use the
remote control in an area free from obstacles that could
block the remote control’s output signal to the projector.
Remote sensor
30°
30°
approximately
3 meters
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Power ON/OFF
Turning On The Power
WARNING • When the power is ON, a strong light is emitted. Do not look into the
lens or vents of the projector.
NOTE • Turn the power on/off in right order. Please power on the projector before
the connected devices. Power off the projector after the connected devices.
1
Make sure that the power cord is
firmly and correctly connected to the
projector and outlet.
POWER indicator
TEMP
POWER
STANDBY/ON
2
When the lens cap is attached, remove
the lens cap.
3
Set the power switch to [ | ] (ON).
INPUT
LAMP
MENU
STANDBY/ON button
Power switch (ON position)
The POWER indicator will light orange.
AC IN
4
Press the STANDBY/ON button of the
projector or the
button of the remote
control.
The projector lamp will light up and the POWER
indicator will begin blinking green.
According to a setup, the projector lamp may light
up and the POWER indicator may begin blinking
green, without pressing this button.
When the power is completely on, the indicator will
stop blinking and light green.
14
Power switch
(STANDBY/ON) button
VIDEO
RGB
SEARCH
AUTO
ASPECT
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
Power ON/OFF (continued)
Selecting An Input Signal
TEMP
POWER
1
Using the projector’s control button
STANDBY/ON
Press the INPUT button.
VIDEO
INPUT
MENU
INPUT button
As illustrated below, each time you press the INPUT
button, the projector switches between its input signal
ports. Select the signal you wish to project.
RGB
LAMP
S-VIDEO
AC IN
COMPONENT VIDEO
Selecting a RGB signal, using the remote control
RGB button
Press the RGB button.
RGB
VIDEO
When this button is pressed, the projector switches to
the RGB port.
SEARCH
AUTO
ASPECT
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
Selecting a video signal, using the remote control
Press the VIDEO button.
VIDEO button
As illustrated below, each time you press the VIDEO
button, the projector switches between its input signal
ports. Select the signal you wish to project.
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
VIDEO
SEARCH
AUTO
ASPECT
ON
COMPONENT VIDEO
2
Use the zoom ring to adjust the screen
size.
3
Use the focus ring to focus the picture.
Focus ring
Zoom ring
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Power ON/OFF (continued)
Turning Off The Power
NOTE • Turn the power on/off in right order. Please power on the projector before
the connected devices. Power off the projector after the connected devices.
1
Press the STANDBY/ON button of the
projector or the
button of the remote
control.
The message “Power off?” will appear on the screen
for approximately 5 seconds.
POWER indicator
2
Press the STANDBY/ON button again
while “Power off?” the message is
visible.
The projector lamp will go off, and the POWER
indicator will begin blinking orange.
Then the POWER indicator will stop blinking and light
to solid orange when the lamp cooling is complete.
3
TEMP
POWER
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
LAMP
MENU
STANDBY/ON button
Switch the power switch to [O] (OFF).
AC IN
Power switch (OFF position)
The POWER indicator will go off.
Power switch
(STANDBY/ON) button
4
Attached the lens cap.
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
AUTO
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
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SEARCH
Operating
Adjusting The Volume
1
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
SEARCH
AUTO
BLANK
Press the VOLUME button.
VOLUME
As illustrated on the right, a dialog will
appear on the screen to aid you in adjusting
the volume.
VOLUME
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
MUTE
16
OFF
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
POSITION
MENU
2
/
buttons to adjust the
Press the VOLUME button again to close the dialog and
complete this operation.
(Even if you don't do anything, the dialog will
automatically disappear after a few seconds.)
ENTER
ESC
Use the
volume.
RESET
VOLUME
Press this to increase the volume
Press this to decrease the volume
16
Temporarily Muting The Sound
1
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
SEARCH
AUTO
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
Press the MUTE button.
Press the MUTE button.
As illustrated on the right, a dialog will appear on the
screen indicating that you have muted the sound.
(If you don't do anything, the dialog will automatically
disappear after a few seconds.)
Press the MUTE or VOLUME button to restore the sound.
KEYSTONE
VOLUME
POSITION
MENU
MUTE
ENTER
ESC
RESET
16
17
Operating (continued)
Adjusting The Position
1
RGB
VIDEO
SEARCH
AUTO
ASPECT
Press the POSITION button.
As illustrated on the right, a dialog will appear on the screen
to aid you in adjusting the position.
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
MUTE
POSITION
OFF
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
POSITION
POSITION
MENU
ENTER
ESC
RESET
2
,
Use the
the position.
,
,
buttons to adjust
When you want to initialize the position, press the RESET
button during adjustment.
Press the POSITION button again to close the dialog and
complete this operation. (Even if you don't do anything, the
dialog will automatically disappear after a few seconds.)
This function is only available for RGB input.
NOTE • When a menu is displayed, the operation of adjusting the position works
for the position of not the picture but the menu.
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Operating (continued)
Using The Automatic Adjustment Feature
1
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
Press the AUTO button.
AUTO
SEARCH
AUTO
BLANK
Automatic Adjustment for RGB Input
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
Horizontal position (H POSITION), vertical position (V POSITION),
clock phase (H PHASE) and horizontal size (H SIZE) are
automatically adjusted.
Make sure that the application window is set to its maximum size
prior to attempting to use this feature. Dark pictures may still be
incorrectly adjusted. Use a bright screen when adjusting.
ON
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
POSITION
MENU
Automatic Adjustment for Video Input
ENTER
ESC
The signal type best suited for the respective input signal is
selected automatically.
This feature is available only if VIDEO is set to AUTO in the INPUT
menu.
RESET
NOTE • The automatic adjustment operation requires approximately 10 seconds.
Also, please note that it may not function correctly with some input.
Correcting Keystone Distortions
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
SEARCH
AUTO
BLANK
1
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
KEYSTONE
Press the KEYSTONE button.
As illustrated on the right, a dialog will appear on
the screen to aid you in correcting the distortion.
ON
KEYSTONE
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
+0
POSITION
MENU
ENTER
ESC
RESET
2
Use the
,
buttons to correct distortion.
Press the KEYSTONE button again to close the dialog
and complete this operation. (Even if you don't do
anything, the dialog will automatically disappear after
a few seconds.)
NOTE • When the WIDE is selected under the ASPECT item of the MAIN menu, this
adjustment is ignored.
• The correcting keystone distortions function may not be work well with some types of
input signals.
• The adjustable range for correcting keystone distortions will vary with the type of
input signal.
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Operating (continued)
Using The Magnify Feature
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
1
Press the MAGNIFY (ON) button.
2
Press the POSITION button, then use the
,
,
,
buttons to select the area
to zoom. Press the POSITION button again
to finalize the zoom area.
MAGNIFY
ON
The projector enters MAGNIFY mode.
SEARCH
AUTO
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
POSITION
POSITION
POSITION
MENU
ENTER
ESC
RESET
3
Use the
level.
,
buttons to adjust the zoom
Press the MAGNIFY (OFF) button to exit MAGNIFY
mode and restore the screen to normal.(The
projector will also automatically exit MAGNIFY
mode if there is a change in the input signal's
state.)
NOTE • The projector will automatically exit from MAGNIFY mode if either the
SEARCH, RGB, AUTO, ASPECT or VIDEO feature is used, or, if there is a change in the
input signal's state.
• The correcting keystone condition may vary when the magnify function is active. In
this case, please make the magnify OFF, so the correcting keystone condition will be
restored.
Freezing The Screen
FREEZE
ON
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
1
Press the FREEZE button.
▲
The [II] icon appears and the screen will freeze
at the current image. Press the FREEZE button
again and the [ ] appears as the projector exits FREEZE
mode.
POSITION
MENU
NOTE • The freezing function will automatically finish if either the STANDBY/ON,
SEARCH, RGB, VIDEO, BLANK, AUTO, VOLUME, MUTE, POSITION or MENU button of
remote control is pressed, or if a button of projector is pressed, or if there is a change
in the input signal’s state.
• If the projector continues projecting the same image for a long time (i.e. you forget to
exit FREEZE mode), the image might possibly remain as an afterimage. Do not leave
the projector in FREEZE mode for too long.
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Operating (continued)
Signal Searching
1
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
SEARCH
AUTO
BLANK
Press the SEARCH button.
Cycle through input signals, displaying the images of retrieved signals. If
no signal is found, returns to the signal that was selected before the search
was begun.
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
SEARCH
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
MUTE
OFF
COMPONENT VIDEO
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
NOTE • May not function properly with some input signals.
• The signal searching function takes about 10 seconds to display an image.
Selecting The Aspect Ratio
1
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
SEARCH
AUTO
Press the ASPECT button.
RGB input
4:3
BLANK
16:9
15:9
ASPECT
32:15
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
• At a RGB input, selecting an aspect ratio may display the message
“SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE”. In this case, please select one of other
aspect ratios.
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
VIDEO, S-VIDEO, COMPONENT VIDEO input
POSITION
MENU
4:3
16:9
WIDE
ZOOM
ENTER
ESC
RESET
• At a COMPONENT VIDEO input of 16:9 Hi-Vision of 1125i
(1035i/1080i)/750p, only 16:9 can be selected.
• When the 4:3 is selected under the SCREEN TYPE item of the OPTION
menu. WIDE and ZOOM cannot be selected.
Temporarily Blanking The Screen
1
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
SEARCH
AUTO
BLANK
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
Press the BLANK button.
The input signal screen is shut off, and a blank screen appears. You can
set the blank screen using the menu (from the SCREEN menu, BLANK
select BLANK).
Press the BLANK button again to remove the blank screen,
and return to the input signal screen.
ON
NOTE • The temporarily blanking function will automatically finish if either the STANDBY/ON, SEARCH,
RGB, VIDEO, FREEZE, AUTO, VOLUME, MUTE, POSITION or MENU button of remote control is pressed, or if
a button of projector is pressed, or if there is a change in the input signal’s state.
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Multifunctional Settings
Using The Menu Functions
This projector has the following menus: MAIN, PICTURE-1, PICTURE-2, INPUT, AUTO,
SCREEN, OPTION. Each of these menus is operated using the same methods. The basic
operations of these menus are as follows.
1
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
SEARCH
AUTO
Press the MENU
button.
The menu display
appears on the screen.
BLANK
[ex. Adjusting
VOLUME]
1. Press the MENU
button.
VOLUME
MAGNIFY
ON
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
POSITION
MENU
MENU
ENTER
ESC
RESET
ESC
RESET
2
/
Use the
buttons to select
a menu , then
press the
or
ENTER button.
2.Use the
/
buttons to select
the OPTION, then
press the
or
ENTER button.
The display of the
selected menu
appears.
ENTER
3
/
Use the
then press the
buttons to select an item,
or ENTER button.
The operation display of the selected item appears.
/
buttons to operate the item.
4
Use the
5
Press the MENU button, or do not perform 5.Press the MENU
button.
any operation for several seconds.
When you want to reset the adjustment, press the RESET
button during the operation. Note that the items whose
functions are performed simultaneously with operating (ex.
LANGUAGE, WHISPER, H PHASE etc.) are not reset.
When you want to return to the previous display, press the
or ESC button.
The menu display disappears and your operation finishes.
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3.Use the
/
buttons to select
the VOLUME,
then press the
or ENTER
button.
4.Use the
/
buttons to adjust
the VOLUME.
Multifunctional Settings (continued)
MAIN Menu
With the MAIN menu, the items shown in the table below can be
performed.
Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the
table below.
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
KEYSTONE
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
ASPECT
WHISPER
MIRROR
LANGUAGE
[Language]
+0
+0
+0
4:3
NORMAL
NORMAL
ENGLISH
: SELECT
Item
Description
KEYSTONE
Adjust the Keystone (Vertical) Distortion:
Upper in the data
⇔
Lower in the data
• The adjustable range of this function will vary with the type of input signal. At
some signals, this function may not work well.
• When the V:INVERT or the H&V:INVERT is selected under the MIRROR item, if
the projector screen is inclined or if the projector is angled downward, this
function may not work correctly.
• When the WIDE is selected under the ASPECT item of the MAIN menu, this
adjustment is ignored.
• When the zoom adjustment is set to the TELE side, this correction may be
excessive. This function should be used with zoom set to WIDE whenever
possible.
BRIGHT
Adjust Brightness: Light
CONTRAST
Adjust Contrast: Strong
RESET
Select the Whisper Mode:
NORMAL
⇔
WHISPER
• When the WHISPER is selected, acoustic noise and screen brightness are
reduced.
Select a Mirror Status:
NORMAL
⇔
H:INVERT
⇔
V:INVERT
⇔
Select a Menu Language:
ENGLISH
⇔
FRANÇAIS
⇔
DEUTSCH
⇔
⇒
ITALIANO
⇔
NORSK
⇔
NEDERLANDS
⇒
日本語
⇔
PORTUGUÊS
⇔
中文
⇔
⇒
SVENSKA
⇔
⇔
SUOMI
⇔
H&V:INVERT
ESPAÑOL
POLSKI
Reset the MAIN Menu Items:
Selecting the EXECUTE performs this function.
EXECUTE
CANCEL
• The items of the MAIN menu are collectively returned to the initial setting.
Note that the items WHISPER and LANGUAGE are not reset.
⇒
LANGUAGE
Select an Aspect Ratio
At a RGB input:
4:3
⇔
16:9
⇔
15:9
⇔
32:15
• At a RGB input, selecting an aspect ratio may display the message “SYNC IS
OUT OF RANGE”. In this case, please select one of other aspect ratios.
At a VIDEO input, a S-VIDEO input or a COMPONENT VIDEO input:
4:3
⇔
16:9
⇔
WIDE
⇔
ZOOM
• At a COMPONENT VIDEO input of 16:9 Hi-Vision of 1125i(1035i/1080i)/750p,
only 16:9 can be selected.
• When the 4:3 is selected under the SCREEN TYPE item of the OPTION menu,
WIDE and ZOOM cannot be selected.
⇒
MIRROR
Weak
⇒
WHISPER
⇔
Dark
⇒
ASPECT
⇔
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Multifunctional Settings (continued)
PICTURE - 1 Menu
With the PICTURE - 1 menu, the items shown in the Table below can be
performed.
Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the table below.
Item
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
GAMMA
COLOR BAL R
COLOR BAL G
COLOR BAL B
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
MY MEMORY
NORMAL
+0
+0
+0
+0
+0
+0
SAVE1
: SELECT
Description
Select a Gamma Mode:
NORMAL
⇔
CINEMA
⇔
DYNAMIC
⇔
CUSTOM
• Selecting the COSTOM and then pressing the
or the ENTER button calls
the CUSTOM menu.
CUSTOM Menu
Selecting one from the following and then pressing the
or the ENTER
button performs each function.
GAMMA
⇔
COLOR TEMP
⇔
R
⇔
G
⇔
B
• The R, G and B can be selected only when the USER is selected under the
COLOR TEMP.
CUSTOM
GAMMA
GAMMA
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Adjust the Gamma Data:
Up
⇔
Down
Select a Color Temperature Mode:
CUSTOM
COLOR TEMP
HIGH
⇔
MIDDLE
⇔
LOW
⇔
USER
CUSTOM
R
Adjust the Red Color Level for the USER mode of the
COLOR TEMP:
Strong
⇔
Weak
CUSTOM
G
Adjust the Green Color Level for the USER mode of the
COLOR TEMP:
Strong
⇔
Weak
CUSTOM
B
Adjust the Blue Color Level for the USER mode of the
COLOR TEMP:
Strong
⇔
Weak
COLOR BAL R
Adjust the Red Color Balance: Strong
COLOR BAL G
Adjust the Green Color Balance: Strong
COLOR BAL B
Adjust the Blue Color Balance: Strong
⇔
Weak
⇔
⇔
Weak
Weak
SHARPNESS
Adjust the Whole Sharpness: Clear
⇔
Soft
• This is a function for video inputs. This item can’t be selected only at RGB
inputs.
COLOR
Adjust COLOR : Strong
⇔
Weak
• This is a function for video inputs. This item can’t be selected only at RGB
inputs including SCART RGB inputs.
• It is unavailable to deepen colors on SECAM signal input. (The adjustment
bar position and value in menu box are changeable but no effect.)
TINT
Adjust the Tint: Green
⇔
Red
• This is a function for video inputs. This item can’t be selected only at RGB
inputs including SCART RGB inputs.
Multifunctional Settings (continued)
PICTURE - 1 Menu (continued)
Item
Description
MY MEMORY
Load/Save a Setting:
Selecting one from the following and then pressing the
or the ENTER
button performs each function.
LOAD1
⇔
LOAD2
⇔
LOAD3
⇔
LOAD4
⇒
SAVE1
⇔
SAVE2
⇔
SAVE3
⇔
SAVE4
• This projector has 4 memories called M1, M2, M3 and M4 for settings.
Performing the SAVE1, SAVE2, SAVE3 or SAVE4 puts the current setting data
on the memory whose number corresponds. Performing the LOAD1, LOAD2,
LOAD3 or LOAD4 calls the data of memory whose number corresponds, and
adjusts the picture automatically depending on the data.
• The LOAD1, LOAD2, LOAD3 or LOAD4 cannot be selected when there is no
memory whose number corresponds.
• At a different signal input from the signal that was being inputted when the
setting was memorized, the picture may not be adjusted correctly.
⇒
⇒
RESET
Reset the PICTURE-1 Menu Items:
Selecting the EXECUTE performs this function.
EXECUTE
CANCEL
• The items of the PICTURE-1 menu are collectively returned to the initial
setting. Note that the items MY MEMORY and CUSTOM - GAMMA are not
reset.
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Multifunctional Settings (continued)
PICTURE - 2 Menu
With the PICTURE - 2 menu, the items shown in the table below
can be performed.
Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the
table below.
Item
V POSITION
H POSITION
H PHASE
H SIZE
OVER SCAN
RESET
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: SELECT
Description
V POSITION
Adjust the Vertical Position: Up
⇔
Down
• This item can be selected only at a RGB input.
H POSITION
Adjust the Horizontal Position: Left
⇔
• This item can be selected only at a RGB input.
Right
H PHASE
Adjust the Horizontal Phase (to eliminate flicker) :
Right
⇔
Left
• This item can be selected only at a RGB input or a COMPONENT VIDEO
input.
H SIZE
Adjust the Horizontal Size: Large
⇔
Small
• When this adjustment is excessive, the picture may not be displayed
correctly. In such a case, please press the RESET button during selection of
this item to reset the H SIZE.
• This item can be selected only at a RGB input.
OVER SCAN
Adjust the Over-scan Ratio:
Large
⇔
Small
• This item can be selected only at a VIDEO input, a S-VIDEO input or a
COMPONENT VIDEO input.
• When this adjustment is too large, a certain degradation may appear at the
frame area of the picture. In such a case, please adjust small.
RESET
Reset the PICTURE-2 Menu Items:
Selecting the EXECUTE performs this function.
EXECUTE
CANCEL
• The items of the PICTURE-2 menu are collectively returned to the initial
setting. Note that the H PHASE item is not reset.
⇒
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MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
Multifunctional Settings (continued)
INPUT Menu
With the INPUT menu, the items shown in the table below can be
performed.
Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the
table below.
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
COLOR SPACE
COMPONENT
VIDEO
FRAME LOCK
3D-YCS
VIDEO NR
PROGRESSIVE
INFORMATION
AUTO
COMPONENT
AUTO
TURN ON
NORMAL
LOW
TURN OFF
: SELECT
Item
Description
COLOR SPACE
Select a Color Space Mode:
AUTO
⇔
RGB
⇔
SMPTE240
⇔
REC709
⇔
REC601
• This item can be selected only at a RGB input or a COMPONENT VIDEO
input.
• When the AUTO is selected, the optimum mode is automatically selected.
However, it may not work well at some signals. In such a case, select the
SMPTE240 or REC709 for HDTV signal.
COMPONENT
Select a Function of COMPONENT VIDEO Jacks:
COMPONENT
⇔
SCART RGB
• When the SCART RGB is selected, the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks function
as ports for a RGB input with a SCART cable. Refer to the section “Signal
Connectors” of “TECHNICAL”.
VIDEO
Select a Signal Type Mode:
AUTO
⇔
NTSC
⇔
PAL
⇔
SECAM
⇒
NTSC 4.43
⇔
M-PAL
⇔
N-PAL
• This item performs only at a VIDEO input or a S-VIDEO input. For a
COMPONENT VIDEO input, although this item is ineffective, the signal type is
identified automatically even if the AUTO is not selected.
• Selecting the AUTO automatically selects the optimum mode. However, it
may not work well at a PAL60 signal and some other signals. If the picture
becomes unstable (ex. a irregular picture, color lack), please select the mode
depending on the input signal.
• The AUTO operation requires approximately 10 seconds.
FRAME LOCK
Select the Frame Lock Mode:
TURN ON
⇔
TURN OFF
• This function performs only at a RGB input with vertical frequency of 48 to 72
Hz.
• When the TURN ON is selected, a moving picture is displayed more
smoothly.
• This function may cause a certain degradation of the picture. In such a case,
please select the TURN OFF.
3D-YCS
Select a 3D-YCS mode:
STILL IMAGE
⇔
NORMAL
⇔
TURN OFF
• This function performs only at a VIDEO input of NTSC 3.58.
• NORMAL is the mode for images with a lot of motions like movies, and STILL
IMAGE is the mode for images with few motions or completely still ones like
slides.
• When this function performs, the VIDEO NR function is ineffective.
⇒
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Multifunctional Settings (continued)
INPUT Menu (continued)
Description
VIDEO NR
Select a Noise Reduction Mode:
HIGH
⇔
MIDDLE
⇔
LOW
• This function performs only at a VIDEO input or a S-VIDEO input. At a VIDEO
input of NTSC 3.58, this function performs only when the TURN OFF is
selected under the 3D-YCS.
• When the HIGH, the MIDDLE or the LOW is selected, the noise on screen is
reduced according to each mode.
• When this function is excessive, it may cause a certain degradation of the
picture.
PROGRESSIVE
Select the Progressive Mode:
TV
⇔
FILM
⇔
TURN OFF
• This function performs only at an interlaced signal of a VIDEO input, a SVIDEO input or a COMPONENT VIDEO input of 525i or 625i signal. The FILM
mode is adaptable to the 3-2 Pull-Down system to the conversion.
• When the TV or FILM is selected, the screen image will be crisper. But it may
cause a certain defect (for example, jagged line) of the picture at a quick
moving object. In such a case, please select the TURN OFF, even though the
screen image may lose the crisp.
• This function may cause a certain degradation of the picture. In such a case,
please select the TURN OFF.
INFORMATION
Display the Information:
Pressing the
or the ENTER button performs this function.
• Use this function when you want the information about the current input (ex.
the resolution and the vertical frequency at a RGB input, the signal type of a
video input) and setting states of the COMPONENT, the VIDEO and the
FLAME LOCK.
S2-ASPECT
Select the S2-ASPECT Mode:
TURN ON
⇔
TURN OFF
• This function performs only at a S-VIDEO input.
• When the TURN ON is selected, an S2-Video signal can be identified and the
optimum aspect ratio is automatically selected.
• When the ASPECT button of the remote control is used or the ASPECT item of
the MAIN menu is operated, the S2-ASPECT mode will be switched to the
TURN OFF automatically.
RESET
Reset the INPUT Menu Items:
Selecting the EXECUTE performs this function.
EXECUTE
CANCEL
• The items of the INPUT menu are collectively returned to the initial setting.
Note that the INFORMATION item is not reset.
⇒
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Item
Multifunctional Settings (continued)
AUTO Menu
With the AUTO menu, the items shown in the table below can be
performed.
Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the
table below.
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
ADJUST
POWER OFF
SEARCH
RESET
0 min
TURN ON
: SELECT
Item
Description
ADJUST
Automatically Adjust the Picture:
Pressing the
or the ENTER button performs this function.
At a RGB input:
• V POSITION, H POSITION, H PHASE and HSIZE are automatically adjusted.
Please use this function with the maximum window size.
At a VIDEO input or S-VIDEO input:
• This function performs only when the AUTO is selected under the VIDEO item
of the INPUT menu. For a COMPONENT VIDEO input, although this function is
ineffective, the signal type is identified automatically even if the AUTO is not
selected.
• This function automatically selects the optimum mode for the input signal.
However, it may not work well at a PAL60 signal and some other signals. If
the picture becomes unstable (ex. irregular picture, color lack), please use
the function of VIDEO of the INPUT menu.
• The operation of this function requires approximately 10 seconds. Also,
please note that it may not function correctly with some input.
POWER OFF
Set the Automatically Power Off Timer:
Long (Max. 99 minutes.)
⇔
Short (Min. 0 minute =DISABLE)
• This function performs only when the time is set to 1 to 99.
• When the set time passes without a valid signal (there is no signal, or the
signal is out of specifications), the projector lamp automatically goes off, and
the POWER indicator begins blinking. Please refer to the section “Turning
OFF The Power” of “Power ON/OFF” about the turning off.
→
SEARCH
Automatically Signal Search:
TURN ON
⇔
TURN OFF
• If the TURN ON is selected under this item when no signal input is detected,
the projector begins searching for an input signal. When an input signal is
detected the projector will cease searching and the picture will appear.
• The priority of a search is as follows:
RGB → VIDEO → S-VIDEO → COMPONENT VIDEO
• If the projector is unstable to find an input signal at any of its ports, it will
return to the state it was in prior to the search.
⇒
RESET
Reset the AUTO Menu Items:
Selecting the EXECUTE performs this function.
EXECUTE
CANCEL
• The items of the AUTO menu are collectively returned to the initial setting.
Note that the item ADJUST is not reset.
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Multifunctional Settings (continued)
SCREEN Menu
With the SCREEN menu, the items shown in the table below can be
performed.
Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the
table below.
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
BLACK
BLANK
TURN ON
START UP
MENU POSITION
MESSAGE
TURN ON
RESET
: SELECT
Item
Description
BLANK
Select a Blank Screen Color:
BLUE
⇔
WHITE
⇔
BLACK
• The blank screen of selected color is displayed by pressing the BLANK
button. Please refer to the section “Temporarily Blanking The Screen” of
“Operating” about the screen blanking.
START UP
Select the Start Up Screen:
TURN ON
⇔
TURN OFF
• If the TURN ON is selected when there is no signal or the detected signal is
out of specifications, the blank screen is displayed.
Adjust a Menu Position:
Pressing the
or ENTER button start adjusting,
Up
MENU POSITION
Left
Right
Down
• The
button does not finish this item. When you want to return to the
previous display, please press the ESC button.
RESET
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Reset the SCREEN Menu Items:
Selecting the EXECUTE performs this function.
EXECUTE
CANCEL
• The items of the SCREEN menu are collectively returned to the initial setting.
⇒
MESSAGE
Select the Message Mode:
TURN ON
⇔
TURN OFF
• When the TURN OFF is selected, the following message functions are
disabled:
The message of “AUTO IN PROGRESS”
The message of “NO INPUT IS DETECTED”
The message of “SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE”
The message while being searched for an input signal, “Searching …..”
The message when an input signal is detected, “Detecting …..”
The indication of the input signal by input change.
Multifunctional Settings (continued)
OPTION Menu
With the OPTION menu, the items shown in the table below can be performed.
Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the table below.
Item
VOLUME
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
VOLUME
SCREEN TYPE
LAMP TIME
FILTER TIME
RESET
16
4:3
1234h
21h
: SELECT
Description
Adjust Volume: High
⇔
Low
SCREEN TYPE
Select the Screen Type:
4:3
⇔
16:9
⇔
16:9
⇔
16-9
• Please select the screen type used and the picture position in case of 16:9.
This selection is used as basic information for a suitable display. This function
should be performed before other picture adjustment.
LAMP TIME
To begin the operation of this item, please press the
button of the
projector or the RESET button of the remote control for 3 seconds.
Reset the Lamp Timer:
Selecting the RESET performs this function.
RESET
CANCEL
• The numerical value of four digits shown on this menu is the projector use
time since the last RESET operation of this item. The value is reset to 0 at the
same time the RESET is selected.
• The value of this function is used to display the message of “CHANGE THE
LAMP”. So this function must be performed only immediately after replacing
the lamp.
Do not perform this function unless you have replaced the lamp. Perform this
function every time the lamp is replaced. Incorrect performing of this function
causes incorrect operation of the message function.
• Please see to the section “Lamp” about replacing the lamp.
FILTER TIME
To begin the operation of this item, please press the
button of the
projector or the RESET button of the remote control for 3 seconds.
Reset the Filter Timer:
Selecting the RESET performs this function.
RESET
CANCEL
• The numerical value of four digits shown on this menu is the projector use
time since the last RESET operation of this item. The value is reset to 0 at the
same time the RESET is selected.
• The value of this function is used to display the message of “CLEAN THE AIR
FILTER”. So this function must be performed only immediately after cleaning
or replacing the air filter.
Do not perform this function unless you have cleaned or replaced the air filter.
Perform this function every time the air filter is cleaned or replaced. Incorrect
performing of this function causes incorrect operation of the message
function.
• Please see to the section “Air Filter” about cleaning and replacing the air
filter.
RESET
Reset the OPTION Menu Items:
Selecting the EXECUTE performs this function.
EXECUTE
CANCEL
• The SCREEN TYPE item is returned to the initial setting. Note that the items
VOLUME, LAMP TIME and FILTER TIME are not reset.
⇒
⇒
⇒
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Lamp
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE
HIGH TEMPERATURE
HIGH PRESSURE
The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp can break with a
loud bang, or burn out, if jolted or scratched, handled while hot, or worn over time.
Note that each lamp has a different lifetime, and some may burst or burn out soon after
you start using them. In addition, when the bulb bursts, it is possible for shards of
glass to fly into the lamp housing, and for gas containing mercury to escape from the
projector’s vent holes.
• If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does), unplug the power
cord from the outlet, and make sure to request a replacement lamp from your local
dealer. Note that shards of glass could damage the projector’s internals, or cause
injury during handling, so please do not try to clean the projector or replace the lamp
yourself.
• If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does), ventilate the room
well, and make sure not to breathe the gas that comes out of the projector vents, or
get it in your eyes or mouth.
• Do not open the lamp cover while the projector is suspended from above. This is
dangerous, since if the lamp’s bulb has broken, the shards will fall out when the cover
is opened. In addition, working in high places is dangerous, so ask your local dealer
to have the lamp replaced even if the bulb is not broken
• If the indicators or a message prompts you to replace the lamp (see the section
“Related Messages” and “Regarding the indicator Lamps”), replace the lamp as soon
as possible. Using the lamp for long periods of time, or past the replacement date,
could cause it to burst. Do not use old (used) lamps; this is a cause of breakage.
• If the lamp breaks soon after the first time it is used, it is possible that there are
electrical problems elsewhere besides the lamp. If this happens, contact your local
dealer or a service representative.
• Use the lamp of the specified type only.Type number: DT00581 (sold separately)
• Handle with care: jolting or scratching could cause the lamp bulb to burst during use.
• Before replacing the lamp, make sure the power switch is off and the power cable is
not plugged in, then wait at least 45 minutes for the lamp to cool sufficiently. Handling
the lamp while hot can cause burns, as well as damaging the lamp.
• Do not use the projector with the lamp cover removed. At the lamp replacing, make
sure that the screws are screwed in firmly. Loose screws could result in damage or
injury.
• Obey local ordinances when disposing of used lamps. In most cases, it is possible to
dispose of used bulbs in the same manner as used glass bottles, but in some cases,
bulbs are sorted separately.
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Lamp (continued)
Replacing The Lamp
WARNING • Please carefully read the “User’s Manual - Safety Guide”.
CAUTION • Do not reset the lamp timer without replacing the lamp.
• When you replace the lamp, please replace also the air filter. The air filter may be
attached when you buy a replacement lamp for this projector. Please ask your dealer.
If the indicators or a message prompts you to replace the lamp, replace the lamp as soon
as possible. Using the lamp for long periods of time, or past the replacement date, could
cause it to burst. If the projector is mounted on the ceiling, or if the lamp has broken, do
not try to clean the projector or replace the lamp yourself.
1
Turn off the projector, and unplug the power cord. Allow the lamp
bulb to cool for at least 45 minutes.
2
Contact your local dealer to prepare a new lamp. Tell the dealer
your lamp type number. If the projector is mounted on the ceiling,
or if the lamp has broken, also ask the dealer to replace the lamp.
In the case of replacement by yourself,
3
After making sure that the projector
has cooled adequately, slowly flip
over the projector, so that the bottom
is facing up.
4
Hold the release button while sliding
and taking up the lamp cover.
5
Unscrew the 2 screws, and slowly
pick up the lamp by the handles.
6
Insert the new lamp, and tighten the 2
screws firmly to lock it in place.
7
Slide the lamp cover into place until it locks into position.
8
Slowly turn the projector so that the top is facing up.
9
Turn on the projector, and reset the lamp timer. When the lamp has
been replaced after the message of “THE POWER WILL TURN OFF
AFTER 0hr.” is displayed, complete the following operation within
10 minutes of switching power on.
Lamp cover
Release button
Handles
Screws
(1) While the projector running, press the MENU button to open the menu.
(2) Choose the “OPTION” on the menu using the
button, then press the
/
or ENTER button.
(3) Choose the “LAMP TIME” using the
button, then press and hold the
/
of projector or the RESET button of remote control for 3 seconds.
(4) Choose the “RESET” using the
button.
button
button
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Air Filter
WARNING • Please carefully read the “User’s Manual - Safety Guide”.
• Before replacing the air filter, make sure the power switch is off and the power cable
is not plugged in.
• Use the air filter of the specified type only. Type number: NJ08292 (sold separately)
• Do not use the projector with the air filter and filter cover removed. The use without
the air filter could result in damage.
CAUTION • Do not reset the filter timer without cleaning or replacing the air filter.
• If the air filter becomes clogged by dust or the like, internal temperature rises and
could cause malfunction. The power is automatically turned off in order to prevent the
projector from overheating internally.
• When you replace the lamp, please replace also the air filter. The air filter may be
attached when you buy a replacement lamp for this projector. Please ask your dealer.
Caring For The Air Filter
The air filter should be cleaned about every 100 hours. If the indicators or a message
prompts you to clean the air filter (see the section “Related Messages” and “Regarding
The Indicator Lamps”), clean the air filter as soon as possible. If the air filter becomes
clogged by dust or the like, internal temperature rises and could cause malfunction.
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1
Turn off the projector, and unplug the power cord.
2
Apply a vacuum cleaner to
the top of the filter cover to
clean the air filter.
3
Reset the filter timer.
Filter Cover
(1) Turn on the projector. While the projector running, press the MENU button to
open the menu.
(2) Choose the “OPTION” on the menu using the
button, then press the
/
button or ENTER button.
(3) Choose the “FILTER TIME” using the
button, then press and hold the
/
button of projector or the RESET button of remote control for 3 seconds.
(4) Choose the “RESET” using the
button.
Air Filter (continued)
Replacing The Air Filter
If the soiling will not come off the air filter, or it becomes damaged, then it needs to be
replaced. Please replace the air filter as soon as possible.
1
Turn off the projector, and unplug the power cord.
2
Contact your local dealer to prepare a
new air filter. Tell the dealer your air
filter type number.
3
After making sure that the projector
has cooled adequately, remove the
filter cover. Hold the release buttons of
the filter cover, while pulling up it.
4
Hold the release buttons of the air
filter, while pulling down it.
Filter cover
Release buttons
Release buttons
Air filter
5
Insert a new air filter, and replace the filter cover.
6
Reset the filter timer.
(1) Turn on the projector. While the projector running, press the MENU button to
open the menu.
(2) Choose the “OPTION” on the menu using the
button, then press the
/
button or ENTER button.
(3) Choose the “FILTER TIME” using the
button, then press and hold the
/
button of projector or the RESET button of remote control for 3 seconds.
(4) Choose the “RESET” using the
button.
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Other Care
WARNING • Please carefully read the “User’s Manual - Safety Guide”.
• Before replacing the air filter, make sure the power switch is off and the power cable
is not plugged in.
ATTENTION • Do not use cleaners or chemicals other than those listed below,
including benzene and paint thinner.
• Do not use aerosols or sprays.
• Do not polish or wipe with hard objects.
Caring For The Inside Of The Projector
In order to ensure the safe use of your projector, please have it cleaned and inspected by
your local dealer about once every 2 years. Never try to care for the inside of the unit
yourself. Doing so is dangerous.
Caring For The Lens
1
Turn off the projector, and unplug the
power cord.
2
Lightly wipe the lens with a
commercially available lens-cleaning
wipe. Do not touch the lens directly
with your hand.
Lens
Caring For The Cabinet And Remote Control
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1
Turn off the projector, and unplug the power cord.
2
Wipe lightly with gauze or a soft cloth.
If soiling is severe, dip soft cloth in water or a neutral cleaner dilute in water, and
wipe lightly after wringing well. Then, wipe lightly with a soft, dry cloth.
Troubleshooting
Related Messages
When the unit's power is ON, messages such as those shown below may be displayed.
When any such message is displayed on the screen, please respond as described
below. If the same message is displayed after the treatment, or if a message other than
the following appears, please contact your dealer or service company.
Message
CHANGE THE LAMP
AFTER REPLACING LAMP,
RESET THE LAMP TIMER.
(*1)
Description
Lamp usage time is approaching 2000 hours. (*2)
Preparation of a new lamp, and an early lamp change is
recommended. After you have changed the lamp, please be
sure to reset the lamp timer.
CHANGE THE LAMP
AFTER REPLACING LAMP,
RESET THE LAMP TIMER.
THE POWER WILL TURN OFF
AFTER ** hr.
(*1)
Lamp usage time is approaching 2000 hours. (*2)
A lamp change within ** hours is recommended. When lamp
usage reaches 2000 hours, the power will automatically be
turned OFF. Please change the lamp by referring to the “Lamp”
section of this manual. After you have changed the lamp,
please be sure to reset the lamp timer.
CHANGE THE LAMP
AFTER REPLACING LAMP,
RESET THE LAMP TIMER.
THE POWER WILL TURN OFF
AFTER 0 hr.
As lamp use has reached 2000 hours (*2), the power will soon
be automatically turned OFF.
Please immediately turn the power off, and change the lamp by
referring to the “Lamp” section of this manual. After you have
changed the lamp, please be sure to reset the lamp timer.
NO INPUT IS DETECTED
ON ***
There is no input signal.
Please confirm the signal input connection, and the status of the
signal source.
SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE
ON *** fH *****kHz fV *****Hz
The horizontal or vertical wavelength of the inputted signal is
outside of the response parameters of this unit.
Please confirm the specs for this unit or the signal source
specs.
CHECK THE AIR FLOW
The internal portion temperature is rising.
Please turn the power OFF, and allow the unit to cool down at
least 20 minutes. After having confirmed the following items,
please turn the power ON again.
• Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
• Is the air filter dirty?
• Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
NOTE (*1) • Although this message will be automatically disappeared after around 3 minutes, it will be reappeared
every time the power is turned ON.
(*2) • Lamps have a finite product life. Lamps are characterized by the fact that, after long hours of usage, a lamp will no
longer light up, or the lamp will break or burst, etc. This unit is equipped with an automatic shut-down function, such that
the power will automatically be turned OFF when lamp usage time has reached 2,000 hours. Please be aware, however,
that among lamp types, there are major differences in product lifetimes; a lamp may thus fail to light even prior to the
functioning of the automatic shut-down function of this unit.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Related Messages (continued)
Message
Description
A note of precaution when cleaning the air filter.
CLEAN THE AIR FILTER
Please immediately turn the power OFF, and clean or change
POWER OFF FIRST,
the air filter by referring to the “Air Filter” section of this manual.
THEN CLEAN THE AIR FILTER. After you have cleaned or changed the air filter, please be sure
to reset the filter timer.
AFTER CLEANING THE AIR
If the same message is displayed after the treatment, please
FILTER,
clean the transparent area of filter cover and the dust-detecting
RESET THE FILTER TIMER.
window, according to the following.
ATTENTION • The transparent area of filter cover and the dust-detecting window
should be cleaned for normal operation of the optical dust detecting system. Please
pay attention not to remain fiber or fragment of cloth inside the duct.
1
Turn off the projector, and unplug the
power cord.
2
After making sure that the projector
has cooled adequately, remove the
filter cover.
3
Filter cover
Hold the release buttons of the filter cover, while
pulling up it.
Release buttons
Wipe the transparent area of the filter
cover by using a swab or a soft cloth.
Filter cover
Transparent area
4
Release buttons
Remove the air filter.
Hold the release buttons of the air filter, while pulling
down it.
Air filter
5
Dust detecting window
Wipe the dust-detecting window by
using a soft cloth.
(Rear side)
(Bottom side)
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6
Replace the air filter and filter cover.
Troubleshooting (continued)
Regarding The Indicator Lamps
ATTENTION • When the interior portion has become overheated, for safety
purposes, the power source is automatically turned off, and the indicator lamps may
also be turned off. In such a case, press the “○” (power OFF) side of the main power
switch, and wait at least 45 minutes. After the unit has sufficiently cooled down, please
make confirmation of the attachment state of the lamp and lamp cover, and then turn
the power on again.
Lighting and flashing of the POWER indicator, the LAMP indicator, and the TEMP indicator
have the meanings as described in the table below. Please respond in accordance with the
instructions within the table. If the same indication is displayed after the treatment, or if an
indication other than the following is displayed, please contact your dealer or service
company.
POWER
indicator
LAMP
indicator
TEMP
indicator
Description
Lighting in
orange
Turned off
Turned off
The unit is in a standby state. Please refer to the “Power
ON/OFF” section of this manual.
Flashing in
green
Turned off Turned off
The unit is warming up. Please wait.
Lighting in
green
Turned off Turned off
The unit is in an ON state. Ordinary operations may be
performed.
Flashing in
orange
Turned off Turned off
The unit is cooling down. Please wait.
Blinking in
red
Lighting or
blinking in
red
Lighting or
blinking in
red
The unit is cooling down. A certain error has been detected.
Wait until the POWER indicator has finished flashing, and then
perform the proper response measure using the item
descriptions below as reference.
The projector lamp has not been properly fixed (attached),
the projector lamp does not light, and/or there is a possibility
that the interior portion has become heated. Turn the power
OFF and wait at least 20 minutes. After the unit has sufficiently
cooled down, please make confirmation of the following items,
Lighting in
Turned off and then turn the power ON again. If the same indication is
red
displayed, please change the lamp.
• Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
• Is the air filter is dirty?
• Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
-
Blinking in
red
-
Turned off
The lamp cover has not been properly fixed (attached). Turn
the power OFF and wait at least 45 minutes. After the unit has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation of the
attachment state of the lamp and lamp cover, and then turn
the power ON again.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Regarding The Indicator Lamps (continued)
POWER
indicator
Lighting or
blinking in
red
LAMP
indicator
TEMP
indicator
Turned off
The cooling fan is not operating. Turn the power OFF and wait
at least 20 minutes. After the unit has sufficiently cooled down,
Blinking in
please make confirmation of the following item, and then
red
resent the power to ON.
• Is there no foreign matter caught in the cooling fan?
Description
There is a possibility that the interior portion has become
heated. Turn the power OFF and wait at least 20 minutes.
After the unit has sufficiently cooled down, please make
Lighting or
Lighting in confirmation of the following item, and then resent the power
blinking in Turned off
to ON.
red
red
• Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
• Is the air filter is dirty?
• Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
Lighting in
green
Lighting in
green
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Alternative blinking in
the red
There is a possibility that the interior portion has become
overcooled. Please use the unit within the usage temperature
parameters (0°C to 35°C). After the treatment, resent the
power to ON.
Simultaneous blinking
in red
It is time to clean the air filter, or there is no air filter. Please
immediately turn the power OFF, and clean or change the air
filter by referring to the “Air Filter” section of this manual. After
you have cleaned or changed the air filter, please be sure to
reset the filter timer. After the treatment, resent the power to
ON.
Troubleshooting (continued)
Phenomena That May Easily Be Mistaken For Machine Defects
WARNING • Please carefully read the “User’s Manual - Safety Guide”.
Never use the projector if abnormal operations such as smoke, strange odor, excessive
sound, damaged casing or elements or cables, penetration of liquids or foreign matter,
etc. should occur.
NOTE • Although bright spots or dark spots may appear on the screen, this is a
unique characteristic of liquid crystal displays, and such do not constitute or imply a
machine defect.
Before requesting repair, please check in accordance with the following chart. If the
situation cannot be corrected, then contact your dealer.
Phenomenon
Cases not involving a machine defect,
and Items to be confirmed
The main power source is not ON.
Turn on the main power.
Power does not
come ON.
Neither sounds
nor pictures are
outputted.
Pictures are
displayed,
but no sounds
are heard.
Sounds are
heard,
but no pictures
are displayed.
The electrical power cord is not plugged in.
Correctly connect the power cord.
11,14
The main power source has been interrupted during operation,
such as by a power outage (blackout), etc.
Be sure to press the “○” (power OFF) side of the main power switch,
and leave this OFF for at least 20 minutes. After the unit has
sufficiently cooled down, turn ON the power source.
14
The input changeover settings are mismatched.
Select the input signal, and correct the settings.
15
No signal is being inputted.
Correctly connect the connection cables.
10
The electrical wiring to this unit is not correctly connected.
Correctly connect the connection cables.
10
The volume setting has been set at (or adjusted to) an
extremely low level.
Adjust the VOLUME setting to a higher level.
17
The MUTE mode is the current setting.
Press the MUTE button to release (change) the MUTE mode setting.
17
The electrical wiring to this unit is not correctly connected.
Correctly connect the connection cables.
10
The brightness setting has been set at (or adjusted to) an
extremely low level.
Adjust the BRIGHT setting to a brighter level.
23
The lens cap has not been removed.
Remove the lens cap.
Colors have a
faded- out
appearance, or
Color tone is
poor.
Reference
pages
Color settings are not correctly adjusted.
Perform picture adjustments by changing the COLOR BAL R,
COLOR BAL G, COLOR BAL B, COLOR, and/or the TINT settings,
etc.
4,14
24
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Phenomena That May Easily Be Mistaken For Machine Defects (continued)
Phenomenon
Pictures appear
dark.
Cases not involving a machine defect,
and Items to be confirmed
Reference
pages
The brightness setting and/or contrast setting has not been
properly adjusted.
Perform picture adjustments by changing the BRIGHT and/or
CONTRAST settings, etc.
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The WHISPER mode is the current setting.
Change (by releasing) from the WHISPER mode.
Lamp is approaching the end of its product lifetime.
Exchange the old lamp with a new lamp.
Pictures appear
blurry.
Either the FOCUS setting or the H PHASE is not properly
adjusted.
Adjust the focus and the H PHASE setting.
The lens is dirty or misty.
Clean the lens.
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15,26
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Warranty And After-Service
If a problem occurs with the equipment, first refer to the “Troubleshooting” section of this
manual, and run through the suggested checks. If this does not resolve the problem
contact your dealer or service company. They will tell you what warranty condition is
applied.
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Specifications
Item
Specification
Product name
Liquid
crystal
panel
Liquid crystal projector
Panel size
1.4 cm (0.55 type)
Drive system
TFT active matrix
Pixels
480,000 pixels (800 horizontal x 600 vertical)
Lens
Zoom lens F=1.6 ~ 1.8 f=16.8 ~ 20.1 mm
Lamp
130W UHB
Speaker
1.0W
Power supply
AC100 ~ 120V, 2.4A / AC220 ~ 240V, 1.1A
Power consumption
220W
Temperature range
0 ~ 35°C (Operating)
Size
332 (W) x 92 (H) x 254 (D) mm (Not including protruding parts)
Weight (mass)
2.94 kg
Ports
RGB Input Ports
RGB ................................1
VIDEO Input Ports
VIDEO ............................1
S-VIDEO ........................1
COMPONENT VIDEO
(CR/PR, CB/PB, Y) ............1
Optional Parts
Lamp: DT00581 Air Filter: NJ08292
For others, consult your dealer.
AUDIO Ports
AUDIO ............................1
AUDIO R, L. ....................1
CONTROL Ports
CONTROL ....................1
NOTE • This specifications are subject to change without notice.
AC IN
254
332
92
71
110
39
85.5
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Projector
CP-S210/CP-S210T/CP-S210F
CP-S210W/CP-S210WT/CP-S210WF
User's Manual - Operating Guide
TECHNICAL
In this section, the technical information about this projector is described.
WARNING Before using, read the "User's Manual - Safety Guide" and these
manuals to ensure correct usage through understanding. After reading, store
them in a safe place for future reference.
NOTE • The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
• The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this manual.
• The reproduction, transmission or use of this document or contents is not permitted without
express written authority.
RADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT :
• VGA and XGA are registered trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation.
• Apple and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
• VESA and SVGA are trademarks of the Video Electronics Standard Association.
• Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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TECHNICAL
Signal Connectors
VIDEO
L - AUD I O - R
2 10 4 5 6
7 8 9
AUDIO
S-VIDEO
1
RGB
3
CONTROL
Y
CB/PB
CR/PR
COMPONENT VIDEO
Port
Specification
1 RGB
Video signal: RGB separate, Analog, 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminator (positive)
H/V. sync. signal:TTL level (positive/negative)
Composite sync. signal: TTL level
D-sub 15-pin shrink jack
11 12 13 14 15
6
7
1
8
2
9 10
3
4
5
2 AUDIO
(interlocked 1 port)
5
8
4
7
3
6
2
1
No.
6
7
Signal
Ground Red
Ground Green
No.
11
12
3
Video input Blue
8
Ground Blue
13
4
5
Ground
9
10
Ground
-
14
15
Signal
SDA (DDC)
H. sync./Composite
sync.
Vertical sync
SCL (DDC)
No.
7
8
9
Signal
RTS
CTS
-
200 mVrms, 50 kΩ (max. 3.0 Vp-p), Stereo mini jack
AUDIO 5 L, 6 R
(interlocked
4 / 7 8 9 / 10 )
COMPONENT VIDEO
7 Y, 8 CB/PB,
9 CR/PR
200 mVrms, 50 kΩ (max. 3.0 Vp-p), RCA jack
Y signal: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminator
CB/PB signal: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminator
CR/PR signal: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminator
3
No.
1
2
Signal
Ground
-
Mini Din 4-pin jack
10 S-VIDEO
2
No.
4
5
6
1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminator, RCA jack
4 VIDEO
4
Signal
Video input Red
Video input Green
D-sub 9-pin plug
No.
Signal
1
2
RD
3
TD
3 CONTROL
9
No.
1
2
1
2
3
4
Signal
Color signal: 0.286 Vp-p (NTSC, burst), 75 Ω terminator
Color signal: 0.300 Vp-p (PAL/SECAM, burst), 75 Ω terminator
Brightness signal: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminator
Ground
Ground
Example Of Computer Signal
Resolution
H×V
fH (kHz)
fV (Hz)
Rating
Signal mode
Display
mode
720 × 400
37.9
85.0
VESA
TEXT
Zoom in
640 × 480
31.5
59.9
VESA
640 × 480
35.0
66.7
640 × 480
37.9
72.8
640 × 480
37.5
75.0
640 × 480
43.3
800 × 600
800 × 600
VGA (60Hz)
Zoom in
Mac13"mode
Zoom in
VESA
VGA (72Hz)
Zoom in
VESA
VGA (75Hz)
Zoom in
85.0
VESA
VGA (85Hz)
Zoom in
35.2
56.3
VESA
SVGA (56Hz)
37.9
60.3
VESA
SVGA (60Hz)
800 × 600
48.1
72.2
VESA
SVGA (72Hz)
800 × 600
46.9
75.0
VESA
SVGA (75Hz)
800 × 600
53.7
85.1
VESA
SVGA (85Hz)
832 × 624
49.7
74.5
Mac16"mode
Zoom out
1024 × 768
48.4
60.0
VESA
XGA (60Hz)
Zoom out
1024 × 768
56.5
70.1
VESA
XGA (70Hz)
Zoom out
1024 × 768
60.0
75.0
VESA
XGA (75Hz)
Zoom out
1024 × 768
68.7
85.0
VESA
XGA (85Hz)
Zoom out
1152 × 864
67.5
75.0
VESA
SXGA (75Hz)
Zoom out
1280 × 960
60.0
60.0
VESA
SXGA (60Hz)
Zoom out
1280 × 1024
64.0
60.0
VESA
SXGA (60Hz)
Zoom out
1280 × 1024
80.0
75.0
VESA
SXGA (75Hz)
Zoom out
1280 × 1024
91.2
85.0
VESA
SXGA (85Hz)
Zoom out
1600 × 1200
75.0
60.0
VESA
UXGA (60Hz)
Zoom out
NOTE • Some computers may have multiple display screen modes. Use of some of these
modes will not be possible with this projector.
• Be sure to check jack type, signal level, timing and resolution before connecting this projector to a
computer.
• Depending on the input signal, full-size display may not be possible in some cases. Refer to the
number of display pixels above.
• Although the projector can display signals with resolution up to UXGA (1,600 x 1,200), the signal will
be converted to the projector’s panel resolution before being displayed. The best display
performance will be achieved if the resolutions of the input signal and projector panel are identical.
• The image may not be displayed correctly when the input sync. signal is “Composite Sync.” or
“Sync. on G”.
• Automatically adjustment may not function correctly with some input signals.
• When the image resolution is changed on a computer, depending on an input, automatic adjust
function may take some time and may not be completed. In this case, you may not be able to see a
check box to select “Yes/No” for the new resolution on Windows. Then the resolution will go back to
the original. It might be recommended to use other CRT or TFT monitors to change the resolution.
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Initial Set Signals
The following signals are used for the initial settings.
The signal timing of some computer models may be different. In such case, refer to
adjust the V.POSIT and H.POSIT of the menu.
Back porch b
Front porch d
Display interval c
Back porch b
Front porch d
Display interval c
DATA
DATA
HSYNC
VSYNC
Sync a
Computer /
Signal
4
Sync a
Horizontal signal timing (µs)
TEXT
a
2.0
b
3.0
c
20.3
d
1.0
Computer /
Signal
Vertical signal timimg (lines)
TEXT
a
3
b
42
c
400
d
1
VGA (60Hz)
3.8
1.9
25.4
0.6
VGA (60Hz)
2
33
480
10
Mac 13"mode
2.1
3.2
21.2
2.1
Mac 13"mode
3
39
480
3
VGA (72Hz)
1.3
3.8
20.3
1.0
VGA (72Hz)
3
28
480
9
VGA (75Hz)
2.0
3.8
20.3
0.5
VGA (75Hz)
3
16
480
1
VGA (85Hz)
1.6
2.2
17.8
1.6
VGA (85Hz)
3
25
480
1
SVGA (56Hz)
2.0
3.6
22.2
0.7
SVGA (56Hz)
2
22
600
1
SVGA (60Hz)
3.2
2.2
20.0
1.0
SVGA (60Hz)
4
23
600
1
SVGA (72Hz)
2.4
1.3
16.0
1.1
SVGA (72Hz)
6
23
600
37
SVGA (75Hz)
1.6
3.2
16.2
0.3
SVGA (75Hz)
3
21
600
1
SVGA (85Hz)
1.1
2.7
14.2
0.6
SVGA (85Hz)
3
27
600
1
Mac 16"mode
1.1
3.9
14.5
0.6
Mac 16"mode
3
39
624
1
XGA (60Hz)
2.1
2.5
15.8
0.4
XGA (60Hz)
6
29
768
3
XGA (70Hz)
1.8
1.9
13.7
0.3
XGA (70Hz)
6
29
768
3
XGA (75Hz)
1.2
2.2
13.0
0.2
XGA (75Hz)
3
28
768
1
XGA (85Hz)
1.0
2.2
10.8
0.5
XGA (85Hz)
3
36
768
1
1152×864 (75Hz)
1.2
2.4
10.7
0.6
1152×864 (75Hz)
3
32
864
1
1280×960 (60Hz)
1.0
2.9
11.9
0.9
1280×960 (60Hz)
3
36
960
1
1280×1024 (60Hz)
1.0
2.3
11.9
0.4
1280×1024 (60Hz)
3
38
1024
1
1280×1024 (75Hz)
1.1
1.8
9.5
0.2
1280×1024 (75Hz)
3
37
1024
2
1280×1024 (85Hz)
1.0
1.4
8.1
0.4
1280×1024 (85Hz)
3
44
1024
1
1600×1200 (60Hz)
1.2
1.9
9.9
0.4
1600×1200 (60Hz)
3
46
1200
1
RS-232C Communication
Connecting The Cable
(1) Turn off the projector and the computer power supplies.
(2) Connect the CONTROL port of the projector with a RS-232C port of the computer by a RS232C cable. Use the cable that fulfills the specification shown in the following figure.
(3) Turn on the computer power supply and after the computer has started up, turn on the
projector power supply.
Projector
RS-232C cross cable
CONTROL
port
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RD 2
TD 3
4
9
5
8
4
7
3
6
2
6
⇔
1
1
7
2
8
3
GND 5
9
4
6
5
RTS 7
CTS 8
D-sub 9-pin
jack
D-sub 9-pin
plug
9
Computer
RS-232C port
CD
RD
TD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
DTS
RI
5
4
9
3
8
2
7
1
6
⇔
D-sub 9-pin
jack
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
D-sub 9-pin
plug
Communications Setting
19200bps, 8N1
1. Protocol
Consist of header (7 bytes) + command data (6 bytes).
2. Header
BE + EF + 03 + 06 + 00 + CRC_low + CRC_high
CRC_low : Lower byte of CRC flag for command data
CRC_high : Upper byte of CRC flag for command data
3 Command data
Command Data Chart
byte_0
byte_1
byte_2
Action
low
byte_3
Type
high
low
byte_4
byte_5
Setting code
high
low
high
Action (byte_0 - 1)
Action
Classification
Content
1
SET
Change setting to desired value.
2
GET
Read projector internal setup value.
4
INCREMENT
Increment setup value by 1.
5
DECREMENT
Decrement setup value by 1.
6
EXECUTE
Run a command.
5
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Requesting projector status (Get command)
(1) Send the request code Header + Command data (‘02H’+‘00H’+ type (2
bytes)+‘00H’+‘00H’) from the computer to the projector.
(2) The projector returns the response code ‘1DH’+ data (2 bytes) to the computer.
Changing the projector settings (Set command)
(1) Send the setting code Header + Command data (‘01H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +
setting code (2 bytes)) from the computer to the projector.
(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Using the projector default settings (Reset Command)
(1) The computer sends the default setting code Header + Command data (‘06H’+‘00H’+
type (2 bytes) +‘00H’+‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector changes the specified setting to the default value.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Increasing the projector setting value (Increment command)
(1) The computer sends the increment code Header + Command data (‘04H’+‘00H’+
type (2 bytes) +‘00H’+‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector in creases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Decreasing the projector setting value (Decrement command)
(1) The computer sends the decrement code Header + Command data (‘05H’+‘00H’+
type (2 bytes) +‘00H’ + ‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector decreases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
When the projector cannot understand the received command
When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code ‘15H’ is
sent back to the computer.
Sometimes the projector cannot properly receive the command. In such a case, the
command is not executed and the error code ‘15H’ is sent back to the computer. If this
error code is returned, send the same command again.
When the projector cannot execute the received command.
When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code ‘1cH’ +
‘xxxxH’ is sent back to the computer. When the data length is greater than indicated by
the data length code, the projector ignore the excess data code.
Conversely when the data length is shorter than indicated by the data length code, an
error code will be returned to the computer.
NOTE • Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an
undefined command or data.
• Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.
• The projector outputs test data when the power supply is switched ON, and when the
lamp is lit. Ignore this data.
• Commands are not accepted during warm-up.
6
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Command Data Chart
Names
Operation type
Command data
Header
Type
Setting code
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B9 D3
02 00
07 20
00 00
Keystone
Increment
Decrement
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
06 00
06 00
DF D3
0E D2
04 00
05 00
07 20
07 20
00 00
00 00
Keystone Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
08 D0
06 00
0C 70
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
89 D2
02 00
03 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
EF D2
04 00
03 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
3E D3
05 00
03 20
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
58 D3
06 00
00 70
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
FD D3
02 00
04 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
9B D3
04 00
04 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
4A D2
05 00
04 20
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
A4 D2
06 00
01 70
00 00
4:3
BE EF
03
06 00
9E D0
01 00
08 20
00 00
16:9
BE EF
03
06 00
0E D1
01 00
08 20
01 00
15:9
BE EF
03
06 00
6E D0
01 00
08 20
03 00
32:15
BE EF
03
06 00
5E D2
01 00
08 20
04 00
WIDE
BE EF
03
06 00
CE D3
01 00
08 20
05 00
ZOOM
BE EF
03
06 00
3E D3
01 00
08 20
06 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
AD D0
02 00
08 20
00 00
NORMAL
BE EF
03
06 00
3B 23
01 00
00 33
00 00
WHISPER
BE EF
03
06 00
AB 22
01 00
00 33
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
08 23
02 00
00 33
00 00
Normal
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 D2
01 00
01 30
00 00
H Inverse
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D3
01 00
01 30
01 00
V lnverse
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 D3
01 00
01 30
02 00
H&V Inverse
BE EF
03
06 00
37 D2
01 00
01 30
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
F4 D2
02 00
01 30
00 00
Brightness
Brightness Reset
Contrast
Contrast Reset
Aspect
Whisper
Set
Set
Get
Set
Mirror
Get
CRC
Action
7
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Command Data Chart (continued)
Names
Language
Operation type
Set
Type
Setting code
English
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 D3
01 00
05 30
00 00
FRANÇAIS
BE EF
03
06 00
67 D2
01 00
05 30
01 00
Deutsch
BE EF
03
06 00
97 D2
01 00
05 30
02 00
ESPAÑOL
BE EF
03
06 00
07 D3
01 00
05 30
03 00
Italiano
BE EF
03
06 00
37 D1
01 00
05 30
04 00
Norsk
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 D0
01 00
05 30
05 00
Nederlands
PORTUGUÊS
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D0
01 00
05 30
06 00
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 D1
01 00
05 30
07 00
日本語
BE EF
03
06 00
37 D4
01 00
05 30
08 00
中文
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 D5
01 00
05 30
09 00
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D5
01 00
05 30
0A 00
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 D4
01 00
05 30
0B 00
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 D6
01 00
05 30
0C 00
SVENSKA
Gamma
Set
Custom Gamma
Custom
Color Temp
Set
Set
Set
BE EF
03
06 00
67 D7
01 00
05 30
0D 00
BE EF
03
06 00
97 D7
01 00
05 30
0E 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C4 D3
02 00
05 30
00 00
NORMAL
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 F0
01 00
A1 30
00 00
CINEMA
BE EF
03
06 00
57 F1
01 00
A1 30
01 00
DYNAMIC
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 F1
01 00
A1 30
02 00
CUSTOM
BE EF
03
06 00
07 FD
01 00
A1 30
10 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F4 F0
02 00
A1 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
08 F1
02 00
A0 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
6E F1
04 00
A0 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
BF F0
05 00
A0 30
00 00
USER
BE EF
03
06 00
3B F8
01 00
B0 30
10 00
HIGH
MIDDLE
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
06 00
06 00
0B F5
9B F4
01 00
01 00
B0 30
B0 30
03 00
02 00
LOW
BE EF
03
06 00
6B F4
01 00
B0 30
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
C8 F5
02 00
B0 30
00 00
50
BE EF
03
06 00
57 F7
01 00
B1 30
05 00
60
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 F6
01 00
B1 30
04 00
70
80
90
100
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
F7 F4
67 F5
97 F5
07 F4
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
B1 30
B1 30
B1 30
B1 30
03 00
02 00
01 00
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
34 F4
02 00
B1 30
00 00
50
BE EF
03
06 00
13 F7
01 00
B2 30
05 00
60
BE EF
03
06 00
83 F6
01 00
B2 30
04 00
70
BE EF
03
06 00
B3 F4
01 00
B2 30
03 00
80
BE EF
03
06 00
23 F5
01 00
B2 30
02 00
90
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 F5
01 00
B2 30
01 00
100
BE EF
03
06 00
43 F4
01 00
B2 30
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
70 F4
02 00
B2 30
00 00
Get
8
Action
SUOMI
Get
Custom User G
CRC
POLSKI
Get
Custom User R
Command data
Header
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Command Data Chart (continued)
Names
Operation type
Command data
Header
Type
Setting code
50
BE EF
03
06 00
EF F6
01 00
B3 30
05 00
60
BE EF
03
06 00
7F F7
01 00
B3 30
04 00
70
BE EF
03
06 00
4F F5
01 00
B3 30
03 00
80
BE EF
03
06 00
DF F4
01 00
B3 30
02 00
90
BE EF
03
06 00
2F F4
01 00
B3 30
01 00
100
BE EF
03
06 00
BF F5
01 00
B3 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
8C F5
02 00
B3 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
01 D2
02 00
05 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
67 D2
04 00
05 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
B6 D3
05 00
05 20
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
94 D3
06 00
05 70
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B5 D7
02 00
12 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 D7
04 00
12 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
02 D6
05 00
12 20
00 00
Color Balance G
Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
04 DB
06 00
29 70
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
45 D2
02 00
06 20
00 00
Color Balance B
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
23 D2
04 00
06 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
F2 D3
05 00
06 20
00 00
Color Balance B
Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
D0 D3
06 00
06 70
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F1 72
02 00
01 22
00 00
Sharpness
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
97 72
04 00
01 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
46 73
05 00
01 22
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
C4 D0
06 00
09 70
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B5 72
02 00
02 22
00 00
Color
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 72
04 00
02 22
00 00
Color Reset
Decrement
Execute
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
06 00
06 00
02 73
80 D0
05 00
06 00
02 22
0A 70
00 00
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
49 73
02 00
03 22
00 00
Tint
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
2F 73
04 00
03 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
FE 72
05 00
03 22
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
7C D1
06 00
0B 70
00 00
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
0E D7
9E D6
6E D6
FE D7
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
14 20
14 20
14 20
14 20
00 00
00 01
02 00
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
F2 D6
01 00
15 20
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
62 D7
01 00
15 20
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
92 D7
01 00
15 20
02 00
4
BE EF
03
06 00
02 D6
01 00
15 20
03 00
Custom User B
Set
Color Balance R
Color Balance R
Reset
Color Balance G
Sharpness Reset
Tint Reset
My Memory Load Set
My Memory Save Set
CRC
Action
9
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Command Data Chart (continued)
Names
Operation type
Get
V Position
Increment
Decrement
V Position Reset
Execute
Get
H Position
Increment
Decrement
H Position Reset
Execute
Get
H Phase
Increment
Decrement
Get
H Size
Increment
Decrement
H Size Reset
Execute
Get
Over Scan
Increment
Decrement
Over Scan Reset
Execute
AUTO
RGB
Set
SMPTE240
Color Space
REC709
REC601
Get
COMPONENT
Set
Component
SCART RGB
Get
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
Set
Video Format
NTSC 4.43
M-PAL
Frame Lock
3D-YCS
Set
Set
CRC
Action
Type
Setting code
0D 83
6B 83
BA 82
E0 D2
F1 82
97 82
46 83
1C D3
49 83
2F 83
FE 82
B5 82
D3 82
02 83
68 D2
91 70
F7 70
26 71
EC D9
0E 72
9E 73
6E 73
FE 72
CE 70
3D 72
4A D7
DA D6
79 D7
9E 75
FE 71
6E 70
6E 75
5E 72
FE 74
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
00 21
00 21
00 21
02 70
01 21
01 21
01 21
03 70
03 21
03 21
03 21
02 21
02 21
02 21
04 70
09 22
09 22
09 22
27 70
04 22
04 22
04 22
04 22
04 22
04 22
17 20
17 20
17 20
00 22
00 22
00 22
00 22
00 22
00 22
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
04 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
0A 00
04 00
05 00
09 00
02 00
08 00
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
N-PAL
BE EF
03
06 00
0E 71
01 00
00 22
07 00
Get
TURN OFF
TURN ON
Get
TURN OFF
NORMAL
STILL IMAGE
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
0D 73
CB D6
5B D7
F8 D6
E6 70
76 71
86 71
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
00 22
14 30
14 30
14 30
0A 22
0A 22
0A 22
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
BE EF
03
06 00
D5 70
02 00
0A 22
00 00
Get
10
Command data
Header
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Command Data Chart (continued)
Names
Video NR
Progressive
S2-Aspect
Operation type
Set
Set
Set
Auto Adjust
Auto off
Auto Search
Blank Color
Blank on/off
Startup
Set
Set
Set
Set
Menu Position V
LOW
MIDDLE
HIGH
Get
Turn off
TV
Film
Get
TURN OFF
TURN ON
Get
Execute
Get
Increment
Decrement
TURN OFF
TURN ON
Get
Blue
White
Black
Get
TURN OFF
TURN ON
Get
TURN ON
TURN OFF
Get
Get
Increment
Decrement
Command data
Header
CRC
Action
Type
Setting code
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
26 72
D6 72
46 73
85 73
4A 72
DA 73
2A 73
79 72
1A 71
8A 70
29 71
91 D0
08 86
6E 86
BF 87
B6 D6
26 D7
85 D6
CB D3
6B D0
9B D0
08 D3
FB D8
6B D9
C8 D8
0B D2
9B D3
38 D2
40 D7
26 D7
F7 D6
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
06 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 22
06 22
06 22
06 22
07 22
07 22
07 22
07 22
0B 22
0B 22
0B 22
0A 20
10 31
10 31
10 31
16 20
16 20
16 20
00 30
00 30
00 30
00 30
20 30
20 30
20 30
04 30
04 30
04 30
16 30
16 30
16 30
01 00
02 00
03 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
03 00
05 00
06 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
Menu Position V
Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
A8 C7
06 00
44 70
00 00
Menu Position H
Get
Increment
Decrement
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
04 D7
62 D7
B3 D6
02 00
04 00
05 00
15 30
15 30
15 30
00 00
00 00
00 00
Menu Position H
Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
DC C6
06 00
43 70
00 00
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
06 00
06 00
8F D6
1F D7
01 00
01 00
17 30
17 30
00 00
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
BC D6
02 00
17 30
00 00
Message
Set
TURN OFF
TURN ON
Get
11
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Command Data Chart (continued)
Names
Operation type
Volume
MUTE
Screen type
Set
Set
Lamp Time
Lamp Time Reset
Filter Time
Filter Time Reset
Magnify
Freeze
Set
Set
Get
Increment
Decrement
TURN ON
TURN OFF
Get
4:3
16:9- Top
16:9- Center
16:9- Bottom
Get
Get
Execute
Get
Execute
Get
Increment
Decrement
Normal
Freeze
Get
TURN OFF
TURN ON
Command data
Header
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
CRC
Action
Type
Setting code
31 D3
57 D3
86 D2
46 D3
D6 D2
75 D3
7A D6
EA D7
1A D7
8A D6
49 D6
C2 FF
58 DC
C2 F0
98 C6
7C D2
1A D2
CB D3
83 D2
13 D3
B0 D2
2A D3
BA D2
19 D3
02 00
04 00
05 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
02 00
06 00
02 00
06 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 20
01 20
01 20
02 20
02 20
02 20
01 00
13 20
01 00
13 20
01 00
90 10
30 70
A0 10
40 70
07 30
07 30
07 30
02 30
02 30
02 30
00 60
00 60
00 60
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 20
00 20
00 20
00 20
00 20
20 60
00 00
01 00
02 00
05 00
00 00
00 00
Power
Get
Input Source
Error Status
12
Set
RGB
Video
S-Video
Component
Get
Get
(Example Return)
00 00
(Off)
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
01 00
(On)
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
02 00
(Cool down)
FE D2
6E D3
9E D3
AE D1
CD D2
D9 D8
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
02 00
(Example of Return)
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
(Normal) (Cover-error) (Fan-error) (Lamp-error)
04 00
05 00
06 00
07 00
08 00
(Temp-error) (Air flow(Lamp- (Cool-error) (Filter-Error)
error)
Time-over)
09 00
(FilterMissing)