Vivitek D8010W User`s manual

User’s Manual
D8800 Series
Contents
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
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yCopyright
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yDisclaimer
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yAbout
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this manual 4
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yDisposal
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of old electrical and electronic equipment
yImportant
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Recycle Instructions:
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yAbout
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This Manual
yDescription,
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Features and Benefits
yParts
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List 7
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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INTRODUCTION7
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
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yD8800/D8900/D8010W
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at a Glance
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yI/O
y Panel
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yKEYPAD11
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yRemote
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control
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yTo
y install batteries in the remote control
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yRange
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of effective remote control signal reception
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Installation Considerations
yAmbient
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Light
yThrow
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Distance
yModes
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of installation
yAllow
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at least 50 cm clearance around the exhaust vent.
Lens Shift
yVertical
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Lens Shift
yHorizontal
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Lens Shift
Connecting the projector to other devices.
yHDMI
y
Connection
yTrigger
y
connection
yIR
y Input connection
yS-VIDEO,
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VIDEO connection
yCOMPONENT
y
connection
yRS-232
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Connection
yLAN
y
Connection
Start using the projector - Adjustments
yConnecting
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to AC Power
yTurning
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on the Power
yChanging
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the OSD Language
yAdjusting
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the Picture Orientation
yLens
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Adjustments
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Start using the projector - Operation
ySelecting
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An Input Source
ySelecting
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an Aspect Ratio
yUsing
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the OSD
Start using the projector - OSD Introduction
yOSD
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Menu Tree
yOSD
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Introduction - INPUT
yOSD
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Introduction - PICTURE
yOSD
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Introduction - LAMPS
yOSD
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Introduction - ALIGNMENT
yOSD
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Introduction - CONTROL
yOSD
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Introduction - SERVICE
Change Lamp
yTo
y replace the projector lamp1
yTo
y replace the projector lamp2
Change Lens
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yTo
y replace the projector Lens
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yTo
y replace the Filter on the left side of the projector
yTo
y replace the Filter on the right side of the projector yyChange the color wheel
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Change Filter
LED Status
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yPower
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LED
yStatus
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LED
yLamp1/Lamp2
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LED
yTemp
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LED
yShutter
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LED
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yTransfer
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Specifications
yRS-232
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Commands
yIR
y Codes and Key names
yOperations
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Commands
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SPECIFICATIONS55
SERIAL INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS
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Dimensions64
Supported Timings
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Projection Distance and Screen Size
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yOptional
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Lens
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COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
Copyright
This publication, including all photographs, illustrations and software, is protected under international copyright laws,
with all rights reserved. Neither this manual, nor any of the material contained herein, may be reproduced without written consent of the manufacturer. The Vivitek logo is a trademark of “Vivitek Corporation.” © Copyright 2012
Disclaimer
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer makes no representations or
warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or
fitness for any particular purpose. The manufacturer reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes
from time to time in the content here without obligation of the manufacturer to notify any person of such revision or
changes.
About this manual
This manual is intended for end users and describes how to install and operate the DLP projector. Wherever possible,
relevant information such as an illustration and its description has been kept on one page. This printer-friendly format is
both for your convenience and to help save paper, thereby protecting the environment. It is suggested that you only print
sections that are relevant to your needs.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Thank you for your purchase of this quality product! For best performance, please read this manual carefully as it is your
guide through the menus and operation.
1. Read and Keep these instructions.
2. Heed all warnings.
3. Follow all instructions.
4. Do not use this apparatus near water. And not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
5. Clean only with a dry cloth.
6. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
7. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or
the third prong is provided for your safety. When the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for the replacement of the obsolete outlet.
8. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
9. Only use the attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
10. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus to avoid injury from tip-over.
11. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
12. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in
any way, such as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
13. The +12V trigger only outputs 12V DC signal for triggering. Do not connect to any other power input or output.
This could cause damage to this unit.
14. Keep the packing material in case the equipment should ever need to be shipped.
15. Never look into the lens when the projector is on.
AVOID EYE CONTACT TO THE LIGHT
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Disposal of old electrical and electronic equipment
(Applicable throughout the European Union and other European countries with separate collection programs)
This symbol found on your product or on its packaging, indicates that this product should not
be treated as household waste when you wish to dispose of it. Instead, it should be handed
over to an applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By
ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate disposal of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources.
This symbol is only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard this product, please
contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Important Recycle Instructions:
Lamp(s) inside this product contain mercury. This product may contain other electronic waste
that can be hazardous if not disposed of properly. Recycle or dispose in accordance with local,
state, or federal Laws. For more information, contact the Electronic Industries Alliance at WWW.
EIAE.ORG. For lamp specific disposal information check WWW.LAMPRECYCLE.ORG.
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INTRODUCTION
About This Manual
This User’s Manual describes how to install, set up and operate the D8800/D8900/D8010W. Throughout this manual,
the Projector is referred to as the “D8800/D8900/D8010W.”
Target Audience Vivitek has prepared this manual to help installers and end users get the most out of the D8800/
D8900/D8010W. Vivitek has made every effort to ensure that this manual is accurate as of the date it was printed. However, because of ongoing product improvements and customer feedback, it may require updating from time to time. You
can always find the latest version of this and other Vivitek product manuals on-line, at www.vivitekcorp.com.
Description, Features and Benefits
The Vivitek D8800/D8900/D8010W provide state-of-the-art technology for full HD (1920 x 1200, WUXGA 16:10) native
resolution for crystal clear, pristine images. The D8800/D8900/D8010W offer incredibly high definition images at today’s highest avail-able resolutions. Equipped with precision optics, the D8800/D8900/D8010W include zoom, focus and
lens shift controls for a throw range of 1.85:1 to 2.40:1. For a smaller throw distance (1.56:1 to 1.86:1), the D8800/D8900/
D8010W can be fitted with a varying optics package (optional) to meet different requirements. Exceptional scaling and
film-to-video (3:2 pull-down) conversion is easily achieved. Combined with Vivitek’s sophisticated parameters for white
balancing, the D8800/D8900/D8010W’s proprietary de-interlacing technology provides the highest level of development for gray-scale and color balancing and artifact-free images. Completing this engineering marvel are discrete infrared (IR) and RS-232 control, power and source selection controls for seamless, flexible operation.
„„ Key Features and Benefits
The D8800/D8900/D8010W offer these key features and benefits:
yNative
y
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (16:10 Native Aspect Ratio).
yDLP
y
system using high-performance Digital Micromirror Device (DMD).
yHDMI
y
1.3 Input with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP).
yHDTV
y
Compatible.
yExcellent
y
Video Processing on progressive and interlaced video inputs.
„„ Green Product with:
yLead
y
free solder used for soldering including circuit and component electronics.
yLead
y
free glasses and coatings.
yRecycled
y
paper used in the user manuals and packing cartons.
yEnergy
y
Saving: High efficiency power switching and less than 0.5W power consumption in standby mode.
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„„ Additional Features of the D8800/D8900/D8010W
yHorizontal
y
and vertical lens shift.
yKeystone
y
adjustment.
Parts List
Your D8800/D8900/D8010W is shipped with the following items, if any items are missing or damaged, please contact
your dealer or Vivitek Customer Service.
Accessory Box List
D8800/D8900/D8010W
Item
Manual Assy
Q’ty
EU/ASIA/US/TWN
China
1
CD-ROM
1
●
●
2
WARRANTY CARD (US/EUR)
1
●
3
WARRANTY CARD (CN)
1
●
4
RoHS Card (CN)
1
●
5
QC Pass Card (CN)
1
●
6
Important Information (CN)
1
●
●
7
POWER CORD 125Vac USA
1
●
8
POWER CORD 250Vac EUR
1
●
9
POWER CORD 250Vac CHINA
1
●
10
VGA Signal cable
1
●
●
11
SCREW M M4*0.7*70 PAN C SUS
1
●
●
12
BATTERY
2
●
●
13
REMOTE
1
●
●
14
MODULE COLOR TYPE COLOR WHEEL
1
●
●
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
D8800/D8900/D8010W at a Glance
yAir
y outlet
Warm air exits the projector through this vent. Ensure
that it is not blocked.
yAir
y inlet
Internal fans draw cool air into the projector through
this vent.
Rear Infre-red window
(remote control)
Air inlet
Power inlet
Adjustable
feet*4
Power switch
yAdjustable
y
feet
Use these when the projector is installed in a tabletop configuration to level the image and/or adjust the
projection angle.
yPower
y
Inlet
For input power from wall outlet to projector.
yRear
y
Infre-red window
For receive the remote controller’s message.
Air outlet
Air inlet
Air outlet
Air outlet
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I/O Panel
HDMI
DVI-D
IN
SDI
B/Pb
G/Y
R/Pr
V
H
WIRED REMOTE
TRIGGER
S-VIEDO
VIEDO
OUT
LAN
RGB
RS-232
ySDI
y
Connect a BNC cable from a serial digital interface (SDI) device.
yHDMI
y
Connect an HDMI source.
yDVI
y
Connect a DVI source.
yComponent
y
Connect a Component (YUV HS/VS-CS) source.
yWIRED
y
REMOTE
Wired input from a Niles- or Xantech-compatible, infrared (IR) repeater system.
yTRIGGER
y
(3.5-mm, mini phone jack) Offers 12 (+/- 1.5) V of output for 350mA monitor relay with short circuit protection.
yS-VIDEO
y
A standard S-Video input for connecting a DVD player, satellite receiver or Super VHS (S-VHS) VCR.
yVIDEO
y
Standard composite video input for connecting a VCR, laser disc player or other composite video source. Also provides composite sync input for RGBS sources.
yLAN
y
Connect an RJ45 ethernet cable.
yRGB
y
Provides a standard, 15-pin VGA-style connection to either an RGB or component high-definition source, or to a
personal computer.
The D8800/D8900/D8010W automatically detect the input signal resolution.
yRS-232
y
9-pin D-sub connector for interfacing with a PC or home theater automation/control system.
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KEYPAD
POWER
INPUT
AUTO SYNC
ASPECT
OPEN
CLOSE
SHUTTER
MENU
EXIT
LENS
SHIFT
FOCUS
ZOOM
yPOWER
y
Use the button to turn on/off the projector.
yINPUT
y
Press to select a video source. HDMI, DVI, VGA, Component / BNC Composite, S-Video or 3D-SGI.
Press this to re-acquire the current active source.
yASPECT
y
Press this to change the aspect ratio of the current image.
ySHUTTER
y
Use the buttons to turn on/off shutter.
yMENU
y
Press this button to show or hide the OSD menu.
yENTER,
y
, , , 
Use these buttons to select items or settings, adjust settings or switch display patterns.
yEXIT
y
Press this to go one menu higher or exit the OSD menu.
yLENS
y
SHIFT
Button to shift control of the lens, up/down or left/right.
yFOCUS
y
Button to focus the projected image.
yZOOM
y
Button to zoom in/out the lens.
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Remote control
ON
FOCUS
POWER
OFF
ZOOM
TEST
PATTERN
LENS SHIFT
ENTER
MENU
EXIT
INPUT
PICTURE
NETWORK
AUTO SYNC
ASPECT
PIP
1
2
3
OVERSCAN
FREEZE
LAMP MODE
4
5
6
3D MODE
INFO.
LIGHT
7
8
9
CLEAR
SHUTTER
ID SET
0
yyON
Use this button to turn the projector on.
yyOFF
Use this button to turn the projector off.
yyFOCUS
Focuses the projected images.
yyZOOM
Zoom in/out the projected image.
yyTEST PATTERN
Use this to enter test pattern menu.
yyLENS SHIFT
Button to shift control of the lens, up/down or left/right.
yyENTER, , , , 
Use these buttons to select items or settings, adjust settings or switch
display patterns. ENTER: Press to select a highlighted menu item or confirm
a changed setting.
yyMENU
Press this button to show or hide the OSD menu.
yyEXIT
Press this to go one menu higher or exit the OSD menu.
yyINPUT
Press to select a input source.
yyPICTURE
Starts the PICTURE function.
yyNETWORK
Press this to enter the Network (LAN) menu.
yyAUTO SYNC
Press this to re-acquire the current active source.
yyASPECT
Selection Button: Press this button repeatedly to select one of the following
aspect ratios: 16 : 9: For viewing 16:9 DVDs or HDTV programs in their native
aspect ratio.
yyPIP
Press this to display the picture-in-picture screen.
yyOVERSCAN
Press to select an overscan mode.
yyFREEZE
Freeze/unfreezes the on-screen picture.
yyLAMP MODE
Press this to select a higher or lower brightness setting.
yy3D MODE
This function is not available for this model.
yyINFO.
Starts the SERVICE function.
yyLIGHT
Press this to turn on remote control backlight.
yyCLEAR
Not available
yySHUTTER
Use the button to turn on/off shutter.
yyID SET
Not available
Notes on Remote Control Operation
yy In most situations, you can simply point the remote control at the screen which will reflect the IR signal from the re-mote back
toward the IR receiver on the projector. In some cases, however, ambient conditions may prevent this. If so, point the remote
control at the projector and try again.
yy If the effective range of the remote control decreases, or it stops working, replace the batteries with new ones.
yy The remote control may fail to operate if the infrared remote sensor is exposed to bright sunlight or fluorescent lighting.
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To install batteries in the remote control
STEP 1
STEP 2
STEP 3
1. Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow to remove it.
2. Install two AA batteries with the correct polarity.
3. Replace the cover.
Notes on Batteries
yyMake sure that the battery polarities are correct when installing the batteries.
yyDo not mix an old battery with a new one or different types of batteries.
yyIf you will not use the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage from battery leakage.
Range of effective remote control signal reception
10m
30°
IR Reception effective Angles: 30°
IR Reception effective distance: 10m
Note: Avoid placing the remote control at places of high temperature or humidity as it could cause the remote control to malfunction.
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Installation Considerations
Proper installation of your projector will ensure the quality of your display. Whether you are installing a projector temporarily or permanently, you should take the following into account to ensure your projector performs
optimally.
Ambient Light
In general, minimize or eliminate light sources directed at the screen. Contrast ratio in your images will be noticeably
reduced if light directly strikes the screen, such as when a shaft of light from a window or floodlight falls on the image.
Images may then appear washed out and less vibrant.
Requires separate room Installation cost is usually higher.
Throw Distance
Throw distance is the distance measured from the front of the projector to the screen. This is an important calculation in
any projector installation as it determines whether or not you have enough room to install your projector with a de-sired
screen size and if your image will be the right size for your screen. You can quickly estimate the throw distance by taking
the width of the screen and multiplying it by the lens throw ratio; see the image as following. The result of this calculation tells you roughly how far back the projector should be positioned from the screen in order to project a focused image large enough to fill the screen.
Throw Distance (TD) = Screen Width (W) x Throw Ratio (TR)
Scree
n Width
ow
Thr
nce
ta
Dis
(W)
)
(TD
Two models of the D8800/D8900/D8010W are available, one with 1.56-1.86:1 lens and the other with 1.85-2.40:1 lens
With optional zoom adaptors throw ratios of 1.24 – 3.0 can be achieved. The standard D8800/D8900/D8010W offer
throw ratios between 1.85:1 and 2.40:1. With the optional, short-throw lens, the D8800/D8900/D8010W offer throw
ratios between 1.56:1 and 1.86:1.
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Modes of installation
„„ Frontal projection - desktop installation
Advantages: easy
to install can be easily moved or adjusted
easy to operate.
Projec
to
Disadvantage: o
ccupies floor space and limits seating
capacity.
r
„„ Rear projection - desktop installation
Advantage: the projector is completely hidden from plain
view the projector can be easily operated this
setup usually offers better reduction of ambient noise.
Disadvantage: r equires an additional room for installation
relatively higher costs for installation.
Projec
to
r
„„ Frontal projection - ceiling mode
Advantage: d
oes not occupy floor space does not draw
attention to it. Eliminates the possibility that
someone would accidentally move the projector.
Disadvantage: s tricter installation requirements and
conditions; care should be taken during
the installation to ensure the projector has
been securely mounted. Operation of the
projector becomes inconvenient without the
remote control.
Projec
to
r
„„ Rear projection - ceiling mode
Advantage: the projector is completely hidden from plain
view this setup usually offers better reduction
of ambient noise.
Disadvantage: r equires an additional room for installation. Stricter installation requirements and
conditions; care should be taken during
the installation to ensure the projector has
been securely mounted. Operation of the
projector becomes inconvenient without the
remote control.
Projec
to
r
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Allow at least 50 cm clearance around the exhaust vent.
The device need to have enough space to prevent issues as stated in this image.
50cm
Or Greater
Side Way
70cm
Or Greater
Back Side
30cm
Or Greater
Celling Mount
16
50cm
Or Greater
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Lens Shift
Vertical Lens Shift
The D8800/D8900/D8010W have a lens shift capability which allows the vertical movement of the image without moving the projector. Lens shift is generally expressed as a percentage of the screen height. For ceiling mounted projectors,
the lens can be moved 50% (0.5V) downward, while the lens can be moved 50% (0.5V) up or down on a desktop mounted
projector.
Ceiling Front Projection
Max.
0.5V
Vertical Shift
Height of projected image
Max.
0.5V
Max.
0.5V
1V
Vertical Shift
1V
Desktop Front Projection
Note:
This is a general example of lens shift. Lenses vary in their shift capabilities. No particular lens or projector is used in this example.
Horizontal Lens Shift
The D8800/D8900/D8010W have a lens shift capability which allows the horizontal movement of the image without
moving the projector. The lens can be moved 10% (0.1H) to the right or left within the housing.
Max.
0.5V
1V
Normal Projection Position
0.1H
Shift to Left
1H
Width of projected image
0.1H
Shift to Right
Note::
This is a general example of lens shift. Lenses vary in their shift capabilities. No particular lens or projector is used in this example.
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Connecting the projector to other devices.
Proceed as follows to connect the D8800/D8900/D8010W to your video sources, external controller(s) - if present - and
AC power. When connecting your equipment: •Use the correct signal cables for each source. •Ensure that the cables are
securely connected. Tighten the thumbscrews on connectors that have them. Connecting Source Components to the
D8800/D8900/D8010W Connect your video sources to the D8800/D8900/D8010W as shown and described in the sections that follow.
HDMI Connection
HDMI
DVI-D
IN
SDI
B/Pb
G/Y
R/Pr
V
H
WIRED REMOTE
TRIGGER
S-VIEDO
VIEDO
OUT
LAN
RGB
RS-232
DVI Source(s)
(BD/HD-DVD/DVD Player, HD SetTop Box, Game Console etc.)
Trigger connection
If your home theatre system includes a projector screen, screen cover or other 12V Trigger equipment, please connect
such device/equipment to the projector’s 12V Trigger output as illustrated. After you have done so, your screen will lower
automatically whenever you turn on your projector for your convenience.
Retractable screen or other
12V device
Scre
r
o
t
c
e
Proj
18
en
Sleeve = Ground
Tip = +12V
B/Pb
G/Y
R/Pr
V
H
WIRED REMOTE
TRIGGER
RS-232
S-VIEDO
VIEDO
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IR Input connection
If infrared signals from the remote control cannot reach the projector due to excessive distance or obstructions such as
walls or cabinet doors, you can connect an external IR repeater system to the IR INPUT on the D8800/D8900/D8010W to
extend the range of the remote control.
IR repeater
Remote control
IR sensor
B/Pb
G/Y
R/Pr
V
H
WIRED REMOTE
TRIGGER
S-VIEDO
VIEDO
RS-232
S-VIDEO, VIDEO connection
If the image input device offers both S-Video and Video connection, it is recommended that you choose S-Video to obtain
better image quality. If both the S-Video and Video inputs are connected to the projector, the projector will prioritize SVideo signal input and image from the Video input will not be played.
HDMI
DVI-D
IN
SDI
B/Pb
G/Y
R/Pr
V
H
WIRED REMOTE
TRIGGER
S-VIEDO
VIEDO
OUT
LAN
RGB
RS-232
DVD player, VCR, satellite receiver,
LD and so forth
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COMPONENT connection
Take the 3/5 cabled RGB component video connectors from the source equipment to the projector’s COMPONENT jacks.
Pr
Y
Pb
HDMI
DVI-D
IN
SDI
B/Pb
G/Y
R/Pr
V
H
WIRED REMOTE
TRIGGER
S-VIEDO
VIEDO
OUT
LAN
RGB
RS-232
DTV set-top-box or other component (YPbPr) input source
RS-232 Connection
Connect a PC or home theater control/automation system (if present) to the RS-232 port on the D8800/D8900/D8010W.
Use a standard, 9-pin serial cable, wired straight-through.
HDMI
DVI-D
IN
SDI
OUT
LAN
RGB
Desk Top or Notebook
RS-232 Interface and Requirements
The RS-232 Commands use only ASCII characters which can be entered using a typical terminal emulator like Windows
HyperTerminal with the following setting:
Bits per second: 38400
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
20
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
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LAN Connection
HDMI
DVI-D
IN
SDI
OUT
LAN
RGB
Desk Top or Notebook
Network Swtich
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Start using the projector - Adjustments
Connecting to AC Power
The D8800/D8900/D8010W ship with various types of AC power cords. Choose the one that is appropriate to your
locale. Plug the female end of the power cord into the AC receptacle on the rear of the projector (AC 100V ~ 240V); Then,
connect the other end to your AC power source.
Turning on the Power
Press POWER SWITCH on the projector.
Press ON on remote control or POWER on the projector. The power LED indicator flashes green to indicate that it is warming up. When the projector is ready for use, the LED indicator turns off, and the projector lights.
POWER
ON
FOCUS
POWER
INPUT
AUTO SYNC
ASPECT
POWER
OFF
ZOOM
TEST
PATTERN
LENS SHIFT
or
STATUS
LAMP 1
MENU
EXIT
LAMP 2
TEMP.
Press Power
22
SHUTTER
POWER LED
Flash Green clolor
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Changing the OSD Language
The D8800/D8900/D8010W can display the menus in English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Simplify Chinese,
Traditional Chinese, Japanese or Korean. Press MENU to display the OSD, press   to select CONTROL item. Then press
  to select LANGUAGE and press   a language that you wanted. Then press ENTER to confirm your selection.
INPUT
PICTURE
LAMPS
ALIGNMENT
CONTROL
SERVICE
Language
Eco Network Power
<
Eco
English
Auto Power Off
<
On
>
Français
Auto Power On
<
Off
>
Español
Projector Control
<
-----
>
Deutsch
Network
Português
Start Up Logo
<
On
ㅔԧЁ᭛
Trigger
<
Auto
>
㐕储Ё᭛
Auto Search
<
Off
>
᮹ᴀ䁲
Dynamic Black
<
On
>
穢剳檺
Language
>
Enter
>
Enter
Adjusting the Picture Orientation
If the D8800/D8900/D8010W is installed behind the screen, you must change the picture orientation to match the
installation method.
Refer to “Modes of installation” on page 15. To do this, press MENU on the remote control. Then select ALIGNMENT -> Projection Mode -> Rear.
If the projector is ceiling-mounted, the D8800/D8900/D8010W will automatically inverts the image. If this automatic
inversion is not desired, please select Ceiling Mode from the Menu -> ALIGNMENT -> Projection Mode -> Ceiling + Front
or Ceiling + Rear.
INPUT
PICTURE
LAMPS
ALIGNMENT
CONTROL
SERVICE
Projection Mode
<
Front
>
Fan Mode
<
Normal
>
Lens Control
Lens Memory
Center Lens
Enter
Enter
Execute
Warp
Enter
Blanking
Enter
Edge Blend
Enter
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Lens Adjustments
The D8800/D8900/D8010W gives you a great deal of control over the picture size, position and focus. Focus To focus the
projected image, grasp the lens by the front ring and rotate it.
Adjust foot
Rotate the 4 feet on projector for image position.
Note:
Ceiling Mode can’t adjust this function.
LENS
SHIFT
Shift adjustment
Vertical Lens Shift
To shift the projected image vertically, press   on the keypad.
Range: Up, 50%; Down, 0%.
Horizontal Lens Shift
To shift the projected image horizontally, press   on the keypad.
Range: Right, 10%; Left, 10%.
FOCUS
ZOOM
Zoom
To make the picture smaller (zoom out) or larger (zoom in).
Press ZOOM on the keypad the appropriate direction.
Focus
To make the picture clear or Fuzzy.
To focus the current image, press FOCUS on the keypad appropriate
direction.
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Selecting An Input Source
When you turn on the D8800/D8900/D8010W, it switches to the last selected input and looks for a
valid signal. Press INPUT on the remote control to select an input source directly.
INPUT
Selecting an Aspect Ratio
Press ASPECT to adjust the video aspect ratio.
ASPECT
2
Using the OSD
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control or machine top cover’s keypad to display the OSD main menu.
2. Press  or  to select a sub-menu.
3. Press  or  to select a sub-menu item.
4. For each sub-menu item, the currently-selected value is highlighted. Press  or  to choose a setting for that
item, and press ENTER on the remote controller or SELECT on the keypad to adjust the value of that item.
5. If want return to the previous menu, please press MENU.
6. In the Main Menu, press MENU to turn off the OSD menu. The D8800/D8900/D8010W OSD menus are arranged.
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OSD Menu Tree
Input Selection
PIP
Test Pattern
INPUT
Color Space
Input Lock
Background
Video Standard
Auto Sync Adjust
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HDMI
DVI
VGA
Component / BNC
Composite
S-Video
3G-SDI
PIP Option
PIP Input
PIP Swap
Position
Color Bar
Crosshatch
Burst
Res
Green
Blue
White
Black
Uncorrected Red
Uncorrected Green
Uncorrected Blue
H Ramp
Off
Auto
YCbCr
YPbPr
RGB-PC
RGB-Video
Auto
48Hz
50Hz
60Hz
Logo
Blue
Black
White
Auto
PAL
SECAM
NTSC
Off
Auto
Always
Display Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Adaptive Contrast
Saturation
Hue
Gamma
Color
Sharpness
Noise Reduction
PICTURE
Aspect Ratio
Overscan
VGA Setup
Auto Sync
Mode
Power
LAMP
High Bright
Presentation
Video
0~200
On
Off
0~200
Film
Graphics
Video
Color Temperature
Trim
0~200
5:4
4:3
16:10
16:9
1.88
2.35
Letterbox
Native
Unscaled
Off
Crop
Zoom
H Total
H Start
H Phase
V Start
Execute
Single
Dual
Eco
Normal
Custom Power Level
On
Off
Custom Power Level 80.4%~100%
Lamp 1 Status
On
Lamp 2 Status
Off
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Fan Mode
Lens Control
Lens Memory
Center Lens
ALIGNMENT
Warp
Blanking
Edge Blend
Front
Rear
Ceiling + Front
Ceiling + Rear
Normal
Up
Down
Zoom
Focus
Load Memory
Save Memory
Execute
Keystone
Rotation
Pincushion / Barrel
Top Left Corner
Top Right Corner
Bottom Left Corner
Bottom Right Corner
Custom Warp
Reset
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
Reset
Edge Blend
Blend Width
Black Level Uplift
Reset
Eco Network Power
Auto Power Off
Auto Power On
Projector Control
Network
Start Up Logo
CONTROL
Trigger
Auto Search
Dynamic Black
Language
Standard
Eco
On
Off
RS232
Network
IP Address
Subnet mask
Gateway
DHCP
On
Off
5:4
4:3
16:10
16:9
1.88
2.35
Letterbox
Native
Unscaled
Auto
On
Off
English
Français
Español
Deutsch
Português
简体中文
繁體中文
日本語
한국어
Model
Serial Number
Software Version
Active/PIP Source
Pixel Clock
SERVICE
Signal Format
H/V Refresh Rate
Lamp 1 Time
Lamp 2 Time
Power On Time
Blue Only
Factory Reset
x HRS
x HRS
x HRS
On
Off
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OSD Introduction - INPUT
PICTURE
INPUT
LAMPS
Input Selection
Enter
PIP
Enter
Test Pattern
Enter
ALIGNMENT
Color Space
<
RGB-PC
>
Input Lock
<
Auto
>
Background
<
Logo
>
Video Standard
<
-----
>
Auto Sync Adjust
<
Always
>
CONTROL
SERVICE
yInput
y
Selection
This function is same as the hotkey which on Remote controller. You can use remote controller or this function to
select the correct input source. Refer to “Selecting An Input Source” on page 25.
yyHDMI
HDMI input from PC or media device.
yyDVI
DVI input from PC.
yyVGA
Analog RGB from PC.
yyComponent / BNC
Analog / serial digital interface from media device.
yyComposite
Traditional composite video from media device.
yyS-Video
Super video (Y/C seperated).
yy3G-SDI
Uncompressed digital video from a serial connection (coaxial).
Color
Sampling
Bit
Cable Length
Timing
SDI Link mode
Signal Standards
Encode
Structure
depth
Tested
NTSC
SD
SMPTE 259M-C 270Mbps SD
YCbCr
4:2:2
10
128m
PAL
SD
SMPTE 259M-C 270Mbps SD
YCbCr
4:2:2
10
128m
1080i 59.94Hz
HD-Single
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
YCbCr
4:2:2
10
128m
1035i 60Hz
1080i 60Hz
1080P 30Hz
1080P 25Hz
1080P 50Hz
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HD-Single
HD-Single
HD-Single
HD-Single
HD-Single
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
YCbCr
YCbCr
YCbCr
YCbCr
YCbCr
4:2:2
4:2:2
4:2:2
4:2:2
4:2:2
10
10
10
10
10
128m
128m
128m
128m
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HD-Single
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
Color
Encode
YCbCr
720P 50Hz
HD-Single
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
YCbCr
Timing
720P 60Hz
1080Sf 25Hz
1080Sf 30Hz
1080P 50Hz
1080P 59.94Hz
1080P 60Hz
1080P 50Hz
1080P 59.94Hz
1080P 60Hz
SDI Link mode
HD-Single
HD-Single
HD-Single
3G Level A
3G Level A
3G Level A
3G Level B
3G Level B
3G Level B
Signal Standards
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
YCbCr
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
YCbCr
SMPTE 292M292M 1.5Gbps HD
4:2:2
YCbCr
SMPTE 424M 3Gbps
128m
4:2:2
YCbCr
SMPTE 424M 3Gbps
10
4:2:2
YCbCr
SMPTE 424M 3Gbps
4:2:2
4:2:2
4:2:2
YCbCr
SMPTE 424M 3Gbps
Cable Length
Tested
128m
4:2:2
YCbCr
SMPTE 424M 3Gbps
Bit
depth
10
4:2:2
YCbCr
SMPTE 424M 3Gbps
Sampling
Structure
4:2:2
4:2:2
YCbCr
4:2:2
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
128m
128m
128m
128m
128m
128m
128m
128m
128m
Note:
Signals are not supplied for D8800/D8900/D8010W, if it is not in the table.
yPIP
y
You can use this function to display multiple windows each containing an image.
yyPIP Option
Use this to turn the function On/Off.
yyPIP Input
Use this to select the input.
yyPIP Swap
Use this to exchange displayed images.
yyPosition
Use this to select the location of the PIP window (Top left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right, or Split L-R).
Top Left
2
Split L-R
1
Source
HDMI
DVI
RGB
BNC
S-Video
Video
HDSDI
HDMI
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
Location
1
1
Bottom Left
2
DVI
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
2
RGB
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
Top Right
2
Bottom Right
1
1
BNC
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
S-Video
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
2
Video
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
HDSDI
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
yTest
y
Pattern
Select this to enter the display test function.
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yColor
y
Space
This function allows you to change component, composite, and RGB sources. You can select different color space
for different color performance.
yyThe default setting, Auto, functions as follows:
HDMI: If the Auxiliary Video Information (AVI) infoframe contains color space and/or range data, the
D8800/D8900/D8010W use that information. Otherwise, for RGB sources, the D8800/D8900/D8010W use
the RGB-Video color space. For component SDTV and EDTV resolutions, REC601 is used. For other component
video resolutions, REC709 is used.
RGB: If Hsync or Vsync signals are present, the D8800/D8900/D8010W use the RGB-PC color space. Otherwise, REC601 is used for SDTV and EDTV sources, and REC709 for all other sources.
Component: For SDTV and EDTV resolutions, the D8800/D8900/D8010W use the REC601 color space. For all
other resolutions REC709 is used.
yyIn most cases, the Auto setting determines the correct color space to use. If it does not, you can force the
D8800/D8900/D8010W to use a specific color space. Choose one of the following:
YCbCr uses component color space and sets black at 0,0,0 and white at 255,255,255.
YPbPr uses composite color space and sets black at 0,0,0 and white at 255,255,255.
RGB-PC uses RGB color space and sets black at 0,0,0 RGB and white at 255,255,255 RGB, assuming an 8-bit
image.
RGB-Video uses RGB color space and sets black at 16,16,16 RGB and white at 235,235,235, assuming an 8-bit
image, to correspond to the luminance values defined in digital component standards.
yInput
y
Lock
Use this function to lock a source to an internal sync signal (Auto, 48Hz, 50Hz, or 60Hz). Auto setting locks the sync
signal to the current source.
yBackground
y
Use this function to specify the content or color to be displayed on the blank screen when no input signal is available. You can choose from Logo, Blue, Black, White. The default value is Logo.
yVideo
y
Standard
Different countries may use different video signal formats. Please choose the video standard in your area.
yyAuto
The color systems are automatically identified and the format is set accordingly.
yyPAL (Phase Alternation By Line)
This is the standard used in Europe, Australia and many other parts of the world, typically with a 50Hz
frame rate.
yySECAM (Sequential Color With Memory)
This is a standard format used mainly in France and Russia. Gamma: Select Gamma from the ADVANCED
menu to choose a DLP de-gamma curve. Used correctly, the Gamma control can improve contrast while
maintaining good details for blacks and whites. If excess ambient light washes out the image and it
becomes difficult or impossible to see details in dark areas, lower the gamma setting to compensate. This
improves contrast while maintaining good details for blacks. Conversely, if the image is washed out and unnatural, with excessive detail in black areas, increase the setting.
yyNTSC (National Television Systems Committee)
This is the standard format used mainly in the United States and Japan.
Note: Generally speaking, the projector will be able to automatically detect the video standard used in your area. However, there are circumstance where the projector will fail to interpret the video standard used and the user will have
to manually configure the video format. If you are unsure of the video standard used in your area, please contact a
qualified personnel and inquire about the video standard used in your area.
yAuto
y
Sync Adjust
Use this function to set the automatic adjust setting for the incoming signal by adjusting the black level, gain, and
reference (Off, Auto, Always).
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OSD Introduction - PICTURE
INPUT
PICTURE
LAMPS
ALIGNMENT
Display Mode
<
Video
>
Contrast
<
100
>
Brightness
<
50
>
Adaptive Contrast
<
Off
>
Saturation
<
-----
>
Hue
<
-----
>
Gamma
<
Film
>
CONTROL
SERVICE
Enter
Color
Sharpness
<
0
>
Noise Reduction
<
0
>
Aspect Ratio
<
16:10
>
Overscan
<
Off
>
VGA Setup
Enter
Auto Sync
Execute
yDisplay
y
Mode
Use   to select the display mode.
yContrast
y
Use   to adjust the contrast of the projected image.
Note:
Brightness and Contrast controls are interactive. The screen change to one may require a subtle change to the other in order to
achieve the optimum setting.
yBrightness
y
Use   to adjust the level of black in the image to increase or decrease image brightness.
yAdaptive
y
Contrast
Use   to adjust the light and dark aspects of the contrast curve.
ySaturation
y
Use   to adjust the color saturation levels (higher the level the higher the saturation).
yHue
y
Use   to adjust the Hue level for true color reproduction (Video and S-Video for NTSC). Gamma
Different Gamma settings will affect viewers’ perception of the image. For images that are darker, it is recommended that Gamma be set higher to yield better image quality in darker regions by sacrificing details in brighter
areas. In contrast, when projecting brighter images, you can set the Gamma lower to give up details in the darker
areas to make the brighter areas (i.e. clouds) more visible.
yyFilm set the gamma to 2.2.
yyGraphics should only be used for computer presentations that require increased brightness at the cost of
grayscale accuracy.
yyVideo is similar to Film gamma but differs in dark areas of the image to correspond to the function that
video cameras use to create images.
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yColor
y
Use   to adjust the color temperature of the projected image.
ySharpness
y
The adjustment of sharpness primarily changes the value of high frequency detail. Use   to adjust it.
yNoise
y
Reduction
Use  to adjust the noise of the projected image. This function is suitable for the elimination of image noise
from interleaving SD input. Generally speaking, reducing image noise will lower the value of high frequency detail
and make the image appear more mellow.
yAspect
y
Ratio
This function allow user adjust the picture’s Aspect ratio.
When Native input is 16:10, the images as following is the result of picture’s Aspect ratio for your reference.
Native input
16:10
Output aspect ratio
5:4
Output aspect ratio
4:3
Output aspect ratio
16:9
Output aspect ratio
1.88
Output aspect ratio
2.35
Output aspect ratio
Letterbox
Output aspect ratio
Native
Output aspect ratio
Unscaled
When Native input is 4:3, the images as following is the result of picture’s Aspect ratio for your reference.
Native input
4:3
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Output aspect ratio
5:4
Output aspect ratio
4:3
Output aspect ratio
16:9
Output aspect ratio
1.88
Output aspect ratio
2.35
Output aspect ratio
Letterbox
Output aspect ratio
Native
Output aspect ratio
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yOverscan
y
Some consumers may use the image that input source is not 16:9, and some programs may not display the edges
of the image. Use this function to hide the image edge by choosing one of the following three options:
Crop
Zoom
4:3
6:9
16:9
4:3
Narrow
Native
(720p)
Sou
Source image area
Edg
Edge Noise
Scre
Screen (16:9)
yVGA
y
Setup
Use this function to set up the VGA display.
yAuto
y
Sync
Use this function to set the automatic adjust setting for the incoming signal by adjusting the black level, gain, and
reference (Off, Auto, Always).
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INPUT
PICTURE
LAMPS
ALIGNMENT
CONTROL
SERVICE
Mode
<
Single
>
Power
<
Eco
>
High Altitude
<
Off
>
Custom Power Level
<
-----
>
Lamp 1 Status :
On
Lamp 2 Status :
Off
yMode
y
Use   function to select single or dual lamp mode.
yPower
y
Use   function to select Eco, normal, or custom power level.
yHigh
y
Altitude
Use this function to control the projector’s cooling fan. You can set it to Off or On. The default setting is Off.
Under normal circumstances, the projector will operate normally with this function set to Off. By default, the projector will detect the temperature of the surrounding environment to regulate the speed of the cooling fan. When
the ambient temperature rises, fan speed will increase (generates louder noise) to make sure the heat inside the
projector gets discharged and keep the projector working normally.
However, if you were to operate the projector in environment of excessive heat or in areas of high altitude, the
projector may automatically shut down. When this happens, you can enable this function by setting it to On to
force the cooling fan to work at a higher speed to regulate the temperature inside the projector.
Note:
High altitude region refers to area with elevation over 5000 feet.
yCustom
y
Power Level
Use   function to select a custom power level (80.4% to 100%).
yLamp
y
1 Status
Use   function to set lamp status to On/Off.
yLamp
y
2 Status
Use   function to set lamp status to On/Off.
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INPUT
PICTURE
LAMPS
ALIGNMENT
CONTROL
SERVICE
Projection Mode
<
Front
>
Fan Mode
<
Normal
>
Lens Control
Enter
Lens Memory
Enter
Center Lens
Execute
Warp
Enter
Blanking
Enter
Edge Blend
Enter
yProjection
y
Mode
Use   function to select the projection mode (Front, Rear, Ceiling + Front, Ceiling + Rear).
yFan
y
Mode
Use   function to set the fan mode (Normal, Up, Down).
yLens
y
Control
Use this function to set the lens control mode (Zoom/Focus).
yLens
y
Memory
Load Memory: Select this item to load the your own setting.
Save setting: You can adjust the OSD’s items by yourself then use this function to save your setting.
yCenter
y
Lens
Use this to center the lens.
yWarp
y
Use this to correct image distortion.
yyKeystone
Press   to correct horizontal keystone due to projection angle. Press  to correct Vertical keystone due
to projection angle.
yyRotation
Press   to correct incorrect image angle.
Correct angle
Press  to adjust angle to correct.
Press  to adjust angle to correct.
P
P
P
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yyPincushion / Barrel
Press   to correct pincushion/barrel distortion.
P
Press   to correct pincushion distortion to correct image.
P
P
Press   to correct barrel distortion
to correct image.
P
yyTop Left Corner
Press   to correct top left corner image distortion.
P
Press   to correct top left corner
image distortion to correct image.
P
yyTop Right Corner
Press   to correct the right corner image distortion.
P
Press   to correct top right corner
image distortion to correct image.
P
yyBottom Left Corner
Press   to correct the bottom left image distortion.
P
Press   to correct bottom left corner image distortion to correct image.
P
yyBottom Right Corner
Press   to correct the bottom left image distortion.
P
Press   to correct bottom right corner image distortion to correct image.
yyCustom Warp
Use this to create custom warp values.
yyReset
Set all values to factory defaults.
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yBlanking
y
Use this function to adjust the edges of the image and hide unwanted sections of the screen.
yTOP
y
Press   on the remote control to adjust the top blanking area on the projected image.
yBottom
y
Press   on the remote control to adjust the bottom
blanking area on the projected image.
yLeft
y
Press   on the remote control to adjust the left blanking area on the projected image.
yRight
y
Press   on the remote control to adjust the right blanking area on the projected image.
yReset
y
It will reset all the blanking functions to the default settings that is without any blanking functions enabled.
Use left blanking
function to block
the additional
image on the
screen.
P
P
yEdge
y
Blend
Edge blend function requires multiple projectors simultaneously displaying on the same screen. Use this to adjust
the uniformity of the images.
To use this function, Edge Blend must be enabled on both projectors.
yyEdge Blend
1. Press Menu to activate menu.
2. Press   to select Alignment and press Enter.
3. Press   to select Edge Blend and press Enter.
Note: Notice that red and green lines appear to indicate the edge of the screen. The green lines indicate the start/end of
the blend zone.
yyBlend Width
The menu White Level allows for Top, Bottom, Left, and Right adjustment of a blending zone.
1. Press Menu to activate menu.
2. Press   to select Alignment and press Enter.
3. Press   to select Edge Blend and press Enter.
4. Press   to select Blend Width and press Enter.
5. Select an adjustment zone and use   to correct the blend zone.
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Top
Bottom
Left
Right
White Level
0
0
0
0
yyBlack Level Uplift
Black Level Uplift is used to compensate for the lack of pure black output from projectors, due to light leaking to the projection screen. When projecting black , the hot area where the two images overlap project
twice the projectors’ black output levels.
The solution is to adjust the Black Level Uplift. First make sure that the units connected to the projectors are
outputting black. Then increase the Black Level Uplift (Top, Bottom, Left, Right) until the non-overlap area’s
brightness matches the overlap area.
To adjust Black Level Uplift
1. Press Menu to activate menu
2. Press   to select Alignment and press Enter.
3. Press   to select Edge Blend and press Enter.
4. Press   to select Black Level Uplift and press Enter.
5. Adjust the black level in zone A by setting the Selected Area (Top, Bottom, Left, Right) to match the
black levels in zones B and C. You can also use Adjust (All, Red, Green, Blue) to set all primary colors.
Note:
yyFour corners, black level uplift adjustment function is not available.
yyCorner blending, black level uplift adjustment function is not available.
Black Level Uplift
Select Area
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
All
Red
Gerrn
Blue
Adjust
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
yyReset
This function sets Edge Blend figures to the factory default settings.
yyAlign Pattern
Enable this function to use a test pattern to align and adjust multiple images.
To use the Align Pattern:
1. Setup two projects on a horizontal position and display the test grid pattern image on each.
2. Create an overlap zone with the two test patterns by using the     buttons on the remote
control.
Note:
yyBlanking and Blend combinations are specific to each model.
yyDo not adjust black levels in order to use the Edge blend / four corner combination function.
yyDo not adjust black levels in order to use the blend along corners function.
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OSD Introduction - CONTROL
INPUT
PICTURE
LAMPS
ALIGNMENT
CONTROL
SERVICE
Eco Network Power
<
Eco
>
Auto Power Off
<
On
>
Auto Power On
<
Off
>
Projector Control
<
-----
>
Network
Enter
Start Up Logo
<
On
>
Trigger
<
Auto
>
Auto Search
<
Off
>
Dynamic Black
<
On
>
Language
Enter
yEco
y
Network Power
Use   function to set Standard or Eco network power.
yAuto
y
Power Off
The default value is OFF. If you set it to ON, the projector will automatically shut down after 20 minutes without
input signal.
yAuto
y
Power On
The default value is Off. If you set it to ON, the projector will automatically start up when it is connected to AC
power. If you plug the projector’s power cord into an AC socket with a switch, you can use this function to start up
the projector using the socket’s switch instead of the remote. If you do not need this function, please set it to Off.
yProjector
y
Control
Use   function to select RS232 or Network for the projector control.
yNetwork
y
Use this function to setup the network configuration.
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To connect to a network (LAN), refer to the following steps:
1. Connect an RJ45 cable to LAN ports on the projector and a router or hub on the network.
Projector
(Ethernet)
2. On the control PC, open a web browser and enter the IP address of the projector.
The Projector Web Server home page displays. In the example, the projector resides at IP address
192.168.0.100.
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3. Make any desired changes to projector settings, then Click Save.
To connect to a stand alone PC or notebook, refer to the following steps:
1. Connect an RJ45 cable to LAN ports on the projector and the PC (Laptop).
HDMI
DVI-D
IN
SDI
OUT
LAN
RGB
Desk Top or Notebook
2. On the PC (Laptop), select Start -> Control Panel -> Network Connections.
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3. Right-click on Local Area Connection, and select Properties.
4. In the Properties window, select the General tab, and select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
5. Click Properties.
6. Click Use the following IP address.
7. Fill in the IP address and subnet mask. Make sure the IP address of the projector and PC are in the same
network group. For example, 192.168.0.X. Whereas X must contain a different value. Then click OK.
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8. On the control PC, open a web browser and enter the IP address of the projector.
The Projector Web Server home page displays. In the example, the projector resides at IP address
192.168.0.100.
9. Make any desired changes to projector settings, then Click Save.
10. Access Tera Term tool.
Use RS-232 command to control the Projector.
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yStart
y
Up Logo
Use   function to turn On/Off the start up logo.
yTrigger
y
The projector comes with one set of Trigger output. You can configure one devices connected to the projector via
the trigger port to be automatically turned on when the projector is on. There will be a 2-3 second delay prior to
activation to prevent operation of this function when the user is choosing the desired aspect ratio.
yy5:4: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the 5:4 aspect ratio.
yy4:3: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the 4:3 aspect ratio.
yy16:10: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the 16:10 aspect ratio.
yy16:9: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the 16:9 aspect ratio.
yy1.88: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the 1.88 aspect ratio.
yy2.35: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the 2.35 aspect ratio.
yyLetterbox: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the Letterbox aspect ratio.
yyNative: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the Native aspect ratio.
yyUnscaled: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger when chooses the Unscaled aspect ratio.
yyAuto: Outputs 12V of power on Trigger automatically.
yAuto
y
Search
Use   function to turn On/Off auto search.
yDynamic
y
Black
Use   function to turn On/Off dynamic black .
yLanguage
y
Choose the OSD display language that you familiar. English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Simplify Chinese,
Traditional Chinese, Japanese or Korean.
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OSD Introduction - SERVICE
INPUT
PICTURE
LAMPS
ALIGNMENT
CONTROL
SERVICE
Model :
DP9675QDPxA
Serial Number :
C202XXXX00767
Software Version :
MD05-GD02-Ub01- 9999-31-DPNE02-D02
Active/PIP Source :
HDMI
Pixel Clock :
83 .30 MHZ
Signal Format :
1280x800@60Hz
H/V Refresh Rate :
H: 49.578 KHZ V: 60 HZ
Lamp 1 Time :
7 HRS
Lamp 2 Time :
7 HRS
Power On Time :
7 HRS
Blue Only
<
Factory Reset
/ Off
Off
>
Enter
The functions covered in this unit relate to the display of some basic information about the projector.
Note:
Memory of the custom timing files will be erased in the Factory Reset operation.
yModel
y
The designated model number of the projector.
ySerial
y
Number
The designated serial number of the projector.
ySoftware
y
Version
The version of software installed on the projector.
yActive/PIP
y
Source
Displays the current Active/PIP sources.
yPixel
y
Clock
Displays the pixel clock of the current input signal.
ySignal
y
Format
Displays the format of the current input signal.
yH/V
y
Refresh Rate
Displays the horizontal and vertical refresh rates for the current image.
yLamp
y
1 Time
Display the lamp 1 usage time. When you change the new lamp. The lamp hours will re-calculate the time.
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yLamp
y
2 Time
Display the lamp 2 usage time. When you change the new lamp. The lamp hours will re-calculate the time.
yPower
y
On Time
Display the total On time for projector. Display only.
yBlue
y
Only
Enabling this option will make the projector display only blue color to facilitate the process of image inspection for
the service personnel. For detailed instructions on how to use this function, consult a qualified service personnel.
yFactory
y
Reset
Use this function to restore the configurations in the OSD Menu back to factory default. Note that this function
will not apply to items including no signal, network, Projector control, startup Logo, language, High Altitude mode
and lamp hours.
Note:
When Factory Reset is executed, all source memories created by the projector (i.e. timings files) will be erased.
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Change Lamp
The lifecycle of ordinary projection lamp typically lasts for 1200 hours before requiring replacement (different lamp configurations will affect lamp life). From the OSD Menu, you can go to “OSD Introduction - SERVICE” on page 45 to check how
long a lamp has been used. You should also replace the lamp when the projected image gets noticeably darker. Contact
your local dealer to purchase new certified lamps for your projector.
To replace the projector lamp1
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord. Let the projector cool for approximately 60 minutes before
removing the lamp module for replacement.
Note:
When you turn off the projector, the lamp inside the projector will still be very hot (approximately 200 ~ 300°C). If you attempt to replace the lamp without allowing the projector to cool, you could risk scalding yourself. This is why you should wait
for no less than 60 minutes for the lamp to cool down in order to perform the replacement safely.
2. Loosen the fan.
3. Use a screw driver to loosen the screws as shown in
the illustration and pull the lamp out.
4. Insert the new lamp in the direction shown in the illustration into the lamp assembly; tighten the three
screws using a screw diver and make sure the lamp
is firmly secured to prevent the lamp from shaking
or poor contact.
5. Replace the fan and firmly secure the one screw on
the fan.
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To replace the projector lamp2
1. Loosen the fan.
2. Use a screw driver to loosen the screws as shown in
the illustration and pull the lamp out.
3. Insert the new lamp in the direction shown in the illustration into the lamp assembly; tighten the three
screws using a screw diver and make sure the lamp
is firmly secured to prevent the lamp from shaking
or poor contact.
4. Replace the fan and firmly secure the one screw on
the fan.
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Change Lens
To replace the projector Lens
1. Remove the front cover.
2. Press and hold the lens lock button. Support the lens
with one hand and turn clockwise loose the lens.
3. Pull the lens backward and slide the lens out of the
lens holder.
4. Insert the lens that female jeck is in front of the
male jack (upper left corner). Ensure the lens
touches the lens holder.
5. Secure the lens in the lens holder by turning counterclockwise the lens to the “locked” position.
6. Check if the lens is really secured by trying to pull
the lens out of the lens holder.
■
Six models of lens for D8800(WUXGA)
Vivitek Part Number
Lens
D88-ST001
Standard Lens
D88-WZ01
Wide Zoom
D88-WF18501
D88-SMLZ01
D88-LOZ101
D88-LOZ201
Wide Fix
F#
Zoom Ratio
0.79
N/A
2.22 ~ 3.67
1.65
5.31 ~ 8.26
1.55
1.7 ~ 1.9
1.73 ~ 2.27
1.85 ~ 2.50
1.25 ~ 1.79
1.85
Semi Long Zoom 1
1.86 ~ 2.48
Long Zoom 2
1.85 ~ 2.48
Long Zoom 1
TR
1.85 ~ 2.41
3.58 ~ 5.38
1.3
1.41
1.5
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„„ Six models of lens for D8900(XGA)
Vivitek Part Number
Lens
D88-ST001
Standard Lens
D88-WZ01
Wide Zoom
D88-WF18501
D88-SMLZ01
D88-LOZ101
D88-LOZ201
Wide Fix
F#
Zoom Ratio
0.8
N/A
2.3 ~ 3.81
1.65
1.7 ~ 1.9
1.79 ~ 2.35
1.85 ~ 2.50
1.3 ~ 1.85
1.85
Semi Long Zoom
1.86 ~ 2.48
Long Zoom2
1.85 ~ 2.48
Long Zoom1
TR
1.3
1.41
1.85 ~ 2.41
3.67 ~ 5.64
1.5
5.5 ~ 8.56
1.55
F#
TR
Zoom Ratio
0.76
N/A
„„ Six models of lens for D8010W(WXGA)
Vivitek Part Number
D88-ST001
D88-WF18501
Lens
Standard Lens
Wide Fix
D88-WZ01
Wide Zoom
D88-LOZ101
Long Zoom1
D88-SMLZ01
D88-LOZ201
50
1.7 ~ 1.9
1.80 ~ 2.38
1.85 ~ 2.50
1.31 ~ 1.87
1.85
1.3
1.41
Semi Long Zoom
1.86 ~ 2.48
2.33 ~ 3.86
1.65
Long Zoom2
1.85 ~ 2.48
5.56 ~ 8.67
1.55
1.85 ~ 2.41
3.71 ~ 5.57
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Change Filter
The filter should be changed every 3000 hours.
To replace the Filter on the left side of the projector
1. Remove the cover on the left side of the projector.
2. Remove the filter from it.
3. Insert a new filter.
4. Install the cover on the left side of the projector.
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To replace the Filter on the right side of the projector
1. Loosen the fan cover on the right side of the projector.
2. Open the fan cover and remove the filter from it.
3. Insert a new filter and install the fan cover on the
right side of the projector.
4. Secure the fan cover.
„„ Optional component
Handle
Foot
Filter
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Component
D88-Acc-HDL-00
D88-Acc-Fot-00
D88-AF00
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Change the Color Wheel
The color wheel is on the top side.
²
j Loosen the top cover
Slide the cover and remove it.
k Loosen the color wheel’s screw.
Ç
m Replace the color wheel
that you wanted.
Ç
l Life up the color Wheel
n Tighten the screws.
²
o Slide the bracket to recover
the machine then use the
screw to fix the top bracket
on the machine.
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LED Status
Green
Status LED
Off
Flashing
LED Display
Red (Cycles of 1)
Red (Cycles of 4)
Red
On
Lamp1/Lamp2 LED
Off
Flashing
LED Display
Green
Red (Cycles of 6)
Red
On
Green
Temp LED
Off
Flashing
LED Display
Red
Shutter LED
Off
Flashing
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LED Display
Green
Projector status
Power is off
Prepare to turn on projector
Projector cooling
Standby mode
POWER
On
STATUS
Green
Orange
Red
LAMP 1
LED Display
LAMP 2
Off
Flashing
TEMP.
SHUTTER
Power LED
Procedure
Wait till projector start displaying
Wait until cooling finish ( ~ 90 sec)
Projector is on
Projector status
No Problem
Cover Problem
Fan Problem
System Error
Procedure
Contact local Vivitek Server Center
Contact local Vivitek Server Center
Contact local Vivitek Server Center
Projector status
Lamp off
Prepare to light lamp
Lamp lit fail
Lamp is end-of-life
Procedure
Projector status
No Problem
Temperature problem
Procedure
Lamp lit
Projector status
Shutter is open
Shutter is closed
Contact local Vivitek Server Center
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model
D8800
D8900
D8010W
Display Type
DLP
Brightness
8000 ANS Lumens
10,000 ANS Lumens
8000 ANS Lumens
Native Resolution
WUXGA (1920 x 1200)
XGA (1024 x 768)
WXGA (1280 x 800)
Maximum Resolution
WUXGA (1920 x 1200)@60Hz
Contrast Ratio
3000:1
Lamp Life and Type
2000/2500 Hours (Std. / Eco Mode), 400W x 2
Throw Ratio (Standard Lens)
1.73 - 2.27:1
1.79-2.35:1
1.81-2.38:1
Image Size (Diagonal)
40”- 500”
40”- 500”
40”- 500”
Projection Distance
1.83 – 14.9m (6 - 49ft)
1.79 – 14.54m (5.87 – 47.07ft) 1.93 – 15.64m (6.3 – 51.31ft)
Projection Lens
Zoom Ratio (Standard Lens)
F = 1.7 - 1.9
f = 25.7 - 33.7mm
1.3X
Aspect Ratio
16.10 Native, 4.3 and 16:9 Compatible
Offset
0% ~ +50%
Keystone Correction
Vertical: +/-30°
Horizontal:+/-35°
Vertical: 48 - 120 Hz
Horizontal: 15 - 108kHz
Yes (built-in)
Synchronization
Edge Blending
Lens Shift Range
Projection Method
Vertical: +/- 50%
Horizontal: +/- 10%
SDTV(480i/576i), EDTV (480p/576p), HDTV (720p, 1080i/p), NTSC/NTSC 4.43, PAL B/G/H/I/
M/N 60, SECAM
HDMI v1.3, DVI-D, Component (YPbPr), VGA-In (x2), S-Video, Composite, 3G HDSDI-In, 3G
HDSDI-Out, RJ45, 12V Trigger, RS-232C, Wired Remote
Table Top, Ceiling Mount (Front or Rear)
Dimensions (W x D x W)
508 x 552.6 x 229mm (20” x 21.8” x 9”)
Weight (Without Lens)
24kg (52.9lbs)
Noise Level
39 dB/39 dB (Single Lamp Eco./Std Mode)
39 dB/43 dB (Dual Lamp Eco./Std Mode)
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Video Compatibility
I/O Connection Ports
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Standard Accessories
Optional Accessories
Lamp Style
220V
110V
Dual Lamp
960W
995W
Single Lamp
450W
440W
Standby: 0.5W (Without RJ-45, RS-232 Enabled)
AC Power Cord
VGA Cable
Remote Control
Lens Cap
Documentation Kit
Replacement Lamp
Remote
Carry Handle
Foot Socket
Interchangeable Lens Options (x6)
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SERIAL INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS
Transfer Specifications
Transmission Speed
Data Length
Parity
Stop Bit
Flow Control
Item
38400 bps
8 bit
None
1
None
Specifications
RS-232 Commands
There are 2 types of commands:
yKey
y
commands
yOperation
y
commands
All commands start with 2 letters as shown in the following:
y“ky”
y
for key commands.
y“op”
y
for operations commands.
yKey
y
Commands The following example is the syntax for key commands: ky <keyname> [CR]
IR Codes and Key names
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
0x90
0x91
0xB6
0xB7
0xB8
0xB9
7
0xBA
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
0xBB
0xC1
0xC3
0xC4
0xC5
0xC2
0x87
15
16
17
0xBC
0x83
0x98
RS232 Key name
Key Wording
ON
OFF
LENS SHIFT



ENTER

MENU
Shift control of the lens.
Keypad up arrow.
Keypad left arrow.
Keypad right arrow.
Keypad enter.
Keypad down arrow.
Show or hide the OSD menu.
ZOOM-
Exit the OSD menu.
PICTURE
Open PICTURE menu.
INPUT
20
0x9F
ASPECT
0x8F
AUTO SYNC
PIP
22
0xBD
OVERSCAN
24
0x8b
LAMP MODE
23
25
26
0x8E
0xBE
0xBF
Zoom out.
EXIT
NETWORK
21
Turn power off.
Zoom in.
Enter test pattern menu.
0x8C
0x86
Turn power on.
Description
FOCUS+
ZOOM+
TEST PATTERN
FOCUS-
18
19
56
Code
Switch the active source.
Switch to the next aspect ratio.
FREEZE
3D MODE
INFO
Not available.
Open SERVICE menu.
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Key
Code
27
0x9E
29
0x9B
28
30
RS232 Key name
Key Wording
LIGHT
CLEAR
0x9A
SHUTTER
ID SET
0x9C
Description
Not available.
Turn on or off the shutter.
Not available.
Operations Commands
The following example is the syntax for operations commands:
op <operation> <command> [CR]
No.
Function
Command
Action on unit
1
Set
=<value>
Makes the unit take that value.
2
Get
?
Asks what the current value is.
3
Increment
+
Adds 1 to the current value.
4
Decrement
Subtracts 1 from the current value.
5
Execute
(none)
Performs an action.
1. INPUT
Operation
Command
input.sel
=?
pip
=?
pip.sel
=?
pip.swap
pip.pos
(execute)
=?
pattern
=?
Values
0 = HDMI
1 = DVI
2 = VGA
3 = Component / BNC
4 = Composite
5 = S-Video
6 = 3G-SDI
7 = Option Board (Reserved)
0 = Off
1 = On
1 = HDMI
2 = DVI
3 = VGA
4 = Component / BNC
5 = Composite
6 = S-Video
7 = 3G-SDI
8 = Option Board (Reserved)
Swap main and PIP source
0 = Top Left
1 = Top Right
2 = Bottom Left
3 = Bottom Right
4 = Split L-R
0 = Color Bar
1 = Cross Hatch
2 = Burst
3 = Red
4 = Green
5= Blue
6 = White
7 = Black
8 = Red (TI)
9 = Green (TI)
10 = Blue (TI)
11 = HRamp (TI)
12 = Off
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color.space
Operation
=?
input.lock
=?
no.signal
=?
vid.std
=?
auto.imgadj
=?
2. PICTURE
pic.mode
=?
contrast
=?+-
dyna.cont
=?
bright
saturat
tint
=?+=?+=?+-
gamma
=?
Command
Values
0 = Auto
1 = YCbCr
2 = YPbPr
3 = RGB-PC (0-255)
4 = RGB-Video (16-235)
0 = Auto
1 = 48 Hz
2 = 50 Hz
3 = 60 Hz
0 = Logo
1 = Blue
2 = Black
3 = White
0 = Auto
1 = PAL
2 = SECAM
3 = NTSC
0 = Off
1 = Auto
2 = Always
0 = High Bright
1 = Presentation
2 = Video
0 - 200
0 = Off
1 = On
0 - 200
0 - 200
0 - 200
red.offset
=?+-
0 = Film
1 = Graphics
2 = Video
3 = Linear
0 = Default
1 = Native
0 = 5000K
1 = 6500K
2 = 7800K
3 = 9300K
4 = Native
0-200
blue.offset
red.gain
=?+=?+-
0-200
0-200
sharp
nr
aspect
=?+=?+=?
0-200
0-200 (Noise Reduction)
0 = 5:4
1 = 4:3
2 = 16:10
3 = 16:9
4 = 1.88
5 = 2.35
6 = Letterbox
7 = Native
8 =Unscaled
color.temp (pic.mode is “High Bright” = ?
or “Presentation”)
color.temp ( pic.mode is “Video”)
=?
green.offset
green.gain
blue.gain
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=?+-
=?+=?+-
0-200
0-200
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Operation
zoom (Overscan)
=?
h.total
=?+-
h.pos
h.phase
v.pos
auto.img (Auto Sync)
=?+=?+=?+(execute)
0-200
0-200
0-200
lamps
=?
lamp.mode (Drive)
=?
lamp.pwr
altitude (High Altitude)
=?
=?
lamp1.stat
?
lamp2.stat
?
0 = Single
1 = Dual
0 = Economy
1 = Standard
2 = Dimming
0-25 (80.4 % ~100.0 %)
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On
3. LAMP
4. ALIGNMENT
proj.mode
=?
fan.pos
=?
zoomio
+-
focus
+-
vert.offset
+-
horiz.offset
+-
lens.load
lens.save
=
=
lens.center
h.keystone
v.keystone
warp.rotat
warp.pinbrl
warp.tlc.x
warp.tlc.y
warp.trc.x
warp.trc.y
warp.blc.x
warp.blc.y
warp.brc.x
warp.brc.y
warp.cust
(execute)
=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?
Command
0 = 5:4
1 = 4:3
2 = 16:10
3 = 16:9
4 = 1.88
5 = 2.35
6 = Letterbox
7 = Native
8 =Unscaled
0-200
Values
0 = Front
1 = Rear
2 = Ceiling + Front
3 = Ceiling + Rear
0 = Normal
1 = Vertical
2 = Down
+ => Zoom out
- => Zoom in
+ => Focus Near
- => Focus Far
+ => Up
- => Down
+ => Right
- => Left
1~10 set of lens memory (Load)
1~10 set of lens memory (Save)
Midposition shift
-350~+350
-200~+200
-20 ~ +20 (in ¼ 1/4 unit)
-100 ~ +100
‘x: -192 ~ +192
‘y: -120 ~ +120
‘x: -192 ~ +192
‘y: -120 ~ +120
‘x: -192 ~ +192
‘y: -120 ~ +120
‘x: -192 ~ +192
‘y: -120 ~ +120
0 = Off
1 = On
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Operation
warp.reset
blank.top
blank.btm
blank.left
blank.right
blank.rst
eb.stat (Edge Blend)
eb.wht.top
eb.wht.btm
eb.wht.left
eb.wht.right
eb.blk.top
eb.blk.btm
eb.blk.left
eb.blk.right
eb.all
eb.red
eb.green
eb.blue
eb.reset
w2.recover
eb.adl (Align Pattern)
5. CONTROL
(execute)
=?+=?+=?+=?+(execute)
=?
=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+=?+(execute)
(execute)
eco.net.pow
=?
auto.powoff
=?
auto.powon
=?
proj.ctrl
=?
net.ipaddr
net.subnet
net.gateway
net.dhcp
=?
=?
=?
=?
startup.logo
=?
trig.1
=?
auto.src (Auto Search)
=?
dblack
=?
lang
=?
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Command
Values
0 ~ 360
0 ~ 360
0 ~ 534
0 ~ 534
0, 200 ~ 500
0, 200 ~ 500
0, 200 ~ 800
0, 200 ~ 800
0, 8, 16, 24, 32
0, 8, 16, 24, 32
0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32
0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32
0 ~ 32
0 ~ 32
0 ~ 32
0 ~ 32
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off (ECO Standby Mode)
1 = On (Standard Standby Mode)
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = rs232
1 = network
<string>
<string>
<string>
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = 5:4
1 = 4:3
2 = 16:10
3 = 16:9
4 = 1.88
5 = 2.35
6 = Letterbox
7 = Native
8 = Unscaled
9 = Auto
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = English
1 = French
2 = Spanish
3 = German
4 = Portuese
5 = Chinese Simplified
6 = Chinese Traditional
7 = Japanese
8 = Korean
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Operation
6. SERVICE
Command
model
ser.no
sw.ver
act.src
?
?
?
?
pip.src
?
pixel.clock
signal
h.refresh
v.refresh
lamp1.hours
lamp2.hours
proj.runtime
blue.only
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
=?
fact.reset
(execute)
Values
<string>
<string>
<string>
0 = HDMI
1 = DVI
2 = VGA
3 = Component / BNC
4 = Composite
5 = S-Video
6 = 3G-SDI
7 = Option Board (Reserved)
0 = PIP OFF
1 = HDMI
2 = DVI
3 = VGA
4 = Component / BNC
5 = Composite
6 = S-Video
7 = 3G-SDI
8 = Option Board (Reserved)
<string>
<string>
<string>
<string>
<string>
<string>
<string>
0 = Off
1 = On
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A. Others
power.on
(execute)
power.off
(execute)
picture.mute
=?
0 = Off
1 = On
status
?
0 = standby
1 = warm up
2 = imaging
3 = cooling
4 = warning
errcode
?
0=ErrMsgOverTempInlet
1=ErrMsgOverTempDMD
2=ErrMsgOverTempLamp1
3=ErrMsgOverTempLamp2
4=Reserved
5=Reserved
6=ErrMsgOverTempBallast1
7=ErrMsgOverTempBallast2
8=Reserved
9=Reserved
10=ErrMsgFanInitError
11=ErrMsgFan1RotateError
12=ErrMsgFan2RotateError
13=ErrMsgFan3RotateError
14=ErrMsgFan4RotateError
15=ErrMsgFan5RotateError
16=ErrMsgFan6RotateError
17=ErrMsgFan7RotateError
18=ErrMsgFan8RotateError
19=ErrMsgFan9RotateError
20=ErrMsgFan10RotateError
21=ErrMsgFan11RotateError
22=ErrMsgFan12RotateError
23=ErrMsgFan13RotateError
24=Reserved
25=Reserved
26=Reserved
27=ErrMsgDMDInitFail
28=ErrMsgLampInitFail
29=ErrMsgLampLitFail
30=ErrMsgBallastUart1Error
31=ErrMsgExGpioFail
32=ErrMsgInterLockOpen
33=ErrMsgGF9450NoResponse
34=ErrMsgSystemI2cFail
35=ErrMsgSoftwareI2cFail
36=ErrMsgEepromFail
37=ErrMsgEdidFail
38=ErrMsgEepVersionFail
39=ErrMsgRstGennum
40= ErrMsgLamp2LitFail
41= ErrMsgBallast2UartError
42=ErrMsgGtInletTp
43=ErrMsgGtDmdTp
44=ErrMsgInletTempSensorFail
45=ErrMsgDMDTempSensorFail
46=ErrMsgGeoSystemFail
47=ErrMsgLampDoor1Open
48=ErrMsgLampDoor2Open
49= ErrMsgLCUFail,
50= ErrMsgLCUVerFail
51= ErrMsgLowTempStart
52= ErrMsgDDP3021ASICError
53= ErrMsgDDP3021MainRLDRam
54= ErrMsgDDP3021SlaveRLDRam
55= ErrMsgColorWheelSpin
56= ErrMsgFETempSensorFail
57= ErrMsgOverTempFE
58=ErrMsgColorWheelCover
59=ErrMsgAllBallastUartError
60= ErrMsgHDMIDecoderFail
61= ErrMsgVideoDecoderFail
62= ErrMsgAD9984Fail
remote.set
=?
1 ~ 10 : Set Projector ID
255 : Clear Projector ID (No ID)
62
mot.ver
?
Get firmware version of motor board
hw.ver
?
Get hardware version of main PCB
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Dimensions
549.2mm
508.8mm
19
mm
664
mm
417mm
7
230.3mm
549.2mm
204.9mm
508.8mm
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509.8
150
254.9
108.8
150
547.6
Use 6pcs M4 screws.
Lenth max=15mm to
fix this machine
on the ceiling mount.
104.4
230.1
204.5
64
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Supported Timings
Signal
Type
Frame
rate
640x480
59.94
640x480
74.99
640x480
85
800x600
60.32
800x600
75
800x600
85.06
848x480
47.95
848x480
59.94
PC
1024x768
60
1280x1024 60.02
1280x1024 75.02
1280x1024 85.02
1600x1200 60
1680x1050 59.954
1920x1080 47.95
Apple Mac 640x480
66.59
RGBs
50
1440x480i 60
1440x576i
50
SDTV
EDTV
HDTV
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
Resolution
480i
576i
480p
576p
1035i
1080i
1080i (Aus)
1080i
1080i
720p
720p
59.94
50
59.94
50
60
50
50
59.94
60
50
59.94
720p
1080p
1080p
1080p
1080p
60
23.98
24
25
29.97
1080p
1080p
1080p
1080p
NTSC
(M 4.43)
PAL
(B,G,H,I)
PAL (N)
PAL (M)
SECAM (M)
30
50
59.94
60
59.94
DVI
Video
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
SCART
S-Video
Y-Pb-Pr
HD15-YUV HD15-RGB
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
50
X
X
50
59.94
50
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Projection Distance and Screen Size
Optional Lenses (D88-LOZ101)
Long Zoom 1 Lens Features and Specifications
•Motorized Zoom and Focus
•Lens Shift Position: 0-50% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
•Focus adjustable Range: 40” - 500”
•Optical Performance Range: 50” - 300”
•F-Number: 1.85 - 2.41
•Focal Length: 52.8-79.1mm
•Screen Size: 50”-300”
•Zoom Ratio: 1.5:1
•Throw Distance Ratio: 3.71-5.57:1(XGA); 3.76-5.64:1(WXGA); 3.58-5.38:1(WUXGA)
Projection Distance V.S. Projection Size
D88-LOZ101
Long Zoom 1 Lens
Screen Size (inch)
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
300
400
500
XGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
2.94
4.49
3.71
5.65
4.48
6.80
6.02
9.12
7.56
11.43
9.10
13.74
11.41
17.21
13.72
20.68
15.26
22.99
22.95
34.56
30.65
46.12
38.34
57.69
WXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
3.17
4.83
4.00
6.08
4.83
7.32
6.48
9.80
8.14
12.29
9.79
14.77
12.27
18.50
14.75
22.22
16.41
24.71
24.68
37.13
32.95
49.55
41.22
61.97
WUXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
3.01
4.6
3.8
5.78
4.59
6.96
6.16
9.33
7.73
11.7
9.31
14.06
11.67
17.61
14.03
21.16
15.6
23.53
23.47
35.36
31.34
47.19
39.21
59.02
Optional Lenses (D88-LOZ201)
Long zoom 2 Lens Features and Specifications
•Motorized Zoom and Focus
•Lens Shift Position: 0-50% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
•Focus adjustable Range: 40” - 500”
•Optical Performance Range: 50” - 300”
•F-Number: 1.85 - 2.48
•Focal Length: 78.5-121.9mm
•Screen Size: 50”-300”
•Zoom Ratio: 1.55:1
•Throw Distance Ratio: 5.5-8.56:1(XGA); 5.56-8.67:1(WXGA); 5.31-8.26:1(WUXGA)
Projection Distance V.S. Projection Size
D88-LOZ201
Long Zoom 2 Lens
Screen Size (inch)
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
300
400
500
66
XGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
4.31
6.89
5.46
8.68
6.61
10.48
8.91
14.07
11.22
17.66
13.52
21.25
16.97
26.64
20.42
32.03
22.73
35.62
34.24
53.57
45.75
71.53
57.26
89.48
WXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
4.65
7.42
5.89
9.35
7.13
11.28
9.60
15.13
12.08
18.99
14.55
22.85
18.27
28.63
21.98
34.42
24.45
38.28
36.83
57.56
49.20
76.85
61.58
96.13
WUXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
4.42
7.05
5.59
8.89
6.77
10.73
9.13
14.4
11.48
18.07
13.84
21.75
17.37
27.26
20.91
32.77
23.26
36.44
35.04
54.81
46.82
73.18
58.6
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Optional Lenses (D88-SMLZ01)
Semi Long Zoom Lens Features and Specifications
•Motorized Zoom and Focus
•Lens Shift Position: 0-50% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
•Focus adjustable Range: 40” - 500”
•Optical Performance Range: 50” - 300”
•F-Number: 1.86 - 2.48
•Focal Length: 32.9-54.2mm
•Screen Size: 50”-300”
•Zoom Ratio: 1.65:1
•Throw Distance Ratio: 2.3-3.81(XGA); 2.33-3.86:1(WXGA); 2.22-3.67: 1(WUXGA)
Projection Distance V.S. Projection Size
D88-SMLZ01
Semi Long Zoom Lens
Screen Size (inch)
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
300
400
500
XGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.83
3.08
2.30
3.87
2.78
4.66
3.73
6.24
4.69
7.82
5.64
9.40
7.07
11.77
8.50
14.14
9.46
15.72
14.23
23.62
18.99
31.52
23.76
39.42
WXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.97
3.31
2.48
4.16
3.00
5.01
4.02
6.71
5.05
8.41
6.07
10.10
7.61
12.65
9.15
15.19
10.17
16.89
15.30
25.38
20.42
33.86
25.55
42.35
WUXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.87
3.15
2.36
3.96
2.85
4.77
3.82
6.39
4.80
8.00
5.78
9.62
7.24
12.04
8.70
14.47
9.68
16.08
14.56
24.16
19.44
32.25
24.32
40.33
Optional Lenses (D88-ST001)
STD Lens Features and Specifications
•Motorized Zoom and Focus
•Lens Shift Position: 0-50% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
•Focus adjustable Range: 40” - 500”
•Optical Performance Range: 50” - 300”
•F-Number: 1.7 - 1.9
•Focal Length: 26 - 34mm
•Screen Size: 50”-300”
•Zoom Ratio: 1.3:1
•Throw Distance Ratio: 1.79-2.35:1(XGA); 1.81-2.38:1(WXGA); 1.73-2.27:1(WUXGA)
Projection Distance V.S. Projection Size
D88-ST001
STD Lens
Screen Size (inch)
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
300
400
500
XGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.42
1.88
1.79
2.37
2.16
2.86
2.90
3.83
3.65
4.80
4.39
5.78
5.50
7.24
6.62
8.70
7.36
9.67
11.07
14.54
14.79
19.41
18.50
24.28
WXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.53
2.03
1.93
2.55
2.33
3.07
3.13
4.12
3.93
5.17
4.72
6.22
5.92
7.79
7.12
9.36
7.92
10.40
11.91
15.64
15.90
20.88
19.90
26.11
WUXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.45
1.93
1.83
2.42
2.21
2.92
2.97
3.92
3.73
4.92
4.49
5.91
5.63
7.41
6.77
8.9
7.53
9.9
11.33
14.88
15.13
19.87
18.93
24.85
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Optional Lenses (D88-WF18501)
Wide Fix Lens Features and Specifications
•Motorized Focus
•Lens Shift Position: 0%
•Focus adjustable Range: 40” - 500”
•Optical Performance Range: 50” - 300”
•F-Number: 1.85
•Focal Length: 11.6mm
•Screen Size: 50”-300”
•Zoom Ratio: N/A
•Throw Distance Ratio: 0.79:1(XGA); 0.8:1(WXGA); 0.76:1(WUXGA)
Projection Distance V.S. Projection Size
D88-WF18501
Wide Fix Lens
Screen Size (inch)
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
300
400
500
XGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Wide
0.62
0.79
0.96
1.29
1.62
1.96
2.46
2.96
3.3
4.97
6.64
8.31
WXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Wide
0.67
0.85
1.03
1.39
1.75
2.11
2.64
3.18
3.54
5.33
7.13
8.92
WUXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Wide
0.64
0.81
0.98
1.32
1.66
2.01
2.52
3.03
3.37
5.08
6.79
8.5
Optional Lenses (D88-WZ01)
Wide Zoom Lens Features and Specifications
•Motorized Zoom and Focus
•Lens Shift Position: 0-50% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
•Focus adjustable Range: 40” - 500”
•Optical Performance Range: 50” - 300”
•F-Number: 1.85 - 2.5
•Focal Length: 18.7-26.5mm
•Screen Size: 50”-300”
•Zoom Ratio: 1.41:1
•Throw Distance Ratio: 1.3-1.85:1(XGA); 1.31-1.87:1(WXGA); 1.25-1.79:1(WUXGA)
Projection Distance V.S. Projection Size
D88-WZ01
Wide Zoom Lens
Screen Size (inch)
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
300
400
500
68
XGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.03
1.49
1.30
1.87
1.57
2.25
2.11
3.02
2.65
3.79
3.18
4.56
3.99
5.71
4.80
6.86
5.34
7.63
8.04
11.47
10.74
15.31
13.44
19.14
WXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.11
1.60
1.40
2.01
1.69
2.43
2.27
3.25
2.85
4.08
3.43
4.90
4.30
6.14
5.17
7.38
5.75
8.20
8.65
12.33
11.55
16.45
14.45
20.58
WUXGA
Projection Distance (m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximum
Wide
Tele
1.02
1.51
1.29
1.9
1.56
2.29
2.1
3.07
2.64
3.85
3.18
4.63
3.99
5.8
4.8
6.97
5.33
7.75
8.03
11.65
10.72
15.56
13.42
19.46
2012.08
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