RTX 45-55
USE AND INSTALLATION
MANUAL
ENGLISH
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTROCUTION
DO NOT OPEN
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Make sure not to overload the socket or any extension cord.
For the DigiOptical Image Processor only use the power supply
provided or in any case a power supply approved by SIM2.
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Pay attention to the cables.
Arrange the cables so that they do not constitute an obstacle.
Also, keep them out of the reach of children.
Install the units as close as possible to the wall socket. Do not
tread on the power cables, make sure that they are not tangled
or jerked; do not expose them to heat sources; make sure they
do not form knots or bends. If the cables are damaged in any
way, stop using the system and call an authorised technician.
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Disconnect the device in the event of storms or when not
used.
To avoid damage that could be caused by lightning striking in the
vicinity of your home, disconnect the units in the event of storms
or when the system is not going to be used for a long period.
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Avoid contact with liquids and exposure to humidity.
Do not use the units near water (sinks, tubs, etc.); do not place
objects containing liquids on top of or near the units and do not
expose then to rain, humidity, drops or sprays; do not use water
or liquid detergents to clean them.
Avoid overheating the units.
Do not block ventilation openings. Do not place the units near
heat sources such as stoves, radiators or other devices
(including amplifiers) that generate heat. Do not place the units
in a confined space (bookcase, shelves, etc.) that is not well
ventilated.
This symbol indicates the danger of possible electric
shock caused by uninsulated current inside the
product.
This symbol indicates the presence of important
instructions regarding use and maintenance of the
product.
The RTX system consists of two parts, the DigiOptical Image
Processor and the Display, connected by an optical fibre
cable. Below, the unit will be referred to as including the two
parts making up the system.
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Read and keep this manual.
This manual contains important information on how to install
and use this device in an appropriate manner. Before use,
carefully read the safety rules and instructions. Keep the manual
for all future reference.
Avoid contact with the internal parts of the units.
Inside the units there are electrical parts fed with dangerous
voltage and parts that operate at high temperatures. Do not
open the units; contact authorised personnel for all maintenance
and repair operations.
Opening the units will also invalidate the warranty.
Device for disconnecting the power supply.
The device for disconnecting the units from the electrical grid
is the feed cable plug. During installation make sure that the
feed cable plugs and the electrical system sockets are easily
accessible. To disconnect the units from the electric sockets,
pull the plug and not the cable.
Only use the type of feed indicated.
Connect the units to an electrical grid with nominal voltage
between the values of 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz and provided
with grounding. If you are not sure of the type of power in your
home, consult a qualified technician.
Federal Communication Commission (FCC Statement)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is used in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determinated by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encuraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
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Do not expose eyes to the intense light of the lamp.
Never look directly into the lamp through the ventilation opening
when it is working.
This could damage your eyesight. In this respect, pay particular
attention to children.
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Position the unit on a stable surface.
To avoid serious injury and damage to things, make sure the
units are placed on a level, flat and stable surface from which
they cannot fall, tip over or slide. In this respect, pay particular
attention when they are placed on a trolley to be moved. Do not
to expose them to shocks.
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Do not put anything in the openings of the units.
Make sure that no object is placed inside the units. If this
happens, immediately disconnect the unit from the power supply
and call an authorised technician.
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For customers in Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES003.
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For customers in the United Kingdom
ATTENTION: This apparatus must be earthed.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with
the following code:
Green-and-Yellow: Earth
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus
may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected
to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter
E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green or greenand-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 4
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INSTALLATION.............................................................................................. 6
CONNECTING THE TWO UNITS .............................................................................................. 6
CONNECTING THE VIDEO SOURCES .................................................................................... 7
Video ................................................................................................................................. 7
S-Video ................................................................................................................................ 7
COMPONENT/RGBS .......................................................................................................... 7
Graphics RGB ...................................................................................................................... 9
DVI-D ................................................................................................................................. 9
RS232 Control ..................................................................................................................... 9
Optical fibre link ................................................................................................................... 9
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USE .............................................................................................................. 10
TURNING ON AND OFF ......................................................................................................... 10
KEYPAD ............................................................................................................................... 11
REMOTE CONTROL ............................................................................................................... 11
ON SCREEN MENU ................................................................................................................ 12
Inputs ............................................................................................................................... 12
Main Menu ......................................................................................................................... 13
Picture ............................................................................................................................... 13
Image ............................................................................................................................... 14
Set-up ............................................................................................................................... 15
Info
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Quick Menus ...................................................................................................................... 15
Messages .......................................................................................................................... 15
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................... 16
Maintenance and cleaning ................................................................................................. 16
More common problems .................................................................................................... 16
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ..................................................................... 18
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................. 18
DIMENSIONS .......................................................................................................................... 20
STRUCTURE OF THE ON SCREEN MENUS ........................................................................ 21
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the GrandCinema RTX system from
SIM2!
The RTX system integrates the signal processing ability of the
DigiOptical Image Processor with the faithful reproduction of a
DLP™ technology Display, putting the two units in
communication with each other by means of an optical fibre
connection.
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The DigiOptical Image Processor, ideally placed near the
sources, can acquire and process a wide range of video signals,
in order to send them to the Display by means of the optical
fibre connection.
All adjustments relevant to the image can be performed with the
remote control with the aid of the On Screen Display; alternatively,
the unit can be controlled by a domestic automation system
through the serial port.
Its complement of inputs (2 Composite Video inputs, 2 S-Video
inputs, up to 4 Component or RGB inputs, 2 graphic RGB inputs
and 1 DVI-D input) allows connection to a wide variety sources,
both analogue and digital: DVD players, VCRs, satellite and cable
receiver boxes, computers, videogame consoles, video cameras,
etc.
The Display, with its elegant and original design, produces an
image using the very latest Texas Instruments DLP™ technology
(1280x720 pixel DMD™ panel with 12° technology), a
proprietary, dust-sealed optical system, a new six-segment
colour wheel and a new concept Fresnel lens. All to provide an
image without half-measures, with definition, sharpness,
colorimetry and contrast equal to the renowned front projectors
of SIM2’s GrandCinema product line.
The signal processing it performs allows excellent reproduction
of a wide range of input signals, from interlaced video to high
definition and graphics.
The connection between the two units occurs through a cable
containing three optical fibres which allow transmission of the
digital signal from the DigiOptical Image Processor to the Display
and control signals in both directions.
The conversion of interlaced video signals to progressive signals,
done through use of the renowned DCDi™ technology, produces
fluid, natural images free of flicker and steps along the diagonal
lines.
Transmission occurs without interference or attenuation over
distances of up to 500 m (1,640 ft).
Moreover, the flexibility and reduced diameter of the cable allow
maximum freedom in installing the system in your home.
The faithful reproduction of signals at higher resolutions (such
as high definition video and graphics) occurs without loss of
information or reduction of image sharpness thanks to its high
ability to acquire signals at high pixel rates.
Adaptation of the input signal resolution to that of the Display
occurs without altering image quality through a wide range of
aspect ratios, including several definable by the user.
DLP and DMD are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments.
DCDi is a registered trademark of Faroudja, a division of Genesis Microchip, Inc.
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INSTALLATION
CONNECTING THE TWO UNITS
supply.
Connect the cable of the power supply to the POWER input
located on the rear panel (Fig. 4).
Only use the power supply provided with the system or a power
supply approved by SIM2.
The RTX system of SIM2 comprises the elements listed below
(Fig.1):
• the Display
• the DigiOptical Image Processor
• the remote control
• the DigiOptical Image Processor power supply
• three power cables for the Display
• three power cables for the DigiOptical Image Processor
• the cable with three optical fibres for the connection between
the DigiOptical Image Processor and the Display
• 4 1.5 V AAA-type batteries for the remote control
• the use and installation manual
The Display is designed to stand on the floor. Place it on a level,
flat surface so that it has sufficient space for ventilation and, to
avoid reflections, do not expose it to direct sunlight or intense
light sources.
The connection to the electrical grid is located on the rear panel,
like the power switch.
Adjust the rear feet to obtain the optimum viewing angle,
according to the distance and height you sit in front of the Display
(Fig. 2).
If some of the accessories are missing, contact your dealer as
soon as possible.
Display
Instruction
Manual
Fig. 2
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Alimentatore
DigiOptical
DigiOptical Image
Processor
Power Supply
Image Processor
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Cable with
three optical fibres
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The remote control provided (IR, operating with infrared rays),
allows complete control of the system. It is only for the DigiOptical
Image Processor and the Display and can be used by pointing
at either of the two units without distinction, since each is
equipped with an IR receiver on its front.
R
DigiOptical
Image Processor
Remote Control
The connection between the two units is made with a cable
containing three optical fibres, each terminating in an LC
connector. The standard cable length (20 m, 65.6 ft), is sufficient
1.5 V AAAtype batteries
Tappo di
Protection
protezioneplug
Power cables
Europe, UK, US (x2)
Fig. 1
The RTX system consists of two distinct units (the DigiOptical
Image Processor and the Display), each of which equipped with
a power cable and connected to each other by a 20 m (65.6 ft)
optical fibre cable.
Ferrula
Punto di
sfiocco
Unravelling
point
poi
Connector
Connettore
The ideal place for the DigiOptical Image Processor is the shelf
of a cabinet or on a rack (its dimensions are compatible with a
19" rack). Make sure that the support surface is stable and that
the unit has sufficient space around it for adequate ventilation
(at least 3 cm [1.2 in]).
The unit is powered by an external power supply that provides
a voltage of +7 VDC; the unit’s power switch is on the power
Fibre
Fibra
Cavo
Cable
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Fig. 3
for even the most demanding installations.
During installation of the optical fibre cable:
• Take particular care in handling the fibres: only handle the
cable ahead of the unravelling point (Fig. 3). Only pull on the
cable, not on the fibres or connectors.
• Only remove the protection plug covering the ferrula when
inserting in the connector: if it should come in contact with
other bodies it could be damaged and rendered unusable.
• Take particular care inserting the fibres in their respective
connectors, which are located on the rear panel of the
DigiOptical Image Processor and the back of the Display (Fig.
5).
• Make sure that the fibres are not switched: make sure the
numbers shown on the fibres match those on the connectors.
• Check that the connectors are correctly inserted.
• Use the special cable clamps located on the rear panel of
the Display to prevent the connectors from being subjected
to pulling or levering.
• Make sure that the cable is not an obstacle for persons along
its path.
• Take care not to create knots in the cable and that it does not
form an arc with radius of less than 2 cm (0.8 in) when curved.
• Keep the cable from being pulled or jerked, as this could pull
out the connectors and damage them.
CONNECTING THE VIDEO SOURCES
Connect the cables coming from the video sources, the serial
cable coming from the external device and the fibres for
connection to the Display, to the rear panel of the DigiOptical
Image Processor.
The corresponding output on the source can be identified by
the wording S-VIDEO or Y/C.
Almost as widespread as Composite Video, it is preferable since
it offers a clearer and sharper image.
To obtain the best performance from the RTX system, connect
the various signal sources using good quality cables designed
for video applications (impedance characteristic 75 Ω).
Make sure:
• to arrange the cables so that they are not a hindrance to
people moving around;
• to carefully insert the cables in the connectors so as not to
damage the feet;
• not to twist or crush the cables;
• not to tear the cables when disconnecting them from the
various devices.
COMPONENT/RGBS
5 6 7 8
Table 2 shows the types of signals usually available for the most
common types of video sources and the connectors to use on
the DigiOptical Image Processor for their respective inputs.
These inputs appear as three sets of 5 RCA connectors
(5,6,7) and a set of 5 BNC connectors (8).
RGB and Component signals can be applied to each set of
connectors.
RGB signals can have composite synchronism on the green
signal (RGsB), composite synchronism on the HV signal or
separate synchronisms on the H and V signals.
Connect the R, G, B outputs of the source to the respective R,
G, B inputs of the DigiOptical Image Processor (paying attention
not to switch them) and any synchronism signals to the HV or H
and V inputs. Regarding the three sets of RCA connectors, the
colours will help you perform the operation: the R connector is
red, G is green, B is blue, H/HV is white and V is black.
By using a suitable cable for adapting from SCART to RCA (or
BNC) type connectors, an RGB video signal coming from a
source equipped with an SCART plug output can be applied to
this input.
Component signals are connected to inputs Y, Cr and Cb, paying
attention to maintain the correspondence with the outputs on
the source.
Since the latter can be labelled in various ways, refer to Table 1
to establish the correspondences between the various signals.
The connector colours can also be of help, as shown in the table.
VIDEO
Table 1
Video sources (television receivers, VCRs, DVD players, etc.)
often have several outputs. To obtain the best performance from
your system, carefully choose which output to use. Generally,
the type of signal offering the best image quality is DVI-D, followed
by RGB, Components, S-Video and Composite Video, in that
order.
However, the RTX system is equipped with an excellent Video
Decoder and De-Interlacer and therefore even inferior quality
signals will produce extremely satisfactory results.
Apply a Composite Video signal (CVBS) to these inputs through
a cable with an RCA-type connector.
The connector on the source is generally yellow and the
respective label often has the word VIDEO.
Although other types of signals are preferable (since they allow
better image quality), it is still the most used type of output and
nearly all television receivers, VCRs, DVD players, video
cameras, etc., are equipped with it.
DigiOptical
Image Processor
Connector
S-VIDEO
Apply an S-Video signal to these inputs through a cable with a
mini-DIN type connector.
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Video signal
source connector
Y (green)
Y
Y
Y
Cr (red)
PR
R-Y
V
Cb (blue)
PB
B-Y
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11
DVI-D
OPTICAL FIBER LINK
CONTROL (RS 232)
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Computer
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GRAPHICS RGB
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Cb
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RG
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COMPONENT / RGBS
2
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Computer
Domestic
automation
device
V
Cr
R/
V
H
H/
Cb
B/
V
3 4
1 2
Y
G/
6
HV
H/
S-VIDEO
B/
VIDEO
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G/
POWER
HV
H/
Cr
HDTV receiver
Videogame console
Computer
Cr
R/
5
Cb
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B
RG
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R/
Television receiver
HDTV receiver
DVD player
Videorecorder
Videogame console
Cb
B/
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G/
4
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R/
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Television receiver
HDTV receiver
DVD player
Videorecorder
Videogame console
R
Power supply
Television receiver
DVD player
Videorecorder
Video camera
Videogame console
Television receiver
DVD player
Videorecorder
Video camera
Videogame console
Fig. 4
Table 2
DigiOptical Image Processor
Source
Signal
Television receiver from Antenna,
Satellite or Cable (Analogue or Digital)
HDTV receiver
DVD player
Videorecorder
Video camera
Videogame console
Computer
Connector
Input
Composite video
Video
S-Video
S-Video
Components
Component/RGBS
RGB
Component/RGBS
1
3
5
5
Components
Component/RGBS
RGB
Graphics RGB
Composite video
Video
S-Video
S-Video
Components
Component/RGBS
RGB
Component/RGBS
Composite video
Video
S-Video
S-Video
Components
Component/RGBS
RGB
Component/RGBS
Composite video
Video
S-Video
S-Video
Composite video
Video
S-Video
S-Video
Components
Component/RGBS
RGB
Component/RGBS
RGB
Graphics RGB
RGB
Graphics RGB
DVI
DVI-D
8
2
4
6
6
7
7
8
8
5 6 7
9 10
8
1
3
5
5
2
4
6
6
7
7
8
8
1
3
5
5
2
4
6
6
7
7
8
8
1
3
2
4
1 2
3 4
5 6 7
5 6 7
9 10
9 10
11
8
8
The video signals applicable to this input can have scanning
frequencies of 15 kHz (standard resolution video), 32 kHz or
higher (progressive scanning video and high definition video).
Sometimes it is possible to choose whether to obtain a
progressive instead of interlaced signal from the source.
Although, in general a progressive signal provides better quality
than an interlaced signal, it is often preferable not to perform the
de-interlacing operation on the source but on the RTX system,
which is equipped with sophisticated DCDi™ technology from
Faroudja specifically for this purpose.
Even if as a rule progressive signals provide better quality than
interlaced signals, for sources offering both outputs, it is advisable
to compare the quality of the two images reproduced by the
RTX system in the two cases: the de-interlacing performed by
the RTX system (thanks to Faroudja’s DCDi™ technology) is
often more effective than that performed at the source (typically
DVD players).
DVI-D 11
If your source is equipped with it (more and more computers
now have it) you can take advantage of the better image quality
by using the DVI-D input.
CONTROL (RS232)
It is possible to control the system with a personal computer or
domestic automation device through the serial port: all you need
to do is connect a cable coming from an RS232 serial port. Ask
SIM2 for the document containing the serial port settings and
the list of main commands.
OPTICAL FIBRE LINK
After removing the protection plugs present on the fibre
connectors and the panel connectors, carefully insert the fibres
in their respective connectors, matching the numbers shown on
each element. Be very carefully when handling the fibres and
connectors.
RGB GRAPHICS
10 or graphic signal to this input, using a
Apply an RGB-type9video
cable with a DB15HD-type connector.
The device providing the signal (typically a personal computer
or videogame console) must be able to provide separate H/V
synchronisms or composite synchronisms on the green signal
(RGsB).
The video or graphic signals applicable to this input can have
horizontal scanning frequencies (H-sync) between 15 and 110
kHz and a vertical frequency (V-sync) between 40 and 100 Hz.
Image resolution can vary between 640x480 and 1600x1200
pixels (VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA).
1
2
Protection
plug
3
3
3
Fig. 5
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2 USE
TURNING ON AND OFF
The RTX system consists of two units (DigiOptical Image
Processor and Display), the first of which is also the system
control centre. The DigiOptical Image Processor sends
commands to the Display and receives information about its
operation from it, in addition to the commands sent by the user.
The system can be controlled from either the remote control
(whose receivers are located on the DigiOptical Image Processor
and on the Display) or the keypad located on the upper part of
the Display.
However, the power supplies for the two units are separate: after
connecting the units to the electrical grid, set their respective
switches to the “I” position: the switch for the DigiOptical Image
Processor is located on the external power supply (Fig. 6a), and
If the message is “Optical link not active” or “Error” the system
cannot function; if “Attention” the system is working but there
could be problems in displaying some of the input signals.
Turning on the system:
• from the remote control (keys 0-9)
• from the keypad of the Display (keys and ).
Typically, the image will appear after 15-20 seconds. Pressing a
MENU
ESC
AUTO
0
I
O
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Fig. 6a
Fig. 6b
key from 1-9 on the remote control selects the corresponding
input; pressing the 0 key selects the input active when last turned
off.
If too short a period of time has passed since it was last turned
off, it is possible that the lamp will not light. In this case, it is
advisable to wait at least one minute, which allows the lamp to
cool.
the one for the Display is on the rear panel (Fig. 6b).
After a few seconds (during which system initialisation takes
place), the DigiOptical Image Processor and Display go on standby mode.
Information on the status of the system can be obtained by
observing the two LEDs (green and blue) on the front panel of
the DigiOptical Image Processor and the blue LED on the front
of the Display in addition to the condition (off/lit) of the keypad.
The significant conditions are shown in Table 3.
Turning off the system:
• from the remote control (key )
• from the keypad of the Display (key
).
Table 3
DigiOptical Image
Processor
Status
Green LED
Blue LED
Display
MENU
Front LED Keyboard pad
ESC
AUTO
Off
Initialisation
-
-
-
-
Stand-by
On
Cooling
Optical link not active
Caution
Error
: Off
: On
: Flashing
- : Insignificant
Fig. 8
10
Do not turn the power switches of the units to the “O” position
and do not disconnect the power supply cables immediately after
putting the system in stand-by mode, but wait at least one minute.
This is to allow the fans in the Display unit to cool the lamp.
KEYPAD
The keypad on the back of the Display comprises eight keys
that allow complete control of the device even in absence of
the remote control.
MENU
These allow navigating in the menus of
the On Screen Display and parameter
adjustments.
turns on in stand-by and recalls the
Input Selection menu.
(if pressed in the absence of the On
Screen Display) makes the information
window INFO appear
Activates the On Screen Display and allows
navigating through its pages.
Put the system in stand-by mode.
MENU
ESC
AUTO
ESC
Deactivates the On Screen
Display
AUTO
Recalls the automatic function for
optimising the image projected on the
screen.
Fig. 9
REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control sends commands to the system by means
of infrared rays.
There are two receivers, located on the front of the Display and
on the front panel of the DigiOptical Image Processor.
Do not interpose obstacles between the remote control and the
receivers: this could render the remote control ineffective.
The remote control operates with four 1.5 V AAA-type batteries.
Insert the batteries carefully, respecting the polarity, as shown
inside the battery compartment of the remote control itself (Fig.
10).
Replace the batteries when you notice the remote control losing
its effectiveness.
Remove the batteries if the remote control is not being used for
a long period, in order to avoid any chemical leaks that could
damage it.
-
+
+
-
+
+
-
4 1.5 V AAA-type
batteries.
Fig. 10
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STAND-BY
Puts the system in stand-by mode.
KEYS 0-9
They turn on the projector from
stand-by mode and allow
the direct selection of inputs.
INPUT
Displays the Input
Selection menu.
ESCAPE
Deactivates the On Screen Display.
Not active
in this model.
These allow navigating inside
the On Screen Display
and adjusting the parameters.
recalls the quick menus.
MENU Activates the On Screen Display
and allows navigating
though its pages.
MENU +
Activates the On Screen Display
and allows navigating through its pages.
FREEZE IMAGE
Not active
in this model.
Activates/deactivates
freeze image.
Not active
in this model.
INFO
Displays information relevant
to the selected input and the
status of the projector.
Not active
in this model.
VCR
Activates a filter to improve the image
quality from videorecorders.
AUTO
Recalls the automatic
function for optimising
the image projected
on the screen.
ASPECT
Selects the image aspect.
Fig. 11
ON SCREEN MENU
All the system’s functions can be activated from the keypad or
remote control, with the aid of a practical and complete on screen
menu system.
Inputs
INPUTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
The input selection menu is recalled using the 0 key on the
remote control and, when no other menu is displayed, even the
keys and on the keypad. To select an input, scroll the list
with the and keys until highlighting the desired input then
press .
Alternatively, press the corresponding numerical key (1..11) on
the remote control (for numbers 10 and 11, press the digits that
comprise them in succession).
The display of the input selection menu ends
Inputs
Video
Video
S-Video
S-Video
YCrCb 32kHz
RGBS 15kHz
YCrCb 32kHz
YCrCb 15kHz
Graphics RGB
Graphics RGB
DVI-D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Fig. 12a
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Video
Video
S-Video
S-Video
YCrCb 15kHz
YCrCb 32kHz
RGBS 15kHz
RGBS 32kHz
Graphics RGB
Graphics RGB
DVI-D
Fig. 12b
by pressing the ESC key, or when the time allowed for displaying
the on-screen menu has lapsed (set in the Set-up Menu).
Inputs 5, 6, 7 and 8 can receive RGB and YCrCb signals, at 15
kHz, 32 kHz or higher. The association between the input and
the type of signal is made from the pull-down menu that appears
on the right of the < symbol after pressing the < key (Fig. 12b).
After selecting the signal coming from the source (by means of
the and keys), press MENU+/MENU - to confirm and close
the pull-down menu; on the right of the < symbol the value just
set will be displayed.
As with the other inputs, you can now select the input just set by
pressing the key >.
During the short time it takes to find the signal, a box appears
showing the signal requested. As soon as this is displayed,
additional information relating to video standard (for video
signals) or resolution (for graphic signals) and aspect appears
in the box.
Picture
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Position
Y/C Delay
Magnification
Image
Setup
Normal
Anamorphic
Letterbox
Panoramic
1 Pixel to pixel
User 1
User 2
User 3
Fig. 14b
and return to the upper level occurs by pressing MENU+/-.
Press ESC on the remote control or keypad to interrupt the menu
display or wait for it to disappear automatically after the number
of seconds set on the SET-UP page.
PICTURE
This menu contains the adjustments that affect image quality.
Adjustments that are not available for a given input do not appear
on the menu. Table 4 summarises the adjustments available for
each input. For a complete table of the on-screen menus, consult
‘On screen menu layouts’ in the section “Additional Information.”
MAIN MENU
To access the main menu of the On Screen Display press the
MENU key on the keypad or the MENU+ or MENU- key on the
remote control.
The main menu is divided into three windows, PICTURE, IMAGE
and SET-UP, in which the various adjustments are grouped
according to the frequency used. With and select the line
corresponding to the adjustment to be made (Fig. 13).
The various menus only offer pertinent adjustments, according
to the type of input signal displayed (e.g. certain typical
Picture
Image
Brightness
60
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Filter
Cinema Mode
Video Type
50
50
50
3
2
Off
Normal
BRIGHTNESS
Adjusts the level of light associated to the black parts of the
image (black level), without affecting the white parts. By
increasing this value the darker parts of the image will become
sharper. To make the correct adjustment the grey scale signal
display can be useful, endeavouring to make the black level and
the level just above it distinct. Alternatively, you can use a scene
with black objects close to other dark objects.
Setup
CONTRAST
Adjusts the level of light associated with the white parts of the
image (white level) without affecting the black parts.
Displaying a grey scale can help in making the correct
adjustment, endeavouring to make the white level and the level
just below it distinct. Alternatively, you can use a scene in which
there are well-lit white objects surrounded by light objects that
are illuminated less intensely.
Auto
VCR
Fig. 13
COLOUR
This adjustment (also called Saturation) increases or decreases
the colour intensity of the image. At the value of zero, a colour
image will appear in black and white. Increasing the value, it will
be necessary to find the point where the colours appear natural:
the skin tone of a person or the green of the grass in a landscape
are good references.
adjustments for video signals, not necessary for graphic signals,
do not appear on the menus, and vice versa).
Some adjustments (e.g.BRIGHTNESS and CONTRAST) are
differentiated by a numerical value, which can be changed, within
set limits, using the keys / .
For others (e.g. VIDEO TYPE) you can choose between two
options presented on the same line (and selectable using the
keys / ).
Other adjustments (marked by the < symbol) provide submenus,
which appear as a superimposed window in which the selection
is made with the / (Fig. 14).
These submenus are accessed by pressing the < key, while exit
Picture
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Position
Y/C Delay
Magnification
Image
TINT
Adjusts the colour purity of the image. It essentially expresses
the ratio between red and green in an image.
On decreasing this value, the red content of the image will
increase; increasing the value, the green content will increase.
The skin tone of a person or a test pattern with colour bars can
be used when making this adjustment.
Setup
SHARPNESS
Increases or decreases the sharpness of the image by
processing the signal.
On decreasing this value, the details of the image will appear
softer, while increasing it will make them more defined, and the
edges of the object become sharper.
However, too high a value could make the image appear ‘noisy’
and highlight the outlines of the object in a unnatural way.
1
Fig. 14a
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SHARPNESS MODE
This allows you to select the type of processing associated with
the sharpness adjustment. In the case of a progressive or
interlaced video signal VIDEO mode is advisable; with PC graphic
signals, it is more appropriate to use GRAPHIC.
It is possible to select a different aspect for each of the sources:
it will be automatically recalled when the source is recalled.
You can also select from the various aspects by repeatedly
pressing the
key on the remote control, or by pressing
and one of the numerical keys 1...8.
FILTER
This allows you to select the mode with which the input signal is
processed. Selecting the most appropriate value for a given signal
provides the best horizontal and vertical definition of the image
and makes it clearer.
The following aspects are available.
NORMAL
Displays the image by occupying the entire vertical dimension
of the screen and maintaining the aspect ratio of the input
signal. When the input signal has an aspect ratio of 4:3, black
vertical bars appear on the right and left of the image.
CINEMA MODE
In AUTO the de-interlacer recognises if the signal is coming from
a movie film (obtained from a Telecine device with 3:2 or 2:2
sequence) and applies a de-interlacing algorithm optimised for
this type of signal.
If, on the other hand, the video signal is not recognised as coming
from a film, or if you select NO, the de-interlacer applies
a “Motion compensated” algorithm optimised for signals coming
from a videocamera.
ANAMORPHIC
Allows a 16:9 image to be correctly displayed.
LETTERBOX
Allows a 4:3 letterbox image (with the signal coming from the
source and black bands above and below the image) to be
displayed, filling the 16:9 screen and maintaining the correct
aspect ratio.
VIDEO TYPE
Inserts a filter to increase the stability of signals coming from
VCRs. From the remote control, you can switch between
NORMAL and VCR mode by pressing VCR.
PANORAMIC
Enlarges a 4:3 image by slightly cutting off the upper and
lower parts.
It is ideal for displaying a 4:3 image on the 16:9 display screen.
IMAGE
Table 4
PIXEL TO PIXEL
Performs a pixel to pixel mapping of any image without making
any changes to adapt it to the screen.
The image is centred in the screen and if its horizontal and/
or vertical resolution is less than that of the display, vertical
and/or horizontal bands will outline the edges.
DVI-D
-
-
Tint
-
-
-
RGBS 32 kHz
-
RGBS 15kHz
YCrCb 15kHz
Colour
Adjustments
Video
S-Video
Graphics RGB
YCrCb 32 kHz
Inputs
Brightness
Contrast
USER 1, 2 AND 3
When none of the predefined aspects is satisfactory, you can
use the personal aspects, which allow the horizontal and
vertical dimensions of the image to be continually varied.
Sharpness
Sharpness Mode
-
-
Filter
-
-
-
-
Cinema Mode
-
-
-
-
Modalita
video
Video Type
-
-
-
-
FREQUENCY/PHASE
These adjustments, which are available for progressive signals
and signals coming from a computer, determine the
correspondence between the number of pixels making up the
signal and the number of pixels making up the projected image.
Normally this will not be necessary, since the system examines
the input signal and automatically sets the most suitable values.
However, if the image appears disturbed (loss of resolution within
equidistant vertical bands or instability and lack of sharpness in
thin vertical lines) it may help to ask the system to repeat the
analysis of the input signal and determining the best parameters
by recalling the automatic adjustment procedure with AUTO on
the remote control or on the keypad.
If the automatic procedure still has no effect, then manually set
the frequency and phase values, getting as close a necessary
to the screen in order to see the effects of the adjustments.
Present only if the Video Standard is NTSC
This menu contains the adjustments that affect the quality and
geometric characteristics of the image.
POSITION
Adjusts the position of the image in a horizontal or vertical
direction. Determines the aspect of the projected image.
Normally, it is not necessary to change these values, since the
system examines the input signal and automatically sets the
most suitable values.
However, if the image is not perfectly centred, you can ask the
system to repeat the analysis of the input signal and the
positioning of the image, recalling the automatic adjustment
procedure with the AUTO key on the remote control or the
keypad. At the time the procedure is recalled, the presence of a
white (or light) outline in the displayed image can be of help.
COLOUR TEMPERATURE
Changes the colour balance of the image.
It is possible to make these predominantly red (corresponding
to low colour temperature values - expressed in degrees Kelvin)
or predominantly blue (high values).
The choice can be made between three predefined values: HIGH
(corresponding to approx. 9300 degrees Kelvin), MEDIUM
(approx. 6500 degrees Kelvin), LOW (approx. 5000 degrees
Kelvin) and one PERSONAL by the user, making separate
adjustment for RED, GREEN and BLUE.
ASPECT
This adjustment allows you to change the dimensions and aspect
ratio (the relationship between width and height) of the displayed
image. There are five predefined aspects available and three
personalised ones (whose parameters can be set by the user).
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Generally, the HIGH value is more suitable for displaying graphic
images, MEDIUM and LOW for video images.
SET-UP
This menu contains less frequently used adjustments that can
be of help during installation (e.g. selecting the language for the
On Screen Display or the display of Test Patterns).
We recommend that only expert users make these adjustments
since there is a risk of obtaining results that could lower the
quality of the projected image.
LANGUAGE
Lists the languages available for the On Screen Display menus.
GAMMA CORRECTION
Determines the system’s response to the “grey scale,” placing
more or less emphasis on the various tones of brightness (black,
dark grey, medium, light grey, white) making up the projected
image.
The GRAPHIC value is more suitable for computer images, while
the FILM and VIDEO values are more suitable for video images.
OSD POSITION
Allows the On Screen Display to be positioned in a particular area
of the projected image. For this purpose, the arrow keys are used
for fine adjustments and keys 1...9 on the remote control to select
one of the 9 predefined positions.
OSD BACKGROUND
Determines the type of background for the On Screen Display.
Y/C DELAY
In the case of Video and S-Video signals, it may be necessary
to horizontally align the colours within the borders of the various
objects making up the image. For a given video standard (e.g.
PAL or NTSC) the stored value does not normally require further
fine-tuning, unless the source or the cable connection has
changed.
OSD TIMEOUT
Adjusts the amount of time before the On Screen Display is
automatically erased from the projected image.
TEST PATTERNS
Displays a series of test signals, useful for installing the system
and verifying its basic operation. The keys and are used to
select the various test patterns.
MAGNIFICATION
Allows you to magnify the image (electronic zoom) and select
the area to be enlarged.
The level of magnification is adjusted in Zoom mode (identified
by a magnifying glass in the centre of the image) using the keys
and . The area of the image to be enlarged is selected in Pan
mode (symbol in the centre of the image) using the arrow keys
and .
It is possible to switch from one mode to the other with the remote
control by pressing .
INITIAL SETTINGS
Resets the values of all adjustments (except for POSITION and
Y/C DELAY) to their initial values.
INFO
Displays information relating to the projected video/graphic signal
and the operational status of the system.
on the remote control (or,
This function appears on pressing
in the absence of the On Screen Display, the key on the remote
control).
Table 5
Position
DVI-D
RGB Grafico
YCrCb 32 kHz
RGBS 32 kHz
RGBS 15kHz
YCrCb 15kHz
Adjustments
Video
S-Video
Inputs
QUICK MENUS
-
The quick menus provide access to the main adjustments that
effect image quality, without recalling the main menu.
The adjustments for BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOUR,
TINT, SHARPNESS and FILTER will appear one after another
at the bottom of the screen, on pressing and .
Aspect
Frequency
-
-
-
Phase
-
-
-
Colour Temperature
Gamma Correction
Y/C Delay
-
-
-
-
MESSAGES
Magnification
During operation the following messages can appear:
No Signal
The system does not recognise any signal applied to the selected
input. In this case:
• Make sure the selected input is connected to a video signal
or graphic source and that that source is working.
• Check the integrity of the cables used to connect the system
to the various sources.
• Make sure the video or graphic signals supplied by the source
are compatible with the system’s technical specifications and,
in particular, with those of the selected input.
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Out of Range
specifications (e.g. a QXGA graphic signal) or when a signal is
being sent to a given input not compatible with it (e.g. sending a
progressive single to an input after having set it to YCrCb 15kHz).
This message appears when the vertical/horizontal resolution
or the frequency of the input signal exceeds the system
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
• Check the integrity of the cables used to connect the
DigiOptical Image Processor to the various sources.
• If the problem occurs on a video signal coming from a tuner,
make sure the channel received is correctly tuned and that
the antenna system is efficient.
• If the problem occurs in a video signal coming from a VCR,
make sure the tape in the cassette is not excessively worn
and try to activate VCR mode on the PICTURE menu.
• Adjust the Sharpness parameter on the PICTURE menu to
optimise the projected image.
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
The units making up the system do not require any internal
adjustments, nor are their any parts inside them that can be
replaced or adjusted by the user.
To replace the lamp, or for any other repairs, contact the nearest
technical assistance centre, which will courteously and efficiently
resolve any problems.
A soft cloth is normally sufficient for cleaning the DigiOptical
Image Processor or Display. In the case of more stubborn dirt,
you can use a slightly moistened cloth. In this case, firstly turn
off and disconnect the unit, paying attention not to allow liquids
to get inside.
Image incomplete along the edges (vertical or horizontal)
• Make sure the video or graphic signal supplied by the source
is compatible with the system’s technical specifications and,
in particular, with those of the selected input.
• Recall the automatic image adjustment function by pressing
the AUTO located on the remote control or the keypad of the
Display.
• Adjust the horizontal or vertical position of the projected image
using the IMAGE/POSITION menu.
• Adjust the horizontal or vertical amplitude of the projected
image with the IMAGE/ASPECT menu.
MORE COMMON PROBLEMS
No power (LEDs always off)
• Check that the power switches of the units are in position I.
• Check that the power cables are correctly connected to the
power sockets of the units.
• Check the integrity of the fuse located on the power socket
on the back of the Display.
• Replace the fuse located on the power socket of the Display
with one of equivalent type and characteristics (T 3.15A H).
• If the fuse blows repeatedly, contact an authorised assistance
centre.
Image too dark/light or with unnatural colours
• Make sure the video or graphic signal supplied by the source
is compatible with the system’s technical specifications and,
in particular, with those of the selected input.
• Adjust the CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, COLOUR and TINT
parameters on the PICTURE menu.
• If necessary, adjust COLOUR TEMPERATURE and GAMMA
CORRECTION (menu IMAGE).
The lamp remains off
• If this occurs a short time after it was last turned it off, wait at
least one minute before turning it on again, to allow the lamp
to cool to its optimum turning-on temperature.
• If it occurs even when the lamp is cool, contact an authorised
assistance centre.
• Check the integrity of the connection by interpreting the
meaning of the system LEDs as shown in Table 3.
Graphic image with confused or flickering vertical details
• Make sure the video or graphic signals supplied by the source
are compatible with the system’s technical specifications and,
in particular, with those of the selected input.
• Perform an automatic adjustment of the image by pressing
the AUTO key on the remote control or keypad of the Display.
• Adjust the FREQUENCY and PHASE parameters on the
IMAGE menu to optimise the vertical details of the projected
image.
No Image
• Make sure the selected input is connected to a video or
graphic source and that the source is working.
• Make sure the video or graphic signals supplied by the source
are compatible with the technical specifications of the RTX
system or, in particular, the selected input.
• Check the integrity of the cables used to connect the
DigiOptical Image Processor to the various sources.
• Check the integrity of the connection between the DigiOptical
Image Processor and the Display.
• Check the integrity of the connection by interpreting the
meaning of the system LEDs as shown in Table 3.
Video image with colours not aligned with the vertical details
• Make sure the video or graphic signals supplied by the source
are compatible with the system’s technical specifications and,
in particular, with those of the selected input.
• Adjust the Y/C DELAY parameter on the IMAGE menu to
align the colours with the edges of the vertical details of the
projected image.
Disturbed, unstable or noisy image
Remote control not working
• Make sure the video or graphic signals provided by the source
are compatible with the system’s technical specifications and,
in particular, the selected input.
• Make sure the batteries that power the remote control are
charged and inserted with correct polarity.
• Make sure there are no obstacles in front of the infrared
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receivers located on the front panel of the DigiOptical Image
Processor and the front of the Display.
• Make sure the infrared receivers located on the front panel
of the DigiOptical Image Processor and at the front of the
Display are not illuminated by intense light sources.
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3 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DISPLAY
OPTICS
Optical system:
DMD™ panel:
Projection lens:
Colour wheel:
Lamp:
Image dimensions:
Brightness:
GENERAL
a single DMD™ panel, sealed
against dust
TI HD2 0.8" 12° Dark Metal - 1280x720
pixels (aspect ratio 16:9)
UltraWide angle F/2.4
6 segments (RGBRGB) - 9000 rpm max
120 W UHP - 6,000 hours*
45": 996x560 mm (39.2x22 in)
55": 1218x685 mm (48x27 in)
45": 500 cd/m2
55": 350 cd/m2
Power supply cable:
Power supply:
Peak current:
Consumption:
Fuse:
Dimensions:
Weight (approx.):
*understood as an average value measured in the laboratory under
optimal conditions; can be reduced by improper use
Operating Temp.:
Transport Temp.:
Warehouse Temp.:
Humidity:
Safety:
Transportability:
ELECTRONICS
Input/Output:
Control:
3-channel optical fibre link
Panel (keypad), remote control,
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
Transport:
(EU, UK and US); length 2 m (6.5 ft)
100 to 240 VAC, tolerance +/- 10%,
frequency 48 to 62 Hz
30 A max
170 W max
T 3,15A H, 5 x 20 mm (0.2 x 0.8 in)
45": 1228 x 1108 x 373 mm (48.3 x 43.6 x
14.7 in) (LxHxD)
55": 1495 x 1218 x 421 mm (58.8 x 48 x
16.6 in) (LxHxD)
45": 65 kg (143.3 lbs)
55": 85 kg (187.4 lbs)
10 to 35 °C (50 to 95 °F)
-15 to 55 °C (5 to 131 °F)
-15 to 55 °C (5 to 131 °F)
20% to 95% non-condensing
EN 60950, UL 60950
the product is considered a “table-top
device”
EN 55022 Class B
EN 55024
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
IEC 68-2-31, IEC 68-2-32
DIGIOPTICAL IMAGE PROCESSOR
ELECTRONICS
• 2 RGBHV (analogue RGB)
DB15HD-type female connectors
R,B: 0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω
G:
0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω, separate H, V or HV synchromisms
1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative or 3-level synchronism [HDTV]
H,V: positive or negative TTL, 0.3-5 Vpp / 1 kΩ
• 1 DVI (digital RGB)
DVI-D female connector
Input signals:
• 2 COMPOSITE VIDEO (CVBS)
RCA-type connectors, gold-plated
1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative synchronism
• 2 S-VIDEO (Y/C)
mini-DIN 4-pin connectors
Y:
1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative synchronism
C:
0.286 Vpp / 75 Ω, [NTSC nominal burst level]
0.3 Vpp / 75 Ω [PAL, SECAM nominal burst level]
• 4 COMPONENTS (Y/Cr/Cb/H/V) - RGBHV
3 sets of 5 RCA-type connectors, gold-plated
1 set of 5 BNC-type connectors, gold-plated
- Signal components
Y:
1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative or 3-level synchronism [HDTV]
Cr,Cb: 0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω
- RGB Signal
R,B: 0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω
G:
0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω, separate H, V or HV synchronisms
1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative or 3-level synchronism [HDTV]
H,V: positive or negative TTL, 0.3-5 Vpp / 1 kΩ
Input/Output:
Control:
Horizontal frequency:
Vertical frequency:
Video standards:
High definition standard:
Graphic standards:
De-interlacer:
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3-channel optical fibre link
Panel (keypad), remote control, via
RS232 from PC or domestic automation
devices
15 to 110 kHz (up to UXGA, 85 Hz)
48 -100 Hz
automatic selection (PAL B,G,H,I,M,N,60,
SECAM, NTSC 3.58 and 4.43)
ATSC HDTV (480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p)
VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA
Faroudja chip set, DCDi™, 3:2 pull down
Colour temperature:
Control:
Outputs:
sequence conversion
from 5000 to 9300 °K (three pre-set values
and one customisable)
infrared ray remote control, RS232
serial (DB9 connector, female)
2 12-V jack connector outputs (1 active with
system turned on, 1 active with
16:9 aspect ratio selected)
Consumption:
Dimensions:
Weight (approx.):
Operating Temp.:
Transport Temp.:
Warehouse Temp.:
Humidity:
Safety:
Transportability:
GENERAL
Power supply cable:
Power supply:
Peak current:
(EU, UK and US); length 2 m (6 ft 5 1/2 in)
100 to 240 VAC, tolerance ± 10%,
frequency 48 to 62 Hz
30 A max
Transport:
IEC 68-2-31, IEC 68-2-32
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
30W max
483 x 55 x 200 mm (19 x 2.2 x 7.8 in)
(LxHxD); compatible with 19" rack
2.5 kg (5.5 lbs)
10 to 35 °C (50 to 95 °F)
-15 to 55 °C (5 to 131 °F)
-15 to 55 °C (5 to 131 °F)
20% to 95% non-condensing
EN 60950, UL 60950
the product is considered a “table-top
device”
EN 55022 Class B
EN 55024
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
CONNECTION CABLE
Composition:
Connectors:
Length:
Diameter:
Tensile strength:
Type Approval:
3 50/125 optical fibres µm multimode
LC connector
*traction only to be applied on the cable and not the fibres or
connectors.
19
20.0±0.2m (65.6±0.6 ft)
5 mm (0.2 in) max
1200N*
UL OFNP
DIMENSIONS
DISPLAY
1227,8 mm - 48,34"
996,2 mm - 39,22"
368,6 mm
14,51"
1108 mm - 43,62"
560,5 mm - 22,07"
1108 mm - 43,62"
RTX 45”
956,3 mm - 37,65"
RTX 55”
235 mm
9,25"
420,3 mm
16,54"
1218 mm - 47,95"
684,9 mm - 26,96"
1218 mm - 47,95"
1494,2 mm - 58,82"
1217,6 mm - 47,93"
1188 mm - 46,78"
245 mm
9,64"
Unit of measure: mm
Scale 1:20
DIGIOPTICAL IMAGE PROCESSOR
Unit of measure: mm
Scale 1:5
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STRUCTURE OF THE ON SCREEN MENUS
Picture
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Filter
Cinema Mode
Video Type
Video • S-Video
[NTSC]
YCrCb15kHz
RGBS 15kHz
Video • S-Video
[PAL, SECAM]
RGBS 32kHz
RGB Grafico
DVI-D
32kHz
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Sharpness
Filter
Cinema Mode
Video Type
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Sharpness Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Sharpness Mode
Image
Video • S-Video
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Position
Y/C Delay
Magnification
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Position
Frequency
Phase
Magnification
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Position
Magnification
Aspect
Normal
Anamorphic
Letterbox
Panoramic
Pixel to Pixel
User 1
User 2
User 3
YCrCb 32kHz
RGBS 32kHz
RGB Grafico
YCrCb 15kHz
RGBS 15kHz
Horizontal
Vertical
Horizontal
Vertical
Horizontal
Vertical
Setup
Language
OSD Background
OSD Position
OSD Timeout
Test Patterns
Initial Settings
Gamma Correction
Color Temperature
High
Medium
Low
User
English
Italiano
Français
Español
Português
Clear
Solid
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DVI-D
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Magnification
Film
Video
Graphics
Red
Green
Blue