BOXLIGHT Pro4500dp User manual

Pro4500dp
USER MANUAL
19462 Powder Hill Place
Poulsbo, WA 98370
800.762.5757
360.779.7901
www.boxlight.com
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 author.
© Copyright January, 2006
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 hereof without obligation of
the manufacturer to notify any person of such revision or changes.
Trademark Recognition
Kensington is a U.S. registered trademark of ACCO Brand Corporation with issued registrations and pending applications in other countries throughout the world.
All other product names used in this manual are the properties of their respective owners and are acknowledged.
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Important Safety Information
Congratulations on purchasing the DLP projector!
Important:
It is strongly recommended that you read this section carefully before using the projector. These
safety and usage instructions will ensure that you enjoy many years of safe use of the projector.
Keep this manual for future reference.
Symbols Used
Warning symbols are used on the unit and in this manual to alert you of hazardous situations.
The following styles are used in this manual to alert you to important information.
Note:
Provides additional information on the topic at hand.
Important:
Provides additional information that should not be overlooked.
Caution:
Alerts you to situations that may damage the unit.
Warning:
Alerts you to situations that may damage the unit, create a hazardous environment, or cause personal injury.
Throughout this manual, component parts and items in the OSD menus are denoted in bold font as in this
example:
“Push the Menu button on the remote control to open the Main menu.”
Remote Control
Some remote controls have a laser for pointing out items on a screen.
DANGER: Do not point the laser in the eyes. Doing so can damage the eyes permanently.
General Safety Information
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Do not open the unit case. Aside from the projection lamp, there are no user-serviceable parts in
the unit. For servicing, contact qualified service personnel.
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Follow all warnings and cautions in this manual and on the unit case.
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The projection lamp is extremely bright by design. To avoid damage to eyes, do not look into the
lens when the lamp is on.
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Do not place the unit on an unstable surface, cart, or stand.
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Avoid using the system near water, in direct sunlight, or near a heating device.
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Do not place heavy objects such as books or bags on the unit.
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Power Safety
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Only use the supplied power cord.
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Do not place anything on the power cord. Place the power cord where it will not be in the way of
foot traffic.
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Remove the batteries from the remote control when storing or not in use for a prolonged period.
Replacing the Lamp
Replacing the lamp can be hazardous if done incorrectly. Refer to “Replacing the Projection Lamp” on
page 38 for clear and safe instructions for this procedure. Before replacing the lamp:
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Unplug the power cord.
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Allow the lamp to cool for about one hour.
Spent Lamp Management
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This product contains a metal halide lamp, which contains mercury. Dispose of it as required by local ordinances and regulations.
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The USA restricts or prohibits the disposal of some or all mercury containing lamps in the municipal
waste stream. Please visit www.lamprecycle.org for more information on specific state disposal requirements and recycling facilities.
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The following states have laws that deal with information that wholesalers must provide to contractors for lamp disposal.
Connecticut
Maine
Minnesota
Rhode Island
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For users in Connecticut, please call our toll free number1-888-657-5267 to place an order for the
delivery of a kit for returning a used lamp. The kit includes a box for the lamp, tape, and a return
shipping label. To return a lamp:
1. Place the lamp in the box, complete the enclosed form, and seal the box with the provided tape.
2. Affix the return shipping label to the box and call 1.800.463.3339 FedEx Ground Service
for box pickup.
Cleaning the Projector
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Unplug the power cord before cleaning. Refer to “Cleaning the Projector” on page 41.
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Allow the lamp to cool for about one hour.
Regulatory Warnings
Before installing and using the projector, read the regulatory notices in the “Regulatory Compliance” section on page 54.
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Main Features
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Lightweight unit, easy to pack away and transport
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Compatible with all major video standards including NTSC, PAL, and SECAM
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A high brightness rating allows for presentations in daylight or in lit rooms
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Supports resolutions up to UXGA at 16.7 million colors to deliver crisp, clear images
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Flexible setup allows for front, rear, and ceiling projections
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Line-of-vision projections remain square, with advanced keystone correction for angled
projections
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Input source automatically detected
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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Table of contents
GETTING STARTED .......................................................................................................................................................... 1
PACKING CHECKLIST ........................................................................................................................................................... 1
VIEWS OF PROJECTOR PARTS ............................................................................................................................................... 2
Front-right View ............................................................................................................................................................. 2
Top View—On-screen Display (OSD) Buttons and LEDs .............................................................................................. 3
Side View Connectors ..................................................................................................................................................... 4
Projector LED Descriptions ........................................................................................................................................... 5
Rear View........................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Bottom View.................................................................................................................................................................... 7
REMOTE CONTROL PARTS ................................................................................................................................................... 8
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATING RANGE ............................................................................................................................. 10
PROJECTOR AND REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS .................................................................................................................. 10
SETUP AND OPERATION............................................................................................................................................... 11
INSERTING THE REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES ................................................................................................................. 11
CONNECTING INPUT DEVICES ............................................................................................................................................ 12
STARTING AND SHUTTING DOWN THE PROJECTOR ............................................................................................................. 14
ADJUSTING THE PROJECTOR LEVEL ................................................................................................................................... 16
ADJUSTING THE ZOOM, FOCUS AND KEYSTONE ................................................................................................................ 17
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME .................................................................................................................................................. 18
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) MENU SETTINGS....................................................................................................... 19
OSD MENU CONTROLS ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
Navigating the OSD ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
SETTING THE OSD LANGUAGE .......................................................................................................................................... 20
PICTURE MENU .................................................................................................................................................................. 21
Picture Menu Functions Available for Connected Source ............................................................................................ 22
ADVANCE MENU ............................................................................................................................................................... 24
Advance Menu Functions Available for Connected Source .......................................................................................... 25
SETUP MENU ..................................................................................................................................................................... 27
Setup Menu Functions Available for Connected Source............................................................................................... 29
AUDIO MENU ..................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Audio Menu Functions Available for Connected Source .............................................................................................. 31
WINDOW MENU ................................................................................................................................................................. 32
COLORMGR MENU ............................................................................................................................................................ 34
SERVICE MENU .................................................................................................................................................................. 35
NETWORK MENU ............................................................................................................................................................... 37
MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY................................................................................................................................. 38
REPLACING THE PROJECTION LAMP................................................................................................................................... 38
Resetting the Lamp........................................................................................................................................................ 40
CLEANING THE PROJECTOR................................................................................................................................................ 41
Cleaning the Lens ......................................................................................................................................................... 41
Cleaning the Case ......................................................................................................................................................... 41
USING THE KENSINGTON® LOCK ...................................................................................................................................... 41
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................................................... 43
COMMON PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 43
TIPS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................................ 43
LED ERROR MESSAGES ..................................................................................................................................................... 44
IMAGE PROBLEMS .............................................................................................................................................................. 44
LAMP PROBLEMS ............................................................................................................................................................... 45
REMOTE CONTROL PROBLEMS .......................................................................................................................................... 45
AUDIO PROBLEMS ............................................................................................................................................................. 45
HAVING THE PROJECTOR SERVICED .................................................................................................................................. 46
SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................................................................. 47
SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................................................. 47
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Input Connectors........................................................................................................................................................... 48
Output Connectors ........................................................................................................................................................ 48
Control Connectors....................................................................................................................................................... 48
PROJECTION DISTANCE V.S. PROJECTION SIZE (FOR STANDARD LENS)............................................................................. 49
TIMING MODE TABLE ........................................................................................................................................................ 50
PROJECTOR DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 53
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE ..................................................................................................................................... 54
FCC WARNING .................................................................................................................................................................. 54
CANADA ............................................................................................................................................................................ 54
SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 54
EN 55022 WARNING ......................................................................................................................................................... 54
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GETTING STARTED
Packing Checklist
Carefully unpack the projector and check that the following items are included:
DLP PROJECTOR WITH
POWER CORD
REMOTE CONTROL
(WITH TWO AAA BATTERIES)
LENS CAP
COMPUTER CABLE
(VGA -15pin)
CD-ROM (THIS USER’S MANUAL)
QUICK START GUIDE
Contact your dealer immediately if any items are missing, appear damaged, or if the unit does not work.
Caution:
Avoid using the projector in dusty environments.
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Views of Projector Parts
Front-right View
1
7
ITEM
5
2
6
3
4
5
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
SEE PAGE:
1.
See “Top View—On-screen Display (OSD) Buttons and LEDs” on page 3.
2.
Focus
Focuses the projected image
3.
Lens zoom
Enlarges the projected image
4.
See “Side View Connectors” on page 4.
5.
Height-adjusters
Turn to adjust level of projector
16
6.
Lens
Remove lens cap before use
14
7.
Front IR receiver
Receiver for IR signal from remote control
10
17
Important:
Ventilation openings on the projector allow for good air circulation, which keeps the projector lamp
cool. Do not obstruct any of the ventilation openings.
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Top View—On-screen Display (OSD) Buttons and LEDs
1
2
3
4
Auto
5
Source
Data
Power
on/off
Source
Video
6
7
User
Mode
8
Power
Temp
9
Lamp 1
Lamp 2
15 14
ITEM
LABEL
13
12
11 10
DESCRIPTION
SEE PAGE:
1.
Power of/off
Turns the projector on or off
2.
Auto
Optimizes image size, position, and resolution
3.
Menu
Opens and exits the OSD
19
4.
Source Data
Detects the data (PC) input device
14
5.
Source Video
Detects the video input device
6.
Volume
Adjust the volume with LEFT/RIGHT arrow buttons
7.
User Mode
Open the User mode menu
8.
9.
10.
11.
Power
12.
Enter
Confirm settings in OSD menus
13.
Lens Shift
Adjust the vertical shift of the lens
14.
Arrow buttons
Navigate and changes settings in the OSD
Volume/keystone adjust when OSD off
15.
Keystone
Adjust the keystone with UP/DOWN arrow buttons
Temp
Lamp 1
See “Projector LED Descriptions” on page 5.
Lamp 2
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Side View Connectors
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
7
12
ITEM
11
8
10
9
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
SEE PAGE:
1.
Input Video 1
Connect an HDMI cable from an HDTV
2.
LAN Control
Connect a LAN cable for controlling projector through a PC
3.
Wired Remote
Connect a wired remote control
4.
USB Mouse
Connect the USB cable from a computer
5.
RS232
This is a service port for firmware upgrades.
6.
Input Data 1
Connect a DVI-D computer cable from a computer
7.
Audio-Out
Connect an audio cable to external speakers
RGB-Out
Connect an RGB cable to an external monitor
8.
Input Video 3
Connect an S-video cable to the S-video connector
Connect an RCA audio connector to L/R audio connectors
9.
Power
Connect the supplied power cord
14
10.
Input Video 4
Connect an RCA component cable the Y/Pb/Pr connectors
Connect an RCA audio connector to L/R audio connectors
12
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ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
SEE PAGE:
11.
Input Video 2
Connect a composite video cable to the Video connector
Connect an RCA audio connector to L/R audio connectors
12.
Input Data 3
Connect a 5-connector BNC (RGB + VSync + HSync) cable
13.
Input Data 2
Connect an RGB cable from a computer to RGB-In
Connect an audio cable from a computer to Audio-In
12
Projector LED Descriptions
LED
ON (SEE PAGE 14)
OFF (SEE PAGE 14)
FLASHING (SEE PAGE 44)
Power
System ready
Power off
System error
Temp
Standby
Lamp on
Over temperature
Lamp 1
Standby/lamp off
Lamp on
Lamp error
Lamp 2
Standby/lamp off
Lamp on
Lamp error
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Rear View
1
2
3
ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
SEE PAGE:
1.
Cover screw
Loosen to remove lamp cover
38
2.
Rear IR receiver
Receiver for IR signal from remote control
10
3.
Security Lock
Secure to permanent object with a Kensington® Lock
system
41
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Bottom View
2
3
3
2
1
3
ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
SEE PAGE:
1.
Carry handle
Unfold to carry projector
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2.
Height adjusters
Adjust level of projector
16
3.
Ceiling support
holes
Contact your dealer for information on mounting the projector on a ceiling.
Caution:
For ceiling installations, use approved mounting hardware and M4 screws with a maximum screw
depth of 6 mm (1/4 inch). To allow for proper ventilation, keep a distance of 50 cm (20 inches) from
walls and ceiling. For permanent installations, follow local codes.
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Remote Control Parts
Important:
1. Avoid using the projector with bright fluorescent lighting turned on. Certain high-frequency fluorescent lights can disrupt remote control operation.
2. Be sure nothing obstructs the path between the remote control and the projector. If the path between remote control and the projector is obstructed, you can bounce the signal off certain
reflective surfaces such as projector screens.
3. The buttons and keys on the projector have the same functions as the corresponding buttons on
the remote control. This user’s manual describes the functions based on the remote control.
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ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
SEE PAGE:
1.
Power
Lamp On/Off switch
2.
Lens Shift
Lens Shift
3.
Auto
Auto sync
4.
Focus+
Motorized focus +
5.
Zoom+
Motorized zoom +
6.
D.Zoom+
Digital Zoom +
7.
Focus-
Motorized focus -
8.
Zoom-
Motorized zoom -
9.
D.Zoom-
Digital Zoom -
10.
Keystone
Keystone correction
11.
Menu
Menu On/Off switch
12.
Laser Trigger
Laser pointer trigger, press to emit laser
13.
Up / PageUp
OSD selection (up), USB up arrow key when button 17 LED is on.
14.
Left/Volume-
Decrement value, select menu sub item
15.
Right/Volume+
Increment value, select menu sub item
16.
Down/PageDown
OSD selection (down), USB down arrow key when button 17 LED is on.
17.
PD/PU Shift
Enable/Disable USB PD/PU function
18.
Enter
Enter key
19.
Mouse right click
IR mouse left click
20.
Source Data
To select source (RGB, DVI, RGBHV,)
21.
Exit
Exit OSD (when in main menu), go to previous menu (when in child menu)
22.
Source Video
To select video (video, S-Video, Component, HDMI)
23.
Break Time
Use to setup break time
24.
Freeze
Freeze image
25.
Blank
Blank display
26.
User Mode
To select different user picture mode
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27.
Lamp
Lamp settings
28.
Status
Show the service menu
29.
Mute
Audio mute
30.
Pan
Digital pan
31.
16:9
Aspect Ratio
32.
Slide (PC/Projector)
Swap IR function for PC or Projector
Note:
The remote control can only interface with a computer when connected to the computer through a
USB cable connection. The computer cable connects a computer to the projector for display purposes only.
Remote Control Operating Range
The remote control uses infrared transmission to control the projector. It is not necessary to point the
remote directly at the projector. Provided you are not holding the remote perpendicular to the sides or
the rear of the projector, the remote will function well within a radius of about 10 meters (33 feet) and
30 degrees above or below the projector level. If the projector does not respond to the remote control,
move a little closer.
Projector and Remote Control Buttons
The projector can be operated using the remote control or the buttons on the top of the projector. All
operations can be carried out with the remote control; however the buttons on the projector are limited in use. The following illustration shows the corresponding buttons on the remote control and on
the projector.
Some buttons on the projector have two functions. For example, item 4/6 on the projector functions
both as the source button and as the left cursor key in OSD menus.
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SETUP AND OPERATION
Inserting the Remote Control Batteries
1.
2.
3.
Remove the battery compartment cover
by sliding the cover in the direction of
the arrow.
Insert the supplied batteries taking note
of the polarity (+/-) as shown here.
Replace the cover.
Caution:
1. Only use AAA alkaline batteries.
2. Dispose of used batteries according to local ordinance regulations.
3. Remove the batteries when not using the projector for prolonged periods.
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Connecting Input Devices
A PC or notebook computer as well as video devices can be connected to the projector at the same
time. Video devices include DVD, VCD, and VHS players, as well as movie camcorders and digital
still cameras. Check the user manual of the connecting device to confirm it has the appropriate output
connector.
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
7
12
ITEM
11
8
10
9
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
1.
Input Video 1
Connect an HDMI cable from an HDTV
2.
LAN Control
Connect a LAN cable for controlling projector through a PC
3.
Wired Remote
Connect a wired remote control
4.
USB Mouse
Connect the USB cable from a computer
5.
RS232
This is a service port for firmware upgrades.
6.
Input Data 1
Connect the supplied DVI-DB15 computer cable from a computer
7.
Audio-Out
Connect an audio cable to external speakers
RGB-Out
Connect an RGB cable to an external monitor
8.
Input Video 3
Connect an S-video cable to the S-video connector
Connect an RCA audio connector to L/R audio connectors
9.
Power
Connect the supplied power cord
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ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
10.
Input Video 4
Connect an RCA component cable the Y/Pb/Pr connectors
Connect an RCA audio connector to L/R audio connectors
11.
Input Video 2
Connect a composite video cable to the Video connector
Connect an RCA audio connector to L/R audio connectors
12.
Input Data 3
Connect a 5-connector BNC (RGB + VSync + HSync) cable to a pattern
generator or advanced video converter.
Connect a DSUB-15-to-5BNC cable from a computer
Connect an audio cable from a computer to Audio-In
13.
Input Data 2
Connect an RGB cable from a computer to RGB-In
Connect an audio cable from a computer to Audio-In
The connectors you choose on the projector may depend on available corresponding connectors on
the devices you are connecting to.
Connect a computer to the projector through one of the Input Data 1/2/3 connections. The order for a
better signal is as follows:
1. Input Data 1 is a digital signal and offers the best connection to your computer.
2. Input Data 3 is an analog signal; use a DSUB-15-to-5BNC cable for the connection.
3. The Input Data 2 analog signal uses a standard RGB computer cable.
Connect a video device to the projector through one of the Input Video 1/2/3/4 connections. The order
for a better signal is as follows:
1. Input Video 1 is a digital signal and offers the best connection to your video device.
2. Input Video 4 uses a component cable (3 RCA connectors; red/green/blue) for the most superior analog connection.
3. Input Video 3 uses an S-video cable. S-video provides a sharper image than composite video.
4. Input Video 2 uses a composite video (yellow RCA connector) connection.
Warning:
As a safety precaution, disconnect all power to the projector and connecting devices before making
connections.
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Starting and Shutting down the Projector
1.
2.
3.
Connect the power cord to the projector.
Connect the other end to a wall outlet.
The POWER and READY LEDs on the
projector turn on.
Turn on the connected devices.
Ensure the Ready LED is on a steady (not
flashing) orange and then press the Power
button to turn on the projector.
The projector splash screen displays and
connected devices are detected.
If the connected device is a PC, press the
appropriate keys on the computer keyboard to switch the display output to the
projector. (Check the user manual of the
PC to determine the appropriate Fn key
combination to change display output.)
4.
If more than one input device is connected, press the Source Data/Video
buttons repeatedly to switch among devices.
Press Source Data to switch among a
computer connected to Computer,
RGBHV, or Digital.
Press Source Video to switch among a
video device connected to Video, S-Video,
Component, or HDMI.
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5.
6.
To turn off the projector, press the Power
button. The projector prepares for shutdown and a “Wait a moment please…”
message appears.
When the “Power Off?/Press Power again”
message appears, press the Power button.
The projector turns off.
Caution:
Do not unplug the power cord until all the LEDs are on, indicating the projector has cooled down.
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Adjusting the Projector Level
Take note of the following when setting up the projector:
•
The projector table or stand should be level and sturdy.
•
Position the projector so that it is perpendicular to the screen.
•
Be sure cables are not in the way or can not cause the projector to be knocked over.
A
B
C
B
C
1.
To raise the level of the projector, lift the projector [A] and rotate the heightadjusters [B].
The height adjusters drop down [C].
2.
To lower the level of the projector, rotate the height adjusters in the opposite direction.
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Adjusting the Zoom, Focus and Keystone
1.
2.
3.
Use the Zoom +/- control
to resize the projected image and screen size.
A display pattern appears
on the screen to indicate
the border of the display
window; adjust until the
projected image matches
the display-pattern border.
Use the Focus +/- control
to sharpen the projected
image.
A display pattern appears
on the screen; adjust until
the cross-hair is sharp.
Use the Keystone +/- buttons to correct image
distortion.
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Adjusting the Volume
1.
2.
3.
Press the Volume +/- button.
The volume control appears on the display.
Use the Volume +/- buttons to adjust the level.
Press the Mute button to
turn off the volume.
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ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) MENU SETTINGS
OSD Menu Controls
The projector has an OSD that lets you make image adjustments and change various settings.
Navigating the OSD
You can use the remote control cursor buttons or the buttons on the top of the projector to navigate
and make changes to the OSD. The following illustration shows the corresponding buttons on the remote control and on the projector.
1. To open the OSD, press the Menu
button.
2. Press the cursor
through the menus.
button to move
button to move
3. Press the cursor
up and down in a menu.
4. Press
tings.
to change values for set-
5. Press Menu to close the OSD or
leave a submenu.
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Setting the OSD Language
You may want to reference the OSD on your projector while reading this section. Set the OSD language to your preference before continuing. (The default language is English.)
1. Press the Menu button. The Picture menu appears.
2. Press the cursor
3. Press the cursor
4. Press the cursor
button until Setup is highlighted.
button to highlight Language.
button until the language you want is highlighted.
5. Press the Menu button twice to close the OSD.
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Picture Menu
Press the Menu button to open the OSD menu. Press the cursor
button to move to the Picture
button to move up and down in the Picture menu. Press
menu. Press the cursor
to change
values for settings.
ITEM
User mode
DESCRIPTION
Press the cursor
button to choose from three user modes: Memory 1;
Memory 2; and Memory 3.
DEFAULT
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Any settings you change in the Picture menu are saved in Memory that you
have selected.
Brightness
Press the cursor
button to adjust the brightness. (Range: 0 – 100)
50
Contrast
Press the cursor
button to adjust the contrast. (Range: 0 – 100)
50
Sharpness
Press the cursor
button to adjust the display sharpness (Range: 0 – 14)
7
Saturation
Press the cursor
button to adjust the video saturation. (Range: 0 – 100)
50
Tint
Press the cursor
button to adjust the video tint/hue. (Range: 0 – 100)
50
Gamma
button to adjust the gamma correction of the display.
Press the cursor
(Range: 1.0 - 1.6 - 2.2 - 2.5 - 3.1)
Color Temp
Press the cursor
button to adjust the color temperature.
Range:
High brightness mode 6400K, CT x = 0.3; CT y = 0.33
Preset mode
From 5000K to 12000K (increments of 100K)
Custom mode
Will update when hardware is available.
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Color Space
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Press the cursor
button to adjust the color space.
(Range: RGB – YCbCr – YpbPr – SMPTE240M – Blue only)
RGB:
Computer,
5BNC,
DVI
YCbCr:
DVI
Video format
Press the cursor
button to adjust the video format.
(Range: Auto – NTSC 50Hz 3.58MHz – NTSC 60Hz 3.58MHz – NTSC
60Hz 4.43MHz – PAL 50Hz 4.43MHz – PAL 60Hz 3.58MHz – PAL 50Hz
3.58MHz – PAL 60Hz 4.43MHz – SECAM50Hz 4.43MHz)
Color balance
Red/Green/
Blue
Press the cursor
(Range: 0 – 100)
Fleshtone
Skin colors can become corrupted during the broadcast process. Use this setting to correct skin color as desired.
Press the cursor
Film mode
50
button to adjust the Fleshtone. (Range: 0 – 100)
On
button to enable or disable Film mode.
On
button to enable or disable 3D Comb Filter.
White Peaking increases the output in the brightest whites without changing
the blacks and dark grays. It crushes the whites slightly, but it does not appear to clip them or seriously obscure white detail. If you prefer a stronger
image, adjust toward the maximum setting. For a smoother, more natural image, adjust toward the minimum setting.
Press the cursor
Reset
50
This technique provides near perfect Y/C separation for still images.
Press the cursor
White
peaking
button to adjust the red/green/blue color balance.
Film is a digital video recording with the original recording encoded at 24
fps (frame per second, i.e., full-motion video). The projector can convert
film source to progressive video at 60 fps with NTSC and PAL60Hz or at 50
fps with PAL50Hz and SECAM. The result is high-definition play back.
Press the cursor
3D Comb
Filter
Auto
10
button to adjust the White Peaking. (Range: 0 – 10)
Resets all Picture settings to default values
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Picture Menu Functions Available for Connected Source
Function
Brightness
Computer
RGBHV
x
x
Digital
x
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x
Composite
x
S-Video
x
HDMI
x
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RGBHV
Digital
Contrast
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Sharpness
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Saturation
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Tint
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Gamma
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Color Temp
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
CT x value
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
CT y value
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Color space
x
x
x
Component
Composite
S-Video
HDMI
x
Video format
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Color Balance
Red/Green/Blue
x
x
x
Flesh tone correction
Film mode
x
x
x
3D Comb Filter
x
White Peaking
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x = available to video source
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Advance Menu
Press the Menu button to open the OSD menu. Press the cursor
button to move to the Advance
button to move up and down in the Advance menu. Press
menu. Press the cursor
to change
values for settings.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Frequency
Press the cursor
(Range: 0° - 180°)
button to adjust the A/D sampling number.
Auto
detected
Phase
Press the cursor
(Range: 0° - 180°)
button to adjust the A/D sampling phase.
Auto
detected
H size
Press the cursor
(Range: 0 – 100)
button to adjust the size of the display horizontally.
50
V size
Press the cursor
(Range: 0 – 100)
button to adjust the size of the display vertically.
50
Overscan
Use overscan to trim an unwanted blank border from the onscreen image.
Press the cursor
button to adjust video overscan.
(Range: 0% – 10%)
3%:
composite,
S-video,
component
0%:
5BNC, DVI,
HDMI,
Horizontal
Position
Press the cursor
button to move the image left or right. (Range: 0 – 100)
Center
Vertical
Position
Press the cursor
button to move the image up or down. (Range: 0 – 100)
50
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Aspect Ratio
Press the cursor
button to adjust the video aspect ratio.
1:1 – Native size, no scaling
4:3 – Standard TV format
16:9 – High Definition TV (HDTV) format
2.35:1 – Anamorphic format (Anamorphic format maximizes the resolution
on wide screen TVs as well as standard TVs that support the anamorphic
mode.)
4:3
Blank color
Press the cursor
button to select a background color for the blank screen
instead of the default logo.
Logo
Auto sync
Press Enter to auto tune the timing phase, frequency, and horizontal/vertical
position.
—
Auto search
Press the cursor
button to enable or disable auto search for connected
devices. When disabled, you have to manually select the source.
On
Freeze
frame
Freeze frame allows you to pause onscreen video.
On
button to enable or disable Freeze frame.
Press the cursor
Video AGC
button to enable or disable Video AGC. When enabled,
Press the cursor
the automatic gain control for the video source is auto adjusted to match the
video standard.
On
Black level
button to enable or disable the 7.5 setup for NTSC.
Press the cursor
(Range: On = 7.5 IRE; Off = 0 IRE)
On
NTSC uses 7.5 IRE except for Japan which uses 0 IRE. Set Black level to
Off for use in Japan only.
Digital
zoom
Press the cursor
button to adjust the digital zoom. (Range: 0 – 23)
Note: Digital zoom is not available when you are using PIP.
0
Reset
Resets all items in the Advance menu to default values
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Advance Menu Functions Available for Connected Source
Function
Computer
RGBHV
Phase
x
x
x
Frequency
x
x
x
H position
x
x
V position
x
x
Aspect Ratio
x
x
H size
x
x
V size
x
x
Digital
Component
Composite
S-Video
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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Overscan
x
x
x
x
x
x
Auto sync
x
x
x
Auto search
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Freeze frame
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Blank color
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Video AGC
x
x
Black level
x
x
Digital zoom
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x = available to video source
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Setup Menu
Press the Menu button to open the Main menu. Press the cursor
button to move to the Setup
button to move up and down in the Setup menu. Press
menu. Press the cursor
to change
values for settings.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Language
Press the cursor
button to choose from the following languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Chinese Simplified,
Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian.
English
Projection
Press the cursor
Desktop
front
button to choose from four projection methods:
Desktop mount, front of screen
Desktop mount, rear of screen
Ceiling mount, front of screen
Ceiling mount, rear of screen
Lens shift
Press Enter to activate lens shift. The following screen appears.
Press the up/down/left/right cursor buttons to shift the lens vertically and
horizontally.
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Motorized
focus
Press the cursor
button to adjust the motorized focus.
—
Motorized
zoom
Press the cursor
button to adjust the motorized zoom.
—
H keystone
Press the cursor
button to correct horizontal distortion of the projected
image. (Range: -100 – +100)
0
V keystone
Press the cursor
button to correct vertical distortion of the projected
image. (Range: -100 – +100)
0
Lamp control—Press the cursor
button to display the hidden Lamp control submenu.
Mode
button to toggle between Dual lamp and Single lamp.
Press the cursor
Dual lamp uses both lamps in the projector. Single lamp uses the lamp
which has been used the least.
Dual lamp
Lamp 1
button to toggle between ECO mode and Normal
Press the cursor
mode. Eco mode uses less power and extends lamp life, but decreases lamp
brightness.
Normal
Lamp 2
Press the cursor
button to toggle between ECO mode and Normal
mode. Eco mode uses less power and extends lamp life, but decreases lamp
brightness.
Normal
OSD settings—Press the cursor
button to display the hidden OSD settings submenu.
Position
Press the cursor
button to position the OSD on screen.
(Range: Left – Right – Center – Down – Up)
Transparency
Press the cursor
(Range: 0 – 100)
Timeout(sec)
button to determine the timeout delay of the OSD.
Press the cursor
(Range: Always on – 100 seconds)
20
Message
button to show or hide the OSD information screen in
Press the cursor
the bottom-right corner of the screen.
On
Menu type
button to toggle between Expert mode and Normal
Press the cursor
mode. In Expert mode all settings are available in the OSD.
Logo settings—Press the cursor
button to set menu screen translucency.
Center
50
Expert
button to display the hidden Logo settings submenu.
Logo display
to enable or disable if the logo displays when the projector
Press
starts, and when no source is detected. (Range: On—Off)
Logo select
Press
to select a different image for the logo display. To use this function you must capture an image with the following “Logo capture”
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Default
(preset
image)
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DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Logo capture
Press Enter to capture the current display image as the logo. The following
screen appears:
—
Logo capture is only available for Computer, RGBHV, and DVI input.
Fan control
Press the cursor
fan speeds.
button to toggle between Normal and High altitude
Normal
Set Fan control to High in altitudes over 3,000 meters (10,000 feet).
Reset
Resets all items in the Setup menu to default values
Setup Menu Functions Available for Connected Source
Function
Computer
RGBHV
Digital
Component
Composite
S-Video
HDMI
Language
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Projection
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Lens shift
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Motorized focus
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Motorized zoom
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
H keystone
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
V keystone
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Lamp mode
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Lamp mode
(Lamp1)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Lamp mode
(Lamp2)
x
x
X
x
x
x
x
OSD position
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
OSD translucency
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
OSD timeout
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Menu type
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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Logo display
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Logo select
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Logo capture
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Fan control
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x = available to video source
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Audio Menu
Press the Menu button to open the Main menu. Press the cursor
button to move to the Audio
button to move up and down in the Audio menu. Press
to change
menu. Press the cursor
values for settings.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Volume
Press the cursor
button to adjust the audio volume level. (Range: 0 - 100)
50
Treble
Press the cursor
button to adjust the audio treble level. (Range: 0 - 100)
50
Bass
Press the cursor
button to adjust the audio bass level. (Range: 0 - 100)
50
Balance
Press the cursor
button to adjust the audio volume level. (Range: -50 - +50)
0
Mute
Press the cursor
button to enable or disable mute.
Reset
Resets all items in the Audio menu to default values
Off
—
Audio Menu Functions Available for Connected Source
Function
Computer
RGBHV
Digital
Component
Composite
S-Video
HDMI
Volume
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Treble
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Bass
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Balance
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Mute
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x = available to video source
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Window Menu
PIP (Picture In Picture) mode allows you to view a small video window in a full-screen video display.
For example, while displaying output from your PC you could have a small window displaying your
video source. You can also have the active windows display side-by-side, which is sometimes referred to as POP.
Press the Menu button to open the Main menu. Press the cursor
button to move to the Window
button to move up and down in the Window menu. Press
menu. Press the cursor
to change
values for settings.
ITEM
Display window
DESCRIPTION
Press the cursor
button to choose from three settings: Single (one
window); PIP (Picture In Picture); Side by side (POP, two equal-sized
windows beside each other)
DEFAULT
Single
Note: When Single is selected only the Main window source item is
available.
Main window
source
Press the cursor
window.
button to choose the input device for the main
Last
selected
PIP/POP source
Press the cursor
window.
button to choose the input device for the second
Last
selected
PIP H position
Press the cursor
button to adjust the PIP window horizontally.
(Range: 0 – 100)
Note: This item is not available for Side by side mode.
0
PIP V position
Press the cursor
button to adjust the PIP window vertically.
(Range: 0 – 100)
Note: This item is not available for Side by side mode.
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PIP size
Press the cursor
button to adjust the size of the PIP window.
(Range: 20 – 100, depending on the timing resolution of the main window)
Note: This item is not available for Side by side mode.
20
Source
Press Enter to swap the current sources for the active windows.
—
PIP alpha blend
PIP alpha blend allows you to adjust translucency between the main
window and the PIP window.
0
Press the cursor
(Range: 0 – 100)
Reset
button to adjust the PIP alpha blend.
Resets all items in the Window menu to default values
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ColorMgr Menu
Press the Menu button to open the Main menu. Press the cursor
button to move to the Colbutton to move up and down in the ColorMgr menu. Press
orMgr menu. Press the cursor
change values for settings.
to
Note:
This menu is not available when ColorTemp is set to High-brightness.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Color select
Press the cursor
button to select a color. Use the Lightness,
Chroma, and Hue settings to adjust each color as desired.
(Range: red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow)
Lightness
Press the cursor
(Range: 0 – 100)
button to adjust the lightness of the selected color.
50
Chroma
Press the cursor
(Range: 0 – 100)
button to adjust the saturation of the selected color.
100
Hue
Press the cursor
(Range: 0 – 360)
button to adjust the tint of the selected color.
180
Reset
Resets all items in the ColorMgr menu to default values
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Service Menu
Press the Menu button to open the Main menu. Press the cursor
button to move to the Service
button to move up and down in the Service menu. Press
menu. Press the cursor
to change
values for settings.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Video information
Displays the resolution and refresh rate for RGB/DVI mode.
Displays the color standard for video mode.
Serial number
Displays the serial number.
Software version
Displays information about the firmware version.
Lamp1 hours
Press the cursor button to see the number of hours Lamp 1 has been
in use for ECO and Normal mode.
Lamp2 hours
Press the cursor button to see the number of hours Lamp 2 has been
in use for ECO and Normal mode.
Auto power off
Press
to enable or disable automatic shut-down of lamp after the
specified time of inactivity. (Range: Off; 5 – 60 minutes)
Break time
Need information.
Press the cursor
button to adjust the Break time.
(Range: 0 – 180 minutes)
Serial control—Press the cursor
DEFAULT
These
items are
display
only.
5 minutes
0
button to display the hidden Serial control submenu.
Baud rate
Press the cursor
nector.
button to choose a baud rate for the RS232 con-
9600bps
Parity
Press the cursor
connector.
button to choose the parity setting for the RS232
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Password—Press the cursor
Password enable
button to display the hidden Password submenu.
Press the cursor
button to enable or disable a user password.
Disabled
When you enable the password, it is automatically set to the default
[000000]. Use the remote control to enter a new alphanumeric password. When enabled, settings in the Setup and Service menus cannot
be changed.
Set Password
To set a password, press the cursor
button to select a field; press
the cursor
button to change values. Select OK and press Enter to
confirm.
—
Change Password
To change the password, press the cursor
button to select a field;
press the cursor
button to change values. Select OK and press Enter to confirm.
—
Lamp hours reset
After replacing the lamp, this item should be reset. Refer to “Retting the
Lamp” on page 40.
—
Reset
Resets all items in the Service menu to default values
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Network Menu
Press the Menu button to open the Main menu. Press the cursor
button to move to the Network
button to move up and down in the Network menu. Press
menu. Press the cursor
to change
values for settings.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
IP address state
Press the cursor
button to toggle between DHCP and Static. Choose
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) if your router automatically assigns temporary IP addresses.
If you choose Static you must manually assign an IP address, Subnet
mask, Default gateway, and DNS server.
DHCP
IP address
Press the cursor
change values.
button to select a field; press the cursor
button to
—
Subnet mask
Press the cursor
change values.
button to select a field; press the cursor
button to
—
Default
gateway
Press the cursor
change values.
button to select a field; press the cursor
button to
—
DNS server
Press the cursor
change values.
button to select a field; press the cursor
button to
—
Apply settings
Press Enter to apply the settings.
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MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY
Replacing the Projection Lamp
The projection lamp should be replaced when it burns out. It should only be replaced with a certified
replacement part, which you can order from your local dealer.
Important:
1. The lamp contains a certain amount of mercury and should be disposed of according to local ordinance regulations.
2. Avoid touching the glass surface of the new lamp: Doing so may shorten its operation life.
Warning:
Be sure to turn off and unplug the projector at least an hour before replacing the lamp. Failure to do
so could result in a severe burn.
1.
2.
A
Loosen the captive screws on the
lamp compartment cover (A).
Remove the lamp compartment
cover (B).
B
A
3.
Loosen the two captive screws from
the lamp module (A) you are replacing.
A
A
B
4.
B
Lift the module handle up (B).
A
A
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5.
Pull firmly on the module handle to
remove the lamp module.
When installing the new lamp:
1.
2.
A
Reverse the above steps to install
the new lamp module.
To replace the cover:
Align the cover at (A), then push
down and slide the cover into
place (B).
B
Tighten the captive screw (C).
A
C
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Resetting the Lamp
After replacing the lamp, you should reset the lamp hour counter to zero. Refer to the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Menu button to
open the menu.
Press the cursor
button
to move to the Service
menu.
button
Press the cursor
to move down to Lamp
hours reset.
Press the cursor
button.
or Enter
A message screen appears.
5.
6.
7.
Press the cursor buttons in
this order: ; ; ; .
button
Press the cursor
to select Lamp 1 or Lamp 2
and press Enter.
button
Press the cursor
to select Exit and press Enter.
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Cleaning the Projector
Cleaning the projector to remove dust and grime will help ensure trouble-free operation.
Warning:
1. Be sure to turn off and unplug the projector at least an hour before cleaning. Failure to do so
could result in a severe burn.
2. Use only a dampened cloth when cleaning. Do not allow water to enter the ventilation openings
on the projector.
3. If a little water gets into the projector interior while cleaning, leave unplugged in a well-ventilated
room for several hours before using.
4. If a lot of water gets into the projector interior when cleaning, have the projector serviced.
Cleaning the Lens
You can purchase optic lens cleaner from most camera stores. Refer to the following to clean the projector lens.
1. Apply a little optic lens cleaner to a clean soft cloth. (Do not apply the cleaner directly to the lens.)
2. Lightly wipe the lens in a circular motion.
Caution:
1. Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents.
2. To prevent discoloration or fading, avoid getting cleaner on the projector case.
Cleaning the Case
Refer to the following to clean the projector case.
1. Wipe off dust with a clean dampened cloth.
2. Moisten the cloth with warm water and mild detergent (such as used to wash dishes), and then wipe
the case.
3. Rinse all detergent from the cloth and wipe the projector again.
Caution:
To prevent discoloration or fading of the case, do not use abrasive alcohol-based cleaners.
Using the Kensington® Lock
If you are concerned about security, attach the projector to a permanent object with the Kensington
slot and a security cable.
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Note:
Contact your vendor for details on purchasing a suitable Kensington security cable.
The security lock corresponds to Kensington’s MicroSaver Security System. If you have any comment, contact: Kensington, 2853 Campus Drive, San Mateo, CA94403, U.S.A. Tel: 800-535-4242,
http://www.Kensington.com.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Common problems and solutions
These guidelines provide tips to deal with problems you may encounter while using the projector. If
the problem remains unsolved, contact your dealer for assistance.
Often after time spent troubleshooting, the problem is traced to something as simple as a loose connection. Check the following before proceeding to the problem-specific solutions.
•
Use some other electrical device to confirm that the electrical outlet is working.
•
Ensure the projector is turned on.
•
Ensure all connections are securely attached.
•
Ensure the attached device is turned on.
•
Ensure a connected PC is not in suspend mode.
•
Ensure a connected notebook computer is configured for an external display. (This is usually done by pressing an Fn-key combination on the notebook.)
Tips for Troubleshooting
In each problem-specific section, try the steps in the order suggested. This may help you to solve the
problem more quickly.
Try to pin point the problem and thus avoid replacing non-defective parts.
For example, if you replace batteries and the problem remains, put the original batteries back and go
to the next step.
Keep a record of the steps you take when troubleshooting: The information may be useful when calling for technical support or for passing on to service personnel.
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LED Error Messages
LED
STATUS/
NUMBER OF FLASHES
Power
Temperature
Valid only
when fan
error
DESCRIPTION
2
I 2C bus error
3
System over temperature
4
System I 2C interface error
5
Lamp error
6
Fan error
8
DLP Driver error
1
Power & Ballast fan
2
Blower fan (Lamp 2, Right)
3
Blower fan (Lamp 1, Left)
4
Outlet fan (Lamp 2, Right)
5
Blower fan (Rod)
6
Outlet fan (Lamp 1, Left)
7
PC board fan
8
Blower fan (DMD)
9
Blower fan (DMD
Image Problems
Problem: No image appears on the screen
1. Verify the settings on your notebook or desktop PC.
2. Turn off all equipment and power up again in the correct order.
Problem: The image is blurred
1. Adjust the Focus on the projector.
2. Press the Auto button on the remote control or projector.
3. Ensure the projector-to-screen distance is within the 10-meter (33-feet) specified range.
4. Check that the projector lens is clean.
Problem: The image is wider at the top or bottom (trapezoid effect)
1. Position the projector so it is as perpendicular to the screen as possible.
2. Use the Keystone button on the remote control or projector to correct the problem.
Problem: The image is reversed or upside down
Check the Projection setting on the Utility menu of the OSD.
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Problem: The image is streaked
1. Set the Frequency and Tracking settings on the Utility menu of the OSD to the default
settings.
2. To ensure the problem is not caused by a connected PC’s video card, connect to another
computer.
Problem: The image is flat with no contrast
Adjust the Contrast setting on the Main menu of the OSD.
Problem: The color of the projected image does not match the source image.
Adjust the Color Temperature and Gamma settings on the Main menu of the OSD.
Lamp Problems
Problem: There is no light from the projector
1. Check that the power cable is securely connected.
2. Ensure the power source is good by testing with another electrical device.
3. Restart the projector in the correct order and check that the Power LED is green.
4. If you have replaced the lamp recently, try resetting the lamp connections.
5. Replace the lamp module.
6. Put the old lamp back in the projector and have the projector serviced.
Problem: The lamp goes off
1. Power surges can cause the lamp to turn off. Press the power button twice to turn off the
projector. When the Ready LED is on, press the power button.
2. Replace the lamp module.
3. Put the old lamp back in the projector and have the projector serviced.
Remote Control Problems
Problem: The projector does not respond to the remote control
1. Direct the remote control towards remote sensor on the projector.
2. Ensure the path between remote and sensor is not obstructed.
3. Turn off any fluorescent lights in the room.
4. Check the battery polarity.
5. Replace the batteries.
6. Turn off other Infrared-enabled devices in the vicinity.
7. Have the remote control serviced.
Audio Problems
Problem: There is no sound
1. Adjust the volume on the remote control.
2. Adjust the volume of the audio source.
3. Check the audio cable connection.
4. Test the source audio output with other speakers.
5. Have the projector serviced.
Problem: The sound is distorted
1. Check the audio cable connection.
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2. Test the source audio output with other speakers.
3. Have the projector serviced.
Having the Projector Serviced
If you are unable to solve the problem, you should have the projector serviced. Pack the projector in
the original carton. Include a description of the problem and a checklist of the steps you took when
trying to fix the problem: The information may be useful to service personnel. For servicing, return the
projector to the place you purchased it.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
DP-3630 Dual Lamp System (250W)
Display type
TI DMD 0.7-inch x 1, 12 degrees, DDR DLP with DDP 2000 ASIC
controller
Resolution
XGA 1024 x 768 native
Color
16.7 Million (24-bits/pixel)
Bandwidth
Up to 205 MHz
Weight
16.32 kg (36 lbs.)
Projection distance
1 to 10 meters (3.2 to 32.8 feet)
Projection screen size
0.76 to 7.6 meters (30 inches to 300 inches)
Brightness uniformity
Typical 85%; minimum 75%
Projection lens
Motor zoom and focus
Zoom ratio
1.22:1
Vertical/horizontal keystone
correction
+/- 40
Projection methods
Desktop front/rear; ceiling front/rear
Data compatibility
IBM PC or compatibles (VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA), Mac
SDTV/EDTV/HDTV
480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p (5BNC only)
Video compatibility
NTSC/NTSC 4.43, PAL (B/G/H/I/M/N 60), SECAM
H-Sync
15, 31 - 94 kHz
V-Sync
50 - 85 Hz
Safety certification
FCC Class A, UL, C-UL, CE, CB, TUV, CCC
Operation temperature
5° ~ 35°
Dimensions
See “Projector Dimensions” on page 53
Power consumption
Typical 650W (normal mode); Typical 520W (Eco mode)
Stand By
< 3 watts
Lamp
Normal mode: 250W; Eco mode: 200W
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Audio speaker
Two 3W stereo speakers
Input Connectors
Input Data 1
DVI-D (with HDCP)
Input Data 2
BNC x5
Input Data 3
DB-15
Video
(RCA x1)
S-Video
x1
Component Video
Through BNC-to-RCA adapter x3
HDMI Digital Video
x1
Input Audio 1 (RCA R/L)
RCA Jack (R/L) x 3 for Video, S-Video, Component
Input Audio 2 (Mini jack)
Mini Jack x 3 for Data DB-15, DVI, BNC
Output Connectors
Data output
DB-15 (Loop through)
Audio output
Mini jack for analog
Control Connectors
USB
Type B x1
RS-232
DB-9 x1
Network Control (RJ45)
RJ45 for assets management w/ embedded web server
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Projection Distance V.S. Projection Size (For standard lens)
C
D
A
B
L Projection Distance
Max. Screen Size (Wide)
1.8
Max. Screen Size (Tele)
2.1
Projection
Distance L
Diagonal
Width
A
Height
C
Diagonal
Width
B
Height
D
2.20 m
1.53 m
1.22 m
0.92 m
--
--
--
7.22 ’
60.11 ''
48.09 ''
36.07 ''
--
--
--
2.70 m
1.87 m
1.50 m
1.12 m
1.53 m
1.23 m
0.92 m
8.86 '
73.77 ''
59.02 ''
44.26 ''
60.39 ''
48.32 ''
36.24 ''
3.20 m
2.22 m
1.78 m
1.33 m
1.82 m
1.45 m
1.09 m
10.50 '
87.43 ''
69.95 ''
52.46 ''
71.58 ''
57.26 ''
42.95 ''
3.70 m
2.57 m
2.05 m
1.54 m
2.10 m
1.68 m
1.26 m
12.14 '
101.09 ''
80.87 ''
60.66 ''
82.76 ''
66.21 ''
49.66 ''
4.20 m
2.91 m
2.33 m
1.75 m
2.39m
1.91 m
1.43 m
13.78 '
114.75 ''
91.80 ''
68.85 ''
93.95 ''
75.16 ''
56.37 ''
4.70 m
3.26 m
2.61 m
1.96 m
2.67 m
2.14 m
1.60 m
15.42 '
128.42 ''
102.73 ''
77.05 ''
105.13 ''
84.10 ''
63.08 ''
5.20 m
3.61 m
2.89 m
2.17 m
2.95 m
2.36 m
1.77 m
17.06 '
142.08 ''
113.66 ''
85.25 ''
116.31 ''
93.05 ''
69.79 ''
6.20 m
4.30 m
3.44 m
2.58 m
3.52 m
2.82 m
2.11 m
20.34 '
169.40 ''
135.52 ''
101.64 ''
138.68 ''
110.95 ''
83.21 ''
7.20 m
5.00 m
4.00 m
3.00 m
4.09m
3.27 m
2.45 m
23.62 '
196.72 ''
157.38 ''
118.03 ''
161.05 ''
128.84 ''
96.63 ''
8.20 m
5.69 m
4.55 m
3.41 m
4.66 m
3.73 m
2.80 m
26.90 '
224.04 ''
179.23 ''
134.43 ''
183.42 ''
146.74 ''
110.05 ''
9.20 m
6.38 m
5.11 m
3.83 m
5.23 m
4.18 m
3.14 m
30.18 '
251.37 ''
201.09 ''
150.82 ''
205.79 ''
164.63 ''
123.47 ''
10.20 m
--
--
--
5.80 m
4.64 m
3.48 m
33.46 '
--
--
--
228.16 ''
182.52 ''
136.89 ''
11.30 m
--
--
--
6.42 m
5.14 m
3.85 m
37.07 '
--
--
--
252.76 ''
202.21 ''
151.66 ''
Shaded rows are equivalent measurement in feet and inches
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Timing Mode Table
The projector can display several resolutions. The following table outlines the resolutions that can be
displayed by the projector.
VESA
Video format
Frame rate
DSUB15
RGBHV
DVI
HDMI
VGA 640x350
85
○
○
○
○
VGA 640x400
85
○
○
○
○
VGA 720x400
85
○
○
○
○
VGA 640x480
60
○
○
○
○
VGA 640x480
72
○
○
○
○
VGA 640x480
75
○
○
○
○
VGA 640x480
85
○
○
○
○
SVGA 800x600
56
○
○
○
○
SVGA 800x600
60
○
○
○
○
SVGA 800x600
72
○
○
○
○
SVGA 800x600
75
○
○
○
○
SVGA 800x600
85
○
○
○
○
XGA 1024x768
60
○
○
○
○
XGA 1024x768
70
○
○
○
○
XGA 1024x768
75
○
○
○
○
XGA 1024x768
85
○
○
○
○
XGA 1024x768
43
○
○
○
○
1152x864
75
○
○
○
○
SXGA1280x1024
60
○
○
○
○
SXGA1280x1024
75
○
○
○
○
SXGA1280x1024
85
○
○
○
○
UXGA1600x1200
60
○
○
○
○
UXGA1600x1200
65
○
○
UXGA1600x1200
70
○
○
UXGA1600x1200
75
○
○
UXGA1600x1200
85
1792x1344
60
○
○
1792x1344
75
1856x1392
60
1856x1392
75
1920x1440
60
1920x1440
75
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Component
Video
S-video
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Data
HDMI
Video format
Frame rate
DSUB15
RGBHV
DVI
HDMI
Apple 640x480
66
○
○
○
○
Apple 640x870
75
○
○
○
○
Apple 640x480
67
○
○
○
○
Apple 832x624
75
○
○
○
○
Apple 1024x768
60
○
○
○
○
Apple 1024x768
75
○
○
○
○
Apple 1152x870
75
○
○
○
○
1080p
60
○
○
1080i
60
○
○
○
○
1080p
50
○
○
1080i
50
○
○
○
○
1080p
30
○
○
○
○
1080p
25
○
○
○
○
1080p
24
○
○
○
○
1035i
60
720p
60
○
○
○
○
720p
50
○
○
○
○
720p
30
○
○
○
○
720p
25
○
○
○
○
720p
24
○
○
○
○
480p
60
○
○
○
○
480i
60
○
○
576p
50
○
○
576i
50
○
○
480i
60
○
480p
60
○
480i
60
○
480P
60
○
576i
50
○
576p
50
○
720p
60
○
720p
50
○
1080i
60
○
1080i
50
○
1080p
30
1080p
25
1080p
24
○
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Component
Video
S-video
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HDMI
Video format
Frame rate
Component/YUV
DSUB15
RGBHV
720x240P
60
1440x240P
60
1440x480P
60
2880x480i
60
720x288P
50
1440x288P
50
1440x576P
50
2880x576i
50
1080p
DVI
HDMI
Component
Composite
Video
S-video
60
○
○
1080i
60
○
○
1080p
50
○
○
1080i
50
○
○
○
1080p
30
○
○
○
1080p
25
○
○
○
1080p
24
○
○
○
1035i
60
720p
60
○
○
○
720p
50
○
○
○
720p
30
○
○
○
720p
25
○
○
○
720p
24
○
○
○
480p
60
○
○
○
480i
60
576p
50
576i
50
NTSC-M
60
○
○
NTSC-J
60
○
○
NTSC4.43
60
○
○
PAL
50
○
○
PAL-M
60
○
○
PAL-N
50
○
○
PAL-60
60
○
○
SECAM
50
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
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Projector Dimensions
25.9cm (10.2 inches)
6.9 cm (2.7 inches)
19.3 cm (7.6 inches)
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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
FCC Warning
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 operated 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. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which
case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the parties responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Canada
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Safety Certifications
UL, CUL, CB, TUV-GS, CCC
EN 55022 Warning
This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference, in which case
the user may be required to take adequate measures. The typical use is in a conference room, meeting room, or auditorium.