Samsung SDP-900DXA Specifications

SDP-900
Special features
Thank you for purchasing this product.
This product is a high resolution video presenter that can project all kinds of data on a PC monitor, a TV, or a
projector with simple manipulations.
12X zoom lens
(can be used for the materials with sizes from B4 to film)
Special features
By adopting 12X super optic angle zoom lens, it is possible to
shoot all materials from the size of a film to B4 size.
Adopted 850,000 pixel CCD
By adopting 1/2 inch PS type CCD, high resolution and excellent
color reappearance are realized.
Can control USB and RS-232
By using USB, it is possible to view or store the image in a PC and
control the functions of the set. Also it is possible to control the
set by using RS-232C port.
Output modes from VGA to XGA
It supports various output modes from XGA to VGA that it can be
connected to all kinds of projectors.
remote controller is a standard feature
remote controller is supplied as a standard feature for the product
so that it can be manipulated from a distance. Thus it is very
convenient during a conference.
TV output mode
By adopting TV output mode, monitoring and conference data can
be recorded through VTR.
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Features
Various image control
Features
Digital features on your Video Presenter provide useful and
various image controls including:
- Negative/Positive image conversion
- Brightness and R/B color control
- Image save/recall
- Image freeze
- Image divide
Input source selection
You can quickly switch between your computer presentation and
your document presentation with the INT/EXT button on the
control panel or on the remote controller.
Custom user settings
To avoid any interruption of presentation to reset the video
presenter, you can preset up to 4 customized settings in the
memory and simply recall it during the presentation.
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SDP-900
Contents
Product features and structure
Safety precautions..................................................................5
Uses of video presenter .........................................................6
Supplided accessories ...........................................................7
Names and functions of each part ........................................8
Front side............................................................................8
Main control panel ............................................................10
Terminals at the back .......................................................11
On the remote controller ...................................................12
Contents
Operation methods
Set preparation......................................................................14
Connecting to output device ...............................................15
TV, PC Monitor or Projector..............................................15
Desktop computer.............................................................16
Computer ..........................................................................17
Microphone .......................................................................17
Using the presenter ..............................................................18
To see the image received from external device ..............18
To project an object on the video presenter .....................20
Adjusting your image ...........................................................23
Before requesting service
Notes on operations .............................................................27
Storage...................................................................................28
Trouble shooting...................................................................30
Fuse and battery replacement .............................................31
Specifications........................................................................32
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Safety precautions
10. Never push objects of any kind through cabinet
slots. Never spill liquid of any kind into the
presenter.
11. Except as specifically explained in this User's
Manual, do not attempt to service this product
yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltages and other
hazards.
12. Unplug the presenter during lightning storms or
when it will not be used for extended periods.
13. Do not place the presenter and remote controller
on top of heat-producing equipment or in a
heated place, such as a car.
14. Unplug the presenter from the wall outlet and
refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
• When the power cord or plug is damaged or
frayed.
• If liquid has been spilled into the presenter, or it
has been exposed to rain or water.
• If it does not operate normally when you follow
the operating instructions, or if it exhibits a
distinct change in performance, indicating a
need for service.
• If it has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
Safety precautions
Follow these safety instructions when setting up
and using your Video Presenter:
1. Do not place the presenter on an unstable cart,
stand, or table
2. Do not use the presenter near water or sources of
heat.
3. Use the type of power source indicated on the
presenter. If you are not sure of the power
available, consult your dealer or power company.
4. Place the presenter near a wall outlet where the
plug can be easily unplugged.
5. Take the following precautions for the plug.
Failure to comply with these precautions could
result in sparks or fire:
Do not insert the plug into an outlet with dust
present. Insert the plug firmly into the outlet.
6. Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles. This can cause
fire or electric shock.
7. Do not place the presenter where the cord can be
walked on. It may result in fraying or damage to
the plug.
8. Unplug the presenter from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Do not
use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
9. Do not block the slots and openings in the
presenter case. They provide ventilation and
prevent the presenter from overheating. Do not put
the presenter on a sofa, rug, or other soft surface
or in a built-in installation, unless proper ventilation
is provided.
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A 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.
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SDP-900
Uses of video presenter
Conference
Uses of video presenter
Detailed information in a report, form, table, etc. as well
as a three dimensional object, such as a model, can be
projected on a screen clearly that all the participants
can focus on the same topic during a conference. Thus
it is very helpful for an effective progress of a
conference.
Education
It can be used as an audiovisual tool for printed
materials, such as text books, as well as audiovisual
materials, educational materials, and especially for
students' art works.
Medicine and science areas
Advertisement and design areas
It is possible to present various visual data including
slides and X-ray film etc. at a medical conference or a
doctors' association in the order of file.
It is useful in design area where visualization is
necessary. It is possible to project catalogs and
slides, thus the effect of a job can be checked easily.
Demonstration or exhibition
By connecting to a large projector, it can produce
dynamic images at a new product demonstration, an
exhibition, or an event.
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Supplided accessories
When you unpack your Digital Presenter, make sure that you have all these components.
Audio & C-Composite cable
S-video cable
remote controller
Power cable
Dust cover
Adaptor lens and Lens cap
PC Monitor cable
USB Cable
SDP-900 program
RS-232C Reference
etc.
Supplied accessories
User's Manual
Diskette
Program
Manual
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Name and function of each part
Front side
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Can rotate to the front and back.
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Main support
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Main lock button
Name and function of each part
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Press to move the main support.
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Lamp unit
(Upper lamp)
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Document plate
(built-in light box)
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Main control panel
(see next page)
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IR Sensor
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Name and function of each part
Main control panel
The buttons on the main control panel can be found in the remote controller. These buttons perform the same
functions.
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Name and function of each part
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POWER
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FREEZE
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ZOOM
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Use this to freeze the image.
AWC
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Use this to turn the power on or off.
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MODE
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INT / EXT
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LAMP
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IRIS
Use this to control the color automatically.
Use this to control the size of an object
projected on the screen.
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Use this to select the desired resolution for the
video output device(PC monitor, projector)
connected to this product.
Use this to select internal or external image
INT: to view the image on this product.
EXT: to view the VGA output from another device
such as a PC monitor or a projector by
connecting it to this product.
Use this to turn the upper lamp or light box
on or off.
FOCUS
Use this to adjust the focus.
APERTURE
Use this to control the sharpness of the output
image.
Use this to control the brightness of the
image by using the iris.
Name and function of each part
Terminals at the back
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POWER INPUT TERMINAL
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VGA VIDEO INPUT 1,2
3
Use this to connect the power cable. (100 - 240V,
free voltage)
Connect this to the VGA output terminal of
another VGA output device.
When external input is selected, the image is
shown through the VGA out terminal.
VGA VIDEO OUTPUT 1,2
Connect this to the RGB input terminal of a PC
monitor or a projector.
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Name and function of each part
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AUDIO OUTPUT (LEFT/RIGHT)
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AUDIO INPUT
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RS-232C: COMPUTER CONNECTION
TERMINAL
Connect this to the audio output terminal of a TV
or a VCR or speakers.
The sound from an external AV device or
microphone is heard through this.
Connect this to the audio output terminal of a PC.
Connect this to listen to the sound from another
AV device.
Use this to connect RS-232C cable.
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USB: COMPUTER CONNECTION
TERMINAL
Use this to connect USB cable when transmitting
image by USB port.
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TV OUTPUT
Connect this to the TV input terminal.
Connect this to view the image projected on the
TV screen.
Even when the external input is selected, only the
image on the main unit is displayed on
TV output terminal.
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S-VIDEO OUTPUT
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MICROPHONE
This is the video output terminal connecting to a
TV that has S-video input terminal.
Use this to connect the microphone to the main
unit.
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Name and function of each part
On the remote controller
Name and function of each part
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Allows to choose the signal input to be displayed.
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Stops current function and return to the normal
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RED/BLUE/AWC
Adjusts the image color.
R +/-: Adjusts the red color.
B +/-: Adjusts the blue color.
AWC: Adjusts color automatically.
NTSC/PAL
Switches Video output mode to NTSC or PAL.
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FOCUS
Allows to focus an object.
F: Used to focus an object which is in the far
distance.
N: Used to focus an object being close.
EXIT
PRESET
• Saves the customized user setting values.
• Activates the preset user settings.
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SAVE/RECALL
• Saves the projected image into the memory of
this unit.
• Recalls the image from the memory.
DIVIDE
MODE
Divides the screen to see both of the current
image and the image recalled from the memory
simultaneously on one screen or to see all the
images in the memory on one screen.
Allows to choose the resolution of the VGA output
device connected to the Digital Presenter.
SHIFT
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APERTURE
Shifts the recalled image shown in the divided
screen from the left to right to see the hidden
portion of the image.
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FREEZE
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VOLUME
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WIDE/TELE
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Controls the sharpness of the output image.
Names and functions of each part
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LAMP
Turns the upper lamps and/or lightbox on or off.
IRIS+ / IRIS• Opens iris to increase the brightness.
• Closes iris to decrease the brightness.
NEGA/POSI
Switches for negative or positive film.
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Turns power on or off.
Keeps the current image on the screen.
Adjusts the audio volume.
• Enlarges the image size.
• Reduces the image size.
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Set preparation
1
Press the main lock button and
raise the main support
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Raise the lamp unit until it is
convenient for use, and set it to
the center of the document plate.
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Plug the power cord in.
Connecting to output device
TV, PC Monitor or Projector
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Connect a TV, PC monitor or Projector to this
presenter to display the projected image using the AV
cables, S-video cable or PC monitor cable.
If you use an optional microphone or if your
presentation includes sound effects which is received
from AUDIO IN jack, you need to connect the audio
cable to AUDIO OUT jack.
Connecting to output device
Connection
Connect to the
VGA input terminal
Digital Presenter
PC monitor, projector, etc.
Note
Set the resolution mode of the main unit to the maximun resolution of the external device connected.
Connect the yellow plug to the VIDEO OUT and white plug to AUDIO OUT jack.
Connect the yellow plug to the
video input and white plug to
the audio input port.
You may use 1or 2 jack.
The signal from these jacks are equivalent.
Or
Digital Presenter
If you have a TV or monitor equipped with
S-video terminal, you can connect to S-video jack.
Note
If you connect to S-video terminal, you may obtain more clear image, but the signal from the external
AV source(if connected) is not available on this terminal.
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Connecting to output device
Desktop computer
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Connecting to output device
For SDP-900, connect a desktop PC using USB cable
and install the supplied SDP-900 program. You can
see the projected image on the PC monitor and
control the image as a graphic file using the program.
RS-232C connection is available for advanced user. If
you connect a PC with RS-232C cable, you should set
up your PC and make your own program to control the
projected image on PC. Ask your dealer for further
details.
USB connection
Digital Presenter
Connect to the USB port on your PC,
then install the supplied SDP-900 program.
RS-232C connection
Digital Presenter
Connect to the RS-232C terminal on
your PC.
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RS-232C cable is not provided with the presenter.
You can obtain one from your computer dealer.
Connecting to output device
Computer
If you connect computer
through VGA IN port, you can
receive video signal from the
computer.
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Connection
Connect to the
VGA input terminal
Digital Presenter
Connect to VGA IN terminal using the VGA cable from the computer.
VGA IN terminal is available.
Connect to VGA port on the comnputer equipped with
XGA, SVGA or VGA graphic card.
Microphone
To enhance the presentation with the presenter's voice guidance, use a microphone.
Microphone is not supplied with this presenter.
Use a microphone equipped with ø6.3.
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Using the presenter
To See the image received from external device
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Set up your digital presenter properly.
(See page 14.)
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Connect the input device from which you want to receive the image and the output device on which you
want tho see the image.
(See pages 15 through 17.)
Turn the power of the input and output device, and the digital presenter on.
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When the digital presenter is powered on, the upper lamps turn on.
To turn it off, press LAMP button of the presenter.
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Choose the video source with the INT/EXT button of the presenter.
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EXT1 OUT, EXT2 OUT, INT OUT.
• EXT1 OUT, EXT2 OUT
View the image and sound from an external VGA output
device through a PC monitor or a projector connected to
the digital presenter.
• INT OUT
Choose this mode to see the image through the lens of
the digital presenter.
If NO EXT1 SYNC or NO EXT2 SYNC is displayed, check if the external input device
is connected properly.
Open the image on the computer. Now you see the image through a PC monitor or a projector.
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If necessary, you can adjust the audio
volume using the volume buttons on the
remote controller.
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Using the presenter
To project an object on the video presenter
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Set up your digital presenter properly.
(See page 14.)
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Connect to a TV, a PC monitor, a projector to display the image.
(See page 15.)
Turn the power of the output device and the digital presenter on.
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If there is no image on the TV, PC monitor or the projector check if the cable is properly
connected, and press the INT/EXT button of the presenter to select the input mode to
INT OUT.
Using the presenter
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Select a proper lighting source with the LAMP button of the presenter. Each time you press the button,
upper lamps on, lightbox on, then all lighting off.
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Upper lamp. Use the upper lamps to project paper
document and other material, and use lightbox lamp
to project transparencies.
Lightbox
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Remove or attach the adapter lens according to the objected.
Rotate the lens to
remove or attach it.
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• Attach the adaptor lens only in the camera mode
(possible focal lenght: 1m ~ ∞)
• Remove the adaptor lens to view a material or a
document or a film placed on the document
plate.(Possible focal length: 230mm ~ 320mm)
• Beyond the possible focal length mentioned above, it
might be out of focus. So pay attention to the
distance between the object to be viewed and the
main unit and whether the adaptor lens is attached.
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Using the presenter
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Focus on the object.
• Manual focus control: press [Focus F] or [Focus N] to adjust.
• If the user want tho adjust more accurately, press the WIDE button to the maximum close-up then bring
the image into focus and then adjust to the desired screen size by pressing the TELE button.
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• To use versatile image control features, see pages 23 through 26.
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To change the object projected during presentation, freeze the image on the screen using
FREEZE button of the presenter then change it.
To cancel the freezing, press FREEZE button again or EXIT button on the remote controller.
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Adjusting your image
Use the control buttons on the remote controller or on the control panel of the presenter to adjust the projected
image. Some of the main features are described below:
Adjusting image size
Press WIDE or TELE button on the remote controller to reduce or enlarge the image size displayed on the
screen.
You can also use ZOOM
or ZOOM
button of the presenter to achieve the same result.
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Adjusting brightness
Press IRIS
image.
button on the control panel or IRIS + button on the remote controller to lighten the overall
Press IRIS
overall image.
button on the control panel or IRIS - button on the remote controller panel to darken the
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Adjusting your image
Adjusting image color
For automatic color adjustment, press AWC button.
If you want to fine adjust, press BLUE +/- or RED +/- button on the remote controller button to increase or
decrease blue or red color factor manually.
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To obtain best result, put the camera lens facing the
white paper and press AWC button.
The color level chosen
will be displayed.
Positive and negative switching
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Press NEGA/POSI button.
Each time you press the button, POSI or
NEGA appears alternately on the screen.
Set to POSI to see normal object and set
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I/NE
FOC
GA
US
LAM
P
F
RED
1
+
N
E
2
4
MO
BLU
+
-
DE
3
5
7
-
AW
C
6
+
8
APE
RTU
R
E
Positive
Negative
Image sharpness control
Press APERTURE button to control the sharpness of the output image of this product.
- APERTURE ON: For a material mostly with words.
- APERTURE OFF: For a material with many pictures or colors.
FOC
US
LAM
P
F
RED
1
+
N
MO
BLU
E
2
4
+
-
3
DE
5
7
-
AW
C
6
+
8
APE
RTU
R
E
FRE
-
EZE
WID
IRIS
E
EX
IT
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NT
SC
IRIS
-
VOL
U
ME
+
TEL
E
Normal image
Rotated image
Adjusting your image
Saving image in memory
You can save the image up to 8 frames into your digital presenter's memory. After saving you wil be able to
recall it.
EXT
POS
FOC
+
NT
SAV
IRIS
RE
CA
IRIS
SAV
LL
DIV
VOL
U
-
TEL
ES
ME
If you want to exit from the recall mode, press
EXIT button.
The memory location numbers are printed on the right
side of these buttons. For example, if you want to
save the image into memory location 7, press SAVE
then press MODE button printed 7 at right side.
E
ET
E
AC
T
IDE
SH
Note
+
EZE
+
/PA
L
PR
E
6
E
E
SC
-
8
IT
If you want to recall the saved image from
memory, press RECALL button and press the
memory location number wihin 4 seconds. If you
press and hold down RECALL button, all images
saved in memory are displayed one by one.
3
AW
C
To save the image into the memory, press SAVE
button and specify the memory location within 4
seconds using the number keys from 1 through 8.
IVE
IFT
If you turn the power off, all the saved images will be lost.
Screen 2 divide and image shift
You can see both the image of an object currently projected and the image saved in memory simultaneously on
one screen.
EXT
POS
FOC
F
+
SC
IRIS
RE
CA
SAV
DIV
IDE
VOL
U
TEL
/PA
L
LL
To cancel this mode and return to normal mode,
press EXIT button.
+
-
EZE
+
PR
E
6
Press DIVIDE button and press the memory
location number within 4 seconds to recall the
image you want to see.
E
E
IRIS
-
AW
C
8
IT
NT
SAV
3
5
FRE
EX
E
+
-
MO
DE
WID
BLU
2
4
RTU
R
P
RED
1
7
GA
LAM
N
APE
I/NE
US
ES
ME
E
ET
You can see the
image of an object
currently projected
at right side.
E
AC
T
SH
IVE
IFT
The recalled image from memory appears
at left side. Press SHIFT button to shift the
image from right to left. Each time you
press the button, a third of the image will
be moved from right to left.
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Adjusting your image
EX
E
+
5
FRE
WID
BLU
2
4
MO
DE
RTU
R
P
RED
1
N
7
GA
LAM
F
APE
I/NE
US
SDP-900
Adjusting your image
3x3 Multi-Screen
You can see all the images saved in memory simultaneously on one screen and choose one to dislay it.
EXT
POS
FOC
+
Adjusting your image
EX
SAV
IT
NT
IRIS
RE
CA
-
EZE
VOL
+
-
TEL
/PA
L
PR
E
SAV
LL
DIV
6
+
8
IRIS
To cancel this mode and return to normal mode,
press EXIT button.
3
-
AW
C
E
E
SC
E
+
5
FRE
WID
BLU
2
4
MO
DE
RTU
R
P
RED
1
N
7
Press DIVIDE button for 2 seconds or more, then
all the images saved in memory are displayed on
the screen.
GA
LAM
F
APE
I/NE
US
ES
UM
E
E
ET
1
2
3
E
4
5
6
7
8
SAMSUNG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SAMSUNG
E
AC
IDE
SH
TIV
IFT
When you want to see one of them, press the
number button to recall it.
For example, if you want to see the image in
memory location 3, press BLUE + button and
the image is displayed on the screen.
3
Saving custom user settings
After you adjust feature value, you can save the value for next time use. You can save up to 4 different custom
user settings.
EXT
POS
FOC
RED
1
+
N
WID
EX
SAV
IT
NT
RE
CA
IRIS
SAV
LL
DIV
IDE
-
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EZE
VOL
TEL
ES
ET
E
AC
SH
Note
+
-
+
/PA
L
PR
E
6
8
IRIS
TIV
IFT
E
-
AW
C
E
E
SC
3
5
FRE
+
-
MO
DE
RTU
R
BLU
2
4
7
E
GA
LAM
F
APE
I/NE
US
UM
E
P
To save the current value, press SAVE button
and specify the memory location within 4 seconds
using the number keys from 1 through 4.
To recall your custom setting, press the ACTIVE
button and press the memory location number
within 4 seconds.
E
The memory location numbers are printed on the
right side of these buttons, For example, if you want
to save the feature into memory location 4, press
SAVE then press FOCUS N button printed 4 at right
side.
You can not save the setting on the FREEZE, RECALL, DIVIDE, FOCUS and ZOOM
(WIDE/TELE) buttons.
Safety precautions
Do not place heavy objects.
Do not drop.
Wipe with dry and soft cloth
Do not use in the humid or
wet area
Use of benzene or thinner
can damage the product.
Safety precautions
Please note that any slides, pictures,
documents that are protected under the copy
right law can't be reproduced without permission.
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SDP-900
SD
P-
Storage
1
Turn the power off and unplug the
power cord.
90
0
2
Attach the lens cap.
SD
P-
Sa
mS
un
g VI
DE
O
90
0
PR
ES
EN
TE
R
Storage
3
Turn the head upside down.
4
While you pull the main lock button
toward the front of the presenter,
fold the head completely.
Sa
SD
mS
ung
VID
P-9
EO
PR
SD
P-
Sa
mS
un
g VI
DE
O
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90
0
PR
ES
EN
TE
R
ES
00
EN
TE
R
5
Fold the lamps on both sides completely.
SD
Sa
mS
ung
P-9
VID
EO
00
PR
ES
EN
TE
R
Storage
SD
Sa
mS
ung
SD
Sa
mS
ung
P-9
VID
EO
00
PR
ES
EN
TE
R
Use the handle when you move it.
P-9
VID
EO
00
PR
ES
EN
TE
R
When you do not use it for a long time,
protect it with the cover supplied.
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SDP-900
Troubleshooting
?
- Check if the resolution of the output device corresponds to that of the video presenter.
(For example, when the maximum resolution of a projector is SVGA and if the video
presenter is set to XGA, then no image appears.)
- Check if the input selection of the output device is appropriate.
- Check if the iris control is adequate.
- Check if the VGA cable is connected to the VGA output terminal correctly.
- Check if there is any problem with the fuse.
- Check if the lens cap is removed.
!
Troubleshooting
?
!
No communication between the PC and USB.
- Make sure the operating system is Windows 98 or later. It doesn t work on Windows 95.
- For other detailed information, please refer to the program manual supplied with the product.
?
!
!
?
No image from a slide
film or a negative film.
- Check if the box is turned on.
- Adjust the lens to face the film
directly.
- Check if the NEGA/POSI button is
selected properly.
?
!
remote controller is
not working.
- Check the battery of the remote
controller.
Replace it with a new one.
The light is not turned on right away after the LAMP button is pressed.
- It is a normal phenomenon occurring because the protection circuit is in operation to protect
the lamp.
?
!
No image appears
The image is out of focus.
- Check if the adaptor lens is attached properly for the purpose. (Be sure to attach the adaptor
lens in the camera mode.)
- Check if the distance from the object is too short.
If there are problems, please
contact the store you
purchased the product or
our distributor nearest you.
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Fuse and battery replacement
Fuse replacement
Battery replacement
2
Take out the fuse and replace it.
• Fuse type:2A, 250V
1
Open the battery compartment lid
at the back of the remote controller.
2
Insert the batteries so that their
with a new one.
Fuse and battery replacement
1
Take out the fuse holder .
• Battery type:AAA type 1.5V
Fuse
Spare fuse
3
Put the fuse holder back.
3
Close the lid.
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SDP-900
Specifications
Note: Spscifications are subject to change without notice.
Specifications
Specifications
Lens
Shooting Area
Optical system
Zoom
Focus
Iris
Upper
Illumination system
Lower
Pick-up Device/
Effective pixel
Frame rate
Sync system
VGA output
Video output
Video
PC connection
General
White Balance
Positive / Negative
Freeze
Input terminals
Output terminals
NTSC / PAL
remote controller
Input selection
On-screen display
Image freeze
Image save
Image recall
Image divide
Image transfer to computer
Preset function
USB
RS-232C
Application software
Operating temperature/
Humidity
Power
Dimensions(mm)
Weight
Accessories
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Description
F=2.8~3.3 f=6.4~73.6, 12x power zoom
Max: 384 x 272mm, Min: 50x 40mm
Powered
Powered
Auto (with fine level adjustment)
Attach to the side arm of the main unit
Light box (built-in main unit)
1/2" 850,000 pixels PS CCD / 1034(H) x 779(V)
15 frame/sec
Internal sync.
1024 x 768(XGA) RGB color, 800 x 600(SVGA) RGB color,
640 x 480(VGA) RGB color
C-Video VBS 1.0Vp-p / 75Ω (unbalance)
S-Video Y: 1.0Vp-p / 75Ω (unbalance)
C: 0.286Vp-p / 75Ω (unbalance)
Manual / Auto (one touch type)
Selectable
built-in
Microphone: 1, VGA:2, Audio:1
VIDEO:1, Audio:1, VGA:2, USB:1, RS-232C:1, S-Video:1
Selectable
Supplied
3 channels (Internal: 1, External: 2)
Available
Available
Available (8 frames)
Available (8 frames)
Available (2/9 divide)
Available (USB: full, 1/4, 1/16 mode)
Up to 4 user settings
built-in
SET control
Windows application in Windows 98 or later.
+5˚C ~ +35˚C, 30% ~ 90%
AC 100V ~ 240V Free Voltage, 50/60Hz, 60W
In-use: 676(W) x 537(H) x 558(D)
Storage: 533(W) x 145(H) x 558(D)
11.5kg
remote controller, Cables, etc.
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