Casio XJ-UT310WN User`s guide

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DATA PROJECTOR
XJ-UT310WN
User’s Guide
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Contents
Projector Features and Main Functions ....................... 7
Getting Ready.................................................................. 9
Setting Up the Projector.........................................................................9
Setup Precautions ....................................................................................................... 9
Connecting Projector Cables ...............................................................10
Remote Controller ................................................................................11
To load remote controller batteries ........................................................................ 12
To replace remote controller batteries ................................................................... 12
Projecting an Image...................................................... 13
Selecting the Input Source ...................................................................13
To select the input source ...................................................................................... 14
Resolution .................................................................................................................. 14
3D Input Mode......................................................................................15
Entering the 3D Input Mode ................................................................................... 15
Returning to the Normal Input Mode from the 3D Input Mode .............................. 16
Horizontal Flipping in the 3D Input Mode .................................................................. 16
To swap the left and right images .......................................................................... 16
Projecting with File Viewer ...................................................................17
File Viewer Overview.................................................................................................. 17
Projecting Files Located in Projector Internal Memory.............................................. 17
To copy files from a computer to projector internal memory ................................. 18
Starting Projection of Files Located in Projector Internal Memory ......................... 20
To format projector internal memory ...................................................................... 21
Projecting Files from a Memory Device Connected by USB ..................................... 21
To connect a USB flash drive to the projector ....................................................... 22
To connect a memory card to the projector........................................................... 22
To connect a digital camera to the projector.......................................................... 22
To start projection of files that are on a memory device connected via USB......... 23
Projecting Files .......................................................................................................... 25
To project a presentation file .................................................................................. 25
To project a PDF file ............................................................................................... 26
To project an image file .......................................................................................... 27
To project a movie file ............................................................................................ 27
File Menu Operations................................................................................................. 29
To toggle the file menu between the list view and icon view ................................. 29
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To scroll the file menu ............................................................................................ 29
To open a folder ..................................................................................................... 29
To exit the current folder and move up to the next level ........................................ 29
To return to the main screen from the file menu .................................................... 29
Configuring File Viewer Settings ................................................................................ 30
To configure File Viewer settings............................................................................ 30
Autorun ...................................................................................................................... 32
To auto project images files or a movie file from a USB flash drive ....................... 32
To auto project images files or a movie file from projector internal memory.......... 33
File Viewer Troubleshooting....................................................................................... 34
File Viewer Error Messages ....................................................................................... 35
Using EZ-Converter FA to Convert PowerPoint Files to ECA or PtG Files................ 36
To convert a PowerPoint file to an ECA file or PtG file........................................... 37
To specify the screen resolution of the ECA file or PtG file.................................... 39
To specify the maximum animation display time.................................................... 39
To play back an ECA file or PtG file on your computer .......................................... 39
Projecting with the USB Display Function ...........................................41
USB Display Function Overview ................................................................................ 41
Projecting Computer Screen Contents Over a USB Connection .............................. 41
To project Windows computer screen contents over a USB connection
for the first time ...................................................................................................... 42
To project Mac OS computer screen contents over a USB connection
for the first time ...................................................................................................... 43
To project computer screen contents over a USB connection
after the first time.................................................................................................... 45
Projecting the Screen Image of a Graphing Calculator........................46
To project the screen image of a graphing calculator ............................................ 46
Operating the Projector................................................ 47
Output Image and Audio Operations ...................................................47
To use manual keystone correction (KEYSTONE) .................................................. 47
To zoom an image (D-ZOOM)................................................................................. 47
To adjust the volume level (VOLUME) .................................................................... 47
To mute the audio (VOLUME)................................................................................. 48
To momentarily blank the image and mute the audio (BLANK).............................. 48
To freeze an image (FREEZE) ................................................................................. 48
To auto adjust an image (AUTO)............................................................................. 48
To change the aspect ratio of the projected image (ASPECT) ............................... 49
To adjust image brightness (FUNC)........................................................................ 50
To change the color mode (FUNC)......................................................................... 50
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Eco Mode (ECO)...................................................................................51
To select the Eco Mode.......................................................................................... 51
Using the Presentation Timer (TIMER) .................................................52
To display the timer ................................................................................................ 52
To display the timer function menu ........................................................................ 52
To configure timer settings..................................................................................... 53
To start a countdown timer operation .................................................................... 53
To pause the timer countdown............................................................................... 54
To resume a paused timer countdown................................................................... 54
To reset the timer to its start time........................................................................... 54
Using the Setup Menu (MENU) ............................................................55
Basic Setup Menu Operations................................................................................... 55
Setup Menu Settings ................................................................................................. 56
Digital Screen Shift ...............................................................................61
To adjust the projection image size and position using Digital Screen Shift .......... 61
To return the projection image size and position to their initial defaults ................ 61
Password Protection ............................................................................62
Using the Password Feature...................................................................................... 62
To change the password ........................................................................................ 63
To change the power on password setting ............................................................ 64
To change the projector internal storage function password ................................. 64
Control Panel Lock ...............................................................................65
To lock the control panel ........................................................................................ 65
To unlock the control panel .................................................................................... 65
Cleaning the Projector.................................................. 66
Cleaning the Projector Exterior ............................................................66
Cleaning the Lens.................................................................................66
Cleaning Vents .....................................................................................66
Troubleshooting ............................................................ 67
Indicators..............................................................................................67
Error Indicators and Warning Messages ..............................................68
Projector Troubleshooting....................................................................70
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Appendix ........................................................................ 72
Connecting to a Component Video Output..........................................72
Connecting to a Composite Video Output or S-Video Output.............73
Using the MONITOR OUT Terminal .....................................................74
Updating Firmware and Transferring a User Logo ...............................75
To connect the projector’s LOGO port with a computer’s USB port ..................... 75
Hanging the Projector from a Ceiling ...................................................75
Projection Distance and Screen Size ...................................................76
Aspect Ratio Setting and Projection Image .........................................77
Supported Signals................................................................................78
Projector RS-232C Control ..................................................................81
To establish a serial connection between the projector and a computer............... 81
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Projector Features and Main Functions
z Mercury-free Hybrid Light Source
A CASIO-original laser and LED hybrid light source delivers high luminance 3,100 lumens. This
projector does not use a mercury lamp, making it environmentally friendly.
z A wide selection of input sources
Analog RGB, composite video, S-video, component video (Y·Cb·Cr, Y·Pb·Pr), and HDMI input
sources are supported.
z 3D image projection support
Projection of a 3D image signal (60Hz/120Hz field sequential protocol) via one of three input
sources (analog RGB, composite video, S-video) is supported.
• Separately available 3D glasses (YA-G30) are required in order to view a projected 3D image in
3D. Also, separately available special software (CASIO 3D Converter) is required to project a 3D
image with the projector when a computer (analog RGB) is the input source.
• 3D image projection is not supported via an HDMI connection or component video connection.
z WXGA Resolution
Supports WXGA (1280 × 800) wide-screen projection resolution. This resolution is ideal for
projecting wide-screen notebook computer and HD TV images.
z Intelligent Brightness Control function (Eco Mode)
The projector senses surrounding light levels and adjusts projection brightness automatically as
required for efficient low-power operation. (Requires “Eco Mode” setting to be set to “On (Auto)”.)
z Projection of image, movie, and other types of files (File Viewer)
The projector’s File Viewer can be used to open and project the following types of files located in
projector internal memory or on a USB flash drive connected to the projector: image files (JPG,
PNG, GIF, BMP), movie files (AVI, MOV, MP4), presentation files (ECA, PtG), PDF files.
z Projection of computer screen contents over a USB connection (USB Display)
Connecting the projector to a computer with a USB cable enables projection of the computer’s
screen contents. This supports projection of screen contents of even small computers that have
only a USB port, but no RGB, HDMI, or other type of video output terminal.
z Graphic Scientific Function Calculator Connection
Certain CASIO graphic scientific calculator models can be connected directly to the projector’s
USB-A port for projection of the calculator screen contents.
z Direct Power On
The projector can be configured to turn on automatically and start projecting as soon as it is
plugged into a power outlet.
z Presentation Timer
The presentation timer is a countdown timer that shows the amount of presentation timing
remaining on the projection screen.
z Firmware update and user logo image data transfer
Firmware (software in the projector flash ROM) updates and user logo images can be transferred to
the projector from a computer as required.
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z Projection of images from a computer or smart device over a wireless LAN connection*
The projector is configured as an access point, a computer or smart device can connect directly to
it over a wireless LAN connection. Or a computer or smart device can connect over a wireless LAN
connection via an existing wireless LAN access point. Both screen output and audio output are
supported while a computer is connected.
z Projector control using a computer or smart device over a wireless LAN connection*
The projector can be controlled from a computer or smart device connected to it over a wireless
LAN connection.
z Projection of screen contents of a computer connected via wired LAN*
A LAN cable can be used for a direct connection between the projector and a computer, or a LAN
connection can be established via an existing network router. Once a connection is established,
both screen output and audio output are supported.
z Remote control of the projector from a computer connected via wired LAN*
Projector control operations can be performed remotely using the web browser of a computer
connected via a wired LAN connection.
* For details about LAN connection, see the separate “Network Function Guide”.
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Getting Ready
This section explains how to select a location for the projector, how to connect its cables, and how to
perform other operations required before using it.
Setting Up the Projector
Locate the projector on a desk, table, or stand that is firm and level. Make sure that you allow
sufficient space around the sides and back of the projector for proper ventilation. The illustrations
below show how the projector should be oriented relative to the screen for optimum projection.
Screen
Setup Precautions
z Use a conveniently located power outlet that you can reach easily when you need to unplug the
projector.
z Maintain a distance of at least 6 cm (2.4 inches) between the front of the projector (from which light
is being emitted) and the projection surface (screen). Maintain a distance of at least 30 cm (11.8
inches) between surfaces and the other sides of the projector. There should be no other objects
within the above distances from the projector. Particular care is required to keep objects away from
projector air intake and exhaust openings.
z Airflow from air conditioning equipment can blow the heat being exhausted from the area around
the projector’s lens in a way that causes heat ripples to appear in the projected image. If this
happens, adjust the airflow of the air conditioning equipment or move the projector.
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Connecting Projector Cables
Connect the projector to a power outlet and to an input source device.
Use the RGB cable that comes with the projector to connect to the RGB output
terminal of a computer or other input source.
Connect to the composite output or S-video output of the video device.
For details, see “Connecting to a Composite Video Output or S-Video Output” (page 73).
Use the supplied power cord to plug
the projector into a power outlet.
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Use a commercially available HDMI cable to connect to the HDMI output
terminal of a computer, video equipment, or other input source.
*1 Terminal used when accessing projector internal memory from a computer and when projecting
computer screen contents from the projector over a USB connection. For more information, see
“To copy files from a computer to projector internal memory” (page 18) and “Projecting with the
USB Display Function” (page 41).
*2 Use this port to connect a USB flash drive (page 22), a CASIO graphic scientific calculator (page
46), or the wireless adapter that comes with the projector (see the separate “Network Function
Guide”).
Note
z For more information about component video connection, see “Connecting to a Component
Video Output” on page 72.
z For information about how to connect for RS-232C control of the projector, see “Projector
RS-232C Control” (page 81).
z For information about how to connect in order to update the projector firmware or to transfer
user logo data, see “Updating Firmware and Transferring a User Logo” (page 75).
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Remote Controller
Projector operations are performed using the remote controller that comes with it. Point the remote
controller signal emitter at one of the signal receivers on the projector as you perform remote
controller key operations. The maximum range of the remote controller signal is approximately
5 meters (16.4 feet) (between signal emitter and receiver).
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1 Remote control signal emitter
2 [P] (Power) key
Turns power on or off.
3 [INPUT] key
For changing the input source.
4 Keys for performing projection operations and for configuring
projector settings.
5 These keys are mainly used for File Viewer (page 25)
projection operations.
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Important!
z To avoid running down the battery, store the remote control unit so its keys are not pressed
inadvertently.
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To load remote controller batteries
Important!
z Be sure to use alkaline batteries only.
*Caution
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
1.
Open the battery cover on the back
of the remote controller.
2.
3.
Close the battery cover on the back of the remote controller.
Load two new batteries into the
case, making sure that their positive
(+) and negative (–) ends are facing
correctly.
To replace remote controller batteries
Open the battery cover on the back of the remote controller, replace the old batteries with new ones,
and then close the battery cover.
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Projecting an Image
This section provides information about how to project images from various different input sources.
Selecting the Input Source
Input source selection provides the options described in the table below.
Input Source Name
Output Projection Image (and Audio)
Computer 1
Screen image of a computer connected to the projector’s COMPUTER IN 1 terminal.
Computer 2
Screen image of a computer connected to the projector’s COMPUTER IN 2 terminal.
Video
Images and audio from a video device connected to the projector’s VIDEO terminal
and AUDIO IN R/L terminals.
S-Video
Images and audio from a video device connected to the projector’s S-VIDEO terminal
and AUDIO IN R/L terminals.
HDMI
Images and audio from a computer or video device connected to the projector’s
HDMI terminal.
File Viewer
Images (and audio in the case of a movie file) contained in the following types of files
located in projector internal memory or on a memory device connected to the
projector’s USB-A port: image files, movie files, presentation files, PDF files.
CASIO USB Tool
Screen contents of a CASIO graphic scientific calculator or electronic dictionary
connected to the projector’s USB-A port.
Network
Screen contents and audio of a computer connected to the projector via wireless LAN
or wired LAN
USB Display
Screen contents and audio of a computer connected to the projector’s USB-B port.
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To select the input source
1.
Press the [INPUT] key. This will display the “Input” dialog box.
2.
Depending on the input source, perform one of the operations described in the
table below.
To select this input source:
Perform this operation:
Computer 1, Computer 2, Video,
S-Video, HDMI, Network, USB Display
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the name of the input source you
want to select and then press the [ENTER] key.
File Viewer
1. Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “Viewer” and then press the
[ENTER] key.
2. On the dialog box that appears, confirm that “File Viewer” is
selected and then press the [ENTER] key.
CASIO USB Tool
1. Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “Viewer” and then press the
[ENTER] key.
2. Press the [T] key to select “CASIO USB Tool” and then press the
[ENTER] key.
z The name of the input source you selected will appear in the upper right corner of the
projection screen for a few seconds.
z The message “No signal input” will appear if no input signal can be detected.
Note
z For more information about the operation required to select Network, USB Display, File
Viewer, or CASIO USB Tool as the input source and perform projection, refer to the following.
Network: Separate Network Function Guide
USB Display: “Projecting with the USB Display Function” (page 41)
File Viewer: “Projecting with File Viewer” (page 17)
CASIO USB Tool: “Projecting the Screen Image of a Graphing Calculator” (page 46)
Resolution
The projector’s video resolution is fixed at WXGA (1280 × 800 pixels). Images may appear coarse, text
and other figures may be difficult to read or a moire pattern may appear when the input signal from a
computer does not match the projector’s video resolution. If this happens, try doing the following.
z Change the computer’s output resolution setting so it matches the projector’s video resolution.
For information about the video resolution of your projector, see “Specifications” in the Setup
Guide. See the user documentation that comes with your computer for details about changing its
settings.
z Change the “Aspect Ratio” setting to “True”. With the “True” setting, the projector projects the input
signal at its actual size (1 input source dot equal to one projector output pixel dot).
For information about configuring the Aspect Ratio setting, see “To change the aspect ratio of the
projected image (ASPECT)” (page 49).
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3D Input Mode
Your projector supports projection of 3D images. To project a 3D image, first enter the projector’s 3D
input mode, and then select the input source.
Important!
z Separately available 3D glasses (YA-G30) are required in order to view a projected 3D image in
3D.
z Separately available special software (CASIO 3D Converter) is required to project a 3D image
with the projector when a computer (analog RGB) is the input source.
z 3D image projection is not supported via an HDMI connection or component video
connection.
The input sources described below can be selected for projection in the 3D Input Mode.
Input Source
Projection Conditions
Computer (Analog RGB)
z Any of the following types of 3D image data played back using separately available
special software (CASIO 3D Converter).
– 2D image file converted to a 3D image file using CASIO 3D Converter
– Side-by-side 3D format files
z Signal with 60Hz/120Hz vertical scan frequency
Composite Video, S-video
z Field sequential 3D format files recorded with field sequential DVD software, etc.
z Signal with 60Hz vertical scan frequency
Note
See “3D Signals (3D Input Mode)” (page 80) for a list of 3D image signals supported by this
projector.
Entering the 3D Input Mode
1.
Press the [INPUT] key to display the input source selection screen.
2.
Select Computer 1 (RGB), Computer 2 (RGB), S-video, or Video as the input
source.
3.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to move the highlighting to “To 3D input mode” and
then press the [ENTER] key.
z This enters the 3D input mode and closes the input source selection screen.
Important!
z You cannot select HDMI, File Viewer, CASIO USB Tool, Network, or USB Display as the input
source in the 3D input mode. To use either of these input sources, change the input source
setting back to normal input mode.
z When Computer 1 (or Computer 2) is selected as the input source in the 3D input mode, a
component video signal input through the projector’s COMPUTER IN 1 (or COMPUTER IN 2)
terminal is treated as an RGB signal resulting in abnormal image projection.
z Except when using the projector for 3D image projection, you should normally leave it in the
normal input mode.
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Returning to the Normal Input Mode from the 3D Input Mode
1.
Press the [INPUT] key to display the input source selection screen.
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to move the highlighting to “To normal input mode”
and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This enters the normal input mode and closes the input source selection screen.
Horizontal Flipping in the 3D Input Mode
In side-by-side 3D, a full frame consists of two halves on the left and right for each eye. In rare cases,
the left and right images may be reversed, which causes a loss of 3D depth. If this happens, try using
the following procedure to swap the left and right images with each other.
To swap the left and right images
In the 3D input mode, press the [ENTER] key.
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Projecting with File Viewer
File Viewer Overview
File Viewer is an application you can use for viewing or playing back different types of files located in
projector internal memory or on a memory device connected to the projector’s USB port.
Supported Playback Files
File Type
Supported File Conditions
Image File:*1
JPEG: Up to approximately 15 M pixels (baseline JPEG)
Up to approximately 8 M pixels (progressive JPEG)
PNG: Less than 6 MB and up to approximately 8 M pixels*2
GIF: Less than 6 MB and up to approximately 8 M pixels*2
BMP: Less than 6 MB and up to approximately 8 M pixels (for 24-bit color)
Movie File:*3
AVI: 20 Mbps maximum 720/30P (MJPEG video, ADPCM audio)
MOV: 20 Mbps maximum 1080/30P (H.264 video, ADPCM audio or AAC audio)
MP4: 20 Mbps maximum 1080/30P (H.264 video, AAC audio)
Presentation File
ECA or PtG file created with EZ-Converter FA*4
PDF Files
PDF Ver 1.4
*1 The maximum projection resolution for image data is 1024 × 768, except for baseline JPEG. In the
case of baseline JPEG image data, maximum projection resolution is 1280 × 800.
*2 Transparent colors in PNG and GIF format image files that have transparent colors enabled will all
be displayed as black. Animation GIFs are displayed as still images, without animation.
*3 Performing fast forward or fast reverse with a movie file with a large bit rate may cause the
operation to be performed at a slower speed than normal or to stop part way through. Though a
movie with one of the maximum bit rates shown above will play back normally, fast forward and
fast reverse not supported.
*4 PowerPoint files can be converted using EZ-Converter FA (available from the CASIO website). See
“Using EZ-Converter FA to Convert PowerPoint Files to ECA or PtG Files” (page 36).
Projecting Files Located in Projector Internal Memory
File Viewer can be used to project the following types of files when they are located in projector
internal memory: image files, movie files, presentation files, PDF files. To use the procedure in this
section, the file(s) to be projected must first be copied to projector internal memory. You can copy files
using either of the following methods.
z Connect the projector to a computer with a USB cable and copy the files to projector internal
memory.
z Use a LAN to copy (upload) files from a computer or smart device to projector internal memory.
The procedures in this manual are all based on copying files over a USB connection. For information
about how to copy a file using a LAN, see the separate “Network Function Guide”.
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To copy files from a computer to projector internal memory
Note
z This procedure is supported on a computer running one of the operating systems below.
Windows: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 (Logged in with admin privileges)
Mac OS: 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 (Logged in with a root account or user account)
1.
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
2.
Use the [T] key to select “Multimedia Settings”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
3.
Use the [T] key to select “Internal Storage Function”, and then press the
[ENTER] key.
4.
When the “Turns off the projector to use internal storage.” message appears,
press the [ENTER] key.
z This will cause projector power to turn off. The POWER/STANDBY indicator will light amber
and the TEMP indicator will light red.
5.
Press the projector’s [P] (Power) key to turn on power.
z The POWER/STANDBY indicator will light green and the TEMP indicator will light red. This
indicates that the projector’s internal storage function is operational. You will not be able to
project images with the projector at this time.
6.
If the computer has a USB flash drive or any other removable media connected,
disconnect it.
7.
Use a commercially available USB cable to connect the projector’s USB-B port
to your computer’s USB port.
z The location of the USB-B port of this projector is indicated by “*1” in the illustration under
“Connecting Projector Cables” (page 10).
z When you do, projector internal memory will be recognized by your computer as removable
disk drive named “InternalMem”.
8.
On the computer, open the “InternalMem” drive.
Windows:
When the “AutoPlay” dialog box appears on your computer screen, click “Open folder to view
files”. If the “AutoPlay” dialog box does not appear, perform the following operation: [Start] 3
[Computer] 3 Double-click “InternalMem”.
Mac OS:
An “InternalMem” drive icon will appear on the Mac desktop. Double-click to open it.
9.
Copy the file(s) you want to project to the “InternalMem” drive.
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10.
After you copy all of the files you want, perform one of the operations below to
unmount the “InternalMem” drive.
Windows:
Click the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the task tray (in the lower right corner of the screen).
On the menu that appears, select “USB Flash Drive”. Check to make sure that a “Safe To
Remove Hardware” message appears.
Mac OS:
Drag the “InternalMem” drive icon to the trash can icon. Check to make sure that the
“InternalMem” drive icon is no longer on the Mac desktop.
11.
Disconnect the USB cable from the projector and the computer.
12.
Turn the projector back on.
z This stops internal storage function operation and returns to normal projection.
z For information about how to project a file copied to projector internal memory, see “Starting
Projection of Files Located in Projector Internal Memory” (page 20).
Note
z The above is presented only as a typical example of the file copy operation on a computer.
The actual steps you will need to perform may differ slightly in accordance with your
computer’s operating system and setup.
z If “On” is selected for “Internal Storage Password” on the setting menu, a password input
dialog box will appear when you press the [ENTER] key in step 3 of the procedure above. If
this happens, enter the appropriate password and then press the [ENTER] key to advance to
step 4 of the procedure. For details, see “Password Protection” (page 62).
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Starting Projection of Files Located in Projector Internal
Memory
1.
If a USB flash drive or some other USB device is connected to the projector’s
USB-A port, disconnect it.
2.
Press the [INPUT] key. This will display the “Input” dialog box.
3.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “Viewer” and then press the [ENTER] key.
4.
On the dialog box that appears, confirm that “File Viewer” is selected and then
press the [ENTER] key.
z This will start up File Viewer and display the File Viewer main screen like the one shown below.
5.
Depending on the type of file you want to project, perform one of the operations
below.
To project this type of file: Perform this operation:
Presentation Files
“To project a presentation file” (page 25)
PDF Files
“To project a PDF file” (page 26)
Image Files
“To project an image file” (page 27)
Movie Files
“To project a movie file” (page 27)
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To format projector internal memory
Important!
z Performing the procedure below will delete all of the folders and files currently in the projector
internal memory.
1.
Perform steps 1 through 7 under “To copy files from a computer to projector
internal memory” (page 18).
2.
Perform one of the procedures below to format the “InternalMem” drive on your
computer.
Windows:
(1) Right click the “InternalMem” drive icon. On the menu that appears, select “Format”.
(2) On the “Format” dialog box that appears, check to make sure that “FAT32 (recommended)” is
selected for “File system” and then click [Start].
(3) On the warning dialog box that appears, click the [OK] button.
(4) When a dialog box telling you that formatting is complete appears, click [OK] to close it.
(5) Click [Close] to close the format dialog box.
Mac OS:
(1) On the Mac desktop menu bar “Go” menu, select “Utilities” to display the “Utilities” folder.
(2) Double-click “Disk Utility” to start it up.
(3) In the left pane of the disk utility window, click the line above “InternalMem” and then click
[Erase] at the top of the right pane.
(4) In the “Format” box, select “MS-DOS (FAT)”.
(5) At the bottom of the right pane, select [Erase].
(6) On the warning dialog box that appears, click the [OK] button.
(7) The screen will return to the disk utility window when formatting is complete. Close the
window.
Projecting Files from a Memory Device Connected by USB
Use the procedures in this section when you want to use File Viewer to project image files, movie files,
presentation files, or PDF files from a USB flash drive or other memory device.
Supported Memory Devices
The Data Projector’s USB-A port supports connection of a FAT/FAT32 format memory device
supported by the USB interface. The following are supported memory devices.
z USB flash drive
z Memory cards
A commercially available USB card reader is required to connect a memory card to the Data
Projector.
z USB storage class (USB Mass Storage Class) compatible digital cameras
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To connect a USB flash drive to the projector
Connect USB flash drive to the Data Projector’s USB-A port as shown below.
To connect a memory card to the projector
1.
Load the memory card into a USB card reader’s card slot.
z For details about how to load a memory card into the USB card reader, see the user
documentation that comes with the reader.
2.
Connect the USB card reader to the Data Projector’s USB-A port.
To connect a digital camera to the projector
1.
If necessary, configure the digital camera’s USB mass storage class setting.
2.
Turn off the digital camera and connect a USB cable to it.
3.
Connect the other end of the USB cable (Type A connector) to the Data
Projector’s USB-A port.
4.
Turn on the digital camera.
Note
z For details about steps 1, 2, and 4, see the user documentation that comes with your digital
camera.
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To start projection of files that are on a memory device
connected via USB
1.
Connect the memory device where files you want to project are stored to the
projector’s USB-A port.
z If the File Viewer main screen appears automatically, advance to step 5 of this procedure. If it
doesn’t, go to step 2. Note that the File Viewer main screen will appear automatically if “On” is
selected for the “Plug and Play” setting on the projector’s Setup Menu.
2.
Press the [INPUT] key. This will display the “Input” dialog box.
3.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “Viewer” and then press the [ENTER] key.
4.
On the dialog box that appears, confirm that “File Viewer” is selected and then
press the [ENTER] key.
z This will start up File Viewer and display the File Viewer main screen.
5.
Depending on the type of file you want to project, perform one of the operations
below.
To project this type of file: Perform this operation:
Presentation File
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “Presentation” and then press the [ENTER]
key.
PDF File
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “PDF Viewer” and then press the [ENTER]
key.
Image File
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “Slide” and then press the [ENTER] key.
Movie File
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “Movie” and then press the [ENTER] key.
z The screen that will appear depends on the function you selected.
Function name
6.
Folder path
Use the file list displayed on the screen to check the contents of the USB flash
drive you connected in step 1 of this procedure or the contents of internal
memory.
z If the file list shows the contents of a USB flash drive, go to step 8 of this procedure. If the file
list shows the contents of internal memory, go to step 7.
7.
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears, select “Drive Switching” and
then press the [ENTER] key.
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8.
Depending on the function you selected in step 5 of this procedure, perform one
of the operations below.
If you selected this function: Perform this operation:
Presentation
Perform the procedure from step 2 under “To project a presentation file”
(page 25).
PDF Viewer
Perform the procedure from step 2 under “To project a PDF file” (page 26).
Slide
Perform the procedure from step 2 under “To project an image file” (page
27).
Movie
Perform the procedure from step 2 under “To project a movie file” (page 27).
Drive Menu
Entering the Presentation Mode, PDF Viewer Mode, Slide Mode, or Movie Mode while there are
multiple memory devices connected to the Data Projector’s USB-A port (multiple USB flash drive
devices connected via a USB hub, multiple memory cards loaded in the memory card reader
connected to the Data Projector, etc.) will cause a menu like the one shown below to appear on the
projection screen.
When this happens, use the cursor keys to move the highlighting to the drive you want to use and then
press the [ENTER] key. This will display a menu of files for the mode you are entering.
Note
z The Data Projector can recognize up to four drives.
z The message “NOUSB” will appear in the Drive Menu if there is no memory device connected
to the projector’s USB-A port when you perform Drive Switching ([FUNC] 3 “Drive
Switching” 3 [ENTER]). If this happens, perform Drive Switching again to restore the
previous screen.
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Projecting Files
This section explains procedures you can project each type of file using File Viewer.
To project a presentation file
1.
On the File Viewer main screen, select “Presentation” and then press the
[ENTER] key.
z This displays a menu of presentation (ECA or PtG) files.
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the presentation file you want to play and then
press the [ENTER] key (or [
] key).
z This will start playback of the currently selected presentation file.
3.
Perform page change and other operations as required.
z You can perform the operations described in the table below while presentation playback is in
progress.
To do this:
Perform this operation:
Go to the previous page
Press the [W] or [
] key.
Go to the next page
Press the [X] or [
] key.
Pause playback
Press the [
] key.
Resume playback from where it
was paused
Press the [
] key.
Move back to the position of the
previous animation delimiter
Press the [S] or [
] key
Move forward to the position of
the next animation delimiter
Press the [T] or [
] key.
Select a particular page from a
menu of thumbnails and play back
that page
1. Press the [FUNC] key.
2. On the menu that appears, select “Page Selection” and then press
the [ENTER] key.
3. Use the cursor keys to select the thumbnail of the page you want
to play back and then press the [ENTER] key.
4.
To return to the file menu, press the [ESC] key.
5.
To return to the main screen, press the [FUNC] key and then the [ENTER] key.
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To project a PDF file
1.
On the File Viewer main screen, select “PDF Viewer” and then press the [ENTER]
key.
z This displays a list of PDF files.
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the PDF file you want to open and then press
the [ENTER] key (or [
] key).
z This will open the selected PDF file.
3.
Perform page change, zoom, and other operations as required.
z The following operations are supported during PDF file projection.
To do this:
Perform this operation:
Go to the previous page
Press the [W] or [
] key.
Go to the next page
Press the [X] or [
] key.
Adjust the image to the
screen width
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears, select “Adjust to Screen
Width” and then press the [ENTER] key.
Return to a full page view
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears, select “Show Entire
Page” and then press the [ENTER] key.
Select a page from a
thumbnail list and display it
1. Press the [FUNC] key.
2. On the menu that appears, select “Page Selection” and then press the
[ENTER] key.
3. Use the cursor keys to select the thumbnail of the page you want to
display and then press the [ENTER] key.
4.
To return to the file menu, press the [ESC] key.
5.
To return to the main screen, press the [FUNC] key and then the [ENTER] key.
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To project an image file
1.
On the File Viewer main screen, select “Slide” and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This displays a list of image files.
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select image file you want to open and then press
the [ENTER] key.
z This will project the selected image file.
z Pressing the [
] key instead of the [ENTER] key will start an image file slideshow starting
from the currently selected file.
3.
Perform the rotate image and image scrolling operations described below as
required.
z The following operations are supported during image file projection.
To do this:
Perform this operation:
Project the previous image file
Press the [W] or [
] key.
Project the next image
Press the [X] or [
] key.
Rotate the image leftwards 90 degrees*
Press the [
] key.
Rotate the image rightwards 90 degrees*
Press the [
] key.
Start a slideshow
Press the [
] key.
Stop an ongoing slideshow
Press the [
] key.
* Supported for JPEG files only.
4.
To return to the file menu, press the [ESC] key.
5.
To return to the main screen, press the [FUNC] key and then the [ENTER] key.
To project a movie file
1.
On the File Viewer main screen, select “Movie” and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This displays a list of movie files.
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the movie file you want to open and then
press the [ENTER] key or [
] key.
z This will start playback of the selected movie file.
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3.
Perform fast forward, fast reverse, pause, and other operations as required.
z The operations described below are supported during movie file playback.
To do this:
Perform this operation:
Pause and resume movie playback
Press the [ENTER] or [
] key.
z A pause icon (
) is displayed in the upper left
corner of the projection screen while movie
projection is paused.
Re-play the file from the beginning
1. Press the [FUNC] key.
2. On the menu that appears, select “Play from
Beginning” and then press the [ENTER] key.
Toggle display of the movie playback time
between show and hide
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears,
select “Time Indicator On/Off” and then press the
[ENTER] key.
Total movie play time
Elapsed movie play time
Fast forward at 2X, 8X, or 32X normal speed
Press the [X] or [
] key.
z The first press starts 2X speed fast forward, the
second press increases to 8X, and the third press
increases to 32X.
z The
indicator appears in the upper left corner
during 2X fast forward,
during 8X fast forward,
and
during 32X fast forward.
Fast reverse at 2X, 8X, or 32X normal speed
Press the [W] or [
] key.
z The first press starts 2X speed fast reverse, the
second press increases to 8X, and the third press
increases to 32X.
z The
indicator appears in the upper left corner
during 2X fast reverse,
during 8X fast reverse,
and
during 32X fast reverse.
Return from fast forward or fast reverse to
normal playback
Press the [ENTER] key or [
] key twice. Pressing
either of these keys only once will pause playback.
Press once more to start normal playback.
Jump to the final movie frame
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears,
select “Go to End” and then press the [ENTER] key.
Stop movie file playback and return to the file
menu
Press the [ESC] key.
4.
To return to the file menu, press the [ESC] key.
5.
To return to the main screen, press the [FUNC] key and then the [ENTER] key.
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File Menu Operations
There are two different views for the File Viewer file menu: a list view and an icon view.
List View
This view shows a list of names of folders and files in the projector internal memory, or on memory
device connected to the projector’s USB port. Folders and files are displayed in this format
immediately after you go from the File Viewer main screen to the Presentation Mode, PDF Viewer
Mode, Slide Mode, or Movie Mode.
Icon View
This view shows both icons and names for the folders and files. Thumbnails are displayed for all of the
files that can be played back by File Viewer.
To toggle the file menu between the list view and icon view
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears, select “Screen Format” and then press the [ENTER]
key.
Note
z You can specify either the list view or icon view as the default view. For more information, see
“Configuring File Viewer Settings” on page 30.
To scroll the file menu
Press the [
] key to scroll forward, and the [
] key to scroll back.
To open a folder
Use the cursor keys to move the highlighting to the folder you want to open and then press the
[ENTER] key.
To exit the current folder and move up to the next level
Press the [ESC] key.
To return to the main screen from the file menu
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears, select “Back to top menu” and then press the
[ENTER] key.
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Configuring File Viewer Settings
This section explains how to configure File Viewer settings, including those that control what appears
on the File Viewer file menu.
To configure File Viewer settings
1.
On the File Viewer main screen, select “Viewer Settings” and then press the
[ENTER] key.
z This displays the “Viewer Setup” screen.
2.
Use [T] and [S] to select the item whose setting you want to change.
3.
Use [W] and [X] to change the currently selected setting.
z For information about the settings available for each item, see “File Viewer Setting Items”.
4.
Repeat steps 2 through 3 as many times as necessary to configure all of the
settings you want.
5.
After all the settings are the way you want, press the [ESC] key to return to the
File Viewer main screen.
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File Viewer Setting Items
The initial default setting for each item is indicated by an asterisk (*).
Setting Name
Description
Display Sequence
Setup
Specifies the sequence of images in the file menu.
File Names (Ascending)*:
Displays files in file name ascending order.
File Names (Descending):
Displays files in file name descending order.
File Name Extension (Ascending):
Displays file names in file name extension ascending alphabetical order. If multiple files
have the same file name extension, they are displayed in file name ascending order.
Time (New-to-Old):
Displays files by the time they were last modified, from the newest to the oldest.
Time (Old-to-New):
Displays files by the time they were last modified, from the oldest to the newest.
Startup Mode
Specifies whether the default view when a mode is entered from the main File Viewer
main screen is the list view or icon view.
List View*:
Specifies list view as the default view.
Icon View:
Specifies icon view as the default view.
Thumbnail View
Show*:
Displays file thumbnails in the file menu.
Hide:
File thumbnails not displayed.
Image Switching
Manual*:
Specifies manual image scrolling.
Auto:
Specifies auto image scrolling.
Slideshow Display
Interval
Specifies how long each image will remain displayed during a slideshow.
5 seconds*, 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes
Slideshow Repeat
Repeat:
Loops playback of a slideshow or movie.
Repeat Off*:
Automatically stops playback when the end of a slideshow or movie is reached.
Movie Audio Output
Output*:
Outputs audio when a movie with an audio track is played back.
Do not output:
Audio not output during movie playback.
Initialize Viewer Setup
Returns all File Viewer settings to their initial defaults.
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Autorun
Autorun lets you configure the projector for automatic projection of image files or a movie file located
in a special folder named AUTORUNC. When auto projection is performed depends on where the
AUTORUNC folder is located.
When AUTORUNC is located here:
Autorun is performed at this time:
Internal memory
When the projector is turned on.
USB flash drive
When the USB flash drive is plugged into the projector’s
USB-A port.
The settings shown below need to be configured before using Autorun.
z “Multimedia Settings 3 Autorun” (page 59): Enabled
z “Option Settings 2 3 Plug and Play” (page 58): On (Only when performing Autorun from a USB
flash drive)
Note
z Autorun projection of the still images or a movie file is in accordance with the current settings
configured on the “Viewer Setup” screen (page 30).
To auto project images files or a movie file from a USB flash
drive
1.
Create a folder named “AUTORUNC” (all single-byte upper-case characters) in
the root directory of the USB flash drive.
2.
Insert all of the image files or movie file you want to auto project into the folder
you created in step 1.
z If you want to auto project a movie file, place only one movie file into the “AUTORUNC” folder.
Do not place any other files into the folder. If there is both a movie file and image file in the
“AUTORUNC” folder, the image file will be given priority and the movie file will not be played.
z Multiple image files can be placed in the “AUTORUNC” folder without any problem. If there
are, plugging the USB flash drive into the projector in step 3 below will start a slideshow of the
images.
3.
While projector power is turned on, plug the USB flash drive that contains the
“AUTORUNC” folder to which you copied the files in step 2 above into the
projector’s USB-A port.
z This will automatically start up File Viewer and project the file(s) you put in the “AUTORUNC”
folder in step 2 above.
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To auto project images files or a movie file from projector
internal memory
1.
Perform steps 1 through 8 under “To copy files from a computer to projector
internal memory” (page 18).
2.
Create a folder named “AUTORUNC” (all single-byte upper-case characters) in
the root directory of the “InternalMem” drive (projector internal memory).
3.
Insert all of the image files or movie file you want to project with Autorun into the
folder you created in step 2.
z If you want to auto project a movie file, place only one movie file into the “AUTORUNC” folder.
Do not place any other files into the folder. If there is both a movie file and image file in the
“AUTORUNC” folder, the image file will be given priority and the movie file will not be played.
z Multiple image files can be placed in the “AUTORUNC” folder without any problem. If there
are, turning on projector power in step 6 below will start a slideshow of the images.
4.
Turn off the projector.
5.
If a USB flash drive or some other USB device is connected to the projector’s
USB-A port, disconnect it.
6.
Turn on the projector.
z This will automatically project the file(s) you put in the AUTORUNC folder in step 3 above.
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File Viewer Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause and Required Action
File Viewer does not appear when I
connect USB flash drive to the
Data Projector’s USB-A port.
z The USB flash drive you are connecting may have a format that cannot be
recognized by the Data Projector. Connect the USB flash drive to your
computer to check if its file system is FAT or FAT32. If it isn’t, reformat the
USB flash drive to FAT or FAT32. Note that doing so will delete all of the
data currently in USB flash drive.
z If “Off” is selected for the “Option Settings 2 3 Plug and Play” setting
(page 58), File Viewer will not startup automatically even if a USB flash
drive is connected to the projector’s USB-A port. If this happens, change
the “Plug and Play” setting to “On”.
Some folders and/or files are not
displayed in the file menu.
All the folders and/or files contained in a folder will not be displayed if there
are more than 999 folder and/or files inside the folder. If this happens, reduce
the number of folders and/or files in the folder.
There are multiple devices
connected to the Data Projector via
a USB hub or USB card reader, but
some of the devices are not
recognized.
The Data Projector can recognize up to four drives. If the number of
connected drives is greater than four, the Data Projector will not recognize
the fifth and subsequent drives. Connect memory devices while ensuring that
no more than four drives are connected.
When I connect my digital camera
to the Data Projector via USB,
digital camera memory contents do
not appear.
z The digital camera’s USB mass storage class setting may not be
configured correctly, or you may need to perform some operation on the
camera. Consult the user documentation for your digital camera for
information about the required settings and operations.
z The digital camera may not support USB mass storage class. If it does not,
you will not be able to use Viewer to view digital camera memory contents.
On the Slide Mode file menu,
question marks (?) appear in place
of thumbnails.
Question marks are displayed in place of thumbnails of images that cannot
be projected by File Viewer.
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File Viewer Error Messages
Problem
Cause and Required Action
Folder does not contain any image
files.
There is no displayable folder, or file in the folder you are trying to access with
the File Viewer. Use your computer to check the contents of the folder. For
details about file formats supported for Data Projector playback, see
“Supported Playback Files” (page 17).
This ECA/PtG file cannot be played
back.
There may be an error in the ECA file or PtG file itself. Play back the ECA file
or PtG file using the EZ-Converter FA on your computer and check it.
Cannot display an image file.
z You may be trying to play back an image whose format and/or size is not
supported by File Viewer. Check the “Supported Playback Files” (page 17).
z There may be an error in the image file itself. Open the image file on your
computer and check it.
This movie file cannot be played
back.
z You may be trying to play back a movie whose format and/or size is not
supported by File Viewer. Check the “Supported Playback Files” (page 17).
z There may be an error in the movie file itself. Open the movie file on your
computer and check it.
This PDF file cannot be displayed.
For information about the types of PDF files that can be displayed by File
Viewer, see “Supported Playback Files” (page 17).
Internal Memory Access Error
An error may have been generated by a particular folder or file in projector
internal memory. Perform steps 1 through 8 under “To copy files from a
computer to projector internal memory” (page 18) and then open the
“InternalMem” drive (projector internal memory) on your computer. Check if
all of the folders and files in “InternalMem” open normally. If you experience
trouble with any file or folder, delete it.
If you cannot open any of the files or folders in projector internal memory with
your computer or if you cannot open the “InternalMem” drive itself, it could
mean there is a problem with the projector internal memory file system. In this
case, perform the procedure under “To format projector internal memory”
(page 21).
Failure due to insufficient internal
memory capacity.
Remaining available projector internal memory capacity is insufficient.
Perform steps 1 through 8 under “To copy files from a computer to projector
internal memory” (page 18) and then open the “InternalMem” drive (projector
internal memory) on your computer. Next, delete files you no longer need.
This file cannot be played back.
For information about the types of files that can be displayed by File Viewer,
see “Supported Playback Files” (page 17).
Could not find an image file.
There is nothing in projector internal memory or on the connected USB flash
drive, or there is some problem with the file system. Use your computer to
check the contents of projector internal memory or the USB flash drive.
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Using EZ-Converter FA to Convert PowerPoint Files to ECA or
PtG Files
EZ-Converter FA is computer software for converting PowerPoint files to ECA files or PtG files, which
can be played back using the projector’s File Viewer. EZ-Converter FA supports conversion of files
created with Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003, 2007 and 2010.
Important!
z Before trying to use EZ-Converter FA, be sure to go to the CASIO website
(http://www.casio-intl.com/support/) and check the information there about minimum
computer system requirements, and conditions governing download and use.
z The procedure below assumes that you already have EZ-Converter FA installed on your
computer.
Note
z Save for certain exceptions (described below), playback and projection of an ECA file or PtG
file normally should be able to reproduce transitions, animations, and other special effects of
the original PowerPoint file.
• Conversion of OLE objects (movies, audio, etc.) and VBA objects in a PowerPoint file is not
supported.
• Conversion of timer and repeat operations in a PowerPoint file animation is not supported.
• An animation in a PowerPoint file is converted up to the time specified by “To specify the
maximum animation display time” (page 39), and everything after that is cut. When the point
up to which the animation was converted is reached during playback of the converted file,
playback will pause, and you will have to press the [ENTER] key to advance to the next step.
• The source PowerPoint file plays when you convert a file with EZ-Converter FA. If there is no
change on the screen for about three consecutive seconds during this playback, say
between Points A and B, for example, the effect at Point B in the original file is ignored and
not converted. When Point B is reached during playback of the converted file, playback will
pause, and you will have to press the [ENTER] key to advance to the next step.
z Starting a conversion operation with EZ-Converter FA will temporarily change the screen
settings of your computer as shown below. Screen settings will revert back to what they were
after the conversion operation is complete.
Operating System:
Changes:
Windows XP
z Screen resolution changes to 800 × 600, 1024 × 768, 1280 × 768 or
1280 × 800.
z Display card hardware acceleration is disabled.
Windows Vista or
Windows 7
z Screen resolution changes to 800 × 600, 1024 × 768, 1280 × 768 or
1280 × 800.
z Windows changes to the Basic mode (Windows AeroTM disabled).
Windows 8
z Screen resolution changes to 800 × 600, 1024 × 768, 1280 × 768 or
1280 × 800.
z The screen resolution of the ECA file or PtG file will be the resolution specified by the
EZ-Converter FA setting (800 × 600, 1024 × 768, 1280 × 768 or 1280 × 800) when the file
conversion operation starts. For information about configuring this setting, see “To specify the
screen resolution of the ECA file or PtG file” (page 39).
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To convert a PowerPoint file to an ECA file or PtG file
Important!
z Before performing any of the operations here, you will need to have a file created using
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003, 2007 or 2010 on hand.
z Conversion of a PowerPoint file to an ECA file or PtG file requires playback of the original file
from beginning to end. Note that the time required for conversion will roughly correspond to
the time required for playback.
1.
Turn on your computer and start up Windows.
2.
Connect the USB flash drive (or memory card) where you want to store the
converted ECA file or PtG file to your computer.
z You can skip this step if you want to save the ECA file or PtG file to your computer’s local hard
disk.
3.
On your computer, start up EZ-Converter FA.
z If your computer is running Windows Vista or Windows 7, starting up EZ-Converter FA will
cause the “User Account Control” message to appear. When it does, click [Allow] or [Yes].
z This will display the EZ-Converter FA window.
Player button
Close button
Convert button
Minimize button
4.
Configure the following settings as required.
z Specify the ECA file or PtG file screen display resolution. See “To specify the screen resolution
of the ECA file or PtG file” (page 39).
z If the original file contains an animation, specify the maximum animation display time. See
“To specify the maximum animation display time” (page 39).
5.
Click the
button at the top of the EZ-Converter FA window.
z This displays a dialog box for opening files.
6.
Select the PowerPoint file you want to convert from and then click the [Open]
button.
z This will display a dialog box like the one shown below for specifying the file settings.
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7.
Configure the settings as required on the dialog box.
z The following describes the meanings and settings of each of the items that appear on the
dialog box.
Dialog Box Item
8.
Input File
Shows the name of the PowerPoint file selected in step 6. The setting of this item
cannot be changed.
Output Drive
Shows the drive name of the removable disk (USB flash drive or memory card)
connected to the computer in step 2. When you have multiple removable disks
connected to your computer, you can click the [T] button and select the name of the
drive where you want to save the converted file. A converted file is stored in the folder
named ECA (in the case of an ECA file) or PtG (in the case of a PtG file) on the drive you
specify here.
Under initial default settings, if there are no removable disks connected to the
computer, the resulting file will be saved in the same location (drive and folder) as the
original PowerPoint file. Click the [Browse] button and change the save destination, if
you want.
Output File Name
Shows the file name of the converted file, along with the path from the drive name.
Except for the extension, the file name is the same as the PowerPoint file name. The
setting of this item cannot be changed.
ECA/PtG
Specifies the format of the converted file (Default: ECA).
After configuring all the settings you want, click [OK].
z
z
z
z
9.
Description
This will start playback of the PowerPoint file and start converting it to an ECA file or PtG file.
The “Conversion complete.” message will appear when file conversion is complete.
If you have other PowerPoint files you want to convert, repeat steps 4 through 7.
To check the contents of an ECA file or PtG file, perform the procedure under “To play back
an ECA file or PtG file on your computer” (page 39).
After you are finished converting all the files you want, click the close button in
the upper right corner of the EZ-Converter FA window.
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To specify the screen resolution of the ECA file or PtG file
1.
Right-click the left side of the EZ-Converter FA window.
2.
On the menu that appears, click “Output Resolution”.
3.
On the sub-menu that appears, select the resolution you want.
z Select 1280 × 800 or 1280 × 768. If you cannot select the 1280 × 800 or 1280 × 768
resolution, select 1024 × 768.
z For a PtG file, select 1024 × 768 or 800 × 600.
z The setting you select here remains in effect until you change it.
To specify the maximum animation display time
1.
Right-click the left side of the EZ-Converter FA window.
2.
On the menu that appears, click “Max Animation Display Time”.
3.
On the sub-menu that appears, select a maximum animation display time value
(in seconds).
z Available sub-menu options are 10 seconds, 20 seconds, 30 seconds, and 60 seconds.
z The option you select remains in effect until you change it.
To play back an ECA file or PtG file on your computer
1.
On your computer, start up EZ-Converter FA.
z This will display the EZ-Converter FA window.
2.
Click the
button at the top of the EZ-Converter FA window.
z This will display two more buttons as shown below.
3.
Click the
button.
z This displays a dialog box for opening files.
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4.
Select the ECA file or PtG file you want to play back and then click the [Open]
button.
z This will display a control panel at the top of the screen.
Control panel
z During file playback, you can use the control panel buttons to perform the operations
described below.
To do this:
Perform this operation:
Go to the previous page
Click the
button.
Go to the next page
Click the
button.
Jump to a specific page
1. Click the
button and then click “Slide Viewer” on the menu that appears.
2. On the page menu that appears, click the thumbnail of the destination page
and then click [OK].
Display help
Click the
Exit file playback
Click the
button, or click the
button and then click “Exit” on the menu
that appears. You could also press the [ESC] button on your computer keyboard
to stop playback.
button and then click “Help” on the menu that appears.
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Projecting with the USB Display Function
USB Display Function Overview
Connecting the projector to a computer with a USB cable* enables projection of the computer’s
screen contents. This supports projection of screen contents of even small computers that have only a
USB port, but no RGB, HDMI, or other type of video output terminal.
* To use the USB Display function, connect the computer to the projector’s USB-B port.
Minimum Computer System Requirements
z Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1 (32bit), Windows 7 SP1 (32bit, 64bit), Windows 8/8.1 (64bit),
or Mac OS (10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9)
Note, however, that functions may be limited by the operating system being used.
z USB Type A port (USB 2.0) equipped.
Important!
z Log into Windows with admin privileges to use the USB display function. You will not be able
to use USB display if you are logged into Windows with a non-admin account.
Projecting Computer Screen Contents Over a USB Connection
The operation you need to perform the first time you connect to a computer to project its display
contents (described below) depends on whether the computer is running Windows or Mac OS. After
that, use the procedure under “To project computer screen contents over a USB connection after the
first time” (page 45), which is the same for any operating system.
Perform one of the procedures below, depending on your computer’s operating system.
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To project Windows computer screen contents over a USB
connection for the first time
1.
Press the [INPUT] key. This will display the “Input” dialog box.
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “USB Display” and then press the [ENTER]
key.
z This will cause the USB Display standby screen to be projected.
3.
While your computer is running, use a commercially available USB cable to
connect the projector’s USB-B port to your computer’s USB port.
z The location of the USB-B port of this projector is indicated by “*1” in the illustration under
“Connecting Projector Cables” (page 10).
z This will mount the projector onto your computer as a virtual CD-ROM drive, which is
represented by a “USB_DISPLAY” drive icon on your computer’s desktop.
z CASIO USB Display will start up automatically and display a window like the one shown below
on your computer. Projection of the computer screen contents will also start at the same time.
Note
z If CASIO USB Display does not start up automatically, use Explorer to navigate to the
USB_DISPLAY drive. Right-click the drive and then click “Auto Play” on the menu that
appears.
z For information about the types of operations that can be performed at this point, see
“Supported Operations during Projection over a USB connection” (page 44).
Add-on Driver Software for Windows
With Windows, use of some functions of the CASIO USB Display requires installation of the driver
software shown in the table below. For information about how to obtain this software, go to the CASIO
website (http://www.casio-intl.com/support/).
To use this function:
Install this driver software:
Audio output function
VAC driver (for Windows XP version that does not
support audio level mixer functions)
Extended screen output function
VDD driver (for Windows XP and Windows Vista)
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To project Mac OS computer screen contents over a USB
connection for the first time
1.
Press the [INPUT] key. This will display the “Input” dialog box.
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “USB Display” and then press the [ENTER]
key.
z This will cause the USB Display standby screen to be projected.
3.
While your computer is running, use a commercially available USB cable to
connect the projector’s USB-B port to your computer’s USB port.
z The location of the USB-B port of this projector is indicated by “*1” in the illustration under
“Connecting Projector Cables” (page 10).
z This will cause a drive icon named “USB_DISPLAY” to appear on your computer screen.
4.
Double-click the “USB_DISPLAY” drive icon to open it.
5.
Double-click “MAC_USB_Display_V2.pkg” and follow the instructions that
appear on the display to install the application.
z A message prompting you to restart your computer will appear after installation is complete.
Restart your computer. After the restart is complete, you will see a CASIO USB Display icon in
the Dock.
6.
In the Dock, click the CASIO USB Display icon.
z This will start up CASIO USB Display, which will display the window shown below on your
computer. At the same time, projection of the computer’s screen contents will start.
z For information about the types of operations that can be performed at this point, see
“Supported Operations during Projection over a USB connection” (page 44).
Add-on Driver Software for Mac OS
With Mac OS, use of some parts of the CASIO USB Display requires installation of the driver software
shown in the table below. For information about how to obtain this software, go to the CASIO website
(http://www.casio-intl.com/support/).
To use this function:
Install this driver software:
Audio output function
Sound flower
Extended desktop output function
Syphon-virtual-screen
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Supported Operations during Projection over a USB connection
The operations described in the table below are supported on the CASIO USB Display window during
projection.
To do this:
Perform this operation:
Start (resume) computer screen projection
Click
.
Freeze computer screen projection
Click
.
Stop computer screen projection and project the USB
display standby screen
Click
.
Start audio output from a computer*1*3
Click
. On the menu that appears, select “Audio
Out” so there is a check mark next to it.
Mute audio output from a computer*1*3
Click
. On the menu that appears, select “Audio
Out” to remove the check mark next to it.
Output the computer’s main screen on the projection
screen
Click
. On the menu that appears, select “Select the
Projection Screen” 3 “Main Screen”.
Output the computer’s extended screen on the
projection screen*2*3
Click
. On the menu that appears, select “Select the
Projection Screen” 3 “Extended Screen”.
Minimize the CASIO USB Display window
Click
Exit the CASIO USB Display window
(1) Click
. Or you could click
and then click
“Exit” on the menu that appears.
(2) On the confirmation dialog box that appears, click
the [OK] button.
z This stops computer screen projection and
projects the USB Display standby screen.
Display CASIO USB Display version information
Click
.
. On the menu that appears, select “About”.
*1 In the case of Windows XP, which does not support audio level mixer functions, a driver must be
installed to enable these functions. See “Add-on Driver Software for Windows” (page 42).
*2 This operation is disabled under Mac OS 10.6. With Windows XP and Windows Vista, installation of
driver software is required to enable these functions. See “Add-on Driver Software for Windows”
(page 42).
*3 With Mac, installation of driver software is required to enable these functions. See “Add-on Driver
Software for Mac OS” (page 43).
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To project computer screen contents over a USB connection
after the first time
1.
Turn on and start up the projector and computer.
2.
Press the [INPUT] key. This will display the “Input” dialog box.
3.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “USB Display” and then press the [ENTER]
key.
z This will cause the USB Display standby screen to be projected.
4.
Use a USB cable to connect the projector’s USB-B port to your computer’s USB
port.
z The CASIO USB Display will startup automatically on the computer and start projection of the
computer screen contents.
Note
z If the above operation does not cause CASIO USB Display to start up automatically, perform
either of the operations below on your computer, depending on its operating system.
Windows:
Use Explorer to navigate to the USB_DISPLAY drive. Right-click the drive and then click “Auto
Play” on the menu that appears.
Mac OS:
In the Dock, click the CASIO USB Display icon.
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Projecting the Screen Image of a Graphing Calculator
You can connect a CASIO graphing calculator to the Data Projector using a USB cable and project the
calculator’s screen image with the Data Projector. USB connection of the following CASIO graphing
calculators is supported.
z ClassPad II (fx-CP400)
z ClassPad 330 PLUS
z fx-CG series
z fx-9860G series
z fx-9860GII series
z fx-9750GII
z GRAPH 95/85/85 SD/75/75+/35+
To project the screen image of a graphing calculator
1.
While the projector is turned on, connect the USB cable that comes with the
graphing calculator to the projector’s USB-A port and the graphing calculator’s
USB port.
2.
On the projector, press the [INPUT] key. This will display the “Input” dialog box.
3.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select “Viewer” and then press the [ENTER] key.
4.
Use the [T] key to select “CASIO USB Tool” and then press the [ENTER] key.
5.
On the graphing calculator, perform the operation required for projection.
z For details about this operation, refer to the use documentation that comes with your
calculator.
Important!
z If the calculator does not operate properly after you connect it to the Data Projector, try
disconnecting the USB cable from the calculator and then reconnecting it. If this does not
correct the problem, disconnect the USB cable from both the Data Projector and the
calculator. Turn the Data Projector off and then back on again, and then re-connect the
calculator.
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Operating the Projector
This section explains how to use the remote controller to perform projector operations.
Output Image and Audio Operations
To use manual keystone correction (KEYSTONE)
The projector has a keystone correction feature that prevents
distortion of the projected image when projecting from an
angle.
Use the [KEYSTONE +] and [KEYSTONE –] keys to adjust
keystone correction manually.
To zoom an image (D-ZOOM)
1.
Press the [D-ZOOM] key.
z This will enlarge the center of the projected image one step.
2.
To zoom in on the center of the projected image more, press the [D-ZOOM] key
again.
z Each press of [D-ZOOM] zooms in (increases the zoom factor). Holding down [D-ZOOM]
continuously scrolls the zoom factor.
3.
While an image is zoomed, use the [S], [T], [W], and [X] keys to scroll the view
to other parts of the image.
4.
To exit the zoom operation, press the [ESC] key.
To adjust the volume level (VOLUME)
1.
Press the [VOLUME +] or [VOLUME –] key.
z This causes the “Volume” screen to appear on the projected image.
2.
Press the [VOLUME +] key to increase the volume, or the [VOLUME –] key to
lower the volume.
3.
After the setting is the way you want, press the [ESC] key.
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To mute the audio (VOLUME)
1.
Press the [VOLUME +] or [VOLUME –] key to display the “Volume” screen.
2.
Press the [ENTER] key.
z This stops output from the speaker.
3.
To restore the audio, press the [VOLUME +] or [VOLUME –] key.
To momentarily blank the image and mute the audio (BLANK)
1.
Press the [BLANK] key.
z This blanks the screen by displaying the blank screen image specified by the Setup Menu
“Blank Screen” setting (page 57) and mutes the audio.
2.
To resume normal image and sound, press the [BLANK] key (or [ESC] key).
To freeze an image (FREEZE)
Press the [FREEZE] key to freeze the current input source image. To return to the real-time input
source image, press the [FREEZE] key again or press the [ESC] key.
To auto adjust an image (AUTO)
Press the [AUTO] key.
z Pressing the [AUTO] key automatically adjusts the frequency and phase in accordance with the
input signal, which can reduce flickering and other projected image problems.
z This operation is supported while the input source is Computer 1 (RGB), Computer 2 (RGB).
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To change the aspect ratio of the projected image (ASPECT)
Press the [ASPECT] key to cycle through the aspect ratio settings for the projected image.
Pressing the [ASPECT] key will cycle through settings in accordance with the current input source as
shown below.
Input Source
Pressing the [ASPECT] key will cycle through these settings:
Video, Component, HDMI (DTV)
Normal J 16:9 J 4:3 J Letter Box
RGB, HDMI (PC)
Normal J Full J 16:9 J 4:3 J True
Description of Each Setting
Normal: Projects at the projector’s maximum possible size while maintaining the input signal aspect
ratio.
Full:
Projects at the projector’s maximum possible size by enlarging or reducing the input signal.
16:9: This setting specifies a 16:9 aspect ratio, which is the same as a movie screen, high-definition
TV, etc. Using this setting when the input signal is a 16:9 image that has been squeezed to a
4:3 image causes the image to be displayed with its normal 16:9 aspect ratio.
4:3:
Regardless of the input signal aspect ratio, the image is always resized to an aspect ratio of
4:3 for projection.
True: Projects the input signal at its actual size (1 input source dot equal to one projector output
pixel dot) in the center of the projector’s projection screen. If the input signal resolution
exceeds the projector’s output resolution, the excess is cut off.
Letter Box:This will resize the image horizontally to 1280 dots and project 800 vertical dots of the
center of the image, maintaining the aspect ratio of the input signal.
Note
z For details about how the aspect ratio setting affects the projected image, see “Aspect Ratio
Setting and Projection Image” (page 77).
z When projecting while “True” is selected as the aspect ratio setting for an RGB signal with a
resolution that is less than SVGA, the image is enlarged to SVGA and projected.
z You can also change the aspect ratio using the Setup Menu “Screen Settings 3 Aspect
Ratio” setting (page 57).
Important!
z Note that enlarging or reducing the size of an image using the [ASPECT] key for commercial
purposes or public presentation may infringe on the legally protected copyright of the
copyright holder of the original material.
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To adjust image brightness (FUNC)
1.
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears, select “Brightness” and then
press the [ENTER] key.
2.
On the brightness adjustment screen that appears, use the [W] and [X] keys to
adjust brightness.
3.
To hide the window, press the [ESC] key.
To change the color mode (FUNC)
1.
Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears, select “Color Mode” and then
press the [ENTER] key.
z This displays the color mode selection window. The currently selected color mode is the one
whose button is selected (filled in).
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to move the highlighting to the color mode you want to
select, and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This will select the button next to the highlighted color mode name.
z For details on what each color mode does, see “Image Adjustment 1 3 Color Mode” (page
56).
3.
To hide the window, press the [ESC] key.
Important!
z The color mode cannot be selected in the following cases.
• When “Off” is selected for the Eco Mode setting (page 51)
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Eco Mode (ECO)
The following three Eco Mode settings are available to specify whether priority should be given to
low-power, low-noise operation or to projection brightness.
On (Auto) : A brightness sensor on the top of the projector senses surrounding light, and
automatically adjusts projection brightness and color accordingly. Brightness is
reduced for darker surroundings, which saves power and reduces operation noise.
On (Manual): Enables manual adjustment to balance the needs of low-power, quiet operation and
projection brightness.
Off
: Give top priority to projection brightness.
Important!
z While “On (Auto)” is selected as the Eco Mode setting, make sure that the brightness sensor
on the top of the projector is not blocked by anything.
z The local environment and setup conditions affect the brightness sensor, so operation when
“On (Auto)” is selected for the Eco Mode depends on these factors.
To select the Eco Mode
1.
Press the [ECO] key.
z This causes “Eco Mode” window to appear on the projection screen.
2.
Use the [W] and [X] keys to select the setting you want.
z If you select “On (Manual)” here, go to step 3. If you select another setting, jump to step 4.
3.
Perform the following steps to adjust the “Eco Level” (the balance between
low-power, quiet operation and projection brightness).
1 Press the [T] key to move the highlighting to the Eco Level.
2 Use the [W] and [X] keys to adjust the Eco Level to the setting you want.
Fewer
marks gives higher priority to projection brightness. A greater number gives high
priority to low-power, quiet operation.
4.
To hide the window, press the [ESC] key.
Note
z While “Off” is selected for the Eco Mode setting, you also can specify whether brightness or
color should be given emphasis. For details, see “Image Adjustment 1 3 Eco Off Mode”
(page 56).
Important!
z The Eco Mode level is fixed whenever the projector is in the 3D input mode (“3D Input Mode”,
page 15). Because of this the Eco Mode setting cannot be changed.
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Using the Presentation Timer (TIMER)
The presentation timer shows a countdown from a preset time value. You can use it to keep track of
how much time has elapsed during your presentation, and to limit a presentation to a preset amount of
time. You can configure the presentation timer so it is displayed in the projected image.
To display the timer
When the timer is not displayed on the projected image, press the [TIMER] key once.
The timer will appear for about five seconds and then disappear automatically if the “Off” is selected
for the “Continuous Display” setting on the timer function menu.
To display the timer function menu
When the timer is not displayed on the projected image, press the [TIMER] key twice. If the timer is
displayed, press the [TIMER] key once.
Use this menu to start, pause, resume, and reset the timer, and to configure various timer settings.
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To configure timer settings
1.
Use the [TIMER] key to display the timer function menu.
2.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the “Position”, “Continuous Display”, or “Start
Time” setting and then change the settings as described in the table below.
3.
To do this:
Perform this operation:
Reposition the timer on the
projected image
Select “Position”, and then use the [W] and [X] keys to select one of the
following settings: “Lower Right”, “Upper Right”, “Upper Left”, “Lower Left”
(Initial default: Lower Right).
Enable or disable
continuous display of the
timer
Select “Continuous Display”, and then use the [W] and [X] keys to select either
“On” or “Off” (Initial default: Off).
On: Once the timer is displayed, it remains displayed until you display a
different dialog box or you press the [ESC] key.
Off: The timer automatically disappears about five seconds after it is
displayed.
Specify the timer
countdown start time
Select “Start Time”, and then use the [W] and [X] keys to specify the
countdown start time you want.
You can set a start time from five to 60 minutes, in five-minute steps (Initial
default: 20 minutes).
To save your settings and close the timer function menu, press [ESC].
z To start the timer immediately after changing its settings, use [T] and [S] to select “Start
Timer” on the timer function menu and then press the [ENTER] key before pressing [ESC] in
the step above.
To start a countdown timer operation
1.
Use the [TIMER] key to display the timer function menu.
2.
Select “Start Timer” and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This will close the timer function menu and start the timer countdown.
z After the countdown reaches 00:00, it will start a 60-minute count up operation (from –00:01 to
–60:00). The numerals of the timer display are red (indicating that the presentation is over time)
during a count up operation.
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To pause the timer countdown
1.
Use the [TIMER] key to display the timer function menu.
2.
Select “Pause Timer” and then press the [ENTER] key.
To resume a paused timer countdown
1.
Use the [TIMER] key to display the timer function menu.
2.
Select “Restart Timer” and then press the [ENTER] key.
To reset the timer to its start time
1.
Use the [TIMER] key to display the timer function menu.
2.
Select “Reset Timer” and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This will reset the time to the “Start Time” setting.
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Using the Setup Menu (MENU)
Pressing the [MENU] key displays the Setup Menu shown below on the projection screen. You can
use this menu to adjust projected image brightness, contrast, and other settings, and to change
projector settings.
Menu Item
(Sub-menu)
Menu Items
(Main Menu)
Highlighting
Guidance
The guidance shows the key operations that can be performed for the currently selected (highlighted)
menu item.
Basic Setup Menu Operations
To do this:
Perform this operation:
Display the Setup Menu
Exit the Setup Menu
Press the [MENU] key. Pressing the [MENU] key to exit the Setup Menu will save the
settings you configured while it was displayed.
Select a menu item
Use the [S] and [T] keys to move the highlighting to the menu that contains the menu
item you want to select and then press the [ENTER] key. Next, use the [S] and [T]
keys to move the highlighting to the menu item you want to select.
Configure the setting of a
menu item
z If a menu item that has options or setting values to the right, use the [W] and [X]
keys to change the setting.
z For a menu item that has “Modify [ENTER]” or “OK [ENTER]” to the right, press the
[ENTER] key to display a dialog box for configuring the setting.
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Setup Menu Settings
z One or more letters (such as RCV) after the menu item name indicates an item that is available only
when one or more particular input source is selected. The letters indicate the input source(s) where
the menu item is available.
R: RGB input, C: Component input, V: S-video input or Video input, H: HDMI (PC) input,
D: HDMI (DTV) input, F: File Viewer, T: CASIO USB Tool, N: Network, U: USB Display
z A menu item that does not have any letter after it will be available regardless of the input source.
z The initial default setting is indicated by an asterisk (*).
Use this menu item:
To do this:
Image Adjustment 1 3
Brightness
Adjust projected image brightness.
Image Adjustment 1 3
Contrast
Adjust projected image contrast.
Image Adjustment 1 3
Sharpness (V)
Use this sub-menu to adjust the sharpness of the outlines in the projected image. A
larger value makes the image sharper, while a smaller value makes it softer.
Image Adjustment 1 3
Saturation (V)
Use this sub-menu to adjust the color saturation of the projected image. A larger
value increases color saturation.
Image Adjustment 1 3
Tint (V)
Use this sub-menu to adjust the tint of the projected image.
A larger value makes the overall image more bluish, while a smaller value makes the
overall image more reddish. This setting is supported only when the signal is NTSC
or NTSC4.43.
Image Adjustment 1 3
Color Mode
Select one of the following projected image color modes: “Standard*”, “Graphics”,
“Theater”, “Blackboard”, “Natural”.
Image Adjustment 1 3
Color Balance
Select one of the following color balance presets: “Warm”, “Normal*”, “Cold”.
Also can be used to separately adjust red, green, and blue.
Image Adjustment 1 3
Eco Off Mode
When “Off” is selected for the “Option Settings 1 3 Eco Mode” setting, specify
either “Bright” (brightness priority) or “Normal*” (hue priority) as the image quality
setting.
Image Adjustment 1 3
Restore Menu Defaults
Return all of the items in the “Image Adjustment 1” main menu to their initial defaults
for the currently projecting image source.
Image Adjustment 2 3
Vertical Position (RCV)
Adjust the vertical and horizontal positions of the input source image in relation to
the target screen.
Image Adjustment 2 3
Horizontal Position (RCV)
Image Adjustment 2 3
Frequency (R)
When vertical bands appear in the projected image while RGB is selected as the
input source, it means that the frequency setting is not correct. When this happens,
use this setting to adjust the frequency manually. If, for some reason, your manual
frequency settings cause the image input from the computer to disappear from the
projection, you can press the [AUTO] key to perform an auto adjust operation, which
should cause the image to appear.
Image Adjustment 2 3
Phase (R)
Adjust the phase of the RGB input signal when the image flickers because the
projector phase and RGB input signal phase do not match.
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Use this menu item:
To do this:
Image Adjustment 2 3
Overscan (CVD)
Adjust the overscan amount for an input video signal within the range of 0% to 5%*.
The size of the border area displayed on the projection screen depends on the
setting value. A smaller value results in a wider border area as shown below.
Display range at 5%
Display range at 0%
Image Adjustment 2 3
Restore Menu Defaults
(RCVD)
Return all of the items in the “Image Adjustment 2” main menu to their initial defaults
for the currently projecting image source.
Volume Adjustment 3
Volume
See “To adjust the volume level (VOLUME)” (page 47) for more information.
Volume Adjustment 3
Restore Menu Defaults
Return the Volume setting to its initial default for the currently projecting image
source.
Screen Settings 3
Keystone Correction
Use this sub-menu to perform vertical keystone correction of the projected image.
Screen Settings 3
Aspect Ratio (RCVHD)
Select an aspect ratio setting for the projected image.
See “To change the aspect ratio of the projected image (ASPECT)” (page 49) for
more information.
Screen Settings 3
Projection Mode
Specify whether projection will be from the front of the screen or the back of the
screen.
Front*: Select this option to project from the front of the screen.
Rear: Select this option to project from the back of the screen. This setting flips the
front projected image horizontally.
Screen Settings 3
Ceiling Mount
Set up the projector to be hung from a ceiling.
On: Select when the projector is hung from a ceiling. Since the bottom of the
projector is upwards, the projected image is flipped both horizontally and
vertically.
Off*: Select when the projector is used on a desktop. This projects the image
assuming that the top of the projector is upwards.
Screen Settings 3
Startup Screen
Specify whether or not a startup screen should be projected whenever projector
power is turned on, and select the image to be used as the startup screen.
Logo: Projects a logo built into the projector or a user logo (page 75) as the startup
screen.
None*: Disables startup screen projection.
Screen Settings 3
No Signal Screen
Select one of the following as the projection image whenever there is no input signal
being input to the projector: “Blue”* (blue screen), “Black” (black screen), “Logo”
(projector built-in logo, or user logo, page 75).
Screen Settings 3
Blank Screen
Select one of the following as the projection image whenever the [BLANK] key is
pressed: “Blue”* (blue screen), “Black” (black screen), “Logo” (projector built-in
logo, or user logo, page 75).
Screen Settings 3
Digital Screen Shift
See “Digital Screen Shift” (page 61).
Screen Settings 3
Restore Menu Defaults
Return all of the items in the “Screen Settings” main menu to their initial defaults for
the currently projecting image source.
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Use this menu item:
To do this:
Input Settings 3
Specify the method to be used to identify the COMPUTER IN 1/COMPUTER IN 2
COMPUTER1 Terminal/
terminal input signal.
COMPUTER2 Terminal (RC) Auto*: Projector automatically identifies the COMPUTER IN 1/COMPUTER IN 2
terminal input signal.
RGB: Always assumes the COMPUTER IN 1/COMPUTER IN 2 terminal input signal
is an RGB signal.
Component: Always assumes the COMPUTER IN 1/COMPUTER IN 2 terminal input
signal is a component video signal.
Input Settings 3
Video Signal (V)
Input Settings 3
S-Video Signal (V)
Specify the method to be used to identify the video signal being input to the
projector (VIDEO terminal or S-VIDEO terminal input signal).
Auto*: Projector automatically identifies the video input signal.
NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL60, SECAM:
Always assumes the video input signal is the specified video signal type.
Input Settings 3
Signal Name Indicator
Specify whether the newly selected input signal type should be displayed (On*) or
not displayed (Off) when the [INPUT] key is pressed to change the input signal.
Input Settings 3
Restore Menu Defaults
Return all of the items in the “Input Settings” main menu to their initial defaults for the
currently projecting image source.
Option Settings 1 3
Auto Adjust (R)
Specify whether the projector should detect the RGB input signal type (resolution,
frequency) and adjust the projection image accordingly.
On*: Auto Adjust enabled.
Off: Auto Adjust disabled.
Option Settings 1 3
Eco Mode
See “Eco Mode (ECO)” (page 51).
Option Settings 1 3
Auto Power Off
Specify the amount of time of projector operation and input signal inactivity to be
allowed before Auto Power Off is triggered to turn off projector power automatically.
Auto Power Off can be disabled, if you want.
5 min, 10 min*, 15 min, 20 min, 30 min: Time until Auto Power off is triggered.
Off: Disables Auto Power Off.
Option Settings 1 3
Password
See “Password Protection” (page 62).
Option Settings 1 3
Direct Power On
Enable (On) and disable (Off*) projector auto power on as soon as the projector’s AC
adapter is plugged into a power outlet.
Option Settings 1 3
Language
Specify the display language.
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian,
Polish, Finnish, Czech, Turkish, Russian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional),
Korean, Japanese, Thai, Indonesian, Malay, Vietnamese, Lithuanian
Important!
z Some menus and messages may be displayed in English, regardless of the
language selected here.
Option Settings 1 3
Restore Menu Defaults
Return all of the items in the “Option Settings 1” main menu to their initial defaults for
the currently projecting image source.
Option Settings 2 3
Plug and Play
Specify whether the projector input source should switch automatically (Plug and
Play: On*) when a supported external USB device is connected to the projector’s
USB-A port.
Note
z Regardless of the setting of this item, plug-and-play is disabled while the
projector is in the 3D input mode. See “3D Input Mode” on page 15 for
information.
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Use this menu item:
To do this:
Option Settings 2 3
Audio Out
Use this sub-menu to specify whether audio input from the input sources below
should be output to the speaker (Speaker*) or output to an external destination
(Line)*1.
z File Viewer (Movie playback audio)
z Network (Video stream projection movie audio)
z USB Display
z HDMI
*1 When Line is specified, the projector will output audio from its AUDIO OUT
terminal.
Option Settings 2 3
High Altitude
Turn the high-altitude fan speed setting on or off in accordance with the altitude of
the area where you are using the projector.
On: Select this setting when using the projector in a high altitude (1,500 to
3,000 meters / 5,000 to 10,000 feet above sea level) area where air is thin. This
setting increases cooling efficiency.
Off*: Select this setting at normal altitudes (up to 1,500 meters / 5,000 feet).
Important!
z Do not use this projector at altitudes greater than 3,000 meters (10,000 feet)
above sea level.
Option Settings 2 3
Control Panel Lock
Disable projector unit key operations.
See “Control Panel Lock” (page 65) for more information.
Option Settings 2 3
Standby RGB/Audio
Use this sub-menu to configure the projector for output of the video signal from the
COMPUTER IN 1 terminal to the MONITOR OUT terminal, and output of the audio
signal from the AUDIO IN 1 terminal and MIC terminal to the AUDIO OUT terminal
while the projector is in standby (projector off with power being supplied).
Output: Select this setting to output video and audio signals while the projector is in
standby.
No Output*: Select this setting not to output video and audio signals while the
projector is in standby.
Note
z When “Output” is selected for this setting, audio is output from the AUDIO
OUT terminal during standby, regardless of the projector’s current “Option
Settings 2 3 Audio Out” setting.
z Input signals from the COMPUTER IN 2 terminal and AUDIO IN 2 terminal
cannot be output from the MONITOR OUT terminal and AUDIO OUT
terminal during projector standby.
Option Settings 2 3
Closed Caption (V)
Use this sub-menu to specify whether to display closed captions when projecting a
video signal that includes them.
Off*: Closed captions not displayed.
CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4: Indicates the current closed caption output setting (CC1,
CC2, CC3, and CC4).
Note
z Keystone correction does not affect displayed closed caption text.
Option Settings 2 3
Timer Function
Display the timer function menu. For details, see “Using the Presentation Timer
(TIMER)” (page 52).
Option Settings 2 3
Microphone Input Level
Adjusts the volume level of audio input from the MIC terminal within the range of 0*
(mute) to 3 (maximum).
Option Settings 2 3
Restore Menu Defaults
Return all of the items in the “Option Settings 2” main menu to their initial defaults for
the currently projecting image source.
Multimedia Settings 3
Autorun
Specify whether to use (Enable*) or not use (Disable) the autorun function. For
details, see “Autorun” (page 32).
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Use this menu item:
To do this:
Multimedia Settings 3
Functions (F)
Display the same menu (Function Menu) that appears when the remote controller’s
[FUNC] key is pressed.
Multimedia Settings 3
Internal Storage Function
(RCVHD)
Access projector internal memory from a computer. For details, see “To copy files
from a computer to projector internal memory” (page 18).
Network Settings
Access projector wireless LAN connection setting and network setting items. For
details, see the separate “Network Function Guide”.
Operational Info (RCVHDFT) Display the projector information below.
Input Signal, Signal Name, Resolution, Horizontal Frequency, Vertical Frequency,
Scan System, Light Time, Version (projector ROM version)
Restore All Defaults 3
Unit Operating Time
Display the cumulative operating time of this unit.
This time cannot be initialized.
Restore All Defaults 3
Restore All Defaults
Initialize all Setup Menu item settings, except for those below.
Option Settings 1 3 Language, Option Settings 1 3 Power On Password,
Operational Info 3 Light Time, Operational Info 3 Version,
Restore All Defaults 3 Unit Operating Time
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Digital Screen Shift
You can use the procedures in this section to reduce the size of the projected image while maintaining
its aspect ratio and to shift the projection image vertically or horizontally, without physically moving
the projector.
To adjust the projection image size and position using Digital
Screen Shift
1.
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
2.
Use the [T] key to select “Screen Settings”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
3.
Use the [T] key to select “Digital Screen Shift”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
4.
After confirming that “Reposition Digital Screen Shift” is selected, press the
[ENTER] key.
z This displays the “Digital Screen Shift” dialog box.
5.
Use the [D-ZOOM –] and [D-ZOOM +] keys to adjust the size of the projection
image.
z You can change the zoom factor within the range of 84% to 100%.
z If a zoom factor that is less than 100% is specified, you can also perform the step 6 and 7
below to reposition the projection image. If 100% is specified, jump to step 8 of this
procedure.
6.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to shift the projection image vertically.
7.
Use the [W] and [X] keys to shift the projection image horizontally.
8.
After the image is the way you want, press the [ESC] key to close the “Digital
Screen Shift” dialog box.
9.
Press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
To return the projection image size and position to their initial
defaults
1.
Perform steps 1 through 3 under “To adjust the projection image size and
position using Digital Screen Shift”.
2.
Use the [T] key to select “Restore Default Digital Screen Shift” and then press
the [ENTER] key.
3.
Press the [S] key to select “Yes”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
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Password Protection
The operations described below can be password protected on the projector. You can have only one
password assigned to the projector at any time, and the same password is used for operations.
z Projector startup protection
The projector can be configured so a dialog box prompting input of the password is displayed
whenever the projector is turned on. In this case, further operation of the projector is not possible
unless the correct password is input. This protects against unauthorized use of the projector.
z Using projector internal storage
Attempting to access the projector internal storage function (page 18) from the Setup Menu causes
a password input dialog box to appear. This protects against inadvertent and unauthorized deletion
or replacement of files in projector internal memory.
Use the “Power On Password” and “Internal Storage Password” settings to turn password protection
for the above operations on or off individually.
Using the Password Feature
Note the following precautions whenever you use the password feature.
z The password feature protects against unauthorized use of the projector. Note that it is not an
anti-theft measure.
z You will need to enter the initial factory default password the first time you use the projector after
turning on the password feature. Change the initial factory default password to a different one of
your choice as soon as possible after turning on the password feature.
z Remember that password operations are always performed using the remote controller, so you
should take care not to lose or misplace the remote controller.
z Also note that you will not be able to input the password if the remote controller batteries are dead.
Replace the remote control batteries as soon as possible after it starts to go low.
If you forget your password...
If you forget the password, you will need to bring the following two items to your CASIO distributor to
have the password cleared. Note that you will be charged to have the password cleared.
1. Personal identification (original or copy of your driver’s license, employee I.D., etc.)
2. Projector unit
Note that your CASIO distributor will not be able to clear the password of your projector unless you
bring both of the items listed above.
Also, keep the projector’s warranty in a safe place.
Important!
z Having your password cleared using the procedure described above will return all of the
settings of your projector, except for the Light Time, to their initial factory defaults.
Keep a written record of your password!
You will not be able to use the projector if you forget its password. We strongly suggest that you keep
a written or other type of record of the password so you can look it up when necessary.
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To change the password
1.
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
2.
Use the [T] key to select “Option Settings 1”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
3.
Use the [T] key to select “Password”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This will display a dialog box prompting you to enter the current password.
4.
Enter the current password.
z The password of your projector is not really a “word” made up of letters, but rather a
sequence of remote controller key inputs.
z If the projector is still protected by the factory default password, perform the key operation
shown below to enter it.
[S] [T] [W] [X] [S] [T] [W] [X]
5.
After entering the current password, press the [ENTER] key.
z This displays the Password screen.
6.
Use the [T] key to select “Change Password”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This will display a dialog box prompting you to enter the new password.
7.
Enter a key sequence up to eight key operations long.
z You can use any of the following keys as part of your password key sequence.
[INPUT], [MENU], [BLANK], [FREEZE], [ECO], [VOLUME +], [VOLUME –], [D-ZOOM +],
[D-ZOOM –], [KEYSTONE +], [KEYSTONE –], [S], [T], [W], [X], [TIMER], [AUTO], [ASPECT],
[FUNC]
8.
After entering the new password, press the [ENTER] key.
z This will display a dialog box prompting you to enter the same password again.
9.
Re-enter the same password key sequence you entered in step 7 and then press
the [ENTER] key.
z The message “Your new password has been registered.” indicates that the password has
been changed. Press the [ESC] key.
z If the password you entered in this step is different from the one you entered in step 7, the
message “The password you input is wrong.” appears. Press the [ESC] key to return to step 7.
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To change the power on password setting
1.
Perform steps 1 through 5 under “To change the password” (page 63) and
display the Password screen.
2.
After confirming that “Power On Password” is selected, use the [W] and [X] keys
to select either the “On” or “Off” setting.
z Changing the setting from “Off” to “On” will cause the “Prompt for password when power is
turned on?” dialog box to appear. Press the [ENTER] key to confirm that you want to turn on
power on password protection, or [ESC] to exit the dialog box without changing the setting.
3.
After you are finished, press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
To change the projector internal storage function password
1.
Perform steps 1 through 5 under “To change the password” (page 63) and
display the Password screen.
2.
Press the [T] key to select “Internal Storage Password”.
3.
Use the [W] and [X] keys to select “On” or “Off”.
z Changing the setting from “Off” to “On” will cause the “Prompt for password when an internal
storage operation is performed?” dialog box to appear. Press the [ENTER] key to confirm that
you want to turn on internal storage password protection, or [ESC] to exit the dialog box
without changing the setting.
4.
After you are finished, press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
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Control Panel Lock
Control panel lock disables (locks) all of the projectors keys, except for the [P] (Power) key. This limits
projector operation to the remote controller, which protects against inadvertent mis-operation.
To lock the control panel
1.
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
2.
Use the [T] key to select “Option Settings 2”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
3.
Use the [T] key to select “Control Panel Lock”.
4.
Use the [W] key to select “On”.
5.
When the confirmation dialog box appears, press the [ENTER] key.
z This disables (locks) all projector keys except for the [P] (Power) key.
6.
After you are finished, press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
Note
z Even if the control panel is locked, you can clear a warning message (page 68) that appears on
the projection screen by pressing the projector’s [ESC] key.
To unlock the control panel
Perform either of the following operations.
z On the projector, hold down the [T] key until the message “Control panel was unlocked.” appears.
z To use the remote controller to unlock the control panel, perform the procedure under “To lock the
control panel” above. In step 4, press the [X] key of the remote controller to select “Off” and then
press the [MENU] key.
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Cleaning the Projector
Make it a habit to clean the projector at regular intervals as described in this section. Before cleaning
the projector, be sure to unplug it from the power outlet and make sure it is cooled down completely.
Cleaning the Projector Exterior
Wipe the exterior of the projector with a soft cloth that has been moistened in a weak solution of water
and a mild neutral detergent. Be sure to wring all excess moisture from the cloth before wiping.
Never use benzene, alcohol, thinner, or any other volatile agent for cleaning.
Cleaning the Lens
Carefully wipe the lens with a commercially available lens cloth or optical lens paper, like those for
eyeglasses or camera lenses. When cleaning the lens, do not apply undue force and take care to avoid
damaging the lens.
Cleaning Vents
Dust and dirt tend to collect around the intake vents. Because of this, you should use a vacuum
cleaner to clean away accumulated dust and dirt periodically as shown below.
Important!
z Continued use of the projector after dust has accumulated around the intake vents can cause
overheating of internal components and lead to malfunction.
z Certain operating conditions also can cause dirt and dust to accumulate around the
projector’s exhaust vents. If this happens, use the same procedure as that described above to
clean the exhaust vents.
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Troubleshooting
Indicators
Indicators keep you informed about the current operational status of the projector. The following
shows what the indicators look like when operation is normal.
When the indicators appear
like this:
POWER/
STANDBY
LIGHT
TEMP
It means this:
You have just plugged the AC power cord into a power outlet. Wait
until the projector enters the standby state (see below) before trying
to turn on power.
z
z
z
Red
Amber
Amber
z
c
c
Standby state: The AC power cord is plugged in and the projector is
in standby.
Projector is warming up after being turned on.
Red
z
z
Green
Amber
Amber
z
c
c
Projector is on and standing by for use.
“Off” is selected for the projector’s Eco Mode (page 51) setting.
z
z
c
Green
Green
Projector is on and standing by for use.
“On (Auto)” or “On (Manual)” is selected for the projector’s Eco Mode
(page 51) setting.
c
Projector is performing internal power down processes.
Green
c
Red
z : Lit
: Flashing
c : Unlit
When a warning message appears on the projection screen, or when the POWER/STANDBY, LIGHT,
and TEMP indicators are lit or flashing in a pattern other than those shown above, it means that a
projector error has occurred. For details, see “Error Indicators and Warning Messages” (below).
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Error Indicators and Warning Messages
Warning messages and indicators let you know what the problem is when a projector error occurs.
z When an error occurs, wait until the fan stops before unplugging the AC power cord. If you unplug
the AC power cord while the fan is still operating, an error may occur when you plug the AC power
cord back in.
z Press the [ESC] key to clear the warning message.
Indicator/Error Message
POWER
: Green steady
LIGHT
: –
TEMP
: –
Message
: Internal temperature is too
high. Check projector air
vents for blockage.
POWER
: Green steady J
Red steady
LIGHT
: –
TEMP
: –
Message
: Internal temperature is too
high. The projector will
turn off.
POWER
: Red steady
LIGHT
: Red steady
TEMP
: Red steady
Message
: There is a problem with
the fan. The projector will
turn off.
POWER
: Red steady
LIGHT
: –
TEMP
: Red steady
Message
: A system problem has
occurred. The projector
will turn off.
POWER
: Green steady
LIGHT
: –
TEMP
: –
Message
: There is some problem
with the system.
The audio function may
not operate correctly.
Description and Required Action
The projector’s internal temperature is very high. Perform the following
steps.
1 Check for any blocking of the projector’s intake vents and exhaust
vents, and make sure that there is sufficient space around the
projector. See “Setup Precautions” (page 9).
2 If there is dust accumulated around the intake vents and/or exhaust
vents, turn off the projector and remove it. See “Cleaning the
Projector” (page 66).
Power has turned off automatically due to internal overheating. Perform
the following steps.
1 Check for any blocking of the projector’s intake vents and exhaust
vents, and make sure that there is sufficient space around the
projector. See “Setup Precautions” (page 9).
2 If there is dust accumulated around the intake vents and/or exhaust
vents, remove it. See “Cleaning the Projector” (page 66).
If there is no problem with the projector’s vents, confirm that the POWER/
STANDBY indicator is lit red (without flashing), and then turn power back
on again. If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact
your retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
Power has turned off automatically due to a fan problem. Confirm that the
POWER/STANDBY indicator is lit red (without flashing) and that the fan
has stopped. After checking the POWER/STANDBY indicator, disconnect
the power cord from the projector and wait for all of the projector’s
indicators to go out. Next, reconnect the power cord and turn projector
power back on.
If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your
retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
Power has turned off automatically due to a system problem. After
confirming that the POWER/STANDBY indicator is lit red (without
flashing), disconnect the power cord from the projector and wait for all of
the projector’s indicators to go out. Next, reconnect the power cord and
turn the projector back on.
If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your
retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
A system problem has occurred, which may cause problems with some
functions. Turn off the projector, disconnect the power cord from the
projector and wait for all of the projector’s indicators to go out. Next,
reconnect the power cord and turn the projector back on.
If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your
retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
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Indicator/Error Message
POWER
: Green steady
LIGHT
: –
TEMP
: –
Message
: Some problem occurred
with the USB port or LAN
terminal.
POWER
: Red steady
LIGHT
: –
TEMP
: Red steady
Message
: –
POWER
: Red steady
LIGHT
: Red flashing
(0.5-second interval)
TEMP
: Red flashing
(0.5-second interval)
Message
: –
POWER
: Red steady
LIGHT
: Not lit or red flashing
TEMP
: Red flashing
(2-second interval)
Message
: –
POWER
: Red steady
LIGHT
: –
TEMP
: Amber flashing
(1-second interval)
Message
: –
Description and Required Action
The USB connection or LAN connection was terminated because of a
problem with the USB port or LAN terminal. Turn off the projector and
then turn it back on again.
If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your
retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
The projector was turned off automatically due to some problem that was
probably caused by external digital noise or some other reason. Confirm
that the POWER/STANDBY indicator is lit red (without flashing). After
checking the POWER/STANDBY indicator, disconnect the power cord
from the projector and wait for all of the projector’s indicators to go out.
Next, reconnect the power cord and turn projector power back on.
If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your
retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
The projector was turned off automatically because the light source unit
turned off or did not turn on. After confirming that the POWER/STANDBY
indicator is lit red (without flashing), unplug the power cord. Wait for a
short while and then plug it back in and turn on the projector again.
If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your
retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
Power has turned off automatically due to a projector memory error.
Confirm that the POWER/STANDBY indicator is lit red (without flashing).
After checking the POWER/STANDBY indicator, disconnect the power
cord from the projector and wait for all of the projector’s indicators to go
out. Next, reconnect the power cord and turn projector power back on.
If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your
retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
Power has turned off automatically because the light source unit cover is
open. Perform the following steps.
1 After confirming that the POWER/STANDBY indicator is lit red (without
flashing), disconnect the power cord from the projector.
2 Check to make sure that the light source unit cover is closed.
3 Plug the power cord back in and turn the projector back on again.
If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your
retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
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Projector Troubleshooting
Check the following items whenever you experience any problem with the projector.
Problem
Cause and Recommended Action
Power does not turn on.
z If the POWER/STANDBY indicator is not lit, the AC power cord is not connected
correctly. Connect the AC power cord correctly.
z If the TEMP or LIGHT indicator remains flashing or lit, it means some type of error
has occurred. See “Error Indicators and Warning Messages” (page 68).
No image is projected or
the projected image is
abnormal.
z The computer or video device connected to the projector is not turned on or it is
not outputting a video signal. Make sure the connected computer or video device
is turned on, and perform the required operation on it to output a video signal.
z The correct output source is not selected on the projector. On the projector, select
the correct input source that corresponds to the connected device.
z Images may not project correctly when you have the component output terminal of
a video device connected to the COMPUTER IN (1 or 2) terminal of the projector.
Connect to the VIDEO or S-VIDEO terminal.
Image color or display is
very abnormal.
The wrong option (“Component” or “RGB”) may be selected for the “Input Settings J
COMPUTER1 Terminal (or COMPUTER2 Terminal)” setting on the setup menu. The
image will not be projected correctly if “Component” is selected while the projector’s
COMPUTER IN (1 or 2) terminal is connected to the RGB output terminal of a
computer, or if “RGB” is selected while the projector’s COMPUTER IN (1 or 2)
terminal is connected to the component video output terminal of a video device. On
the setup menu, select “Auto” for the “Input Settings J COMPUTER1 Terminal (or
COMPUTER2 Terminal)” setting. See page 58.
I can’t understand
messages or menus
because they are the
wrong language.
Perform the following operation to select the language you want. See page 58.
1. Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
2. If the input signal is HDMI, press [T] four times and then press the [ENTER] key. If
the input signal is not HDMI, press [T] five times and then press the [ENTER] key.
3. Press [S] twice and then press the [ENTER] key to display the language selection
menu.
4. Use the [T] and [S] keys to move the highlighting to the language you want to
select and then press the [ENTER] key.
5. Press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
No sound
z The projector’s volume level setting may be too low or muted. Press the remote
controller [VOLUME] key and then use [W] and [X] to adjust the volume level. See
page 47.
z The volume level setting of the device connected to the projector is too low or the
other device is not outputting audio. Adjust the volume level of the connected
device.
z The audio output of the connected device may not be connected correctly to the
projector’s AUDIO IN terminal. Check the connection. See “Connecting Projector
Cables” (page 10).
z When the input source is HDMI, File Viewer, Network or USB Display, “Line” may
be selected for the “Option Settings 2 J Audio Out” setting on the setup menu.
Change the “Audio Out” setting to “Speaker”. See page 59.
Strange color
The input signal may not match projector settings. Try doing the following.
– Use the [BRIGHT] key to adjust image brightness.
– Use the [COLOR MODE] key to change the color mode.
– On the setup menu, use “Image Adjustment 1 J Color Balance” to adjust the
projection image color balance.
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Problem
Cause and Recommended Action
Text is blurry.
z The image may be out of focus. Adjust image focus.
z The current frequency and/or phase setting do not match the input signal. (Applies
only when the input source is an RGB signal.) Press the [AUTO] key to execute an
automatic adjustment operation.
z On the setup menu, perform the “Image Adjustment 2 J Frequency” and “Image
Adjustment 2 J Phase” adjustments. (Applies only when the input source is an
RGB signal.) See page 56.
The message “Please input
the password.” appears
and further operation is not
possible.
The “Option Settings 1 J Power On Password” setting on the setup menu is turned
on, so the projector is password protected. Input the correct password, and then
press the [ENTER] key. See page 62.
The remote controller does
not work.
z The remote controller batteries may be dead. Replace the batteries.
z The remote controller may be too far from the projector. Make sure the remote
controller is within about five meters from the projector when performing
operations.
The TEMP or LIGHT
indicator is flashing or lit.
An error occurred. See “Error Indicators and Warning Messages” (page 68).
The light source unit does
not light.
The light source unit has reached the end of its service life or it is malfunctioning.
Contact your original dealer or authorized CASIO service center for replacement.
Power suddenly turns off
and the projector restarts.
The projector periodically performs a self-check operation. In rare cases, the result of
a self-check may cause the projector to restart automatically. This normally does not
indicate malfunction, so you can continue using the projector.
However, malfunction may be indicated if successive restarts keep occurring. If this
happens contact your original dealer or authorized CASIO service center.
Important!
z Try performing the following steps, which may or may not return the projector to normal
operation.
1. Unplug the AC power cord and wait for at least 10 minutes.
2. Plug the power cord back in and turn the projector back on again.
z If normal operation does not resume after you perform the above steps, take the projector to
your retailer or authorized CASIO service center.
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Appendix
Connecting to a Component Video Output
This section explains how to establish a component video connection between the projector and a
video device.
z Component video output terminals come in 3-terminal sets: Y·Cb·Cr or Y·Pb·Pr. Be sure to match
the colors of the plugs on a component video cable with the colors of the terminals (Green: Y;
Blue: Cb/Pb; Red: Cr/Pr).
z Note that connection only to an analog component video output terminal is supported.
Connection to a digital output terminal is not supported.
Stereo mini plug Ù Pin plug type audio cable
(commercially available)
Red
White
Projector
AUDIO IN 1 terminal
AUDIO IN 2 terminal
To audio output terminals
Video device
To component video
output terminals
COMPUTER IN 2 terminal
COMPUTER IN 1 terminal
Component video cable (commercially available)
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Connecting to a Composite Video Output or S-Video
Output
S-video cable (commercially available)
Projector
To S-VIDEO terminal
To S-video output
terminal
Video device
To video/audio output terminal
Yellow: To VIDEO
terminal
Red: To AUDIO IN R terminal
White: To AUDIO IN L
terminal
Pin plug type video/audio cable
(commercially available)
Note
z Note that regardless of whether the image being projected is being input via the projector’s
S-VIDEO terminal or VIDEO terminal, the projector outputs audio that is input via the
projector’s AUDIO IN L/R terminals.
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Using the MONITOR OUT Terminal
The MONITOR OUT terminal of the projector outputs the video signal being input via the COMPUTER
IN 1 terminal or COMPUTER IN 2 terminal as-is. This makes it possible to simultaneously output the
projection image to another display.
Note
z The signals output from the MONITOR OUT terminal when the projector is turned on depends
on the selected input source as shown in the table below.
When this input source is selected:
The video input signal from this terminal is output to the
MONITOR OUT terminal:
Computer 1
COMPUTER IN 1
Computer 2
COMPUTER IN 2
Video, S-Video, HDMI, File Viewer,
CASIO USB Tool, Network, USB Display
The video input signal is output from either Computer 1 or
Computer 2, in accordance with the last selected input source
(COMPUTER IN 1 terminal or COMPUTER IN 2 terminal).*
* For example, even if the input source is switched from Computer 1 to S-Video, the
MONITOR OUT terminal continues output the video input signal from COMPUTER IN 1.
z The projector can be configured so the input signal from the COMPUTER IN 1 terminal is
output to MONITOR OUT terminal, while the input signal from the AUDIO IN 1 terminal is
output to AUDIO OUT terminal, even if the projector is in the standby state. For details, see
“Option Settings 2 3 Standby RGB/Audio” (page 59).
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Updating Firmware and Transferring a User Logo
The projector’s firmware (software in the projector flash ROM) can be updated and user logo images
can be transferred to the projector from a computer connected to the projector’s LOGO port (USB
port for ROM updating) with a USB cable.
To connect the projector’s LOGO port with a computer’s USB
port
Use a commercially available USB cable to connect the projector’s LOGO port to the computer’s USB
port.
LOGO port
Use a USB cable with a micro USB plug on one end for connection to the projector’s LOGO port, and
a plug on the other end with a shape that is compatible with the computer USB port.
Note
z For details about how to update the firmware and how to transfer a user logo to the projector,
see the “User Logo Transfer Guide” and the “Projector Firmware Update Guide”, which are
available at the CASIO website.
Hanging the Projector from a Ceiling
The projector can be hung from a ceiling. When doing so, the projector should be turned upside down,
and secured to the ceiling.
For full details, contact the retailer where you purchased the projector.
Important!
z When hanging the projector from a ceiling, make sure that it is at least one meter away from
fire detectors, fire alarms, and other fire protection devices. Locating the projector too close to
a fire protection device creates the risk of mis-operation of the device due to warm air
exhausted from the projector. Also, avoid locating the projector close to fluorescent lights or
other strong light sources. Bright light can shorten the operating range of the remote controller
or even make remote control impossible. When selecting a location for the projector, be sure
to test for proper operation of the remote controller.
z The vertical and horizontal orientation of the projected image is reversed from the normal
configuration when projecting from a projector hung from the ceiling. You need to change the
setup of the projector in order to correct for this. For details, see “Screen Settings 3 Ceiling
Mount” (page 57) under “Setup Menu Settings”.
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Projection Distance and Screen Size
The projection distance values below are for reference when setting up the projector.
h
L
Projection Size
Screen
Size
Diagonal
(cm)
Projection Distance
(Distance to projector front):
L (cm / inch)
Height from Projector Bottom to
Screen Bottom:
h (cm / inch)
50
127
6 / 2.4
24 / 9.4
60
152
13 / 5.1
27 / 10.6
80
203
27 / 10.6
32 / 12.6
100
254
40 / 15.7
38 / 15
110
279
47 / 18.5
40 / 15.7
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Aspect Ratio Setting and Projection Image
The following shows how images are projected in accordance with the type of the input signal and the
aspect ratio setting of the projector.
Input source: RGB or HDMI (PC)
Input Signal
Normal
Full
16:9
4:3
True
SVGA (800 × 600)
XGA (1024 × 768)
WXGA (1280 × 800)
SXGA (1280 × 1024)
Input source: Video, component or HDMI (DTV)
Input Signal
Normal
16:9
4:3 Aspect Image
Squeezed Image
Letter Box Image
16:9 Aspect Image
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4:3
Letter Box
Supported Signals
Important!
z Even if a signal is listed in the table below, it does not guarantee that you will be able to
display its images correctly.
RGB Signal
VESA
Signal Name
Resolution
Horizontal Frequency
(kHz)
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
640 × 480/60
640 × 480
31.5
60
640 × 480/72
640 × 480
37.9
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640 × 480/75
640 × 480
37.5
75
640 × 480/85
640 × 480
43.3
85
800 × 600/56
800 × 600
35.2
56
800 × 600/60
800 × 600
37.9
60
800 × 600/72
800 × 600
48.1
72
800 × 600/75
800 × 600
46.9
75
800 × 600/85
800 × 600
53.7
85
1024 × 768/60
1024 × 768
48.4
60
1024 × 768/70
1024 × 768
56.5
70
1024 × 768/75
1024 × 768
60.0
75
1024 × 768/85
1024 × 768
68.7
85
1152 × 864/75
1152 × 864
67.5
75
1280 × 768/60
1280 × 768
47.8
60
1280 × 800/60
1280 × 800
49.7
60
1280 × 960/60
1280 × 960
60.0
60
1280 × 1024/60
1280 × 1024
64.0
60
1280 × 1024/75
1280 × 1024
80.0
75
1280 × 1024/85
1280 × 1024
91.1
85
1366 × 768/60
1366 × 768
47.7
60
1400 × 1050/60
1400 × 1050
65.3
60
1440 × 900/60
1440 × 900
55.9
60
1600 × 1200/60
1600 × 1200
75.0
60
1680 × 1050/60
1680 × 1050
65.3
60
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Component Signal
HDTV
SDTV
Signal Name
Horizontal Frequency (kHz)
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
1080p/50
56.3
50
1080p/60
67.5
60
720p/50
37.5
50
720p/60
45.0
60
1080i/50
28.1
50
1080i/60
33.7
60
576p/50
31.3
50
576i/50
16.6
50
480p/60
31.5
60
480i/60
15.7
60
Video Signal
Signal Name
Horizontal Frequency (kHz)
NTSC
15.7
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
60
NTSC4.43
15.7
60
PAL
15.6
50
PAL-M
15.7
60
PAL-N
15.6
50
PAL60
15.7
60
SECAM
15.6
50
HDMI Signal
Signal Name
Horizontal Frequency (kHz)
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
640 × 480/60
31.5
60
800 × 600/60
37.9
60
1024 × 768/60
48.4
60
1280 × 768/60
47.8
60
1280 × 800/60
49.7
60
1280 × 960/60
60
60
1280 × 1024/60
64
60
1400 × 1050/60
65.3
60
SDTV (480p)
31.5
60
SDTV (576p)
31.25
50
HDTV (720p) (50)
37.5
50
HDTV (720p) (60)
45
60
HDTV (1080i) (50)
28.13
50
HDTV (1080i) (60)
33.75
60
HDTV (1080p) (50)
56.25
50
HDTV (1080p) (60)
67.5
60
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3D Signals (3D Input Mode)
RGB Signal
Signal Name
Horizontal Frequency
(kHz)
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
640 × 480/60
31.5
60
640 × 480/120
61.7
120
800 × 600/60
37.9
60
800 × 600/120
77.2
120
1024 × 768/60
48.4
60
1024 × 768/120
98.8
120
1280 × 768/60
47.8
60
1280 × 768/120
97.4
120
1280 × 800/60
49.7
60
1280 × 800/120
101.6
120
15.7
60
Video Signal, S-video Signal NTSC
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Projector RS-232C Control
When there is a serial connection between the projector and a computer, you can control the projector
using RS-232C commands sent from the computer.
To establish a serial connection between the projector and a
computer
Connect the projector and computer as shown in the illustration below.
Projector
Computer
Serial port (RS-232C)
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
Commercially available serial cable (cross)
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Serial port*
Using Control Commands
This section explains the commands that are used to control the projector from a computer.
Command Send Format
Configure your computer’s serial port with the following settings.
Communication
Protocol
Data Rate
19200 bps
Data Bit
8 bit
Parity
None
Stop Bit
1 bit
Flow Control
None
Send this command when you want information about the current setup of the data
projector.
Read Command
Send Format
(<command name>?)
Receive Format
(<applicable command setting range>,<current setting>)
Command Send
Example
( VOL ? )
sent from the computer to the projector.
4
( 0 - 30 , 15 )
returned from the projector to the computer.
Send this command to control the data projector (power on/off, etc.) and to write data to it.
Send Format
Write Command
Command Send
Example
(<command name><setting value>)
( VOL 0 )
sent from the computer to the projector.
4
Projector volume setting becomes 0 (mute).
z See the “Command List” for details about command names and settings.
z All commands use ASCII characters and decimal format integers.
z The projector will return a question mark (?) when it is sent a command it cannot recognize. Also,
any command that attempts to set a value that is outside the applicable allowable range will be
ignored.
z If the projector is performing a process initiated by a previously sent command, a projector key
operation, or a remote controller key operation, send of the next command must wait until the
projector completes the previous process.
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Command List
z Only the following functions are supported while the projector is turned off. Do not try to send any
other command to the projector.
z Power on/off: Read
z Power on: Write
z Get light time: Read
z Input of a valid signal must be in progress in order to use a command to turn on blank screen or
change the aspect ratio.
R: Read enabled W: Write enabled
Command
Name
RW
Power On/Off:
PWR
RW
0: Off, 1: On
Input Switching:
0: Switches the input source to the COMPUTER 1 terminal
and changes the COMPUTER 1 terminal setting to RGB.
1: Switches the input source to COMPUTER 1 terminal and
changes the COMPUTER 1 terminal setting to
component.
2: Switches the input source to Video.
3: Switches the input source to the COMPUTER 2 terminal
and changes the COMPUTER 2 terminal setting to RGB.
4: Switches the input source to COMPUTER 2 terminal and
changes the COMPUTER 2 terminal setting to
component.
6: Switches the input source to COMPUTER 1 terminal and
changes the COMPUTER 1 terminal setting to Auto.
7: Switches the input source to HDMI.
8: Switches the input source to Network.
9: Switches the input source to S-video.
10: Switches the input source to COMPUTER 2 terminal and
changes the COMPUTER 2 terminal setting to Auto.
11: Switches the input source to File Viewer.
12: Switches the input source to USB Display.
13: Switches the input source to CASIO USB Tool.
SRC
RW
0: RGB1, 1: Component 1,
2: Video, 3: RGB2,
4: Component 2,
6: Auto1 (RGB/Component),
7: HDMI, 8: Network,
9: S-Video,
10: Auto2 (RGB/Component),
11: File Viewer,
12: USB Display,
13: CASIO USB Tool
Blank Screen: Switches the blank screen on or off.
BLK
RW
0: Off, 1: On
Volume: Specifies a value to adjust the volume level. This
setting is applied to the input source signal that is
currently being projected by the projector.
VOL
RW
0 to 30
Color Mode: Selects the color mode.
PST
RW
1: Graphics, 2: Theater,
3: Standard, 4: Blackboard,
5: Natural
Aspect Ratio: Specifies the aspect ratio.
ARZ
RW
0: Normal, 1: 16:9,
2: 4:3, 3: Letter Box,
4: Full, 5: True, 6: 4:3 (Forced)
Get Light Time: Gets the light time from the projector.
LMP
R
Eco Mode: Enter Eco Mode.
PMD
RW
Function
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Setting Range
0- Unit: Hours
0: Off (Bright), 1: Off (Normal),
2: On (Auto), 3: On (Manual 1),
4: On (Manual 2),
5: On (Manual 3),
6: On (Manual 4),
7: On (Manual 5)
Command
Name
RW
Freeze: Switches freeze on or off.
FRZ
RW
0: Off, 1: On
Keystone Correction:
Specifies the keystone correction setting as a value that
corresponds to the typical Setup Menu “Keystone
Correction” settings below.
0: Keystone Correction –60
60: Keystone Correction 0
120: Keystone Correction +60
Example: 65 here, specifies a setting equivalent to
Keystone Correction +5.
KST
RW
0 to 120
Keystone Correction +/–:
Raises or lowers the current keystone correction setting
by 1.
+: KSP
–: KSM
W
0 to 120
Key: Operation executed when a key is pressed.
KEY
W
1: S, 2: T, 3: W, 4: X,
5: ENTER, 6: ESC, 10: FUNC,
11: MENU, 12: POWER,
13: AUTO, 14: INPUT,
15: TIMER, 16: ASPECT,
17: BLANK, 18: FREEZE,
19: ECO, 20: KEYSTONE +,
21: KEYSTONE –,
22: D-ZOOM +,
23: D-ZOOM –,
24: VOLUME +,
25: VOLUME –,
26: PLAY(
),
27: REWIND(
),
28: FORWARD(
),
29: PREVIOUS(
),
30: NEXT(
)
Setup Type: Specifies how the projector is set up relative to
screen for projection.
0: Projection to a screen in front of the
projector*1
1: Ceiling mounted projection from behind the
screen*2
2: Projection from behind the screen*1
3: Ceiling mounted projection to a screen in
front of the projector*2
POS
RW
0 to 3
APO: Used to change the Auto Power Off setting (trigger time
setting or Auto Power Off disable).
APO
RW
0: Off, 1: 5 minutes,
2: 10 minutes, 3: 15 minutes,
4: 20 minutes, 5: 30 minutes
Error: Reads the projector error status.
STS
R
0: Normal, 1: Fan error,
2: Temperature error,
7: Light error, 16: Other error
+: VLP
–: VLM
W
0 to 30
Function
Volume +/–: Raises or lowers the current volume setting by 1.
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Setting Range
Command
Name
RW
Mute: Switches mute on or off.
MUT
RW
0: Off, 1: On
Microphone Input Level: Adjusts the volume level of audio
input from the MIC terminal.
MIC
RW
0 to 3
Function
*1 Top of projector upwards
*2 Top of projector downwards
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Setting Range
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