Christie DWU775-E User manual

E Series
DHD675-E/DWU675-E/DHD775-E/DWU775-E
USER MANUAL
020-000515-01
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COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARKS
© 2012 Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. All rights reserved.
All brand names and product names are trademarks, registered trademarks or trade names of
their respective holders.
REGULATORY
The product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the product is operated in a commercial environment. The
product generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of the product in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at the user’s own expense.
WARNING! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Christie could void the user’s
authority to operate the product.
FOR COMMERCIAL USE ONLY - POUR USAGE COMMERCIAL UNIQUEMENT
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT
TO THE FOLLOWING 2 CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL
INTERFERENCE (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,
INCLUDING ANY INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
THIS CLASS A DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CANADIAN
INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS.
CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE CLASSE A EST CONFORME AUX NORMES DÉFINIES
DANS LES RÉGLEMENTATIONS CANADIENNES SUR LES APPAREILS CAUSANT
DES INTERFÉRENCES RADIO (CANADIAN INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT
REGULATIONS, ICES-003, CLASS A).
,
.
GENERAL
Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, however in some cases changes in the products
or availability could occur which may not be reflected in this document. Christie reserves the right
to make changes to specifications at any time without notice. Performance specifications are
typical, but may vary depending on conditions beyond Christie's control such as maintenance of
the product in proper working conditions. Performance specifications are based on information
available at the time of printing. Christie makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material,
including, but not limited to, implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose. Christie will not
be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with
the performance or use of this material.
The product is designed and manufactured with high-quality materials and components that can
be recycled and reused. This symbol
means that electrical and electronic equipment, at their
end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from regular waste. Please dispose of the product
appropriately and according to local regulations. In the European Union, there are separate
collection systems for used electrical and electronic products. Please help us to conserve the
environment we live in!
Canadian manufacturing facility is ISO 9001 and 14001 certified.
GENERAL WARRANTY STATEMENTS
For complete information about Christie’s limited warranty, please contact your Christie dealer. In
addition to the other limitations that may be specified in Christie’s limited warranty, the warranty
does not cover:
aaa Damage occurring during shipment, in either direction.
bbb Projector lamps (See Christie’s separate lamp program policy).
ccc Damage caused by use of a projector lamp beyond the recommended lamp life, or use of a lamp
supplied by a supplier other than Christie.
ddd Problems caused by combination of the product with non-Christie equipment, such as distribution
systems, cameras, video tape recorders, etc., or use of the product with any non-Christie interface
device.
eee Damage caused by misuse, improper power source, accident, fire, flood, lightening, earthquake or
other natural disaster.
fff Damage caused by improper installation/alignment, or by product modification, if by other than a
Christie authorized repair service provider.
ggg For LCD projectors, the warranty period specified applies only where the LCD projector is in “normal
use.” “Normal use” means the LCD projector is not used more than 8 hours a day, 5 days a week.
For any LCD projector where “normal use” is exceeded, warranty coverage under this warranty
terminates after 6000 hours of operation.
hhh Failure due to normal wear and tear.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventative maintenance is an important part of the continued and proper operation of your
product. Please see the Maintenance section for specific maintenance items as they relate to your
product. Failure to perform maintenance as required, and in accordance with the maintenance
schedule specified by Christie, will void the warranty.
Table of Contents
1. SAFETY
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Projector Components...................................................................................................2-1
Built-in Keypad..............................................................................................................2-3
Input/Output (I/O) Panel................................................................................................2-4
Remote Control.............................................................................................................2-5
LED Status Indicators....................................................................................................2-7
3. INSTALLATION
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Connect to Computer....................................................................................................3-1
Connect to Video Equipment.........................................................................................3-2
Turn the Projector On....................................................................................................3-3
Turn the Projector Off....................................................................................................3-3
Adjust the Projector Position.........................................................................................3-4
Calculate Lens Offset....................................................................................................3-5
Removing and Installing the Lens.................................................................................3-9
Ceiling Mount Installation..............................................................................................3-10
Stacking Installation.......................................................................................................3-11
3.9.1 Adapter Plate Installation......................................................................................3-11
3.9.2 Stacking................................................................................................................3-11
3.9.3 Stacking Multiple Projectors.................................................................................3-12
3.9.4 Stacking Alignment...............................................................................................3-13
4. OPERATION
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Size and Position Menu.................................................................................................4-2
Image Settings Menu.....................................................................................................4-7
Configuration Menu.......................................................................................................4-10
Lamp Menu....................................................................................................................4-16
Status Menu..................................................................................................................4-18
Input Switching & PIP Menu..........................................................................................4-19
Language Menu.............................................................................................................4-21
Test Pattern Menu.........................................................................................................4-21
Web User Interface........................................................................................................4-22
4.9.1 Logging On...........................................................................................................4-22
4.9.2 Main Tabbed Page – General..............................................................................4-22
4.9.3 Main Tabbed Page – Status.................................................................................4-23
4.9.4 Main Tabbed Page – Lens...................................................................................4-23
4.9.5 Network................................................................................................................4-24
4.9.6 Tools.....................................................................................................................4-26
4.9.7 Administrator Page...............................................................................................4-27
4.9.8 About Page...........................................................................................................4-27
4.10 Christie Presenter..........................................................................................................4-28
4.10.1 C
onnect to the Projector and Download Christie Presenter Software................ 4-28
4.10.2 Install Christie Presenter software......................................................................4-30
4.10.3 Use Christie Presenter.......................................................................................4-31
4.11 Card Reader Operation.................................................................................................4-36
4.12 Install the Lamp.............................................................................................................4-40
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Table of Contents
5. TROUBLESHOOTING
6. SPECIFICATIONS
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
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Inputs.............................................................................................................................6-1
PIP/PBP Compatibility...................................................................................................6-2
Key Features.................................................................................................................6-3
List of Components........................................................................................................6-4
Optional Accessories.....................................................................................................6-4
REGULATORY..............................................................................................................6-5
Declaration of Conformity for EU Countries..................................................................6-7
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Warning.................................................6-7
MENU TREE.................................................................................................................6-8
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Section 1: Safety
1.
SAFETY
Read through this document in its entirety and understand all warnings and
precautions before attempting to operate the projector.
WARNING
yy Do not look into the projector lens when the lamp is on. The bright light
may result in permanent eye damage.
yy To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this projector to
rain or moisture.
yy Do not open or disassemble the projector as this may cause electric shock.
yy When replacing the lamp, allow the projector to cool, and follow all
replacement instructions.
yy When you turn the projector off, wait 90 seconds for the projector to cool
down before you disconnect the projector from power.
yy Cooling the lamp during the ignition phase may lead to ignition failures.
After a successful lamp ignition, keep the lamp burning for at least 15
minutes to maintain lamp life.
yy When the lamp is approaching the end of its life, the message “Lamp is
approaching the end of its useful life in full power operation” appears on
the screen. Change the lamp when the warning message appears.
yy All installation and maintenance procedures must be performed by a
Christie accredited service technician.
yy Keep all combustible material away from the concentrated light beam of
the projector.
yy Position all cables where they cannot contact hot surfaces or be pulled or
tripped over.
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yy Always power down the projector and disconnect all power sources before
servicing or cleaning.
yy Use a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent to clean the display
housing.
yy Disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet if the product is not being
used for an extended period of time.
yy Operate the projector under the following conditions:
-- Operating temperature range: 5°C to 35°C
-- Storage temperature range: -10°C to 60°C
-- Humidity range: 5% to 80 % RH (Max.), non condensing
-- Operating altitude: 10,000 ft. maximum
yy Use only the AC power cord supplied. Do not attempt operation if the AC
supply and cord are not within the specified voltage and power range for
your region.
yy Remove the lens plug from the lens opening in the projector before
installing the lens. Retain the lens plug to protect the optical components
from dust and debris during transport.
yy Do not block the ventilation slots and openings on the projector.
yy Do not use abrasive cleaners, waxes or solvents to clean the projector.
yy Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord.
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Section 2: Introduction
2.
INTRODUCTION
The product specified in this document is a high brightness, high-resolution
video/graphics 1-chip mercury lamp based projector. The projector is available
in HD and WUXGA resolutions. The projector utilizes Digital Light Processing
(DLP®) technology from Texas Instruments. It is primarily designed for fixed
installation markets.
2.1
Projector Components
Front View
1
2
3
4
5
Rear View
6
7
8
9
10
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Part Name
Description
1
Lens door
Use the lens door to access the lens module.
2
Front IR Sensor
Receives signals from the IR remote. Keep the signal
path to the sensor unobstructed for uninterrupted
communication with the projector.
3
Projection Lens
Allows automated lens control and adjustment: vertical
and horizontal offsets, zoom and focus.
4
Cooling Air Vents
Keep these vents unobstructed to prevent the projector
from overheating.
5
Adjustable Feet
Raise or lower the feet to level the projector.
6
LED Status Indicators
Displays the status of the projector. They are (from left
to right): LAMP 1, LAMP 2, STATUS and PIC MUTE.
7
Rear IR Sensor
Receives signals from the IR remote. Keep the signal
path to the sensor unobstructed for uninterrupted communication with the projector.
8
Lamp Door (Screws)
Use the lamp to access to the lamp module.
9
Built-in Keypad
Controls the projector.
10
Input/Output (I/O)
Panel
Connects the projector to external devices.
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2.2
Built-in Keypad
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
10
Ind.
Key Name
Description
1
Power
Turn the projector on or off.
2
Menu
Display menus
3
Auto
Automatically optimize image
4
Lens
Adjust the lens vertical or horizontal offset setting
5
Focus
Adjust focus
6
Exit
Return to previous level or exit menus if at top level
7
Arrow Keys
8
Input
Select an input for the main or PIP/PBP image
9
Picture Mute
Display or blank the video image
10
Zoom
Adjust zoom
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Adjust a setting UP or DOWN
yy
Navigate within a menu
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2.3
Input/Output (I/O) Panel
Ind.
2-4
1
2
10
11
3
4
5
12
Connector Name
6
13
Ind.
7
14
8
15
9
16
Connector Name
17
18
Ind.
19
20
Connector Name
1
S-Video
2
CVBS
3
Red/Pr
4
Blue/Pb
5
Green/Y
6
RS232 IN
7
Mini USB
8
USB
9
Ethernet
10
Remote
11
Display Port
12
VGA-OUT
13
VGA-IN
14
HDMI-1
15
HDMI-2
16
R
17
G
18
B
19
H/C
20
V
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2.4
Remote Control
1
2
16
3
17
4
18
5
19
6
20
21
7
22
8
9
23
10
24
11
12
13
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26
27
14
28
15
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Ind.
2-6
Key Name
Description
1
Picture Mute
Display or blank the video image
2
Power on
Turn projector ON
3
Gamma
Adjust mid-range levels
4
Bright
Adjust amount of light in the image
5
PIP/PBP
Turn PIP/PBP ON/OFF
6
Size
Adjust the PIP/PBP size
7
Number Keys
Enter a number, such as a channel, value, etc
8
Help
Display context-sensitive help
9
Menu
Display menus
10
Arrow Keys
11
Test
Display a test pattern
12
Auto
Automatically optimize image
13
OSD
Use to hide or show menus
14
Keystone H
Adjust the horizontal keystone
15
Keystone V
Adjust the vertical keystone
16
Standby
Turn projector OFF
17
Contrast
Adjust difference between dark and light
18
Hot-key
Select your preset keys quickly
19
Swap
Swap the main and PIP/PBP images
20
Layout
Adjust the PIP/PBP layout
21
Focus
Adjust focus to improve image clarity as desired
22
Zoom
Adjust zoom to achieve a desired image size
23
Proj Key
Change the remote ID. Press Proj Key then a number
between 1 and 9 to assign an ID. Press PROJ then
number 0 to return to the universal remote ID.
24
Exit
Return to previous level or exit menus if at top level
25
Enter
26
Input
Select an input for the main or PIP/PBP image
27
Info
Display source image information
28
Lens H
29
Lens V
yy
Adjust a setting UP or DOWN
yy
Navigate within a menu
yy
Select a highlighted menu item
yy
Change or accept a value
Horizontal Lens Shift - Adjust the position of the image
horizontally
Vertical Lens Shift - Adjust the position of the image
vertically
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LED Status Indicators
The LED status indicators are located on the rear of the projector.
yy LAMP 1 LED
LED Status
Red (short blink)
Projector State
Failed to strike lamp after 5 attempts (strike attempts will
stop).
Lamp has unexpectedly shut down (system goes into
cool down state).
Yellow (no blink)
Lamp time has expired and lamp should be replaced.
(projector also begins to display the replace lamp On
Screen Display message at startup).
Green (no blink)
Lamp 1 turn ON ok
Green (short blink)
Off
Projector is switching to Lamp 1 (Lamp 2 is off)
(selected by OSD menu “Current Lamp”: 1/ 2/ Both )
Lamp is off
yy LAMP 2 LED
LED Status
Red (short blink)
Projector State
Failed to strike lamp after 5 attempts (strike attempts will
stop).
Lamp has unexpectedly shut down (system goes into
cool down state).
Yellow (no blink)
Lamp time has expired and lamp should be replaced.
(projector also begins to display the replace lamp OSD
message at startup).
Green (no blink)
Lamp 2 turn ON ok
Green (short blink)
Off
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Projector is switching to Lamp 2 (Lamp 1 is off)
(selected by OSD menu “Current Lamp”: 1/ 2/ Both )
Lamp is off
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yy STATUS LED
LED Status
Projector State
Off
Projector is in OFF state (without AC plug in)
Yellow (no blink)
Projector is in standby mode (AC plug in)
Yellow long blink
Projector is in startup state
Yellow long blink
Projector is in cool down state
Flashing Green/
Yellow
Projector is in flash update state
Flashing Red
Fan failure
Red (no blink)
Over-temperature
Green (blink very
quickly)
Projector communications (Read/Write EEPROM)
Green (no blink)
Projector is powered up and operating normally
yy PICTURE MUTE LED
LED Status
2-8
Projector State
Green
Picture mute is off – image is displayed
Yellow (no blink)
Picture mute is on – image is black
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Section 3: Installation
3.
INSTALLATION
3.1
Connect to Computer
Desktop
Laptop
MOLEX
9
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
5
molex
Ind.
Connector Name
Ind.
Connector Name
Ind.
Connector Name
1
VGA out Cable
2
VGA in Cable
3
RS232 Cable
4
Mini USB to USB A Type
Cable
5
WiFi USB Dongle or thumb
drive
6
Network Cable
7
HDMI to DVI Cable
8
Power Cord
9
Displayport Cable
NOTE:
™™ The diagram shows the cables/connectors that may be used to connect to various devices.
™™ Due to the difference in applications for each country, the accessories required in some regions may be different from those
™™
shown.
This diagram is for illustrative purposes only, and does NOT indicate that these accessories are supplied with the projector.
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3.2
Connect to Video Equipment
DVD player
Component video output equipment
Video cassette recorder
6
4
1
2
3
8
4
9
7
5
Ind.
Connector Name
Ind.
Connector Name
Ind.
Connector Name
1
S-Video Cable
2
Composite Video Cable
3
HDMI Cable
4
3 RCA Component
Cable
5
15-Pin to 3 RCA Component/
HDTV Adaptor
6
VGA to RGB SCART
7
VGA in Cable
8
RCA-BNC Cable
9
Power Cord
NOTE:
™™ The diagram shows the cables/connectors that may be used to connect to various devices.
™™ Due to the difference in applications for each country, the accessories required in some regions may be different from those
™™
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shown.
This diagram is for illustrative purposes only, and does NOT indicate that these accessories are supplied with the projector.
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3.3
Turn the Projector On
111 Ensure that the power cord and signal cable are securely connected. The
Power button on the built in keypad is illuminated. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
222 Turn on the lamp by pressing “ ” on the remote control or press “ ” on
3 4 5STATUS
6 7 8 9 10LED is yellow and LAMP LED is green
the built-in keypad.1 2 The
with a long blink. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
The startup screen displays in approximately 10 seconds.
333 Turn on the source. Select Input Key on the remote control to select
an input source (VGA, BNC, HDMI1, HDMI2, Component, S-Video or
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Composite Video).
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
444 The projector detects the source you selected and displays the image.
NOTE:
™™ The first time the projector is used, the preferred language may be selected from the main menu after the startup screen is
displayed.
1
2
3 4 5on6
Power
7
8
9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1
2 3 4LED
5
Status
6
7
8
9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1
2
3 4 5on6
Power
7
8
9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
3.4
1
2
3
4 5 Key
6 7
Input
8
9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Turn the Projector Off
111 Press “ ” on the built-in keypad or on the remote control to turn off the
projector. A warning message will appear on the displayed image.
222 Press “ ” again to confirm your selection. If you do not press “ ” again,
the warning message will disappear after 10 seconds.
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3.5
Adjust the Projector Position
When you select a position for the projector, consider the size and shape of
your screen, the location of your power outlets, and the distance between the
projector and the rest of your equipment. Follow these general guidelines:
yy Position the projector on a flat surface at a right angle to the screen. The
projector (with the standard lens) must be at least 3 feet (0.9m) from the
projection screen.
yy Position the projector to the desired distance from the screen. The
distance from the lens of the projector to the screen, the zoom setting, and
the video format determine the size of the projected image.
yy For the fixed short lens, the image exits at a default angle. However, the
lens shift feature makes the image offset variable.
yy Lens throw ratio:
-- Lens 0.8:1 Fixed Short (Zero offset)
-- Lens 1.2-1.5:1 Fixed Short
-- Lens 1.5-2.0:1 Zoom
-- Lens 2.0-4.0:1 Zoom
-- Lens 4.0-7.0:1 Long Zoom
yy Do not roll the projector more than 20 degrees from side to side.
yy Do not put the projector on either side to project an image.
20°
20°
yy 360 degree operation (alone the widest axis)
360°
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3.6
Calculate Lens Offset
yy The vertical image offset (shift) ranges for the projector are +120%/-40%
(WUXGA) and +134%/-40% (HD). Offset is +720 pixels for both WUXGA
and HD. The horizontal image offset is +/-20% (+/- 192 pixels).
NOTE:
™™ The 0.8:1 lens is the only exception and must be used on axis.
yy The method for calculating lens offset complies with Industry standards.
Example for Vertical lens offset:
-- At 0% offset (or on axis), the center of the image is on the lens center,
so that half of the image appears above and half appears below the
lens center.
-- At +100% offset, all (or 100%) of the image will appear above the lens
center.
-- The % offset is calculated as the ratio of the number of pixels shifted
up/down to half the image size. Examples for WUXGA:
`` Shifting up 600 pixels gives offset of 600/600 * 100% = 100%
`` Shifting down 600 pixels gives offset of -600/600 * 100% = -100%
`` Shifting up 720 pixels gives offset of 720/600 * 100% = 120%
`` Shifting up 240 pixels gives offset of 240/600 * 100% = 40%
WUXGA Projectors:
Vertical Image Offset: 0% Offset (WUXGA)
No offset is applied - 0% offset.
Half of the image appears above lens center
and half of the image appears below lens
center.
600 pixels
above lens
center.
Lens center
600 pixels
below lens
center.
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Vertical Image Offset: 120% Offset (WUXGA)
Image has been offset 720 pixels above lens
center, so the center of the image is now 720
pixels above where the center of the image
was at 0% offset (or lens center).
The offset is
+720/600 * 100% = +120%.
720 pixels
of shift
above lens
center.
Lens center
Vertical Image Offset: -40% Offset (WUXGA)
Image has been offset 240 pixels below lens
center, so the image has an offset of
-240/600 * 100% = -40%
240 pixels
of shift
below lens
center.
Lens center
Total of
840 pixels
(600+240)
of display
are below
lens center.
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HD Projectors:
Vertical Image Offset: 0% Offset (HD)
No offset is applied - 0% offset.
Half of the image appears above lens center
and half of the image appears below lens
center.
540 pixels
above lens
center.
Lens center
540 pixels
below lens
center.
Vertical Image Offset: 134% Offset (HD)
Image has been offset 720 pixels above lens
center, so the center of the image is now 720
pixels above where the center of the image
was at 0% offset (or lens center).
The offset is
+720/540 * 100% = +134%.
720 pixels
of shift
above lens
center.
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Vertical Image Offset: -40% Offset (HD)
Image has been offset 216 pixels below lens
center, so the image has an offset of
-216/540 * 100% = -40%
216 pixels
of shift
below lens
center.
Lens center
Total of
756 pixels
(540+216)
of display
are below
lens center.
Horizontal Image Offset: +/-20% Offset
1920 pixels
+192 pixels
Lens center
-192 pixels
Image has been offset 192 pixels
left or right of lens center.
The image has an offset of
+192/960 * 100% = +20%, or
-192/960 * 100% = -20%
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Removing and Installing the Lens
When handling the projector after lens installation, make sure the front lens cap is
placed on the lens to protect the lens surface from potential damage. When carrying
or moving the projector, do not handle by the lens. This may damage the lens, the
chassis or other mechanical parts within the projector.
111 Center the lens: Ensure that the lens is at or near its center position. Attempting to
remove the lens when at a large offset may cause damage to the lens assembly. Center
the lens while the projector is switched on by pressing the lens horizontal or vertical
button and then pressing Enter.
222 Turn Off the projector: Turn the projector OFF and disconnect the power cord.
333 Allow the projector to cool down to Standby mode before replacing the lens.
444 Remove the lens: Push and open the lens door located on the top-front of the projector.
555 Push the release lever up to release the lock. Remove the lens through the front of the
projector.
666 Remove the rear lens cap from the lens. Keep the front lens cap on the lens to protect it
during installation.
777 Install the new lens: Align the lens interface plate with the lens mount. Fully insert the
assembly straight into the lens mount without turning.
Push the release lever down to lock the lens in place.
888 Lower the Lens Door and slide back into the secured position.
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Ceiling Mount Installation
The projector can be inverted and suspended from the ceiling using a specially
designed ceiling mount fixture. For more information, contact your dealer.
yy Use only the Christie approved ceiling mount kit (133-106108-02) designed
for your projector.
yy When not mounted properly, the projector may fall, causing hazards or
injury. The warranty on this projector does not cover any damage caused
by the use of any non-recommended ceiling mount kit or installation of the
ceiling mount kit in an improper location.
yy Refer to the installation instructions and safety guidelines provided in the
kit.
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Stacking Installation
3.9.1 Adapter Plate Installation
When stacking E Series projectors, an adapter plate is required to install the E
Series unit into the stacking frame.
111 Turn the projector OFF and disconnect the AC power cord after the cooling
fans have stopped.
222 Place the projector top-side down on a clean and flat surface.
333 Line up the mounting holes of the adapter plate (133-107109-02) with the
mounting holes on the baseplate of the projector.
444 Secure the adapter plate with 4 M6x14 flathead screws. Torque to 41 in-lb.
Adapter Plate Attachments
Bottom View
Mounting
All attachment
points to be
secured
3.9.2 Stacking
The E Series projectors can be stacked up to a maximum of 3 projectors high
using the Christie stacking frame (118-100107-01).
Description
1) Base Plate
2) Locking pin
3) Cable Tie-off Frame
4) Stacjing Leg
+/- Roll
5) Locking Nut
6) Knob
+/- Pitch
Frame Weight
Adapter Plate Weight
Projector Weight
Lens Weight (up to)
+/- Yaw
= 50 Ibs (22.68 kg)
= 3.26 Ibs (1.48 kg)
= 43 Ibs (19.50 kg)
= 5.43 Ibs (2.46 kg)
Up to = 101.69 Ibs (46.12 kg)
(per projector and frame)
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Install the adapter plate on the E Series projector (described in 3.9.1) before
mounting to the stacking frame.
111 Make sure the pitch is to its maximum, prior to placing the projector from
the front.
222 Place the projector into the stacking frame.
NOTE: There are two ways of placing the projector into the stacking frame: from the top or from the
front.
333 Make sure the bottom base plate of the frame is aligned with the projector.
444 Use a 6 mm Allen key to tighten the (6) M8 bolts securing the base plate to
the bottom of the stacker adapter plate.
Stacking Frame Attachments
3.9.3 Stacking Multiple Projectors
NOTE: The projectors can be stacked and hoisted in either an upright or inverted positions.
111 With one person positioned on each side of
the stacking frame, lift the top stacking frame
onto the bottom stacking frame, aligning all
four stacking legs between the frames.
™™
NOTE: Remove the locking pin from each stacking leg prior to alignment
and ensure the four stacking legs are fully seated on the lower stacking
frame.
1450.50 mm
DANGER Step 2 is a critical safety procedure
that MUST be observed. Failure to
engage the locking pin may cause
the projectors to separate, resulting in
possible injury or death.
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222 Insert the locking pin through the holes in the stacking legs. Make sure
each pin is fully inserted.
™™
NOTE: The steel ball on the end of the pin keeps the pin from releasing inadvertently.
Stacking
Leg
Hole
Pin
Inserted
Press botton to
remove or install
the pin
Pin
Steel Ball
333 When required, repeat steps 1 and 2 for the third projector in the stack.
3.9.4 Stacking Alignment
Stacked projectors must be correctly aligned to one another so the resulting
display is optimized. If hoisting the stack, do so first and then align. To align
the image, use pitch, yaw, or roll. Prior to aligning the image, turn the locking
nut to unlock then use the knob to adjust the image.
™™
NOTE: Ensure to lock the locking nut to maintain the image adjustment.
Pitch
Adjustment moves the
image up and down
Roll
Rotates the image clockwise
and counter-clockwise
+/- Roll
+/- Pitch
+/- Yaw
KNOB
LOCKING
NUT
Pitch
Adjustment moves the
image left and right
Note: If the projector is parallel to the screen, some keystone will
be introduced with pitch and yaw adjustment.
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OPERATION
The projector has multilingual On-Screen Display (OSD) menus that allow you
to make image adjustments and change a variety of settings.
•• Most of the projector controls are accessed from within the projector menu
system. There are several groups of related functions, with each group
selectable from the Main menu as shown below. Press the MENU button on
the remote control or on the built-in keypad on the rear of the projector to
display the main menu.
•• Use the arrow keys to navigate within the menu and adjust a setting up or
down.
•• Press ENTER to select a highlighted menu item or use it to change or
accept a value.
•• Select the next item that you want to adjust in the menu and adjust it as
described above.
•• Press EXIT to return to the previous menu or exit menus if at top level.
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Size and Position Menu
Size Presets
Display an image with the detected size, or resize the image by maximizing
either the height, width or both, or resize to the maximum size possible while
keeping the original aspect ratio.
yy Auto: Display with the detected size.
Native: Display in its native resolution.
4:3: Retain 4:3 aspect ratio.
Letterbox: Display with the black borders on the top and bottom.
Full Size: Fill the screen (regardless of the source).
Full Width: Fill display width and keep aspect ratio.
Full Height: Fill display height and keep aspect ratio.
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
Overscan
Remove noise around the image. The ZOOM range can be from 50% to 400%
Pixel Track
Analog RGB signals only. Steady flickering or several soft vertical stripes
or bands across the entire image indicates poor pixel tracking. Proper pixel
tracking ensures that the image quality is consistent across the screen, the
aspect ratio is maintained, and that the pixel phase can be optimized.
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Pixel Phase
Analog RGB signals only. Adjust pixel phase when the image still shows
shimmer or noise after pixel tracking is optimized. Pixel phase can adjust the
phase of the pixel-sampling clock relative to the incoming signal.
Horz Position
Move the image right or left within the area of available pixels.
Vert Position
Move the image up or down within the area of available pixels.
Digital Horz Zoom
Change the size of projector's display area horizontally. If the display area
has been resized by this setting, it can be moved by changing the Digital Horz
Shift and Digital Vert Shift settings.
Digital Vert Zoom
Change the size of projector's display area vertically. If the display area has
been resized by this setting, it can be moved by changing the Digital Horz
Shift and Digital Vert Shift settings.
Digital Horz Shift
Move the display area horizontally if its size has been changed by the Digital
Zoom setting.
Digital Vert Shift
Move the display area vertically if its size has been changed by the Digital
Zoom setting.
Geometry Correction
The "Geometry Correction" can be controlled with the options in the dropdown list: "Off/Basic" when optional Dual Processor Warp Module is not
installed, and "Off/Basic/Curve/Rotate" when optional Dual Processor Warp
Module is installed.
Geometry Correction Feature Compatibility
Warp Function
4-Corner
Curved
Surface(2x2)
Keystone
Pincushion
and Barrel
Rotation
4-Corner
--
P
P
P
P
Curved
Surface(2x2)
P
--
X
X
X
Keystone
P
X
--
P
X
P
X
P
--
X
P
X
X
X
--
Pincushion
and Barrel
Rotation
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yy Off: No Geometric correction is applied to the image.
yy Horz Keystone: Adjust the keystone horizontally and make a more square
image. Horizontal keystone is used to correct a keystoned image shape
in which the left and right borders of the image are unequal in length, and
the top and bottom are slanted to one of the sides. This is intended for use
with horizontally on-axis applications. For horizontally offset applications,
you must use 4 Corner correction using the optional Dual Processor Warp
Module.
9%
9%
17%
17%
yy Vert Keystone: Adjust the keystone vertically and make a more square
image. Vertical keystone is used to correct a keystoned image shape in
which the left and right borders of the image are unequal in length, and
the top and bottom are slanted to one of the sides. This is intended for use
with horizontally on-axis applications. For horizontally offset applications,
you must use 4 Corner correction using the optional Dual Processor Warp
Module.
3%
5%
3%
5%
yy Horz Pincushion: Adjust the pincushion horizontally and make a more
square image.
6%
11%
yy Vert Pincushion: Adjust the pincushion vertically and make a more square
image.
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yy Pincushion/Barrel: Allow for correction for slight curved distortion from the
lens or projection surface.
8%
9%
4%
9%
yy 4-Corner: Allow the image to be squeezed to fit an area defined by moving
each of the four corners’ x and y position. 1
2
8%
Ind.
8%
8
3
Description
1
Top Left Horz adjust.
2
Top Right Horz adjust.
7%
7%
3
Top Right Vert adjust.
7%
7%
4
Bottom Right Vert adjust.
5
Bottom Right Horz adjust.
6
Bottom Left Horz adjust.
7
Bottom Left Vert adjust.
8
Top Left Vert adjust.
7
4
6
8%
8%
5
yy Curve: Allow for symmetrical correction of a constant radius horizontal
or vertical curve by modifying the top and bottom of the image only. Compound curves are not supported. Projector must be mounted
perpendicular to the chord of the curve within the offset limitation of the
lens used (ideally on axis). No tilt correction.
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yy Rotation: Allow an image to be rotated – most commonly to level the
image. While the image is rotated, the software can crop any content that
begins to fall off the panel. The function will not automatically scale the
image down to prevent cropping. If scaling is required, the digital zoom
function can be used, independently of the rotation function.
±8°
Auto Image
Force the projector to reacquire and lock to the input signal. This is useful
when signal quality is marginal. “Normal mode” can support all of the 4:3 input
sources.
“Wide mode” can support all of the 16:9 input source & most of the 4:3 input
source. For those 4:3 input sources not recognized by "Wide mode" (example
1400 x 1050), perform Auto Image using “normal mode”.
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Image Settings Menu
Brightness
Adjust the intensity of the image.
Contrast
Adjust the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest parts of the
picture and change the amount of black and white in the image.
Color Space
Select a color space that has been specifically tuned for the input signal.
Useful only for analog signals and certain digital sources.
Detail
Select the edge clarity of the image.
Video Options
This function is used with video sources only.
yy Color: Adjust a video image from black and white to fully saturated color.
The color setting applies to video sources only.
yy Tint: Adjust the red-green color balance in the image of NTSC video
images. The tint setting applies to NTSC video sources only.
yy Noise Reduction: Reduce temporal or spatial noise in the image.
yy Flesh Tone Correction: Control the amount of flesh tone correction applied
to the image.
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yy Video Black Level: Analyze the current input image and calculate an offset
value which is then added to the analog to digital converter black level
value. This ensures optimum black level for each analog source.
yy Detect Film: Control film mode detection and determine whether the
original source of the input video was film or video.
yy Closed Captions: Control closed caption display while audio is not muted.
If this setting is not off, audio is not muted, the source is NTSC and
contains captions on the selected channel, then the projector must display
caption text overlaid on the image.
Input Levels
VGA / Component signals only.
yy Adjust the gain of the red, green, or blue channel of the image. It will affect
the white.
yy Adjust the offset of the red, green, or blue channel of the image. It will
affect the black and white.
yy Sync Threshold: (progressive signals only) If a hardware device, such as a
DVD player, is not syncing properly with the projector, select this option to
help it to sync when connected to the projector.
Picture Settings
Optimize the projector for displaying images under certain conditions, such
as presentation, video, bright, whiteboard, blackboard, beige wall and userdefinable preset. It will affect Gamma, Sharpness,White Peaking, Overscan,
Brightness, Contrast, Color, Tint, Red Gain, Green Gain, Blue Gain, Red
Offset, Green Offset, Blue Offset.
Save to User
Adjust the image settings and select Save to User as a picture setting. You
can recall these settings in the future by selecting the User in the Picture
Settings menu. The setting of Brightness, Contrast, Color, Tint, Red Gain,
Green Gain, Blue Gain, Red Offset, Green Offset, Blue Offset, Color Temp,
Gamma, Detail, BrilliantColor , White Peaking and Overscan will be saved.
DynamicBlack™
Select the check box to constantly adjust the aperture based on the amount of
black in the current scene.
Image Freeze
Pause the screen image.
Advanced Image Settings
yy Gamma: Select the appropriate gamma from Video, Film, Bright, and CRT.
yy BrilliantColor™: Produce an expanded on-screen color spectrum that
delivers enhanced color saturation for bright, true-to-life images.
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yy White Peaking: (video source only) Increase the brightness of whites that
are near 100%.
yy Color Temperature: Change the intensity of the colors. Select a listed
relative warmth value.
yy Edge Enhancement: Apply the edge enhancement process.
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Configuration Menu
Language
Allows you to select an available language for the OSD display, from English,
French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese(simplified), Japanese, Korean, and
Russian.
Lens Settings
yy Focus and Zoom: Adjust the focus and zoom the image in or out.
yy Lens Shift: Shift the lens up and down or left and right.
yy Lock Lens Motors: Select this function to prevent all lens motors from
moving. It will disable the Zoom, Focus, Horizontal and Vertical Position
settings, effectively locking out any changes and overriding all other lens
features. This is particularly useful to prevent accidental lens position
changes in multi-projector installations.
yy Lens Calibration: Calibrate the lens center
Ceiling Mount
Turn the image upside down for ceiling-mounted projection.
Rear Projection
Reverse the image so you can project from behind a translucent screen.
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Menu Preferences
yy
yy
yy
yy
Menu Horz Position: Change the horizontal position of the OSD.
Menu Vert Position: Change the vertical position of the OSD.
Show Messages: Display status messages on the screen.
Menu Transparency: Change OSD menu background to be transparent.
NOTE:
™™ As the value increases, more of the image behind the menu is visible.
yy Splash Screen: Choose which splash screen is to be used.
yy PIN Protect: The PIN (personal identification number) feature allows you
to password protect your projector. Once you enable the PIN feature, you
must enter the PIN before you can project an image.
yy Change PIN: Allows you to change the PIN.
Power Management
yy Standby Mode: The projector is in standby mode when connected to AC
power. (<0.5W)
yy AC Power On: The projector automatically turns on when electrical power
is connected.
yy Auto Shutdown: Automatically turns the projector off after no signals are
detected for a preset number of minutes. If an active signal is received
before the projector powers down, the image will be displayed.
y
y Sleep Timer: Allows the projector to automatically power off after it has
been on for a specified amount of time.
High Altitude
Set high altitude mode ON/OFF. When ON, the fan will operate at high speed
to ensure sufficient air flow for high altitudes.
Communications
yy Network: Allow you to setup network settings.
-- DHCP: Turn the DHCP ON/OFF.
-- IP Address: Assign Network IP Address.
-- Subnet Mask: Assign Network Subnet Mask.
-- Default Gateway: Assign Network Default Gateway.
-- Host Name: Display the host name.
-- MAC Address: Displays network MAC Address value.
-- Show Network Messages: Turn network messages ON/OFF.
-- Restart Network: Restart the network.
-- Network Factory Reset: Perform factory reset on the network settings.
The Projector Name, LAN IP, WLAN IP, and SNMP settings will be
reset.
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yy Baud Rate: Select the serial port and baud rate.
yy Serial Port Echo: Control whether the serial port echoes characters.
yy Projector Address: Set the projector address (0-9). The projector will
respond to IR remotes set either at the same address as the projector or to
IR remotes set to address 0.
Image Blending
Adjust blend widths and settings to left, right, top and/or bottom sides to create
a seamless multi-projector stitched image. (Available only when optional Dual
Processor Warp Module is installed.)
What is a Blend?
In simple terms, a blend appears as a gradient strip along an edge of a
projected image. It is darkest along the extreme edge of the image, and
lightens nearer to the rest of the image(see below).
How are Blends used?
In multiple-projector wall, complementary blends between neighboring images
can compensate for the extra “brightness” or intensity where these edges
overlap. By controlling blend width and other properties, you can achieve
uniformity across the group of images. Visible overlaps will disappear, as
shown below
Overlap
Proj. 1,1
Overlap
Proj. 1,2
Image
Proj. 2,1
Proj. 2,2
With edge blending:
Blend
Proj. 1,1
Proj. 1,2
Image
Proj. 2,1
Blend
Proj. 2,2
Blending regions can be defined on all sides – left, right, top and bottom. The
same gamma curve is used for all blending regions.
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Color Matching
You may require a unique color gamut (range) for a single projector or
application, or you may need to precisely match colors across multiple
adjacent displays. Use Color Matching by Meter Adjustment or by Manual
Adjustment to define the precise hue of each primary color component (red,
green, blue and white).
The x/y coordinates for each color define its location on the standard CIE
chromaticity graph. Changing either or both of these numbers will change
the hue of the color, and modify the range of possible colors. For example,
changing the x/y coordinates for red may move the color closer to orange
or closer to violet, which will in turn affect all displayed colors having a red
component. Adjust the slide bars or enter new specific coordinates as desired
to define or change the color gamuts needed for your environment and
applications.
Enable the selected method (Meter or Manual Adjustment)– this will
automatically disable the other method. For both methods, if Auto Test Pattern
is enabled, the solid colored test pattern will be displayed according to the
menu item on which you are positioned.
yy Meter Adjustment
111 Using a color meter, enter the current x and y co-ordinates of Red,
Green, Blue and White for the projector image into the Measured Data
menu. This is the reference point for the projector. The default values
in the menu are based on the average for all projectors.
222 After measuring the values for all the projectors to be matched,
calculate the target values.
333 Enter the target values for x, y and gain for each color into the Target
Data menu.
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Green
Measured Data
Target Data
Red
Blue
yy Manual Adjustment
111 Adjust color slide bars and judge image color by eye or meter. A userdefined color “adjustment” can be applied.
222 Use this submenu if you do not have specific color coordinates in
mind and will judge color performance by eye or meter. As for Meter
Adjustment, each color control actually defines new x/y coordinates for
that color and changes its hue. The main colors (red part of red, green
part of green and blue part of blue) adjust the intensity of that color
component, while the modifying colors (e.g. green part of red and blue
part of red) modify the x and y value and change the hue of that color.
At the same time the main colors also are used to control the color of
the white point.
Hot-Key Settings
Assign a different function to the hot-key on the remote control by highlighting
the function in the list and pressing ENTER. Choose a function that does
not already have a dedicated button, and assign the hot-key to that function,
allowing you to quickly and easily use the chosen function.
Service
yy Projector Info: Display current projector settings (read-only).
yy Factory Reset: Restore all settings to their default value. It will not reset
network but it will reset RS232.
yy Test Pattern: Choose the desired internal test pattern to display, or select
OFF to turn off a test pattern.
yy Color wheel Index (2x): Set Color wheel index to Speed 2X. This setting
only needs to be used when the Main Board is changed, and should be
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adjusted to optimize picture quality.
yy Color wheel Index (3x): Set Color wheel index to Speed 3X. This setting
only needs to be used when the Main Board is changed, and should be
adjusted to optimize picture quality.
yy Error log: Show the projector error log for debug.
yy Mode Adjustment: Fine tune the H and V start position for a signal in the
EDID timing table and record the values in the system to override the
timing table. The settings must be “Saved to Record” before exiting the
menu, or they will be lost. To revert to original timing table settings, each
setting must be manually cleared. Factory Defaults will not clear these
override settings.
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Lamp Menu
Lamp Mode
Select Constant Power or Constant Intensity mode.
Constant Power
Set the value of the lamp power (in Watts).
Constant Intensity
Set the value for the Constant Intensity to maintain constant brightness. A light
sensor is used to monitor the light level and will apply more power as the lamp
brightness decays naturally over time until it reaches maximum power. The
light sensor needs to be calibrated when you replace a lamp or "Reset Lamp
Hours".
Current Lamp
Select which lamp(s) is in use.
NOTE:
™™ A 120 second timed lockout is applied after changing modes before you can change it again.
Eco Mode
Set Eco mode ON, OFF, Auto or assign a lamp to Eco mode. When Eco Mode
is enabled, the projector will switch to single lamp mode, adjust to the lowest
fan speed and switch the lamp power to the minimum setting.
Lamp Auto Switch
Control when the projector switches lamps. Options include: on failure only, at
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power-up, or after a set number of hours.
Lamp Auto Switch Time
Set the number of hours for Lamp Auto Switch.
For example:
111 Lamp conditions: lamp 1 = 50 hours, lamp 2 = 60 hours.
222 Set the current lamp to lamp 1 - the lamp with the lower lamp hour
usage.
333 Set the Lamp Auto Switch to After (N) hours and the Lamp Auto
Switch Time to 100 hours.
444 When lamp 1 reaches 150 hours, projector will auto switch to lamp 2.
555 When lamp 2 reaches 160 hours, projector will auto switch to lamp 1.
Lamp Info
Display current lamp(s) settings (read-only).
Lamp Life Settings
Set the number of hours for the lamp life warning. At every startup, the lamp
hours are checked. If they exceed this value, a lamp replace message will
appear.
Reset Lamp Hours
Reset the lamp used hours counter to zero. Do this after changing the lamp.
Light Sensor
Calibrate the Light Sensor for use with the Constant Intensity lamp mode,
which allows the projector to be set for constant brightness. If the Light Sensor
has not been calibrated, Constant Intensity mode will be disabled. Light
Sensor calibration should be repeated when new lamps are installed.
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4.5
Status Menu
The read-only Status menu lists a variety of details about the standard and
optional components currently detected in the projector.
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4.6
Input Switching & PIP Menu
NOTE:
™™ Reference the compatibility table found in Section 6.2.
Main Input
From the list of active inputs, select one to be used as the main image.
PIP/PBP Input
From the list of active inputs, select one to be used as the PIP/PBP.
PIP/PBP Enable
Toggle between displaying two sources at once (Main and PIP/PBP images)
or one source only. The check box turns the PIP/PBP source ON and OFF.
Swap
Change the main image to PIP/PBP, and the PIP/PBP to main image.
Swapping is available only when PIP/PBP is enabled.
Size
Select the PIP/PBP size to small, medium or large.
Layout
Set the location of the PIP/PBP image on the screen.
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NOTE:
™™ PIP/PBP layout and size table as described below.
™™ P : indicates primary source region (lighter color).
™™ * : Both source regions are the same size.
PIP/PBP Layout
PBP, Main left
PBP, Main Top
PIP/PBP Size
Small
PIP-Bottom Right
PIP-Bottom Left
PIP-Top Left
PIP-Top Right
*
P
P
P
Large
P
P
P
PBP, Main Right
PBP, Main Bottom
Medium
P
P
*
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
*
*
Timing Detection
Select timing detection mode to wide or normal. It is used to support additional
PC timings. When the projected picture is not completed, this function is used
to adjust the picture. “Normal mode” can support all of the 4:3 input sources.
“Wide mode” can support all of the 16:9 input source & most of the 4:3 input
source. For those 4:3 input sources not recognized by "Wide mode" (example
1400 x 1050), perform Auto Image using “normal mode”.
Source Info
Display current source settings (read-only).
Enable Source Hot-Key
Toggle the check box to enable or disable the main source hot-key.
Source Hot-Key
Allows you to assign a different source to the hot-key. Highlight an input and
press ENTER to choose a different one.
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Input Key
Use it to list all of the sources or change the sources.
4.7
Language Menu
Allows you to select an available language for the OSD display.
4.8
Test Pattern Menu
Choose the desired internal test pattern to display, or select OFF to turn off a
test pattern.
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
OFF
Black
White
Checkerboard
Grid
Color Bars
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4.9
Web User Interface
4.9.1 Logging On
Open your web browser and type the IP address (in the address bar) assigned
to your projector.
1 Select the log in level from the Access type drop-down list
2 Enter the Password in the Password field
3 Select the appropriate language from the Language drop-down list.
4 Click the Press login button. The Main window appears.
4.9.2 Main Tabbed Page – General
yy Control Panel
Select main source / PIP source, enable/disable PIP/POP, change the
layout / PIP size, swap, and change the test pattern.
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yy Projector Information Panel
Check the projector information for power status, Pic mute status, OSD
status, IP address and Mac address.
Switch Panel
Switch the on/off status of power, Pic mute, and OSD.
4.9.3 Main Tabbed Page – Status
isplay the current status of lamp info, cooling (fans), version numbers and
D
signal (source) information
4.9.4 Main Tabbed Page – Lens
Control the focus, lens shift and zoom adjustments for the lens.
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4.9.5 Network
SettingsPage
yy Restart Network
-- Execute a network restart. This will not change any of the network
settings.
yy Network Factory Reset
Execute a network factory reset. Network settings will be reset to the
following default values:
-- Projector Name = Christie@ + Serial Number
-- Show Network Messages = ON
-- LAN Settings:
-- Manual
-- IP Address = 192.168.0.100
-- Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
-- Default Gateway = 192.168.0.100
-- WLAN Settings:
-- Enabled
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-- Start IP = 192.168.1.100
-- End IP = 192.168.1.120
-- Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
-- Default Gateway = 192.168.1.100
-- SNMP Settings:
-- SNMP Read Communication = private
-- Trap IP Address = 0.0.0.0
-- SMTP IP Address = 0.0.0.0
-- All other settings are cleared/blanked
-- Trap Configuration:
-- All items = SNMP Trap + Email
yy LAN Panel
Enter the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway for the LAN setting
-- Select if the projector must obtain an automatically assigned IP address
through DHCP or if the user will set the address manually.
-- Enter the IP address, netmask, default gateway and DNS server
address for the TCP/IP setting
yy WLAN Panel
-- Select if Enable or Disable the WLAN function.
-- Enter Start IP, End IP, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway for the WLAN
setting.
yy SNMP Panel
-- The E Series SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) interface
provides network administrators with a common way to manage their
network devices from a single remote location. SNMP allows an
administrator to query a number of devices to see their current status/
configuration. It also allows operators to change configuration values
and configure trap or Email notifications to be sent when certain events
occur.(eg. Loss of signal, power state change, etc)
`` Emails are sent to the mail server configured in the projector
settings. Up to 2 user email accounts can be selected. Any
important information regarding the event will be located in the body
content of the email.
`` SNMP Traps are notifications that are sent from the projector. They
are only received by a trap receiver (MIB Browser) in the computer.
-- SNMP Read Community (default setting: private) – this is a plaintext password. This must also be entered in the MIB browser. This
password allows the various settings in the projector to be queried.
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-- SNMP Location (default setting: blank) – This field can be used
as a description to where a projector is located in a building.
SNMP emails sent will specify this location.
-- Trap IP Address (default setting: 0.0.0.0) – This field must be
filled in to receive Traps from the projector. The Trap IP Address
should be filled in with the IP Address of the computer on which
you would like to view received traps.
-- Trap Email 1/2 (default setting: Blank) – The Trap Email 1 and 2
must be set to an email address that is configured under the mail
server that you will enter in the “SMTP Server IP Address” field.
-- Email from Address (default setting: blank) – the “Email from
Address” that will appear as the source of the SNMP emails.
-- SMTP Server IP Address (default setting: 0.0.0.0) – Enter your
mail server’s IP address.
yy Trap Configuration Panel
Set the SNMP actions for the system events. The dropdown options
are: SNMP Trap + Email, Email, SNMP Trap, and Disabled.
4.9.6 Tools
se the Tools tabbed pages to control “Size & Position”, “Image
U
Settings”, “Configuration”, “Lamp”, “Input Switching & PIP” and “Test
Pattern”.
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4.9.7 Administrator Page
Add or delete a user or change password
4.9.8 About Page
yy Version Tab
View the main firmware version, network firmware version, projector model
name, and projector serial number.
yy License Tab
The license information of the computer program is displayed.
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4.10 Christie Presenter
The Christie Presenter application allows a remote desktop from a host PC
to be displayed on the network display through Ethernet, USB, or wireless
transports. It can adapt to different network settings (DHCP, fixed IP, and
direct link by USB/Ethernet cable).
Christie Presenter can be downloaded from the Christie website or from the
web page of the projector.
4.10.1 C
onnect to the Projector and Download Christie Presenter
Software
111 Connect to the projector using WiFi or Ethernet
-- Ethernet connection:
`` Determine the projector’s IP address from the menu Main Menu >
Configuration > Communications > LAN
`` Configure your PC IP address to be on the same network as the
projector.
`` The projector and computer must be connected directly or over the
network via Ethernet.
-- WiFi Wireless connection:
`` Insert the WiFi USB dongle (1DWUSB-BGN) into the USB port on
the projector input panel.
Insert the WiFi USB dongle
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`` Power on the Projector.
`` Obtain the WiFi Password from the OSD menu Main Menu >
Configuration > Communications > WLAN
`` Connect your PC device to the wireless SSID for the selected
projector . Example: “Christie@0112000123”.
`` Enter the password obtained from the OSD WLAN menu.
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4.10.2 Install Christie Presenter software
111 Use a web browser to connect to the projector’s network address (Default
address 192.168.1.100)
222 Download and install the Christie Presenter Software
333 Configure the Christie Presenter Software. The name entered is used to
identify all computers connected to the projector via the Christie Presenter
software via either wired or wireless connections. The Network Display
Management -> Device Management tab will show all current connections.
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4.10.3 Use Christie Presenter
111 Press the autorun icon in the system tray to pause or play the USB display.
222 After starting the Christie Presenter application, the main window can been
seen (shown below).
Icon
Description
Connect and search network display
Stop/start displaying desktop contents to
connected network display
Select display region
Configure Christie Presenter
Manage all connected network displays
Disconnect all connections
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Connect and search network display
111 Click the button
to enter into the connection menu section.
222 If the IP address of the projector is known, enter the IP address and
click the "Connect" button. If the IP address is not known, click the
"Search" button to search for the projector on the network and select
the projector to which you want to connect. Select the option "Directly"
in order to proceed to the log in interface.
333 Input “User type” and “Password” in the log-in interface. Select the
display port (the default is full screen).
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Select display region
Once the connection is set up, click the button
to select the size of
the projection region: FullScreen, FixedSize, or Alterable.
yy FullScreen: The default capture mode turns to Full screen when the
program is launched. At that time, if screen capture starts, the image of the
whole screen is transferred to a remote network display.
yy FixedSize: FixedSize mode allows the users to place a frame on the
desktop. Only the image enclosed inside the frame is transferred to remote
network display.
yy Alterable: In Alterable mode the only region captured is the one enclosed
by the frame. The region can be enlarged or downsized by dragging the
eight small black squares scattered on eight edges of the frame.
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Configure Christie Presenter
Click the button
to configure Christie Presenter for Basic Setting
and Advanced Setting.
yy Basic Setting: Select language, change the region size of fixed size
capture mode, and select if notification message popup is allowed.
yy Advanced Setting: Select the quality of JPEG image, YUV sample format
and network port setting. (The "Fixed" port is Port 5900)
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Manage all connected network displays
Click the button
to control all the users and all the projectors
connector to the same projector.
Icon
Description
Administrator log in.
Normal user log in.
Device is connected.
Device is not connected.
The icon shows the current status and
display position of the local screen on the
network display. Click on the icon to change
the display position. A dialog box will appear.
Click this unlock icon to change the
password. (Password change to target
network display. Only an Administrator user
can change the password.)
No response is expected when this icon is
clicked. If the user is logged in as "Admin",
the key icon can be seen and the Presenter
password can be changed. If the user is
logged in as "Normal", the lock icon can be
seen and the Presenter password can't be
changed.
Disconnect from target network display.
Link for connecting to a target network
display via a webpage.
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4.11 Card Reader Operation
There are four operation modes in the Card Reader application:
-----
USB Flash Devices Detection Screen
Thumbnail Display Mode
Images Display Mode
Images Slide Show Mode
4.11.1 USB Flash Device Detection Screen:
In this mode, the Card Reader application detects any USB flash devices
hot-plug events and displays the flash device icon. When the flash device
is removed from USB, the icon disappears. It is suggested that USB flash
devices should be removed only when the Card Reader is changed to the
USB Flash Devices Detection Screen state.
4.11.2 Thumbnail Display Mode:
ress the Enter key to enter the Thumbnail Display Mode. Different photos
P
in different folders can be chosen. Press the Menu key to bring up the
Card Reader operation UI.
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he user interface is designed to operate the card reader application with
T
a few keys (Enter/Left/Right/Up/Down).
The following buttons are supported in the user interface:
yy Previous: Move the selected item left. (Go to previous page when this is
the leftmost item)
yy Next: Move the selected item right. (Go to next page when this is the
rightmost item.)
yy Display: Display the selected image or display the selected folder.
yy Thumbnail: Enter the Thumbnail Display Mode.
yy SlideShow: Enter the Slide Show Mode.
yy NameOrder: Sort files/folders in name order.
yy ExtendOrder: Sort files/folders in extended order.
yy SizeOrder: Sort files/folders in size order.
yy TimeOrder: Sort files/folders in time order.
yy EXIF ON/OFF: Enable/Disable auto image rotate accordingly to EXIF
information.
yy FileName ON/OFF: Enable/Disable filename display in Thumbnail Display
Mode.
4.11.3 Image Display Mode:
ress the ENTER key in the Thumbnail Display Mode to enter the Image
P
Display Mode. Press the SlideShow key to enter the Slide Show Mode.
he Left/Right key is used to display the last/next image in the Image
T
Display Mode. In the Image Display Mode, press the ENTER key to quit
from the Image Display Mode and enter the Thumbnail Display Mode.
In the Slide Show Mode, press the ENTER key to enter the Image Display
Mode.
he alternative way to display image in the Image Display Mode or Slide
T
Show Mode is using the operation UI.
The following operations are supported in the operation UI.
yy Display: Enter the Image Display Mode.
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yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
Thumbnail: Enter the Thumbnail Display Mode.
SlideShow: Enter the Slide Show Mode.
Actual Size: Display in actual size of the image.
Best Fit: Display the image in best fit to the screen.
EXIFDisp OFF/On: Enable/Disable EXIF information display.
+90deg: Rotate 90 degree.
-90deg: Rotate -90 degree.
4.11.4 Image Slide Show Mode:
he following operations are supported in the Slide Show Mode operation
T
UI.
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
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Stop: Stop Slide Show Mode.
Next: Display next image.
Previous: Display previous image.
Delay 3/4/5: Slide Show delay in seconds.
Slide Effect: Following modes are supported.
-- o Slide Right
-- o Blocks
-- o RightDown
-- o XLines
-- o Slide Up
-- o Ylines
-- o Repeat ON/OFF: Enable/Disable Slide Show Repeat Mode.
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hen the image cannot be displayed due to memory limitation or cannot
W
support image format, the specific image is displayed on the center of the
screen.
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4.12 Install the Lamp
The projector automatically detects the lamp life. When the lamp life is
nearing the end of use, you will receive a warning message. When you see
this message, please change the lamp as soon as possible. Make sure the
projector has been cooled down for at least 30 minutes before changing the
lamp.
111
222
333
444
Note the number of the lamp that needs to be replaced on the “Current Lamp” menu.
Turn off the lamps: Turn the projector OFF and disconnect the power cord.
Allow the projector to cool down for at least 30 minutes.
Open the lamp door: Unscrew the two screws on the lamp door.
555 Open the lamp door located on the top-rear of the projector.
666 Remove the lamp: Loosen the two captive screws securing the lamp.
777 Lift up the lamp by grasping handle and remove the lamp module slowly and carefully.
888 Install the new lamp: Replace the lamp with a new one and tighten two screws. Make
sure the lamp is set properly and secure.
999 Close the lamp door: Put the Lamp Door back on and tighten two screws.
1111 Reset the projector: Turn the projector ON and use “Reset Lamp Hours” after the lamp
module is replaced.
1111 Recommend calibrating light sensor if using Constant Intensity for lamp mode.
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5.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If you are unable to resolve an issue using the information provided in this
section, contact your reseller or service center.
Problem
Solution
yy No image appears -- Make sure all the cables and power connections are
correctly and securely connected See “Installation”.
on-screen
-- Check if the lamp is securely installed.
-- Make sure you have removed the lens cap and the
projector is switched ON.
yy Partial, scrolling
or incorrectly
displayed image
-- Press “AUTO” on control panel or on remote control.
-- If you are using a PC (for Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP,
Windows 7):
111 Click the “My Computer” > “Control Panel” and then
double - click “Display”.
222 Select the “Settings” tab.
333 Verify that your display resolution setting is lower
than or equal to WUXGA (1920 × 1200).
444 Click on the “Advanced Properties” button. If the
projector is still not projecting the whole image,
change the monitor display:
4.1 Verify the resolution setting is lower than or equal
to WUXGA (1920 × 1200).
4.2 Select the “Change” button under the “Monitor”
tab.
4.3 C
lick on “Show all devices”. Next, select “Standard
monitor types” under the SP box; choose the
resolution mode you need under the “Models”
box.
4.4 Verify that the resolution setting of the monitor
display is lower than or equal to WUXGA (1920 ×
1200).
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Problem
yy Partial, scrolling
or incorrectly
displayed image
Solution
-- If you are using a Notebook:
111 Adjust resolution of the computer.
222 Press the keys listed below for your notebook
manufacturer to send signal out from notebook to
projector. Example: [Fn]+[F4]
Notebook Brand
Function Keys
Acer
[Fn]+[F5]
Asus
[Fn]+[F8]
Dell
[Fn]+[F8]
Gateway
[Fn]+[F4]
IBM/Lenovo
[Fn]+[F7]
HP/Compaq
[Fn]+[F4]
NEC
[Fn]+[F3]
Toshiba
[Fn]+[F5]
Mac Apple
System Preference  Display 
Arrangement  Mirror display
-- If you experience difficulty changing resolutions or your
monitor freezes, restart all equipment including the
projector.
yy The screen of
the Notebook
or PowerBook
computer is not
displaying your
presentation
-- If you are using a Notebook PC
Some Notebook PCs may deactivate their own screens
when a second display device is in use. Each of them has
a different method of reactivation. Please refer to your
computer manual for detailed information.
yy Image is unstable
or flickering
-- Use “Pixel Track” and “Pixel Phase” to correct it.
-- Change the monitor color setting on your computer.
yy Image has vertical -- Use “Auto Image” to make an adjustment.
flickering bar
-- Check and reconfigure the display mode of your graphic
card to make it compatible with the projector.
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Problem
yy Image is out of
focus
Solution
-- Make sure both lens caps (front and back) are removed.
-- Adjust lens focus to fit.
-- Make sure the projection screen is between the required
distance.
yy The image is
stretched when
displaying 16:9
DVD title
-- When you play anamorphic DVD or 16:9 DVD, the
projector will show the best image when the projector
display mode is set to 16:9 in the OSD.
-- If you play 4:3 format DVD titles, please change the format
to 4:3 in the projector OSD.
-- If the image is still stretched, you will also need to adjust
the aspect ratio by setting the display format as 16:9 (wide)
aspect ratio type on your DVD player.
yy Image is too small
or too large
-- Adjust lens zoom to fit.
-- If it does not fill the screen properly, verify that the correct
lens is in use or change the position of the projector.
yy Lamp burns out or -- If the lamp burns out, try power cycling the projector. If
the lamp doesn't fire or if you hear it make a loud pop, the
makes a popping
projector will not turn on until the lamp module has been
sound
replaced.
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6.
SPECIFICATIONS
6.1
Inputs
Signal
Type
Resolution
Frame Rate
(Hz)
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
VGA
DisplayPort
BNC
640x480
60
●
●
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640x480
75
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640x480
85
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800x600
60
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800x600
75
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800x600
85
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1024x768
60
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1024x768
75
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1024x768
85
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1280x768
60
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1280x800
50
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1280x800
60
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1280x1024
60
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1280x1024
75
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1280x1024
85
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1400x1050
60
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1600x1200
60
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1680x1050
60
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1920x1200RB*
60
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1920x1200RB*
50
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Component
S- video
CVBS
60
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●
PAL (B,G,H,I)
50
●
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PAL (N)
50
●
●
PAL (M)
60
●
●
PC
NTSC
NTSC
(M, 4.43)
PAL
NOTE:
™™ "RB" means "reduced blanking".
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Type
Resolution
Frame Rate
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SECAM
SECAM (M)
50
480p
60
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576p
50
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1080i
60
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720p
50
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720p
60
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1080p
24
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1080p
25
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1080p
30
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1080p
50
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1080p
60
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HDMI 1
HDMI 2
VGA
DisplayPort
BNC
Component
S- video
CVBS
●
●
EDTV
HDTV
6.2
PIP/PBP Compatibility
Main
PIP/PBP
HDMI 1
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
DisplayPort
VGA
BNC
Component
S-video
Composite
RJ45
USB type
B (mini)
USB
type A
●
-
-
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-
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HDMI 2
●
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DisplayPort
-
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-
-
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-
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VGA
-
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-
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BNC
●
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Component
-
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S-video
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-
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-
-
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Composite
●
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-
-
-
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RJ45
●
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-
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-
-
-
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USB type B
(mini)
●
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USB type A
●
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-
-
-
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● : PIP/PBP combinations are enabled
- : PIP/PBP combinations are disabled
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6.3
Key Features
yy HD 0.65” 1920 × 1080 resolution or WUXGA 0.67” 1920 × 1200 resolution
yy Projection lens compatibility:
-- Horizontal offset ranges: +/-20%
-- Vertical offset ranges: +120%/-40% (WUXGA) and +134%/-40% (HD)
-- Exception: 0.8:1 lens must be used on axis.
NOTE:
™™ Measurements are based on industry standards where offset is calculated as a ratio of the number of pixels shifted
up/down to half the image size.
yy Dynamic aperture enabled (full white to full dark contrast ratio): 5000:1
(Nominal)
yy Dual Processor Warp Module for edge blending and geometric correction.
(Optional)
yy Wireless desktop display using wireless dongle (optional)
yy SNMP traps and e-mail notifications
yy Dual mercury lamp illumination with 330W (DWU/DHD675-E) & 350W
(DWU/DHD775-E)
yy 10-bit image processor electronics with modular design
yy All video formats can be resized to full screen either horizontally or
vertically while maintaining aspect ratio
yy The projector can be operated using any of the following:
-- The built-in keypad, an infrared (IR) remote control, a wired remote
control, a PC/device using serial communications (Ethernet or RS232)
-- A Web page via Ethernet or from a PC/device via a wireless USB
dongle. (Optional)
yy Weight:
-- Maximum product weight (with lens removed): 19.5kg (43lb.)
-- Maximum shipping weight (includes packaging): 28kg (62lb.)
yy Built-In keypad
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6.4
List of Components
This projector comes with all the items shown below. Check to make sure your
package is complete. Contact your dealer if anything is missing.
yy IR remote control (133-114117-01)
yy Power cord x 4
-- UK/Korea/Russia
-- North America
-- Europe
-- Japan
yy DVI to HDMI dongle
yy User manual (CD)
NOTE:
™™ Due to the difference in applications for each country, some regions may have different accessories.
6.5
Optional Accessories
yy Ceiling mount (optional accessory) (133-106108-XX)
yy Ceiling mount extension rod (104-101001-XX)
yy Fixed Lens (optional accessory):
-- Lens 0.8:1 Fixed Short (Zero offset) (133-100102-XX)
yy Zoom Lenses x 4 (optional accessory):
-- Lens 1.2-1.5:1 Fixed Short (133-101103-XX)
-- Lens 1.5-2.0:1 Zoom (133-102104-XX)
-- Lens 2.0-4.0:1 Zoom (133-103105-XX)
-- Lens 4.0-7.0:1 Long Zoom (133-104106-XX)
yy 1DWUSB-BGN / Wireless dongle (optional accessory) (133-113106-XX)
yy Dual Processor Warp Module (optional accessory) (133-111104-XX)
yy Adapter Plate Stacker (optional accessory)(133-107109-02)
yy Stacking Frame (optional accessory)(118-100107-01)
yy E Series Color Wheel (Color) (optional accessory)(003-003411-01)
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6.6
REGULATORY
yy Safety
-- CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1
-- UL 60950-1
-- IEC 60950-1
-- EN60950
yy Electro-Magnetic Compatibility
Emissions
-- FCC CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B/ICES-003/ANSI C63.4, Class A –
Unintentional Radiators
-- AS/NZS CISPR 22/EN55022 Class A - Information Technology
Equipment
-- EN 61000-3-2
-- EN 61000-3-3
Immunity
-- EN55024 EMC Requirements - Information Technology Equipment
-- IEC 61000-4-2
-- IEC 61000-4-3
-- IEC 61000-4-4,
-- IEC 61000-4-5
-- IEC 61000-4-6
-- IEC 61000-4-8
-- IEC 61000-4-11
yy Environmental
-- The product conforms to:
-- EU Directive (2002/95/EC) on the restriction of the use of certain
hazardous substances (RoHS) in electrical and electronic equipment
and the applicable official amendment(s).
-- EU Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 on the registration, evaluation,
authorization and restriction of chemicals (REACH) and the applicable
official amendment(s).
-- EU Directive (2002/96/EC) on waste and electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE) and the applicable official amendment(s).
-- China Ministry of Information Industry Order No.39 (02/2006) on the
control of pollution caused by electronic information products, the
hazardous substances concentration limits (SJ/T11363-2006), and the
applicable product marking requirement (SJ/T11364-2006).
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yy Marking
-- This product shall conform to all relevant Canadian, US, and European
directives, standards, safety, health and environmental concerns and
bear the following markings at product launch:
`` UL
`` CE
`` RoHS
`` WEEE
-- Future product markings to include International Certifications: CCC,
KC, PSE, c-tick, Gost-R, South Africa
-- International packaging recycling mark requirements:
`` EU Directive (2002/96/EC) on waste and electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE);
`` EU Directive (94/62/EC) on packaging and packaging waste;
`` China packaging recycling mark standard (GB18455-2001).
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6.7
Declaration of Conformity for EU Countries
yy EMC Directive 2004/108/EC (including amendments)
yy Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
yy Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2002/96/EC
6.8
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Warning
WARNING
yy A shielded-type power cord is required in order to meet FCC emission
limits and also to prevent interference to the nearby radio and television
reception. It is essential that only the supplied power cord be used.
yy Use only shielded signal cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment.
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6.9
MENU TREE
Level 1
Level 2
Size Presets
Overscan
Pixel Track
Pixel Phase
Horz Position
Vert Position
Digital Horz Zoom
Digital Vert Zoom
Digital Horz Shift
Digital Vert Shift
Level 3(Or List)
Auto
Native
4:3
Letterbox
Full Size
Full Width
Full Height
Off
Zoom
Crop
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
50%~400%
50%~400%
0 - 100
0 - 100
Off (see Note 1)
Level 4(Or List)
Basic
4-Corner
Curve
Geometry Correction
Curve
4-Corner
Rotation
Color Space
Detail
Video Options
Image settings
Closed captions
Input Levels
Picture Settings
Save to User
DynamicBlack
6-8
command
0 - 100
0 - 100
RGB
REC709
REC601
RGB Video
Auto
Maximum
High
Normal
Low
Minimum
Color
Tint
Noise Reduction
Flesh Tone Correction
Video Black Level
Detect Film
Red Gain
Green Gain
Blue Gain
Red Offset
Green Offset
Blue Offset
Sync Threshold
Reset RGB Gain/Offset
Presentation
Video
Bright
Whiteboard
Blackboard
Beige Wall
User
command
Off / On
Default
By source set
Size & Position
Auto Image
Brightness
Contrast
Level 6(Or List)
Auto
Horz Keystone
Vert Keystone
Horz Pincushion
Vert Pincushion
Pincushion/Barrel
Rotate
Level 5(Or List)
4-Corner
0 - 100 (0-20 for GEO model)
0 - 100 (0-20 for GEO model)
0 - 100
0 - 100
0-20
Top Left Horz adjust.
0-160
Top Left Vert adjust.
0-80
Top Right Horz adjust.
0-160
Top Right Vert adjust.
0-80
Bottom Left Horz adjust.
0-160
Bottom Left Vert adjust.
0-80
Bottom Right Horz adjust. 0-160
Bottom Right Vert adjust. 0-80
Top Arc
0-400
Bottom Arc
0-400
Left Arc
0-400
Right Arc
0-400
Top Left Horz adjust.
0-160
Top Left Vert adjust.
0-80
Top Right Horz adjust.
0-160
Top Right Vert adjust.
0-80
Bottom Left Horz adjust.
0-160
Bottom Left Vert adjust.
0-80
Bottom Right Horz adjust. 0-160
Bottom Right Vert adjust. 0-80
0-16
Top Left Horz adjust.
0-160
Top Left Vert adjust.
0-80
Top Right Horz adjust.
0-160
Top Right Vert adjust.
0-80
Bottom Left Horz adjust.
0-160
Bottom Left Vert adjust.
0-80
Bottom Right Horz adjust. 0-160
Bottom Right Vert adjust. 0-80
50
50
50
50
100
100
50
50
Off
50 (10 for GEO model)
50 (10 for GEO model)
50
50
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
200
200
200
200
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
50
By source set
Auto
By source set
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
Off/On
Off
cc1
cc2
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
0 - 100
command
50
50
0
0
Off
Off
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
By source set
Off
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Level 1
Level 2
Image Freeze
Level 3(Or List)
Off / On
Gamma
BrilliantColorTM
White Peaking
Image settings
Advanced Image Settings
Color Temperature
Edge Enhancement
Color Wheel Speed
Color Enhancement
Language
Lens settings
SPEC define
Focus
Zoom
Lens Shift
Lock all Lens Motors
Ceiling Mount
Rear Projection
Lens center calibration
Off/On/Auto
Off/On
Menu Horz Offset
Menu Vert Offset
Show Messages
Menu Transparency
Menu Preferences
Splash Screen Setup
PIN Protect
Change PIN
Standby Mode
AC Power On
Power Management
Auto shutdown
Sleep Timer
High Altitude
Configuration
WLAN
Communications
Network
Serial Port Baud Rate
Serial Port Echo
Projector Address
Blending
Marker
Grid
Solid Color
Image Blending
Overlap
Bright Adj.
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Level 5(Or List)
Level 6(Or List)
Default
Off
By source set
Bright
By source set
By source set
Off
2X
CE1
English
command
command
command
Allow
Locked
command
Allow
Auto
Off
0
0
on
0
0 - 100
0 - 100
off/on
0 - 90
Factory Logo
Blue
Black
White
command
command
0.5 W mode
Communication mode
off/on
Never
5 Mins
10 Mins
15 Mins
20 Mins
25 Mins
30 Mins
Off
2 Hrs
4 Hrs
6 Hrs
Factory Logo
Communication mode
off
Never
Off
Off/On
LAN
E Series User Manual
Level 4(Or List)
Video
Film
Bright
CRT
Normal Look
Bright Look
0 - 100
Warmest
Warm
Cool
Bright
Off
Normal
Maximum
2X
3X
Off
CE 1
CE 2
Off
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
MAC Address
Enable
Start IP
End IP
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
MAC Address
SSID
Password
Projector Name
Show Network Messages
Restart Network…
Network Factory Reset…
2400
4800
9600
14400
19200
38400
57600
115200
1200
Off/On
0-9
On/Off
On/Off
Off/White/Red/Green/Blue
Off/White/Red/Green/Blue
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
Blending Area offset
non-Blending Area Offset
by set
by set
by set
115200
0… ½ Output Height(Pixel)
0… ½ Output Height
0… ½ Output Width
0… ½ Output Width
0-2000
0-2000
Off
0
Off
Off
Off
Off
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
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Level 1
Level 2
Image Blending
Level 3(Or List)
Drop Off Curve
Image Gamma
Level 4(Or List)
70-300
1.8/2.0/2.2/2.4/2.6
Enable
Auto Test Pattern
Measured Data
Meter Adjustment
Color Matching
Target Data
Manual Adjustment
Configuration
Hot-Key settings
Enable
Auto Test Pattern
Red Part of Red
Green Part of Red
Blue Part of Red
Green Part of Green
Red Part of Green
Blue Part of Green
Blue Part of Blue
Red Part of Blue
Green Part of Blue
Red Part of White
Green Part of White
Blue Part of White
Reset to Default
Level 5(Or List)
On/Off
On/Off
Intensity of Red
x of Red
y of Red
Intensity of Green
x of Green
y of Green
Intensity of Blue
x of Blue
y of Blue
Intensity of White
x of White
y of White
Reset to Default
Gain of Red
x of Red
y of Red
Gain of Green
x of Green
y of Green
Gain of Blue
x of Blue
y of Blue
Gain of White
x of White
y of White
Reset to Default
On/Off
On/Off
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
0 - 1000
Yes/No
Level 6(Or List)
100 - 10000
0.300 - 0.700
0.300 - 0.500
100 - 10000
0.300 - 0.400
0.400 - 0.700
100-10000
0.100 - 0.300
0.030 - 0.400
100-10000
0.200 - 0.400
0.200 - 0.400
Yes/No
0.200 - 1.000
0.300 - 0.700
0.300 - 0.500
0.200 - 1.000
0.300 - 0.400
0.400 - 0.700
0.200 - 1.000
0.100 - 0.300
0.030 - 0.400
0.200 - 1.000
0.200 - 0.400
0.200 - 0.400
Yes/No
Default
100
2.2
Off
On
453
0.633
0.356
2137
0.352
0.572
239
0.140
0.093
9219
0.331
0.380
1.000
0.643
0.344
1.000
0.329
0.544
1.000
0.141
0.094
1.000
0.334
0.371
Off
On
1000
0
0
1000
0
0
1000
0
0
1000
1000
1000
Blank Screen
Aspect Ratio
Freeze Screen
Projector Info
Overscan
Closed Captions
Projector Info
FactoryReset…
Model Name
Serial Number
Native Resolution
Firmware
Configuration
Boot Code
Standby Mode
Lens Lock Settings
Color wheel Index
command
Off
Grid
White
Service
Black
Checkerboard
Test pattern
Color Bars
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
Color wheel Index (2x)
Color wheel Index (3x)
Error log
TBD
TBD
Show log
Clear log
Mode Adjustment
Lamp mode
Constant Power/Constant
Intensity
Constant Power
280 - 330
(280 - 350 for SONICIII)
Constant Intensity
(see Note 5)
Lamp
Current Lamp
Eco Mode
Lamp Auto Switch
6-10
0 - 10
Lamp 1
Lamp 2
Both
Off
Lamp 1
Lamp 2
Auto
On Failure Only
Constant Power
330
(350 for SONICIII)
7
Both
Off
On Failure Only
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Level 1
Level 2
Lamp Auto Switch
Lamp Auto Switch Time (Hours)
Lamp
Status
Lamp Info
Lamp Life Setting
Reset Lamp Hours…
Light Sensor
(see Note 6).
Model Name
Serial Number
Native Resolution
Firmware
Main Input
Main Signal Format
Main Pixel Clock
Main Sync Type
Main Horz Refresh
Main Vert Refresh
PIP/PBP Input
PIP/PBP Signal Format
PIP/PBP Pixel Clock
PIP/PBP Sync Type
PIP/PBP Horz Refresh
PIP/PBP Vert Refresh
Lamp Power Settings
Current Lamp
Lamp 1 Hours
Lamp 2 Hours
Standby Mode
Lens Lock Settings
IP Address
DHCP
System Temperature
Main Input
PIP/POP Input
PIP/POP Enable
Swap
Size
Main Layout
Timing Detection Mode
Input
Switching &
PIP
Source Info
Enable source Hot-Key
Source Hot-Key
Input key
Language
SPEC define
Off
Level 3(Or List)
At Power-Up
After (N) Hours
5 - 3000
Lamp 1 Hours
Lamp 2 Hours
Total Hours All Lamps
Lamp 1 Reset
Lamp 2 Reset
xxxxx
command
Light Sensor Calibration
Calibrated?
Level 4(Or List)
Level 5(Or List)
Level 6(Or List)
Default
On Failure Only
100
1500 hrs
command
(display Yes/No)
˩̋̋ʿʳ˔̌̌ʿʳ˕̍̍
SPEC define
SPEC define
OFF
ON
(Small/Medium/Large)
(PBP, Main Left /PBP, Main
Top / PBP, Main Right / PBP,
Main Bottom / PIP-Bottom
Right / PIP-Bottom Left /
PIP-Top Left / PIP-Top Right)
Normal
Wide
Active Source
Signal Format
Aspect Ratio
Resolution
Vert Refresh
Horz Refresh
Pixel Clock
Sync Type
Color Space
PIP/POP
(When PIP/POP active)
<PIP/POP source lines>
(When PIP/POP active)
ON
OFF
VGA
BNC
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Display Port
Component
S-Video
Composite
Christie Presenter
Card Reader
Mini USB
Change Sources
List all Sources
Auto Source
OFF
Wide
ON
Key number 1
Key number 2
Key number 3
Key number 4
Key number 5
Key number 6
Key number 7
Key number 8
Key number 9
Key number 0
Off
Auto Source
English
Grid
Test pattern
White
Black
Checkerboard
Color Bars
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ph: +36 (0) 1 47 48 100
Singapore
ph: +65 6877-8737
Japan
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France
ph: +33 (0) 1 41 21 00 36
Middle East
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Beijing
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Germany
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Spain
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*36.8HP05G001-B*
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