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1 REMOTE CONTROL AND KEYPAD
Backlighting
Backlights the keys on the remote control
STAND-BY
Sets the projector to stand-by .
LIGHT
KEYS 0-9
Select the sources directly.
Switches on from Standby.
SOURCE
Displays the source selection menu.
Switches on from Standby.
ESCAPE
Deactivates the On Screen Display.
Up/Down/Left/Right Arrow keys
Navigates between the On Screen Display menus and parameter adjustments. Arrow Up/Down call up the quick menus.
TEST PATTERN - ZOOM - FOCUS
MENU Switches on the On Screen Display and
navigates through its pages.
FREEZE
Freezes/unfreezes a moving picture.
MENU +
Switches on the On Screen Display and
navigates between its pages.
MEMORIES
Activates the Memories management menu.
ZOOM
F1
ZOOM
Sets lens zoom
Function F1
FOCUS
Sets lens focus.
Function F2
INFO
Displays information about the selected source
and projector status.
F2
FOCUS
AUTO
Automatically optimises the projected image.
Activates the On Screen Display menus
and allows navigation thought the
various pages.
Sets the unit to stand-by.
MENU
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FORMAT
Selects the image Aspect ratio.
▲,▼,◀,▶
Navigates between the On Screen Display
menus and parameter adjustments.
Deactivates the On Screen Display.
▲
◀ ▶
▼
Calls up the
Source Selection menu.
ESC
SOURCE
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1 INTRODUCTION
The HT5000 projector represents the state of the art in image processing
combined with the innovative DLP™ sytsem and outstanding optics.
Its range of inputs (1 Composite Video input, 1 S-Video input, 2
Components or RGB input - 4 RCA - 5 BNC, 2 Graphic RGB input, 6
HDMI™ inputs, 1 HD-SDI input, 1 DVI-D input) allow it to be connected
to a wide range of analogue and digital sources: DVD players, video
recorders, satellite and terrestrial receivers, computers, video game
consoles, camcorders, etc.
Its image processing system allows optimum reproduction of a wide
range of input signals, from interlaced video to high definition and
digital graphics.
Faithful reproduction of signals at higher resolutions (such as high
definition video and graphics) occurs without loss of information or
reduction of image sharpness thanks to the processor’s high pixel rate
signal acquisition capabilities.
Different input signal resolutions can be adapted to match the specified
screen resolution without loss of image quality, thanks to a generous
selection of preset aspect ratios, some of which are user definable.
All picture adjustments can be made with the remote control interacting with a simple menu-activated On Screen Display; alternatively, the
projector can be controlled by a domestic automation system via its
serial port, by a USB 1.1 connection or by ethernet RJ45 connection.
The appliance has been subjected to exhaustive operating tests by
SIM2 to ensure maximum quality.
The projector bulb life should thus initially be around 30-60 hours.
Besides the usual checks, the Quality Control department also runs
additional statistical tests before despatch.
In this instance the packaging may show signs of having been
opened, and the hours operation of the lamp may be higher than
the value required under standard procedures.
CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION3
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 4
UNPACKING
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INSTALLATION
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SWITCHING THE PROJECTOR ON AND OFF
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CONNECTIONS
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REMOTE CONTROL
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ON SCREEN MENU
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9 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE26
10 COMMON PROBLEMS26
11 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES27
Technical specifications28
Structure of the on screen menu 29
Dimensions31
Projection distance33
Vertical - Horizontal Shift34
DLP and DMD are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and the expression High-Definition Multimedia Interface
are trade marks or registered marks of HDMI licensing LLC
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2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This symbol indicates the possible electric
shock hazard associated with uninsulated live
components in the interior of the unit.
This symbol indicates the presence of important instructions regarding the use and
maintenance of the product.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect the power supply cable on the rear panel before removing the top cover of the projector.
For technical assistance refer to trained personnel authorised by the manufacturer.
LAMP WARNING
If the lamp should suddenly burst with a loud bang, air the room thoroughly before using it.
Do not attempt to replace the bulb: contact your local service centre for the replacement.
ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
This product contains materials derived from natural resources during its manufacture. It may contain materials which constitute a health and environmental hazard. To prevent noxious materials being released into the environment and to promote
the use of natural materials, SIM2 Multimedia provides the following information regarding the disposal and recyclig of the
product. Electrical and electronic waste materials (WEE) should never be disposed of in normal residential waste disposal
facliities. The label on the product, shown here, indicating a crossed out garbage can, is intended to remind you that the
product requires special handling at the end of its service life.
Materials such as glass, plastic and some chemical compunds are recoverable and can be recycled for reuse. Please
observe the following instructions:
1. When you no longer wish to keep your electrical and electronic equipment, take it to your local waste disposal
facility for recycling.
2. You may return your old equipment to your dealer when you buy a new product which is equivalent or has the same
functions as the old one. Call SIM2 Multimedia to find your local dealer.
3. If you need more information regarding recycling, reuse and product exchanges, please contact customer service
on the number given in the manual.
Please read the instructions regarding recycling of the internal and external packaging (including that used for shipping)
with which the product was delivered. With your help, we can reduce the amount of environmental resources consumed
in making electric and electronic equipment, reduce the use of dumps for used equipment and, in general, improve our
quality of life by making sure that hazardous materials are correctly scrapped.
Incorrect treatment of the product at the end of its service life and failure to follows the above disposal instructions are
punishable under local legislation.
Read all chapters of this manual carefully before switching on the projector. This manual provides basic instructions for using the HT5000
system. Installation, preliinary adjustments and procedures that necessitate the removal of the top cover and contact with electrical components must be done by authorised, trained technicians. To ensure safe operation and long term reliability use exclusively the power
cables supplied by the manufacturer. Observe all warnings and precautions.
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FCC STATEMENT
CLASS B PRODUCT
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operated the equipment under FCC rules.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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Projection lens.
Magnetic cover for lens sostitution.
Remote control IR sensor on front of unit.
Unblock lens hole.
Adjustable feet.
• Read this manual carefully and keep it in a safe place
for future consultation.
This manual contains important information on how to
install and use this equipment correctly. Before using the
equipment, read the safety prescriptions and instructions
carefully. Keep the manual for future consultation.
• Do not touch internal parts of the units
Inside the cabinet there are electrical parts carrying
dangerously high voltages and parts operating at high
temperature. Never open the cabinet. Entrust all servicing
and repair work to an authorised Service Centre. Opening
the cabinet voids the warranty.
• Disconnecting the appliance from the power supply.
The device which disconnects the unit from the mains is
the power plug. Ensure that the power cable plugs and
the electrical mains socket outlets are easily accessible
during installation operations. Pull the plug, not the cable,
to disconnect the unit from the mains.
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Cooling air inlet/outlet vents.
Bulb compartement.
Connnection panel.
Cooling air inlet/outlet vents.
• Use only the specified power supply.
Connect the units to a mains electrical supply with rated
voltage of between 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz and equipped
with a protective earth connection. If you are not sure of
your domestic mains rating, contact an electrician. Take
care to avoid overloading the power socket and any extension leads.
• Changing the fuses.
Before changing the fuse disconnect the unit from the
mains power supply.
The fuse compartment is next to the power supply connector. Remove the fuse holder with a flat head screwdriver
and replace the fuse. Fit a new spare fuse. Use only T 5A
H fuses.
• Be careful with cables.
Make certain cables are routed so that people will not be
impeded or tripped up.
Keep all cables away from children.
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Install the unit as close to the wall socket as possible. Avoid
stepping on power cables, make certain they do not become tangled, and never jerk or tug them; do not expose
them to sources of heat, and make sure they do are not
knotted or crimped. If the power cables become damaged, stop using the system and request the assistance of
an authorised technician.
• Disconnect the unit from the mains power supply in the
event of electrical storms and when not in use.
To prevent damage from lightning strikes in the vicinity,
disconnect the unit during storms or when the sytsem is
going to be left unused for a long time.
• Avoid contact with liquids and exposure to damp.
Do not use the unit near to water (sinks, tubs, etc.); do not
place objects containing liquids on or near to the unit and
do not expose it to rain, humidity, drops of water or sprays;
do not use water or liquid detergent to clean it.
• Do not insert objects through the openings in the unit.
Make sure that no objects are inserted inside the units. If this
should occour, disconnect the unit from the power supply
immediately and call an authorised technician.
• Energy savings.
Disconnect the power supply when the projector is not
in use. This will considerably reduce power consumption
and also lengthen the service life of the unit’s electrical
circuitry.
• PRODUCT DISPOSAL
This projector utilizes a pressurizzed lamp containing a small
amount of mercury. Disposal of these materials may be
regulated due to enviromental considerations. For disposal
or recycling information please contact your local autorities
or, if you are located in the United States of America, the
Electronic Industries Alliance.
www.eiae.org
www.lamprecycle.org
• Do not allow the unit to overheat.
To prevent this, allow a free space of at least 40 cm around
the back of the projector.
Do not block the ventilation slots.
Do not place the unit near to heat sources such as ovens,
radiators or other devices (including amplifiers).
Do not place the unit in a restricted area (shelving units,
bookshelves, etc.) and in general avoid placing it in poorly
ventilated areas as this can lead to overheating.
• Never look directly at the projection lamp. Never look directly into the lamp when it is on as the intense light can damage your eyes. Take particular care that
children cannot do so.
• Take special care regarding the movements of the
lens.
Do not place objects in the slots on the side of the lens,
and also ensure that the lens’s horizontal and vertical movements are unimpeded by external objects.
• Position the unit on a stable surface.
Place the projector on a stable surface or use the provided
ceiling mounting bracket.
Never place the projector on its side or rear, lens or top
panel.
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3 UNPACKING
To remove the HT5000 system from its carton follow the
diagrams (Fig. 1).
For reason of the elevated weight of projector it reccommend to unpack the projector at least in 2 persons.
1. Extract the carton box that contain the remote
control, the user manual and the power cables.
2. Extract the projector from the box seizing it by the
special raising points.
Fig.1
CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
- the projector
- Remote control
- four 1.5V AAA batteries (for remote control)
- three power cables (EU, UK, USA) for the projector
- the user manual.
If anything is missing, immediately inform your dealer.
Projector
User manual
Power cables
(EU, UK, USA)
Remote Control
4 1.5V AAA batteries
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4 INSTALLATION
Position the projector on a stable, suitable platform or utilise the
optional bracket for a fixed ceiling installation.
M
FOCUS
O
ZO
ZOOM
WARNING: If using the ceiling mount bracket, scrupulously
observe the safety instructions included with the bracket
itself. If using a bracket other than that supplied by SIM2
Multimedia, make sure that the projector is at least 65 mm
below the ceiling and that the bracket does not obstruct the
air vents (intake and outlet).
F1
ZOOM
HELP
F2
FOCUS
AUTO
ASPECT
VCR
FO
OM
ZO
CU
FO S
CU
FO S
CU
S
OM
ZO
OM
ZO
If the projected image is not level, adjust the feet on its base
to obtain a level position, lining up the base of the projected
image to the base of the projection screen (Fig. 2).
Fig. 3
The motorized lens shift adjustment allows the projected image
to be moved vertically and horizontally (left or right)
The maximum adjustment is equal to half the height of the
image in either direction (Fig.3a).
Fig. 2
Place the projector at the desired distance from the screen:
the size of the projected image is a function of the distance
between the lens and the screen and the lens zoom setting.
Use the motor zoom (Fig. 3) to zoom the projected image in
and out.
Use the motor focus function (Fig. 3) to obtain a clear image;
if the image is correctly focused, you should be able to see
each single pixel of the projected image when close to the
screen (Fig. 3).
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Fig. 3a
If this displacement is insufficient, tilt the projector and correct
the keystone error with the Keystone adjustment in the SETUP
menu (Fig. 4).
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YS
TO
20
NE
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TRIG 1 TRIG 2
Fig. 4
Fig. 6
The Orientation adjustment in the Set up menu allows you to
reverse the image vertically and horizontally (Fig. 9), to allow
the projector to be used for desktop front, ceiling front, desktop
rear and ceiling rear installations (Fig. 5).
For rear projection the screen must be translucent.
For front projection, we recommend the use of a screen with
black matt borders to contain the projected image.
Preferably use a unit gain screen; high gain screens are only
effective when used with a small group of viewers close to the
screen’s axis.
Prevent ambient light shining directly on the screen during
projection as this will reduce the contrast of the projected
image.
Furniture and other objects with reflecting surfaces, as well as
light coloured walls should be avoided, as they are likely to
interfere with the screen’s characteristics.
Fig. 5
To activate an electric motorised screen a TRIG1 output is
provided at the rear of the projector (Fig. 6).
The output is activated (Voltage: 12V) when the projector is
switched on and is de-activated (no Voltage output) when the
projector is in stand-by mode.
You can also use black motorised curtains to delimit the screen
when the projected image aspect ratio changes (Fig. 7). This
option is controlled via the output TRIG2 at the rear of the
projector.
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TRIG 1
TRIG 2
Fig. 7
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5 SWITCHING THE PROJECTOR ON AND OFF
WARNING: Connect the projector to a power supply with a
nominal voltage within the following values: 100-240 V AC,
50/60 Hz. It must be earthed (Fig. 8).
Power Switch:
Position I: On
Position 0: Off
Switch on from standby
With the remote control press one of the keys:
- 0 to select the last imput selectet after last switching of.
- 1-9 to select the correspondent imput
With the keypad: press the ON/OFF button.
0
0
I
Power Plug
0
I
Fused
Power Socket
Fig. 10
Fig. 8
In position I the projector will initialise itself (red and green leds
on) and then goes into standby mode (red led on) (Fig. 9).
When the unit is switched on from standby the lamp switches
on; after a brief period of warming up, the image displays (blue
led on). The projected image comes from the input selected
when the unit was last switched off (Fig. 10).
If a very short time has passed since the unit was last switched
off, the lamp may not switch on because it is too hot.
Just wait a few minutes for the lamp to cool down sufficiently.
Switching off and returning to standby
0
I
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With the remote control: press
.
With the keypad: press ON/OFF button.
When switching off, the projector goes into stand-by mode and
stores the input selection at the time of switch-off.
The fans keep running until the lamp cools down (blue and
red leds on), after which they automatically switch off. Do not
switch off the projector with the power switch until the fans
have stopped running.
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LED SYSTEM TABLE
Led blue
Status
Led red
Logo Backlit
Initialisation
Blue Color
Standby
Red Color
On
Off / Blue Color (*)
Cooling
Red Color
Error (*)
Red Color
: Off
: On
: Flashing
(*): in case of error, contact your Local and authorized SIM2 Dealer for Service Information.
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6 CONNECTIONS
To obtain the best performance from your projector, we recommend the use of good quality “video cables”.
Poor quality cables will cause inferior picture performance.
For optimum connectivity we recommend you follow these
simple steps:
With exception of coaxial RCA/Phono type connectors,
always double-check that the plug is inserted the correct
way round to avoid damaging the plugs or the sockets on
the projector.
Remove cables by the plug and do not pull on the cable
itself. Avoid tangled cables.
Position the cables carefully to avoid a trip hazard especially in low light areas.
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Connection panel
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2
4
7
Television receiver
Television receiver
HDTV Receiver
DVD Player
HDTV Receiver
DVD Player
Videorecorder
DVD Player
Computer
Videocamera
Videorecorder
Game Console
Game Console
3
Television receiver
HDTV Player
Blue-Ray Player
5 6
Computer
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Professional & broadcasting equipements
8 9 10 11 12 13
HDTV Receiver
HDTV Receiver
DVD Player
DVD Player
Game Console
Videorecorder
HDTV Player
Game Console
Blue-Ray Player
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COMPOSITE VIDEO
1
Fit an RCA connector with a Composite Video (CVBS) signal
to this input.
The output connector on the external appliance is normally
coloured yellow and will often be labelled VIDEO.
Other signal and socket formats may be preferable (because
they give better image quality), but this type of output socket is
still the most commonly used, and nearly all television receivers,
video recorders, DVD players and camcorders, etc. use it.
S-VIDEO
2
GRAPHICS RGB / Yprpb
3
4
These inputs use a set of 4 RCA connectors and 5 BNC connectors. RGB and Component signals can be applied to each
set of connectors. With this video signals is possible to set YPrPb
video mode.
RGB signals can have composite synchronisation on the green
signal (RGsB), or on the HV signal.
Connect the R, G, B outputs of the source to the respective R,
G, B inputs of the HT5000 (taking care not to invert the positions)
and any synchronisation signals to the HV.
When hooking up, use the colours of the RCA connectors as
an aid as follows: the R connector is red, G is green, B is blue
and HV is white. You can use a SCART to RCA adapter cable to
connect the RGB signal from a source equipped with a SCART
output to this input.
The Component signals connect to the Y, Pr and Pb inputs:
take care that the inputs correspond to the outputs on the
source device.
Since these can be labelled differently, refer to Table 1 to
establish the correspondence between the various signals. As
indicated in the table, the colours of the connectors can also
be of help.
Only horizontal scanning frequencies of 15 kHz (standard video
resolution) or 32 kHz (high definition video, with progressive
scanning) can be applied to this input.
Progressive signals usually provide better quality than interlaced
signals, but if the source features both progressive and deinterlaced signal outputs it is good practice to compare the quality
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This input should be connected to an RGB-type video or graphic
signal using a cable with a DB15HD type connector.
The signal source device (typically a personal computer or game
console) must be able to provide separate H/V synchronisation or
composite H+V synchronisation.
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DVI-D
Fit a mini-DIN connector with an S-Video signal to this input.
The corresponding output at the external device is normally
identifiable by the labels S-VIDEO or Y/C.
This type is nearly as common as Composite Video, and is
preferable to the latter, since it gives higher image quality.
RGB/YPrPb
of the pictures reproduced by the HT5000 in the two cases: the
deinterlacing performed by the HT5000 is often more effective
than that performed by the source itself.
This input allows you to advantage from the quality of the digital images .If your source is equipped with a DVI-D output,
YCrCb or RGB connect it to this input to exploit the quality of
the HT500E-LINK system.
HDMI™ 8 9 10 11 12 13
HDMI™ (High Definition Multimedia Interface) integrates an
uncompressed high definition video signal with a multichannel
audio signal and allows exchange of control data between the
video source and the HT5000.
The HDMI input allows connection to video sources that use the
HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) protocol to
protect their contents.
Once the video source has been connected to the HDMI
input, internal processing by the HT5000 separates the video
information from the audio information. The audio information
is made available on a digital output with a female TOSLINK
connector in compliance with the S/PDIF standard.
You can use a DVI-D > HDMI adapter cable to connect the
DVI-D signal from a source equipped with a DVI-D output.
SDI
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HDSDI / SDI imput allow to connet digital serial sourses in component YPrPb in according of standards SMPTE292M (hight
definition) and SMPTE259M-C (standard resolution).
The signal is not compressed and it's transported by a coaxial
cable in digital mode.
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Motorised screen outputs
RS232 interface connector
TRIG 1
12 Volt
CONTROL RS232
CONTROL USB
LAN RJ45
TRIG 2
120 mA
0
0
I
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Fig. 12
Fig. 13
The projector is equipped with two outputs (Voltage: 12V) for
motorised projection screen and screen masking systems, used
for masking off the projection area to match the projected
image aspect ratio (Fig. 12).
The TRIG1 output is activated when the projector is switched on
(blue LED on) and is de-activated when the projector is in standby mode (red LED on). The output TRIG2 can be set with the
“Screen control” adjustment in the “Aspect” menu. This output
allows reduction in the area of a 16:9 screen, into a 4:3 format,
by activating a horizontal screen masking system.
The projector can be controlled from a PC: simply hookup the
interface connector to a PC’s RS232 serial cable or to a PC's
USB 1.1 cable or with ethernet lan (RJ45) in according with
standard ethernet 10/100 Mbit e TCP/IP. (Fig.13)
The Ethernet RJ45 and USB control require an additional software
provided by SIM2 Multimedia.
7 REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control requires four 1.5 V batteries, size AAA.
Insert the batteries, taking care to match the polarity, as indicated in the battery compartment in the handset.
Change the batteries in the remote control if experiencing
difficulty in sending commands to the projector.
Remove batteries from the remote control if it is not to be used
for a long period of time. The batteries are prone to leak and
corrode the remote control’s circuits.
The remote control sends commands to the projector via
infrared signals.
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The projector is equipped with an infrared sensor on its front
panel and can therefore be controlled by pointing the remote
control towards the projection screen; the IR beam reflects off
the screen towards the projector.
There is another infrared sensor in the rear of projector.
Do not place objects between the remote control and the
receiver on the projector, as this can prevent the remote from
working.
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8 ON SCREEN MENU
All system functions can be operated from the keypad or
remote control, with the aid of a complete, user-friendly on
screen menu.
INPUTS
The input selection menu is called by pressing 0 on the remote
control or with the keypad SOURCE key. To select an input, scroll
through the list with the ▲ e ▼ keys until the required input is
highlighted, then press ▶.
Display of the input selection menu is terminated by pressing
the ESC key or when the On-Screen Menu display timeout interval (set in the Menu Setup) has elapsed or after the signal's
recognising.
The inputs can receive RGB and YPrPb signals, at 15 kHz, 32 kHz
or higher. The input and type of signal (RGB or YPrPB) are set in
the pull down menu at the right of the symbol < after pressing
the ◀ key (Fig. 14).
MAIN MENU
To access the main menu of the On Screen Display press
the MENU key on the keypad or the MENU+ or MENU- key on the
remote control.
The main menu is divided into four windows, PICTURE, IMAGE,
SETUP and MENU, in which the various adjustments are grouped
according to the frequency of use. Use the ▲ and ▼ keys to
select the line corresponding to the adjustment you wish to
make (Fig. 15).
Picture
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Filter
Cinema Mode
Noise Reduction
Source list / Rename source
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
VIDEO 1
S-VIDEO 2
COMPONENT 3
COMPONENT 4
GRAPHICS RGB 5
GRAPHICS RGB 6
DVI 7
HDMI 8
HDMI 9
HDMI 10
HDMI 11
HDMI 12
HDMI 13
SDI 14
50
50
50
3
2
Off
Auto
Auto
Fig.15
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
COMPONENT
GRAPHICS
GRAPHICS
DVI
HDMI
HDMI
HDMI
HDMI
HDMI
HDMI
SDI
The various menus only offer the relevant adjustments in accordance with the type of input signal displayed (e.g. certain
typical adjustments for video signals, not necessary for graphic
signals, do not appear on the menus, and vice versa).
Some adjustments (e.g. Brightness and Contrast) are associated
with a numerical value that can be varied within the set limits
using the ◀ and ▶ keys.
For others (e.g. CINEMA MODE) you can choose between two
options presented on the same line and selectable using the
keys ◀ and ▶ (Fig.16a/b).
Fig.14
HDMI 8-13 inputs can receive the signals from DVI-D sources.
During the short time it takes to find the signal, a box appears
showing the signal requested. As soon as the signal is shown
additional information is displayed in the box concerning the
video standard (for video signals) or resolution (for graphic
signals), format and the eventual user's memory.
This information can be recalled by pressing the numerical key
that it corresponds at the selected source.
In the SETUP menu you can select whether to display this information or not; for further information see SOURCE INFORMATION in
the MENU menu.
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Image
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Overscan
Position
Y/C Delay
1
1
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These submenus are accessed by pressing the < key, while exit
and return to the upper level occurs by pressing MENU+/-.
Press ESC on the remote control or keypad to interrupt the
menu display or wait for it to disappear automatically after
the number of seconds set on the SET-UP page.
Image
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Overscan
Position
Y/C Delay
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COLOR
This control (also called Saturation) increases or decreases the
picture colour intensity. When set to zero, colour images will be
shown in black and white. Increase the value until the colours
appear natural: suitable references include skin tones and grass
in landscape shots.
Tint
Controls the purity of colours. Basically determines the red-green
ratio of the picture.
Decreasing the value increases the red content of the image,
increasing it increases the green. For this adjustment use skin
tones or a test card image with colour bars as a reference.
Normal
Anamorphic
Letterbox
Panoramic
Pixel to pixel
Subtitle
User 1
User 2
User 3
Fig.16b
PICTURE
This menu includes all image adjustment settings. Adjustments
that are not available for a given input do not appear on the
menu. For a full listing of the menu, refer to paragraph ON SCREEN
MENU LAYOUT in the chapter ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
Brightness
Use this control to adjust the darker areas of the picture (black
level), without significantly affecting bright areas. Increasing
the value will give more detail in darker parts of the picture. For
correct adjustment it may prove useful to display a grey scale
with at least twenty bands. Now try to reduce the brightness of
the black band as much as possible while ensuring that it can
still be distinguished from the adjacent band with brightness
slightly higher than black. Alternatively use a scene composed
of black objects alongside other dark coloured objects and try
to keep all the objects separately identifiable.
Contrast
Use this control to adjust the image’s white level without affecting its dark areas. For correct adjustment it may prove useful
to display a grey scale with at least twenty bands. Now try to
increase the brightness of the white band as much as possible
while ensuring that it can still be distinguished from the adjacent
band with brightness slightly less than white. Alternatively use a
scene composed of well-lit white objects surrounded by light
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objects with lower level lighting, and try to ensure that all the
objects remain separately identifiable.
Sharpness
This adjustment serves to modulate the signal to increase or
decrease the level of picture detail.
When the sharpness value is reduced the image details appear less pronounced, while increasing the value raises image
definition, making the outline of objects sharper.
Note that an excessively high value may result in a ‘noisy’
picture and the edges of objects may appear unnaturally
clearly defined.
Sharpness Mode
This allows you to select the type of processing associated with
sharpness adjustment. For an interlaced or progressive video
signal, set to Video; for PC graphics signals, set to Graphics.
Sets the system to receive graphics signals rather than video
signals. If the VIDEO option is set, it applies Noise Reduction to
increase the clarity of the image. The GRAPHICS option deactivates noise reduction.
Filter
This allows you to select the mode in which the input signal is
processed. Selecting the most appropriate value for a given
input signal ensures the best horizontal and vertical definition
and makes the picture sharper.
Cinema Mode
Use this option if the video signal source is a movie film (obtained from a Teleciné device with 3:2 or 2:2 pull-down). In this
case a deinterlacing algorithm optimized for this type of signal
is applied.
Selecting AUTO mode causes the de-interlacer to analyse signal characteristics and apply the correct deinterlacing mode
automatically.
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Selecting the NO option causes the de-interlacer to apply a
Motion compensated algorithm optimized for video camera
signals.
NOISE REDUCTION
This adjustment serves to select the noise reduction filter value.
This adjustement is allowed for interlaced video signals, while
for the progressive video signals only if SHARPNESS MODE in set
on VIDEO.
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-
SDI
HDMI™
DVI
-
RGB Grafico
RGBS
-
YPrPb
RGBS 15kHz
YPrPb 15kHz
Adjustement
Video
S-Video
Inputs
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
(1)
-
-
(4)
-
Sharpness
Sharpness mode
-
Anamorphic: correctly displays a 16:9 image.
Letterbox: serves to display a 4:3 letterbox image (with source
signal having black bands above and below the picture) so that
it fills the 16:9 screen and maintains the correct aspect ratio.
Panoramic: widens the 4:3 image and cuts off a strip from the
top and bottom. Panoramic is ideal for displaying a 4:3 image
on the 16:9 screen of the Display.
SUBTITLES: raises the image, thus making space for subtitles.
Pixel to Pixel: runs a pixel to pixel mapping of any image, without
adapting to the screen. The image is projected in the centre
of the screen and if its horizontal and/or vertical dimensions
are smaller than the display, it is bounded by vertical and/or
horizontal black bands.
(4)
Filter
-
-
-
-
Cinema mode
-
(2)
-
(2)
Noise reduction
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)(4)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Normal: projects the image occupying the full height of the
screen while maintaining the aspect ratio of the input signal.
When the input signal aspect ratio is 4:3 black vertical bands
are displayed on the right and left of the picture.
Present only if STANDBY VIDEO is NTSC
Present only for interlaced video signals
Presento only if SHARPNESS MODE is set on VIDEO
Not avaible when DVI singol type is RGB
IMAGE
This menu features adjustments relating to picture Position,
Aspect ratio, Magnification etc.
Aspect
This adjustment allows you to change the dimensions and
aspect ratio (relationship between width and height) of the
displayed image. There are six preset aspects available and
three personalised aspects (with user-settable parameters). You
can select a different aspect for each source: the selected
aspect ratio will be automatically applied the next time the
relative source is called.
You can also select the required aspect ratio by repeatedly
pressing the key
, or by pressing
and a numerical key
(1...9).The following aspects are available:
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User 1, 2, 3: use this option if none of the others are satisfactory.
The User formulas give you the ability to continuously adjust the
picture size horizontally and vertically.
Color Temperature
Changes the colour balance of the image.
The colour temperature setting is made by setting the white point
in the CIE chromaticity diagram.
Moving it horizontally (fig.17) changes the correlated colour
temperature, with the low temperatures to the right (more red)
and high temperatures to the left (more blue). The points on
the lowest horizontal line (Fig.18) represent the colours on the
black body curve.
There are 3 predefined colour temperature settings (High, Medium, Low) and USER setting that allows the manual regulation.
The colour temperature is constant on the vertical lines, but is
more or less different from the black body curve. This means
that the higher points of the graph are more green.
On the contrary, the lower points of the graphic yield a more
purple image.
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cameras, and for viewing films or photos on your PC.
The Enhanced set is suitable for watching movies. The Graphics
set is suited to displaying graphics (PC, CAD, PC presentations,
etc.). User enables you to define your own curve. You can thus
520
540
Table 5 - Gamma correction settings
Green
560
0.6
580
590
Y 0.4
2850
4800
6500
10000
Infinity
0.2
480
0.0
1500
1000
Red
620
650
Blue
470
450
0.2
x= 0,282
y= 0.320
T= 8700K
uv= 0,015
0.4
X
0.6
0.8
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Gamma functions Gamma functions
Enhanced SIM2
Standard
0.8
ST1
For general use
EN1
Suited to displaying images from videocameras, digital cameras or TV studios in high
ambient light.
EN2
Suited to displaying images from videocameras, digital cameras or TV studios in low
ambient light.
EN3
Suited to displaying cinematographic material
in high ambient light.
EN4
Suited to displaying cinematographic material
in moderate ambient light.
y
EN5
Suited to displaying cinematographic material
in controlled ambient light.
GR1
Suited to displaying graphic images (e.g. Windows desktop) in moderate ambient light.
Gamma Correction
Determines the system’s response to the grey scale, emphasising or attenuating the different grades of brightness (blacks,
dark, medium, light grey, whites) in the projected image.
The projector has a range of gamma functions which enable
you to display any image to the best effect for the type of
video source, the ambient lighting and your subjective preferences.
There are 4 sets of gamma curves: Standard (ST), Enhanced
SIM2 (EN) and Graphics (GR), User. The Standard curve has been
defined for general use, and is set for videocameras, digital
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User
Fig. 18
Gamma functions
Graphics
x
GR2
USER
Suited to displaying graphic images in moderate controlled light.
With USER curve the the user may select the
exponent (gamma value) used for gamma
compensation.
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Position
Use this adjustment to position the image vertically and horizontally.
These parameters do not normally require adjustment because
the system checks the input signal and automatically sets the
most suitable values. However, if the image is not perfectly
centralized it may prove useful to request the system to repeat
the input signal analysis and image positioning, calling the automatic control procedure with button A on the remote control
or the AUTO button on the keypad. When this procedure is called
it is helpful to have a white or light coloured background on the
screen in the current picture.
Y/C Delay
In the case of Video and S-Video signals, it may be necessary
to correct horizontal colour misalignment within the projected
image. For a given video standard (e.g. PAL or NTSC) the stored
value does not normally require further fine-tuning, unless the
source or connection cable has changed.
Frequency/phase
These adjustment ensure correspondence between the number
of pixels making up the signal and the number of pixels that
make up the projected image.
These parameters do not normally require adjustment because
the system checks the input signal and automatically sets the
most suitable values. If however the image is disturbed (loss of
resolution between equidistant vertical bands or instability and
lack of detail in thin vertical lines) it may help to ask the system
to rerun the input signal analysis and set the best parameters
by calling up the automatic adjustment function with A on the
remote control or AUTO on the keypad.
If the automatic procedure fails to have the required effect,
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SDI
HDMI™
DVI
RGB Grafico
YCrCb
Regolazioni
RGBS
Ingressi
RGBS 15kHz
YCrCb 15kHz
OVERSCAN
Eliminates irregularities around the outer borders of the image.
Some less accurate sources may produce an image with
uneven borders; thanks to the overscan function these imperfections can be moved to outside the displayed area. For the
most common video sources, the overscanning value can be
in the range (no overscanning) to 32 (maximum). The resulting
image always maintains the selected aspect irrespective of
the selected overscan value.
proach the screen sufficiently to observe the effects of the
adjustments.
Video
S-Video
select the coefficient which determines the curve.
Values from 1.5 to 2.2 allow you to emphasise the detail of dark
images, but reduce overall contrast. Values higher than 2.2
increase overall contrast, but reduce the detail of dark areas.
Value 2.2 typically yields pleasant, contrasty images.
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Overscan
Position
-
Y/C Delay
Frequency
Phase
-
-
-
-
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SETUP
The setup menu contains less frequently used adjustments
that may be required during installation (e.g. The display of
Test Patterns).
Orientation
Reverse the image vertically and horizontally to best fit the
installation: i.e. desktop front, ceiling front, desktop rear and
ceiling rear (Fig.19).
projection lens
The ZOOM adjustment impacts on the motorized zoom lens
allowing to increase or decrease the dimension of the projected
image. The FOCUS adjustment impacts on the motorized lens
focus, allowing to obtain the highest definition on the projected
image. An accurate focus setting should allow the viewer to
distinguish each pixel that create the image one from another.
In the initial phase of installation the configurable keys (F1, F2)
serve as optical zoom and optical focus.
LAMP POWER
If your room is especially dark, the images from the system
HT5000 could result execessively bright. In order to enjoy wonderful images, the LAMP POWER allows to reduce the lamp
power. In this way, the brightness of the image will be adapted
to your projection conditions and a grater life lamp will be
guaranteed.
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KEYSTONE
This adjustment compensate the image distortion caused by
tilting the projector. We recommend installing the projector on
a surface which is perpendicular to the screen and use LENS
SHIFT adjustment to centre the image. Tilt the projector and use
Keystone correction only when necessary.
KE
YS
POWER ON
If selected (AUTO), this option allows the system when the
projector is connected to the mains power supply.
In STANDBY mode the projector remain in STANDBY mode and
awaits the power-up command from the remote control or
keypad.
TEST PATTERNS
Displays a series of eight test patterns, which are useful when
installing the system and checking basic functions. Use the ▼
and ▲ keys to browse through the test patterns (Fig. 21).
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INITIAL SETTINGS
Reconfigures the projector to original factory settings except
Position, Orientation, Y/C Delay, Zoom and Focus (Fig. 22).
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Confirm?
No
Yes
Fig.22
MENUS
LANGUAGE
Selects On Screen Display menu language.
INPUTS LIST
In order to make the HT5000 system increasingly flexible, the
functions described below make it possible to modify the inputs
selection menu and adapt it so that it matches the requirements of the user more closely. The main page displays all the
inputs physically present on the projector.
You can delete any inputs which are not in use. To do this,
select the input in the pull down menu which appears when
you press ◀, and choose whether to activate or deactivate
the input (Fig.23).
The deactivation or activation of the source results in automatic
renumbering of the remaining active inputs.
1/1
Input list / Rename input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VIDEO 1
S-VIDEO 2
COMPONENT 3
COMPONENT 4
GRAPHICS RGB 5
GRAPHICS RGB 6
DVI 7
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT 1
COMPONENT 2
GRAPHICS 1
GRAPHICS 2
DVI
2/2
Input list / Rename input
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
HDMI 8
HDMI 9
HDMI 10
HDMI 11
HDMI 12
HDMI 13
SDI 14
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
HDMI 5
HDMI 6
SDI
Fig. 23
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Active video signal sources (shown in the inputs selection menu)
are distinguished by tick symbols.
It can be useful to identify the input with a user defined name
rather than the type of signal (for example, with the name of
the connected device).
To do this, in the pull down menu select NAME and rename the
source.
This makes it easier to remember which source is connected to
a given input; you can use up to 12 alphanumeric characters
for the name (for further details, see Entering text).
Entering text
The text entry menu in (Fig.24) makes it quick and easy to
enter text.
Edit source name
___________
Cancel
-
Confirm
+
()?@
1
ABC
2
DEF
3
GHI
4
JKL
5
MNO
6
PQRS
7
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
0
Fig.24
Text input mode is same whether you are editing an existing
name or entering a name for the first time. Characters can
be inserted in any of the available positions (represented by
horizontal lines). Use the ◀ and ▶ keys to move the cursor left
or right respectively.
Press the number key corresponding to the character; pressing
once selects the first character, twice, the second character
and so on. The available characters are shown in the text insert
menu that appears in this input mode. Once you have entered a character, move to the next space on the right to enter
the next with the ▶ key on the remote control, and repeat the
procedure. The same applies if the letter is associated with the
same key as before. Use the ▲ key to switch from upper case
to lower case characters. Cancel errors with ▼ once you have
selected the character in question. Once you have terminated
the text input procedure confirm your text and save it by pressing the MENU+ key on the remote control. If you wish to cancel the
modifications, press MENU- on the remote control.
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F1-F2 keys
The remote control is equipped with two keys (F1 and F2) which
are associated with various different functions.
The screen has six options, one for each line, and two columns
indicating the keys F1-F2. You can select F1 and F2 with the keys
◀ and ▶ on the remote control; select the function to assign
to F1 or F2 with the keys ▼ and ▲.
The function performed by the key is confirmed by the appearance of a dot on the corresponding column-row intersection
(Fig 25).
The following menu options are available.
Menu
Language
English
Source list
F1/F2 keys
Source info
Zoom
OSD Backgroung
Focus
OSD Position
Magnification
OSD Timeout Blank
Color Temperature
Successive pressing F1 or F2 key makes it possible to select
among the available color temperature setting.
Gamma Correction
Successive pressing F1 or F2 key makes it possible to select
from among the available gamma curves.
SOURCE INFORMATION
When active (YES) each time the source is changed information is displayed relative to the signal type. If inactive, (NO) no
information about the source is displayed.
OSD Background
Determines the type of background for the On Screen Display
(opaque or transparent).
F1 F2
OSD TIMEOUT
Determines the On Screen Display timeout. The adjustment is
made using the ◀ (decrease) and ▶ (increase) keys within a
6-200 second timeframe.
Gamma correction
Color temperature
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Zoom
Accesses the lens zoom, so that ◀ and ▶ zoom into and out
The FOCUS setting drives the motorized focus to focus the
image; precise focus should enable you to see every pixel in
the image when close to the screen.
Focus
This option enables you to use the ◀ and ▶ keys to focus the
image.
Magnification
Activates the electronic zoom, the keys ◀ and ▶ zoom into the
image. If the key is pressed a second time you will activate PAN
mode in which the ◀ and ▶, ▼ and ▲ keys enable you to pan
over the magnified image.
At the third pression of F1 or F2 key, the system reconfigures the
projector to original visualisation settings.
Blank
Switches off the video signal and displays a black page. As
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any further keys on the remote control restores the previous
conditions.
OSD Position
Allows the On Screen Display to be positioned in a particular area
of the projected image. The OSD can be positioned using the
arrow keys for fine adjustments or using keys 1...9 on the remote
control to select one of nine preset positions.
MEMORIES
The main picture parameters can be saved in discrete sets
of values called “Memories” so that they can be subsequently
applied as a group using a single command.
There are 6 distinct Memories (Memory 1,2...6) for each of the
14 signal types managed.
The image parameters that can be saved/recalled by the
Memories management system are the following:
Image
Picture
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
TINT
SHARPNESS
FILTER
NOISE REDUCTION
ASPECT
COLOR TEMPERATURE
OVERSCAN
GAMMA
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Some of these parameters may not be available for certain
inputs or certain input signals.
The menu page for the Memories management functions is
activated by pressing the key on the remote control.
The operations that can be performed on each memory
selected are described here below.
Save memory
To save the image parameter current values in memory 1,
move the cursor to line ‘1’ with the ▼ and ▲ ‚ keys and open
the pull-down menu by pressing the ◀ key (Fig.26). Now select
Save current settings. To confirm the operation, the message
Current settings saved in Memory appears in the botton line.
Memories 2...6 can be saved using the same procedure.
Memories
0 Auto
1
S Save current settings
2
I
Save initial settings
3
S MEMORIA
Rename 1
4
5
6
S MEMORY 4
S MEMORY 5
S MEMORY 6
Fig.26
Recalling a memory
To retrieve memories select the required line and press ▶. The
parameters stored in the selected memory will be applied to
the displayed image, while a confirmation message will be
displayed.
The recalled Memory will be associated with the source and
signal type, and will be automatically recalled every time that
particular source and signal type combination is selected.
Restore memory to original settings
To restore the original values of a previously modified Memory,
select the line relative to the Memory in question and open
the corresponding drop-down menu (◀ key). Select the line
‘Save initial settings’.
To confirm the operation, the message ‘Initial settings saved in
Memory 1’ is shown at the bottom of the display and the letter
“I” appears to the left of the memory name.
Rename a memory
All Memories can be named. To assign a name (with a maximum length of 12 alphanumeric characters) to a Memory,
select the option ‘Rename’ from the corresponding pull-down
menu. The text is input in accordance with the method described in the paragraph ENTERING TEXT.
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Restore current values
When you enter the MEMORIES menu a copy of the current
settings is saved in a temporary memory (designated by 0
- AUTO). Once one or more memories have been recalled, you
can restore the settings that were effective at the moment the
Memories menu was accessed by selecting Memory ‘0’(0 - AUTO).
Note that this operation must be executed before the Memories’
menu page disappears (30 seconds after the final operation
with the remote control or keypad). The next time it appears,
in fact, the temporary memory will contain new information
that takes account of any Memories that were selected in the
penultimate access to the ‘MEMORIES page.
Memory 0 can be used even when you do not wish to enable
Memories management for the signal in use. Once Memory 0
has been selected, when a source is chosen, the settings that
were effective at the time the Memory was previously recalled
will be automatically applied.
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INFO
Displays the current status of the projector and information
concerning the projected video/graphic signal.
This function is displayed on pressing the
key on the remote
control (or, in the absence of the On Screen Display, the ▶ key
on the keypad).
QUICK MENUS
The quick menus provide access to the main adjustments that
affect image quality without calling the main menu. Brightness,
Contrast, Colour, Tint, Sharpness and Filter adjustments appear at
the bottom of the screen one after the other when the ▼ and
▲ keys are pressed.
MESSAGES
The following messages could appear on your screen:
No Signal
The system does not recognise any signal applied to the selected input. In this case:
• Make sure the selected input is connected to a video
or graphic signal and that that source is functioning correctly.
• Check the condition of the cables used to connect the
system to the various sources.
• Make sure the video or graphic signals supplied by the
source are compatible with the system’s technical specifications and, in particular, with those of the selected
input.
Out of range
This message appears when either the resolution or the vertical/horizontal frequency of the input signal exceeds system
specifications (when an input is supplied with an incompatible
signal (e.g. after setting the components input to YPrPb 15kHz
a progressive signal is connected).
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9 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
The projector does not require internal adjustment. There are
no user serviceable parts inside the projector.
To replace the bulb or any other repairs, contact your local
service centre.
The lens may be cleaned with a very soft, non-abrasive small
brush, in order to remove dust particles. Alternatively, use a soft
dry cleaning cloth (of the type used for camera lens cleaning)
to remove fingerprints and grease marks.
To clean the outer cover of the projector use a soft cloth and
moisten slightly if necessary with water and a small amount of
neutral soap. Do not rub the rear panel markings.
SIM2 RECOMMENDS THAT THE POWDER FILTER IS CLEANED EACH
TIME THE LAMP IN CHANGED.
10 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
No power (LEDs always OFF)
• Check that the unit power switch are set to I.
• Check that the power cable is correctly connected to the
unit power sockets.
• Check the condition of the fuse located on the power
socket on the rear of the projector.
• Replace the fuse located on the projector’s power socket with an
identical type (T 5A H).
• If the fuse blows repeatedly, seek technical assistance from
your nearest Dealer.
Lamp fails to switch on
• If this happens immediately after the last time the unit was
switched off, allow a few minutes between switching off and
switching on again. This will allow the lamp to cool down
sufficiently.
• If the lamp fails to illuminate - even though the unit has
had time to cool down - seek technical assistance from
your nearest Dealer.
• Check the state of the connection by interpreting the
code displayed by the system LEDs in accordance with
Fig. 11.
No image
• Make sure the selected input is connected to a video
or graphic signal and that that source is functioning correctly.
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• Make sure the video or graphic signals supplied by the
source are compatible with the HT5000 system’s technical
specifications and, in particular, with those of the selected
input.
• Check the condition of the cables used to connect the
projector to its input sources.
• Check the state of the connection by interpreting the code
displayed by the system LEDs.
• Make sure the cooling air vents on the units are not blocked
and that the ambient temperature is below 35°C.
Image is disturbed, unstable or noisy
• Check compatibility of the video or graphic signals with
the technical specifications of the system, and specifically,
with the specifications of the selected input.
• Check all cables.
• If the problem occurs on a terrestrial broadcast source
signal, check that the receiver has been correctly tuned
in and that the aerial system is in good working order.
• If the problem occurs in a video signal from a videorecorder, ensure that the videotape is in good condition
• Adjust the Sharpness parameter in the PICTURE menu to
optimise the projected image.
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Incomplete image along borders (vertical and horizontal)
• Check compatibility of the video or graphic signals with
the technical specifications of the system, and specifically,
with the specifications of the selected input.
• Recall the automatic image adjustment function by pressing the key “A” on the remote control.
• Adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the image
with the IMAGE / POSITION menu (if available for the input in
question).
• Adjust the width and height of the image, selecting Aspect
in the IMAGE ADJUSTMENTS / ASPECT menu.
• Adjust the overscan value applied to the image on the
IMAGE / OVERSCAN menu.
Image too dark, too pale or unnaturally coloured
• Check compatibility of the video or graphic signals with
the technical specifications of the system, and specifically,
with the specifications of the selected input.
• Adjust the Contrast, Brightness, Colour and Tint parameters
in the PICTURE menu.
• If necessary, adjust Color Temperature and Gamma Correction
(IMAGE menu).
Video Image showing colour misalignment on vertical details
• Check compatibility of the video or graphic signals with
the technical specifications of the system, and specifically,
with the specifications of the selected input.
• Adjust Y/C Delay settings in the IMAGE menu to reduce colour
misalignment.
Remote control does not work
• Check remote control battery power and correct polarity.
• Ensure the area between the infrared sensors (on the front
panel of the projector) and the remote control is free from
obstructions.
• Make sure the infrared sensors on the front and rear of the
projector are not exposed to intense light levels.
Graphic image with poor quality vertical detail
• Check compatibility of the video or graphic signals with
the technical specifications of the system, and specifically,
with the specifications of the selected input.
• Press key “A” on the remote control.
• Adjust the Frequency and Phase settings in the IMAGE menu
to optimize the vertical details of the image (if available
for the input in question).
12 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
You can purchase the following optional accessories at your
Dealer:
- Ceiling mount kit
- Lens
Use only original or SIM2 Multimedia approved accessories.
Warning: for ceiling/wall installation, by means of suspension
bracket, carefully follow the instructions and safety instructions recommended by the Manufacturer in the bracket’s
literature.
A range of lenses are available from our dealers to satisfy
varying installation and projection distance needs. See the
Additional Information chapter for greater details on projection
distance and enlargement ratios.
Always contact our service centre to have the lens replaced.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRONICS
GENERAL PROJECTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Input signals:
• COMPOSITE VIDEO (CVBS)
gold plated RCA connectors
1,0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative synchronisation
• 1 S-VIDEO (Y/C)
4-pole mini-DIN connector
Y: 1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative synchronisation
C: 0.286 Vpp / 75 Ω, [ nominal NTSC burst level]
0.3 Vpp / 75 Ω [nominal PAL, SECAM burst level]
• 2 COMPONENTS (Y/Pr/Pb/) - RGBS
1 set of 4 RCA connectors
1 set of 5 BNC connectors
- Component signals Y: 1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative or 3 level synchronisation [HDTV] Pr,Pb:0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω
- RGB signal
R,B:0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω
G: 0,7 Vpp / 75 Ω, HV synchronisation
1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative or 3 level synchronisation [HDTV]
Positive or negative TTL, 0.3-5 Vpp / 1 kΩ
• RGBHV (analogue RGB)
female DB15HD connectors
R,B: 0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω
G: 0.7 Vpp / 75 Ω, separate H/V Sync or H+V Sync
1.0 Vpp / 75 Ω, negative or 3 level synchronisation [HDTV] Positive or negative TTL, 0.3-5 Vpp / 1 kΩ
• 1 DVI (RGB-YPrPb digitale) 1 DVI-D female connector
• 2 HDMI HDCP
• 1 HD-SDI (BNC connector)
Control: Panel (keypad), remote control, via RS232 from PC or home automation devices,
USB 1.1, LAN RJ45
Horizontal frequency: from 15 to 80 kHz (up to to UXGA format @ 65 Hz)
Vertical frequency: 48 -100 Hz
Video Standard: automatic selection (PAL B,G,H,I,M,N,60, SECAM, NTSC 3.58 and 4.43)
High definition video standard: ATSC HDTV (480p, 720p, 1080I, 1080p)
Graphic standards: VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA
Colour temperature: from 6500 to 10000 K
Contrast:
>5000:1
Lamp:300W (dimmable 250W)
Outputs: 2 12-V / 120 mA jack connector outputs (1
active with system powered on, 1 active with
16:9 aspect ratio selected)
1 Optical audio output (TOSLINK connector)
Power cable: (EU, UK and US); 2m length
Power supply: from 100 to 240 V AC, +/-10% tolerance
Frequency: from 48 to 62 Hz
power absorption: 400 W max
Fuse: T 5A H. 5 x 20 mm
Dimensions: 570 x 277 x 720 mm (LxAxP)
Weight (approx): 45 kg
Operating temperature: 10 to 35°C
Shipping temperature: -15 to 55°C
Storage temperature: -15 to 55°C
Humidity: 20% to 95% relative humidity noncondensing
Safety: EN 60950
Portablity: desktop equipment
Compatibility
electromagnetic: EN 55022 Class B
EN 55024
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
Transport: IEC 68-2-31, IEC 68-2-32
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ON SCREEN MENU LAYOUT
Video • S-Video
[NTSC]
Video • S-Video
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Overscan
Position
Y/C Delay
Component
Ghaphics
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Overscan
Position
Frequency
Phase
Aspect
Color Temperature
Gamma Correction
Gamma Correction
Screen Control
Horizontal
Vertical
Screen control
ST1
EN1
EN2
Color Temperature
EN3
EN4
EN5
GR1
GR2
User
HDMI™
DVI
SDI
1,5
3,0
IMAGE
Aspect
Normal
Anamorphic
Letterbox
Panoramic
Subtitles
Pixel to Pixel
User 1
User 2
User 3
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Sharpness Mode
Cinema Mode
Best Color
Noise reduction
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Sharpness
Sharpness Mode
Cinema Mode
Noise reduction
HDMI™
DVI
SDI
PICTURE
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Filter
Cinema Mode
Best Color
Noise reduction
Component
Ghaphics
x= 0,282
y= 0.320
T= 8700K
uv= 0,015
High
Medium
Low
User
Setup
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Orientation
Floor
ht5000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
VIDEO 1
S-VIDEO 2
COMPONENT 3
COMPONENT 4
GRAPHICS RGB 5
GRAPHICS RGB 6
DVI 7
HDMI 8
HDMI 9
HDMI 10
HDMI 11
HDMI 12
HDMI 13
SDI 14
Zoom
Focus
Lens shift
Auto
Stand-by
English
Italiano
Français
Deusch
Español
Português
N
PyccK
Yes
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
COMPONENT
GRAPHICS
GRAPHICS
DVI
HDMI
HDMI
HDMI
HDMI
HDMI
HDMI
SDI
Active
Name
Yes No
Edit source name
___________
Cancel
-
Confirm
+
()?@
1
ABC
2
DEF
3
GHI
4
JKL
5
MNO
6
PQRS
7
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
0
()?@
1
Edit memory name
___________
Cancel
-
Confirm
+
ABC
2
DEF
3
GHI
4
JKL
5
MNO
6
PQRS
7
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
0
MEMORIES
Save current settings
Save initial settings
Rename
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Zoom
Focus
Magnification
Blank
Color temperature
Gamma correction
No
Memories
Memrie
0 Auto
11
SS MEMORY
MEMORIA11
..
S MEMORY 2
..
S MEMORY 3
..
S MEMORY 4
..
S MEMORY 5
6
S MEMORY 6
Floor
Floor-rear
Ceiling
Ceiling-rear
MENU
Language
Source list
F1/F2 keys
Source info
OSD background
OSD Position
OSD Timeout
Horizontal
Vertical
SETUP
Orientation
Keystone
Projection Lens
Lamp Power
Power On
Test patterns
Initial settings
ht5000
DIMENSION 1
(Unit: mm)
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DIMENSION 2 (*)
(*) VALID MEASUREMENT ONLY
WITH STANDARD LENS
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PROJECTION DISTANCE
Meters
Lens Type
Throw
Ratio**
Throw
Distance (m)
(min - max)
FWA -1*
FWA -2*
0.67:1
1.11:1
1.1 - 3.2
3 -15
Short
Fixed
1
2
3
Med-Long
Long
1.39~1.87:1 1.87~2.56:1 2.56~4.16:1 4.16~6.96:1
4 - 24
4 - 24
9.1 - 45
12 - 80
Distance (meters)
Throw
Image Width
meters
1.5
3
4.5
6
9
10.5
13.5
Med-Short
Fixed
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
3.4
5
6.7
10
12
15
2.1
4.2
6.3
8.3
12.5
14.6
18.8
2.8
5.6
8.4
11.2
16.8
19.6
24.0
2.8
5.6
8.4
11.2
16.8
19.6
25.2
3.8
7.7
11.5
15.4
23.0
24.0
34.6
3.8
7.7
11.5
15.4
23.0
26.9
34.6
6.2
12.5
18.7
25.0
37.4
43.7
45.0
6.2
12.5
18.7
25.0
37.4
43.7
56.2
10.4
20.9
31.3
41.8
62.6
73.1
80.0
Feet
Lens Type
Throw
Ratio**
Throw
Distance (ft)
(min - max)
FWA -1*
FWA -2*
0.67:1
1.12:1
3.2 - 9.9
9.9 -49
Short
Med-long
Long
1.39~1.87:1 1.87~2.56:1 2.56~4.16:1 4.16~6.96:1
13.1-78.7
Throw
Image Width
feet
5
10
15
20
30
35
45
Med-short
13.1-78.7
29.5 -147
39.3 - 262.3
Distance (feet)
Fixed
Fixed
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
3.3
6.7
10.0
13.4
20.1
23.4
30.1
5.6
11.2
16.8
22.4
33.6
39.2
50.4
7
13.9
20.9
27.8
41.7
48.7
62.6
9.4
18.7
28.1
37.4
56.1
65.5
84.2
9.4
18.7
28.1
37.4
56.1
65.5
84.2
12.8
25.6
38.4
51.2
76.8
89.6
115
12.8
25.6
38.4
51.2
76.8
89.6
115
20.8
41.6
62.4
83.2
125
146
187
20.8
41.6
62.4
83.2
125
146
187
34.8
69.6
104
139
209
244
262
*FWA – Fixed Wide Angle
** Throw Distance/Image Width
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VERTICAL - HORIZONTAL SHIFT
VERTICAL SHIFT
UP:
+70% of image height
DOWN: - 30% of image height
+ 70% H
Center= 0
Screen Height = 1H
- 30% H
HORIZONTAL SHIFT
LEFT:
+30% of image width
RIGHT: - 30% of image width
+ 30% W
Center= 0
- 30% W
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