User’s Guide
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Notations Used in This Guide
• Safety indications
The documentation and the projector use graphical symbols to show how to use the projector safely.
The indications and their meaning are as follows. Make sure you understand them properly before reading the guide.
Warning
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or even death due to incorrect handling.
Caution
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or physical damage due to incorrect handling.
• General information indications
Attention
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Indicates procedures which may result in damage or injury if sufficient care is not taken.
Indicates additional information and points which may be useful to know regarding a topic.
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Indicates a page where detailed information regarding a topic can be found.
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Indicates that an explanation of the underlined word or words in front of this symbol appears in the glossary of terms. See the "Glossary"
section of the "Appendix".
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[Name]
Menu Name
Indicates the name of the buttons on the remote control or the control panel.
Example: [Esc] button
Indicates Configuration menu items.
Example:
Select Brightness from Image.
Image - Brightness
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Notations Used in This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Setting up the Touch Unit (EB-595Wi only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Connecting Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Introduction
Projector Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Interactive Features (Easy Interactive Function) (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)
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Enabling Projection from a Short Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to a Network and Projecting Images from the Computer's Screen . . . .
Enhanced Security Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enlarge and Project Your Files with the Document Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Front/Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Top/Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching the Feet (only Models with Feet Supplied) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Control Operating Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interactive Pen (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Battery for the Interactive Pen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Tip of the Interactive Pen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pen Tray (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Touch Unit (EB-595Wi only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Preparing the Projector
Installing the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Installation Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
When Using the Interactive Features (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only) . . . . . 27
Connecting a Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a Smartphone or Tablet Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Image Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting USB Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a Microphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting External Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a LAN Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Optional Wireless LAN Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Multiple Projectors (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only) . . . . . . . .
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Basic Usage
Projecting Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Getting Ready to Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image (Source Search)
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Switching to the Target Image Using the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projecting with USB Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting for the First Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Uninstalling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Adjusting Projected Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Correcting Keystone Distortion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
H/V-Keystone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Quick Corner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Image Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Position of the Image (Image Shift) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Vertical Position of the Image (Models Supplied with the Feet only)
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Raising the Height of the Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lowering the Height of the Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Horizontal Position of the Image (Models Supplied with the Feet only)
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Correcting the Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Auto Iris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Aspect Mode (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-585W/EB-575Wi/EB-575W
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Changing the Aspect Mode (EB-580/EB-570 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Annotation Mode and Whiteboard Mode Toolbars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting Line Width and Color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting Whiteboard Templates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projector Control Toolbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting Network Device Display from the Projector Control Toolbar . . .
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Using the Interactive Features over a Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Precautions When Connecting to a Projector on a Different Subnet . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Windows Pen Input and Ink Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Using the Interactive Features
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Enabling Windows Pen Input and Ink Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Using Windows Pen Input and Ink Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Interactive Feature Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Drawing on a Projected Image (Annotation Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Projected Screen as a Whiteboard (Whiteboard Mode) . . . . . . . . . .
Controlling Computer Features from a Projected Screen (Computer Interactive
Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Computer Interactive Mode System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Computer Interactive Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Easy Interactive Driver System Requirements (OS X only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing Easy Interactive Driver on OS X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using the Interactive Pens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Pen Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibrating Automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibrating Manually . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Pen Operation Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using Your Finger for Interactive Touch Operations (EB-595Wi
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Safety Instructions for Interactive Touch Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Laser Warning Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Interactive Touch Operations with Your Finger . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibrating for Touch Operations with Your Finger . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Interacting with the Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Switching the Interactive Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Useful Functions
Projection Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Projecting Images Stored on a USB Storage Device (PC Free) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications for Files that Can Be Projected Using PC Free . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PC Free Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PC Free Operating Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projecting the Selected Images or Movies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projecting Image Files in a Folder in Sequence (Slideshow) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Image File Display Settings and Slideshow Operation Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V Mute) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Freezing the Image (Freeze) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pointer Function (Pointer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Remote Control to Operate the Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse) . . . . . .
Saving a User's Logo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving User Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Security Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Managing Users (Password Protection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kinds of Password Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Password Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering the Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restricting Operation (Control Panel Lock) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Anti-Theft Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Installing the Wire Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Monitoring and Controlling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
About EasyMP Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Message Broadcasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projector Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the Web Control Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the Web Remote Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Mail Notification Function to Report Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading Error Notification Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Management Using SNMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ESC/VP21 Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Command List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Layouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About PJLink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About Crestron RoomView . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating a Projector from Your Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Configuration Menu
Using the Configuration Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
List of Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Configuration Menu Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Image Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Signal Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Extended Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Easy Interactive Function Setting Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes on Operating the Network Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Soft Keyboard Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wireless LAN Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Security Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wired LAN Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mail Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Others Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ECO Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Info Menu (Display only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Performing Batch Setup for Multiple Projectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Troubleshooting
Using the Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Problem Solving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Reading the Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
When the Indicators Provide No Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Problems Relating to Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No Images Appear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Moving Images Are Not Displayed (only the Moving Image Portion Turns Black)
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Projection Stops Automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Message Not supported Is Displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Message No Signal Is Displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Images Are Fuzzy, Out of Focus, or Distorted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interference or Distortion Appear in Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Mouse Cursor Flickers (only when Projecting USB Display) . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Image Is Truncated (Large) or Small, or the Aspect Is Not Suitable . . . . . . .
Image Colors Are Not Right . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Images Appear Dark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Problems when Projection Starts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Projector Does Not Turn on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Problems with the Interactive Features (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only) . . . .
Cannot Draw on the Projected Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cannot Operate a Computer from the Projected Screen after Connecting to the
Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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The Message An error occurred in the Easy Interactive Function. Is Displayed
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Computer's Mouse Does Not Work Correctly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Interactive Pen Does Not Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Response Time for the Interactive Pen Is Slow (only when Projecting USB
Display) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cannot Perform Touch Operations Correctly (EB-595Wi only) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cannnot Adjust the Angle of Touch Unit (EB-595Wi only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Dot Moves Automatically or Does Not Move to the Next Position during
Calibrating Manually . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No Sound Can Be Heard or the Sound Is Faint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No Sound Can Be Heard from the Microphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
There Is Noise in the Audio (only when Projecting USB Display) . . . . . . . . . . .
The Remote Control Does Not Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I Want to Change the Language for Messages and Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mail Is Not Received even if an Error Occurs with the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cannot Change Settings Using a Web Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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About Event ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Appendix
Optional Accessories and Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
Optional Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
Screen Size and Projection Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
Projection Distance (for EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-585W/EB-575Wi/EB-575W) . . . . . 185
Projection Distance (for EB-580/EB-570) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
Supported Monitor Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188
Supported Resolutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Computer Signals (Analog RGB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Component Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Composite Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HDMI Input Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MHL Input Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
Projector General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196
Maintenance
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
Cleaning the Projector's Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the Projection Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the Obstacle Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198
General Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
Wireless Telegraphy Act Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
About Notations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
General Notice: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201
Replacing Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175
Replacing the Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lamp Replacement Period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Replace the Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting the Lamp Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air Filter Replacement Period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Replace the Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction
This chapter explains the projector's features and the part names.
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Projector Features
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Interactive Features (Easy Interactive Function)
(EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)
s "Using the Interactive Features (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)"
p.64
Enabling Projection from a Short Distance
You can project large images from a short distance without having to move
the projector away from the screen. By mounting the projector on a ceiling
or wall, you can minimize shadows cast on the screen even when you are
standing near it and avoid being dazzled by the projected light.
s "Screen Size and Projection Distance" p.185
Connecting to a Network and Projecting Images
from the Computer's Screen
You can perform the following operations using EasyMP Network
Projection and EasyMP Multi PC Projection found on the supplied EPSON
Projector Software CD-ROM.
• Sharing the projector over a network
You can perform the following operations with the interactive pen.
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•
Use the projected screen as a whiteboard
Draw on content projected from a computer
Operate a computer from the projected screen
Operate the projector from the projected screen
Select devices on the projected screen that have been connected to the
network using the supplied EasyMP Multi PC Projection
• Use the interactive features over a network using the supplied EasyMP
Network Projection or the optional Quick Wireless
When the Touch Unit is installed, you can use your finger to interact with
the projected screen instead of the interactive pen (EB-595Wi only).
By using EasyMP Network Projection, you
can connect the projector to a network and
share it with multiple computers. This allows
you to project images and documents from
any of the computers without changing
cables. You can also project from one
computer to multiple projectors.
s EasyMP Network Projection Operation
Guide
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• Projecting multiple computer screens at the same time
• Projecting images from portable devices over a network
By using EasyMP Multi PC Projection, you
can project up to four screens at the same time
from a computer on the network, or from
smartphones or tablet devices on which Epson
iProjection is installed.
s EasyMP Multi PC Projection Operation
Guide
If Epson iProjection is installed on your
smartphone or tablet device, you can
wirelessly project data from the device. You
can download Epson iProjection for free from
the App Store or from Google play. Any fees
incurred when communicating with the App
Store or Google play are the responsibility of
the customer.
Enhanced Security Functions
You can perform the following operations using optional products and
applications.
• Wirelessly projecting your computer's screen
By installing the optional wireless LAN unit,
you can project a computer screen over a
network.
s "Installing the Optional Wireless LAN
Unit" p.41
• Connecting to a computer with Quick Wireless easily
By simply connecting the optional Quick
Wireless Connection USB Key to a computer,
you can automatically perform network
settings for a wireless LAN connection, and
project the computer's screen.
• Password Protect to restrict and manage users
By setting a password you can restrict who can use the projector.
s "Managing Users (Password Protection)" p.110
• Control Panel Lock restricts button operation on the control panel
You can use this to prevent people changing projector settings without
permission at events, in schools, and so on.
s "Restricting Operation (Control Panel Lock)" p.112
• Equipped with various anti-theft devices
The projector is equipped with the following types of anti-theft security
devices.
• Security slot
• Security cable installation point
s "Anti-Theft Lock" p.113
Enlarge and Project Your Files with the Document
Camera
You can project paper documents and objects using the optional Document
Camera. By connecting to a computer and using the software supplied, you
can make full use of the projector's capabilities.
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Projector Features
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s "Optional Accessories" p.184
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Part Names and Functions
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Name
Front/Side
D Air exhaust vent
Function
Exhaust vent for air used to cool the projector internally.
Caution
While projecting, do not put your face or hands
near the air exhaust vent, and do not place objects
that may become warped or damaged by heat near
the vent. Hot air from the air exhaust vent could
cause burns, warping, or accidents to occur.
Name
E Cable cover fixing
screws
Screws to fix the cable cover in place.
F Cable cover
Loosen the two screws and open the cover when
connecting cables for external devices or installing the
wireless LAN unit.
G Control panel
Operates the projector.
s "Control Panel" p.16
H Speaker
Outputs audio.
Function
A Remote receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.
B Lamp cover
Open when replacing the projector's lamp.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
C Lamp cover fixing
screw
Screw to fix the lamp cover in place.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
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Part Names and Functions
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Name
Top/Side
Function
C Easy Interactive
Function receiver
(EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/
EB-575Wi only)
Receives signals from the interactive pen.
s "Using the Interactive Features
(EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)" p.64
D Obstacle sensor
Detects obstacles that are interfering with the projection
area.
s "Cleaning the Obstacle Sensor" p.171
E Remote receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.
F Projection window
Projects images.
Warning
• Do not look into the projection window while
projecting.
• Do not place any objects or put your hand near
the projection window. It could cause burns,
fire, or the object to warp because this area rea‐
ches a high temperature due to the concentrated
projection light.
Name
G Security slot
The security slot is compatible with the Microsaver
Security System manufactured by Kensington.
s "Anti-Theft Lock" p.113
H Air filter cover
Open when changing the air filter or operating the focus
lever.
I Air intake vent
(air filter)
Takes in air to cool the projector internally.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
s "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
J Focus lever
Adjusts the image focus.
Open the air filter cover to operate.
Function
A Air filter cover
open/close lever
Opens and closes the air filter cover.
B Wireless LAN indicator
Indicates the access status to the optional wireless LAN
unit.
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Name
Interface
E USB-B port
• Connects the projector to a computer via the supplied or
a commercially available USB cable, and projects the
images on the computer.
s "Projecting with USB Display" p.48
• Connects the projector to a computer via the supplied or
a commercially available USB cable to use the Wireless
Mouse function.
s "Using the Remote Control to Operate the
Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse)" p.104
• Connects the projector to a computer via the supplied
USB cable to use the interactive pen as a mouse
(EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only).
s "Controlling Computer Features from a
Projected Screen (Computer Interactive Mode)"
p.68
F LAN port
Connects a LAN cable to connect to a network.
G Monitor Out/
Computer2 input
ports
• When Monitor Out Port is set to Monitor Out from the
Configuration menu, analog RGB signals input from
the Computer1 port are output to an external monitor.
You cannot output signals input from other ports or
component video signals.
• When Monitor Out Port is set to Computer2 from the
Configuration menu, image signals from a computer
and component video signals from other video sources
are input.
The following ports are available under the cable cover.
Name
Function
Function
A Wireless LAN unit
installation section
Install the optional Wireless LAN unit.
s "Installing the Optional Wireless LAN Unit" p.41
B Audio1 port
Inputs audio from equipment connected to the
Computer1 port.
C Computer1 port
Inputs image signals from a computer and component
video signals from other video sources.
H HDMI2 port
• Inputs audio from equipment connected to the
Computer2 port.
• Inputs audio from other devices when projecting
images from the device connected to the USB-A port.
Inputs video signals from HDMI compatible video
equipment and computers. This projector is compatible
with HDCPg.
I S-Video port
For S-video signals from video sources.
J HDMI1/MHL input
port
• Inputs video signals from HDMI compatible video
equipment and computers. This projector is compatible
with HDCPg.
• Inputs signals from smartphones and tablet devices that
support MHLg (Mobile High-definition Link).
D Audio2 port
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Part Names and Functions
Name
14
Function
K Audio port
Inputs audio from equipment connected to the S-Video
port or the Video port.
L Video port
Inputs composite video signals from video sources.
M SYNC IN/OUT port
(EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/
EB-575Wi only)
When using the interactive features in the same room as
multiple versions of the same projector, you need to
connect the optional remote control cable set (ELPKC28)
to the projectors. When the cable set is connected, the
interactive pen operates smoothly.
s "Connecting Multiple Projectors (EB-595Wi/
EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)" p.42
N Power inlet
Connects the power cord to the projector.
s "Getting Ready to Project" p.45
O TCH port (EB-595Wi
only)
Connects the supplied Touch Unit connection cable to the
Touch Unit.
P USB-A port
• Connects a USB memory device or a digital camera, and
projects images in PC Free.
s "Projecting Images Stored on a USB Storage
Device (PC Free)" p.97
• Connects the optional Document Camera.
Q RS-232C port
When controlling the projector from a computer, connect
it to the computer with an RS-232C cable. This port is for
control use and should not normally be used.
s "ESC/VP21 Commands" p.118
R Audio Out port
Outputs audio from the currently projected image or the
Mic port to an external speaker.
S Mic port
Inputs audio from the microphone.
s "Connecting a Microphone" p.37
Base
Name
A Ceiling mount fixing
points (five points)
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Function
Attach the optional Ceiling mount here when suspending
the projector from a ceiling.
s "Installing the Projector" p.26
s "Optional Accessories" p.184
Part Names and Functions
Name
15
Function
B Security cable
installation point
Pass a commercially available wire lock through here and
lock it in place.
Do not pass drop-prevention wires through here when
mounting the projector on a wall or suspending it from a
ceiling.
s "Installing the Wire Lock" p.113
C Rear foot fixing points
(two points)
Attach the feet when using the projector on a surface such
as a desk. (Only models with feet supplied)
s "Attaching the Feet (only Models with Feet Supplied)"
p.15
D Wall mount fixing
points (four points)
Attach the supplied or optional setting plate when
mounting on a wall.
s Installation Guide
s "Optional Accessories" p.184
E Illumination sensor
Detects the brightness of the surroundings, and
automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen. Set
Brightness Control to Auto from the Configuration
menu.
s ECO - Brightness Control p.144
F Front foot fixing point
Attach the foot with a spacer when using the projector on a
surface such as a desk. (Only models with feet supplied)
s "Attaching the Feet (only Models with Feet Supplied)"
p.15
A Insert the foot with the spacer into the front foot fixing point.
B Insert the rear feet (x2) into the foot fixing points.
Attaching the Feet (only Models with Feet Supplied)
Insert the feet into the foot fixing points.
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Part Names and Functions
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Name
Control Panel
Function
D [w][v] button
• Performs keystone correction.
s "H/V-Keystone" p.52
• If pressed when the Configuration menu or the Help
screen is displayed, these buttons select menu items and
setting values.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
s "Using the Help" p.149
E [Help] button
Displays and closes the help screen which shows you how
to deal with problems if they occur.
s "Using the Help" p.149
F [Esc] button
• Stops the current function.
• If pressed when the Configuration menu is displayed, it
moves to the previous menu level.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
G [Tele]/[Wide] buttons
Name
A Indicators
Function
Indicates the projector's status using color, and by being lit
or flashing.
s "Reading the Indicators" p.150
B [Source Search]
button
Switches to the image from the input port where video
signals are being input.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the
Projected Image (Source Search)" p.46
C [Enter] button
[ ]
• When the Configuration menu or the Help screen is
displayed, it accepts and enters the current selection and
moves to the next level.
• If pressed while projecting analog RGB signals from
Computer1 port or Computer2 port, you can
automatically optimize Tracking, Sync., and Position.
• Adjusts the size of the projection screen. Press the [Tele]
button to reduce the size of the projection screen and
press the [Wide] button to increase the size of the
projection screen.
• Corrects keystone distortion in the horizontal direction
when the Keystone screen is displayed.
s "H/V-Keystone" p.52
• If pressed when the Configuration menu or the Help
screen is displayed, these buttons select menu items and
setting values.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
s "Using the Help" p.149
H [Menu] button
Displays and closes the Configuration menu.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
I [Power] button
[t]
Turns the projector power on or off.
s "Getting Ready to Project" p.45
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Part Names and Functions
Remote Control
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Name
Function
A [Power] button
[t]
Turns the projector power on or off.
s "Getting Ready to Project" p.45
B [Computer] button
Each time you press the button, the input changes between
images from the Computer1 port and the Computer2
port.
C [Video] button
Each time the button is pressed, the image cycles through
the S-Video, Video, HDMI1/MHL, and HDMI2 ports.
D Numeric buttons
• Enter the Password.
s "Setting Password Protection" p.110
• Use this button to enter numbers in Network settings
from the Configuration menu.
E [Auto] button
If pressed while projecting analog RGB signals from
Computer1 port or Computer2 port, you can
automatically optimize Tracking, Sync., and Position.
F [Aspect] button
Each time the button is pressed, the aspect mode changes.
s "Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image"
p.61
G [Num] button
Hold down this button and press the numeric buttons to
enter passwords and numbers.
s "Setting Password Protection" p.110
H [Menu] button
Displays and closes the Configuration menu.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
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Part Names and Functions
Name
I [
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button
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Function
Name
• When the Configuration menu or Help screen is
displayed, pressing these buttons selects menu items
and setting values.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
• When projecting in PC Free, pressing these buttons
displays the previous/next image, rotates the image, and
so on.
s "Projecting Images Stored on a USB Storage
Device (PC Free)" p.97
• During Wireless Mouse function, the mouse pointer
moves in the direction of the button that was pushed.
s "Using the Remote Control to Operate the
Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse)" p.104
J [Enter] button
[ ]
• When the Configuration menu or the Help screen is
displayed, it accepts and enters the current selection and
moves to the next level.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
• Acts as a mouse's left button when using the Wireless
Mouse function.
s "Using the Remote Control to Operate the
Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse)" p.104
K [User] button
Select any frequently used item from the Configuration
menu items, and assign it to this button. By pressing
the [User] button, the assigned menu item selection/
adjustment screen is displayed, allowing you to make onetouch settings/adjustments.
s "Settings Menu" p.131
The following item is assigned by default.
• For EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi: Auto
Calibration
• For EB-585W/EB-580/EB-575W/EB-570: Power
Consumption
L [Page] buttons
[[][]]
Function
Changes pages in files such as PowerPoint files when using
the following projection methods.
• When using the Wireless Mouse function
s "Using the Remote Control to Operate the
Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse)" p.104
• When using USB Display
s "Projecting with USB Display" p.48
• When connecting to a network
When projecting images using PC Free, pressing these
buttons displays the previous/next image file.
M [E-Zoom] buttons
[z][x]
Enlarges or reduces the image without changing the
projection size.
s "Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)" p.103
N [A/V Mute] button
• Turns the video and audio on or off.
s "Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V
Mute)" p.102
• You can change the Projection mode as follows by
pressing the button for about five seconds.
FrontWFront/Upside Down
RearWRear/Upside Down
O Strap attachment hole
Allows you to attach a commercially available strap to the
remote control.
P [Help] button
Displays and closes the help screen which shows you how
to deal with problems if they occur.
s "Using the Help" p.149
Q [Freeze] button
Pauses or resumes image playback.
s "Freezing the Image (Freeze)" p.102
R [Volume] buttons
[a][b]
[a] Decreases the volume.
[b] Increases the volume.
s "Adjusting the Volume" p.59
S [Pointer] button
Displays the on-screen pointer.
s "Pointer Function (Pointer)" p.103
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Name
T [Esc] button
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Function
• Stops the current function.
• If pressed when the Configuration menu is displayed, it
moves to the previous level.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
• Acts as a mouse's right button when using the Wireless
Mouse function.
s "Using the Remote Control to Operate the
Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse)" p.104
U [Pen Mode] button
Changes between operating the computer or drawing
using the interactive pen.
s "Using the Interactive Features
(EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)" p.64
V [Color Mode] button
Each time the button is pressed, the color mode changes.
s "Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color
Mode)" p.60
W [MHL Menu] button
Displays the settings menu for the device linked to the
projector's MHL port.
X [LAN] button
Switches to the image from the network connected device.
Y [USB] button
Each time the button is pressed, it cycles through the
following images:
• USB Display
• Images from the device connected to the USB-A port
Z [Source Search]
button
Switches to the image from the input port where video
signals are being input.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the
Projected Image (Source Search)" p.46
a Remote control lightemitting area
Outputs remote control signals.
If the remote control becomes unresponsive or inoperable after it has been
used for some time, the batteries may have reached the end of their service
life. When this happens, replace them with new batteries. Obtain two AA
size manganese or alkaline batteries. You cannot use other batteries except
for the AA size manganese or alkaline.
Attention
Make sure you read the following manual before handling the batteries.
s Safety Instructions
a
Remove the battery cover.
b
Replace the old battery with a new battery.
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While pushing the battery cover catch, lift the cover up.
Slide the batteries in negative side first.
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Remote Control Operating Range
Caution
Check the positions of the (+) and (-) marks inside the battery holder to
ensure the battery is inserted the correct way.
If the batteries are not used correctly, they could explode or leak causing
a fire, injury, or damage to the product.
c
Reattach the battery cover.
Press the battery cover until it clicks into place.
Interactive Pen (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi
only)
There are two types of interactive pens with different colored bottom
sections. You cannot use interactive pens with the same colored bottom
sections at the same time.
s "Optional Accessories" p.184
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Name
Name
A Pen tip
B Battery light
C Button
• Turn on the interactive pen. When turned on, it takes
approximately one second before the interactive pen is
operational.
• Press the button to switch the tip function between pen
and eraser while drawing.
• Press the button to perform a right-click operation
while using the pen as a mouse.
D Attachment for
optional strap or cord
Allows you to attach a commercially available strap.
E Battery cover
Open this cover when replacing the battery.
s "Replacing the Battery for the Interactive Pen" p.21
a
Function
• Turn on the interactive pen. When turned on, it takes
approximately one second before the interactive pen is
operational.
• Hold the pen close to the projected screen, and press to
use.
s "Using the Interactive Features
(EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)" p.64
s "Optional Accessories" p.184
Press the button on the side of the pen to indicate the
remaining battery power.
• When the battery is charged, the light is lit green until
you release the button.
• When the battery is running low, the light flashes green
until you release the button.
• Does not light when the battery is exhausted. Change
the battery.
s "Replacing the Battery for the Interactive Pen" p.21
Function
The interactive pen turns off automatically after 20 minutes of
inactivity.
To use the pen again, tap the pen tip or press the button on the side
to turn on the power.
Replacing the Battery for the Interactive Pen
When you press the button, the battery light on the interactive pen lights or
flashes. Does not light or flash when the battery is exhausted. When the
light no longer lights or flashes, replace the battery. Use one of the
following types of battery. Other chargeable batteries cannot be used.
•
•
•
*
AA size manganese battery
AA size alkaline manganese battery
eneloop *(HR-3UTG/HR-3UTGA/HR-3UTGB/BK-3MCC)
eneloop is a registered trademark of the Panasonic Group.
®
®
Attention
Make sure you read the following manual before handling batteries.
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a
Remove the battery cover.
b
Replace the old battery with a new battery.
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c
While pushing the battery cover catch, lift the cover up.
Replace the battery cover.
Press the battery cover until it clicks into place.
Replacing the Tip of the Interactive Pen
Slide the batteries in negative side first.
Replace the tip of the interactive pen when it is worn.
s "Optional Accessories" p.184
a
Turn the tip of the pen to remove it.
b
Turn the new tip to attach it.
Caution
Check the positions of the (+) and (-) marks inside the battery holder to
ensure the battery is inserted the correct way.
If the batteries are not used correctly, they could explode or leak causing
a fire, injury, or damage to the product.
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Pen Tray (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)
Touch Unit (EB-595Wi only)
Front
When the dial cover is not attached
Name
Function
A Fixing points
Attach the pen tray to a whiteboard or wall.
B Security hole
Pass a commercially available lock through here.
a
It is recommended that the pen tray be tightened with two
commercially available M5 bolts.
Name
Function
A Dial cover
Remove to use the adjustment dials.
B TCH port
Connects the projector to the Touch Unit with the Touch
Unit connection cable.
C Security slot
The security slot is compatible with the Microsaver
Security System manufactured by Kensington.
D Adjustment dials
Performs angle adjustments.
E Indicator
Lit when the Touch Unit is turned on.
F Screw holes (for
installation)
The screw holes for securing the Touch Unit with M4
screws (only when installing on a non-magnetic surface).
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Rear
Caution
• Do not use the Touch Unit near magnetic storage media such as magnetic
cards, or precision electronic devices such as computers, digital watches, or
cell phones. Data could be corrupted or a malfunction could occur.
• When installing the Touch Unit on a magnetic surface, be careful not to trap
your fingers or any other part of your body between the magnet and the
installation surface.
Attention
Name
• Do not connect the Touch Unit to any devices except for EB-595Wi. The
device could malfunction, or laser light could leak beyond the limit.
• Make sure you use the supplied Touch Unit connection cable. Operations are
not possible with a commercially available cable.
• When disposing of the Touch Unit, do not disassemble it. Dispose according
to your local or national laws and regulations.
Function
A Laser diffusion port
Diffuses laser light to detect the position of fingers.
B Installation magnet
Magnet used for installation.
C Marker
Place the markers on the screen when performing angle
adjustment.
a
Warning
• Follow the steps in the Installation Guide to install the Touch Unit. If this is
not installed correctly, it could cause damage to your eyes due to the
powerful light emitted.
• Do not use the Touch Unit near medical equipment such as pace makers.
Furthermore, when using the Touch Unit, make sure there is no medical
equipment such as pace makers, in the surrounding area. Electromagnetic
interference may cause medical equipment to malfunction.
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angle adjustment methods.
s Installation Guide
Preparing the Projector
This chapter explains how to install the projector and connect projection sources.
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Installation Methods
The projector supports the following six different installation methods.
Install the projector according to the installation location.
a
• Distortions may occur in the projected image depending on the
material of the screen and the installation method.
Turn the projector off when installing the projector or changing the
installation method. Turn the power back on after completing installation.
• When mounting the projector on a wall or ceiling, or placing the
projector vertically, make sure you use the correct tools for the
installation method.
s "Optional Accessories" p.184
Warning
• A special method of installation is required when suspending the projector
from a wall or ceiling. If it is not installed correctly, it could fall causing an
accident and injury.
• If you use adhesives on the wall mount plate fixing points or the ceiling
mount fixing points to prevent the screws from loosening, or if you use
things such as lubricants or oils on the projector, the projector case may
crack causing it to fall from its mount. This could cause serious injury to
anyone under the mount and could damage the projector.
When installing or adjusting the mount, do not use adhesives to prevent the
screws from loosening and do not use lubricant or oil and so on.
• Do not cover the projector's air intake vent or air exhaust vent. If either of
the vents are covered, the internal temperature could rise and cause a fire.
• Do not use the projector in a location subject to combustible or explosive gas.
The projector may catch fire because of the high temperature of the lamp
inside the projector.
• We recommend using a smooth, board type screen without any
unevenness. If the projection screen is uneven, there may be
distortions in the projected image.
• The default Projection setting is Front/Upside Down. You can
change to other Projection settings from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Projection p.132
• You can change the Projection setting as follows by pressing down
the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control for about five seconds.
FrontWFront/Upside Down
RearWRear/Upside Down
• Mount the projector on a wall
or ceiling and project images
from in front of a screen.
(Front/Upside Down projection)
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• Mount the projector on a wall
or ceiling and project images
from behind a translucent
screen. (Rear/Upside Down pro‐
jection)
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• Project images from in front of
the screen. (Front projection)
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• Project images from behind a
translucent screen. (Rear projec‐
tion)
When Using the Interactive Features (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/
EB-575Wi only)
Project from in front of the screen when using the interactive features. Set
Projection to Front/Upside Down or Front.
Attention
The interactive features operates by infrared communication. Note the
following points when installing the projector.
• Make sure there is no strong light or sunlight shining on the Easy Interactive
Function receiver, the projection screen, the projector itself, or the rear of the
projector.
• Do not install the projector in direct sunlight through a window. This could
cause the interactive features to malfunction.
a
• Install the projector so that the Easy Interactive Function receiver is not too
close to fluorescent lights. If the surrounding area is too bright, the
interactive features may not operate correctly.
Attach the feet when using the projector on a surface such as a desk.
s "Attaching the Feet (only Models with Feet Supplied)" p.15
• Place the projector vertically and
project images from in front of
the screen. (Front/Upside Down
projection)
• Place the projector vertically and
project images from behind the
screen (Rear/Upside Down pro‐
jection)
• If there is any dust stuck to the Easy Interactive Function receiver, it could
interfere with infrared communication and you may not be able to use the
features normally. Clean the receiver if it is dirty.
s "Cleaning" p.171
• Do not put paint or any stickers on the cover of the Easy Interactive
Function receiver.
• When using the interactive features, do not use an infrared remote control or
microphone in the same room. The interactive pen could malfunction.
• Do not use devices that generate powerful noise, such as rotary devices or
transformers, near the projector. You may not be able to operate the
interactive features.
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• When using the interactive features, install so that the projected
screen is a rectangle without any distortion.
• When using the interactive features in the same room as multiple
projectors, interactive pen operations may become unstable. In this
situation, connect the optional remote control cable set (ELPKC28)
to the projectors, and change Sync of Projectors to Wired from the
Configuration menu.
s "Connecting Multiple Projectors (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi
only)" p.42
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Advanced - Sync of
Projectors p.135
Setting up the Touch Unit (EB-595Wi only)
When using the Touch Unit, install the projector using one of the following
methods. The Touch Unit cannot be used if another installation method is
used.
• Mount the projector on a wall or suspend it from a ceiling and project
images from in front of the screen (when suspending the projector from
a ceiling, the optional ceiling mount (ELPMB23) is required)
• Install vertically on a desk and project from the front of the desk (the
optional interactive table mount (ELPMB29) is required)
s "Optional Accessories" p.184
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The port name, location, and connector orientation differ depending on the source being connected.
Connecting a Computer
To project images from a computer, connect the computer using one of the following methods.
A B When using the optional computer cable
Connect the computer's display output port to the projector's Computer1 or Computer2 port.
You can output audio from the projector's speaker by connecting the computer's audio output port to the projector's Audio1 or Audio2 port using a commercially available
audio cable.
When
using the supplied or a commercially available USB cable
C
Connect the computer's USB port to the projector's USB-B port.
Audio from the computer is output from the projector with the projected image.
When using a commercially available HDMI cable
D
Connect the computer's HDMI port to the projector's HDMI1/MHL or HDMI2 port.
Audio from the computer is output from the projector with the projected image.
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• When connecting to the Audio1, Audio2, and Computer1 ports, we recommend connecting cables to the ports in the following order: Audio1, Audio2, and then
Computer1.
• You can also set the port used for audio input from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - A/V Settings - Audio Output p.132
• If audio is not output when an HDMI cable is connected, connect a commercially available audio cable to the Audio Input port. After connecting the cable, select
the input port you connected to from HDMI1 Audio Output or HDMI2 Audio Output from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - A/V Settings - HDMI1 Audio Output/HDMI2 Audio Output p.132
• You can use a USB cable to connect the projector to a computer to project images from the computer. This function is called USB Display.
s "Projecting with USB Display" p.48
• When projecting a computer connected to the Monitor Out/Computer2 port, set the Monitor Out Port to Computer2 from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Operation - Monitor Out Port p.132
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Connecting a Smartphone or Tablet Device
You can connect smartphones and tablet devices. By using a commercially available MHL cable, you can connect the MHL port on your device to the
HDMI1/MHL port on the projector. You can send the audio with the projected image.
HDMI1/MHL
When you connect a smartphone or tablet device to the projector, the device starts charging when images are projected.
Attention
• You may not be able to connect an MHL cable to all devices.
• Make sure the connection cable supports the MHL standards. If you connect a cable that does not support the MHL standards, the smartphone or tablet device may
become hot, leak, or explode.
• If you connect using a commercially available MHL-HDMI conversion adapter, charging the smartphone or tablet device may not work or you may not be able to
perform operations from the projector's remote control.
a
• If images are not projected correctly, disconnect and then reconnect the MHL cable.
• You may not be able to project correctly depending on the model and settings of the smartphone or tablet device.
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Connecting Image Sources
To project images from DVD players or VHS video and so on, connect to the projector using one of the following methods.
A
When using a commercially available video cable
B
Connect the video output port on the image source to the projector's Video port using a commercially available video cable.
You can output audio from the projector's speaker by connecting the audio output port on the image source to the projector's Audio port using a commercially available audio
cable.
When using a commercially available S-video cable
Connect the video output port on the image source to the projector's S-Video port using a commercially available video cable.
You can output audio from the projector's speaker by connecting the audio output port on the image source to the projector's Audio port using a commercially available audio
cable.
C D When using the optional component video cable
s "Optional Accessories and Consumables" p.184
Connect the component output port on the image source to the projector's Computer1 or Computer2 port.
You can output audio from the projector's speaker by connecting the image source's audio output port to the projector's Audio1 or Audio2 port using a commercially available
audio cable.
When using a commercially available HDMI cable
E
Connect the image source's HDMI port to the projector's HDMI1/MHL or HDMI2 port.
Audio from the image source is output from the projector with the projected image.
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HDMI1/MHL
HDMI2
Attention
• Turn off the equipment you want to connect before connecting. If the input source is on when you connect it to the projector, it could cause a malfunction.
• If the orientation or shape of the plug differs, do not try to force it in. The device could be damaged or could malfunction.
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• You can also set the port used for audio input from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - A/V Settings - Audio Output p.132
• When projecting an image source connected to the Monitor Out/Computer2 port, set the Monitor Out Port to Computer2 from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Operation - Monitor Out Port p.132
• If audio is not output when an HDMI cable is connected, connect a commercially available audio cable to the Audio Input port. After connecting the cable, select
the Audio Input port you connected to from HDMI1 Audio Output or HDMI2 Audio Output from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - A/V Settings - HDMI1 Audio Output/HDMI2 Audio Output p.132
• If the source you want to connect to has an unusually shaped port, use the cable supplied with the device or an optional cable to connect to the projector.
• When using a commercially available 2RCA(L/R)/stereo mini-pin audio cable, make sure it is labeled "No resistance".
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Connecting USB Devices
You can connect devices such as USB memory, the optional Document Camera, and USB compatible hard disks and digital cameras.
Using the USB cable supplied with the USB device, connect the USB device to the USB-A port on the projector.
When the USB device is connected, you can project image files on the USB memory or digital camera using PC Free.
s "Projecting Images Stored on a USB Storage Device (PC Free)" p.97
If the Document Camera is connected while projecting images from another input port, press the [USB] button on the remote control, or the [Source Search]
button on the control panel, to switch to images from the Document Camera.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image (Source Search)" p.46
a
While projecting images from a USB device, if you want to connect an audio output device, connect it to the Audio2 port.
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Attention
•
•
•
•
If you use a USB hub, operation may not be performed correctly. Devices such as digital cameras and USB devices should be connected to the projector directly.
When connecting and using a USB-compatible hard disk, make sure you connect the AC adaptor supplied with the hard disk.
Connect a digital camera or hard disk to the projector using a USB cable supplied with or specified for use with the device.
Use a USB cable less than 3 m in length. If the cable exceeds 3 m, PC Free may not function correctly.
Removing USB Devices
After finishing projecting, remove USB devices from the projector. For devices such as digital cameras or hard disks, turn off the device and then remove it from
the projector.
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Connecting a Microphone
You can output microphone audio from the projector's speaker by connecting a commercially available dynamic microphone.
a
• Plug-in-power is not supported.
• Adjust Mic Input Level if the microphone audio is difficult to hear, or if it is too loud resulting in a crackling sound.
s Settings - Mic Input Level p.131
• Make the following settings to output audio from a microphone when the projector is off.
- Set Standby Mode to Communication On.
- Set A/V Output to Always On.
s ECO - Standby Mode p.144
s Extended - A/V Settings - A/V Output p.132
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Connecting External Equipment
You can output images and audio by connecting an external monitor or speaker.
A When outputting images to an external monitor
Connect the external monitor to the projector's Monitor Out port using the cable supplied with the external monitor.
B When outputting audio to an external speaker
Connect the external speaker to the projector's Audio Out port using a commercially available audio cable.
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• When outputting images to an external monitor, set Monitor Out Port to Monitor Out from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Operation - Monitor Out Port p.132
• When Standby Mode is set to Communication On, you can perform the following operations even when the projector is off (only when A/V Output is set to
Always On).
- Output images to an external monitor
- Output audio from an external speaker (audio being input from the USB-B and LAN ports cannot be output)
s ECO - Standby Mode p.144
s Extended - A/V Settings - A/V Output p.132
• Only analog RGB signals from the Computer1 port can be output to an external monitor. You cannot output signals input from other ports or component video
signals.
• Setting gauges for functions such as Keystone, Configuration menu, or Help screens are not output to the external monitor.
• Content drawn using the interactive features is not displayed on an external monitor (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only). Content drawn using the supplied
Easy Interactive Tools can be displayed on an external monitor.
• When the audio cable jack is inserted into the Audio Out port, audio stops being output from the projector's built-in speakers and switches to external
output.
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Connecting a LAN Cable
Connect a LAN port on network hubs or other equipment to the projector's LAN port with a commercially available 100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T LAN
cable.
By connecting a computer to the projector over a network, you can project images and check the status of the projector.
a
To prevent malfunctions, use a category 5 or higher shielded LAN cable.
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b
Installing the Optional Wireless LAN Unit
a
Remove both of the cable cover fixing screws to open the cable
cover.
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Connect the Wireless LAN unit to the wireless LAN unit installation
section.
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Connecting Multiple Projectors (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)
When using the interactive features in the same room as multiple versions of the same projector, you need to connect the optional remote control cable set
(ELPKC28) to the SYNC port on each projector. Interactive pen operations are stabilized by linking the projectors using cables.
In
Out
The SYNC port has an IN and OUT socket. When you connect one end of the remote control cable set to an IN socket, connect the other end to an OUT
socket.
After connecting the cables, set Sync of Projectors to Wired from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Advanced - Sync of Projectors p.135
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• When connecting three or more projectors, you do not need to connect the first projector to the last projector.
In
In
Out
Out
• When using the projector in the same room as another projector that does not support cable connection, set Wired Sync Mode to Mode 2 from the
Configuration menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Advanced - Wired Sync Mode p.135
• If you do not have the optional remote control cable set, change the Distance of Projectors setting from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Advanced - Distance of Projectors p.135
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Basic Usage
This chapter explains how to project and adjust images.
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Getting Ready to Project
This section explains the procedure for connecting the projector to a
computer with the computer cable and projecting images.
b
c
Connect the projector to an electrical outlet with the power cord.
Turn on the projector.
Warning
Caution
When turning on the projector, do not look into the projection lens.
This could cause damage to eyesight due to the powerful light emitted.
When turning on the projector at a distance using the remote control,
make sure there is no one looking into the lens.
Be sure to connect the cable of the source to the projector first, and then
connect the power cord to the projector.
Take particular care when there are children present.
d
e
Turn on the computer.
Change the computer's screen output.
When using a laptop computer, you need to change the screen
output from the computer.
Hold down the Fn key (function key), and press the b key.
a
• The method for changing differs depending on the computer
being used. See the documentation supplied with the
computer.
• Press the [t] power button twice to turn the projector off.
If the image is not projected, you can change the projected image using one
of the following methods.
• Press the [Source Search] button on the control panel or the remote
control.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image
(Source Search)" p.46
ON
• Press the button for the target port on the remote control.
s "Switching to the Target Image Using the Remote Control" p.47
a
Connect the projector to the computer with the computer cable.
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After projecting the image, adjust the image if necessary.
s "Correcting Keystone Distortion" p.52
s "Correcting the Focus" p.57
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Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change
the Projected Image (Source Search)
Press the [Source Search] button to project images from the port currently
receiving an image.
Using Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
When two or more image sources are connected, press the [Source Search]
button until the target image is projected.
When your video equipment is connected, start playback before beginning
this operation.
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• You can make settings so that images are projected from the same
input port the next time the projector is turned on.
s Extended - Operation - Startup Source Search p.132
• The following screen is displayed while no image signals are input.
Switching to the Target Image Using the Remote
Control
You can change directly to the target image by pressing the following
buttons on the remote control.
Remote control
A Each time the button is pressed, it cycles through the images being input
from the following sources.
• Computer1 port
• Computer2 port
B Each time the button is pressed, it cycles through the images being input
from the following sources.
• S-Video port
• Video port
• HDMI1/MHL port
• HDMI2 port
C Each time the button is pressed, it cycles through the images being input
from the following sources.
• USB Display
• Images from the device connected to the USB-A port
D Switches to the image from the network connected device.
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Projecting with USB Display
Windows 8
Windows 8 32- and 64-bit
Windows 8 Pro 32- and 64-bit
Windows 8 Enterprise 32- and
64-bit
Windows 8.1
Windows 8.1 32- and 64-bit
Windows 8.1 Pro 32- and 64-bit
Windows 8.1 Enterprise 32- and
64-bit
You can use the supplied or a commercially available USB cable to connect
the projector to a computer to project images from the computer.
You can send the computer's audio with the projected image.
Set USB Type B to USB Display/Easy Interactive Function or Wireless
Mouse/USB Display to use USB Display on EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/
EB-575Wi.
s Extended - USB Type B p.132
System Requirements
For Windows
OS
Windows
CPU
Mobile Pentium III 1.2 GHz or faster
Recommended: Pentium M 1.6 GHz or faster
Amount of Mem‐
ory
256 MB or more
Recommended: 512 MB or more
Hard Disk Space
20 MB or more
Display
Resolution of no less than 640x480 and no higher than
1600x1200.
Display color of 16-bit color or greater
2000*1
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Professional 32 bit
Home Edition 32 bit
Tablet PC Edition 32 bit
*1 Service Pack 4 only
For OS X
Ultimate 32 bit
Enterprise 32 bit
Business 32 bit
Home Premium 32 bit
Home Basic 32 bit
Ultimate 32- and 64-bit
Enterprise 32- and 64-bit
Professional 32- and 64-bit
Home Premium 32- and 64-bit
Home Basic 32 bit
Starter 32 bit
OS
Mac OS X 10.5.x 32 bit
Mac OS X 10.6.x 32- and 64-bit
OS X 10.7.x 32- and 64-bit
OS X 10.8.x
OS X 10.9.x
CPU
Power PC G4 1GHz or faster
Recommended: Core Duo 1.83GHz or faster
Amount of Memo‐
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512 MB or more
Hard Disk Space
20 MB or more
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For Windows 2000
Resolution of no less than 640x480 and no higher than
1680x1200.
Display color of 16-bit color or greater
Display
Double-click Computer - EPSON PJ_UD - EMP_UDSE.EXE.
For Windows XP
Driver installation starts automatically.
Connecting for the First Time
The first time you connect the projector and the computer using the USB
cable, the driver needs to be installed. The procedure is different for
Windows and OS X.
a
• You do not need to install the driver the next time you connect.
• When inputting images from multiple sources, change the input
source to USB Display.
• If you are using a USB hub, operations may not be performed
correctly. Connect the USB cable directly to the projector.
• You cannot change option settings while using USB Display.
For Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1
When the dialog box is displayed, click run EMP_UDSE.EXE.
b
c
When the License Agreement screen is displayed, click Agree.
d
Disconnect the USB cable when you are finished.
Computer images are projected.
It may take a while for computer images to be projected. Until the
computer images are projected, leave the equipment as is and do not
disconnect the USB cable or turn off the power of the projector.
When disconnecting the USB cable, there is no need to use Safely
Remove Hardware.
For Windows
a
Connect the computer's USB port to the projector's USB-B port
using the supplied or a commercially available USB cable.
a
For Windows 2000 or Windows XP, a message asking you if
you want to restart your computer may be displayed. Select
No.
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• If it is not installed automatically, double-click My Computer
- EPSON PJ_UD - EMP_UDSE.EXE on your computer.
• If nothing is projected, click All Programs - EPSON
Projector - Epson USB Display - Epson USB Display
Ver.x.xx on your computer.
• When using a computer running Windows 2000 under user
authority, a Windows error message is displayed and you may
not be able to use the software. In this case, try updating
Windows to the latest version, restart, and then try to connect
again.
For more details, contact your local dealer or the nearest
address provided in the following document.
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Uninstalling
For OS X
a
Connect the computer's USB port to the projector's USB-B port
using the supplied or a commercially available USB cable.
The Setup folder of USB Display is displayed in the Finder.
b
c
d
Double-click the USB Display Installer icon.
Follow the on-screen instructions to install.
When the License Agreement screen is displayed, click Agree.
Enter the administrator authority password and start the installation.
When the installation is complete, the USB Display icon is displayed
in the Dock and menu bar.
e
f
Computer images are projected.
It may take a while for computer images to be projected. Until the
computer images are projected, leave the equipment as is and do not
disconnect the USB cable or turn off the power of the projector.
When you have finished, select Disconnect from the menu bar or
from the USB Display icon on the Dock. You can then disconnect
the USB cable.
a
• If the USB Display Setup folder is not displayed automatically
in the Finder, double-click EPSON PJ_UD - USB Display
Installer on your computer.
• If nothing is projected for some reason, click the USB
Display icon in the Dock.
• If there is no USB Display icon on the Dock, double-click
USB Display in the application folder.
• If you select Exit from the USB Display icon on the Dock,
USB Display does not start automatically when you connect
the USB cable.
For Windows 2000
a
b
c
d
Click Start, select Settings, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
Click Change or Remove Programs.
Select Epson USB Display and click Change/Remove.
For Windows XP
a
b
c
Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
Select Epson USB Display, and then click Remove.
For Windows Vista/Windows 7
a
b
c
Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Click Uninstall a program under Programs.
Select Epson USB Display, and then click Uninstall.
For Windows 8/Windows 8.1
a
b
c
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Open Charms, and then select Search. Right-click (hold down)
Epson USB Display Ver.x.xx.
Select Uninstall from the app bar.
Select Epson USB Display, and then click Uninstall.
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Follow the on-screen instructions to uninstall.
For OS X
a
b
Double-click Applications - USB Display - Tool.
Run USB Display Uninstaller.
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Correction angle: Approx. 3˚ right and left/Approx. 3˚ up and down
Correcting Keystone Distortion
You can correct keystone distortion using one of the following methods.
• H/V-Keystone
Manually correct distortion in the horizontal and vertical directions
independently.
a
Press the [w] or [v] buttons on the control panel during
projection to display the Keystone screen.
a
When you press the [w][v] buttons on the control panel, the
correction method screen set in the Configuration menu is
displayed. When you want to perform horizontal and vertical
keystone correction using the [w][v] buttons, set Keystone to
H/V-Keystone from the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Keystone p.131
• Quick Corner
Manually correct the four corners independently.
H/V-Keystone
Manually correct distortion in the horizontal and vertical directions
independently. H/V-Keystone correction is ideal for fine-tuning keystone
distortion.
You can use H/V-Keystone to correct the projected image under the
following conditions.
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Press the following buttons to correct keystone distortion.
Press the [w] or [v] buttons to correct vertical distortion.
Quick Corner
This allows you to manually correct each of the four corners of the
projected image separately.
a
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
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Press the [Wide] or [Tele] buttons to correct horizontal distortion.
a
b
You can set H/V-Keystone from the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Keystone - H/V-Keystone p.131
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c
Select Quick Corner, and then press the [Enter] button.
d
Select the corner to correct using the [
When the message "If this setting is changed, the image may be
distorted."is displayed, press the [Enter] button again.
], [
], [ ], and[ ]
buttons on the remote control, or the [w], [v], [Wide], and [Tele]
buttons on the control panel, and then press the [Enter] button.
f
Repeat procedures 4 and 5 as needed to adjust any remaining
corners.
g
Press the [Menu] button to finish making corrections.
a
e
Correct the position of the corner using the [
], [
], [ ], and
[ ] buttons on the remote control, or the [w], [v], [Wide],
and [Tele] buttons on the control panel.
When you press the [Enter] button, the screen shown in step 4 is
displayed.
If the message "Cannot adjust any further." is displayed while
adjusting, you cannot adjust the shape any further in the direction
indicated by the gray triangle.
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• If the [Esc] button is held down for about two seconds while
the corner selection screen from step 4 is displayed, the
following screen is displayed.
Reset Quick Corner: Resets the result of Quick Corner
corrections.
Switch to H/V-Keystone: Switches the correction method to
H/V-Keystone.
s "Settings Menu" p.131
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a
Adjusting the Image Size
Press the [Wide] and [Tele] buttons on the control panel to adjust the size
of the projected image.
s "Adjusting the Image Size" p.55
s "Correcting Keystone Distortion" p.52
The Image Shift screen is displayed after you have made adjustments.
b
a
Perform Adjust Zoom or Keystone.
Adjust the projection position using the [
], [
], [ ], and [ ]
buttons on the remote control, or the [w], [v], [Wide], and [Tele]
buttons on the control panel.
You can also make adjustments from the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Zoom p.131
Adjusting the Position of the Image (Image Shift)
You can fine tune the position of the image without moving the projector.
Using Remote Control
Using the control panel
You can shift the image diagonally by pressing any pair of adjacent
[
], [
], [ ], and [ ] buttons, or a combination
of [w], [v], [Wide], and [Tele] buttons on the remote control or
control panel.
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Press the [Esc] button to close the adjustment screen.
Raising the Height of the Image
The adjustment screen disappears if no operation is performed after
approximately 10 seconds.
a
• You cannot adjust the image position when Zoom is set to the
maximum Wide position.
• The Image Shift setting is retained even if the projector is turned off.
You need to re-adjust the position if you change the installation
location or angle of the projector.
• You can also use the Configuration menu to adjust the position of
the image.
s Settings - Image Shift p.131
A You can raise the height of the image by extending the rear feet.
B Retract the rear feet to return the image to its original height.
Lowering the Height of the Image
Adjusting the Vertical Position of the Image
(Models Supplied with the Feet only)
Extend the feet. You can adjust the vertical position of the image by tilting
the projector up to 1.5˚.
a
The larger the angle of tilt, the harder it becomes to focus. Install the
projector so that it only needs to be tilted at a small angle.
A You can lower the height of the image by extending the front foot.
B Retract the front foot to return the image to its original height.
Adjusting the Horizontal Position of the Image
(Models Supplied with the Feet only)
Extend and retract the rear feet to adjust the projector's horizontal tilt.
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A Extend the rear foot.
B Retract the rear foot.
b
Select Pattern from Settings.
c
Select Test Pattern, and then press the [Enter] button.
Correcting the Focus
s Settings - Pattern - Pattern Type p.131
Display the test pattern, and then adjust the focus.
a
Press the [Menu] button.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
Using Remote Control
When projecting images on a 4:3 screen using a wide-screen
projector, set Pattern Type to Pattern 5 and select Pattern
Display.
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Open the air filter cover.
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Focus to the center-bottom (
) of the projected screen.
Move the focus lever to adjust the focus.
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Check that the focus matches the corners (
screen.
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) of the projected
If any areas are out of focus, use the focus lever to adjust until the
corners are the same focus.
g
To remove the Test Pattern, press the [Esc] button on the remote
control or the control panel.
Adjusting the Volume
You can adjust the volume using one of the following methods.
• Press the [Volume] buttons on the remote control to adjust the volume.
[a] Decreases the volume.
[b] Increases the volume.
Remote control
• Adjust the volume from the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Volume p.131
Caution
Do not start when the volume is set too high.
A sudden increase in volume may cause loss of hearing. Always lower the
volume before powering off, so that you can power on and then gradually
increase the volume.
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Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color
Mode)
Each time you press the [Color Mode] button, the Color Mode name is
displayed on the screen and the Color Mode changes.
Remote control
You can easily obtain the optimum image quality simply by selecting the
setting that best corresponds to your surroundings when projecting. The
brightness of the image varies depending on the mode selected.
Mode
Application
Dynamic
Ideal for use in a bright room. This is the brightest
mode.
Presentation
Ideal for making presentations using color materials
in a bright room.
Theatre
Ideal for watching films in a dark room. Gives
images a natural tone.
Photo*1
Ideal for projecting still pictures, such as photos, in
a bright room. The images are vivid and brought
into contrast.
Sports *2
Ideal for watching TV programmes in a bright
room. The images are vivid and brought to life.
sRGB
Ideal for images that conform to the sRGBg color
standard.
Blackboard
Even if you are projecting onto a blackboard
(greenboard), this setting gives your images a
natural tint, just like when projecting onto a screen.
Whiteboard
a
You can set Color Mode from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Color Mode p.128
Setting Auto Iris
By automatically setting the luminance according to the brightness of the
displayed image, it lets you enjoy deep and rich images.
a
Ideal for making presentations using a whiteboard.
*1 This selection is only available when the input signal is RGB or when the
source is USB Display, USB, or LAN.
*2 This selection is only available when the input signal is component video, or
when the input source is Video or S-Video.
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Press the [Menu] button.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
Using Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
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Select Auto Iris from Image.
Changing Methods
Each time you press the [Aspect] button on the remote control, the aspect
mode name is displayed on the screen and the aspect ratio changes.
Remote control
c
Select Normal or High Speed.
d
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
a
You can set the aspect ratio from the Configuration menu.
s Signal - Aspect p.129
The setting is stored for each Color Mode.
a
Changing the Aspect Mode (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-585W/
EB-575Wi/EB-575W only)
Auto Iris can only be set when the Color Mode is set to
Dynamic or Theatre.
Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image
You can change the Aspect Ratiog of the projected image to suit the type,
the ratio of height and width, and the resolution of the input signals.
Projecting Images from Video Equipment or from the HDMI/MHL Port
Each time the [Aspect] button on the remote control is pressed, the aspect
mode changes in the order Normal or Auto, 16:9, Full, Zoom, and
Native.
Example: 1080p signal input (resolution: 1920x1080, aspect ratio: 16:9)
Available Aspect Modes vary depending on the image signal currently being
projected.
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Aspect mode
Input Signal
XGA 1024X768(4:3)
WXGA 1280X800(16:10)
16:9
Full
Zoom
A
B
C
D
E
Normal or Auto
16:9
Full
Zoom
Native
Native
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The following shows projection examples for each aspect mode.
Aspect mode
Input Signal
XGA 1024X768(4:3)
Normal
WXGA 1280X800(16:10)
a
If parts of the image are missing, set the Resolution setting to Wide
or Normal from the Configuration menu, according to the size of the
computer panel.
s Signal - Resolution p.129
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B 4:3
C 16:9
Changing the Aspect Mode (EB-580/EB-570 only)
Projecting Images from Video Equipment
Each time the [Aspect] button is pressed, the aspect mode changes in the
order 4:3 and 16:9.
When inputting a 720p/1080i signal and the aspect mode is set to 4:3, a 4:3
zoom is applied (the right and left sides of the image are cut off).
Example: 720p signal input (resolution: 1280x720, aspect ratio: 16:9)
Projecting Images from a Computer
Each time the [Aspect] button is pressed, the aspect mode changes in the
order Normal, 4:3, and 16:9.
The following shows projection examples for each aspect mode.
Aspect mode
Input Signal
XGA 1024X768(4:3)
WXGA 1280X800(16:10)
Normal
4:3
A 4:3
B 16:9
Projecting Images from the HDMI/MHL Port
Each time the [Aspect] button is pressed, the aspect mode changes in the
order Auto, 4:3, and 16:9.
16:9
Example: 1080p signal input (resolution: 1920x1080, aspect ratio: 16:9)
a
If parts of the image are missing, set the Resolution setting to Wide
or Normal from the Configuration menu, according to the size of the
computer panel.
s Signal - Resolution p.129
A Auto
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The interactive features turn any wall into an interactive whiteboard, either
with or without a computer. Three interactive modes are available and it's
easy to shift between each mode:
• In annotation mode, you can use interactive pens or your finger
(EB-595Wi) to add notes to content projected from a computer, tablet,
document camera, or other source. This helps you emphasize projected
information or include additional notes for more effective lessons or
presentations.
• In whiteboard mode, you can use interactive pens or your finger to
write on the projected "whiteboard." You do not need to use a
computer or install any additional software to use the built-in
whiteboard drawing feature.
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• In computer interactive mode, you can use interactive pens or your
finger as you would use a mouse. This allows you to navigate, select,
and scroll through content projected from your computer.
b
Make sure you have calibrated the first time you use your
projector.
s "Pen Calibration" p.74
s "Calibrating for Touch Operations with Your Finger" p.82
a
c
d
Project an image from a connected device.
e
To write or draw, tap the
You can also use the Easy Interactive Tools software to provide
additional interactive features, such as saving your annotations, and
then printing them. See the Easy Interactive Tools Operation Guide
built into the software for instructions.
Drawing on a Projected Image (Annotation Mode)
Annotation mode lets you project from a computer, tablet, video device, or
other source and add notes to your projected content using the interactive
pens or your finger (EB-595Wi). You can use both pens at the same time.
You can also use both pens and your finger at the same time
(EB-595Wi).
a
Turn on the projector.
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Hold an interactive pen close to the projected screen or tap the
projected screen using your finger.
or
toolbar tab.
You see the toolbar on the projected image, for example:
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• You can also control the projector from the projected screen
by using the projector control toolbar displayed on the screen.
Tap the
or
icon if the projector control toolbar is
not displayed.
• You can move the
and the
or
and
c
Hold an interactive pen close to the projected screen or tap the
projected screen using your finger.
d
Tap the
e
Tap the
toolbar tabs up and down,
toolbar tab right and left.
or
toolbar tab.
The toolbar is displayed.
icon on the toolbar.
You see the whiteboard screen and toolbar, for example:
You can write on the projected screen.
s "Using the Interactive Pens" p.73
s "Using Your Finger for Interactive Touch Operations (EB-595Wi only) "
p.80
s "Interacting with the Screen" p.86
Using the Projected Screen as a Whiteboard
(Whiteboard Mode)
You can use the interactive pens or your finger (EB-595Wi) to write or
draw on the projection surface just as you would on a chalkboard or dry
erase board. You can use both pens at the same time. You can also use
both pens and your finger at the same time (EB-595Wi).
a
b
Turn on the projector.
Make sure you have calibrated the first time you use your
projector.
a
• You can also control the projector from the projected screen
by using the projector control toolbar displayed on the screen.
Tap the
or
icon if the projector control toolbar is
not displayed.
• You can move the
and
toolbar tabs up and down,
s "Pen Calibration" p.74
s "Calibrating for Touch Operations with Your Finger" p.82
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or
toolbar tab right and left.
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To write or draw on the screen, use the toolbar on the right or left
side.
Windows Vista Service Pack 2
• Ultimate (32-bit)
• Enterprise (32-bit)
• Business (32-bit)
• Home Premium (32-bit)
• Home Basic (32-bit)
s "Using the Interactive Pens" p.73
s "Using Your Finger for Interactive Touch Operations (EB-595Wi
only) " p.80
s "Interacting with the Screen" p.86
a
Windows 7 Service Pack 1
• Ultimate (32- and 64-bit)
• Enterprise (32- and 64-bit)
• Professional (32- and 64-bit)
• Home Premium (32- and 64-bit)
You can also use the Easy Interactive Tools software to provide
additional interactive features, such as treating the drawing area as a
page, and creating multiple pages to draw on. See the Easy Interactive
Tools Operation Guide for instructions.
Windows 8
• Windows 8 (32- and 64-bit)
• Windows 8 Pro (32- and 64-bit)
• Windows 8 Enterprise (32- and 64-bit)
Windows 8.1
• Windows 8.1 (32- and 64-bit)
• Windows 8.1 Pro (32- and 64-bit)
• Windows 8.1 Enterprise (32- and 64-bit)
Controlling Computer Features from a Projected
Screen (Computer Interactive Mode)
You can navigate, select, and interact with your computer programs from
the projected screen using the interactive pens or your finger (EB-595Wi),
just as you would with a mouse.
Mac
OS X
• Mac OS X 10.5.x
• Mac OS X 10.6.x
• OS X 10.7.x
• OS X 10.8.x
• OS X 10.9.x
Ubuntu
Ubuntu
• 12.04 LTS
• 12.10
• 13.04
• 13.10
Computer Interactive Mode System Requirements
Your computer must use one of the following operating systems to use the
computer interactive mode.
Windows
Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Service Pack 3
• Professional (32-bit)
• Home Edition (32-bit)
• Tablet PC Edition (32-bit)
Using Computer Interactive Mode
You can control your computer programs with the projected screen using
computer interactive mode.
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To use computer interactive mode, connect your computer to the projector
with the supplied USB cable.
a
For OS X, you need to install the Easy Interactive Driver to use computer
interactive mode.
a
• When you use multiple displays with Windows 7 and use interactive
features on the secondary display, make the following settings:
- Set the Pen Operation Mode setting to One User/Pen in the Easy
Interactive Function setting in the projector's Extended menu
(EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi).
- Set the Pen Operation Mode setting to Mode 2 in the Easy
Interactive Function setting in the projector's Extended menu
(EB-595Wi).
- Go to Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Table PC Settings
> Setup to launch the setup program and configure the interactive
features.
If you set up a third display, you cannot use interactive features with
that display.
You cannot write or draw across multiple screens.
You do not need a USB cable when using computer interactive
mode over a network.
s "Using the Interactive Features over a Network" p.92
c
d
e
Turn on the projector.
f
Select the USB Type B setting and press the [Enter] button.
Project your computer screen.
Press the [Menu] button, select the Extended menu, and press
the [Enter] button.
• To use computer interactive mode over a network, you need to
install EasyMP Network Projection version 2.85 or later (for
Windows) or 2.83 or later (for OS X), or Quick Wireless version
1.32 or later.
a
If you are using OS X, install the Easy Interactive Driver on your
computer the first time you use the interactive features.
s "Easy Interactive Driver System Requirements (OS X only)"
p.71
s "Installing Easy Interactive Driver on OS X" p.72
b
Connect the projector to your computer using a USB cable.
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• For EB-595Wi: Select one of the following according to the
operating system of the connected computer.
- Windows XP or earlier: Select Mode 1.
- Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and OS X: Select Mode
2.
- Linux: Select Mode 3.
g
Select one of the following:
• To use computer interactive mode, select Easy Interactive
Function.
• To use computer interactive mode and USB Display at the same
time, select USB Display/Easy Interactive Function.
a
When projecting using USB Display, response time may be
slower.
h
Select the Easy Interactive Function setting from the Extended
menu and press the [Enter] button.
i
Select the Pen Operation Mode setting depending on the model
used:
j
Press the [Enter] button and press the [Menu] button to exit the
projector's configuration menu.
k
Make sure you have calibrated the first time you use your
projector.
s "Pen Calibration" p.74
• For EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi: Select either Two Users/Mouse or One
User/Mouse.
s "Calibrating for Touch Operations with Your Finger" p.82
l
Hold an interactive pen close to the projected screen or tap the
projected screen using your finger.
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• The
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icon is displayed on the right for the first time.
Next time, it is displayed on the side from which you last
opened the toolbar.
• If the
icon is not displayed, set the Pen Mode Icon
Select the
icon, and then select the
s "Using the Interactive Pens" p.73
s "Using Your Finger for Interactive Touch Operations (EB-595Wi only) "
p.80
s "Interacting with the Screen" p.86
setting to On in the projector's Extended menu.
s Extended - Display - Pen Mode Icon p.132
m
You can now operate the computer using the interactive pen or your
finger.
s "Using the Interactive Features over a Network" p.92
icon.
a
• You can also control the projector from the projected screen by
using the projector control toolbar displayed on the screen. Tap the
or
icon if the projector control toolbar is not displayed.
• You can move the
the
or
and
toolbar tabs up and down, and
toolbar tab right and left.
• You can also do the following in computer interactive mode:
- Use the Tablet PC input panel in Windows 7 or Windows Vista.
- Use Ink Tools for annotation in Microsoft Office applications.
• Using two interactive pens at the same time may cause interference
in some application software. In that case, move any pen you are not
using away from the projection screen.
a
You can also change to computer interactive mode by doing the
following:
• Pressing the [Pen Mode] button on the remote control.
• Changing the Pen Mode setting on the projector's Extended
menu to PC Interactive.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Pen
Mode p.135
Easy Interactive Driver System Requirements (OS X only)
To use computer interactive mode, you must install the Easy Interactive
Driver on your computer. Check the system requirements necessary to run
the software.
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d
e
f
Mac OS X 10.5.x
Mac OS X 10.6.x
OS X 10.7.x
OS X 10.8.x
OS X 10.9.x
CPU
Power PC G4 1 GHz or faster
(CoreDuo 1.83 GHz or faster recommended)
Memory
512 MB or more
Hard disk space
100 MB or more
Display
Resolution between 1024 × 768 (XGA) and 1920 × 1200
(WUXGA)
16-bit color or greater (approximately 32,000 display
colors)
Installing Easy Interactive Driver on OS X
Install Easy Interactive Driver on your computer to use computer
interactive mode.
a
a
b
You may have already installed Easy Interactive Tools using the Easy
Install option, which also installs Easy Interactive Driver. See the Easy
Interactive Tools Operation Guide in the Document CD-ROM for
details.
Turn on your computer.
Insert the EPSON Projector Software for Easy Interactive Function
CD into the computer.
You see the EPSON window.
c
Double-click the Install Navi icon in the EPSON window.
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Select Custom Install.
Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
Restart your computer.
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Your projector comes with a blue pen and an orange pen, identified by the
color on the end of the pen. You can use either pen, or both at the same
time (one of each color).
a
Make sure the pen batteries are installed.
A
B
C
D
E
Pen tip
• The pens turn off automatically after 20 minutes of inactivity. To
turn a pen back on, tap the pen tip or press the button on the
side.
• For best performance, hold the pen perpendicular to the board, as
shown below. Do not cover the black band near the tip of the
pen.
You can do the following using the pen:
Battery light
Button
Attachment for optional strap or cord
Battery cover
To turn on the pen, tap the pen tip or press the button on the side.
When you are finished using the pen, leave the pen as it is far from the
projection screen.
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Attention
• Do not use interactive pens with wet hands or in locations where the pens
may get wet. The interactive pens are not waterproof.
• Keep the projector and projection screen out of direct sunlight, or the
interactive features may not work.
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• Write or draw on the projection surface in annotation mode and
whiteboard mode.
• To select a projected item, such as an icon, tap the projection
surface with the pen tip.
• To draw on the projected screen, tap the projection surface with
the pen and drag it as necessary.
• To move the projected pointer, hover over the surface without
touching it.
• To switch the pen from a drawing tool to an eraser, press the
button on the side.
• Use the pen as a mouse in computer interactive mode.
a
• If you do not want to use the hovering feature, you can turn it off
using the Easy Interactive Function setting in the projector's
Extended menu.
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• To make a long press of the pen act as a right-click, select the
following settings in the Easy Interactive Function setting in the
projector's Extended menu.
- Set the Pen Operation Mode setting to Two Users/Mouse or One
User/Mouse(EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi).
- Set the Pen Operation Mode setting to Mode 1 or Mode 3
(EB-595Wi).
- Set the Enable Right Click setting to On.
Pen Calibration
Calibration coordinates the positioning of the pen with the location of your
cursor. You only need to calibrate the first time you use your projector.
You can use Auto Calibration to calibrate the system, but Manual
Calibration is also available for finer adjustments or if Auto Calibration
failed.
a
•
•
•
•
•
To
To
To
To
To
left-click, tap the board with the pen tip.
double-click, tap twice with the pen tip.
right-click, press the button on the side.
click and drag, tap and drag with the pen.
move the cursor, hover over the board without touching it.
• Move any pen you are not using away from the projection screen
while calibrating the system.
• Calibrate the system again if you notice any discrepancy in
positioning after doing any of the following:
- Performing Keystone correction
- Adjusting the image size
- Using the Image Shift feature
- Changing the projector position
• The calibration results remain until you recalibrate.
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Calibrating Automatically
You need to calibrate the first time you use your projector, and you do not
need the pens or a computer for Auto Calibration.
a
Press the [Menu] button, select the Extended menu, and press
the [Enter] button.
c
b
Select Auto Calibration and press the [Enter] button.
Select the Easy Interactive Function setting and press the [Enter]
button.
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d
Adjust the focus if necessary, by opening the air filter cover on the
side of the projector and sliding the focus lever.
e
Press the [Enter] button to select Yes.
b
Select the Easy Interactive Function setting and press the [Enter]
button.
c
Select Manual Calibration and press the [Enter] button.
A pattern appears then disappears, and the system is calibrated. If
you see a message that calibration failed, you need to calibrate
manually.
The cursor location and pen position should match after calibration. If not,
you may need to calibrate manually.
Calibrating Manually
If the cursor location and pen position do not match after auto calibration,
you can calibrate manually.
a
Press the [Menu] button, select the Extended menu, and press
the [Enter] button.
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e
f
Press the [Enter] button to select Yes.
A flashing green circle appears in the upper left corner of your
projected image.
Touch the center of the circle with the tip of the pen.
The circle disappears, and you see another circle below the first
one.
The following screen appears.
a
d
Adjust the focus if necessary, by opening the air filter cover on the
side of the projector and sliding the focus lever.
g
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For the most accurate calibration, make sure you touch the
center of the circle.
Touch the center of the next circle, then repeat. When you get to
the bottom of the column, the next circle appears at the top of a
new column.
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h
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a
Switch to computer interactive mode, if necessary.
b
Press the [Menu] button, select the Extended menu, and press
the [Enter] button.
c
Select the Easy Interactive Function setting and press the [Enter]
button.
• Make sure you are not blocking the signal between the pen
and the interactive receiver.
• If you make a mistake, press the [Esc] button on the remote
control to go back to the previous circle.
• To cancel the calibration process, press and hold the [Esc]
button for 2 seconds.
Continue until all of the circles disappear.
Adjusting the Pen Operation Area
The pen operation area is normally adjusted automatically if you connect a
different computer or adjust the computer's resolution. If you notice that
the pen position is incorrect when you operate your computer from the
projected screen (computer interactive mode), you can adjust the pen area
manually.
a
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Manual adjustment is not available when projecting from a LAN
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In the PC Interactive section, select Advanced and press
the [Enter] button.
The mouse pointer moves toward the top left corner.
g
When the mouse pointer stops at the top left corner of the image,
touch the tip of the pointer with the pen.
The mouse pointer moves toward the bottom right corner.
h
e
Select Manual Adj. Pen Area and press the [Enter] button.
f
Press the [Enter] button to select Yes.
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When the mouse pointer stops at the bottom right corner of the
image, touch the tip of the pointer with the pen.
Using Your Finger for Interactive Touch Operations (EB-595Wi only)
You can use your finger to perform the same functions as the interactive
pen when the Touch Unit is installed.
Safety Instructions for Interactive Touch
Operations
Touch operation with your finger is enabled by installing the Touch Unit
with built-in high-power laser product (EB-595Wi).
The laser radiates from the laser diffusion ports on rear of the Touch
Unit:
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Warning
• Children using touch operations with their fingers should always be
accompanied by an adult.
• Never open any cases on the projector or the Touch Unit. Never attempt to
disassemble or modify the projector or the Touch Unit. Electrical voltages
inside the projector can cause severe injury.
• Do not look into the lens of the projector or the laser-emitting area of the
Touch Unit when they are turned on. The laser can damage your eyes. Give
special attention to small children when using touch operations with their
fingers.
• Do not allow the laser light emitted from the Touch Unit to pass through or
be reflected by any optical object, such as a magnifying glass or mirror.
Continued use may result in fire or accidents, and also cause injury.
• Unplug the projector from the outlet and refer all repairs to qualified service
personnel if any problems occur with the projector and the Touch Unit.
Continued use may result in fire or accidents, and can also damage your
eyes.
• Do not look at the laser light using an optical device (for example, eye lope,
magnifying glass, or microscope) within a distance of 70 mm from the laser
diffusion ports of the Touch Unit. This could damage your eyes.
Laser Warning Labels
The Touch Unit is a Class 1 laser product that complies with IEC/
EN60825-1:2007.
The labels indicating the Class 1 laser product and warnings are placed in
the following places on the Touch Unit:
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See the Installation Guide for details.
s Installation Guide
The Touch Unit turns on and is ready for touch operation with your finger
when you turn on the projector.
The labels indicate the following:
• CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
• WARNING: Never open any covers on this unit. Laser product inside.
• WARNING:
• CAUTION: CLASS 3B INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN
OPEN
• AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM
a
Using Interactive Touch Operations with Your
Finger
You can use your finger to interact with the projected screen, just as you
would use an interactive pen (EB-595Wi). You can use either a pen or your
finger, or use both at the same time.
• Positioning discrepancies may occur depending on the angle of or
the direction you point your finger.
• Touch operations with your finger may not work properly with long
or artificial nails, or with your fingers wrapped in bandages.
• Touch operations may not be recognized correctly if your fingers
and/or pens are too close together or crossed.
• If clothing or another part of your body comes close to or touches
the screen, the touch operations may work incorrectly.
• If you touch the screen with your free hand during touch operations,
the touch operations may work incorrectly.
You can perform the following touch operations with your finger:
The projector recognizes up to six touch points in computer interactive
mode. When performing touch operations with your finger, you can use
two fingers in annotation and whiteboard modes.
Do the following before using your finger for touch operations:
• Install the Touch Unit
• Calibrate the system manually for the pen
• Perform angle adjustment for the Touch Unit
• Calibrate the system for touch operations
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• Use your finger as a mouse in computer interactive mode.
• Write or draw on the projection surface in annotation mode and
whiteboard mode.
• To left-click, tap the board with your finger.
• To double-click, tap twice with your finger.
• To click and drag, press on and drag an item with your finger.
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If your device supports these functions, you can also do the following:
• To zoom in or out, touch an item using two fingers, and either
move your fingers away from each other (stretch to zoom out) or
toward each other (pinch to zoom in).
• To rotate the image, touch the image using two fingers and then
rotate your hand.
• To scroll up or down the page, or move backward or forward in a
browser window, use gestures such as flicks.
• To select a projected item, such as an icon, tap the projection
surface with your finger.
• To draw on the projected screen for the first time after turning
on the projector, select a pen in the toolbar and tap the
projection surface with your finger. If you do not do this, your
finger works as an eraser the first time you use touch operations.
Calibrating for Touch Operations with Your Finger
Calibration coordinates the positioning of your finger with the location of
your cursor (EB-595Wi). If the cursor location and your finger position do
not match, you need to calibrate again.
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Using Your Finger for Interactive Touch Operations (EB-595Wi only)
a
• The positioning of your finger is usually adjusted when the Touch
Unit is installed. See the Installation Guide for details.
s Installation Guide
b
Select the Easy Interactive Function setting and press the [Enter]
button.
c
Select Touch Unit Setup and press the [Enter] button.
d
Select Touch Calibration and press the [Enter] button.
• Make sure you have calibrated the system for the pen using Auto
Calibration or Manual Calibration before calibrating for touch
operations with your finger.
s "Pen Calibration" p.74
• Calibrate for touch operations with your finger again if you notice
any discrepancy in positioning after doing any of the following:
- Calibrating the system for use with the pen (automatically or
manually)
- Performing angle adjustments for the Touch Unit
- Performing Keystone correction
- Adjusting the image size
- Using the Image Shift feature
- Changing the projector position
a
Press the [Menu] button, select the Extended menu, and press
the [Enter] button.
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Touch and hold the center of the circle with your finger until the
circle disappears and the another circle appears, then release it.
The following screen appears.
a
• For the most accurate calibration, make sure you touch the
center of the circle.
• Do not touch with anything else except the tip of your
finger.
e
Adjust the focus, if necessary, by opening the air filter cover on
the side of the projector and sliding the focus lever.
f
Press the [Enter] button to select Yes.
h
A flashing green circle appears in the upper left corner of your
projected image.
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Touch the center of the next circle with your finger, then repeat.
When you get to the bottom of the column, the next circle
appears at the top of a new column.
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a
i
• If you touch the wrong position, press the [Esc] button on the
remote control or control panel. This returns you to the
previous dot. You cannot go back by two dots.
• To cancel touch calibration, hold down the [Esc] button for
two seconds.
• It may take several seconds after all of the dots have
disappeared until touch calibration is complete.
Continue until all of the circles disappear.
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Follow these instructions to interact with the projected image or control the
projector.
• To switch between annotation mode and whiteboard mode, select the
following icon in the toolbar.
Switching the Interactive Mode
You can easily switch the interactive mode using the toolbar.
• To switch between computer interactive mode and annotation mode,
select one of the following icons:
• To change from annotation mode or whiteboard mode to
computer interactive mode:
a
• You can also change the interactive mode by doing the following:
- Pressing the [Pen Mode] button on the remote control.
- Switching to PC Free Annotation or PC Interactive in the Pen
Mode setting on the projector's Extended menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Pen Mode p.135
• You can switch to computer interactive mode when you project the
computer screen.
• To change from computer interactive mode to annotation mode
or whiteboard mode:
• You cannot switch to computer interactive mode when the USB
Type B setting in the projector's Extended menu is set to Wireless
Mouse/USB Display.
• The computer screen is projected when you switch to computer
interactive mode from whiteboard mode.
• After changing to computer interactive mode, content drawn using
annotation mode is retained.
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Annotation Mode and Whiteboard Mode Toolbars
The annotation mode toolbar or the whiteboard mode toolbar lets you draw
and write on the projected screen. The toolbar also lets you easily switch to
annotation or whiteboard mode.
In the following illustration, the annotation mode toolbar is shown on the
left, and the whiteboard mode toolbar on the right:
Redoes the last undo.
Selects a white or black background or one of four patterns
(whiteboard mode only).
s "Selecting Whiteboard Templates" p.89
Writes or draws free-form lines with custom pen.
Select the
icon to change custom pen color and width.
s "Selecting Line Width and Color" p.88
Writes or draws free-form lines with a transparent highlighter
pen.
Select the
icon to change highlighter pen color and width.
s "Selecting Line Width and Color" p.88
Black pen (fine point on left, thick on right).
Red pen (fine point on left, thick on right).
Switches to annotation mode.
Blue pen (fine point on left, thick on right).
Switches to whiteboard mode.
Eraser (thin width on left, thick on right).
Undoes the last operation.
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Clears all drawings.
Hides the toolbar after each drawing.
Closes the toolbar.
Selecting Line Width and Color
You can select the color and line width for both the custom Pen and the
Highlighter tools.
a
Select the
icon next to the custom Pen or Highlighter
b
Select the line width and color you want to use for the Pen or
Highlighter tools.
annotation tool.
a
A box like the following appears:
c
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• As you hover over the color palette, the name of the color is
displayed at the bottom of the palette.
• You can change the shade of the color palette using the Color
Palette setting in the projector's Extended menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - General Advanced - Color Palette p.135
Select the
or
tool, then use the pen or your
finger (EB-595Wi) to write or draw on the projection surface.
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When multiple people draw on the projected screen using the multiple
pens, you can select different colors and line widths for each pen.
When using touch operations, all users share the same color and line
width.
Turns off the projector.
Selecting Whiteboard Templates
In whiteboard mode, you can change the background color, and insert
horizontal lines or a background template.
Changes the image source using the displayed list.
To close the image source list, select the
icon at the
bottom of the list.
a
In whiteboard mode, select the
icon.
Zooms into and out of the image using the scale or the + and icons in the displayed list. You can do the following:
• The image can be enlarged to between 1 to 4 times. To return to
the original image size, select x1.
• You can expand and reduce quickly by holding down the + or icon.
The following box appears.
To close the scale list, select the
icon at the bottom of the
list.
b
Turns off picture and sound.
Tap the projected screen to turn the video and audio on.
s "Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V Mute)"
p.102
Select one of the template patterns.
Pauses video action.
s "Freezing the Image (Freeze)" p.102
Projector Control Toolbar
The projector control toolbar lets you control the projector from the
projected screen just as you would using the remote control.
If your network device is connected to the projector using EasyMP Multi
PC Projection, you can also use the toolbar to select the network device
from which you want to project.
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Decreases the volume.
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Increases the volume.
s "Adjusting the Volume" p.59
Closes the projection control toolbar.
Selecting Network Device Display from the Projector Control
Toolbar
b
Select the user name for the device you want to project from.
If you have connected devices to the projector via a network, you can select
to project an image from those devices using the projector control toolbar.
You can select the image source from computers that are running EasyMP
Multi PC Projection, and smartphones or tablets that are running Epson
iProjection. You can change the projected screen by selecting from among
up to 50 devices.
a
You can select any connected network device for projection, even if
the user connected using the EasyMP Multi PC Projection software
with the moderator feature enabled. See the EasyMP Multi PC
Projection Operation Guide for details about the moderator feature.
s EasyMP Multi PC Projection Operation Guide
A Displays the user names for network devices connected to the projector.
a
Select the
icon on the projector control toolbar, and then
select Participant List from the image source list.
The
icon is shown next to the user name of the currently projected
device.
B Closes the user selection screen and returns to the previous screen.
C Refreshes the user list.
When an additional user connects to the projector via a network, select this
button to update the user list.
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• When the selected device is disconnected from the projector,
the selected user's screen is not projected and the user list is
automatically updated.
• While the user selection screen is displayed, you cannot do
the following:
- Select a different image source
- Use other interactive features
- Control the projector from the projector control toolbar
- Connect to multiple projectors
- Hear sound from the projector (it is turned off temporarily)
- Change the settings using the projector's configuration menu
- Project an image using EasyMP Multi PC Projection or
Epson iProjection
You see the selected user's screen image.
When you change the user, repeat these steps.
a
• You cannot access the user selection screen when connecting to
multiple projectors by using EasyMP Multi PC Projection and
projecting the same image (mirroring).
• If the interactive features do not work, you can return to the
previous screen by pressing the [Esc] button on the remote control
or the control panel.
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Using the Interactive Features over a Network
You can use your projector in computer interactive mode over a network.
If you want to annotate when using computer interactive mode over a
network, you need to use Easy Interactive Tools (or another annotation
program). Easy Interactive Tools allows you to use various drawing tools,
treat the drawing area as a page, and save your drawings as a file for a later
use. You can install Easy Interactive Tools from the EPSON Projector
Software for Easy Interactive Function CD. You can also download the
software from the Epson website.
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a
projector's Extended menu. The
• With either application, select Use Interactive Pen on the General
settings tab and Transfer layered window on the Adjust performance
tab.
icon is also not available.
• You cannot change the Pen Operation Mode setting from the
projector's Extended menu.
• You can connect up to four projectors at one time using EasyMP
Network Projection. When connected to multiple projectors,
computer interactive mode functions for any projector. Operations
performed on one projector are reflected in other projectors.
• To use annotation mode over the network, clear Use Interactive Pen
on the General settings tab and Transfer layered window on the
Adjust performance tab in EasyMP Network Projection or Quick
Wireless Connection, and then reconnect to the network.
• Use one of the following software applications to setup your projector
on a computer network and use computer interactive mode over the
network:
• EasyMP Network Projection version 2.85 or later (for Windows)
or 2.83 or later (for OS X)
See the EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide for instruc‐
tions.
s EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide
• Quick Wireless version 1.32 or later (Windows only)
See the instructions included with the optional Quick Wireless
Connection USB Key.
• You can only use one pen or one finger (EB-595Wi) at a time.
• The response may be slower over the network.
• When using computer interactive mode over a network, you cannot
change the Pen Mode setting using the remote control or from the
Precautions When Connecting to a Projector on a
Different Subnet
Follow these precautions when you connect to a projector on a different
subnet using EasyMP Network Projection and use interactive features:
• Search for the projector on the network by specifying the projector's IP
address. You cannot search for it by specifying the projector name.
• Make sure that you get an echo reply back from the network projector
when sending an echo request by the ping command. When the
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) option is disabled on the
router, you can connect to the projector at remote locations even if you
cannot get the echo reply back.
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• Make sure the following ports are opened.
Port
Protocol
Usage
Communication
3620
TCP/UDP
For connection and con‐ Duplex
trol
3621
TCP
For transferring images
3629
TCP
For controlling projector Duplex
Duplex
• Make sure that the MAC address filtering and application filtering
options are disabled on the router.
• Make sure that Network Address Translation (NAT) technology is not
used in your network environment. With Internet VPN and IP-VPN,
you can connect to the network projector remotely when you meet the
above requirements.
• When bandwidth management is applied for communications between
locations, and EasyMP Network Projection goes over the controlled
bandwidth, you may not be able to connect to the projector at remote
locations.
a
Epson does not guarantee the connection to the projector on a
different subnet using EasyMP Network Projection even if you meet
the above requirements. When considering the implementation, be
sure to test the connection in your network environment.
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If you are using Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista,
you can use the pen input and Ink tools to add handwritten input and
annotations to your work.
You can also use the pen input and Ink features over a network when you
set the interactive features to be available on your network.
Enabling Windows Pen Input and Ink Features
If you want to use the pen input and Ink features in Windows 8.1,
Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista, you need to adjust the pen
settings in the projector's Extended menu.
a
Press the [Menu] button, select the Extended menu, and press
the [Enter] button.
c
Select the Pen Operation Mode setting and press the [Enter]
button.
b
Select the Easy Interactive Function setting and press the [Enter]
button.
d
Select one of the following:
• Select One User/Pen and press the [Enter] button
(EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi).
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• When using pen input, select Mode 2 and press the [Enter] button
(EB-595Wi).
• When using Ink features, select Mode 1 or Mode 2 and press
the [Enter] button (EB-595Wi).
a
When selecting Mode 1 or Mode 2, you can also use Windows
multi-touch features (EB-595Wi).
Using Windows Pen Input and Ink Features
If you are using Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista,
you can add handwritten input and convert it to text.
If you have Microsoft Office 2007 or later, you can also use the Ink
function to add handwritten notes to a Word document, Excel spreadsheet,
or PowerPoint presentation.
a
• To add Ink annotations in Microsoft Office applications, select the
Review menu, then select Start Inking.
a
• To annotate your PowerPoint slides in Slideshow mode, press the
button on the side of the pen or press the projection surface with your
finger for about 3 seconds, then select Pointer Options > Pen from the
pop-up menu.
a
This method for annotating PowerPoint slides in Slideshow mode also
works with Windows XP Tablet PC Edition.
For more information about these features, see your Windows Help.
Option names for the annotation functions may vary depending on
your version of Microsoft Office.
• To open the Touch Keyboard in Windows 8, right-click or tap and
hold on the Taskbar, then select Toolbars > Touch Keyboard. Select
the keyboard icon on the screen, then select the pen icon.
• To open the Tablet PC input panel in Windows 7 or Windows Vista,
select
In Microsoft Word or Excel, select the Insert tab and then click on
Start Inking.
> All Programs > Accessories > Tablet PC > Tablet PC
Input Panel.
You can write in the box using the pen or your finger (EB-595Wi), then
select from a variety of options to edit and convert the text.
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Useful Functions
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Projecting Images Stored on a USB Storage Device
(PC Free)
Type
By connecting a USB storage device such as a USB memory or a USB hard
disk to the projector, you can project the files stored on the device without
using a computer. This function is called PC Free.
a
• You may not be able to use USB storage devices that incorporate
security functions.
• You cannot correct keystone distortion while projecting in PC Free,
even if you press the [w] and [v] buttons on the control panel.
a
Specifications for Files that Can Be Projected Using PC Free
Type
Image
File Type (Ex‐
tension)
Notes
.jpg
The following cannot be projected.
- CMYK color mode format
- Progressive format
- Images with a resolution greater than 8192x8192
Due to the characteristics of JPEG files, images may
not be projected clearly if the compression ratio is
too high.
.bmp
Cannot project images with a resolution greater
than 1280x800.
.gif
• Cannot project images with a resolution greater
than 1280x800.
• Cannot project animated GIFs.
.png
Cannot project images with a resolution greater
than 1280x800.
File Type (Ex‐
tension)
Notes
.avi (Motion
JPEG)
• Cannot project images with a resolution greater
than 1280 x 720.
• You can only playback the audio formatted with
linear PCM and ADPCM.
• Supports AVI 1.0. You cannot project files over 2
GB.
• When connecting and using a USB-compatible hard disk, make sure
you connect the AC adaptor supplied with the hard disk.
• The projector does not support some file systems, so use media that
has been formatted in Windows.
• Format the media in FAT16/32.
PC Free Examples
Projecting Images Stored on USB Storage
s "Projecting the Selected Images or Movies" p.99
s "Projecting Image Files in a Folder in Sequence (Slideshow)" p.100
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PC Free Operating Methods
Although the following steps are explained based on the remote control,
you can perform the same operations from the control panel.
a
Starting PC Free
a
• You can also insert a memory card into a USB card reader and then
connect the reader to the projector. However, some commercially
available USB card readers may not be compatible with the
projector.
• If the following screen (Select Drive screen) is displayed, use the
[
], [
], [ ], and [ ] buttons to select the drive you want to
use, and then press the [Enter] button.
Change the source to USB.
s "Switching to the Target Image Using the Remote Control"
p.47
b
Connect the USB storage device to the projector.
s "Connecting USB Devices" p.35
PC Free starts and the file list screen is displayed.
• The following files are displayed as thumbnails (file contents are
displayed as small images).
- JPEG files
- AVI files (displays the image at the start of the movie)
• Other files or folders are displayed as icons as shown in the
following table.
Icon
File
JPEG files*
Icon
• To display the Select Drive screen, position the cursor on Select
Drive at the top of the file list screen, and then press the [Enter]
button.
File
BMP files
Projecting Images
GIF files
PNG files
a
AVI (Motion JPEG)
files*
*
When it cannot be displayed as a thumbnail, it is displayed as an icon.
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Use the [
], [
], [ ], and [ ] buttons to select the file or
folder you want to project.
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b
a
] button.
Stopping PC Free
To close PC Free, disconnect the USB device from the USB port on the
projector. For devices such as digital cameras or hard disks, turn off the
device and then remove it from the projector.
Press the [Enter] button.
The selected image is displayed.
When a folder is selected, the files in the selected folder are
displayed. To return to the screen which was displayed before
opening the folder, position the cursor on Back to Top and press
the [Enter] button.
Projecting the Selected Images or Movies
Attention
Do not disconnect the USB storage device while it is being accessed. PC Free
may not operate correctly.
Rotating Images
You can rotate the played images in 90˚ increments. The rotating function
is also available during PC Free.
a
Start PC Free.
The file list screen is displayed.
s "Starting PC Free" p.98
a
] or [
If not all of the files and folders are displayed on the current
screen, press the []] button on the remote control, or position
the cursor on Next Page at the bottom of the screen and press
the [Enter] button.
To return to the previous screen, press the [[] button on the
remote control, or position the cursor on Previous Page at the
top of the screen and press the [Enter] button.
b
While projecting, press the [
Play images, or run PC Free.
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When projection is finished, you are returned to the file list screen.
], [ ], and [ ] buttons to select the image file
you want to project.
Projecting Image Files in a Folder in Sequence (Slideshow)
You can project the image files in a folder in sequence, one at a time. This
function is called Slideshow. Use the following procedure to run
Slideshow.
a
To change files automatically when you run PC Free, set Screen
Switching Time from Option to anything other than No. The default
setting is 3 Seconds.
s "Image File Display Settings and Slideshow Operation Settings"
p.101
c
a
Press the [Enter] button.
The file list screen is displayed.
s "Starting PC Free" p.98
The image is displayed.
b
c
a
Start PC Free.
Use the [ ] or [ ] buttons to move to the next or previous
image file.
Use the [
], [
], [ ], and [ ] buttons to position the cursor
on the folder you want to run the Slideshow, and then press
the [Enter] button.
Select Slideshow at the bottom of the file list screen, and then
press the [Enter] button.
Slideshow starts, and the image files in the folder are automatically
projected in sequence, one at a time.
When the last file is projected, the file list is displayed again
automatically. If you set Continuous Play to On in the Option
finish projecting, perform one of the following operations.
d •ToProjecting
an image: Press the [Esc] button.
• Projecting a movie: Press the [Esc] button to display the message
screen, select Exit, and then press the [Enter] button.
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screen, projection starts again from the beginning when it reaches
the end.
b
s "Image File Display Settings and Slideshow Operation Settings"
p.101
You can proceed to the next screen, return to the previous screen, or
stop playback while projecting a Slideshow.
a
When the following Option screen is displayed, set each of the
items.
Enable the settings by positioning the cursor on the target item and
pressing the [Enter] button.
The following table shows the details for each item.
If Screen Switching Time on the Option screen is set to No, files do
not change automatically when you select Play Slideshow. Press the
[ ] button, the [Enter] button, or the []] button to continue to the
next file.
You can use the following functions when projecting an image file with PC
Free.
• Freeze
s "Freezing the Image (Freeze)" p.102
• A/V Mute
s "Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V Mute)" p.102
• E-Zoom
s "Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)" p.103
Image File Display Settings and Slideshow Operation Settings
You can set the file display order and Slideshow operations on the Option
screen.
a
Select Option at the bottom of the file list screen, and then press
the [Enter] button.
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Display Order
You can select to display the files in Name Order or Date
Order.
Sort Order
You can select to sort the files In Ascending or In
Descending order.
Continuous
Play
You can set whether to repeat the Slideshow.
Screen Switch‐
ing Time
You can set the time for a single file to be displayed in Play
Slideshow. You can set a time between No (0) to 60
seconds. When you set No, auto play is disabled.
Effect
You can set the screen effects when changing slides.
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Use the [
], [
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], [ ], and [ ] buttons to position the cursor
over OK, and then press the [Enter] button.
a
The settings are applied.
• If you use this function when projecting moving images, the images
and sound continue to be played back by the source, and you cannot
return to the point where A/V Mute was activated.
• Microphone audio is still output even when A/V Mute is turned
on.
If you do not want to apply the settings, position the cursor on
Cancel, and then press the [Enter] button.
• You can select the screen displayed when the [A/V Mute] button is
pressed from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Display - A/V Mute p.132
Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V
Mute)
• When A/V mute is enabled with the [A/V Mute] button, A/V Mute
Timer activates and the power is automatically turned off after
approximately 30 minutes. If you do not want to enable A/V Mute
Timer, set A/V Mute Timer to Off.
s ECO - A/V Mute Timer p.144
You can switch off the image on the screen when you want to focus the
audience's attention on what you are saying, or when you do not want to
display operations such as changing files.
• The lamp is still lit during A/V Mute, so the lamp hours continue to
accumulate.
Freezing the Image (Freeze)
Each time you press the [A/V Mute] button, A/V Mute turns on or off.
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When Freeze is activated on moving images, the frozen image continues to
project on the screen, so you can project a moving image one frame at a
time like a still photo. Also, you can perform operations such as changing
between files during presentations from a computer without projecting any
images if the Freeze function is activated beforehand.
Each time you press the [Freeze] button, Freeze turns on or off.
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• Audio does not stop.
• For moving images, the images continue to play back while the
screen is frozen, so it is not possible to resume projection from the
point where the screen was frozen.
• If the [Freeze] button is pressed while the Configuration menu or
the Help screen is displayed, the menu or the Help screen that is
displayed is closed.
• Freeze still works while E-Zoom is being used.
b
Move the Pointer icon (
).
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Pointer Function (Pointer)
When any pair of adjacent [
This allows you to move a pointer icon on the projected image, and helps
you draw attention to the area you are talking about.
], [
], [ ], or [ ] buttons are
pressed at the same time, the pointer can be moved diagonally.
a
You can select the shape of the pointer icon from the
Configuration menu.
s Settings - Pointer Shape p.131
Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)
a
Display the Pointer.
Each time you press the [Pointer] button, the pointer appears or
disappears.
This is useful when you want to expand images to see them in greater
detail, such as graphs and tables.
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c
Start E-Zoom.
Press the [z] button to display the Cross (
).
Enlarge.
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[z] button: Expands the area each time
it is pressed. You can expand quickly by
holding the button down.
[x] button: Reduces images that have
been enlarged.
[Esc] button: Cancels E-Zoom.
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b
Move the Cross (
a
) to the area of the image that you want to
• The enlargement ratio appears on the screen. The selected
area can be enlarged to between 1 to 4 times in 25
incremental steps.
• During enlarged projection, press the [
enlarge.
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], [
], [ ], and
[ ] buttons to scroll the image.
Using the Remote Control to Operate the Mouse
Pointer (Wireless Mouse)
You can control the computer's mouse pointer from the projector's remote
control. This function is called Wireless Mouse.
When any pair of adjacent [
], [
], [ ], or [ ] buttons are
The following operating systems are compatible with Wireless Mouse.
pressed at the same time, the pointer can be moved diagonally.
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Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
OS
*
Once set, the mouse pointer can be controlled as follows.
OS X
2000
XP
Vista
7
8
8.1
Mac OS X 10.3.x
Mac OS X 10.4.x
Mac OS X 10.5.x
Mac OS X 10.6.x
OS X 10.7.x
OS X 10.8.x
OS X 10.9.x
Moving the mouse pointer
[
][ ][ ] buttons:
Moves the mouse pointer.
It may not be possible to use the Wireless Mouse function under some
versions of the operating systems.
Mouse clicks
[Esc] button: Right click.
[Enter] button: Left click. Press quickly
twice to double-click.
Use the following procedure to enable the Wireless Mouse function.
a
][
Set USB Type B to Wireless Mouse/USB Display from the
Configuration menu (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only).
s Extended - USB Type B p.132
b
Connect the projector to the computer with the supplied or a
commercially available USB cable.
Drag and drop
While holding down the [Enter] button,
press the [
s "Connecting a Computer" p.29
], [
], [ ], or [ ]
button to drag.
Release the [Enter] button to drop at the
desired location.
the source to one of the following.
c •Change
USB Display
• Computer1
Page Up/Down
• Computer2
[[] button: Moves to the previous page.
[]] button: Moves to the next page.
• HDMI1
• HDMI2
s "Switching to the Target Image Using the Remote Control"
p.47
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• When any pair of adjacent [
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], [
], [ ], or [ ] buttons are
pressed at the same time, the pointer can be moved diagonally.
• If the mouse button settings are set to reverse on the computer, the
operation of the remote control buttons will also be reversed.
• The Wireless Mouse function does not work under the following
conditions.
- When Extended - USB Type B is set to anything other than
Wireless Mouse/USB Display (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi
only).
- When projecting images from a device connected to the HDMI1/
MHL ports using an MHL cable.
- When displaying the Configuration menu or help.
- When operating functions other than the Wireless Mouse function
(such as adjusting the volume).
However, when using the E-Zoom or Pointer function, the page up
or down function is available.
Saving a User's Logo
You can save the image that is currently being projected as a User's Logo.
You can use the registered user's logo as a display when projection starts or
no image signal is being input.
s Extended - Display p.132
a
a
• Once a User's Logo has been saved, the logo cannot be returned to
the factory default.
• If the content of the Configuration menu is set from another
projector using the batch setup function, the registered User's Logo
is set for the other projectors. Do not register confidential
information and so on as the User's Logo.
s "Performing Batch Setup for Multiple Projectors" p.147
Project the image you want to save as the User's Logo, and then
press the [Menu] button.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
Using remote control
b
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d
Move the box to select the part of the image to use as the User's
Logo.
You can perform the same operations from the projector's control
panel.
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a
• When User's Logo Protection from Password Protection is
set to On, a message is displayed and the User's Logo cannot
be changed. You can make changes after setting User's Logo
Protection to Off.
s "Managing Users (Password Protection)" p.110
• If User's Logo is selected when Keystone, E-Zoom, Aspect, or
Adjust Zoom is being performed, the function currently being
performed is cancelled.
c
a
e
When the message "Choose this image as the User's Logo?" is
displayed, select Yes.
a
When you press the [Enter] button on the remote control or
the control panel, the screen size may change depending on the
signal to match the actual resolution of the image signal.
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You can save at 400x300 dots in size.
When you press the [Enter] button and the message "Select this
image?" is displayed, select Yes.
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a
Select the zoom factor from the zoom setting screen.
Project the image you want to use as the User Pattern, and then
press the [Menu] button.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
Using Remote Control
g
When the message "Save this image as the User's Logo?" is
displayed, select Yes.
The image is saved. After the image has been saved, the message
"Completed." is displayed.
a
b
Select Pattern from Settings.
c
Select User Pattern.
When a User's Logo is saved, the previous User's Logo is
erased.
Saving User Pattern
There are four types of patterns registered to the projector, such as ruled
lines and grid patterns.
s Settings - Pattern - Pattern Type p.131
You can also save the image that is currently being projected as a User
Pattern.
a
When a User Pattern is saved, the previous User Pattern is erased.
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If User Pattern is selected when Keystone, E-Zoom, Aspect,
Adjust Zoom, or Image Shift are being performed, the function
currently being performed is temporarily canceled.
d
When "Do you want to use the currently projected image as the
User Pattern?" is displayed, select Yes.
e
When you press the [ ] button, the message "Do you save this
image as the User Pattern?" is displayed. Select Yes.
The image is saved. After the image has been saved, the message
"The User Pattern setting is complete." is displayed.
a
Once a User Pattern has been saved, User Pattern cannot be
returned to the factory default.
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The projector has the following enhanced security functions.
• Password Protection
You can limit who can use the projector.
• Control Panel Lock
You can prevent people changing the settings on the projector without
permission.
s "Restricting Operation (Control Panel Lock)" p.112
• Anti-Theft Lock
The projector is equipped with the following anti-theft security device.
s "Anti-Theft Lock" p.113
• User's Logo Protection
Even if someone tries to change the User's Logo set by the owner of the
projector, it cannot be changed. When User's Logo Protection is set to
On, the following setting changes for the User's Logo are prohibited.
• Capturing a User's Logo
• Setting Display Background, Startup Screen, or A/V Mute from
Display
s Extended - Display p.132
• Network Protection
When Network Protection is set to On, changing the settings for
Network is prohibited.
s "Network Menu" p.136
Managing Users (Password Protection)
When Password Protection is activated, people who do not know the
password cannot use the projector to project images even if the projector
power is on. Furthermore, the user's logo that is displayed when you turn
on the projector cannot be changed. This acts as an anti-theft device as the
projector cannot be used even if it is stolen. At the time of purchase,
Password Protection is not activated.
Setting Password Protection
Use the following procedure to set Password Protect.
a
During projection, hold down the [Freeze] button for about five
seconds.
The Password Protection setting menu is displayed.
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Kinds of Password Protection
The following three kinds of Password Protect settings can be made
according to how the projector is being used.
• Power On Protection
When Power On Protection is On, you need to enter a preset password
after the projector is plugged in and turned on (this also applies to Direct
Power On). When the correct password is entered, projection starts.
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• If Password Protection is already activated, you must enter
the password.
If the password is entered correctly, the Password Protection
setting menu is displayed.
s "Entering the Password" p.111
• When the password is set, stick the supplied password protect
sticker in a visible position on the projector as a further theft
deterrent.
b
Select the type of Password Protect you want to set, and then
press the [Enter] button.
(4)
Re-enter the password.
The message "Password accepted." is displayed.
If you enter the password incorrectly, a message is displayed prompting
you to re-enter the password.
Entering the Password
When the password entry screen is displayed, enter the password using the
remote control.
While holding down the [Num] button, enter the password by pressing the
numeric buttons.
c
Select On, and then press the [Enter] button.
d
Set the password.
Press the [Esc] button, the screen displayed in step 2 is displayed
again.
(1)
(2)
(3)
Select Password, and then press the [Enter] button.
When the message "Change the password?" is displayed, select Yes and
then press the [Enter] button. The default password is set to "0000".
Change this to your own desired Password. If you select No, the screen
displayed in step 2 is displayed again.
While holding down the [Num] button, enter a four digit number using
the numeric buttons. The number entered is displayed as "* * * *". When
you enter the fourth digit, the confirmation screen is displayed.
When you enter the correct password, Password Protect is temporarily
released.
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Attention
• If an incorrect password is entered three times in succession, the message
"The projector's operation will be locked." is displayed for approximately five
minutes, and then the projector switches to standby mode. If this happens,
disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet and then reinsert it and
turn the projector's power back on. The projector displays the password entry
screen again so that you can enter the correct password.
a
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.125
Using Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
• If you have forgotten the password, make a note of the "Request Code:
xxxxx" number that appears on the screen and contact the nearest address
provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
• If you continue to repeat the above operation and input the wrong Password
30 times in succession, the following message is displayed and the projector
does not accept any more Password entries. "The projector's operation will be
locked. Contact Epson as described in your documentation."
s Epson Projector Contact List
b
Select Control Panel Lock from Settings.
c
Select either Full Lock or Partial Lock according to your purpose.
Restricting Operation (Control Panel Lock)
Do one of the following to lock the operation buttons on the control
panel.
• Full Lock
All of the buttons on the control panel are locked. You cannot perform
any operations from the control panel, including turning the power on or
off.
• Partial Lock
All of the buttons on the control panel, except for the [t] power button,
are locked.
This is useful at events or shows when you want to deactivate all buttons
during projection or at schools when you want to limit button operation.
The projector can still be operated using the remote control.
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Select Yes when the confirmation message is displayed.
The control panel buttons are locked according to the setting you
chose.
a
You can release the control panel lock by one of the following
two methods.
• Select Off from Control Panel Lock.
s Settings - Control Panel Lock p.131
• Press and hold down the [Enter] button on the control panel
for about seven seconds, a message is displayed and the lock
is released.
Anti-Theft Lock
The projector is equipped with the following types of anti-theft security
devices.
• Security slot
The security slot is compatible with the Microsaver Security System
manufactured by Kensington.
See the following for more details on the Microsaver Security System.
s http://www.kensington.com/
• Security cable installation point
A commercially available theft-prevention wire lock can be passed
through the installation point to secure the projector to a desk or pillar.
Do not pass drop-prevention wires through here when mounting the
projector on a wall or suspending it from a ceiling.
Installing the Wire Lock
Pass an anti-theft wire lock through the installation point.
See the documentation supplied with the wire lock for locking instructions.
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About EasyMP Monitor
EasyMP Monitor lets you carry out operations such as checking the status
of multiple Epson projectors that are connected to a network at a computer
monitor, and controlling the projectors from the computer.
You can download EasyMP Monitor from the following Web site.
http://www.epson.com
The following provides descriptions of the monitoring and control functions
that can be carried out using EasyMP Monitor.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Registering projectors for monitoring and control
Group registration for registered projectors
Monitoring the status of registered projectors
Controlling registered projectors
Mail Notification settings
Sending messages to registered projectors
This function allows you to perform setup and control operations remotely.
In addition, since you can use the computer's keyboard, entering characters
required for the setup is easier.
Use Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 or later as the Web browser. Use Safari
for OS X.
a
If you set Standby Mode to Communication On, you can use a Web
browser to make settings and perform control even if the projector is
in standby mode (when the power is off).
s ECO - Standby Mode p.144
Projector Setup
In a Web browser, you can set items that are usually set in the projector's
Configuration menu. The settings are reflected in the Configuration menu.
There are also items that can only be set in a Web browser.
Items in the Configuration Menu that Cannot Be Set by a Web Browser
Message Broadcasting
Message Broadcasting is plugin software for EasyMP Monitor. Message
Broadcasting can be used to send a message (JPEG file) to project on all
Epson projectors or specified projectors connected on the network.
The data can be sent manually, or sent automatically using Timer Settings
of EasyMP Monitor.
Download the Message Broadcasting software from the following Web site.
http://www.epson.com
Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web
Control)
By using the Web browser of a computer connected to the projector on a
network, you can set the projector's functions and control the projector.
• Settings menu - Image Shift
• Settings menu - Pointer Shape
• Settings menu - Pattern (except Pattern Type)
• Settings menu - User Button
• Extended menu - User's Logo
• Extended menu - USB Type B
• Extended menu - Easy Interactive Function
• Extended menu - Language
• Extended menu - Operation - High Altitude Mode
• Reset menu - Reset All and Reset Lamp Hours
The settings for items on each menu are the same as the projector's
Configuration menu.
s "Configuration Menu" p.124
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Items that Can only Be Set with a Web Browser
a
• SNMP Community Name (up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters)
• Monitor Password (up to 16 single-byte alphanumeric characters)
• Enter the user ID even if the password setting is disabled. The
user ID cannot be changed.
• You can change the password in Network menu from the
Configuration menu.
s Network - Basic - Web Control Password p.136
Displaying the Web Control Screen
Use the following procedure to display the Web Control screen.
Make sure the computer and projector are connected to the network. Use
Advanced when connecting via a Wireless LAN.
a
a
b
If your Web browser is set up to connect via a proxy server, the Web
Control screen cannot be displayed. To display Web Control, you need
to make settings so that a proxy server is not used for a connection.
Start a Web browser on the computer.
Displaying the Web Remote Screen
The Web Remote function allows you to perform projector remote control
operations with a Web browser.
a
b
Display the Web Control screen.
c
The Web Remote screen is displayed.
Click Web Remote.
Enter the IP address of the projector in the address input box of
the Web browser, and press the Enter key on the computer's
keyboard.
The Web Control screen is displayed.
When Web Control Password is set from the Configuration menu,
the password entry screen is displayed.
c
Enter the User ID and Password, and then press the Enter key on
your computer's keyboard.
The User ID is "EPSONWEB".
The default password is "admin".
When the correct user ID and password are entered, the Web
control screen is displayed.
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Name
F [Page] buttons
[Up] [Down]
Function
Changes pages in files such as PowerPoint files when using
the following projection methods.
• When using the Wireless Mouse function
s "Using the Remote Control to Operate the
Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse)" p.104
• When using USB Display
s "Projecting with USB Display" p.48
• When connecting to a network
When projecting images using PC Free, pressing these
buttons displays the previous/next image file.
Name
Switches to the image from the input port where video
signals are being input.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the
Projected Image (Source Search)" p.46
H [LAN] button
Switches to the image from the network connected device.
s "Switching to the Target Image Using the Remote
Control" p.47
I [USB] button
Each time the button is pressed, it cycles through the
following images:
• USB Display
• Images from the device connected to the USB-A port
s "Switching to the Target Image Using the Remote
Control" p.47
J [Volume] buttons
[a][b]
[a] Decreases the volume.
[b] Increases the volume.
s "Adjusting the Volume" p.59
Function
A [Power] button
[t]
Turns the projector power on or off.
s "Getting Ready to Project" p.45
B [Computer] button
Each time the button is pressed, it cycles through the
following images:
• Computer1 port
• Computer2 port
C [Video] button
G [Source Search]
button
Each time the button is pressed, it cycles through the
following images:
• S-Video port
• Video port
• HDMI1/MHL port
• HDMI2 port
D [Freeze] button
Pauses or resumes image playback.
s "Freezing the Image (Freeze)" p.102
E [A/V Mute] button
Turns the video and audio on or off.
s "Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V
Mute)" p.102
Using the Mail Notification Function to Report
Problems
When you set Mail Notification, notification messages are sent to the preset
email addresses when a problem or warning occurs with a projector. This
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will enable the operator to be notified of problems with projectors even at
locations away from the projectors.
s Network - Mail - Mail Notification p.142
a
• Lamp timer failure
• Lamp out
• Internal temperature error
• Up to three notification destinations (addresses) can be registered,
and notification messages can be sent to all three destinations at
once.
• High-speed cooling in progress
• If a projector develops a critical problem and suddenly stops
working, it may not be able to send a message notifying an operator
of the problem.
• No-signal
No Signal is input to the projector. Check the connection status or check
that the power for the signal source is turned on.
• Controlling is possible if Standby Mode is set to Communication
On, even if the projector is in standby state (when the power is
off).
s ECO - Standby Mode p.144
• Lamp replacement notification
• Auto Iris Error
• Power Err. (Ballast)
• Obstacle Detection Error
See the following to deal with problems or warnings.
Reading Error Notification Mail
s "Reading the Indicators" p.150
When the Mail Notification function is set to On and a problem or warning
occurs in the projector, the following email will be sent.
Management Using SNMP
Sender: Email Address 1
Email title: EPSON Projector
Line 2: The IP address set for the projector where the problem has occurred
By setting SNMP to On in the Configuration menu, notification messages
are sent to the specified computer when a problem or warning occurs. This
will enable the operator to be notified of problems with projectors even at
locations away from the projectors.
Line 3 and on: Details of the problem
s Network - Others - SNMP p.143
Line 1: The name of the projector where the problem occurred
The details of the problem are listed line by line. The main message
contents are listed below.
• Internal error
• Fan related error
• Sensor error
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Item
• SNMP should be managed by a network administrator or someone
who is familiar with the network.
• To use the SNMP function to monitor the projector, you need to
install the SNMP manager program on your computer.
• The SNMP Agent for this projector complies with version 1
(SNMPv1).
• The managing function using SNMP cannot be used via wireless
LAN in Quick connection mode.
• Up to two destination IP addresses can be saved.
Computer2
ESC/VP21 Commands
You can control the projector from an external device using ESC/VP21.
Command List
When the power ON command is transmitted to the projector, the power
turns on and it enters warm-up mode. When the projector's power has
turned on, a colon ":" (3Ah) is returned.
When a command is input, the projector executes the command and
returns a ":", and then accepts the next command.
If the command being processed terminates abnormally, an error message is
output and a ":" is returned.
A/V Mute ON/OFF
Power ON/OFF
Signal selection
On
PWR ON
Off
PWR OFF
Computer1
Auto
SOURCE 1F
RGB
SOURCE 11
Component
SOURCE 14
SOURCE 2F
RGB
SOURCE 21
Component
SOURCE 24
SOURCE 30
HDMI2
SOURCE A0
Video
SOURCE 41
S-Video
SOURCE 42
USB Display
SOURCE 51
USB
SOURCE 52
LAN
SOURCE 53
On
MUTE ON
Off
MUTE OFF
Add a Carriage Return (CR) code (0Dh) to the end of each command and
transmit.
For more details, contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided
in the Epson Projector Contact List.
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Cable Layouts
Serial Connection
Command
Auto
HDMI1/MHL
The main contents are listed below.
Item
Command
• Connector shape: D-Sub 9-pin (male)
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• Projector input port name: RS-232C
<At the projector>
<At the computer>
About PJLink
PJLink Class1 was established by the JBMIA (Japan Business Machine and
Information System Industries Association) as a standard protocol for
controlling network-compatible projector's as part of their efforts to
standardize projector control protocols.
The projector complies with the PJLink Class1 standard established by the
JBMIA.
You need to make network settings before you can use PJLink. See the
following for more information on network settings.
s "Network Menu" p.136
<At the projector>
(PC serial cable)
<At the computer>
It complies with all commands except for the following commands defined
by PJLink Class1, and agreement was confirmed by the PJLink standard
adaptability verification.
URL:http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
• Non-compatible commands
Function
Signal Name
Function
GND
Signal wire ground
TD
Transmit data
RD
Receive data
Mute settings
PJLink Command
Image muting set
AVMT 11
Audio muting set
AVMT 21
• Input names defined by PJLink and corresponding projector sources
Source
Communications Protocol
•
•
•
•
•
Default baud rate setting: 9600 bps
Data length: 8 bit
Parity: None
Stop-bit: 1 bit
Flow control: None
PJLink Command
Computer1
INPT 11
Computer2
INPT 12
Video
INPT 21
S-Video
INPT 22
HDMI1/MHL
INPT 32
HDMI2
INPT 33
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Source
• Monitoring and control with application software
You can use Crestron RoomView Express or Crestron RoomView
Server Edition provided by Crestron to monitor devices in the system,
to communicate with the help desk, and to send emergency messages. See
the following Web site for details.
http://www.crestron.com/getroomview
PJLink Command
USB
INPT 41
LAN
INPT 52
USB Display
INPT 53
®
®
®
• Manufacturer name displayed for "Manufacture name information query"
This manual describes how to perform operations on your computer using
a Web browser.
EPSON
• Model name displayed for "Product name information query"
a
EPSON 595
EPSON 585
EPSON 580
EPSON 575
EPSON 570
®
Crestron RoomView is an integrated control system provided by
Crestron . It can be used to monitor and control multiple devices
connected on a network.
®
The projector supports the control protocol, and can therefore be used in a
system built with Crestron RoomView .
®
®
®
Visit the Crestron Web site for details on Crestron RoomView . (Only
English-language displays are supported.)
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®
The following provides an overview of Crestron RoomView .
• Remote operation using a Web browser
You can operate a projector from your computer just like using a remote
control.
• The following functions cannot be used while using Crestron
RoomView .
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.114
Message Broadcasting (EasyMP Monitor plug-in)
®
• Controlling is possible if Standby Mode is set to Communication
On, even if the projector is in standby state (when the power is
off).
s ECO - Standby Mode p.144
About Crestron RoomView
®
• You can only enter single-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols.
Operating a Projector from Your Computer
Displaying the Operation Window
Check the following before carrying out any operations.
• Make sure the computer and projector are connected to the network.
When communicating with a wireless LAN, connect in Advanced
connection mode.
s "Wireless LAN Menu" p.139
• Set Crestron RoomView to On from the Network menu.
s Network - Others - Crestron RoomView p.143
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b
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Start a Web browser on the computer.
Button
Enter the IP address of the projector in the address field of the
Web browser, and press the Enter key on the keyboard.
Function
Turns the video and audio on or off.
s "Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V
Mute)" p.102
A/V Mute
The operation window is displayed.
B Switch to the image from the selected input source. To display input sources that
are not shown on the screen, click (a) or (b) to scroll up or down. The current video
signal input source is displayed in blue.
You can change the source name if necessary.
Using the Operation Window
C You can perform the following operations when you click the buttons. To display
buttons that are not shown on the screen, click (c) or (d) to scroll left or right.
Button
Function
Freeze
Pauses or resumes image playback.
s "Freezing the Image (Freeze)" p.102
Contrast
You can adjust the difference between light and dark in
the images.
Brightness
You can adjust the image brightness.
Color
You can adjust the color saturation for the images.
Sharpness
You can adjust the image sharpness.
Zoom
Click the [z] button to enlarge the image without
changing the projection size. Click the [x] button to
reduce an image that was enlarged with the [z] button.
Click the [ ], [ ], [ ], or [ ] buttons to change the
position of an enlarged image.
s "Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)" p.103
A You can perform the following operations when you click the buttons.
Button
Function
Power
Turns the projector power on or off.
Vol-/Vol+
Adjusts the volume.
D The [
[
], [
], [
], and [
] buttons perform the same operations as the [
], [ ], and [ ] buttons on the remote control. You can perform the
following operations when you click the other buttons.
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Function
OK
Performs the same operation as the [Enter] button on
the remote control.
s "Remote Control" p.17
Menu
Displays and closes the Configuration menu.
Auto
If clicked while projecting analog RGB signals from
Computer1 port or Computer2 port, automatically
optimizes the image by adjusting the Tracking, Sync.,
and Position.
Search
Switches to the image from the input port where video
signals are being input.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the
Projected Image (Source Search)" p.46
Esc
Performs the same operation as the [Esc] button on the
remote control.
s "Remote Control" p.17
Function
Item
Contact IT Help
Displays the Help Desk window. Used to send messages
to, and receive messages from, the administrator using
Crestron RoomView Express.
Info
Displays information on the projector that is currently
connected.
Tools
®
B Projector
The following items can be set.
E You can perform the following operations when you click the tabs.
Tab
A Crestron Control
Make settings for Crestron central controllers.
Function
Projector Name
Enter a name to differentiate the projector that is
currently connected from other projectors on the
network. (The name can contain up to 15 single-byte
alphanumeric characters.)
Location
Enter an installation location name for the projector
that is currently connected on the network. (The name
can contain up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric
characters and symbols.)
Assigned To
Enter a user name for the projector. (The name can
contain up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters
and symbols.)
®
Changes settings in the projector that is currently
connected. See the next section.
Using the Tools Window
The following window is displayed when you click the Tools tab on the
operation window. You can use this window to change settings in the
projector that is currently connected.
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Function
Item
DHCP
Select the Enabled check box to use DHCP. You cannot
enter an IP address if DHCP is enabled.
IP Address
Enter the IP address to assign to the currently connected
projector.
Subnet Mask
Enter a subnet mask for the currently connected
projector.
Default Gateway
Enter the gateway address for the currently connected
projector.
Send
Click this button to confirm the changes made to the
Projector.
New Password
Enter the new password when changing the password to
open the operation window. (Up to 26 single-byte
alphanumerical characters)
Confirm
Enter the same password as you entered in New
Password. If the passwords are not the same, an error is
displayed.
Send
Click this button to confirm the changes made to the
User Password.
C Admin Password
Select the Enabled check box to require a password to open the Tools window.
The following items can be set.
Item
Function
New Password
Enter the new password when changing the password to
open the Tools window. (The name can contain up to 26
single-byte alphanumeric characters.)
Confirm
Enter the same password as you entered in New
Password. If the passwords are not the same, an error is
displayed.
Send
Click this button to confirm the changes made to the
Admin Password.
Function
D User Password
Select the Enabled check box to require a password to open the operation window
on the computer.
The following items can be set.
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This chapter explains how to use the Configuration menu and its functions.
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This section explains how to use the Configuration menu.
Although steps are explained using the remote control as an example, you
can perform the same operations from the control panel. Check the guide
under the menu for the available buttons and their operations.
a
b
c
Select a submenu item.
d
Change settings.
e
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
Display the Configuration menu screen.
Select a top menu item.
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Top Menu Name
Configuration Menu Table
Submenu Name
Video Signal
Auto, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL,
M-PAL, N-PAL, PAL60, and
SECAM
Aspect
Normal, Auto, 4:3, 16:9, Full,
Zoom, and Native
Overscan
Auto, Off, 4%, and 8%
Image Processing
Fine, Fast
Keystone
H/V-Keystone and Quick Corner
Zoom
0 (Wide) to 40 (Tele)
Settable items vary depending on the model being used and the image
signal and source being projected.
Top Menu Name
Image menu
s p.128
Signal menu
s p.129
Submenu Name
Color Mode
Items or Setting Values
Dynamic, Presentation, Theatre,
Photo, Sports, sRGB, Blackboard,
and Whiteboard
Items or Setting Values
Brightness
-24 to 24
Contrast
-24 to 24
Color Saturation
-32 to 32
Image Shift
-
Tint
-32 to 32
Control Panel Lock
Full Lock, Partial Lock, and Off
Sharpness
-5 to 5
Pointer Shape
Pointer 1, Pointer 2, Pointer 3
Color Temp.
5000K to 10000K, -3 to 6
Volume
0 to 20
Color Adjustment
Red: -16 to 16
Green: -16 to 16
Blue: -16 to 16
Mic Input Level
0 to 5
Remote Receiver
Front/Rear, Front, Rear and Off
User Button
Power Consumption, Info,
Progressive, Test Pattern,
Resolution, Mic Input Level,
Pattern Display, Auto
Calibration
Pattern
Pattern Display, Pattern Type,
User Pattern, and Test Pattern
Settings menu
s p.131
Auto Iris
Off, Normal, and High Speed
Auto Setup
On and Off
Resolution
Auto, Wide, and Normal
Tracking
-
Sync.
-
Position
Up, Down, Left, and Right
Progressive
Off, Video, and Film/Auto
Noise Reduction
Off, NR1, and NR2
HDMI Video Range
Auto, Normal, and Expanded
Input Signal
Auto, RGB, and Component
Extended menu
s p.132
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Auto Calibration, Manual
Calibration, Touch Unit Setup,
Pen Mode, Hovering, Advanced
Items in PC Interactive
Pen Operation Mode, Enable
Right Click, Advanced
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Submenu Name
Display
Submenu Name
Items or Setting Values
Video Signal
-
Refresh Rate
-
Sync Info
-
User's Logo
-
Status
-
Projection
Front, Front/Upside Down, Rear,
Rear/Upside Down
Serial Number
-
Version
-
Operation
Direct Power On, High Altitude
Mode, Startup Source Search,
Monitor Out Port
Event ID
-
Reset All
-
Reset Lamp Hours
-
USB Type B
Info menu
s p.145
Top Menu Name
Messages, Display Background,
Startup Screen, A/V Mute,
Toolbars, Pen Mode Icon,
Projector Control
A/V Settings
ECO menu
s p.144
Items or Setting Values
A/V Output, Audio Output,
HDMI1 Audio Output, HDMI2
Audio Output
Easy Interactive Function, USB
Display/Easy Interactive
Function, Wireless Mouse/USB
Display
Language
15 or 35 languages*
Power Consumption
Auto, Normal, ECO
Light Optimizer
On and Off
Sleep Mode
Reset menu
s p.146
*
The number of supported languages differs depending on the region where the
projector is used.
Network Menu
Top Menu Name
Basic menu
s p.138
Submenu Name
Items or Setting Values
Projector Name
-
PJLink Password
-
On and Off
Web Control Password
-
Sleep Mode Timer
1 to 30
Projector Keyword
On and Off
A/V Mute Timer
On and Off
Wireless LAN Power
On and Off
Standby Mode
Communication On and
Communication Off
Connection Mode
Quick and Advanced
Channel
1ch, 6ch, and 11ch
Wireless LAN menu
s p.139
ECO Display
On and Off
SSID Auto Setting
On and Off
Lamp Hours
-
SSID
-
Source
-
IP Settings
Input Signal
-
DHCP, IP Address, Subnet Mask,
and Gateway Address
Resolution
-
SSID Display
On and Off
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Security menu
s p.140
Wired LAN menu
s p.141
Mail menu
s p.142
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Submenu Name
Items or Setting Values
(Source Search)" p.46
IP Address Display
On and Off
Security
Off, WPA2-PSK, and
WPA/WPA2-PSK
Passphrase
-
IP Settings
DHCP, IP Address, Subnet Mask,
and Gateway Address
IP Address Display
On and Off
Mail Notification
On and Off
SMTP Server
-
Port Number
-
Address 1 Setting, Ad‐ dress 2 Setting, and Ad‐
dress 3 Setting
Others menu
s p.143
Sub-menu
SNMP
On and Off
Trap IP Address 1 and
Trap IP Address 2
-
Priority Gateway
Wired LAN and Wireless LAN
AMX Device Discovery On and Off
Crestron RoomView
On and Off
Bonjour
On and Off
Message Broadcasting
On and Off
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Color Mode
You can select the quality of the image to suit your surroundings.
s "Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color Mode)"
p.60
Brightness
You can adjust the image brightness.
Contrast
You can adjust the difference between light and dark in the
images.
Color Saturation
(Adjustment is only possible when component video or
composite video images are being input.)
You can adjust the color saturation for the images.
Tint
(Adjustment is possible when component video signals are being
input. Composite video and S-video input signals can only be
adjusted when they are NTSC video signals.)
You can adjust the image tint.
Sharpness
You can adjust the image sharpness.
Image Menu
Settable items vary depending on the image signal and source currently
being projected. Setting details are saved for each image signal.
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Function
You can adjust the overall tint of the image. The image is tinted
blue when a high value is selected and tinted red when a low value
is selected. Values that can be adjusted depend on the Color
Mode settings.
For sRGBg: From 5000K to 10000K in 10 steps
For other settings: From -3 to 6 in 10 steps
Color Adjust‐
ment
(This item cannot be selected if Color Mode is set to sRGBg.)
You can adjust the color strength for Red, Green, and Blue
individually.
Auto Iris
(This item can be set only if Color Mode is set to Dynamic or
Theatre.)
Set to Normal or High Speed to adjust the iris to obtain the
optimum light for images being projected. Select High Speed to
make faster iris corrections to match the speed of the scene.
The setting is stored for each Color Mode.
s "Setting Auto Iris" p.60
Reset
You can reset all adjustment values for the Image menu to their
default settings. See the following to return all menu items to
their default settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.146
Signal Menu
Settable items vary depending on the image signal and source currently
being projected. Setting details are saved for each image signal.
You cannot make settings on the Signal menu when the source is USB
Display, USB, or LAN.
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Sub-menu
Function
Auto Setup
(Only available when analog RGB computer signals are being
input.)
Set to On to automatically adjust Tracking, Sync., and Position to
the optimum state when the input signal changes.
Resolution
(Only available when analog RGB computer signals are being
input.)
Set to Auto to automatically identify the resolution of the input
signal. If images are not projected correctly when set to Auto, for
example if some of the image is missing, adjust to Wide for wide
screens, or set to Normal for 4:3 or 5:4 screens depending on the
connected computer.
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Function
Sub-menu
Tracking
(Only available when analog RGB computer signals are being
input.)
You can adjust computer images when vertical stripes appear in
the images.
Sync.
(Only available when analog RGB computer signals are being
input.)
You can adjust computer images when flickering, fuzziness, or
interference appear in the images.
Position
(This item cannot be set when the source is HDMI1 or HDMI2.)
You can adjust the display position up, down, left, and right when
a part of the image is missing so that all of the image is projected.
Progressive
Interlaceg (i) signal is converted to Progressiveg (p). (IP
conversion)
Off: Ideal for images with a large amount of movement.
Video: Ideal for general video images.
Film/Auto: This is ideal for movie films, computer graphics, and
animation.
Noise Reduction
(This item cannot be set when Image Processing is set to Fast.)
Smoothes out rough images converted using progressive. There
are two modes. Select your favorite setting. It is recommended
that this is set to Off when viewing image sources in which noise
is very low, such as for DVDs.
HDMI Video
Range
When the projector's HDMI1 or HDMI2 port is connected to a
DVD player, the projector's video range is set according to the
DVD player's video range setting. If you are worried about
floating black spots or washed out parts in the image, set to
Expanded.
Input Signal
You can select the input signal from the Computer1 port or the
Computer2 port.
If set to Auto, the input signal is set automatically according to
the connected equipment.
If colors do not appear correctly when set to Auto, select the
appropriate signal according to the connected equipment.
Function
Video Signal
You can select the input signal from the S-Video port or the
Video port. If set to Auto, video signals are recognized
automatically. If interference appears in the image or a problem
occurs such as no image is being projected when set to Auto,
select the appropriate signal according to the connected
equipment.
Aspect
You can set the aspect ratiog for projected images.
s "Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image" p.61
Overscan
(This setting can only be adjusted when a component video
signal is being input.)
Changes the output image ratio (the range of the projected
image). You can set the cropping range to Off, 4%, or 8%. You
can select Auto when the source is HDMI1 or HDMI2. If you set
to Auto, this setting is changed automatically depending on the
source.
Image Process‐
ing
(This item cannot be selected if Easy Interactive Function is set
to PC Interactive)
When Fine is selected, priority is given to image quality, and the
image is projected.
When Fast is selected, priority is given to processing speed, and
the image is projected. This improves the pen's tracking ability
when using the interactive features.
Reset
You can reset all adjustment values on the Signal menu to their
default settings, except for Input Signal and Image Processing.
See the following to return all menu items to their default
settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.146
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Sub-menu
Settings Menu
Pointer Shape
Function
You can select the shape of the pointer.
Pointer 1:
Pointer 2:
Pointer 3:
s "Pointer Function (Pointer)" p.103
Sub-menu
Keystone
Volume
You can adjust the volume. Setting values are saved for each
source.
Mic Input Level
Adjusts the volume from the microphone. When Mic Input
Level is turned down to 0, no microphone audio is output from
the speaker.
When the microphone input level is raised, the audio from the
connected device becomes quieter. When the microphone
input level is lowered, the audio from the connected device
becomes louder.
Remote Receiver
You can limit the reception of the operation signal from the
remote control.
When set to Off, you cannot perform any operations from the
remote control. If you want to make operations from the remote
control, hold down the [Menu] button on the remote control for
at least 15 seconds to reset the setting to its default value.
User Button
You can select the item in the Configuration menu to be
assigned to the [User] button on the remote control. By pressing
the [User] button the assigned menu item selection/adjustment
screen is displayed, allowing you to make one-touch settings/
adjustments. You can assign one of the following items to
the [User] button.
Power Consumption, Info, Progressive, Test Pattern,
Resolution, Mic Input Level, Pattern Display, Auto
Calibration (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)
Function
You can correct keystone distortion.
• When H/V-Keystone is selected:
Adjust V-Keystone and H-Keystone to correct horizontal
and vertical keystone distortion.
s "H/V-Keystone" p.52
• When Quick Corner is selected:
Select and correct the four corners of the projected
image.
s "Quick Corner" p.53
Zoom
Adjusts the projected image size.
Image Shift
You can adjust the position of the image without moving the
projector.
s "Adjusting the Position of the Image (Image Shift)" p.55
Control Panel
Lock
You can use this to restrict operation of the projector's control
panel.
s "Restricting Operation (Control Panel Lock)" p.112
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Pattern
Function
Sub-menu
Pattern Display: Display a pattern.
Pattern Type: You can select from Patterns 1 to 5 or User
Pattern. Patterns 1 to 4 display projection lines such as ruled
lines or a grid. Pattern 5 displays a test pattern for 4:3 screens.
When displaying a test pattern on a 4:3 screen using a widescreen projector to adjust the focus, select Pattern 5.
Pattern 1:
Reset
Function
You can reset all adjustment values in the Settings menu to their
default settings, except for Zoom, User Button, and Image
Shift.
See the following to return all menu items to their default
settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.146
Pattern 2:
Extended Menu
Pattern 3:
Pattern 4:
Pattern 5:
User Pattern: Captures a user pattern.
s "Saving User Pattern" p.108
Test Pattern: Displays a test pattern to adjust the projected
status without connecting a device. While the test pattern is
displayed, zoom, focus adjustments, and keystone correction
can be performed. To cancel the Test Pattern, press the [Esc]
button on the remote control or the control panel.
Attention
If a pattern is displayed for a long time, a residual
image may be visible in projected images.
Sub-menu
Easy Interactive
Function
(EB-595Wi/
EB-585Wi/
EB-575Wi only)
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Function
Allows you to use and set the interactive features.
s "Using the Interactive Features
(EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)" p.64
See the following table for more details.
s "Easy Interactive Function Setting Items" p.135
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Display
User's Logo*1
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Function
Sub-menu
You can make settings related to the projector's display.
Messages: When set to Off, the following items will not be
displayed.
Item names when the Source, Color Mode, or Aspect Ratio
is changed, messages when no signal is being input, and
warnings such as High Temp Warning.
Display Background*1: You can set the screen status for
when no image signal is available to Black, Blue, or
Logo.
Startup Screen*1: Set to On to display the User's Logo
when projection starts.
A/V Mute*1: You can set the screen displayed when the
remote control's [A/V Mute] button is pressed to Black,
Blue, or Logo.
Toolbars (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only): Set
whether or not the drawing toolbar tab is always displayed
when using the interactive features. The default is Hide for
Set Time.
Pen Mode Icon (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only): Set
whether or not to always display the icon to change the pen
mode when using the interactive features. The icon is
hidden when set to Off.
Projector Control (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only):
Set the display position for the projector control toolbar
when using the interactive features. The default value is
Bottom. The icon is hidden when set to Off.
Function
Projection
Select from one of the following projection methods
depending on how the projector is installed.
Front, Front/Upside Down, Rear, and Rear/Upside Down
You can change the Projection setting as follows by holding
down the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control for
about five seconds.
FrontWFront/Upside Down
RearWRear/Upside Down
s "Installation Methods" p.26
Operation
Direct Power On: Set to On to turn on the projector
simply by plugging it in.
When the power cord is plugged in, note that the projector
turns on automatically in cases such as a power outage
being restored.
High Altitude Mode: Set to On when using the projector
above an altitude of 1500 m or higher.
Startup Source Search: Set to Off to project images from
the same source as the last time the projector was used.
Monitor Out Port: Changes the input and output for the
Computer2/Monitor Out ports. When outputting images to
an external monitor, select Monitor Out. When inputting
image signals from a computer or component video signals
from other video sources, select Computer2.
s "Interface" p.13
You can change the user's logo that is displayed as a
background during Display Background, A/V Mute, and so
on.
s "Saving a User's Logo" p.106
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A/V Settings
Function
Sub-menu
Function
A/V Output: (Only available when Standby Mode is set to
Communication On.)
To perform the following functions when the projector is in
standby, set to Always On.
• Outputting audio and images to external devices.
• Outputting microphone audio from the projector's
speaker.
USB Type B
(EB-595Wi/
EB-585Wi/
EB-575Wi only)
Easy Interactive Function: Allows you to use the interactive
features to operate computers (computer interactive mode).
USB Display and Wireless Mouse functions are not
available.
USB Display/Easy Interactive Function: Allows you to use
the interactive features to operate computers (computer
interactive mode) and USB Display. The Wireless Mouse
function is not available.
Wireless Mouse/USB Display: Allows you to use the
Wireless Mouse function and USB Display. You cannot use
the interactive features to operate computers (computer
interactive mode).
s "Projecting with USB Display" p.48
s "Controlling Computer Features from a Projected Screen
(Computer Interactive Mode)" p.68
s "Using the Remote Control to Operate the Mouse
Pointer (Wireless Mouse)" p.104
Language
Allows you to set the language for messages and menus.
Reset
You can reset the adjustment values for Display*1,
Operation*2, and A/V Settings*3 from the Extended menu
to their default settings. See the following to return all menu
items to their default settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.146
a
Although the fan may rotate in standby
mode, this is not an abnormality.
Audio Output: Set the audio input port when projecting
images from the Computer1, Computer2, S-Video, Video,
and USB-A ports. When set to Audio1, Audio2, or Audio3,
audio is output from the selected port regardless of the
source (when set to Audio3, audio is output from the
Audio port).
HDMI1 Audio Output/HDMI2 Audio Output: Set the
input audio when projecting images from the HDMI1 or
HDMI2 port. When set to Audio1, Audio2, or Audio3,
audio is output from the selected audio input port (when
set to Audio3, audio is output from the Audio port).
*1 Except for Toolbars, Pen Mode Icon, and Projector Control. Except for
Display Background, Startup Screen, and User's Logo when User's Logo
Protection is set to On.
s "Managing Users (Password Protection)" p.110
*2 Except for High Altitude Mode, Startup Source Search, and Monitor Out
Port.
*3 Except for A/V Output.
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Easy Interactive Function Setting Items
Sub-menu
Advanced
General
Sub-menu
Function
Auto Calibration
Starts auto calibration.
Manual Calibra‐
tion
Starts manual calibration.
Touch Unit Setup
• Installation Pattern: Displays reference points to help you
determine the installation position for the Touch Unit.
• Power: Set to On to turn on the power for the Touch Unit.
• Angle Adjustment: Performs angle adjustment for laser
diffusion.
• Touch Calibration: Performs calibration for the touch
operations.
Pen Mode
(This can only be set when projecting images from a computer.)
Changes the function for the interactive pen. When set to PC
Free Annotation (default), you can draw on the projected
screen. When set to PC Interactive, you can operate a computer
from the projected screen. You can change the interactive pen
function with the [Pen Mode] button on the remote control, or
the pen mode icon on the projected screen.
Hovering
When set to On (default), the pointer follows the pen tip as you
hover it over the screen and move it around.
Function
• Distance of Projectors: When using multiple projectors in the
same room, adjust the interactive pen operations according to
the distance between the projectors. If interactive pen
operations are unstable, try another mode. The standard
distance set for Mode 1 is 2 m.
• Sync of Projectors: When using multiple projectors in the
same room, select the method for controlling the interactive
pen interference. When set to Infrared (default), only infrared
is used to synchronize. Set to Wired when connecting the
projectors using cables.
s "Connecting Multiple Projectors (EB-595Wi/
EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)" p.42
• Wired Sync Mode: When set to Mode 1 (default), only cable
connections are used to synchronize. When set to Mode 2, and
Sync of Projectors is set to Wired, infrared synchronization is
also performed at the same time. Set to Mode 2 when using in
the same room as projectors that do not support cable
connections.
• Pen Button Function: When set to Eraser (default), the tip
function changes between pen and eraser whenever you press
the button on the side of the interactive pen.
• Confirm Clear Screen: When set to On (default), a
confirmation screen is displayed before clearing all of the
content drawn on the projected screen.
• Color Palette: When set to Palette 2, it changes to a color
palette suitable for people who are color blind. Try Palette 2 if
you find it hard to see the default color palette.
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PC Interactive
Sub-menu
Set when you want to operate a computer from the projected screen.
Sub-menu
Pen Operation
Mode
Enable Right
Click
Advanced
Function
For EB-595Wi
Set the operation modes for the interactive pen or touch
operations depending on the operating system on the connected
computer.
Mode 1 (default): Allows you to perform mouse operations using
the interactive pen or your finger. Select when the connected
computer is running Windows XP or earlier. The multi-touch
and Ink features are available in Windows 8.1, Windows 8,
Windows 7, and Windows Vista. The pen input is unavailable.
Mode 2: Allows you to perform mouse operations using the
interactive pen or your finger. Select when the connected
computer is running Windows Vista or later. The multi-touch,
Ink features, and pen input are available in Windows 8.1,
Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista.
Mode 3: Allows you to perform mouse operations. Select when
the connected computer is running Linux.
For EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi
Set the operation mode and the number of users for the
interactive pen.
Two Users/Mouse (default)/One User/Mouse: Allows you to
perform mouse operations using the interactive pen.
One User/Pen: The pen input and Ink features are available in
Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista.
Function
• Pen Tip Button: Allows you to set operations for the pen tip of
the interactive pen. The default setting is Left Click.
• Auto Adjust Pen Area: When this is set to On (default), the
pen area is automatically adjusted as the resolution for the
connected computer changes. Set to Off if you do not want to
automatically adjust the pen area that has been manually
adjusted.
• Manual Adj. Pen Area: Adjusts the pen area manually.
Network Menu
When Network Protection is set to On in Password Protection, a message
is displayed and the network settings cannot be changed. Set Network
Protection to Off and then configure the network.
s "Setting Password Protection" p.110
(Only available when Pen Operation Mode is set to Mode 1/
Mode 3, or Two Users/Mouse or One User/Mouse.)
When this is set to On, a long press of the pen acts as a right click.
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Notes on Operating the Network Menu
Sub-menu
Function
Net. Info. - Wire‐
less LAN
Displays the following network setting status information.
• Connection Mode
• Wireless LAN Sys.
• Antenna Level
• Projector Name
• SSID
• DHCP
• IP Address
• Subnet Mask
• Gateway Address
• MAC Address
• Region Code*
Net. Info. Wired LAN
Network Config‐
uration
*
Displays the following network setting status information.
• Projector Name
• DHCP
• IP Address
• Subnet Mask
• Gateway Address
• MAC Address
The following menus are available for setting network items.
Basic, Wireless LAN, Security, Wired LAN, Mail, Others,
Reset, and Setup complete
Displays available region information for the Wireless LAN unit being used.
For more details, contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in
the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
a
• By using a Web browser of a computer connected to the projector
on a network, you can set functions and control the projector. This
function is called Web Control. You can easily enter text using a
keyboard to make settings for Web Control such as Security settings.
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.114
Selecting from the top menu and sub menus, and changing selected items is
the same as making operations from the Configuration menu.
When done, make sure you go to the Setup complete menu, and select one
of Yes, No, or Cancel. When you select Yes or No, you return to the
Configuration menu.
Yes: Saves the settings and exits the Network menu.
No: Does not save the settings and exits the Network menu.
Cancel: Continues displaying the Network menu.
Soft Keyboard Operations
The Network menu contains items that require input of alphanumerics
during setup. In this case, the following software keyboard is displayed. Use
the [
], [
], [ ], and[ ] buttons on the remote control or
the [w], [v], [Wide], and [Tele] buttons on the control panel to move the
cursor to the key you want, and then press the [Enter] button to enter the
alphanumerical character. Enter figures by holding down the [Num] button
on the remote control, and pressing the numeric buttons. After inputting,
press Finish on the keyboard to confirm your input. Press Cancel on the
keyboard to cancel your input.
• Contact your network administrator for details on network settings.
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Basic Menu
• Each time the CAPS key is selected and the [Enter] button is pressed, it
switches between upper case and lower case.
• Each time the SYM1/2 key is selected and the [Enter] button is pressed,
it sets and changes the symbol keys for the section enclosed by the
frame.
The following text can be entered.
Numbers
0123456789
Alphabet
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
Symbols
! # $ % & '() + - . / < = > ? @ ^ _ ` { | } ~
a
• Colons (:) cannot be entered on the Network menu.
• Except for the SSID, spaces cannot be entered on the Network
menu.
• Some symbols (" * , ; [ \ ] ^) cannot be entered using the software
keyboard. Use your Web browser to enter the text.
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)" p.114
Sub-menu
Function
Projector Name
Displays the projector name used to identify the projector when
connected to a network.
When editing, you can enter up to 16 single-byte alphanumeric
characters. The following symbols cannot be used: " * + , / ; < = > ?
[\]`|
PJLink Password
Set a password to use when you access the projector using
compatible PJLink software.
You can enter up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters
(symbols cannot be used).
Web Control
Password
Set a password to use when making settings and controlling the
projector using Web Control. You can enter up to eight singlebyte alphanumeric characters (* cannot be used). The default
password is "admin".
Web Control is a computer function that allows you to set up and
control the projector by using the Web browser on a computer
connected on a Network.
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.114
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Projector Key‐
word
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Function
Sub-menu
When set to On, you have to enter the keyword when you try to
connect the projector to a computer via a network. As a result,
you can prevent presentations from being interrupted by
connections from other computers.
Normally this should be set to On.
s EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide
s EasyMP Multi PC Projection Operation Guide
Connection
Mode
Set the connection mode to use when connecting the projector
and a computer via a wireless LAN.
If you select Quick (default), a small network is created
automatically by the projector and computer. Used in
combination with EasyMP Network Projection. When SSID
Auto Setting is set to On, the projector becomes an easy access
point. When set to Off, the network is created in Ad hoc
modeg.
If you select Advanced, the connection is established in
infrastructure modeg through the access point installed.
See the following manual for details on Connection Mode.
s EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide
s EasyMP Multi PC Projection Operation Guide
Channel
(This can only be set if Connection Mode is set to Quick.)
Select the frequency band used by the wireless LAN from 1ch,
6ch, or 11ch.
This is set to 11ch by default.
SSID Auto Set‐
ting
(This can only be set if Connection Mode is set to Quick.)
Set to On to speed up the projector search.
Set to Off when connecting to multiple projectors at the same
time.
This is set to On by default.
SSID
(This can be set only if SSID Auto Setting is set to Off.)
Enter an SSIDg. When an SSID is provided for the wireless LAN
system in which the projector participates, enter the SSID.
You can enter up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters. If
the SSID is left blank or set to ANY, an ANY connection (selects a
connection from local access points without specifying an SSID)
is established.
Wireless LAN Menu
Sub-menu
Wireless LAN
Power
Function
Function
Turn On when connecting the projector to the computer over
wireless LAN.
If you do not want to connect via wireless LAN, turn it Off to
prevent unauthorized access by others.
This is set to On by default.
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Security Menu
Function
(This can be set only if Connection Mode is set to Advanced.)
You can make network settings.
DHCP: Set to On to make network settings using DHCPg. If this
is set to On, you cannot set any more addresses.
IP Address: You can input the IP addressg assigned to the
projector. You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each field of
the address. However, the following IP addresses cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
Subnet Mask: You can input the subnet maskg for the projector.
You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each field of the address.
However, the following subnet masks cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 255.255.255.255
Gateway Address: You can input the IP address for the gateway
for the projector. You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each
field of the address. However, the following Gateway addressesg
cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
SSID Display
To prevent the SSIDg from being displayed on the LAN Standby
screen, set this to Off.
IP Address Dis‐
play
To prevent the IP addressg from being displayed on the LAN
Standby screen, set this to Off.
Sub-menu
Function
Security
Select the security type from the items that are displayed.
When setting security, follow the instructions from the
administrator of the network system you are about to access.
Passphrase
(This can only be selected when Security is set to WPA2-PSK or
WPA/WPA2-PSK.)
Enter the passphrase. You can enter at least 8 and up to 63 singlebyte alphanumeric characters.
When using with EasyMP Network Projection, you do not need
to enter the passphrase in the computer if it is the initial (default)
passphrase.
s "Reset Menu" p.144
You can enter up to 32 characters on the Configuration menu.
When entering more than 32 characters, use your Web browser
to enter the text.
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.114
When Connection Mode is set to Quick, the initial passphrase is
set.
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Type of security
Wired LAN Menu
When the optional wireless LAN unit is installed and being used in
Advanced connection mode, it is strongly recommended that you set
security.
WPA is an encryption standard that improves the security for wireless
networks. The projector supports TKIP and AES encryption methods.
WPA also includes user authentication functions. WPA authentication
provides two methods: using an authentication server, or authenticating
between a computer and an access point without using a server. This
projector supports the latter method, without a server.
a
For setting details, follow the instructions from your network
administrator.
Sub-menu
IP Settings
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Function
You can make settings related to the following addresses.
DHCPg: Set to On to configure the network using DHCP. If this
is set to On, you cannot set any more addresses.
IP Addressg: You can input the IP address assigned to the
projector. You can input a number from 0 to 255 in each field of
the address. However, the following IP addresses cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
Subnet Maskg: You can input the subnet mask for the projector.
You can input a number from 0 to 255 in each field of the address.
However, the following subnet masks cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 255.255.255.255
Gateway Addressg: You can input the IP address for the gateway
for the projector. You can input a number from 0 to 255 in each
field of the address. However, the following gateway addresses
cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
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Function
Sub-menu
To prevent the IP address from being displayed on Network Info
in the Network menu and on the LAN Standby screen, set this to
Off.
Mail Menu
Port Number
You can input the port number for the SMTP server. The default
value is 25. You can input numbers between 1 to 65535.
Address 1 Set‐
ting/Address 2
Setting/Address
3 Setting
You can input the email address of the destination to send the
notification email to. You can register up to three destinations.
You can enter up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters for
the email address. The following characters cannot be used: " ( ) , ;
<>[\]
The address for destination 1 is the mail notification sender's
address.
You can select the problems or warnings to be notified about by
email. When the selected problem or warning occurs in the
projector, an email is sent to the specified destination address
notifying that a problem or warning has occurred. You can select
multiple items from the displayed items.
When this is set, you receive an email notification if a problem or warning
occurs in the projector.
s "Using the Mail Notification Function to Report Problems" p.116
Sub-menu
Function
Mail Notification
Set to On to send an email to the preset addresses when a problem
or warning occurs with a projector.
SMTP Server
You can input the IP addressg for the SMTP server for the
projector.
You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each field of the address.
However, the following IP addresses cannot be used.
127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a number from
0 to 255)
Function
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Others Menu
Sub-menu
Function
Crestron Room‐
View
Set this to On only when monitoring or controlling the projector
over the network using Crestron RoomView . Otherwise, set
this to Off.
s "About Crestron RoomView " p.120
When this is set to On, the following functions are not available.
• Web Control
• Message Broadcasting (EasyMP Monitor Plug-in)
®
®
Sub-menu
Bonjour
Set this to On when connecting to the network using Bonjour.
See Apple's Web site for more information on the Bonjour
service.
http://www.apple.com/
Message Broad‐
casting
You can switch the EPSON Message Broadcasting function to
enable or disable.
Function
SNMP
Set to On to monitor the projector using SNMP.
To monitor the projector, you need to install the SNMP manager
program on your computer. SNMP should be managed by a
network administrator.
The default value is Off.
Trap IP Address
1/Trap IP Ad‐
dress 2
You can register up to two IP addresses for the SNMP trap
notification destination. You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in
each field of the address. However, the following IP addresses
cannot be used. 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x
is a number from 0 to 255)
Priority Gateway
You can set the priority gateway to a Wired LAN or Wireless
LAN.
AMX Device Dis‐
covery
When the projector is connected to a network, set this to On to
allow the projector to be detected by AMX Device Discoveryg.
Set this to Off if you are not connected to an environment
controlled by a controller from AMX or AMX Device
Discovery.
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Reset Menu
ECO Menu
Resets all of the network settings.
Sub-menu
Reset network
settings.
When you make ECO menu settings, the projector performs functions to
save power. When power saving settings have been enabled, a leaf icon is
displayed next to each submenu.
Function
To reset all of the Network settings, select Yes.
Sub-menu
Function
Power Consump‐
tion
You can set the lamp brightness to one of two settings. Select
ECO if the images being projected are too bright, such as when
projecting images in a dark room or onto a small screen. When
ECO is selected, power consumption during projection
decreases, and fan rotation noise is reduced.
When Auto is set, the surrounding brightness is detected by the
illumination sensor, and the lamp's brightness is automatically
adjusted.
When using at high altitude or in locations subject to high
temperatures, you may not be able to change settings.
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Function
Sub-menu
Light Optimizer
(This item can only be set when Power Consumption is set to
Normal or Auto.)
When set to On, the lamp brightness is adjusted according to the
image being projected. This helps to reduce the amount of
electricity being used by lowering the lamp's brightness
according to the scene being projected.
The setting is stored for each Color Mode.
Sleep Mode
When set to On, this automatically stops projection when no
image signal is being input and no operations are carried out for a
specified length of time. Also, if no image signal is input for a
specified length of time, the lamp dims until the power turns off.
When an image signal is input, the projector returns to normal
operating status.
Sleep Mode Tim‐
er
When Sleep Mode is set to On, you can set the time before the
projector automatically turns off within a range of 1 to 30
minutes.
A/V Mute Timer
When set to On, this turns off the power automatically 30
minutes after A/V mute is enabled. Also, if A/V mute is enabled
and a specified length of time has passed, the lamp dims until the
power turns off. When A/V mute is disabled, the projector
returns to normal operating status.
Standby Mode
If you set Communication On, you can perform the following
operations even if the projector is in standby mode.
• Monitor and control the projector from a computer over the
network
• Output audio and images to an external device (only when
A/V Output is set to Always On)
• Output microphone audio from the projector's speaker (only
when A/V Output is set to Always On)
ECO Display
When set to On, when the lamp brightness changes from normal
to low or low to normal, leaf icons are displayed at the bottomleft of the projected screen to indicate the power-saving status.
Reset
Function
You can reset all adjustment values on the ECO menu to their
default settings, except for Standby Mode. See the following to
return all menu items to their default settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.146
Info Menu (Display only)
Lets you check the status of the image signals being projected and the status
of the projector. Items that can be displayed vary depending on the source
currently being projected. Depending on the model used, some input
sources are not supported.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image
(Source Search)" p.46
Sub-menu
Lamp Hours
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You can display the cumulative lamp operating time*.
When the lamp replacement time is reached, the characters
are displayed in yellow.
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Function
Source
You can display the source name for the connected
equipment currently being projected.
Input Signal
You can display the content of Input Signal set in the
Signal menu according to the source.
Resolution
You can display the resolution.
Video Signal
You can display the settings for Video Signal in the Signal
menu.
Refresh Rate
You can display the refresh rateg.
Sync Info
You can display the image signal Information.
It may be needed if service is required.
Status
This information is about errors that have occurred with
the projector.
It may be needed if service is required.
Version
Displays the projector's firmware version information.
Serial Number
Displays the projector's serial number.
Event ID
Displays the application error log.
s "About Event ID" p.169
*
The cumulative use time is displayed as "0H" for the first 10 hours. 10 hours
and above is displayed as "10H", "11H", and so on.
Reset Menu
Sub-menu
Function
Reset All
You can reset all items in the Configuration menu to their default
settings.
The following items are not reset to their defaults: Input Signal,
Zoom, User's Logo, all items in the Network menu, Lamp
Hours, Language, Password, and Image Shift.
Reset Lamp
Hours
Clears the cumulative lamp hours use time. Reset this when you
replace the lamp.
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Performing Batch Setup for Multiple Projectors
Once the Configuration menu content has been set for one projector, you
can use it to perform batch setup for multiple projectors (batch setup
function).
Use one of the following methods.
• Setup using a USB memory.
• Setup by connecting the computer and projector with a USB cable.
• Setup using EasyMP Network Updater.
For more details, see the Installation Guide.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter describes how to identify problems and what to do if a problem is found.
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If a problem occurs with the projector, the Help screen is displayed to assist
you by pressing the Help button. You can solve problems by answering the
questions.
a
c
Confirm the selection.
Using Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
Press the [Help] button.
The Help screen is displayed.
Using Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
Questions and solutions are displayed as shown on the screen below.
Press the [Help] button to exit the Help.
b
Select a menu item.
a
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Using the Control Panel
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See the following if the Help function does not provide a
solution to the problem.
s "Problem Solving" p.150
Problem Solving
150
If you are having a problem with the projector, first check the projector's indicators and see "Reading the Indicators".
See the following if the indicators do not show clearly what the problem might be.
s "When the Indicators Provide No Help" p.154
Reading the Indicators
The projector is provided with the following four indicators. The color and lit status of the indicators shows the status of the projector.
A Power indicator
B Status indicator
C Lamp indicator
Indicates the projector's status.
Indicates the projector's status.
Indicates the projection lamp status.
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D Temp indicator
Indicates the internal temperature status.
Indicators
Power
Status
Explanation
Status
Blue - Lit
Off
Standby condition
Power is being supplied to the projector. When the [t] power button is pressed in this condition, projection
starts.
Network monitoring
status
The projector is being monitored and controlled over a network (when Standby Mode is set to
Communication On). If the power cord is disconnected and then reconnected in this status, the power
indicator flashes blue.
Blue - Flashing Warm-up status
Blue - Lit
Blue - Lit
Blue - Lit
This is the status immediately after turning on the projector. Warm-up takes approximately 30 seconds after
the lamp turns on. In this status you cannot turn off the projector, even if you press the [t] power button.
Cool down status
This is the status immediately after turning off the projector. In this status, all buttons are disabled.
Normal status
The projector is projecting.
See the following table for the status of indicators and how to resolve the problems.
If all indicators are off, check that the power cord is connected correctly and that the power is being supplied normally.
Sometimes, when the power cord is unplugged, the [t] power indicator remains lit for a short period, but this is not a fault.
Indicators
Power
Off
Off
Status
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Cause
Lamp
Orange Flashing
Off
Remedy or Status
Temp
Internal Error
Stop using the projector, remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and contact your local
dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Fan Error
Sensor Error
Stop using the projector, remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and contact your local
dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Off
Orange Flashing
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Indicators
Power
Off
Status
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Lamp
Off
Cause
Remedy or Status
High Temp Error
(Overheating)
The lamp turns off automatically and projection stops. Wait for approximately five minutes. After
approximately five minutes the projector switches to standby mode, so check the following two
points.
• Check that the air filter and air exhaust vent are not blocked, and that the projector is not positioned
against a wall.
Temp
Orange - Lit
• If the air filter is clogged, clean or replace it.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172, "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
If the error continues after checking the points above, stop using the projector, remove the power
plug from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the
Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
When using at an altitude of 1500 m or more, set High Altitude Mode to On.
s "Extended Menu" p.132
Off
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Orange - Lit
Off
Lamp Error
Lamp Failure
Check the following two points.
• Take out the lamp and check whether it is cracked.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
• Clean the air filter.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
If the lamp is not cracked: Reinstall the lamp and plug in the power cord.
If the error continues: Stop using the projector, remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and
contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
If the lamp is cracked: Contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson
Projector Contact List. (Images cannot be projected until the lamp is replaced.)
s Epson Projector Contact List
When using at an altitude of 1500 m or more, set High Altitude Mode to On.
s "Extended Menu" p.132
Auto Iris Error
Off
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Orange Flashing
Orange Flashing
Stop using the projector, remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and contact your local
dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
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Indicators
Power
Status
Lamp
Cause
Remedy or Status
Temp
Power Err.
Off
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Off
State de‐
pendent in‐
dication
State de‐
pendent in‐
dication
Blue - Flash‐
ing
Orange - Lit
State de‐
pendent in‐
dication
Orange Flashing
Orange - Lit
Orange - Lit
Orange Flashing
High Temp Warn‐
ing
(This is not an abnormality. However, if the temperature rises too high again, projection stops
automatically.)
• Check that the air filter and air exhaust vent are not blocked, and that the projector is not positioned
against a wall.
• If the air filter is clogged, clean or replace it.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172, "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
Replace Lamp
Replace it with a new lamp.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
If you continue to use the lamp after the replacement period has passed, the possibility that the lamp
may blow increases. Replace it with a new lamp as soon as possible.
Obstacle Detection
Error
A beep sounds, and the message "For safety purposes remove any obstacles blocking the lens." is
displayed. The projector will turn off automatically if no action is taken. Check the following two
points.
• Check that there are no obstacles interfering with the projection window. Remove any obstacles.
State de‐
pendent in‐
dication
Orange - Lit
• Clean the obstacle sensor if there is no obstacle.
s "Cleaning the Obstacle Sensor" p.171
If the error continues: Stop using the projector, remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and
contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
a
• See the following if the projector is not operating properly, even though the indicators are all showing normal.
s "When the Indicators Provide No Help" p.154
• If the indicators are in a state not shown in this table, stop using the projector, remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or
the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
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Problems with the Interactive Features
When the Indicators Provide No Help
• Cannot draw on the projected screen
s p.161
If any of the following problems occur and the indicators do not offer a
solution, refer to the pages given for each problem.
• Cannot operate a computer from the projected screen after
connecting to the computer
s p.162
Problems Relating to Images
• The message "An error occurred in the Easy Interactive Function." s p.162
is displayed
s p.155
• No images appear
Projection does not start, the projection area is completely black
or blue
• Computer's mouse does not work correctly
s p.163
• The interactive pen does not work
s p.163
• Moving images are not displayed (only the moving image portion s p.156
turns black)
Moving images played back from a computer appear black and
the images are not projected
• The response time for the interactive pen is slow (only when
projecting USB Display)
s p.164
• Cannot perform touch operations correctly (EB-595Wi only)
s p.164
• Projection stops automatically
s p.156
• Cannnot Adjust the Angle of Touch Unit (EB-595Wi only)
s p.165
• The message "Not supported" is displayed
s p.156
• The message "No Signal" is displayed
s p.157
• The dot moves automatically or does not move to the next position s p.165
during calibrating manually
• Images are fuzzy, out of focus, or distorted
s p.157
• Interference or distortion appear in images
s p.158
• The mouse cursor flickers (only when projecting USB Display)
s p.159
• The image is truncated (large) or small, or the aspect ratio is not
suitable
Only part of the image is displayed, or the height and width
ratios of the image are not correct
s p.159
s p.160
• Image colors are not right
The whole image appears purplish or greenish, images are black
& white, or colors appear dull
• Images appear dark
Other Problems
• No sound can be heard or the sound is faint
s p.165
• No sound can be heard from the microphone
s p.166
• There is noise in the audio (only when projecting USB Display)
s p.166
• The remote control does not work
s p.167
• I want to change the language for messages and menus
s p.167
• Mail is not received even if an error occurs with the projector
s p.167
• Cannot change settings using a web browser
s p.168
s p.160
Problems when Projection Starts
• The projector does not turn on
s p.161
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Problems Relating to Images
No Images Appear
Check
Remedy
Did you press the [t] power button?
Press the [t] power button to turn the power on.
Are all of the indicators off?
The power cord is not connected correctly or power is not being supplied.
Connect the projector's power cord correctly.
s "Getting Ready to Project" p.45
Check the breaker and so on to ensure power is being supplied.
Is A/V Mute active?
Press the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control to cancel A/V Mute.
s "Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V Mute)" p.102
Are the Configuration menu settings correct?
Reset all of the settings.
s Reset - Reset All p.146
Is the image to be projected completely black?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Some input images, such as screen savers, may be completely black.
Is the image signal format setting correct?
(Only when projecting images from a video source)
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment.
s Signal - Video Signal p.129
Is the USB cable connected correctly?
(Only when projecting USB Display)
Check that the USB cable is connected correctly. Reconnect it if it is not connected or not connected properly.
Is Windows Media Center displayed in full screen?
When Windows Media Center is displayed at full screen, you cannot project using USB Display or network connection.
(Only when projecting using USB Display or network connection) Reduce the screen size.
Is an application using the Windows DirectX function displayed? Applications using the Windows DirectX function may not display images correctly.
(Only when projecting using USB Display or network connection)
Is Monitor Out Port set to Monitor Out?
When projecting images from the Monitor Out/Computer2 port, set the Monitor Out Port to Computer2 from the
Configuration menu.
s Extended - Operation - Monitor Out Port p.132
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Moving Images Are Not Displayed (only the Moving Image Portion Turns Black)
Check
Remedy
Is the computer's image signal being output to the LCD and the
monitor?
(Only when projecting images from a laptop computer or a
computer with a built-in LCD screen)
Change the image signal from the computer to external output only. Check your computer's documentation, or contact
the computer's manufacturer.
Are the contents of the moving image you are trying to project
copyright protected?
The projector may not be able to project copyright protected moving images that are being played back on a computer.
For more details, see the user's guide supplied with the player.
Projection Stops Automatically
Check
Remedy
Are Sleep Mode or A/V Mute Timer set to On?
If any of these are set to On, the power turns off automatically in the following situations.
• When Sleep Mode is set to On: If no operations are performed for a specified length of time while no image signal is
being input.
• When A/V Mute Timer is set to On: If approximately 30 minutes has passed since the A/V mute was enabled.
To prevent the projector from switching off automatically, make sure each setting is set to Off.
s ECO - Sleep Mode, A/V Mute Timer p.144
Is the computer in power-saving mode?
If the computer is in power-saving mode and no operations are performed for a specified period of time, the image may
disappear. Perform an operation on the computer to display the image again.
The Message "Not supported" Is Displayed
Check
Remedy
Is the image signal format setting correct?
(Only when projecting images from a video source)
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment.
s Signal - Video Signal p.129
Do the image signal resolution and refresh rate correspond to the
mode?
(Only when projecting computer images)
See the documentation supplied with the computer for how to change the image signal resolution and refresh rate output
from the computer.
s "Supported Monitor Displays" p.188
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The Message "No Signal" Is Displayed
Check
Remedy
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected.
s "Getting Ready to Project" p.45
Is the correct port selected?
Change the image by pressing the [Source Search] button on the remote control or the control panel.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image (Source Search)" p.46
Is the power of the connected computer or video equipment turned Turn the power on for the equipment.
on?
Are the image signals being output to the projector?
(Only when projecting images from a laptop computer or a
computer with a built-in LCD screen)
If the image signals are only being output to the computer's LCD monitor or accessory monitor, change the output so
that the image signals are also output externally. For some computer models, when the image signals are output
externally, they no longer appear on the LCD monitor or accessory monitor.
If the connection is made while the power of the projector or computer is already turned on, the Fn key (Function key)
that changes the computer's image signal to external output may not work. Turn the projector and computer off and then
back on again.
s "Getting Ready to Project" p.45
s Computer's documentation
Is the computer in power-saving mode?
If the computer is in power-saving mode and no operations are performed for a specified period of time, the image may
disappear. Perform an operation on the computer to display the image again.
Images Are Fuzzy, Out of Focus, or Distorted
Check
Remedy
Is the focus adjusted correctly?
Move the focus lever to adjust the focus.
s "Correcting the Focus" p.57
Is the projector at the correct distance?
Is it projecting outside of the recommended projection distance range?
Setup within the recommended range.
s "Screen Size and Projection Distance" p.185
Is the Keystone adjustment value too large?
Lower the projection angle to reduce the amount of Keystone correction.
s "Adjusting the Vertical Position of the Image (Models Supplied with the Feet only)" p.56
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Check
Remedy
Is the Aspect Ratiog set correctly?
You can change the Aspect Ratio of the projected image to suit the type, the ratio of height and width, and the resolution
of the input signals.
s "Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image" p.61
Has condensation formed on the lens?
If the projector is suddenly taken from a cold environment to a warm environment, or if sudden ambient temperature
changes occur, condensation may form on the surface of the lens, and this may cause the images to appear fuzzy. Set the
projector up in the room about one hour before it is used. If condensation forms on the lens, turn the projector off and
wait for the condensation to disappear.
Interference or Distortion Appear in Images
Check
Remedy
Is the image signal format setting correct?
(Only when projecting images from a video source)
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment.
s Signal - Video Signal p.129
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected.
s "Connecting Equipment" p.29
Is an extension cable being used?
If an extension cable is used, electrical interference may affect the signals. Use the cables supplied with the projector to
check if the cables you are using may be causing the problem.
Is the correct resolution selected?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Set the computer so that the signals being output are compatible with the projector.
s "Supported Monitor Displays" p.188
s Computer's documentation
Are the Sync.g and Trackingg settings adjusted correctly?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Press the [Auto] button on the remote control or the [Enter] button on the control panel to perform automatic
adjustment. If the images are not adjusted correctly even after performing automatic adjustment, you can also make
adjustments from the Configuration menu.
s Signal - Tracking, Sync. p.129
Is Transfer layered window selected?
(Only when projecting USB Display)
Click All Programs - EPSON Projector - Epson USB Display - Epson USB Display Ver.x.xx Settings, and then clear
the Transfer layered window checkbox.
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The Mouse Cursor Flickers (only when Projecting USB Display)
Check
Remedy
Is Make the movement of the mouse pointer smooth. selected?
Click All Programs - EPSON Projector - Epson USB Display - Epson USB Display Ver.x.xx Settings, and then select
the Make the movement of the mouse pointer smooth. checkbox. (Windows 2000 is unavailable.)
Windows Aero becomes unavailable if this is selected in Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
The Image Is Truncated (Large) or Small, or the Aspect Is Not Suitable
Check
Remedy
Is a wide-panel computer image being projected?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment.
s Signal - Resolution p.129
Is the image still being enlarged by E-Zoom?
Press the [Esc] button on the remote control to cancel E-Zoom.
s "Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)" p.103
Is the display position adjusted correctly?
(Only when projecting analog RGB signals input from the Computer1 or Computer2 port)
Press the [Auto] button on the remote control or the [Enter] button on the control panel to adjust the position.
You can also adjust the position from the Configuration menu.
s Signal - Position p.129
Is the computer set for dual display?
(Only when projecting computer images)
If dual display is activated in the Display Properties of the computer's Control Panel, only about half of the image on the
computer screen is projected. To display the entire image on the computer screen, turn off the dual display setting.
s Computer video driver documentation
Is the correct resolution selected?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Set the computer so that the signals being output are compatible with the projector.
s "Supported Monitor Displays" p.188
s Computer's documentation
Did you adjust the image position after performing Adjust Zoom or Perform Image Shift to adjust the image position after performing Adjust Zoom or Keystone.
Keystone?
s "Adjusting the Position of the Image (Image Shift)" p.55
Is the projection mode correct?
Depending on how the projector is installed, set Projection from one of the following: Front, Front/Upside Down,
Rear, Rear/Upside Down.
s Extended - Projection p.132
s "Installation Methods" p.26
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Image Colors Are Not Right
Check
Remedy
Do the input signal settings match the signals from the connected
device?
Change the following settings according to the signal for the connected equipment.
• When the image is from a device connected to the Computer1 or Computer2 port.
s Signal - Input Signal p.129
• When the image is from a device connected to the Video or S-Video port.
s Signal - Video Signal p.129
Is the image Brightness adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Brightness setting from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Brightness p.128
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected.
s "Connecting Equipment" p.29
Is the contrastg adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Contrast setting from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Contrast p.128
Is color adjustment set to an appropriate value?
Adjust the Color Adjustment setting from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Color Adjustment p.128
Are the color saturation and tint adjusted correctly?
(Only when projecting images from a video source)
Adjust the Color Saturation and Tint settings from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Color Saturation, Tint p.128
Images Appear Dark
Check
Remedy
Is the image brightness set correctly?
Adjust the Brightness and Power Consumption settings from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Brightness p.128
s ECO - Power Consumption p.144
Is the contrastg adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Contrast setting from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Contrast p.128
Is it time to replace the lamp?
When the lamp is nearly ready for replacement, the images become darker and the color quality declines. Replace the
lamp with a new one.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
Are you using the projector at a high altitude or in a location subject The screen may become dark when using at high altitude or in a location subject to high temperatures. Although you
to high temperatures?
cannot make Power Consumption settings at this time, you can continue to use the projector.
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Problems when Projection Starts
The Projector Does Not Turn on
Check
Remedy
Did you press the [t] power button?
Press the [t] power button to turn the power on.
Are all of the indicators off?
The power cord is not connected correctly or power is not being supplied.
Disconnect and then reconnect the power cord.
s "Getting Ready to Project" p.45
Check the breaker and so on to ensure power is being supplied.
Do the indicators turn on and off when the power cord is touched? There is probably a poor contact in the power cord, or the power cord may be defective. Reinsert the power cord. If this
does not solve the problem, stop using the projector, disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet, and contact
your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Is the Control Panel Lock set to Full Lock?
Press the [t] power button on the remote control. If you do not want to use Control Panel Lock, change the setting to
Off.
s Settings - Control Panel Lock p.131
Is remote control operation restricted?
Check the Remote Receiver from the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Remote Receiver p.131
Problems with the Interactive Features (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)
Cannot Draw on the Projected Screen
Check
Remedy
Has pen calibration been performed correctly?
Make sure you perform pen calibration when using the interactive pen for the first time so that the projector recognizes
the position of the pen correctly.
Also, calibrate the system again if you notice any discrepancy in positioning.
s "Pen Calibration" p.74
Is Pen Mode set to PC Interactive?
Set Pen Mode to PC Free Annotation from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Pen Mode p.135
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Check
Remedy
Is the projector installed in direct sunlight from a window, or light When direct sunlight or light from a fluorescent light shines onto the projection screen or the projector, it could cause the
from a fluorescent light?
interactive features to malfunction. Install the projector in a position where it is not subject to direct sunlight or light
from a fluorescent light.
Cannot Operate a Computer from the Projected Screen after Connecting to the Computer
Check
Remedy
Is Extended set correctly?
Make the following settings:
• Set Pen Mode to PC Interactive from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Pen Mode p.135
• Set USB Type B to Easy Interactive Function or USB Display/Easy Interactive Function from the Configuration
menu. When using USB Display, set USB Display/Easy Interactive Function.
s Extended - USB Type B p.132
Is the Pen Operation Mode set correctly?
For EB-595Wi: When using interactive pens or your finger as you would use a mouse, set the Pen Operation Mode from
the Configuration menu according to the operating system of the connected computer.
For EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi: When using interactive pens as you would use a mouse, set the Pen Operation Mode to Two
Users/Mouse or One User/Mouse from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Pen Operation Mode p.135
Is the USB cable connected correctly?
Check the USB cable connections. You may be able to resolve the problem by disconnecting and then reconnecting the
USB cable.
Connect the computer to a power source.
If you are using a notebook computer when the battery power is
running low, the USB port may stop working and you might not be
able to use USB devices.
The Message "An error occurred in the Easy Interactive Function." Is Displayed
Check
An error has occurred in the interactive features.
Remedy
Contact the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
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Computer's Mouse Does Not Work Correctly
Check
Is the interactive pen placed on the projection screen?
Remedy
Remove the interactive pen from the projection screen.
The Interactive Pen Does Not Work
Check
Remedy
There is an obstacle in the signal route between the interactive pen Remove the obstacle. Also, do not block the signal route when standing in front of the projection screen.
and the projector.
The signal is interfering with other things such as a light source that Do not use an infrared remote control or infrared microphone in the same room because the interactive pen may
is emitting infrared rays.
malfunction. Switch off the interfering device such as a light source that is emitting infrared rays.
The battery is low.
Press the button on the side of the pen to check the remaining battery power. If the battery light does not turn on, replace
the battery.
s "Replacing the Battery for the Interactive Pen" p.21
The surrounding area is too bright.
Do not allow strong light to shine on the projected screen or the projector's Easy Interactive Function receiver.
Has pen calibration been performed correctly?
Make sure you perform pen calibration when using the interactive pen for the first time so that the projector recognizes
the position of the pen correctly.
Also, calibrate the system again if you notice any discrepancy in positioning.
s "Pen Calibration" p.74
Are multiple projectors being used in the same room?
When using the interactive pen in the same room as multiple projectors, interference may cause pen operations to
become unstable. Connect the optional remote control cable set (ELPKC28). If you do not have a remote control cable
set, change the Distance of Projectors setting from the Configuration menu.
s "Connecting Multiple Projectors (EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-575Wi only)" p.42
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Advanced Distance of Projectors p.135
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The Response Time for the Interactive Pen Is Slow (only when Projecting USB Display)
Check
Remedy
Is Windows Aero enabled? (Windows 7 and Windows Vista only)
Interactive pen operations may be slow when Windows Aero is enabled. Disable Windows Aero on the computer being
used.
Click All Programs - EPSON Projector - Epson USB Display - Epson USB Display Ver.x.xx Settings, and then select
the Disable Windows Aero and improve the tracking of the interactive pen. checkbox.
Cannot Perform Touch Operations Correctly (EB-595Wi only)
Check
Remedy
Is the Touch Unit installed correctly?
The Touch Unit may not be installed correctly. For more details, see the supplied Installation Guide.
s Installation Guide
Is the Touch Unit turned on?
Check that the indicator on the Touch Unit is lit blue. If the indicator on the Touch Unit is not on, check that Touch Unit
Setup - Power is set to On from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Touch Unit Setup - Power p.135
s Installation Guide
Has angle adjustment been performed for the Touch Unit?
Perform angle adjustment for the Touch Unit from the Configuration menu. For more details, see the supplied
Installation Guide.
s Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Touch Unit Setup - Angle Adjustment p.135
s Installation Guide
Has the system been calibrated for touch operations?
If the position you touch and the position touched on the screen do not match, perform Touch Calibration from the
Configuration menu.
s "Calibrating for Touch Operations with Your Finger" p.82
Are there any pen trays, interactive pens, or whiteboard erasers
within 2 cm around the projection screen?
Remove any obstacles from around the screen. If there are any obstacles that are difficult to move, attach the infrared
deflectors to the screen. For more details, see the supplied Installation Guide.
s Installation Guide
Are there any people or obstacles around the screen?
If there are any people within 10 cm in front of or around the projection screen or any obstacles causing interference, the
Touch Unit cannot recognize the touch commands correctly.
Is clothing, or any part of your body, close to or touching the screen? If clothing, or any part of your body comes close to the screen, the touch operations may not work correctly. Move at least
1 cm away from the screen.
Are there any remote controls or interactive pens emitting infrared Emitting infrared rays near the projection screen may cause the Touch Unit to malfunction. Turn off the light source that
rays near the projection screen?
is emitting infrared rays and store unused interactive pens away from the screen.
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Cannnot Adjust the Angle of Touch Unit (EB-595Wi only)
Check
Are there spacers attached to the back of Touch Unit?
Remedy
When securing the Touch Unit with screws, you must attach the supplied spacers to the screw holes. Check that spacers
are attached to the back of the Touch Unit. For more details, see the supplied Installation Guide.
s Installation Guide
The Dot Moves Automatically or Does Not Move to the Next Position during Calibrating Manually
Check
Remedy
Information from the projection screen is not correctly received due Move the device, such as a light source that is emitting infrared rays, away from the projector, or move the projector away
to other things, such as a light source that is emitting infrared rays. from the device.
Information from the projection screen may not be received
correctly if the projector is too close to the screen.
Setup within the recommended projection distance.
s "Screen Size and Projection Distance" p.185
The interactive pen is disabled due to unstable conditions in the
surrounding area, such as a light source that is emitting infrared
rays.
Move the projector or turn off the interfering device, such as a light source that is emitting infrared rays.
Other Problems
No Sound Can Be Heard or the Sound Is Faint
Check
Remedy
Check that the audio/video cable is securely attached to both the
projector and audio source.
Disconnect the cable from the audio input port, and then reconnect the cable.
Is the projector volume set to the minimum?
Adjust the volume so that sound can be heard.
s Settings - Volume p.131
s "Adjusting the Volume" p.59
Is the volume for the computer or from the image source set to the Adjust the volume so that sound can be heard.
minimum?
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Check
Remedy
Is the Mic Input Level set at the maximum?
Lower the Mic Input Level.
s Settings - Mic Input Level p.131
Is A/V Mute active?
Press the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control to cancel A/V Mute.
s "Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V Mute)" p.102
Is the audio cable's specification "No resistance"?
When using a commercially available audio cable, make sure it is labeled "No resistance".
Is it connected with an HDMI cable?
If no audio is output when connecting via an HDMI cable, set the connected equipment to PCM output.
Is Output audio from the projector selected?
(Only when projecting USB Display)
Click All Programs - EPSON Projector - Epson USB Display - Epson USB Display Ver.x.xx Settings, and then select
the Output audio from the projector checkbox.
Is the correct audio input selected?
Check the Audio Output, HDMI1 Audio Output, and HDMI2 Audio Output settings from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - A/V Settings p.132
No Sound Can Be Heard from the Microphone
Check
Remedy
Is the microphone connected correctly?
Disconnect the cable from the Microphone (Mic) port, and then reconnect the cable.
s "Connecting a Microphone" p.37
Is the microphone input volume turned down too low?
Adjust the microphone input volume so that sound can be heard.
s Settings - Mic Input Level p.131
Are you using a plug-in power type microphone?
The projector does not support plug-in power type microphones. Use a commercially available dynamic microphone.
s Settings - Mic Input Level p.131
There Is Noise in the Audio (only when Projecting USB Display)
Check
Remedy
Is the volume for the computer set to minimum while the projector's The audio may contain noise if the volume for the computer is set to minimum while the projector's volume is set to
volume is set to maximum?
maximum. Increase the volume for the computer, and decrease the volume for the projector.
s Settings - Volume p.131
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The Remote Control Does Not Work
Check
Remedy
Is the remote control light-emitting area pointing towards the
remote receiver on the projector during operation?
Point the remote control towards the remote receiver during operation.
s "Remote Control Operating Range" p.20
Is the remote control too far from the projector?
The operating range for the remote control is about 6 m.
s "Remote Control Operating Range" p.20
Is direct sunlight or strong light from fluorescent lights shining onto Set the projector up in a location where strong light does not shine onto the remote receiver.
the remote receiver?
s Settings - Remote Receiver p.131
Is the correct setting for the Remote Receiver selected?
Check the Remote Receiver from the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Remote Receiver p.131
Are the batteries dead or have the batteries been inserted in the
wrong direction?
Insert new batteries in the correct direction.
s "Replacing the Remote Control Batteries" p.19
I Want to Change the Language for Messages and Menus
Check
Change the language setting.
Remedy
Adjust the Language setting from the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Language p.132
Mail Is Not Received even if an Error Occurs with the Projector
Check
Remedy
Is Standby Mode set to Communication On?
To use the Mail Notification function when the projector is in standby, set Communication On in Standby Mode from
the Configuration menu.
s ECO - Standby Mode p.144
Did a fatal abnormality occur and the projector come to a sudden
stop?
When the projector comes to a sudden stop, email cannot be sent.
If the abnormal state continues, contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact
List.
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Is power being supplied to the projector?
Check that your electrical outlet or power source is functioning correctly.
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Check
Remedy
Is the Mail Notification function set correctly in the Configuration An error notification email is sent according to the Mail settings in the Configuration menu. Check if it is set correctly.
menu?
s "Mail Menu" p.142
Cannot Change Settings Using a Web Browser
Check
Are the user ID and password correct?
Remedy
Enter "EPSONWEB" as the user ID. This cannot be changed. Enter the user ID even if the password setting is
disabled.
Enter the password you set in Web Control Password. The default password is "admin".
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Check the numbers and then apply the following countermeasures. If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your network administrator, or contact your local
dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
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Event ID
Cause
Remedy
0432
0435
Failed to start EasyMP Network Projection.
Restart the projector.
0434
0482
0484
0485
Network communication is unstable.
Check the network communication status, and reconnect after waiting for a
while.
0433
Cannot play transferred images.
Restart EasyMP Network Projection.
0481
Communication was disconnected from the computer.
0483
04FE
EasyMP Network Projection ended unexpectedly.
Check the network communication status, and then restart the projector.
0479
04FF
A system error occurred in the projector.
Restart the projector.
0891
Cannot find an access point with the same SSID.
Set the computer, the access point, and the projector to the same SSID.
0892
The WPA/WPA2 authentication type does not match.
0893
The WEP/TKIP/AES encryption type does not match.
Check that the wireless LAN security settings are correct.
s Security p.140
0894
Communication was disconnected because the projector connected to an
unauthorized access point.
Contact your network administrator for more information.
0898
Failed to acquire DHCP.
Check that the DHCP server is operating correctly. If you are not using DHCP,
turn off the DHCP setting.
s Wireless LAN - IP Settings p.139
0899
Other communication errors
If restarting the projector or EasyMP Network Projection does not solve the
problem, contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson
Projector Contact List.
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Maintenance
This chapter provides information on maintenance procedures to ensure the best level of performance from the projector for a long time to come.
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You should clean the projector if it becomes dirty or if the quality of
projected images starts to deteriorate.
Caution
Before cleaning, turn off the projector's power and unplug the power cable.
Otherwise, it could cause an electric shock.
Cleaning the Projector's Surface
Clean the projector's surface by wiping it gently with a soft cloth.
Attention
Do not rub the lens with harsh materials or subject the lens to shocks, as it
can easily become damaged.
Cleaning the Obstacle Sensor
Clean the obstacle sensor when the message "For safety purposes remove
any obstacles blocking the lens." is displayed along with a warning sound.
Use a commercially available cloth for cleaning glasses to gently wipe the
obstacle sensor.
If the projector is particularly dirty, moisten the cloth with water containing
a small amount of neutral detergent, and then firmly wring the cloth dry
before using it to wipe the projector's surface.
Attention
Do not use volatile substances such as wax, alcohol, or thinner to clean the
projector's surface. The quality of the case may change or become discolored.
Cleaning the Projection Window
Use a commercially available cloth for cleaning glasses to gently wipe the
projection window.
Warning
Do not use sprays that contain flammable gas to remove dirt and dust from the
obstacle sensor. The projector may catch fire because of the high temperature
of the lamp inside the projector.
Warning
Do not use sprays that contain flammable gas to remove dirt and dust from the
lens. The projector may catch fire because of the high temperature of the lamp
inside the projector.
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Attention
Do not rub the obstacle sensor with harsh materials or subject the sensor to
shocks.
b
Damage on the surface of the sensor may cause malfunctions.
Cleaning the Air Filter
Clean the air filter and the air intake vent when the following message is
displayed.
"The projector is overheating. Make sure nothing is blocking the air vent,
and clean or replace the air filter."
Attention
• Dust collecting on the air filter may cause the internal temperature of the
projector to rise, leading to a malfunction or early deterioration of optical
parts. Clean the air filter immediately when the message is displayed.
• Do not rinse the air filter in water. Do not use detergents or solvents.
• When using a brush for cleaning, use one with long soft bristles, and brush it
lightly. If it is brushed too strongly, dust will be ground into the air filter and
cannot be removed.
a
After you turn off the projector's power and the confirmation
buzzer beeps twice, disconnect the power cord.
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Press the tabs on the air filter cover and open the cover.
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c
Remove the air filter.
d
Remove any dust remaining on the air filter by using a vacuum
cleaner from the front.
Grip the tab in the center of the air filter, and pull the air filter
straight out.
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Replace the air filter.
Cleaning
f
Close the air filter cover.
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a
• If a message is frequently displayed, even after cleaning, it is time to
replace the air filter. Replace it with a new air filter.
s "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
• It is recommended that you clean these parts at least once every
three months. Clean them more often than this if using the projector
in a particularly dusty environment.
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• The power indicator is flashing blue, and the lamp indicator is flashing
orange.
This section explains how to replace the lamp and the air filter.
Replacing the Lamp
Lamp Replacement Period
It is time to replace the lamp when:
• The following message is displayed.
"It is time to replace your lamp. Please contact your Epson projector
reseller or visit www.epson.com to purchase."
• The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate.
The message is displayed for 30 seconds.
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How to Replace the Lamp
Attention
• The lamp replacement message is set to appear after the following time
periods in order to maintain the initial brightness and quality of the projected
images.
For EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-585W/EB-580:
When Power Consumption is set to Normal: About 3900 hours
When Power Consumption is set to ECO: About 5900 hours
For EB-575Wi/EB-575W/EB-570:
When Power Consumption is set to Normal: About 4900 hours
When Power Consumption is set to ECO: About 9900 hours
s ECO - Power Consumption p.144
• If you continue to use the lamp after the replacement period has passed, the
possibility that the lamp may blow increases. When the lamp replacement
message is displayed, replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible,
even if it is still working.
• Do not repeatedly turn off the power and immediately back on. Turning the
power on and off frequently may shorten the lamp's operating life.
• Depending on the individual characteristics of the lamp and the way it has
been used, the lamp may become darker or stop working before the message
is displayed. You should always have a spare lamp unit ready in case it is
needed.
• We recommend the use of genuine Epson option lamps. The use of nongenuine lamps may affect projection quality and safety. Any damage or
malfunction caused by the use of non-genuine lamps may not be covered by
Epson's warranty.
a
The lamp can be replaced even when the projector is suspended from a wall
or ceiling.
Warning
• When replacing the lamp because it has stopped working, there is a
possibility that the lamp may be cracked. When replacing the lamp of a
projector that has been installed on a wall or ceiling, assume that the lamp is
cracked and stand to the side of the lamp cover, not underneath it. Also,
remove the lamp cover gently. Be careful when removing the lamp cover as
shards of glass may fall out and could cause an injury. If any shards of glass
get into your eyes or mouth, contact your local physician immediately.
• Never disassemble or modify a lamp. If a modified or disassembled lamp is
installed in the projector and used, it could cause a fire, electric shock, or an
accident.
Caution
Wait until the lamp has cooled down sufficiently before removing the lamp
cover. If the lamp is still hot, burns or other injuries may result. It takes
approximately one hour after the power has been turned off for the lamp to
sufficiently cool down.
a
We recommend that you clean the air filter whenever you replace the
lamp.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
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After you turn off the projector's power and the confirmation
buzzer beeps twice, disconnect the power cord.
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b
177
Wait until the lamp has sufficiently cooled down, and then remove
the lamp cover at the top of the projector.
a
Loosen the lamp cover fixing screw with the screwdriver supplied
with the new lamp unit or a cross-head screwdriver. Slide the lamp
cover straight forward and remove it.
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When the projector is mounted on a wall or suspended from a
ceiling and you need to replace the lamp, remove the lamp
cover carefully and support it with your hand to prevent it from
falling.
Loosen the two lamp fixing screws.
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d
178
Remove the old lamp by pulling the handle.
If the lamp is cracked, replace it with a new lamp, or contact your
local dealer for further advice.
e
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Install the new lamp.
Insert the new lamp along the guide rail in the correct direction so
that it fits in place, push in firmly, and then press the handle down.
Tighten the two lamp fixing screws.
②
①
①
②
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Attach the lamp cover.
a
Only reset the lamp hours after the lamp has been replaced. Otherwise,
the lamp replacement period will not be indicated correctly.
Replacing the Air Filter
Air Filter Replacement Period
If the message is displayed frequently even though the air filter has been
cleaned, replace the air filter.
How to Replace the Air Filter
The air filter can be replaced even when the projector is suspended from a
wall or ceiling.
Attention
• Make sure you install the lamp securely. If the lamp cover is removed, the
power turns off automatically as a safety precaution. If the lamp or the lamp
cover is not installed correctly, the power does not turn on.
• This product includes a lamp component that contains mercury (Hg). Please
consult your local regulations regarding disposal or recycling. Do not dispose
of it with normal waste.
a
Resetting the Lamp Hours
The projector records how long the lamp is on and a message and indicator
notify you when it is time to replace the lamp. After replacing the lamp,
make sure you reset the lamp hours from the Configuration menu.
s "Reset Menu" p.146
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After you turn off the projector's power and the confirmation
buzzer beeps twice, disconnect the power cord.
Replacing Consumables
b
Open the air filter cover.
Press the tabs on the air filter cover and open the cover.
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Remove the air filter.
Grip the tab in the center of the air filter, and pull the air filter
straight out.
Replacing Consumables
d
Install the new air filter.
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Close the air filter cover.
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a
182
Dispose of used air filters properly in accordance with your local
regulations.
Material of the frame part: Polypropylene
Material of the filter part: Polypropylene
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The following optional accessories and consumables are available. Please
purchase these products as and when needed. The following list of optional
accessories and consumables is current as of: January 2014. Details of
accessories are subject to change without notice.
Easy Interactive Pen ELPPN04A/ELPPN04B
Pens for the interactive features. You cannot use interactive pens with the same
model number at the same time.
Interactive Pen Extension ELPPE01
Attach to the interactive pen to extend the pen and use it as a pointer.
Replacement Pen Tips ELPPS02
Optional Accessories
Replacement pen tips for the interactive pen.
Document Camera ELPDC06/ELPDC11/ELPDC12/ELPDC20
USB extension cable ELPKC31
Use when projecting images such as books, OHP documents, or slides.
Connect to a USB cable if the cable is too short.
Computer cable ELPKC02
(1.8 m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
Computer cable ELPKC09
(3 m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
Computer cable ELPKC10
(20 m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
Interface box ELPCB02
When the projector is mounted on a wall or suspended from a ceiling, install the
remote control to operate the projector at hand.
Remote control cable set ELPKC28
Cables to connect multiple projectors that support the interactive features.
Special expertise is required to suspend the projector. Contact your local dealer
or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
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Component video cable ELPKC19
(3 m - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/RCA male^3)
Use to connect a Component Videog source.
Wireless LAN unit ELPAP07
Use when connecting the projector to a computer wirelessly and projecting.
Consumables
Quick Wireless Connection USB Key ELPAP09
Lamp unit
Use when you want to establish one-to-one connection between the projector
and a computer with Windows installed.
Interactive Table Mount ELPMB29
• ELPLP80 (for EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-585W/EB-580)
• ELPLP79 (for EB-575Wi/EB-575W/EB-570)
Use as a replacement for a used lamp.
Use when installing the projector on a table.
Air Filter ELPAF40
Ceiling mount * ELPMB23
Use as a replacement for a used air filter.
Use when installing the projector on a ceiling.
Attachment plate ELPPT06
Use when attaching the ceiling mount to the projector.
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C The distance between the projector and the bottom of the screen (when
mounting on a wall or ceiling, or installing vertically)
The distance between the projector and the top of the screen (when placing
on a surface such as a desk)
Projection Distance (for EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/
EB-585W/EB-575Wi/EB-575W)
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
C
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Minimum
(Wide)
Minimum
(Wide)
60"
129x81
34.8 - 47.9
9
89.8
70"
151x94
41 - 56.2
11.7
105.9
80"
172x108
47.2 - 60
14.4
122
90"
194x121
53.4 - 60
17
138.2
100"
215x135
59.6 - 60
19.7
154.3
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A Projection distance
B The distance between the projector and the top of the screen (when
mounting on a wall or ceiling, or installing vertically)
The distance between the projector and the bottom of the screen (when
placing on a surface such as a desk)
A
B
C
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Minimum
(Wide)
Minimum
(Wide)
53"
108x81
34.8 - 47.9
9
89.8
60"
122x91
39.7 - 54.5
11.1
102.6
70"
142x107
46.8 - 60
14.1
120.8
80"
163x122
53.8 - 60
17.2
139.1
88"
179x134
59.4 - 60
19.6
153.7
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
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131x74
A
B
C
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Minimum
(Wide)
Minimum
(Wide)
35.2 - 48.4
13.3
86.7
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A
B
C
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Minimum
(Wide)
Minimum
(Wide)
60"
133x75
35.9 - 49.2
13.6
88.3
70"
155x87
42.2 - 57.9
17
104.2
80"
177x100
48.6 - 60
20.5
120.1
90"
199x112
55 - 60
23.9
136
97"
215x121
59.5 - 60
26.3
147.1
A Projection distance
B The distance between the projector and the top of the screen (when
mounting on a wall or ceiling, or installing vertically)
The distance between the projector and the bottom of the screen (when
placing on a surface such as a desk)
Projection Distance (for EB-580/EB-570)
C The distance between the projector and the bottom of the screen (when
mounting on a wall or ceiling, or installing vertically)
The distance between the projector and the top of the screen (when placing
on a surface such as a desk)
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
C
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Minimum
(Wide)
Minimum
(Wide)
56"
114x85
34.8 - 47.9
6.8
92.1
60"
122x91
37.5 - 51.5
7.7
99.2
70"
142x107
44.2 - 60
10.2
116.9
80"
163x122
50.8 - 60
12.7
134.6
90"
183x137
57.5 - 60
15.1
152.3
93"
189x142
59.5 - 60
15.9
157.6
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Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
C
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Minimum
(Wide)
Minimum
(Wide)
52"
115x65
35.3 - 48.5
17.7
82.5
60"
133x75
41.1 - 56.3
21.5
96.2
70"
155x87
48.3 - 60
26.3
113.4
80"
177x100
55.6 - 60
31
130.6
85"
188x106
59.2 - 60
33.4
139.2
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Supported Resolutions
Computer Signals (Analog RGB)
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
VGA
60/72/75/85
640x480
SVGA
56/60/72/75/85
800x600
XGA
60/70/75/85
1024x768
WXGA
60
1280x768
60
1366x768
60/75/85
1280x800
WXGA+
60/75/85
1440x900
WXGA++
60
1600x900
SXGA
70/75/85
1152x864
60/75/85
1280x1024
60/75/85
1280x960
60/75
1400x1050
60
1680x1050
UXGA
60
1600x1200
MAC13”
67
640x480
MAC16”
75
832x624
MAC19”
75
1024x768
59
1024x768
SXGA+
WSXGA+*1,
2
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
MAC21”
75
1152x870
*1 EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-585W/EB-575Wi/EB-575W only
*2 Only compatible when Wide is selected as the Resolution from the
Configuration menu.
Images may also be projected when signals other than the above are input.
However, some functions may be limited.
Component Video
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
SDTV (480i)
60
720x480
SDTV (576i)
50
720x576
SDTV (480p)
60
720x480
SDTV (576p)
50
720x576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280x720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920x1080
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
TV (NTSC)
60
720x480
TV (SECAM)
50
720x576
TV (PAL)
50/60
720x576
Composite Video
HDMI Input Signal
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
VGA
60
640x480
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Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
SVGA
60
800x600
XGA
60
1024x768
WXGA
60
1280x800
60
1366x768
WXGA+
60
1440x900
WXGA++
60
1600x900
WSXGA+*
60
1680x1050
60
1280x960
60
1280x1024
SXGA+
60
1400x1050
UXGA
60
1600x1200
SDTV (480i/480p)
60
720x480
SDTV (576i/576p)
50
720x576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280x720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920x1080
HDTV (1080p)
24/30/50/60
1920x1080
SXGA
* EB-595Wi/EB-585Wi/EB-585W/EB-575Wi/EB-575W only
MHL Input Signal
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
VGA
60
640x480
SDTV (480i/480p)
60
720x480
SDTV (576i/576p)
50
720x576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280x720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920x1080
HDTV (1080p)
24/30
1920x1080
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Projector General Specifications
Product name
EB-595Wi
EB-585Wi
367 (W) x 155 (H) x 375 (D) mm (not including raised section)
Dimensions
0.59" Wide
LCD panel size
Polysilicon TFT active matrix
Display method
1,024,000
WXGA (1280 (W) x 800 (H) dots)x 3
Resolution
Focus adjustment
Manual
Zoom adjustment
Digital (1-1.35)
UHE lamp, 245 W Model No.: ELPLP80
Lamp
16 W
Max. audio output
1
Speaker
100-240V AC±10% 50/60Hz 3.8-1.7A
Power supply
Power con‐
sumption
100 to 120 V area
Operating: 376 W
Standby power consumption (Communication On): 4.3 W
Standby power consumption (Communication Off): 0.33 W
220 to 240 V area
Operating: 358 W
Standby power consumption (Communication On): 4.3 W
Standby power consumption (Communication Off): 0.44 W
Altitude 0 to 3,000 m
Operating altitude
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Mass
EB-585W
+5 to +35°C (No condensation) (Altitude 0 to 2,286 m)
+5 to +30°C (No condensation) (Altitude 2,287 to 3,000 m)
-10 to +60°C (No condensation)
Approx. 5.5 kg
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Product name
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EB-575Wi
EB-575W
EB-580
367 (W) x 155 (H) x 375 (D) mm (not including raised section)
Dimensions
0.59" Wide
LCD panel size
0.55"
Polysilicon TFT active matrix
Display method
1,024,000
WXGA (1280 (W)x 800 (H) dots)x 3
Resolution
786,432
XGA (1024 (W) x 768 (H) dots)x 3
Focus adjustment
Manual
Zoom adjustment
Digital (1-1.35)
UHE lamp, 215 W Model No.: ELPLP79
Lamp
UHE lamp, 245 W Model No.:
ELPLP80
1
Speaker
100-240V AC±10% 50/60Hz 3.4-1.5A
100-240V AC±10% 50/60Hz
3.8-1.7A
100-240V AC±10% 50/60Hz
3.4-1.5A
100 to 120 V area
Operating: 333 W
Standby power consumption (Communication On): 4.3 W
Standby power consumption (Communication Off): 0.33 W
Operating: 376 W
Standby power consumption
(Communication On): 4.3 W
Standby power consumption
(Communication Off): 0.33 W
Operating: 333 W
Standby power consumption
(Communication On): 4.3 W
Standby power consumption
(Communication Off): 0.33 W
220 to 240 V area
Operating: 318 W
Standby power consumption (Communication On): 4.3 W
Standby power consumption (Communication Off): 0.44 W
Operating: 358 W
Standby power consumption
(Communication On): 4.3 W
Standby power consumption
(Communication Off): 0.44 W
Operating: 318 W
Standby power consumption
(Communication On): 4.3 W
Standby power consumption
(Communication Off): 0.44 W
Power supply
Altitude 0 to 3,000 m
Operating altitude
+5 to +35°C (No condensation) (Altitude 0 to 2,286 m)
+5 to +30°C (No condensation) (Altitude 2,287 to 3,000 m)
Operating temperature
-10 to +60°C (No condensation)
Storage temperature
Mass
UHE lamp, 215 W Model No.:
ELPLP79
16 W
Max. audio output
Power con‐
sumption
EB-570
Approx. 5.5 kg
Approx. 5.3 kg
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Connectors
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Computer1 port
1
Mini D-Sub 15-pin (female)
Computer2 input/Monitor Out
ports
1
Mini D-Sub 15-pin (female)
Video port
1
RCA pin jack
S-Video port
1
Mini DIN 4-pin
Audio1 port
1
Stereo mini pin jack
Audio2 port
1
Stereo mini pin jack
Audio port
1
Stereo mini pin jack
Mic port
1
Stereo mini pin jack
Audio Out port
1
Stereo mini pin jack
HDMI1/MHL input port
1
HDMI (Audio is only supported by PCM)
HDMI2 port
1
HDMI (Audio is only supported by PCM)
USB-A port *
1
USB connector (Type A)
USB-B port *
1
USB connector (Type B)
USB port
(for Wireless LAN unit)
1
USB connector (Type A)
LAN port
1
RJ-45
RS-232C port
1
Mini D-Sub 9-pin (male)
SYNC port
2
Stereo mini pin jack
* Supports USB 2.0. However, the operation of all USB compatible devices is not guaranteed.
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This product is also designed for IT power distribution system with phase-to-phase voltage 230V.
Angle of tilt
If you use the projector tilted at an angle of more than 3˚ it could be damaged and cause an accident.
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DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or
CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers
We:
Located at:
Tel:
Epson America, Inc.
3840 Kilroy Airport Way
MS: 3-13
Long Beach, CA 90806
562-981-3840
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein,
complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital
device. Each product marketed, is identical to the representative unit tested
and found to be compliant with the standards. Records maintained continue
to reflect the equipment being produced can be expected to be within the
variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on a statistical
basis as required by 47CFR 2.909. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions : (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Trade Name:
EPSON
Type of Product:
LCD Projector
Model:
H598C/H599C/H600C/H601C/H602C/H603C/
H604C/H605C
FCC Compliance Statement
For United States Users
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 interference to radio
and 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.
• 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.
WARNING
The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this
equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification or Declaration of this
device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits established
by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain
and use a shielded equipment interface cable with this device. If this
equipment has more than one interface connector, do not leave cables
connected to unused interfaces. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
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FCC Statement for Verification
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:(1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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Appearance
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Units: mm
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Appearance
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Without feet
With feet
Units: mm
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This section briefly explains the difficult terms that are not explained in the text of this guide. For details, refer to other commercially available publications.
Ad hoc mode
A method of wireless LAN connection that communicates with wireless LAN clients without using an access point.
AMX Device Discovery
AMX Device Discovery is a technology developed by AMX to facilitate AMX control systems for easy operation of the target equipment.
Epson have implemented this protocol technology, and have provided a setting to enable the protocol function (ON).
See the AMX Web site for more details.
URL http://www.amx.com/
Aspect Ratio
The ratio between an image's length and its height. Screens with a horizontal:vertical ratio of 16:9, such as HDTV screens, are known as wide screens.
SDTV and general computer displays have an aspect ratio of 4:3.
Component Video
A method that separates the video signal into a luminance component (Y), and a blue minus luminance (Cb or Pb) and a red minus luminance (Cr or
Pr).
Composite video
A method that combines the video signal into a luminance component and a color component for transmission down a single cable.
Contrast
The relative brightness of the light and dark areas of an image can be increased or decreased to make text and graphics stand out more clearly, or to
make them appear softer. Adjusting this particular property of an image is called "contrast adjustment".
DHCP
An abbreviation of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, this protocol automatically assigns an IP addressg to equipment connected to a network.
Gateway Address
This is a server (router) for communicating across a network (subnet) divided according to subnet maskg.
HDCP
HDCP is an abbreviation for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. It is used to prevent illegal copying and protect copyrights by encrypting
digital signals sent over DVI and HDMI ports. Because the HDMI port on this projector supports HDCP, it can project digital images protected by
HDCP technology. However, the projector may not be able to project images protected with updated or revised versions of HDCP encryption.
HDTV
An abbreviation for High-Definition Television that refers to high-definition systems which satisfy the following conditions.
• Vertical resolution of 720p or 1080i or greater (p = Progressiveg, i = Interlaceg)
• Screen aspect ratiog of 16:9
Infrastructure mode
A method for wireless LAN connection in which devices communicate through access points.
Interlace
Transmits information needed to create one screen by sending every other line, starting from the top of the image and working down to the bottom.
Images are more likely to flicker because one frame is displayed every other line.
IP Address
A number to identify a computer connected to a network.
MHL
An abbreviation for Mobile High-definition Link, a standard for connection interfaces aimed at mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Images can be transferred at high quality and at high speeds without compressing the digital signal, and also charges connected devices.
Progressive
Projects information to create one screen at a time, displaying the image for one frame. Even though the number of scan lines is the same, the amount
of flicker in images decreases because the volume of information has doubled compared with an interlace system.
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Refresh Rate
The light-emitting element of a display maintains the same luminosity and color for an extremely short time. Because of this, the image must be
scanned many times per second to refresh the light-emitting element. The number of refresh operations per second is called the Refresh rate and is
expressed in hertz (Hz).
SDTV
An abbreviation for Standard Definition Television that refers to standard television systems which do not satisfy the conditions for HDTVg HighDefinition Television.
SNMP
An abbreviation for Simple Network Management Protocol, which is the protocol for monitoring and controlling devices such as routers and
computers connected to a TCP/IP network.
sRGB
An international standard for color intervals that was formulated so that colors that are reproduced by video equipment can be handled easily by
computer operating systems (OS) and the Internet. If the connected source has an sRGB mode, set both the projector and the connected signal source
to sRGB.
SSID
SSID is identification data for connecting to another device on a wireless LAN. Wireless communication is possible between devices with the same
SSID.
Subnet Mask
This is a numerical value that defines the number of bits used for the network address on a divided network (subnet) from the IP address.
SVGA
A screen size standard with a resolution of 800 (horizontal) x 600 (vertical) dots.
S-Video
A method that separates the video signal into a luminance component (Y) and a color component (C).
SXGA
A screen size standard with a resolution of 1,280 (horizontal) x 1,024 (vertical) dots.
Sync.
The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting images are not of
a good quality. The process of matching the phases of these signals (the relative position of the crests and the troughs in the signal) is called
Synchronization. If the signals are not synchronized, flickering, blurriness, and horizontal interference occur.
Tracking
The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting images are not of
a good quality. The process of matching the frequency of these signals (the number of crests in the signal) is called Tracking. If tracking is not carried
out correctly, wide vertical stripes appear in the signal.
Trap IP Address
This is the IP addressg for the destination computer used for error notification in SNMP.
VGA
A screen size standard with a resolution of 640 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical) dots.
XGA
A screen size standard with a resolution of 1,024 (horizontal) x 768 (vertical) dots.
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All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval
system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,
photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Seiko
Epson Corporation. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the
information contained herein. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting
from the use of the information contained herein.
Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this
product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by the
purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or
unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the
U.S.) failure to strictly comply with Seiko Epson Corporation's operating and
maintenance instructions.
Seiko Epson Corporation shall not be liable against any damages or problems arising
from the use of any options or any consumable products other than those designated as
Original Epson Products or Epson Approved Products by Seiko Epson Corporation.
The contents of this guide may be changed or updated without further notice.
Illustrations in this guide and the actual projector may differ.
Restriction of Use
When this product is used for applications requiring high reliability/safety such as
transportation devices related to aviation, rail, marine, automotive etc.; disaster
prevention devices; various safety devices etc; or functional/precision devices etc, you
should use this product only after giving consideration to including fail-safes and
redundancies into your design to maintain safety and total system reliability. Because
this product was not intended for use in applications requiring extremely high
reliability/safety such as aerospace equipment, main communication equipment,
nuclear power control equipment, or medical equipment related to direct medical care
etc, please make your own judgment on this product’s suitability after a full evaluation.
Wireless Telegraphy Act Regulations
The following acts are prohibited by the Wireless Telegraphy Act.
• Modifying and disassembling (including the antenna)
• Removing the label of conformance
About Notations
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
® Windows
® 2000 operating system
Windows XP operating system
® Windows®Vista operating system
® Windows 7 operating
®
® Windows® 8 operating system
® Windows® 8.1 operatingsystem
system
®
®
In this guide, the operating systems above are referred to as "Windows
2000", "Windows XP", "Windows Vista", "Windows 7", "Windows 8", and
"Windows 8.1". Furthermore, the collective term Windows may be used to
refer to Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7,
Windows 8, and Windows 8.1, and multiple versions of Windows may be
referred to as, for example, Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1, with the
Windows notation omitted.
Mac OS X 10.3.x
Mac OS X 10.4.x
Mac OS X 10.5.x
Mac OS X 10.6.x
OS X 10.7.x
OS X 10.8.x
OS X 10.9.x
In this
10.3.x",
10.7.x",
"OS X"
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guide, the operating systems above are referred to as "Mac OS X
"Mac OS X 10.4.x", "Mac OS X 10.5.x", "Mac OS X 10.6.x", "OS X
"OS X 10.8.x", and "OS X 10.9.x". Furthermore, the collective term
is used to refer to them all.
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Indication of the manufacturer and the importer in accordance with
requirements of directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS)
General Notice:
EPSON and ELPLP are trademarks or registered trademarks of the SEIKO EPSON
CORPORATION.
Mac, Mac OS, and OS X, are trademarks of Apple Inc.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, PowerPoint, and the Windows logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
eneloop is a registered trademark of the Panasonic Group.
WPA and WPA2 are registered trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance.
App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.
Google play is a trademark of Google Inc.
HDMI and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the trademarks or registered
™
®
™
Manufacturer: SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION
Address: 3-5, Owa 3-chome, Suwa-shi, Nagano-ken 392-8502 Japan
Telephone: 81-266-52-3131
Importer: SEIKO EUROPE B.V.
Address: Azië building, Atlas ArenA, Hoogoorddreef 5, 1101 BA Amsterdam Zuidoost
The Netherlands
Telephone: 31-20-314-5000
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
MHL, the MHL logo, and Mobile High-Definition Link are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of MHL and LLC in the United States and/or other countries.
PJLink trademark is a trademark applied for registration or is already registered in
Japan, the United States of America and other countries and areas.
Crestron and Crestron RoomView are registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics,
Inc.
Other product names used herein are also for identification purposes only and may be
trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and all rights in those
marks.
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