Samsung SVP-5300 Specifications

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SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WHERE THE VIDEO PRESENTER IS NEEDED
CHECKING PARTS
Accessories Supplied
NAME AND FUNCTION OF PART
Front View
Control Panel
Connectors at the back side
Remote Controller
CONNECTION
To TV or Monitor
To TV or Monitor and External AV Device
To Power Outlet
To Microphone
Connecting to PC
How to install the Head Lamp
How to install the Lightbox
OPERATION
Using Control Buttons
PRECAUTIONS AND STORAGE
Storage
Safety Precautions
TROUBLESHOOTING
Installing or Replacing Battery on
Remote Controller
SPECIFICATIONS
LENS MAGNIFICATION RATE
Adapter Lens
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Follow these safety instructions when setting up
and using your Video Presenter:
1. Do not place the presenter on an unstable cart,
stand, or table
2. Do not use the presenter near water or sources of
heat.
3. Use the type of power source indicated on the
presenter. If you are not sure of the power
available, consult your dealer or power company.
4. Place the presenter near a wall outlet where the
plug can be easily unplugged.
5. Take the following precautions for the plug.
Failure to comply with these precautions could
result in sparks or fire:
Do not insert the plug into an outlet with dust
present. Insert the plug firmly into the outlet.
6. Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles. This can cause
fire or electric shock.
7. Do not place the presenter where the cord can be
walked on. It may result in fraying or damage to
the plug.
8. Unplug the presenter from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Do not
use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
9. Do not block the slots and openings in the
presenter case. They provide ventilation and
prevent the presenter from overheating. Do not put
the presenter on a sofa, rug, or other soft surface
or in a built-in installation, unless proper ventilation
is provided.
10. Never push objects of any kinds through cabinet
slots. Never spill liquid of any kinds into the
presenter.
11. Except as specifically explained in this User's
Manual, do not attempt to service this product
yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltages and other
hazards.
12. Unplug the presenter during lightning storms or
when it will not be used for extended periods.
13. Do not place the presenter and remote controller
on top of heat-producing equipment or in a
heated place, such as a car.
14. Unplug the presenter from the wall outlet and
refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
• When the power cord or plug is damaged or
frayed.
• If liquid has been spilled into the presenter, or it
has been exposed to rain or water.
• If it does not operate normally when you follow
the operating instructions, or if it exhibits a
distinct change in performance, indicating a
need for service.
• If it has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
15. Don’t take the camera unit unfolded and turn to
the leftmost or rightmost, or the presenter can fall
upside down.
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Thank you for purchasing
this product.
Your video presenter can
project a wide variety of
items onto PC, TV (monitor)
with simple handling. High
resolution and definition
ensures fine image quality.
Head Lamp
Lamp easily attachable
Menu display on the screen
Automatic focusing
When you control the functions by use of
remote controller or control panel, the
controlling status will be displayed on the
screen.
When you press the automatic focusing button,
a precise focusing on the object can be
performed. If automatic focusing is inadequate,
you can focus manually.
Free-angle camera head
Remote Controller
The camera head can be freely rotated
through 270° to right or left, 120° to top or
bottom. You can see the surrounding objects
and instruction as well as the data on the plate
All the functions are
controlled by use of remote
controller.
Adapter lens
It is used to project the documents and films
(positive/negative) closely.
Control panel
You can control main functions using the
buttons on control panel built in the main
body.
Easy flexible body
Each part can be bent and stretched so that you
can project any type of objects easily.
Lightbox (Option)
This backlight illuminator is useful to
project the slides or films. It is easily
attached and removed.
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WHERE THE VIDEO
PRESENTER IS
NEEDED
CHECKING PARTS
Accessories Supplied
Video conference
Remote Controller
Adapter lens and lens cap
Adapter
The video presenter display clearly the
image of a real thing at hand as well as
detailed data such as report, form, chart,
etc. on the screen. Thus, the entire staffs
concentrate on the same topic so you can
manage the conference efficiently.
They are attached to the main
body at factory.
Medical or scientific research
You can use the image such as X-ray or slide as it is
on your Video Presenter.
Education field
Audio/Video cables
Head lamp
It can create a powerful visual image by connecting
to multi-vision at the new product presentation or
exhibition.
User’s manual
Required to connect
with a TV equipped
with S-video terminal.
Required to connect to
PC with USB-terminal.
Light box(Option)
User’s manual USB Capture program
User’s manual
CD for program
install
Carring bag
Design preview
Your Video Presenter may be effectively used to
display the design artwork of a catalog or slide
through imaging process.
Lamp easily attachable
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USB cable
You can utilize the presenter as the audio-video aid which
shows the printed materials like textbook, the visual data
and even the products that the students made.
Yellow jack: Video cable
White jack: Audio cable
Presentation and Exhibition
S-video cable
Required to display a slide
or film
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NAME AND FUNCTION
OF PART
Control Panel
You can find the same buttons on the remote controller.
These buttons perform the same functions.
POWER button
Front View
Head lamp connector
Used to connect the head lamp
with the body
Used to turn power on
and off.
IRIS
/
AWC button
button
Used to adjust the
luminosity of image on
the screen
Used to adjust the color (white
balance) on the screen automatically
POWER
IRIS
AWC
button
FOCUS
AF
Used to adjust the focus
manually.
ZOOM
NEGA/POSI
FOCUS
ZOOM
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Video IN jack 1/2
Connection terminals
Connected to the video output terminals of TV or Video.
Connect it when you want to see the image on your
presenter and the one on another AV equipment
alternately.
(See page 9.)
Adapter lens
Control panel
(See page 9.)
Video OUT jack 1/2
RS-232C PC interface
connectors
Connected to video input terminal of TV or monitor.
Connect it when you want to send the image on your
Video Presenter to TV or monitor. The signals from both
jacks are equivalent.
Used to connect with
RS-232C cable.
S-VIDEO OUT
POWER IN
DC12V IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
IN
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IN
2
1
2
1
OUT
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Lightbox connector
It is a spot to join microphone with the Body.
Connected to the PC with
USB terminal.
Connect it when you
want to see the image on
the PC screen with USB
terminal.
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Used to connect the power cable of adapter.
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Audio OUT jack 1/2
Connected with audio input terminal of TV or Video.
Sound of microphone or external AV equipment will
be output.
USB OUT jack
Microphone connector
Power IN jack
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OUT
Used to connect the lightbox with the body
(DC 15V, 600mA or less)
To receive the signal from
remote controller
NEGA/POSI button
Connectors at the back side
Camera head
Used to display the close
objects.
Used to set the focusing
automatically
Used to convert the film as
Positive/Negative
button
Used to adjust the size of
image on the screen
To rotate 120 to
top or bottom,
and 270 to right
or left
AF button
Audio IN jack 1/2
S-video OUT jack
Connected to the TV
with S-video input
terminal.
Even though the
external input is
selected, it only send
the image from the
main body.
Connected with audio output terminal of TV or Video.
Connect it when you want to hear the sound from
another AV equipments.
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NAME AND FUNCTION
OF PART
CONNECTION
Use the white plug to connect audio
terminal, and the yellow (or red) plug
to connect video terminal.
INT/EXT button
Remote Controller
Focus F/N button
Used to focus the image displayed on the
video presenter manally
AF button
Used to focus the image displayed on the
video presenter automatically
Reverse button
Used to select internal Image or external Image
Internal (INT): To see the image on this presenter
External (EXT): To see the image sent from another AV
equipment through monitor (if connected to this
presenter)
To TV or Monitor
POSI/NEGA button
Positive (POSI): To see the general state or positive film
Negative (NEGA): To see the negative film
Lamp button
Yellow
TV, Monitor,
LCD Projector
to video input terminal
Used to turn the head lamp on and off
S-VIDEO OUT
Used to put the image into reverse up/down
or right/left
POWER IN
DC12V IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
IN
Freeze button
1
Used to freeze the image on the screen
IN
2
1
OUT
Power button
SHARP + button
1
Used to turn power on
and off
Used to see the image sharper
2
OUT
2
1
2
Video Presenter
SHARP - button
You may use either 'Video OUT 1' or 'Video OUT 2' jack.
Used to see the image duller
Connect 'S-video OUT' terminal when you have a TV with S-Video terminal. If 'S-Video OUT' terminal is
used, you can get more clear image, but the signal from external AV source will not be available.
Volume +/- button
Connect 'RF output terminal' to TV with only RF terminal.
Used to increase or decrease the
volume of microphone
AWC button
Used to adjust the screen color (white
balance) automatically
RED+/-button and BLUE +/-button
To TV or Monitor and External AV Device
Used to increase the red or blue color
factor
WIDE button
TV, Monitor,
LCD Projector
to audio
input
terminal
White
Yellow
Used to reduce the image size of an object
TELE button
Preset button
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Used to save the current status (Zoom,
Focus, Lamp, Color etc).
When you use the video presenter on
another place, you need not to repeat
the same procedures but the saved
status will be automatically set only
by pressing the “Active” button.
Select the button (1~4) and press it
within 4 seconds after pressing
“Save/Active” button.
S-VIDEO OUT
Used to enlarge the image size of an object
to video
output
terminal
to audio
output
terminal
POWER IN
DC12V IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
IN
BRIGHT + button
1
IN
2
1
OUT
Used to make the screen brighter
1
2
AV Device (VTR, Camcorder)
OUT
2
1
2
BRIGHT - button
Video Presenter
Used to make the screen darker
to video
input
terminal
Yellow
White
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CONNECTION
After connecting to PC properly, install the USB
Device Driver and SVP-5300 Capture program.
The programs ave supplied with presenter.
RS-232C Communication cable is not supplied with
this product.
Connecting to PC
To Power Outlet
S-VIDEO OUT
POWER IN
USB Cable
DC12V IN
This video presenter can operate on free
voltage (100~240V).
VIDEO
AUDIO
IN
1
IN
2
1
OUT
1
2
USB Connected
with USB Port in
PC
OUT
1
2
2
Video Presenter
To use 220V
RS-232C Cable
RS-232C
Connected with
RS-232C Port in
PC
Adapter
S-VIDEO OUT
To use 110V
Personal
Computer
POWER IN
DC12V IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
IN
1
IN
2
1
OUT
Use a converter for 110V
fixing into the power cord
1
2
OUT
2
1
2
Video Presenter
To Microphone
How to install the Head Lamp
When the light of head lamp is projected
to the script, it means that the head
lamp is installed in this place.
Yellow
TV, Monitor,
LCD Projector
To Video Input terminal
Head lamp
S-VIDEO OUT
POWER IN
DC12V IN
VIDEO
IN
1
2
1
OUT
1
Microphone(ф6.3)
To Audio Input terminal
It is nipper shaped. Clip it
where you want.
AUDIO
IN
2
OUT
2
1
2
How to install the Lightbox
Video Presenter
You can use it to see the slides or negative films.
Pay attention not to scratch. You cannot see the clear
image if there is scar.
White
How to use
Microphone is not supplied with this product.
Please purchase a microphone.
If the microphone is connected, the presenter
can send the image and sound at the same
time so it is more convenient to use in
presentation or exhibition.
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You can switch on and off the Lightbox by using the
power switch at the side.
Lightbox
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OPERATION
Before operating
Make sure the Power is connected properly.
Make sure the desired devices (TV, Monitor) are
connected to output terminal. (See page 11)
Using Control Buttons
1. Stretch the camera head as shown and
remove the lens cap.
3. Press the POWER button.
Choosing INT/EXT signal
Switching Positive/Negative
Lens cap
Make sure the adapter lens is properly attached.
If not, attach it.
You may press POWER button on the control
panel.
The message of “Please wait” will appear on
the screen in a few seconds, and the projected
image will be displayed on the presenter.
When the presenter is connected with TV, select
the external video input. If connected to TV
with RF terminal, set the TV channel to CH4.
2. Make the camera lens facing the script.
Whenever you press the button, INT and EXT
appear alternately on the screen.
Whenever you press the button, POSI and
NEGA will appear alternately on the screen.
POSI: To see the normal script or picture
If there is no external AV device connected to
the presenter, EXT will not appear even though
you press [INT/EXT] button.
NEGA: To see the negative film
INT: To see the image through this presenter
EXT: To see the image and hear the sound from
external AV device through TV or Monitor
connected with this presenter when external AV
device is connected to the terminal of 'video
input' and 'audio input' in the video presenter.
When the adapter lens is required
Adapter lens is required when you project the
copies, documents or films (positive/negative) on
the desktop or lightbox. (Focusing distance with
adapter lens attached: 24~32cm)
Adapter lens may not be required if you use it for
another purposes. (Focusing distance without
adapter lens: 80cm~ )
Turning Light On/Off
▲ POSITIVE
While the presenter is powered on, press the
[LAMP] button to turn the head lamp on and
off.
Make sure the adapter lens is attached and pay
attention to the distance between body and object.
You cannot focus on the object properly when the
distance between object and camera is out of
focusing range stated above.
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The image will be reversed if the camera lens is
facing forward.
In this case, adjust the camera head angle by
turning to right or left, or press the image
[Reverse] button.
The light box is turned on as defalt.
You can also use the switch of light box.
▲ NEGATIVE
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OPERATION
Adjusting Color
Zooming
Adjusting Sharpness/Automatic Focus
Preset button
Used to save the current status (Zoom, Focus, Lamp,
Color etc).
When you use the video presenter on another place,
you need not to repeat the same procedures but the
saved status will be automatically set only by
pressing the “Active” button.
Select the button (1~4) and press it within 4 seconds
after pressing “Save/Active” button.
If you press [AWC] button, color will be
adjusted automatically. To obtain the best
result, put the camera lens facing white paper
and press [AWC] button.
Press [Wide] or [Tele] button on the remote
controller or [zoom+] or [zoom-] on the control
panel.
If you want to fine adjust, press [RED+/-] or
[BLUE+/-] button. Press [RED+/-] button to
adjust the red factor strongly, and [BLUE+/-]
button to adjust the blue factor strongly.
If you press [+] button the image gets sharper,
and [-] button the image gets duller.
Adjusting Brightness
Automatic focusing
Press the [AF] button on the remote controller
or [AF] button on the control panel.
The color level will be displayed on the screen.
▲ Wide (Zoom -)
Manual focusing
Press the [Focus N/F] button on the remote
control or [Focus +/-] button on the control
panel.
Press [Bright +] or [Bright -] on remote controller or
[Iris +] or [Iris -] on the control panel.
Bright (Iris) + : When the image of object is dark
Bright (Iris) - : When the image of object is bright
Image Reverse and Image Freeze
If the distance to object is out of range or if the
lens is not attached properly, auto focusing may
not work. At this time, check it again.
Focusing distance with adapter lens attached :
24~32cm
Focusing distance without adapter lens: 80cm~
The operating range of remote controller
▲ Tele (Zoom +)
Image reverse
Press [Reverse] button to make the image reverse.
mirror → flip → flip + mirror →
normal
[(reverse right/left)→ (reverse up/down)→
(reverse right/left and up/down)→ (normal)]
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Image freeze
When you press [Freeze] button, the image is held
on the screen. It is convenient to replace the script
or picture with next one.
If you press [Freeze] button again, the freezing
mode will be released.
Volume Button
Use this button to adjust the volume of
microphone (if connected with video presenter).
When the Auto focusing may not work properly
Object in a dark area
The background is too bright
When some objects being close to the lens and others
being far away at the same time.
Object with little difference in brightness such as wall
or air
Repeated horizontal or vertical lines.
Object standing behind the window is stained with
spot or water drop
Object reflecting a strong beam
When the wire net or screen close to lens is piled up
to the object in a distance
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PRECAUTIONS AND
STORAGE
Storage
Safety Precautions
1. Stretch the camera head as shown and
cover the lens cap.
It is illegal to make a copy of a film,
photograph, or book protected by the
copyright without permission.
Be careful not to drop.
Do not use benzene or thinner to clean
the presenter.
Lens cap
2. Fold the presenter as shown.
When moving the presenter, fold the
presenter a little and hold as shown.
Do not apply excessive force on
the external cable.
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Do not put or drop a heavy
thing on it.
When the presenter needs cleaning, wipe
it with soft and dry cloth.
When you don't use it for a long time, pull out
the power cord and keep it with a cover.
Do not use the presenter in a humidity place.
Be careful not to spill a liquid on it.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Image is not displayed.
Check the brightness is properly
adjusted.
Check the video cable is correctly
connected with the video output
terminal.
Installing or Replacing Battery on Remote Control
1. Remove the cover of battery
compartment at the back of remote
controller.
2. Insert the battery cells in the battery
compartment as positive(+) ends
contact the positive terminals.
Image is not focused on the screen
Check the lens is properly attached to the
camera.
Press “AF (Auto Focus)” button for
automatic focusing.
Check the object is placed too close.
Battery cell type: AAA type 1.5V
The image of slide or negative film is
not displayed.
Check the lightbox turns on.
Set the camera lens facing the film.
Check the lens is properly attached.
Check if you set the “NEGA/POSI” button
correctly.
3. Put the cover in place.
Caution
Random replacement of built-in battery by
other types of batteries may cause explosion.
Thus, the battery shall be replaced by the
same battery. And the used batteries shall be
disposed carefully because they can cause
environment pollutions.
Head lamp will not light up as soon
as you press “LAMP” button.
If you still have any
problems, contact to your
dealer to ask service.
It is a normal because the built-in
protection circuit is activated to protect
the lamp circuit.
The presenter will not operate by
remote controller.
Check the battery cells in the remote
controller. If they are used up, replace
new ones.
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