Panasonic PT-D4000U data projector

Operating Instructions
DLP® Based Projector Commercial Use
Model No.
PT-D4000U
Read these instructions completely before operating this unit.
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Dear Panasonic Customer:
This instruction booklet provides all the necessary operating information that you might require. We hope it will help
you to get the most performance out of your new product, and that you will be pleased with your Panasonic DLP®
based projector.
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retain this booklet in case service is required.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
MISE EN GARDERISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE.
NE PAS OUVRIR.
WARNUNG- ZUR VERMEIDUNG EINES ELEKTRISCHEN
SCHLAGES GERÄT NICHT ÖFFNEN.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the Product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
CAUTION: This equipment is equipped with a three-pin
grounding-type power plug. Do not remove the
grounding pin on the power plug. This plug will
only fit a grounding-type power outlet. This is a
safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug
into the outlet, contact an electrician. Do not
defeat the purpose of the grounding plug.
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Do not remove
WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
– 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.
FCC CAUTION: To assure continued compliance, use only shielded interface cables when
connecting to computer or peripheral devices. Any unauthorized changes or
modifications to this equipment could void the user’s authority to operate.
WARNING:
Not for use in a computer room as defined in the Standard for the Protection of Electronic
Computer/Data Processing Equipment, ANSI/NFPA 75.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number:
PT-D4000U
Trade Name:
Panasonic
Responsible Party:
Panasonic Corporation of North America
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Telephone Number:
888-411-1996
Email:
projectorsupport@us.panasonic.com
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.
NOTE:
This product has a High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamp that contains mercury.
Dispose may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities,
or the Electronic Industries Alliance: http://www.eiae.org
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Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE ..................................2
Precautions with regard to safety ............................5
Accessories ................................................................7
Precautions on handling ...........................................8
Name and function of parts.......................................9
Remote control ..................................................................9
Front and side of the projector ........................................11
Rear view of the main unit/Controls on rear panel ..........12
Side-mounted connection terminals ................................13
Using the remote control unit .................................14
Loading dry cells .............................................................14
Effective range of remote control operation ....................14
Setting projector ID number to remote control ................15
Connect to the projector to use with a cable ...................15
Installation ................................................................16
Projection schemes .........................................................16
Installation geometry .......................................................16
Projection distance by projection lens .............................17
Calculation formulas for projection distance by lens types ..19
Connection ...............................................................20
Setup precautions ...........................................................20
Example of connecting with AV products ........................21
Example of connecting with PCs.....................................21
Projection..................................................................22
Powering up the projector ...............................................22
Making adjustment and selection ....................................22
Powering off the projector ...............................................23
Direct power off function..................................................23
How to install and remove the projection lens......24
How to install the projection lens.....................................24
How to remove the projection lens ..................................24
How to adjust the lens .............................................24
How to adjust the FOCUS, ZOOM and SHIFT ................24
How to adjust the lens position to the left or right............25
Status function .........................................................25
Automatic adjustment (AUTO SETUP) ...................25
Using the SHUTTER function..................................25
On-screen menus.....................................................26
Structure of menu screens ..............................................26
Basic menu operations....................................................27
Returning to the previous page .......................................27
Menu items shown in black characters ...........................27
Menu items setting ..........................................................27
Resetting to the factory default........................................27
Adjusting the picture ...............................................28
PICTURE MODE .............................................................28
CONTRAST.....................................................................28
BRIGHTNESS .................................................................28
COLOR............................................................................28
TINT ................................................................................28
COLOR TEMP.................................................................28
WHITE GAIN ...................................................................28
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW ............................................28
SHARPNESS ..................................................................29
NOISE REDUCTION .......................................................29
AI .....................................................................................29
SYSTEM SELECTOR .....................................................29
Adjusting the position .............................................29
OPTION2 settings.....................................................34
PROJECTOR ID..............................................................34
INSTALLATION...............................................................34
ALTITUDE .......................................................................34
DIRECTION.....................................................................34
LAMP SELECT................................................................35
LAMP RELAY..................................................................35
RS-232C..........................................................................35
SYSTEM INFORMATION ...............................................36
AUTO POWER OFF........................................................36
DATE AND TIME.............................................................36
PASSWORD ...................................................................36
Displaying the internal test pattern ........................36
Cycle of displayed internal test patterns..........................36
Setting the network..................................................37
Returning the network function setting back to the factory setting ..37
Connecting the PC ...................................................37
System requirements ......................................................37
Connection example........................................................37
Using Web Browser Control ...................................38
Accessing from Web browser..........................................38
Password change page...................................................38
Basic control page...........................................................39
Detail control page ..........................................................39
Monitor information page.................................................40
Error information page.....................................................40
E-mail set up page ..........................................................41
Authentication server set up page...................................43
DNS server set up page ..................................................43
Ping test page .................................................................43
Contents of mail sent.......................................................44
Adjust clock page ............................................................44
Network config page........................................................45
Network status page........................................................45
Using the PJLinkTM protocol ....................................46
Supported commands .....................................................46
PJLinkTM security authentication ......................................46
Setting the security..................................................47
PASSWORD ...................................................................47
PASSWORD CHANGE ...................................................47
DISPLAY SETTING.........................................................47
TEXT CHANGE ...............................................................47
CONTROL DEVICE SETUP ...........................................47
Using the serial terminals .......................................48
Examples of connection .................................................48
Pin assignments and signal names.................................48
Communication conditions ..............................................48
Basic format ....................................................................48
Control commands ..........................................................49
Cable specifications ........................................................49
SHIFT ..............................................................................29
ASPECT ..........................................................................29
ZOOM..............................................................................30
CLOCK PHASE...............................................................30
KEYSTONE.....................................................................30
Using the Remote 2 terminal...................................49
Indication of lamp monitor ......................................50
Cleaning and replacement of air filter....................51
How to use ADVANCED MENU ...............................30
When to replace the Lamp unit .......................................52
Lamp unit replacement steps ..........................................53
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY ...........................................30
BLANKING ......................................................................30
INPUT RESOLUTION .....................................................31
CLAMP POSITION ..........................................................31
RASTER POSITION........................................................31
XGA MODE .....................................................................31
SXGA MODE...................................................................31
Changing the display language ..............................31
OPTION1 settings.....................................................32
COLOR CORRECTION ..................................................32
CONTRAST MODE .........................................................32
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AUTO SIGNAL ................................................................32
BACK COLOR.................................................................32
STARTUP LOGO ............................................................32
SUB MEMORY LIST .......................................................32
DVI EDID.........................................................................33
DVI SIGNAL LEVEL ........................................................33
FUNC1 ............................................................................33
OSD POSITION ..............................................................33
OSD MEMORY ...............................................................33
Procedure of cleaning .....................................................51
Replacing the lamp unit...........................................52
Ceiling Mount Bracket Safeguards.........................54
Before asking for service ........................................55
Specifications...........................................................56
Compatible Signal List ............................................58
Dimensions...............................................................59
Installation dimensions diagram ............................59
Français Information................................................61
Precautions with regard to safety
WARNING
If you notice smoke, strange smells or noise coming from the projector, disconnect the
power cord plug from the wall outlet.
• Do not continue to use the projector in such cases, otherwise fire or electric shocks could result.
• Check that no more smoke is coming out, and then contact an Authorized Service Center for repairs.
• Do not attempt to repair the projector yourself, as this can be dangerous.
Installation work (such as ceiling suspension) should only be carried out by a qualified
technician.
• If installation is not carried out correctly, there is the danger that injury or electric shocks may occur.
• Use the dedicated ceiling mount bracket specified for the model.
• Use the provided safety wire cable and take measures to prevent the projector from falling.
Do not overload the wall outlet.
• If the power supply is overloaded (for example, by using too many adapters), overheating may occur and fire
may result.
Do not look into the lens while the projector is being used.
• Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. If you look directly into this light, it can hurt and damage your
eyes.
• Be especially careful not to let young children look into the lens. In addition, turn off the power and disconnect
the power cord plug when you are away from the projector.
Never attempt to modify or disassemble the projector.
• High voltages can cause fire or electric shocks.
• For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not install this projector in a place which is not strong enough to take the full weight
of the projector or on top of a surface which is unstable.
• If the projector is installed in a place which is not strong enough or on top of a surface which is sloped or
unstable, it may fall down or tip over, and severe injury or damage could result.
If foreign objects or water get inside the projector, or if the projector is dropped or the
cabinet is broken, disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet.
• Continued use of the projector in this condition may result in fire or electric shocks.
• Contact an Authorized Service Center for repairs.
Do not place liquid containers on top of the projector.
Do not place the projector into water or let it become wet.
• If water spills onto the projector or gets inside it, fire or electric shocks could result.
• If any water gets inside the projector, contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the projector.
• Do not insert any metal objects or flammable objects into the projector or drop them onto the projector, as doing
so can result in fire or electric shocks.
Use only the power cord supplied with the projector.
Do not use the supplied power cord with equipment other than the projector.
• Failure to observe this may result in electric shocks.
Insert the power cord plug securely into the wall outlet.
• If the plug is not inserted correctly, electric shocks or overheating could result.
• Do not use plugs which are damaged or wall outlets which are coming loose from the wall.
Do not do anything that might damage the power cord or the power cord plug.
• Do not damage the power cord, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it excessively,
twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle.
• If the power cord is used while damaged, electric shocks, short-circuits or fire may result.
• Ask an Authorized Service Center to carry out any repairs to the power cord that might be necessary.
Clean the power cord plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust.
• If dust builds up on the power cord plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation, which could result in
fire. Pull the power cord plug out from the wall outlet and wipe it with a dry cloth.
• If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the power cord plug out from the wall outlet.
Do not handle the power cord plug with wet hands.
• Failure to observe this may result in electric shocks.
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Precautions with regard to safety
Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may
come into contact with oily smoke or steam.
• Using the projector under such conditions may result in fire, electric shocks or plastic deterioration. The plastic
deterioration may cause the falling down of the projector which is mounted in the ceiling.
Do not place the projector on soft materials such as carpets or sponge mats.
• Doing so may cause the projector to overheat, which can cause burns, fire or damage to the projector.
During a thunderstorm, do not touch the projector or the cable.
• Electric shocks can result.
Do not place your hands or other objects close to the air outlet port.
• Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not place your hands or face, or objects which cannot withstand
heat close to this port [allow at least 50 cm (19.7") of space], otherwise burns or damage could result.
Do not use or handle the batteries improperly.
• Failure to observe these precautions may cause the batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.
- Do not disassemble the dry cell batteries.
- Do not heat, or disassemble the batteries or place them into fire or liquids such as water.
- Do not connect the + and - terminals with wire or other metallic objects.
- Do not store batteries together with metallic objects such as necklaces or hairpins.
- Make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct when inserting the batteries.
- Do not use a new battery together with an old battery or mix different types of batteries.
- Do not use batteries with the outer covering peeling away or removed.
- Do not use rechargeable batteries in place of the dry cell batteries.
- The batteries have a protective outer covering. Do not remove this covering, as this may result in a short
circuit.
If the battery fluid leaks, do not touch it with bare hands, and take the following
measures if necessary.
• Battery fluid entering your eyes may result in loss of sight. In this case, do not rub your eyes. Rinse with clean
water and seek medical advice immediately.
• Battery fluid on your skin or clothing may result in skin inflammation or injury. Rinse with clean water and seek
medical advice immediately.
Remove empty batteries from the remote control at once.
• Do not leave empty batteries inside the equipment, as this may cause the batteries to leak, overheat or explode.
Before replacing the lamp, be sure to disconnect the power cord plug from the wall
outlet.
• Electric shocks or explosions can result if this is not done.
When replacing the lamp, allow it to cool for at least one hour before handling it.
• The lamp cover gets very hot, and touching it can cause burns.
Do not disassemble the lamp unit.
• If the lamp section breaks, it may cause injury.
Caution
When disconnecting the power cord, hold the plug, not the cord.
• If the power cord itself is pulled, the cord will become damaged, and fire, short-circuits or serious electric shocks
may result.
Always disconnect all cables before moving the projector.
• Moving the projector with cables still attached can damage the cables, which could cause fire or electric shocks
to occur.
Do not place a projector or other heavy object on top of the unit.
Do not put your weight on this projector.
• Failure to observe this may cause the projector to become unbalanced and fall, which could result in damage or
injury.
• The projector may be damaged or deformed.
Do not prevent heat loss.
• Doing so may cause the projector to overheat, which can cause fire or damage to the projector.
• Do not place the projector in narrow, badly ventilated places such as closets or bookshelves.
• Do not place the projector on cloth or papers, as these materials could be drawn into the air inlet port.
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If the lamp has broken, ventilate the room immediately. Do not touch or bring your face
close to the broken pieces.
• Failure to observe this may cause the user to absorb the gas which was released when the lamp broke and
which contains nearly the same amount of mercury as fluorescent lamps, and the broken pieces may cause
injury.
• If you believe that you have absorbed the gas or that the gas has got into your eyes or mouth, seek medical
advice immediately.
• Ask your dealer about the replacement of the lamp unit and check the inside of the projector.
If not using the projector for an extended period of time, disconnect the power cord plug
from the mains socket.
• If dust builds up on the power cord plug, the resulting humidity may damage the insulation, which could result in
fire.
Disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet as a safety precaution before
carrying out any cleaning.
• Electric shocks can result if this is not done.
Be careful not to catch your fingers between the lens and shroud when shifting the lens.
• Do not catch your fingers between the lens and shroud when shifting the lens as it may cause injury.
Ask an Authorized Service Center to clean inside the projector at least once a year.
• If dust is left to build up inside the projector without being cleaned out, it can result in fire or problems with
operation.
• It is a good idea to clean the inside of the projector before the season for humid weather arrives. Ask your
nearest Authorized Service Center to clean the projector when required. Please discuss with the Authorized
Service Center regarding cleaning costs.
If not using the projector for an extended period of time, remove the batteries from the
remote control.
• Failure to do so may cause the batteries to leak, overheat, catch fire or explode, possibly resulting in fire or
corruption of surrounding areas.
Do not use the old lamp unit.
• The lamp section may break.
Do not place the projector in extremely hot locations.
• Doing so may cause the outer casing or internal components to deteriorate, or result in fire.
• Take particular care in locations exposed to direct sunlight or near stoves.
Accessories
Check that all of the accessories shown below have been included with your projector.
Remote control unit
Power cord
Battery for remote
[N2QAYB000164 x 1] [K2CG3FZ00008 x 1] control unit (AA)
[R6DW/2ST]
Lens cover
[TKKL5244-1 x 1]
Wire cable
[TKLA3201 x 1]
Wire fastening M6
screw
[XYN6+F10FJ x 1]
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Precautions on handling
Precautions on transport
Disposal
Make absolutely sure that the lens cap is in place when
transporting the projector or carrying it around. Both the
projector and the projection lens are precision-made
and, as such, are susceptible to vibration and impacts.
When transporting the projector and lens or carrying
them around, place them in the boxes in which they
were housed at the time of purchase, and take care to
keep them away from vibration and impacts.
To discard the product, call the dealer or a specialized dealer.
Precautions on installation
Be sure to observe the following precautions when
installing the product.
Avoid installing the product in a place
exposed to vibrations or impacts.
If the projector is installed in a place where vibrations
are transmitted from a source of driving power and
others or mounted in a car or a vessel, vibrations or
impacts may be transmitted to the product to
damage the internal parts, causing failure. Install the
product in a place free from vibrations and impacts.
Do not move the projector while it is
operating or subject it to vibration or impact.
The service life of its internal motors may be shortened.
Do not install the projector near highvoltage power lines or power sources.
The product may be exposed to interference if it
is installed in the vicinity of high-voltage electrical
power lines or power sources.
Do not place the projector on a vinyl
sheet or carpet.
If a vinyl sheet sucked up and blocks the air filter
intake port, the internal temperature of the
projector may increase, which triggers the
protection circuit, turning off the power.
Be sure to ask a specialized technician
when installing the product to a ceiling.
If the product is to be installed hanging from the ceiling,
purchase an optional hanging attachment (for high
ceiling: Model No. ET-PKD56H) (for low ceiling: Model
No. ET-PKD55S). Please call a specialized technician or
contact an Authorized Service Center for installation.
Install the projector so that it will be
supported only by its bottom panel and
by none of its other parts or surfaces.
Do not place the projector over 2 700 m
(8 858.3') above sea level. When using it over
1 400 m (4 593.2') above sea level, set the
“ALTITUDE”, described on page 34, to “HIGH”.
Otherwise the life of the product may be shortened. When
using it over 2 700 m above sea level, consult your dealer.
Lens Focus
Do not adjust the lens focus in the initial period
(within approx. 30 minutes) after switching the
projector on. The high clarity projector lens is
thermally affected by the light from the light source,
making the focus unstable in the period just after
switching on. Please allow a warm-up time of at
least 30 minutes before adjusting the lens focus.
Failure to do so may cause heating focus drift.
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Precautions on use
To view clear images:
• The audience cannot enjoy high-contrast and
clear images if outside light or the illumination
interferes the screen surface. Draw window
curtains or blinds, turn off the lightings near the
screen or take other proper measures.
• Depending on where the projector is used,
there are rare occasions when hot air from the
air exhaust vents or the warm air from air
conditioning can cause a shimmering effect on
the screen. For this reason, take care not to
shield the air exhaust vents and consider the
direction of the air flowing from air conditioning.
Do not touch the surface of the
projection lens with bare hand.
If fingerprints or stains are left on the projection
lens surface, they are magnified and projected
on the screen. Keep your hands away from the
lens. Cover the lens with the supplied lens cap
when the projector is not used.
Lamp
A mercury lamp with high internal pressure is used
for the light source of this product. A high-pressure
mercury lamp has the following characteristics:
• It may burst with a loud sound or end its life cycle
by not illuminating because of given impacts,
flaws, or deterioration due to used hours.
• The life cycle of a mercury lamp varies according
to the individual difference or conditions of use.
In particular, turning the power on and off frequently
and/or repeatedly will greatly affect the life cycle.
• In rare cases, it may burst shortly after the first lighting.
• The possibility of burst increases when the
lamp is used beyond the replacement time.
• If the lamp bursts, gas inside the lamp is
released and smoke may appear.
• Lamp deterioration accelerates when used
continuously for 24 hours or more. Lamp
deterioration due to continuous use can be
reduced by using the “LAMP RELAY” function.
Cleaning and maintenance
Be sure to remove the power cord plug from the
receptacle before cleaning.
Use soft and dry cloth to clean the cabinet.
If stains are hard to remove, use a cloth
dampened with a kitchen detergent solution
(neutral) and squeezed to wipe the cabinet and
finish with a dry cloth. If a chemical wipe is used,
follow its instructions.
Do not clean the lens surface with fuzzy
or dusty cloth.
If dust adheres to the lens, it will be magnified
and projected on the screen.
Use a soft and clean cloth to wipe off dust.
Name and function of parts
Remote control
Remote control operation indicator lamp
The lamp flashes when any remote control button
is pressed.
POWER STANDBY ( ) button (page 23)
Switched the power to the “standby” mode if the
MAIN POWER has been put to the “l” position.
POWER ON ( I ) button (page 21)
Turns on the power if the MAIN POWER has been
put to the “l” position.
Input selector (RGB1, RGB2, DVI-D, VIDEO,
S-VIDEO) button
Use to toggle through the RGB1, RGB2, DVI-D,
VIDEO and S-VIDEO input ports.
MENU button (page 27)
Displays and clears the MAIN MENU. It can also
return to the previous screen when the menu is
displayed.
STATUS button (page 25)
Press this button to display projector information. It
can also be used to send information about the
projector’s status via E-mail.
AUTO SETUP button (page 25)
Pressing this button while projecting an image
automatically corrects the picture positioning on
the screen. While the auto setup feature is active,
a message “AUTO SETUP” appears on the
screen.
SHUTTER button (page 25)
Press this button to black out the image
temporarily.
ASPECT button (page 29)
Switches the image aspect ratio.
Arrow
buttons (page 27)
Use these buttons to select an item on the menu
screen, change setting and adjust the level.
Also use them to enter the “SECURITY” password.
ENTER button (page 27)
Press this button to enter your menu selection or to
run function.
ON SCREEN button
This button turns on and off the on-screen
indication function.
TEST PATTERN button (page 36)
This displays the test pattern.
Numeric (0 - 9) buttons (pages 15, 36)
These buttons are used for systems where more
than one projector is being used.
They are used to enter ID numbers when selecting
an ID, and they are also used by service personnel
for entering passwords when password entry is
needed.
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Name and function of parts
Bottom
LENS (FOCUS, ZOOM, SHIFT) buttons
(page 24)
These buttons are used to adjust the projection
lens.
Function 1 (FUNC1) button (page 33)
This button can control the functions set in
“FUNC1” of the “OPTION1” screen from the MAIN
MENU.
DEFAULT button (page 27)
Press this button to restore the default factory
setting.
ID SET button (page 15)
When two or more main units are used in the
system, this button specifies the ID of the remote
control.
ID ALL button (page 15)
When two or more main units are used in the
system, this button switches to the mode to control
them simultaneously with a single remote control.
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Remote control transmitter window
Operate the remote control aiming at the remote
control receiver window on the main unit.
Remote control wired terminal (page 15)
To use the wired output terminal, connect the
remote control and the main unit with the M3
stereo mini jack cable available in the market.
Front and side of the projector
Side-mounted
connection terminals
(page 13)
Status LED lights
(Refer to the figure
on the right.)
AC IN terminal (page 22)
Connect the supplied line power cord into this
receptacle.
Do not connect any other cable to this socket.
Air filter (page 51)
Security lock
Attach a commercial burglar prevention cable (e.g.,
from Kensington) to this lock port. It is compatible
with the Microsaver Security System from
Kensington.
Anti-theft hook
Attach a chain or other fastening device available
from a hardware store through this clamp.
Level-adjusting feet (page 22)
Use these feet to adjust the tilt of the projector.
(The leveling feet at the front left and right can be
adjusted.)
Status LED lights
Focus ring (page 24)
For focus adjustment.
Powered focus adjustment is also available.
Temperature monitor (TEMP) (page 50)
Lighting or blinking of this lamp indicates an
abnormal condition of the internal temperature.
LAMP1 monitor (page 50)
This lamp lights up when the time to replace lamp
unit 1 is reached. It also blinks if something
unusual occurs in the lamp circuit.
LAMP2 monitor (page 50)
This lamp lights up when the time to replace lamp
unit 2 is reached. It also blinks if something
unusual occurs in the lamp circuit.
Lens release button (page 24)
Press this to remove the projection lens.
Power indicator (page 22)
The lamp lights in red when the MAIN POWER
switch is turned to “l” (on). It turns to green when
the POWER ON button of the remote control or the
main unit is pressed.
Projection lens
Lens for projecting images on the screen.
Lens cap
Cap the lens whenever the projector is left unused.
Lens left/right adjusting dial (page 25)
Turn this clockwise to move the screen to the left;
conversely, turn it counterclockwise to move it to
the right.
Air intake vents
Attention • Do not remove the upper cover (white top
panel).
Remote control receiver window (front) (page 14)
This window receives the signal beam emitted from
the remote control.
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Name and function of parts
Rear view of the main unit
Controls on rear panel
Controls on rear panel
Air exhaust vents
Do not place your hands or other
objects close to the air outlet port.
• Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not
place your hands or face, or objects which cannot
withstand heat close to this port [allow at least 50
cm (19.7") of space], otherwise burns or damage
could result.
Lamp unit cover
The lamp unit is housed.
MAIN POWER switch (page 22)
Use this switch to turn on “I” and off “O” the main
power applied to the projector.
Remote control receiver window (rear) (page 14)
This also receives the signal beam coming from
the remote control.
POWER ON ( I ) button (page 22)
Turns on the power.
POWER STANDBY ( ) button (page 23)
Switches the power to the “standby” mode.
RGB1 button (page 22)
Switches to RGB1 input.
RGB2 button (page 22)
Switches to RGB2 input.
VIDEO button (page 22)
Switches to video input.
S-VIDEO button (page 22)
Switches to S-VIDEO input.
MENU button (page 27)
Displays and clears the MAIN MENU. It can also
return to the previous screen when the menu is
displayed.
The on-screen display (OSD) selection menu can
be displayed by holding down the menu key for at
least three seconds.
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AUTO SETUP button (page 25)
Pressing this button while projecting an image
automatically corrects the picture positioning on
the screen.
DVI button (page 22)
Switches to DVI-D input.
SHUTTER button (page 25)
Press this button to black out the image
temporarily.
ENTER button (page 27)
Press this button to enter your menu selection or to
run function.
LENS button (page 24)
Switches to the adjustment mode for lens focus,
zoom and shift (position).
Arrow (
) buttons (page 27)
Use to select an item on the menu screen, change
setting and adjust the level.
Also use them to enter the “SECURITY” password.
Side-mounted
connection terminals
R/PR
VIDEO IN
G/Y
S-VIDEO IN
REMOTE 1
IN
B/PB
RGB 1 IN
REMOTE 2 IN
SYNC/HD
VD
IN
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
OUT
DVI-D IN
LAN
OUT
VIDEO IN terminal (page 21)
An input terminal for video signals. (BNC)
S-VIDEO IN terminal (page 21)
An input terminal for S-Video signals.
(MIN4-pin DIN)
This terminal complies with S1 signals and
automatically toggles between 16:9 and 4:3
according to the size of input signals.
RGB 1 input (RGB 1 IN) terminal (page 21)
A terminal to input RGB or YPBPR signals. (BNC)
RGB 2 input (RGB 2 IN) terminal (page 21)
A terminal to input RGB or YPBPR signals. (D-Sub
15-pin female)
DVI-D IN terminal (page 21)
DVI-D signals are applied to this terminal. (24-pin
DVI-D connector)
REMOTE1 lN/OUT terminal (page 15)
When two or more main units are used in the
system, they can be connected and controlled with
M3 stereo mini jack cable available in the market.
REMOTE2 IN terminal (page 49)
The user can remotely control the main unit by
using an external control circuit to this terminal.
(D-Sub 9-pin female)
SERIAL IN terminal (pages 23, 48)
Use the RS-232C serial terminal as an alternative
interface for controlling the projector from your PC.
(D-Sub 9-pin female)
SERIAL OUT terminal (pages 23, 48)
The signal applied to the serial input terminal
appears at this terminal. (D-Sub 9-pin male)
LAN terminal (page 37)
This terminal is used to control the projector from
the PC. (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX compliant)
LAN terminal (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Connect LAN cable.
LAN 10/100 lamp (Yellow)
Lights up when 100BASE-TX
connected.
LAN LINK/ACT lamp (Green)
Lights up when connected.
Flashes when receiving/sending
signals.
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Using the remote control unit
Loading dry cells
When loading batteries into the battery
compartment of the remote control, make sure that
their polarities are correct.
1. Open battery compartment lid.
Open the lid in the order of steps
and
.
Effective range of remote
control operation
The remote control should normally be aimed at either
the front or rear remote control receiver window on
the projector (figure 1). Otherwise, it may also be
aimed at the screen, which will reflect commands
back to the projector’s front receiver window as
illustrated in figure 2.
The effective control range is approx. 30 m (98.4')
from the beam receiver on the front or rear.
Remote
control
2. Insert the dry cells.
Into battery compartment, with their polarities
orientated as indicated ( ,
) in the
compartment.
Accessory type-AA dry
batteries (insert the negative
side first).
30˚
30˚
30˚
30˚
Remote
control
(Rear)
(Front)
[Top view]
Remote
control
15˚
15˚
Remote
control
15˚
[Side view]
Figure 1
3. Close the battery compartment lid.
Replace the battery compartment lid over the
compartment and slide until it clicks.
Screen
Projector
Remote control
receiver window
(front)
Attention • Do not drop the remote control unit.
• Do not expose remote control unit to
any liquid.
• Do not use NiCd batteries.
Remote control
receiver window
(rear)
Remote control
Figure 2
Note
14
15˚
• When the remote control is aimed at
the screen, the effective control range
may be reduced due to the optical loss
by screen reflection.
• The remote control may not function
properly if an object is in the light path.
• The remote control receiver may not
function properly in intense ambient
light such as fluorescent lamps.
Carefully site the projector so its
remote control receiver windows will
not be directly exposed to intense
light.
Setting projector ID number to remote control
Every projector has its ID number and the ID number of the controlling projector must be set to the remote
control in advance so that the user can operate the remote control. The ID number of the projector is set to
“ALL” on shipping, and use the ID ALL button of the remote control when using only a single projector.
Procedure of ID setting
Press the ID SET button, and within five seconds use the number (0 to 9) buttons
to enter the 2-digit ID number set by the projector.
However, if the ID ALL button is pressed, the projector can be controlled regardless of the ID number of the
projector (simultaneous control mode).
Attention • Do not press the ID SET button accidentally or carelessly because the ID number on the remote
control can be set even when no projector is around.
If the ID SET button is pressed, the ID number goes back to the one set before pressing the ID
SET button unless a numeric button is pressed within five seconds after the ID SET button is
pressed.
• Your specified ID number is stored in the remote control unit unless another one is specified later.
However, the stored ID will be erased if the batteries of the remote control are left exhausted.
When the dry cells are replaced, set the same ID number again.
Connect to the projector to use with a cable
When multiple main units are connected in the system, connect the units with the M3 stereo mini jack cable
available in the market to simultaneously control the multiple main units with a single remote control unit through
the REMOTE1 IN/OUT terminal. It is effective to use the wired remote control in the environment in which an
obstacle stands in the light path or where devices are susceptible to outside light.
R/PR
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
REMOTE 1
IN
G/Y
B/PB
RGB 1 IN
REMOTE 2 IN
OUT
Connect to the
secondary projector
M3 stereo mini jack cable
(available in the market)
Attention • Use two-core shielded cable of length smaller than 15 m (49.2'). If the cable length exceeds 15 m
(49.2'), or if the shielding of the cable is inadequate, the operation may be unsatisfactory.
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Installation
Projection schemes
Any of the following four projection schemes can be used depending on user’s needs or viewing conditions.
Use “OPTION2” menu (chosen from the MAIN MENU) to choose the appropriate projection scheme. (page 34)
FLOOR
FRONT
CEILING
REAR
(Default position)
;;;
;
Installation geometry
When planning the projector and screen geometry, refer to the figure below and the information on the next
page for reference. After the projector is roughly positioned, picture size and vertical picture positioning can be
finely adjusted with the powered zoom lens and lens tilt mechanism.
unit : mm, ( ) : inch
Top view
H
200
(7.9)
L
L
SH
185
(7.3)
256
(10.1)
L
100 (3.9)
Screen
100 (3.9)
417-497
(16.4-19.6)
With optional ceiling mount
bracket (ET-PKD56H)
SW
Side view
200 (7.9)
H
Screen
L
SH
SW
H
: Projection distance
: Image height
: Image width
: Distance from center of lens to bottom edge
of projected image.
Attention • Do not place or use one projector on top of another projection unit.
• Leave a clearance of at least 50 cm (19.7") so that the ventilation opening on the rear panel will not be
blocked. (page 59)
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Projection distance by projection lens
Screen aspect ratio 4:3
Lens type
Model number of
projection lens
Throw ratio*1
Projection screen size
Diagonal
Height Width
length
(SH) (SW)
(SD)
1.27 0.76 1.02
(50") [2.50] [3.33]
1.52 0.91 1.22
(60") [3.00] [4.00]
1.78 1.07 1.42
(70") [3.50] [4.67]
2.03 1.22 1.63
(80") [4.00] [5.33]
2.29 1.37 1.83
(90") [4.50] [6.00]
2.54 1.52 2.03
(100") [5.00] [6.66]
3.05 1.83 2.44
(120") [6.00] [8.00]
3.81 2.29 3.05
(150") [7.50] [10.00]
5.08 3.05 4.06
(200") [10.00] [13.33]
6.35 3.81 5.08
(250") [12.50] [16.66]
7.62 4.57 6.10
(300") [15.00] [19.99]
8.89 5.33 7.11
(350") [17.50] [23.33]
10.16 6.10 8.13
(400") [19.99] [26.66]
12.70 7.62 10.16
(500") [24.99] [33.32]
15.24 9.14 12.19
(600") [29.99] [39.99]
Unit : m, ( ) : inch, [ ] : foot
Standard
zoom lens
(1.8–2.5:1)
Minimum Maximum
(LW)
(LT)
1.81
[5.11]
2.18
[7.10]
2.55
[8.40]
2.92
[9.60]
3.29
[10.90]
3.66
[12.00]
4.41
[14.50]
5.52
[18.10]
7.38
[24.20]
9.23
[30.30]
11.09
[36.40]
12.95
[42.50]
14.80
[48.60]
18.51
[60.80]
22.23
[72.11]
2.40
[7.10]
2.89
[9.50]
3.38
[11.10]
3.87
[12.80]
4.36
[14.30]
4.85
[15.10]
5.83
[19.10]
7.30
[23.11]
9.75
[31.11]
12.20
[40.00]
14.65
[48.00]
17.10
[56.10]
19.55
[64.10]
24.45
[80.20]
29.35
[96.30]
Optional lens
Intermediate-focus Long-focus
zoom lens
zoom lens
Wide-angle Wide-angle
fixed-focus
zoom lens
lens
ETET-DLE300
ET-DLE100
ET-DLE200
DLE050
(0.8:1) (1.3–1.8:1)
(2.5–4.0:1)
(3.7–5.7:1)
Projection distance (L)
(L)
0.79
[2.60]
0.96
[3.15]
1.13
[3.69]
1.29
[4.24]
1.46
[4.78]
1.62
[5.33]
1.96
[6.42]
2.45
[8.05]
3.28
[10.77]
–
–
–
–
–
–
Ultra-long-focus
zoom lens
ET-DLE400
(5.7–8.0:1)
Height
position:
H*2
Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum
(LW)
(LT)
(LW)
(LT)
(LW)
(LT)
(LW)
(LT)
1.33
[4.38]
1.61
[5.28]
1.89
[6.19]
2.16
[7.09]
2.44
[8.00]
2.71
[8.90]
3.27
[10.72]
4.09
[13.43]
5.47
[17.96]
6.85
[22.48]
8.23
[27.01]
9.61
[31.54]
10.99
[36.06]
13.75
[45.12]
16.51
[54.17]
1.81
[5.94]
2.18
[7.16]
2.56
[8.38]
2.93
[9.60]
3.30
[10.82]
3.67
[12.04]
4.42
[14.49]
5.53
[18.15]
7.39
[24.25]
9.25
[30.35]
11.11
[36.45]
12.97
[42.55]
14.83
[48.65]
18.55
[60.85]
22.27
[73.05]
2.45
[8.05]
2.96
[9.70]
3.46
[11.36]
3.97
[13.01]
4.47
[14.66]
4.97
[16.32]
5.98
[19.62]
7.49
[24.58]
10.01
[32.85]
12.53
[41.11]
15.05
[49.38]
17.57
[57.64]
20.09
[65.91]
25.13
[82.44]
30.17
[98.97]
4.04
[13.26]
4.87
[15.97]
5.69
[18.67]
6.52
[21.37]
7.34
[24.08]
8.16
[26.78]
9.81
[32.18]
12.28
[40.29]
16.40
[53.81]
20.52
[67.32]
24.64
[80.83]
28.76
[94.35]
32.88
[107.86]
41.12
[134.89]
49.36
[161.91]
3.84
[12.59]
4.63
[15.19]
5.43
[17.80]
6.22
[20.41]
7.02
[23.02]
7.81
[25.62]
9.40
[30.84]
11.79
[38.66]
15.76
[51.70]
19.74
[64.74]
23.71
[77.78]
27.69
[90.81]
31.66
[103.85]
39.61
[129.93]
47.56
[156.00]
6.03
[19.78]
7.26
[23.82]
8.49
[27.86]
9.73
[31.90]
10.96
[35.94]
12.19
[39.98]
14.65
[48.06]
18.35
[60.18]
24.51
[80.39]
30.67
[100.59]
36.83
[120.80]
42.99
[141.00]
49.15
[161.21]
61.47
[201.62]
73.79
[242.03]
5.90
[19.37]
7.08
[23.22]
8.26
[27.08]
9.43
[30.94]
10.61
[34.80]
11.78
[38.65]
14.14
[46.37]
17.66
[57.94]
23.54
[77.23]
29.42
[96.51]
35.30
[115.80]
41.18
[135.08]
47.06
[154.37]
58.82
[192.94]
70.58
[231.52]
8.30
[27.21]
9.94
[32.61]
11.59
[38.01]
13.23
[43.40]
14.88
[48.80]
16.53
[54.20]
19.82
[65.00]
24.76
[81.20]
32.99
[108.19]
41.22
[135.19]
49.45
[162.18]
57.68
[189.17]
65.91
[216.17]
82.37
[270.16]
98.83
[324.15]
0 to 0.38
(0 to 15)
0 to 0.46
(0 to 18)
0 to 0.53
(0 to 21)
0 to 0.61
(0 to 24)
0 to 0.69
(0 to 27)
0 to 0.76
(0 to 30)
0 to 0.91
(0 to 36)
0 to 1.14
(0 to 45)
0 to 1.52
(0 to 60)
0 to 1.91
(0 to 75)
0 to 2.29
(0 to 90)
0 to 2.67
(0 to 105)
0 to 3.05
(0 to 120)
0 to 3.81
(0 to 150)
0 to 4.57
(0 to 180)
*1 The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto an 80-inch screen size.
*2 Lens shift is not available when using the ET-DLE050, and so the height position (H) is SH/2.
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Installation
Screen aspect ratio 16:9
Lens type
Model number of
projection lens
Throw ratio*1
Projection screen size
Diagonal
Height Width
length
(SH) (SW)
(SD)
1.27 0.62 1.11
(50") [2.04] [3.63]
1.52 0.75 1.33
(60") [2.45] [4.36]
1.78 0.87 1.55
(70") [2.86] [5.08]
2.03 1.00 1.77
(80") [3.27] [5.81]
2.29 1.12 1.99
(90") [3.68] [6.54]
2.54 1.25 2.21
(100") [4.08] [7.26]
3.05 1.49 2.66
(120") [4.90] [8.71]
3.81 1.87 3.32
(150") [6.13] [10.89]
5.08 2.49 4.43
(200") [8.17] [14.52]
6.35 3.11 5.53
(250") [10.21] [18.15]
7.62 3.74 6.64
(300") [12.25] [21.78]
8.89 4.36 7.75
(350") [14.30] [25.41]
10.16 4.98 8.86
(400") [16.34] [29.05]
12.70 6.23 11.07
(500") [20.42] [36.31]
15.24 7.47 13.28
(600") [24.51] [43.57]
Unit : m, ( ) : inch, [ ] : foot
Standard
zoom lens
(1.8–2.5:1)
Minimum Maximum
(LW)
(LT)
1.97
[6.58]
2.38
[7.91]
2.78
[9.24]
3.19
[10.56]
3.59
[11.89]
3.99
[13.22]
4.80
[15.87]
6.02
[19.85]
8.04
[26.48]
10.06
[33.12]
12.08
[39.75]
14.11
[46.38]
16.13
[53.01]
20.17
[66.28]
24.22
[79.55]
2.62
[8.70]
3.15
[10.45]
3.69
[12.20]
4.22
[13.96]
4.75
[15.71]
5.29
[17.46]
6.35
[20.96]
7.96
[26.21]
10.62
[34.96]
13.29
[43.72]
15.96
[52.47]
18.63
[61.22]
21.30
[69.98]
26.64
[87.48]
31.97
[104.99]
Optional lens
Intermediate-focus Long-focus
zoom lens
zoom lens
Wide-angle Wide-angle
fixed-focus
zoom lens
lens
ETET-DLE300
ET-DLE100
ET-DLE200
DLE050
(0.8:1) (1.3–1.8:1)
(2.5–4.0:1)
(3.7–5.7:1)
Projection distance (L)
(L)
0.87
[2.85]
1.05
[3.44]
1.23
[4.04]
1.41
[4.63]
1.59
[5.22]
1.77
[5.82]
2.14
[7.01]
2.68
[8.79]
3.58
[11.76]
–
–
–
–
–
–
Ultra-long-focus
zoom lens
ET-DLE400
(5.7–8.0:1)
Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum
(LW)
(LT)
(LW)
(LT)
(LW)
(LT)
(LW)
(LT)
1.46
[4.79]
1.76
[5.78]
2.06
[6.76]
2.36
[7.75]
2.66
[8.74]
2.96
[9.72]
3.57
[11.70]
4.47
[14.66]
5.97
[19.60]
7.48
[24.53]
8.98
[29.47]
10.49
[34.41]
11.99
[39.34]
15.00
[49.22]
18.01
[59.09]
1.98
[6.49]
2.38
[7.81]
2.79
[9.14]
3.19
[10.47]
3.60
[11.80]
4.00
[13.13]
4.81
[15.78]
6.03
[19.77]
8.05
[26.41]
10.08
[33.05]
12.10
[39.70]
14.13
[46.34]
16.15
[52.98]
20.20
[66.26]
24.25
[79.55]
2.68
[8.79]
3.23
[10.59]
3.78
[12.39]
4.33
[14.19]
4.88
[15.99]
5.42
[17.79]
6.52
[21.39]
8.17
[26.80]
10.91
[35.80]
13.66
[44.80]
16.40
[53.81]
19.15
[62.81]
21.89
[71.81]
27.38
[89.82]
32.87
[107.83]
4.41
[14.48]
5.31
[17.42]
6.21
[20.37]
7.11
[23.31]
8.01
[26.26]
8.90
[29.21]
10.70
[35.10]
13.39
[43.93]
17.88
[58.66]
22.37
[73.39]
26.86
[88.11]
31.35
[102.84]
35.84
[117.57]
44.82
[147.02]
53.80
[176.48]
4.19
[13.75]
5.06
[16.59]
5.92
[19.43]
6.79
[22.27]
7.66
[25.11]
8.52
[27.95]
10.25
[33.63]
12.85
[42.15]
17.18
[56.36]
21.51
[70.56]
25.84
[84.76]
30.17
[98.96]
34.50
[113.17]
43.16
[141.57]
51.82
[169.98]
6.58
[21.58]
7.92
[25.98]
9.26
[30.38]
10.61
[34.78]
11.95
[39.19]
13.29
[43.59]
15.97
[52.39]
20.00
[65.60]
26.71
[87.61]
33.42
[109.61]
40.13
[131.62]
46.84
[153.63]
53.55
[175.64]
66.97
[219.66]
80.39
[263.68]
6.43
[21.09]
7.71
[25.29]
8.99
[29.49]
10.27
[33.69]
11.55
[37.90]
12.83
[42.10]
15.40
[50.50]
19.24
[63.11]
25.64
[84.11]
32.05
[105.12]
38.45
[126.13]
44.86
[147.14]
51.26
[168.15]
64.07
[210.16]
76.88
[252.18]
9.03
[29.62]
10.82
[35.50]
12.62
[41.38]
14.41
[47.26]
16.20
[53.14]
18.00
[59.02]
21.58
[70.79]
26.96
[88.43]
35.93
[117.83]
44.89
[147.24]
53.86
[176.64]
62.82
[206.05]
71.79
[235.46]
89.72
[294.27]
107.65
[353.08]
*1 The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto an 80-inch screen size.
*2 Lens shift is not available when using the ET-DLE050, and so the height position (H) is SH/2.
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Height
position:
H*2
-0.10 to 0.31
(-4 1/4 to 12 1/4)
-0.12 to 0.37
(-4 29/32 to 14 45/64)
-0.15 to 0.44
(-5 23/32 to 17 5/32)
-0.17 to 0.50
(-6 17/32 to 19 39/64)
-0.19 to 0.56
(-7 23/64 to 22 1/16)
-0.21 to 0.62
(-8 11/64 to 24 33/64)
-0.25 to 0.75
(-9 13/16 to 29 27/64)
-0.31 to 0.93
(-12 1/4 to 36 49/64)
-0.42 to 1.25
(-16 11/32 to 49 1/32)
-0.52 to 1.56
(-20 27/64 to 61 9/32)
-0.62 to 1.87
(-24 33/64 to 73 35/64)
-0.73 to 2.18
(-28 19/32 to 85 51/64)
-0.83 to 2.49
(-32 11/32 to 98 3/64)
-1.04 to 3.11
(-40 55/64 to 122 9/16)
-1.25 to 3.74
(-49 1/32 to 147 5/64)
Calculation formulas for projection distance by lens types
(L, LW, LT : m
Lens type
4:3
Standard
zoom lens
16:9
Wide-angle fixedfocus lens
Model No. :
ET-DLE050
Wide-angle
zoom lens
Model No. :
ET-DLE100
Intermediate-focus Model No. :
zoom lens
ET-DLE200
Long-focus
zoom lens
Model No. :
ET-DLE300
Ultra-long-focus
zoom lens
Model No. :
ET-DLE400
Note
Aspect ratio
4:3
16:9
4:3
16:9
4:3
16:9
4:3
16:9
4:3
16:9
SD : inch)
Projection distance (L) formula
Minimum (LW)
L=0.0371 x SD-0.0507
Maximum (LT)
L=0.0490 x SD-0.0500
Minimum (LW)
L=1.8270 x SD-0.0507
Maximum (LT)
L=2.4110 x SD-0.0500
L=0.0166 x SD-0.0361
L=0.0181 x SD-0.0361
Minimum (LW)
L=0.0276 x SD-0.0452
Maximum (LT)
L=0.0372 x SD-0.0478
Minimum (LW)
L=0.0301 x SD-0.0452
Maximum (LT)
L=0.0405 x SD-0.0478
Minimum (LW)
L=0.0504 x SD-0.0657
Maximum (LT)
L=0.0824 x SD-0.0758
Minimum (LW)
L=0.0549 x SD-0.0657
Maximum (LT)
L=0.0898 x SD-0.0758
Minimum (LW)
L=0.0795 x SD-0.1380
Maximum (LT)
L=0.1232 x SD-0.1310
Minimum (LW)
L=0.0866 x SD-0.1380
Maximum (LT)
L=0.1342 x SD-0.1310
Minimum (LW)
L=0.1176 x SD+0.0244
Maximum (LT)
L=0.1646 x SD+0.0651
Minimum (LW)
L=0.1281 x SD+0.0244
Maximum (LT)
L=0.1793 x SD+0.0651
• The dimensions in the table in pages 17, 18 and the values obtained from the above formulas may
contain slight errors.
• When an SXGA signal is input and projected, the right and left ends of the picture will be blanked
and the aspect ratio will be 5:4.
• The brightness is different between the wide lens position settings and telephoto lens position
settings.
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Connection
Setup precautions
• Before connecting any of your video/audio equipment to the projector, carefully read the owners manual
supplied with the equipment once again.
• All cable connections should be made with the entire system devices, including the projector, first turned off.
• Obtain commercial interconnecting cables for devices supplied with no accessory or optional interconnect
cables.
• Video signals containing too much jitter may cause the images on the screen to randomly wobble or shake.
Inserting a time base corrector (TBC) in the projector’s video line will relieve this problem.
• The projector only accepts composite-video, S-Video, analog-RGB (with TTL sync. level) and digital signal.
• Some PC models are not compatible with PT-D5700U/PT-D5700UL/PT-DW5100U/PT-DW5100UL projectors.
• When using long cables to connect various equipment to the projector, there is a possibility that the image will
not be output correctly unless a compensator is used.
• The pin assignments on the S-VIDEO IN terminal are
as follows:
Pin No.
• The pin assignments on the DVI-D input terminal
are as follows (interface with DVI-D output
terminal on PC):
Signal
Ground (luminance)
Ground (color)
Luminance signal
Color signal
Viewed from mating side
Viewed from mating side
Pin No.
• The pin assignments on the RGB2 input terminal are
as follows:
Pin No.
Viewed from mating side
Pin
Pins
20
: Not used.
- ,
and
: Ground
Signal
R/PR
G/G · SYNC/Y
B/PB
HD/SYNC
VD
Signal
T. M. D. S data 2–
T. M. D. S data 2+
T. M. D. S data 2
shield
DDC clock
DDC data
T. M. D. S data 1–
T. M. D. S data 1+
T. M. D. S data 1
shield
Pin No.
Signal
+5 V
Ground
Hot plug sense
T. M. D. S data 0–
T. M. D. S data 0+
T. M. D. S data 0
shield
T. M. D. S clock
shield
T. M. D. S clock+
T. M. D. S clock–
• The DVI-D input terminal supports single link only.
• EDID settings may be needed depending on the DVI
equipment being connected. (page 33)
• The DVI-D input terminal can be used to connect to a
DVI equipment, but note that images may not appear
or the projector may not work properly when
connected to certain DVI equipment.
• This projector supports HDCP.
Example of connecting with AV products
DVD player
DVD player
Digital Hi-vision video deck
with DVI/HDMI terminal
Video deck
R/PR
VIDEO IN
G/Y
S-VIDEO IN
REMOTE 1
IN
B/PB
SYNC/HD
RGB 1 IN
REMOTE 2 IN
DVI-D Cable or HDMI-DVI
conversion cable
(available in the market)
VD
IN
SERIAL
DVI-D IN
RGB 2 IN
OUT
LAN
Control PC
OUT
D-Sub 9-pin straight cable
Red (Connect PR)
Blue (Connect PB)
Green(Connect Y)
Digital Hi-vision video deck
Attention • When connecting with a video deck, be sure to use the one with a built-in time base corrector
(TBC) or use a TBC between the projector and the video deck.
• If nonstandard burst signals are connected, the image may be distorted. If this is the case, connect
a TBC between the projector and the video deck.
• The EDID settings may be needed depending on the equipment connected when DVI-D signals
are input. (Refer to page 33.)
Example of connecting with PCs
PC
PC
PC with
DVI-D terminal
Control PC
DVI-D Cable (available in the market)
R/PR
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
REMOTE 1
IN
Note
OUT
G/Y
B/PB
RGB 1 IN
REMOTE 2 IN
SYNC/HD
VD
IN
R/PR
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
OUT
DVI-D IN
LAN
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
REMOTE 1
IN
G/Y
B/PB
RGB 1 IN
REMOTE 2 IN
SYNC/HD
VD
IN
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
OUT
DVI-D IN
LAN
OUT
• For the specifications of the RGB signals that can be applied from the PC, see the data sheet on
page 58.
• If your PC has the resume feature (last memory), the computer may not function properly until the
resume capability is disabled.
• When the SYNC ON GREEN signal is input, do not input sync signals to the SYNC/HD and VD
terminals.
• The EDID settings may be needed depending on the equipment connected when DVI-D signals
are input. (Refer to page 33.)
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Projection
R/PR
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
REMOTE 1
IN
G/Y
B/PB
RGB 1 IN
REMOTE 2 IN
SYNC/HD
VD
IN
SE
OUT
Powering up the projector
When using an optional lens, install a projection
lens before powering up the projector. (Refer to
page 24.)
Remove the lens cover beforehand.
Connect the supplied power cord.
(120 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz)
Press the “ I ” marked side of the MAIN
POWER switch to turn on the power.
The power indicator lights up red, and the projector is
placed in the standby mode.
Press the “ I ” button. [on the main unit
or the remote control]
The power indicator illuminates in green and soon
the image is projected on the screen.
Note
• If the projector is powered up at about 0 ˚C,
a warm-up period of approximately five
minutes may be necessary to start
projection.
The temperature monitor (TEMP) lights
during the warm-up period.
When the warm-up is completed, the
temperature monitor (TEMP) turns off and
the image is projected on the screen.
• If the surrounding temperature is very low
and the warm-up period exceeds five
minutes, the control determines it as an
abnormal condition and turns off the
power automatically. If this happens, raise
the surrounding temperature to 0 °C or
higher and then turn the main power “on”
and turn the power “on” ( | ).
Making adjustment and
selection
It is recommended that the projector be allowed to
warm up for at least 30 minutes before any
adjustments are made to the focus.
<Using the remote control>
Press the FOCUS button to roughly
adjust the focus of the lens.*
Set the projection scheme in
“INSTALLATION” setting. (page 34)
Select the input signal by pressing the
input selector button to toggle through
RGB1, RGB2, VIDEO, S-VIDEO and DVI-D.
Turn the feet, and adjust the tilt of the
main unit in the front and rear or left
and right.
Use the lens left/right adjustment dial to
adjust the direction of the lens. (page 25)
Press the SHIFT button to adjust the
“SHIFT”.*
Press the AUTO SETUP button if the
input signal is RGB/DVI signal. (page 25)
Press the ZOOM button to fit the image
size to the screen size.*
Press the FOCUS button again to adjust
the “FOCUS”.*
Press the ZOOM button again to adjust
the “ZOOM” and fit the image size to
the screen size.*
* When operating at the projector, please refer to page
24.
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Powering off the projector
Direct power off function
Press the POWER STANDBY “
button.
The power supplied internally causes the cooling
fan to continue operating and cool off in the event
that the power has failed or even after the power
cord is accidentally disconnected immediately after
the power has been turned off.
”
Select “OK” with
or
button and
press the ENTER button.
(Or press the POWER STANDBY “ ”
button again.)
The projection of the image stops, and the power
indicator of the main unit lights up orange. (The
cooling fan keeps running.)
Wait until the power indicator of the
main unit turns to red (i.e., until the
cooling fan stops).
Note
• When the lamp has been cooled by the
direct power off function, it sometimes
takes longer than usual for the lamp to
light up again.
• While the cooling fan is operating, do not
place the projector inside a box or bag.
Press the “ ” marked side of the MAIN
POWER switch to remove all power
from the projector.
Attention • Do not turn the power supply off and
then immediately back on again.
Turning on the power supply may not light
up the light source lamp if the lamp is in
the process of cooling down after turning
off the power supply. To light up the lamp,
turn on the power supply again when the
lamp has been cooled sufficiently.
Turning on the power supply with the lamp
in the hot condition may shorten the lamp
life.
Note
• The projector consumes approximately 10
watts of power even in standby mode after
the cooling fan stops. (Power indicator lit
in red.)
• If you re-power the projector after shutting
off the main power inadvertently, the
projection lamp may remain unlit. Please
turn the main power on again after a while.
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How to install and remove
the projection lens
How to install the
projection lens
Align the guide of the projection lens
with the guide groove in the main unit.
Turn the lens clockwise until it clicks
into place.
Guide groove Guide
How to adjust the lens
How to adjust the FOCUS,
ZOOM and SHIFT
The focus, zoom and up/down position of the
images projected on the screen can be adjusted
while the projector is positioned appropriately in
relation to the screen.
At the projector
Press LENS on the control panel on
the main unit.
Pressing the button changes the setup screen
in the order of “FOCUS”, “ZOOM” and “SHIFT”.
Press
and adjust it.
to select an item
Using the remote control
Guide groove
Guide
Lens signal contact
Press LENS (FOCUS/ZOOM/SHIFT)
on the remote control.
Projection lens
Attention • Turn the lens counterclockwise and
confirm that the lens does not come
off.
How to remove the
projection lens
Turn the lens counterclockwise as
far as it will go.
While holding down the lens release
button, turn the lens further
counterclockwise.
Remove the lens.
Lens release button
Note
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• Before replacing the lens, turn off the
projector’s power.
• Do not touch the lens signal contact.
Dust or dirt may cause defective
contact.
• Do not touch the surface of the
projection lens with your bare hands.
• Store the replaced lens where it will
be free from vibration and impact.
When the FOCUS button is pressed :
The focus is adjusted.
When the ZOOM button is pressed :
The zoom is adjusted.
When the SHIFT button is pressed :
The shift is adjusted.
Press
and adjust it.
to select an item
Caution
Be careful not to catch your fingers between the
lens and shroud when shifting the lens.
Note
• When a lens without zoom functions
is used, the lens zoom adjustment
menu will still displayed, but no
operations can be performed using
the items on this menu.
• By shifting the lens up/down position,
it is possible to make adjustments
upward or downward from the
standard position in the direction of
the upper 50 % of the projected
screen height. However, when using
ET-DLE050 lens, the shift adjustment
is not possible.
• Operations can be performed faster
by holding down the
buttons
for about 3 or more seconds.
• Do not adjust the lens focus in the
initial period (within 30 minutes) after
switching on.
• A warm-up period of at least 30 minutes
is recommended before using the
projector.
How to adjust the lens
position to the left or right
When the lens left/right adjustment dial is turned
clockwise, the screen moves toward the left;
conversely, when it is turned counterclockwise, it
moves toward the right. The maximum travel
distance toward the left or right is about 10 % of
the projection screen width.
The screen
moves toward
the right
The screen
moves toward
the left
Lens left/right
adjustment dial
Maximum
adjustment
position
Attention • Move the lens left/right adjustment dial
to any position up to the maximum
adjustment position to make the
adjustment. Turning the dial with undue
force may cause malfunctioning.
Automatic adjustment
(AUTO SETUP)
Automatic adjustment function adjust the resolution,
clock phase and image position automatically when
dots-structured analog RGB signals such as computer
signal are supplied. (Automatic adjustment is not
available if moving picture input signals or signals
having a dot clock frequency of more than 150 MHz
are supplied.) When DVI signals are input, the image
position is adjusted automatically.
It is recommended to supply images with a bright white
frame at the outermost periphery containing characters
etc. that are clear in white and black contrast when the
system is in automatic adjustment mode. Avoid
supplying images that involve halftones or gradation
such as photographs and computer graphics.
Note
• “CLOCK PHASE” may have been shifted
even when the adjustment ended
normally. In this case, manually adjust the
“CLOCK PHASE”.
• Automatic adjustments cannot be
performed when images with blurred
edges or dark images are input.
With Composite sync and G-SYNC sync
signals and some types of PCs, it may not
be possible to perform these automatic
adjustments.
In this case, manually adjust the items of
“INPUT RESOLUTION”, “CLOCK PHASE”
and “SHIFT”.
• Image may be disturbed for about 4
seconds during automatic adjustment,
which is not an abnormal error.
Status function
Using the SHUTTER function
This shows the projector status. It can also be used to
send information about the projector’s status via Email.
If the projector is not going to be used for a certain
period of time such as while a meeting is on a break or
preparations are being made, the mechanical shutter
can be used to hide the images temporarily.
Press the STATUS button on the remote
control.
STATUS
INPUT
PROJECTOR RUNTIME
LAMP1
LAMP2
INTAKE-AIR TEMP.
OPTICS MODULE TEMP.
TEMP. AROUND LAMP
MAIN VERSION
NETWORK VERSION
REMOTE2
XGA60
RGB1
48.36kHz/60.00Hz
33h
13h/ ON/
13h/ ON/
25 °C / 77 °F
37 °C / 98 °F
37 °C / 98 °F
1.00.00
1.00
DISABLE
Press the SHUTTER button of the
remote control or the main unit.
The image is turned off.
Press the SHUTTER button again.
The image comes back.
SEND STATUS VIA E-MAIL
EXIT
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On-screen menus
Structure of menu screens
Menus are extensively used for configuring, adjusting or reconfiguring the projector.
The menus structure is as follows:
MAIN MENU
PICTURE (page 28)
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
OPTION1
OPTION2
TEST PATTERN
NETWORK
SECURITY
For RGB signals
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR TEMP
WHITE GAIN
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
AI
SYSTEM SELECTOR
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
For DVI signals
GRAPHIC
0
0
DEFAULT
+10
OFF
+6
1
ON
AUTO
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR TEMP
WHITE GAIN
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
AI
GRAPHIC
0
0
DEFAULT
+10
OFF
+6
1
ON
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
SECURITY (page 47)
For S-Video/Video/YPBPR signals
NETWORK (page 37)
NETWORK
HOST NAME
DHCP
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
NETWORK STATUS
STORE
PROJECTOR
OFF
192.168. 0. 8
255.255.255. 0
192.168. 0. 1
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP
WHITE GAIN
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
AI
SYSTEM SELECTOR
STANDARD
0
0
0
0
DEFAULT
+6
OFF
+6
1
ON
AUTO
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
MENU SELECT
ADJUST
POSITION (page 29)
TEST PATTERN (page 36)
OPTION2 (page 34)
OPTION2
PROJECTOR ID
INSTALLATION
ALTITUDE
DIRECTION
LAMP SELECT
LAMP RELAY
RS-232C
SYSTEM INFORMATION
AUTO POWER OFF
DATE AND TIME
PASSWORD
ALL
FRONT-FLOOR
LOW
HORIZONTAL
DUAL
OFF
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AUTO
1
XGA
SXGA
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
OPTION1 (page 32)
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
RASTER POSITION
XGA MODE
SXGA MODE
POSITION
SHIFT
ASPECT
ZOOM
CLOCK PHASE
KEYSTONE
DISABLE
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
OPTION1
COLOR CORRECTION
CONTRAST MODE
AUTO SIGNAL
BACK COLOR
STARTUP LOGO
SUB MEMORY LIST
DVI EDID
DVI SIGNAL LEVEL
FUNC1
OSD POSITION
OSD MEMORY
ADVANCED MENU
(page 30)
USER
NORMAL
OFF
BLUE
OFF
EDID2:PC
0-255:PC
DISPLAY LANGUAGE (page 31)
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
日本語
中文
1
ON
SELECT
SET
4:3
+16
Basic menu operations
Press the MENU button.
The MAIN MENU appears on the screen.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
OPTION1
OPTION2
TEST PATTERN
NETWORK
SECURITY
• Pressing the MENU button returns the screen to
the previous menu page.
• When the MAIN MENU is on the screen, pressing
the MENU button clears all menus from the screen.
Menu items shown in
black characters
• Some menu items may not be valid for certain
signal formats applied to the projector.
The menu items that cannot be adjusted or used
are shown in black characters, and they cannot be
selected.
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
Select (highlight) the desired item with
the
or
button.
Selected items are displayed in yellow.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
OPTION1
OPTION2
TEST PATTERN
NETWORK
SECURITY
Menu items setting
• The bottom prompt line differs on each menu
depending on the selected menu option:
• A prompt “
CHANGE” appears when
changing the setting.
• A prompt “
ADJUST ” appears for a
separate bar graph.
Resetting to the factory
default
DEFAULT button is used to reset all of the projector
adjustment values to the default levels which were
set at the time of shipment from the factory.
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
Press the ENTER button to enter your
selection.
The submenu for the selected option will now open.
(e.g. : POSITION Menu)
POSITION
SHIFT
ASPECT
ZOOM
CLOCK PHASE
KEYSTONE
Returning to the previous
page
4:3
+16
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP
WHITE GAIN
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
AI
SYSTEM SELECTOR
STANDARD
0
0
0
0
DEFAULT
+6
OFF
+6
1
ON
AUTO
MENU SELECT
ADJUST
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
Highlight the desired adjustment item
with the
or
buttons, then change
the parameter value with the
or
buttons.
(Example of separate adjustment screen)
+16
CLOCK PHASE
• If no button is operated for approx. 5 seconds
while a bar graph is displayed, the screen will
return to the previous page.
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Adjusting the picture
• For RGB signals
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR TEMP
WHITE GAIN
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
AI
SYSTEM SELECTOR
CONTRAST
GRAPHIC
0
0
DEFAULT
+10
OFF
+6
1
ON
AUTO
“CONTRAST” is used to adjust the contrast ratio.
: Raises the contrast ratio.
: Lowers the contrast ratio.
BRIGHTNESS
“BRIGHTNESS” is used to adjust the black level.
: Raises the picture brightness.
: Lowers the picture brightness.
COLOR
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
(For S-Video/Video/YPBPR signals only)
• For DVI signals
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR TEMP
WHITE GAIN
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
AI
GRAPHIC
0
0
DEFAULT
+10
OFF
+6
1
ON
: Deepens colors.
: Weakens colors.
TINT
(For S-Video/Video/YPBPR signals only)
“TINT” is used to adjust human skin.
: Adjusts skin tone toward greenish color.
: Adjusts skin tone toward reddish-purple.
COLOR TEMP
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
• For S-Video/Video/YPBPR signals
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP
WHITE GAIN
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
AI
SYSTEM SELECTOR
STANDARD
0
0
0
0
DEFAULT
+6
OFF
+6
1
ON
AUTO
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
PICTURE MODE
The picture mode can be selected from the
following depending on viewing conditions and the
video signal source in use:
DYNAMIC : Picture brightness/contrast ratio is
increased to suit brighter viewing
environments.
GRAPHIC : The picture becomes suitable for
input from to the personal
computer.
STANDARD : The picture becomes suitable for
moving images in general.
CINEMA
: The picture becomes suitable for
movie sources.
NATURAL : The picture becomes suitable for
use in a dark room.
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The color temperature is adjusted when the white
areas of images take on a reddish or bluish hue.
DEFAULT: This is the standard setting.
USER
: The RGB values of the white balance
are set separately.
Press the ENTER button, select
“WHITE BALANCE HIGH” or “WHITE
BALANCE LOW”, and proceed with
the detailed settings.
: The colors of the selected item
are darkened.
: The colors of the selected item
are lightened.
MIDDLE : The white areas take on a slightly
reddish hue.
HIGH
: The white areas take on a more
bluish-white hue.
WHITE GAIN
The brightness of white parts of the image can be
adjusted.
: The intensity of white color increases.
: Reverts to natural image.
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
This adjusts the vividness of the projected images
when the projector is used under bright lighting.
OFF : “SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW” is disabled.
1
: Low
2
: Middle
3
: High
Adjusting the position
SHARPNESS
“SHARPNESS” is used to adjust the crispness of
the image.
: Sharpens the edge of the image.
: Softens the edge of the image.
POSITION
SHIFT
ASPECT
ZOOM
CLOCK PHASE
KEYSTONE
4:3
+16
NOISE REDUCTION
In this mode, the video noise is reduced.
OFF : No correction
1
: Low
2
: Middle
3
: High
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
SHIFT
AI
Gray scale control is exercised to suit the images,
and optimal images with a clear contrast are
projected.
ON : AI compensation is enabled.
OFF : AI compensation is disabled.
SYSTEM SELECTOR
Set this according to the connected signal system.
(S-Video/Video terminal input signal)
AUTO : This is the standard setting. The
received signal system is automatically
identified.
AUTO
NTSC
NTSC4.43
PAL
PAL60
SECAM
PAL-N
PAL-M
Note
• When signal deterioration or other
factors prevent images from being
displayed correctly with the “AUTO”
setting, change the setting to match
the connected signal system.
(RGB1/RGB2 terminal input signals)
AUTO : This is the standard setting. The
received signal system is automatically
identified.
When VGA60/480p signals are input
AUTO
VGA60
YCBCR
480pRGB
When other than VGA60/480p are input
AUTO
RGB
YPBPR (YCBCR)
For the signals which are supported, refer to page
58.
The position where the images are displayed can
be moved here.
: The position is moved horizontally.
: The position is moved vertically.
ASPECT
AUTO : (For S-Video/Video signals only)
At this setting, when S1 video signals*1 are
identified as being input to the S-Video
connector or video ID signals are identified
as being input to the video connector, the
images are displayed after automatically
being converted to the 16:9 aspect ratio.
16:9 : At this setting, when standard signals
are input*2, the images are converted to
the 16:9 aspect ratio and displayed.
When wide-screen signals are input*3,
the images are displayed with their
inherent aspect ratio intact.
4:3
: At this setting, when standard signals are
input*2, the images are displayed with their
inherent aspect ratio intact. When widescreen signals are input*3, the input aspect
ratio is displayed unchanged.
S4:3 : Select this setting when using a 16:9 screen.
H FIT : Pictures are displayed using all the panel
pixels in the horizontal direction. When a
signal has an aspect ratio taller than that of
the panel pixel*4, the image will be displayed
with the top and bottom portions cut off.
V FIT : Pictures are displayed using all the panel
pixels in the vertical direction. When a signal
has an aspect ratio wider than that of the
panel pixel*4, the image will be displayed with
the left and right sides cut off.
HV FIT : The image is displayed on all the panel
pixels*4. When the aspect ratio of the input
signal is different from that of the panel
pixel*4, the signal is transformed to the aspect
ratio of the panel pixel*4 and then displayed.
*1 S1 video signals are 16:9 video signals to which is added the
detection signal output from the video deck or other unit which
supports the wide-screen format.
2
* Here, the standard signal means 4:3 or 5:4 input signals.
3
* Here, the wide-screen signals means 16:9, 15:9 or 15:10 input
signals.
*4 The panel pixel aspect ratio is 4:3.
Attention • If you choose an aspect ratio that does
not match the source video’s aspect
ratio, you will see a picture with an
aspect ratio not the same as that of
the original picture. Choose the
appropriate aspect ratio carefully to
match that of the original picture.
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Adjusting the position
Note
• If the picture size is compressed or
enlarged by using the 16:9 aspect ratio
when the projector is used for
profitable purpose or in the presence
of an audience (for example, in a
coffee shop or at a hotel etc.), it may
infringe the rights of the copyright
owner of the original picture.
• If a picture with the standard (4:3)
aspect ratio is projected at a wide
aspect ratio, parts of the picture may run
over the screen bounds or the overall
picture may be distorted. To view the
picture at its original aspect ratio,
choose the standard 4:3 aspect ratio.
ZOOM
This enables the enlargement ratio to be changed
and the resulting enlarged image displayed.
: The enlargement ratio in the horizontal
direction is changed.
: The enlargement ratio in the vertical
direction is changed.
CLOCK PHASE
(For RGB/YPBPR signals only)
Clock phase adjustment allows the user to minimize
visible noise with the
or
button.
Note • When projecting signals whose dot
clock frequency is 150 MHz or higher,
the noise may not disappear even
when the clock phase is adjusted.
• Clock phase adjustment is not
available for digital signals.
How to use ADVANCED MENU
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
RASTER POSITION
XGA MODE
SXGA MODE
AUTO
1
XGA
SXGA
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
Increase the vertical resolution when the S-Video/
Video signal input or 480i, 576i, 1080/60i or
1080/50i signal input is applied.
AUTO : Performs automatic detection and
cinema processing. (factory default)
OFF : Unforced cinema processing
25p FIXED:
Forced cinema processing (2:2 pulldown)
is performed when a PAL and SECAM,
or 576i or 1080/50i signal is input.
30p FIXED:
Forced cinema processing (2:2
pulldown) is performed when a NTSC,
480i or 1080/60i signal is input.
Note
• In “DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY”, the
image quality will be deteriorated if
“30p FIXED” or “25p FIXED” is
selected when the signal is not a 2:2
pulldown signal. (The vertical
resolution will be deteriorated.)
KEYSTONE
BLANKING
KEYSTONE : Keystone distortion can be corrected only
along either horizontal bound of the picture.
button:
button:
You can perform fine adjustments for blanking if
noise appears at the ends of the screen or the
image protrudes out of the screen during image
projection using a video deck and so on.
: Select the UPPER, LOWER, LEFT or
RIGHT adjustment.
: Adjust the blanking width.
• Keystone distortion can be corrected to
±30 ° of the angle of tilt for the projector.
However, the greater the correction
amount, the more the picture quality will
deteriorate, and the harder it will become
to achieve a good level of focus. To
obtain the best picture quality, set up the
projector and screen in such a way that
the amount of keystone correction
required is as minimal as possible.
• The picture size will also change when
correction of keystone distortion is carried out.
LINEARITY : After you are finished with keystone
adjustment, adjust vertical linearity
with the
or
button.
Linearity is not adjustable if no correction
was made to keystone distortion.
Note
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For upper adjustment
For lower adjustment
For left adjustment
For right adjustment
INPUT RESOLUTION
RASTER POSITION
Input resolution adjustment achieves the best
image when the screen flickers or halo is observed
around the contour.
: These select the items listed below.
: These select the value.
“TOTAL DOTS”, “DISPLAY DOTS”, “TOTAL
LINES” and “DISPLAY LINES”
Each item automatically displays a value in
response to the type of the input signal. If vertical
stripes appear on the screen or the image is partly
missing, increase or decrease the displayed value
while observing the screen to achieve the optimal
value.
When the whole area where the input picture can
be displayed is not used, the picture can be moved
to any position inside the display area.
Note
• The abovementioned vertical stripes
will not appear on the screen when all
white signals are input.
• The picture may be distorted during the
adjusting operation, but this is not a fault.
• The input resolution can be adjusted
only when RGB signal input is applied
with RGB1 and RGB2 IN.
• Automatic adjustment is not available
if signals having a dot clock frequency
of more than 150 MHz are supplied.
: These adjust the value in the horizontal
direction.
: These adjust the value in the vertical
direction.
XGA MODE
This mode takes effect only when XGA (RGB)
signals are input.
XGA : This is the standard setting.
WXGA : Select this mode when WXGA signals
are input.
SXGA MODE
This mode takes effect only when SXGA (RGB)
signals are input.
SXGA : This is the standard setting.
SXGA+: Select this when the screen is cut off.
CLAMP POSITION
(For RGB/YPBPR signals only)
Use the clamp position adjustment to achieve the
optimal value when dark areas of the image are
crushed or displayed in green.
Adjust with the
buttons.
The value changes from 0 to 255.
The optimal value for the clamp position adjustment
• If dark areas are crushed:
The optimal value is the point where the dark
area is best improved.
• If the dark areas are displayed in green:
The optimal value is the point where the
green area becomes dark and clear.
Note
• The clamp position can be adjusted
only when the RGB signal input is
applied with RGB1 and RGB2 IN.
Changing the display language
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
日本語
中文
SELECT
SET
Menus, setting items, adjustment screens, and
control button names will be displayed in the
language the user chooses.
The available languages are:
ENGLISH, DEUTSCH, FRANÇAIS, ESPAÑOL,
ITALIANO,
,
,
,
.
Note
• The projector’s on-screen display is
set to the English language by default.
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OPTION1 settings
OPTION1
COLOR CORRECTION
CONTRAST MODE
AUTO SIGNAL
BACK COLOR
STARTUP LOGO
SUB MEMORY LIST
DVI EDID
DVI SIGNAL LEVEL
FUNC1
OSD POSITION
OSD MEMORY
USER
NORMAL
OFF
BLUE
OFF
EDID2:PC
0-255:PC
1
ON
You can set the colors of the screen when no signal
is input to the projector.
BLUE : Set screen color to blue.
BLACK : Set screen color to black.
LOGO1 : The picture registered by the user will
be projected.
LOGO2 : The Panasonic logo is projected.
STARTUP LOGO
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
COLOR CORRECTION
OFF : This is the standard setting.
USER : The six colors of red, green, blue, cyan,
magenta and yellow can be adjusted
and registered for each of four signal
systems: Video, S-Video, RGB and
YPBPR.
Press the ENTER button to make the
detailed settings.
COLOR CORRECTION
RGB
0
0
0
0
0
0
R
G
B
Cy
Mg
Ye
BACK COLOR
MENU SELECT
ADJUST
The current signal system is displayed.
CONTRAST MODE
There are two modes for adjusting to the operating
environment.
NORMAL : The brightness is set to maximum.
HIGH
: The contrast is set to maximum.
This sets the startup logo that is projected when the
power is turned on.
LOGO2 : This is the standard setting. The
Panasonic logo is projected.
NONE : “STARTUP LOGO” is disabled.
LOGO1 : The picture registered by the user will
be projected.
Note
• Separate software is required in order
to create the pictures to use for
“LOGO1”. Consult your dealer.
SUB MEMORY LIST
Multiple sets of image adjustment data (PICTURE,
POSITION, ADVANCED MENU adjustment values)
for the same kind of signal can be registered.
SUB MEMORY LIST
- : RGB1-XGA60
1: RGB1-XGA60
2: VIDEO-NTSC
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
SELECT
STORE
RETURN
Registering in sub memory
AUTO SIGNAL
Select the sub memory number to be registered
using the
buttons.
The position where the screen is displayed can be
adjusted automatically without pressing the AUTO
SETUP button on the remote control each time
signals are input when signals are input frequently
such as when the projector is used at a conference.
ON
: Auto setup is performed automatically
when the video signals of the images
being projected have changed.
OFF : The input auto setup function is set to
OFF.
Press the ENTER button.
Note
• Sub memories range from 1 to 8.
How to select sub memory
Select sub memory number (1 to 8) using the
buttons. Select “–” if you do not wish to
use the sub memory.
Press the ENTER button.
Note
• You cannot select sub memory of a
different signal system.
How to erase sub memory
Select sub memory number (1 to 8) corresponding
to sub memory to be erased using
buttons.
Press the DEFAULT button.
Read the confirmation message and select.
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DVI EDID
FUNC1
When the projector and external equipment are
connected by DVI connection but a proper image
cannot be obtained, switch this setting.
EDID1
Select this mainly when external equipment
(DVD player, etc.) that outputs movie video
signals is connected to the DVI terminal.
EDID2:PC
Select this mainly when external equipment
(personal computer, etc.) that outputs still
image video signals is connected to the DVI
terminal.
The user can set the function for the remote
control’s FUNC1 button.
SYSTEM SELECTOR:
The button functions in the same way as
“SYSTEM SELECTOR” of “PICTURE”.
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW:
This button has the same functions as
“SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW” of “PICTURE”.
SUB MEMORY LIST:
This button has the same functions as “SUB
MEMORY LIST” of “OPTION1”.
Mode
EDID1
EDID2:PC
Note
EDID data
480p, 576p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i,
720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/60p,
1080/50p
VGA60, SVGA60, XGA50, XGA60,
XGA70, XGA75, XGA85, SXGA60
• The optimum setting differs according
to the connected external equipment.
Be sure to check the operating
instructions for the external equipment,
etc.
• Depending on the setting, some
equipment may not provide images or
otherwise operate properly.
OSD POSITION
The user can specify the position of the on-screen
menu indications.
1 (Top left of the screen)
2 (Left center of the screen)
3 (Bottom left of the screen)
9 (Bottom right of the screen)
4 (Top center of the screen)
8 (Right center of the screen)
5 (Center of the screen)
7 (Top right of the screen)
6 (Bottom center of the screen)
OSD MEMORY
DVI SIGNAL LEVEL
When the projector and external equipment are
connected by DVI connection but a proper image
cannot be obtained, switch this setting.
0-255:PC
Select this mainly when connecting external
equipment (personal computer, etc.) using the
DVI terminal output.
16-235
Select this mainly when connecting external
equipment (DVD player, etc.) using the HDMI
terminal output with a conversion cable, etc.
Note
This lets you save the cursor position in on-screen
menus.
ON : The cursor position is saved.
OFF : The cursor position is not saved.
Note
• Even when this is set to “ON”, the
cursor position is not saved if the main
power of the projector is turned off.
• The optimum setting differs according to
the connected external equipment. Be
sure to check the operating instructions
for the external equipment, etc.
• Depending on the setting, some
equipment may not provide images or
otherwise operate properly.
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OPTION2 settings
OPTION2
PROJECTOR ID
INSTALLATION
ALTITUDE
DIRECTION
LAMP SELECT
LAMP RELAY
RS-232C
SYSTEM INFORMATION
AUTO POWER OFF
DATE AND TIME
PASSWORD
ALL
FRONT-FLOOR
LOW
HORIZONTAL
DUAL
OFF
DISABLE
MENU SELECT
CHANGE
PROJECTOR ID
The projector has an ID number setting function
that helps the user to control two or more projectors
either simultaneously or separately with a single
remote control. The ID number is set to “ALL” by
default. Hence the ID number need not be set
when only one projector is used.
1 – 64 : The ID number is set in this range.
Note
• The ID number can be set to “ALL”, or
selected from “1” to “64”.
• If the projectors are given ID numbers,
their remote controls must be assigned
the same ID numbers, respectively.
• If the ID number of a projector is set to
“ALL”, it can be controlled by the
remote control or the PC with any ID
number.
If multiple projectors are used and
some of them have their IDs set to
“ALL”, they cannot be controlled
separately from the projectors with
other ID numbers.
For details on remote control ID
setting, see page 15.
INSTALLATION
Switch this setting according to the projector
installation method.
FRONT-FLOOR
FRONT-CEILING
REAR-FLOOR
REAR-CEILING
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ALTITUDE
The fan can be controlled in accordance with the
operating conditions.
LOW : This is the standard setting.
HIGH : This is selected when using the projector
at an altitude of over 1 400 m (4 593.2').
DIRECTION
The fan can be controlled in accordance with the
direction in which the images are to be projected.
HORIZONTAL: This is the standard setting.
VERTICAL
: This is selected when projecting
images at a significant angle
toward the vertical (more than 30
degrees from the horizontal).
V
H
30°
30°
30°
30°
H
V
H: HORIZONTAL
V: VERTICAL
Attention • Select the correct “DIRECTION” setting
in accordance with the direction in which
the images are to be projected.
Using the projector at the wrong
“DIRECTION” setting will shorten the
service life of the lamps.
LAMP SELECT
LAMP RELAY
“LAMP SELECT” is used to choose from “SINGLE”
and “DUAL” modes depending on user’s needs or
viewing conditions.
In “SINGLE” mode, the projector may automatically
select either lamp from the 2 lamps, or the
particular lamp can be specified.
DUAL : Two lamps are used simultaneously.
SINGLE : One of either lamps is used (lamp with shorter
operating hours is automatically selected).
LAMP1 : Lamp Unit 1 is always used.
LAMP2 : Lamp Unit 2 is always used.
When one of the above settings is selected, it will
take effect after the ENTER button is pressed.
If using the projector for a continuous period of 24
hours or more, this setting can be used to
automatically switch the lamps that are turned on in
order to reduce the lamp deterioration that can
occur as a result of continuous use.
OFF : This is the standard setting. “LAMP
RELAY” is disabled.
00:00 - 23:00
: This can be set in one hour intervals from
00:00 to 23:00.
Note
• If, in the “SINGLE”, “LAMP1” or
“LAMP2” mode, one lamp remains off
or the currently active lamp exceeds
3 000 hours of cumulative operating
time, the other lamp will light. If, in the
“DUAL” mode, one lamp remains off or
the currently active lamp exceeds
3 000 hours of cumulative operating
time, the other lamp alone will light.
However, if both lamps remain off or
the 3 000 hours of cumulative
operating time are exceeded, the
projector will enter the standby mode.
• The colors of the items indicate the
status.
Green
Current setting
Yellow
Current setting (when a
lamp fails or fails to light)
Red
Lamp that has failed to
light
White
Any other status
• If the projector is repeatedly used for
short periods of time, the lamps will
need to be replaced more frequently.
Note
• Only when “DUAL” or “SINGLE” is
selected in “LAMP SELECT”, “LAMP
RELAY” is active. If “LAMP1” or
“LAMP2” is selected, “LAMP RELAY”
function is not available.
• When “DUAL” is selected in “LAMP
SELECT”, only one lamp will light for a
4-hour period after the set time.
• When “SINGLE” is selected in “LAMP
SELECT”, the lamp that was off at the
set time will light, and then the lamp
that was lighted until the set time will
turn off.
• The setting time will be the local time.
(page 36)
RS-232C
This sets the communication parameters at the
serial terminals.
For details on the serial terminals, refer to “Using
the serial terminals” (page 48).
(IN) BAUDRATE : 9600, 19200 or 38400 is
selected.
(IN) PARITY
: NONE, EVEN or ODD is
selected.
(OUT) BAUDRATE: 9600, 19200 or 38400 is
selected.
(OUT) PARITY
: NONE, EVEN or ODD is
selected.
VPS SYSTEM
: MASTER or SLAVE is
selected.
GROUP
: A to Z is selected. MASTER
or SLAVE is also selected.
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Displaying the internal test pattern
OPTION2 settings
SYSTEM INFORMATION
The projector’s system information can be viewed.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
MAIN VERSION
NETWORK VERSION
PROJECTOR RUNTIME
LAMP1
LAMP2
LAMP1 ON
LAMP2 ON
1.00.00
1.00
300h
100h
100h
20
20
RETURN
The projector has eight types of internal test patterns
to check the condition of the set.
To display test patterns, follow the steps below.
Press the TEST PATTERN button on the
remote control.
Or select “TEST PATTERN” in the MAIN
MENU and search through the various
types of test patterns by using
buttons.
Note
AUTO POWER OFF
The projector can be automatically set to the
standby mode if no signals are input for the set
duration.
DISABLE:
This is the standard setting. This function is set
to OFF.
45MIN. – 90MIN.:
The duration can be set in 15-minute
increments from 45 to 90 minutes.
DATE AND TIME
This lets you set the time zone and the current date
and time for the projector’s internal clock.
TIME ZONE
: Set the time zone of your country.
ADJUST CLOCK
: Set the current date and time.
LOCAL DATE/LOCAL TIME
: Date and time set in above are displayed.
• Results of adjustment on the image,
picture quality, position, size and other
factors will not be reflected in test
patterns. Be sure to display the input
signal before performing various kinds
of setting.
Cycle of displayed internal
test patterns
MENU screen
+
Entry screen
All white
Focus
All black
Color bars
Flag
Window (inversion)
16:9 frame
PASSWORD
This function is used by a service person.
Input the password with the numeric buttons (0 to
9) of the remote control and press the ENTER
button to confirm the entry.
Black on
white ground
Window
White on
black ground
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Setting the network
The settings required for the network must be
established in order to use the Web browser (page 38)
functions that the PC uses to control the projector.
NETWORK
HOST NAME
DHCP
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
NETWORK STATUS
STORE
PROJECTOR
OFF
192.168. 0. 8
255.255.255. 0
192.168. 0. 1
: Make alteration if necessary
when to use the DHCP server.
The number of valid characters
is 1 to 12 characters (spaces
not allowed).
DHCP
: Set the DHCP item to ON when to
acquire an IP address automatically
using the DHCP server.
Set to OFF if DHCP server is
not used.
IP ADDRESS
: Enter the IP address if DHCP
server is not used.
SUBNET MASK
: Enter the subnet mask if
DHCP server is not used.
GATEWAY
: Enter the gateway address if
DHCP server is not used.
NETWORK STATUS: Displays the network status
of the unit such as DHCP or
IP ADDRESS.
STORE
System requirements
The following system specifications are required in
order to use the networking functions.
• PC
OS
: Windows XP/2000/Me (Millennium
Edition)/98SE (Second Edition)
CPU : Pentium
processor or faster
RAM : 64 MB or more (128 MB or more for
Windows XP/2000)
Web browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 or newer,
Netscape Communicator 7.0 or
newer
• LAN cable
Type : Category 5 compatible straight cable
Length: 100 m (328.1') or less
MENU SELECT
ADJUST
HOST NAME
Connecting the PC
: The settings are stored in the
memory.
Attention • If you want to use the E-mail function,
make sure the system can handle Email.
Operation is not guaranteed for all
computers that meet the above
conditions.
Connection example
Projector
Personal
computer
Attention • Before using the DHCP server, make
sure the DHCP server is already
functioning.
• For details of IP address, subnet
mask, and gateway, ask the network
administrator.
Returning the network
function setting back to
the factory setting
The user can return all settings of network function
such as IP address, password and E-mail setting to
the factory setting.
Press
to select “STORE”.
Hold down the DEFAULT button for 3
seconds.
A confirmation screen will be displayed.
To cancel, press the MENU button. The
“NETWORK” screen will be displayed.
R/PR
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
REMOTE 1
IN
G/Y
B/PB
RGB 1 IN
REMOTE 2 IN
SYNC/HD
VD
IN
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
OUT
DVI-D IN
LAN
OUT
10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX
LAN cable
(straight)
LAN cable
(straight)
Hub
•
Touching
the LAN terminal with your
Attention
hand (or body) when you are carrying
a static charge may damage the
equipment due to a discharge of static
electricity. Therefore, be careful not to
touch the LAN terminal or metal parts
of the LAN cable.
• Please connect the LAN cable to
indoor devices.
Press the ENTER button.
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Using Web Browser Control
This projector has networking functions which allow it to be controlled through a Web browser on a PC.
The controlled items are:
• Projector’s settings and adjustment
• Projector’s status display
• Transmission of a E-mail message when the projector has a problem
Accessing from the Web browser
Start the Web browser on your PC, then
enter the IP address which was set in
the projector.
Enter “user1” in the user name field,
then enter the password in the
password field.
The default setting is “panasonic” (all lower case). If
you have changed the password, enter the new
password here.
The host name set in the projector is displayed in
the “Realm” field.
Click [OK].
The Basic Control page is displayed.
Note
• Avoid activating two or more Web browser
simultaneously to work out setting or
control actions.
• Change the password first of all.
Password change page
Click [Change password].
Old password input field
New password input field
New password input field
(re-enter for confirmation)
Button for erasing all entered characters
Button for executing password change
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Basic control page
This page is the first page displayed when the projector is accessed through a Web browser.
To move from another page, click [Projector control], then [Basic control].
Control button
Click this item, and a
projector control page
appears.
Monitor information button
Click this item, and the status of the
projector is displayed.
E-mail set up button
Click this item, and an E-mail setting
page appears.
POWER: Power On/Off control
SHUTTER: Shutter control
OSD (On-screen Display):
display/non-display
SYSTEM: Signal System Switching
Use these to select the input signals.
Network set up button
Click this item, and a network set up page for IP
address and other items appear.
Change password button
Detail control page
Click [Projector control], then [Detail control] to display the Detail control page.
On-screen status is displayed, even if
the on-screen of projector is set to off.
This button updates the on-screen
description on the right of the control
page with the latest information.
Pressing these buttons controls the projector
and updates the on-screen description on the
right of the control page when control is
finished.
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Using Web Browser Control
Monitor information page
Click [Projector control], then [Status information] to display the Status information page.
This page displays the projector statuses established for the items shown below.
Displays the input switching status.
Displays temperature of projector’s
intake air.
Displays temperature inside the
projector.
Displays temperature around the lamp.
Displays the lamp1 lit hours.
Displays the lamp2 lit hours.
Displays the type of projector.
Displays used hours of the projector.
Displays self-diagnosis information.
Displays the firmware version of the projector main unit.
Error information page
When
is displayed on the status information screen, click it to display the error details.
OK: Normal operation
FAILED: Occurrence of trouble
Note
40
• Depending on the nature of the error, the projector may be placed in the standby mode for its own
protection.
When [FAILED] has appeared for an item
Parameter
MAIN CPU BUS
FAN
OPTICS MODULE
TEMPERATURE
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
AROUND LAMP
TEMPERATURE
LAMP REMAIN TIME
LAMP STATUS
SHUTTER
AIR FILTER
OPTICS MODULE TEMP.SENSOR
INPUT AIR TEMP.SENSOR
AROUND LAMP
TEMP. SENSOR
BATTERY
AIRFLOW SENSOR
COLOR WHEEL
COVER OPEN
Description
Trouble has occurred in the microcomputer circuitry. Consult your dealer.
Trouble has occurred in the fan or its drive circuit. Consult your dealer.
The temperature inside the projector is high.
It may be that the projector is being used where the ambient temperature is
high such as near a heating appliance.
The input air temperature is too high.
It may be that the projector is being used where the ambient temperature is
high such as near a heating appliance.
The temperature near the lamp has risen very high.
Something may be blocking the exhaust vent.
The lamp runtime has exceeded the prescribed cumulative time, and it is
now time to replace the lamp.
The lamp has failed to light.
Wait a short while for the lamp to cool off, and then turn on the power.
Trouble has occurred in the shutter circuitry. Consult your dealer.
Too much dust accumulates on the air filter.
Turn off the MAIN POWER switch using the procedure on page 23 and
clean the air filter (refer to page 51).
Trouble has occurred in the temperature detection sensor inside the
projector. Consult your dealer.
Trouble has occurred in the sensor used to detect the input air temperature.
Consult your dealer.
Trouble has occurred in the temperature detection sensor around lamps.
Consult your dealer.
The backup battery has been run out. Consult your dealer.
Trouble has occurred in the air volume sensor. Consult your dealer.
Trouble has occurred in the color wheel or the color wheel drive circuit.
Consult your dealer.
The lamp unit cover is not properly fitted. Check the fitting of the lamp unit
cover. (page 53)
E-mail set up page
With this projector, if a problem occurs or if the lamp usage time reaches a set value, an E-mail message can be
sent to one or more preset E-mail addresses (maximum two addresses). Click [Projector control], then [E-mail
set up] to display the E-mail set up page.
Select “Enable” to use the E-mail
function.
Enter the IP address or server name of the
E-mail server (SMTP). The DNS server
must be set if the server name is entered.
Enter the E-mail address of the projector.
(maximum 63 characters)
The user can enter the location of, for
example, the installed projector so that
the recipient may easily identify the
originator of the E-mail.
(maximum 63 characters)
The user can modify the threshold temperature for sending
temperature warning mail. If the temperature rises above the set
value, control sends temperature warning mail.
The user can modify the minimum time
interval of temperature warning mail. The
default value is 60 minutes. In this case,
the user cannot send another mail for 60
minutes after sending previous
temperature warning mail even the set
warning temperature is reached again.
(Continued on the next page)
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Using Web Browser Control
E-mail set up page (Continuing)
Enter the E-mail address of your
desired recipient.
Select the conditions for sending E-mail.
ERROR:
an error is detected by selfdiagnosis.
LAMP RUNTIME:
remaining lamp service time has
reached the value set in the field.
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE:
intake air temperature has reached the
value set in the field.
Periodic warning interval setting (E-mail
is sent on the checked days of the
week/times)
Enter the E-mail address to which the
E-mail is to be sent when two E-mail
addresses are going to be used. Do not
enter it when the second E-mail
address is not going to be used.
Check these boxes when E-mail is to
be sent periodically to two E-mail
addresses. E-mail will be sent at the
times and on the days checked.
Button to update settings
Select the conditions for sending the second E-mail.
ERROR: an error is detected by self-diagnosis.
LAMP RUNTIME: remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in the field.
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE: intake air temperature has reached the value set in the field.
Note
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• Only alphanumeric characters, “.”, “_”, “-”, or “@” are available to set an E-mail address.
Authentication server set up page
The authentication server is set on this page when POP authentication or SMTP authentication is required for mail transmissions.
Click [Network set up], then [Authentication set up] to display the authentication server set up page.
Change the authentication method as desired.
For SMTP authentication, change the
authentication method to use, as desired.
Enter the POP server name.
Available input characters:
alphanumeric characters (A - Z, a - z,
0 - 9), hyphen (-) period (.)
Enter the user name for the SMTP or
POP server.
Enter the password for the SMTP or
POP server.
Enter the SMTP server port number.
Enter the POP server port number.
Button to update settings
DNS server set up page
Click [Network set up], then [DNS server set up] to display the DNS server set up page.
Primary DNS server address
Available input characters:
numbers (0 - 9), period (.)
(ex. 192.168.0.253)
Secondary DNS server address
Available input characters:
numbers (0 - 9), period (.)
(ex. 192.168.0.254)
Button to update settings
Ping test page
This page makes it possible to check whether the network is connected to the E-mail server, authentication server, DNS server, etc.
Click [Network set up], then [Ping test] to display the Ping test page.
Enter the IP address of the server to be tested.
Button for conducting the test.
Display which appears when the
connection was successful.
Display which appears when the
connection failed.
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Using Web Browser Control
Contents of mail sent
• Mail with the contents shown below is sent when the E-mail
settings have been established.
• Mail with the contents shown below is sent
when an error has occurred.
=== Panasonic projector report(CONFIGURE) ===
Projector Type
: D4000
=== Panasonic projector report(ERROR) ===
Projector Type
: D4000
----- E-mail setup data ----TEMPERATURE WARNING SETUP
MINIMUM TIME
at [ 60] minutes interval
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE Over [ 45C / 113F ]
––––– check system –––––
MAIN CPU BUS
[ OK ]
FAN
[ OK ]
OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE [ OK ]
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
[ OK ]
AROUND LAMP TEMPERATURE
[ OK ]
LAMP2 REMAIN TIME
[ OK ]
LAMP1 REMAIN TIME
[ OK ]
LAMP2 STATUS
[ OK ]
LAMP1 STATUS
[ OK ]
SHUTTER
[ FAILED ]
AIR FILTER
[ OK ]
OPTICS MODULE TEMP.SENSOR [ OK ]
INPUT AIR TEMP.SENSOR
[ OK ]
AROUND LAMP TEMP.SENSOR
[ OK ]
BATTERY
[ OK ]
AIRFLOW SENSOR
[ OK ]
COLOR WHEEL
[ OK ]
COVER OPEN
[ OK ]
(Error code 00 10 00 00 00 00 00 00)
Input air temperature
: 30 degC / 86 degF
Optics module temperature : 30 degC / 86 degF
Around lamp temperature : 37 degC / 98 degF
SET RUNTIME
30 H
POWER ON
33 times
LAMP1 ON
34 times
LAMP1 HIGH
5H
LAMP2 ON
24 times
LAMP2 HIGH
4H
LAMP1 REMAIN
1476 H
LAMP2 REMAIN
1484 H
ERROR
LAMP1 RUNTIME
LAMP1 RUNTIME
LAMP2 RUNTIME
LAMP2 RUNTIME
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
[ ON ]
[ ON ]
[ ON ]
[ ON ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
at REMAIN [ 100] H
at REMAIN [ 200] H
at REMAIN [ 300] H
at REMAIN [ 400] H
PERIODIC REPORT
Sunday [ ON ] Monday [ OFF ] Tuesday [ ON ] Wednesday [ OFF ]
Thursday [ ON ] Friday [ OFF ] Saturday [ ON ]
00:00
04:00
08:00
12:00
16:00
20:00
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
01:00
05:00
09:00
13:00
17:00
21:00
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
02:00
06:00
10:00
14:00
18:00
22:00
----- check system ----MAIN CPU BUS
FAN
OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
AROUND LAMP TEMPERATURE
LAMP2 REMAIN TIME
LAMP1 REMAIN TIME
•
•
•
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
03:00
07:00
11:00
15:00
19:00
23:00
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
[ ON ]
----- Network configuration ----IP address 192.168.0.8
MAC address 00:00:00:00:00:00
Thu Mar 02 14:11:02 2006
----- Memo -----
Adjust clock page
Click [Network set up], then [Adjust clock] to display the Adjust clock page.
Time zone selection
Button to update time zone setting
New date field
Button to update time and date
settings
New time field
Note
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• If the time becomes incorrect immediately after setting the correct time, then the battery needs to
be changed. Contact the dealer where you bought the projector to have the battery changed.
Network config page
Click [Network set up], then [Network config] to display the Network config page.
Set this to ON to enable the DHCP client
function.
Enter the IP address if DHCP server is
not used.
Enter the subnet mask if DHCP server is
not used.
Enter the gateway address if DHCP
server is not used.
Enter the name of the projector here. Enter the host name
here if it is required when the DHCP server is going to be
used, for instance.
Network status page
Click [Network set up], then [Network status] to display the Network status page.
Network software version display
Set IP address display
Set subnet mask display
MAC address display
Network status display
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Using the PJLink™ protocol
The network functions of the projector are compatible with PJLink™ Class 1. The operations mentioned below can
be performed from a personal computer using the PJLink™ protocol.
• Projector settings
• Projector status inquiry
Supported commands
The commands for controlling the projector using the PJLink™ protocol are as given in the table below.
Command
POWR
POWR ?
INPT
Control Description
Power control
Power status inquiry
Input selection
INPT ?
Input selection inquiry
AVMT
Shutter control
AVMT ?
Shutter status inquiry
ERST ?
Error status inquiry
LAMP ?
Lamp status inquiry
INST ?
Input selection list inquiry
NAME ?
INF1 ?
INF2 ?
INFO ?
CLSS ?
Projector name inquiry
Manufacturer's name inquiry
Model name inquiry
Other information inquiry
Class information inquiry
Remarks
Parameter
0 = Standby
1 = Power “ON”
Parameter
0 = Standby
1 = Power “ON”
2 = Cooling down
3 = During warm-up
Parameter
11 = RGB1
12 = RGB2
21 = VIDEO
22 = S-VIDEO
31 = DVI-D
Parameter
30 = Shutter mode OFF (Mute reset of video)
31 = Shutter mode ON (Mute video)
Parameter
1st byte: Refers to fan error; one of 0 to 2
2nd byte: Refers to lamp error; one of 0 to 2
3rd byte: Refers to temperature error; one of 0 to 2
4th byte: Refers to cover open error; one of 0 to 2
5th byte: Refers to filter warning; one of 0 to 2
6th byte: Refers to some other error; one of 0 to 2
The meaning of 0 to 2 is as given below.
0 = Error not detected 1 = Warning 2 = Error
Parameter
First number (digits 1 to 5): Lamp1 cumulative time
Second number: 0 = Lamp1 OFF; 1 = Lamp1 ON
Third number (digits 0 to 5): Lamp2 cumulative time
Fourth number: 0 = Lamp2 OFF; 1 = Lamp2 ON
Parameter responds with following values:
“11 12 21 22 31”
Responds with the name set in “HOST NAME” of “NETWORK”
Responds with “Panasonic”
Responds with “D4000”
Responds with version number and so on
Responds with “1”
PJLink™ security authentication
The password used for PJLink™ is the same as the password set for WebBrowser control.
When using these commands without authentication, leave the WebBrowser control password unspecified.
• PJLink™ is a pending trademark in Japan, the United States and other countries and regions. For details on
PJLink™ specifications, refer to the Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association
website. The URL is http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
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Setting the security
The projector’s security function enables the password
input screen to be displayed or a company’s URL
address to be set and displayed underneath the
projected images.
PASSWORD
INPUT
SET
(When using the projector for the first time)
Press the
,
,
,
,
,
,
and
buttons in this order, and press the ENTER button.
(When the password has been changed)
Input the new password, and press the ENTER button.
PASSWORD
It is possible to display the password input screen
each time the power is turned on. If this option is
used, no operations except for the POWER button
can be performed without inputting the correct
password.
ON : Password input is enabled.
OFF : Password input is disabled.
PASSWORD CHANGE
The password can be changed. Press the ENTER
button.
Set the password using the ,
,
,
buttons (up to 8 buttons can be set).
Press the ENTER button.
TEXT CHANGE
The text which is to be displayed when “TEXT” has
been selected for the “DISPLAY SETTING” can be
changed. Press the ENTER button.
Select the text using the ,
,
,
buttons, and press the ENTER button. (Up to
22 alphanumerics can be input in succession.)
Select “OK” using the
,
,
,
buttons, and press the ENTER button.
• To cancel the change at any time, select
CANCEL.
CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
It is possible to restrict operation from the remote
control and the main unit controls.
CONTROL PANEL :
Operation from the main unit controls can be
restricted.
ENABLE : Main unit control operation is
enabled
DISABLE : Main unit control operation is
disabled
REMOTE CONTROLLER :
Operation from the remote control can be
restricted.
ENABLE : Remote control operation is
enabled
DISABLE : Remote control operation is
disabled
Confirm the password by inputting it again.
Press the ENTER button.
(This completes the settings.)
Note
• Asterisks ( ) will appear on the
screen in the place of the actual
password when the password is input.
• If the password is input incorrectly, the
display returns to “NEW”. Input the
correct password.
DISPLAY SETTING
The image can be displayed based on the settings
below.
OFF
: The normal image is displayed.
TEXT : Preset text is constantly displayed
under the projected image.
LOGO1 : The picture registered by the user will
be projected.
LOGO2 : The Panasonic logo is projected.
Note
• Setting changes will be reflected only
when you select “OK” at the
confirmation screen displayed after
you press the ENTER button at the
“ENABLE/DISABLE” menu. When the
setting has been reflected, the onscreen menu disappears.
To continue and perform other
operations, press the MENU button
and display the MAIN MENU.
• When you attempt to operate controls
(remote control or main unit) that are
set to “DISABLE”, the password input
screen is displayed. To change the
setting, input the security password
and change the operation setting. The
password input screen disappears
when you press the MENU button or if
you do not perform any operation for
10 seconds.
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Using the serial terminals
The main unit is equipped with SERIAL terminals located in its terminal section on the side, and this terminal is
compliant with RS-232C. Also a serial output terminal is provided to enable plural projector control.
Examples of connection
Single projector
Plural projectors
<Terminal section on projector side>
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
<Terminal section on Projector 1> <Terminal section on Projector 2>
PC
D-Sub 9-pin
(female)
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
(female)
(male)
D-Sub 9-pin
(male)
PC
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Communication cable
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
D-Sub 9-pin
(male)
(female)
(male)
Communication cable
Communication cable
Pin assignments and signal names
D-Sub 9-pin (female),
external appearance
Pin No. Signal name
TXD
RXD
GND
CTS
RTS
Description
NC
Send data
Receive data
Connected internally
Ground
NC
RXD
TXD
GND
RTS
CTS
Connected internally
Serial input terminal
Description
NC
Receive data
Send data
NC
Ground
NC
Pin No. Signal name
D-Sub 9-pin (male),
external appearance
Connected internally
Serial output terminal
NC
NC
Communication conditions (Factory setting)
RS-232C compliant
Start-stop synchronization
9 600 bps
None
8 bits
1 bit
None
None
Signal level
Synchronization method
Baud rate
Parity
Character length
Stop bit
X parameter
S parameter
Basic format
Transmission from the computer begins with STX, then the ID, command, parameter, and ETX are sent in this
order. Add parameters according to the details of control.
STX
A D
I1
I2
;
C1
C2
C3
:
(2 bytes) Two ID
characters
Colon
(2 bytes) Semicolon
(1 byte)
(1 byte)
Start
ZZ, 1 to 64 and 0A to 0Z
3 command
(1 byte)
characters (3 bytes)
ID designate
P1
P2
…
Pn
ETX
End
(1 byte)
Parameter
(undefined length)
Attention • If a command is sent within about 60 seconds after the lamp is turned on, the response may be
returned late or the command may be unable to be executed. Try sending and receiving commands
after 60 seconds has elapsed.
• When sending several commands, be sure to wait for more than 0.5 seconds after receiving a
response from the projector, and then send the next command. When sending commands without
parameters, a colon (:) is not necessary.
Note
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• If a command cannot be executed, the projector will send an “ER401” response to the computer.
• If an invalid command is received, the projector will send an “ER402” response to the computer.
• Projector ID supported on the RS-232C interface is ZZ (ALL) and a group of 1 to 64 and 0A to 0Z.
• If a command is sent with a projector ID specified, the projector will return answer back only in the following cases:
if it coincides with the projector ID,
ID specification is ALL and VPS-SYSTEM is the master, or
ID specification is group and Group is the master.
• In the hexadecimal format, STX has the character code 02 and ETX the character code 03.
;;
;
Using the REMOTE 2 terminal
Control commands
When controlling the projector from a computer, the
following commands are available:
Command
POF
Power query
QPW
IIS
Switch input
modes
Query for
active
lamp mode
QSL
Active lamp
mode
LPM
Note
Example of a control panel layout
Function of
command
Power “ON”
Power
“STANDBY”
PON
Remarks
To confirm that the power is
ON, use a “Power query”
command.
Parameter
000 = STANDBY
001 = Power “ON”
Parameter
VID = VIDEO SVD = S-VIDEO
RG1 = RGB1 RG2 = RGB2
DVI=DVI-D
Parameter
0 = DUAL * “SINGLE” will use
1 = SINGLE the lamp (LAMP 1
or LAMP 2) with
2 = LAMP 1 shorter operating
3 = LAMP 2 hours.
Parameter
0 = DUAL
1 = SINGLE
2 = Only LAMP 1 is on
3 = Only LAMP 2 is on
• If you need a detailed command list,
please contact your dealer.
Cable specifications
<Connecting to a PC>
Projector
1
NC
NC
1
2
3
3
NC
NC
5
6
4
5
NC
NC
6
7
7
8
8
9
NC
NC
9
Attention • To connect the computer to the
SERIAL terminal, prepare an
adequate communication cable that
fits to your personal computer.
External
control
Remote
terminal
Remote terminal
/External control
ON
STANDBY
LAMP
Projector set up in a meeting room
RGB1
VIDEO
RGB2
S-VIDEO
DVI
Control panel located
in a different room
Pin assignments and control
Be sure to short-circuit Pins
when controlling.
and
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
external appearance
Names of terminals
GND
POWER
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DVI
SHUTTER
RST / SET
Computer
(DTE specifications)
2
4
Using the REMOTE2 IN terminal provided on the side of
the main unit, it is possible to operate the projector from a
control panel etc. furnished in a distant location where
infrared remote control signal cannot be received.
Note
Short (L)
GND
ON
OFF
RGB1
Other
RGB2
Other
VIDEO
Other
S-VIDEO
Other
DVI
Other
ON
OFF
Controlled by
Controlled by
remote control external contact
Open (H)
• The following buttons on the remote
control and the operation area of the
projector can no longer be operated when
pins
and
are shorted:
POWER button and SHUTTER button.
Neither will it be possible to use the RS232C commands or network functions
corresponding to these functions.
• If you short pin
and pin
, and also
short one of the pins from
to
and
pin
, then the following buttons on the
projector operating area and the remote
control can no longer be operated:
POWER, RGB1, RGB2, DVI-D, VIDEO,
S-VIDEO and SHUTTER buttons.
Neither will it be possible to use the RS232C commands or network functions
corresponding to these functions.
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Indication of lamp monitor
This projector is equipped with 3 indicators to show when a lamp needs replacement or there is an abnormal
internal temperature. These lamps flash or light up to indicate a problem.
Turn the power off and follow the steps below.
(Power indicator)
Lamp 2 monitor (LAMP 2)
Lamp 1 monitor (LAMP 1)
Temperature monitor (TEMP)
Name of monitor
lamp
Lamp
indication
Lighting in
red
(lamp unit
ON)
Warm-up status
Blinking in
red
(1 time)
Blinking in
red
(2 times)
Blinking in
red
(3 times)
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• Did you turn on the
power when the
ambient temperature
was low
(approx. 0 °C)?
Remedial measure
• Wait about five minutes in the
current status.
• Install the unit in a location
having an ambient temperature
from 0 °C to 45 °C.
• Remove the object that is
blocking the ventilation port.
• Check if the
• Move the projector to a
ventilation port is
temperature of 0 ˚C to 45 ˚C
blocked.
and the humidity of 20 % to
The filter is clogged. • Is the room air
80 % (no condensation).
temperature too high?
• Turn off the MAIN POWER
• Is the air filter clogged
switch using the procedure on
with dust?
High temperature
page 23 and clean the air filter
inside
(refer to page 51).
(Standby condition)
Cooling fan has
been stopped.
Lighting in
red
Indicates the time
for replacing the
lamp unit.
Blinking in
red
(3 times)
Error is detected in
the lamp or lamp
power.
Lamp monitor
LAMP1
Checkpoint
High temperature
inside. (WARNING)
Temperature
monitor
TEMP
Information
LAMP2
• Turn off the main power supply
(MAIN POWER) switch in the
procedure shown on page 23
and consult the distributor.
• Did you notice a
“REPLACE THE LAMP”
message on the screen • This lamp monitor lights up
when turning on the
when the lamp unit used hours
projector power supply?
have reached 2 800 hours.
• Are lamp units
installed correctly?
• Did you turn the power • Wait until the lamp has cooled
back on immediately
off, and then turn on the
after turning it off?
power.
• Some error has
arisen in the lamp
• Turn off the MAIN POWER
circuit.
switch using the procedure on
• Check for fluctuation
page 23 and consult the
(or drop) in the source dealer.
voltage.
Attention • To solve any problems that the TEMP and LAMP monitor show, first turn the power off by
following the steps on pages 22, 23.
• If the power indicator blinks in red (3 times), the projector has malfunctioned. Please consult your dealer.
• If the power indicator flashes red (once), the lamp unit cover is not properly fitted. Check the fitting
of the lamp unit cover.
Cleaning and replacement of air filter
If too much dust accumulates on the air filter, [CLEAN THE AIR FILTER]* appears at the lower left of the screen,
and the temperature monitor (TEMP) will blink once. If even more dust is allowed to accumulate, the temperature
inside the main unit will rise, the temperature monitor (TEMP) will blink twice, and the power is turned off.
Clean the air filter section once every 100 hours or so as a guideline depending on the location of projector
operation.
* It appears only for 30 seconds within 3 minutes after the power is turned on. It disappears if any of the buttons on
the rear side of the main unit or on the remote control is pressed.
Procedure of cleaning
Turn off the main power and remove the power plug from the receptacle.
Turn off the main power supply observing the procedure (Powering off the projector) on page 23 and then
remove the power plug.
Dismantle the air filter.
There are two air filters, one at the left and one at the right.
Use your finger to pull the air filter tab toward you, and remove it from the main unit.
Clean the air filter.
Suck off deposited dust with a vacuum cleaner.
Air filter
Attention • Do not to suck in the air filter itself.
• Do not rinse off the air filter with water. Doing so will impair the filter’s ability to provide
protection from dust.
Set the air filter.
Set the air filter in the reverse order to step
.
Attention • Fit the air filters into place with the filter material facing the back.
(The left and right filters have the same shape.)
• The air filter must be fitted in place when using the projector.
Using the projector without the air filter fitted inside, dirt and dust are sucked into the projector,
causing failure.
Note
• If cleaning cannot remove the dust completely, then it is a sign to replace the air filter. Consult the
dealer. In addition, when the lamp unit is replaced, also replace the air filter.
• Be absolutely sure to use the air filter specifically designed for use with the projector.
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Replacing the lamp unit
WARNING!
When replacing the lamp, allow it to cool for at least one hour before handling it.
• The lamp cover gets very hot, and touching it can cause burns.
Make sure that two lamp units are always installed.
Precautions on lamp unit replacement
Remove the power plug and confirm that the surroundings of the lamp unit have cooled off.
Be careful when handling a light source lamp. The lamp unit has high internal pressure. If improperly handled,
explosion might result.
A used lamp unit may burst if it is handled violently.
For disposition of used lamps, request an industrial waste disposal contractor.
If you continue to use a lamp after the replacement time, the lamp may break.
Phillips screwdriver is necessary when replacing a lamp unit.
Take care not to slip your hand when using a screwdriver.
Note
• It is not possible to turn on the power unless two lamp units are installed.
• A lamp unit is an optional part. Contact the dealer.
Replacement lamp unit model No.: ET-LAD40 (single bulb), ET-LAD40W (double bulbs)
• Other lamps than specified above cannot be used. Be sure to use the specified lamp.
When to replace the Lamp unit
The lamp units are consumable parts. The lamp brightness decreases gradually as the cumulative operating
time increases, so periodic replacement is necessary. The replacement guideline is 3 000 hours, although the
lamp may become dead (will not light) before 3 000 hours is reached depending on the characteristics of
individual lamps and other factors such as the operating conditions and the installation environment. Therefore,
it is recommended for the user to keep a spare lamp unit.
The risk of the lamp bursting increases after 3 000 hours of operation, so the lamp unit turns off automatically.
On-screen indication
REPLACE THE LAMP
After
2 800 hours
After
3 000 hours
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Lamp monitor
LAMP
The indication appears for 30
seconds or until any control button
is pressed.
The lamp monitor lights up red
even in standby mode.
The indication will not disappear
unless a control button is pressed.
Lamp unit replacement steps
Turn the power off by following the steps on page 23, remove the power plug and
confirm that the surroundings of the lamp unit have cooled off.
Check that the fan has stopped running.
Have a Phillips screwdriver ready ahead of time.
Remove the screw securing the lamp unit
cover, and then slide the lamp unit cover
a little toward the left, and remove it.
Remove the two screws securing the
fan unit.
Note
Lamp unit cover
• The lamp units are constructed so that
the screws in step
do not fall
through completely.
Lamp unit 2
Lamp unit
Fixing screws
Open the fan unit as shown in the
figure.
Remove the screws securing the lamp
units (two for each unit), take hold of
the handles, and remove the lamp units.
Handle
Lamp unit 1
Install the new lamp unit.
Caution
The lamp unit will be hot after it has
been used.
Use a Phillips screwdriver to securely
tighten the 2 lamp unit fixing screws
(two for each unit).
You might get burned if you touch it while it is
still hot.
Secure the two screws for securing the
fan unit tightly.
Slide the cover a little toward the right,
and secure it using the screw for
securing the lamp unit cover tightly.
Attention • Firmly install the lamp unit and lamp
unit cover. If not installed firmly, a
protection circuit will function and the
power will not be turned on.
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Ceiling Mount Bracket Safeguards
The followings are included with the other accessories.
Wire cable (x 1)
[TKLA3201]
Wire fastening M6 screw (x 1)
[XYN6+F10FJ]
The projector and the ceiling mount bracket are designed sufficiently safety though, make sure the safety cable
provided with the projector is installed and attached to the bottom of the projector when mounting in the ceiling for
safety and security.
Installation work of the ceiling mount bracket should only be carried by a qualified technician according to the
following procedure.
• Even if it is guarantee period, the manufacturer is not responsible for any hazard or damage caused by using a
ceiling mount bracket which is not purchased from an authorized distributors, or environmental conditions.
• Make sure to use a torque driver and do not use an electrical screwdriver or an impact screwdriver.
• An unused ceiling mount bracket should be removed promptly by qualified technician.
<Installation procedure>
;
;;
Install the ceiling mount bracket
according to the Installation
Instructions.
max. 1 m (3'3")
(recommended)
max. 1 m (3'3")
(recommended)
Attach anchor nuts or curl plugs
available in the market (M8 or 5/16") to a
strong ceiling surface in positions (left
figure) so that there is no slack in the
wire cable provided with the projector.
Anchoring nuts
or curled plugs (M8 or 5/16")
Pass the loop of wire rope through
anchoring area and tighten the hex
head bolts.
Wire cable
Flat washer
Spring washer
Hex head bolt (M8 or 5/16")
Effective screw depth
10 mm
Cabinet Exterior
Wire metal end fitting
Securing Screw
(M6)
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Attach the metal fittings at the ends of
the cable to the locking holes in the
projector main unit using the provided
wire fastening M6 screws, and tighten
the screws firmly to secure the
projector.
* If for any reason the enclosed screw become lost or
misplaced, please use the following.
Screw diameter: M6, Length:10 mm (the effective
thread depth on the receiving side is 10 mm)
* Likewise if the screws for attaching the custom
ceiling mount bracket go missing, please use the
following.
Screw diameter: M6, Length:10 mm (the effective
thread depth on the receiving side is 10 mm)
Torque Loading: 4±0.5 Nm (for 6 mm screw)
Before asking for service --- check the following points.
Symptoms
Power does
not turn on
Checks
• Is the power cord plug correctly plugged in?
• Is the MAIN POWER turned on?
• Is electricity running to the power outlet?
• Is the temperature monitor (TEMP) indicator on the front of the unit flashing or
turned on? (See page 51)
• Is the lamp monitor (LAMP) indicator on the front of the unit flashing or turned on?
(See page 51)
• Is the lamp unit door installed correctly?
• A wrong ID is set. (See pages 15 and 34)
No image
• Is the lens cap still on the lens?
• Is the image input correctly connected?
• Is the input mode set correctly? (See page 22)
• Is the black level adjustment set at the minimum level? (See page 28)
• Is the equipment connected to the projector operating correctly?
• Is the shutter function turned on? (See page 25)
Image is blurred
• Is the lens focused properly? (See page 24)
• Is the projection distance correct? (See pages 17, 18)
• Is the lens dirty?
• Is the projector positioned directly in front of the screen? (See page 16)
Light color/
bad color tone
Remote control
does not operate
Abnormal image
Does not display
images from PCs
• Is the color density and color tone setting correct? (See page 28)
• Is the equipment connected to the projector correctly adjusted?
• Are the batteries exhausted?
• Are the battery polarities set correctly? (See page 14)
• Are there any obstacles between the remote control and the remote control
sensor? (See page 14)
• Are you trying to operate the remote control beyond its operable range?
(See page 14)
• Are you controlling from external equipment using the REMOTE2 IN terminal?
(See page 49)
• Is there any external light interfering with remote control operation?
• A wrong ID is set. (See pages 15 and 34)
• Is the on-screen display function at “OFF”? (See page 9)
• Is the input mode properly set? (See page 22)
• Is the correct signal system (SYSTEM SELECTOR) selected? (See page 29)
• Are there any malfunctions on the source side, such as bad video tapes?
• Are you inputting a signal that is not compatible with this projector? (See page 58)
• Is the cable too long?
• Is the video output signal setting of the computer correctly set?
(Read the operating instructions of the your PC.)
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Specifications
Model No.
Power supply
Power consumption
Amps
DLP panel
Panel size
Display system
Number of pixels
®
Lens
Powered zoom
Powered focus control
Projection lamp
Optical output
Applicable scanning frequency
For Video signal (S-Video included)
For RGB signal
For DVI-D signal
For YPBPR signal
Color system
Screen size
Screen aspect ratio
PT-D4000U
AC 120 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
540 W (about 10 W in standby without fan running)
Maximum 5 A
0.7 inch (aspect ratio 4:3)
DLP® chip x 1, DLP® type
786 432 pixels (1 024 x 768 dots)
1 to 1.32
F=1.7 to 2.0 f=25.6 mm (1") to 33.8 mm (1.3")
2 bulbs x 210 W UHM lamp
4 000 lm
Horizontally 15.73 kHz/15.63 kHz, vertically 59.94 Hz/50 Hz
Horizontally 15 kHz – 91 kHz, vertically 50 Hz – 85 Hz,
Panasonic Intelligent Auto Scanning (PIAS) system
Dot clock frequency less than 150 MHz
Compliant with HDCP*1
480p, 576p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/60p, 1080/50p
VGA60, SVGA60, XGA50, XGA60, XGA70, XGA75, XGA85,
XGA89, SXGA60
[480i], horizontally 15.73 kHz, vertically 59.94 Hz
[480p], horizontally 31.5 kHz, vertically 59.94 Hz
[576i], horizontally 15.63 kHz, vertically 50 Hz
[576p], horizontally 31.25 kHz, vertically 50 Hz
[720/60p], horizontally 45 kHz, vertically 60 Hz
[720/50p], horizontally 37.5 kHz, vertically 50 Hz
[1080/60p], horizontally 67.5 kHz, vertically 60 Hz
[1080/50p], horizontally 56.25 kHz, vertically 50 Hz
[1035/60i], horizontally 33.75 kHz, vertically 60 Hz
[1080/60i], horizontally 33.75 kHz, vertically 60 Hz
[1080/50i], horizontally 28.13 kHz, vertically 50 Hz
• HD/SYNC, VD terminals are not compliant with 3 value composite SYNC.
7 standards (NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL/PAL-N/PAL-M/SECAM/PAL60)
50 inch – 600 inch*2
4:3
Projection scheme
Menu-selectable from front/rear/ceiling mount, and floor standing
Contrast ratio
1 600:1 (when “HIGH” is selected as the “CONTRAST MODE” setting)
Interface ports
RGB1 input terminal
1 set, BNC x 5
[For YPBPR input]
Y: 1.0 V[p-p] synchronization signal included, PBPR: 0.7 V[p-p] 75 Ω
[For RGB input] 0.7 V[p-p] 75 Ω For G-SYNC: 1.0 V[p-p] 75 Ω
HD/SYNC: TTL, high-impedance, positive/negative polarity
automatically adjusted
VD: TTL, high-impedance, positive/negative polarity automatically adjusted
• HD/SYNC, VD terminals are not compliant with 3 value composite SYNC.
*1 THDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
HDCP is a digital video signal encryption system developed with the aim of protecting digital content.
*2 When using ET-DLE050 lens, the maximum screen size is 200 inch.
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PT-D4000U
Model No.
Interface ports
RGB2 input terminal
Video input terminal
S-Video input terminal
Serial input/output terminal
Remote1 input/output terminal
Remote2 input terminal
DVI-D input terminal
LAN terminal
1 set of high-density, D-Sub 15-pin (female)
[For YPBPR input]
Y: 1.0 V [p-p] synchronization signal included, PBPR: 0.7 V[p-p] 75 Ω
[For RGB input] 0.7 V[p-p] 75 Ω For G-SYNC: 1.0 V[p-p] 75 Ω
HD/SYNC: TTL, high-impedance, positive/negative polarity
automatically adjusted
VD: TTL, high-impedance, positive/negative polarity automatically adjusted
• HD/SYNC, VD terminals are not compliant with 3 value composite SYNC.
1 set BNC
1.0 V[p-p] 75 Ω
1 set Mini DIN 4-pin
Y 1.0 V[p-p] C 0.286 V[p-p] 75 Ω Compliant with S1 signals
1 set each for D-Sub 9-pin (male/female), RS-232C compliant
Used for personal computer control
1 set each for M3 stereo mini jack
Wired remote control, used for link control
1 set D-Sub 9-pin (female)
Used for external control
1 set DVI-D 24-pin Single link, compatible with HDCP
1 set RJ-45 Compliant with PJLinkTM
Length of power cord
3.0 m (9.8')
Cabinet
Outside dimensions
Molded resin
Width: 530 mm (20.8"); Height : 167 mm (6.6"); Depth: 425 mm (16.7")
Mass
Working environment condition
Remote control
Power source
Operation range
Mass
Outside dimensions
Option
Hanging attachment
(For high ceiling)
Hanging attachment
(For low ceiling)
Projection lens
Replacement lamp unit
13.7 k
(30.2 lb)
Ambient temperature* : 0 °C to 45 °C
Ambient humidity
: 20 % to 80 % (no condensation)
3
3 V DC (two AA dry cells)
approx. 30 m (98'5") (in front of beam receiver)
134 (0.31 lb) (including dry cells)
Width: 51 mm (2"), Thickness: 23 mm (0.9"), Depth: 176 mm (6.9")
ET-PKD56H
ET-PKD55S
ET-DLE100, ET-DLE200, ET-DLE300, ET-DLE400, ET-DLE050
ET-LAD40 (single bulb), ET-LAD40W (double bulbs)
• The outside dimensions do not include the lens and other protruding parts. See page 59 for further details.
*3 When using the projector at high altitudes (1 400 to 2 700 m : 4 593.2' to 8 858.3'), the upper limit for the ambient
temperature drops by 5 °C.
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Compatible Signal List
Resolution
(as a number
of dots)*1
Display mode
NTSC/NTSC4.43/
PAL-M/PAL60
PAL/PAL-N/SECAM
480i
576i
480p
576p
1080/60p
1080/50p
1080/60i
1080/50i
720/60p
720/50p
VGA400
VGA480
720 x 480i
1
1
1
1
1
1
*3
SVGA
*3
MAC16
XGA
*3
*3
MXGA
WXGA
*3
*3
*3
*3
MAC21
MSXGA
SXGA
*3
*3
UXGA
*3
*3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
720 x
720 x
720 x
720 x
720 x
920 x
920 x
920 x
920 x
280 x
280 x
640 x
640 x
640 x
640 x
640 x
640 x
640 x
800 x
800 x
800 x
800 x
800 x
832 x
024 x
024 x
024 x
024 x
024 x
024 x
152 x
152 x
152 x
280 x
280 x
280 x
280 x
152 x
280 x
280 x
280 x
280 x
400 x
600 x
576i
480i
576i
483
576
1 080
1 080
1 080i
1 080i
720
720
400
400
480
480
480
480
480
600
600
600
600
600
624
768
768
768
768
768
768i
864
864
864
800
800
768
768
870
960
1 024
1 024
1 024
1 050
1 200
Scanning frequency Dot clock
Horizontal Vertical frequency
(Hz)
(MHz)
(kHz)
15.7
59.9
15.6
15.7
15.6
31.5
31.3
67.5
56.3
33.8
28.1
45.0
37.5
31.5
37.9
31.5
35.0
37.9
37.5
43.3
35.2
37.9
48.1
46.9
53.7
49.7
39.6
48.4
56.5
60.0
68.7
35.5
64.0
67.5
76.7
41.3
49.7
39.6
47.7
68.7
60.0
64.0
80.0
91.1
64.0
75.0
50.0
59.9
50.0
59.9
50.0
60.0
50.0
60.0
50.0
60.0
50.0
70.1
85.1
59.9
66.7
72.8
75.0
85.0
56.3
60.3
72.1
75.0
85.1
74.6
50.0
60.0
70.1
75.0
85.0
87.0
71.2
74.9
85.0
50.0
59.8
50.0
60.0
75.1
60.0
60.0
75.0
85.0
60.0
60.0
13.5
13.5
27.0
27.0
148.5
148.5
74.3
74.3
74.3
74.3
25.2
31.5
25.2
30.2
31.5
31.5
36.0
36.0
40.0
50.0
49.5
56.3
57.3
51.9
65.0
75.0
78.8
94.5
44.9
94.2
108.0
121.5
68.6
83.5
65.2
80.1
100.0
108.0
108.0
135.0
157.5
108.0
162.0
2
Image*
quality
Format
A
VIDEO/S-VIDEO
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
B
VIDEO/S-VIDEO
YPBPR/RGB
YPBPR/RGB
YPBPR/RGB/DVI
YPBPR/RGB/DVI
YPBPR/RGB/DVI
YPBPR/RGB/DVI
YPBPR/RGB/DVI
YPBPR/RGB/DVI
YPBPR/RGB/DVI
YPBPR/RGB/DVI
RGB
RGB
RGB/DVI
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB/DVI
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB/DVI
RGB/DVI
RGB/DVI
RGB/DVI
RGB/DVI
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB
RGB/DVI
RGB/DVI
RGB
RGB
RGB/DVI
RGB
RGB
RGB/DVI
RGB
*1 Character “i” that follows the number of displayed dots stands for interlace signal.
*2 The symbols used to denote the image quality have the following significance:
AA = the images are projected at the highest quality; A = the images are converted by the image processing
circuit and projected; B = the amount of data is scaled down and simplified images are projected.
*3 These signals support the frame lock function.
Note
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• The number of display dots is 1 024 x 768. Signals where the number of display dots is not 1 024 x 768
in the above data are converted to 1 024 x 768 for display.
Dimensions
unit : mm, ( ) : inch
478.5 (18 27/32)
R3
R/PR
G/Y
B/PB
SYNC/HD
VD
441 (17 23/64)
;;
;
157 (6 3/16)
167 (6 12/64)
4 (5/32)
12 (15/32)
368 (14 31/64)
425 (16 47/64)
0
S-VIDEO IN
REMOTE 1
IN
RGB 1 IN
REMOTE 2 IN
IN
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
OUT
DVI-D IN
LAN
OUT
>PC<
TBMU448
86.5
(3 13/32)
VIDEO IN
436 (17 11/64)
530 (20 55/64)
Installation dimensions diagram
(Figure 1 : Dimensions applying when one unit is used)
(Figure 2 : Dimensions applying when two units are used)
Exhaust
Exhaust
30 cm (11.8") or more
30 cm (11.8") or more
50 cm (19.7")
or more
50 cm (19.7")
or more
50 cm (19.7")
or more
50 cm (19.7")
or more
Exhaust
10 cm (3.9") or more
Attention • Leave a clearance of at least 50 cm (19.7") so that the ventilation opening on the rear panel will
not be blocked.
• Be careful not to retain exhausted air on the back side of the main unit. Also take steps to ensure
that the hot air blown out from the air exhaust outlet will not be sucked into the air intake.
• Install with clearances of at least 30 cm (11.8") provided for the side panels to enable the air filter
to be removed and re-installed.
• When operating the projector in an enclosure, ensure that the temperature of the surrounding air
within the enclosure remains within the range 0 °C to 40 °C while the projector is running. Also
ensure that the air intake and exhaust vents are unobstructed. Even when the surrounding air
temperature is maintained below 40 °C, operation of the protection circuit could cause a shutdown
due to hot exhaust air being trapped inside the projector. When designing the enclosure, please
give due consideration to the thermal environment surrounding the projector (Figure 2).
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Note:
Purchase of this equipment includes the rights to use this software (the built-in microcomputer and information
recorded on ROMs) but does not grant copyrights. Do not reverse engineer, change or modify the software.
The guarantee will not be valid for any malfunctions caused by such actions.
Trademark Acknowledgement
• VGA and XGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
• S-VGA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics Standards Association.
• “Microsoft Windows” is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation (U.S.A.) in the U.S. and other
countries.
• “Netscape” and “Netscape Navigator” are registered trademarks of the Netscape Communications Corporation
in the U.S. and other countries.
• Digital Light Processing, DLP, and DLP® CHIP are registered trademarks of the Texas Instruments.
• PJLink™ is the applied-for trademark or a registered trademark in Japan, USA, and in other countries and
regions.
• HDMI and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
All other trademarks are the property of the various trademark owners.
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NOTES IMPORTANTES
CONCERNANT LA SÉCURITÉ
AVERTISSEMENT: POUR RÉDUIRE LES RISQUES DE FEU OU DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE,
NE PAS EXPOSER CE PRODUIT À L’EAU OU À L’HUMIDITÉ
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
MISE EN GARDERISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE.
NE PAS OUVRIR.
WARNUNG- ZUR VERMEIDUNG EINES ELEKTRISCHEN
SCHLAGES GERÄT NICHT ÖFFNEN.
Le symbole de la flèche en forme d’éclair, dans un triangle, avertit l’usager
de la présence de “tensions dangereuses” à l’intérieur du produit qui
peuvent être de force suffisante pour constituer un risque de choc
éIectrique aux personnes.
Le point d’exclamation dans un triangle avertit l’usager de la présence
d’instructions importantes concernant l’utilisation et l’entretien (réparation)
dans la littérature accompagnant le produit.
ATTENTION: Cet appareil est équipé d’une fiche de courant à
trois broches avec mise à la terre. Ne pas retirer
la broche de mise à la masse de la fiche.
Cette fiche ne pourra être utilisée que dans une
prise avec mise à la terre. Ceci est une précaution
sécuritaire. S’il est impossible d’insérer la fiche
dans la prise, s’adresser à un éIectricien. Ne pas
annuler la protection de la fiche à mise à la terre..
Ne pas retirer
AVERTISSEMENT:
Ne peut être utilisé dans une salle d’ordinateurs telle que définie dans la norme ANSI/NFPA 75
Standard for Protection of Electronic Computer/Data Processing Equipment.
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Précautions concernant la sécurité
AVERTISSEMENT
Si l’on remarque une émission de fumée, d’odeurs suspectes ou de bruits provenant du
projecteur, débrancher la fiche du cordon d’alimentation de la prise de courant.
• Ne pas continuer d’utiliser le projecteur dans ces cas, autrement cela peut entraîner un incendie ou des chocs
électriques.
• Après s’être assuré que de la fumée ne se dégage plus, s’adresser à un centre technique agréé et demander
que les réparations nécessaires soient faites.
• Le fait de réparer le projecteur soi-même est très dangereux, et ne doit jamais être fait.
Demander à un technicien qualifié d’installer le projecteur par exemple s’il est installé au
plafond.
• Si l’installation n’est pas faite correctement, cela peut entraîner des blessures ou des chocs électriques.
• Utiliser le support de montage au plafond spécifié pour ce modèle.
• Utiliser le câble métallique de sûreté fourni et prendre les mesures nécessaires pour éviter que le projecteur ne tombe.
Ne pas surcharger la prise de courant.
• Si l’alimentation est surchargée (par exemple, par l’utilisation de trop d’adaptateurs), cela risque de faire
surchauffer le projecteur et peut entraîner un incendie.
Ne pas regarder directement dans l’objectif pendant que le projecteur fonctionne.
• Une lumière intense est émise par l’objectif du projecteur. Si l’on regarde directement dans cette lumière, elle
risque de causer des blessures et de graves lésions aux yeux.
• Veiller particulièrement à ce que les enfants ne regardent pas dans l’objectif. En outre, éteindre le projecteur si
on le laisse sans surveillance.
Ne jamais tenter de modifier ou de démonter le projecteur.
• Des hautes tensions qui peuvent causer de graves blessures sont présentes à l’intérieur du projecteur.
• Pour toute inspection, réglage ou réparation, s’adresser à un centre technique agréé.
Ne pas installer ce projecteur dans un endroit non assez résistant pour supporter son
poids, ni sur une surface instable.
• Si le projecteur est installé dans un endroit non assez résistant ou sur une surface inclinée ou instable, il risque
de tomber ou de basculer, et de causer une grave blessure ou des dommages.
Si de l’eau ou des objets étrangers entrent dans le projecteur, si le projecteur tombe, ou
si le boîtier est endommagé, débrancher immédiatement la fiche du cordon
d’alimentation de la prise de courant.
• Si l’on continue d’utiliser le projecteur dans cette condition, cela peut entraîner un incendie ou des chocs
électriques.
• S’adresser à un centre technique agréé pour que les réparations nécessaires puissent être faites.
Ne pas placer des récipients de liquide sur le projecteur.
Ne pas placer le projecteur dans l’eau ou ne pas le laisser se mouiller.
• Si de l’eau se renverse sur le projecteur ou pénètre dans celui-ci, il y aura risque d’incendie ou d’électrocution.
• Si de l’eau entre à l’intérieur du projecteur, entrer en contact avec un centre technique agréé.
Ne pas mettre d’objets étrangers dans le projecteur.
• Ne pas insérer d’objets métalliques ou inflammables dans les orifices de ventilation ou les faire tomber sur le
projecteur, car cela peut causer un incendie ou des chocs électriques.
Utiliser exclusivement le cordon d’alimentation fourni avec le projecteur.
Ne pas utiliser avec d’autres appareils le cordon d’alimentation fourni avec le projecteur.
• Cela peut entraîner des chocs électriques.
Brancher la fiche du cordon d’alimentation fermement dans la prise de courant.
• Si la fiche n’est pas complètement insérée, cela peutentraîner des chocs électriques ou la faire surchauffer.
• Si la fiche est endommagée ou la plaque de la prise desserrée, celles-ci ne devraient pas être utilisées.
Faire attention à ne pas endommager le cordon d’alimentation.
• Ne pas endommager le cordon d’alimentation, ne pas le modifier, ne pas le placer sous des objets lourds, ne
pas le chauffer, ne pas le placer près d’objets chauffants, ne pas le tordre, ne pas le plier ou le tirer
excessivement et ne pas le rouler en boule.
• Si le cordon d’alimentation est endommagé, cela peut entraîner un incendie et des chocs électriques.
• Si le cordon d’alimentation est endommagé, le faire réparer par un centre technique agréé.
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Nettoyer la fiche du cordon d’alimentation régulièrement afin d’éviter toute accumulation
de poussière.
• Si de la poussière s’accumule sur la fiche du cordon d’alimentation, l’humidité peut endommager l’isolant et
entraîner un incendie. Débrancher la fiche du cordon d’alimentation de la prise de courant et l’essuyer avec un
tissu sec.
• Si le projecteur n’est pas utilisé pendant une période prolongée, débrancher la fiche du cordon d’alimentation de
la prise de courant.
Ne pas manipuler le cordon d’alimentation avec les mains mouillées.
• Cela peut entraîner des chocs électriques.
Ne pas installer le projecteur dans des endroits humides ou poussiéreux ou dans des
endroits où le projecteur peut entrer en contact avec des fumées grasses ou de la
vapeur.
• L’utilisation du projecteur dans de telles conditions peut causer un incendie, des chocs électriques ou une
détérioration du boîtier en plastique. Une détérioration du plastique risquerait en effet d’entraîner une chute du
projecteur en cas d’installation au plafond.
Ne pas placer le projecteur sur des matériaux comme du tapis ou du tissus éponge.
• Cela peut provoquer une surchauffe du projecteur, pouvant entraîner des brûlures, un incendie ou endommager
le projecteur.
Pendant un orage, ne pas toucher le projecteur ou le câble.
• Il y a risque d’électrocution.
Ne pas placer les mains ou autres objets près de l’orifice de sortie d’air.
• De l’air chaud sort par l’orifice de sortie d’air. Ne pas placer les mains, le visage ou d’autres objets qui ne
peuvent résister à la chaleur près de cette sortie d’air [laisser un espace d’au moins 50 cm (19.7")], sinon des
brûlures ou des dommages risqueraient de s’ensuivre.
Ne pas utiliser ou manipuler les piles de manière inadéquate.
• Si ces précautions sont ignorées, les piles risquent de fuir, de surchauffer, d’éclater ou de s’enflammer.
- Ne pas démonter les piles sèches.
- Ne pas chauffer ou démonter les piles, ni les placer près d’un feu ou d’un liquide tel que l’eau.
- Ne pas connecter les bornes + et - à des fils ou autres objets métalliques.
- Ne pas ranger les piles avec des objets métalliques tels que colliers ou épingles à cheveux.
- S’assurer d’insérer les piles avec les polarités (+ et -) dans le bon sens.
- Ne pas utiliser ensemble des piles usées et des piles neuves, ni des piles de types différents.
- Ne pas utiliser les piles dont le revêtement extérieur se détache ou a été retiré.
- Ne pas utiliser de piles rechargeables à la place des piles sèches ordinaires.
- Les piles possèdent un revêtement extérieur de protection. Ne pas retirer ce revêtement car cela comporte un
risque de court-circuit.
En cas de fuite des piles, ne pas les toucher à mains nues et prendre les mesures
nécessaires suivantes.
• Il y a risque de perte de la vue si l’électrolyte pénètre dans les yeux. Le cas échéant, ne pas frotter les yeux.
Rincer à l’eau claire et consulter immédiatement un médecin.
• Le contact de l’électrolyte avec la peau ou les vêtements peut causer des inflammations de la peau ou des
blessures. Rincer à l’eau claire et consulter immédiatement un médecin.
Retirer en même temps les piles de la télécommande lorsqu’elles sont épuisées.
• Ne pas laisser de piles épuisées dans l’appareil, car elles risqueraient de fuir, de surchauffer ou d’éclater.
Avant de remplacer la lampe, veiller à débrancher la fiche du cordon d’alimentation de la
prise de courant.
• Il y a risque d’électrocution ou d’explosion.
Lors du remplacement de la lampe, la laisser refroidir pendant au moins une heure avant
de la manipuler.
• Le couvercle de la lampe devient très chaud, et on risque de se brûler si on le touche.
Ne jamais démonter la lampe.
• Toute rupture de la lampe risquerait en effet de causer de graves blessures.
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Précautions concernant la sécurité
Attention
Pour débrancher le cordon d’alimentation, tenir la fiche et non pas le cordon.
• Si le cordon d’alimentation est tiré, le cordon sera endommagé et cela peut causer un incendie, des courtscircuits ou des chocs électriques sérieux.
Débrancher toujours tous les câbles avant de déplacer le projecteur.
• Le fait de déplacer le projecteur avec des câbles branchés peut endommager les câbles, ce qui pourrait causer
un incendie ou des chocs électriques.
Ne pas placer un projecteur ou autre objet lourd sur l’appareil.
Ne pas peser de tout son poids sur ce projecteur.
• Cela peut déséquilibrer le projecteur et le faire tomber, ce qui peut entraîner des dommages ou des blessures.
• Cela risquerait d’endommager ou de déformer le projecteur.
Ne pas empêcher la chaleur de s’échapper.
• Cela risque de faire surchauffer le projecteur, et causer un incendie ou endommager le projecteur.
• Ne pas installer le projecteur dans des endroits étroits, mal ventilés tels que des placards ou des étagères.
• Ne pas placer le projecteur sur des tissus ou du papier, ces matériaux peuvent être aspirés dans l’orifice
d’entrée d’air.
Si la lampe s’est cassée, ventiler immédiatement la pièce. Ne pas toucher ni approcher le
visage des morceaux cassés.
• Le non respect de cette consigne peut entraîner l’absorption du gaz par l’utilisateur. Ce gaz se dégage lorsque
la lampe est cassée et il contient presque autant de mercure qu’une lampe fluorescente, de plus les morceaux
cassés peuvent provoquer des blessures.
• Si vous pensez avoir inhalé du gaz ou que du gaz a pénétré dans votre bouche ou dans vos yeux, contactez un
médecin immédiatement.
• S’adresser au revendeur pour le remplacement de la lampe et l’inspection de l’intérieur du projecteur.
Si l’on n’utilise pas le projecteur pendant une période prolongée, débrancher la fiche du
cordon d’alimentation de la prise de courant.
• Si de la poussière s’accumule sur la fiche du cordon d’alimentation, l’humidité ainsi créée risquera
d’endommager l’isolation, ce qui peut provoquer un incendie.
Débrancher la fiche du cordon d’alimentation de la prise de courant comme mesure de
sécurité avant d’effectuer tout nettoyage.
• Sinon cela peut causer des chocs électriques.
Prendre garde de se coincer les doigts entre l’objectif et le protecteur lorsque l’on
change d’objectif.
• Prendre garde de se coincer les doigts entre l’objectif et le protecteur lorsque l’on change d’objectif, car cela
comporte un risque de blessure.
Demander à un centre technique agréé de nettoyer l’intérieur du projecteur au moins une
fois par an.
• S’il n’est pas nettoyé et que de la poussière s’accumule à l’intérieur du projecteur, cela peut causer un incendie
ou des problèmes de fonctionnement.
• Il est recommandé de nettoyer l’intérieur du projecteur avant l’arrivée de la saison humide. Demander au centre
technique agréé le plus proche de nettoyer le projecteur lorsque cela est requis. Se renseigner auprès du centre
technique agréé pour le coût du nettoyage.
Si le projecteur doit rester inutilisé pour une période prolongée, retirer les piles de la
télécommande.
• Autrement les piles risqueraient de fuir, de surchauffer, de prendre en feu ou d’éclater, ce qui peut causer un
incendie ou endommager les zones adjacentes.
Ne pas utiliser la lampe usée.
• Le bloc lampe risquerait de se casser.
Ne pas placer le projecteur dans des endroits extrêmement chauds.
• Cela peut causer la détérioration du boîtier ou des composants internes, ou causer un incendie.
• Prêter une attention particulière dans les endroits directement exposés aux rayons du soleil ou près des fours.
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Précautions pour la manipulation
Précautions pour le transport
Mise au rebut
S’assurer absolument que le capuchon d’objectif est en
place pour transporter le projecteur ou le déplacer. Le
projecteur et la lentille de projection sont fabriqués avec
précision et, en tant que tels, sont sensibles aux vibrations
et aux chocs. Pour transporter le projecteur et la lentille ou
les déplacer, les mettre dans les cartons dans lesquels ils
étaient au moment de leur achat, et prendre des
précautions afin de les protéger de vibrations et de chocs.
Contacter le revendeur ou un revendeur spécialisé
pour la mise au rebut du produit.
Précautions pour l’installation
Observez les précautions suivantes à l’installation du produit.
Evitez d’installer le produit à un emplacement
exposé à des vibrations ou impacts.
Si le projecteur est installé à un emplacement où
des vibrations sont transmises d’une source à
puissance motrice et autre, ou monté sur une
voiture ou un bateau, des vibrations ou impacts
peuvent être transmis au produit qui peuvent
endommager les pièces internes, causant une
défaillance. Installez le produit à un
emplacement exempt de vibrations et d’impacts.
Ne déplacez pas le projecteur
pendant qu’il fonctionne, et évitez de
l’exposer à des vibrations ou chocs.
La durée de service de ses moteurs internes
risquerait d’être réduite.
N’installez pas le projecteur près de lignes
haute tension ou de sources d’énergie.
Le produit pourrait être exposé à des interférences s’il est installé
à proximité de lignes haute tension ou de sources d’énergie.
Ne placez pas le projecteur sur une
feuille en vinyle ou un tapis.
Si la feuille de vinyle est aspirée et bloque de port
d’admission du filtre à air, la température peut augmenter
à l’intérieur du projecteur, ce qui déclenchera le circuit de
protection et mettra le projecteur hors tension.
Consultez un technicien spécialisé pour
l’installation du projet au plafond.
Si l’appareil doit être installé suspendu au plafond, se
procurer une fixation de suspension en option (pour plafond
élevé : modèle N° ET-PKD56H ; pour plafond bas : modèle
N° ET-PKD55S). Contacter un technicien spécialisé ou un
centre de service après-vente agréé pour l’installation.
Installez le projecteur de sorte qu’il repose
uniquement sur son panneau inférieur et par
aucune de ses autres pièces ou surfaces.
N’installez pas le projecteur à plus de
2 700 m (8 858.3') au-dessus du niveau de la mer.
A l’utilisation au-dessus de 1 400 m (4 593.2')
au-dessus du niveau de la mer, réglez
“ALTITUDE”, expliqué à la page 34, à “HAUTE”.
En cas contraire, la durée de vie l’appareil risque d’être
raccourcie. Pour l’utilisation à plus de 2 700 m au-dessus
du niveau de la mer, informez-vous auprès du revendeur.
Mise au point de l’objectif
Ne pas régler la mise au point de l’objectif pendant la période
initiale (environ 30 minutes) qui suit la mise sous tension du
projecteur. Cet objectif de projecteur à grande netteté est
affecté par la chaleur des sources de lumière, et ceci rend la
mise au point instable pendant la période qui suit
immédiatement la mise sous tension du projecteur. Laisser le
projecteur se réchauffer pendant au moins 30 minutes avant
de régler la mise au point de l’objectif. Autrement la chaleur
risque de faire dériver la mise au point.
Précautions pour l’utilisation
Pour visualiser des images nettes:
• Le public ne peut pas jouir d’un fort contraste et
d’image nettes si la lumière extérieure ou l’éclairage
interfère avec la surface de l’écran.Tirez les rideaux
des fenêtres ou les stores, éteignez l’éclairage près
de l’écran ou prenez d’autres mesures adaptées.
• Suivant l’emplacement d’utilisation du projecteur, il
arrive dans de rares cas que l’air chaud émis par les
sorties d’air ou par le climatiseur provoque un effet
de chatoiement sur l’écran. Pour cette raison, éviter
de couvrir les sorties d’air et tenir compte de
l’orientation du flux d’air émis par le climatiseur.
Ne touchez pas la surface de l’objectif
de projection les mains nues.
Si des empreintes de doigts sont laissées sur la surface
de l’objectif de projection, elles seront agrandies et
projetées sur l’écran. Maintenez vos mains loin de
l’objectif. Couvrez l’objectif avec le bouchon d’objectif
fourni quand le projecteur n’est pas utilisé.
Lampe
Une lampe au mercure à pression interne élevée
est utilisée comme source lumineuse de ce produit.
Cette lampe a les caractéristiques suivantes :
• Elle peut éclater sous l’effet d’un son fort ou terminer sa
vie de service par un non-éclairage à cause de certains
impacts, d’imperfections ou d’une détérioration due aux
heures d’utilisation. En particulier, la vie de service sera
grandement affectée si vous allumez et éteignez la
lampe de manière fréquente et/ou répétée.
• La vie de service d’une lampe au mercure varie
individuellement et selon les conditions d’utilisation.
• Dans de rares cas, elle peut éclater un peu
après son premier allumage.
• La possibilité d’un éclatement augmente quand la
lampe est utilisée au-delà du temps de remplacement.
• Si la lampe éclate, le gaz présent à l’intérieur
sera libéré et dégagera peut-être de la fumée.
• La lampe se détériore plus vite lorsque utilisée
de manière continue pendant 24 heures ou
plus. Il est possible de réduire la détérioration
de la lampe causée par l’utilisation continue en
utilisant la fonction “RELAIS LAMPE”.
Nettoyage et maintenance
Débranchez bien la fiche du cordon
d’alimentation de la prise avant le nettoyage.
Utilisez un chiffon doux et sec pour
nettoyer le coffret.
Pour les taches rebelles, utilisez un chiffon
humidifié de solution détergente de cuisine
(neutre) et essorez-le pour essuyer le coffret;
finissez avec un chiffon sec. En cas d’utilisation
d’un produit chimique, suivez ses instructions.
Ne nettoyez pas la surface de l’objectif
avec un chiffon pelucheux ou poussiéreux.
Si de la poussière adhère à l’objectif, elle sera
grossie et projetée sur l’écran.
Utilisez un chiffon doux et sec pour éliminer la poussière.
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Remplacement de la lampe
Attention !
Lorsque vous remplacez la lampe, laissez-la refroidir au moins une heure avant de la
manipuler.
• Le couvercle de la lampe devient très chaud, et on risque de se brûler si on le touche.
Assurez-vous toujours que les deux lampes sont installées.
Précautions pour le remplacement de la lampe
Retirez la fiche du cordon d’alimentation et assurez-vous que la section qui entoure la lampe est refroidie.
Soyez prudent en manipulant la lampe source de lumière. La lampe peut éclater si elle est heurtée par des
objets solides ou si elle tombe à cause de la forte pression d’air dans l’ampoule.
Une lampe usée peut éclater si elle est manipulée sans soin.
Contactez une entreprise d’évacuation des déchets industriels pour l’enlèvement des lampes usées.
Si vous persistez à utiliser une lampe après le moment où elle aurait dû être remplacée, la lampe peut casser.
Un tournevis Philips est requis pour le remplacement de la lampe.
Faites attention que votre main ne glisse pas en utilisant le tournevis.
Remarque • Il n’est possible de mettre l’appareil sous tension que si les deux lampes sont installées.
• La lampe est une pièce en option. Contactez le revendeur.
Bloc de lampe de rechange, modèle n˚: ET-LAD40 (une ampoule), ET-LAD40W (deux
ampoules)
• Des lampes autres que celles spécifiées ci-dessus ne sont pas utilisables. Utilisez la lampe
spécifiée.
Moment adéquat pour remplacer la lampe
Les lampes sont des consommables. Comme la luminosité de la lampe diminue graduellement au fil de
l’utilisation, il est nécessaire de la remplacer régulièrement. La lampe doit être remplacée après environ 3 000
heures d’utilisation, mais il se peut qu’elle atteigne la fin de sa durée de service avant 3 000 heures suivant ses
caractéristiques ou d’autres facteurs tels que les conditions d’utilisation et l’environnement d’installation. Par
conséquent, il est recommandé à l’utilisateur de disposer d’une lampe de rechange.
Comme le risque d’éclatement de la lampe augmente après 3 000 heures d’utilisation, elle s’éteint
automatiquement.
Indication sur écran
REMPLACER LA LAMPE
Après
2 800 heures
Après
3 000 heures
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L’indication apparaît pendant 30
secondes ou jusqu’à ce que l’on
appuie sur une touche de commande.
Témoin de lampe
LAMPE
Le témoin de lampe s’allume en
rouge
même en mode de veille.
L’indication ne disparaît que si l’on
appuie sur une touche de
commande.
Procédure de remplacement de la lampe
Mettez hors tension en suivant la procédure de la page 23, débranchez la fiche
électrique et vérifiez que les éléments autour de la lampe ont refroidi.
Assurez-vous que le ventilateur est arrêté.
Préparez un tournevis Phillips à l’avance.
Retirez la vis fixant le cache de la
lampe, puis faites-le glisser un peu vers
la gauche et retirez-le.
Retirez les deux vis fixant le ventilateur.
Cache de la lampe
Lampe 2
Vis de fixation
de la lampe
Remarque • Les lampes sont fabriquées de sorte
que les vis ne tombent pas
complètement à l’étape
.
Ouvrez le ventilateur comme illustré sur
la figure.
Retirez les vis fixant les lampes (deux
pour chaque lampe), saisissez les
poignées et retirez les lampes.
Poignée Lampe 1
Attention
La lampe est chaude si elle vient
d’être utilisée.
Vous risquez de vous brûler si vous la touchez
alors qu’elle est encore chaude.
Installez la nouvelle lampe.
Utilisez un tournevis Phillips pour
serrer correctement les 2 vis de fixation
de la lampe (deux pour chaque lampe).
Serrez fermement les deux vis pour
bien fixer le ventilateur.
Faites glisser le cache un peu vers la
droite et fixez-le au moyen de la vis
pour monter solidement le cache de
lampe.
Attention • La lampe et le cache doivent être
correctement fixés.
Si ce n’est pas le cas, un circuit de
protection entre en action et la mise
sous tension sera impossible.
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Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the
correct method of disposal.
Information sur la mise au rebut dans les pays n’appartenant pas à l’Union européenne
Ce symbole est uniquement valide dans l’Union européenne.
Si vous désirez mettre ce produit au rebut, contactez l’administration locale ou le revendeur et
informez-vous de la bonne façon de procéder.
This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery which
contains Perchlorate Material–special handling may apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
Projectors
Panasonic Projector Systems Company
Unit of Panasonic Corporation of North America
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
PHONE: (201)392-6591
Technical Support:
PHONE: (888)-411-1996
FAX: (201)348-7523
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