Appendix

Appendix
Compatibility and cabling
The LitePro 580 provides an image resolution of 640 by 480 pixels
with up to 16 million colors. It is compatible with various computer
graphics and video formats.
Source
Format
Resolution
Cable
IBM compatible
VGA, VESA, NEC,
JEGA, MDA*,
CGA, Hercules*,
ATT*
640x480
640x200
640x400
640x350
720x350**
720x400**
800x600**
VGA cable supplied
with projector
Apple/Macintosh
(includes Apple II,
Mac II, LC, Performa,
Quadra, PowerBook
and Power
Macintosh)
Standard
graphics, 8- and
24-bit color
monitor
640x480
640x400
VGA cable with Mac
adapters supplied with
projector
Video
(Composite)
NTSC
PAL, SECAM
640x480
768x576**
A/V cable supplied
with projector
Video
(S-Video)
NTSC
PAL, SECAM
640x480
768x576**
S-Video cable
*
Monochrome only; requires special cable.
**
The LitePro 580 displays only 640x480 images; images of higher resolution will be
compressed or cropped.
About broadcast video
Most broadcast video signals in the world are one of three standards:
•
NTSC (National Television Standards Committee)—a 60 Hz 525line resolution standard used in North America, parts of South
America, and Japan.
•
PAL (Phase Alternating Line)—a 50 Hz 768x576 resolution
standard used in Europe, Australia, China, and some South
American and African countries.
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•
SECAM (Sequentiel Couleur à Mémoire)—a 50 Hz 768x576
resolution standard similar to PAL used in France, Eastern
Europe, and some African and Middle Eastern countries. PAL
and SECAM differ in the way color information is encoded on the
broadcast signal.
Video produced by VCRs, laser disc players, and camcorders is sent
and received in one of two formats:
•
Composite video—carries sync, luminance (the black and white
part of the video signal), and color information on one signal
with a single pin and ground connection, and
•
S-Video—separates color information from the luminance and
sync signal with a four-pin and ground connection. Because of
the color separation, S-Video produces a higher quality display
with better colors and less noise. It is not recommended for use
over distant connections as the signal tends to degrade the longer
the it must travel.
About computer video
Computer video generates five separate signals for IBM compatible
computers: red, green, blue, H-sync and V-sync. It provides four
separate signals for Macintosh computers: red, green, blue, and
composite sync. These types of signal are called RGB for red, green,
and blue.
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Specifications
The LitePro must be operated or stored within the limits of these
specifications.
Projection Lamp
Type
150W 65V metal halide short-arc
Life
Average 600 hours to 50% of initial brightness
Fuse
Type
6.3A. 250V.T. 5x20mm
Power Requirements
100-120 VAC
3.5A, 50/60 Hz
220-240 VAC
1.3A, 50/60 Hz
Remote Control
Battery
Three (3) AAA alkaline cells
Range
Approximately 35 feet (10 m.) when aimed at the
projector or reflected off a white wall or projection
screen within 30° of the projection axis
Optical
Aspect ratio
4 (H) X 3(V)
Brightness
average 200 lumens
(measured by ANSI 9 point method)
Uniformity
1.3:1 maximum
(measured by 12 point method)
Projection range
3.9 to 40.4 feet
(1.2 to 12.3 m)
Zoom ratio
1:1.4
Image size
21 in. to 300 in. (.5 m to 7 m)
Temperature
Operating
5° to 40° C
Non-operating
-20° to 60° C
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Altitude
Operating
0 to 10,000 feet (3000 meters)
Non-operating
20,000 feet (6000 meters)
Humidity
Operating
20 to 80% RH, non-condensing
Non-operating
10 to 90% RH, non-condensing
Dimensions
LitePro 580
11.22 [W] x 5.51(5.87) [H] x 13.54(16.26) [D] inches
28.5 [W] x 14(14.9) [H] x 34.4(41.3) [D] cm
Weight
Unpacked
16.98 lbs. (7.7 kg)
Pin assignments
VGA Cable
The Y-shaped VGA cable that shipped with your LitePro has three
connectors, they are labeled “Monitor,” “VGA,” and “LCD.” The pin
assignments for these connectors are listed here.
“LCD” Connector
The end of the VGA cable that plugs into the LitePro is a male 26-pin
D-style connector. The table below lists its pin assignments.
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Input Pin
Signal Description
Output Pin
1
Vertical sync
10
2
Horizontal sync
11
8
Blue analog
14
6
Intensity digital
12
7
Green digital
13
9
Red analog
15
16
Blue digital
3
17
Red digital
4
18
Green analog input with composite sync
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Input Pin
Signal Description
20
GND
21
GND
22
GND
23
Digital/analog video cable ID
24
GND
25
VGA/no video cable ID pin
26
Monochrome digital (Hercules)
Output Pin
19
Monitor” and “VGA” Connectors
The pin assignments are the same for the “Monitor” and “VGA”
connectors. The “Monitor” connector is a female video RGB, 15-pin
micro-D-style connector. The “VGA” connector is a male video RGB,
15-pin micro-D-style connector. The table below lists the pin
assignments for both connectors.
Pin
Signal Description
1
Red analog input
2
Green analog input with composite sync
3
Blue analog input
4
GND
5
GND
6
Red GND
7
Green GND
8
Blue GND
9
NC
10
Sync GND
11
GND
12
NC
13
Horizontal sync/composite sync input
14
Vertical sync input
15
NC
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Order information
The following In Focus products, used with the LitePro 580, can be
ordered from your In Focus dealer.
Standard Accessories (ship with LitePro)
Part Number
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010-0097-xx
Lens cover
340-0182-xx
VGA cable
210-0014-xx
Mac adapter for VGA cable
516-0003-xx
A/V cable
210-0053-xx
Projection lamp
232-0059-xx
Fan intake filter
321-0044-xx
Fan intake cover
321-0042-xx
Projector connection ports cover
340-0180-xx
Projector control panel cover
340-0181-xx
LP Utilities kit
599-0076-xx
Fuse, 6.3A. 250 V.T. 5x20mm
749-0018-xx
Power Cords (one ships with LitePro)
North American Power Cord
210-0023-xx
Australian Power Cord
210-0027-xx
UK Power Cord
210-0028-xx
European Power Cord
210-0029-xx
Danish Power Cord
210-0030-xx
Swiss Power Cord
210-0031-xx
Optional Accessories
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Travel case
591-0162-xx
Remote control cable
210-0070-xx
CGA/EGA cable
210-0032-xx
60” polarized screen
591-0149-xx
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Laptop display activation chart
The LitePro connects to a laptop computer through the computer’s
external monitor port. Most laptop computers do not automatically
activate this port when a device such as the LitePro is connected. The
following chart lists the commands that activate the external monitor
port for a variety of computers. If your computer is not listed here,
refer to your computer’s documentation.
Computer
Key command to
activate port
Key command to
de-activate port
Acer
Ctrl-Alt-Esc (for setup)<
Ctrl-Alt-Esc (for setup)
AST
FN-D or Ctrl-D
FN-D or Ctrl-D
Ctrl-FN-D
Ctrl-FN-D
FN-F5
FN-F5
type from A:/IVGA/CRT
type from A:/IVGA/CRT
Austin
Ctrl-Alt-,,
Ctrl-Alt-,
Altima*
Shift-Ctrl-Alt-C
Shift-Ctrl-Alt-L
setup VGA/Conf.Simulscan
setup VGA/Conf.Simulscan
Amrel* **
setup menu
setup menu
Shift-Ctrl-D
Shift-Ctrl-D
automatic - no activation
command needed
reboot computer
BCC
Bondwell
LCD or CRT option
LCD or CRT option
Chaplet**
setup screen
setup screen
Commax
Ctrl-Alt-#6
Ctrl-Alt-#5
Compaq**
Ctrl-Alt-<
Ctrl-Alt->
FN-F4
FN-F4
Data General
Ctrl-Alt-Command
Ctrl-Alt-Command
Data General
Walkabout
2 CRT/X at DOS prompt
reboot
Datavue
Ctrl-Shift-M
Ctrl-Shift-M
Dell*
Ctrl-Alt-<
Ctrl-Alt->
Ctrl-Alt-F10
Ctrl-Alt-F10
automatic
reboot
FN-F2
FN-F2
Digital
Dolch
dip switch to CRT
dip switch to LCD
Epson
dip switch to CRT
dip switch to LCD
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Computer
Key command to
activate port
Key command to
de-activate port
Everex**
setup screen option
setup screen option
For-A
Ctrl-Alt-Shift-C
Ctrl-Shift-Alt-L
Gateway 2000
FN-F1
FN-F1
Grid* **
FN-F2, choose auto or
simultaneous
FN-F2
Ctrl-Alt-Tab
Ctrl-Alt-Tab
Hyundai
setup screen option
setup screen option
IBM 970
automatic
warm reboot
IBM ThinkPad
setup screen option
setup screen option
Kris Tech**
FN-F8
FN-F8
Mac Portable
no video port: not compatible
Mac PowerBook
140, 145, 170
no video port: requires a 3rd-party interface
160, 165, 180, 250
automatic: use Set
Mirroring option
230
requires Apple Docking Station
Mastersport
FN-F2
FN-F1
Micro Express
automatic
warm reboot
Microslave
automatic
warm reboot
Mitsubishi
SW2 On-Off-Off-Off
SW2 Off-On-On-On
NCR
setup screen option
setup screen option
NEC*
setup screen option
setup screen option
CRT at the DOS prompt
LCD at the DOS prompt
FN-F2
FN-F2
Ctrl-Alt-<
Ctrl-Alt->
Panasonic
FN-F2
FN-F2
Samsung
setup screen option
setup screen option
Sanyo
setup screen option
setup screen option
Sharp
dip switch to CRT
dip switch to LCD
SPARC-Dataview
Ctrl-Shift-M
Ctrl-Shift-M
Tandy* **
Ctrl-Alt-Insert
Ctrl-Alt-Insert
Packard Bell*
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warm reboot
setup screen option
setup screen option
Texas Instruments
setup screen option
setup screen option
Top-Link* **
setup screen option
setup screen option
FN-F6
FN-F6
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Computer
Key command to
activate port
Key command to
de-activate port
Toshiba* **
Ctrl-Alt-End
Ctrl-Alt-Home
4500
FN-End
FN-Home
FN-F5
FN-F5
setup screen option
setup screen option
Wyse
software driver
software driver
Zenith
FN-F10
FN-F10
*
These manufacturers have other models that automatically send video to the
external CRT port when some type of display device is attached.
** These manufacturers offer more than one key command depending on the
computer model.
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