DLP Projector
BE320-SD
Owner's Manual
P/N: SAC30190915 Rev. A
www.lg.com
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Usage Notice
Safety Instructions.................................................. 2
Introduction
Product Features.................................................... 5
Package Overview.................................................. 6
Product Overview................................................... 7
Connection Ports................................................. 8
Control Panel....................................................... 9
Remote Control Battery Installation................... 10
Remote Control.................................................. 11
Remote Control Operating Range..................... 13
Appendices
Troubleshooting.................................................... 37
Replacing the lamp............................................... 42
Compatibility Mode............................................... 44
Computer Compatibility (Analog, PC)................ 44
RGB to RCA adapter......................................... 44
Configurations of Terminals.................................. 45
Terminal: RS232 Pin Assignments.................... 45
RS232 Protocol Function List............................ 46
Dimensions........................................................... 49
Specifications....................................................... 50
Regulation & Safety Notices................................. 51
Installation
Connecting the Projector...................................... 14
Connect to Computer/Notebook........................ 14
Connect to Video............................................... 15
Powering On/Off the Projector.............................. 16
Powering On the Projector................................. 16
Powering Off the Projector................................. 17
Adjusting the Projected Image.............................. 18
Adjusting the Height of Projector Image............ 18
Adjusting the Projector’s Zoom and Focus........ 19
Adjusting Projection Image Size........................ 19
User Controls
On Screen Display................................................ 21
How to operate.................................................. 21
IMAGE............................................................... 22
IMAGE | Advanced............................................ 24
IMAGE | Advanced | Color................................. 25
IMAGE | Advanced | Input................................. 25
SCREEN............................................................ 26
SETTING........................................................... 28
SETTING | Signal.............................................. 30
SETTING | Advanced........................................ 31
OPTIONS........................................................... 32
OPTIONS | Lamp Settings................................. 33
OPTIONS | Information...................................... 34
OPTIONS | Advanced........................................ 35
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Usage Notice
Safety Instructions
Please take note of the safety instructions to prevent any potential accident or misuse of the projector.
Safety Instructions are given in two forms as detailed below.
WARNING : The violation of this instruction may cause serious injuries and even death.
NOTES : The violation of this instruction may cause injuries or damage to the projector.
After reading this manual, keep it in the place that you can access easily.
Indoor Installation
Do not place the Projector in direct
sunlight or near heat sources such
as radiators, fires, stove etc.
WARNING
Do not place flammable materials
in, on or near the projector
Do not hang on the installed
projector.
This may cause a fire hazard!
It may cause the projector to fall,
causing injury or death.
Do not place the projector close to
sources of steam or oil such as a
humidifier.
Do not place the projector where it
might be exposed to dust.
This may cause a fire hazard !
Do not block the vents of the projector or restrict air-flow in any way.
This would cause the internal temperature to increase and could cause
a fire hazard or damage to the unit!
This may create a fire hazard or an
Do not use the projector in a damp
place such as a bathroom where it
is likely to get wet.
Do not place the projector directly
on a carpet, rug or place where
ventilation is restricted.
This may cause a fire or an electric
shock hazard!
This would cause its internal temperature to increase and might create a fire
hazard or damage the unit.
Indoor Installation
When installing the projector on a
table, be careful not to place it near
the edge.
The projector could fall causing injury
and damage to the projector.
Only use a suitable stand.
Power
Earth wire should be connected.
Ensure that you connect the earth ground wire
to prevent possible electric shock (i.e.a Projector
with a three-prong grounded AC plug must be
connected to a three-prong gronded AC outlet.
If grounding methods are not possible, have
a qualified electrician install a separate circuit
breaker.
Do not try to ground the unit by connecting it to
telephone wires, lightening rods, or gas pipes.
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This may cause a fire hazard or damage to the unit!
electric shock hazard !
Ensure good ventilation around the
projector. The distance between
the projector and the wall should be
more than 30cm/12 inches.
An excessive increase in its internal
temperature may cause a fire hazard
or damage to the unit!
NOTES
Disconnect from the power supply
and remove all connections before
moving, or cleaning.
Only use the projector on a level
and stable surface.
It may fall and cause injury and/or
damage to the unit.
WARNING
The power cord should be inserted
fully into the power outlet to avoid
a fire hazard!
This may cause a fire hazard or damage the unit.
Do not place heavy objects on the
power cord.
This may cause a fire or an electric
shock hazard !
Usage Notice
Power
WARNING
Never touch the power plug with a
wet hand
Do not plug-in too many items into
one power outlet.
Prevent dust from collecting on the
power plug pins or outlet.
This may cause an electric shockhazard!
It may result in overheating of the
outlet and create a fire hazard!
This may cause a fire hazard!
Power
NOTES
Hold the plug firmly when unplugging. If you pull the cord, it may be
damaged.
Do not use if the power cord or the
plug is damaged or any part of the
power outlet is loose.
Ensure the power cord does not
come into contact with sharp or
hot objects.
This may cause a fire hazard !
This may cause a fire or an electricshock hazard or damage to the unit!
This may cause a fire or an electricshock hazard or damage to the unit!
Place the projector where people
will not trip or tread on the power
cord.
Do not turn the projector On/Off by plugging-in or unplugging the power
plug to the wall outlet.
(Allow the unit to cool before removing power.)
This may cause a fire or an electricshock hazard or damage to the unit!
It may cause mechanical failure or could cause an electric shock.
Using
WARNING
Do not place anything containing
liquid on top of the projector such
as flowerpot, cup, cosmetics or
candle.
In case of impact shock or damage
to the projector switch it off and
unplug it from the power outlet
and contact an authorized service
center.
This may cause a fire hazard or damage to the unit!
This may cause a fire or an electric
shock hazard or damage to the unit!
If water is spilt into the projector
unplug it from the power supply
immediately and consult your
Service Agent.
Dispose of used batteries carefully and safely.
Do not allow any objects to fall into
the projector.
This may cause an electric shock
hazard or damage to the unit!
In the case of a battery being swallowed by a child please consult a doctor
immediately.
This may cause an electric shock
hazard or damage to the unit!
Do not remove any covers.
High risk of Electric Shock!
Don’t look directly into the lens
when the projector is in use. Eye
damage may occur!
Do not touch metal parts during
or soon after operation since the
vents will remain very hot!
CAUTION concerning the Power Cord
It is recommend that most appliances be placed on a dedicated circuit; that is,a single outlet circuit which powers
only that appliance and has no additional outlets or branch circuits. Check the specification page of this owner’s
manual to be certain.
Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power
cords, or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of these conditions could result in electric shock
or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage or deterioration,
unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord replaced with an exact replacement part by an
authorized service personnel.
Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched, closed in a
door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the cord exits the appliance.
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Usage Notice
Using
WARNING
If the projector is in a room that
experiences a gas leak, do not
touch the projector.
Don’t look at laser beam directly as
it can cause eye damage!
Always open the lens door or
remove the lens cap when the
projector lamp is on.
It can cause a fire or a burn by a
spark.
Using
NOTES
Do not place heavy objects on top
of projector.
This may cause mechanical failure
orpersonal injury!
Do not use any sharp tools on the
projector as this will damage the
casing.
Take care not to impact the lens
particularly when moving the
projector.
Do not touch the lens of the
projector. It is delicate and easily
damaged.
In the event that an image does
not appear on the screen please
switch it off and unplug it from
the power outlet and contact your
Service Agent.
Do not drop the projector or allow
impact shock.
This may cause mechanical failure or
personal injury!
This may cause a fire or an electric
shock hazard or damage to the unit!
Cleaning
WARNING
Do not use water while cleaning
the projector.
This may cause damage to the projector or an electric shock hazard.
In the unlikely event of smoke or
a strange smell from the projector,
switch it off , unplug it from the wall
outlet and contact your dealer or
service centre.
Use an air spray or soft cloth that
is moist with a neutral detergent
and water for removing dust or
stains on the projection lens.
This may cause a fire or an electric
shock hazard or damage to the unit!
Cleaning
Contact the Service
Center once a year to
clean the internal parts of
the projector.
Accumulated dust can
cause mechanical failure.
NOTES
When cleaning the plastic parts such as projector case, unplug the power and wipe it
with a soft cloth. Do not use cleanser, spray water or wipe with a wet cloth. Especially,
never use cleanser (glass cleaner), automobile or industrial shiner, abrasive or wax,
benzene, alcohol etc., which can damage the product.
Use an air spray or soft cloth that is moist with a neutral detergent and water for
removing dust or stains on the projection lens.
It can cause fire, electric shock or product damage (deformation, corrosion and damage).
Others
WARNING
Do not attempt to service the projector yourself. Contact your dealer or service center.
This may cause damage to the projector and could give an electric Shock as well as invalidating the warranty!
Others
Be sure to unplug if the projector is not to be used for
a long period.
Accumulated dust may cause a fire hazard or damage to
the unit!
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NOTES
Only use the specified type of battery.
This could cause damage to the remote control.
Introduction
Product Features
■ SVGA (800x600) Native resolution
■ RGB monitor Loop Thru
■ BrilliantColorTM Technology
■ RS232C control
■ Rapid shutdown
(works on standby mode > 0.5 W)
This device meets the EMC requirements ments for
home applicaces (Class B) and is intended for home
usage. This device can be used in all regions.
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Introduction
Package Overview
Thisprojectorcomeswithalltheitemsshownbelow.
Checktomakesureyourunitiscomplete.Contactyour
dealerimmediatelyifanythingismissing.
CR
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Lithium Cell
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Duetothedifferenceinapplications
foreachcountry,some
regionsmayhavedifferentaccessories.
Projector
WirelessRemoteControl
PowerCable
RGBCable
Batteryisincluded
insidetheremotecontrol.
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PROJECTOR
BE320-SD
http://www.lg.com
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All Rights Reserved.
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Battery
Introduction
Product Overview
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1. ControlPanel
2. ZoomLever
3. FocusRing
4. LampCover
5. LampCoveScrew
6. RemoteSensor
7. Tilt-AdjustableFeet
8. Lens
9. Ventilation(inlet)
10. Ventilation(outlet)
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Connection Ports
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1. VIDEOConnector
2. RGBOUTConnector
3. RGBINConnector
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4. RS232CControlPort
5. ACIN
6. KensingtonTMLock
KensingtonSecuritySystem
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ThisprojectorhasaKensingtonSecuritySystemConnectoronthebackpanel.Connectthe
KensingtonSecuritySystemcableasbelow.
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Forthedetailedinstallationanduseof
theKensingtonSecuritySystem,refer
totheuser’sguideincludedwiththe
KensingtonSecuritySystemset.And
forfurtherinformation,contact
http://www.kensington.com,the
internethomepageoftheKensington
companythatdealswithexpensive
electronicequipmentsuchasnotebook
PCsorprojectors.
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TheKensingtonSecuritySystemisan
optionalitem.
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Control Panel
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POWER
Refertothe“PowerOn/OfftheProjector”sectiononpages16~17.
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AUTO
Automaticallysynchronizethe
projectortotheVGA(RGB)andVideo
signalinputsources.
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OK
Confirm your item selection.
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MENU
Press“MENU”tolaunchtheonscreendisplay(OSD)menu.Toexit
OSD,press“MENU”again.
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SOURCE
Press“SOURCE”toselectaninput
signal.
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FourDirectionalSelectKeys
Use or or or toselectitems
ormakeadjustmentstoyourselection.
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POWERLED
Indicatetheprojector’sstatus.
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TEMPLED
Indicatetheprojector’stemperature
status.
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LAMPLED
Indicatetheprojector’slampstatus.
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1.Removethebatteryholderbyholdingdowntheside
release firmly and pulling out the battery holder.
2.InsertaCR2025coincellbatteryandalignthepolarity
correctlyaccordingtothemarkinginthebatteryholder.
Ensurethatthesidewitha“+”isfacingup.
3.Replacethebatteryholder.
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Whenyouusethe
remotecontrolfor
the first time, there
isaplasticsheet
betweenthebattery
anditscontact.
Removethesheet
beforeuse.
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Remote Control Battery Installation
Warning:Toensuresafeoperation,pleaseobservethefollowingprecautions:
■UseCR2025typebattery.
■Avoidcontactwithwaterorliquid.
■Donotexposetheremotecontroltomoistureorheat.
■Donotdroptheremotecontrol.
■Ifthebatteryhasleakedintheremotecontrol,carefullywipethecasecleanandinstallnewbattery.
■Riskofanexplosionifbatteryisreplacedbyanincorrecttype.
■Disposeofusedbatteryaccordingtotheinstructions.
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Remote Control
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You can only turn
the projector on/off
with POWER button on
the projector.
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You can operate all
of the functions of the
projector via the remote
control. Make sure
not to lose the remote
control.
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Infrared transmitter
Sends signals to the projector.
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RGB
Press “RGB” to choose RGB connector.
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Power
Refer to the “Power On/Off the Projector” section. (refer to pages 16~17)
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Video
Press “Video” to choose VIDEO connector.
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Sleep
Press “Sleep” to set the countdown
timer interval. The projector will automatically power off when the countdown has finished. (in minutes)
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Still
Pause the screen image. Press again to
resume the screen image.
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Blank
Use this function to choose blank
color.
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Menu
Press “Menu” to launch the Onscreen
display (OSD), back to the top level of
OSD for the OSD main menu operation
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Ratio
Use this function to choose your
desired aspect ratio.
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OK
Confirm your section of items in sub
menu operation.
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Four Directional
Select Keys
Use
or
or or to select items
or make adjustments to your selection.
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Auto
Automatically synchronize the
projector to the VGA(RGB) and Video
signal input sources.
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Zoom
Zoom out or zoom in the projector
display.
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Info
To display the projector information for
“Source”, “Resolution or Video”, “ECO
Mode” and “Sleep Countdown” on the
screen. (refer to page 34)
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Eco
When Eco mode is activated, the
brightness detected to significantly reduced lamp power consumption (up
to 70%) during periods of inactivity.
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Keystone
Press to adjust image distortion
caused by tilting the projector.
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Remote Control Operating Range
23.0’ (7m)
Approx.15°
Pointtheremotecontroltowardtheprojector(InfraredRemoteReceiver)whenpressinganybutton.Maximumoperatingrangefortheremotecontrolisabout23.0’(7m)and30°in
frontoftheprojector.
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Connecting the Projector
Connect to Computer/Notebook
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for each country, some
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1............................................................................................................... Power cable
2...................................................................................Monitor out cable (optional)
3.................................................................................................................. RGB cable
4.......................................................................................... RS232C cable (optional)
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Optional Extras
To purchase optional extras, visit an electronics store or online shopping site or contact the retail
store where you purchased the product.
Without prior notice, optional extras are subject to change in order to improve the performance of
the product, and new accessories may be added.
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Connect to Video
DVDplayer,Set-topBox
HDTVreceiver
VideoOutput
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toconnecttheHDTV,
itisrecommendedto
buythe“RGBtoRCA
adaptor”.
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2..........................................................................Compositevideocable(optional)
3..................................................................... (*)RGBtoRCAadaptor(optional)
4........................................................................3RCAcomponentcable(optional)
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Optional Extras
Topurchaseoptionalextras,visitanelectronicsstoreoronlineshoppingsiteorcontacttheretail
storewhereyoupurchasedtheproduct.
Withoutpriornotice,optionalextrasaresubjecttochangeinordertoimprovetheperformanceof
theproduct,andnewaccessoriesmaybeadded.
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Installation
Powering On/Off the Projector
Powering On the Projector
1. Ensurethatthepowercableandsignalcablearesecurely
connected.ThePOWERLEDwillturnorange.
2. Turnonthelampbypressing“POWER ”ontheremote
controlorthecontrolpanel.ThePOWERLEDwill
flash green.
Whendisappearstartupscreen,thePOWERLEDwillturn
green.
3. Turnonyoursource(computer,notebook,videoplayer,
etc.)Theprojectorwilldetectyoursourceautomatically.

Ifyouconnectmultiplesourcesatthesametime,pressthe
“SOURCE”buttononthecontrolpaneltoswitchbetween
inputs.
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SVGA
Installation
Powering Off the Projector
1. Press the “POWER ” to turn off the projector, you will see
a message as below on the on-screen display.
2. Press the “POWER ” again to confirm.
3. The cooling fan continues to operate for cooling cycle and
the POWER LED will flash orange. When the POWER LED
is orange, the projector has entered standby mode.
If you wish to turn the projector back on, you must wait
until the projector has completed the cooling cycle and has
enter standby mode.
Once in standby mode, simply press “POWER ” to restart
the projector.
4. Disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet and the
projector.
5. Do not turn on the projector immediately following a power
off procedure.
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Adjusting the Projected Image
Adjusting the Height of Projector Image
Theprojectorisequippedwithadjustablefeettoraiseand
lower the image to fill the screen.
Toraise/lowertheimage:
Use“Adjustablefeet” to fine-tune the display angle.
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Youcanraisethe
projectorfrontupby
rotatingtheadjustable
feet.
Adjustablefeet
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Adjusting the Projector’s Zoom and Focus
Tofocustheimage,rotatethefocusringuntiltheimageis
clear.Theprojectorwillfocusatdistancesfrom3.28to39.37
feet(1.0to12.0meters)withmechanicaltravel.Toturnthe
zoomlevertozoominorout.
ZoomLever
FocusRing
Adjusting Projection Image Size
ProjectionImageSizefrom22.9”to255.0”(0.6to6.48meters).
Top View
Screen
Screen (W)
Height
Projection Distance (D)
Screen
Side View
Screen (H)
Dia
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Width
Offset (Hd)
Projection Distance (D)
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Diagonal length
(inch) size of 4:3
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(meter)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(meter)
Width
Height
Width
Height
wide
tele
wide
tele
(m)
(feet)
30
0.610
0.457
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1.183
1.301
3.880
4.268
0.069
0.225
40
0.813
0.610
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1.577
1.735
5.173
5.691
0.091
0.300
60
1.219
0.914
48
36
2.365
2.602
7.760
8.536
0.137
0.450
70
1.422
1.067
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42
2.759
3.035
9.053
9.959
0.160
0.525
80
1.626
1.219
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48
3.154
3.469
10.347
11.381
0.183
0.600
90
1.829
1.372
72
54
3.548
3.903
11.640
12.804
0.206
0.675
100
2.032
1.524
80
60
3.942
4.336
12.933
14.227
0.229
0.750
120
2.438
1.829
96
72
4.731
5.204
15.520
17.072
0.274
0.900
150
3.048
2.286
120
90
5.913
6.504
19.400
21.340
0.343
1.125
180
3.658
2.743
144
108
7.096
7.805
23.280
25.608
0.411
1.350
250
5.080
3.810
200
150
9.855
10.841
32.333
35.567
0.572
1.875
300
6.096
4.572
240
180
11.826
13.009
38.800
42.680
0.686
2.250
Both side view and top view refer to the above table.
This table is for user’s reference only.
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Offset (Hd)
(feet)
User Controls
On Screen Display
The Projector has multilingual On-screen Display menus
that allow you to make image adjustments and change a
variety of settings. The projector will automatically detect
the source.
How to operate
1. To open the OSD, press “MENU” on the Remote Control or Control
Panel.
2. W
hen OSD is displayed, use keys to select any item in the
main menu. While making a selection on a particular page, press or 3. Use key to enter sub menu.
keys to select the desired item in the sub menu and
adjust the settings using key.
4. Select the next item to be adjusted in the sub menu and adjust as
described above.
5. Press “OK” to confirm, and the screen will return to the sub menu.
6. To exit, press “MENU” repeat again. The OSD will be closed and
the projector will automatically save the new settings.
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Setting
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IMAGE
Picture Mode
T here are many factory presets optimized for various types of images. Use the
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to select the item.
Presentation: This mode is suitable for showing in front of public
High-Bright: This mode is recommended when you want maxi-
When you change
the items, the picture mode will be set “User1”.
in connection to the PC.
mum brightness.
Classroom: This mode is recommended for projecting in a classroom.
Movie: This mode is suitable for watching video.
sRGB: Standardized accurate color.
Blackboard: This mode should be selected to achieve optimum
color settings when projecting onto a blackboard (green).
User1/User2: Memorize user’s settings.
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of the image. (range: 0~100)
Press the
to darken image.
Press the
to lighten the image.
Contrast
The contrast controls the degree of difference between the lightest
and darkest parts of the picture. (range: 0~100)
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Press the
Press the
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to decrease the contrast.
to increase the contrast.
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the image. (range: 0~31)
“Sharpness”,
“Saturation” and
“Hue” functions are
only supported under
Video mode.
Press the
Press the
to decrease the sharpness.
to increase the sharpness.
Saturation
Adjust a video image from black and white to fully saturated color.
(range: 0~100)
Press the
Press the
to decrease the amount of color in the image.
to increase the amount of color in the image.
Hue
Adjust the color balance of red and green. (range: 0~100)
Press the
Press the
to increase the amount of green in the image.
to increase the amount of red in the image.
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IMAGE | Advanced
Gamma
T his allows you to choose a gamma table that has been fine-tuned to
bring out the best image quality for the input.
Film: This mode is recommended for movie
Video: This mode is recommended for video or TV.
Graphics: This mode is recommended for image.
PC: This mode is recommended for presentation.
Blackboard: This mode is recommended for using blackboard
(green).
BrilliantColorTM
Produces an expanded on-screen color spectrum that delivers enhanced color saturation for bright, true-to-life images. (range: 0~10)
Color Temp.
Adjust the color temperature. At cool temperature, the screen looks
colder, at warm temperature, the screen looks warmer.
At medium temperature screen looks between Cool and Warm
temperature.
Color Space
S elect an appropriate color matrix type from AUTO, RGB or YUV.
Exit
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Return to previous menu.
User Controls
IMAGE | Advanced
| Color
Color
R
ed Gain/Green Gain/Blue Gain/Cyan Gain/Magenta Gain/Yelor
button
low Gain/Red Bias/Green Bias/Blue Bias: Use the
to select Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow Colors. Then
use the or button to adjust the setting. (range: -50~50)
Reset
Choose “Yes” to return the factory default settings for “Color”.
Exit
Return to previous menu.
IMAGE | Advanced |
Input
Input
Use this option to enable / disable input sources. Press “OK” to enter the sub menu and select which sources you require. Press “OK”
to finalize the selection. The projector will not search for inputs that
are not selected.
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SCREEN
Aspect Ratio
Use this function to choose your desired aspect ratio.
4:3: This format is for 4×3 input sources.
16:9: This format is for 16×9 input sources, like HDTV and DVD
enhanced for Wide screen TV.
16:10: This format is for 16×10 input sources, like widescreen
laptops.
15:9: This format is for non-16×9, letterbox sources and for users
who use external 16×9 lens to display 1.67:1 aspect ratio using
full resolution.
5:4: This format is for 5×4 input sources.
Native: This format displays the original image without any
scaling.
AUTO: Automatically selects the appropriate display format.
Overscan
Overscan function removes the noise in a video image. Overscan the
image to remove video encoding noise on the edge of video source.
(range: 0~3)
Digital Zoom
Adjust the size of projector’s display area. (range: -20~100)
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Press the
to reduce the size of an image on the projection
Press the
to increase an image on the projection screen.
screen.
User Controls
H Image Shift
Shift the projected image position horizontally. (range: -50~50)
V Image Shift
Shift the projected image position vertically. (range: -50~50)
V Keystone
Press the or to adjust image distortion vertically and makes a
rectangular image. (range: -40~40)
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User Controls
SETTING
Language
hoose the multilingual OSD. Press
C
or
button into the sub
menu and then use
or
or or button to select your preferred language. Press “OK” to finalize the selection.
Orientation

Rear-Desktop


Front-Ceiling
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Front-Desktop
he factory default setting. The image is projected straight on the
T
screen.
hen you select this function, the projector reverses the image
W
so you can project behind a translucent screen.
hen you select this function, the projector turns the image
W
upside down for ceiling-mounted projection.
User Controls

Rear-Ceiling
hen you select this function, the projector reverses and turns
W
the image upside down at same time. You can project from behind a translucent screen with ceiling mounted projection.
Menu Location
Choose the menu location on the display screen.
Projector ID
ID definition can be set up by menu (range 0~99), and allow user
control an individual projector by RS232C.
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User Controls
SETTING |
Signal
Phase
Synchronize the signal timing of the display with the graphic card.
If the image appears to be unstable or flickers, use this function to
correct it. (range: 0~31)
N ot e
“Signal” is only
supported in Analog
VGA (RGB) signal.
Clock
Change the display data frequency to match the frequency of your
computer’s graphic card. Use this function only if the image appears
to flicker vertically. (range: -5~5)
H. Position (Horizontal Position) (range: -5~5)
Press the to move the image left.
Press the to move the image right.
V. Position (Vertical Position) (range: -5~5)
Press the to move the image down.
Press the to move the image up.
Exit
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Return to previous menu.
User Controls
SETTING |
Advanced
Logo
Use this function to set the desired startup screen. If changes are
made they will take effect the next time the projector is powered
on.
On: LG startup screen. (default)
Off: No logo is displayed.
Exit
Return to previous menu.
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User Controls
OPTIONS
Input Search
 When “On” is selected, the projector will search for other signals
if the current input signal is lost.
 When “Off” is selected, the projector will only search a specified
connection port.
Fan Mode
 AUTO: The built-in fans automatically run at a variable speed
according to the internal temperature.
 High Speed: The built-in fans run at high speed.
Information Hide
On: Choose “On” to hide the “searching” message.
Off: Choose “Off” to show the “searching” message.
Blank Color
Use this feature to display a “Black”, “Red”, “Green”, “Blue” or
“White” screen when no signal is available.
Reset
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Resets all adjustments and settings to their factory settings.
User Controls
OPTIONS |
Lamp Settings
Lamp Hours Used (Normal)
Display the projection time of normal mode.
Lamp Hours Used (ECO)
Display the projection time of ECO mode.
Lamp Life Reminder
On: Choose “On” to show the lamp end of life warning
message.
Off: Choose “Off” to hide the lamp end of life warning
message.
ECO Mode
On: Choose “On” to dim the projector lamp which will lower
power consumption and extend the lamp life.
Off: Choose “Off” to increase the brightness.
Clear Lamp Hours
Reset the lamp hour counter after replacing the lamp.
Exit
Return to previous menu.
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User Controls
OPTIONS |
Information
Source
N ot e
All functions in Information display
the status of the
projector only.
Display the input connector type.
Resolution (Resolution or Video)
Display the current display resolution.
ECO Mode
Display the ECO mode.
Sleep Countdown
Display the countdown timer interval.
Exit
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Return to previous menu.
User Controls
OPTIONS |
Advanced
Standby Mode
Power-Saving: Choose “Standby” to save power dissipation
further < 0.5 W.
Normal: Choose “Normal” to return to normal standby mode
and the “MONITOR OUT” port will be enabled.
Direct Power On
hoose “On” to activate Direct Power mode. The projector will
C
automatically power on when AC power is supplied, without
pressing the “POWER ” key on the projector control panel or
“POWER ” key on the remote control.
Auto Power Off (min)
Sets the countdown timer interval. The countdown timer will start,
when there is no signal being sent to the projector. The projector
will automatically power off when the countdown has finished.
(range: 0~180 mim)
Sleep Timer (min)
Sets the countdown timer interval. The countdown timer will start,
with or without a signal being sent to the projector. The projector
will automatically power off when the countdown has finished.
(range: 0, 30, 60, 90...360 mim)
Auto Standby (hr)
Sets the countdown timer interval. The countdown timer will start,
when the projector is not operated via control panel or remote
control. The projector will automatically power off when the countdown has finished. (range: 4, 6, 8 hr)
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User Controls
Control Panel Lock
When the control panel lock function is “On”, the control panel
will be locked however, the projector can be operated by the
remote control. By selecting “Off”, you will be able to reuse the
control panel. Press and hold the “OK” button on the projector to
turn off “Control Panel Lock”.
Exit
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Return to previous menu.
Appendices
Troubleshooting
If you experience trouble with the projector, refer to
the following information. If the problem persists,
please contact your local dealer or service center.
Problem: No image appears on screen
Ensure all the cables and power connections are correctly and
securely connected as described in the “Installation” section.
 Ensure the pins of connectors are not crooked or broken.
Check if the projection lamp has been securely installed. Please
refer to the “Replacing the lamp” section.
Make sure you have removed the lens cap and the projector is
switched on.
Problem: Partial, scrolling or incorrectly displayed image
 Press “Auto” on the remote control or on the control panel.
 If you are using a Notebook:
1. First, follow the steps above to adjust resolution of the
2. Press the toggle output settings. Example: [Fn]+[F4]
computer.
Acer  Asus  Dell  LG 
[Fn]+[F5]
[Fn]+[F8]
[Fn]+[F8]
[Fn]+[F7]
IBM/Lenovo 
HP/Compaq 
NEC 
Toshiba  [Fn]+[F7]
[Fn]+[F4]
[Fn]+[F3]
[Fn]+[F5]
Mac Apple:
System Preference  Display  Arrangement  Mirror
display
If you experience difficulty hanging resolutions or your monitor
freezes, restart all equipment including the projector.
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Problem: The screen of the Notebook or PowerBook computer is not displaying a presentation
 If you are using a Notebook PC:
Some Notebook PCs may deactivate their own screens when a
second display device is in use. Each has a different way to be
reactivated. Refer to your computer’s documentation for detailed
information.
Problem: Image is unstable or flickering
Adjust the “Phase” to correct it. Refer to the “SETTING|signal”
section for more information.
 Change the monitor color setting from your computer.
Problem: Image has vertical flickering bar
 Adjust the “Clock” to correct it. (refer to pages 30)
Check and reconfigure the display mode of your graphic card to
make it compatible with the product.
Problem: Image is out of focus
 Adjust the focus ing on the projector lens.
Make sure the projection screen is between the required distance
3.28 to 39.37 feet (1.0 to 12.0 meters) from the projector. (refer to
pages 19)
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Problem: The image is stretched when displaying 16:9 DVD
The projector automatically detects 16:9 DVD and adjusts the aspect
ratio by digitizing to full screen with 4:3 default setting.
If the image is still stretched, you will also need to adjust the aspect
ratio by referring to the following:
Please select 4:3 aspect ratio type on your DVD player if you are
playing a 16:9 DVD.
 If
you can’t select 4:3 aspect ratio type on your DVD player,
please select 4:3 aspect ratio in the on-screen menu.
Problem: Image is too small or too large
 Move the projector closer to or further from the screen.
 Press “MENU” button on the remote control or projector panel,
go to “SCREEN --> Aspect Ratio” and try the different settings.
Problem: Image is reversed
 Select “SETTING -->Orientation” from the OSD and adjust the
projection direction.
Problem: Lamp burns out or makes a popping sound
 When the lamp reaches its end of life, it will burn out and may
make a loud popping sound. If this happens, the projector will
not turn on until the lamp module has been replaced. To replace
the lamp, follow the procedures in the “Replacing the Lamp”.
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Appendices
Problem: LED lighting message
Message
POWER-LED
(Green)
(Orange)
LAMP-LED
TEMP-LED
(Red)
(Red)
Standby (Input power cable)
Normal (Power on)
Powering up (Warming up)
Power off (Cooling: It can’t accept
any key at this status)
Flashing
Flashing
Error (Lamp failed)
Error (Fan lock)
Flashing
Error (Over temp.)
Error (Color wheel)
N ot e
Steady light =>
No light =>
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Appendices
Problem: Message Reminders
Over temperature - the projector has exceeded its recommended
operating temperature and must be allowed to cool down before it
may be used.
Replacing the lamp - the lamp is about to reach its maximum lifetime. Prepare to replace it soon.
If this happens, after replacing the lamp, connect the power cord
and then press the “POWER ” button on the remote control. This
will allow you to turn on the projector. Clear the lamp hours by
selecting “OPTIONS” -> “Lamp Settings” -> “Clear Lamp Hours”
from the menu.
 Fan failed - the system fan is not working.
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Replacing the lamp
Theprojectorwilldetectthelamplifeitself.Itwillshowyoua
warningmessage
Whenyouseethismessage,pleasecontactyourlocalreseller
orservicecentertochangethelampassoonaspossible.Make
suretheprojectorhasbeencooleddownforatleast45minutesbeforechangingthelamp.
Warning:Lampcompartmentmaybehot!Allowittocool
downbeforechangingthelamp!
Warning:Toreducetheriskofpersonalinjury,donotdrop
thelampmoduleortouchthelampbulb.Thebulbmayshatterandcauseinjuryifitisdropped.
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Appendices
2
N ot e
Thescrewsonthe
lampcoverand
thelampcannotbe
removed.
Donottouchthe
glassareaofthe
lamp.Handoilcan
causethelampto
shatter.Useadry
clothtocleanthe
lampmoduleifit
wasaccidentally
touched.
1
4
3
5
6
Lamp Replacing Procedure:
1. Switchoffthepowertotheprojectorbypressingthe“POWER ”.
2. Allowtheprojectortocooldownatleast45minutes.
3. Disconnectthepowercable.
4. Unscrewtheonescrewonthefrontcover.
5. Pushandslidethetopcoverandthenopenthetopcover.
6. Removethe2screwsfromthelampmoduleandpullupthelampbar.
7. Pulloutthelampmodulebyforce.
8. Installthenewlampmodulebyreversingtheprevioussteps.
9. Afterreplacingthelamp,turnonthepower,andselectthemenu->
[OPTIONS|LampSettings]->[ClearLampHours]toresetthelampusage
hours.refertopage33.
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Compatibility Mode
Computer Compatibility (Analog, PC)
Modes
Resolution
V-Sync
(Hz)
H-Sync
(kHz)
VGA
640 x 350
70
31.50
640 x 480
60
31.50
640 x 480
72
37.90
640 x 480
75
37.50
720 x 400
70
31.50
800 x 600
56
35.20
800 x 600
60
37.90
800 x 600
72
48.10
800 x 600
75
46.90
1024 x 768
60
48.40
1024 x 768
70
56.50
1024 x 768
75
60.00
1280 x 768
60
47.40
1280 x 720
60
45.00
1280 x 800
60
49.702
SVGA
N ot e
Please note that
using resolutions
other than native 800
x 600 (SVGA) may
result in some loss of
image clarity.
If projector does
not auto lock the input
signal, ”Out of display
range” message appears on the screen.
If the input signal
is not in the compatibility table, the image
may not be displayed
clearly.
XGA
WXGA
SXGA
SXGA+
UXGA
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75
67.50
60
63.98
1280 x 1024
75
79.98
1280 x 960
60
60.00
1400 x 1050
60
63.98
1680 x 1050
60
65.30
1600 x 1200
60
75.00
Resolution
V-Sync
(Hz)
H-Sync
(kHz)
RGB to RCA adapter
Modes
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1280 x 1024
480i
720 x 480
29.97
15.735
480p
720 x 480
59.94
31.469
576i
720 x 576
25
15.625
576p
720 x 576
50
31.250
Appendices
Configurations of Terminals
Terminal: RS232 Pin Assignments
9
5
Pin no.
8
4
7
3
6
2
1
Spec.
(from projector back)
GND
Received Data (RXD)
3
Transmitted Data (TXD)
GND
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
GND
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Appendices
RS232 Protocol Function List
N ot e
1. There is a <CR> after
all ASCII commands.
2. 0D is the HEX code
for <CR> in ASCII
code.
Projector Return (Pass): P
Projector Return (Fail): F
XX=00-99, projector's ID,
XX=00 is for all projectors Baud Rate : 9600
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Flow Control: None
UART16550 FIFO: Disable
SEND to projector
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ASCII Code
HEX Code
Function
~XX00 ~XX00 0
7E 30 30 30 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 30 30 0 30 0D
Power ON
Power OFF
~XX0 ~XX0 ~XX0 0
~XX0 ~XX06 ~XX07 ~XX08 ~XX09 ~XX0 ~XX ~XX 0
7E 30 30 30 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 30 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 30 3 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 30 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 30 36 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 30 37 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 30 38 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 30 39 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 0 3 30 0D
Auto
Still
Unstill
Zoom Plus
Zoom Minus
Up
Down
Left
Right
~XX0 ~XX0 ~XX0 3
~XX0 ~XX0 ~XX0 6
~XX0 7
~XX0 8
~XX n
~XX n
~XX3 n
~XX n
~XX n
7E 30 30 3 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 0 36 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 0 37 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 0 38 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 33 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 0 a 0D
Picture Mode
~XX n
~XX n
~XX6 n
~XX7 n
~XX8 n
~XX9 n
~XX30 n
~XX3 n
~XX3 n
~XX33 ~XX3 n
~XX3 ~XX3 ~XX3 3
~XX3 ~XX3 ~XX36 ~XX36 ~XX36 3
~XX37 ~XX37 ~XX37 3
7E 30 30 3 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 36 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 37 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 38 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 39 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 33 30 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 33 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 33 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 33 33 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 33 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 3 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 33 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 36 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 36 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 36 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 33 37 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 37 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 33 37 0 33 0D
~XX60 ~XX60 ~XX60 3
~XX60 ~XX60 ~XX60 6
~XX60 7
7E 30 30 36 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 36 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 36 30 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 36 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 36 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 36 30 0 36 0D
7E 30 30 36 30 0 37 0D
Description
(Support the command on standby mode)
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RGB
Video
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Saturation
Hue
Presentation
High-Bright
Classroom
Movie
sRGB
Blackboard
User
User
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 00 (a=3 30 30)
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 00 (a=3 30 30)
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 3 (a=33 3)
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 00 (a=3 30 30)
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 00 (a=3 30 30)
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BrilliantColorTM
Gamma
Color Temp.
Color Space
Red Gain
Green Gain
Blue Gain
Red Bias
Green Bias
Blue Bias
Cyan Gain
Yellow Gain
Magenta Gain
Reset~
Film
Video
Graphics
PC
Blackboard
Warm
Medium
Cool
Auto
RGB
YUV
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
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Aspect Ratio
:3
6:9
6:l0
:9
:
Native
Auto
Appendices
~XX6 n
~XX6 n
~XX63 n
~XX6 n
~XX66 n
7E 30 30 36 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 36 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 36 33 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 36 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 36 36 0 a 0D
Overscan
Digital Zoom
H Image Shift
V Image Shift
V Keystone
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 3 (a=33)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 00 (a=3 30 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ +0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ +0 (a=3 30)
n = -0 (a=D 3 30) ~ 0 (a=3 30)
~XX70 ~XX70 ~XX70 3
~XX70 ~XX70 ~XX70 6
~XX70 7
~XX70 8
~XX70 9
~XX70 0
~XX70 ~XX70 ~XX70 13
~XX70 ~XX70 ~XX70 6
~XX70 7
~XX70 8
~XX70 9
~XX70 0
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 0D
Language
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 36 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 37 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 38 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 39 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 30 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 33 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 34 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 36 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 37 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 38 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 39 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 30 0D
7E 30 30 37 30 0 3 3 0D
English
German
French
Italian
Spanish
Portuguese
Polish
Russian
Swedish
Norwegian/Danish
Greek
Hungarian
Czechoslovak
Simplified Chinese
Japanese
Korean
Turkish
Arabic
Traditional Chinese
Indonesia
~XX7 ~XX7 ~XX7 3
~XX7 ~XX7 ~XX7 ~XX7 3
~XX7 ~XX7 ~XX73 n
~XX7 n
~XX7 n
~XX76 n
7E 30 30 37 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 37 33 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 37 3 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 37 36 0 a 0D
Orientation
Front-Desktop
Rear-Desktop
Front-Ceiling
Rear-Ceiling
Top Left
Top Right
Centre
Bottom Left
Bottom Right
Clock
Phase
H. Position
V. Position
~XX8 ~XX8 0
7E 30 30 38 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 38 3 0 33 0D
Logo
~XX00 ~XX00 0
~XX0 ~XX0 0
~XX0 ~XX0 0
~XX0 ~XX0 ~XX0 3
~XX0 ~XX0 7E 30 30 3 30 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 30 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 3 0D
~XX0 ~XX0 0
~XX06 n
~XX07 n
~XX3 0
~XX3 ~XX3 ~XX3 3
~XX ~XX 0
~XX03 ~XX03 0
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 3 0D Advanced
7E 30 30 3 30 3 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 36 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 37 0 a 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 33 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 33 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 33 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 33 0 33 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 3 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 33 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 33 0 30 0D
~XX09 ~XX09 ~0
~XX0 ~XX0 0
~XX 7E 30 30 3 30 39 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 30 39 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 30 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 30 0 30 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 3 0 3 0D
~XX112 1
7E 30 30 31 31 32 20 31 0D Reset
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Menu Location
Signal
n = - (a=D 3) ~ (a=3) By signal
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 3 (a=33 3) By signal
n = - (a=D 3) ~ (a=3) By timing
n = - (a=D 3) ~ (a=3) By timing
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------On
Off
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Input Search
Fan Mode
Information Hide
Blank Color
On
Off
High Speed
Auto
On
Off
Blue
Black
Red
Green
White
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Direct Power On
Auto Power Off (min)
Sleep (min)
Auto Standby (hr)
Standby Mode
Control Panel Lock
On
Off
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 80 (a=3 38 30)
n = 0 , 30, 60 , 90.. 360 (a=30) ~ 360 (a=33 36 30)
Off
6
8
Normal
Power-Saving
On
Off
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Lamp Life Reminder
Eco Mode
Clear Lamp Hours
On
Off
Off
On
Yes
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Yes
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SEND from projector automatically
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ASCII Code
HEX Code
Function
when Standby/Warming/Cooling/Out of Range/Lamp fail/
Fan Lock/Over Temperature/Lamp Hours Running Out
Projector Return Description
INFOn
n : 0///3///6/7 = Standby/Warming/Cooling/Out of Range/Lamp fail/
Fan Lock/Over Temperature/Lamp Hours Running Out
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------READ from projector
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ASCII Code
HEX Code
Function
Projector Return Description
~XX 7E 30 30 3 3 3 0 3 0D Input Source Commands
OKn
~XX ~XX3 7E 30 30 3 3 3 0 3 0D Software Version
7E 30 30 3 3 33 0 3 0D Picture Mode
OKddd
OKn
~XX ~XX ~XX6 ~XX7 ~XX8 ~XX9 7E 30 30 3 3 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 3 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 36 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 37 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 38 0 3 0D
7E 30 30 3 3 39 0 3 0D
OKn
OKn
OKn
OKn
OKn
OKn
~XX0 7E 30 30 3 3 30 0 3 0D Information
OKabbbbccddde
~XX08 ~XX08 ~XX08 3
7E 30 30 3 30 38 0 3 0D Lamp Hours Used (Normal)
7E 30 30 3 30 38 0 3 0D Lamp Hours Used (Eco)
7E 30 30 3 30 38 0 33 0D Operating Hours
OKbbbb
OKbbbbb
OKbbbbb
Power State
Brightness
Contrast
Aspect Ratio
Color Temp.
Orientation Mode
n : 0//0
No Signal/RGB/Video
ddd: FW version
n : 0///3///6/7/8 = No Signal/ Presentation/ High-Bright/ Classroom/
Movie/ sRGB/
Blackboard/User/User/
n : 0/ = Off/On (Support the command on standby mode)
n : 0///3///6 = :3/6:9/6:0/:9/:/Native/AUTO
n : 0// = Warm/Medium/Cool
n : 0///3 = Front-Desktop/ Rear-Desktop/ Front-Ceiling/ Rear-Ceiling
a : 0/ = Off/On
bbbb: LampHour
cc: source
00/0/0 = No Signal/RGB/Video
ddd: FW version
e : Display mode 0///3///6/7/8
No Signal/ Presentation/ High-Bright / Classroom/
0RYLHsRGB/ Blackboard/ User/ 8VHU
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bbbb: LampHour
bbbb: LampHour
bbbb: LampHour
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206.00
2.7。
77.00
51.77
46.77
42.77
Lens center
9.00
19.00
Dimensions
96.15
29.00
9.00
6.5。
220.00
231.56
175.00
FOCUS
288.00
Screwholesforceilingmount
Screw:M3
Depth:7.0mm
55.00
62.56
82.30
55.00
70.80
134.80
153.20
Unit: mm
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Specifications
Rsolution (Pixel)
800 x 600
Aspect ratio
4:3
Panel size
0.55” SVGA DMD
Projection distance
1.0~12.0 m (Mechanical travel)
Throw ratio
1.93~2.15, w/Zoom 1.1x
Power supply
AC 100 ~ 240 V @ 50/60 Hz
• 180W Lamp @ Normal operation
• 160W Lamp @ ECO operation
Dimension (L x W x H)
220 mm x 288 mm x 77 mm
Weight
2.2 kg
Operation environment
Temperature
• Operating: 5°C ~ 40°C
N ot e

The specifications
listed are subject to
change without notice. Connection terminal
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• Storage: -20°C ~ 60°C
Humidity
• Operating: 10~85%RH, non-condensing
• Storage: 5~95%RH, non-condensing
Video, VGA-OUT, VGA-IN, RS232 (9pin)
Appendices
Regulation & Safety Notices
This appendix lists the general notices of your projector.
FCC notice
This device 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 device 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 device does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the device 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 device and receiver.
• Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television
technician for help.
Notice: Shielded cables
All connections to other computing devices must be
made using shielded cables to maintain compliance
with FCC regulations.
Caution
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority, which is
granted by the Federal Communications Commission,
to operate this projector.
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Operation conditions
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.
Notice: Canadian users
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Remarque à l’intention des utilisateurs
canadiens
Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
Declaration of Conformity for EU countries
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC (including amendments)
• Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
• R & TTE Directive 1999/5/EC (if product has RF
function)
Disposal instructions
Do not throw this electronic device into the
trash when discarding. To minimize pollution
and ensure utmost protection of the global
environment, please recycle it.
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