EPSON EH-TW5200 User`s Guide

User's Guide
Organization of the Guide and Notations in the Guide
Using Each Guide
The guides for this projector are organized as shown below.
Safety Instructions/Support and Service Guide
Contains information on using the projector safely, as well as a support and service guide,
troubleshooting check lists, and so on. Make sure you read this guide before using the pro‐
jector.
User's Guide (this guide)
Contains information on setting up and basic operations before using the projector, using
the Configuration menu, and handling problems and performing routine maintenance.
Quick Start Guide
Contains information on the procedures for setting up the projector. Read this first.
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Organization of the Guide and Notations in the Guide
Notations Used in This Guide
Safety Indications
The documentation and the projector use graphical symbols to show how to use the projector safely.
The following shows the symbols and their meanings. Please understand and respect these caution symbols
in order to avoid injury to persons or property.
Warning
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or even death
due to incorrect handling.
Caution
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or physical
damage due to incorrect handling.
General Information Indications
Attention
Indicates procedures which may result in damage or malfunctions to occur.
c
s
Menu Name
Indicates additional information and points which may be useful to know regarding a topic.
Indicates a page where detailed information regarding a topic can be found.
Indicates Configuration menu items.
Example: Image - Color Mode
Button Name
Indicates the buttons on the remote control or the control panel.
Example:
button
About the Use of "This Product" or "This Projector"
As well as the main projector unit, supplied items or optional extras may be referred to using the phrase "this
product" or "this projector".
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Contents
Remote Control Operating Range . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Organization of the Guide and
Notations in the Guide
Operating range (left to right) . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Operating range (top to bottom) . . . . . . . . . . 21
Using Each Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Notations Used in This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Basic Operations
Safety Indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Starting and Ending Projection . . . . . . . 22
General Information Indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Turning on the Projector and Projecting . . . . . . 22
About the Use of "This Product" or "This Projector"
..................................... 2
If the Target Image is not Projected . . . . . . . . . . 23
Turning Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Introduction
Adjusting the Projected Screen . . . . . . . 24
Projector Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Displaying the Test Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Dynamic 3D Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Adjusting the Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
High Quality Images from Smartphones . . . . . . . 6
Adjusting the Projection Size (Zoom
Adjustment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Quick and Easy to Install, Use, and Remove . . . . . 6
Adjust the Height of the Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Quick screen adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Adjusting the Projector's Tilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Easy Operating Without Cable Connection . . . . . 6
Correcting Keystone Distortion . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Other Useful Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Correct automatically (Auto V-Keystone) . . . . 25
Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Correct manually (H-Keystone adjuster) . . . . . 26
Front/Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Correct manually (H/V-Keystone) . . . . . . . . . . 26
Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Hiding the Image and Muting the Audio
Temporarily . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Adjusting the Image
Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Adjusting the Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Preparing
Selecting the Projection Quality (Color Mode)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Switching the Screen Between Full and Zoom
(Aspect) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Various Projection Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Adjusting the Projection Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Absolute Color Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . 32
Connecting a Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Adjusting Hue, Saturation, and Brightness . . . . . 32
Connecting Video Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Adjusting the RGB (Offset/Gain) . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Connecting a Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Color Temp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Connecting External Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Detailed Image Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . 34
Connecting smartphones or tablets . . . . . . . . 18
Adjusting the Sharpness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Connecting USB devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Setting Auto Iris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Installing Wireless LAN Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Image Processing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Installing the Wire Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Preparing the Remote Control . . . . . . . . 20
Useful Functions
Installing the Remote Control Batteries . . . . . . . 20
Enjoying 3D Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
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Contents
Setting 3D Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Check the problem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
When the projector detects a 3D format . . . . 35
Problems relating to images . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
When the projector cannot detect a 3D
format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Problems when projection starts . . . . . . . . . . 63
Problems with the remote control . . . . . . . . . 64
If the 3D image cannot be viewed . . . . . . . . . 35
Problems with 3D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Using 3D Glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Problems with HDMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Charging the 3D Glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Problems with USB storage devices . . . . . . . . 65
Pairing 3D Glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Other problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Wearing the 3D Glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
About Event ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Range for Viewing 3D Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Maintenance
Warnings Regarding Viewing 3D Images . . . . . . 38
Using the HDMI Link Function . . . . . . . . 41
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
HDMI Link Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Cleaning the Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
HDMI Link Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Cleaning the air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Device Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Cleaning the main unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Playing Back Image Data (Slideshow)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Cleaning the lens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Cleaning the 3D Glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Compatible Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Replacement Periods for Consumables . . . . . . . 69
Playing a Slideshow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Air filter replacement period . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Display Settings for Image Files and Slideshow
Operation Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Lamp replacement period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Replacing Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Replacing the air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Configuration Menu
Replacing the lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Configuration Menu Functions . . . . . . . . 45
Resetting lamp hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Configuration Menu Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Configuration Menu Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Appendix
Image menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Optional Accessories and
Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Signal menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Optional Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Extended menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Network menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Supported Resolutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Info menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Computer Signals (Analog RGB) . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Reset menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Composite Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
HDMI1/HDMI2 Input Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Troubleshooting
MHL Input Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Problem Solving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
3D Input Signal HDMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Reading the Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
3D Input Signal MHL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Indicator status during an error/warning . . . . 56
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Indicator status during normal operation . . . . 58
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
When the Indicators Provide No Help . . . . . . . . 58
General Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
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Contents
General Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
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Introduction
Projector Features
Dynamic 3D Display
Enjoy 3D contents on Blu-ray and images filmed with a 3D camera through a stunning projection display.
s p.35
High Quality Images from Smartphones
Compatibility with the Mobile High-definition Link (MHL) allows you to enjoy high-quality still images and
video from smartphones and tablets accompanied by high-quality sound.
You need an MHL compatible smartphone or tablet and an MHL cable (commercially available). s p.18
Quick and Easy to Install, Use, and Remove
• Capable of projecting large screen images at a short distance
• Single lever for quick height adjustments
• Since no cooling down is necessary, the projector can be put away as soon as it is not needed
Quick screen adjustments
The horizontal keystone adjuster enables quick adjustment of keystone distortion in video when the projector
cannot be setup directly in front of the screen. Slider controlled adjustments make for intuitive control.
s p.26
Easy Operating Without Cable Connection
Connect to a wireless LAN and you can enjoy images anywhere as no cables are needed.
You need an optional Wireless LAN Unit to connect to a wireless LAN. You also need to download a special
application. s p.19
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Introduction
Other Useful Functions
In addition, the following useful functions are provided.
• Since you can play back audio over the built-in speakers, no external speakers are needed.
• You can view slideshows by simply connecting a USB memory to the projector. When a digital camera is connected,
you can view the photos on the camera using Slideshow. s p.43
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Introduction
Part Names and Functions
Front/Top
Name
Function
Open when replacing the projector's lamp. s p.70
a Lamp cover
b A/V mute slide knob Slide the knob to open and close the lens cover.
Close during projection to delete audio and video. s p.28
c Air exhaust vent
Exhaust vent for air used to cool the projector internally.
Caution
While projecting, do not put your face or hands near the air exhaust vent,
and do not place objects that may become warped or damaged by heat near
the vent. Hot air from the air exhaust vent could cause burns, warping, or
accidents to occur.
d Lens cover
Close when not using the projector to protect the lens from being scratched or
soiled. s p.22
Press the foot adjust lever to adjust the height of the front feet. s p.25
e Foot adjust lever
f Front adjustable foot When set up on a surface such as a table, extend the foot to adjust the height of
the image. s p.25
g Projector's lens
h Remote receiver
Images are projected from here.
i Air intake vent
j Air filter cover
Intake vent for air used to cool the projector internally.
k Rear foot
When set up on a surface such as a table, extend the foot to adjust horizontal tilt.
s p.25
l Focus ring
Adjusts the image focus. s p.24
Receives signals from the remote control. s p.21
When replacing the air filter, open this cover and remove the air filter. s p.70
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Introduction
Name
Function
m Zoom ring
n Horizontal keystone
adjuster
Adjusts the image size. s p.24
o Control panel
Control panel on the projector. s p.9
Performs horizontal keystone correction. s p.26
Control Panel
Buttons/Indicators
Function
a
Turns the projector power on or off. s p.22
Lit when the projector is on. s p.58
b
Flashes to indicate warm-up in progress or cool-down in progress. Shows the
projector's status through a combination of other indicators lit and flashing.
s p.56
Operation indicator
c
Flashes orange when it is time to replace the lamp. Shows the projector's errors
through a combination of other indicators lit and flashing. s p.56
d
Flashes orange if the internal temperature is too high. Shows the projector's
errors through a combination of other indicators lit and flashing. s p.56
e
Selects the adjustment value for the volume and for menu items. s p.27
Performs horizontal keystone correction when the Keystone screen is dis‐
played. s p.26
f
Selects the adjustment value for the keystone correction and for menu items.
s p.26
g
Return to the previous menu level when a menu is displayed. s p.45
h
Selects functions and settings when a menu is displayed. s p.45
i
Displays and closes the Configuration menu.
On the Configuration menu, you can make adjustments and settings for Signal,
Image, Input Signal, and so on. s p.45
j
Changes to the image from each input port. s p.23
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Introduction
Remote Control
Button
Function
a
Turns the projector on. s p.22
b
Changes to the image from each input port.
s p.23
c
This button displays the settings menu for HDMI
Link.
Other buttons control playback, stop or sound
volume adjustments of connected devices com‐
patible with the HDMI CEC or MHL standards.
s p.41
d
Displays and closes the Configuration menu.
On the Configuration menu, you can make ad‐
justments and settings for Signal, Image, Input
Signal, and so on. s p.45
e
Selects menu items and adjustment values.
s p.45
f
Performs the function assigned to the user but‐
ton. s p.49
g
Changes the Color Mode. s p.29
h
Changes between 2D and 3D. s p.35
i
Changes the 3D format.
This projector supports the following 3D for‐
mats.
• Frame Packing
• Side by Side
• Top and Bottom
s p.35
j
Changes to the image from the USB port.
s p.43
k
Adjusts the hue, saturation, and brightness for
each RGBCMY color. s p.32
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Introduction
Button
Function
l
Displays and closes the test pattern. s p.24
m
Temporarily hides or shows the image and au‐
dio. s p.28
n
Selects the aspect mode according to the input
signal. s p.30
o
Sets Auto Iris. s p.34
p
This function enables smooth projection of
games and other activities. s p.34
q
The adjustment value returns to its default value
when pressed while the menu's adjustment
screen is displayed. s p.45
r
When a menu is displayed, it accepts and enters
the current selection and moves to the next lev‐
el. s p.45
s
Return to the previous menu level when a menu
is displayed. s p.45
t
Adjusts the volume. s p.27
A
Temporarily mutes or plays the audio. s p.28
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Introduction
Rear
Name
Function
a Power inlet
b Speaker
Connect the power cord. s p.22
c Remote receiver
d RS-232C port
Receives signals from the remote control. s p.21
e Audio (L-R) port
Inputs audio from equipment connected to the Video port or the PC port.
s p.17
f USB port
Connects USB devices such as a USB memory device or a digital camera, and
projects images as a slideshow. s p.18
Also, connects an optional Wireless LAN Unit. s p.19
g Service port
h Audio Out port
Service port. This is not normally used.
i Video port
j PC port
Connects to the composite video output port on video equipment. s p.17
k HDMI2 port
l HDMI1 port
Connects HDMI compatible video equipment and computers. s p.17
The projector's built-in speaker. Outputs audio.
When controlling the projector, connect the projector to a computer with an
RS-232C cable. This port is for control use and should not normally be used.
s p.76
Outputs audio during playback to the external speakers.
Connects to the RGB output port on a computer. s p.17
Connects HDMI compatible video equipment and computers. s p.17
Also, connects MHL compatible smartphones and tablets. s p.18
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Introduction
Base
Name
Function
a Ceiling mount fixing Attaches the optional ceiling mount here when suspending the projector from a
points (three points) ceiling. s p.73
b Security cable fitting Thread a commercially available theft-prevention wire lock through this opening
to secure and lock the projector. s p.19
c Rear foot
When set up on a surface such as a table, extend the foot to adjust horizontal tilt.
s p.25
d Front adjustable foot When set up on a surface such as a table, extend the foot to adjust the height of
the image. s p.25
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Introduction
Appearance
Units: mm
a
b
Center of lens
Distance from center of lens to suspension bracket fixing point
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Preparing
Installing
Various Projection Methods
Warning
• A special method of installation is required when suspending the projector from a ceiling (ceiling mount). If
it is not installed correctly, it could fall causing an accident and injury.
• If you use adhesives, lubricants, or oil on the ceiling mount fixing points to prevent screws from loosening,
or if you use things such as lubricants or oils on the projector, the projector case may crack causing it to fall
from its ceiling mount. This could cause serious injury to anyone under the projector and also damage the
projector.
• Do not setup the projector on its side. This may cause malfunctions to occur.
• Try not to setup the projector in locations subject to high humidity and dust, or in locations subject to smoke
from fires or tobacco smoke.
Attention
Clean the air filter once every three months. Clean it more often if the environment is particularly dusty.
s p.68
Placing on a table and so on and projecting Suspending from the ceiling and projecting
c
• When projecting from a ceiling, change Projection to a ceiling setting. s Settings - Projection p.49
• When the projector cannot be setup directly in front of the screen, you can correct keystone distortion
with the horizontal keystone adjuster. s p.26
• When projecting from the ceiling, do not use the horizontal keystone adjuster to adjust the screen, use
V-Keystone and H-Keystone in the Configuration menu. s Settings - Keystone - H/V-Keystone -
V-Keystone/H-Keystone p.49
When using V-Keystone or H-Keystone, set Auto V-Keystone or H-Keystone Adjuster to Off.
s Settings - Keystone - Auto V-Keystone/H-Keystone Adjuster p.49
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Preparing
Adjusting the Projection Size
The size of the projection increases as the projector is moved away from the screen.
Use the table below to setup the projector at the optimum position from the screen. The values given here
are for your reference only.
c
B
D
The projected screen becomes smaller when correcting keystone distortion. Increase the projection
distance to fit the projected screen to the screen size.
Distance from the center of the lens to the base of the projection screen
The center of the lens
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
WxH
Projection Distance (C)
Minimum (Wide)
Distance (B)
Maximum (Tele)
60"
130 x 75
162
195
-7
80"
180 x 100
217
261
-9
100"
220 x 120
272
327
-11
120"
270 x 150
327
393
-14
150"
330 x 190
410
492
-17
180"
440 x 250
492
592
-20
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
WxH
Projection Distance (C)
Minimum (Wide)
Distance (B)
Maximum (Tele)
40"
81 x 61
132
159
-6
60"
120 x 90
199
240
-8
80"
160 x 120
266
320
-11
100"
200 x 150
334
401
-14
120"
240 x 180
401
482
-17
150"
300 x 230
502
603
-21
200"
410 x 300
671
806
-28
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Preparing
Connecting a Device
Attention
• Make cable connections before connecting to a power outlet.
• Check the shape of the cable's connector and the shape of the port, and then connect. If you force a connector
of a different shape into the port, it could cause damage and a malfunction to occur.
Connecting Video Equipment
To project images from DVD players or VHS video and so on, connect to the projector using one of the
following methods.
When using an HDMI cable
When using a video cable
c
• The cable differs depending on the output signal from the connected video equipment.
• Some types of video equipment are capable of outputting different types of signals. Check the user's
guide supplied with the video equipment to confirm which signals can be output.
Connecting a Computer
To project images from a computer, connect the computer using one of the following methods.
When using a computer cable
When using an HDMI cable
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Preparing
Connecting External Devices
Connecting smartphones or tablets
You can connect MHL compatible smartphones or tablets.
Use an MHL compatible cable to connect the micro USB port of smartphones and tablets to the HDMI1 port
on the projector.
You can also view video and listen to music while charging a smartphone or tablet.
Attention
• Be sure to use an MHL compatible cable for making connections. During charging, the smartphone or tablet
could generate heat, cause a liquid leak, explode or generate other conditions that could result in a fire.
• When a connection is made using an MHL-HDMI conversion adapter, it may not be possible to charge or
control the device from the remote control.
c
• Some devices use more power during video playback than what is supplied and will therefore not
enable charging during video playback or other operations.
• This projector will not charge devices in standby mode or when the battery in a smartphone or tablet
is depleted.
Connecting USB devices
You can connect USB devices such as USB memories, and USB compatible digital cameras.
Using the USB cable supplied with the USB device, connect the USB device to the USB (TypeA) port on the
projector.
When the USB device is connected, you can project image files on the USB memory or digital camera as a
slideshow. s p.43
When you have finished projecting, remove USB devices from the projector. For devices with a power switch,
make sure you turn them off before disconnecting the USB device.
Attention
• If you use a USB hub, the connection may not operate correctly. Devices such as digital cameras and USB
devices should be connected to the projector directly.
• Connect a digital camera using a USB cable specified for use with the device.
• Use a USB cable less than 3 m in length. If the cable exceeds 3 m, slideshow may not function correctly.
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Preparing
Installing Wireless LAN Unit
Install an optional Wireless LAN Unit (ELPAP07) to use the wireless LAN function.
Insert the Wireless LAN Unit in the USB (TypeA) port.
You will need to download the following application to make projection using wireless LAN. For details,
consult the download site.
• Projecting a computer screen over a wireless connection
EasyMP Network Projection allows you to project a computer screen via a network.
Download EasyMP Network Projection from the following Web site.
http://www.epson.com
• Projecting video from a portable device via a network
By installing "Epson iProjection" on your smartphone or tablet you can project data on the device wirelessly. This
allows you to view images from a smartphone or tablet.
You can download "Epson iProjection" free of charge from App Store or Google Play. Any fees incurred when
communicating with the App Store or Google Play are the responsibility of the customer.
c
• When the Wireless LAN Unit is left in the projector, set Wireless LAN Power to Off when it is not in
use. This allows you to prevent unauthorized access by third parties. s p.53
• Use the security setting for Epson iProjection or EasyMP Network Projection in Quick mode. s p.54
Installing the Wire Lock
A commercially available theft-prevention wire lock can be passed through the installation point to secure
the projector to a desk or pillar.
See the documentation supplied with the wire lock for locking instructions.
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Preparing
Preparing the Remote Control
Installing the Remote Control Batteries
Attention
• Check the positions of the (+) and (-) marks inside the battery holder to ensure the batteries are inserted the
correct way.
• You cannot use other batteries except for the AA size manganese or alkaline.
a
Remove the battery cover.
b
Replace the old batteries with new
batteries.
c
While pushing the battery compartment
cover catch, lift the cover up.
Reattach the battery cover.
Press the cover until it clicks into place.
c
Check the polarity of the batteries (+) and
(-) before installing.
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If delays in the responsiveness of the
remote control occur or if it does not
operate, it probably means that the
batteries are becoming flat. When this
happens, replace them with new
batteries. Have two AA size manganese
or alkaline batteries ready.
Preparing
Remote Control Operating Range
Operating range (left to right)
Operating range (top to bottom)
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Basic Operations
Starting and Ending Projection
Turning on the Projector and Projecting
a
Connect the equipment to the
projector.
b
Connect the power cord.
c
Open the lens cover.
e
Turn on the projector.
Remote control
Control panel
Connect using the power cord supplied.
you can start projecting by
c On,
simply connecting the power cord
When Direct Power On is set to
to the projector without having to
press any buttons. s Extended Operation - Direct Power
On p.51
Warning
d
Turn on the connected equipment.
c
Do not look into the lens during projection.
• This projector provides a Child Lock function to prevent children from accidentally turning the power
on and a Control Panel Lock function to prevent accidental operations and so on. s Settings - Lock
Setting - Child Lock/Control Panel Lock p.49
• When using at an altitude of 1500 m or more, set High Altitude Mode to On. s Extended - Operation -
High Altitude Mode p.51
• This projector provides an Auto Setup function to automatically select the optimum settings when the
input signal for the connected computer image changes. s Signal - Auto Setup p.47
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Basic Operations
If the Target Image is not Projected
If the image is not projected, you can change the source using one of the following methods.
Remote control
Press the button for the target port.
Control panel
Press the
Press the
c
button and select the target port.
button to confirm the selection.
• For video equipment, start playback first and then change the source.
• If the color looks unnatural when changing to a Video or PC source, check that the port you have
connected to is the same as the Input Signal. s Extended - Input Signal - Video Signal/PC
Signal p.51
Turning Off
a
Turn off the connected equipment.
b
Press the
button on the remote
control or the projector's control
panel.
Remote control
c
e
Disconnect the power cord.
f
Close the lens cover.
Control panel
A confirmation message is displayed.
Press the
d
Wait until cool-down is complete.
button again.
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The operation indicator on the projector's
control panel stops flashing.
electricity is consumed even
c some
if no operations are made.
If the power cord is connected,
Basic Operations
Adjusting the Projected Screen
Displaying the Test Pattern
When adjusting the zoom/focus or the projection position just after setting up the projector, you can display
a test pattern instead of connecting video equipment.
Press the
button on the remote control to display the test pattern.
Press the
button again to end the test pattern display.
Adjusting the Focus
Turn the focus ring to adjust the focus.
Adjusting the Projection Size (Zoom Adjustment)
Turn the zoom ring to adjust the size of the projected screen.
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Basic Operations
Adjust the Height of the Image
Press the foot adjust lever to extend the front adjustable feet. You can tilt the projector up to 12° to adjust
image height.
c
It becomes more difficult to focus the higher the tilt angle is. Use a moderate tilt angle.
Adjusting the Projector's Tilt
If the projection screen is tilted (the left and right sides of the projector are at different heights) when the
projector is setup on a table, adjust the rear foot so that both sides are level with each other.
Correcting Keystone Distortion
You can correct keystone distortion using one of the following methods.
Correct automatically
Auto V-Keystone
Automatically correct vertical keystone distortion.
Correct manually
H-Keystone Adjuster
Correct horizontal keystone distortion with the horizontal
keystone adjuster.
H/V-Keystone
Manually correct distortion in the horizontal and vertical di‐
rections independently.
The projected screen becomes smaller when correcting keystone distortion. Increase the projection distance
to fit the projected screen to the screen size.
Correct automatically (Auto V-Keystone)
If the the projector detects movement during installation, vertical keystone distortion is corrected
automatically. If the projector detects movement after it has been left in the same position for two seconds
or more, the adjustment screen is displayed allowing you to make corrections.
Auto V-Keystone can make effective corrections within a projection angle of 30° top to bottom.
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Basic Operations
c
• Auto V-Keystone only functions when Front is selected as the Projection mode. s Settings -
Projection p.49
• If you do not want to use the Auto V-Keystone function, set Auto V-Keystone to Off. s Settings -
Keystone - Auto V-Keystone p.49
Correct manually (H-Keystone adjuster)
Move the horizontal keystone adjuster to the right or left to perform horizontal keystone correction.
You can make effective corrections within a projection angle of 30° left to right.
c Keystone - H-Keystone Adjuster p.49
When using the horizontal keystone adjuster, set H-Keystone Adjuster to On. s Settings -
Correct manually (H/V-Keystone)
You can use the
buttons on the control panel to correct keystone distortion.
buttons to display the V-Keystone/H-Keystone gauges.
Press the
When the gauges are displayed, press the
buttons to perform vertical correction, and press the
buttons to perform horizontal correction.
When the top or bottom is too wide
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Basic Operations
When the left or right is too wide
c
• You can adjust the volume by pressing the
buttons when the gauges are not displayed.
s p.27
• You can set H/V-Keystone from the Configuration menu. s Settings - Keystone - H/V-Keystone - V-
Keystone/H-Keystone p.49
• In the factory default, H/V-Keystone is reset when the power is turned off. To retain the setting, set
Auto V-Keystone and H-Keystone Adjuster to Off. s Settings - Keystone - Auto V-Keystone/H-
Keystone Adjuster p.49
• You can make effective corrections within a projection angle of 30° top to bottom and left to right.
Adjusting the Volume
You can adjust the volume by using the
on the projector's control panel.
buttons on the remote control or the
Remote control
c
buttons
Control panel
• You can also adjust the volume from the Configuration menu. s Settings - Volume p.49
• Under normal conditions, you can adjust the volume of the projector's built-in speaker. However, by
connecting an AV system to the projector and setting HDMI Link to On and Audio Out Device to AV
System, you can adjust the AV system's volume when projecting from HDMI1 and HDMI2 sources.
s p.41
Caution
Do not start at high volume.
A sudden excessive volume may cause loss of hearing. Always lower the volume before powering off, so
that you can gradually increase the volume when you next turn on the power.
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Basic Operations
Hiding the Image and Muting the Audio Temporarily
You can use this to temporarily hide the image on the screen and mute the audio.
Press the
or turn the lens cover on and off to turn projection on and off. The audio is also muted or played.
Remote control
c
Main unit
• Because a movie continues to play even when it is hidden, you cannot return to the point at which you
hid the image and muted the audio.
• The
button also switches between muting and playing the audio.
• Under normal conditions, you can adjust the volume of the projector's built-in speaker. However, by
connecting an AV system to the projector and setting HDMI Link to On and Audio Out Device to AV
System, you can adjust the AV system's volume when projecting from HDMI1 and HDMI2 sources.
s p.41
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Adjusting the Image
Adjusting the Image
Selecting the Projection Quality (Color Mode)
You can obtain the optimum image quality to suit your surroundings when projecting. The brightness of the
image varies depending on the mode selected.
a
Press the
c
b
button.
You can make settings from the Configuration menu. s Image - Color Mode p.46
Select Color Mode.
Press the
buttons from the displayed menu to select Color Mode, and then press the
button to confirm the selection.
When projecting 2D images
You can select Dynamic, Living Room, Natural, and Cinema.
3D Dynamic and 3D Cinema are grayed out and cannot be selected.
When projecting 3D images
You can select 3D Dynamic and 3D Cinema.
Dynamic, Living Room, Natural, and Cinema are grayed out and cannot be selected.
Choices when projecting 2D images
Mode
Application
Dynamic
Ideal for use in a bright room.
Living Room
Ideal for use in a bright room. Images are clear and sharp.
Natural
Ideal for use in a dark room. We recommend performing color adjustment in this mode.
s p.32
Cinema
Ideal for watching movies and concerts in a dark room.
Choices when projecting 3D images
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Adjusting the Image
Mode
Application
3D Dynamic
For use when projecting 3D images. Images are bright and sharper than 3D Cinema.
3D Cinema
For use when projecting 3D images.
Switching the Screen Between Full and Zoom (Aspect)
You can change the input signal's type, aspect ratio, and resolution to match the Aspect of the projection
screen.
The available Aspect varies depending on the image signal currently being projected.
a
Press the
b
button.
Use the
buttons to
select the setting name, and then
button to confirm the
press the
selection.
menu.
c Configuration
Aspect p.47
You can make settings from the
s Signal -
c
Aspect may not be available
depending on the type of signal.
By normally selecting Auto, the optimum aspect is used to display the input signal. Change the setting if you
want to use a different aspect.
The table below shows the image projected on a 16:9 screen.
Input Image
Setting Name (Aspect)
Normal
Full
Zoom
4:3 Images
16:9 Images
When projecting 16:9 images, Full and Zoom cannot be
selected.
Images Recorded Using
Squeeze
Letterbox Images*
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Adjusting the Image
Input Image
Setting Name (Aspect)
Normal
Full
Zoom
Retains the aspect ratio of
the input signal, and
matches the horizontal
size of the projection pan‐
el. The top and bottom of
the image may be trunca‐
ted.
* The letterbox image used in this explanation is a 4:3 aspect ratio image displayed in 16:9 with black margins at
the top and bottom for subtitle placement. The margins at the top and bottom of the screen image are used for
subtitles.
Notes
Matches the vertical size of Uses the entire projection
the projection panel. The panel.
aspect ratio differs de‐
pending on the input im‐
age.
for commercial purposes or for public viewing may infringe upon the rights of the copyright
c image
holder of that image based on copyright law.
Note that using the aspect ratio function of the projector to reduce, enlarge, or split the projected
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Adjusting the Image
Absolute Color Adjustments
Adjusting Hue, Saturation, and Brightness
You can adjust the hue, saturation, and brightness for each of the R (red), G (green), B (blue), C (cyan), M
(magenta), and Y (yellow) colors.
Hue
Adjusts the overall color of the image to be blue, green, or red.
Saturation
Adjusts the overall vividness of the image.
Brightness
Adjusts the overall color brightness of the image.
a
Press the
c
b
button.
c
Use the
buttons to
select Hue, Saturation, or
Brightness.
d
Use the
buttons to make
adjustments.
You can make settings from the
Configuration menu. s Image Advanced - RGBCMY p.46
Use the
buttons to
select the color you want to adjust,
and then press the
button to
confirm the selection.
Press the
color.
button to adjust another
button to return the
Press the
adjustments to their default values.
e
Press the
button to exit the menu.
Adjusting the RGB (Offset/Gain)
For the image's brightness, you can adjust the dark areas (Offset) and the bright areas (Gain) for R (red), G
(green), and B (blue). The image becomes brighter when moved to the right (positive) and darker when moved
to the left (negative).
Offset
When the image is made brighter, shading for the darker sections is more vividly expressed.
When the image is made darker, the image appears more full-bodied but shading for the
darker sections is harder to distinguish.
Gain
When the image is made brighter, the bright sections become whiter and shading is lost.
When the image is made darker, shading for the bright sections is more vividly expressed.
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Adjusting the Image
The menu is displayed in the following order.
Image - Advanced - RGB
Use the
use the
buttons to select the item, and then
buttons to make the adjustments.
c Press the
button to return the adjustments to their default values.
Color Temp.
You can adjust the overall tint of the image. Make adjustments if the image is a little too blue or too red and
so on.
The menu is displayed in the following order.
Image - Color Temp.
buttons to make adjustments.
Use the
Blue tints grow stronger as the value is increased, and red
tints grow stronger as the value is reduced.
c Press the
button to return the adjustments to their default values.
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Adjusting the Image
Detailed Image Adjustments
Adjusting the Sharpness
You can make the image clearer.
The menu is displayed in the following order.
Image - Sharpness
buttons to make adjustments.
Use the
The image becomes sharper as the value is increased, and
becomes softer as the value is decreased.
Setting Auto Iris
By automatically setting the luminance according to the brightness of the displayed image, it lets you enjoy
deep and rich images.
You can select the luminance adjustment tracking for changes in brightness in the displayed image from
Normal to High Speed.
(Depending on the image, you may hear the auto iris operating, but this is not a malfunction.)
a
Press the
b
button.
Use the
buttons to
select the item, and then press the
button to confirm the selection.
menu.
c Configuration
Auto Iris p.46
You can make settings from the
s Image -
Image Processing
Improves the response speed for images projected at high-speed, such as games.
This is only available when receiving signal input from the Video, HDMI1, or HDMI2 port.
Press the
c
button to switch Fine and Fast.
• This does not support 3D images.
• If Image Processing is set to Fast, Noise Reduction is fixed at Off.
• You can make settings from the Configuration menu. s Signal - Image Processing p.47
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Useful Functions
Enjoying 3D Images
Setting 3D Images
Set the source to HDMI1 or HDMI2 to view 3D images.
The projector supports following 3D formats.
• Frame Packing
• Side by Side
• Top and Bottom
When the projector detects a 3D format
The projector automatically projects a 3D image when detecting a 3D format.
When the projector cannot detect a 3D format
Some 3D TV broadcasts may not contain 3D format signals. If this
button to
happens, set the 3D format manually. Press the
set the 3D format on the AV device.
c
• For details on 3D format settings on the AV device, see the documentation supplied with the AV device.
• When the 3D format has not been correctly set up, an image will not be correctly projected as shown
below.
If the 3D image cannot be viewed
Check the following if the 3D effect is not displayed correctly, even after setting the 3D formats.
• The synchronization timing for the 3D Glasses may have been inversed. Inverse the synchronization using Inverse
3D Glasses, and then try again. s Signal - 3D Setup - Inverse 3D Glasses p.47
• The image is not displayed in 3D if 3D Display is set to Off. Press the
button on the remote control. s Signal -
3D Setup - 3D Display p.47
c
• How a 3D image is perceived varies depending on the individual.
• When a 3D image is displayed, a warning about viewing 3D images is displayed. You can turn off this
warning by setting 3D Viewing Notice to Off. s Signal - 3D Setup - 3D Viewing Notice p.47
• During 3D projection, the following Configuration menu functions cannot be changed.
Aspect (set to Normal), Noise Reduction (set to Off), Overscan (set to Off)
• How the 3D image is viewed may change depending on the temperature of the surroundings and how
long the lamp has been used. Refrain from using the projector if the image is not projected normally.
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Useful Functions
Using 3D Glasses
Use the 3D Glasses (ELPGS03) to view 3D images. s p.73
c
The 3D Glasses come with protective stickers. Remove the protective stickers before use.
Charging the 3D Glasses
Use the USB cable to connect the 3D Glasses to the USB Charging Adapter, and then connect the USB Charging
Adapter to an electrical outlet.
c with the USB cable (only when the projector is turned on).
You can also charge by connecting the 3D Glasses to the USB (TypeA) port on the rear of the projector
Attention
• Only connect to an electrical outlet that uses the voltage displayed on the adapter.
• Note the following points when handling the USB cable.
- You should not bend, twist, or pull the cable with too much force.
- You should not modify the cable.
- You should not perform wiring near an electric heater.
- You should not use the cable if it is damaged.
Pairing 3D Glasses
To create 3D images, the 3D Glasses need to be paired with the projector.
Press the [Pairing] button for a while on the 3D Glasses to start pairing. See the User's Guide for the 3D Glasses
for more information.
c
• For 3D Glasses that have not been used, pairing is performed when the 3D Glasses are turned on. You
do not need to perform pairing if 3D images can already be viewed correctly.
• Once pairing has been performed, you can view 3D images the next time the devices are turned on.
• You can perform pairing within a range of three meters from the projector. While pairing is being
performed, make sure you stay within a range of three meters from the projector. Otherwise, pairing
may not be performed correctly.
• If synchronization cannot be performed within 30 seconds, pairing is automatically canceled. When
pairing is cancelled, 3D images cannot be viewed because pairing fails.
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Useful Functions
Wearing the 3D Glasses
a
b
Turn on the 3D Glasses by sliding the
[Power] switch to On.
The indicator turns on for several seconds,
and then turns off.
Put on the 3D Glasses and enjoy the
show.
c
• When you have finished using the
3D Glasses, turn them off by
sliding the [Power] switch to Off.
• If the 3D Glasses are not used for
at least 30 seconds, they turn off
automatically. To turn the 3D
Glasses back on, slide the
[Power] switch to Off, and then
slide it back to On.
Range for Viewing 3D Images
This projector allows you to view 3D images within the range shown in the figure below.
You can view 3D images within a range of 10 meters from the projector.
The distance for pairing is three meters.
c
• 3D images may not be displayed correctly if there is any interference from other Bluetooth
communication devices. Do not use these devices at the same time.
• The communication method for 3D Glasses uses the same frequency (2.4 GHz) as wireless LAN
(IEEE802.11b/g) or microwave ovens. Therefore, if these devices are used at the same time, radio wave
interference may occur, the image may be interrupted, or communication may not be possible. If you
do need to use these devices at the same time, make sure there is enough distance between them and
the projector.
• The 3D Glasses for this projector use the active shutter system based on the standards provided by the
Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative .
™
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Useful Functions
Warnings Regarding Viewing 3D Images
Note the following important points when viewing 3D images.
Warning
Disassembling or remodeling
• Do not disassemble or remodel the 3D Glasses.
This could cause a fire to occur or the images to appear abnormal when viewing, causing you to feel unwell.
Storage locations
• Do not leave the 3D Glasses or the supplied parts within reach of children.
They could be accidentally swallowed. If anything is accidentally swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
Wireless (Bluetooth) communication
• Electromagnetic interference may cause medical equipment to malfunction. Before using the device, make
sure there is no medical equipment in the vicinity.
• Electromagnetic interference may cause automatically controlled equipment to malfunction which could
cause an accident. Do not use the device near automatically controlled equipment such as automatic doors
or fire alarms.
Heating
• Do not place the 3D Glasses in a fire, on a heat source, or leave them unattended in a location subject to high
temperatures. Because this device has a built-in rechargeable lithium battery, it could cause burns or a fire if
it ignites or explodes.
Charging
• When charging, connect the supplied cable to the USB port designated by Epson. Do not charge using other
devices as it may cause the battery to leak, overheat, or explode.
• Only use the supplied charging cable to charge the 3D Glasses. Otherwise, it could overheat, ignite, or explode.
Caution
3D Glasses
• Do not drop or press too forcefully on the 3D Glasses.
If the glass sections and so on are broken, an injury could occur. Store the glasses in the soft glasses case.
• Be careful of the edges of the frame when wearing the 3D Glasses.
If it pokes your eye and so on, an injury could occur.
• Do not place your finger in any of the moving sections (such as the hinges) of the 3D Glasses.
Otherwise an injury could occur.
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Useful Functions
Caution
Wearing 3D Glasses
• Make sure you wear the 3D Glasses correctly.
•
•
•
•
•
Do not wear the 3D Glasses upside down.
If the image is not displayed correctly into the right and left eyes, it could cause you to feel unwell.
Do not wear the glasses unless you are viewing a 3D image.
How a 3D image is perceived varies depending on the individual. Stop using the 3D function if you feel strange
or cannot see in 3D.
Continuing to view the 3D images could cause you to feel unwell.
Stop wearing the 3D Glasses immediately if they seem abnormal or a malfunction occurs.
Continuing to wear the 3D Glasses could cause an injury or cause you to feel unwell.
Stop wearing the 3D Glasses if your ears, nose, or temples become red, painful, or itchy.
Continuing to wear the 3D Glasses could cause you to feel unwell.
Stop wearing the 3D Glasses if your skin feels unusual when wearing the glasses.
In some very rare cases the paint or materials used in the 3D Glasses could cause an allergic reaction.
Caution
Viewing Time
• When viewing 3D images, always take periodic breaks during extended viewing.
Long periods of viewing 3D images may cause eye fatigue.
The amount of time and frequency of such breaks varies from person to person. If your eyes still feel tired or
uncomfortable even after taking a break from viewing, stop viewing immediately.
Caution
Watching 3D Images
• If your eyes feel fatigued or uncomfortable when viewing 3D images, stop viewing immediately.
Continuing to view the 3D images could cause you to feel unwell.
• When viewing 3D images be sure to always wear 3D Glasses. Do not attempt to view 3D images without 3D
•
•
•
•
•
Glasses.
Doing so could cause you to feel unwell.
Do not place any breakable or fragile objects around you when using 3D Glasses.
3D images may cause you to move your body involuntarily, resulting in damage to nearby items or personal
injury.
Only wear 3D Glasses when viewing 3D images. Do not move around while wearing 3D Glasses.
Your vision may appear darker than normal, causing you to fall or injure yourself.
Try to stay as level with the viewing screen as possible when viewing 3D images.
Viewing 3D images at an angle reduces the 3D effect and may cause you to feel unwell due to unintended
color changes.
If using 3D Glasses in a room with fluorescent or LED lighting, you may see flashing or flickering throughout
the room. If this should occur, reduce the lighting until the flickering goes away or turn off the lights completely
when viewing 3D images. In some very rare cases, this flickering could trigger seizures or fainting for some
individuals. If you begin to feel uncomfortable or unwell at any time when viewing 3D images, stop
immediately.
Stay at least three times the height of the screen away from the screen when viewing 3D images.
The recommended viewing distance for an 80-inch screen is at least 3 meters, and at least 3.6 meters for a
100-inch screen.
Sitting or standing any closer than the recommended viewing distance may result in eye fatigue.
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Useful Functions
Caution
Health Risks
• You should not use 3D Glasses if you are sensitive to light, have a heart condition, or are unwell.
Doing so could aggravate your pre-existing conditions.
Caution
Recommended Age of Use
• The minimum recommended age to view 3D images is six years old.
• Children under the age of six are still developing and viewing 3D images may cause complications. Consult
your doctor if you have any concerns.
• Children viewing 3D images through 3D Glasses should always be accompanied by an adult. It is often difficult
to tell when a child is feeling tired or uncomfortable, which could result in them feeling suddenly unwell.
Always check with your child to ensure that they are not experiencing any eye fatigue during viewing.
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Useful Functions
Using the HDMI Link Function
HDMI Link Function
When an AV device that meets the HDMI CEC standards is connected to the projector's HDMI port, you can
perform linked operations such as linked power on and volume adjustment for the AV system from one
remote control.
c
• As long as the AV device meets the HDMI CEC standards, you can use the HDMI link function even if
the AV system in-between does not meet the HDMI CEC standards.
• Up to 3 multi-media players that meet the HDMI CEC standards can be connected at the same time.
Connection Example
Projector
Amplifier
Multi-media players and so on
HDMI Link Settings
By pressing the
button on the remote control, and
setting HDMI Link to On, you can operate the following
functions.
Function
Explanation
Power On Link
Powers on the projector when content is played back on the connected device. Or,
powers on the connected device when the projector is turned on.
Power Off Link
Powers off the connected device when the projector is turned off.
• This only works when the connected device's CEC power link function is enabled.
• Note that depending on the status of the connected device (for example, if it is record‐
ing), the device may not power off.
Audio Out Device
When an AV system is connected, you can set whether to output audio from the pro‐
jector's speaker, or from the AV system's speaker.
Input Change Link
Changes the input source of the projector to HDMI when content is played back on the
connected device.
Connected Devices
Operations
You can perform operations such as Play, Stop, Fast Forward, Rewind, Next Chapter,
Previous Chapter, and Pause from the remote control for the projector.
c
To use the HDMI Link function, you must configure the connected device. See the documentation
supplied with the connected device for more information.
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Useful Functions
Device Connections
You can check the connected devices that are available for HDMI Link, and select on the device you want to
project the image from. Devices that can be controlled by HDMI link automatically become the selected
device.
a
b
Press the
button, and then select
Device Connections.
Select the device you want to operate
using the HDMI Link function.
The Device Connections list is displayed.
Devices that have a green icon to their left
are linked.
If the device name cannot be determined
this field is left blank.
c
• If the cable does not meet the HDMI standards, operations are not possible.
• Some connected devices or functions of those devices may not operate properly even if they meet the
HDMI CEC standards. See the documentation and so on supplied with the connected device for more
information.
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Useful Functions
Playing Back Image Data (Slideshow)
Compatible Data
The following types of files stored on USB storage devices such as USB memories and digital cameras that
are connected to the projector's USB port can be displayed as a slideshow.
Slideshow compatible file types
File Type (Extension)
Notes
•
•
•
•
.jpg
Images using CMYK color mode are not compatible.
Progressive format images are not compatible.
Images with a resolution greater than 8192 x 8192 are not compatible.
Due to the characteristics of JPEG files, images may not be projected clearly if the
compression ratio is too high.
Playing a Slideshow
a
Connect a USB storage device.
Files are displayed as thumbnails.
To open a folder, select the folder, and then press the
button.
If thumbnails of the files are not displayed, press the
c change
the source.
b
button on the remote control to
Select Slideshow.
Use the
press the
buttons to select Slideshow at the bottom right of the screen, and then
button.
Slideshow starts.
c
• To close the Slideshow, disconnect the USB storage device.
• Select an image from the thumbnails and press the
button to enlarge the selected image.
buttons on the remote control when viewing an enlarged image to change between
Press the
buttons.
images. You can also rotate the image using the
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Useful Functions
Display Settings for Image Files and Slideshow Operation Settings
You can set the file display order and slideshow operations on the option screen.
a
Use the
buttons to position the cursor over the folder where you want
button. Select Option from the submenu
to set display conditions, and then press the
button.
displayed, and then press the
b
When the option screen is displayed, set each of the items.
c
Enable settings by positioning the cursor on the target item and pressing the
The following table shows the details for each item.
button.
Display Order
You can select to display the files in Name Order or Date Order.
Sort Order
You can select to sort the files In Ascending or In Descending order.
Continuous Play
You can set whether to repeat Slideshow.
Screen Switching
Time
When playing a slideshow, you can set the time for a single file to be dis‐
played. You can set a time between Off (0) to 60 seconds. When you set
Off, auto play is disabled.
Effect
You can set the screen effects when changing slides.
When you have finished making settings, use the
button.
the cursor over OK, and then press the
buttons to position
The settings are applied.
If you do not want to apply the settings, position the cursor on Cancel, and then press the
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button.
Configuration Menu
Configuration Menu Functions
Configuration Menu Operations
On the Configuration menu, you can make adjustments and settings for Signal, Image, Input Signal, and so on.
a
Press the
c
button.
Remote control
Control panel
Use the
buttons to
select the sub menu on the right, and
then press the
button to confirm
the selection.
The Configuration menu is displayed.
b
Use the
buttons to
select the top menu on the left, and
button to confirm
then press the
the selection.
The adjustment screen for the selected
function is displayed.
When you select the top menu on the left,
the sub menu on the right changes.
d
Use the
adjust the settings.
buttons to
Ex.) Adjustment bar
Ex.) Choices
The line at the bottom is a guide for
operations.
Press the
button on an item displaying
icon to change to the selection
this
screen for that item.
button to return to the
Press the
previous level.
e
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Press the
button to exit the menu.
Configuration Menu
c
For items adjusted using an adjustment bar, such as the brightness level, you can press the
button while the adjustment screen is displayed to return the adjustment value to its default value.
Configuration Menu Table
If there is no image signal being input, you cannot adjust items related to the image or signal in the
Configuration menu. Note that the items displayed for the image, the signal, and other information vary
depending on the image signal being projected.
Image menu
Function
Color Mode
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Dynamic, Living Room, Natural, Cinema, 3D Dy‐ Select a color mode based on your sur‐
namic, 3D Cinema
roundings and the image you are projec‐
ting. s p.29
Brightness
Adjusts the brightness when the image
appears too dark.
Contrast
Adjusts the contrast between light and
shade in the images. By increasing the
contrast, the images become vivid.
Color Satura‐
tion*
Adjusts the color saturation for the im‐
ages.
Tint*
Adjusts the tint for the images.
Sharpness
Adjusts the image sharpness.
Color Temp.
Adjusts the tint for the images. The image
is tinted blue for high values, and tinted
red for low values.
Advanced
RGB
Offset R/G/B
Adjusts the offset and gain for each R, G,
and B color. s p.32
Gain R/G/B
RGBCMY
R/G/B/C/M/Y
EPSON Super White
Power Con‐
sumption
Hue, Satura‐
tion, Bright‐
ness
Adjusts the hue, saturation, and bright‐
ness for each R, G, B, C, M, and Y color.
s p.32
On, Off
(This can only be set when the Color
Mode is set to Natural, Cinema, or 3D
Cinema and when receiving signal input
from the HDMI1 or HDMI2 ports.)
Set this to On if you are experiencing
bright over exposure of whites in your im‐
age. When set to On, HDMI Video Range
settings are disabled.
Normal, ECO
You can set the lamp brightness to one of
two settings.
Select ECO if the images being projected
are too bright. When ECO is selected, pow‐
er consumption during projection decrea‐
ses, and fan rotation noise is reduced.
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Configuration Menu
Function
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Auto Iris
Off, Normal, High Speed
You can change the luminance adjust‐
ment tracking for changes in brightness in
the displayed image. Set to Off for no lu‐
minance adjustment. s p.34
Reset
Yes, No
You can reset all adjustment values for
Image to their default settings.
* This is not displayed when a computer image signal is being input.
Signal menu
No sub menu items are displayed for the signal menu for USB signal input.
Function
3D Setup*1
Menu/Settings
Explanation
3D Display
On, Off
Enables or disables the 3D Display function.
s p.35
3D Format
Auto, Side by Side, Sets the 3D format for the input signal. If set to
Top and Bottom, 2D Auto, the format is recognized automatically.
3D Depth
-10 - 10
Sets the depth for the 3D image.
Diagonal Screen
Size
60 - 300
Sets the projection size for the 3D image. By
matching this to the actual size, you can achieve
the optimum 3D effect.
3D Brightness
Low, Medium, High Sets the brightness for the 3D image.
Inverse 3D Glasses
Yes, No
Reverses the synchronization timing for the left/
right shutters on the 3D Glasses and the left/right
images. Enable this function if the 3D effect is not
displayed correctly.
3D Viewing Notice
On, Off
Turns the notice that appears when viewing 3D
content on or off.
Aspect*2
Auto, Normal, Full, Zoom
Selects the aspect mode. s p.30
Tracking*2 *3
Varies depending on the input signal.
Adjusts computer images when vertical stripes
appear in the images.
Sync.*2 *3
0 - 31
Adjusts computer images when flickering, fuzzi‐
ness, or interference appear in the images.
• Adjusting the Brightness, Contrast, or Sharp‐
ness may cause flickering or blurriness.
• Adjusting the synchronization after adjusting
tracking allows for more accurate adjustments.
Position*2 *4
Auto Setup*3
Adjusts the display position up, down, left, and
right when a part of the image is missing so that
the whole image is projected.
On, Off
Sets whether or not to automatically adjust the
image whenever the input signal is changed.
When enabled, the tracking, display position,
and synchronization are automatically config‐
ured.
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Configuration Menu
Function
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Noise Reduc‐
tion*2 *5
Off, 1, 2, 3
(This can only be set when Image Processing is
set to Fine.)
Smoothes out rough images. There are three
modes available. Select your favorite setting.
It is recommended that this is set to Off when
viewing image sources in which noise is very low,
such as for DVDs.
Overscan*1 *2
Auto, Off, 2%, 4%, 6%, 8%
Changes the output image ratio (the range of the
projected image).
• Off, 2% to 8%: Sets the range of the image. Off
projects all ranges. Depending on the image sig‐
nal you may notice noise at the top and bottom
of the image.
• Auto: This can only be set when receiving signal
input from the HDMI1 or HDMI2 ports. This may
be automatically set to Off or 8% depending on
the input signal.
HDMI Video
Range*1 *2
Auto, Normal, Expanded
(This can only be set when EPSON Super
White is set to Off.)
When set to Auto, the video level for the DVD
input signal to the HDMI1 or HDMI2 ports is au‐
tomatically detected and set.
If you experience under or overexposure when
set to Auto, set the video level of the projector
to match that of the DVD player's video level.
Your DVD player may be set to Normal or Expand.
The Auto option is not displayed when connec‐
ted to a connected device's DVI port.
Image Process‐
ing
Fine, Fast
Performs processing to improve the image.
s p.34
Reset
Yes, No
Resets all Signal settings except for Diagonal
Screen Size, 3D Viewing Notice, Aspect, and
Image Processing.
*1 This is only displayed when a HDMI1 or HDMI2 image signal is being input.
*2 Settings are saved for each type of input source or signal.
*3 This is only displayed when a PC image signal is being input.
*4 This cannot be set when an HDMI1 or HDMI2 image signal is being input.
*5 This is not displayed when a PC image signal is being input.
*6 This is not displayed when a Video image signal is being input.
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Configuration Menu
Settings menu
Function
Keystone
Menu/Settings
H/V-Keystone
Explanation
V-Keystone
-60 - 60
Performs vertical keystone correc‐
tion. s p.26
H-Keystone
-60 - 60
Performs horizontal keystone cor‐
rection. s p.26
Auto V-Keystone
On, Off
Enables or disables Auto V-Key‐
stone. s p.25
H-Keystone Adjuster
On, Off
Enables or disables H-Keystone
Adjuster. s p.26
Volume
0 - 10
Adjusts the volume.
HDMI Link
Device Connections
-
Displays a list of devices connected
from the HDMI1 or HDMI2 ports.
HDMI Link
On, Off
Enables or disables the HDMI Link
function.
Audio Out Device
Projector, AV System
When an AV system is connected,
you can set whether to output audio
from the projector's speaker, or
from the AV system's speaker.
Power On Link
Off, Bidirectional, Device -> PJ, Sets the link function when the
PJ -> Device
power is turned on.
Set to power on the projector when
content is played on a connected
device (Bidirectional or Device ->
PJ) or to power on a connected de‐
vice when the projector is turned on
(Bidirectional or PJ -> Device).
Power Off Link
On, Off
Sets whether or not to power off
connected devices when the pro‐
jector is turned off.
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Configuration Menu
Function
Lock Setting
Projection
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Child Lock
On, Off
This locks the
button on the
projector's control panel to prevent
children from turning on the pro‐
jector by accident. You can turn on
the power when locked by holding
button for approxi‐
down the
mately three seconds. You can still
turn off the device using the
button, or perform operations with
the remote control as usual.
If changed, this setting is enabled
after you power off the projector
and the cool-down process is com‐
plete.
Note that even if Child Lock is set to
On, the projector still turns on when
the power cord is connected if Di‐
rect Power On is set to On.
Control Panel Lock
On, Off
When set to On, all buttons on the
control panel except for the
button are disabled.
is dis‐
played on the screen if any buttons
are pressed. To unlock, press and
button on the control
hold the
panel for at least 7 seconds.
If changed, this setting is enabled
once you close the Configuration
menu.
Front, Front/Ceiling, Rear, Rear/Ceiling
Change this setting depending on
how the projector is installed.
• Front: Select if you are projecting
in front of the screen.
• Front/Ceiling: Select if you are
projecting in front of the screen
suspended from the ceiling.
• Rear: Select if you are projecting to
a rear screen from the back.
• Rear/Ceiling: Select if you are pro‐
jecting to a rear screen from the
back when the projector is suspen‐
ded from the ceiling.
User Button
3D Format, 3D Depth, 3D Brightness, Inverse 3D
Glasses, Brightness Control, About
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Select a Configuration menu item to
assign to the
button on the re‐
mote control. By pressing the
button, the assigned menu item se‐
lection/adjustment screen is dis‐
played, allowing you to make onetouch settings/adjustments.
Configuration Menu
Function
Reset
Menu/Settings
Yes, No
Explanation
Resets all Settings settings except
for Audio Out Device, Power On
Link, Power Off Link, Projection,
and User Button.
Extended menu
Function
Operation
Display
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Direct Power On
On, Off
You can set up the projector so that projection
starts as soon as the power cord is plugged in
without any button operations.
Note that when this is set to On, projection starts
if power is restored after a blackout or other
power outage and the power cord is still plugged
into the projector.
Sleep Mode
Off, 5min., 10min.,
30min.
If the set time is exceeded and no signal is input,
the projector is automatically turned off and en‐
ters standby mode. When set to Off,the projector
never enters sleep mode. When in standby
button on the remote con‐
mode, press the
trol or the control panel to start projection.
Illumination
On, Off
Set this to Off if the light from the indicators on
the control panel bother you when watching a
movie in a dark room.
High Altitude Mode On, Off
Set this to On if you are using the projector above
an altitude of 1500 meters.
Messages
Sets whether or not to display the following mes‐
sages (On or Off).
On, Off
• Item names for image signals, color modes, and
aspect ratios.
• If the internal temperature is rising when no im‐
age signal is being input or an unsupported sig‐
nal is detected.
Display Background Black, Blue, Logo
Selects the screen status when no image signal
is being input.
Startup Screen
Sets whether or not to show a startup screen
when projection begins (On or Off). If changed,
this setting is enabled after you power off the
projector and the cool-down process is com‐
plete.
On, Off
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Configuration Menu
Function
Input Signal
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Video Signal
Auto, NTSC,
NTSC4.43, PAL, MPAL, N-PAL, PAL60,
SECAM
Sets the signal type depending on the video de‐
vice connected to the Video port. When set to
Auto, the video signal is set automatically.
If you notice noise in the image even when set to
Auto, or if you are not seeing any image at all,
select the correct signal type from the available
options.
PC Signal
Auto, RGB, Compo‐
nent
Sets the output signal for the video device con‐
nected to the PC port.
When set to Auto, the output signal is set auto‐
matically. If you notice unnatural colors when set
to Auto, set the appropriate output signal from
the available options.
Language
-
Selects the display language.
Reset
Yes, No
Resets all Extended settings except for High Al‐
titude Mode, PC Signal, and Language.
Network menu
Function
Net. Info. - Wireless LAN
Explanation
Displays the following network settings.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Network Configuration
Connection Mode
Wireless LAN system
Antenna Level
Projector Name
SSID
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
MAC Address
Region Code*
Displays the screen to set the network. s p.53
* This indicates the region information your Wireless LAN Unit can access. For details, contact the following address.
s Epson Projector Contact List
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Configuration Menu
Notes on operating the Network menu
Basic operations are made in the same way as when using the Configuration menu.
However, be sure to select the Setup complete menu to save your settings when done.
Saves the settings and exits the Network menu.
Yes:
No:
Cancel:
Exits the Network menu without saving the settings.
Continues displaying the Network menu.
Soft Keyboard Operations
In the Network menu, the soft keyboard appears when alphanumeric characters are entered. Use the
on the remote control or
on the control panel to select the desired key, and
button to enter. Press Finish to confirm your input, or Cancel to cancel your input.
then press the
CAPS key:
SYM1/2 key:
Switches between uppercase and lowercase letters.
Switches the symbol keys.
Basic menu
Function
Projector Name
Explanation
Displays the projector name used to identify the projector when connected to
a network.
When editing, you can enter up to 16 single-byte alphanumeric characters.
Wireless LAN menu
Function
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Wireless LAN Power
On, Off
Sets whether or not to use a wireless LAN (On or Off).
When set to Off, it prevents unauthorized access by others.
Connection Mode
Quick, Advanced
Determines how the wireless LAN is connected.
Quick: The projector becomes the access point enabling a
computer or smartphone to directly access the projector.
Advanced: If a wireless LAN has been set up, connect the
projector to the access point.
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Configuration Menu
Function
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Channel
1ch, 6ch, 11ch
(This can only be set when Connection Mode is set to Quick.)
Select the frequency bandwidth used by the wireless LAN.
SSID
-
(This can only be set when Connection Mode is set to Ad‐
vanced.)
Enter an SSID. When an SSID is provided for the wireless LAN
system in which the projector participates, enter the SSID.
You can enter up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters.
Search Access Point
-
(This can only be set when Connection Mode is set to Ad‐
vanced.)
indicates currently connected access points.
indicates
the access points where security is set.
If you select an access point which has security, Security menu
appears. s p.54
IP Settings
DHCP
Sets whether or not to use DHCP (On or Off). If this is set to
On, you cannot set any more addresses.
IP Address
Inputs the IP address for the projector.
The following IP addresses cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
Subnet Mask
Inputs the subnet mask for the projector.
The following subnet masks cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 255.255.255.255
Gateway Address
Inputs the gateway IP address of the projector.
The following gateway addresses cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
SSID Display
On, Off
Sets whether or not to display the SSID on the LAN Standby
screen (On or Off).
IP Address Display
On, Off
Sets whether or not to display the IP address on the LAN
Standby screen (On or Off).
(This can only be set
when Connection
Mode is set to Ad‐
vanced.)
Security menu
Function
Menu/Settings
Explanation
Security
No, WPA2-PSK, WPA/
WPA2-PSK
Sets the security.
Select WPA2-PSK in Quick and WPA/WPA2-PSK in Ad‐
vanced.
Passphrase
-
Inputs the passphrase.
A case-sensitive passphrase of at least 8 characters but not
exceeding 32 characters can be set.
It is recommended to change the passphrase periodically for
the purpose of security.
Reset menu
Function
Reset network settings.
Explanation
You can reset all adjustment values for Network to their default settings.
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Configuration Menu
Info menu
Function
Explanation
Lamp Hours
Displays the cumulative lamp operating time*.
Source
Displays the source name for the connected equipment currently being projec‐
ted.
Input Signal
Displays the content of Input Signal set in the Extended menu according to the
source.
Resolution
Displays the reception.
Scan Mode
Displays the scan mode.
Refresh Rate
Displays the refresh rate.
3D Format
Displays the 3D format of the signal input during 3D projection (Frame Packing,
Side by Side, or Top and Bottom).
Sync Info
Displays the image signal information.
This information may be needed if service is required.
Deep Color
Displays deep color.
Video Signal
Displays the settings for Video Signal in the Extended menu.
Status
This is information about errors that have occurred on the projector.
This information may be needed if service is required.
Serial Number
Displays the projector's serial number.
Version
Displays the firmware version of the projector.
Event ID
The application error log appears. s p.66
* The cumulative use time is displayed as "0H" for the first 10 hours. 10 hours and above is displayed as "10H",
"11H", and so on.
Reset menu
Function
Explanation
Reset All
Resets all items in the Configuration menu to their default settings.
The following items are not reset to their defaults: PC Signal, Lamp Hours,
Language, and all adjustment values for the Network menu.
Reset Lamp Hours
Resets the cumulative lamp hours use time to 0 H. Reset when you replace the
lamp.
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Troubleshooting
Problem Solving
Reading the Indicators
You can check the status of the projector from the flashing and lit
on the control panel.
,
(operation indicators), o and m
Refer to the following table to check the projector's status and how to remedy problems shown by the
indicators.
Indicator status during an error/warning
: Lit
Indicators
Status
: Flashing
: Status maintained
: Off
Remedy
Replace Lamp
It is time to replace your lamp. Replace the lamp with a new lamp
as soon as possible. s p.70
The lamp may explode if you continue to use it in this status.
High Temp Warning
You can continue projecting. If the temperature rises too high
again, projection stops automatically.
(blue)
(orange)
(blue)
• If the projector is installed next to a wall, make sure there is at
least 20 cm between the wall and the projector's exhaust vent.
• If the air filter is clogged, clean it. s p.68
(orange)
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Troubleshooting
Indicators
Status
Internal Error
(blue)
Remedy
The projector has malfunctioned.
Remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and contact
your local dealer or the nearest Epson repair center. s Epson
Projector Contact List
(orange)
Fan Error
Sensor Error
(blue)
(orange)
Auto Iris Error
(blue)
(orange)
Power Err. (Ballast)
(blue)
(orange)
(blue)
(orange)
Lamp Error
There is a problem with the lamp, or it failed to turn on.
Lamp Failure
• Disconnect the power cord, and then check if the lamp is cracked.
Lamp Cover Open
s p.70
If it is not cracked, reinstall the lamp and turn on the power.
If reinstalling the lamp does not fix the problem, or if the lamp is
cracked, remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and
contact your local dealer or the nearest Epson repair center.
s Epson Projector Contact List
• Check that the lamp cover has been properly closed.
• If the air filter is clogged, clean it. s p.68
• When using at an altitude of 1500 m or more, set High Altitude
Mode to On. s Extended - Operation - High Altitude
Mode p.51
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Troubleshooting
Indicators
Status
High Temp Error
(Overheating)
Remedy
The internal temperature is too high.
• The lamp turns off automatically and projection stops. Wait for
about five minutes. When the fan has stopped, disconnect the
power cord.
• If the projector is installed next to a wall, make sure there is at
least 20 cm between the wall and the projector's exhaust vent.
• If the air filter is clogged, clean it. s p.68
• If turning the power back on does not clear the problem, stop
using the projector and remove the power plug from the elec‐
trical outlet. Contact your local dealer or the nearest Epson repair
center. s Epson Projector Contact List
(blue)
(orange)
Indicator status during normal operation
: Flashing
Indicators
Status
Standby condition
: Lit
: Off
Remedy
When you press the
button on the remote control or the
control panel, projection starts after a short wait.
(blue)
Warm-up in progress Warm-up time is about 30 seconds.
The power-off operation is disabled while the projector is warm‐
ing-up.
(blue)
Cool-down in pro‐
gress
All operations are disabled while the projector is cooling-down.
The projector enters standby condition when cool-down is com‐
plete. If for any reason the power cord is disconnected during
cool-down, wait until the lamp has cooled down sufficiently
(about 10 minutes), reconnect the power cord, and then press
button on the remote control or the control panel.
the
Projection in pro‐
gress
The projector is operating normally.
(blue)
c
• Under normal operating conditions, the o and m indicators are off.
• When the Illumination function is set to Off, all indicators are off under normal projection conditions.
s Extended - Operation - Illumination p.51
When the Indicators Provide No Help
Check the problem
Check the following table to see if your problem is mentioned, and go to the appropriate page for information
on handling the problem.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Problems relating to im‐
ages
Page
No images appear.
p.59
Projection does not start, the projection area is completely black, or
the projection area is completely blue.
Moving images being projected from a computer are not projected.
p.60
"Not supported" is displayed.
p.60
"No Signal" is displayed
p.61
Images are fuzzy or out of focus.
p.61
Interference or distortion appears in the images.
p.61
The image is truncated (large) or small, or only a part of the image is
projected.
p.62
Image colors are not right.
p.62
The whole image appears purplish or greenish, images are black &
white, or colors appear dull.*
Images appear dark.
p.63
Projection stops automatically.
p.63
Problems when projection The projector does not turn on.
starts
p.63
Problems with the remote The remote control does not respond.
control
p.64
Problems with 3D
Cannot project correctly in 3D.
p.64
The 3D image is enlarged and truncated.
p.65
HDMI Link does not function.
p.65
The device name is not displayed under device connections.
p.65
Problems with HDMI
Problems with USB storage Slideshow does not start
devices
p.65
Other problems
No audio, or the audio is too low.
p.66
Cannot make settings on the control panel.
p.66
Cannot access the network via wireless LAN.
p.66
* Because color reproduction differs between monitors and computer LCD screens, the image projected by the
projector and the color tones displayed on the monitor may not match, however this is not a fault.
Problems relating to images
No images appear
Check
Remedy
Is the projector turned on?
Press the
Is the power cord connected?
Connect the power cord.
Are the indicators switched off?
Disconnect and then reconnect the projector's power cord.
Check that pressing the power button after connection supplies
the projector with power.
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button on the remote control or the control panel.
Troubleshooting
Check
Remedy
Is an image signal being input?
Check that the connected device is turned on. When Messag‐
es is set to On from the Configuration menu, image signal mes‐
sages are displayed. s Extended - Display - Messages p.51
Is the image signal format setting correct?
When Video is input
If nothing is projected even when Video Signal is set to Auto
from the Configuration menu, set the signal that matches the
connected device. s Extended - Input Signal - Video Sig‐
nal p.51
When PC is input
If nothing is projected even when PC Signal is set to Auto from
the Configuration menu, set the signal that matches the con‐
nected device. s Extended - Input Signal - PC Signal p.51
Are the Configuration menu settings correct? Reset all of the settings. s Reset - Reset All p.55
(Only when projecting computer image sig‐
nals)
If the connection is made while the power is already turned on,
the key (Function key and so on) that changes the computer's
image signal to external output may not work. Turn off the power
Was the connection made while the power of
for the computer and the projector and then turn it back on
the projector or the computer was already
again.
turned on?
Moving images are not displayed
Check
Remedy
(Only when projecting computer image sig‐
nals)
Depending on the computer's specifications, moving images
may not be displayed when the computer is set to external out‐
put and to the LCD monitor output at the same time.
Is the computer's image signal set to external
Change it so that the image signal is set to external output only.
output and to output to the LCD monitor at
For the computer's specifications, see the documentation sup‐
the same time?
plied with the computer.
"Not supported" is displayed.
Check
Is the image signal format setting correct?
Remedy
When Video is input
If nothing is projected even when Video Signal is set to Auto
from the Configuration menu, set the signal that matches the
connected device. s Extended - Input Signal - Video Sig‐
nal p.51
When PC is input
If nothing is projected even when PC Signal is set to Auto from
the Configuration menu, set the signal that matches the con‐
nected device. s Extended - Input Signal - PC Signal p.51
(Only when projecting computer image sig‐
nals)
Do the image signal's frequency and resolu‐
tion correspond to the mode?
Check the image signal being input in Resolution from the Con‐
figuration menu, and check that it corresponds to the projector's
resolution. s p.74
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Troubleshooting
"No Signal" is displayed
Check
Remedy
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely
connected. s p.17
Is the correct image input port selected?
Change the image with the source buttons on the remote con‐
trol, or the
button on the control panel. s p.23
Is the connected device turned on?
Turn on the device.
(Only when projecting computer image sig‐
nals)
Change it so that the image signal is set to external output, and
not just the computer's LCD monitor. For some models, when
the image signals are output externally, they no longer appear
on the LCD monitor.
For the computer's specifications, see the documentation sup‐
plied with the computer.
Are the image signals being output to the
projector?
If the connection is made while the power of the projector or the
computer is already turned on, the Fn key (Function key) that
changes the computer's image signal to external output may not
work. Turn the power for the computer and the projector off and
then back on again.
Images are fuzzy or out of focus
Check
Remedy
Has the focus been adjusted?
Adjust the focus. s p.24
Is the lens cover closed?
Open the lens cover. s p.22
Is the projector at the correct distance?
Check the recommended projection range. s p.16
Has condensation formed on the lens?
If the projector is suddenly taken from a cold environment to a
warm environment, or if sudden ambient temperature changes
occur, condensation may form on the surface of the lens, and this
may cause the images to appear fuzzy. Set the projector up in
the room about one hour before it is used. If the projector is wet
from condensation, turn off the projector, disconnect the power
cord, and leave it for a while.
Interference or distortion appear in images
Check
Is the image signal format setting correct?
Remedy
When Video is input
If nothing is projected even when Video Signal is set to Auto
from the Configuration menu, set the signal that matches the
connected device. s Extended - Input Signal - Video Sig‐
nal p.51
When PC is input
If nothing is projected even when PC Signal is set to Auto from
the Configuration menu, set the signal that matches the con‐
nected device. s Extended - Input Signal - PC Signal p.51
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely
connected. s p.17
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Troubleshooting
Check
Is an extension cable being used?
Remedy
If an extension cable is used, electrical interference may affect
the signals.
(Only when projecting computer image sig‐
nals)
The projector uses automatic adjustment functions to project at
the optimum status. However, depending on the signal, some
may not be adjusted correctly even after performing self correc‐
Are the Sync. and Tracking settings adjusted
tions. If this happens, adjust the Tracking and Sync. settings
correctly?
from the Configuration menu. s Signal - Tracking/Sync. p.47
(Only when projecting computer image sig‐
nals)
Set the computer so that the signals being output are compatible
with the projector. s p.74
Is the correct resolution selected?
Part of the image is truncated (large) or small
Check
Remedy
Is the correct Aspect selected?
button, and then select the Aspect that matches
Press the
the input signal. s Signal - Aspect p.47
Is the image Position adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Position setting from the Configuration menu.
s Signal - Position p.47
(Only when projecting computer image sig‐
nals)
Set the computer so that the signals being output are compatible
with the projector. s p.74
Is the correct resolution selected?
Is the 3D Format set to something other than Unless the 3D format of the AV device and 3D Format of the
projector are the same, part of the image may not be displayed.
Auto?
Check that Auto is set during 3D video projection. s Signal 3D Setup - 3D Format p.47
Image colors are not right
Check
Is the image signal format setting correct?
Remedy
When Video is input
If nothing is projected even when Video Signal is set to Auto
from the Configuration menu, set the signal that matches the
connected device. s Extended - Input Signal - Video Sig‐
nal p.51
When PC is input
If nothing is projected even when PC Signal is set to Auto from
the Configuration menu, set the signal that matches the con‐
nected device. s Extended - Input Signal - PC Signal p.51
Are the cables connected correctly?
Is the contrast adjusted correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely
connected. s p.17
For the Video and PC ports, make sure the connector is the same
color as the cable port. s p.17
Adjust the Contrast setting from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Contrast p.46
Is the color adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Advanced setting from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Advanced p.46
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Troubleshooting
Check
Remedy
(Only when projecting images from a video
device)
Adjust the Color Saturation and Tint settings from the Config‐
uration menu. s Image - Color Saturation/Tint p.46
Are the color saturation and tint adjusted cor‐
rectly?
Images appear dark
Check
Remedy
Is the image brightness set correctly?
Adjust the Brightness setting from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Brightness p.46
Is the contrast adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Contrast setting from the Configuration menu.
s Image - Contrast p.46
Is it time to replace the lamp?
When the lamp is nearly ready for replacement, the images be‐
come darker and the color quality becomes poorer. When this
happens, replace the lamp with a new lamp. s p.70
Projection stops automatically
Check
Is Sleep Mode enabled?
Remedy
If no image signal is being input and no operations are made for
the time that is set in advance, the lamp turns off automatically,
and the projector enters standby status. The projector returns
button on the re‐
from standby status when you press the
mote control or the control panel. If you do not want to use Sleep
Mode, change the setting to Off. s Extended - Operation Sleep Mode p.51
Problems when projection starts
The projector does not turn on
Check
Remedy
Is the power turned on?
Press the
Is Child Lock set to On?
When Child Lock is set to On from the Configuration menu, hold
button on the control panel for approximately
down the
three seconds, or perform operations from the remote control.
s Settings - Lock Setting - Child Lock p.49
Do the indicators turn on and off when the
power cord is touched?
Turn off the projector, and then disconnect and reconnect the
projector's power cord. If the problem continues, stop using the
projector, remove the power plug from the electrical outlet, and
contact your local dealer or the nearest projector information
center. s Epson Projector Contact List
63
button on the remote control or the control panel.
Troubleshooting
Problems with the remote control
The remote control does not respond
Check
Remedy
Is the remote control light-emitting area
Point the remote control towards the remote receiver. Also,
pointing towards the remote receiver on the check the operating range. s p.21
projector during operation?
Is the remote control too far from the projec‐ Check the operating range. s p.21
tor?
Is direct sunlight or strong light from fluores‐ Set the projector up in a location where strong light does not
cent lamps shining onto the remote receiver? shine onto the remote receiver.
Are the batteries dead or have the batteries
been inserted correctly?
Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly or replace the bat‐
teries with new ones if necessary. s p.20
Problems with 3D
Cannot project correctly in 3D
Check
Remedy
Are the 3D Glasses turned on?
Turn on the 3D Glasses.
Is a 3D image being projected?
If the projector is projecting a 2D image, or if an error occurs on
the projector that prevents the 3D image from being projected,
you cannot view 3D images even if you are wearing the 3D
Glasses.
Is the input image in 3D?
Check that the input image is 3D compatible.
Since most TV broadcasts do not contain a 3D format signal, 3D
reception must be set manually.
Is 3D Display set to Off?
If 3D Display is set to Off from the Configuration menu, the pro‐
jector does not automatically change to 3D even when a 3D im‐
age is input. Press the
button. s Signal - 3D Setup - 3D
Display p.47
Is the correct 3D format set?
The projector automatically selects the appropriate 3D format,
but if the 3D image is not displayed correctly, use 3D Format
from the Configuration menu to select another format. s Sig‐
nal - 3D Setup - 3D Format p.47
Are you viewing within the reception range? Check the range within which the 3D Glasses can communicate
with the projector, and view within that range. s p.37
Has pairing been performed correctly?
See the User's Guide for the 3D Glasses to perform pairing.
Are there any devices that cause radio wave
interference in the vicinity?
When using other devices at the same time with the frequency
band (2.4 GHz) such as Bluetooth communication devices, wire‐
less LAN (IEEE802.11b/g), or microwave ovens, radio wave inter‐
ference may occur, the image may be interrupted, or communi‐
cation may not be possible. Do not use the projector near these
devices.
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Troubleshooting
The 3D image is enlarged and truncated
Check
Is the correct 3D video format set?
Remedy
Video may be truncated if an incorrect 3D format is set. Set the
correct 3D format. s p.35
Problems with HDMI
HDMI link does not function
Check
Remedy
Are you using a cable that meets the HDMI
standards?
Operations are not possible with cables that do not meet the
HDMI standards.
Does the connected device meet the HDMI
CEC standards?
If the connected device does not meet the HDMI CEC standards,
it cannot be operated even if it is connected to the HDMI port.
See the documentation and so on supplied with the connected
device for more information.
button, and then check if the device is
Also, press the
available under Device Connections. s p.42
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required to use HDMI Link are securely
connected. s p.41
Is the power for the amplifier or DVD recorder Put each device in standby status. See the documentation and
and so on turned on?
so on supplied with the connected device for more information.
If you have connected a speaker and so on, set the connected
equipment to PCM output.
Was a new device connected, or was the con‐ If the CEC function for a connected device needs to be set again,
nection changed?
for example when a new device is connected or the connection
is changed, you may need to restart the device.
Are many multi-media players connected?
Up to 3 multi-media players that meet the HDMI CEC standards
can be connected at the same time.
The device name is not displayed under Device Connections
Check
Does the connected device meet the HDMI
CEC standards?
Remedy
If the connected device does not meet the HDMI CEC standards,
it is not displayed. See the documentation and so on supplied
with the connected device for more information.
Problems with USB storage devices
Slideshow does not start
Check
Is the USB storage device using a security
function?
Remedy
You may not be able to use USB storage devices that incorporate
security functions.
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Troubleshooting
Other problems
No audio, or the audio is too low
Check
Remedy
Is the audio cable connected correctly?
Try disconnecting the cable from the Audio (L-R) port, and then
reconnecting.
Is the volume too low?
Adjust the volume so that you can hear the audio. s p.27
Is it connected with an HDMI cable?
If no audio is output when connecting via an HDMI cable, set the
connected equipment to PCM output.
Cannot make settings on the control panel
Check
Remedy
Is Control Panel Lock set to On?
If Control Panel Lock is set to On from the Configuration menu,
all of the control panel buttons except for
button are disa‐
bled. Perform operations from the remote control. s Settings
- Lock Setting - Control Panel Lock p.49
Cannot access the network via wireless LAN
Check
Remedy
Is the passphrase correct?
Note that the passphrase is case sensitive; upper case and lower
case letters are treated as different characters. If you cannot re‐
member the passphrase, set a new passphrase.
Have you checked the Event ID?
Check the Event ID number and perform the following steps.
s Info - Event ID p.55
About Event ID
Check the event ID and perform the remedy given below. If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your
local dealer or the nearest Epson repair center.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Event ID
Cause
Remedy
0432
0435
Failed to startup EasyMP Network Projection.
Restart the projector.
0434
0481
0482
0485
Network communication is unstable.
Check the network communication status, and
reconnect after waiting for a while.
0433
An image that was transferred cannot be re‐
produced.
Restart EasyMP Network Projection.
0484
Communications was cut off from the comput‐
er.
0483
04FE
EasyMP Network Projection ended unexpect‐
edly.
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Check the status of network communications.
Wait for a while and then try connecting again.
Troubleshooting
Event ID
Cause
Remedy
0479
04FF
A system error occurred in the projector.
Restart the projector.
0891
The same SSID access point cannot be found.
Set the computer, the access point, and the
projector to the same SSID.
0892
WPA and WPA2 authentication type mismatch. Check the setting of wireless LAN security to
see if it is correct.
0894
Communications was cut off because a con‐
nection was made to the wrong access point.
Check with the network administrator and fol‐
low their instructions.
0898
Failed to acquire the DHCP.
Check the DHCP server to see if it is operating
correctly. Turn off DHCP if it is not being used.
0899
Other connection errors
If restarting the projector or EasyMP Network
Projection does not solve the problem, contact
one of the following contact addresses. s Ep‐
son Projector Contact List
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Cleaning the Parts
You should clean the projector if it becomes dirty or if the quality of projected images starts to deteriorate.
Warning
Do not use sprays that contain flammable gas to remove dirt and dust from the projector's lens, air filter,
and so on. The projector may catch fire due to the high internal temperature of the lamp.
Cleaning the air filter
Clean the air filter if dust has accumulated on the air filter or when the following message is displayed.
"The projector is overheating. Make sure nothing is blocking the air vent, and clean or replace the air
filter."
Attention
• If dust collects on the air filter, it can cause the internal temperature of the projector to rise, and this can lead
to problems with operation and shorten the optical engine's service life. It is recommended that you clean
the air filter at least once every three months. Clean them more often than this if using the projector in a
particularly dusty environment.
• Do not rinse the air filter in water. Do not use detergents or solvents.
• Lightly brush the air filter to clean it. If it is brushed too strongly, dust will be ground into the air filter and
cannot be removed.
a
b
Press the
button on the remote
control or the control panel to turn off
the power, and then disconnect the
power cord.
Remove any dust on the air filter by
using a vacuum cleaner from the front
side.
Cleaning the main unit
Clean the projector's surface by wiping it gently with a soft cloth.
If it is particularly dirty, moisten the cloth with water containing a small amount of neutral detergent, and
then firmly wring the cloth dry before using it to wipe the surface.
Attention
Do not use volatile substances such as wax, alcohol, or thinner to clean the projector's surface. The quality
of the case may change or the paint may peel off.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the lens
Use a commercially available cloth for cleaning glasses to gently wipe off dirt from the lens.
Attention
Do not rub the lens with harsh materials or handle the lens too roughly as it can easily become damaged.
Cleaning the 3D Glasses
Use the cloth supplied to gently wipe off dirt from the lenses of
the 3D Glasses.
Attention
• Do not rub the lenses of the glasses with harsh materials or
handle the lenses too roughly as they can easily become
damaged.
• When maintenance is necessary, disconnect the USB Charg‐
ing Adapter from the electrical outlet, and check that all ca‐
bles have been disconnected.
c
The 3D glasses contain rechargeable batteries. Observe local regulations when you dispose of them.
Replacement Periods for Consumables
Air filter replacement period
• If the message is displayed even though the air filter has been cleaned s p.68
Lamp replacement period
• The following message is displayed when projection starts
"It is time to replace your lamp. Please contact your Epson projector reseller or visit www.epson.com to
purchase."
• The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate.
c
• The lamp replacement message is set to appear after 4900H in order to maintain the initial brightness
and quality of the projected images. The message display time changes depending on the usage
situation, such as the color mode setting and so on.
If you continue to use the lamp after the replacement period has passed, the possibility that the lamp
may explode increases. When the lamp replacement message appears, replace the lamp with a new
one as soon as possible, even if it is still working.
• Depending on the characteristics of the lamp and the way it has been used, the lamp may become
darker or stop working before the lamp warning message appears. You should always have a spare
lamp unit ready in case it is needed.
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Maintenance
Replacing Consumables
Replacing the air filter
c
Dispose of used air filters properly in accordance with your local regulations.
Filter frame: ABS
Filter: Polyurethane foam
a
Press the
button on the remote
control or the control panel to turn off
the power, and then disconnect the
power cord.
b
Open the air filter cover.
c
d
Install the new air filter.
e
Close the air filter cover.
Slide in the air filter until it clicks into place.
Remove the old air filter.
Grip the air filter cover tab and pull it
straight up.
Replacing the lamp
Warning
When replacing the lamp because it has stopped illuminating, there is a possibility that the lamp may be
broken. If replacing the lamp of a projector that has been suspended from the ceiling, you should always
assume that the lamp is cracked, and remove the lamp cover with care. When you open the lamp cover,
small shards of glass could fall out. If any shards of glass get into your eyes or mouth, contact a doctor
immediately.
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Maintenance
Caution
• Do not touch the lamp cover immediately after turning off the projector as it is still hot. Wait until the lamp
has cooled down sufficiently before removing the lamp cover. Otherwise, you could get burnt.
• We recommend the use of genuine EPSON option lamps. The use of non-genuine lamps may affect projection
quality and safety.
Any damage or malfunction caused by the use of non-genuine lamps may not be covered by Epson's warranty.
a
Press the
button on the remote
control or the control panel to turn off
the power, and then disconnect the
power cord.
b
Loosen the lamp cover fixing screw.
c
d
e
Remove the old lamp.
f
Install the new lamp.
g
Tighten the two lamp fixing screws.
Grip the projection and pull it straight out.
Make sure the lamp is facing the correct
direction and press it in.
Remove the lamp cover.
Slide the lamp cover straight forward and
remove it.
Loosen the two lamp fixing screws.
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Maintenance
h
i
Replace the lamp cover.
Slide the cover back into place.
Tighten the lamp cover fixing screw.
Warning
Do not disassemble or remodel the lamp. If a modified or disassembled lamp is installed in the projector
and used, it could cause a fire, electric shock, or an accident.
Caution
• Make sure you install the lamp and lamp cover securely. If they are not installed correctly, the power does
not turn on.
• The lamp contains mercury (Hg). Dispose of used lamps in accordance with your local laws and regulations
on disposing of fluorescent tubing.
Resetting lamp hours
After replacing the lamp, make sure you reset the lamp hours.
The projector records how long the lamp is turned on and a message and indicator notify you when it is time
to replace the lamp.
a
Turn on the power.
b
Press the
c
Select Reset - Reset Lamp Hours.
d
button.
Use the
buttons to select Yes,
and then press the
button to
execute.
The lamp hours are reset.
The Configuration menu is displayed.
A reset confirmation message is displayed.
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Appendix
Optional Accessories and Consumables
The following optional accessories/consumables are available for purchase if required. This list of optional
accessories/consumables is current as of: 2013.6. Details of accessories are subject to change without notice.
Varies depending on country of purchase.
Optional Items
Name
Model No.
Explanation
Ceiling mount*
ELPMB23
Use when installing the projector on a ceiling.
Ceiling pipe 450 (450 mm white)*
ELPFP13
Ceiling pipe 700 (700 mm white)*
ELPFP14
Use when installing the projector on a high ceil‐
ing.
RF system 3D Glasses
ELPGS03
Use when viewing 3D images.
USB Charging Adapter
ELPAC01
Use when charging the 3D Glasses.
Wireless LAN Unit
ELPAP07
Use when projecting video from an external de‐
802.11b/g/n(2.4GHz)
vice connected to the projector via wireless LAN.
* Special expertise is required to suspend the projector from a ceiling. Contact your local dealer.
Consumables
Name
Model No.
Explanation
Lamp unit
ELPLP78
Use as a replacement for used lamps. (1 lamp)
Air filter
ELPAF32
Use as a replacement for used air filters. (1 air filter)
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Appendix
Supported Resolutions
Computer Signals (Analog RGB)
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
VGA
60
640 x 480
SVGA
60
800 x 600
XGA
60
1024 x 768
SXGA
60
1280 x 960
60
1280 x 1024
60
1280 x 768
60
1366 x 768
60
1280 x 800
60
1600 x 900
WXGA
WXGA++
Composite Video
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
TV (NTSC)
60
720 x 480
TV (SECAM)
50
720 x 576
TV (PAL)
50/60
720 x 576
HDMI1/HDMI2 Input Signal
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
VGA
60
640 x 480
SDTV (480i)
60
720 x 480
SDTV (576i)
50
720 x 576
SDTV (480p)
60
720 x 480
SDTV (576p)
50
720 x 576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280 x 720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 x 1080
HDTV (1080p)
24/30/50/60
1920 x 1080
MHL Input Signal
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
SDTV (480i)
60
720 x 480
SDTV (576i)
50
720 x 576
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Appendix
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
SDTV (480p)
60
720 x 480
SDTV (576p)
50
720 x 576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280 x 720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 x 1080
HDTV (1080p)
24/30
1920 x 1080
3D Input Signal HDMI
Signal
Refresh Rate Resolution (dots)
(Hz)
3D Format
Frame Pack‐
ing
Side by Side
Top and Bot‐
tom
HDTV750p (720p)
50/60
1280 x 720
HDTV1125i (1080i)
50/60
1920 x 1080
-
-
HDTV1125p
(1080p)
50/60
1920 x 1080
-
-
HDTV1125p
(1080p)
24
1920 x 1080
3D Input Signal MHL
Signal
Refresh Rate Resolution (dots)
(Hz)
3D Format
Frame Pack‐
ing
HDTV750p (720p)
50/60
1280 x 720
-
HDTV1125i (1080i)
50/60
1920 x 1080
-
HDTV1125p
(1080p)
50/60
1920 x 1080
-
HDTV1125p
(1080p)
24
1920 x 1080
-
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Side by Side
Top and Bot‐
tom
-
-
-
Appendix
Specifications
Product name
EH-TW5200
Appearance
297 (W) x 108 (H) x 247 (D) mm
Panel Size
0.61" wide
Display method
Polysilicon TFT active matrix
Resolution
1920 (W) x 1080 (H) x 3
Scanning Fre‐
quency
Digital
Pixel Clock: 13.5 - 150 MHz
Horizontal: 15 - 80 kHZ
Vertical: 24, 30, 50 - 85 Hz
Analog
Pixel Clock: 13.5 - 150 MHz
Horizontal: 15 - 80 kHZ
Vertical: 24, 50 - 85 Hz
Focus adjustment
Manual
Zoom adjustment
Manual (approx. 1 to 1.2)
Lamp (light source)
UHE lamp 200 W, Model No.: ELPLP78
Power supply
100 to 240 V AC ±10%, 50/60 Hz, 3.0 to 1.4 A
Power con‐
sumption
100 to 120 V area
Operating: 300 W
Standby power consumption: 0.28 W
220 to 240 V area
Operating: 287 W
Standby power consumption: 0.31 W
Operating altitude
Altitude 0 to 3000 m
Operating temperature
+5 to 35°C* (No condensation)
Storage temperature
-10 to +60°C (No condensation)
Mass
Approx. 2.8 kg
Connectors
PC port x 1, Mini D-Sub15-pin (female) blue
HDMI port x 2, HDMI
For HDCP, For CEC signals, For MHL signals (HDMI1 port only),
For linear PCM, Deep Color
Video port x 1, RCA pin jack
RS-232C port x 1, D-sub 9-pin (male)
Audio-L/R port x 1, RCA pin jack
USB 2.0 TypeA port x 1
Audio Out port x 1, Stereo mini jack
Speaker
Maximum input 2 W x 1
* The operating temperature is +5 to 30°C at an altitude of 2287 to 3000m.
This product is also designed for IT power distribution system with phase-to-phase voltage 230V.
Обладнання відповідає вимогам Технічного регламенту обмеження використання деяких небезпечних
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Appendix
речовин в електричному та електронному обладнанні.
Angle of tilt
If you use the projector tilted at an angle of more than 12°, it could be
damaged or cause an accident.
ESC/VP21 Commands
Use of ESC/VP21 enables control of the projector from an external device. For more details, see the following
Web site.
http://www.epson.com
RS-232C Cable layouts
• Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (male)
• Projector input port name: RS-232C
• Signal name:
Signal Name
Function
GND
Signal wire ground
TD
Transmit data
RD
Receive data
<At the projector>
<At the projector>
<At the computer>
(PC serial cable)
• Communications protocol
Default baud rate setting: 9600 bps
Data length: 8 bit
Parity: None
Stop-bit: 1 bit
Flow control: None
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<At the computer>
Appendix
DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or
CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers
We:
Located at:
Tel:
Epson America, Inc.
3840 Kilroy Airport Way
MS: 3-13
Long Beach, CA 90806
562-981-3840
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein, complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the
FCC rules as a Class B digital device. Each product marketed, is identical to the representative unit tested and
found to be compliant with the standards. Records maintained continue to reflect the equipment being
produced can be expected to be within the variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on a
statistical basis as required by 47CFR 2.909. Operation is subject to the following two conditions : (1) this
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Trade Name:
EPSON
Type of Product:
LCD Projector
Model:
H561C/H562C
FCC Compliance Statement
For United States Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause 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.
WARNING
The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this equipment will invalidate the FCC
Certification or Declaration of this device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits
established by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a shielded
equipment interface cable with this device. If this equipment has more than one interface connector, do not
leave cables connected to unused interfaces. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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Appendix
Glossary
This section briefly explains the difficult terms that are not explained in context in the text of this guide. For
details, refer to other commercially available publications.
HDCP
HDMI
™
HDCP is an abbreviation for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. It is used to pre‐
vent illegal copying and protect copyrights by encrypting digital signals sent over DVI and
HDMI ports. Because the HDMI port on this projector supports HDCP, it can project digital
images protected by HDCP technology. However, the projector may not be able to project
images protected with updated or revised versions of HDCP encryption.
An abbreviation for High Definition Multimedia Interface. This is the standard by which
HD images and multichannel audio signals are digitally transmitted.
™
HDMI is a standard aimed at digital consumer electronics and computers. By not com‐
pressing the digital signal, the image can be transferred at the highest quality possible. It
also provides an encryption function for the digital signal.
HDTV
An abbreviation for High-Definition Television. This refers to high-definition systems
which satisfy the following conditions.
• Vertical resolution of 720p or 1080i or greater (p = Progressive, i = Interlace)
• Screen aspect of 16:9 Dolby Digital audio reception and playback (or output)
MHL
An abbreviation for Mobile High-definition Link, which is a standard high-definition in‐
terface that enables high-speed transfer of video signals on mobile devices.
It is a standard targeting smartphones and tablets that transfers uncompressed digital
signals without loss of quality and also enables simultaneous charging of such devices.
NTSC
An abbreviation for the National Television Standards Committee. A terrestrial analog
color broadcasting method. This method is used in Japan, North America, and Latin Amer‐
ica.
PAL
An abbreviation for Phase Alternation by Line. A terrestrial analog color broadcasting
method. This method is used in various Western European countries (with the exception
of France), Asian countries such as China, and Africa.
SDTV
An abbreviation for Standard Definition Television. This refers to standard television sys‐
tems which do not satisfy the conditions for HDTV High-Definition Television.
SECAM
An abbreviation for SEquential Couleur A Memoire. A terrestrial analog color broadcasting
method. This method is used in France, Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, the
Middle East, Africa, and so on.
SVGA
A screen size standard with a resolution of 800 (horizontal) x 600 (vertical) dots.
SXGA
A screen size standard with a resolution of 1,280 (horizontal) x 1,024 (vertical) dots.
VGA
A screen size standard with a resolution of 640 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical) dots.
XGA
A screen size standard with a resolution of 1,024 (horizontal) x 768 (vertical) dots.
YCbCr
In component image signals for SDTV, Y is the brightness, while Cb and Cr indicate the
color difference.
YPbPr
In component image signals for HDTV, Y is the brightness, while Pb and Pr indicate the
color difference.
Aspect Ratio
The ratio between an image's length and its height. Screens with a horizontal:vertical ratio
of 16:9, such as HDTV screens, are known as wide screens.
SDTV and general computer displays have an aspect ratio of 4:3.
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Interlace
Transmits information needed to create one screen by sending every other line, starting
from the top of the image and working down to the bottom. Images are more likely to
flicker because one frame is displayed every other line.
Pairing
Register devices in advance when connecting with Bluetooth devices to ensure mutual
communication.
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General Notes
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted
in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior
written permission of Seiko Epson Corporation. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the
information contained herein. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the infor‐
mation contained herein.
Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties
for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by the purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse,
or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the
U.S.) failure to strictly comply with Seiko Epson Corporation's operating and maintenance instructions.
Seiko Epson Corporation shall not be liable against any damages or problems arising from the use of any options
or any consumable products other than those designated as Original Epson Products or Epson Approved Prod‐
ucts by Seiko Epson Corporation.
The contents of this guide may be changed or updated without further notice.
Illustrations in this guide and the actual projector may differ.
Restriction of Use
When this product is used for applications requiring high reliability/safety such as transportation devices related
to aviation, rail, marine, automotive etc.; disaster prevention devices; various safety devices etc; or functional/
precision devices etc, you should use this product only after giving consideration to including fail-safes and
redundancies into your design to maintain safety and total system reliability. Because this product was not
intended for use in applications requiring extremely high reliability/safety such as aerospace equipment, main
communication equipment, nuclear power control equipment, or medical equipment related to direct medical
care etc, please make your own judgment on this product’s suitability after a full evaluation.
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General Notice
EPSON and ELPLP are the trademarks or registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation.
HDMI and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing
LLC.
™ logo and Full HD 3D Glasses™ are trademarks of the Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative™.
The Full HD 3D Glasses
®
Bluetopia® is provided for your use by Stonestreet One, LLC® under a software license agreement. Stonestreet
One, LLC® is and shall remain the sole owner of all right, title and interest whatsoever in and to Bluetopia® and
your use is subject to such ownership and to the license agreement. Stonestreet One, LLC® reserves all rights
related to Bluetopia® not expressly granted under the license agreement and no other rights or licenses are
granted either directly or by implication, estoppel or otherwise, or under any patents, copyrights, mask works,
trade secrets or other intellectual property rights of Stonestreet One, LLC®.
© 2000-2012 Stonestreet One, LLC® All Rights Reserved.
Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logo are the trademarks of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
MHL and the MHL logo are a trademark, registered trademark or service mark of MHL, LLC in the United States
and/or other countries.
™ and WPA2™ are registered trademarks of Wi-Fi Allience.
WPA
App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.
Google Play is a trademark of Google Inc.
Other product names used herein are also for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their
respective owners. Epson disclaims any and all rights in those marks.
©SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION 2013. All rights reserved.
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Index
Cool-down ....................................................... 23
3
3D brightness .................................................
3D display .........................................................
3D format .........................................................
3D Glasses ........................................................
3D images ........................................................
3D settings .......................................................
3D viewing notice .........................................
47
47
47
35
35
47
47
D
Deep color ........................................................
DHCP ..................................................................
Direct power on .............................................
Display ...............................................................
Display Background .....................................
Displaying the test pattern ........................
A
55
54
51
51
51
24
E
Adjusting focus .............................................. 24
Adjusting RGB ................................................. 32
Adjusting the tilt ............................................ 25
Advanced ......................................................... 46
Air filter .............................................................. 68
Air filter cover ................................................. 70
Air filter replacement period ..................... 69
Appearance ..................................................... 14
Aspect ......................................................... 30, 47
Auto iris ...................................................... 34, 47
Auto setup ....................................................... 47
Auto V-Keystone ..................................... 25, 49
Error/Warning indicators ............................ 56
ESC/VP21 .......................................................... 77
Event ID ...................................................... 55, 66
Extended menu .............................................. 51
F
Focus .................................................................. 61
Focus adjustment .......................................... 24
Focus ring .................................................... 8, 24
Full ...................................................................... 30
G
B
Gain ............................................................. 32, 46
Gateway Address ........................................... 54
Basic menu ....................................................... 53
Brightness ................................................. 32, 46
H
C
H/V-Keystone ........................................... 26, 49
HDMI link .......................................................... 41
HDMI port ......................................................... 41
HDMI Video Range ........................................ 48
HDMI1 port ............................................... 17, 18
HDMI2 port ...................................................... 17
Height adjustment ........................................ 25
High altitude mode ...................................... 51
H-Keystone ...................................................... 49
H-Keystone adjuster .............................. 26, 49
Horizontal keystone adjuster ...................... 9
Hue .............................................................. 32, 46
CEC standards ................................................. 41
Channel ............................................................. 54
Child lock .......................................................... 50
Cleaning the 3D Glasses ............................. 69
Cleaning the air filter .................................... 68
Cleaning the lens ........................................... 69
Cleaning the main unit ................................ 68
Color mode ............................................... 29, 46
Color saturation ............................................. 46
Color Temp. ..................................................... 46
Configuration menu ..................................... 45
Connecting ...................................................... 17
Connecting a computer .............................. 17
Connecting MHL compatible devices
................................................................................ 18
Connecting smartphones or tablets ...... 18
Connecting USB devices ............................. 18
Connecting video equipment .................. 17
Connection Mode ......................................... 53
Contrast ............................................................ 46
Control Panel ..................................................... 9
Control panel ..................................................... 8
Control panel lock ......................................... 50
I
Illumination ..................................................... 51
Image ................................................................. 29
Image menu .................................................... 46
Image Processing .......................................... 48
Images ............................................................... 43
Indicators .......................................................... 56
Info menu ......................................................... 55
Input signal ............................................... 52, 55
Inverse 3D Glasses ......................................... 47
IP Address ......................................................... 54
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IP Address Display ......................................... 54
IP Settings ........................................................ 54
Replacing consumables .............................. 70
Replacing the air filter .................................. 70
Replacing the lamp ....................................... 70
Reset .............................................. 47, 48, 51, 52
Reset all ............................................................. 55
Reset lamp hours .................................... 55, 72
Reset menu ............................................... 54, 55
Resolution ........................................................ 55
RGB ..................................................................... 46
RGBCMY ..................................................... 32, 46
K
Keystone .................................................... 25, 49
Keystone distortion ...................................... 25
L
Lamp cover ................................................. 8, 71
Lamp cover fixing screw ............................. 71
Lamp hours ...................................................... 55
Lamp replacement period ......................... 69
Language ......................................................... 52
Lock setting ..................................................... 50
S
Saturation .................................................. 32, 46
Scan mode ....................................................... 55
Search Access Point ...................................... 54
Security ............................................................. 54
Security menu ................................................ 54
Serial number ................................................. 55
Settings menu ................................................ 49
Sharpness .................................................. 34, 46
Signal menu .................................................... 47
Sleep mode ...................................................... 51
Slideshow ......................................................... 43
Soft Keyboard ................................................. 53
Source ......................................................... 23, 55
Specifications .................................................. 76
SSID .................................................................... 54
SSID Display ..................................................... 54
Startup Screen ................................................ 51
Status ................................................................. 55
Sub menu ......................................................... 45
Subnet Mask .................................................... 54
Supported resolutions ................................. 74
Sync info ........................................................... 55
Sync. ................................................................... 47
M
Menu .................................................................. 45
Messages .......................................................... 51
N
Network menu ............................................... 52
Noise .................................................................. 61
Noise Reduction ............................................. 48
O
Offset .......................................................... 32, 46
Operating range ............................................ 21
Operating time ............................................... 72
Operation ......................................................... 51
Overscan ........................................................... 48
P
Pairing ............................................................... 36
Passphrase ....................................................... 54
PC port ............................................................... 17
PC Signal ........................................................... 52
Position ............................................................. 47
Power ................................................................. 23
Power consumption ..................................... 46
Power supply .................................................. 22
Projection ......................................................... 50
Projection size ......................................... 16, 24
T
Tint ...................................................................... 46
Top menu ......................................................... 45
Tracking ............................................................ 47
U
USB ..................................................................... 43
USB port ............................................................ 18
User button ...................................................... 50
R
Refresh rate ......................................................
Remote Control ..............................................
Remote control ..............................................
Replacement periods for consumables
................................................................................
Replacement time .........................................
55
10
20
V
Version .............................................................. 55
Video port ........................................................ 17
Video signal .............................................. 52, 55
Viewing area .................................................... 37
69
69
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V-Keystone ....................................................... 49
Volume ....................................................... 27, 49
W
Wireless LAN menu ....................................... 53
Wireless LAN Power ...................................... 53
Z
Zoom .................................................................. 30
Zoom adjustment ......................................... 24
Zoom ring ........................................................... 8
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