Dell Projector 1220 User's Manual

Dell Projector 1220
User’s Guide
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make
better use of your projector.
CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates potential damage to hardware or
loss of data if instructions are not followed.
WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage,
personal injury, or death.
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Model: Dell Projector 1220
September 2014 Rev. A00
Contents
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Your Dell Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
About Your Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Connecting Your Projector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Connecting to a Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Connecting a DVD Player. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
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Using Your Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Turning Your Projector On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Turning Your Projector Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Adjusting the Projected Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Adjusting the Projector Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Adjusting Projection Image Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Installing the Remote Control Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Operating Range with Optional Remote Control . . . . . 22
Using the On-Screen Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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Troubleshooting Your Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Guiding Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Changing the Lamp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
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Contacting Dell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
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Appendix: Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
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Your Dell Projector
Your Dell 1220 Projector ships with the necessary cables and
documentation to get you started! Visit www.dell.com/support to explore
further support options.
Package Contents
Power cable
1.8 m VGA cable (VGA to VGA)
Remote control
CD User’s Guide and
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Lens
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Focus ring
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Zoom tab
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Power button
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Lamp cover
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Mounting holes for ceiling mount
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Tilt adjustment wheel
NOTE: Ceiling mount screw hole M3 x 6.5mm depth.
Recommended torque <15 kgf-cm.
CAUTION: Safety Instructions
1 Do not install near heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves or any
other apparatus such as amplifiers that emits heat.
2 Do not use the projector in a dusty environment. Excess dust can cause
system failures and eventually will shut down your projector.
3 Ensure that the projector is mounted in a well-ventilated area.
4 Do not block the ventilation slots and openings on the projector.
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5 Ensure that the projector operates between ambient temperatures of (5 °C
to 40 °C).
6 Do not touch the ventilation outlet as it will become heated during
operation or immediately after the projector is turned off.
7 Do not look into the lens while the projector is on as it may cause injury to
your eyes.
8 Do not place any objects near or in front of the projector or cover its lens
while the projector is on as the heat may cause the object to melt or burn.
9 Do not use alcohol to wipe the lens.
NOTE:
•Do not attempt to ceiling mount the projector yourself. It should
be installed by a qualified technician.
•Recommended Projector Ceiling Mount Kit (P/N: C3505). For
more information, see the Dell Support website at
dell.com/support.
•For more information, see the Safety Information that shipped with
your projector.
•The 1220 projector can only be used indoors.
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Connecting Your Projector
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8
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1 VGA output (monitor loop
through) connector
2 VGA input (D-sub) connector
3 Power cord connector
4 Mini USB (mini type B)
connector for remote mouse
and firmware upgrade
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4
5 HDMI connector
6 Audio input connector
7 Composite Video connector
8 Audio output connector
CAUTION: Before you begin any of the procedures in this section,
follow the Safety Instructions as described on page 5.
Connecting Your Projector
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Connecting to a Computer
Connecting a Computer Using a VGA Cable
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3
1
MOLEX
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2
3
Power cord
VGA to VGA cable
USB-A to Mini USB-B cable
NOTE:
1 The Mini USB cable is not shipped with your projector. You can
purchase the Mini USB (USB-A to Mini USB-B) cable on the Dell
website at www.dell.com.
2 The Mini USB cable must be connected if you want to use the
Page Up and Page Down features on the remote control.
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Connecting Your Projector
Monitor Loop-Through Connection Using VGA Cables
2
1
Power cord
2
VGA to VGA cable
2
1
NOTE: Only one VGA cable is shipped with your projector. Any
additional cables can be purchased from www.dell.com.
Connecting Your Projector
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Connecting a DVD Player
Connecting a DVD Player Using a HDMI Cable
1
2
TOP MENU
HDMI
MENU
OPEN/CLOSE
STANDBY/ON
ENTER
DVD/USB
1
Power cord
2
HDMI cable
USB
HOME
MENU
RETURN
NOTE: The HDMI cable is not shipped with your projector. You can
purchase the HDMI cable on the Dell website at www.dell.com.
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Connecting Your Projector
Connecting a DVD Player Using a Composite Video Cable
2
1
TOP MENU
HDMI
MENU
OPEN/CLOSE
STANDBY/ON
ENTER
DVD/USB
USB
HOME
MENU
1
Power cord
2
Composite Video cable
RETURN
NOTE: The Composite Video cable is not shipped with your
projector. You can purchase the Composite Video Extension (50
ft/100 ft) cable on the Dell website at www.dell.com.
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Turning Your Projector On
NOTE: Turn on the projector before you turn on the source
(computer, DVD player, etc.). The Power button light blinks white
until pressed.
1 Connect the power cord and appropriate signal cables to the projector.
For information about connecting the projector, see "Connecting Your
Projector" on page 7.
2 Press the Power button (see "Using the Remote Control" on page 18 to
locate the Power button).
3 Turn on your source (computer, DVD player, etc).
4 Connect your source to the projector using the appropriate cable. See
"Connecting Your Projector" on page 7 for instructions to connect your
source to the projector.
5 By default, the input source of the projector is set to VGA-In. Change the
input source of the projector if necessary.
6 If you have multiple sources connected to the projector, press the Source
button on the remote control to select the desired source. See "Using the
Remote Control" on page 18 to locate the Source button.
Turning Your Projector Off
CAUTION: Unplug the projector after properly shutting down as
explained in the following procedure.
1 Press the Power button. Follow the instruction displayed on screen to
properly turn off the projector.
NOTE: The "Press Power Button to Turn off Projector" message will
appear on the screen. The message disappears after 5 seconds or you
can press the Menu button to clear it.
2 Press the Power button again. The cooling fans continue to operate for
120 seconds.
3 To power off the projector quickly, press the Power button and hold for 1
second while the projector’s cooling fans are still running.
NOTE: Before you turn on the projector again, wait for 60 seconds
to allow the internal temperature to stabilize.
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4 Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet and the projector.
Adjusting the Projected Image
Raising the Projector Height
1 Raise the projector to the desired display angle, and use the front tilt
adjustment wheel to fine-tune the display angle.
2 Use the tilt adjustment wheels to fine-tune the display angle.
Lowering the Projector Height
1 Lower the projector, and use the front tilt adjustment wheel to fine-tune
the display angle.
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1
2
2
1
Front tilt adjustment wheel
(Angle of tilt: -5 to 5 degrees)
2
Tilt adjustment wheel
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Adjusting the Projector Focus
1 Rotate the focus tab until the image is clear. The projector focuses at
distances ranging between 3.94 ft - 32.81 ft (1.2 m - 10 m).
1
2
1
Zoom tab
2
Focus ring
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Adjusting Projection Image Size
252.4" (641.1 cm)
9" m)
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Projector to screen distance
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(5
30" (76.2 cm)
27.4"
(69.60 cm)
3.94' (1.2 m)
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Min Zoom
Projection
Distance
(m)
[A]
Image size
Diagonal
(inch/cm)
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Width (cm)
[W]
Height (cm)
[H]
Projector base to
top of image (cm)
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Projector base to
bottom of image
(cm)
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1.2
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69"/ 175.26 cm
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Projector base to
top of image (cm)
[C]
Projector base to
bottom of image
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Max Zoom
Projection
Distance
(m)
[A]
Image size
Diagonal
(inch/cm)
[B]
Width (cm)
[W]
Height (cm)
[H]
1.2
30"/ 76.2 cm
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* Offset Ratio: 115±5%
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Using the Remote Control
POWER
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Power
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Enter
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Right
Press to navigate through the On-Screen
Display (OSD) Menu items.
4
Down
Press to navigate through the On-Screen
Display (OSD) Menu items.
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Turns the projector on or off. For more
information, see "Turning Your Projector On"
on page 12 and "Turning Your Projector Off"
on page 12.
ENTER
Press to confirm the selection.
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Aspect Ratio
Press to change the aspect ratio of a
displayed image.
6
Mute
Press to mute or un-mute the projector
speaker.
7
Video mode
MUTE
The projector has preset configurations that
are optimized for displaying data
(presentation slides) or video (movies, games,
etc.).
Press the Video Mode button to toggle
between Presentation mode, Bright mode,
Movie mode, sRGB, or Custom mode.
Pressing the Video Mode button once will
show the current display mode. Pressing the
Video Mode button again will switch
between modes.
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Mouse up
Press to move to the previous page.
NOTE: The Mini USB cable must be
connected if you want to use the Page
Up feature.
9
Mouse down
Press to move to the next page.
NOTE: The Mini USB cable must be
connected if you want to use the Page
Down feature.
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Freeze
Press to pause the screen image, then press
"Freeze" again to unfreeze the image.
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Blank screen
Press to hide/unhide the image.
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Information
Press to provide projector native resolution
information.
13
HDMI
Press to choose HDMI source.
14
Up
Press to navigate through the On-Screen
Display (OSD) Menu items.
15
Left
Press to navigate through the On-Screen
Display (OSD) Menu items.
16
Menu
Press to activate the OSD.
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Volume up
VOL
Press to increase the volume.
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18
Source
Press to switch between Analog RGB,
Composite, Component (YPbPr, via VGA),
HDMI, and S-Video source.
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Volume down
20
Keystone adjustment
+
Press to adjust image distortion caused by
tilting the projector (+/-40 degrees).
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Keystone adjustment
-
Press to adjust image distortion caused by
tilting the projector (+/-40 degrees).
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Auto Adjust
Press to synchronize the projector with the
input source. Auto adjust does not operate if
the OSD is displayed.
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Zoom +
Press to increase the image.
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Zoom -
Press to decrease the image.
VOL
Press to decrease the volume.
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VGA
Press to choose VGA source.
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Video
Press to choose Composite Video source.
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Installing the Remote Control Batteries
NOTE: Remove the batteries from the remote control when not in
use.
1 Press the tab to lift the battery compartment
1
cover.
2 Check the polarity (+/-) marking on the batteries.
2
correctly according to the marking in the battery
compartment.
3
AAA
AAA
NOTE: Avoid mixing different types of batteries or
AAA
AAA
3 Insert the batteries and align their polarity
using new and old batteries together.
4 Slip the battery cover back.
4
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Operating Range with Optional Remote Control
VIDEO
VGA
ZOOM
ZOOM
AUTO ADJ. FREEZE
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Operating range
MOUSE
MUTE
VIDEO MODE
VOL
ASPECT
MENU
ENTER
Distance
±30°
SOURCE
Angle
7 m/22.97 feet
POWER
Distance
Angle
NOTE: Actual operating range may slightly differ from the diagram.
Weak battery will also prevent the remote control from properly
operating the projector.
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Using the On-Screen Display
• The projector has a multi-language On-Screen Display (OSD) Menu that
can be displayed with or without an input source.
• Press the Menu button on the remote control to enter the Main Menu.
• To navigate through the tabs in the Main Menu, press the
or
buttons on the remote control.
• To select a submenu, press the
or
button on the remote control.
• To select an option, press the
or
buttons on the remote control.
When an item is selected, the color changes to dark blue.
• Use the
or
buttons on the remote control to adjust the settings.
• To go back to the Main Menu, press the
button on the remote
control.
• To exit the OSD, press the Menu button directly on the remote control.
INPUT SOURCE
The Input Source menu allows you to select your projector's input source.
AUTO SOURCE—If you press
to activate, the Auto Source option will
automatically find the next available input source.
VGA—Press
HDMI—Press
to detect a VGA signal.
to detect a HDMI signal.
COMPOSITE—Press
to detect a Composite Video signal.
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AUTO ADJUST
Auto Adjust automatically adjusts the projector's Horizontal, Vertical,
Frequency, and Tracking in PC mode.
BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST
The Brightness/Contrast menu allows you adjust the brightness/contrast
settings of your projector.
BRIGHTNESS—Use
CONTRAST—Use
and
and
to adjust the brightness of the image.
to adjust the display contrast.
NOTE: If you adjust the settings for Brightness and Contrast the
projector automatically switches to Custom mode.
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VIDEO MODE
The Video Mode menu allows you to optimize the display image:
Presentation, Bright, Movie, sRGB (provides more accurate color
representation), and Custom (set your preferred settings).
AUDIO VOLUME
The Audio Volume menu allows you to adjust the audio volume settings of
your projector.
AUDIO VOLUME—Press
to increase the audio volume and
decrease the audio volume.
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ADVANCED SETTINGS
The Advanced Settings menu allows you to change the settings for Image,
Display, Projector, Menu, Power, and Information.
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IMAGE SETTINGS (IN PC MODE)—Select and press
to activate image
settings. The image settings menu provides the following options:
COLOR TEMPERATURE—Allows you to adjust the color temperature.
The screen appears cooler at higher color temperatures and warmer
at lower color temperatures. When you adjust the values in the
Color Adjust menu, the Custom mode is activated. The values are
saved in the Custom mode.
RGB COLOR ADJUST—Allows you to manually adjust the colors red,
green, and blue.
WHITE INTENSITY—Press
intensity.
and use
and
to display white
COLOR SPACE—Allows you to select the color space. The options are:
RGB, YCbCr, and YPbPr.
NOTE: If you adjust the settings for Color Temperature, RGB Color
Adjust, and White Intensity the projector automatically switches to
Custom mode.
IMAGE SETTINGS (IN VIDEO MODE)—Select and press
to activate image
settings. The image settings menu provides the following options:
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COLOR TEMPERATURE—Allows you to adjust the color temperature.
The screen appears cooler at higher color temperatures and warmer
at lower color temperatures. When you adjust the values in the
Color Adjust menu, the Custom mode is activated. The values are
saved in the Custom mode.
RGB COLOR ADJUST—Allows you to manually adjust the colors red,
green, and blue.
SATURATION—Allows you to adjust the video source from black and
white to fully saturated color. Press
to increase the amount of
color in the image and
to decrease the amount of color in the
image.
SHARPNESS—Press
the sharpness.
to increase the sharpness and
to decrease
to increase the amount of green in the image and
TINT—Press
to decrease the amount of green in the image.
WHITE INTENSITY—Press
intensity.
and use
and
to display white
COLOR SPACE—Allows you to select the color space. The options are:
RGB, YCbCr, and YPbPr.
NOTE:
1 If you adjust the settings for Color Temperature, RGB Color Adjust,
Saturation, Sharpness, Tint, and White Intensity the projector
automatically switches to Custom mode.
2 Saturation, Sharpness, and Tint only available when the input source
is from Composite or S-Video.
DISPLAY SETTINGS (IN PC MODE)—Select and press
to activate display
settings. The display settings menu provides the following options:
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HORIZONTAL POSITION—Press
move the image left.
VERTICAL POSITION—Press
the image down.
to move the image right and
to move the image up and
to
to move
FREQUENCY—Allows you to change the display data clock frequency
to match the frequency of your computer’s graphics card. If you see
a vertical flickering wave, use the Frequency control to minimize the
bars. This is a coarse adjustment.
TRACKING—Synchronize the phase of the display signal with the
graphic card. If you experience an unstable or flickering image, use
Tracking to correct it. This is a fine adjustment.
ASPECT RATIO—Allows you to select the aspect ratio to adjust how
the image appears. Options are: Origin, 16:10, 16:9, and 4:3.
•Origin — Select Origin to maintain the aspect ratio of the image
projector according to the input source.
•16:10 — The input source scales to fit the width of the screen to
project a 16:10 screen image.
•16:9 — The input source scales to fit the width of the screen to
project a 16:9 screen image.
•4:3 — The input source scales to fit the screen and projects a 4:3
image.
ZOOM—Press
and
to zoom and view the image.
Adjust the image scale by pressing
or
and press
to view on your remote
control only.
ZOOM NAVIGATION—Press
to activate the
Zoom Navigation menu.
Use
screen.
to navigate the projection
3D DISPLAY—Select On to activate the 3D display function (default is
Off).
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When you want to create a 3D experience, you will need a
few other components including:
a Computer/Laptop with a 120 Hz signal output quadbuffered graphics card.
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"Active" 3D glasses with DLP Link™.
3D content.
d 3D Player.
Enable the 3D function when it satisfies any of the belowmentioned conditions:
a Computer/Laptop with graphics card, capable of
outputting at 120 Hz signal via VGA cable.
b Input a suite of 3D content via Video.
"3D Display" selection will only be enabled in the "Display
Settings of the Advanced Settings" menu when the projector
detects either of the inputs mentioned above.
3D support and refresh rate are as below:
a VGA/HDMI 1280x720, 1024x768, and 800x600 at 120 Hz
b Composite at 60 Hz
The recommended VGA signal for laptop is Single-mode
output (Dual mode is not recommended).
HDMI 1.4a 3D support rates:
a 1280x720p@50 Hz Frame Packing
b 1280x720p@59.94/60 Hz Frame Packing
c 1920x1080p@23.98/24 Hz Frame Packing
d 1920x1080i@50 Hz Side by Side Half
e 1920x1080i@59.94/60 Hz Side by Side Half
f
1280x720p@50 Hz Top and Bottom
g 1280x720p@59.94/60 Hz Top and Bottom
h 1920x1080p@23.98/24 Hz Top and Bottom
c
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3
4
5
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3D FORMAT—Allows you to select the 3D format when the 3D display
function is activated. Options are: Side By Side, Side By Side Full,
Frame Sequential, Field Sequential, Top/Bottom, and Frame Packing.
3D SYNC INVERT—If you see a discrete or overlapping image
while wearing DLP 3D goggles, you may need to execute 'Invert'
to get best match of left/right image sequence to get the
correct image. (For DLP 3D goggles)
DISPLAY SETTINGS (IN VIDEO MODE)—Select and press
to activate
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display settings. The display settings menu provides the following options:
ASPECT RATIO—Allows you to select the aspect ratio to adjust how
the image appears.
•Origin — Select Origin to maintain the aspect ratio of image
projector according to the input source.
•16:9 — The input source scales to fit the width of the screen to
project a 16:9 screen image.
•16:10 — The input source scales to fit the width of the screen to
project a 16:10 screen image.
•4:3 — The input source scales to fit the screen and projects a 4:3
image.
ZOOM—Press
and
to zoom and view the image.
Adjust the image scale by pressing
or
and press
to view on your remote
control only.
ZOOM NAVIGATION—Press
to activate the
Zoom Navigation menu.
Use
screen.
to navigate the projection
3D DISPLAY—Select On to activate the 3D display function (default is
Off).
NOTE:
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When you want to create a 3D experience, you will need a
few other components including:
a Computer/Laptop with a 120 Hz signal output quadbuffered graphics card.
b "Active" 3D glasses with DLP Link™.
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c
3D content.
3D Player.
Enable the 3D function when it satisfies any of the below
mentioned conditions:
a Computer/Laptop with graphics card, capable of
outputting at 120 Hz signal via VGA cable.
b Input a suite of 3D content via Video.
"3D Display" selection will only be enabled in the "Display
Settings of the Advanced Settings" menu when the projector
detects either of the inputs mentioned above.
3D support and refresh rate are as below:
a VGA/HDMI 1280x720, 1024x768, and 800x600 at 120 Hz
b Composite at 60 Hz
The recommended VGA signal for laptop is Single-mode
output (Dual mode is not recommended).
HDMI 1.4a 3D support rates:
a 1280x720p@50 Hz Frame Packing
b 1280x720p@59.94/60 Hz Frame Packing
c 1920x1080p@23.98/24 Hz Frame Packing
d 1920x1080i@50 Hz Side by Side Half
e 1920x1080i@59.94/60 Hz Side by Side Half
f
1280x720p@50 Hz Top and Bottom
g 1280x720p@59.94/60 Hz Top and Bottom
h 1920x1080p@23.98/24 Hz Top and Bottom
d
2
3
4
5
6
3D FORMAT—Allows you to select the 3D format when the 3D display
function is activated. Options are: Side By Side, Side By Side Full,
Frame Sequential, Field Sequential, Top/Bottom, and Frame Packing.
3D SYNC INVERT—If you see a discrete or overlapping image
while wearing DLP 3D goggles, you may need to execute 'Invert'
to get best match of left/right image sequence to get the
correct image. (For DLP 3D goggles)
PROJECTOR SETTINGS—Select and press
to activate projector settings.
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The projector settings menu provides the following options:
AUTO SOURCE—Select Off (the default) to lock the current input
signal. If you press the Source button when the Auto Source mode
is set to Off, you can manually select the input signal. Select On to
auto detect the available input signals. If you press the Source
button when the projector is on, it automatically finds the next
available input signal.
PROJECTOR MODE—Allows you to select the projector mode,
depending upon how the projector is mounted.
•Rear Projection-Desktop — The projector reverses the image so
that you can project from behind a translucent screen.
•Rear Projection-Ceiling Mount — The projector reverses and turns
the image upside down. You can project from behind a translucent
screen with a ceiling-mounted projection.
•Front Projection-Desktop — This is the default option.
•Front Projection-Ceiling Mount — The projector turns the image
upside down for ceiling-mounted projection.
SPEAKER—Select On to enable the speaker. Select Off to disable the
speaker.
TEST PATTERN—Test Pattern is used to test focus and resolution.
You can enable or disable the Test Pattern by selecting Off, Test
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Pattern 1, or Test Pattern 2.
Test Pattern 1:
Test Pattern 2:
FACTORY RESET—Select Confirm and press
to reset all settings to
its factory default. The below warning message appears:
Reset items include both computer sources and Video source
settings.
MENU SETTINGS—Select and press
to activate menu settings. The menu
settings consist of the following options:
MENU POSITION—Allows you to change the position of the OSD
menu on the screen.
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MENU TIMEOUT—Allows you to adjust the time for an OSD timeout.
By default, the OSD disappears after 20 seconds of non-activity.
MENU TRANSPARENCY—Select to change the transparency level of the
OSD background.
PASSWORD—When Password Protect is enabled, a Password Protect
screen requesting you to enter a password will be displayed when
the power plug is inserted into the electrical output and the power
for the projector is first turned on. By default, this function is
disabled. You can enable this feature by selecting Enabled. If the
password has been set before, key in the password first and select
the function. This password security feature will be activated the
next time you turn on the projector. If you enable this feature, you
will be asked to enter the projector’s password after you turn on the
projector:
1 First time password input request:
a Go to Menu Settings, press
and then select Password to
enable the password settings.
b Enabling the Password function will pop up a change screen. Key
in a 4-digit number from the screen and press
.
c To confirm, enter the password again.
d If the password verification is successful, you may resume with
accessing the projector's functions and its utilities.
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2 If you have entered an incorrect password, you will be given two more
chances. After three invalid attempts, the projector will automatically
turn off.
NOTE: If you forget your password, contact DELL or a
qualified service person.
3 To disable the password function, select the Disabled option to close
the function.
4 To delete the password, select the Delete option.
CHANGE PASSWORD—Key in the original password. Then, enter the
new password and confirm the new password again.
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POWER SETTINGS—Select and press
to activate power settings. The
power settings menu provides the following options:
AUTO SHUTDOWN—By default, the projector is set to enter power
saving mode after 120 minutes of no activity. A warning message
appears on screen showing a 60 seconds countdown before
switching to power saving mode. Press any button during the
countdown period to stop the power-saving mode.
You can also set a different delay period to enter power saving
mode. The delay period is the time you want the projector to wait
without an input signal.
If an input signal is not detected during the delay period, the
projector turns off. To turn on the projector press the Power button.
LAMP MODE—Allows you to select the Normal or ECO mode.
Normal mode operates at full power level. ECO mode operates at a
lower power level which may provide longer lamp life, quieter
operation, and dimmer luminance output on the screen.
LAMP HOUR RESET—Press
the lamp hour.
and select the Confirm option to reset
POWER ON BEEP—Select On to enable the power on beep. Select
Silent to disable the power on beep.
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INFORMATION—The information menu displays the current 1220 projector
settings.
LANGUAGE
Allows you to set the language for the OSD. Press
Language menu.
to activate the
HELP
If you encounter problems with your projector, you can access the help
menu for troubleshooting.
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4
Troubleshooting Your
Projector
If you experience problems with your projector, see the following
troubleshooting tips. If the problem persists, contact Dell (see Contacting
Dell on page 50).
Problem
Possible Solution
No image appears on the
screen
• Ensure that the projector is turned on.
• Ensure that you have chosen the correct
input source on the INPUT SOURCE
menu.
• Ensure the external graphics port is
enabled. If you are using a Dell laptop
computer, press
(Fn+F8). For
other computers, see your respective
documentation. If images are not
displayed properly, please upgrade the
video driver of your computer. For Dell
computers, see dell.com/support.
• Ensure that all the cables are securely
connected. See "Connecting Your
Projector" on page 7.
• Ensure that the pins of the connectors
are not bent or broken.
• Ensure that the lamp is securely installed
(see "Changing the Lamp" on page 43).
• Use Test Pattern in the Projector
Settings of the Advanced Settings
menu. Ensure that the colors of the test
pattern are correct.
F8
CRT/LCD
Fn
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Problem (continued)
Partial, scrolling, or
incorrectly displayed image
Possible Solution (continued)
1 Press the Auto Adjust button on the
remote control.
2 If you are using a Dell portable
computer, set the resolution of the
computer to SVGA (800 x 600):
a Right-click the unused portion of your
Microsoft® Windows® desktop, click
Properties, and then select Settings
tab.
b Verify that the setting is 800 x 600
pixels for the external monitor port.
c Press
(Fn+F8).
If you experience difficulty in changing
resolutions, or if your monitor freezes,
restart all the equipment and the projector.
If you are not using a Dell portable
computer, see your documentation. If
images are not displayed properly, please
upgrade the video driver of your computer.
For a Dell computer, see dell.com/support.
The screen does not
display your presentation
If you are using a portable computer, press
(Fn+F8).
Image is unstable or
flickering
Adjust the tracking in the OSD Display
Settings of the Advanced Settings menu (in
PC Mode only).
Image has vertical
flickering bar
Adjust the frequency in the OSD Display
Settings of the Advanced Settings menu (in
PC Mode only).
Image color is incorrect
• If the display receives the wrong signal
output from the graphics card, please set
the signal type to RGB in the OSD Image
Settings of the Advanced Settings tab.
• Use Test Pattern in the Projector
Settings of the Advanced Settings
menu. Ensure that the colors of the test
pattern are correct.
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Problem (continued)
Image is out of focus
Possible Solution (continued)
1 Adjust the focus ring on the projector
lens.
2 Ensure that the projection screen is
within the required distance from the
projector (3.94 ft [1.2 m] ~ 32.81 ft [10
m]).
The image is stretched
when displaying a 16:9
DVD
The projector automatically detects the
input signal format. It will maintain the
aspect ratio of the projected image
according to input signal format with an
Original setting.
If the image is still stretched, adjust the
aspect ratio in the Display Settings of the
Advanced Settings menu in the OSD.
Image is reversed
Select Projector Settings of the Advanced
Settings from the OSD and adjust the
projector mode.
Lamp is burned out or
makes a popping sound
When the lamp reaches its end of life, it
may burn out and may make a loud
popping sound. If this occurs, the projector
does not turn back on. To replace the lamp,
see "Changing the Lamp" on page 43.
LAMP light is solid amber
If the LAMP light is solid amber, replace the
lamp.
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Problem (continued)
Possible Solution (continued)
LAMP light is blinking
amber
If the LAMP light is blinking amber, the lamp
module connection may be disrupted.
Please check the lamp module and ensure
that it is properly installed.
If the LAMP lights and the Power light are
blinking amber, the lamp driver has failed
and the projector will automatically shut
down.
If the LAMP and TEMP lights are blinking
amber and the Power light is solid blue, the
color wheel has failed and the projector will
automatically shut down.
To clear the protection mode, press and
hold the POWER button for 10 seconds.
TEMP light is solid amber
The projector has overheated. The display
automatically shuts down. Turn the display
on again after the projector cools down. If
the problem persists, contact Dell.
TEMP light is blinking
amber
If the projector fan fails, the projector will
automatically shut down. Try to clear the
projector mode by pressing and holding the
Power button for 10 seconds. Please wait
for about 5 minutes and try to power up
again. If the problem persists, contact Dell.
The remote control is not
operating smoothly or
works only within a limited
range
The battery may be low. If so, replace with
two new AAA batteries.
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Guiding Signals
Indicator
Projector
Status
Description
Power
Standby
mode
Projector in Standby mode. Ready to
power on.
Warming up
mode
Lamp on
TEMP
(Amber)
LAMP
(Amber)
White
Flashing
OFF
OFF
Projector takes some time to warm
up and power on.
White
OFF
OFF
Projector in Normal mode, ready to
display an image.
Note: The OSD menu is not
accessed.
White
OFF
OFF
Cooling
mode
Projector is cooling to shutdown.
White
OFF
OFF
Projector
overheated
Air vents might be blocked or
ambient temperature may be above
35 °C. The projector automatically
shuts down. Ensure that the air vents
are not blocked and that the ambient
temperature is within operational
range. If the problem persists,
contact Dell.
OFF
AMBER
OFF
The lamp driver is overheated. The air
vents may be blocked. The projector
automatically shuts down. Turn the
display on again after the projector
cools down. If the problem persists,
contact Dell.
AMBER
AMBER
OFF
Fan
breakdown
One of the fans has failed. The
projector automatically shuts down.
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
OFF
AMBER
Flashing
OFF
Lamp driver
breakdown
The lamp driver has failed. The
projector automatically shuts down.
Unplug the power cord after three
minutes and then turn the display on
again. If this problem persists,
contact Dell.
AMBER
Flashing
OFF
AMBER
Flashing
Color wheel cannot start. The
projector has failed and the projector
automatically shuts down. Unplug
the power cord after three minutes
and then turn on the projector. If this
problem persists, contact Dell.
White
AMBER
Flashing
AMBER
Flashing
Lamp failure
Lamp is defective. Replace the lamp.
OFF
OFF
AMBER
Fault - DC
supply (+12V)
Power supply has been interrupted.
The projector automatically shuts
down. Unplug the power cord after
three minutes and then turn on the
projector. If this problem persists,
contact Dell.
AMBER
Flashing
AMBER
AMBER
Lamp module connection may be
disrupted. Check the lamp module
and ensure that it is properly
installed. If the problem persists,
contact Dell.
OFF
OFF
AMBER
Flashing
Lamp driver
overheated
Color Wheel
breakdown
Lamp module
connection
failed
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Changing the Lamp
CAUTION: Before you begin any of the procedures in this section,
follow the Safety Instructions as described on page 5.
Replace the lamp when the message "Lamp is approaching the end of its
useful life in the operation. Replacement suggested!
www.dell.com/lamps" appears on the screen. If this problem persists after
replacing the lamp, contact Dell. For more information, see "Contacting
Dell" on page 50.
CAUTION: Use an original lamp to ensure safe and optimal
working condition of your projector.
CAUTION: The lamp becomes very hot when in use. Do not
attempt to replace the lamp until the projector has been allowed to
cool down for at least 30 minutes.
CAUTION: Do not touch the bulb or the lamp glass at any time.
Projector lamps are very fragile and may shatter if touched. The
shattered glass pieces are sharp and can cause injury.
CAUTION: If the lamp shatters, remove all broken pieces from the
projector and dispose or recycle according to state, local, or federal
law. For more information see www.dell.com/hg.
1 Turn off the projector and disconnect the power cord.
2 Let the projector cool for at least 30 minutes.
3 Loosen the one screw that secure
the lamp cover, and remove the
cover.
4 Loosen the two screws that secure
the lamp.
5 Pull the lamp up by its metal
handle.
NOTE: Dell may require lamps
replaced under warranty to be
returned to Dell. Otherwise,
contact your local waste
disposal agency for the address
of the nearest deposit site.
6 Replace with the new lamp.
7 Tighten the two screws that secure
the lamp.
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8 Replace the lamp cover and tighten the one screw.
9 Reset the lamp usage time by selecting "Yes" for Lamp Reset in the OSD
Power Settings of the Advanced Settings menu (see Power Settings of
the Advanced Setting menu on page 36). When a new lamp module has
been changed, the projector will automatically detect and reset the
lamp hours.
CAUTION: Lamp Disposal (for the US only)
LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN MERCURY AND MUST
BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE,
OR FEDERAL LAWS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO
WWW.DELL.COM/HG OR CONTACT THE ELECTRONIC INDUSTRIES
ALLIANCE AT WWW.EIAE.ORG. FOR LAMP-SPECIFIC DISPOSAL
INFORMATION, CHECK WWW.LAMPRECYCLE.ORG.
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5
Specifications
Light Valve
0.55" SVGA S450 DMD, DarkChip3™
Brightness
2700 ANSI Lumens (Max.)
Contrast Ratio
2200:1 Typical (Full On/Full Off)
Uniformity
85% Typical (Japan Standard - JBMA)
Number of Pixels
800 x 600 (SVGA)
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Displayable Color
1.07 billion colors
Color Wheel Speed
2X
1X for 3D Display
Projection Lens
F-Stop: F/2.41~2.55
Focal length, f=21.8~24 mm
1.1X manual Zoom Lens
Throw ratio =1.95~2.15 wide and tele
Offset ratio: 115 ± 5%
Projection Screen Size
27.5 ~ 252.4 inches (diagonal)
Projection Distance
3.94 ~ 32.81 ft (1.2 ~ 10 m)
Video Compatibility
Composite Video: NTSC (M, 3.58, 4.43), PAL (B,
D, G, H, I, M, N, 4.43), SECAM (B, D, G, K, K1, L,
4.25, 4.4)
Component Video input via VGA: 1080i (50/60
Hz), 720p (50/60 Hz), 576i/p, 480i/p
HDMI input: 1080p, 720p, 576i/p, 480i/p
Power Supply
Universal AC 100-240 V 50-60 Hz with PFC
input
Power Consumption
Normal mode: 230 W ± 10% @ 110 Vac
Eco mode: 195 W ± 10% @ 110 Vac
Standby mode: < 0.5 W
Audio
1 speaker x 2 watt RMS
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Noise Level
Normal mode: 34 dB(A) Typical
Weight
5.4 lbs (2.4 kg)
Eco mode: 31 dB(A) Typical
Dimensions (W x H x D) 12.38 x 3.45 x 8.8 inches (314.4 x 87.6 x 223.5 mm)
12.3
8"(
314
.4 m
m)
8.
8"
(2
23
.5
m
m
)
3.45"(87.6 mm)
Environmental
Operating temperature: 5 °C - 40 °C (41 °F- 104 °F)
Humidity: 80% maximum
Storage temperature: 0 °C to 60 °C
(32 °F to 140 °F)
Humidity: 90% maximum
Shipping temperature: -20 °C to 60 °C
(-4 °F to 140 °F)
Humidity: 90% maximum
I/O Connectors
Power: One AC power socket (3-pin - C14 inlet)
VGA input: One 15-pin D-sub connector (Blue),
VGA In, for analog RGB/Component input signal.
VGA output: One 15-pin D-sub connector
(Black) for VGA In loop through.
HDMI input: One HDMI connector for support
minimum HDMI 1.4a specification HDCP
compliant.
Composite Video input: One Yellow RCA jack for
CVBS signal.
Analog Audio input: One 3.5 mm stereo mini
phone jack (Blue).
Variable Audio output: One 3.5 mm stereo mini
phone jack (Green).
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Specifications
USB (type B) port: One mini USB slave for remote
support and firmware upgrade.
Lamp
OSRAM 190 W user-replaceable lamp (up to
6000 hours in eco mode, up to 5000 hours in
normal mode)
NOTE: The lamp life rating for any projector is a measure of
brightness degradation only, and is not a specification for the time it
takes a lamp to fail and cease light output. Lamp life is defined as the
time it takes for more than 50 percent of a lamp sample population
to have brightness decrease by approximately 50 percent of the
rated lumens for the specified lamp. The lamp life rating is not
guaranteed in any way. The actual operating life span of a projector
lamp will vary according to operating conditions and usage patterns.
Usage of a projector in stressful conditions which may include dusty
environments, under high temperatures, many hours per day, and
abrupt powering-off will most likely result in a lamp’s shortened
operating life span or possible lamp failure.
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Compatibility Modes (Analog/Digital)
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Resolution
Refresh Rate
(Hz)
Hsync Frequency
(KHz)
Pixel Clock (MHz)
640 x 350
640 x 480
640 x 480 p60
720 x 480 p60
720 x 576 p50
720 x 400
640 x 480
848 x 480
640 x 480
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1280 x 720 p50
1280 x 720 p60
1920 x 1080 i50
1920 x 1080 i60
1280 x 720
1024 x 768
1280 x 800
1366 x 768
1360 x 768
1024 x 768
1440 x 900
1152 x 864
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1152 x 864
1400 x 1050
1280 x 800
1280 x 1024
1440 x 900
1680 x 1050
1280 x 960
1920 x 1080
1400 x 1050
1280 x 1024
1440 x 900
70.087
59.940
59.940
59.940
50.000
70.087
75.000
60.000
85.008
60.317
75.000
85.061
60.004
50.000
60.000
50.000
60.000
59.855
75.029
59.810
59.790
60.015
84.997
59.887
75.000
60.000
60.020
85.000
59.978
84.880
75.025
74.984
59.954
85.002
60.000
74.867
85.024
84.842
31.469
31.469
31.469
31.469
31.250
31.469
37.500
31.020
43.269
37.879
46.875
53.674
48.363
37.500
45.000
28.125
33.750
44.772
60.023
49.702
47.712
47.712
68.677
55.935
67.500
60.000
63.981
77.095
65.317
71.554
79.976
70.635
65.290
85.938
67.500
82.278
91.146
80.430
25.175
25.175
25.175
27.000
27.000
28.322
31.500
33.750
36.000
40.000
49.500
56.250
65.000
74.250
74.250
74.250
74.250
74.500
78.750
83.500
85.500
85.500
94.500
106.500
108.000
108.000
108.000
119.651
121.750
122.500
135.000
136.750
146.250
148.500
148.500
156.000
157.000
157.000
Specifications
1600 x 1200
800 x 600
1024 x 768
60.000
119.972
119.989
75.000
76.302
97.551
162.000
73.250
115.500
NOTE: The refresh rate of the timings at 120 Hz (gray area) can
supported in 3D mode.
Specifications
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Contacting Dell
For customers in the United States, call 800-WWW-DELL (800-999-3355).
NOTE: If you do not have an active Internet connection, you can find
contact information on your purchase invoice, packing slip, bill, or
Dell product catalog.
Dell™ provides several online and telephone-based support and service
options. Availability varies by country and product, and some services may
not be available in your area. To contact Dell for sales, technical support, or
customer service issues:
1 Visit go to www.dell.com/contactDell.
2 Select your region on the interactive map.
3 Select a Segment for Contact.
4 Select the appropriate service or support link based on your
need.
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7
Appendix: Glossary
ANSI Lumens — A standard for measuring the brightness. It is calculated by
dividing a square meter image into nine equal rectangles, measuring the
lux (or brightness) reading at the center of each rectangle, and averaging
these nine points.
Aspect Ratio — The most popular aspect ratio is 4:3 (4 by 3). Early
television and computer video formats are in a 4:3 aspect ratio, which
means that the width of the image is 4/3 times the height.
Brightness — The amount of light emitted from a display or projection
display or projection device. The brightness of projector is measured by
ANSI lumens.
Color Temperature — The color appearance of white light. Low color
temperature implies warmer (more yellow/red) light while high color
temperature implies a colder (more blue) light. The standard unit for color
temperature is Kelvin (K).
Compressed Resolution — If the input images are of higher resolution
than the native resolution of the projector, the resulting image will be
scaled to fit the native resolution of the projector. The nature of
compression in a digital device means that some image content is lost.
Contrast Ratio — Range of light and dark values in a picture, or the ratio
between their maximum and minimum values. There are two methods
used by the projection industry to measure the ratio:
1 Full On/Off — measures the ratio of the light output of an all white image
(full on) and the light output of an all black (full off) image.
2 ANSI — measures a pattern of 16 alternating black and white rectangles.
The average light output from the white rectangles is divided by the
average light output of the black rectangles to determine the ANSI contrast
ratio.
Full On/Off contrast is always a larger number than ANSI contrast for the
same projector.
dB — decibel — A unit used to express relative difference in power or
intensity, usually between two acoustic or electric signals, equal to ten
times the common logarithm of the ratio of the two levels.
Diagonal Screen — A method of measuring the size of a screen or a
projected image. It measures from one corner to the opposite corner. A 9
Glossary
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FT high, 12 FT wide, screen has a diagonal of 15 FT. This document
assumes that the diagonal dimensions are for the traditional 4:3 ratio of a
computer image as per the example above.
DLP® — Digital Light Processing™ — Reflective display technology
developed by Texas Instruments, using small manipulated mirrors. Light
passing through a color filter is sent to the DLP mirrors which arrange the
RGB colors into a picture projected onto screen, also known as DMD.
DMD — Digital Micro-Mirror Device — Each DMD consists of thousands of
tilting, microscopic aluminum alloy mirrors mounted on a hidden yoke.
Focal Length — The distance from the surface of a lens to its focal point.
Frequency — It is the rate of repetition in cycles per seconds of electrical
signals. Measured in Hz (Hertz).
HDCP — High-Bandwidth Digital-Content Protection — A specification
developed by Intel™ Corporation to protect digital entertainment across
digital interface, such as DVI, HDMI.
HDMI — High-Definition Multimedia Interface — HDMI carries both
uncompressed high definition video along with digital audio and device
control data in a single connector.
Hz (Hertz) — Unit of frequency.
Keystone Correction — Device that will correct an image of the distortion
(usually a wide-top narrow-bottom effect) of a projected image caused by
improper projector to screen angle.
Maximum Distance — The distance from a screen the projector can be to
cast an image that is usable (bright enough) in a fully darkened room.
Maximum Image Size — The largest image a projector can throw in a
darkened room. This is usually limited by focal range of the optics.
Minimum Distance — The closest position that a projector can focus an
image onto a screen.
NTSC — National Television Standards Committee. North American
standard for video and broadcasting, with a video format of 525 lines at 30
frames per second.
PAL — Phase Alternating Line. A European broadcast standard for video
and broadcasting, with a video format of 625 lines at 25 frames per second.
Reverse Image — Feature that allows you to flip the image horizontally.
When used in a normal forward projection environment text, graphics, etc.
are backwards. Reverse image is used for rear projection.
RGB — Red, Green, Blue — typically used to describe a monitor that
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Glossary
requires separate signals for each of the three colors.
S-Video — A video transmission standard that uses a 4-pin mini-DIN
connector to send video information on two signal wires called luminance
(brightness, Y) and chrominance (color, C). S-Video is also referred to as
Y/C.
SECAM — A French and international broadcast standard for video and
broadcasting, closely related to PAL but with a different method of sending
color information.
SVGA — Super Video Graphics Array — 800 x 600 pixels count.
SXGA — Super Extended Graphics Array, — 1280 x 1024 pixels count.
UXGA — Ultra Extended Graphics Array — 1600 x 1200 pixels count.
VGA — Video Graphics Array — 640 x 480 pixels count.
XGA — Extended Video Graphics Array — 1024 x 768 pixels count.
WXGA — Wide Extended Graphics Array — 1280 x 800 pixels count.
Zoom Lens — Lens with a variable focal length that allows the operator to
move the view in or out making the image smaller or larger.
Zoom Lens Ratio — Is the ratio between the smallest and largest image a
lens can project from a fixed distance. For example, a 1.4:1 zoom lens ratio
means that a 10 foot image without zoom would be a 14 foot image with
full zoom.
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Index
A
7
HDMI connector 7
Mini USB (mini type B)
connector for remote mouse
and firmware upgrade 7
Power cord connector 7
VGA input (D-sub) connector
7
VGA output (monitor loop
through) connector 7
Adjusting the Projected Image
13
Adjusting the Projector
Height 13
lower the projector
Front tilt adjustment
wheel 13
Tilt adjustment wheel
13
Adjusting the Projector Zoom
and Focus 14
Focus ring 14
Zoom tab 14
Contact Dell 41, 43
D
Dell
contacting 50, 51
C
Changing the Lamp 43
Connecting the Projector
Composite Video cable 11
Connecting with an HDMI
Cable 10
HDMI cable 10
Power cord 8, 9, 10, 11
To Computer 8
USB-A to Mini USB-B cable 8
VGA to VGA cable 8, 9
Connection Ports
Audio input connector 7
Audio output connector 7
Composite Video connector
54
Index
M
Main Unit 5
Focus ring 5
IR receivers 5
Lamp cover 5
Lens 5
Power button 5
Speaker 5
Status indicators 5
Tilt adjustment wheel 5
Zoom tab 5
O
On-Screen Display 23
ADVANCED SETTINGS 25
AUTO ADJUST 24
BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST 24
HELP 37
INPUT SOURCE 23
LANGUAGE 37
Main Menu 23
VIDEO MODE 25
VOLUME 25
P
phone numbers 50
Powering On/Off the Projector
Powering Off the Projector 12
Powering On the Projector 12
Noise Level 46
Number of Pixels 45
Power Consumption 45
Power Supply 45
Projection Distance 45
Projection Lens 45
Projection Screen Size 45
Uniformity 45
Video Compatibility 45
Weight 46
support
contacting Dell 50, 51
T
telephone numbers 50
Troubleshooting 38
Contact Dell 38
R
Remote Control 18
S
Specifications
Aspect Ratio 45
Audio 45
Brightness 45
Contrast Ratio 45
Dimensions 46
Displayable Color 45
Environmental 46
I/O Connectors 46
Light Valve 45
Index
55