Panasonic PT-DS8500U Operating Instructions

Operating Instructions
Functional Manual
DLP™ Based Projector  
Model No.
Commercial Use
PT-DZ8700U
PT-DS8500U
PT-DW8300U
The projection lens is sold separately.
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic Projector.
JJ Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual
for future use.
JJBefore using your projector, be sure to read “Precautions with regard to safety”
(Æ pages 8 to 16).
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Important
Safety
Important Safety
Notice Notice
Important
Information
Dear Panasonic Customer:
The following information should be read and understood as it provides details, which will enable you to operate
the projector in a manner which is both safe to you and your environment, and conforms to legal requirements
regarding the use of projectors. Before connecting, operating or adjusting this projector, please read these
instructions completely and save this booklet with the projector for future reference. We hope it will help you to
get the most out of your new product, and that you will be pleased with your Panasonic DLP™ Based projector.
The serial number of your product may be found on its bottom. You should note it in the space provided below
and retain this booklet in case service is required.
Model number: PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U/PT-DW8300U
Serial number:
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DONOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Power Supply:
CAUTION:
This Projector is designed to operate on 120 V, 60 Hz AC, house current only.
The AC power cord which is supplied with the projector as an accessory can only be used for
power supplies up to 125 V, 7 A. If you need to use higher voltages or currents than this, you will
need to obtain a separate 250 V power cord. If you use the accessory cord in such situations, fire
may result.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the
user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the
product.
CAUTION:
This equipment is equipped with a three-pin grounding-type power
plug. Do not remove the grounding pin on the power plug. This plug
will only fit a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If
you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician.
Do not defeat the purpose of the grounding plug.
Do not remove
Pursuant to at the directive 2004/108/EC, article 9 (2)
Panasonic Testing Center
Panasonic Service Europe, a division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R. Germany
NOTICE:
•• This product has a High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamp that contains mercury. Dispose may be regulated in
your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact
your local authorities, or the Electronic Industries Alliance: http://www.eiae.org
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WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
•• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
•• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC CAUTION: To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions and use only
shielded interface cables when connecting to computer and/or peripheral devices. Any
changes or modifications not expressly approved by Panasonic Corp. of North America could
void the user’s authority to operate this device.
Important
Information
Important Safety Notice
WARNING:
•• Not for use in a computer room as defined in the Standard for the Protection of Electronic Computer/Data
Processing Equipment, ANSI/NFPA 75.
•• For permanently connected equipment, a readily accessible disconnect device shall be incorporated in the
building installation wiring.
•• For pluggable equipment, the socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number:
PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U/PT-DW8300U
Trade Name:
Panasonic
Responsible party: Panasonic Solutions Company
Address:
3 Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094
Telephone number: (877) 803 - 8492
E-mail:
projectorsupport@us.panasonic.com
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European
These symbols are only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the
correct method of disposal.
Environment care information for users in China
This symbol is only valid in China.
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Important
Information
Heightened luminance
The size is almost the same as the
former model but the luminance is
about 1.5 times higher.
JJQuick steps
For details, see the corresponding pages.
1. Set up your projector.
(Æpage 21)
Preparation
7 000 lm : PT-D7700U
(two lamps LAMP POWER : [HIGH])
10 600 lm : PT-DZ8700U
(two lamps LAMP POWER : [HIGH])
2. Attach the projection lens.
(Æpage 37)
Getting Started
Lengthened lamp
replacement cycle
The lamp replacement cycle is longer
than the existing model. (Æpage 110)
3. Connect with other devices.
(Æpage 34)
Approx. 1 500 hours : PT-D7700U
(two lamps LAMP POWER : [HIGH])
Basic Operation
Approx. 3 000 hours : PT-DZ8700U
(two lamps LAMP POWER : [HIGH])
4. Connect the power cord.
(Æpage 38)
Reduced standby power
Settings
The standby power is much less than
the existing model.
5. Start projecting.
(Æpage 39)
Approx. 12 W : PT-D7700U
Approx. 0.2 W : PT-DZ8700U
(STANDBY MODE : [ECO])
Maintenance
6. Select the input signal.
(Æpage 41)
7. Adjust the image.
(Æpage 41)
Appendix
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Be sure to read “Precautions with regard to safety”. (
Precautions with regard to safety............. 8
Projecting.................................................. 41
WARNING...............................................................8
Selecting the input signal......................................41
CAUTION.............................................................. 11
How to adjust the focus, zoom and shift...............41
Cautions when transporting.................................. 11
Adjustment range after lens position
(optical shift)...................................................42
Security.................................................................14
Cautions on use....................................................14
Cleaning and maintenance...................................15
Disposal................................................................15
Accessories...........................................................16
Moving the projection lens position to the home
position...........................................................43
Lens adjustment to compensate for uneven
screen focus...................................................43
Basic operations using the remote
control................................................... 46
Using the SHUTTER function...............................46
Preparation
About Your Projector............................... 17
Remote control......................................................17
Projector body.......................................................18
Setting projector ID number to remote control......20
Using a wired remote control................................20
On-screen display function...................................46
Switching the input signal.....................................46
STATUS function...................................................46
Automatic adjustment...........................................47
Using the FUNCTION button................................47
Displaying the internal test pattern.......................47
Changing the picture aspect ratio.........................48
Getting Started
Setting up.................................................. 21
Projection method.................................................21
Screen size and throw distance............................22
Front leg adjusters and throwing angle.................33
Connections.............................................. 34
Before connection to the projector........................34
Connecting example : AV equipment....................35
Connecting example : Computers........................36
Removing/attaching the projection lens
(optional)......................................................... 37
How to install the projection lens..........................37
How to remove the projection lens.......................37
Settings
Basic Operation
Cautions when installing.......................................12
Preparation
Direct power off function.......................................40
Getting Started
Powering off the projector.....................................40
Important Safety Notice............................. 2
Important
Information
Making adjustment and selection.........................39
Menu Navigation....................................... 49
Navigating through the menu................................49
MAIN MENU.........................................................50
SUB MENU...........................................................50
Settings
Important Information
pages 8 to 16)
PICTURE menu......................................... 52
PICTURE MODE..................................................52
CONTRAST..........................................................53
BRIGHTNESS.......................................................53
COLOR.................................................................53
TINT......................................................................53
Maintenance
Contents
COLOR TEMPERATURE.....................................54
Basic Operation
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW..................................55
SHARPNESS........................................................56
Powering ON/OFF..................................... 38
NOISE REDUCTION............................................56
Connecting the power cord...................................38
DYNAMIC IRIS.....................................................56
Powering up the projector.....................................39
SYSTEM SELECTOR...........................................57
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Appendix
GAMMA.................................................................55
Contents
Important
Information
To display pictures complying with the sRGB
standard.........................................................57
LAMP SELECT.....................................................76
LAMP RELAY........................................................76
Preparation
Getting Started
Basic Operation
POSITION menu........................................ 58
LAMP POWER......................................................77
SHIFT....................................................................58
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL....................................77
ASPECT................................................................58
STANDBY MODE.................................................81
ZOOM...................................................................59
SCHEDULE..........................................................81
CLOCK PHASE....................................................60
RS-232C...............................................................82
GEOMETRY (PT-DZ8700/PT-DS8500 only)........60
STATUS................................................................83
KEYSTONE (PT-DW8300 only)............................62
NO SIGNAL SHUT-OFF.......................................84
ADVANCED MENU.................................... 63
REMOTE2 MODE.................................................84
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY..................................63
FUNCTION BUTTON............................................84
BLANKING............................................................63
DATE AND TIME...................................................84
INPUT RESOLUTION...........................................64
LENS CALIBRATION............................................85
CLAMP POSITION...............................................64
FILTER COUNTER RESET..................................85
EDGE BLENDING................................................64
SAVE ALL USER DATA.........................................86
FRAME DELAY.....................................................66
LOAD ALL USER DATA........................................86
RASTER POSITION.............................................66
INITIALIZE............................................................86
DISPLAY LANGUAGE menu.................... 67
SERVICE PASSWORD........................................86
Changing the display language............................67
P IN P menu............................................... 87
DISPLAY OPTION menu........................... 68
Using the P IN P function......................................87
COLOR MATCHING.............................................68
Setting the P IN P function....................................87
LARGE SCREEN CORRECTION.........................69
TEST PATTERN menu.............................. 88
SCREEN SETTING
(PT-DZ8700/PT-DS8500 only).......................69
TEST PATTERN....................................................88
WAVEFORM MONITOR (PT-DZ8700 only)..........70
Settings
AUTO SIGNAL......................................................71
AUTO SETUP.......................................................71
RGB IN (Only RGB input).....................................72
DVI-D IN................................................................72
HDMI IN................................................................73
Maintenance
SDI IN (PT-DZ8700/PT-DS8500 only)..................73
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY........................................73
BACK COLOR......................................................74
STARTUP LOGO..................................................74
FREEZE................................................................74
PROJECTOR SETUP menu...................... 75
Appendix
PROJECTOR ID...................................................75
INSTALLATION.....................................................75
HIGH ALTITUDE MODE.......................................75
COOLING CONDITION........................................76
SIGNAL LIST menu................................... 89
Registering a signal to the list...............................89
Renaming a registered data.................................89
Deleting a registered data.....................................89
Managing the sub memory list..............................90
SECURITY menu....................................... 91
SECURITY PASSWORD......................................91
SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE......................91
DISPLAY SETTING..............................................92
TEXT CHANGE....................................................92
MENU LOCK.........................................................92
MENU LOCK PASSWORD...................................92
CONTROL DEVICE SETUP.................................93
NETWORK menu...................................... 94
NETWORK SETUP...............................................94
NETWORK CONTROL.........................................94
NETWORK STATUS.............................................94
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Contents
Accessing from the Web browser.........................96
Maintenance
Important
Information
Network connections............................................95
Monitor Lamp indicators........................ 107
Managing the indicated problems.......................107
Preparation
Replacement........................................... 109
Before replacing the unit.....................................109
Replacing the unit...............................................109
Troubleshooting......................................112
Getting Started
Appendix
Technical Information.............................114
PJLink protocol................................................... 114
Control commands via LAN................................ 115
Serial terminal..................................................... 117
Basic Operation
REMOTE 2 IN terminal.......................................120
Two window display combination list..................121
Restoring the MENU LOCK PASSWORD
to default......................................................121
List of compatible signals....................................122
Specifications......................................... 124
Dimensions.........................................................126
Settings
About brand........................................................126
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards....... 127
Attachment procedure........................................127
Appendix
Maintenance
Index........................................................ 128
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Precautions with regard to safety
Important
Information
WARNING
„„ POWER
The wall outlet or the circuit breaker shall be installed near the equipment and shall be
easily accessible when problems occur. If the following problems occur, cut off the power
supply immediately.
Continued use of the projector in these conditions will result in fire or electric shock.
zz If foreign objects or water get inside the projector, cut off the power supply.
zz If the projector is dropped or the cabinet is broken, cut off the power supply.
zz If you notice smoke, strange smells or noise coming from the projector, cut off the power supply.
Please contact an Authorized Service Center for repairs, and do not attempt to repair the projector yourself.
During a thunderstorm, do not touch the projector or the cable.
Electric shocks can result.
Do not do anything that might damage the power cord or the power plug.
If the power cord is used while damaged, electric shocks, short-circuits or fire will result.
zz Do not damage the power cord, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it
excessively, twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle.
Ask an Authorized Service Center to carry out any repairs to the power cord that might be necessary.
Insert the power plug securely into the wall outlet.
If the plug is not inserted correctly, electric shocks or overheating will result.
zz Do not use anything other than the provided power cord.
zz Do not use the provided power cord for other electrical equipment.
zz Do not use plugs which are damaged or wall outlets which are coming loose from the wall.
Clean the power plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust.
Failure to observe this will cause a fire.
zz If dust builds up on the power plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation.
zz If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the power plug out from the wall outlet.
Pull the power plug out from the wall outlet and wipe it with a dry cloth regularly.
Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.
Failure to observe this will result in electric shocks.
Do not overload the wall outlet.
If the power supply is overloaded (ex., by using too many adapters), overheating may occur and fire will result.
„„ ON USE/INSTALLATION
Do not place liquid containers on top of the projector.
If water spills onto the projector or gets inside it, fire or electric shocks will result.
If any water gets inside the projector, contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not place the projector on soft materials such as carpets or sponge mats.
Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause burns, fire or damage to the projector.
Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may
come into contact with oily smoke or steam, ex. a bathroom.
Using the projector under such conditions will result in fire, electric shocks or components deterioration.
Components deterioration (such as ceiling mount brackets) may cause the projector which is mounted on the
ceiling to fall down.
Do not install this projector in a place which is not strong enough to take the full weight of
the projector or on top of a surface which is sloped or unstable.
Failure to observe this will cause projector to fall down or tip over the projector, and severe injury or damage
could result.
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Precautions with regard to safety
Failure to observe this will cause the projector to become unbalanced and fall, which could result in damage or
injury. The projector will be damaged or deformed.
Installation work (such as ceiling suspension) should only be carried out by a qualified
technician.
If installation is not carried out and secured correctly it can cause injury or accidents, such as electric shocks.
zz Do not use anything other than an authorized ceiling mount bracket.
zz Be sure to use the provided accessory wire with an eye bolt as an extra safety measure to prevent the
projector from falling down. (Install in a different location to the ceiling mount bracket)
Important
Information
Do not place another projector or other heavy objects on top of the projector.
Do not cover the air inlet port or the air outlet port.
Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause fire or damage to the projector.
zz Do not place the projector in narrow, badly ventilated places such as closets or bookshelves.
zz Do not place the projector on cloth or papers, as these materials could be drawn into the air inlet port.
Do not place your hands or other objects close to the air outlet port.
Doing so will cause burns or damage your hands or other objects.
zz Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not place your hands or face, or objects which cannot withstand
heat close to this port.
Do not look and place your skin into the lights emitted from the lens while the projector is
being used.
Doing so can cause burns or loss of sight.
zz Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. Do not look or place your hands directly into this light.
zz Be especially careful not to let young children look into the lens. In addition, turn off the power and disconnect
the power plug when you are away from the projector.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the projector.
Doing so will cause fire or electric shocks.
zz Do not insert any metal objects or flammable objects into the projector or drop them onto the projector.
Never attempt to remodel or disassemble the projector.
High voltages can cause fire or electric shocks.
zz For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not project an image with the lens cover attached.
Doing so can cause fire.
When replacing the lamp, do not touch the fan with your finger or another part of your
body.
If you do so, you may get hurt.
„„ ACCESSORIES
Do not use or handle the batteries improperly, and refer to the following.
Failure to observe this will cause burns, batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.
zz Do not use unspecified batteries.
zz Use manganese batteries but not rechargeable batteries.
zz Do not disassemble dry cell batteries.
zz Do not heat the batteries or place them into water or fire.
zz Do not allow the + and - terminals of the batteries to come into contact with metallic objects such as
necklaces or hairpins.
z
z Do not store batteries together with metallic objects.
zz Store the batteries in a plastic bag and keep them away from metallic objects.
zz Make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct when inserting the batteries.
zz Do not use a new battery together with an old battery or mix different types of batteries.
zz Do not use batteries with the outer cover peeling away or removed.
zz Remove the empty batteries from the remote control at once.
zz Insulate the battery using tape or something similar before disposal.
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Precautions with regard to safety
Do not allow children to reach the AA/R6 batteries.
Important
Information
zz The battery can cause personal injury if swallowed.
zz If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately.
If the battery fluid leaks, do not touch it with bare hands, and take the following measures if
necessary.
zz Battery fluid on your skin or clothing could result in skin inflammation or injury.
Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately.
zz Battery fluid coming in contact with your eyes could result in loss of sight.
In this case, do not rub your eyes. Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately.
Do not disassemble the lamp unit.
If the lamp breaks, it could cause injury.
Lamp replacement
The lamp has high internal pressure. If improperly handled, an explosion and severe injury or accidents will result.
zz Replacement of the lamp should be carried out by a qualified technician.
zz The lamp can easily explode if struck against hard objects or dropped.
zz Before replacing the lamp, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
Electric shocks or explosions can result if this is not done.
zz When replacing the lamp, allow it to cool for at least one hour before handling it otherwise it can cause burns.
Do not allow infants or pets to touch the remote control unit.
zz Keep the remote control unit out of the reach of infants and pets after using it.
Keep the attached screws and plain washers away from babies and infants.
zz If a baby swallows a screw by accident, it may be affected badly.
zz If a baby seems to have swallowed a screw, consult the doctor immediately.
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CAUTION
„„ POWER
When disconnecting the power cord, be sure to hold the power plug and power connector.
If the power cord itself is pulled, the lead will become damaged, and fire, short-circuits or serious electric shocks
will result.
Important
Information
Precautions with regard to safety
When not using the projector for an extended period of time, disconnect the power plug
from the wall outlet and remove the batteries from the remote control.
Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet before carrying out any cleaning.
Electric shocks can result if this is not done.
„„ ON USE/INSTALLATION
Do not put your weight on this projector.
You could fall or the projector could break, and injury will result.
zz Be especially careful not to let young children stand or sit on the projector.
Do not place the projector in extremely hot locations.
Doing so will cause the outer casing or internal components to deteriorate, or result in fire.
zz Take particular care in locations exposed to direct sunlight or near stoves.
Always disconnect all cables before moving the projector.
Moving the projector with cables still attached can damage the cables, which will cause fire or electric shocks to
occur.
Do not place your hands in the openings beside the optical lens, while shifting the lens.
Failure to observe this could cause injury.
„„ ACCESSORIES
Do not use the old lamp unit.
If used it could cause lamp explosion.
If the lamp has broken, ventilate the room immediately. Do not touch or bring your face
close to the broken pieces.
Failure to observe this will cause the user to absorb the gas which was released when the lamp broke and which
contains nearly the same amount of mercury as fluorescent lamps, and the broken pieces will cause injury.
zz If you believe that you have absorbed the gas or that the gas has got into your eyes or mouth, seek medical
advice immediately.
zz Ask your dealer about replacing the lamp unit and check the inside of the projector.
Cautions when transporting
When transporting the projector or carrying it around, make sure that the lens cover is always in place, and
remove the lens. Please take care to keep them away from vibration and impacts, both the projector and the lens
are precision-made and easily susceptible to damage.
When transporting the projector, the leg adjusters must be housed and do not hold them. Please securely hold
only its bottom and none of its other parts or surfaces as this will result in malfunctions.
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Precautions with regard to safety
Important
Information
Cautions when installing
„„ After removing the projection lens, install the dust sponge attached to the
projector.
If the dust sponge is not installed, dust will be accumulated inside and can cause a trouble.
„„ Do not use under the following conditions.
zz Do not set up the projector outdoors.
The projector is designed for indoor use only.
zz Avoid setting up in places which are subject to vibration or shocks.
If the projector is installed in a place where vibrations are transmitted or mounted in a car or a vessel,
vibrations or impacts will result in damage to the internal parts, causing failure. Install the product in a place
free from vibrations and impacts.
zz Avoid setting up in places which are subject to sudden temperature changes, such as near an air
conditioner or lighting equipment.
Failure to observe this will result in malfunctions or the lamp life will be shortened.
See “ TEMP indicator” on page 108.
zz Avoid setting up in places which are near high-voltage power lines or near motors.
The product will be exposed to interference if it is installed in the vicinity of high-voltage electrical power lines
or power sources.
zz Do not install the projector at elevations higher than 2 700 m (8 858 ft) above sea level.
If using this projector at high elevations 1 400 - 2 700 m (4 593 - 8 858 ft) above sea level, set [HIGH
ALTITUDE MODE] to [ON].
If using this projector at elevations lower than 1 400 m (4 593 ft) above sea level, set [HIGH ALTITUDE
MODE] to [OFF].
Failure to observe this will result in malfunctions or the lamp life or life of other components will be shortened.
zz When installing and using the projector at an angle that exceeds 30° vertically, set [COOLING
CONDITION].
Failure to observe this will result in malfunctions or the lamp life or other components will be shortened.
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„„ Lens Focus
Do not adjust the lens focus in the initial period after switching the projector on. The high clarity projector lens is
thermally affected by the light from the light source, making the focus unstable in the period just after switching
on. Please allow a warm-up time of at least 30 minutes before adjusting the lens focus.
„„ Be sure to ask a specialized technician when installing the product to a
ceiling.
If the product is to be installed hanging from the ceiling, purchase an optional Ceiling Mount Attachment (For high
ceilings: Model No. ET-PKD310H, For low ceilings: Model No. ET-PKD310S). Please call a specialized technician
or contact an Authorized Service Center for installation.
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„„ Cautions when setting the projectors 1
zz When installing and using the projector with a method other than floor standing installing using adjustable
feet, fix it with the 5 ceiling mounting screws (shown in the figure).
(Screw diameter: M6, Tapping depth inside set: 8 mm)
z
z Make a clearance of at least 5 mm between the projector bottom and setting surface by inserting spacers
(metallic) etc. between them.
z
z The adjustable feet can be removed if they are not necessary for installation. However, do not use the screw
holes for them to fix the projector.
Do not tighten other screws etc. into the screw holes for the adjustable feet.
Doing so can break the set.
When installing the removed adjustable feet again, note that the front and rear ones have different lengths.
(The longer screws are used for front feet. Length of front leg screw: 65 mm, Length of rear leg screw:
23 mm)
z
z When installing the projector with a method other than floor standing installing, do not adjust its angle with the
adjustable feet. Doing so can break the set.
Important
Information
Precautions with regard to safety
Ceiling mounting screws (M6)
Base
Spacers
Gap (Min. 5 mm)
Make sure air can circulate
around the air intake vent.
Failure to do so may result
in the projector not operating
properly.
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Precautions with regard to safety
„„ Cautions when setting the projectors 2
Important
Information
zz When placing the projector in confined space, a ventilation or air conditioning system must be equipped, and
keep enough ventilation space on the rear and both sides of the projector.
over 50 cm (20")
over 50 cm (20")
over 50 cm (20")
over 10 cm (4")
zz Make a clearance of at least 5 mm between the projector bottom and setting surface by inserting spacers
(metallic) etc. between them.
zz Do not stack the projectors without using frame or shelf.
zz Do not cover the ventilation openings or place anything within 50 cm (20") of them
as this may cause damage or injury.
zz Avoid heating or cooling air of the air conditioning systems directly blow on to the
projector ventilation openings.
zz You can tilt the projector within ± 15 degrees horizontally.
+15°
-15°
Security
„„ Take safety measures against following incidents.
zz Personal information being leaked via this product.
zz Unauthorized operation of this product by a malicious third party.
zz Interfering or stopping of this product by a malicious third party.
„„ Security instruction
zz The connecting network must be secured by firewall or others.
zz Change your password regularly.
zz Do not use a password that is simple to guess.
zz Panasonic and its affiliate companies would never directly inquire about your password.
zz Do not share your password with the general public.
zz Set a password, and place restrictions on the users who can log in.
Cautions on use
„„ In order to get the picture quality
zz Draw curtains or blinds over windows and turn off any lights near the screen to prevent outside light or light
from indoor lamps from shining onto the screen.
zz Depending on where the projector is used, air exhaust vents or the warm air from air conditioning can cause
a shimmering effect on the screen. For this reason, take care not to shield the air exhaust vents and consider
the direction of the air flowing from air conditioning.
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Precautions with regard to safety
If the surface of the lens becomes dirty from fingerprints or anything else, this will be magnified and projected
onto the screen. Please put the lens cover on the projector when you do not use it.
„„ Do not move the projector while it is operating or subject it to vibration or
impact.
Important
Information
„„ Do not touch the surface of the projector lens with your bare hand.
The service life of its internal components will be shortened.
„„ The projector has a high pressure mercury lamp that is characterized as
follows:
zz The brightness of the lamp will decrease over time.
zz The lamp may explode or shorten the lamp life by shocks or chipping damage.
zz In rare cases, it may burst shortly after the first use.
zz The possibility of its bursting increases when the lamp is used beyond the replacement time.
zz If the lamp bursts, gas inside the lamp is released in the form of smoke.
zz The life of a mercury lamp varies according to the individual difference or conditions of use.
zz In particular, turning the power on and off frequently and/or repeatedly as well as continuous use for 22 hours
will greatly affect the life cycle. Provide a lamp for replacement in advance.
zz Lamp deterioration accelerates when used continuously for 22 hours or more. Lamp deterioration due to
continuous use can be reduced by using the “LAMP RELAY” function.
„„ Connection to external device
When connecting the projector to a computer or external device, use the power cord supplied with the
corresponding device and a commercially available shielded interface cable.
„„ Optical components
It may be necessary to replace the optical components such as DLP chips and Polarizing plates in less than 1
year if using the projector in a high temperature environment or in a very dusty, oily smoke or tobacco smoke
environment. For more details, please contact your dealer.
„„ DLP chips
The DLP chips are precision-made. Note that in rare cases, pixels of high precision could be missing or always lit,
but this is not a malfunction. Please take note that directing a laser beam onto the lens surface can damage the
DMD element.
Cleaning and maintenance
„„ Ask an Authorized Service Center to clean the inside of the projector at
least once a year.
If dust is left to build up inside the projector without being cleaned out, it can result in fire or problems with
operation. It is a good idea to clean the inside of the projector before the season when humid weather arrives.
Ask your nearest Authorized Service Center to clean the projector when required.
Please discuss with the Authorized Service Center regarding cleaning costs.
zz Be sure to remove the power plug from the wall outlet before cleaning.
zz Use soft and dry cloth to clean the cabinet.
Use a soft cloth moistened in warm water to clean away oil. Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner,
and alcohol, detergents for kitchens, or a chemical cloth. If using such solvents, the outer case will become
deformed, and the paint may peel off.
zz Do not clean the lens surface with fuzzy or dusty cloths.
If dust adheres to the lens, it will be magnified and projected on the screen. Use a soft and clean cloth to wipe
off dust.
Disposal
When discarding this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of
disposal.
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Precautions with regard to safety
Important
Information
Accessories
Make sure the following accessories are provided with your projector.
Remote control (x1)
(N2QAYB000550)
Power cord (x1)
(TXFSX01RGQZ)
Drop-prevention bracket (x2)
(TTRA0238)
Safety cables (x2)
Washers (x4)
Wire rope fixing screw (x2)
CD-ROM (x1)
(TXFQB02VKN)
AA/R6 batteries for
remote control (x2)
Lens fixing screw (x1)
(XYN4+J18FJ)
Attention
zz After unpacking the projector, discard the power cord cap and packaging material properly.
zz For lost accessories, consult your dealer.
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
zz Store small parts in an appropriate manner, and keep them away from young children.
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About Your Projector
Remote control
JJBottom view
Remote control signal emitters
Remote control wired terminal
(Æpage 20)
Installing/removing batteries
Press the tab and
lift up the cover.
Insert the batteries according to
the polarity diagram indicated
inside. (insert the
side first).
Remove the batteries in the
reverse order to setting.
JJFront view
Remote control indicator
Flashes by pressing any
buttons.
Starts the projection while in the
standby mode.
These buttons select the RGB1,
RGB2, DVI-D, VIDEO, S-VIDEO
and SDI terminals. (Æpage 46)
<MENU> button
Displays and clears the main menu, and
returns to the previous menu when the
menu is displayed.
Navigation and <ENTER> buttons
Navigate through the menu items with
▲▼◄►, and activate them with the
<ENTER> button. (Æpage 49)
Displays and clears the on
screen indications.
(Æpage 46)
Displays the test pattern.
(Æpage 47)
Enter ID number of the remote
control and adjustment values of
menu items.
Displays projector information.
Makes the remote control available
to control any ID projectors.
(Æpage 20)
Returns to the standby mode.
Pressing this button while projecting
an image automatically corrects the
picture positioning on the screen.
While the auto setup feature is active,
a message “PROGRESS” appears on
the screen. (Æpage 47)
Pressing this button toggles the
projector’s internal mechanical shutter
to black out the projector.
(Æpage 46)
Switches the image aspect ratio.
(Æpage 48)
These buttons are used together with
▲▼◄► to adjust focus, zoom and
shift by the projection lens.
(Æpages 39, 41)
Assign the frequently use functions
from options for shortcut.
(Æpage 47)
Restores the default factory setting.
(Æpage 49)
Specifies the ID of the remote control.
(Æpage 20)
Attention
zz Do not drop the remote control.
zz Avoid contact with liquids or moisture.
zz Do not attempt to modify or disassemble the remote control.
zz Do not let strong light shine onto the signal receptor. The remote control may malfunction under strong light such as
fluorescent.
Note
zz The remote control can be used within a distance of about 30 m if pointed directly at the remote control receiver. The
remote control can control at angles of up to ± 15 °C vertically and ± 30 °C horizontally, but the effective control range may
be reduced.
zz If there are any obstacles between the remote control and the remote control signal receptor, the remote control may not
operate correctly.
The signal will be reflected off the screen. The operating range may differ due to the screen material.
zz When the projector receives a signal from the remote control, the Power indicator will flash.
ENGLISH - 17
Preparation
JJTop view
About Your Projector
Projector body
JJSide views
JJFront view
Power indicator (STANDBY(R) / ON(G))
Indicates the power supply status.
Lamp1 indicator (LAMP1)
Indicates the lamp1 unit status. (Æpage 107)
Security lock
CONTROL
PANEL
Terminals on side
Air intake port
Preparation
Lamp2 indicator (LAMP2)
Indicates the lamp2 unit status. (Æpage 107)
Temperature indicator (TEMP)
Indicates the temperature status. (Æpage 108)
Filter indicator (FILTER)
Indicates the filter status. (Æpage 108)
AC IN terminal
Connect the power cord to supply
electronic power to the projector.
<MAIN POWER> switch
Switch the projector on/off.
Remote control
signal receptor
Front leg adjusters
Screw up/down to adjust
the projection angle.
Air intake port
JJRear view
Auto Cleaning Air intake port
Filter (ACF)
compartment
(Æpage 109)
JJBottom view
Burglar hook port Û Air intake port
Air exhaust port
Lamp unit compartment
(Æpage 110)
Remote control
signal receptor
Air exhaust port
Û:  Attach a commercial burglar prevention cable.
Attention
Keep your hands and other objects away from the air outlet port.
zz Keep your hand and face away.
zz Keep heat-sensitive articles away.
zz Inserting your finger may result in injury.
Heated air from the air outlet port can cause burns or deformations.
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About Your Projector
JJCONTROL PANEL
<POWER ON> button
Starts the projection while in the
standby mode.
VIDEO
Switches to VIDEO input.
S-VIDEO
Switches to S-VIDEO input.
RGB1
Switches to RGB1 input.
RGB2
Switches to RGB2 input.
DVI-D/HDMI
Switches to DVI-D or HDMI input.
SDI
Switches to SDI input.
(PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only)
<MENU> button
Displays and clears the main menu, and returns to the previous
menu when the menu is displayed.
If you hold it down for at least 3 seconds while the on-screen
indication is [OFF], the [OFF] state is canceled. (Æpage 49)
<LENS> button
This button is used together with ▲▼◄► to
adjust focus, zoom and shift by the projection
lens.
<ENTER> button
Press to activate a menu selection or to initiate a
function.
<SHUTTER> button
Pressing this button toggles the projector’s
internal mechanical shutter to black out the
projector. (Æpage 46)
▲▼◄► button
Use these buttons to select menu items,
change settings, adjust levels, and to enter the
[SECURITY] password.
<AUTO SETUP> button
Pressing this button while projecting an image
automatically corrects the picture positioning on
the screen. While the auto setup feature is active,
a message “PROGRESS” appears on the screen.
(Æpage 47)
JJTerminals on side
REMOTE 2 IN
Connect a cable from an
external control circuit.
REMOTE 1 IN/OUT
When two or more main
units are used in the system,
they can be connected and
controlled with wired remote
control cable.
SDI IN
Connect an SDI signals.
(PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U
only)
HDMI IN
Connect a HDMI signals.
SERIAL IN/OUT
Connect an RS-232C cable from/to a computer.
DVI-D IN
Connect a single link DVI-D
signals.
LAN
Connect a LAN cable for network
connection.
RGB2 IN
Connect an RGB or YPBPR signals.
VIDEO IN
Connect a VIDEO signals.
S-VIDEO IN
Connect an S-VIDEO signals.
RGB (YPBPR)1 IN
Connect an RGB or YPBPR signals.
Attention
zz Do not touch the LAN terminal with your bare hands or body, as body parts may have charged static electricity. Failure to
do so may cause malfunctions.
Do not touch the metallic parts of LAN terminal and cable.
zz Please connect the LAN to indoor devices only.
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Preparation
<STANDBY> button
Returns to the standby mode.
About Your Projector
Setting projector ID number
to remote control
Each projector can be assigned a unique ID number,
and the handheld remote’ s number must be set to
match the intended projector.
The ID number of the projector is set to “ALL” on
shipping, and use the ID ALL button of the remote
control when using only a single projector.
Preparation
1111 Press <ID SET> button, and the
projector (s) will display it’s current ID
number onscreen. Within 5 seconds,
use the numeric keys (0-9) to match
the Remote’s ID number with that of
the desired projector.
Using a wired remote control
When multiple projectors are connected as part of the
system, connect to units with a M3 stereo mini jack
commercial cable to simultaneously control multiple
main units with a single remote control through the
REMOTE 1 IN/OUT terminal. It is effective to use the
wired remote control in the environment in which an
obstacle stands in the light path or where devices are
susceptible to outside light.
Connect to the remote
control wired terminal
Remote Control
M3 stereo mini jack cable
(commercial)
Attention
zz Do not press <ID SET> button accidentally or carelessly
because the ID number on the remote control can be set
even when no projector is around.
zz If you do not enter the 2 digits ID number within 5
seconds after <ID SET> button has been pressed, the ID
will remain at the number that was set before <ID SET>
button was pressed.
zz Your specified ID number is stored in the remote control
unit unless another one is specified later. However, the
stored ID will be erased if the batteries of the remote
control are left exhausted. When the batteries are
replaced, set the same ID number again.
zz The ID number can be set to “ALL” or from “1” to “64”.
Connect to the
secondary projector
Connection terminals
Note
zz Refer to “PROJECTOR ID” of “PROJECTOR SETUP
menu” (Æpage 75).
Attention
zz Use 2 core shielded cable of length of 15 m or less. If the
length of the cable exceeds 15 m (49' 2"), the shielding
of the cable may not be sufficient and the remote control
may not work.
20 - ENGLISH
Setting up
Projection method
You can use the projector with any of the following 4 projection methods. To set the desired method in the
projector.
JJMounting on the ceiling and
projecting from front
JJSetting on a desk/floor and
projecting from rear
Menu Û
Method
Menu Û
Method
INSTALLATION
FRONT/CEILING
INSTALLATION
REAR/FLOOR
COOLING
CONDITION
CEILING SETTING
COOLING
CONDITION
FLOOR SETTING
JJMounting on the ceiling and
projecting from rear
JJSetting on a desk/floor and
projecting from front
(Using translucent screen)
Menu Û
Method
Menu Û
Method
INSTALLATION
REAR/CEILING
INSTALLATION
FRONT/FLOOR
COOLING
CONDITION
CEILING SETTING
COOLING
CONDITION
FLOOR SETTING
½½½ Refer to “INSTALLATION” of “PROJECTOR SETUP menu” and “COOLING CONDITION” (Æpages 75, 76) for
details.
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Getting Started
(Using translucent screen)
Setting up
Screen size and throw distance
When planning the projector and screen geometry, refer to the figures below and the information on the following
pages for reference. After the projector is roughly positioned, picture size and vertical picture positioning can be
finely adjusted with the powered zoom lens and lens shifting mechanism.
Projected image
SH
Screen
L (LW/LT)
H
SH
SD
SW
Getting Started
SW
L (LW/LT)
Screen
L (LW/LT) Û
Projection distance (m)
SH
Height of the projection area (m)
SW
Width of the projection area (m)
H
SD
Vertical distance between the lens center level and the
bottom edge of the projected image. (m)
Diagonal length of the projection area (")
½½½ LW : Minimum distance
LT : Maximum distance
Attention
zz Before installing, please read “Precautions with regard to safety” (Æ pages 8 to 16)
zz Special care should be used when DLP projectors are used in the same room as high power laser equipment.
Direct or indirect hitting of a laser beam on to the lens can severely damage the Digital Mirror Devices ™ in which case
there is a loss of warranty.
22 - ENGLISH
Setting up
JJProjected range using geometric adjustment
(PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only)
VERTICAL KEYSTONE (Side View)
HORIZONTAL KEYSTONE (Top View)
Screen
Screen
HORIZONTAL ARC (Top View)
L2
L2
L2 : Projection distance
R2 : Radius of the circle
L2 : Projection distance
R2 : Radius of the circle
Screen
Screen
R2
R2
L3
L3
Center of
the circle
Center of
the circle
Screen
Screen
L3 : Projection distance
R3 : Radius of the circle
R3
Keystone correction only
Lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE5
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE8
ET-D75LE10
ET-D75LE20
ET-D75LE30
L3 : Projection distance
R3 : Radius of the circle
R3
When using arc and keystone correction together
Arc correction only
Vertical
Keystone
Correction
Angle α (°)
Horizontal
Keystone
Correction
Angle β (°)
Vertical
Keystone
Correction
Angle α (°)
Horizontal
Keystone
Correction
Angle β (°)
R2/L2
minimum
value
R3/L3
minimum
value
R2/L2
minimum
value
R3/L3
minimum
value
±40
±40
±40
±40
±22
±28
±40
±40
±40
±40
±15
±15
±15
±15
±15
±10
±15
±15
±15
±15
±5
±5
  ±10
  ±10
±5
±5
  ±10
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
  ±10
  ±15
±5
±5
  ±15
±5
±5
±5
1.6
1.2
0.8
0.6
3.0
2.4
0.4
1.6
1.6
1.2
3.2
2.4
1.6
1.0
6.0
4.8
0.8
3.2
3.2
2.4
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.3
1.5
1.2
0.2
0.8
0.8
0.6
1.6
1.2
0.8
0.5
3.0
2.4
0.4
1.6
1.6
1.2
Note
zz When using geometric adjustment, if the amount of compensation is too great, excessive blurring may result.
zz The curved screens illustrated are simply sections of a full circle.
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Getting Started
VERTICAL ARC (Side View)
Setting up
JJProjection distance by projection lens (for PT-DZ8700U)
QQ For the screen aspect ratio of 16 : 10 (Unit : m)
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
Throw ratio Û
1.4–1.8 : 1
1.8–2.8 : 1
2.8–4.6 : 1
4.6–7.4 : 1
7.3–13.8 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
70
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
0.942
1.508
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
2.01
2.69
2.72
4.10
4.11
6.90
6.91
11.06
10.78
20.56
80
1.077
1.723
2.31
3.09
3.12
4.70
4.71
7.90
7.91
12.66
12.37
23.55
90
1.212
1.939
2.61
3.49
3.52
5.30
5.31
8.91
8.91
14.25
13.97
26.54
100
1.346
2.154
2.91
3.89
3.92
5.90
5.91
9.91
9.91
15.85
15.57
29.53
Getting Started
120
1.615
2.585
3.51
4.68
4.73
7.10
7.11
11.91
11.92
19.04
18.76
35.50
150
2.019
3.231
4.40
5.88
5.93
8.90
8.91
14.92
14.93
23.82
23.54
44.47
200
2.692
4.308
5.89
7.87
7.93
11.91
11.92
19.94
19.95
31.80
31.52
59.41
250
3.365
5.385
7.39
9.87
9.93
14.91
14.92
24.95
24.96
39.77
39.49
74.36
300
4.039
6.462
8.88
11.86
11.93
17.91
17.92
29.97
29.98
47.75
47.47
89.30
350
4.712
7.539
10.37
13.86
13.93
20.91
20.92
34.98
34.99
55.72
55.44
104.24
400
5.385
8.616
11.86
15.85
15.94
23.92
23.93
40.00
40.01
63.70
63.42
119.19
500
6.731
10.770
14.85
19.84
19.94
29.92
29.93
50.03
50.04
79.65
79.37
149.08
600
8.077
12.923
17.83
23.82
23.94
35.93
35.94
60.06
60.07
95.60
95.32
178.96
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
Throw ratio Û
0.9–1.1 : 1
1.3–1.7 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
Fixed-focus lens
ET-D75LE20
ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE5
1.7–2.4 : 1
2.4–4.7 : 1
0.7 : 1
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Fixed
70
0.942
1.508
1.35
1.62
1.90
2.46
2.46
3.58
3.56
6.94
0.99
80
1.077
1.723
1.55
1.86
2.19
2.83
2.82
4.11
4.08
7.96
1.15
90
1.212
1.939
1.76
2.10
2.47
3.20
3.19
4.64
4.61
8.98
1.30
100
1.346
2.154
1.96
2.34
2.76
3.56
3.55
5.17
5.13
9.99
1.45
120
1.615
2.585
2.36
2.82
3.32
4.30
4.28
6.22
6.18
12.03
1.76
150
2.019
3.231
2.96
3.55
4.18
5.40
5.37
7.81
7.75
15.08
2.22
200
2.692
4.308
3.97
4.75
5.60
7.24
7.19
10.45
10.38
20.16
2.99
250
3.365
5.385
4.98
5.96
7.02
9.07
9.00
13.09
13.00
25.25
3.76
4.53
300
4.039
6.462
5.99
7.17
8.44
10.91
10.82
15.73
15.62
30.34
350
4.712
7.539
6.99
8.37
9.86
12.74
12.64
18.37
18.24
35.42
400
5.385
8.616
8.00
9.58
11.28
14.58
14.46
21.01
20.86
40.51
500
6.731
10.770
10.01
11.99
14.12
18.25
18.09
26.29
26.11
50.68
600
8.077
12.923
12.03
14.40
16.96
21.92
21.73
31.58
31.35
60.85
½½½ The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 150-inch screen size.
Note
zz The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5 %.
zz When geometric adjustment is used, compensation is made so that the screen size becomes smaller than the specified
size.
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Setting up
For the screen aspect ratio of 16 : 9 (Unit : m)
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
Throw ratio Û
1.4–1.8 : 1
1.8–2.8 : 1
2.8–4.6 : 1
4.6–7.4 : 1
7.3–13.8 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
70
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
0.872
1.550
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
2.07
2.77
2.80
4.21
4.23
7.09
7.10
11.37
11.09
21.14
80
0.996
1.771
2.38
3.18
3.21
4.83
4.84
8.13
8.13
13.01
12.73
24.21
90
1.121
1.992
2.68
3.59
3.62
5.45
5.46
9.16
9.16
14.65
14.37
27.29
100
1.245
2.214
2.99
4.00
4.04
6.07
6.08
10.19
10.19
16.29
16.01
30.36
120
1.494
2.657
3.60
4.82
4.86
7.30
7.31
12.25
12.26
19.57
19.29
36.50
150
1.868
3.321
4.53
6.05
6.09
9.15
9.16
15.34
15.35
24.49
24.21
45.72
200
2.491
4.428
6.06
8.10
8.15
12.24
12.25
20.50
20.50
32.69
32.40
61.08
250
3.113
5.535
7.59
10.15
10.21
15.33
15.34
25.65
25.66
40.88
40.60
76.44
300
3.736
6.641
9.13
12.19
12.27
18.41
18.42
30.81
30.81
49.08
48.80
91.79
350
4.358
7.748
10.66
14.24
14.32
21.50
21.51
35.96
35.97
57.28
57.00
107.15
400
4.981
8.855
12.19
16.29
16.38
24.58
24.60
41.12
41.12
65.47
65.19
122.51
500
6.226
11.069
15.26
20.39
20.50
30.76
30.77
51.42
51.43
81.87
81.59
153.23
600
7.472
13.283
18.33
24.49
24.61
36.93
36.94
61.73
61.74
98.26
97.98
183.95
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
Throw ratio Û
0.9–1.1 : 1
1.3–1.7 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
Fixed-focus lens
ET-D75LE20
ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE5
1.7–2.4 : 1
2.4–4.7 : 1
0.7 : 1
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Fixed
70
0.872
1.550
1.39
1.66
1.96
2.53
2.53
3.68
3.66
7.14
1.02
80
0.996
1.771
1.60
1.91
2.25
2.91
2.91
4.23
4.20
8.19
1.18
90
1.121
1.992
1.81
2.16
2.54
3.29
3.28
4.77
4.74
9.23
1.34
100
1.245
2.214
2.01
2.41
2.83
3.67
3.65
5.31
5.28
10.28
1.50
120
1.494
2.657
2.43
2.90
3.42
4.42
4.40
6.40
6.35
12.37
1.81
150
1.868
3.321
3.05
3.65
4.29
5.55
5.52
8.03
7.97
15.50
2.29
200
2.491
4.428
4.08
4.89
5.75
7.44
7.39
10.74
10.67
20.73
3.08
250
3.113
5.535
5.12
6.13
7.21
9.33
9.26
13.46
13.36
25.96
3.87
4.66
300
3.736
6.641
6.15
7.37
8.67
11.21
11.13
16.17
16.06
31.18
350
4.358
7.748
7.19
8.61
10.13
13.10
12.99
18.88
18.75
36.41
400
4.981
8.855
8.22
9.85
11.59
14.99
14.86
21.60
21.45
41.64
500
6.226
11.069
10.29
12.33
14.51
18.76
18.60
27.03
26.84
52.09
600
7.472
13.283
12.36
14.81
17.44
22.54
22.33
32.46
32.23
62.54
½½½ The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 150-inch screen size.
Note
zz The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5 %.
zz When geometric adjustment is used, compensation is made so that the screen size becomes smaller than the specified
size.
ENGLISH - 25
Getting Started
QQ
Setting up
QQ
For the screen aspect ratio of 4 : 3 (Unit : m)
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
Throw ratio Û
1.6–2.2 : 1
2.2–3.3 : 1
3.3–5.6 : 1
5.6–8.9 : 1
8.8–16.5 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
70
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
1.067
1.422
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
2.29
3.06
3.09
4.65
4.66
7.83
7.83
12.54
12.25
23.32
80
1.219
1.626
2.63
3.51
3.55
5.33
5.34
8.96
8.97
14.34
14.06
26.71
90
1.372
1.829
2.96
3.96
4.00
6.01
6.02
10.10
10.10
16.15
15.87
30.09
100
1.524
2.032
3.30
4.41
4.45
6.69
6.70
11.23
11.24
17.96
17.67
33.47
Getting Started
120
1.829
2.438
3.98
5.32
5.36
8.05
8.06
13.50
13.51
21.57
21.28
40.24
150
2.286
3.048
4.99
6.67
6.72
10.09
10.10
16.91
16.92
26.98
26.70
50.39
200
3.048
4.064
6.68
8.93
8.99
13.49
13.50
22.59
22.59
36.01
35.73
67.31
250
3.810
5.080
8.37
11.18
11.25
16.89
16.90
28.27
28.27
45.04
44.76
84.23
300
4.572
6.096
10.06
13.44
13.52
20.29
20.30
33.94
33.95
54.07
53.79
101.14
350
5.334
7.112
11.75
15.70
15.79
23.69
23.70
39.62
39.63
63.10
62.82
118.06
400
6.096
8.128
13.44
17.96
18.05
27.09
27.10
45.30
45.31
72.13
71.85
134.98
500
7.620
10.160
16.82
22.47
22.58
33.89
33.90
56.65
56.66
90.18
89.91
168.81
600
9.144
12.192
20.20
26.98
27.12
40.69
40.70
68.01
68.02
108.24
107.96
202.65
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
Throw ratio Û
1.1–1.3 : 1
1.6–2.0 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
Fixed-focus lens
ET-D75LE20
ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE5
2.0–2.9 : 1
2.9–5.6 : 1
0.8 : 1
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Fixed
70
1.067
1.422
1.54
1.84
2.17
2.80
2.80
4.07
4.04
7.88
1.13
80
1.219
1.626
1.77
2.11
2.49
3.22
3.21
4.67
4.64
9.03
1.31
90
1.372
1.829
2.00
2.38
2.81
3.63
3.62
5.27
5.23
10.19
1.48
100
1.524
2.032
2.22
2.66
3.13
4.05
4.03
5.86
5.82
11.34
1.66
120
1.829
2.438
2.68
3.20
3.77
4.88
4.86
7.06
7.01
13.64
2.00
150
2.286
3.048
3.36
4.02
4.74
6.13
6.09
8.85
8.79
17.09
2.53
200
3.048
4.064
4.50
5.39
6.35
8.21
8.15
11.84
11.76
22.85
3.40
250
3.810
5.080
5.64
6.76
7.96
10.28
10.20
14.83
14.73
28.61
4.27
300
4.572
6.096
6.78
8.12
9.56
12.36
12.26
17.82
17.70
34.36
5.14
350
5.334
7.112
7.92
9.49
11.17
14.44
14.32
20.81
20.67
40.12
400
6.096
8.128
9.06
10.85
12.78
16.52
16.38
23.80
23.63
45.88
500
7.620
10.160
11.34
13.58
16.00
20.68
20.49
29.78
29.57
57.39
600
9.144
12.192
13.62
16.32
19.21
24.83
24.61
35.76
35.51
68.91
½½½ The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 150-inch screen size.
Note
zz The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5 %.
zz When geometric adjustment is used, compensation is made so that the screen size becomes smaller than the specified
size.
26 - ENGLISH
Setting up
JJProjection distance by projection lens (for PT-DS8500U)
QQ For the screen aspect ratio of 4 : 3 (Unit : m)
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
Throw ratio Û
1.5–2.0 : 1
2.0–3.0 : 1
3.0–5.0 : 1
5.0–8.0 : 1
7.9–15.0 : 1
Screen
size (")
70
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
1.067
1.422
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
2.07
2.77
2.80
4.21
4.23
7.09
7.10
11.37
11.09
21.14
80
1.219
1.626
2.38
3.18
3.21
4.83
4.84
8.13
8.13
13.01
12.73
24.21
90
1.372
1.829
2.68
3.59
3.62
5.45
5.46
9.16
9.16
14.65
14.37
27.29
100
1.524
2.032
2.99
4.00
4.04
6.07
6.08
10.19
10.19
16.29
16.01
30.36
120
1.829
2.438
3.60
4.82
4.86
7.30
7.31
12.25
12.26
19.57
19.29
36.50
150
2.286
3.048
4.53
6.05
6.09
9.15
9.16
15.34
15.35
24.49
24.21
45.72
200
3.048
4.064
6.06
8.10
8.15
12.24
12.25
20.50
20.50
32.69
32.40
61.08
250
3.810
5.080
7.59
10.15
10.21
15.33
15.34
25.65
25.66
40.88
40.60
76.44
300
4.572
6.096
9.13
12.19
12.27
18.41
18.42
30.81
30.81
49.08
48.80
91.79
350
5.334
7.112
10.66
14.24
14.32
21.50
21.51
35.96
35.97
57.28
57.00
107.15
400
6.096
8.128
12.19
16.29
16.38
24.58
24.60
41.12
41.12
65.47
65.19
122.51
500
7.620
10.160
15.26
20.39
20.50
30.76
30.77
51.42
51.43
81.87
81.59
153.23
600
9.144
12.192
18.33
24.49
24.61
36.93
36.94
61.73
61.74
98.26
97.98
183.95
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
Throw ratio Û
1.0–1.2 : 1
1.4–1.8 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
Fixed-focus lens
ET-D75LE20
ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE5
1.8–2.6 : 1
2.6–5.1 : 1
0.8 : 1
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Fixed
70
1.067
1.422
1.39
1.66
1.95
2.52
2.52
3.66
3.64
7.10
1.02
80
1.219
1.626
1.60
1.91
2.24
2.89
2.89
4.20
4.17
8.13
1.18
90
1.372
1.829
1.81
2.16
2.53
3.27
3.26
4.74
4.71
9.17
1.34
100
1.524
2.032
2.01
2.41
2.82
3.64
3.63
5.28
5.24
10.21
1.50
120
1.829
2.438
2.43
2.90
3.40
4.39
4.37
6.36
6.31
12.29
1.81
150
2.286
3.048
3.05
3.65
4.27
5.52
5.49
7.98
7.92
15.41
2.29
200
3.048
4.064
4.08
4.89
5.72
7.39
7.34
10.67
10.60
20.60
3.08
250
3.810
5.080
5.12
6.13
7.17
9.27
9.20
13.37
13.28
25.79
3.87
300
4.572
6.096
6.15
7.37
8.62
11.14
11.06
16.07
15.96
30.99
4.66
350
5.334
7.112
7.19
8.61
10.07
13.02
12.91
18.77
18.63
36.18
400
6.096
8.128
8.22
9.85
11.52
14.90
14.77
21.46
21.31
41.38
500
7.620
10.160
10.29
12.33
14.42
18.65
18.48
26.86
26.67
51.77
600
9.144
12.192
12.36
14.81
17.33
22.40
22.19
32.25
32.03
62.15
½½½ The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 150-inch screen size.
Note
zz The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5 %.
zz When geometric adjustment is used, compensation is made so that the screen size becomes smaller than the specified
size.
ENGLISH - 27
Getting Started
Screen dimensions
Setting up
QQ
For the screen aspect ratio of 16 : 9 (Unit : m)
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
Throw ratio Û
1.5–2.0 : 1
2.0–3.0 : 1
3.0–5.0 : 1
5.0–8.0 : 1
8.0–15.0 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
70
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
0.872
1.550
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
2.26
3.02
3.06
4.60
4.61
7.74
7.75
12.40
12.12
23.06
80
0.996
1.771
2.60
3.47
3.51
5.27
5.28
8.86
8.87
14.18
13.90
26.41
90
1.121
1.992
2.93
3.92
3.95
5.95
5.96
9.99
9.99
15.97
15.69
29.76
100
1.245
2.214
3.27
4.36
4.40
6.62
6.63
11.11
11.11
17.76
17.47
33.10
Getting Started
120
1.494
2.657
3.93
5.26
5.30
7.96
7.97
13.35
13.36
21.33
21.04
39.79
150
1.868
3.321
4.94
6.60
6.64
9.98
9.99
16.72
16.73
26.68
26.40
49.83
200
2.491
4.428
6.61
8.83
8.89
13.34
13.35
22.34
22.34
35.61
35.33
66.56
250
3.113
5.535
8.28
11.06
11.13
16.70
16.71
27.95
27.96
44.54
44.26
83.29
300
3.736
6.641
9.95
13.29
13.37
20.07
20.08
33.57
33.57
53.47
53.19
100.02
350
4.358
7.748
11.62
15.52
15.61
23.43
23.44
39.18
39.19
62.40
62.12
116.75
400
4.981
8.855
13.29
17.76
17.85
26.79
26.80
44.80
44.80
71.33
71.05
133.48
500
6.226
11.069
16.63
22.22
22.33
33.51
33.52
56.03
56.03
89.19
88.91
166.95
600
7.472
13.283
19.97
26.69
26.82
40.24
40.25
67.26
67.26
107.04
106.77
200.41
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
Throw ratio Û
1.0–1.2 : 1
1.4–1.8 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
Fixed-focus lens
ET-D75LE20
ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE5
1.8–2.6 : 1
2.6–5.1 : 1
0.8 : 1
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Fixed
70
0.872
1.550
1.52
1.82
2.13
2.75
2.75
4.00
3.97
7.74
1.12
80
0.996
1.771
1.75
2.09
2.44
3.16
3.15
4.59
4.55
8.88
1.29
90
1.121
1.992
1.97
2.36
2.76
3.57
3.56
5.17
5.14
10.01
1.47
100
1.245
2.214
2.20
2.63
3.08
3.98
3.96
5.76
5.72
11.14
1.64
120
1.494
2.657
2.65
3.17
3.71
4.79
4.77
6.94
6.89
13.40
1.98
150
1.868
3.321
3.33
3.98
4.66
6.02
5.98
8.70
8.64
16.80
2.50
200
2.491
4.428
4.45
5.33
6.24
8.06
8.01
11.64
11.56
22.46
3.36
250
3.113
5.535
5.58
6.68
7.82
10.11
10.03
14.58
14.47
28.11
4.22
5.08
300
3.736
6.641
6.71
8.03
9.40
12.15
12.05
17.51
17.39
33.77
350
4.358
7.748
7.84
9.38
10.98
14.19
14.07
20.45
20.31
39.43
400
4.981
8.855
8.96
10.73
12.56
16.23
16.10
23.39
23.23
45.09
500
6.226
11.069
11.22
13.43
15.72
20.32
20.14
29.27
29.06
56.40
600
7.472
13.283
13.47
16.14
18.88
24.41
24.18
35.15
34.90
67.72
½½½ The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 150-inch screen size.
Note
zz The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5 %.
zz When geometric adjustment is used, compensation is made so that the screen size becomes smaller than the specified
size.
28 - ENGLISH
Setting up
JJProjection distance by projection lens (for PT-DW8300U)
QQ For the screen aspect ratio of 16 : 9 (Unit : m)
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
Throw ratio Û
1.5–2.0 : 1
2.1–3.1 : 1
3.1–5.2 : 1
5.2–8.2 : 1
8.2–15.4 : 1
Screen
size (")
70
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
0.872
1.550
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
2.32
3.10
3.14
4.72
4.73
7.94
7.94
12.71
12.43
23.65
80
0.996
1.771
2.66
3.56
3.60
5.41
5.42
9.09
9.09
14.54
14.26
27.08
90
1.121
1.992
3.01
4.02
4.06
6.10
6.11
10.24
10.25
16.37
16.09
30.51
100
1.245
2.214
3.35
4.48
4.52
6.79
6.80
11.39
11.40
18.21
17.92
33.94
120
1.494
2.657
4.03
5.39
5.44
8.17
8.18
13.69
13.70
21.87
21.58
40.80
150
1.868
3.321
5.06
6.76
6.81
10.23
10.24
17.15
17.15
27.36
27.08
51.09
200
2.491
4.428
6.77
9.05
9.11
13.68
13.69
22.90
22.91
36.51
36.23
68.25
250
3.113
5.535
8.49
11.34
11.41
17.13
17.14
28.66
28.67
45.67
45.39
85.40
300
3.736
6.641
10.20
13.63
13.71
20.57
20.58
34.42
34.42
54.82
54.54
102.55
350
4.358
7.748
11.91
15.92
16.00
24.02
24.03
40.17
40.18
63.97
63.70
119.70
400
4.981
8.855
13.63
18.21
18.30
27.47
27.48
45.93
45.93
73.13
72.85
136.85
500
6.226
11.069
17.05
22.78
22.90
34.36
34.37
57.44
57.45
91.43
91.16
171.16
600
7.472
13.283
20.48
27.36
27.49
41.25
41.26
68.95
68.96
109.74
109.47
205.46
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
Throw ratio Û
1.0–1.2 : 1
1.4–1.9 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
Fixed-focus lens
ET-D75LE20
ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE5
1.8–2.7 : 1
2.7–5.2 : 1
0.8 : 1
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Fixed
70
0.872
1.550
1.56
1.87
2.18
2.82
2.82
4.10
4.07
7.94
1.15
80
0.996
1.771
1.79
2.14
2.51
3.24
3.23
4.70
4.67
9.10
1.33
90
1.121
1.992
2.02
2.42
2.83
3.66
3.65
5.31
5.27
10.26
1.50
100
1.245
2.214
2.25
2.70
3.15
4.08
4.06
5.91
5.87
11.42
1.68
120
1.494
2.657
2.72
3.25
3.80
4.92
4.89
7.11
7.07
13.74
2.03
150
1.868
3.321
3.41
4.08
4.78
6.17
6.14
8.92
8.86
17.22
2.56
200
2.491
4.428
4.56
5.47
6.40
8.27
8.21
11.93
11.85
23.03
3.44
250
3.113
5.535
5.72
6.85
8.02
10.36
10.28
14.95
14.84
28.83
4.33
5.21
300
3.736
6.641
6.87
8.24
9.64
12.46
12.36
17.96
17.83
34.63
350
4.358
7.748
8.03
9.62
11.26
14.55
14.43
20.97
20.82
40.43
400
4.981
8.855
9.18
11.01
12.88
16.65
16.50
23.98
23.81
46.23
500
6.226
11.069
11.49
13.78
16.12
20.83
20.65
30.01
29.80
57.83
600
7.472
13.283
13.80
16.55
19.36
25.02
24.80
36.03
35.78
69.43
½½½ The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 150-inch screen size.
Note
zz The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5 %.
zz When geometric adjustment is used, compensation is made so that the screen size becomes smaller than the specified
size.
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Getting Started
Screen dimensions
Setting up
QQ
For the screen aspect ratio of 4 : 3 (Unit : m)
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
Throw ratio Û
2.0–2.7 : 1
2.7–4.1 : 1
4.1–6.9 : 1
6.9–11.0 : 1
10.9–20.6 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
70
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
1.067
1.422
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
2.86
3.82
3.86
5.80
5.81
9.74
9.75
15.59
15.30
29.04
80
1.219
1.626
3.28
4.38
4.42
6.65
6.66
11.15
11.16
17.83
17.55
33.24
90
1.372
1.829
3.70
4.94
4.98
7.49
7.50
12.56
12.57
20.07
19.79
37.44
100
1.524
2.032
4.12
5.50
5.55
8.33
8.34
13.97
13.98
22.31
22.03
41.64
Getting Started
120
1.829
2.438
4.96
6.62
6.67
10.02
10.03
16.79
16.80
26.79
26.51
50.04
150
2.286
3.048
6.21
8.30
8.36
12.55
12.56
21.02
21.03
33.52
33.24
62.64
200
3.048
4.064
8.31
11.11
11.17
16.77
16.78
28.07
28.07
44.72
44.44
83.63
250
3.810
5.080
10.41
13.91
13.99
20.99
21.00
35.12
35.12
55.93
55.65
104.63
300
4.572
6.096
12.51
16.71
16.80
25.21
25.22
42.16
42.17
67.14
66.86
125.63
350
5.334
7.112
14.60
19.51
19.61
29.43
29.44
49.21
49.22
78.34
78.07
146.63
400
6.096
8.128
16.70
22.31
22.43
33.65
33.66
56.26
56.26
89.55
89.28
167.63
500
7.620
10.160
20.89
27.92
28.05
42.09
42.10
70.35
70.36
111.96
111.69
209.62
600
9.144
12.192
25.09
33.52
33.68
50.53
50.54
84.45
84.45
134.38
134.11
251.62
Lens type
Zoom lens
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
Throw ratio Û
1.4–1.6 : 1
1.9–2.5 : 1
Screen dimensions
Screen
size (")
Effective Effective
width
height
(SW)
(SH)
Fixed-focus lens
ET-D75LE20
ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE5
2.5–3.6 : 1
3.6–6.9 : 1
1.0 : 1
Projection distance (L)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Min.
(LW)
Max.
(LT)
Fixed
70
1.067
1.422
1.92
2.30
2.69
3.48
3.47
5.05
5.01
9.77
1.43
80
1.219
1.626
2.21
2.64
3.09
3.99
3.98
5.78
5.75
11.19
1.64
90
1.372
1.829
2.49
2.98
3.49
4.51
4.49
6.52
6.48
12.61
1.86
100
1.524
2.032
2.77
3.32
3.88
5.02
4.99
7.26
7.21
14.03
2.08
120
1.829
2.438
3.34
4.00
4.68
6.05
6.01
8.74
8.68
16.87
2.51
150
2.286
3.048
4.19
5.01
5.87
7.58
7.53
10.95
10.87
21.13
3.16
200
3.048
4.064
5.60
6.71
7.85
10.15
10.07
14.64
14.53
28.23
4.24
250
3.810
5.080
7.01
8.40
9.83
12.71
12.61
18.32
18.20
35.33
5.32
300
4.572
6.096
8.43
10.10
11.82
15.28
15.15
22.01
21.86
42.43
6.40
350
5.334
7.112
9.84
11.80
13.80
17.84
17.68
25.70
25.52
49.53
400
6.096
8.128
11.26
13.49
15.78
20.40
20.22
29.39
29.18
56.64
500
7.620
10.160
14.08
16.88
19.75
25.53
25.30
36.76
36.50
70.84
600
9.144
12.192
16.91
20.27
23.72
30.66
30.38
44.14
43.83
85.04
½½½ The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 150-inch screen size.
Note
zz The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5 %.
zz When geometric adjustment is used, compensation is made so that the screen size becomes smaller than the specified
size.
30 - ENGLISH
Setting up
If the projector is used with a screen size not listed in this manual, check the diagonal dimension (inch) of your
screen and calculate the projection distance using the following formulas.
JJCalculation formulas for projection distance by lens types
(for PT-DZ8700U)
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
Zoom lens
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
ET-D75LE20
Fixedfocus lens
ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE5
Throw ratio
Aspect ratio
Projection distance (L) formula
1.4–1.8 : 1
16 : 10
1.4–1.8 : 1
16 : 9
1.6–2.2 : 1
4:3
1.8–2.8 : 1
16 : 10
1.8–2.8 : 1
16 : 9
2.2–3.3 : 1
4:3
2.8–4.6 : 1
16 : 10
2.8–4.6 : 1
16 : 9
3.3–5.6 : 1
4:3
4.6–7.4 : 1
16 : 10
4.6–7.4 : 1
16 : 9
5.6–8.9 : 1
4:3
7.3–13.8 : 1
16 : 10
7.3–13.8 : 1
16 : 9
8.8–16.5 : 1
4:3
0.9–1.1 : 1
16 : 10
0.9–1.1 : 1
16 : 9
1.1–1.3 : 1
4:3
1.3–1.7 : 1
16 : 10
1.3–1.7 : 1
16 : 9
1.6–2.0 : 1
4:3
1.7–2.4 : 1
16 : 10
1.7–2.4 : 1
16 : 9
2.0–2.9 : 1
4:3
2.4–4.7 : 1
16 : 10
2.4–4.7 : 1
16 : 9
2.9–5.6 : 1
4:3
0.7 : 1
16 : 10
L = 0.0298 × SD (") - 0.0760
L = 0.0399 × SD (") - 0.1004
L = 0.0307 × SD (") - 0.0760
L = 0.0410 × SD (") - 0.1004
L = 0.0338 × SD (") - 0.0760
L = 0.0451 × SD (") - 0.1004
L = 0.0400 × SD (") - 0.0795
L = 0.0601 × SD (") - 0.1064
L = 0.0412 × SD (") - 0.0795
L = 0.0617 × SD (") - 0.1064
L = 0.0453 × SD (") - 0.0795
L = 0.0680 × SD (") - 0.1064
L = 0.0601 × SD (") - 0.0958
L = 0.1003 × SD (") - 0.1216
L = 0.0617 × SD (") - 0.0958
L = 0.1031 × SD (") - 0.1216
L = 0.0680 × SD (") - 0.0958
L = 0.1136 × SD (") - 0.1216
L = 0.1003 × SD (") - 0.1158
L = 0.1595 × SD (") - 0.1013
L = 0.1031 × SD (") - 0.1158
L = 0.1639 × SD (") - 0.1013
L = 0.1136 × SD (") - 0.1158
L = 0.1806 × SD (") - 0.1013
L = 0.1595 × SD (") - 0.3862
L = 0.2989 × SD (") - 0.3598
L = 0.1640 × SD (") - 0.3862
L = 0.3072 × SD (") - 0.3598
L = 0.1806 × SD (") - 0.3862
L = 0.3383 × SD (") - 0.3598
L = 0.0201 × SD (") - 0.0566
L = 0.0241 × SD (") - 0.0736
L = 0.0207 × SD (") - 0.0566
L = 0.0248 × SD (") - 0.0736
L = 0.0228 × SD (") - 0.0566
L = 0.0273 × SD (") - 0.0736
L = 0.0284 × SD (") - 0.0857
L = 0.0367 × SD (") - 0.1085
L = 0.0292 × SD (") - 0.0857
L = 0.0377 × SD (") - 0.1085
L = 0.0322 × SD (") - 0.0857
L = 0.0416 × SD (") - 0.1085
L = 0.0364 × SD (") - 0.0832
L = 0.0528 × SD (") - 0.1162
L = 0.0374 × SD (") - 0.0832
L = 0.0543 × SD (") - 0.1162
L = 0.0412 × SD (") - 0.0832
L = 0.0598 × SD (") - 0.1162
L = 0.0524 × SD (") - 0.1131
L = 0.1017 × SD (") - 0.1765
L = 0.0539 × SD (") - 0.1131
L = 0.1045 × SD (") - 0.1765
L = 0.0594 × SD (") - 0.1131
L = 0.1151 × SD (") - 0.1765
L = 0.0154 × SD (") - 0.0835
0.7 : 1
16 : 9
L = 0.0158 × SD (") - 0.0835
0.8 : 1
4:3
L = 0.0174 × SD (") - 0.0835
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
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Min. :
Max. :
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Min. :
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Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Unit : m
Getting Started
Model number of
projection lens
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Setting up
JJCalculation formulas for projection distance by lens types
(for PT-DS8500U)
Model number of
projection lens
Throw ratio
Aspect ratio
4:3
ET-D75LE1
1.5–2.0 : 1
16 : 9
4:3
ET-D75LE2
2.0–3.0 : 1
16 : 9
4:3
ET-D75LE3
3.0–5.0 : 1
16 : 9
4:3
5.0–8.0 : 1
Zoom lens
16 : 9
7.9–15.0 : 1
4:3
8.0–15.0 : 1
16 : 9
ET-D75LE8
4:3
ET-D75LE6
1.0–1.2 : 1
16 : 9
4:3
ET-D75LE10
1.4–1.8 : 1
16 : 9
4:3
ET-D75LE20
1.8–2.6 : 1
16 : 9
4:3
ET-D75LE30
2.6–5.1 : 1
16 : 9
Fixedfocus lens
Getting Started
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE5
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Projection distance (L) formula
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
L = 0.0307 × SD (") - 0.0760
L = 0.0410 × SD (") - 0.1004
L = 0.0334 × SD (") - 0.0760
L = 0.0446 × SD (") - 0.1004
L = 0.0412 × SD (") - 0.0795
L = 0.0617 × SD (") - 0.1064
L = 0.0448 × SD (") - 0.0795
L = 0.0672 × SD (") - 0.1064
L = 0.0617 × SD (") - 0.0958
L = 0.1031 × SD (") - 0.1216
L = 0.0672 × SD (") - 0.0958
L = 0.1123 × SD (") - 0.1216
L = 0.1031 × SD (") - 0.1158
L = 0.1639 × SD (") - 0.1013
L = 0.1123 × SD (") - 0.1158
L = 0.1786 × SD (") - 0.1013
L = 0.1640 × SD (") - 0.3862
L = 0.3072 × SD (") - 0.3598
L = 0.1786 × SD (") - 0.3862
L = 0.3346 × SD (") - 0.3598
L = 0.0207 × SD (") - 0.0566
L = 0.0248 × SD (") - 0.0736
L = 0.0225 × SD (") - 0.0566
L = 0.0270 × SD (") - 0.0736
L = 0.0290 × SD (") - 0.0857
L = 0.0375 × SD (") - 0.1085
L = 0.0316 × SD (") - 0.0857
L = 0.0409 × SD (") - 0.1085
L = 0.0371 × SD (") - 0.0832
L = 0.0540 × SD (") - 0.1162
L = 0.0404 × SD (") - 0.0832
L = 0.0588 × SD (") - 0.1162
L = 0.0536 × SD (") - 0.1131
L = 0.1039 × SD (") - 0.1765
L = 0.0583 × SD (") - 0.1131
L = 0.1132 × SD (") - 0.1765
4:3
L = 0.0158 × SD (") - 0.0835
16 : 9
L = 0.0172 × SD (") - 0.0835
0.8 : 1
Unit : m
Setting up
JJCalculation formulas for projection distance by lens types
(for PT-DW8300U)
Throw ratio
Aspect ratio
1.5–2.0 : 1
16 : 9
2.0–2.7 : 1
4:3
2.1–3.1 : 1
16 : 9
2.7–4.1 : 1
4:3
3.1–5.2 : 1
16 : 9
4.1–6.9 : 1
4:3
5.2–8.2 : 1
16 : 9
6.9–11.0 : 1
4:3
8.2–15.4 : 1
16 : 9
10.9–20.6 : 1
4:3
1.0–1.2 : 1
16 : 9
1.4–1.6 : 1
4:3
1.4–1.9 : 1
16 : 9
1.9–2.5 : 1
4:3
1.8–2.7 : 1
16 : 9
2.5–3.6 : 1
4:3
2.7–5.2 : 1
16 : 9
3.6–6.9 : 1
4:3
0.8 : 1
16 : 9
L = 0.0176 × SD (") - 0.0835
1.0 : 1
4:3
L = 0.0216 × SD (") - 0.0835
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
Zoom lens
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
ET-D75LE6
ET-D75LE10
ET-D75LE20
Fixedfocus lens
ET-D75LE30
Projection distance (L) formula
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Min. :
Max. :
Unit : m
L = 0.0343 × SD (") - 0.0760
L = 0.0458 × SD (") - 0.1004
L = 0.0419 × SD (") - 0.0760
L = 0.0560 × SD (") - 0.1004
L = 0.0460 × SD (") - 0.0795
L = 0.0689 × SD (") - 0.1064
L = 0.0563 × SD (") - 0.0795
L = 0.0844 × SD (") - 0.1064
L = 0.0689 × SD (") - 0.0958
L = 0.1151 × SD (") - 0.1216
L = 0.0844 × SD (") - 0.0958
L = 0.1409 × SD (") - 0.1216
L = 0.1151 × SD (") - 0.1158
L = 0.1831 × SD (") - 0.1013
L = 0.1409 × SD (") - 0.1158
L = 0.2241 × SD (") - 0.1013
L = 0.1831 × SD (") - 0.3862
L = 0.3430 × SD (") - 0.3598
L = 0.2241 × SD (") - 0.3862
L = 0.4200 × SD (") - 0.3598
L = 0.0231 × SD (") - 0.0566
L = 0.0277 × SD (") - 0.0736
L = 0.0283 × SD (") - 0.0566
L = 0.0339 × SD (") - 0.0736
L = 0.0324 × SD (") - 0.0857
L = 0.0419 × SD (") - 0.1085
L = 0.0397 × SD (") - 0.0857
L = 0.0513 × SD (") - 0.1085
L = 0.0415 × SD (") - 0.0832
L = 0.0602 × SD (") - 0.1162
L = 0.0508 × SD (") - 0.0832
L = 0.0738 × SD (") - 0.1162
L = 0.0598 × SD (") - 0.1131
L = 0.1160 × SD (") - 0.1765
L = 0.0732 × SD (") - 0.1131
L = 0.1420 × SD (") - 0.1765
Getting Started
Model number of
projection lens
ET-D75LE5
Front leg adjusters and throwing angle
You can screw up/down the front leg adjusters to control the angle of the projector for adjusting the throwing
angle.
Adjustable range
Front adjuster leg : 50 mm
Rear adjuster leg : 10 mm
Attention
zz Heated air comes out of the air exhaust port. Do not touch the air exhaust port directly.
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Connections
Before connection to the projector
zz Read carefully the instruction manual for the device to be connected.
zz Turning off the power switch of the devices before connecting cables.
zz If any connection cable is not supplied with the device, or if no optional cable is available for connection of the
device, prepare a necessary system connection cable to suit the device.
zz Video signals containing too much jitter may cause the images on the screen to randomly wobble or wafture.
In this case, a time base corrector (TBC) must be connected.
zz The projector accepts the following signals: VIDEO, S-VIDEO, analogue-RGB (with TTL sync. Level) and
digital signal.
zz Some computer models are not compatible with the projector.
zz When using long cables to connect with each of equipment to the projector, there is a possibility that the image
will not be output correctly unless a compensator is used.
JJPin assignments and signal names of <S-VIDEO IN> terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Signal names
Getting Started
GND (luminance signal)
GND (color signal)
Luminance signal
Color signal
JJPin assignments and signal names of <RGB2 IN> terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Signal names
R/PR
G/G SYNC/Y
B/PB
DDC data
HD/SYNC
VD
DDC clock
,
-
: Not assigned
, ,
: GND terminals
JJPin assignments and signal names of <HDMI IN> terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Odd-numbered pins
Even-numbered pins
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to
to
Signal names
T.M.D.S data 2+
T.M.D.S data 2T.M.D.S data 1 shield
T.M.D.S data 0+
T.M.D.S data 0T.M.D.S clock shield
CEC
SCL
DDC/CEC GND
Hot plug detection
Pin No.
Signal names
T.M.D.S data 2 shield
T.M.D.S data 1+
T.M.D.S data 1T.M.D.S data 0 shield
T.M.D.S clock +
T.M.D.S clock —
SDA
+5V
Connections
JJPin assignments and signal names of <DVI-D IN> terminal
Pin No.
Signal names
T.M.D.S data 2T.M.D.S data 2+
T.M.D.S data 2/4 shield
—
—
DDC clock
DDC data
—
T.M.D.S data 1T.M.D.S data 1+
T.M.D.S data 1/3 shield
—
Pin No.
Signal names
—
+5V
GND
Hot plug detection
T.M.D.S data 0T.M.D.S data 0+
T.M.D.S data 0/5 shield
—
—
T.M.D.S clock shield
T.M.D.S clock +
T.M.D.S clock -
Getting Started
Outside view
Connecting example : AV equipment
or
DVD player
with HDMI terminal
Control
Computer
Video deck
(TBC built-in)
Attention
zz When connecting with a video deck, be sure to use the one with a built-in time base corrector (TBC) or use a TBC between
the projector and the video deck.
zz If nonstandard burst signals are connected, the image may be distorted. If this is the case, connect a TBC between the
projector and the video deck.
Note
zz When using an HDMI cable, check that it is compliant with the HDMI standard. Using a cable that is not compliant with the
HDMI standard may result in problems such as the image cutting out or not appearing.
When connecting the 1 080p signal using HDMI, use a cable compliant with 1 080p signal.
zz It is possible to connect the HDMI input terminal with an external device having a DVI terminal using an HDMI/DVI
conversion cable, but with some devices the images may not appear or other problems may occur. (Æpage 73)
zz It is possible to connect the DVI-D input terminal with an HDMI- or DVI-D compliant device, but with some devices the
images may not appear or other problems may be encountered in operation. (Æpage 72)
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Connections
Connecting example : Computers
Control
Computer
Control
Computer
Getting Started
Computer
Computer
Computer
Note
zz The DVI-D signal input terminal supports only a single link.
zz For the specifications of the RGB signals that can be applied from the PC, refer to “List of compatible signals”.
(Æpage 122)
zz If your computer has the resume feature (last memory), the computer may not function properly until the resume capability
is disabled.
zz When the SYNC ON GREEN signal is input, do not input sync signals to the SYNC/HD and VD terminals.
zz When using the DVI-D input, EDID settings may be required for the connected device. (Æpage 72)
zz When using an HDMI cable, check that it is compliant with the HDMI standard. Using a cable that is not compliant with the
HDMI standard may result in problems such as the image cutting out or not appearing.
When connecting the 1 080p signal using HDMI, use a cable compliant with 1 080p signal.
zz It is possible to connect the HDMI input terminal with an external device having a DVI terminal using an HDMI/DVI
conversion cable, but with some devices the images may not appear or other problems may occur. (Æpage 73)
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Removing/attaching the projection lens (optional)
Move the lens to the home position before replacing or removing the projection lens. (Æpage 43)
1111 Align the mark (orange) on the
projection lens with the mark on
the projector ( on the left side of
LOCK), then insert the lens and turn it
clockwise until there is a click.
How to remove the projection
lens
1111 Remove the “Lens fixing screw”. 
zz Remove the first screw on the right side of the
mark (orange) of the projection lens with a
Phillips-head screwdriver.
2222 While holding down the “LOCK
button”, turn the projection lens
counterclockwise, and then pull it off.
zz Turn the projection lens counterclockwise until
its mark (orange) is aligned with the mark on
the projector ( on the left side of LOCK).
2222 Fix the projection lens with the
attached “Lens fixing screw”. 
zz Tighten the screw into the first screw hole
on the right side of the mark (orange) of the
projection lens with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
(There is not the projection lens fixing tap hole
on all the lenses.)
LOCK button
½½½ Some types of the lens do not have the projection lens fixing screw hole.
Attention
zz Do not touch the lens signal receiver. Dust or dirt may cause defective contact.
zz Do not touch the surface of the projection lens with your bare hands.
zz Store the replaced lens where it will be free from vibration and impact.
zz Turn the projection lens counter clockwise to confirm that it does not come out.
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Getting Started
How to install the projection
lens
Powering ON/OFF
Connecting the power cord
Be sure to Insert the attached power cord securely to its base to prevent it from coming off.
Before connecting the power cord, confirm that the MAIN POWER switch is in the “ ” (OFF) position.
JJInstallation
Insert the plug securely until its right
and left claw click.
Basic Operation
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JJRemoval
Remove the power cord from the
electrical outlet while pressing the
knobs on its sides.
Powering ON/OFF
3)
5)
4)
8), 10), 11), 12)
3)
9)
6)
5)
4), 11)
1)
2)
7)
6)
Powering up the projector
When using an optional lens, install a projection lens
before switch on the projector. (Æpage 37)
Remove the projection lens cover from the lens.
1111 Connect the supplied power cable.
8)
10), 12)
9)
Making adjustment and
selection
It is recommended that the images are projected
continuously for at least 30 minutes before the focus
is adjusted.
2222 Press the [ | ] marked side of the
MAIN POWER switch to turn on the
power.
The POWER indicator lamp on the projector will
flash in red. After a short period, the indicator will
illuminate and the projector will enter standby
mode.
3333 Press POWER ON ( | ).
[Power indicator] lamp illuminates in green and
soon the image is projected on the screen.
Note
zz If the projector is powered up at about 0 °C, a warm-up
period of approximately 5 minutes may be necessary to
start projection. <TEMP> indicator lamp lights up during
the warm-up period. When the warm-up is completed,
<TEMP> indicator lamp turns off and the image is
projected on the screen.
zz If the temperature of the operating environment is low
and warm-up takes more than 5 minutes, the projector
will judge that a problem has occurred and the power
will be turned off automatically. If this happens, increase
the temperature around the projector so that it is 0 °C or
higher, and then turn on the MAIN POWER switch and
the POWER ON ( | ) switch once more.
zz With [ECO] setting in [Standby mode] (Æpage 81), When
switch on the projector, projection will start about 10
seconds late.
zz If the filter is not installed, the power is turned off
automatically after 10 minutes.
zz If projection was stopped last time by using the DIRECT
POWER OFF function, it can be started by setting the
MAIN POWER switch to the “ I ” (ON) position.
4444 Press <FOCUS> button, roughly
adjust the focus of the lens.
(Æpage 41)
5555 Select and set the projection scheme
of [INSTALLATION] and [COOLING
CONDITION] settings in [PROJECTOR
SETUP] menu.
6666 Select the input signal by pressing
<INPUT SELECT> button (<RGB1>,
<RGB2>, <DVI-D/HDMI>, <VIDEO>
<S-VIDEO>, <SDI>).
(SDI: PT-DZ8700U/ PT-DS8500U only)
7777 Adjust the tilt of the main unit in front
and rear or right and left.
8888 Press <SHIFT> button to adjust the
position of the projection.
9999 Press <AUTO SETUP> button if the
input signal is RGB signal.
1111 Zoom the lens so the image fills the
screen.
1111 Readjust the focus.
1111 Readjust the zoom so that the image
size fits in the screen.
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Basic Operation
(AC120 V 60 Hz)
Powering ON/OFF
3)
4)
2)
1)
Powering off the projector
1111 Press POWER STANDBY ( ).
2222 Press ◄► to select [OK] and press
(ENTER).
(or press POWER STANDBY ( )
again.)
Basic Operation
The projection of the image stops, and [Power
indicator] lamp of the main unit lights up orange.
(The cooling fan keeps running.)
3333 Wait until the power indicator lamp of
the main unit turns to red (i.e., until
the cooling fan stops).
4444 Press the [ ] marked side of the
(MAIN POWER) switch to remove all
power from the projector.
Note
zz In the cooling state after the power is turned off, the
lamp will not light up even if the power is turned on.
To light up the lamp, turn on the power supply again
when the lamp has been cooled sufficiently. Failure
to observe this may shorten the lamp life.
zz The projector consumes approximately 6 W (120 V
mode) power.
(STANDBY MODE: [NORMAL])
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1)
2)
Direct power off function
The power supplied internally causes the cooling fan
to continue operating and cool off in the event that
the power has failed or even after the power cord is
accidentally disconnected immediately after the power
has been turned off.
Note
zz When the lamp has been cooled by the direct power off
function, it sometimes takes longer than usual for the
lamp to light up again.
zz While the cooling fan is operating, do not place the
projector inside a box or bag.
zz If projection was stopped by using the DIRECT POWER
OFF function, it can be started by setting the MAIN
POWER switch to the “ I ” (ON) position.
Projecting
Check the connections of the peripheral devices, installation of the projection lens (Æpage 37), and connection
of the power cord (Æpage 38) and switch on the power (Æpage 39) to start the projector. Select the input signal
and adjust the image.
Select an input signal.
The image selected with <INPUT SELECT> button is
projected. (Æpage 46)
Attention
zz Images may not be projected properly depending on the
connected device and DVD, video tape, etc. to be played.
Select a system format that is suitable for the input signal
using the [SYSTEM SELECTOR] in the [PICTURE] menu
(Æpage 57).
zz Check the aspect ratios of the screen and the image and
select the optimum aspect ratio using [ASPECT] in the
[PICTURE] menu (Æpage 58).
How to adjust the focus,
zoom and shift
Use the Lens Shift, Zoom, and Focus controls to
properly frame the image on the screen.
JJAt the projector
1111 Press <LENS> button on the control
panel.
zz Pressing the button changes the setup screen
in the order of [FOCUS], [ZOOM] and [SHIFT].
2222 Press ▲▼◄► to select an item and
adjust it.
JJUsing the remote control
1111 Press <LENS> (FOCUS, ZOOM, SHIFT)
button on the remote control.
zz Press <FOCUS> button :
Adjust focus.
zz Press <ZOOM> button :
Adjust zoom.
zz Press <SHIFT> button :
Adjust focus.
2222 Press ▲▼◄► to select an item and
adjust it.
Note
zz Be careful not to catch your fingers between the lens and
shroud when shifting the lens.
zz The zoom adjustment menu will be displayed only when
a lens with zoom function is installed.
zz When using ET-D75LE5, set the shift to the home
position.
zz The adjustment can be performed faster by pressing and
holding the ▲▼◄► for about 7 seconds or more.
zz It is recommended that the images are projected
continuously for at least 30 minutes before the focus is
adjusted.
zz If the power is turned off during focus or shift adjustment,
the LENS CALIBRATION must be performed when the
power is turned on next time.
zz If the main power is turned off during focus adjustment,
the LENS CALIBRATION will be performed automatically
when the focus is adjusted next time.
zz If the main power is turned off during shift adjustment,
“LENS CALIBRATION ERROR” is displayed when the
shift is adjusted next time. Please perform the [LENS
CALIBRATION] from the menu (Æpage 5)
zz If “LENS CALIBRATION ERROR” is still displayed after
the LENS CALIBRATION is performed, ask your dealer
for repair.
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Basic Operation
Selecting the input signal
Projecting
Adjustment range after lens position (optical shift)
Do not move the lens beyond the bounds of the shift range as this may cause a change in the focus. This
limitation is to protect the parts of the projector.
Using the standard projection position as the reference, the optical axis shift function makes it possible to adjust
the projection position in the ranges shown in the figures below.
Zoom lens
0.15 H
0.2 H
0.1 V
0.3 H
0.20 V
Note
zz The ET-D75LE5 has a fixed focal point, and so shift adjustment cannot be carried out.
0.30 H
Projected screen
width, H
0.50 V
0.70 V
0.20 V
0.30 H
Projected screen
width, H
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0.70 V
0.20 V
Projected screen
height, V
0.60 V
0.20 V
0.20 H
Standard
projection position
0.20 V
0.20 V
0.60 V
Projected screen
height, V
Standard
projection position
0.20 H
0.3 H
Projected screen
width, H
0.20 V
Projected screen
width, H
PT-DW8300U
0.50 V
0.1 V
Projected screen
height, V
0.1 V
0.40 V
0.12 V
0.12 V
Standard
projection position
0.1 V
0.12 V
0.40 V
0.12 V
Projected screen
height, V
Standard
projection position
0.2 H
0.2 H
Projected screen
width, H
0.20 V
Basic Operation
PT-DS8500U
0.55 V
0.12 V
0.2 H
Projected screen
width, H
0.55 V
Standard
projection position
0.12 V
0.44 V
0.12 V
0.15 H
Projected screen
height, V
0.12 V
0.44 V
0.12 V
Projected screen
height, V
Standard
projection position
0.12 V
PT-DZ8700U
0.12 V
ET-D75LE1, ET-D75LE2, ET-D75LE3,
ET-D75LE4, ET-D75LE8, ET-D75LE10,
ET-D75LE20, ET-D75LE30
ET-D75LE6
0.12 V
Model number
of
projection lens
Projecting
Moving the projection lens position to the home position
1111 Press and hold <LENS> button on the projector’s controls or <SHIFT> button on the
remote control for 3 seconds or more.
LENS
HOME POSITION
[ENTER] OK
[MENU]
CANCEL
2222 Press <ENTER> button while the menu shown above is being displayed. (It will be
displayed for about 5 seconds.)
zz [PROGRESS] will appear in the menu, and the projection lens will move to the home position.
Attention
zz [HOME POSITION] for the projection lens is the lens position when the lens is being replaced or when the projector is
being stored away, and it is not the optical center of the screen.
Lens adjustment to compensate for uneven screen focus
JJAbout the focus balance
QQRelationship between lens orientation and screen focus
If the projection lens is tilted with respect to the plane of the screen, uneven focus will result.
Basic Operation
Figure 1 : Illustration of influence of lens orientation
Projection lens
Image formation surface
Screen surface versus focal point
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Projecting
JJProcedure for adjusting the focus balance
(tilt compensation in the lens mount)
Three focus adjustment screws on the lens mount may be used to compensate for uneven screen focus.
QQStructure of lens mount
The three adjustment screws allow the lens to be tilted up and down, and three more screws lock down the
adjustment.
Figure 2 : Front view of lens mount (when viewed from screen side)
Lens bracket
(Adjust the focus adjustment screws
Basic Operation
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Locking screw
,
and
after installing the lens.)
Projecting
If the lens is heavy or the projector is installed so that it is tilted, the lens may be tilted, resulting in the focus
becoming unbalanced.
In such a case, refer to the figure 3 and table below, and follow the procedure below to perform adjustment.
QQAdjustment procedure
Display the internal test pattern grid, and defocus the image.
Adjust the lens focus till one or more sides of the grid comes into focus. Note the appropriate screws
for the out-of-focus sides of the grid as described below.
Loosen the locking screws for each of the adjustment screws ,
and
as needed, following the
indications in the example. The screws to be adjusted correspond to the out-of-focus sides of the
image.
Attention
zz Make adjustments in up to two places, and fully turn the screw clockwise in at least one place.
Turn the adjustment screws (corresponding to the locking screws loosened in step 3)
counterclockwise slightly till the out-of-focus image sides are in focus. (Turning the screws
counterclockwise moves the lens bracket and tilts the lens toward the screen.)
Readjust the lens shift position with the remote if needed.
Refocus the image as in steps 1 and 2 above. Fine adjust the focus evenness as needed, as described
in step 4.
When adjustment is complete, tighten the locking screws.
Basic Operation
Adjust the Focus.
Tool to be used : Allen hex socket driver or Allen wrench (2.5 mm diagonal hexagon)
An Allen wrench is supplied with the ET-D75LE6 and ET-D75LE8 optional lens.
Figure 3 : Relation between the adjustment place and adjustment screw
Projector
Screen
Adjustment place :
The place where the just-in-focus
point is at the back.
When optimal focus point
is at the back of screen
for V up
When optimal focus point
is at the back of screen
for V bottom
When optimal focus point
is at the back of screen
for H left
When optimal focus point
is at the back of screen
for H right
Turn counterclockwise
———
———
———
———
Turn counterclockwise
Turn counterclockwise
———
———
Turn counterclockwise
———
Turn counterclockwise
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Basic operations using the remote control
Switching the input signal
AUTO SETUP
You can use the remote control to switch the signals
that are being input and projected.
INPUT SELECT
SHUTTER
ON SCREEN
TEST PATTERN
ASPECT
FUNCTION
STATUS
button
Press <INPUT SELECT> button on the
remote control or the main unit.
RGB1
Switches to RGB1 input.
RGB2
Switches to RGB2 input.
DVI-D/
HDMI
Switches to DVI-D or HDMI input.
If either of the inputs has already been
selected, the input switches to the
other.
VIDEO
Switches to VIDEO input.
S-VIDEO
SDI
Basic Operation
Using the SHUTTER function
If the projector is not used for a certain period of
time during the meeting intermission, for example, a
shutter mode is available that allows the user to hide
images temporarily.
zz The projected light is blocked by the internal
Switches to S-VIDEO input.
Switches to SDI input.
½½½ SDI: PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only
STATUS function
Pressing this button displays several pages of
projector status information.
button
1111 Press <SHUTTER> button on the
remote control or the main unit.
Û
button
Press <STATUS> button on the remote
control.
zz The [STATUS] screen will be displayed.
shutter.
STATUS
2222 Press <SHUTTER> button again.
zz Projection resumes.
INPUT
SIGNAL NAME
SIGNAL FREQUENCY
PROJECTOR RUNTIME
Note
zz The power indicator will flash while the SHUTTER
function is being used.
LAMP1
LAMP2
INTAKE AIR TEMP.
OPTICS MODULE TEMP.
AROUND LAMP TEMP.
On-screen display function
This button electronically mutes the onscreen menus
to avoid disrupting the program.
button
Press <ON SCREEN> button on the
remote control.
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REMAINING FILTER
Basic operations using the remote control
Automatic adjustment
The automatic setup function can be used to
automatically adjust the resolution, clock phase and
picture position when analog RGB signals consisting
of bitmap images such as computer signals are being
input, or to automatically adjust the picture position
when DVI-D/HDMI signals are being input.
It is recommended to supply images with a bright
white frame at the outermost periphery containing
characters etc. that are clear in white and black
contrast when the system is in automatic adjustment
mode.
Avoid supplying images that involve halftones
or gradation such as photographs and computer
graphics.
Using the FUNCTION button
[DISABLE], [SUB MEMORY], [SYSTEM SELECTOR],
[SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW], [FREEZE], [P IN P],
or [WAVEFORM MONITOR] Û operations can be
assigned to <FUNCTION> button on the remote
control so that it can be used as an easy shortcut
button.
button
Press <FUNCTION> button on the remote
control.
½½½ PT-DZ8700U only
Note
Press <AUTO SETUP> button on the
remote control or the main unit.
zz A message [COMPLETE] appears if adjustment is
ended normally.
Note
zz [CLOCK PHASE] may have been shifted even when the
adjustment ended normally. In this case, manually adjust
the [CLOCK PHASE].
Refer to “CLOCK PHASE” of “POSITION menu”
(Æpage 60) for details.
zz If an image with blurred edges or a dark image is input,
[INCOMPLETE] may appear or adjustment may not
be performed properly even if [COMPLETE] appears.
In this case, manually adjust the items of “INPUT
RESOLUTION” of “ADVANCED MENU” (Æpage 64),
“SHIFT” and “CLOCK PHASE” of “POSITION menu”
(Æpages 58, 60).
zz For specific signals, adjustment should be made
according to “AUTO SETUP” of “DISPLAY OPTION
menu” (Æpage 71).
zz [AUTO SETUP] may not be available depending on the
machine type of the personal computer.
zz Automatic adjustment may not available for
synchronization signal of C-SYNC and G-SYNC.
zz Image may be distorted for several seconds during
automatic adjustment. This is not a malfunction.
zz For every supplied signal, adjustment is required.
zz Automatic adjustment can be canceled by pressing
<MENU> button during the course of automatic
adjustment.
zz Even for an RGB signal for which automatic setup is
possible, if automatic setup is performed while moving
images are being input, [INCOMPLETE] may appear,
or adjustment may not be performed properly even if
[COMPLETE] appears.
Displaying the internal
test pattern
The projector has 9 types of internal test patterns to
check the condition of the set.
To display test patterns, follow the steps below.
button
1111 Press <TEST PATTERN> button.
2222 Press ◄► to select [TEST PATTERN].
Note
zz Setting is also possible by using an on-screen menu.
Refer to “TEST PATTERN menu” (Æpage 88) for details.
zz Adjustment of the image, picture quality, position, size
and other factors will not be reflected in test patterns. Be
sure to display an actual input signal before performing
these adjustments.
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Basic Operation
button
zz Refer to “FUNCTION BUTTON” of “PROJECTOR SETUP
menu” (Æpage 84) for details.
Basic operations using the remote control
Changing the picture aspect
ratio
You can toggle through an appropriate set of aspect
ratios for a given input signal.
button
Press <ASPECT> button on the remote
control.
zz The setting will change as follows each time
<ASPECT> button is pressed.
VID AUTO *1
DEFAULT
S1 AUTO *3
VID AUTO
(PRI.) *3
AUTO *2
THROUGH
HV FIT
16 : 9
V FIT
H FIT
4:3
Basic Operation
***** VIDEO/S-VIDEO (NTSC) only
***** RGB1/RGB2 (480i, 480p) only
***** S-VIDEO (NTSC) only
Note
zz Some aspect ratios may not be available for selection
depending on the input signal.
Refer to “ASPECT” of “POSITION menu” (Æpage 58) for
details.
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Menu Navigation
Menus are extensively used for configuring, adjusting or reconfiguring the projector.
Navigating through the menu
JJOperating procedure
1111 Press <MENU> button.
[MAIN MENU] appears on the screen.
MAIN MENU
4444 Press ▲▼ button to highlight the
desired adjustment item, then press
◄► to change or adjust the parameter
value.
For some items, an individual adjustment screen
containing a bar scale will appear as shown in the
diagram below when ◄► is pressed.
PICTURE
POSITION
0
CONTRAST
ADVANCED MENU
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
ADJUST
DISPLAY OPTION
PROJECTOR SETUP
P IN P
Note
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
NETWORK
ENTER
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
2222 Press ▲▼ to select the desired item.
The selected item is highlighted in orange.
zz Press <MENU> button to return to the previous menu.
zz Some menu items may not be valid for certain signal
formats applied to the projector. The menu items that
cannot be adjusted or used are shown in gray characters,
and they cannot be selected.
zz If no button is pressed for approx. 5 seconds while the
individual adjustment screen is displayed, the screen will
return to the previous page.
MAIN MENU
JJResetting to the factory default
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
If an adjustment item is selected and <DEFAULT>
button is pressed, the adjustment value will return
to the factory default setting.
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
DISPLAY OPTION
PROJECTOR SETUP
P IN P
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
Press
NETWORK
3333 Press <ENTER> button to establish
your selection.
The submenu for the selected option will now
open.
POSITION
SHIFT
ASPECT
DEFAULT
ZOOM
CLOCK PHASE
GEOMETRY
ENTER
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
0
OFF
0
CONTRAST
ADJUST
Note
zz You cannot reset all the settings at a time to the factory
default settings. To reset all the settings to the factory
defaults, refer to “INITIALIZE” of “PROJECTOR SETUP
menu” (Æ 86 page).
zz Some menu items are not available to reset by pressing
<DEFAULT> button. Adjust each menu item manually.
zz The triangle mark under the bar indicates factory default
setting and the square indicates the current setting.
The triangle mark position varies by the selected input
signals.
Current setting
Default setting
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Settings
ENTER
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
Menu Navigation
MAIN MENU
The main menu consists of the following 11 menu
items.
When a main menu item is selected, the screen
changes to a sub-menu selection screen.
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
DISPLAY OPTION
PROJECTOR SETUP
P IN P
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
Settings
NETWORK
SUB MENU
The sub-menu screen of the selected main menu
appears, and you can set and adjust the various items
in the sub-menu.
JJPICTURE [
]
Sub-menu item
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
SYSTEM SELECTOR
Default
STANDARD
0
0
0
0
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
OFF
6
2
2
YPBPR *1
Note
zz The factory default values may vary depending on the
PICTURE MODE.
JJPOSITION [
]
Sub-menu item
SHIFT
ASPECT
ZOOM
CLOCK PHASE
GEOMETRY *2
KEYSTONE *3
Default
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DEFAULT *1
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32
OFF
—
JJADVANCED MENU [
Sub-menu item
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
EDGE BLENDING
FRAME DELAY
RASTER POSITION
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Default
AUTO *1
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24 *1
OFF
DEFAULT
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Menu Navigation
JJDISPLAY OPTION[
Sub-menu item
COLOR MATCHING
LARGE SCREEN
CORRECTION
SCREEN SETTING *2
WAVEFORM MONITOR *4
AUTO SIGNAL
AUTO SETUP
RGB IN
DVI-D IN
HDMI IN
SDI IN *2
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
BACK COLOR
STARTUP LOGO
FREEZE
]
Default
OFF
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BLUE
LOGO2
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JJPROJECTOR SETUP[
Sub-menu item
PROJECTOR ID
INSTALLATION
HIGH ALTITUDE MODE
COOLING CONDITION
LAMP SELECT
LAMP RELAY
LAMP POWER
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
STANDBY MODE
SCHEDULE
RS-232C
STATUS
NO SIGNAL SHUT-OFF
REMOTE2 MODE
FUNCTION BUTTON
DATE AND TIME
LENS CALIBRATION
FILTER COUNTER RESET
SAVE ALL USER DATA
LOAD ALL USER DATA
INITIALIZE
SERVICE PASSWORD
JJP IN P [
]
Details (Æpage 87)
]
]
Default
ALL
FRONT/
FLOOR
OFF
FLOOR
SETTING
DUAL
OFF
HIGH
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NORMAL
OFF
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DISABLE
DEFAULT
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JJTEST PATTERN [
Details (Æpage 88)
JJSIGNAL LIST [
Details (Æpage 89)
JJSECURITY [
]
]
Sub-menu item
SECURITY PASSWORD
SECURITY PASSWORD
CHANGE
DISPLAY SETTING
TEXT CHANGE
MENU LOCK
MENU LOCK PASSWORD
CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
JJNETWORK [
Sub-menu item
NETWORK SETUP
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
]
Default
OFF
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Note
zz Some default settings vary by the selected input signal.
zz Sub-menu items vary according to the selected input
signal.
***** Some default settings vary by the selected input
signal.
***** PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only
***** PT-DW8300U only
***** PT-DZ8700U only
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Settings
JJDISPLAY LANGUAGE [
Details (Æpage 67)
PICTURE menu
Note
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
PICTURE MODE
zz Factory defaults are [GRAPHIC] for RGB system and
[STANDARD] for moving images.
zz DICOM is an abbreviation for “Digital Imaging and
Communication in Medicine”, which is a standard for
medical imaging devices. Although the name “DICOM” is
used, this projector is not a medical device. Accordingly,
do not use the projected images for medical diagnosis or
similar usage.
zz When <ENTER> button is pressed while a [PICTURE
MODE] other than [USER] is selected, the setting is
saved and will be used as the preset value next time
a signal is inputted. At this time, all the data except
[SYSTEM SELECTOR] in the [PICTURE] menu are
saved.
zz The factory default of [USER] is the image conformed to
ITU-R BT.709 Standard.
The user can switch to the desired picture mode
suitable for the image source and the environment in
which this projector is used.
JJChanging the name of [USER]
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [PICTURE MODE].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [PICTURE MODE].
111 Select [USER] in step 2).
222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
STANDARD
USER
zz A screen showing details of the [PICTURE
MODE] will be displayed.
CINEMA
NATURAL
DICOM SIM.
333 Press ▲▼ to select [PICTURE MODE
NAME CHANGE].
444 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [PICTURE MODE NAME CHANGE]
GRAPHIC
DYNAMIC
STANDARD
The picture becomes suitable for
moving images in general.
CINEMA
The picture becomes suitable for
movie sources.
NATURAL
The picture complies with sRGB.
Settings
DICOM SIM.
PICTURE MODE NAME CHANGE
The picture becomes similar to
DICOM Part14 gray scale.
DYNAMIC
The light output is maximized for use
in bright areas.
GRAPHIC
The picture becomes suitable for
input from to the personal computer.
USER
screen will be displayed.
You can set your favorite picture
mode.
5555 Press ▲▼◄► to select characters
and press <ENTER> button to input
them.
666 Press ▲▼◄► to select [OK], and
press <ENTER> button.
zz The picture mode name is changed.
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PICTURE menu
CONTRAST
COLOR
You can adjust the contrast of the projected image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [CONTRAST].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [CONTRAST] individual adjustment screen
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
Raises the picture
brightness and the
picture becomes
clearer.
Press ◄.
Lowers the picture
Minimum
brightness and
value -31
weakens the picture.
Maximum
value 31
Attention
zz Adjust the BRIGHTNESS in advance if necessary.
BRIGHTNESS
be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Operation
Adjustment
Press ►.
Deepens colors.
Maximum
value 31
Press ◄.
Weakens colors.
Minimum
value -31
TINT
You can adjust the skin tone in the projected image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [TINT].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [TINT] individual adjustment screen will be
You can adjust the brightness of the projected image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHTNESS].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [BRIGHTNESS] individual adjustment
displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Operation
Adjustment
screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
Increases the
brightness of the
Maximum
dark (black) parts of value 31
the screen.
Press ◄.
Reduces the
brightness of the
Minimum
dark (black) parts of value -31
the screen.
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
Adjusts skin tone
toward greenish
color.
Maximum
value 31
Press ◄.
Adjusts skin tone
toward reddishpurple.
Minimum
value -31
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Settings
Adjustment
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [COLOR] individual adjustment screen will
will be displayed.
Operation
You can adjust the color saturation of the projected
image.
PICTURE menu
11111 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
COLOR TEMPERATURE
You can adjust the white balance of the projected
image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR
TEMPERATURE].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
Item
3333 Press ◄► to switch [COLOR
TEMPERATURE].
DEFAULT Û
9300K
Deepens red.
Press ◄.
Weakens red.
Press ►.
Press ►.
Deepens green. Minimum
value
Weakens green. HIGH : 0
LOW :
-127
Deepens blue.
Press ◄.
Weakens blue.
Press ◄.
◄► is pressed.
BLUE
USER1
(in units of 100K)
USER2
3200K
Maximum
value
HIGH : 255
LOW : 127
Press ►.
GREEN
zz The setting will change as follows each time
Adjustment
range
Adjustment
RED
zz The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] individual
adjustment screen will be displayed.
Operation
Default
HIGH : 255
LOW : 0
Note
zz When any setting other than [OFF] has been selected
for [COLOR MATCHING] (Æpage 68), the [COLOR
TEMPERATURE] setting is fixed to [USER1].
zz The value of color temperature is for reference only.
zz All colors will not be displayed properly unless adequate
adjustment is made. If the adjustment does not look
suitable, you can press <DEFAULT> button to return the
setting for the selected item only to the factory default
setting.
zz The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] cannot be adjusted
for the internal test pattern (Æpage 88). Be sure to
project the input signal when adjusting the [COLOR
TEMPERATURE].
JJTo further adjust toward the
JJChanging the name of [USER 1]
½½½ [DEFAULT] cannot be selected when the
[PICTRUE MODE] has been set to [USER] or
[DICOM SIM.].
Note
desired white balance
4444 Select [USER1] or [USER2] in Step 3).
5555 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] screen will be
Settings
displayed.
6666 Press ▲▼ to select [WHITE
BALANCE].
7777 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [WHITE BALANCE] screen will be
displayed.
8888 Press ▲▼ to select [WHITE
BALANCE HIGH] or [WHITE
BALANCE LOW].
9999 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [WHITE BALANCE HIGH (or LOW)]
screen will be displayed.
11111 Press ▲▼ to select [RED], [GREEN]
or [BLUE].
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or [USER 2]
111 Select [USER1] or [USER2] in step 3).
222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] screen will be
displayed.
333 Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR
TEMPERATURE NAME CHANGE].
444 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [COLOR TEMPERATURE NAME
CHANGE] screen will be displayed.
COLOR TEMPERATURE NAME CHANGE
PICTURE menu
5555 Press ▲▼◄► to select characters
and press <ENTER> button to input
them.
666 Press ▲▼◄► to select [OK], and
press <ENTER> button.
zz The color temperature setting name is changed.
JJChanging the name of [USER1]
or [USER2]
111 Select [USER1] or [USER2] in step 3).
222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [GAMMA] screen will be displayed.
333 Press ▲▼ to select [GAMMA NAME
CHANGE].
444 Press <ENTER> button.
GAMMA
This switches the gamma mode.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [GAMMA].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [GAMMA] individual adjustment screen will
zz The [GAMMA NAME CHANGE] screen will be
displayed.
GAMMA NAME CHANGE
be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [GAMMA].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
USER1
2.8
USER2
DICOM SIM.
(in units of 0.1)
1.0
2.0
1.8
½½½ [DEFAULT] cannot be selected when the
[PICTRUE MODE] has been set to [DYNAMIC],
[USER] or [DICOM SIM.].
Note
zz DICOM is an abbreviation for “Digital Imaging and
Communication in Medicine”, which is a standard for
medical imaging devices.
This projector is not a medical device. Do not use the
displayed image for diagnosis.
5555 Press ▲▼◄► to select characters
and press <ENTER> button to input
them.
666 Press ▲▼◄► to select [OK], and
press <ENTER> button.
zz The gamma selection name is changed.
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW
This corrects images so that they appear vivid when
projected under bright lighting.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SYSTEM
DAYLIGHT VIEW].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW] individual
adjustment screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [SYSTEM
DAYLIGHT VIEW].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF (No correction)
1 (Low)
3 (High)
2 (Medium)
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Settings
DEFAULT *
PICTURE menu
3333 Press ◄► to switch [DYNAMIC IRIS].
SHARPNESS
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
This adjusts the sharpness of the pictures.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SHARPNESS].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
OFF
(No correction)
2
(Intermediate)
1 (Low)
zz The [SHARPNESS] individual adjustment
screen will be displayed.
USER
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Operation
Press ►.
Contours become
sharper.
Press ◄.
Contours become
softer.
JJTo further adjust the selected
Adjustment
range
Adjustment
3 (High)
0 - 15
compensation amount
4444 Select [USER] in step 3).
5555 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [DYNAMIC IRIS] screen will be displayed.
6666 Press ▲▼ to select the item to be
adjusted, and press ◄► to adjust the
amount of correction.
NOISE REDUCTION
This can be used to adjust pictures if they contain
interference as a result of poor quality of the input
signal.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [NOISE
REDUCTION].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [NOISE REDUCTION] individual
QQAUTO IRIS (Automatic aperture
adjustment)
OFF (No automatic
adjustment)
1 (Low)
255 (High)
2…254
(Intermediate)
adjustment screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [NOISE
REDUCTION].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
1 (Low)
Settings
OFF (No correction)
QQMANUAL IRIS (Fixed aperture
adjustment)
OFF (No fixed iris)
1 (Low)
255 (High)
2…254
(Intermediate)
2 (Medium)
3 (High)
Attention
zz [NOISE REDUCTION] is set active when the selected
input signal has less noise. Applying noise reduction may
affect the image quality, if so, set to [OFF].
QQDYNAMIC GAMMA (signal
compensation amount adjustment)
OFF (No automatic
correction)
1 (Low)
3 (High)
2 (Intermediate)
DYNAMIC IRIS
Pictures with the optimum contrast will be displayed
by automatically providing aperture compensation and
signal compensation to suit the pictures concerned.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DYNAMIC IRIS].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [DYNAMIC IRIS] individual adjustment
screen will be displayed.
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Note
zz The contrast is set to the maximum level when [DYNAMIC
IRIS] is set to [3].
PICTURE menu
SYSTEM SELECTOR
This enables the projector to automatically recognize
input signals. Furthermore, if unstable signals are
input, the system format can be selected manually.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SYSTEM
SELECTOR].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to switch [SYSTEM
SELECTOR].
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
JJVIDEO/S-VIDEO terminal input
signal
Select from AUTO, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL,
PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM, and PAL60.
JJHDMI terminal input signal
zz 480p, 576p signals
Select from Auto, RGB, and YCBCR.
zz Other signals
Select from Auto, RGB, and YPBPR
Note
zz Refer to “List of compatible signals” (Æpage 122) for
available signals.
zz Malfunction may occur or other problems could be
encountered with some equipment.
JJSDI terminal input signal
(PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only)
zz Select from AUTO, 1 080/60i, 1 035/60i,
720/60p, 1 080/24p, 1 080/50i, 1 080/30p,
1 080/25p, 1 080/24sF, 720/50p, 480i, and 576i.
zz Refer to “List of compatible signals”
(Æpage 122) for available signals.
Attention
Note
zz [AUTO] automatically selects from NTSC, NTSC4.43,
PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM, and PAL60.
JJRGB1/RGB2 terminal input signal
zz 480i, 576i, 576p signals
Select from RGB and YCBCR.
zz VGA60, 480p signals
Select from VGA60, 480p, and 480pRGB.
zz Other signals
Select from RGB and YPBPR.
Note
zz Refer to “List of compatible signals” (Æpage 122) for
available signals.
JJDVI-D terminal input signal
zz 480p, 576p signals
Select from RGB and YCBCR.
zz Other signals
Select from RGB and YPBPR.
Note
zz Refer to “List of compatible signals” (Æpage 122) for
available signals.
zz Malfunction may occur or other problems could be
encountered with some equipment.
To display pictures complying
with the sRGB standard
sRGB is the international color reproduction standard
(IEC61966-2-1) established by IEC (International
Electrotechnical Commission).
To reproduce colors more faithfully in compliance
with the sRGB standard, perform the following setting
procedure.
1111 Set [COLOR MATCHING] adjustment to
[OFF].
zz Refer to “COLOR MATCHING” (Æpage 68).
2222 Display the [PICTURE] screen.
zz Refer to “PICTURE menu” (Æpage 52).
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [PICTURE MODE].
4444 Press ◄► to select [NATURAL].
5555 Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR].
6666 Press <DEFAULT> button on the
remote control to restore the factory
default.
7777 Follow the same procedure (steps
5-6) to restore the factory default for
[TINT], [COLOR TEMPERATURE] and
[GAMMA].
Note
zz sRGB is only enable when RGB signals are being input.
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Settings
zz [AUTO] mode is selected by default.
zz When the projector is not working properly in [AUTO]
mode, change the setting according to each SYSTEM
SELECTOR type.
POSITION menu
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
ASPECT
This changes the aspect ratio of the projected image.
This changes the aspect ratio for the screen range
selected with [SCREEN SETTING]. Set [SCREEN
SETTING] first. (Æpage 69)
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [ASPECT].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [ASPECT] individual adjustment screen will
be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [ASPECT].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
SHIFT
◄► is pressed.
This function allows the user to adjust the raster
position vertically or horizontally if the position of the
image projected on the screen is displaced even
when the projector is properly aligned with the screen,
and the internal test patterns are correctly framed.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SHIFT].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
VID AUTO *1
DEFAULT
S1 AUTO *3
AUTO *2
THROUGH
HV FIT
16 : 9
zz The [SHIFT] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to adjust the position.
JJFor vertical (up and down)
adjustment
Operation
Adjustment
VID AUTO (PRI.) *3
V FIT
H FIT
4:3
***** VIDEO/S-VIDEO (NTSC) only
***** RGB1/RGB2 (480i, 480p) only
***** S-VIDEO (NTSC) only
JJDEFAULT
Press ▲.
The picture
position
moves up.
Pictures are displayed without changing the aspect
ratio of the input signals.
JJVID AUTO
Settings
Press ▼.
The picture
position
moves down.
JJFor horizontal (right and left)
adjustment
Operation
Press ►.
Press ◄.
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Adjustment
The picture
position
moves to the
right.
The picture
position
moves to the
left.
The projector identifies the video ID (VID)
embedded in the picture signals and displays the
picture by automatically switching the screen sizes
between 4 : 3 and 16 : 9. This function is effective
for the NTSC signal input.
JJAUTO
The projector identifies the video ID (VID)
embedded in the picture signals and displays the
picture by automatically switching the screen sizes
between 4 : 3 and 16 : 9. This function is effective
for the 480i/480p signal input.
JJS1 AUTO
The projector identifies the S1 signal and displays
the picture by automatically switching the screen
sizes between 4 : 3 and 16 : 9. This function is
effective for S-VIDEO NTSC signals.
POSITION menu
The projector identifies the abovementioned
VID or S1 signals and displays the picture by
automatically choosing the screen sizes of 4 : 3
or 16 : 9 according to the VID if it is detected or
S1 signals if a VID is not detected. This function is
effective for S-Video NTSC signals.
JJTHROUGH
Pictures are displayed without changing the
resolution of the input signals.
JJ16 : 9
When standard signals *4 are input, the pictures
are displayed with the aspect ratio converted to
16 : 9. When wide signals are input *5, the pictures
are displayed without changing the aspect ratio.
JJ4 : 3
When standard signals *4 are input, the pictures
are displayed without changing the aspect ratio.
When wide signals are input *5 and [4:3] is
selected with [SCREEN FORMAT], the aspect
ratio is changed to 4:3. If [4:3] is not selected with
[SCREEN FORMAT], the pictures are reduced so
that they will be in the 4:3 screen without changing
the input aspect ratio.
JJH FIT
The display will use the full width of the screen
range selected with [SCREEN FORMAT]. When
signals have a vertical aspect ratio that is larger
than the screen aspect selected with [SCREEN
FORMAT], the pictures will be displayed with their
bottom areas cut off.
JJV FIT
The display will use the full height of the screen
range selected with [SCREEN FORMAT].
Note
zz Some size modes are not available for certain types of
input signals. For NTSC signals, [DEFAULT] cannot be
selected.
zz If an aspect ratio which is different from the aspect ratio
for the input signals is selected, the pictures will appear
differently from the originals. Be careful of this when
selecting the aspect ratio.
zz If using this projector in places such as cafes or hotels to
display programs for a commercial purpose or for public
presentation, note that adjusting the aspect ratio or using
the zoom function to change the screen pictures may
be an infringement of the rights of the original copyright
owner for that program under copyright protection laws.
zz If conventional (normal) 4 : 3 pictures which are not
wide-screen pictures are displayed on a wide screen,
the edges of the pictures may not be visible or they may
become distorted. Such pictures should be viewed as
with an aspect ratio of 4 : 3 in the original format intended
by the creator of the pictures.
ZOOM
This adjusts the size of the projected pictures.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [ZOOM].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [ZOOM] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [VERTICAL]/
[HORIZONTAL], and press ◄► to
adjust.
JJWhen [ASPECT] is set to
[DEFAULT]
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [MODE].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [MODE].
INTERNAL
JJHV FIT
The pictures are displayed in the full screen range
selected with [SCREEN FORMAT]. If the aspect
ratios of the input signals and screen range differ,
conversion to the screen aspect set with [SCREEN
FORMAT] is performed and then the pictures are
displayed.
FULL
Zoom area is the factory default
setting of [SCREEN FORMAT] in
[SCREEN SETTING].
Enlarges the size of the pictures
using the whole of the display area
selected with [SCREEN FORMAT].
***** Standard signals are input signals with an aspect
ratio of 4 : 3 or 5 : 4.
***** Wide-screen signals are input signals with an
aspect ratio of 16:10, 16 : 9, 15 : 9 or 15 : 10.
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Settings
JJVID AUTO (PRI.)
POSITION menu
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [INTERLOCKED].
4444 Press ◄► to switch [INTERLOCKED].
OFF
ON
The [VERTICAL] and
[HORIZONTAL] settings are used
as the vertical and horizontal zoom
ratios respectively.
The zoom ratio is set to the [BOTH]
setting.
This allows the pictures to be
zoomed at equal vertical and
horizontal ratios.
Note
zz When [ASPECT] is set to [THROUGH], [ZOOM] will not
appear.
zz When other than [DEFAULT] is selected for [ASPECT],
the [MODE] selection setting will not appear.
GEOMETRY
(PT-DZ8700/PT-DS8500 only)
Square video can be projected onto a special shaped
screen using unique image processing technology.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [GEOMETRY].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [GEOMETRY].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
KEYSTONE
PC
CURVED
OFF
KEYSTONE
This adjusts projected images when
they are distorted to a trapezoid.
CURVED
This adjusts projected images
when they are distorted to a curved
surface.
CLOCK PHASE
Clock phase adjustment achieves the best image
when the screen flickers or halos are observed around
contours.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [CLOCK PHASE].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [CLOCK PHASE] individual adjustment
screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
zz The value changes from 0 to 63. Adjust so that
the amount of interference is at a minimum.
Geometry correction is not
performed.
PC Û
This is for performing geometry
correction from a computer.
½½½ GEOMETRY adjustment should be carried out by
a person who is familiar with the projector or by
a service person because a high level of skill is
required to make successful adjustment.
3333 Select [KEYSTONE] or [CURVED] in
Step 2), and press <ENTER> button.
zz The [GEOMETRY : KEYSTONE] or
Note
Settings
zz The CLOCK PHASE may not be adjusted, depending on
the signal.
zz No optimal value may be obtained if the output of the PC
to which the signal input is applied is unstable.
zz No optimal value may be obtained if the total number of
dots is not correct.
zz The [CLOCK PHASE] can be adjusted only when RGB
signal input is applied with RGB1 and RGB2 IN.
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[GEOMETRY : CURVED] screen will be
displayed.
4444 Press ▲▼ to select the desired
adjustment item, and press ◄► to
adjust the correction amount.
zz You can adjust the projection images as shown
below.
POSITION menu
JJKEYSTONE menu
zz VERTICAL KEYSTONE
JJCURVED menu
zz LENS THROW RATIO
Set to the throw ratio being used (the projection
distance divided by the screen width).
zz VERTICAL KEYSTONE
zz VERTICAL SUB KEYSTONE
zz HORIZONTAL KEYSTONE
zz HORIZONTAL KEYSTONE
zz VERTICAL ARC
zz HORIZONTAL SUB KEYSTONE
zz HORIZONTAL ARC
zz LINEARITY
Settings
zz VERTICAL BALANCE
zz HORIZONTAL BALANCE
Note
zz When [GEOMETRY] setting is set, displayed menu or
startup logo might be projected outside of the actual
image area.
zz If both [EDGE BLENDING] (Æpage 64) adjustment and
[GEOMETRY] correction are used, [EDGE BLENDING]
adjustment cannot be made correctly.
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POSITION menu
KEYSTONE (PT-DW8300 only)
If the projector is aligned non-perpendicularly to the
screen, or if the projection screen has an angled
surface, you can correct keystone.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [KEYSTONE].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
3333 Select the desired adjustment item.
4444 Press ◄► to adjust.
JJKEYSTONE
JJSUB KEYSTONE
JJLINEARITY
Note
Settings
zz When [KEYSTONE] setting is set, displayed menu or
startup logo might be projected outside of the actual
image area.
zz You can correct the distortion ±40 ° from the plane. For
a better quality image, installing the projector with a
minimum of distortion is recommended.
(ET-D75LE5: ±22 ° , ET-D75LE6:±28 ° )
zz Some distortion may be retained for lens shift adjustment.
zz The result of the keystone correction will affect the aspect
ratio and the size of the image.
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ADVANCED MENU
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
BLANKING
Blanking adjustment fine-tunes the images projected
by the video deck or other devices when the noise
appears on the edges of the screen or if a part of the
image lies slightly offscreen.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [BLANKING].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [BLANKING] screen will be displayed.
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
Increase the vertical resolution when the PAL (or
SECAM) 576i signal input or the NTSC 480i, 1 080/50i
and 1 080/60i signal input is applied.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DIGITAL CINEMA
REALITY].
2222 Press ◄► or <ENTER> button.
zz The [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] individual
adjustment screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to select [DIGITAL CINEMA
REALITY].
3333 Press ▲▼ to select the desired item
for adjustment.
4444 Press ◄► to adjust blanking.
zz The adjustment value for the PT-DZ8700U can
be changed within a range of 0 to 599 vertically
and 0 to 959 horizontally.
zz The adjustment value for the PT-DS8500U can
be changed within a range of 0 to 524 vertically
and 0 to 699 horizontally.
zz The adjustment value for the PT-DW8300U can
be changed within a range of 0 to 383 vertically
and 0 to 682 horizontally.
When correcting the upper blanking of the
screen (top)
zz The setting will change as follows each time
AUTO
OFF
25p FIXED : When 576i or 1 080/50i signals are input
30p FIXED : When 480i or 1 080/60i signals are input
AUTO
OFF
Performs automatic detection and
cinema processing. (factory default)
Unforced cinema processing.
25p FIXED
Forced cinema processing (2 : 2
pulldown) is performed when a 576i
or 1 080/50i signal is input.
30p FIXED
Forced cinema processing (2 : 2
pulldown) is performed when a 480i
or 1 080/60i signal is input.
Note
zz In [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] mode, the image quality
will be deteriorated if [30p FIXED] or [25p FIXED] is
selected when the signal is not a 2 : 2 pulldown signal.
Press ◄ to move the
blanking zone upward;
Press ► to downward.
When correcting the lower blanking of the
screen (bottom)
Press ► to move the
blanking zone upward;
Press ◄ to downward.
Settings
◄► is pressed.
When correcting the left hand blanking of the
screen (left)
Press ► to move the
blanking zone to the right;
Press ◄ to the left.
When correcting the right hand blanking of the
screen (right)
Press ◄ to move the
blanking zone to the right;
Press ► to the left.
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ADVANCED MENU
INPUT RESOLUTION
Input resolution adjustment achieves the best image
when the screen flickers or halo is observed around
the contour. Set the values appropriately for the signal
resolution that is being used.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [INPUT
RESOLUTION].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [INPUT RESOLUTION] screen will be
EDGE BLENDING
The built-in edge blending feature allows multiple
projector images to be seamlessly overlapped.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [EDGE
BLENDING].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [EDGE
BLENDING].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [TOTAL DOTS],
[DISPLAY DOTS], [TOTAL LINES] or
[DISPLAY LINES], and the press ◄►
to adjust it.
OFF
When the multi-screens are not
going to be used.
ON
When the default linear blending
ramps are sufficient.
USER
Note
zz The vertical stripes will not appear on the all white signal
image.
zz The picture may be distorted during the adjusting
operation, but this is not a fault.
zz The [INPUT RESOLUTION] can be adjusted only when
RGB signal input is applied with RGB1 and RGB2 IN.
CLAMP POSITION
Settings
Use the clamp position adjustment to achieve the
optimal value when dark areas of the image are
crushed or displayed in green.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [CLAMP
POSITION].
2222 Press ◄► to adjust.
zz The value changes from 1 to 255.
zz The optimal value for the clamp position
adjustment
If dark areas are crushed :
The optimal value is the point where the dark
area is best improved.
If the dark areas are displayed in green :
The optimal value is the point where the green
areas become black and the crushing effect is
rectified.
Note
zz The [CLAMP POSITION] can be adjusted only when the
RGB signal input is applied with RGB1 and RGB2 IN.
zz The [CLAMP POSITION] may not be adjusted, depending
on the signal.
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USER
OFF
zz Each item automatically displays a value in
response to the type of the input signal. If
vertical stripes appear on the screen or the
image is partly missing, increase or decrease
the displayed value while observing the screen
to achieve the optimal value.
ON
When a user-defined blending
ramp is required. These ramps can
be defined and uploaded to the
projector through the RS-232 port.
Consult your dealer for details.
3333 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [EDGE BLENDING] screen will be
displayed.
4444 Press ▲▼ to specify the area to be
adjusted.
zz To blend the top edge: set [UPPER] to [ON].
zz To blend the bottom edge: set [LOWER] to
[ON].
zz To blend the left edge: set [LEFT] to [ON].
zz To blend the right edge: set [RIGHT] to [ON].
5555 Press ◄► to toggle [ON] and [OFF].
6666 Press ◄► to adjust the overlap width
and the starting point.
ADVANCED MENU
JJTo display the adjustment marker
7777 Press ▲▼ to select [MARKER].
8888 Press ◄► to select [ON].
zz A marker for adjusting the overlap position
appears. The optimal point is the position where
the red line of one frame overlaps the green
line of the other frame.
The blending widths of each projector must be
set to the same value. Optimal blending cannot
be achieved if the widths are different.
1111 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [BRIGHT OUTSIDE] individual adjustment
screen will be displayed.
zz When [INTERLOCKED] is set to [OFF],
individual adjustment of [RED], [GREEN] and
[BLUE] will be possible.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
press ◄► to adjust the setting.
Projection range BRIGHT adjustment (right)
Edge blending width (right)
The optimal point is where these lines overlap.
MAKER
BRIGHT
BLENDING
BRIGHT OUTSIDE
BRIGHT INSIDE
Red line
999 Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHT
ADJUST].
1111 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [BRIGHT ADJUST] screen will be
displayed.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHT INSIDE].
1111 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [BRIGHT INSIDE] individual adjustment
screen will be displayed.
zz When [INTERLOCKED] is set to [OFF],
individual adjustment of [RED], [GREEN] and
[BLUE] will be possible.
Note
zz The [BRIGHT INSIDE] adjustments are used to match
the projector’s main-screen-area black levels to the level
within the blended area.
The [BRIGHT OUTSIDE] adjustments may be used to
fine adjust the thin borders on either side of the blend
area, but are often not needed.
zz When a rear screen or screen with a high gain is used,
the blended areas may appear to be discontinuous
depending on the viewing position.
zz When using both horizontal and vertical edge blending
functions to form a multiple projector image, adjust the
[BRIGHT BLENDING] before performing the adjustment
in Step 11).
zz When using only one of the horizontal or vertical edge
blending functions, set all items of [BRIGHT BLENDING]
to [0].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
press ◄► to adjust the setting.
zz Once adjustment is complete, press <MENU>
button to return to [BRIGHT ADJUST] screen.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select the part of
[UPPER], [LOWER], [RIGHT], [LEFT].
1111 Press ◄► to adjust the width for
correcting the [BRIGHT INSIDE]
setting (0 to 255).
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHT
OUTSIDE].
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Settings
Green line
ADVANCED MENU
FRAME DELAY
When 1 080/60i, 1 080/50i and 1 080/24sF signals are
being input, this simplifies image processing so that
the video frame delay is shortened.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [FRAME DELAY].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [FRAME DELAY].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
SHORT
SHORT
This is the standard setting.
Shortens the delay at the expense of
some picture quality.
Note
zz When [FRAME DELAY] is set to [SHORT], deterioration
in the picture quality will occur. Furthermore, the noise
reduction function cannot be used.
RASTER POSITION
When the scaler is set such that the image is smaller
than the display area, the image can be moved to any
position inside the display area.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [RASTER
POSITION].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [RASTER POSITION] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to adjust the position.
Settings
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DISPLAY LANGUAGE menu
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
Changing the display
language
This lets you switch the on-screen display language.
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
zz Menus, setting items, adjustment screens, and
control button names will be displayed in the
language the user chooses.
zz The available languages are: English, German
(DEUTSCH), French (FRANÇAIS), Spanish
(ESPAÑOL), Italian (ITALIANO), Japanese
( ), Chinese ( ), Russian (русский), and
Korean ( ).
Settings
Note
zz The on-screen display of the projector is set to the
English language on shipping.
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DISPLAY OPTION menu
4444 Press ▲▼ to select [RED], [GREEN]
and [BLUE] (if [7COLORS] was
selected, select [RED], [GREEN],
[BLUE], [CYAN], [MAGENTA],
[YELLOW], and [WHITE]).
5555 Press <ENTER> button.
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
zz The [3COLORS:RED], [3COLORS:GREEN] or
COLOR MATCHING
When multiple sets are used simultaneously, this
projector allows the user to correct the difference of
colors among the sets.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR
MATCHING].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [COLOR
MATCHING].
MEASURED
OFF
7COLORS
709MODE
Color matching adjustment is not
carried out.
Settings
3COLORS
It is possible to adjust the 3colors of
[RED], [GREEN] and [BLUE].
7COLORS
It is possible to adjust the 7colors of
[RED], [GREEN], [BLUE], [CYAN],
[MAGENTA], [YELLOW] and
[WHITE].
709MODE
djusting the color
Refer to “ A
matching using a colorimeter” (Æ on
this page) for details on this mode.
■
■
djusting the color
Refer to “ A
MEASURED matching using a colorimeter” (Æ on
this page) for details on this mode.
JJIf [3COLORS] or [7COLORS] was
selected in step 2).
3333 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [3COLORS] or [7COLORS] screen will be
displayed.
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zz These values can be adjusted from 0 (off) to
Note
◄► is pressed.
3COLORS
6666 Press ◄► to adjust the values.
2 048 (full gain).
zz The setting will change as follows each time
OFF
[3COLORS:BLUE] screen will be displayed.
If you selected [7COLORS], the
[7COLORS:RED], [7COLORS:GREEN],
[7COLORS:BLUE], [7COLORS:CYAN],
[7COLORS:MAGENTA], [7COLORS:YELLOW],
or [7COLORS:WHITE] screen will be displayed.
zz If [AUTO TEST PATTERN] is turned [ON], the
test pattern of the selected color is displayed.
zz The effects of correcting the adjustment color:
When tuning the correction color that is the same as the
adjustment color: the brightness of the adjustment color
changes.
RED : RED is added to or reduced from the adjustment
color.
GREEN : GREEN is added to or reduced from the
adjustment color.
BLUE : BLUE is added to or reduced from the adjustment
color.
zz This adjustment should be carried out by a person who is
familiar with the projector or by a service person because
a high level of skill is required to make successful
adjustment.
zz Pressing <DEFAULT> button will restore the factory
defaults for all items.
zz When any setting other than [OFF] has been selected
for [COLOR MATCHING], the [COLOR TEMPERATURE]
setting is fixed at [USER1].
JJAdjusting the color matching
using a colorimeter
The [RED], [GREEN], [BLUE], [CYAN],
[MAGENTA], [YELLOW] and [WHITE] colors
can be changed to the desired hues using a
colorimeter which is capable of measuring the
chromaticity coordinates and luminance.
QQ
Inputting the current luminance and
chromaticity coordinates
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR
MATCHING].
2222 Press ◄► to select [709MODE] or
[MEASURED].
DISPLAY OPTION menu
zz The [709MODE] or [MEASURED MODE]
screen will be displayed.
4444 Press ▲▼ to select [MEASURED
DATA].
5555 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [MEASURED DATA] screen will be
displayed.
6666 Use the colorimeter to measure
the luminance (Y) and chromaticity
coordinates (x, y)
7777 Press ▲▼ to select the colors, and
press ◄► to select their values.
zz If [AUTO TEST PATTERN] is turned [ON],
the test pattern of the selected color is
displayed.
8888 After all the data has been input,
press <MENU> button.
zz The [709MODE] or [MEASURED MODE]
screen will be displayed.
QQ
Inputting the coordinates of a desired
color (only [MEASURED])
9999 Press ▲▼ to select [TARGET
DATA].
1111 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [TARGET DATA] screen will be
displayed.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select the desired
colors, and press ◄► to input
their coordinates.
zz If [AUTO TEST PATTERN] is turned [ON],
the test pattern of the selected color is
displayed.
11111 After all the data has been input,
press <MENU> button.
Note
zz If [709MODE] has been selected as the [COLOR
MATCHING] setting, the 3 primary colors defined by the
ITU-R BT.709 standard will be set as the target data.
zz If the target data is outside the color range of the
projector, the colors will not be projected correctly.
LARGE SCREEN
CORRECTION
When viewing images close up on a large screen,
you can correct the colors that appear lighter on the
screen so that they appear the same as the colors
that would appear on a normal-sized screen.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [LARGE SCREEN
CORRECTION].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [LARGE SCREEN
CORRECTION].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF (No
correction)
1 (Low)
2 (High)
SCREEN SETTING
(PT-DZ8700/PT-DS8500 only)
Set this in accordance with the screen you are using.
When the projection image aspect ratio is changed,
the projector makes corrections to ensure the optimal
images for the set screen size.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SCREEN
SETTING].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [SCREEN SETTING] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [SCREEN
FORMAT].
JJPT-DZ8700U
16 : 10
4:3
16 : 9
JJPT-DS8500U
4:3
16 : 9
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Settings
3333 Press <ENTER> button.
DISPLAY OPTION menu
4444 Press ◄► to adjust [SCREEN
POSITION].
zz In the case of the PT-DZ8700U :
When [SCREEN FORMAT] is [16 : 9]
Adjustment range: -60 to +60
When [SCREEN FORMAT] is [4 : 3]
Adjustment range: -160 to +160
zz In the case of the PT-DS8500U, you can adjust
the setting from -132 to +131.
JJAdjust the waveform
Project the brightness adjustment signal from, for
example, a commercially available adjustment disc
(0% [0 IRE or 7.5 IRE] - 100 % [100 IRE]) and adjust
the waveform.
Note
WAVEFORM MONITOR
Image
displayable
area
50%
0%
QQAdjusting brightness
This function displays the waveform of the input signal
from a connected peripheral device.
You can check if the image output (BRIGHTNESS)
signal level is within the range recommended by this
projector and adjust it as necessary.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [WAVEFORM
MONITOR].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [WAVEFORM
MONITOR].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
ON
Settings
3333 Press the <MENU> button twice to turn
off the menu screen.
4444 Select any horizontal line with the ▲▼.
Line selection
(BRIGHTNRSS)
Line selection
(RED)
Line selection
(BLUE)
Line selection
(GREEN)
Note
zz Setting can also be performed using the <FUNCTION>
button. (Æpage 84)
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100%
Monitor position
(PT-DZ8700 only)
OFF
Signal level
zz [SCREEN POSITION] cannot be adjusted when
[SCREEN FORMAT] is [16 : 10] (PT-DZ8700U) or [4 : 3]
(PT-DS8500U).
1111 Select [Line selection (BRIGHTNRSS)]
in the waveform monitor.
2222 Adjust the black level.
zz In [BRIGHTNESS] of on-screen menu
[PICTURE], adjust the 0 % of the black level of
the image signal to the position corresponding
to 0% on the waveform monitor.
3333 Adjust the white level.
zz In [CONTRAST] of on-screen menu [PICTURE],
adjust the 100 % of the while level of the image
signal to the position corresponding to 100 %
on the waveform monitor.
QQAdjusting RED, GREEN, and BLUE
1111 Set [COLOR TEMPERATURE] to
[USER1] or [USER2]. (Æpage 54)
2222 Select [Line selection (RED)] in the
waveform monitor.
3333 Adjust the dark portion of RED.
zz In [RED] of [WHITE BALANCE LOW], adjust
the 0 % of the black level of the image signal
to the position corresponding to 0 % on the
waveform monitor. (Æpage 54)
DISPLAY OPTION menu
zz In [RED] of [WHITE BALANCE HIGH], adjust
the 100 % of the white level of the image signal
to the position corresponding to 100 % on the
waveform monitor. (Æpage 54)
5555 Adjust [GREEN] and [BLUE] in a
similar manner.
Note
zz When the DVI-D signal, HDMI signal, or SDI signal is
inputted, check that the [DVI SIGNAL LEVEL], [HDMI
SIGNAL LEVEL], and [SDI SIGNAL LEVEL] are correctly
set before adjusting the black level.
zz The keystone cannot be applied to the waveform monitor
display.
zz The waveform monitor cannot be displayed in the [P IN P]
mode.
zz If the [P IN P] mode is set while the waveform is being
monitored, the waveform monitor will turn off.
zz The waveform monitor is not displayed while the onscreen display is off.
AUTO SETUP
Use this setting when adjusting a specific or oblong
(16:9, etc.) signal.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [AUTO SETUP].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [AUTO SETUP] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [MODE].
4444 Press ◄► to switch [MODE].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
WIDE
To receive signals of which the
image aspect is wide
(applicable resolution: 720 × 400,
848 × 480, 1 280 × 720,
1 024 × 600, 1 120 × 750,
1 440 × 900, 1 680 × 1 050)
USER
To receive signals of specific
horizontal resolution (number of
horizontally displayed dots)
You can turn ON/OFF automatically detecting system
of the AUTO SETUP feature.
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
ON
OFF
Only when <AUTO SETUP> button
is pressed, the projected image
position will be adjusted.
ON
If unregistered signals are input
when [ON] is selected, auto setup
will be initiated automatically.
USER
To receive signals of which image
aspect is 4:3 or 5:4
(applicable resolution : 640 × 400,
640 × 480, 800 × 600, 832 × 624,
960 × 720, 1 024 × 768,
1 152 × 864, 1 152 × 870,
1 280 × 960, 1 280 × 1 024,
1 600 × 1 200, 1 400 × 1 050)
AUTO SIGNAL
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [AUTO SIGNAL].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [AUTO SIGNAL].
WIDE
5555 If [USER] is selected, press ◄► to
enter the horizontal resolution of
signal source into [DISPLAY DOTS].
6666 Press <ENTER> button.
zz Execute automatic adjustment. A message
“PROGRESS...” appears during automatic
adjustment. When the adjustment is complete,
the system returns to the input screen.
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Settings
4444 Adjust the light portion of RED.
DISPLAY OPTION menu
JJAdjusting the position
RGB IN (Only RGB input)
automatically
111 Select [POSITION ADJUST] in step 3).
222 Press ◄► to switch [POSITION
ADJUST].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
ON
OFF
Automatic adjustment is off.
ON
Screen position and size are
adjusted during AUTO SETUP
operation.
JJAdjusting the signal level
automatically
111 Select [SIGNAL LEVEL ADJUST] in
step 3).
222 Press ◄► to switch [SIGNAL LEVEL
ADJUST].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
ON
OFF
Automatic adjustment is off.
ON
The black level (On-screen menu
[BRIGHTNESS]) and white level
(On-screen menu [CONTRAST])
are adjusted during AUTO SETUP
operation.
Settings
Note
Change this setting to change the input impedance of
the synchronous signal input.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [RGB IN].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [RGB IN] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [RGB1 SYNC
TERMINAL] or [RGB2 SYNC
TERMINAL].
4444 Press ◄► to switch.
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
LOW
HIGH
LOW
Input impedance is set to [LOW].
HIGH
Input impedance is set to [HIGH].
DVI-D IN
Change this setting if video does not display normally
when the projector and an external device are
connected via DVI.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DVI-D IN].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [DVI-D IN] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [DVI EDID].
4444 Press ◄► to switch [DVI EDID].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
EDID3
zz If the input image is not a still image with a clear
difference between black and white, the [SIGNAL LEVEL
ADJUST] function may not operate normally.
EDID1
EDID2 : PC
EDID3
Switch between fine settings for a
moving image and for a still image.
EDID1
Mainly select this when an external
device (DVD player, etc.) for
outputting video signals of a moving
image system is connected to DVI-D
IN.
EDID2 : PC
Mainly use this when an external
device (PC, etc.) for outputting video
signals of a still image system is
connected to DVI-D IN.
5555 Press ▲▼ to select [DVI SIGNAL
LEVEL].
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DISPLAY OPTION menu
6666 Press ◄► to switch [DVI SIGNAL
LEVEL].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
0-255 : PC
0-255 : PC
16-235
16-235
Select this when, for example,
an external device (PC, etc.) is
connected via the DVI terminal
output.
Select this when, for example, an
external device (DVD player, etc.)
is connected via the HDMI terminal
output using a conversion cable.
Note
zz The optimal setting differs depending on the output
setting of the connected external device. Refer to the
instruction manual of the external device.
zz If the setting is changed, the data for plug and play
changes. For the plug and play compatible resolutions,
refer to “List of compatible signals” (Æpage 122).
SDI IN (PT-DZ8700/PT-DS8500 only)
You can select signal amplitude type.
Available with YPBPR or RGB of HD-SDI signal.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SDI IN].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [SDI IN] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [SDI SIGNAL
LEVEL].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
64-940
4-1019
64-940
Normal setting
4-1019
For when grey color is too close to
black
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
The user can specify the on-screen display.
Change this setting if video does not display normally
when the projector and an external device are
connected via HDMI.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [HDMI IN].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [HDMI IN] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [HDMI SIGNAL
LEVEL].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
0-1023
0-1023
64-940
64-940
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select the desired item,
and press ◄► to change the setting.
JJOSD POSITION
This sets the position of the on-screen display
(OSD).
2 (Left center
of the screen)
Select this when, for example, a DVI
terminal output of an external device
(PC etc.) is connected to HDMI IN
using a conversion cable, etc.
1 (Top left
of the screen)
Select this when, for example,
an HDMI terminal output of an
external device (DVD player, etc.) is
connected to HDMI IN.
9 (Bottom right
of the screen)
Note
zz The optimal setting differs depending on the output
setting of the connected external device. Refer to the
instruction manual for the external device.
zz The displayed HDMI signal level is the value when the
input is 30 bit.
3 (Bottom left
of the screen)
4 (Top center
of the screen)
5 (Center
of the screen)
8 (Right center
of the screen)
6 (Bottom center
of the screen)
7 (Top right
of the screen)
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Settings
HDMI IN
DISPLAY OPTION menu
JJOSD DESIGN
Note
This sets the color of the on-screen display (OSD).
1 : Yellow
2 : Blue
6 : Brown
3 : White
5 : Pink
4 : Green
JJOSD MEMORY
The current menu cursor position will be retained
temporarily unless the projector switched off.
ON
OFF
zz Separate software is required in order to create the
pictures to use for [LOGO1]. Consult your dealer.
STARTUP LOGO
This sets the startup logo that is projected when the
power is turned on.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [STARTUP LOGO].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [STARTUP LOGO].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
LOGO2
NONE
LOGO1
JJINPUT GUIDE
This sets whether to display the currently
selected input guide at the position set for [OSD
POSITION].
ON
OFF
JJWARNING MESSAGE
OFF
LOGO1
No startup logo is projected.
The picture registered by the user
will be projected.
zz Separate software is required in order to create the
pictures to use for [LOGO1]. Consult your dealer.
zz STARTUP LOGO will be displayed for 15 seconds.
FREEZE
BACK COLOR
This sets the color for the projection screen when no
signals are being input.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [BACK COLOR].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [BACK COLOR].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
Settings
◄► is pressed.
BLUE
BLACK
LOGO2
LOGO1
BLUE
The entire projection area will
appear blue.
BLACK
The entire projection area will
appear black.
LOGO1
The picture registered by the user
will be projected in the projection
area.
LOGO2
The Panasonic logo is projected.
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NONE
The Panasonic logo is projected.
Note
This sets the display of warning messages.
ON
LOGO2
You can freeze the projected image and stop the
sound temporarily, regardless of the playing condition
of the connected device.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [FREEZE].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz Press <MENU> button to escape.
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [INSTALLATION].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [INSTALLATION].
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
zz The setting will change as follows each time
(Æpage 50).
◄► is pressed.
The projector has an ID number setting function that
helps the user to control two or more projectors either
simultaneously or separately with a single remote
control.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [PROJECTOR ID].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [PROJECTOR ID].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
ALL
1
64
2
Note
zz The ID number can be set to [ALL], or selected from [1]
to [64].
zz If the projectors are given ID numbers, their remote
controls must be assigned the same ID numbers,
respectively.
zz If the ID number of a projector is set to [ALL], it can be
controlled by the remote control or the PC with any ID
number.
If multiple projectors are used and some of them
have their IDs set to “ALL”, they cannot be controlled
separately from the projectors with other ID numbers.
For details on remote control ID setting, refer to “Setting
projector ID number to remote control” (Æpage 20).
INSTALLATION
A projection scheme can be chosen depending on
the installation of the projector. If the picture is shown
upside down or in reverse, change the projection
scheme.
zz Select the setting by displaying the on-screen
indications using buttons of the remote control or
the control panel on the main unit.
FRONT/CEILING
REAR/CEILING
REAR/FLOOR
FRONT/
FLOOR
Setting on a desk/floor and
projecting from front
FRONT/
CEILING
Mounting on the ceiling and
projecting from front
REAR/
FLOOR
Setting on a desk/floor and
projecting from rear
REAR/
CEILING
Mounting on the ceiling and
projecting from rear
HIGH ALTITUDE MODE
If you use the projector at high elevation (1 400 m to
2 700 m), the [HIGH ALTITUDE MODE] setting needs
to be [ON] to set the fan speed high.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [HIGH ALTITUDE
MODE].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [HIGH ALTITUDE
MODE] and press <ENTER> to select.
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
ON
OFF
Select this when using in normal
environment (less than 1 400 m
above sea level)
ON
Select this when using at high
altitude (above 1 400 m and less
than 2 700 m above sea level)
3333 When the confirmation message is
displayed, select [OK] or [CANCEL].
Note
zz The loudness of fan noise depends on the [HIGH
ALTITUDE MODE] setting.
zz The separately-sold Smoke Cut Filter cannot be used
when the [HIGH ALTITUDE MODE] is [ON].
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Settings
PROJECTOR ID
FRONT/FLOOR
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
COOLING CONDITION
You can control the fan speed for projecting
angle. When the projector is angled, [COOLING
CONDITION] setting must be set correctly. Failure to
observe this may result in malfunctions, or the life of
the lamp or the other components may be shortened.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [COOLING
CONDITION].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [COOLING CONDITION] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select cooling condition.
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
5555 When the confirmation message is
displayed, select [OK] or [CANCEL].
VERTICAL UP
SETTING
FLOOR
SETTING
30°
30°
30°
30°
CEILING
SETTING
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [LAMP RELAY].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
LAMP SELECT
zz The [LAMP RELAY] screen is displayed and the
You can select a lamp lighting pattern for using
environment.
Settings
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [LAMP SELECT].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [LAMP SELECT].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
DUAL
LAMP1
All lamps will light.
SINGLE
Selects a lamp with shorter duration
of use.
LAMP1
Selects the Lamp unit 1.
LAMP2
Selects the Lamp unit 2.
3333 Press <ENTER> button.
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adjustment mode (flashing) is activated.
3333 Press ◄► to select [HOUR] or
[MINUTE] and use ▲▼ to adjust the
time.
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The lamp relay is set to the selected time.
SINGLE
LAMP2
LAMP RELAY
If using the projector for a continuous period of
24 hours or more, this setting can be used to
automatically switch the lamps that are turned on in
order to reduce the lamp deterioration that can occur
as a result of continuous use.
VERTICAL DOWN
SETTING
DUAL
Note
zz If, in the [SINGLE], [LAMP1] or [LAMP2] mode, one lamp
remains off or the currently active lamp exceeds 3 000
hours of cumulative operating time (when [HIGH] is
selected as the [LAMP POWER] setting), the other lamp
will light.
If, in the [DUAL] mode, one lamp remains off or the
currently active lamp exceeds 3 000 hours of cumulative
operating time (when [HIGH] is selected as the [LAMP
POWER] setting), the other lamp alone will light.
However, if both lamps remain off or the 3 000 hours of
cumulative operating time (when [HIGH] is selected as
the [LAMP POWER] setting) are exceeded, the projector
will enter the standby mode.
zz The colors of the items indicate the status.
Green→Current setting
Yellow→Current setting
(when a lamp fails or fails to light)
Red→Lamp that has failed to light
White→Any other status
zz If the projector is repeatedly used for short periods of
time, the lamps will need to be replaced more frequently.
OFF Û
00 : 59
00 : 00
(Unit: 1 hour or
1 minute)
00 : 01
½½½ When setting the [MINUTE], irrespective of the
set value for [HOUR], please adjust and set in the
following order of 59 minutes, [OFF], 00 minutes.
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
Note
zz Only when [DUAL] or [SINGLE] is selected in [LAMP
SELECT], [LAMP RELAY] is available
zz If [DUAL] is selected in [LAMP SELECT], only one lamp
is turned on for four hours after the set time.
zz The setting time will be the local time.
(Æpage 84)
zz The time can be input directly using the numeral keys on
the remote control.
zz If the filter is running low, only one lamp will light even
when [DUAL] is selected. The lamps will light as normal
once the filter has been replaced and the residual filter
has been reset.
LAMP POWER
The luminance of the projection lamp can be changed
depending on user’s needs or the viewing conditions.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [LAMP POWER].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [LAMP POWER].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
HIGH
HIGH
LOW
LOW
Set when high brightness is
necessary.
Set when high brightness is not
necessary.
Note
zz When set to [LOW], it is possible to reduce power
consumption, reduce operating noise and extend lamp
service life.
2222 Press ◄► to adjust.
Adjustment
Operation
Adjustment
range
Max. quantity
Brightness of brightness
control
Press ►.
Increases
Decreases
Press ◄.
Decreases
Increases
Maximum
value 100 %
Minimum
value 20 %
Note
zz When using one projector, the maximum quantity of
brightness control is obtained by subtracting the value
of [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL GAIN] from 100 %. If the
[BRIGHTNESS CONTROL GAIN] is set to 100 %, the
maximum quantity of control is 0 % and the brightness
cannot be corrected using the brightness control function.
zz The brightness will not stabilize for 8 minutes after the
lamp is turned on. Make adjustments after at least eight
minutes has elapsed after the power is turned on.
zz The adjustment in [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL GAIN]
will be reflected in all of the image signals, internal test
pattern, and on-screen menu.
zz [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL GAIN] remains effective even
if [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL SETUP] is [OFF].
JJBRIGHTNESS CONTROL SETUP
This function is used to set the operation of the
brightness control.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL SETUP].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL SETUP] screen
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
This projector has a built-in brightness sensor
for measuring the lamp power and a function for
correcting the screen brightness according to the
change in lamp power.
With this function, you can reduce changes in
brightness caused by aging of the lamps when
multiple screens are projected using multiple
projectors, or minimize any fluctuations in brightness.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [MODE].
4444 Press ◄► to switch [MODE].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
OFF
JJBRIGHTNESS CONTROL GAIN
This function is used to adjust the brightness
when multiple screens are projected using multiple
projectors.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL GAIN].
AUTO
PC
Brightness correction with the
brightness sensor is not performed.
AUTO
Brightness is corrected with the
brightness sensor. If lamp power
changes, screen brightness will correct
automatically.
PC
Nine or more projectors are operated
simultaneously using a computer and
the [Multi Projector Monitoring & Control
Software].
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Settings
will be displayed.
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
QQWhen [MODE] is set to [AUTO]
5555 Press ▲▼ to select [LINK].
6666 Press ◄► to switch [LINK].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
GROUP A
GROUP D
GROUP C
GROUP B
OFF
Brightness is corrected using the
brightness sensor of one of the
projectors, without linking with other
projectors.
A smaller [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
GAIN] value means the constant
brightness can be maintained for longer.
GROUP
A-D
Brightness is corrected using brightness
sensors of multiple projectors linked
with each other.
Up to 4 groups from A to D can be set
within the same sub-network using
the network function that links multiple
projectors.
Up to 8 projectors can be registered in
1 group and linked with each other.
7777 Press ▲▼ to select [APPLY].
8888 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The selected [MODE] and [LINK] are activated,
Settings
then the [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL STATUS]
screen will be displayed.
zz If <ENTER> button is pressed while [MODE] of
the brightness control is not switched to [OFF],
the lamp power at the time is saved as the
reference power.
zz If <ENTER> button is pressed while [LINK] is
[GROUP A - D], the group name is displayed on
the screens of the projectors that are set in the
same group.
LINK
GROUP A
Note
zz When setting [MODE] of the brightness control to [AUTO]
or [PC], execute brightness control with the shutter open
for at least 2 minutes.
zz If the shutter is closed within about 10 minutes after
the lamp is turned on while the brightness control is set
to [MODE], [AUTO], or [PC], the brightness cannot be
measured. In this case, the brightness may be corrected
about 2 minutes after the shutter is opened.
zz While [MODE] of the brightness control is set to [AUTO]
or [PC], the [DYNAMIC IRIS] function is kept [OFF (No
correction)].
zz While [MODE] of the brightness control is set to [AUTO]
or [PC], the [LAMP POWER] is fixed to [HIGH] or [LOW].
When changing the lamp power, return [MODE] of the
brightness control to [OFF], then change the lamp power
and adjust the brightness control again.
zz While [MODE] of the brightness control is set to [AUTO]
or [PC], the lamp power is measured automatically
about 8 minutes after the lamp is turned on and then
corrected so that the screen brightness will be the same
as the reference brightness when the brightness control
is executed. The lamp power is not measured for about
8 minutes after the lamp is turned on as it does not
stabilize within this period.
zz While [MODE] of the brightness control is set to [AUTO],
if the lamp is kept on for more than 25 hours, the
brightness is corrected automatically every 25 hours.
zz While [LAMP SELECT] is set to [DUAL] and [MODE]
is set to [AUTO], if the lamp goes off, the brightness is
corrected as much as possible about 1 minute after.
zz While [MODE] of the brightness control is set to [AUTO]
and [LINK] is set to [OFF], the brightness is corrected
until the maximum quantity of correction is achieved.
zz The brightness may be dispersed largely because of dust
sticking to the lens, screen, or inside of the projector,
depending on the environment in which the projector has
been installed.
zz If the brightness fluctuates significantly because of aging
of the lamp or if the lamp has been replaced, re-adjust
the brightness control.
JJBRIGHTNESS CONTROL STATUS
This function displays the status of the brightness
control.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL STATUS].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL STATUS]
screen will be displayed.
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PROJECTOR SETUP menu
QQWhen [MODE] of brightness control is
[OFF]
The state that the brightness control is OFF is
displayed.
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL STATUS
MODE
OFF
PROJECTOR2
QQWhen [MODE] of brightness control
is set to [AUTO] and [LINK] is set to
[GROUP A - D]
The brightness control of up to 8 projectors linked
with each other, including the projector operated
using the on-screen menu, is displayed.
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL STATUS
LINK
MENU
RETURN
GROUP A
PROJECTOR2
192.168.  0.  9
1:
PROJECTOR1
192.168.  0.  8
2:
PROJECTOR3
192.168.  0.  10
3:
The name of this projector is displayed.
QQWhen [MODE] of brightness control is
4:
5:
6:
[AUTO] and [LINK] is [OFF]
7:
The state that the LINK is OFF is displayed.
UPDATE
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL STATUS
LINK
OFF
MENU SELECT
MENU
RETURN
The name of this projector is displayed.
The state is indicated by color.
GREEN : The brightness can be corrected by a
significant margin.
YELLOW : The brightness can no longer be
corrected by a significant margin.
RED : There is an error in brightness control.
The group to be linked is displayed.
The name and IP address of this projector are
displayed.
The projector name and IP address of the
same group detected through the network are
displayed.
The state is indicated by color.
GREEN : The brightness can be corrected by a
significant margin.
YELLOW : The brightness can no longer be
corrected by a significant margin.
RED : There is an error in brightness control.
An error message is displayed.
The information is updated.
If the message of [Failed to apply BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL to some projectors.] is displayed, the
projectors indicated in red are not linked.
Press ▲▼ to select a projector indicated in red,
then press <ENTER> button to display the details
of the error.
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Settings
PROJECTOR2
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
zz Details of error
Error message
QQWhen [MODE] of brightness control is
Remedial measure
•• Limit number of
[Exceed maximum
number of projectors.]
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL STATUS
projectors in same group
to 8.
•• When linking 9 or
more projectors, use a
computer and the [Multi
Projector Monitoring &
Control Software].
•• Turn [ON] the
[COMMAND CONTROL]
on the on-screen menu
[NETWORK CONTROL]
for the projector with the
[Please check the
error display.
COMMAND CONTROL
•• Set [COMMAND
setting.]
PORT] of [NETWORK
CONTROL] of all linked
projectors to the same
value.
[Please check the
USER NAME and
PASSWORD in the
COMMAND CONTROL
setting.]
[Cannot apply
BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL. Please
check projector status.]
•• Set the [USER NAME]
and [PASSWORD] for the
administrator authority for
[WEB CONTROL] of all
the linked projectors to
the same text string.
•• Projector is in standby
state. Turn on power.
•• There is a fault in the
Settings
[Brightness Sensor
Error]
brightness sensor. If the
fault is not corrected by
turning the power off and
back on, consult your
dealer.
Note
zz If the linked projectors are not listed, check the following.
•• The devices on the network all have different IP
addresses.
•• The LAN cable is connected correctly. (Æpage 95)
•• The sub-nets of the projectors are the same.
•• The [LINKS] are set in the same group.
zz For changing the projector name, refer to “NETWORK
SETUP” of “NETWORK menu” (Æpage 94) or “ Network
config page” (Æpage 106).
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set to [PC]
MODE
PC
PROJECTOR2
MENU
RETURN
The name of this projector is displayed.
The state is indicated by color.
GREEN : The brightness can be corrected by a
significant margin.
YELLOW : The brightness can no longer be
corrected by a significant margin.
RED : There is an error in brightness control.
JJExample of adjustment procedure
for brightness control
The following is an example of adjustment procedure
for linking the brightness of 8 projectors that form a
network.
1111 Connect all the projectors to the hub
using the LAN cables. (Æpage 5)
2222 Turn on the power in all projectors.
3333 Ensure [LAMP SELECT] of all the
projectors are either all set to [DUAL]
or all set to [SINGLE].
4444 Set [MODE] of [BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL SETUP] to [OFF], and
select [APPLY].
5555 Set [SUBNET MASK] of all the
projectors to the same value and set
their [IP ADDRESS] to different values
so that network communication can
be performed.
6666 Wait at least 8 minutes until the lamp
power stabilizes.
7777 Set all the items in the [PICTURE]
menu of all the projectors to the same
value.
8888 To match the color, adjust [COLOR
MATCHING].
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
9999 Display the internal test pattern [ALL
WHITE] on all projectors.
1111 Set [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL GAIN]
of all projectors to 100 %.
1111 Set [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL GAIN]
of the darkest projector to 90 %.
1111 Adjust [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
GAIN] of the other projectors to that
of the projector that was set to 90 %.
1111 Set [MODE] of [BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL SETUP] of all projectors to
[AUTO] and set [LINK] to [GROUP A].
1111 [APPLY] [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
SETUP] of all projectors and press
<ENTER> button.
zz Brightness control will commence.
Note
zz The brightness is corrected automatically each time the
lamps are turned on using the power switch etc.
zz If the brightness fluctuates significantly or the lamp has
been replaced, re-adjust the brightness control.
SCHEDULE
This sets the command execution schedule for each
day of the week.
JJHow to enable the SCHEDULE
function
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SCHEDULE].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [SCHEDULE].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
ON
OFF
Note
zz If [SCHEDULE] is set to [ON], the setting for [STANDBY
MODE] is automatically set to [NORMAL] and cannot be
changed. Even if [SCHEDULE] is then set to [OFF] when
in this state, the setting of [STANDBY MODE] remains at
[NORMAL].
JJHow to assign a program
1111 With [SCHEDULE] switched to [ON],
press <ENTER> button.
zz The [SCHEDULE] screen will be displayed.
You can select the electrical consumption while in
standby mode.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [STANDBY MODE].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [STANDBY
MODE].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
NORMAL
2222 Select and assign program to each day
of week.
zz Press ▲▼ to select a day of week and press
◄► to select a program number.
zz You can set the program from No.1 to No.7.
“- - -” indicates that the program number has
not been set yet.
JJHow to set a program
You can set up to 16 commands to each program.
ECO
Note
zz With [ECO] setting, NETWORK function, RS-232C output
and some of RS-232C commands are not available.
When switch on the projector, projection will start about
10 seconds late.
1111 On the [SCHEDULE] screen, press ▲▼
to select [PROGRAM EDIT].
2222 Press ◄► to select a program number
to be set and press <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select a command
number and press <ENTER> button.
zz You can change the page using ◄►.
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Settings
STANDBY MODE
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
4444 Press ▲▼ to select [TIME] or
[COMMAND] and change the setting
according to the instructions of the
menu.
TIME
Set the time at which the command
will be executed using ▲▼ or numeral
buttons.
Select a command to execute at the
set time from the following.
•• POWER ON
•• INPUT SDI Û
•• STANDBY
•• LAMP POWER
•• SHUTTER
HIGH
•• LAMP POWER
OPEN
•• SHUTTER
LOW
COMMAND
•• LAMP DUAL
CLOSE
•• INPUT RGB1
•• LAMP SINGLE
•• INPUT RGB2
•• P IN P OFF
•• INPUT VIDEO
•• P IN P USER1
•• INPUT S-VIDEO •• P IN P USER2
•• INPUT DVI-D
•• P IN P USER3
•• INPUT HDMI
½½½ PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only
5555 Press ▲▼ to select [STORE] and
press <ENTER> button.
Note
Settings
zz If you try to register a setting that would cause the
lamp to flash for a short time, an error message will be
displayed on the screen. Set the [TIME] and [COMMAND]
again.
zz To delete a command which has been set, press
<DEFAULT> button.
zz If multiple commands have been set for the same time,
they are executed in chronological order starting from the
smallest command number.
zz The setting time operates under the local time.
(Æpage 84)
zz If an operation is executed with the remote control or
control panel of the projector or with a control command
before the command set in the schedule is executed, the
command set with this function may not be executed.
RS-232C
This sets the communication parameters at the serial
terminals.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [RS-232C].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [RS-232C] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select communication
conditions.
4444 press ◄► to change the setting.
Note
zz Refer to “Serial terminal” (Æpage 117).
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JJSelecting items in [EMULATE]
When using the control commands for one of our
projectors that you have previously purchased to
control this projector using a computer via its serial
input terminal, set up the EMULATE function as
follows. This will allow you to use the control software
etc. designed for our existing projectors.
111
222
333
444
Select [EMULATE] in step 3).
Press <ENTER> button.
Press ▲▼ to select the required item.
Press <ENTER> button.
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DZ8700 Series, DS8500 Series,
DW8300 Series, D5000 Series,
D6000 Series, DW6300 Series,
DZ6700 Series, DZ6710 Series
D9610
SERIES
D9510 Series, D9610 Series,
D9500 Series, D9600 Series,
D8500 Series, D8600 Series
D7700
SERIES
D7500 Series, D7600 Series,
D7700 Series, DW7000 Series
L6500
SERIES
L6500 Series, L6510 Series,
L6600 Series
JJAbout [EMULATE SETTING]
This sets which input signal can be selected using the
input signal change command when a projector of a
specific model is used with the emulate function.
111 Select [EMULATE SETTING] in step 3).
222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [EMULATE SETTING] screen will be
displayed.
QQWhen the D9610 Series is selected
111 Press ▲▼ to select input signal
[VIDEO], [S-VIDEO], [RGB1], [DVI-D] or
[SDI].
zz [RGB2] and [HDMI] cannot be selected.
zz [SDI] is not shown for PT-DW8300U.
222 Press ◄► to select the input signal
change command to be assigned to
the selected input signal.
zz Selectable input signal change commands
When RGB1 is selected:
[INPUT1], [INPUT2], [INPUT3], [INPUT
RGB], [NONE]
For all other instances:
[INPUT1], [INPUT2], [INPUT3], [NONE]
zz The same input signal change command
cannot be assigned to multiple input signals.
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
111 Press ▲▼ to select input signal
[DVI-D] or [SDI].
zz [RGB1], [RGB2], [VIDEO], [S-VIDEO] and
[HDMI] cannot be selected.
Since [RGB1], [RGB2], [VIDEO], and [S-VIDEO]
are already installed on the projector, another
input signal change command cannot be
assigned.
zz [SDI] is not shown for PT-DW8300U.
222 Press ◄► to select the input signal
change command to be assigned to
the selected input signal.
zz The signal change command can be selected
to either [AUX] or [NONE].
zz The same input signal change command
cannot be assigned to both [DVI-D] and [SDI].
STATUS
Displays the status of the projector.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [STATUS].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ◄► to move to the next page.
INPUT
SIGNAL NAME
SIGNAL
FREQUENCY
PROJECTOR
RUNTIME
Displays the input selection
state.
Displays the input signal name.
Displays the frequency of the
input signal.
Displays the projector runtime.
Displays the lighting time of
LAMP1
LAMP1.
Displays the lighting time of
LAMP2 *1
LAMP2.
INTAKE
Displays the intake air
AIR TEMP.
temperature of the projector.
OPTICS
Displays the temperature inside
MODULE TEMP. the projector.
AROUND
Displays the temperature around
LAMP TEMP.
the lamp of the projector.
REMAINING
Displays the filter remaining
FILTER
quantity.
QUANTITY *2
PROJECTOR
Displays type of projector.
TYPE
SERIAL
Displays the serial number of the
NUMBER
projector.
*1
LAMP UNIT
Displays the component number
MODEL NO.
of the lamp unit.
LAMP1 SERIAL Displays the serial number for
NUMBER
lamp1.
LAMP2 SERIAL Displays the serial number for
NUMBER
lamp2.
Displays the main version of the
MAIN VERSION
firmware of the projector unit.
Displays the sub version of the
SUB VERSION
firmware of the projector unit.
NETWORK
Displays the network version of
VERSION
the projector unit.
EMULATE
Displays the set emulate mode.
zz POWER ON TIMES :
Displays the number of times
the power has been turned
on.
zz LAMP1 ON :
ON COUNT
Displays the number of times
LAMP1 has been lit.
zz LAMP2 ON :
Displays the number of times
LAMP2 has been lit.
Displays the lighting time of
LAMP1
LAMP1. (HIGH or LOW)
Displays the lighting time of
LAMP2
LAMP2. (HIGH or LOW)
NUMBER OF
Displays the number of
ENTRY SIGNAL registered signals.
REMOTE2
Displays [REMOTE 2 IN] control
STATUS
status.
AC VOLTAGE Displays the AC voltage state.
*****
Lamp replacement time =
LAMP POWER [HIGH] lighting time +
(LAMP POWER [LOW] lighting time x 3 ÷ 4)
***** REMAINING FILTER QUANTITY
If the remaining quantity of ACF becomes 8%,
the status display turns yellow. If the remaining
quantity becomes 0%, the display turns red.
If the residual filter indication becomes yellow,
the remaining usable time is about 200 hours.
The time of 200 hours is for reference only. It
depends on the usage environment.
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Settings
QQWhen the D7700 Series is selected
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
NO SIGNAL SHUT-OFF
You can set the timer to switch off the power of the
projector after a certain period of time automatically
when no signal is detected.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [NO SIGNAL
SHUT-OFF].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [NO SIGNAL
SHUT-OFF].
DISABLE
10MIN. - 90MIN.
Deactivate the NO SIGNAL
SHUT-OFF.
FUNCTION BUTTON
You can assign a certain menu function to the
<FUNCTION> button as shortcut.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [FUNCTION
BUTTON].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [FUNCTION BUTTON] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select a function.
DISABLE
At intervals of 10 minutes.
P IN P
REMOTE2 MODE
You can customize the [REMOTE 2 IN] terminal
function.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [REMOTE2 MODE].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [REMOTE2
MODE].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
DEFAULT
USER
SUB
MEMORY
Changes between OFF/USER1/
USER2/USER3 in P IN P.
(Æpage 87)
Displays the assigned SUB MEMORY
LIST. (Æpage 90)
SYSTEM Switches [SYSTEM SELECTOR]
SELECTOR options. (Æpage 57)
SYSTEM
DAYLIGHT
VIEW
FREEZE
L6500 SERIES
Deactivate the <FUNCTION> button.
Switches [SYSTEM DAYLIGHT
VIEW] options. (Æpage 55)
Freezes the image.
WAVEFORM Displays the waveform of the input
MONITOR Û signal.
½½½ PT-DZ8700U only
Settings
DEFAULT
The pin assignment of the [REMOTE
2 IN] terminal is used as the projector
default setting. (Æpage 120)
USER
This is used for changing the settings
for the REMOTE2 terminal.
Any settings you make for pins 2
to 8 become valid once you press
<ENTER> button.
L6500
SERIES
Use the setting for L6500-compatible
REMOTE 2 terminal.
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
DATE AND TIME
This lets you set the time zone and the current date
and time for the projector’s internal clock.
JJSetting the TIME ZONE
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DATE AND TIME].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [TIME ZONE].
4444 Press ◄► to switch [TIME ZONE].
JJAdjusting the date and time
manually
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DATE AND TIME].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [ADJUST CLOCK].
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PROJECTOR SETUP menu
zz The [ADJUST CLOCK] screen will be displayed.
5555 Press ▲▼ to select the item to be set,
and press ◄► to set the local time.
6666 Press ▲▼ to select [APPLY], and
press <ENTER> button.
zz This completes setting of the time.
JJAdjusting the date and time
automatically
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DATE AND TIME].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [ADJUST CLOCK].
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [ADJUST CLOCK] screen will be displayed.
5555 Press ▲▼ to select [NTP
SYNCHRONIZATION] and press ◄► to
switch to [ON].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
ON
6666 Press ▲▼ to select [APPLY], and
press <ENTER> button.
zz This completes setting of the time.
Note
zz To set the date and time automatically, the projector must
be connected to the network.
zz If synchronization with the NTP server fails just after
[NTP SYNCHRONIZATION] is turned [ON], or if [NTP
SYNCHRONIZATION] is turned [ON] while the NTP
server is not set, [NTP SYNCHRONIZATION] will return
to [OFF].
zz Access the projector via a web browser to set the NTP
server. (Æpage 106)
LENS CALIBRATION
This automatically sets the limit value of the lens shift
and the home position of the projector.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [LENS
CALIBRATION].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz A confirmation message will be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to select [OK], and press
<ENTER> button.
zz To stop, select [CANCEL].
zz The lens will move vertically and horizontally,
and the limit value of the lens shift and home
position are set automatically.
zz The lens will stop, completing the calibration.
Note
zz While lens calibration is being executed, a message
[PROGRESS] appears on the menu. The calibration
cannot be canceled halfway.
zz If the lens calibration has been correctly executed, a
message [COMPLETE] will appear. If the calibration has
not been correctly executed, a message [INCOMPLETE]
will appear.
FILTER COUNTER RESET
After you replaced the Auto Cleaning Filter (ACF),
[REMAINING FILTER] of [STATUS] need to be reset
to [0].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [FILTER COUNTER
RESET].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [RESET FILTER COUNTER?] screen will
be displayed.
3333 Press ◄► to select [OK], and press
<ENTER> button.
Note
■
zz For replacing ACF unit, refer to “ Procedure of ACF unit
replacement” (Æpage 109).
zz If the filter has not been installed, [OK] cannot be
selected.
zz The filter is wound during the resetting operation. Some
sound may be produced during the winding operation.
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Settings
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
PROJECTOR SETUP menu
SAVE ALL USER DATA
INITIALIZE
This saves various setting values as a backup to the
internal memory of the projector.
This returns various setting values to their factory
default settings.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SAVE ALL USER
DATA].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [INITIALIZE].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Enter the password set for the
[SECURITY PASSWORD].
zz The confirmation screen will be displayed.
4444 Press ◄► to select [OK], and press
<ENTER> button.
LOAD ALL USER DATA
This loads various setting values that were saved as a
backup to the internal memory of the projector.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [LOAD ALL USER
DATA].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen will be
zz The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Enter the password set for the
[SECURITY PASSWORD].
zz The [INITIALIZE] screen will be displayed.
4444 Press ▲▼ to select the desired
initialize item.
ALL USER
DATA
All setting values including [ENTRY
SIGNAL], [NETWORK/E-MAIL], and
[LOGO IMAGE] are returned to their
factory default values.
The projector enters a standby state
in order to reflect the setting values.
ENTRY
SIGNAL
All setting values saved for each of
the input signals are cleared.
To clear just some registered
signals, perform the procedure
described in “Deleting a registered
data” (Æpage 89).
NETWORK/
E-MAIL
All setting values in [NETWORK
SETUP] and [E-mail setup] settings
will return to factory settings.
displayed.
3333 Enter the password set for the
[SECURITY PASSWORD].
zz The confirmation screen will be displayed.
4444 Press ◄► to select [OK], and press
<ENTER> button.
Note
Settings
zz If this is executed, the projector enters a standby state in
order to reflect the setting values.
The registered image data for
LOGO IMAGE [LOGO1] will return to factory
settings.
5555 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The confirmation screen will be displayed.
6666 Press ◄► to select [OK], and press
<ENTER> button.
SERVICE PASSWORD
This function is used by a service person.
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P IN P menu
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
2222 Press ▲▼ to select the desired setting
item, and press <ENTER> button.
zz The sub menu for the selected item appears.
(Æpage 50).
MAIN
WINDOW
The input terminal for the main window is
displayed. (Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
press <ENTER> button to switch to the item.)
SIZE :
The user can specify the display size of the
main window between 10 % and 100 %.
POSITION :
The user can specify the display position of
the main window on the screen.
SUB
WINDOW
The input terminal for the subwindow is
displayed. (Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
press <ENTER> button to switch to the item.)
SIZE :
The user can specify the display size of the
sub window between 10 % and 100 %.
POSITION :
The user can specify the display position of
the subwindow on the screen.
CLOCK PHASE :
Set this if the pictures flicker or their outlines
blur when the subwindow is RGB1 or RGB2.
(Set between 0 and 63)
FRAME
LOCK
The user can select the window to apply frame
lock. (Press ◄► to switch windows.)
[MAIN WINDOW] :
Frame lock is set for the input signals
specified for the main window.
[SUB WINDOW] :
Frame lock is set for the input signals
specified for the subwindow.
Using the P IN P function
Two videos can be projected simultaneously by
placing a separate small sub screen within the main
screen.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [P IN P].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [P IN P] screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [P IN P MODE],
and press <ENTER> button.
zz The [P IN P MODE] screen will be displayed.
4444 Press ▲▼ to select a function.
OFF
USER1
USER2
USER3
The P IN P function is not used.
The P IN P function is used with the
settings that were set in [Setting the
P IN P function].
5555 Press <ENTER> button.
TYPE
Setting the P IN P function
The settings of the P IN P function can be saved to
[USER1], [USER2], and [USER3].
1111 Select one of [USER1], [USER2], and
[USER3] modes in Step 4) of “Using
the P IN P function”, and press
<ENTER> button.
zz The setting screen for the selected mode is
displayed.
The user can select the window that is
displayed by priority when two windows
overlap. (Press ◄► to switch windows.)
[MAIN WINDOW] :
The main window is displayed by priority.
[SUB WINDOW] :
The subwindow is displayed by priority.
Note
zz The P IN P function is not available depending on the
input signals and the selected input terminals. Refer to
“Two window display combination list” (Æpage 121) for
details.
zz The main window’s picture adjustment values such as the
picture mode, gamma selection and color temperature
setting for the main window will be applied.
zz In the normal screen (when the menu is not displayed),
the ◄► buttons can be used to switch the size and
position of the main window and subwindow when the P
IN P function is on.
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Settings
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
TEST PATTERN menu
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
TEST PATTERN
Results of adjustment of the position, size and other
factors are not reflected in test patterns. Ensure the
input signal is displayed before performing various
kinds of setting.
1111 Press ◄► to select the required test
pattern.
JJCycle of displayed internal test
patterns
The setting will change as follows each time ◄►
is pressed.
Settings
MENU screen
+
Focus
MENU screen
+
Entry screen
MENU screen
+
Color bars
(HORIZONTAL)
MENU screen
+
All white
MENU screen
+
Color bars
(VERTICAL)
MENU screen
+
All black
MENU screen
+
Window (inversion)
MENU screen
+
Flag
MENU screen
+
Window
MENU screen
+
Flag (inversion)
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SIGNAL LIST menu
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
Renaming a registered data
1111 Press ▲▼◄► to select the required
signal data.
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [REGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS] screen
will be displayed.
zz Displays the character list.
zz Press <MENU> button to return to the
[REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST] screen.
JJREGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS
zz The name can be set for each sub memory.
zz MEMORY NO. : A1 (1-2)
Sub memory number
When the address number (A1, A2, …H7,
H8) signal is registered
3333 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [RENAME] screen will be displayed.
4444 Press ▲▼◄► to select characters
and press <ENTER> button to input
them.
5555 Press ▲▼◄► to select [OK], and
press <ENTER> button.
zz The [REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST] screen will
be displayed.
zz Press ▲▼◄► to select [CANCEL] and press
When a new format input signal is applied to the
projector, press <MENU> button to register to the
SIGNAL LIST.
Note
zz You can register data up to 96 in total number of the
signal data and any corresponding sub memory data.
zz The memories are numbered over 12 pages (A to L: 8
data items can be registered on each page), and the
data is registered in the unused memory with the lowest
number. If all the memories are used, the data of the old
signals is overwritten in sequence.
zz The names of the registered data are automatically
determined by the input signals and memory numbers.
zz If a menu is being displayed, the new signals will be
registered at the instant they are input.
Deleting a registered data
1111 Press ▲▼◄► to select the required
signal data.
2222 Press <DEFAULT> button.
zz The [ENTRY SIGNAL CLEAR] screen will be
displayed.
zz Press <MENU> button to cancel and return to
the [REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST] without any
change.
3333 Press <ENTER> button.
zz Displays [REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST] and
confirm the data is deleted.
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Settings
Registering a signal to the list
<ENTER> button to return to the [REGISTERED
SIGNAL LIST] without any change.
TEST PATTERN menu
Managing the sub memory
list
You can restore the sub memory data when using
signals from the same input source. Sub memory data
contains the setting information of screen and image
adjustments, such as BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST or
ASPECT.
JJRegistering the current settings
to the list
1111 In the normal screen (when the menu
is not displayed), press ◄► button.
zz The signal must be registered before creating a
sub memory data of the signal.
zz Displays the list of corresponding sub memory
data to the signal.
2222 Press ▲▼◄► to select the required
sub memory data.
3333 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [ SIGNAL NAME] screen will be displayed.
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
Note
zz For renaming a registered data, follow the same
procedure (steps 4 - 5) of “Renaming a registered data”
(Æpage 89).
JJDisplaying the sub memory list
and restoring the settings
1111 In the normal screen (when the menu
is not displayed), press ◄► button.
zz The [SUB MEMORY LIST] screen will be
Settings
displayed.
2222 Press ▲▼◄► to select the required
sub memory data, and press <ENTER>
button.
zz The [REGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS] screen
will be displayed.
3333 Press <ENTER> button.
zz Restores the settings in the data.
JJDeleting a sub memory data
1111 In the normal screen (when the menu
is not displayed), press ◄► button.
zz The [SUB MEMORY LIST] screen will be
displayed.
2222 Press ▲▼◄► to select the required
sub memory data, and press <ENTER>
button.
zz The [REGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS] screen
will be displayed.
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3333 Press <DEFAULT> button.
zz Displays the [SUB MEMORY LIST] with
change.
zz You can return to the previous step by pressing
<MENU> button.
SECURITY menu
Note
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
zz When you apply to the [SECURITY] menu
before you change the password to your original,
perform to input the following factory default
password operation.
Press ▲►▼◄▲►▼◄ and <ENTER> button.
zz [PASSWORD] is set to [OFF] by default and when
initialized.
zz Change the SECURITY PASSWORD regularly and make
it uneasy to guess.
zz The security password becomes valid when setting of
the security password is turned [ON] and then the MAIN
POWER switch is turned off.
SECURITY PASSWORD
CHANGE
The password can be changed.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SECURITY
PASSWORD CHANGE].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE]
Attention
zz When you apply to the SECURITY menu after you
change the password to your original in the [SECURITY
PASSWORD CHANGE] menu, input the original
password operation.
screen will be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► and numeral keys to
set the password.
zz Up to 8 buttons can be set as the password.
Note
zz Only asterisks * will appear on the screen to represent
the actual characters of the password when the password
is entered.
SECURITY PASSWORD
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
5555 For the purposes of confirmation,
enter the password again.
6666 Press <ENTER> button.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [SECURITY
PASSWORD].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [SECURITY
PASSWORD].
zz Only asterisks * will appear on the screen to represent
the actual characters of the password when the password
is entered.
zz If the password input second does not match with the
password input first, an error message is displayed. In
this case, input the correct password again.
zz When numerals are used in the SECURITY PASSWORD,
initialization of the security password will be necessary if
the remote control is lost. For the method of initialization,
consult your dealer.
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
OFF
ON
OFF
Deactive
ON
Active
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Settings
Note
The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen can be
displayed when the power has been turned on. If the
correct password is not entered, operations other
than using <STANDBY ( )> button and <SHUTTER>
button and adjusting the lens will not be possible.
SECURITY menu
DISPLAY SETTING
MENU LOCK
You can set your original text, such as company
name or URL information, to display regularly on the
projected image while projecting.
You can lock <MENU> button function and the
password will be asked to display the menu every
time.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DISPLAY
SETTING].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [DISPLAY
SETTING].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [MENU LOCK].
2222 Press ◄► to switch [MENU LOCK].
zz The setting will change as follows each time
◄► is pressed.
zz The setting will change as follows each time
OFF
◄► is pressed.
OFF
TEXT
LOGO1
OFF
The text display is disabled.
TEXT
The text display is enabled.
LOGO1
The picture registered by the user
will be projected.
Note
zz Separate software [Logo Transfer Software] is required in
order to create the pictures to use for [LOGO1]. Consult
your dealer.
TEXT CHANGE
You can enter your original text to be displayed when
[DISPLAY SETTING] is turned [TEXT].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [TEXT CHANGE].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [TEXT CHANGE] screen will be displayed.
Settings
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to select characters
and press <ENTER> button to input
them.
4444 Press ▲▼◄► to select [OK], and
press <ENTER> button.
zz The text is now changed.
ON
OFF
Deactivate the [MENU LOCK]
system.
ON
Activate the [MENU LOCK] system.
Note
zz Once [MENU LOCK] is set to [ON], you cannot use
<MENU> button unless you input the correct password.
zz The [MENU LOCK] is set to [OFF] by default and when
initialized.
zz The unlock state is maintained until the projector is set to
the standby mode.
MENU LOCK PASSWORD
You can change the password for [MENU LOCK]
system to your original.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [MENU LOCK
PASSWORD].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [MENU LOCK PASSWORD] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to select characters
and press <ENTER> button to input
them.
4444 Press ▲▼◄► to select [OK], and
press <ENTER> button.
zz To stop, select [CANCEL].
Attention
zz The factory default password is “AAAA”.
zz When the projector is initialized, the password will be
changed to the factory default setting, “AAAA”.
zz Change the MENU LOCK PASSWORD regularly and
make it uneasy to guess.
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SECURITY menu
CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
Control from the remote control and main unit controls
can be restricted.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [CONTROL
DEVICE SETUP].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] screen will
be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [CONTROL
PANEL] or [REMOTE CONTROLLER].
4444 Press <ENTER> button.
zz [CONTROL PANEL] screen or [REMOTE
CONTROLLER] screen will be displayed.
JJCONTROL PANEL
zz Restriction of control from the main unit controls
can be set.
ENABLE
Enables control from the main unit
controls.
DISABLE
Disables control from the main unit
controls.
JJREMOTE CONTROLLER
zz Restriction of control from the remote control
can be set.
ENABLE
Enables control from the remote
control.
DISABLE
Disables control from the remote
control.
Settings
5555 Press ▲▼ to select [ENABLE] or
[DISABLE], and press <ENTER>
button.
zz The confirmation screen will be displayed.
6666 Press ◄► to select [OK], and press
<ENTER> button.
Note
zz If an attempt is made to control the projector from the
remote control or main unit controls when [DISABLE] is
set, the [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen appears.
To change a setting, enter the security password and
change the operation setting.
zz The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen disappears if
<MENU> button is pressed or no operation is performed
for 10 seconds.
zz If you [DISABLE] both of the [CONTROL PANEL] and
[REMOTE CONTROLLER] buttons, you cannot return to
the standby mode. Use this function with utmost care.
zz If a setting is reflected, the on-screen menu disappears.
To continue operation, press <MENU> button to display
the main menu.
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NETWORK menu
zz See “Navigating through the menu”
(Æpage 49).
zz See “MAIN MENU” and “SUB MENU”
(Æpage 50).
Note
zz Before using the DHCP server, make sure the DHCP
server is already functioning.
zz For details of IP address, subnet mask, and gateway, ask
the network administrator.
NETWORK CONTROL
This sets the network control method.
NETWORK SETUP
Make the initial network settings before using the
network connection.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [NETWORK
SETUP].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [NETWORK SETUP] screen will be
displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
change the setting according to the
instructions.
PROJECTOR
NAME
(Display of host
name and setting)
DHCP
(DHCP client
function)
Settings
DEFAULT
GATEWAY
WEB
CONTROL
Set this to [ON] when you want
to perform control with the Web
browser.
PJLink
CONTROL
Set this to [ON] when you want
to perform control with the PJLink
protocol.
COMMAND
PORT
Set the port number used for the
command control.
Set [DHCP] item to [ON] when
to acquire an IP address
automatically using the DHCP
server.
Set to [OFF] if [DHCP] server is
not used. Enter the IP address if
DHCP server is not used.
STORE
Save the current network control
settings.
Enter the IP address if DHCP
server is not used.
If not using a DHCP server, enter
the subnet mask.
½½½ If settings have been made without an
administrator password of the Web browser
control, add 2-byte “00” instead of STX, and a linefeed code (0Dh) instead of ETX. If settings have
been made with an administrator password of the
Web browser control, add a 32-byte hash value
and “00” instead of STX and a line-feed code (0Dh)
instead of ETX. The hash value is created by MD5
combining “admin1:”, password, “:” and random
numbers. The random numbers are 8-byte values
sent from the projector when connecting.
NETWORK STATUS
Enter the gateway address if
This displays the network status of the main unit.
Save the current network
settings.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [NETWORK
STATUS].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
4444 Press ▲▼ to select [STORE], and
press <ENTER> button.
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3333 Press ▲▼ to select items, and press
◄► to change the setting.
Change as needed when using
a DHCP server.
(Display of gateway
DHCP server is not used.
address and
setting)
STORE
displayed.
Set to [ON] to control using the
control command via the serial
terminal. (Æpage 119)
SUBNET MASK
(Displaying
and setting the
subnet mask)
zz The [NETWORK CONTROL] screen will be
COMMAND
CONTROL 
IP ADDRESS
(Display of IP
address and
setting)
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [NETWORK
CONTROL].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
zz The [NETWORK STATUS] screen will be
displayed.
NETWORK menu
Network connections
The projector is equipped with network functions, and web browser controls can be used to carry out the following
operations from a computer.
zz Projector settings and adjustments
zz Projector status display
zz Transmission of E-mail messages if there is a problem with the projector
Note
zz A LAN cable is required to use the network function.
Computer
Projector
LAN cable (straight)
LAN cable (straight)
LAN switch
zz A Web browser is required to use this function. Make sure that a Web browser is available in the system.
zz Supported OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7, Mac OS X v10.4/v10.5/v10.6.
zz Supported browser: Internet Explorer 6.0/7.0/8.0, Safari 2.0/3.0/4.0 (Mac OS).
zz To use the E-mail function, communication with E-mail server must be established. Make sure that E-mail
feature is available in your system.
zz Use a straight insulated LAN cable which supports category 5 or above.
zz The length of LAN cable must be 100 m or shorter.
Settings
JJName and function of network function parts
LAN LINK/ACT lamp (green)
This lights when a LAN cable is connected
and flashes when signals are being received
or sent.
LAN terminal (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Connect LAN cable here.
LAN10/100 lamp (yellow)
This lights when a 100BASE-TX connection
is established.
Attention
zz If the LAN terminal is touched by electrostatically charged hands (or body), failure may be caused by the discharge of static
electricity.
Be careful not to touch metallic part of LAN terminal or LAN cable.
zz Connect indoor equipment to the LAN.
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NETWORK menu
Accessing from the Web browser
1111 Activate the Web browser in the personal computer.
2222 Enter the IP address set by the projector into the URL input field of the Web browser.
3333 Enter your “User name” and “Password”.
zz The factory default settings are user1 (user privileges) or admin1 (administrator privileges) for the user
name and panasonic (lowercase letters) for the password.
4444 Click [OK] to display the Projector status page.
Settings
Note
zz Avoid activating two or more Web browser simultaneously to work out setting or control actions.
zz Change the password first of all.
zz Administrator privileges enable the use of all functions. User privileges enable the use of only “Projector status”, “Error
information”, “Network status”, “Basic control”, and “Change password”.
zz If the password is incorrectly entered three times in a row, the lock is set for several minutes.
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NETWORK menu
JJChange Password page
Click [Change password].
Administrator
User
QQAdministrator mode
zz Administrator account
Account
Current user name input field
Current password input field
New user name input field
New password input field
New password input field
(re-enter for confirmation)
Button for executing password change
zz User account
QQUser mode
A user can change password only.
Current password input field
New password input field
New password input field
(re-enter for confirmation)
Button for executing password change
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Settings
Account
New user name input field
New password input field
New password input field
(re-enter for confirmation)
Button for executing password change
NETWORK menu
JJBasic control page
To move from another page, click [Projector control], then [Basic control].
Page selection tabs
Click these to switch pages.
This displays the on-screen status. It is displayed
even if the on-screen display of the projector is
set to off.
Monitor information button
Click this item, and the status of the projector is
displayed.
Detailed set up button
Click this item to display the advanced settings
page.
Change password button
Settings
Power On/Off control
SHUTTER control
OSD (On-screen Display) display/nondisplay
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System type switching
Use these to select the input signals.
NETWORK menu
JJDetail control page
Click [Projector control], then [Detail control] to display the Detail control page.
Pressing these buttons controls the projector and
updates the on-screen description on the right of
the control page when control is finished.
Lens adjustment
Test pattern display
This button updates the on-screen description
on the right of the control page with the latest
information.
Menu display
JJProjector status page
Settings
Click [Status], then [Projector status] to display the Status information page.
This page displays the projector statuses established for the items shown below.
Displays the type of projector.
Displays the firmware version of the projector
main unit.
Displays the input switching status.
Displays temperature of projector’s intake air.
Displays temperature inside the projector.
Displays the AROUND LAMP TEMPERATURE.
Displays the lamp lit hours.
Displays the REMAINING FILTER QUANTITY.
Displays self-diagnosis information.
Displays used hours of the projector.
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NETWORK menu
JJError information page
When “Error (Detail)” is displayed on the status information screen, click it to display the error details.
zz Depending on the nature of the error, the projector may be placed in the standby mode for its own
protection.
OK:
Normal operation
FAILED: Occurrence of trouble
QQWhen [FAILED] has appeared for an item
Parameter
Description
MAIN CPU BUS
Trouble has occurred in the microcomputer circuitry. Consult your dealer.
FAN
Trouble has occurred in the fan or its drive circuit. Consult your dealer.
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
The input air temperature is too high. It may be that the projector is being used in an
operating environment where the temperature is high such as near a heating appliance.
OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE
The temperature inside the projector is high. It may be that the projector is being used
in an operating environment where the temperature is high such as near a heating
appliance.
AROUND LAMP TEMPERATURE
The temperature around the lamp is too high. It may be that the projector’s ventilation
holes are blocked.
LAMP1 REMAIN TIME
LAMP2 REMAIN TIME
LAMP1 STATUS
The lamp runtime has exceeded the prescribed cumulative time, and it is now time to
replace the lamp.
Settings
LAMP2 STATUS
The lamp has failed to light.
Wait a short while for the lamp to cool off, and then turn on the power.
APERTURE (CONTRAST-SHUTTER)
Trouble has occurred in the contrast shutter circuitry. Consult your dealer.
INPUT AIR TEMP. SENSOR
Trouble has occurred in the sensor used to detect the input air temperature.
Consult your dealer.
OPTICS MODULE TEMP. SENSOR
Trouble has occurred in the temperature detection sensor inside the projector.
Consult your dealer.
AROUND LAMP TEMP. SENSOR
Trouble has occurred in the sensor used to detect the exhaust air temperature.
Consult your dealer.
BATTERY
The backup battery has been run out. Consult your dealer.
AIRFLOW SENSOR
Trouble has occurred in the sensor used to detect the airflow volume.
Consult your dealer.
COVER OPEN
The lamp unit cover is not attached securely. Check the lamp unit compartment.
ACF UNIT
The air cleaning filter (ACF) is not installed or trouble has occurred. (Æ 109 page)
FILTER REMAIN
The filter remaining is getting less. (Æ 108 page)
BRIGHTNESS SENSOR
Trouble has occurred in the brightness sensor. If the problem cannot be corrected by
turning the power off and on, consult your dealer.
AC POWER
AC power supply voltage input has dropped. Check that there is sufficient
electrical wiring capacity for the projector’s power consumption requirements.
Note
zz The ACCESS ERROR INFORMATLION/ACCESS INFORMATION displays the past several thousand accesses/requests.
If many accesses/requests are made at a time, some of them may not be found in the information.
zz Check the ACCESS ERROR INFORMATION/ACCESS INFORMATION regularly.
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NETWORK menu
JJE-mail setup page
With this projector, if a problem occurs or if the lamp usage time reaches a set value, an e-mail message can
be sent to one or more preset e-mail addresses (maximum two addresses).
Click [Detailed set up], then [E-mail set up] to display the E-mail setup page.
The user can modify the minimum time interval
of temperature warning mail. The default value
is 60 minutes. In this case, the user cannot
send another mail for 60 minutes after sending
previous temperature warning mail even the set
warning temperature is reached again.
Enter the E-mail address of your desired
recipient.
Settings
Select “Enable” to use the E-mail function.
Enter the IP address or server name of the E-mail
server (SMTP). The DNS server must be set if
the server name is entered.
Enter the E-mail address of the projector.
(maximum 63 characters)
The user can enter the location of, for example,
the installed projector so that the recipient
may easily identify the originator of the E-mail.
(maximum 63 characters)
Select the conditions for sending E-mail.
MAIL CONTENTS:
Select [NORMAL] or [SIMPLE].
ERROR:
an error is detected by self-diagnosis.
LAMP1 RUNTIME:
remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in the field.
LAMP2 RUNTIME:
remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in the field.
FILTER REMAIN:
remaining filter service time has reached the value set in the field.
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE: intake air temperature has reached the value set in the field.
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NETWORK menu
Check these boxes when E-mail is to be sent periodically to the second E-mail address. E-mail will be sent
at the times and on the days checked.
Settings
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NETWORK menu
JJE-mail setup page (continued)
Settings
Enter the E-mail address to which the E-mail is to be sent when two E-mail addresses are going to be
used. Do not enter it when the second E-mail address is not going to be used.
Select the conditions for sending E-mail to the second E-mail address.
MAIL CONTENTS:
Select [NORMAL] or [SIMPLE].
ERROR:
an error is detected by self-diagnosis.
LAMP1 RUNTIME:
remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in the field.
LAMP2 RUNTIME:
remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in the field.
FILTER REMAIN:
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE: intake air temperature has reached the value set in the field.
Check these boxes when E-mail is to be sent periodically to the second E-mail address. E-mail will be sent
at the times and on the days checked.
Button to update settings
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NETWORK menu
JJAuthentication set up page
The POP/SMTP server is set on this page when POP/SMTP authentication is required for mail transmissions.
Click [Detailed set up], then [Authentication set up] to display the Authentication server setup page.
Select the authentication method specified by
your Internet service provider.
Set this if SMTP authentication has been
selected.
POP server name field
Available input characters:
Alphanumeric characters (A - Z, a - z, 0 - 9),
hyphen (-), period (.)
POP/SMTP server user name field
POP/SMTP server password field
Enter the port number for the SMTP server
(normally “25”).
Enter the port number for the POP server
(normally “110”).
Button to update settings
JJPing test page
This page makes it possible to check whether the network is connected to the E-mail server, POP server,
DNS server, etc.
Click [Detailed set up], then [Ping test] to display the Ping test page.
Display which appears when the connection
was successful.
Settings
Display which appears when the connection
failed.
Enter the IP address of the server to be tested.
Button for conducting the test.
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NETWORK menu
JJContents of mail sent
QQMail with the contents shown below is sent when the E-mail settings have been
established.
ࣹࣹࣹࣜऌझपझयफपथटࣜबमफदडटरफमࣜमडबफमरࣤࣿऋऊंअःऑऎँࣹࣹࣹࣥࣜ
ऌमफदडटरफमࣜऐवबडࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜऀखࣦࣦࣦࣦ
एडमथझनࣜऊफࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜएओࣰࣱࣲ࣭࣮࣯ࣳ
ࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜࣜँࣩऩझथनࣜयडरऱबࣜठझरझࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜ
ऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜओࣽऎऊअऊःࣜएँऐऑऌࣜ
उअऊअउऑउࣜऐअउँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜझरࣜगࣲࣜ࣬ङࣜऩथपऱरडयࣜथपरडमलझनࣜ
अऊऌऑऐࣜࣽअऎࣜऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜࣜऋलडमࣜगࣰࣱ࣭࣭࣯ࣜࣿࣜ࣫ࣜंࣜङࣜ
ँऎऎऋऎࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
ईࣽउऌ࣭ࣜऎऑऊऐअउँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜࣜझरࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜगࣰࣜ࣬࣬ङࣜऄࣜ
ईࣽउऌ࣭ࣜऎऑऊऐअउँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜࣜझरࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜग࣮ࣜ࣬࣬ङࣜऄࣜ
ईࣽउऌ࣮ࣜऎऑऊऐअउँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜࣜझरࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜगࣰࣜ࣬࣬ङࣜऄࣜ
ईࣽउऌ࣮ࣜऎऑऊऐअउँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜࣜझरࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜग࣮ࣜ࣬࣬ङࣜऄࣜ
ंअईऐँऎࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜࣜझरࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜगࣰࣜ࣬࣬ङࣜऄࣜ
ंअईऐँऎࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜࣜझरࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜग࣮ࣜ࣬࣬ङࣜऄࣜ
अऊऌऑऐࣜࣽअऎࣜऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
ऌँऎअऋऀअࣿࣜऎँऌऋऎऐࣜ
एऱपठझवࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜउफपठझवࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜऐऱडयठझवࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜओडठपडयठझवࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
ऐतऱमयठझवࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜंमथठझवࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜࣜएझरऱमठझवࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
ࣶ࣬࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣮ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣯ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
ࣰࣶ࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣱࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣲࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬ࣳ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
ࣶ࣬ࣴ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬ࣵ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣭࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
࣭࣮ࣶ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣭࣯ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣰ࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣱ࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
ࣲ࣭ࣶ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜࣳ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜࣴ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜࣵ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
࣮ࣶ࣬࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣮࣭ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣮࣮ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङ࣮࣯ࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣜगࣜऋंंࣜङࣜ
ࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜࣜटतडटधࣜयवयरडऩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜ
उࣽअऊࣜࣿऌऑࣜࣾऑएࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ंࣽऊࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
अऊऌऑऐࣜࣽअऎࣜऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ऋऌऐअࣿएࣜउऋऀऑईँࣜऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣽऎऋऑऊऀࣜईࣽउऌࣜऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
QQMail with the contents shown below is sent when an error has occurred.
ࣹࣹࣹࣜऌझपझयफपथटࣜबमफदडटरफमࣜमडबफमरࣤँऎऎऋऎࣹࣹࣹࣥࣜ
ऌमफदडटरफमࣜऐवबडࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜऀखࣦࣦࣦࣦ
एडमथझनࣜऊफࣶࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜएओࣰࣱࣲ࣭࣮࣯ࣳ
Settings
ࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜࣜटतडटधࣜयवयरडऩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜ
उࣽअऊࣜࣿऌऑࣜࣾऑएࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ंࣽऊࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
अऊऌऑऐࣜࣽअऎࣜऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ऋऌऐअࣿएࣜउऋऀऑईँࣜऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣽऎऋऑऊऀࣜईࣽउऌࣜऐँउऌँऎࣽऐऑऎँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ईࣽउऌ࣭ࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜऐअउँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ईࣽउऌ࣮ࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜऐअउँࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜंࣽअईँऀࣜङ
ईࣽउऌ࣭ࣜएऐࣽऐऑएࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ईࣽउऌ࣮ࣜएऐࣽऐऑएࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣽऌँऎऐऑऎँࣤࣿऋऊऐऎࣽएऐࣩएऄऑऐऐँऎࣥࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
अऊऌऑऐࣜࣽअऎࣜऐँउऌ࣪एँऊएऋऎࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ऋऌऐअࣿएࣜउऋऀऑईँࣜऐँउऌ࣪एँऊएऋऎࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣽऎऋऑऊऀࣜईࣽउऌࣜऐँउऌ࣪एँऊएऋऎࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣾࣽऐऐँऎकࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣽअऎंईऋओࣜएँऊएऋऎࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣿऋऒँऎࣜऋऌँऊࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣾऎअःऄऐऊँएएࣜएँऊएऋऎࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣽࣿंࣜऑऊअऐࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ंअईऐँऎࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣽࣿࣜऌऋओँऎࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜगࣜࣜࣜऋइࣜࣜࣜङ
ࣤँममफमࣜटफठड࣭ࣜ࣬ࣜ࣬࣬ࣜ࣬࣬ࣜ࣬࣬ࣜ࣬࣬ࣜ࣬࣬ࣜ࣬࣬ࣜ࣬࣬ࣥ
अपबऱरࣜझथमࣜरडऩबडमझरऱमडࣶ࣭ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣴࣜठडणࣰࣲࣿࣜ࣫ࣜࣜࣜठडणं
ऋबरथटयࣜऩफठऱनडࣜरडऩबडमझरऱमडࣶ࣮ࣜࣜࣜ࣬ࣜठडणࣲࣿࣜ࣫ࣜࣜࣴࣜठडणं
ࣽमफऱपठࣜनझऩबࣜरडऩबडमझरऱमडࣱࣶ࣮ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜठडणࣿࣜ࣫ࣜࣜࣳࣳࣜठडणं
एँऐࣜऎऑऊऐअउँ࣮ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜऄ
ऌऋओँऎࣜऋऊ࣭ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜरथऩडय
ईࣽउऌ࣭ࣜऋऊ࣭ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜरथऩडय
ईࣽउऌ࣭ࣜईऋओࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬ࣜऄ
ईࣽउऌ࣭ࣜऄअःऄ࣮ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜऄ
ईࣽउऌ࣭ࣜऎँउࣽअऊࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬ࣜऄ
ईࣽउऌ࣮ࣜऋऊࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬ࣜरथऩडय
ईࣽउऌ࣮ࣜईऋओࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬ࣜऄ
ईࣽउऌ࣮ࣜऄअःऄࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬ࣜऄ
ईࣽउऌ࣮ࣜऎँउࣽअऊ࣮ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬ࣜऄ
ࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜऎडऩझथपथपणࣜढथनरडमࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜ
ऍऑࣽऊऐअऐक࣭ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬ࣜ࣡
ࣽऌऌऋऎऋऔ࣪ࣜऐअउँ࣭ࣜࣜࣜ࣬࣬࣬࣬ࣜऄ
ࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜࣿऱममडपरࣜयरझरऱयࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣩࣜ
उࣽअऊࣜऒँऎएअऋऊ࣭ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣪࣬࣬ࣜ
ऊँऐओऋऎइࣜऒँऎएअऋऊ࣭ࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜࣜ࣪࣬࣬
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NETWORK menu
JJAdjust clock page
Click [Detailed set up], then [Adjust clock] to display the Adjust clock page.
Time zone selection
Button to update time zone setting
Turn this [ON] to set the date and time
automatically.
When setting the date and time automatically,
input the IP address or name of the NTP server.
(When inputting the server name, the DNS server
must be set.)
New date field
New time field
Button to update time and date settings
Note
zz If the time becomes incorrect immediately after setting the correct time, then the battery needs to be changed.
Contact the dealer where you bought the projector to have the battery changed.
JJNetwork config page
Click [Detailed set up], then [Network config] to display the Network config page.
zz If [Network config] is clicked, the "CAUTION!" screen is displayed.
zz If the [Next] button is clicked, the current settings are displayed.
zz If the [Change] button is clicked, the following setting change screen is displayed.
Settings
Enter the name of the projector here. Enter the
host name here if it is required when the DHCP
server is going to be used, for instance.
Set this to ON to enable the DHCP client function.
Enter the IP address if DHCP server is not used.
Enter the SUBNET MASK if DHCP server is not
used.
Enter the gateway address if DHCP server is not
used.
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DNS server address (primary) field
Available input characters:
Numeric characters (0 - 9), period (.)
(Example: 192.168.0.253)
DNS server address (secondary) field
Available input characters:
Numeric characters (0 - 9), period (.)
(Example: 192.168.0.254)
When all options are filled, click [NEXT]. The
confirmation screen will be displayed.
Click [Submit] button to update.
Monitor Lamp indicators
Managing the indicated problems
If a problem should occur with the projector, the indicators will inform you. Manage the indicated problems as
follow.
Attention
Lamp1 indicator (LAMP1)
Lamp2 indicator (LAMP2)
Temperature indicator (TEMP)
Filter indicator (FILTER)
Power indicator
(STANDBY (R) / ON (G))
JJLAMP1/LAMP2 indicator
Lamp
indication
Information
Check point
Remedial measure
zz This lamp monitor lights up when the
Blinking in red Lamp unit is not
(once)
installed.
lamp unit used hours have reached
LAMP” message on the screen
2 800 hours (when [HIGH] is selected
when turning on the projector
as the [LAMP POWER] setting).
zz Request the dealer to replace the lamp
power supply?
unit.
zz Check the lamp unit
compartment.
zz Did you turn the power back
on immediately after turning it
off?
Blinking in red Error is detected
z
(3 times)
in the lamp circuit. z Some error has arisen in the
lamp circuit.
zz Check for fluctuation (or drop)
in the source voltage.
zz Install the lamp unit.
zz When lamp unit is installed and still
having the indicator lights, contact to
the dealer.
zz Wait until the lamp has cooled off, and
then turn on the power.
zz Turn off the MAIN POWER switch
using the procedure on page 40 and
consult the dealer.
Note
zz If no problem is found or the problem remains, do not turn on the projector. Instead contact your dealer.
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Maintenance
Indicates the time
Lighting in red for replacing the
lamp unit.
zz Did you notice a “REPLACE
Monitor Lamp indicators
JJTEMP indicator
Lamp
indication
Information
Check point
Remedial measure
zz Wait about 5 minutes in the current
zz Did you turn on the power when
Warm-up status
Lighting in red
High temperature
inside. (WARNING)
The filter is
Blinking in red excessively dirty
(once)
and the ventilation
is poor.
High temperature
Blinking in red
inside.
(twice)
(Standby condition)
Blinking in red Cooling fan has
(3 times)
been stopped.
status.
zz Install the unit in a location having
the ambient temperature was
lower than approx. 0 °C (32 °F)?
an ambient temperature from 0 °C
(32 °F) - 45 °C (113 °F).
zz Remove the object that is blocking
the ventilation port.
zz Check the ventilation port is
blocked.
zz Is the room air temperature too
high?
zz Is the filter indicator lighted?
zz Move the projector to a temperature
of 0 °C (32 °F) - 45 °C (113 °F) and
the humidity of 20 % to 80 % (no
condensation).
zz Turn off the MAIN POWER switch
using the procedure on page 40 and
replace the ACF unit.
zz Turn off the MAIN POWER switch
—
using the procedure on page 40 and
consult the dealer.
Note
zz If no problem is found or the problem remains, do not turn on the projector. Instead contact your dealer.
JJFILTER indicator
Lamp
indication
Information
Check point
Remedial measure
zz Check the [REMAINING
The ACF unit has
Lighting in red
run out.
Blinking in red
Lighting in
orange
The ACF unit is not
installed.
The ACF unit
remains few. The
remaining use time
of the ACF unit is
approximately 200
hours.
FILTER] of [STATUS] in
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu.
(Æpage 83)
zz Check the ACF unit
compartment.
zz Replace the ACF unit.
zz Replace the ACF unit.
zz Check the [REMAINING
FILTER] of [STATUS] in
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu.
(Æpage 83)
zz Request the dealer to purchase the
new ACF unit.
zz Remove the foreign object from the
Maintenance
Blinking in
orange
The ACF unit cannot zz Is foreign object blocking the
operate properly.
ACF unit operation?
ACF unit.
zz When the foreign object still
remained, contact the dealer.
Note
zz If no problem is found or the problem remains, do not turn on the projector. Instead contact your dealer.
zz When the ACF unit is not installed, the filter indicator will blink in red and the power will turn off in 10 minutes.
zz When the FILTER indicator is flashing green, the Auto Cleaning Filter (ACF) is normally rolling up.
zz When the ACF unit is operating, operational sound may be heard.
zz The usable time after lighting of the orange lamp may be shortened in a dusty environment. The time of about 200 hours is
for reference only. Contact the dealer to purchase the new ACF unit earlier.
zz If the projector is used at elevations higher than 1 400 m above sea level with the [HIGH ALTITUDE MODE] at [OFF], the
lamp life or life of other components will be shortened.
zz Before the FILTER indicator blinks in orange when operational malfunction, mechanical sound of the clutch may be heard.
zz If the Smoke Cut Filter is installed, the green lamp, which takes longer to turn ON/OFF, will flash.
zz If the filter is running low, only one lamp lights even if [DUAL] is selected. The lamps will light as normal once the filter has
been replaced and the residual filter has been reset.
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Replacement
Before replacing the unit
zz Turn off the POWER switch of the projector in proper way and disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
(Æpages 38, 40)
zz Be sure to observe the procedure “Powering off the projector” (Æpage 40) when performing power supply
operation.
Replacing the unit
JJACF (Auto Cleaning Filter) unit
ACF unit is an optional accessory.
You can check the remaining amount of the ACF unit in [REMAINING FILTER] of [STATUS] in PROJECTOR
SETUP menu. (Æpage 83)
zz Contact an Authorized Service Center to purchase a Replacement filter unit (ET-ACF310).
JJProcedure of ACF unit replacement
1111 Loosen “ACF cover fixing screw” (1
4444 Attach the “ACF cover” and tighten
screw) until the screws turn freely and
“ACF cover fixing screw” (1 screw)
remove the “ACF cover”.
securely.
5555 Select [FILTER COUNTER RESET]
ACF cover fixing screw
in [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu, and
press <ENTER> button. (Æpage 85)
RESET FILTER COUNTER?
OK
CANCEL
CHANGE
[ENTER] EXECUTE
6666 Press ◄► to select [OK], and press
<ENTER> button.
ACF cover
2222 Slide out the “ACF unit” from the
projector slowly.
Attention
ACF unit
zz When you replace the “ACF unit”, clean the
compartment and/or the air exhaust port if you
need to.
zz When installing the ACF unit, take care not to touch the
filter surface.
zz Be sure to install the ACF unit when using the projector.
zz The ACF unit to be replaced should be an unused
product.
3333 Insert the new “ACF unit” into the
compartment in correct direction and
slightly push until it clicks.
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Maintenance
Note
zz When the ACF unit is not installed, the filter indicator will
blink in red and the power will turn off in 10 minutes. (The
time before the power is turned off is indicated by the unit
of 1 minute.)
zz The replacement timing of the ACF depends on
environment of usage.
zz When resetting is performed, the filter will be wound.
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold
components are subject to change without notice.
zz Always install the ACF unit when using the projector.
Replacement
JJLamp unit
The LAMP unit is consumable product. You can check the duration of usage time using [LAMP1/LAMP2] of
[STATUS] (Æpage 83) in the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu.
Replacement of the lamp unit should be carried out by a qualified technician.
Contact the dealer to purchase a replacement lamp unit (ET-LAD310:1 bulb unit, ET-LAD310W: 2 bulb units).
JJPrecautions on lamp unit replacement
zz Handle the lamp unit with special care as the lamp is made of glass. Dropping or giving it a shock may
cause it to burst or damaged.
zz Phillips screwdriver is necessary when replacing a lamp unit.
zz When replacing the lamp unit, be sure to hold it by the handle.
zz The lamp may burst. Replace the lamp unit carefully so that the broken pieces of the lamp glass will not
scatter. When the projector is mounted on the ceiling, do not work directly under the projector or put your
face closer to the projector.
zz For disposition of used lamps, request an industrial waste disposal contractor.
Attention
zz Do not attempt replacement with an unauthorized lamp unit.
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
zz Wait for more than 1 hour and make sure the lamp unit and the surroundings are cooled enough.
zz Prior to replacing the lamp unit, allow it to cool down to prevent the risk of burns, damage and other hazards.
JJWhen to replace the lamp unit
When the lamp is consumed, the brightness may decrease over time. 3 000 hours of use is the replacing
time as a rough guide, and that might be shortened by the usage conditions, characteristics of the lamp
unit or environmental conditions. Therefore, it is strongly recommended for the user to keep a spare lamp.
If the lamp unit has not been replaced after 3 000 hours of operation have elapsed, the power will turn off
automatically approximately 10 minutes after it is turned on.
On screen
LAMP indicator
REPLACE LAMP
LAMP
Over 2 800 hours
[REPLACE LAMP] is displayed on the upper left
of the screen for 30 seconds. Press any button to
clear the screen, or disappears after 30 seconds.
Over 3 000 hours
[REPLACE LAMP] is displayed on the upper left
of the screen, and it will stay until you respond. To
clear the screen, press any button.
Lights in red.
Note
Maintenance
zz The guide times, 3 000 hours, are rough estimates based on certain conditions and are not a guaranteed time.
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Replacement
JJProcedure of lamp unit replacement
Attention
zz When the projector is mounted in the ceiling, do not work directly under the projector or put your face close to the projector.
zz The lamp unit and the lamp unit cover must be attached correctly and securely. Failure to do so, the projector will not be
turned on for the protection circuit.
zz If the lamp unit is not installed smoothly, remove it and then install it again. If it is pushed in forcibly, its connector may be
broken.
1111 Turn the main power OFF, following the
procedures described in “Powering off
the projector” (Æpage 40), disconnect
the power plug from the AC power
source, and wait for one hour or more.
Then check that the lamp unit has
cooled down.
2222 Turn the “lamp unit cover fixing
screw” (1 piece) with a Phillips-head
screwdriver until it is fully loosened,
and then hold the “lamp unit cover”
securely and open it in the direction of
the arrow.
4444 Replace the new LAMP unit in correct
direction.
Groove for lamp unit installation guide
Lamp unit
installation guide
Lamp unit cover
Groove for lamp unit installation guide
3333 Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen
the “Lamp unit cover fixing screw” (4
screws) for the lamp unit to be replaced
until the screws turn freely. Hold the
“Handle” of the “Lamp unit” and
gently pull the lamp unit out from the
projector.
Lamp unit 2
Handle
Note
zz When the lamp unit is replaced, the duration of usage
time will be reset to “0”.
Lamp unit 1
Lamp unit fixing screws
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Maintenance
Lamp unit cover
fixing screw
5555 Use a Phillips screwdriver to securely
tighten the 2 “Lamp unit cover fixing
screw” for each lamp unit.
6666 Close the “lamp unit cover” and
tighten the “lamp unit cover fixing
screw” (1 piece) securely with a
Phillips-head screwdriver in the
reverse order to Step 2).
Troubleshooting
Should any problem persist, contact your dealer.
Problem
Cause
Reference
page
zz The power cord may not be connected.
—
zz The <MAIN POWER> switch is turned off.
40
Power does not turn zz No electric supply is at the wall outlet.
on.
zz The circuit breakers have tripped.
zz [LAMP1/LAMP2 indicator] or [TEMP indicator]is lit or flashes.
—
—
107, 108
zz The lamp unit cover has not been securely installed.
111
zz The video signal input source may not be connected to a terminal
34
properly.
No picture appears.
zz The input selection setting may not be correct.
46
zz The [BRIGHTNESS] adjustment setting may be at the minimum setting.
53
zz The input source which is connected to the projector may have a
—
problem.
The picture is fuzzy.
The color is pale or
grayish.
The remote control
does not operate.
zz The [SHUTTER] function may be in use.
46
zz If the [Power indicator] flashes in red, consult your dealer.
—
zz The lens focus may not have been set correctly.
41
zz The projector may not be at the correct distance from the screen.
22
zz The lens may be dirty.
15
zz The projector may be tilted too much.
—
zz [COLOR] or [TINT] adjustment may be incorrect.
53
zz The input source which is connected to the projector may not be
—
adjusted correctly.
zz RGB cable is damaged.
—
zz The batteries may be weak.
—
zz The batteries may not have been inserted correctly.
17
zz The remote control signal receptor on the projector may be obstructed.
17
zz The remote control unit may be out of the operation range.
17
zz Strong light such as fluorescent shine onto the signal receptor.
17
zz [REMOTE CONTROLLER] of [CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] in
93
SECURITY menu is [DISABLE].
Maintenance
zz Is the remote 2 (REMOTE2 IN) terminal used for external control?
zz The remote control ID setting is incorrect.
On screen menu
does not appear.
zz ON SCREEN button on the remote control may have been pressed and
The control buttons
of the projector do
not operate.
zz [CONTROL PANEL] of [CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] in SECURITY
20, 75
46
cleared.
93
menu is [DISABLE].
zz Is the remote 2 (REMOTE2 IN) terminal used for external control?
zz [SYSTEM SELECTOR] may not have been set correctly.
The picture does not
zz There may be a problem with the VCR or other signal source.
display correctly.
zz A signal which is not compatible with the projector is being input.
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57
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122
Troubleshooting
Problem
Picture from a
computer does not
appear.
Picture from a
computer DVI-D
graphic board does
not appear.
Reference
page
Cause
zz The cable may be longer than the optional cable.
—
zz The external video output from a laptop computer may not be correct.
—
(You may be able to change the external output settings by pressing the
[Fn] + [F3] or [Fn] + [F10] keys simultaneously. The actual method varies
depending on the type of computer; refer to the documentation provided
with your computer for further details.)
zz [DVI-D IN] setting in [DISPLAY OPTION] menu may be incorrect setting.
72
zz The graphic board driver of the computer needs to be updated to the
—
latest version.
zz The computer may need to be restarted after switching [DVI-D IN]
72
setting in [DISPLAY OPTION] menu of the projector correctly.
zz Has the filter been used up? (When the filter has been used up, the
108
projector is not shut down but is automatically switched to a [LOW] lamp
output mode using one lamp.)
Maintenance
Projection suddenly
became darker.
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Technical Information
PJLink protocol
The network function of the projector supports PJLink class 1, and the PJLink protocol can be used to perform
projector setting and projector status query operations from a computer.
JJControl commands
The following table lists the PJLink protocol commands that can be used to control the projector.
Command
Control details
POWR
Power supply control
POWR ?
Power supply status query
INPT
Input selection
INPT ?
Input selection query
AVMT
Shutter control
AVMT ?
Shutter mode query
ERST ?
Error status query
LAMP ?
Lamp status query
INST ?
Input selection list query
NAME ?
Projector name query
INF1 ?
INF2 ?
INF0 ?
CLSS ?
Manufacturer name query
Model name query
Other information query
Class information query
Notes
Parameters
0 = Standby
1 = Power ON
Parameters
0 = Standby 1 = Power ON
2 = Cool-down in progress 3 = Warm-up in progress
Parameters
11 = RGB1 12 = RGB2 21 = VIDEO
22 = S-VIDEO 31 = DVI-D 32 = HDMI
33 = SDI (PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only)
Parameters
30 = Shutter mode off (picture mute canceled)
31 = Shutter mode on (picture mute)
Parameters
1st byte : Indicates fan errors, range 0 - 2
2nd byte : Indicates lamp errors, range 0 - 2
3rd byte : Indicates temperature errors, range 0 - 2
4th byte : Indicates cover open errors, range 0 - 2
5th byte : Indicates filter errors, range 0 - 2
6th byte : Indicates other errors, range 0 - 2
Definitions for each value from 0 to 2 are as follows.
0 = No error known 1 = Warning 2 = Error
Parameters
1st digits (1 - 5 digits) : Lamp 1 cumulative operating time
2nd digit : 0 = Lamp 1 off, 1 = Lamp 1 on
3rd digits (1 - 5 digits) : Lamp 2 cumulative operating time
4th digit : 0 = Lamp 2 off, 1 = Lamp 2 on
The following are returned as parameters.
“11 12 21 22 31 32” (PT-DW8300U only)
“11 12 21 22 31 32 33” (PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only)
The name set for [PROJECTOR NAME] in [NETWORK SETUP] is
returned.
“Panasonic” is returned.
“DZ8700”, “DS8500” or “DW8300” is returned.
Information such as version number is returned.
“1” is returned.
JJPJLink security authorization
Appendix
When using PJLink with security authorization, either of the password set for administrator privileges and the
password set for user privileges with Web browser control can be used as the password for PJLink.
When using PJLink without security authorization, set use without the password for administrator privileges
and the password for user privileges of Web browser control.
zz For specifications regarding PJLink, refer to the Japan Business Machine and Information System
Industries Association website.
URL http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/
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Technical Information
Control commands via LAN
JJWhen WEB Control administrator rights password is set (Protect mode)
<Connection method>
1111 Obtain the IP address and port number (Initial set value = 1024) of the projector and
make a request for connection to the projector.
You can obtain both IP address and port number from the menu screen of the projector.
IP address : Obtain from MAIN MENU ⇒ [NETWORK] ⇒ [NETWORK STATUS]
Port No. :
Obtain from MAIN MENU ⇒ [NETWORK] ⇒ [NETWORK CONTROL] ⇒ [COMMAND PORT]
2222 There is a response from the projector.
Response data
Data section
Blank
Mode
Blank
“NTCONTROL”
(ASCII string)
‘  ’
0x20
‘1’
0x31
‘  ’
0x20
9 bytes
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
Random number
Termination
section
symbol
“zzzzzzzz”
(CR)
(ASCII code hexadecimal
0x0d
number)
8 bytes
1 byte
Mode :   1 = Protect mode
3333 Generate a 32-byte hash value from the following data using MD5 algorithm.
“xxxxxx:yyyyy:zzzzzzzz”
xxxxxx :
Administrator rights user name for WEB CONTROL
(Default user name is “admin1”)
yyyyy :
Password of above administrator rights user
(Default password is “panasonic”)
zzzzzzzz : 8-byte random number obtained in Step 2)
<Command transmission method>
Transmit using the following command format.
Transmitted data
‘0’
0x30
‘0’
0x30
Control command
(ASCII string)
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
1 byte
Undefined length
1 byte
Header
Hash value
(See above
<Connection method>)
32 bytes
Data section
Receive data
Header
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Data section
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Control command
(ASCII string)
Undefined length
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Error response
Error message
Undefined control command
Out of parameter range
Busy state or no-acceptable period
Timeout or no-acceptable period
Wrong data length
Password mismatch
4 bytes
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
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Appendix
“ERR1”
“ERR2”
“ERR3”
“ERR4”
“ERR5”
“ERRA”
Technical Information
JJWhen WEB Control administrator rights password is not set
(Non-protect mode)
<Connection method>
1111 Obtain the IP address and port number (Initial set value = 1024) of the projector and
make a request for connection to the projector.
You can obtain both IP address and port number from the menu screen of the projector.
IP address :
Obtain from MAIN MENU ⇒ [NETWORK] ⇒ [NETWORK STATUS]
Port number : Obtain from MAIN MENU ⇒ [NETWORK] ⇒ [NETWORK CONTROL] ⇒ [COMMAND PORT]
2222 There is a response from the projector.
Response data
Data section
Blank
Mode
“NTCONTROL”
(ASCII string)
9 bytes
‘  ’
0x20
1 byte
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Mode :   0 = Non-protect mode
<Command transmission method>
Transmit by the following command format.
Transmitted data
Header
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Data section
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Control command
(ASCII string)
Undefined length
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Receive data
Header
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Data section
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Control command
(ASCII string)
Undefined length
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Error response
“ERR1”
“ERR2”
“ERR3”
“ERR4”
“ERR5”
“ERRA”
Appendix
116 - ENGLISH
Error message
Undefined control command
Out of parameter range
Busy state or no-acceptable period
Timeout or no-acceptable period
Wrong data length
Password mismatch
4 bytes
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Technical Information
Serial terminal
The serial connector which is on the connector panel of the projector conforms to the RS-232C interface
specification, so that the projector can be controlled by a personal computer which is connected to this connector.
JJConnection
●Multiple projectors
Connecting terminals
on projector 1
●Single projector
Connecting terminals
on projector
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
(female)
(male)
Computer
Connecting terminals
on projector 2
D-Sub 9-pin
(female)
D-Sub 9-pin
(male)
Computer
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
D-Sub 9-pin
(male)
(female)
(male)
Communication cable
Communication cable
(straight)
(straight)
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Communication cable
(straight)
JJPin assignments and signal names
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
Outside view
Pin No.
Signal name
—
TXD
RXD
—
GND
—
CTS
RTS
—
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Outside view
Pin No.
Contents
NC
Transmitted data
Received data
Connected internally
Earth
NC
Connected internally
NC
Signal name
—
RXD
TXD
—
GND
—
RTS
CTS
—
Contents
NC
Received data
Transmitted data
NC
Earth
NC
Connected internally
NC
JJCommunication conditions (Factory setting)
RS-232C-compliant
Asynchronous
9 600 bps
None
Character length
Stop bit
X parameter
S parameter
8 bits
1 bit
None
None
Appendix
Signal level
Sync. method
Baud rate
Parity
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Technical Information
JJBasic format
Transmission from the computer begins with STX, then the ID, command, parameter, and ETX are sent in this
order. Add parameters according to the details of control.
STX
A D
I 1
(2 bytes)
Start
(1 byte)
I 2
;
C1
C2
C3
2 ID
Semicolon
characters (1 byte)
(2 bytes)
:
P1
P2
Pn
ETX
Colon
(1 byte)
3 command
characters
(3 bytes)
ZZ, 1 to 64 and 0A to 0Z
ID designate
Parameter
(undefined length)
End
(1 byte)
½½½ When sending commands without parameters, a colon (:) is not necessary.
JJBasic format (with sub command)
Same as basic format
STX
A D
S1
S2
I 1
S3
I 2
S4
Sub command (5 bytes)
;
S5
C1
E
C2
P1
C3
:
P2
ETX
P3
P4
P5
P6
Parameter (6 bytes)
Symbol “+” or “-” (1 byte) and set value or
adjustment value (5 bytes)
Operation (1 byte)
“=” (Value specified using parameter is set)
½½½ When transmitting a command which does not need a parameter, the operation (E) and parameter are not
necessary.
Attention
zz No command can be sent or received for 60 seconds after the lamp starts lighting. Try sending any command after that
period has elapsed.
zz When transmitting multiple commands, be sure to wait until 0.5 seconds has elapsed after receiving the response from the
projector before sending the next command.
Note
zz When the command can not be executed, the [ER401] status is sent from the projector to the personal computer.
zz When the wrong parameter is sent, the [ER402] status is sent from the projector to the personal computer.
zz Projector ID supported on the RS-232C interface is ZZ (ALL) and a group of 1 to 64 and 0A to 0Z.
zz If a command is sent with a projector ID specified, the projector will return answer back only in the following cases:
If it coincides with the projector ID
If the ID specification is ALL and responding (ID ALL) is [ON]
If the ID specification is Group and responding (ID Group) is [ON]
zz The “STX” character code is 02 and the “ETX” character code is 03.
Appendix
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Technical Information
JJCable specifications
<When connected to a computer>
Projector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Computer (DTE
specifications)
JJControl commands
When controlling the projector from a computer, the following commands are available:
<Projector control command>
Command
Control contents
Notes
PON
Power [ON]
POF
Power [OFF]
QPW
Power query
000 = Standby 001 = Power [ON]
Switch input modes
VID = VIDEO SVD = S-VIDEO RG1 = RGB1 RG2 = RGB2 DVI = DVI-D SDI = SDI (PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only) HD1 = HDMI
QSL
Query for active
lamp mode
0 = DUAL 1 = SINGLE 2 = LAMP1 3 = LAMP2
Û [SINGLE] will use the lamp (LAMP1 or LAMP2) with shorter operating hours.
LPM
Active lamp mode
0 = DUAL 1 = SINGLE 2 = Only LAMP1 is on 3 = Only LAMP2 is on
Û [SINGLE] will use the lamp (LAMP1 or LAMP2) with shorter operating hours.
OLP
Lamp power setting
0 = HIGH 1 = LOW
QLP
Query for lamp
output setting
0 = HIGH 1 = LOW
Q$L
Query for lamp
usage time
1 = LAMP1 2 = LAMP2
Response is 0000 - 3000
(Unit in hours: Number of equivalent hours for lamp output being set to [HIGH])
OSH
Shutter
0 = End 1 = Execute
QSH
Query for shutter
state
0 = End 1 = Execute
VSE
Switch aspect
0 = DEFAULT/VID AUTO/VID AUTO (PRI.) 1 = 4 : 3 2 = 16 : 9 5 = THROUGH 6 = HV FIT 9 = H FIT 10 = V FIT 20 = S1 AUTO 30 = VID AUTO
QSE
Query for aspect
setting
0 = DEFAULT/VID AUTO/VID AUTO (PRI.) 1 = 4 : 3 2 = 16 : 9 5 = THROUGH 6 = HV FIT 9 = H FIT 10 = V FIT 20 = S1 AUTO 30 = VID AUTO
OPP
Execute P IN P
0 = OFF 1 = USER1 2 = USER2 3 = USER3
QPP
Query for P IN P
setting
0 = OFF 1 = USER1 2 = USER2 3 = USER3
QFI
Query for filter
6 = Residual (ratio), Response is 000 - 100 (Unit: %)
OCS
Switch sub memory
01 - 96 = Sub memory number
QSB
Query for sub
memory state
01 - 96 = Sub memory number
IIS
To see if the power is [ON], use the [Power query] command.
<Lens control command>
Sub command
Contents
VXX
LNSI2
Lens H shift
VXX
LNSI3
Lens V shift
VXX
LNSI4
Lens focus
VXX
LNSI5
Lens zoom
Remarks
+00000 = Fine adjustment 1+, +00001 = Fine adjustment 1-,
+00100 = Fine adjustment 2+, +00101 = Fine adjustment 2-,
+00200 = Rough adjustment +, +00201 = Rough adjustment -
ENGLISH - 119
Appendix
Command
Technical Information
REMOTE 2 IN terminal
Using the [REMOTE 2 IN] terminal provided on the connection terminals of the main unit, it is possible to operate
the projector from a control panel etc. furnished in a distant location where infrared remote control signal cannot
be received.
Remote control
External control
Remote control/External control
Standby
ON
LAMP
RGB1
VIDEO
RGB2
S-VIDEO
DVI-D
Projector set up in a meeting room
Control panel located in a different room
JJPin assignments and control
D-Sub 9-pin (Outside view)
Pin No.
Signal name
Open (H)
Short (L)
GND
POWER
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DVI
SHUTTER
—
OFF
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
OFF
Controlled by
remote control
GND
ON
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DVI
ON
Controlled by
external contact
RST/SET
Attention
and
when controlling.
zz Be sure to short-circuit Pins
and pin
are short-circuited, the following buttons on the projector's control panel and on the remote control
zz When pin
cannot be used.
<POWER ON ( I )> button, <SHUTTER> button
In addition, the RS-232C commands and network functions that correspond to these functions cannot be used either.
and pin
are short-circuited and then any one of pins
to
is short-circuited to pin , the following buttons
zz When pin
on the projector's control panel and on the remote control cannot be used.
<POWER> button, <INPUT SELECT> buttons (RGB1, RGB2, DVI-D, SDI, VIDEO, S-VIDEO), <SHUTTER> button
In addition, the RS-232C commands and network functions that correspond to these functions cannot be used either.
zz The above is explanation in the case where “REMOTE2 MODE” of “PROJECTOR SETUP” (Æpage 84) is set to
“STANDARD”.
Appendix
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Technical Information
Two window display combination list
RGB1
Main window
RGB
input
YPBPR
input
DVI
RGB2
Subwindow
RGB
input
YPBPR
input
VIDEO
input
SVIDEO
input
*1
HDMI
*2
*1
*3
*2
SDI
Moving RGB Moving RGB
image system image system
system
system
RGB input
RGB1
YPBPR input
RGB input
RGB2
YPBPR input
VIDEO input
S-VIDEO input
DVI
HDMI
Moving image
system *1
RGB
system *2
Moving image
system *1
RGB
system *2
SDI *3
: P IN P (Picture in Picture) combination is possible
: P IN P (Picture in Picture) combination is impossible
***** Only 480p, 576p, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1 080/60i, 1 080/50i, 1 080/24sF, 1 080/24p, 1 080/25p, 1 080/30p,
1 080/50p, and 1 080/60p are supported.
***** VGA (640 × 480) - WUXGA (1 920 × 1 200)
non-interlace signal, Dot clock frequency : 25 MHz - 162 MHz
(The WUXGA signals support only VESA CVT-RB (Reduced Blanking) signals.)
***** PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only
Note
zz If the horizontal resolution of the input signal of the sub window is 1 280 pixels or above, the picture quality of the sub
window may be lowered.
Restoring the MENU LOCK PASSWORD to default
Appendix
Press <AUTO SETUP> button for more than 2 seconds.
Press ▼ for more than 2 seconds.
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Technical Information
List of compatible signals
The following table specifies the types of signals compatible with the projector.
Format : V
= VIDEO, S = S-VIDEO, D = DVI, H : HDMI, R : RGB, Y : YPBPR, SDI Û
Mode
NTSC/NTSC4.43/
PAL-M/PAL60
PAL/PAL-N/SECAM
525i (480i)
625i (576i)
525p (480p)
625p (576p)
1 125 (1 080)/60i *2
1 125 (1 080)/50i
1 125 (1 080)/24p
1 125 (1 080)/24sF
1 125 (1 080)/25p
1 125 (1 080)/30p
1 125 (1 080)/60p
1 125 (1 080)/50p
750 (720)/60p
750 (720)/50p
VESA400
VGA480
SVGA
MAC16
XGA
MXGA
MAC21
Appendix
1 280 × 720
1 280 × 768
Display resolution
(dots)
PnP *1
Dot clock
frequency
(MHz)
Format
H
(kHz)
V
(Hz)
720 × 480i
15.7
59.9
—
V/S
720 × 576i
720 × 480i
720 × 576i
720 × 483
720 × 576
1 920 × 1 080i
1 920 × 1 080i
1 920 × 1 080
1 920 × 1 080i
1 920 × 1 080
1 920 × 1 080
1 920 × 1 080
1 920 × 1 080
1 280 × 720
1 280 × 720
640 × 400
640 × 400
640 × 480
640 × 480
640 × 480
640 × 480
640 × 480
800 × 600
800 × 600
800 × 600
800 × 600
800 × 600
832 × 624
1 024 × 768
1 024 × 768
1 024 × 768
1 024 × 768
1 024 × 768
1 024 × 768
1 024 × 768
1 024 × 768
1 152 × 864
1 152 × 864
1 152 × 864
1 152 × 864
1 152 × 870
1 280 × 720
1 280 × 720
1 280 × 768
1 280 × 768
1 280 × 768 *3
1 280 × 768
1 280 × 768
15.6
15.7
15.6
31.5
31.3
33.8
28.1
27.0
27.0
28.1
33.8
67.5
56.3
45.0
37.5
31.5
37.9
31.5
35.0
37.9
37.5
43.3
35.2
37.9
48.1
46.9
53.7
49.7
39.6
48.4
56.5
60.0
65.5
68.7
80.0
96.7
53.7
64.0
67.5
76.7
68.7
37.1
44.8
39.6
47.8
47.4
60.3
68.6
50.0
59.9
50.0
59.9
50.0
60.0
50.0
24.0
24.0
25.0
30.0
60.0
50.0
60.0
50.0
70.1
85.1
59.9
66.7
72.8
75.0
85.0
56.3
60.3
72.2
75.0
85.1
74.6
50.0
60.0
70.1
75.0
81.6
85.0
100.0
120.0
60.0
71.2
74.9
85.0
75.1
49.8
59.9
49.9
59.9
60.0
74.9
84.8
—
13.5
13.5
27.0
27.0
74.3
74.3
74.3
74.3
74.3
74.3
148.5
148.5
74.3
74.3
25.2
31.5
25.2
30.2
31.5
31.5
36.0
36.0
40.0
50.0
49.5
56.3
57.3
51.9
65.0
75.0
78.8
86.0
94.5
105.0
130.0
81.6
94.2
108.0
121.5
100.0
60.5
74.5
65.3
79.5
68.3
102.3
117.5
V/S
R/Y/SDI
R/Y/SDI
D/H/R/Y
D/H/R/Y
D/H/R/Y/SDI
D/H/R/Y/SDI
D/H/R/Y/SDI
D/H/R/Y/SDI
D/H/R/Y/SDI
D/H/R/Y/SDI
D/H/R/Y
D/H/R/Y
D/H/R/Y/SDI
D/H/R/Y/SDI
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
½½½ PT-DZ8700U/PT-DS8500U only
122 - ENGLISH
Scanning
frequency
RGB2
DVI-D DVI-D DVI-D
HDMI
EDID1 EDID2 EDID3
Technical Information
Mode
1 280 × 800
MSXGA
SXGA
1 366 × 768
SXGA+
WXGA+
UXGA60
WSXGA+
1 920 × 1 080
WUXGA
Display resolution
(dots)
1 280 × 800
1 280 × 800
1 280 × 800 *3
1 280 × 800
1 280 × 800
1 280 × 960
1 280 × 1 024
1 280 × 1 024
1 280 × 1 024
1 280 × 1 024
1 280 × 1 024
1 280 × 1 024
1 366 × 768
1 366 × 768
1 400 × 1 050
1 400 × 1 050
1 400 × 1 050
1 400 × 1 050
1 400 × 1 050
1 400 × 1 050
1 440 × 900
1 440 × 900
1 600 × 1 200
1 680 × 1 050
1 680 × 1 050
1 920 × 1 080
1 920 × 1 080 *3
1 920 × 1 080 *6
1 920 × 1 200
1 920 × 1 200 *3
1 920 × 1 200 *6
Scanning
frequency
H
(kHz)
V
(Hz)
41.3
49.7
49.3
62.8
71.6
60.0
52.4
64.0
72.3
78.2
80.0
91.1
47.7
39.6
54.1
64.0
65.2
65.3
78.8
82.2
55.9
46.3
75.0
65.3
54.1
55.6
66.6
67.2
61.8
74.0
74.6
50.0
59.8
59.9
74.9
84.9
60.0
50.0
60.0
66.3
72.0
75.0
85.0
59.8
49.9
50.0
60.0
60.0
60.0
72.0
75.0
59.9
49.9
60.0
60.0
50.0
49.9
59.9
60.0
49.9
60.0
59.9
PnP *1
Dot clock
frequency
(MHz)
Format
68.0
83.5
71.0
106.5
122.5
108.0
88.0
108.0
125.0
135.1
135.0
157.5
84.8
69.0
99.9
108.0
122.6
121.8
149.3
155.9
106.5
86.8
162.0
146.3
119.5
141.5
138.5
173.0
158.3
154.0
193.3
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
D/H/R
R
D/H/R
D/H/R
R
RGB2
   
*4
DVI-D DVI-D DVI-D
HDMI
EDID1 EDID2 EDID3
   
*4
   
*4
   
*4
   
*5
   
*5
***** Where marked “ ” signals indicates in Plug and Play is compatible with EDID of projector. Unmarked
signals in Plug and Play may also be compliant if input terminals are written in the format list. Where Plug
and Play is unmarked and nothing is written in the format list, difficulties in projecting image may occur even
when computer and projector appear to have same resolution.
***** If a signal of 1 125 (1 035)/60i is input, it will be displayed as a signal of 1 125 (1 080)/60i.
***** VESA CVT-RB (Reduced Blanking) compatible.
***** PT-DW8300U only
***** PT-DZ8700U only
***** Some loss of data occurs to make projection easier.
ENGLISH - 123
Appendix
Note
zz The number of display dots of the PT-DZ8700U is 1 920 × 1 200, and the number of display dots of the PT-DS8500U is
1 400 × 1 050.
A signal of a different resolution than the above data is converted to the number of display dots and then displayed.
zz The “i” appearing after the resolution indicates an interlaced signal.
zz Flicker (line flicker) may be caused in images if interlace is connected.
Specifications
Model No.
PT-DZ8700U
PT-DS8500U
Power supply
AC120 V
60 Hz
970 W
Power consumption
PT-DW8300U
950 W
When [STANDBY MODE] is [ECO] : Approx. 0.2 W
When [STANDBY MODE] is [NORMAL] : Approx. 6 W
Amps
9.5 A
Panel size
9.0 A
0.96 inch (aspect ratio 16 : 10)
Display system
DLP chip
Number of pixels
0.95 inch (aspect ratio 4 : 3)
0.85 inch (aspect ratio 16 : 9)
Three-unit DLP chip, DLP type
2 304 000 pixels
(1 920 × 1 200 dots) × 3
1 470 000 pixels
(1 400 × 1 050 dots) × 3
Lens
1 049 088 pixels
(1 366 × 768 dots) × 3
Option
Projection lamp
Optical output
2 bulbs × 355 W UHM lamp
*1
10 600 lm (ANSI)
9 600 lm (ANSI)
H : 15 kHz - 100 kHz, V : 24 Hz - 120 Hz
PIAS (Panasonic Intelligent Auto Scanning) system
For RGB signal
Dot clock frequency
Less than 162 MHz
For YPBPR signal
*2
Applicable
scanning
frequency
[480i]
[480p]
[720/50p]
[1 035/60i]
[1 080/60i]
[1 080/25p]
[1 080/30p]
[1 080/50p]
H: 15.73 kHz, V: 59.94 Hz
H: 31.5 kHz, V: 59.94 Hz
H: 37.5 kHz, V: 50 Hz
H: 33.75 kHz, V: 60 Hz
H: 33.75 kHz, V: 60 Hz
H: 28.13 kHz, V: 25 Hz
H: 33.75 kHz, V: 30 Hz
H: 56.25 kHz, V: 50 Hz
[576i]
[576p]
[720/60p]
[1 080/50i]
[1 080/24p]
[1 080/24sF]
[1 080/60p]
H: 15.63 kHz, V: 50 Hz
H: 31.25 kHz, V: 50 Hz
V: 60 Hz
H: 45 kHz,
H: 28.13 kHz, V: 50 Hz
V: 24 Hz
H: 27 kHz,
V: 48 Hz
H: 27 kHz,
H: 67.5 kHz, V: 60 Hz
zzHD/SYNC, VD terminals are not compliant with 3 value composite SYNC.
For video signal
(S-video
included)
For DVI-D/HDMI
signal
For SDI signal
Color system
H : 15.75 kHz/15.63 kHz, V : 50 Hz/60 Hz
480p, 576p, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1 080/60p, 1 080/50p, 1 080/60i, 1 080/50i, 1 080/24sF, 1 080/30p,
1 080/25p, 1 080/24p
zzDisplayable resolution : VGA - WUXGA (non-interlace)
zzDot clock frequency : 25 MHz - 162 MHz
SMPTE259M compatible: [480i], [576i]
SMPTE292M compatible: [720/60p], [720/50p], [1 035/60i],
[1 080/60i], [1 080/50i], [1 080/25p],
[1 080/24p], [1 080/24sF], [1 080/30p]
—
7 standards (NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL/PAL-N/PAL-M/SECAM/PAL60)
70 inch - 600 inch *3
Screen size
Screen aspect ratio
Projection scheme
Contrast ratio
16 : 10
4:3
16 : 9
Menu-selectable from front/rear/ceiling mount, and floor mounting
10 000 : 1 (when [DYNAMIC IRIS] has been set to [3])
RGB1 IN
1 set, BNC × 5
[RGB signal] 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (G-SYNC : 1.0 [p-p] 75 Ω)
HD/SYNC TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
VD
[YPBPR signal] Y : 1.0 V [p-p] Synchronization signal included, PBPR : 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
RGB2 IN
1 set of high density, D-sub 15-pin (female)
[RGB signal] 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (G-SYNC : 1.0 [p-p] 75 Ω)
HD/SYNC TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
VD
[YPBPR signal] Y : 1.0 V [p-p] Synchronization signal included, PBPR : 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
Terminals
Appendix
124 - ENGLISH
Specifications
Model No.
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
1 set, BNC, 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω
1 set, Mini DIN 4-pin, Y: 1.0 V [p-p], C: 0.286 V [p-p] 75 Ω, compatible with S1 signal
1 set, DVI-D 24-pin (Single link), DVI 1.0 compatible, HDCP compatible
HDMI IN
1 set, HDMI 19-pin (HDCP/Deep color compatible)
SDI IN
REMOTE 1
IN/OUT
REMOTE 2 IN
LAN
Power cord length
Cabinet
1 set, BNC, Y/CB/CR/4 : 2 : 2, 10 bits
SMPTE259M/SMPTE292M compatible
—
1 set, D-sub 9-pin, RS-232C compatible, computer control use
1 set, M3 pin jack, wired remote control use, multiple connection use
1 set, D-sub 9-pin, external control use
1 set, RJ-45, network connection use, PJLink compatible, 10 Base-T/100Base-TX
3.0 m
Moulded plastic
Width : 530 mm (20 7/8"), Length : 200 mm (7 7/8"),
Height : 548.5 mm (21 19/32") (540 mm (21 1/4") : not including surface projection parts)
Dimensions
Approx. 24.0 kg (52.9 lbs.) *4
Weight
Operating environment
Power supply
Operating range
Weight
Dimensions
Ceiling bracket
Projection lens
Options
PT-DW8300U
DVI-D IN
SERIAL IN/OUT
Remote
control
PT-DS8500U
Lens Motor
Cover
Temperature *5 : 0 °C to 45 °C
Humidity : 10 % to 80 % (no condensation)
DC 3 V (AA/R6 battery × 2)
Approx. 30 m (98'5") (when operated directly in front of signal receptor)
134 g (4.7 ozs.) (including batteries)
Width : 51 mm (2"), Length : 176 mm (6 15/16"), Height : 28 mm (1 3/32")
For high ceiling : ET-PKD310H
For low ceiling : ET-PKD310S
Ceiling Mount Attachment : ET-PAD310
ET-D75LE6, ET-D75LE1, ET-D75LE2, ET-D75LE3, ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE5, ET-D75LE8
ET-D75LE10, ET-D75LE20, ET-D75LE30
ET-D75MC1
Replacement
Lamp Unit
ET-LAD310 (1 bulb), ET-LAD310W (2 bulbs)
Replacement
filter unit
ET-ACF310
Smoke Cut Filter
ET-SFD310
Frame
ET-PFD310
***** Measurement, measuring conditions and method of notation all comply with ISO21118 international
standards.
***** For details of video signals that can be projected using this projector, refer to “List of compatible signals”
(Æpage 122).
***** If ET-D75LE5 is installed, screen size is 70 inches - 300 inches.
***** This is the average value. It may differ depending on each product.
***** When using this projector at high elevations 1 400 - 2 700 m (4 593 - 8 858 ft) sea level, temperature will be
5 °C lower than this higher limit.
When a Smoke Cut Filter is used, the ambient temperature is 0 °C to 35 °C. However, use at high altitudes
is not possible.
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
ENGLISH - 125
Appendix
Terminals
PT-DZ8700U
Specifications
Dimensions
200 (7 - 7/8")
462 (18 - 7/32")
100 (3 - 15/16")
8.5 (11/32")
540 (21 - 1/4")
<Unit : mm>
26 (1 - 1/32")
468 (18 - 7/16")
530 (20 - 7/8")
About brand
Trademark Acknowledgement
zz Microsoft® and its logos, Windows®, Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, and Internet Explorer®
are the registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
zz Macintosh, Mac OS and Safari are the trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the United States and other
countries.
zz PJLink™ is a pending trademark in Japan, the United States, and other countries and regions.
zz HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the trademarks or registered trademarks
of HDMI Licensing LLC.
zz Other types of names such as company names and product names appearing in this instruction manual are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
The ® and TM marks are not indicated in this instruction manual.
Appendix
126 - ENGLISH
Ceiling mount bracket
safeguards
Ceiling
mount bracket safeguards
When installing the ceiling mount bracket to the projector, install the accessory Drop-prevention bracket (Safety
cables) to the projector.
(The projector will still be safe if they are not used, however they will help prevent the possibility of accidents
caused by the projector falling down if the screws happen to become loose.)
Ceiling bracket : For high ceiling : ET-PKD310H, For low ceiling : ET-PKD310S,
Ceiling Mount Attachment : ET-PAD310
Installation work of the ceiling mount bracket should only be carried by a
qualified technician according to the following procedure.
zz Panasonic takes no responsibility for any losses or damage occurring as a result of using a ceiling mount
bracket not manufactured by Panasonic, or if damage to the projector occurs as a result of an inappropriate
location used for installing the ceiling mount bracket, even if the projector’s warranty period has not yet expired.
zz Use a torque screwdriver or similar tool to tighten the screws. Do not use tools such as electric screwdrivers or
impact screwdrivers.
zz An unused ceiling mount bracket should be removed promptly by qualified technician.
zz Do not use the screw holes of the front leg adjusters for the projector installation.
zz Do not attach the safety cable to the burglar hook port and suspend the projector on it.
zz For how to install wire ropes to the ceiling, see the installation manual for the ceiling mount bracket.
zz For details, see the installation manual for the ceiling mount bracket.
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
Attachment procedure
1111 Turn the projector upside down and
place it gently on a soft cloth.
2222 Put the plain washer on the wire rope
fixing screw.
Wire rope fixing screw
Plain washer
Wire rope
Positions to install
wire ropes to body
3333 Put the wire rope through the wire rope
fixing screw.
4444 Install the wire rope fixing screws to the
projector and tighten them.
zz Install the wire ropes to the 2 places in a similar
manner.
Ceiling bracket
(Metal fitting attached to the ceiling mount bracket or projector
metal fitting for the ceiling mount bracket)
Wire rope fixing screw: M6 x L20.
Tightening torque of fixing screw: 4 ± 0.5 Nm
Ceiling mount
Please also attach the washer
which is additional accessory to
the ceiling mount.
Attention
zz Do not use other than the provided Wire rope fixing screw (x2), washers (x4) and Safety cables (x2).
zz Install the wire ropes so that they do not sag between the installation portions on the body and those on the ceiling.
ENGLISH - 127
Appendix
Washer
Index
Index
A
I
S
About brand...................................126
Accessories.....................................16
ADVANCED MENU.........................63
ASPECT..........................................58
AUTO SETUP..................................71
AUTO SETUP function....................47
AUTO SIGNAL................................71
Important Safety Notice.....................2
INITIALIZE.......................................86
INPUT RESOLUTION.....................64
Input signal......................................46
INSTALLATION...............................75
Internal test pattern.........................47
B
KEYSTONE.....................................62
SAVE ALL USER DATA...................86
SCHEDULE.....................................81
SCREEN SETTING.........................69
Screen size and throw distance......22
SDI IN..............................................73
SECURITY menu............................91
SECURITY PASSWORD.................91
Selecting the input signal................41
Serial terminal............................... 117
SERVICE PASSWORD...................86
Setting projector ID number
to remote control..........................20
Setting up........................................21
SHARPNESS..................................56
SHIFT..............................................58
SHUTTER function..........................46
SIGNAL LIST...................................89
Registering a signal.................89
SIGNAL LIST menu.........................89
Specifications................................124
STANDBY MODE............................81
STARTUP LOGO.............................74
STATUS...........................................83
STATUS function.............................46
Sub memory....................................90
SUB MENU......................................50
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW.............55
SYSTEM SELECTOR.....................57
BACK COLOR.................................74
BLANKING......................................63
BRIGHTNESS.................................53
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL...............77
C
Ceiling mount bracket....................127
CLAMP POSITION..........................64
CLOCK PHASE...............................60
COLOR............................................53
COLOR MATCHING........................68
COLOR TEMPERATURE................54
Connecting
AV equipment...........................35
Before connection to the
projector...............................34
Computers...............................36
Connecting the power cord.............38
CONTRAST.....................................53
Control commands via LAN........... 115
CONTROL DEVICE SETUP............93
COOLING CONDITION...................76
D
DATE AND TIME.............................84
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY............63
Dimensions....................................126
Direct power off function..................40
Display language.............................67
DISPLAY LANGUAGE menu...........67
DISPLAY OPTION menu.................68
DISPLAY SETTING.........................92
DVI-D IN..........................................72
DYNAMIC IRIS................................56
E
EDGE BLENDING...........................64
F
FILTER COUNTER RESET.............85
FILTER indicator............................108
FOCUS
Adjusting..................................41
FRAME DELAY...............................66
FREEZE..........................................74
Front leg adjusters...........................33
FUNCTION................................47, 84
Appendix
G
GAMMA...........................................55
GEOMETRY....................................60
H
HDMI IN...........................................73
HIGH ALTITUDE MODE..................75
128 - ENGLISH
K
L
LAMP indicator..............................107
LAMP POWER................................77
LAMP RELAY..................................76
LAMP SELECT................................76
LARGE SCREEN CORRECTION......69
LENS CALIBRATION......................85
Lens position...................................42
List of compatible signals..............122
LOAD ALL USER DATA...................86
M
MAIN MENU....................................50
Managing the indicated problems....107
MENU LOCK...................................92
MENU LOCK PASSWORD...........121
Menu Navigation.............................49
N
Navigating through the menu..........49
NETWORK menu............................94
NOISE REDUCTION.......................56
NO SIGNAL SHUT-OFF..................84
O
On-screen display.....................46, 73
P
Picture Aspect ratio.........................48
PICTURE menu...............................52
PICTURE MODE.............................52
P IN P function.................................87
P IN P menu....................................87
PJLink protocol.............................. 114
POSITION menu.............................58
Powering off the projector................40
Powering up the projector...............39
Precautions with regard to safety......8
Projecting........................................41
Projection lens.................................37
Projection method...........................21
Projector body.................................18
PROJECTOR ID..............................75
PROJECTOR SETUP menu...........75
R
RASTER POSITION........................66
REMOTE 2 IN terminal..................120
REMOTE2 MODE...........................84
Remote control................................17
Replacement.................................109
RGB IN............................................72
RS-232C..........................................82
T
Technical Information.................... 114
TEMP indicator..............................108
TEST PATTERN..............................88
TEST PATTERN menu....................88
TINT.................................................53
Troubleshooting............................. 112
Two window display combination.....121
W
WAVEFORM MONITOR..................70
Wired remote control.......................20
Z
ZOOM..............................................59
NOTE:
This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery which contains Perchlorate Material - special handling
may apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
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