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User's Guide
Notations Used in This Guide
f Safety Indications
So that you can use the projector safely and correctly, symbols are applied in the documentation and on the projector to indicate possible harm to the user or
to others and the risk of damage to property.
The indications and their meaning are as follows. Make sure you understand them properly before reading the guide.
Warning
Indicates the possibility of death or serious injury if this symbol is ignored or if sufficient care is not taken.
Caution
Indicates the possibility of injury or damage to property if this symbol is ignored or if sufficient care is not taken.
f General Information Indications
Attention
q
s
g
Procedure
[ (Name) ]
"(Menu Name)"
Indicates procedures which may result in damage or injury if sufficient care is not taken.
Indicates additional information and points which may be useful to know regarding a topic.
Indicates a page where detailed information regarding a topic can be found.
Indicates that an explanation of the underlined word or words in front of this symbol appears in the glossary of terms. See
the "Glossary" section of the "Appendices". s p.85
Indicates operating methods and the order of operations.
The procedure indicated should be carried out in the order of the numbered steps.
Indicates the name of the buttons on the remote control or the control panel.
Example: [Esc] button
Indicates configuration menu items.
Example: "Image" - "Brightness"
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Contents
Projector Features......................................................................................5
Part Names and Functions ........................................................................6
Front/Top.............................................................................................................. 6
Rear ..................................................................................................................... 7
Control Panel ....................................................................................................... 8
Remote Control .................................................................................................... 9
Base ................................................................................................................... 11
Useful Functions
Changing the Projected Image................................................................13
Switching by Automatic Detection of Input Signal (Source Search)................... 13
Direct Switching by Remote Control .................................................................. 14
Functions for Enhancing Projection.......................................................15
Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color Mode) ................................... 15
Setting Auto Iris................................................................................................. 16
Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V Mute) ....................................... 17
Freezing the Image (Freeze).............................................................................. 18
Changing the Aspect Ratio ................................................................................ 19
Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom) ............................................................... 22
Security Functions ...................................................................................24
Managing Users (Password Protect) ................................................................. 24
Restricting Operation (Control Panel Lock)........................................................ 27
Anti-Theft Lock ................................................................................................... 28
Configuration Menu
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Appendices
Installation Methods ................................................................................ 55
Cleaning .................................................................................................... 56
Cleaning the Projector's Surface ....................................................................... 56
Cleaning the Lens.............................................................................................. 56
Cleaning the Air Filter and Air Intake Vent......................................................... 56
Replacing Consumables ......................................................................... 57
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries ........................................................... 57
Replacing the Lamp........................................................................................... 58
Replacing the Air Filter ...................................................................................... 61
Saving a User's Logo............................................................................... 63
Screen Size and Distance........................................................................ 66
Connecting and Removing a USB Device ............................................. 67
Connecting a USB Device ................................................................................. 67
Reading the Indicators....................................................................................... 67
Removing a USB Device ................................................................................... 67
Inserting and Ejecting a SD Card ........................................................... 68
Inserting a SD Card .......................................................................................... 68
Reading the SD Card Access Lamp .................................................................. 68
Ejecting a SD Card ............................................................................................ 69
Connecting with USB Cable for Projection (USB Display)................... 70
How to Connect ................................................................................................. 70
Connecting a USB Cable ......................................................................... 73
Page Up/Down by Remote Control.................................................................... 73
Operating the Mouse Pointer by Remote Control (Wireless Mouse function) ... 74
Using the Configuration Menu ................................................................30
List of Functions.......................................................................................31
Using Slideshow ...................................................................................... 77
Image Menu ....................................................................................................... 31
Signal Menu ....................................................................................................... 32
Settings Menu .................................................................................................... 34
Extended Menu .................................................................................................. 35
Info Menu (Display only) .................................................................................... 37
Reset Menu........................................................................................................ 38
Optional Accessories and Consumables .............................................. 84
Glossary.................................................................................................... 85
ESC/VP21 Commands ............................................................................. 87
Troubleshooting
Using the Help ..........................................................................................40
Problem Solving .......................................................................................42
Reading the Indicators ....................................................................................... 42
When the Indicators Provide No Help ................................................................ 46
Image Files that can be Projected in a Slideshow ............................................. 77
Basic Slideshow Operations .............................................................................. 77
Setting Image File Display and Slideshow......................................................... 82
Command List.................................................................................................... 87
Cable Layouts.................................................................................................... 87
USB Connection Setup...................................................................................... 88
List of Supported Monitor Displays ....................................................... 89
Specifications........................................................................................... 92
Specifications..................................................................................................... 92
Operating Requirements of Supplied Software ................................................. 95
Contents
Appearance ...............................................................................................96
Index ..........................................................................................................97
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Projector Features
Ease of use
f The A/V mute slide makes it easy to project and store
You can stop and resume projection
easily by opening and closing the A/V
mute slide which makes giving clear
presentations easier.
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f Projecting images from a USB storage device or SD card without
using a computer
Connect the USB storage device or SD card to the projector, and you can
project JPEG images of photographs shot with a digital camera and so on,
as a slideshow. This makes projection easy, since it is not necessary to
connect a computer. s p.77
Enhanced security functions
f A single foot design means you do not have to make any difficult
f Password Protect to restrict and manage users
By setting a password you can restrict who can use the projector. s p.24
levelling adjustments
You can easily make height
adjustments with one hand.
sQuick Start Guide
f Control Panel Lock restricts button operation on the control panel
You can prevent people from changing the settings on the projector
without permission. s p.27
f Equipped with various anti-theft devices
The projector is equipped with the following security devices. s p.28
• Security slot
• Security cable installation point
f Connecting with USB cable for projection (USB Display)
You can project what's on the
computer screen simply by
connecting a Windows computer with
a USB cable.
sQuick Start Guide
Easy to handle
f Direct power On/Off
In places where power is managed centrally, such as in a conference
room, the projector can be set to power on and off automatically when the
power source to which the projector is connected is switched on or off.
f No cool down delay
After turning the projector's power off, you can disconnect the projector's
power cable without having to wait for the projector to cool down first.
Part Names and Functions
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Front/Top
Name
D
Front adjustable
feet
Extend and adjust the position of the projected
image when the projector is placed on a
surface such as a desk. s Quick Start Guide
E
Foot adjust lever
Pull out the foot lever to extend and retract the
front foot. s Quick Start Guide
F
A/V mute slide
Slide shut when not using the projector to
protect the lens. By closing during projection
you can hide the image and the sound (A/V
Mute). s Quick Start Guide, p.17
G
Remote receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.
s Quick Start Guide
G
H
Focus ring
Adjusts the image focus. s Quick Start
Guide
F
E
D
I
Zoom ring
Adjusts the image size. s Quick Start Guide
J
A/V mute slide
knob
Slide the knob to open and close the A/V mute
slide.
K
Security slot (j)
The security slot is compatible with the
Microsaver Security System manufactured by
Kensington. s p.28
K
A
J
I
H
B
C
Name
Function
Function
A
Control panel
s p.8
B
Lamp cover
Open this cover when replacing the projector's
lamp. s p.59
C
Air exhaust vent
Caution
Do not place objects that may become warped
or otherwise affected by heat near the air
exhaust vent and do not put your face or
hands near the air exhaust vent while
projection is in progress.
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Part Names and Functions
Rear
Name
A KJI H G
B
Name
F
G
E
Function
S-Video input
port
For S-videog signals from video sources.
Video input port
For composite videog signals from video
sources.
Audio input port
Connects to the audio output port of the
equipment you want to project from and inputs
the audio. s Quick Start Guide
H
USB port (Type B) You can use a number of functions by
connecting a computer via a USB cable and
making connection settings.
• Connect to a computer by USB cable to
project images from the computer. s p.70
• You can Page Up/Down and operate a
mouse pointer using the remote control. You
can also use this port to control the projector
from a computer. s p.73
I
Connects to the power cable. s Quick Start
Guide
USB port (Type A) Connect a digital camera or USB storage
device to project a slideshow of images stored
on the device. s p.67, 77
J
USB indicator
Receives signals from the remote control.
s Quick Start Guide
Indicates the status of USB port (Type A) by
flashing or being lit. s p.67
K
SD card slot
Insert an SD card, and project a stored image
file as a slideshow. s p.68, 77
C
D
Function
A
SD Card Access
Lamp
B
Speaker
C
Power inlet
D
Remote receiver
E
HDMI input port
For signals from a computer or HDMIcompatible video sources. s Quick Start
Guide
F
Computer input
port
For video signals from a computer and
component videog signals from other video
sources. s Quick Start Guide
Displays SD card access status. s p.68
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Part Names and Functions
Control Panel
Name
A
B
Name
H
I
C
D
E
[v] [w] buttons
Corrects keystone distortion.
If pressed when a configuration menu or a help
screen is displayed, these buttons select menu
items and setting values.
s Quick Start Guide, s p.30
F
[Help] button
Displays and closes the help screen which
shows you how to deal with problems if they
occur. s p.40
G
[Esc] button
Stops the current function.
If pressed when a configuration menu is
displayed, it moves to the previous menu level.
s p.30
H
[a] [b] buttons
Press to adjust the volume.
If pressed when a configuration menu or a help
screen is displayed, these buttons select menu
items and setting values.
s Quick Start Guide, s p.30
I
[Menu] button
Displays and closes the configuration menu.
s p.30
G
E
F
Function
A
[t] button
Turns the projector power on or off. s Quick
Start Guide
B
Status indicators
The color of the indicators and whether they
are flashing or lit indicates the status of the
projector. s p.42
C
[Source Search]
button
Changes to the next input source that is
connected to the projector and is sending an
image. s p.13
D
[Enter] button
If pressed during projection of computer signal
images, it automatically adjusts the tracking,
synchronization, and position to project the
optimum image.
When a configuration menu or a help screen is
displayed, it accepts and enters the current
selection and moves to the next level. s p.30
Function
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Part Names and Functions
Remote Control
Name
Function
A
[t] button
Turns the projector power on or off. s Quick
Start Guide
B
[S-Video] button
Changes to images from the S-Video input
port. s p.14
C
[Computer]
button
Changes to images from the Computer input
port. s p.14
D
Numeric buttons
Use these buttons when entering a password.
s p.24
E
[Freeze] button
Images are paused or unpaused. s p.18
F
[A/V Mute] button Turns the video and audio on or off. s p.17
G
[Auto Setup]
button
If pressed during projection of computer signal
images, it automatically adjusts the tracking,
synchronization, and position to project the
optimum image.
H
[Aspect] button
The aspect ratiog changes each time the
button is pressed. s p.19
I
[Page] buttons
(+) (-)
You can Page Up/Down between pages
projected by USB display. s p.70
• Page Up/Down between slides of a
slideshow can be made. s p.77
• Page Up/Down is enabled when the projector
is connected to a computer with a USB
cable. s p.73
J
[E-Zoom] buttons (+) Enlarges the image without changing the
(z) (x)
projection size.
(-) Reduces parts of the image that have been
enlarged using the [z] button.
s p.22
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Part Names and Functions
Name
Function
Name
Function
K
[Menu] button
Displays and closes the configuration menu.
s p.30
R
[Num] button
Use these buttons when entering a password.
s p.24
L
[
If pressed when a configuration menu or a help
screen is displayed, these buttons select menu
items and setting values. s p.30, 40
Select an item or photograph during slideshow
projection. s p.77
When using the Wireless Mouse function, the
mouse pointer moves in the direction you
press the button. s p.74
S
[HDMI] button
Changes to images from the HDMI input port.
s p.14
T
[Slideshow]
button
Changes to slideshow images. s p.14
U
[Video] button
Changes to images from the Video input port.
s p.14
V
[USB Display]
button
Changes to USB Display images. s p.14
W
[Source Search]
button
Changes to the next input source that is
connected to the projector and is sending an
image. s p.13
X
Remote control
light-emitting
area
Outputs remote control signals. s Quick
Start Guide
M
] button
[Enter] button
When a configuration menu or a help screen is
displayed, it accepts and enters the current
selection and moves to the next level.
s p.30, 40
When using the Wireless Mouse function, this
functions as the left mouse button. s p.74
N
[Esc] button
Stops the current function. If pressed when a
configuration menu is displayed, it moves to
the previous level. s p.30, 40
When using the Wireless Mouse function, this
functions as the right mouse button. s p.74
O
[Volume] buttons
(a) (b)
(a) Lowers the volume.
(b) Raises the volume.
s Quick Start Guide
P
[Help] button
Displays and closes the help screen which
shows you how to deal with problems if they
occur. s p.40
Q
[Color Mode]
button
Each time the button is pressed, the color
mode changes. s p.15
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Part Names and Functions
Base
Name
E
D
A
C
B
B
Name
Function
A
Suspension
bracket fixing
points (3 points)
Attach the optional ceiling mount here when
suspending the projector from a ceiling.
s p.55, 84
B
Rear foot
(2 points)
Turn to extend and retract to adjust the
horizontal tilt. sQuick Start Guide
C
Security cable
installation point
Pass a commercially available anti-theft wire
lock through here when you want to secure the
projector to a fixed object. s p.28
Function
D
Air filter
(Air intake vent)
This prevents dust and other foreign particles
from getting inside the projector when air is
drawn in. The projector displays a warning
message when it is time to clean or replace the
air filter. s p.56, 61
E
Front adjustable
feet
s p.6
Useful Functions
This chapter explains useful functions for giving presentations and so on, and the security functions.
Changing the Projected Image .......................... 13
Security Functions..............................................24
• Switching by Automatic Detection of Input Signal
(Source Search) .................................................................13
• Direct Switching by Remote Control ..............................14
• Managing Users (Password Protect)............................... 24
Functions for Enhancing Projection ................. 15
• Restricting Operation (Control Panel Lock) ................. 27
• Anti-Theft Lock ................................................................ 28
• Selecting the Projection Quality
(Selecting Color Mode) .....................................................15
Changing color mode by remote control........................................15
Changing color mode with the configuration menu.......................16
• Setting Auto Iris ...............................................................16
• Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily
(A/V Mute) .........................................................................17
• Freezing the Image (Freeze).............................................18
• Changing the Aspect Ratio...............................................19
Switching methods .........................................................................19
Changing the aspect of computer image/HDMI image..................20
• Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom) ...........................22
Type of Password Protect .............................................................. 24
Setting Password Protect................................................................ 24
Entering the Password.................................................................... 26
Installing the wire lock................................................................... 28
Changing the Projected Image
Use the following methods to switch images for projection.
• Switching by source search
The projector automatically detects signals being input from
connected equipment, and the image being input from the equipment
is projected.
• Direct switching
Switch by pressing the button for the target input port on the remote
control.
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Procedure
When your video equipment is connected, start playback before beginning
this operation.
Using the remote control
Switching by Automatic Detection of Input Signal
(Source Search)
You can project the target image quickly because the [Source Search]
button skips input ports where no image is being input.
Computer
S-Video
Video
Slideshow*
USB Display
HDMI*
Using the control panel
When two or more pieces of equipment are connected, press the
[Source Search] button until the target image is projected.
Changing the Projected Image
q
The following screen showing the status of image signals is
displayed when only the image that the projector is
currently displaying is available, or when no image signal
can be found. You can select the input port where the
connected equipment you want to use is projecting. If no
operation is performed after about 10 seconds, the screen
closes.
Direct Switching by Remote Control
You can switch directly to the targeted source by pressing a button on the
remote control.
Refer to the following for button operation. s p.9
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color
Mode)
You can easily obtain the optimum image quality simply by selecting the
setting that best corresponds to your surroundings when projecting. The
brightness of the image varies depending on the mode selected.
Mode
Dynamic
Game
Living Room
Theater
Photo*1
Sports*2
sRGBg
Dark Wall
*1
*2
Application
Ideal for use in a bright room. This is the brightest
mode and reproduces shadow tones well.
Ideal for making presentations using color materials
in a bright room.
Ideal for making presentations using black-andwhite materials in a bright room.
Ideal for watching films in a dark room. This gives
images a natural tone.
Ideal for projecting still pictures, such as photos, in a
bright room. This makes images vivid and brings
them into contrast.
Ideal for watching TV programmes in a bright room.
This makes images vivid and brings them to life.
Ideal for images that conform to the sRGB color
standard.
Even if you are projecting onto a blackboard
(greenboard), this setting gives your images a natural
tint, just like when projecting onto a screen.
Selectable only with the following signal inputs.
Computer, HDMI Digital-RGB, USB Display, Slideshow
Selectable only with the following signal inputs.
Component video, S-Video, composite video, HDMI component
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f Changing color mode by remote control
Procedure
Each time you press the button, the color mode name is displayed on the
screen and the color mode changes.
If you press the button while the color mode name is displayed on the
screen, it changes to the next color mode.
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
f Changing color mode with the configuration menu
Procedure
the [Menu] button and select "Image" - "Color
A Press
Mode" in the configuration menu.
p.30
s
Using the remote control
Setting Auto Iris
By automatically setting the luminance according to the brightness of the
displayed image, it lets you enjoy deep and rich images.
Procedure
the [Menu] button and select "Image" - "Auto
A Press
Iris" in the configuration menu.
p.30
s
Using the remote control
Using the control panel
Using the control panel
B Select a Color Mode name.
the [Menu] button to close the configuration
C Press
menu.
B Select "On".
The set value is stored for each color mode.
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
the [Menu] button to close the configuration
C Press
menu.
q
This item can be selected only when "Dynamic" or
"Theater" is selected as the "Color Mode" setting in the
"Image" menu.
Hiding the Image and Sound Temporarily (A/V Mute)
You can use this when you want to focus the audience's attention on what
you are saying, or if you do not want to show details such as when you are
changing between files during presentations from a computer.
Procedure
Remote control
Projector
Each time you press the button, or the A/V mute slide is opened or closed,
A/V Mute turns on or off.
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
Freezing the Image (Freeze)
q
• If you use this function when projecting moving images,
the images and sound continue to be played back by the
source, and you cannot return to the point where A/V
Mute was activated.
• From the remote control you can choose to display black,
blue, or logo as the A/V mute display using the
"Extended" - "Display" - "A/V Mute" setting in the
configuration menu. s p.35
• When the A/V mute slide is closed and A/V Mute begins,
the power supply can be set to automatically turn off after
about 30 minutes by setting "Extended" - "Operation" "Lens Cover Timer" in the configuration menu. s p.36
When the moving image on the screen is frozen, the image continues to
project, so you can project a moving image one frame at a time like a still
photo. Also, you can perform operations such as changing between files
during presentations from a computer without projecting any images if the
Freeze function is activated beforehand.
Procedure
Remote control
Each time you press the button, Freeze turns on or off.
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
Changing the Aspect Ratio
q
• Audio does not stop.
• The image source continues to play back the moving
images even while the screen is frozen, so it is not possible
to resume projection from the point where it was paused.
• If the [Freeze] button is pressed while the configuration
menu or a help screen is displayed, the menu or help
screen being displayed is cleared.
• Freeze still works while E-Zoom is being used.
When you connect video equipment and project images that have been
recorded in digital video or onto DVDs in 16:9 wide-screen format,
change the aspect ratiog. Changing the aspect ratio is also required when
you want to project computer images at full size.
Switching methods and types of aspect ratio are as follows.
f Switching methods
Procedure
Each time you press the button, the aspect name is displayed on the screen
and the aspect changes.
If you press the button while the aspect name is displayed on the screen, it
changes to the next aspect mode.
q
This can also be set using "Aspect" from the "Signal"
menu in the configuration menu. s p.32
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
f Changing the aspect of computer image/HDMI image
When projecting input images from the Computer input port or HDMI input port, the aspect ratio can be changed as follows. The projection size is 1280 x
800 dots (aspect ratio 16:10) due to WXGA panel resolution. When projecting on to 16:9 screens, set the aspect to "16:9".
Normal
Auto
Setting
Explanation
During image input Projects to the full projection size retaining the
from Computer
aspect of the input image.
input port
Projection example
During 1024 ^ 768 signal input
During image input Projects in an appropriate aspect based on
from HDMI input
information from the signal being input.
port
During 1280 ^ 800 signal input
16:9
Projects to the full projection size at an aspect of
16:9.
During 1024 ^ 768 signal input
Full
Projects to full projection size.
During 1024 ^ 768 signal input
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
Setting
Zoom
Through
q
Explanation
Projection example
Projects to full projection size in the lateral
During 1024 ^ 768 signal input
direction retaining the aspect ratio of input image.
Parts that extend beyond the projection size are
not projected.
Projects at the resolution of the input image size
to the center of the screen. This is ideal for
clearer projection.
When image resolution is above 1280 ^ 800, the
periphery of the image is not projected.
During 800 ^ 600 signal input
During 1400 ^1050 signal
input
When some portions of an image are missing or not all of the image can be projected during computer image projection, set
"Resolution" in the configuration menu to "Wide" or "Normal" according to the panel size of the computer. s p.32
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)
This is useful when you want to expand images such as graphs and tables
to see them in greater detail.
the cross to the area of the image that you
B Move
want to enlarge.
Remote control
Procedure
A Start E-Zoom.
Remote control
Cross
Functions for Enhancing Projection
C Enlarge.
Remote control
Each time the button is pressed, the area is enlarged. You can
enlarge quickly by holding the button down.
You can reduce the enlarged image by pressing the [-] button.
Press the [Esc] button to cancel.
q
• The enlargement ratio appears on the screen. The
selected area can be enlarged to between 1 to 4 times in 25
incremental steps.
• Hold down the [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] button to scroll the image.
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Security Functions
The projector has the following enhanced security functions.
• Password protect
You can limit who can use the projector.
• Control Panel Lock
You can prevent people from changing the settings on the projector
without permission.
• Anti-Theft Lock
The projector is equipped with various types of anti-theft security
devices.
Managing Users (Password Protect)
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f Setting Password Protect
Use the following procedure to set Password Protect.
Procedure
down the [Freeze] button for about five
A Hold
seconds.
The password protect setting menu is displayed.
Remote control
When the Password Protect function is activated, people who do not know
the password cannot use the projector to project images even if the
projector power is on. Furthermore, the user's logo that is displayed when
you turn on the projector cannot be changed. This acts as an anti-theft
device as the projector cannot be used even if it is stolen. At the time of
purchase the Password Protect function is not activated.
f Type of Password Protect
The following two kinds of password protect settings can be made
according to how the projector is being used.
1. "Power On Protect"
When "Power On Protect" is "On", the password must be entered
whenever the projector is turned on after it has been disconnected from
the power supply to which it was connected the last time the password
was entered. If the correct password is not entered, projection does not
start.
2."User's Logo Protect"
Even if someone tries to change the user's logo set by the owner of the
projector, it cannot be changed. When "User's Logo Protect" is set to
"On" the following setting changes are prohibited.
• Capturing a user's logo
• Changing settings of "Display Background", "Startup Screen", and
"A/V Mute" in the "Display" setting in the configuration menu.
q
• If Password Protect is already activated, you must enter
the password.
If the password is entered correctly, the password protect
setting menu is displayed. s "Entering the Password"
p.26
• When the password is set, stick the password protect
sticker in a visible position on the projector as a further
theft deterrent.
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Security Functions
B Turn on "Power On Protect".
(1) Select "Power On Protect", and then press the [Enter] button.
(2) Select "On", and then press the [Enter] button.
(3) Press the [Esc] button.
C
Turn on "User's Logo Protect".
(1) Select "User's Logo Protect", and then press the [Enter] button.
(2) Select "On", and then press the [Enter] button.
(3) Press the [Esc] button.
D Set the password.
(1) Select "Password", and then press the [Enter] button.
(2) When the message "Change the password?" is displayed, select
"Yes" and then press the [Enter] button. The default setting for
the password is "0000". Change this to your own desired
password. If you select "No", the screen shown in step 1 is
displayed again.
(3) With holding down the [Num] button, enter a four digit number
using the numeric buttons. The number entered is displayed as
"* * * *". When you enter the fourth digit, the confirmation
screen is displayed.
Remote control
Numeric
buttons
(4) Re-enter the password.
The message "Password accepted." is displayed.
If you enter the password incorrectly, a message is displayed
prompting you to re-enter the password.
Security Functions
f Entering the Password
When the password entry screen is displayed, enter the password using the
numeric buttons on the remote control.
Procedure
With holding down the [Num] button, enter the password
by using the numeric buttons.
When you enter the correct password, projection begins.
Attention
• If an incorrect password is entered three times in succession, the
message "The projector's operation will be locked." is displayed
for about five minutes, and then the projector switches to standby
condition. If this happens, disconnect the power plug from the
electrical outlet and then reinsert it and turn the projector's power
back on. The projector displays the password entry screen again
so that you can enter the correct password.
• If you have forgotten the password, make a note of the "Request
Code: xxxxx" number that appears on the screen and contact the
nearest address provided in the Support and Service Guide.
s Epson Projector Contact List
• If you continue to repeat the above operation and input the wrong
password thirty times in succession, the following message is
displayed and the projector does not accept any more password
entries. "The projector's operation will be locked. Contact Epson
as described in your documentation." s Epson Projector
Contact List
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Security Functions
Restricting Operation (Control Panel Lock)
Using the control panel
Do one of the following to lock the operation buttons on the control panel.
• Full lock
All of the buttons on the control panel are locked. You cannot perform
any operations from the control panel, including turning the power on or
off.
• Partial lock
All of the buttons on the control panel, except for the [t] button, are
locked.
This is useful at events or shows when you want to deactivate all buttons
and only project, or at schools when you want to limit button operation.
The projector can still be operated using the remote control.
Procedure
the [Menu] button and select "Settings"
A Press
"Control Panel Lock" in the configuration menu.
-
s p.30
Using the remote control
Check the buttons you can use and the operations they perform in
the guide under the menu.
B Select either "Full Lock" or "Partial Lock".
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"Yes" when the confirmation message is
C Select
displayed.
The control panel buttons are locked according to the setting you
chose.
q
You can release the control panel lock by one of the
following two methods.
• From the remote control, select "Off" from "Settings" "Control Panel Lock" in the configuration menu.
• When you press and hold down the [Enter] button on the
control panel for about seven seconds, a message is
displayed and the lock is released.
Anti-Theft Lock
As the projector is often setup on ceiling mounts and left in rooms
unattended, it is possible that someone may try and take the projector, so
the projector includes the following security devices.
• Security slot
The security slot is compatible with the Microsaver Security System
manufactured by Kensington. You can find details about the Microsaver
Security System on the Kensington homepage
http://www.kensington.com/
• Security cable installation point
A commercially available theft-prevention wire lock can be passed
through the installation point to secure the projector to a desk or pillar.
f Installing the wire lock
Pass an anti-theft wire lock through the installation point.
See the documentation supplied with the wire lock for locking
instructions.
Configuration Menu
This chapter explains how to use the configuration menu and its functions.
Using the Configuration Menu .......................... 30
List of Functions ................................................. 31
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•
•
•
•
•
Image Menu .......................................................................31
Signal Menu .......................................................................32
Settings Menu ....................................................................34
Extended Menu .................................................................35
Info Menu (Display only)..................................................37
Reset Menu ........................................................................38
Using the Configuration Menu
30
A Selecting from the top menu B Selecting from the sub menu C Changing the selected item D Exit
Top menu
Guide
Sub menu (Settings)
Buttons used
Using the control panel
Select the setting to change
Using the remote control
List of Functions
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Image Menu
Items that can be set vary depending on the image signal currently being projected as shown in the following screen shots. Setting details are saved for each
image signal.
Computer image
Sub Menu
Color Mode
Brightness
Contrastg
Color Saturation
Tint
Sharpness
Color Temp.
Color Adjustment
Auto Iris
Reset
Component videog/Composite videog/S-videog
Function
You can select the quality of the image to suit your surroundings. s p.15
You can adjust the image brightness.
You can adjust the difference between light and shade in the images.
You can adjust the color saturation for the images.
(Adjustment is only possible when NTSC signals are being input if you use composite video/S-video.)
You can adjust the image tint.
You can adjust the image sharpness.
You can adjust the overall tint of the image. When "High" is selected the image becomes tinged with blue, and when "Low" is selected the image
becomes tinged with red.
(This item cannot be selected if "sRGBg" is selected as the "Color Mode" setting in the "Image" menu.)
Red, Green, Blue: You can adjust the saturation of each color individually.
(This item cannot be selected if "sRGBg" is selected as the "Color Mode" setting in the "Image" menu.)
(This item can be selected only when "Dynamic" or "Theater" is selected as the "Color Mode" setting in the "Image" menu.)
Set to On/Off to adjust luminance according to the image. s p.16
You can reset all adjustment values in the "Image" menu to their default settings. To return all menu items to their default settings, see s p.38
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List of Functions
Signal Menu
Items that can be set vary depending on the image signal currently being projected as shown in the following screen shots. Setting details are saved for each
image signal.
Computer image
HDMI image
Component videog
Composite videog/S-videog
Sub Menu
Auto Setup
Resolution
Function
You can select whether the image is automatically adjusted to the optimum state (On) or not (Off) when the input signal changes. s p.49
When set to "Auto", the resolution of the input signal is automatically identified. When set to "Auto", if parts of the projected image are missing,
set "Wide" for a wide screen or "Normal" in case of a 4:3 or 5:4 screen depending on the size of the computer panel.
Trackingg
Sync.g
Position
Progressiveg
You can adjust computer images when vertical stripes appear in the images. s p.49
You can adjust computer images when flickering, fuzziness, or interference appear in the images. s p.49
You can adjust the display position up, down, left, and right so that all of the image is projected if a part of the image is missing.
(Component video and HDMI can be set only during 480i/576i signal input)
Off: IP conversion is carried out for each field in the screen. This is ideal for viewing images with a large amount of movement.
On: interlaceg (i) signals are converted into progressiveg (p) signals. This is ideal for viewing still images.
(This cannot be set when a digital RGB signal is input)
When the projector's HDMI input port is connected to a DVD player and so on, the projector's video range can be set according to the DVD
player's video range setting.
You can select the input signal from the Computer input port.
If set to "Auto" the input signal is set automatically according to the connected equipment.
If colors do not appear correctly when set to "Auto", select the appropriate signal according to the connected equipment.
If set to "Auto", video signals are recognized automatically. If interference appears in the image or a problem occurs such as no image is being
projected when set to "Auto", select the appropriate signal according to the connected equipment.
You can set the aspect ratiog for projected images. s p.19
HDMI Video Range
Input Signal
Video Signal
Aspect
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List of Functions
Sub Menu
Reset
Function
You can reset all adjustment values in the "Signal" menu to their default settings, except for "Input Signal".
To return all menu items to their default settings, see s p.38
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List of Functions
Settings Menu
Sub Menu
Keystone
Auto Keystone
Control Panel Lock
Brightness Control
Volume
Reset
Function
You can correct vertical keystone distortion in images. s Quick Start Guide
Performs automatic keystone correction.
(This can only be specified when "Front" is selected from "Extended" - "Projection".)
You can use this to restrict operation of the projector's control panel. s p.27
You can set the lamp brightness to one of two settings.
Select "Low" if the images being projected are too bright such as when projecting images in a dark room or onto a small screen. When "Low" is
selected, the amount of electricity consumed and the lamp's operating life are changed as follows, and fan rotation noise during projection is
reduced. Electrical consumption: about a 40 W decrease, lamp life: about 1.3 times longer
You can adjust the volume.
You can reset all adjustment values in the "Settings" menu to their default settings.
To return all menu items to their default settings, see s p.38
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List of Functions
Extended Menu
Sub Menu
Display
User's logo
Projection
Function
You can make settings related to the projector's display.
Messages: You can set whether to display (On) or not display (Off) the source name when you change the input source, the color mode name
when you change the Color Mode, a message when no image signal is input, and so on.
Display Background*1: You can set the screen status for when no image signal is available to "Black", "Blue", or "Logo".
Startup Screen*1: You can set whether the startup screen (the image projected when starting the projector) is displayed (On) or not (Off).
A/V Mute*1: You can set the screen displayed during A/V Mute as "Black", "Blue", or "Logo".
You can change the user's logo that is displayed as a background and displayed during A/V Mute. s p.63
You can choose one of the following settings according to the way the projector is setup. s p.55
"Front" "Front/Ceiling" "Rear" "Rear/Ceiling"
You can change the setting as follows by pressing down the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control for about five seconds.
"Front" W "Front/Ceiling"
"Rear" W "Rear/Ceiling"
List of Functions
Sub Menu
Operation
Function
Direct Power On: You can set whether Direct Power On is enabled (On) or disabled (Off).
When it is set to "On" and the projector power cable is connected to an electrical outlet, be aware that sudden surges of electricity may cause
the projector to turn on automatically.
Sleep Mode: When set to "On", this turns off the power automatically when no image signal is input and no operations are performed.
Sleep Mode Timer: When Sleep Mode is set to "On", you can set how long the projector should wait before turning off the power from 1 to 30
minutes.
Lens Cover Timer: When set to "On", this turns off the power automatically 30 minutes after the lens cover is closed.
High Altitude Mode: Set this to "On" when using the projector above an altitude of 1500 m.
USB Type B
Connect the projector to a computer with a USB cable, and set to "USB Display" to project the image on the computer. s p.70
Set to "Wireless Mouse" to operate the mouse pointer by remote control. s p.74
Set to "Page Up/Down" to page up/down by remote control. s p.73
Link 21Lg
You can set whether to use the utility software EMP Link 21L (On) or not (Off). Set this to "On" and use it after installing the USB
communication driver.
Language
You can set the language for message displays.
Reset
You can reset "Display *1" and "Operation*2" in the "Extended" menu to their default settings.
To return all menu items to their default settings, see s p.38
*1 When "User's Logo Protect" is set to "On" in "Password Protect", settings concerning user's logo cannot be changed. You can make changes after setting "User's
Logo Protect" to "Off". s p.24
*2 Except for "High Altitude Mode".
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List of Functions
Info Menu (Display only)
Lets you check the status of the image signals being projected and the status of the projector. Items displayed vary depending on the image signal currently
being projected as shown in the following screen shots.
Signal from the computer image/component
videog/HDMI image
Sub Menu
Lamp Hours
Composite videog/S-videog
USB Display/Slideshow
Function
*
You can display the cumulative lamp operating time .
When it reaches the lamp warning time, the characters are displayed in yellow.
Source
You can display the input port name for the connected equipment currently being projected.
Input Signal
Displays the "Input Signal" setting from the "Signal" menu according to "Source".
Resolution
You can display the input resolution.
Video Signal
You can display the content of "Video Signal" set in the "Signal" menu.
Refresh Rateg
You can display the refresh rate.
Syncg Info
You can display the image signal information.
This information may be needed if service is required.
Status
This is information about problems that have occurred on the projector.
This information may be needed if service is required.
* The cumulative use time is displayed as "0H" for the first 10 hours. After 10 hours or more, one hour is added for each subsequent hour.
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Reset Menu
Sub Menu
Reset All
Reset Lamp Hours
Function
You can reset all items in all menus to their default settings.
The following items are not reset to their defaults: "Input Signal", "User's Logo", "Lamp Hours", and "Language".
You can clear the cumulative Lamp Hours use time, and return it to "0H". Reset it when you replace the lamp.
Troubleshooting
This chapter describes how to identify problems and what to do if a problem is found.
Using the Help..................................................... 40
Problem Solving ................................................. 42
• Reading the Indicators......................................................42
t Power indicator lights red ..........................................................43
i · o Indicator is lit or flashing orange.........................................45
• When the Indicators Provide No Help ............................46
Problems relating to images ...........................................................47
Problems when projection starts.....................................................51
Other problems ...............................................................................52
Using the Help
If a problem occurs with the projector, Help uses on-screen displays to
assist you in solving the problem. By answering the questions, you can
make the correct settings.
40
B Select a menu item.
Procedure
A Press the [Help] button.
The help screen is displayed.
Using the remote control
Using the remote control
Using the control panel
Using the control panel
Using the Help
C Confirm the selection.
Using the remote control
Using the control panel
Questions and solutions are displayed as shown on the screen
below.
Press the [Help] button to exit Help.
q
• If Help does not provide a solution to the problem, refer to
"Problem Solving". s p.42
• Displayed help contents differ with the model of projector.
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Problem Solving
42
If you are having a problem with the projector, first check the projector's indicators and refer to "Reading the Indicators" below.
If the indicators do not show clearly what the problem might be, refer to "When the Indicators Provide No Help". s p.46
Reading the Indicators
The projector is provided with the following three indicators that indicate the operating status of the projector.
Indicates the operating status.
Orange
: Standby condition
When the [t] button is pressed in this condition, projection starts.
Green (Flashing): Warm-up in progress
Warm-up time is about 30 seconds. After warm-up is complete, the indicator stops flashing.
Green
: Projection in progress
Indicates the projection lamp status.
Indicates the internal temperature status.
Refer to the following table to see what the indicators mean and how to remedy problems that they indicate.
If all indicators are off, check that the power cable is connected correctly and that the power is being supplied normally.
Sometimes, when the power cable is unplugged, the t indicator remains lit for a short period which is not a fault.
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f t Power indicator lights red
Problem
: Lit
Status
Red
: Flashing:
: Off
Cause
Internal Error
Remedy or Status
Stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest
address provided in the Support and Service Guide. s Epson Projector Contact List
Fan Error
Sensor Error
Stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest
address provided in the Support and Service Guide. s Epson Projector Contact List
Auto Iris error
Stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest
address provided in the Support and Service Guide. s Epson Projector Contact List
High Temp Error
(overheating)
The lamp turns off automatically and projection stops. Wait for about five minutes. After about five minutes the projector
switches to standby condition, so check the following two points.
• Check that the air filter and air exhaust vent are clear, and that the projector is not positioned against a wall.
• If the air filter is clogged, clean or replace it. s p.56, 61
If the error continues after checking the points above, stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the
electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Support and Service Guide. s Epson
Projector Contact List
When using at an altitude of 1500 m or more, set "High Altitude Mode" to "On". s p.36
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
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Problem Solving
: Lit
Status
Red
Red
Cause
Lamp Error
Lamp Failure
Lamp Cover Open
: Flashing:
: Off
Remedy or Status
Check the following two points.
• Take out the lamp and check if it is cracked. s p.59
• Clean the air filter. s p.56
If it is not cracked - Re-fit the lamp and turn on the power.
If the error continues - Replace the lamp with a new lamp and turn on the power.
If the error continues - Stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet, and contact
your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Support and Service Guide.
s Epson Projector Contact List
If it is cracked - Replace it with a new lamp, or contact your local dealer for further advice. If replacing the lamp yourself,
be careful to avoid pieces of broken glass (you cannot continue projecting until the lamp is replaced).
s Epson Projector Contact List
Check that the lamp cover and the lamp are securely installed. s p.59
If the lamp cover or the lamp is not securely installed, the lamp does not switch on.
When using at an altitude of 1500 m or more, set "High Altitude Mode" to "On". s p.36
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f i o Indicator is lit or flashing orange
Warning
: Lit
Status
Red
: Flashing
: Off
: Varies according to the projector status
Cause
High Temp Warning
Remedy or Status
(This is not a problem. However, if the temperature rises too high again, projection stops automatically.)
• Check that the air filter and air exhaust vent are clear, and that the projector is not positioned against a wall.
• If the air filter is clogged, clean or replace it. s p.56, 61
Replace Lamp
Replace it with a new lamp. s p.59
If you continue to use the lamp after the replacement period has passed, the possibility that the lamp may explode
increases. Replace it with a new lamp as soon as possible.
Orange
Orange
q
• If the projector is not operating properly, even though the indicators are all showing normal, refer to "When the Indicators Provide No
Help". s p.46
• If an indicator is displaying a status not described in the tables, stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the electrical
outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Support and Service Guide. s Epson Projector Contact List
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When the Indicators Provide No Help
If any of the following problems occur and the indicators do not offer a
solution, refer to the pages given for each problem.
Problems relating to images
f No images appear s p.47
Projection does not start, the projection area is completely black, the
projection area is completely blue, and so on.
f Moving images are not displayed s p.47
Moving images being projected from a computer appear black and
nothing is projected.
f Projection stops automatically s p.47
f The message "Not supported." is displayed s p.48
f The message "No Signal." is displayed s p.48
f Images are fuzzy or out of focus s p.48
f Interference or distortion appears in images s p.49
Problems such as interference, distortion, or black & white checked
patterns appear.
f The image is truncated (large) or small, or the aspect is not
suitable s p.49
Only part of the image is displayed, or the height and width ratios of the
image are not correct, and so on.
f Image colors are not right s p.50
The whole image appears purplish or greenish, images are black & white,
colors appear dull, and so on.
(Computer monitors and LCD screens have different color reproduction
performance, so the colors projected by the projector and the colors
appearing on the monitor may not necessarily match, but this is not a sign
of a problem.)
f Images appear dark s p.50
Problems when projection starts
f Power does not turn on s p.51
Other problems
f No sound can be heard or the
sound is faint s p.52
f The remote control does not work
s p.52
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f Problems relating to images
f No images appear
Check
Did you press the [t] button?
Are the indicators switched off?
Remedy
Is A/V Mute active?
Is the A/V mute slide closed?
Are the configuration menu settings correct?
Is the projected image completely black?
Press the [t] button to turn the power on.
The power cable is not connected correctly or power is not being supplied normally.
Connect the projector's power cable correctly. s Quick Start Guide
Check that your electrical outlet or power source is functioning correctly.
Press the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control to cancel A/V Mute. s p.17
Open the A/V mute slide.
Reset all of the settings. s"Reset" - "Reset All" p.38
Some input images, such as screen savers, may be completely black.
Only when projecting computer images
Is the image signal format setting correct?
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment. s"Signal" - "Video Signal" p.32
Only when projecting images from a video source
f Moving images are not displayed
Check
Is the computer's image signal being output to the LCD and
the monitor?
Remedy
Change the image signal to external output only. s Computer's documentation
Only when projecting images from a
laptop computer or a computer with a
built-in LCD screen
f Projection stops automatically
Check
Is "Sleep Mode" set to "On"?
Remedy
Press the [t] button to turn the power on. If you do not want to use "Sleep Mode", change the setting to
"Off". s"Extended" - "Operation" - "Sleep Mode" p.36
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f The message "Not supported." is displayed
Check
Is the image signal format setting correct?
Remedy
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment. s"Signal" - "Video Signal" p.32
Only when projecting images from a video source
Do the image signal resolution and the refresh rate
correspond to the mode?
Refer to the computer's documentation for how to change the image signal resolution and the refresh rate
output from the computer. s "List of Supported Monitor Displays" p.89
Only when projecting computer images
f The message "No Signal." is displayed
Check
Are the cables connected correctly?
Is the correct input port selected?
Is the power for the computer or video source turned on?
Are the image signals being output to the projector?
Only when projecting images from a
laptop computer or a computer with a
built-in LCD screen
Remedy
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected. s Quick Start Guide
Change the image by pressing the [Source Search] button on the remote control or the control panel.
s p.13
Turn the power on for the equipment.
If the image signals are only being output to the computer's LCD monitor or to the accessory monitor, you
need to change the output to an external destination as well as the computer's own monitor. For some
computer models, when the image signals are output externally, they no longer appear on the LCD monitor
or accessory monitor. sComputer's documentation, under a title such as "External output" or "Connecting
an external monitor".
If the connection is made while the power of the projector or computer is already turned on, the function
[Fn] key that changes the computer's image signal to external output may not work. Turn the power for the
computer and the projector off and then back on again.
f Images are fuzzy or out of focus
Check
Is the focus adjusted correctly?
Is the projector at the correct distance?
Is the Keystone adjustment value too large?
Has condensation formed on the lens?
Remedy
Turn the focus ring to adjust the focus. s Quick Start Guide
Is the projection distance outside the recommended range?
Install within the recommended range. s p.66
Lower the projection angle to reduce the amount of keystone correction.
If the projector is suddenly taken from a cold environment to a warm environment, or if sudden ambient
temperature changes occur, condensation may form on the surface of the lens, and this may cause the images
to appear fuzzy. Set the projector up in the room about one hour before it is used. If condensation forms on
the lens, turn the projector off and wait for the condensation to disappear.
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f Interference or distortion appear in images
Check
Is the image signal format setting correct?
Only when projecting images from a video source
Are the cables connected correctly?
Is an extension cable being used?
Is the correct resolution selected?
Only when projecting computer images
Are the "Sync.g" and "Trackingg" settings adjusted
correctly?
Only when projecting computer images
Remedy
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment. s"Signal" - "Video Signal" p.32
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected.
If an extension cable is used, electrical interference may affect the signals. Use the cables supplied with the
projector to check if the cables you are using may be causing the problem.
Set the computer so that the signals being output are compatible with the projector.
s "List of Supported Monitor Displays" p.89 sComputer documentation
Press the [Auto] button on the remote control or the [Enter] button on the control panel to perform automatic
adjustment. If the images are not adjusted correctly after using automatic adjustment, you can make the
adjustments from "Sync." and "Tracking" in the configuration menu. s"Signal" - "Tracking", "Sync." p.32
f The image is truncated (large) or small, or the aspect is not suitable
Check
Is a wide panel computer image being projected?
Only when projecting computer images
Is the image still being enlarged by E-Zoom?
Is "Position" adjusted correctly?
Is the computer set for dual display?
Only when projecting computer images
Is the correct resolution selected?
Only when projecting computer images
Remedy
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment. s"Signal" - "Resolution" p.32
Press the [Esc] button on the remote control to cancel E-Zoom. s p.22
Press the [Auto] button on the remote control or the [Enter] button on the control panel to perform automatic
adjustment of the computer image being projected. If the images are not adjusted correctly after using
automatic adjustment, you can make the adjustments from "Position" in the configuration menu.
Apart from computer image signals, you can adjust other signals while projecting by adjusting "Position" in
the configuration menu. s"Signal" - "Position" p.32
If dual display is activated in the "Display Properties" of the computer's control panel, only about half of the
image on the computer screen is projected. To display the entire image on the computer screen, turn off the
dual display setting. sComputer video driver documentation
Set the computer so that the signals being output are compatible with the projector.
s "List of Supported Monitor Displays" p.89 sComputer documentation
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Problem Solving
f Image colors are not right
Check
Do the input signal settings match the signals from the
connected device?
Is the image brightness adjusted correctly?
Are the cables connected correctly?
Is the "Contrastg" setting adjusted correctly?
Is the color adjusted correctly?
Are the color saturation and tint adjusted correctly?
Only when projecting images from a video source
Remedy
Change the following settings according to the signal for the connected equipment.
When projecting images from equipment connected to Computer Input port, see s "Signal" - "Input
Signal" p.32
When projecting images from equipment connected to Video or S-Video, see s"Signal" - "Video Signal"
p.32
Adjust the "Brightness" setting in the configuration menu. s"Image" - "Brightness" p.31
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected.
Adjust the "Contrast" setting in the configuration menu. s"Image" - "Contrast" p.31
Adjust the "Color Adjustment" setting in the configuration menu. s"Image" - "Color Adjustment" p.31
Adjust the "Color Saturation" and "Tint" settings in the configuration menu. s"Image" - "Color
Saturation", "Tint" p.31
f Images appear dark
Check
Are the image brightness and luminance adjusted correctly?
Is the "Contrastg" setting adjusted correctly?
Is the lamp due for replacement?
Remedy
Adjust the "Brightness" and "Brightness Control" settings in the configuration menu.
s"Image" - "Brightness" p.31 s"Settings" - "Brightness Control" p.34
Adjust the "Contrast" setting in the configuration menu.
s"Image" - "Contrast" p.31
When the lamp is nearly ready for replacement, the images become darker and the color quality becomes
poorer. When this happens, replace the lamp with a new lamp. s p.58
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Problem Solving
f Problems when projection starts
f Power does not turn on
Check
Did you press the [t] button?
Are the indicators switched off?
Do the indicators turn on and off when the power cable is
touched?
Is the control panel lock set to "Full Lock"?
Was the power cable plugged back in immediately after
Direct Power Off, or is the breaker turned off?
Remedy
Press the [t] button to turn the power on.
The power cable is not connected correctly or power is not being supplied normally.
Connect the projector's power cable correctly.
Check that your electrical outlet or power source is functioning correctly.
There is probably a poor contact in the power cable, or the power cable may be defective. Reinsert the power
cable. If this does not solve the problem, stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the
electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Support and Service
Guide. s Epson Projector Contact List
When you press and hold down the [Enter] button on the control panel for about seven seconds, a message is
displayed and the lock is released. s p.27
When the operation to the left is performed when "Direct Power On" is set to "On", the power may not turn
back on. Press the [t] button to turn the power back on.
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f Other problems
f There is no audio or the audio is too low
Check
Is the audio source connected correctly?
Is the volume adjusted to the minimum setting?
Is A/V Mute active?
Is the audio cable's specification "No resistance"?
Remedy
Check that the cable is connected to the Audio port.
Adjust the volume so that sound can be heard.
Press the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control to cancel A/V Mute. s p.17
When using a commercially available audio cable, make sure it is labelled "No resistance".
f The remote control does not work
Check
Is the remote control light-emitting area pointing towards the
remote receiver on the projector when it is operated?
Is the remote control too far from the projector?
Is direct sunlight or strong light from fluorescent lamps
shining onto the remote receiver?
Are the batteries dead or have the batteries been inserted
correctly?
Was a remote control button pressed for more than 30
seconds?
Remedy
Point the remote control towards the remote receiver.
The operating angle for the remote control is about 30° horizontally, and about 15° vertically.
The operating range for the remote control is about 6 m.
Set the projector up in a location where strong light does not shine onto the remote receiver.
Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly or replace the batteries with new ones if necessary. s p.57
If any of the buttons on the remote control are pressed down for more than 30 seconds, the remote control
stops sending signals (remote control's sleep mode). When the button is released, normal remote control
operation resumes. This can prevent the batteries from running down accidentally because Sleep Mode
operates when the remote control is stored in a bag or if an object is placed on top of it.
Appendices
This chapter provides information on maintenance procedures to ensure the best level of performance from the
projector for a long time to come.
Installation Methods ........................................... 55
Inserting and Ejecting a SD Card ......................68
Cleaning............................................................... 56
• Inserting a SD Card ........................................................ 68
• Reading the SD Card Access Lamp ................................ 68
• Ejecting a SD Card........................................................... 69
• Cleaning the Projector's Surface .....................................56
• Cleaning the Lens..............................................................56
• Cleaning the Air Filter and Air Intake Vent ..................56
Replacing Consumables .................................... 57
• Replacing the Remote Control Batteries ........................57
• Replacing the Lamp ..........................................................58
Lamp replacement period...............................................................58
How to replace the lamp.................................................................59
Resetting the lamp operating time..................................................61
• Replacing the Air Filter....................................................61
Air filter replacement period ..........................................................61
How to replace the air filter............................................................61
Saving a User's Logo ......................................... 63
Screen Size and Distance .................................. 66
Connecting and Removing a USB Device ........ 67
• Connecting a USB Device .................................................67
• Reading the Indicators......................................................67
• Removing a USB Device ...................................................67
Connecting with USB Cable for Projection
(USB Display) ......................................................70
• How to Connect ................................................................ 70
When connecting for the first time ................................................ 71
From the second time..................................................................... 72
Connecting a USB Cable ....................................73
• Page Up/Down by Remote Control ................................. 73
• Operating the Mouse Pointer by Remote Control
(Wireless Mouse function) ............................................... 74
Wireless mouse operation .............................................................. 75
Using Slideshow .................................................77
• Image Files that can be Projected in a Slideshow.......... 77
• Basic Slideshow Operations............................................. 77
Starting Slideshow ......................................................................... 77
Exiting Slideshow .......................................................................... 78
Slideshow file browser screen ....................................................... 78
Playing individual images.............................................................. 80
Running Slideshow ........................................................................ 81
Rotating images ............................................................................. 82
• Setting Image File Display and Slideshow. .................... 82
Optional Accessories and Consumables ......... 84
Optional accessories .......................................................................84
Consumables ..................................................................................84
Glossary .............................................................. 85
ESC/VP21 Commands ........................................ 87
• Command List ...................................................................87
• Cable Layouts ....................................................................87
USB connection..............................................................................87
• USB Connection Setup......................................................88
List of Supported Monitor Displays .................. 89
Computer images (analog RGB) ....................................................89
Component Video...........................................................................90
Composite video/S-video ...............................................................90
Input signal from HDMI input port................................................91
Specifications ..................................................... 92
• Specifications .....................................................................92
• Operating Requirements of Supplied Software .............95
Appearance ......................................................... 96
Index .................................................................... 97
Installation Methods
The projector supports the following four different projection methods.
Install according to the conditions of the installation location.
Warning
• A special method of installation is required when suspending the
projector from a ceiling (ceiling mount). If it is not installed
correctly, it could fall causing an accident and injury.
• If you use adhesives on the ceiling mount to prevent the screws
from loosening, or if you use things such as lubricants or oils on
the projector, the projector case may crack causing it to fall from
its ceiling mount. This could cause serious injury to anyone under
the ceiling mount and could damage the projector.
When installing or adjusting the ceiling mount, do not use
adhesives to prevent the screws from loosening and do not use oils
or lubricants and so on.
Attention
Do not use the projector on its side. This may cause malfunctions to
occur.
• Project images from front of
the screen. (Front projection)
• Project images from behind a
translucent screen. (Rear
projection)
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• Suspend the projector from
the ceiling and project images
from front of the screen.
(Front/Ceiling projection)
q
• Suspend the projector from
the ceiling and project images
from behind a translucent
screen. (Rear/Ceiling
projection)
• An optional ceiling mount is required when suspending
the projector from a ceiling. s p.84
• You can change the setting as follows by pressing down the
[A/V Mute] button on the remote control for about five
seconds.
"Front"W"Front/Ceiling"
Set "Rear" or "Rear/Ceiling" in the configuration menu.
s p.35
Cleaning
You should clean the projector if it becomes dirty or if the quality of
projected images starts to deteriorate.
Cleaning the Projector's Surface
Clean the projector's surface by wiping it gently with a soft cloth.
If the projector is particularly dirty, moisten the cloth with water
containing a small amount of neutral detergent, and then firmly wring the
cloth dry before using it to wipe the projector's surface.
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Attention
If dust collects on the air filter it can cause the internal temperature
of the projector to rise, and this can lead to problems with operation
and shorten the optical engine's service life. Clean the air filter
immediately when the message is displayed.
Attention
Do not use volatile substances such as wax, alcohol, or thinner to
clean the projector's surface. The quality of the case may change or
become discolored.
Cleaning the Lens
Use a commercially available cloth for cleaning glasses to gently wipe the
lens.
Attention
Do not rub the lens with harsh materials or subject the lens to
shocks, as it can easily become damaged.
Cleaning the Air Filter and Air Intake Vent
Clean the air filter and the air intake vent when the following message is
displayed.
"The projector is overheating. Make sure nothing is blocking the air vent,
and clean or replace the air filter" s "How to replace the air filter" p.61
q
• If a message is frequently displayed, even after cleaning, it
is time to replace the air filter. Replace it with a new air
filter. s p.61
• It is recommended that you clean these parts at least once
every three months. Clean them more often than this if
using the projector in a particularly dusty environment.
Replacing Consumables
This section explains how to replace the remote control batteries, the
lamp, and the air filter.
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B Replace the old batteries with new batteries.
Caution
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries
Check the positions of the (+) and (-) marks inside the battery
holder to ensure the batteries are inserted the correct way.
If delays in the responsiveness of the remote control occur or if it does not
operate after it has been used for some time, it probably means that the
batteries are becoming flat. When this happens, replace them with new
batteries. Have two spare AA-size alkaline or manganese dry batteries
ready to use. You can only use AA-size alkaline or manganese dry
batteries.
Attention
Make sure you read the Safety Instructions/Support and Service
Guide before handling the batteries. s Safety Instructions
Procedure
A
Remove the battery cover.
While pushing the battery cover catch, lift the cover up.
Catch
C Replace the battery cover.
Press the battery cover until it clicks into place.
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Replacing Consumables
Replacing the Lamp
Attention
f Lamp replacement period
It is time to replace the lamp when:
• The message "Replace the lamp." is displayed.
A message is displayed.
• The lamp indicator flashes orange.
Flashing orange
• The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate.
• The lamp replacement message is set to appear after the following
time periods in order to maintain the initial brightness and quality
of the projected images. s "Brightness Control" p.34
- When used continually at high brightness: About 2900 hours
- When used continually at low brightness: About 3900 hours
• If you continue to use the lamp after the replacement period has
passed, the possibility that the lamp may explode increases. When
the lamp replacement message appears, replace the lamp with a
new one as soon as possible, even if it is still working.
• Depending on the characteristics of the lamp and the way it has
been used, the lamp may become darker or stop working before
the lamp warning message appears. You should always have a
spare lamp ready in case it is needed.
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Replacing Consumables
f How to replace the lamp
Warning
When replacing the lamp because it has stopped illuminating, there
is a possibility that the lamp may be broken.
If replacing the lamp of a projector which has been installed on the
ceiling, you should always assume that the lamp is broken, and you
should stand to the side of the lamp cover, not underneath it.
Remove the lamp cover gently. Small pieces of glass may fall out
when the lamp cover is opened. If pieces of glass get into your eyes
or mouth, seek medical advice immediately.
Caution
Wait until the lamp has cooled down sufficiently before removing
the lamp cover. If the lamp is still hot, burns or other injuries may
result. It takes about one hour after the power has been turned off
for the lamp to be cool enough.
Procedure
you turn off the projector's power and the
A After
confirmation buzzer beeps twice, disconnect the
power cable.
until the lamp has cooled down, then remove
B Wait
the lamp cover.
Loosen the lamp cover fixing screw with the screwdriver supplied
with the new lamp or a + head screwdriver. Then slide the lamp
cover straight forward and lift it to remove.
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Replacing Consumables
C Loosen the two lamp fixing screws.
D Take out the old lamp.
If the lamp is cracked, replace it with a new lamp, or contact your
local dealer for further advice. s Epson Projector Contact List
E Install the new lamp.
Insert the new lamp along the guide rail in the correct direction so
that it fits in place, push down firmly at the location marked
"PUSH", and once it is fully inserted tighten the two screws.
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Replacing Consumables
F Replace the lamp cover.
Replacing the Air Filter
f Air filter replacement period
It is time to replace the air filter when:
• The air filter is ripped.
• The message is displayed even though the air filter has been
cleaned.
f How to replace the air filter
Attention
• Make sure you install the lamp securely. If the lamp cover is
removed, the lamp turns off automatically as a safety precaution.
If the lamp or the lamp cover is not installed correctly, the lamp
does not turn on.
• This product includes a lamp component that contains mercury
(Hg). Please consult your local regulations regarding disposal or
recycling. Do not dispose of it with normal waste.
f Resetting the lamp operating time
The projector records how long the lamp is turned on and a message and
indicator notify you when it is time to replace the lamp. After replacing
the lamp, make sure you reset the lamp hours in the configuration menu.
s p.38
q
Only reset the lamp operating time after the lamp has been
replaced. Otherwise the lamp replacement period is not
indicated correctly.
The air filter can be replaced even when the projector is suspended from a
ceiling.
Procedure
you turn off the projector's power and the
A After
confirmation buzzer beeps twice, disconnect the
power cable.
B Remove the air filter.
Put your finger into the recess of the air filter and slide it forward to
remove it.
Replacing Consumables
C Install the new air filter.
Slide the air filter in from the outside and push until it clicks into
place.
q
Dispose of used air filters properly in accordance with your
local regulations.
Material quality of the frame section: Polycarbonate, ABS
resin
Material quality of the filter section: Polyurethane form
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Saving a User's Logo
You can save the image that is currently being projected as a user's
logo.
q
63
the configuration menu, select "Extended" B From
"User's Logo".
p.30
s
Check the buttons you can use and the operations they perform in
the guide under the menu.
When registering a user logo , the current user logo is
erased and the default setting is not resumed.
Procedure
the image you want to use as the user's
A Project
logo, and then press the [Menu] button.
Using the remote control
q
Using the control panel
• If "User's Logo Protect" from "Password Protect" is set
to "On", a message is displayed and the user's logo
cannot be changed. You can make changes after setting
"User's Logo Protect" to "Off". s p.24
• If "User's Logo" is selected when Keystone, E-Zoom, or
Aspect are being performed, the function currently being
performed is cancelled.
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Saving a User's Logo
"Choose this image as the User's Logo?" is
C When
displayed, select "Yes".
q
Using the control panel
When you press the [Enter] button on the remote control or
the control panel, the screen size may change as it changes
to the resolution of the image signal.
the box to select the part of the image to use
D Move
as the user's logo.
q
You can save at up to 400 ^ 300 dots in size.
"Select this image?" is displayed, select
E When
"Yes".
the zoom factor from the zoom setting
F Select
screen.
Using the remote control
Saving a User's Logo
the message "Save this image as the User's
G When
Logo?" is displayed, select "Yes".
The image is saved. After the image has been saved, the message
"Completed" is displayed.
q
Saving the user's logo may take about 15 seconds. Do not
use the projector or any connected equipment while it is
saving. This may cause malfunctions to occur.
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Screen Size and Distance
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See the following table to choose the best position for your projector. The values are only a guide.
Units: cm (in.)
Units: cm (in.)
Projection Distance
16:10 Screen Size
30"
40"
50"
60"
80"
100"
120"
150"
200"
250"
65 ^ 40
(26 ^ 16)
86 ^ 54
(34 ^ 21)
110 ^ 67
(43 ^ 26)
130 ^ 81
(51 ^ 32)
170 ^ 110
(67 ^ 43)
220 ^ 130
(87 ^ 51)
260 ^ 160
(102 ^ 63)
320 ^ 200
(126 ^ 79)
430 ^ 270
(169 ^ 106)
540 ^ 340
(213 ^ 134)
U
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
94 to 113
(37 to 45)
126 to 152
(50 to 60)
158 to 191
(62 to 75)
191 to 230
(75 to 90)
255 to 307
(101 to 121)
320 to 385
(126 to 152)
385 to 463
(152 to 182)
482 to 579
(190 to 228)
644 to 774
(253 to 305)
806 to 968
(317 to 381)
Units: cm (in.)
Projection Distance
4:3 Screen Size
V
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
30"
40"
50"
60"
70"
80"
100"
150"
200"
235"
61 ^ 46
(24 ^ 18)
81 ^ 61
(32 ^ 24)
100 ^ 76
(39 ^ 30)
120 ^ 91
(47 ^ 36)
140 ^ 110
(55 ^ 43)
160 ^ 120
(63 ^ 47)
200 ^ 150
(79 ^ 59)
300 ^ 230
(118 ^ 91)
410 ^ 300
(161 ^ 118)
480 ^ 360
(189 ^ 142)
U
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
106 to 129
(42 to 51)
143 to 173
(56 to 68)
180 to 217
(71 to 85)
216 to 260
(85 to 103)
253 to 304
(100 to 120)
290 to 348
(114 to 137)
363 to 436
(143 to 172)
546 to 656
(215 to 258)
729 to 876
(287 to 345)
857 to 1030
(338 to 406)
Projection Distance
V
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
U
16:9 Screen Size
30"
40"
50"
60"
70"
80"
100"
150"
200"
260"
66 ^ 37
(26 ^ 15)
89 ^ 50
(35 ^ 20)
110 ^ 62
(43 ^ 24)
130 ^ 75
(51 ^ 30)
150 ^ 87
(59 ^ 34)
180 ^ 100
(71 ^ 39)
220 ^ 120
(87 ^ 47)
330 ^ 190
(130 ^ 75)
440 ^ 250
(173 ^ 98)
580 ^ 320
(228 ^ 126)
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
96 to 116
(38 to 46)
130 to 156
(51 to 62)
163 to 196
(64 to 77)
196 to 236
(77 to 93)
229 to 276
(90 to 109)
263 to 316
(103 to 124)
329 to 396
(130 to 156)
495 to 596
(195 to 234)
662 to 795
(261 to 313)
861 to 1035
(339 to 407)
V
+2
(+0.8)
+3
(+1.1)
+3
(+1.4)
+4
(+1.6)
+5
(+1.9)
+6
(+2.2)
+7
(+2.7)
+10
(+4.1)
+14
(+5.5)
+18
(+7.1)
Center of lens
Screen
90°
Screen
90°
Center of lens
is the distance from the lens
center to the bottom of the screen
(top of the screen when hung from
the ceiling).
Connecting and Removing a USB Device
You can connect a digital camera, hard disk drive and USB memory
compatible with USB 2.0 or 1.1. You can project image files from a
connected digital camera or USB storage device in Slideshow.
s p.77
Connecting a USB Device
This section explains how to connect USB devices using the digital
camera as an example.
Connect with a specified USB cable or one supplied with the digital
camera.
q
Use a USB cable of up to 3 meters in length. If the cable
length is over 3 meters, the slideshow may not operate
normally.
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Attention
• Normal operation is not possible when using a USB hub. Connect
the projector directly to a digital camera or USB storage device.
• When connecting a USB compatible hard disk drive, be sure to
use the hard disk drive's accessory AC adaptor.
Reading the Indicators
The USB indicator colors are lit as follows to indicate the status of the
USB device connected to the projector.
: Lit
Indicators
(orange)
(green)
: Off
Status
A USB device is connected.
A Slideshow of images from the connected device is
being played.
A USB device is not connected.
Removing a USB Device
After finishing projecting, use the following procedure to remove USB
devices from the projector.
Procedure
USB cable
To digital camera's
USB port
To USB port
(Type A)
A Turn off power for the digital camera or USB device.
B Remove from the projector's USB port (Type A).
Inserting and Ejecting a SD Card
You can project image files from a inserted SD card or SDHC (SD
High Capacity) card in Slideshow. s p.77
From here on these are referred to as SD cards.
The following explains how to insert and eject SD cards.
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Reading the SD Card Access Lamp
The SD card access lamp is lit or flashing as follows to indicate the access
status of the SD card.
Inserting a SD Card
: Flashing
Lamp
Attention
Status
Reading data from the SD card.
Insert the SD card so that it faces the correct direction. Inserting a
card in the wrong direction may result in malfunction or damage.
SD card is standing by.
SD card is not being accessed.
Procedure
Insert the SD card into the card slot with its top surface
facing up.
Firmly insert the card as far as it can go.
SD card
(commercially available)
: Lit
: Off
Inserting and Ejecting a SD Card
Ejecting a SD Card
Attention
Do not remove the card while its access lamp is flashing. You may
damage the card or projector.
Procedure
A Lightly press the SD card.
The SD card ejects.
SD Card
Access Lamp
B Grip the SD card and pull it straight out.
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Connecting with USB Cable for Projection (USB Display)
The projector can project computer images when connected via a USB cable
to a Windows computer. This function is called USB Display. Computer
images can quickly be projected simply by connecting with a USB cable.
Attention
Do not connect via a USB hub: connect the projector directly to the
computer.
How to Connect
Procedure
Turn the power on for the
computer.
Connect a USB cable (commercially available).
Also connect an audio cable (commercially available) when
you want to output audio from the projector's speaker.
s "When connecting for the first time" p.71
s "From the second time" p.72
Open the A/V mute slide.
Turn the power on
for the projector.
Connects to the power cable (supplied).
Beep!
Using the
control panel
Using the
remote control
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Connecting with USB Cable for Projection (USB Display)
f When connecting for the first time
When you are using Windows 2000, double-click "My Computer" "EPSON_PJ_UD" - "EMP_UDSE.EXE", on your computer.
C Computer images are projected.
It may take a little time before computer images are projected.
Until computer images are projected, leave the equipment as it is
and do not disconnect the USB cable or turn off the power to the
projector.
A Driver installation starts automatically.
When using user authorization with a Windows 2000 computer, a
Windows error message may be displayed and installation may not
be possible. In this case, update Windows to the latest status and
then reconnect. For more details, contact the nearest address
provided in the Support and Service Guide. s Epson Projector
Contact List
B Select "Agree".
You cannot run USB Display if the driver is not installed. Be sure
to select "Agree". If you want to cancel installation, select
"Disagree".
q
• When images are not projected, click "All Programs" "EPSON Projector" - "EPSON USB Display" - "EPSON
USB Display Vx.x".
• When automatic installation is not performed, doubleclick "EMP_UDSE.EXE" under "My Computer" "EPSON_PJ_UD".
• To uninstall the driver, click "Change/Remove" under
"Start" - "Control Panel" - "Add or Remove Programs" "EPSON USB Display".
• Disconnecting
The projector can be disconnected simply by
disconnecting the USB cable. There is no need to use the
"Safely Remove Hardware" feature in Windows.
Connecting with USB Cable for Projection (USB Display)
f From the second time
Computer images are projected.
It may take a little time before computer images are projected. Leave the
equipment as it is during this period.
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Connecting a USB Cable
Connect the computer’s USB port and the USB port (Type B) on the
rear of the projector with a commercially available USB cable to use
functions other than those available with USB Display. Refer to the
pages indicated for method of use. Further, these functions cannot be
used simultaneously with USB Display.
• Use the [Page] (+)/(-) buttons on the remote control to Page Up/
Down. s p.73
• Operating the mouse pointer by remote control. s p.74
• Control by sending commands from the computer to the projector.
s p.87
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Page Up/Down by Remote Control
When projecting a computer screen image, you can operate Page Up/
Down with the supplied remote control if the computer is not nearby.
Procedure
the computer to the projector by USB
A Connect
cable.
p.70
"Extended" - "USB Type B" to "Page Up/Down"
B Set
under the configuration menu.
s
• When using USB Display, set "Extended" - "USB Type B" to
"USB Display" under the configuration menu. s p.70
• You cannot use the Page Up/Down function and the Wireless
Mouse function simultaneously. s p.74
Compatible computer
Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP Home Edition/XP Professional
Vista Home Basic/Vista Home Premium/Vista Business/Vista Enterprise/Vista
Ultimate
Mac OS X 10.3 to 10.5
To USB port
USB cable
To USB port (Type B)
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Connecting a USB Cable
Example of Use: When showing a slideshow in PowerPoint, the previous
and next slides are displayed as follows.
To display previous slide/
next slide in PowerPoint
slideshow
Operating the Mouse Pointer by Remote Control
(Wireless Mouse function)
The supplied remote control has a mouse pointer operation function. This
function is called Wireless Mouse function.
You can use this when the current input source is the computer or HDMI .
To previous slide
q
• You cannot use the Wireless Mouse function during use of
USB Display.
• You cannot use the Wireless Mouse function and Page Up/
Down simultaneously.
Procedure
To next slide
the computer to the projector by USB
A Connect
cable.
p.70
"Extended" - "USB Type B" to "Wireless Mouse"
B Set
under the configuration menu.
s
Compatible computer
Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP Home Edition/XP Professional
Vista Home Basic/Vista Home Premium/Vista Business/Vista Enterprise/Vista
Ultimate
Mac OS X 10.3 to 10.5
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Connecting a USB Cable
f Wireless mouse operation
q
• You may not be able to use the Wireless Mouse function
depending on your version of the Windows or Macintosh
operating system.
• You may need to make settings on the computer side to use
the mouse. Refer to the computer's documentation for
more detailed information.
Moving mouse pointer
After connecting, you can use the mouse pointer in the following ways.
Mouse click operation
Left click
Right click
Double click: Press the button
rapidly twice.
Drag and drop
(1) Hold down [Enter] and press
[
] to drag.
(2) Release [Enter] at any position to
drop.
Connecting a USB Cable
q
• When the left and right mouse buttons are set oppositely
on your computer, the remote control operations are also
reversed.
• You cannot use the Wireless Mouse function when using
the following functions.
- Using the Configuration Menu
- Using the Help Menu
- Using E-Zoom
- Capturing a user's logo
- Adjusting the volume
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Using Slideshow
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You can make presentations by connecting the projector to a digital
camera, USB storage device or SD card. The image files stored on
these devices can be projected directly. This makes projection easy,
since it is not necessary to connect a computer.
Image Files that can be Projected in a Slideshow
Basic Slideshow Operations
The following explains the basic operating method for Slideshow.
The following operations are all performed by remote control. Therefore
the button names refer to buttons on the remote control.
f Starting Slideshow
The image files that can be projected in a slideshow are as follows.
Type
Still images
only
q
File type
(extension)
.jpg
Comment
Shall be JPEG files that support the Exif
standard.
Images with a resolution above 8176 x
6144 cannot be projected.
The horizontal/vertical pixel count of the
image shall be multiples of 8.
• USB storage devices that have a security function cannot
be used.
• Due to the characteristics of JPEG files, if the
compression ratio is high the image may not be projected
properly.
• Movie files cannot be projected.
Procedure
Slideshow starts automatically when the projector is
connected to a USB storage device or SD card.
Refer to the following for how to connect a USB storage device or SD
card.
Connecting a USB storage device: s p.67
Connecting a SD card: s p.68
q
During projection of images from another source, the
projector will switch to the device you connect as soon as
you press the [Slideshow] button.
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Using Slideshow
f Exiting Slideshow
Procedure
To end a slideshow, remove the connected USB storage
device or SD card.
When the projector is connected to multiple storage devices, the following
kind of drive selection screen is displayed containing icons that indicate
the type of storage. In this case, press the [
] button, and after selecting
the drive for the content you want to display, press the [Enter] button.
Refer to the following for how to remove a USB storage device or SD
card.
Removing a USB storage device: s p.67
Removing a SD card: s p.69
f Slideshow file browser screen
The following kind of screen is displayed when the slideshow begins. This
screen is called the file browser screen.
q
You can connect up to 5 storage devices simultaneously: 1
SD card and 4 USB storage devices.
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Using Slideshow
The following explains the file browser screen.
Status display
Control panel
(top)
Item names
Contents screen
Function
Displays folder and thumbnails of image files.
• Press the [
] button, and select a folder or
thumbnailed image file. The selected folder and image
file are surrounded by a colored border (cursor).
• The contents screen runs to multiple pages according
to the number of folders and image files.
• When you select an image file and press the [Enter]
button, the selected image file is played.
• When you select a folder and press the [Enter] button,
the contents of the folder are displayed.
• When you select the "Back to Top" icon and press the
[Enter] button, the content display switches to one level
upper folder. When displaying a folder in the top level,
this icon is not displayed.
• JPEG images, which cannot be displayed in thumbnails
are indicated by an icon as shown.
Control panel
(bottom)
Option:
Contents
screen
Control panel
(bottom)
Operation guide
The following table explains about each menu item and content of the file
browser screen and how they work when selected and accepted with the
[Enter] button.
Item names
Status display
Control panel (top)
Function
This lets you check the drive, folder, current page being
displayed and total number of pages.
Back to Top:
Moves to one level upper folder.
Previous page:
Displays the previous page when
there is a previous page.
Select drive:
Move to a drive selection screen.
Operation guide
q
Displays the option screen.
s p.82
Next page:
Displays the next page when there
is a next page.
Slideshow:
Starts Slideshow.
Operation guide is displayed according to the item
selected. Can operate with the button concerned.
When contents cover several pages, change page displays
by pressing [Page] (+) / (-).
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Using Slideshow
f Playing individual images
B Press the [Enter] button.
The selected image file is played.
Procedure
the [
] button, and position the cursor on
A Press
the image file you want to project.
q
• Position the cursor on the image file, press the [Esc]
button, and the following sub-menu is displayed. In this
state, you can also play the image file by pressing the
[Enter] button.
• During play, press the [
image files.
] button to switch between
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f Running Slideshow
You can play image files in a folder one by one in sequence. This function
is known as Slideshow. Run Slideshow by the following procedure. The
following explains how to run a slideshow on the contents screen being
displayed.
Procedure
screen, display the folder you
A Inwantthetofilerunbrowser
Slideshow.
the [
] button and position the cursor over
B Press
"SlideShow" at the control panel (bottom).
C Press the [Enter] button.
The slideshow runs and images in the folder are projected
sequentially one by one.
When the last image is projected in the slideshow, the file browser
screen is automatically displayed again. When "Continuous Play"
on the option screen is set to "On", the slideshow is automatically
repeated. s p.82
q
• When you want to start a slideshow from a particular
image file, play the file and press the [Enter] button.
• When you want to play a slideshow of image files in a
particular folder, position the cursor on the folder in the
browser and press the [Esc] button. Select "Slideshow"
from the displayed submenu, and press the [Enter] button.
• You can set conditions such as projecting repeatedly and
adding transition effects between images. To change
image files automatically when running a slideshow, set
the screen switching time in the option menu to other than
"No". (When the screen switching time is set to "No",
you must change slides manually.) s p.82
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Using Slideshow
Setting Image File Display and Slideshow.
f Rotating images
You can rotate the image being played in 90° units. You can also rotate
images being played in a slideshow. Use the following procedure to rotate
images.
To set the browser's image display order and set Slideshow, display the
option menu.
Procedure
Procedure
A Display a single image file or run a slideshow.
an image is displayed, press the [
] button
B When
or [
] button.
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Top
Top
Bottom
Bottom
the [
] button on the file browser screen,
A Press
position the cursor over "Option" at the control
panel (bottom), and press the [Enter] button.
The option screen is displayed.
Using Slideshow
the cursor over the item you want to
B Position
change, press the [Enter] button, and the setting
becomes effective.
Refer to the following table for details of each item.
Item
Display Setting
Function
Sets the order of files for display. Files can be
selected in order of name or ascending order
of update.
Continuous Play
Sets whether to play Slideshow repeatedly.
Screen switching time Sets the display time for one file in a
slideshow. You can set "No" or "1 to 60 sec".
If you set "No", images are not switched
automatically.
Effect
Sets transition effects between images.
the [
] button, position the cursor on "OK",
C Press
and then press the [Enter] button.
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Optional Accessories and Consumables
Prepare the following options and consumables. Purchase depending
on usage. The following list of optional accessories and consumables
is current as of: 2008.07. Details of accessories are subject to change
without notice and availability may vary depending on the country of
purchase.
f Optional accessories
Soft carrying case ELPKS16B
Use this case if you need to travel with the projector.
60" portable screen ELPSC07
80" portable screen ELPSC08
100" screen
ELPSC10
Portable roll-type screens (Aspect ratiog 4:3)
50" portable screen ELPSC06
A compact screen that can be carried easily. (Aspect ratio 4:3)
HD-15 cable ELPKC02
(1.8m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
This is the same as the computer cable supplied with the projector.
HD-15 cable ELPKC09
(3m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
HD-15 PC cable ELPKC10
(20 m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
Use one of these longer cables if the computer cable bundled with the product is too
short.
Ceiling plate* ELPFC03
Pipe 370 (370 mm silver)* ELPFP04
Pipe 570 (570 mm silver)* ELPFP05
Pipe 770 (770 mm silver)* ELPFP06
Ceiling mount (For use with the ceiling plate)* ELPMB18
Use when installing the projector on a ceiling.
* A special method of installation is required to suspend the projector from a
ceiling. Contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the Support and
Service Guide if you want to use this installation method. s Epson Projector
Contact List
f Consumables
Lamp unit ELPLP41
Use as a replacement for used lamps.
Air filter (by 2) ELPAF13
Use as a replacement for used air filters.
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Glossary
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This section briefly explains terms that are used with the projector and difficult terms that are not explained in the text of this guide. For details,
refer to other commercially available publications.
Aspect ratio
Component Video
Composite video
Contrast
Dolby Digital
HDTV
Interlace
Progressive
Refresh rate
SDTV
Squeeze mode
sRGB
SVGA
S-Video
The width-to-height ratio of a projected image or screen. When the width-to-height ratio is 16:9 or 16:10, the elongated screen is known
as wide-screen. The aspect ratio for standard images is 4:3.
A video signal which has the luminance component and color component separated to provide better image quality.
Refers to images that consist of three independent signals: Y (luminance signal), Pb and Pr (color difference signals).
Video signals that have the video brightness signals and color signals mixed together. The type of signals commonly used by household
video equipment (NTSC, PAL, and SECAM formats). The carrier signal Y (luminance signal) and chroma (color) signal that are
contained in the color bar are overlapped to form a single signal.
The relative brightness of the light and dark areas of an image can be increased or decreased to make text and graphics stand out more
clearly, or to make them appear softer. Adjusting this particular property of an image is called "contrast adjustment".
A sound format developed by Dolby Laboratories. Normal stereo is a 2-channel format that uses two speakers. Dolby Digital is a 6channel (5.1-channel) system which adds to this a center speaker, two rear speakers, and a sub-woofer.
An abbreviation for High-Definition Television that refers to high-definition systems which satisfy the following conditions.
• Vertical resolution of 720p or 1080i or greater (p = progressiveg, i = interlaceg)
• Screen aspect ratiog of 16:9
Dolby Digitalg audio reception and playback (or output)
A method of image scanning whereby the image data is divided into fine horizontal lines that are displayed in sequence starting from left
to right and then from top to bottom. The even-numbered lines and odd-numbered lines are displayed alternately.
A method of image scanning whereby the image data from a single image is scanned sequentially from top to bottom to create a single
image.
The light-emitting element of a display maintains the same luminosity and color for an extremely short time. Because of this, the image
must be scanned many times per second to refresh the light-emitting element. The number of refresh operations per second is called the
Refresh rate and is expressed in hertz (Hz).
An abbreviation for Standard Definition Television that refers to standard television systems which do not satisfy the conditions for
HDTVg High-Definition Television.
In this mode, wide-screen images in 16:9 mode are compressed in the horizontal direction so that they are stored on the recording
medium as 4:3 images.
When these images are played back by the projector in squeeze mode, they are restored to their original 16:9 format.
An international standard for color intervals that was formulated so that colors that are reproduced by video equipment can be handled
easily by computer operating systems (OS) and the Internet. If the connected source has an sRGB mode, set both the projector and the
connected signal source to sRGB.
A type of video signal with a resolution of 800 (horizontal) ^ 600 (vertical) dots that is used by IBM PC/AT-compatible computers.
A video signal which has the luminance component and color component separated to provide better image quality.
Refers to images that consist of two independent signals: Y (luminance signal) and C (color signal).
Glossary
SXGA
Synchronization
Tracking
VGA
XGA
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A type of video signal with a resolution of 1280 (horizontal) ^ 1024 (vertical) dots that is used by IBM PC/AT-compatible computers.
The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting
images are not of a good quality. The process of matching the phases of these signals (the relative position of the crests and the troughs in
the signal) is called Synchronization. If the signals are not synchronized, flickering, blurriness, and horizontal interference occur.
The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting
images are not of a good quality. The process of matching the frequency of these signals (the number of crests in the signal) is called
Tracking. If tracking is not carried out correctly, wide vertical stripes appear in the signal.
A type of video signal with a resolution of 640 (horizontal) ^ 480 (vertical) dots that is used by IBM PC/AT-compatible computers.
A type of video signal with a resolution of 1024 (horizontal) ^ 768 (vertical) dots that is used by IBM PC/AT-compatible computers.
ESC/VP21 Commands
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Command List
Cable Layouts
The ESC and VP21 commands are commands sent from the computer to
control the projector.
When the power ON command is transmitted to the projector, the power
turns on and it enters warm-up mode. When the projector's power has
turned on, a colon ":" (3Ah) is returned.
When a command is input, the projector executes the command and
returns a ":", and then accepts the next command.
If the command being processed terminates due to a problem, an error
message is output and a ":" is returned.
Power ON/OFF
Signal selection
A/V Mute ON/OFF
A/V Mute selection
Item
ON
OFF
Video
S-Video
HDMI
USB Display
Slideshow
ON
OFF
Black
Blue
Logo
Item
Signal selection
Computer (Auto)
Computer
Command
PWR ON
PWR OFF
SOURCE 41
SOURCE 42
SOURCE 30
SOURCE 51
SOURCE 52
MUTE ON
MUTE OFF
MSEL 00
MSEL 01
MSEL 02
Command
Computer Port
SOURCE 1F
SOURCE 11
* Add a Carriage Return (CR) code (0Dh) to the end of each command and
transmit.
f USB connection
Connector shape: USB (Type B)
<At the projector>
(Type B)
<At the computer>
ESC/VP21 Commands
USB Connection Setup
To control the projector with ESC/VP21 commands using communication
via USB connection, it is necessary to set "Extended" - "USB Type B"
from the configuration menu to something other than "USB Display". In
addition to that, the following preparations are required.
Procedure
the USB driver (USB-COM Driver) from
A Download
the Epson Web site to your computer.
Go to http://www.epson.com and select the support section of your
local Epson Web site.
the downloaded USB driver onto your
B Install
computer.
Read the instructions displayed on the download screen.
"Extended" - "Link 21L" to "On" from the
C Set
projector’s configuration menu.
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List of Supported Monitor Displays
89
f Computer images (analog RGB)
Aspect Mode
Signal
Refresh Rateg
(Hz)
Resolution
(dots)
Normal
16:9
Full
Zoom
Through
VGAEGA
70
640^350
1280^700
1280^720
1280^800
1280^700
640^350
640^480/640^360*2
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
640^480
800^600/800^450*2
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
800^600
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1024^768
VGAg
SVGAg
XGAg
60/72/75/85,
iMac*1
56/60/72/75/85, iMac*1
*1
60/70/75/85, iMac
*2
1024^768/1024^576
60
1280^768
1280^768
1280^720
1280^800
1280^768
1280^768
60
1360^768
1280^722
1280^720
1280^800
1280^722
1280^768
60/75/85
1280^800
1280^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
WXGA+
60/75/85
1440^900
1280^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
WSXGA+*3
60
1680^1050
1280^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
70/75/85
1152^864
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
60/75/85
1280^1024
1000^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
60/75/85
1280^960
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
SXGA+
60/75/85
1400^1050
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
UXGA
60
1600^1200
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
MAC13"
67
640^480
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
640^480
MAC16"
75
832^624
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
832^624
75
1024^768
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1024^768
60
1024^768
1066^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1024^768
75
1152^870
1059^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
1152^800
WXGA
SXGAg
MAC19"
MAC21"
*1 Connection is not possible if the equipment does not have a VGA output port.
*2 Letterbox signal
*3 This is limited to selection of "Wide" from "Resolution" on the configuration menu.
Even when signals other than those mentioned above are input, it is likely that the image can be projected. However, not all functions may be supported.
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List of Supported Monitor Displays
f Component Video
Units: dots
Signal
SDTVg(480i)
SDTV(576i)
SDTV(480p)
SDTV(576p)
HDTVg(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
* Letterbox signal
Refresh rateg
(Hz)
Resolution
60
50
60
50
50/60
50/60
720^480/720^360*
720^576/720^432*
720^480/720^360*
720^576/720^432*
1280^720
1920^1080
Normal
1066^800
1066^800
1066^800
1066^800
1280^720
1280^720
16:9
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
Aspect Mode
Full
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
Zoom
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^720
1280^720
Through
640^480
768^576
640^480
768^576
1280^720
1280^800
f Composite video/S-video
Units: dots
Signal
TV (NTSC)
TV(PAL, SECAM)
* Letterbox signal
Refresh rateg
(Hz)
60
50
Resolution
720^480/720^360*
720^576/720^432*
Normal
1066^800
1066^800
16:9
1280^720
1280^720
Aspect Mode
Full
1280^800
1280^800
Zoom
1280^800
1280^800
Through
640^480
768^576
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List of Supported Monitor Displays
f Input signal from HDMI input port
Units: dots
Signal
VGAg
SVGAg
XGAg
SXGAg
SXGA+
UXGA
SDTVg(480i)
SDTV(480p)
SDTV(576i)
SDTV(576p)
HDTVg(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
HDTV(1080p)
* Letterbox signal
Refresh rateg
(Hz)
Resolution
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
50
50
50/60
50/60
50/60
640^480/640^360*
800^600
1024^768
1280^960
1280^1024
1400^1050
1600^1200
720^480/720^360*
720^480/720^360*
720^576/720^432*
720^576/720^432*
1280^720
1920^1080
1920^1080
16:9
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
1280^720
Aspect Mode
Full
Zoom
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^720
1280^800
1280^720
Through
640^480
800^600
1024^768
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
1280^800
640^480
640^480
768^576
768^576
1280^720
1280^800
1280^800
Specifications
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Specifications
Product name
Dimensions
Panel size
Display method
Resolution
Focus adjustment
Zoom adjustment
Lamp
Max. audio output
Speaker
Power supply
Power consumption
100 to 120 V area
220 to 240 V area
Operating altitude
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Mass
EH-TW420
327 (W) ^ 92 (H) ^ 245 (D) mm
0.56"
Polysilicon TFT active matrix
1,024,000 pixels WXGA
(1280 (W) ^ 800 (H) dots) ^ 3
Manual
Manual (1 to 1.2)
UHE lamp 170 W, Model No.: ELPLP41
7 W monaural
1
100 to 240 V AC ±10%, 50/60 Hz 2.8 to 1.5 A
Operating: 246 W
Standby power consumption: 3.0 W
Operating: 231 W
Standby power consumption: 4.3 W
Altitude 0 to 2286m (0 ft to 7500 ft)
5 to +35°C (No condensation)
-10 to +60°C (No condensation)
Approx. 2.8 kg
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Specifications
Product name
Connectors Computer input port
Audio input port
S-Video input port
Video input port
Audio input port
HDMI input port
Monitor Out port
USB port (Type A)*1*3
USB port (Type B)*2*3
Card slot
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EH-TW420
Mini D-Sub15-pin (female) blue
RCA pin jack
Mini DIN 4-pin
RCA pin jack
RCA pin jack
HDMI
USB connector (Type A)
USB connector (Type B)
SD card x 1
*1 USB Type A supports USB1.1.
*2 USB Type B supports USB2.0.
*3 USB ports are not guaranteed to operate all devices that support USB.
Angle of tilt
0° to 30°
0° to 30°
If you use the projector tilted at an angle of
more than 30° it could be damaged and cause
an accident.
SDHC logo is a trademark.
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Specifications
DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or
CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B
Personal Computers
We:
Located at:
Tel:
Epson America, Inc.
3840 Kilroy Airport Way
MS: 3-13
Long Beach, CA 90806
562-290-5254
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein,
complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital
device. Each product marketed, is identical to the representative unit
tested and found to be compliant with the standards. Records maintained
continue to reflect the equipment being produced can be expected to be
within the variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on a
statistical basis as required by 47CFR 2.909. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions : (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Trade Name:
EPSON
Type of Product:
Projector
Model:
H285C/H284C/H283C
FCC Compliance Statement
For United States Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio and television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING
The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this
equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification or Declaration of this device
and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits established by the
FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a
shielded equipment interface cable with this device. If this equipment has
more than one interface connector, do not leave cables connected to unused
interfaces. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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Specifications
Operating Requirements of Supplied Software
The following computer requirements must be satisfied to operate USB
Display supplied with this projector.
OS
CPU
Memory capacity
Hard disk space
Display
Requirements
Windows 2000 SP4
Windows XP SP1
Windows XP SP2
Windows Vista
Windows Vista SP1
Mobile Pentium III 1.2GHz or greater
Recommended: Pentium M 1.6 GHz or
greater
256 MB or greater
Recommended: 512 MB or greater
256 MB or greater
XGA(1024 ^ 768) or greater resolution
16 bit color or greater display color
Approx. 32,000 color display
Appearance
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Index
A
97
E
A/V Mute ............................................................. 17
A/V mute slide ....................................................... 6
Air exhaust vent .................................................... 6
Air filter ................................................................ 11
Air filter replacement period ................................ 61
Air intake vent ..................................................... 11
Angle of tilt .......................................................... 93
Audio input port ..................................................... 7
Auto Setup .......................................................... 32
ESC/VP21 ...........................................................87
Extended menu ...................................................35
External dimension diagram ................................96
E-zoom ................................................................22
Lamp cover ........................................................... 6
Lamp Hours ........................................................ 37
Lamp indicator .................................................... 42
Lamp replacement period ................................... 58
Language ............................................................ 36
Low brightness .................................................... 34
F
Focus ring ..............................................................6
Freeze .................................................................18
Front ....................................................................35
Front adjustable feet ..............................................6
Full lock ...............................................................27
B
Brightness ........................................................... 31
Brightness Control ............................................... 34
L
G
C
M
Menu ................................................................... 30
Messages ............................................................ 35
Mouse pointer ..................................................... 75
N
Game ...................................................................15
Glossary ..............................................................85
Ceiling ................................................................. 35
Cleaning the air filter and air intake vent ............. 56
Cleaning the projector’s surface .......................... 56
Color Adjustment ................................................. 31
Color Mode .................................................... 15, 31
Color Saturation .................................................. 31
Computer input port .............................................. 7
Configuration menu ............................................. 30
Connecting a USB Cable .................................... 73
Connecting a USB Device ................................... 67
Consumables ...................................................... 84
Contrast ............................................................... 31
Control panel ......................................................... 8
Control Panel Lock ........................................ 27, 34
Cross ................................................................... 22
D
O
H
Operating temperature ........................................ 92
Operation ............................................................ 36
Optional accessories ........................................... 84
Overheating ........................................................ 43
Help function ........................................................40
High Altitude Mode: .............................................36
How to replace the air filter ..................................61
How to replace the lamp ......................................59
P
I
Image menu .........................................................31
Indicators .............................................................42
Info menu .............................................................37
Input Signal ....................................................32, 37
K
Keystone ..............................................................34
Dark Wall ............................................................. 15
Direct Power On .................................................. 36
Display ................................................................ 35
Display Background ............................................ 35
Dynamic .............................................................. 15
Numeric buttons .................................................... 9
Part names and functions ..................................... 6
Password protect ................................................ 24
Password protect sticker ..................................... 24
Photo ................................................................... 15
Position ............................................................... 32
Power indicator ................................................... 42
Power inlet ............................................................ 7
Problem solving .................................................. 42
Progressive ......................................................... 32
Projection ............................................................ 35
Projection distance .............................................. 66
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R
T
Rear .................................................................... 35
Rear foot ............................................................. 11
Rear screen ......................................................... 55
Refresh rate ........................................................ 37
Remote control .................................................... 11
Remote control light-emitting area ...................... 10
Remote receiver ................................................ 6, 7
Replacing batteries ............................................. 57
Request code ...................................................... 26
Reset All .............................................................. 38
Reset menu ......................................................... 38
Resetting the lamp operating time ................ 38, 61
Resolution ............................................... 32, 37, 89
Temp indicator .....................................................42
Theater ................................................................15
Tint .......................................................................31
Top menu ............................................................30
Tracking ...............................................................32
U
User's logo ...........................................................63
User’s logo protect ...............................................24
V
Video port ..............................................................7
Video Signal ..................................................32, 37
Volume ................................................................34
S
Screen size ......................................................... 66
SD card ............................................................... 68
Settings menu ..................................................... 34
Sharpness ........................................................... 31
Sleep Mode ......................................................... 36
Source ................................................................. 37
Source Search ...................................................... 8
Specifications ...................................................... 92
Sports .................................................................. 15
sRGB ................................................................... 15
Startup Screen .................................................... 35
Storage temperature ........................................... 92
Sub Menu ............................................................ 30
Supported monitor displays ................................. 89
Suspension bracket fixing points ......................... 11
S-video port ........................................................... 7
Sync Info ............................................................. 37
Synchronization ................................................... 32
Z
Zoom ring ..............................................................6
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