User's Manual
DU6693Z
DU6693Z DLP Projector - User Manual
Table of Contents
Copyright ............................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Copyright ........................................................................................................................................................................ 3 Disclaimer ...................................................................................................................................................................... 3 About the Manual ........................................................................................................................................................... 3 Important Safety Guidelines .................................................................................................................................................. 4 Safety Notification .......................................................................................................................................................... 4 Installation and Use Notices........................................................................................................................................... 6 Disposal of Old Electric and Electronic Equipment ........................................................................................................ 6 Important Recycling Instructions .................................................................................................................................... 6 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................................ 7 Packing Checklist ........................................................................................................................................................... 7 Projector Overview ......................................................................................................................................................... 8 IO Panel ....................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Control Panel ............................................................................................................................................................... 11 Remote Control ............................................................................................................................................................ 12 Installation and Setting up ................................................................................................................................................... 14 Inserting or Changing the Remote Control Batteries ................................................................................................... 14 Installing the Projector.................................................................................................................................................. 15 Precautions for Installation ................................................................................................................................... 15 Mounting the Projector .......................................................................................................................................... 16 Installing or Removing the Optional Lens ............................................................................................................. 17 Connecting to AC Power Supply .................................................................................................................................. 19 Turning On the Projector .............................................................................................................................................. 19 Turning Off the Projector .............................................................................................................................................. 20 Adjusting the Projection Mode ..................................................................................................................................... 21 Adjusting the Projected Image Position ....................................................................................................................... 22 Adjusting the Focus and Zoom .................................................................................................................................... 22 Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector ...................................................................................................... 23 Using the Control Panel Lock ............................................................................................................................... 23 Using the Security Lock ........................................................................................................................................ 24 Using Control ID for Multi-Projector Application ........................................................................................................... 25 Using the Constant Brightness Function to Maintain the Brightness Output ............................................................... 27 Connecting Equipment ........................................................................................................................................................ 28 Connecting a Computer ............................................................................................................................................... 28 Connecting a Video Device .......................................................................................................................................... 28 Connecting a Control Equipment ................................................................................................................................. 29 Connecting a Screen Trigger ....................................................................................................................................... 30 Connecting an HDBaseT Transmitter .......................................................................................................................... 31 Using the Projector .............................................................................................................................................................. 32 Using the On-Screen Display ....................................................................................................................................... 32 OSD Menu Tree ........................................................................................................................................................... 33 OSD Operation - PICTURE ......................................................................................................................................... 37 OSD Operation - SIGNAL ............................................................................................................................................ 39 OSD Operation - SETUP ............................................................................................................................................. 41 OSD Operation - INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................ 44 OSD Operation - SERVICE.......................................................................................................................................... 49 Product Specification ........................................................................................................................................................... 50 Supported Signal Input Timing ............................................................................................................................................ 51 UM66931217EN00
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Configurations of Terminals ................................................................................................................................................. 54 DU6693Z Lens Series ......................................................................................................................................................... 55 Product Dimensions ............................................................................................................................................................ 56 LED Indication ..................................................................................................................................................................... 57 Common Problems and Solutions ....................................................................................................................................... 58 About the Vivitek Support .................................................................................................................................................... 60 UM66931217EN00
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Copyright
Copyright
The User's Manual (including all pictures, illustrations and software) is protected by the international copyright right law. All
rights are reserved. No duplication of the manual or any content included in the manual is allowed without the written
consent of the manufacturer.
Vivitek is the trademark of Vivitek Corporation. ©All rights reserved. 2017
Disclaimer
The information in the manual is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer does not provide any statement or
warranty of the contents in the manual and clearly give up the implied warranties of merchantability and of fitness for a
particular purpose. The manufacturer reserves the rights to modify the publication and change the contents of the
materials at any time without notice to any person.
About the Manual
The manual describes how to install and use the projector and is applicable to the end-user. Relevant information (such as
illustrations and descriptions) is put on the same page as possible as we can. The format, easy for printing, is convenient
for reading and paper-saving which is beneficial to environmental protection. It is suggested printing the page you need.
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Important Safety Guidelines
Thank you for purchasing the high quality product!
Read the Manual carefully to obtain the best performance. The Manual provides instructions to use the menu and
implement the operation.
Safety Notification
To turn off the main power, ensure to unplug from the power outlet.
To prevent electric shock, do not open the cabinet. There are high-voltage components inside.
Refer service to qualified service personnel.
The symbol warns the user about electric shock caused by voltage not insulated. Therefore, it is
dangerous to make any kind of contact with any parts of inside units.
To prevent the projector from electrical discharge or electric shock, do not expose the projector to rain or
moist environment. Do not use the plug with an extension cord or an outlet unless all the prongs can be
fully inserted.
This symbol alerts the user that important information which should be read carefully to avoid problems
concerning the operation and maintenance.
WARNING TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS:
Handling the cables supplied with this equipment might expose user to a little lead, a chemical known to the Stage of
California, resulting in risks of barrenness. Please remember to wash hands after handling.
NOTIFICATION (CANADA)
This Class A digital equipment complies with Canadian ICES-003.
CE NOTIFICATION
This is a Class A product, which complies with rules for CE marking. This product may cause radio interference that the
user may be supposed to take adequate measures.
FCC NOTIFICATION
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. The operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference;
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This
equipment has been tested and found to comply with part 15 of the FCC Rules. These requirements are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment operates in a commercial environment.
This equipment might generate radio frequency energy. If user does not install or use in accordance with the instructions
in manual, the radio frequency energy may interfere radio reception. If the above scenario occurs, the user may be
responsible for correcting the interference
WARNING!
Changes or modifications without approval from Vivitek could void the user’s authorization to operate
the product.
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LIGHT MODULE
 A light module containing multiple laser diodes acts as the light source in the product.
 These laser diodes are sealed in the light module. It is recommended to ask a dealer for maintenance or repair
services of the light module.
 The end user is not allowed to replace the light module.
 Contact distributor who provides the qualified service for light module replacement and further information.
LASER SAFETY NOTIFICATION AND CAUTION
Do not stare at the lens while in use
CLASS 3R LASER PRODUCT
This Laser Product is designated as Class 3R during all procedures of operation.
LASER LIGHT - AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.
Do not point laser or allow reflected laser light toward other people or reflective objects.
Direct or scattered light can be hazardous to eyes and skin.
There is a potential hazard of eye exposure to laser radiation if the included instructions are not followed.
Caution – use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
Laser Parameters:
Wavelength
: 450nm - 460nm
Total internal power
: >100W
Mode of operation
: Pulsed, due to frame rate
Apparent source size : >10mm, at lens stop
Pulse width
: 0.74ms
Divergence
: >100 mili Radian
Maximum laser energy : 0.376mJ
Product Label
Manufacturer’s ID Label, Explanatory Label and Certification Statement Label
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Hazard Warning Symbol and Aperture Label
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Installation and Use Notices
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Read and keep this manual properly.
Pay attention to all the noted warnings, and follow all the guidelines and descriptions in this manual.
Do not use the projector near water.
Do not install the equipment near the thermal sources, such as heaters, radiators, furnace, amplifiers, and any other
equipment that may generate heat.
Be careful while holding the equipment or moving the trolley with projector to prevent the equipment from turning
over.
Notice whether there is any parts with flaws after receiving the projector.
Please notice that the projector will not power on until the lens is fitted. The protection covering the lens should be
taken to install the lens.
Do not let any vent be obstructed.
Do not destroy the safety protection function of polarized or grounding plug of the power cord. A polarized plug has
one wide and one narrow blade. The plug has two blades and one grounding blade. The wide blade or grounding
blade is provided for the safety concerns. If the plug provided does not match the outlet, please contact the
electrician to change outlet.
The +12V trigger only outputs 12V DC trigger signal. Do not connect other power input or output. Otherwise, the
equipment may malfunction.
Adjust the slide switch with suitable volt input, and then plug in the projector; the red LED indicator would flash and
then stabilize, getting into standby mode. User should only use the connectors or accessories provided by the
manufacturer.
When user turns on the projector, the red LED indicator would flash until stabilize. Do not look at the lens directly
while the projector is running.
Unplug the power cord of the equipment if there is a thunderstorm or the equipment is not going to be used for a long
time.
The packaging materials can be kept properly for transportation use afterward.
If any breakdown occurs, please contact dealer or manufacture for qualified repair service.
Disposal of Old Electric and Electronic Equipment
The symbol on your product or the package represents that the product should not be treated as the normal household
waste when discarded but should be carried to the recycling location of the waste electric and electronic equipment. The
consequence on the environment and human health due to the incorrect disposal of the product can be prevented if it can
be ensured that the product is properly discarded. Material recycling is helpful to the protection of natural resources. The
symbol is only valid in the European Union. If you want to discard electrical and electronic equipment, contact the
governmental authorities or your dealer for the correct method of disposal.
Important Recycling Instructions
The product may contain other electronic wastes and may pose risk if not discarded properly. Abide by the local,
state/provincial or federal laws of recycling or discarding. For more information, please visit the website and contact
Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) on WWW.EIAE.ORG.
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Introduction
The User's Manual describes the installation, setup and operation of the DU6693Z projector and provides assistance to
the installation personnel and the end-user to fully develop the performance of the projector. VIVITEK has made every
effort to ensure that the information in the Manual is correct at the time of printing. The contents may be frequently
updated due to the continuous product improvement and customer feedback.
You can find the latest version of the Manual and the manual of other Vivitek products on www.vivitekcorp.com.
Packing Checklist
The following items are included in the packaging box of the DU6693Z series projector. If any loss or damage to any item,
contact your dealer or Vivitek customer service department. AC Power Cord IR Remote Control VGA Signal Cable
Wired Remote Cable
Anti‐thief Screw (M4)
(for Lens Installation)
User’s Manual Disc
Certificate (China)
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Projector Overview
Front-right View
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1. Front IR Receiver
The Receiver for IR signals from the remote control.
2. LED Indicator
Display current projector status such as power, light source
status and warning.
3. Air Intake
The fan pulls the cool air to the projector for system cooling.
4. Lens Release Button
Press the Lens Release button before removing the lens.
5. Lens hood
Remove the cover before installing the lens.
6. Height Adjuster
Adjust level of projector
7. Intake Vent
The fans pull air to cool the radiator of the projector.
8. Rear IR Receiver
The Receiver for IR signals from the remote control.
Rear-right View
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9. I/O Connector Panel
Connect to various input, control or output terminals to the
projector.
10. Kensington Lock
Attach the projector to a permanent object with the Kensington
slot and a security cable.
11. Slide Switch
Switch it to corresponding input voltage
12. AC Power Switch
Turn on/off the AC power of the projector.
13. AC Inlet
Connect the supplied power cable to this inlet.
14. Control Panel
Press the button to operate the OSD menu or adjust the lens
Settings see OSD controls.
Important:
 The air passes through grill openings on the projector is for good air circulation. Do not obstruct any of
the grill openings and keep the required distance from any object.
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Bottom View
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Anti-thief Screw hole
The anti-thief screw can be tightened to prevent
Lens removing by an unauthorized person.
Mounting Holes of Support Kit
These two screws holes can be used to fix
support kits of ultra-short throw lens.
Note: The screws are for Lens support kits only;
overloading may damage the projector or cause
injury.
Recess for projector handling.
These four recesses can be used for handling
the projector.
Ceiling Mounting Hole
Total six M4 screw holes with maximum depth
14mm.
Security Slot
The slot can be used for Short-term protection
Note:
 When installing, ensure that you use only UL Listed ceiling mounts, Contact your dealer for information
on mounting the projector on a ceiling.
 With ceiling installation, use approved mounting hardware & M4 screws; maximum depth of screw is 14
mm.
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IO Panel
TRIGGER 1, 2 (12V +/-1.5V)
When connected to the screen through a 3.5mm cable,
the screen deploys automatically on startup of the
projector. The screen reacts when the projector is
powered off.
RS-232
The 9-pin D-sub interface is used to connect to the PC
control system and projector maintenance.
Component (V, H, B/Pb, G/Y, R/Pr)
Connect RGBHV or Component signal from computer or
component video enabled device
VGA
Provide the standard 15-pin VGA connection and can
connect to RGB, HD Component or personal computer.
MONITOR OUT
Connect to a monitor to display the projected content.
3D SYNC IN / OUT
Connect to the 3D IR synchronization signal transmitter.
WIRED REMOTE
Connect the supplied remote controller to the projector.
HDBaseT/LAN
Connect an Ethernet cable (Cat5/Cat6, not supplied)
from a computer, network device, or HDBaseT
transmitter.
HDMI
Connect the HDMI cable from a computer or video
device.
DVI-D
Connect to DVI-D cable from a DVI-D output of the
device.
DisplayPort
Connect the DisplayPort cable from a computer or video
device.
Service USB
This connector is for service only.
Note for Trigger
 When the projector is turned on, a control signal (DC 12V) outputs from this terminal.
 Do not use this jack for anything other than intended use.
Note for Wired Remote
 Please make sure whether the port for insertion is correct before the terminal of the wired remote control is
inserted. The remote control may be damaged if inserted to the wrong port such as trigger. Do not use this
jack for anything other than intended use
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Control Panel
INPUT
Push the button to select the input signal. HDMI, DVI,
VGA, Component…etc.
CENTER LENS
Push the button to center the lens and calibrate the
parameter of lens shift, focusing and zooming.
Note: The lens memory function requires the accurate
lens adjustment parameter. Please center the lens every
time after the lens is mounted.
AUTO SYNC
Implement automatic signal synchronization.
Blank
Use the button to stop the projection temporarily.
ASPECT
Change the aspect ratio of the current image and push
the button to change to the next aspect ratio settings.
LENS SHIFT
Use these four buttons to move the projected image to
the desired position.
MENU
Push the button to display or hide the OSD menu.
FOCUS
Use the button to adjust the focus of the projected image.
UP/Down/Left/Right
Use the button to select the OSD option.
ZOOM
Use the button to zoom in/out the projected image.
POWER
User the button to turn on/off the projector.
ENTER
Use the button to select settings or confirm the changed
settings.
EXIT
Push the button to return to the menu on the previous
level or exit the OSD menu.
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Remote Control
On
Use the button to turn on the projector.
OFF
Use the button to turn off the projector.
FOCUS
Adjust the focus of the projected image.
ZOOM
Zoom in/out the projected image.
TEST PATTERN
Use the button to show the test pattern. Press this button again to switch to
the next pattern. Press the EXIT button to return to the projected image.
LENS SHIFT
Use the button to move the lens right or left.
ENTER
Use the button to select settings or confirm the changed settings.
MENU
Press the button to display or hide the OSD Menu.
EXIT
Press the button to return to the previous Menu or exit the OSD Menu.
AUTO PC
You can use this function to execute signal source auto synchronization
BLANK
Press the button to temporarily interrupt the projection.
STATUS
Show OSD MENU – SERVICE.
VGA
Select VGA input source.
COMPONENT
Select Component input source.
ASPECT
Press the button to display aspect ratio options.
HDMI1
Select HDMI input source.
HDMI2 (Not available for this model)
DVI
Select DVI-D input source.
3G-SDI(Not available for this model)
DisplayPort
Select input source from DisplayPort.
HDBaseT
Select HDBaseT input source.
CLEAR
Erase the set ID number of the remote control; refer to the section “Using
Control ID for Multi-projector Application” on page 26.
FREEZE
Freeze the projected image or resume the projection.
ID SET
Set up ID number for remote control; refer to the section “Using Control ID
for Multi-projector Application” on page 25.
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Wired Remote Jack
Connect to WIRED REMOTE terminal on the projector
Remote Control Operating Range
The remote control uses the infrared transmission to control the projector. It is not necessary to point the remote directly at
the projector. Provided you are not holding the remote perpendicular to the sides or the rear of the projector, the remote
will function well within a radius of about 10 meters (25 feet) and 15 degrees above or below the projector level. If the
projector does not respond to the remote control, move a little closer.
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Installation and Setting up
Inserting or Changing the Remote Control Batteries
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1. Remove the battery compartment cover by sliding the cover in the direction of the arrow.
2. Place two AA batteries with the correct polarity.
3. Slide on the cover as the arrow in the illustration.
Important:
 Avoid using the projector with bright fluorescent lighting turned on. Certain high-frequency fluorescent lights
can disrupt remote control operation.
 Be sure nothing obstructs the path between the remote control and the projector.
 Do not expose the remote control to high temperature or humidity; otherwise, the remote control will not work
functionally.
Battery installation instructions
 Make sure the battery is installed with the correct polarity
 Do not use the old and new batteries or the batteries of different types together
 Remove the battery if the remote control may not be used for a long time to prevent the damage caused
by leaks.
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Installing the Projector
The high quality display effect can be guaranteed only when the projector is correctly installed. Generally, the light source
facing the screen should be reduced or eliminated as much as possible. The contrast of the image will be obviously
reduced if the light directly shines on the screen, such as the beam from windows or the searchlight cast on the image.
The image may become faded and not bright.
Precautions for Installation
Caution:
 Projector installation must be done by a qualified professional. Contact your dealer for more information.
It is not recommended you install the projector yourself.
 With ceiling installation, use approved mounting hardware & M4 screws; maximum depth of screw: 14
mm. Contact your dealer for information about mounting the projector on a ceiling.
 Only use the projector on a solid, level surface, serious injury and damage can occur if the projector is
dropped.
Caution:
 Ensure that the hot air from the exhaust vent is not sucked into the projector.
 Ensure the air intake and exhaust vents are unobstructed and keep the required distance from any
object. Below is required minimum distance between the vent and any object.
 All added enclosures should pass a certified thermal evaluation to ensure that the projector does not
recycle exhaust air, as this may cause the projector to shut down even if the enclosure temperature is
with the acceptable operation temperature range.
Airflow and Heat Emission
Minimum Distance to Vent
Caution:
 Only use the projector on a solid, level surface, serious injury and damage can occur if the projector is
dropped.
 Please do not stack the projector on the surface of another projector, serious injury and damage may
occur if the projector is dropped.
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Mounting the Projector
For mounting the projector, please use UL Listed ceiling mounts and M4 screws, maximum depth of screw: 14 mm.
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Installing or Removing the Optional Lens
Caution:
 Do not shake or place excessive pressure on the projector or the lens components as the projector and
lens components contain precision parts.
 When shipping the projector with the optional lens, remove the optional lens before shipping the
projector. The lens and the lens shift mechanism may encounter damage caused by improper handling
during transportation.
 Before removing or installing the lens, be sure to turn off the projector and wait till the cooling fans stop,
and turn off the main power switch.
 Do not touch the lens surface when removing or installing the lens.
 Keep fingerprints, dust or oil off the lens surface. Do not scratch the lens surface.
 Work on a level surface with a soft cloth under it to avoid scratching.
 If you remove and store the lens, attach the lens cap to the projector to keep off dust and dirt.
Install New Lens
1. If the Lens cover is installed, pull the edge of the lens cover with one hand ( ① ), so that the lens cover can be
removed easily with the other hand ( ② )
2.
Align the " " symbol on the lens label with the "* " symbol on the top of the body (align to the center of the lens hole)
and pull in the lens.
3.
Make sure the lens is pushed into the holder and turn it clockwise to the "Lock" position. When turning the lens, the
"Click" sounds twice to indicate that the lens is completely fixed.
4.
Check if the lens is fixed successfully by pulling the lens out of the holder gently.
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Removing the Existing Lens
1.
Push the LENS RELEASE button all the way in and rotate the lens counterclockwise. The existing lens will be
disengaged
2.
Pull out the existing lens slowly.
Note:
 When installing the lens into the projector, be sure to remove the lens cap from the back of the optional
lens before installing the optional lens into the projector. Failure to do so will cause damage to the
projector and lens.
 There is one safety switch inside the lens slot on the projector to prevent unexpected injury by laser
beam, the projector cannot be turned on if the projection lens has not been installed or is not installed
correctly. Please make sure the lens is installed properly before tuning on the projector.
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Connecting to AC Power Supply
The AC power cord is included in the box; plug the power cord to the AC socket on the IO panel.
Turning On the Projector
Once the projector is correctly located and the power cable and other connections are in place, it is important that the
projector is powered on correctly in order to avoid damage to components and un-necessary wear and tear. Refer to the
following guide to power on the projector.
1. Press the main power switch to the on ( I ) position as
shown. POWER LEDs flashes then lights red.
2. Press the POWER button on the control panel or ON
button on the remote control.
3. The Power LED and LIGHT LED flashes green till
power on process is finished.
4. After few seconds, both LEDs keep green, the projector
is ready for use.
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Turning Off the Projector
Once the projector is no longer required, it is important to shut it down correctly to avoid damage or unnecessary wear and
tear to the projector.
Note:
 Do not unplug the power cable from the wall outlet or projector when the projector is powered on. Doing
so can cause damage to the AC IN connector of the project or the prong plug of the power cable. To turn
off the AC power supply when the projector is powered on, use a power strip equipped with a switch and
a breaker.
 Do not turn off the AC power supply within 10 seconds after making adjustment or changing the setting.
Doing so is possible to cause loss of adjustments and settings and return to default.
Refer to the following guide to shut down the projector.
1. Press the POWER button on the control panel or OFF
button on the remote control once, the Power Off window
displays.
2. Press the POWER button again on the OSD control panel
or remote control to verify power off, the power LED
flashes orange after Power Off is confirmed.
3. The projector enters Standby mode when the power LED
lights red.
4. Press the Main Power switch to the off position (O) to turn
off the projector.
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Adjusting the Projection Mode
DU6693Z is designed for set up in all angles including desktop, ceiling, portrait and free-tilt installation as shown in the
below illustration.
You can change the direction of the image using the Projection Mode. The projector has a smart cooling mechanism,
which regulate the fan automatically according to the projection mode.
Use the ◄ or ► buttons to select a projection mode to change the direction of the image. The selectable options are as
follow:
Auto-Front: Turn on the orientation sensor to change automatically the direction of the image.
Desktop Front: Install the projector on the desktop and project the image forward.
Desktop Rear: Install the projector on the desktop and project the image from the rear of the screen.
Ceiling Front: Mount the projector on the ceiling and project the image forward.
Ceiling Rear: Mount the projector on the ceiling and project the image from the rear of the screen.
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Adjusting the Projected Image Position
The DU6693Z projector has the powered lens shift feature; the image can be shifted vertically or horizontally without
moving the projector. The lens shift range is shown in the percentage of the screen height and width, the maximum
vertical shift range can be up to 64% of the projected image height and down to 33% of the height, and maximum
horizontal shift range is 24% of the image width to right, 14% of the image width to the left. Please refer to below
illustration.
Note:
 The projector is equipped with safety switch inside the lens mount hole; the projection lens must be
installed in the projector before turning on the power. Or the projection can’t be started.
 There is a Lens Lock function on OSD menu to disable lens control adjustment for avoiding possible
misoperation after you finish the adjustment, please make sure to disable the lock before performing the
lens control.
Adjusting the Focus and Zoom
The focus and zoom can be adjusted from the projector control panel or remote control. Refer to the following guides to
adjust the focus and zoom manually.
Press the Focus or Zoom button on the control key panel or remote control to adjust the focus or zoom effect using the
increase and decrease buttons as required
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Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector
Using the Control Panel Lock
This function allows you to lock control panel on the projector for preventing the unauthorized operation on control button.
Locking the Control Buttons
Select SETUP -> Advanced -> Control Panel Lock to enable the function as below illustration.
Once Control Panel Lock is enabled, all of control buttons on the projector are locked. Below message is shown on the
screen few seconds if any control buttons is pressed.
Control Panel Lock is turned on
Unlocking the Control Panel
Once Control Panel Lock is enabled, all of control buttons on the projector are disabled. Please enter the OSD option
SETUP -> Advanced -> Control Panel Lock then select Off to unlock the control panel by remote control.
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Using the Security Lock
This function allows you to lock the projector for preventing the unauthorized turning on the projector; the setting is valid
when you turn on the projector next time.
Enable the Security Lock
Select SETUP -> Advanced -> Security Lock then select On to enable the function as below illustration.
Once Security Lock is turned on, the pop-up message for setting up the password Lock as is shown as below. Press arrow
buttons to set up your password, the password can be the combination of four arrow keys.
Control Panel Lock is turned on, the pop-up message will be shown Lock as below, select OK to confirm or Cancel to
ignore the setting.
Are you sure to set Security Lock ?
OK
Cancel
When you turn on the projector next time, the pop-up window will remind you to input the password to start the projection.
Unlocking the projector
The projector can be unlocked from OSD menu, select SETUP>Advanced>Security Lock to off.
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Using Control ID for Multi-Projector Application
When installing more than one projector in the room, the projectors may receive the control signal at the same time. In this
case, you can use control ID function to specify the identification of the projector and remote control to operate the
specified projector. Follow below steps to set up the identification number for the projector and remote control.
Set the Projector identification number
1. Enable Projector ID Control function from SETUP->ID Control Enable Enable as below figure.
2. Set Control ID Number
Select Control ID Number option then press Enter buttons, use ► button to increase the number or ◄button to
decrease the number. This option is available when Projector ID Control is turned on.
Set the identification number of remote control
Press and hold ID SET button on the remote control around 5 seconds, Power led indicator is flashing red periodically.
Press two digits to set desired ID number, each pressing shall be leisurely. Power LED will flash on time when the
remote control is confirmed the setting.
Press and Hold ID SET button
around 5 seconds
Power LED is flashing
Press two digits for ID number
Note:
 Set the identification number will overwrite the ID number you set, you can set the ID number directly if
you would like to give new ID number for the remote control.
Erase the identification number of the remote control
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The set ID number is overwritten if new ID number is set, you can press ID SET and CLEAR button to erase ID number of
the remote control
Press ID SET and CLEAR buttons simultaneously
The backlight of the buttons is flashing one time
Checking the identification number of the projector and remote control
The identification number of the projector and remote control can be checked by SERVICE menu as below figure,
“X” represents that the function is not enabled; the number 26 is the current identification number of the remote control
Note:
 Project ID Control function is available when the option is turned on and remote control wire is not
plugged into the wire remote jack.
 If ID Control Enable is set to Off, projector can receive any control signal from the remote control even ID
number is set into the remote control.
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Using the Constant Brightness Function to Maintain the Brightness Output
The brightness output of a projector may decline after thousands of hours of usage. In certain applications, such as
mapping, a periodical adjustment to multiple projectors is required to ensure the overall image result. Vivitek’s Constant
Brightness feature is designed to reduce the need for installers to regularly recalibrate the projectors. A built-in light sensor
inside the projector monitors the level of light so that when a reduction in light is detected, the projector will regulate
dynamically the electricity power to increase the light output to your pre-defined brightness level, and thus maintaining a
constant level of brightness. To use this function, follow the steps below:
1. Select CONTROL > Light Power > Laser Mode. Change it to Custom Power Level with a value under 100%. For
example: 90% or 85%. The reduced power percentage will be used to later regulate the brightness when the Constant
Brightness function is enabled.
2. Enable the Constant Brightness function.
Note:
 After a long period of time, when a power boost reaches its limit of maximum power, the Constant
Brightness function will no longer increase the electrical power to the laser light source. In this case,
please turn off the function. Or you can readjust all the projectors to a new level of brightness with a lower
percentage of Custom Power Level so that the Constant Brightness function will work again.
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Connecting Equipment
Follow the instructions below to connect DU6693Z projector to the video source, external control equipment (if any). When
connecting to the equipment, use the correct signal cable to connect to the signal source and ensure that the cable is
securely connected. Fasten the nut on the joint and connect the signal source equipment to the projector according to the
figure below.
Connecting a Computer
You can connect the PC signal to be projected to the projector through the DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA or RGBHV
(BNC) cable. If the signal to be input is VGA signal, connect the VGA cable to the external display to simultaneously
monitor the projected content.
Connecting a Video Device
Connect a video equipment to the input port of the projector via the DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort and Component Video
Connector.
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Connecting a Control Equipment
The projector has the following control ports for connecting to the control equipment:
HDBaseT/LAN (Network control): The projector supports network control. LAN and HDBaseT share the one port. If only
network control is used, you can connect the LAN on the projector to PC or through the local network. Refer to the
Remote Communication Manual for detailed information.
RS-232 (RS-232 control): The projector can be remote-controlled by connecting the projector to PC or control system
through the standard 9-pin serial cable (Straight Through Serial Cable). Refer to the Remote Communication Manual for
detailed information.
Wired remote control: If the projector cannot receive the IR signal from the remote control due to the overly long
distance or obstacles, you can connect the cable to the IR remote control or the external IR transmitter (optional) via the
WIRE input port to expand the working range of the remote control.
3D Sync Out/In: Connect to 3D IR sync signal transmitter or device.
Caution:
 When the terminal of the remote control cable is inserted to the wired control terminal of the projector, the
projector will automatically switch to the wired control mode and cannot be controlled through the IR
signal of the remote control. Disconnect the wired control terminal on the projector if you want to control
through the IR signal of the remote control.
 If the wired remote control cable or the external IR transmitter is inserted to the incorrect port, such as
Trigger, the remote control or the IR transmitter may be damaged. Make sure whether the port is correct.
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Connecting a Screen Trigger
If your projection system includes the electric projection screen and other 12V trigger device, you can connect these
devices to the 12V trigger to output and configure the output 12V signal settings. The projector will output 12V signals
when it’s turned on. You can use the signal to control the screen or device by turning on the OSD option under SETUP ->
Trigger 1 or Triger 2.
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Connecting an HDBaseT Transmitter
The projector has a built-in HDBaseT receiver. With HDBaseT Transmitter (Not supplied), the video, RS-232 and LAN
signals can be sent to the projector via a single RJ-45 cable. If the HDBaseT Transmitter you purchased supports the
input and output of the IR remote control, the control signals from the IR remote control can be sent to the DU6693Z
projector via the RJ-45 cable.
Note:
 The projector supports the video signal, R-232, IR remote control and the reception of the network control
signals but do not support Power over Ethernet (PoE).
 The baud rate will be switched to 9600 automatically. If RS232 command is sent via external HDBaseT
transmitter.
 If the command is sent via the HDBaseT transmitter, the longest transmission distance is 100 meters.
The projection may be interrupted or interfered, or the control signal cannot be sent if the transmission
distance is exceeded.
 Use the RJ-45 Cat5e or above cable and avoid entwining. Entwining may cause damage or interfering
signal transmission, reduce the transmission distance and degrade the image quality.
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Using the Projector
Using the On-Screen Display
The projector has an On-Screen Display (OSD) that lets you make image adjustments, change various settings and check
current projector status.
Navigating the OSD
You can use the remote control or the control buttons on the projector to navigate and make changes to the OSD. The
following illustration shows the corresponding buttons on the remote control and on the projector
1. To open the OSD, press the Menu button on the OSD
control panel or remote control. There are five folders on the
menu. Press the cursor ◄ or ► buttons to move through
secondary menus.
2. Press ▲or▼ to select menu items and ◄or► to change
to confirm the new setting.
values for settings. Press
3. Press RETURN to leave a submenu or MENU to close
menu
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OSD Menu Tree
Use the following table to quickly find a setting or determine the range for a setting.
Main Menu
Picture
Submenu
Picture Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Saturation
Hue
Sharpness
Noise Reduction
Color Temperature
Gamma
Advance
High Bright
Presentation
Video
Native
5400K
6500K
7500K
9300K
1.0
1.8
2.0
2.2
2.35
2.5
S Curve
DICOM
Input Balance
HSG
Signal
Input Selection
EDID Mode
Auto Search
Color Space
Aspect Ratio
HDMI I
DisplayPortDVI-D
VGA
Component/BNC
HDBaseT
HDMI I
DisplayPort
DVI-D
VGA
HDBaseT
Off
On
Auto
YPbPr
YCbCr
RGB-PC
RGB-Video
5:4
4:3
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Red Offset
Green Offset
Blue Offset
Red Gain
Green Gain
Blue Gain
Red
Green
Blue
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
White
Reset
Hue/Saturation/Gain
Hue/Saturation/Gain
Hue/Saturation/Gain
Hue/Saturation/Gain
Hue/Saturation/Gain
Hue/Saturation/Gain
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Main Menu
Submenu
Overscan
Background
Test Pattern
VGA Setup
Setup
Auto Sync
Language
Light Power
16:9
1.88:1
2.35:1
Letterbox
Auto
Native
Off
On
Logo
Black
Blue
Crosshatch
Color Bar
Checker Board
V Burst
H Burst
White
Black
Red
Green
Blue
H Total
H Start
V Phase
V Start
Execute
English
Français
Español
Deutsch
Português
简体中文
繁體中文
日本語
한국어
Laser Mode
Custom Power Level
Constant Brightness
Startup Logo
Digital Alignment
Trigger 1
Trigger 2
Dynamic Black
3D
On
Off
Digital Zoom
Digital Pan
Digital Scan
Reset
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
3D Format
Off
On
Off
Auto
Side by Side
Top/Bottom
Frame Sequential
On
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Main Menu
Submenu
Eye Swap
3D 24Hz Display
Sync Delay
Sync Reference
Advanced
Control Panel Lock
Security Lock
ID Control Enable
Control ID Number
Menu Position
Installation
Projection Mode
High Altitude
Standby Mode
Remote Sensor
Network
Lens Setting
Auto-Front
Desktop Front
Desktop Rear
Ceiling Front
Ceiling Rear
Sea Level
A1 (4000ft/1219m)
A2 (8000ft//2438m)
Network Standby
Eco
Front/Rear
Front
Rear
HDBaseT
Off
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS
DHCP
Apply
Mac Address
Lens Lock
Lens Control
Lens Type
Center Lens
Keystone
Corner Adjustment
Lens Memory
H Keystone
V Keystone
Reset
Top Left Corner
Top Right Corner
Bottom Left Corner
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Normal
Reverse
96Hz
144Hz
Internal
External
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Top Left
Top Right
Bottom Left
Bottom Right
Center
On/Off
Off
On
Zoom
Focus
Lens Shift
Non-UST Lens
UST Lens
Yes
No
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Submenu
Advanced
Bottom Right Corner
RS-232
Baud Rate
Chanel
Auto Power Off
Auto Power On
Message Box
Screen Format
H/V Alignment
SERVICE
Model
Serial Number
Software Version
Control / Remote ID
Source Information
Usage Time
X/X
Active Source
Pixel Clock
Signal Format
H/V Refresh Rate
Sync Type
Sync Polarity
Scan Type
Laser Time
Power On Time
Factory Reset
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16:9
4:3
H Zoom
V Zoom
H Shift
V Shift
Reset
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Picture Mode
Use ◄ or ► buttons to select a set of preset picture mode
High Bright: The highest brightness output mode is suitable for the occasion where high brightness is needed.
Presentation: The best image effect is suitable for the presentation or picture.
Video: The best color mode is suitable for play of the video.
Brightness
Use ◄ or ►buttons to increase or decrease the brightness of the image.
Contrast
Use ◄ or ► buttons to adjust the contrast of the projected image.
Saturation
Use ◄ or ► buttons to adjust the saturation level of the color (the higher the level, the higher the saturation.
Hue
Use ◄ or ► buttons to adjust the level of hue for reproduction of the true color.
Hue
Main Color
R
Magenta
Yellow
G
Yellow
Cyan
B
Cyan
Magenta
C
Green
Blue
M
Blue
Red
Y
Red
Green
Sharpness
Use ◄ or ► buttons to adjust the sharpness. The purpose of this adjustment is to change the value of the high-frequency
detail.
Noise Reduction
Use ◄ or ► buttons to adjust the noise of the projected image. This function is suitable for removing the noise of the
image in interlaced scanning input. Generally, noise reduction can lower the value of the high-frequency detail and make
the image softer.
Color Temperature
Use ◄ or ► buttons to adjust the color temperature of the projected image, the option can be 5400K, 6500K, 7500K,
9300K and Native.
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Gamma
When the ambient light is too bright and may affect the display of the details in the darker area of the image, you can
select from the following gamma options to adjust the chrominance of the image, the selectable options are 1.0, 1.8, 2.0,
2.2, 2.35, 2.5, S-Curve and DICOM.
Note for DICOM:

The DICOM option under this function can be used to enhance gray scale level for viewing
grayscale medical images, such as X-rays for training and educational purposes.

The projector is not a medical equipment and cannot be used for medical diagnosis
Advanced
Input Balance
There are two options to fine tune Red, Green and Blue color
Offset: These three options will shift the color spectrum for the whole image and change its brightness, if minimal
amount of red, green or blue appears in the gray areas, you can adjust the offset of the corresponding color
accordingly. By increasing the offset, the image brightness will become lower.
Gain: These three options are used to increase or decrease the range of color input for the entire image.
If minimal amount of red, green or blue appears in the gray areas, lower the gain of the corresponding color
accordingly. As gain increases, the contrast of the image will become lower.
HSG
HSG is a function to adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain independently, it allows for specified color adjustments that are more
intuitive. You can adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain for Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and white independently.
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OSD Operation - SIGNAL
Input Selection
This function is same as the shortcut key on the remote control. You can use the remote control or this function to select
the correct input source.
HDMI
Select the input source from the HDMI.
DisplayPort
Select the input source from the DisplayPort.
DVI-D
Select the input source from the DVI-D.
VGA
Select the input source from the VGA.
Component / BNC
Select the Input source from the BNC. The input source can be RGBHV or Component signal from computer or
component video enabled device.
HDBaseT
Select the input source from the HDBaseT.
EDID Mode
Sometimes the projector may not display the desired timing due to the compatibility of the device; you can use this
function to select the desired timing for projection. The preferred timings are listed by input source, you can use ▲ or ▼
buttons to select preferred timing for projection or select the timing automatically by setting it to Default.
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Auto Search
Use the ◄ or ► buttons to turn on/off Auto Search for the input source.
Color Space
This function allows you to change the corresponding color space for the input signal. In most cases, the correct color
space can be selected automatically by Auto mode. If the selection is not correct, you can use a specific color space
forcibly by selecting one of the following options:
Auto: The projector detects the input signal and switches to the corresponding color space automatically.
YPbPr: Set the color space to ITU-R BT.601.
YCbCr: Set the color space to ITU-R BT.709.
RGB-PC: Use the RGB color space and set the black to 0, 0, 0 RGB while set the white to 255, 255, 255 RGB (if an
8-bit image is used).
RGB Video: Use the RGB color space and set the black to 16, 16, and 16 RGB while set the white to 235, 235, 235 (if
an 8-bit image is used) to correspond to the luminance value defined in the digital component standard.
Aspect Ratio
This function allows the user to adjust the aspect ratio of the image.
Overscan
Noise may appear on the edge of the projected image, use this function to select Crop to hide the edge of the image or Off
to display the original image.
Background
Use this function to specify the image to be displayed on the screen when no signal is input. You can select the Logo, Blue
or Black.
Test Pattern
The built-in image is provided for installation and adjustment. You can select Test Pattern on OSD or the TEST PATTERN
button on the remote control to display the test pattern menu, use ◄► or ▲▼ to select desired test pattern.
VGA Setup
Set the H Total, H Start, H Phase and V Start for the VGA signal display.
Auto Sync
You can use this function to set auto synchronization for the input signal.
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OSD Operation - SETUP
Language
Select the OSD Menu language. English, French, Spanish, Deutsch, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional,
Japanese and Korean.
Light Power
There are three options under Light Power for adjusting or fine turning the light power to set the desired brightness output.
Laser Mode: Use the ◄ or ► buttons to select the Eco, Normal or Custom Power Level mode.
Eco: Projector operates in the energy-saving mode, which is equivalent to 80 % power of light source.
Normal: Projector operating with normal light power can obtain the brightest projection display.
Custom Power Level: User can enable the custom power level mode.
Custom Power Level: Select this function and use the ◄ or ► buttons to adjust light power to between 100% and 35%.
Note: this function is enabled only when Laser Mode is set to the Custom Power Level.
Constant Brightness: Select On to enable this function. A built-in light sensor inside the projector monitors the level of
light so that when a reduction in light is detected, the sensor will regulate dynamically the electricity power to increase the
light output to your pre-defined brightness level, and thus maintaining a constant level of brightness.
To enable this function, first in the SETUP -> Light Power -> Laser Mode, enable the Customer Power Level. Second, in
the SETUP -> Light Power -> Custom Power Level, select a value under 100%. Then turn the Constant Brightness
function to On to enable it.
Note:
 This function is only enabled when the Customer Power Level is set at less than 100%. The reduced
power percentage will be used to later regulate the brightness when the Constant Brightness function is
enabled.
Startup Logo
Use the ◄ or ► buttons to turn on/off the Startup Logo.
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Digital Alignment
Select this function to enlarge the projected image.
Digital Zoom: Use ◄ or ► buttons to enlarge the projected image.
Digital Pan: Use ◄ or ► buttons to move the projected image horizontally. This function is only available when the
projected image is enlarged.
Digital Scan: Use ◄ or ► buttons to move the projected image vertically. This function is only available when the
projected image is enlarged.
Reset: Set the Digital Alignment back to the factory default value.
Trigger 1, 2
The projector is provided with a set of trigger output. User can connect the trigger to the screen with projector by the cable.
If user does so, once the projector is powered, the screen would be automatically turned on as well. There is a 2-3 second
delay to activate this function.
Dynamic Black
This is function can be used to enhance the black level of the projected image, set it to on to active the dynamic black
shutter, otherwise, set it to off to disable it.
3D
3D Format: Select this option and press the Enter button to enable 3D replay and set 3D option.
Off: Turn off the 3D Display Mode. When Auto, Side by Side, Top/Bottom or Frame Sequential is selected, the 3D
mode will be turned on. To turn off the 3D Mode, select "Off" and press the Enter button.
Auto: Enable the 3D format to automatically detect the formats of Side by Side, Top/Bottom and Frame
Sequential. This function may only be enabled for the input signal below
- The input signal is HDMI 1.4 3D.
- The HDMI 1.4 3D signal connects to the projector through HDBaseT transmitter.
Side by Side: Manually switch the 3D Format to Side by Side. This option is only applicable to the HDMI input
signal or the signal through a HDBaseT transmitter
Top/Bottom: Manually switch the 3D Format to Top/Bottom. This option is only applicable to the HDMI input
signal or the aforementioned signal sent through the HDBaseT transmitter.
Frame Sequential: Set the format to Frame Sequential.
DLP Link: Set to activate or deactivate the DLP Link sync signal.
Eye Swap: If the 3D imaged viewed through the 3D glasses for the left and right eyes are inverse, set the Eye Swap to
"Reverse". If the images are normal, keep the current.
3D 24Hz Display: Set the 3D 24Hz image frame rate to 144fps or 96fps, this option is only applicable when the input
signal is 24Hz.
Sync Delay: Manually switch the Dark time for glasses tolerance.
Sync Reference: The projector provides DLP Link and 3D IR sync for 3D display; you can specify the built-in DLP Link
or external 3D IR transmitter to synchronize the signal of the 3D glasses. This function is only applied to the condition
that 3D Format is Frame Sequential or external 3D sync device is connected to the projector.
External: Signal is sent from external 3D sync signal receiver.
Internal: Signal is sent by the projector, 3D sync signal is DLP Link.
 The projector provides DLP Link and 3D IR sync. After the 3D Mode is enabled, the built-in DLP Link
or external 3D IR transmitter can be used to synchronize the signal of the 3D glasses. Or, you may
turn off the DLP Link sync signal and only select the external 3D IR transmitter to synchronize the 3D
signal.
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Caution
The people listed below shall be aware when watching 3D images:
 Children under six years in age.
 People who are allergic to light, unhealthy and have the history of cardiovascular.
 People who are tired or lack of sleep.
 People who are under the impact of drug or alcohol.
 Normally, it's safe to watch 3D images. However, some people might feel uncomfortable. Refer to the
guidelines revised and released by the 3D League on December 10, 2008.
 People need to take a break for at least 5 to 15 minutes every thirty minutes or one hour.
Advance
Control Panel Lock
This function allows you to lock control panel on the projector. Set it to On to lock the control panel, otherwise, set it to Off
to unlock the control panel.
Security Lock
The projector has a built-in security feature to lock the OSD control panels and deny remote control operation for
preventing the unauthorized use of the Projector. To lock the projector, please select the option to On and define a
password followed the popup window.
ID Control Enable
This option allows you to enable the projector ID control function. You can turn on this function and give an ID number for
the projector, then set the same ID number for the remote control to match the projector ID. After ID code is set, you can
control the specified projector by the remote control.
Control ID Number
Select the option then press ◄ or ► to set the ID number of the projector, this option is selectable when Projector ID
Control is enabled.
Menu Position
Adjust menu position through this function, the available position options as below.
Top-Left
Top-Right
Center
Bottom-Left
Bottom-Right
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OSD Operation - INSTALLATION
Projection Mode
Use the ◄ or ► buttons to select a projection mode to change the direction of the image. The selectable options are as
follow:
Auto-Front: Turn on the orientation sensor to change automatically the direction of the image.
Desktop Front: Install the projector on the desktop and project the image forward.
Desktop Rear: Install the projector on the desktop and project the image from the rear of the screen.
Ceiling Front: Mount the projector on the ceiling and project the image forward.
Ceiling Rear: Mount the projector on the ceiling and project the image from the rear of the screen.
High Altitude
Use this function when using the projector above an altitude of 1,219 m. The cooling fan needs to be regulated to a higher
speed for better cooling in a high altitude environment. The selectable options are as follow:
Sea Level: When using the projector under 4000ft (1219m).
A1 (4000ft/1219m): When using the projector between 4000ft (1219m) to 8000ft (2438m)..
A2 (8000ft/2438m): When using the projector above 8000ft (2438m).
Standby Mode
Use the ◄ or ► buttons to set up Standby Mode.
Network Standby: The projector maintains in the standby status at higher power (<3W) for network control. In this
mode, the projector can be turned on via network control system.
Eco: The projector maintains in the standby status at the lowest power (<0.5W), the projector can be turned on using
the remote control, RS-232 command.
Remote Sensor
This function allows you to setup the IR control signal receiving from which receiver of the projector.
Front / rear: Both front IR and rear IR receiver are turned on.
Front: Turn on front IR receiver only; rear IR receiver is turned off.
Rear: Turn on rear IR receiver only; front IR receiver is turned off.
HDBaseT: Select HDBaseT input for IR control signal transmitting if the optional HDBaseT transmitter is capable of IR
signal receiving and transmitting. Both front IR receiver and back IR receiver are turned off if the option is selected.
Off: Turn off all of receivers.
 All of IR signal receiving is disabled when the option is selected to Off, the projector can be operated
by control buttons on the projector and RS-232 command only.
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Network
Use this function to set up network configurations so that you can control the projector via the network. Press▲or and
Enter button to select the option:
IP Address: To specify an IP address.
Press the Enter button to show the IP address input window, use the ◄ or ► button to select the number in the
address to be changed, ▲ or ▼ button to increase or decrease the number in the IP address.
Subnet: Set the subnet, the input method is same as the IP address.
Gateway: Set the gateway, the input method is same as the IP address.
DNS: Set the DNS, the input method is same as the IP address
DHCP: Set DHCP to ON/OFF. When DHCP is set to ON, the DHCP server of the domain will assign an IP address to
the projector. The IP address will appear in the IP address window and you don't need to make any input. Otherwise,
the domain does not or cannot assign any IP address, and 0. 0. 0. 0 is shown on the IP address window.
Apply: Select this button and press Enter. It takes the projector several seconds to execute the change of the network
setting till the following message disappears.
MAC Address: Display Mac address of the projector.
For more information about the network control connection and setting, refer to Remote Communication Guide

Any change you made is restored in the projector after Apply option is confirmed.
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Lens Setting
Lens Lock
This function can be used to disable lens control for preventing unauthorized operation or disoperation in lens control
related functions including Lens Shift, Zoom/Focus adjustment and Center Lens. Recommend to turn on Lens Lock
function to disable the Lens control after lens adjustment is done
 Turning on Lens Lock will disable lens control function including Lens Shift, Center Lens and
Zoom/Focus adjustment, please make sure Lens Lock is disable before you perform the lens control
function.
Lens Control
Select this function to display Lens Control menu for adjustment of Zoom, Focus, or Shift. You can use the ENTER button
to switch the Zoom / Focus or Shift menu. Use ▲or▼ to adjust zoom and vertical shift of the lens, or use ◄ ► to adjust
focus and horizontal shift of the lens.
Lens Type
There are eight projection lenses can be used in DU6771; the initial projection position of Ultra Short Throw (UST) Lens is
different to other seven projection lenses. The projector preset two initial projection positions for Ultra Short Throw lens
and the others accordingly, Center Lens function can moves the lens to the initial position (center) automatically according
Lens Type setting. Please set this option to UST Lens if Ultra Short Throw Lens is installed in the projector, otherwise
please set it to Non-UST Lens.
 There are two default positions, one is for regular zoom or fixed focus lens (Non-UST), the reference
position is 0% of image width in horizontal shift and 0% of the image height in vertical shift; anther one is
for Ultra Short Throw Lens (UST), the default position is around 0% of image width in horizontal shift
and 56% of image height in vertical shift. When performing Center Lens functions, projector will move
the lens to the default position according to Lens Type setting.
 If Ultra Short Throw Lens is installed and UST Lens is selected, you can perform Center Lens to move
Lens to initial projection position automatically.
 If using Ultra Short Throw Lens and setting to Non-UST Lens, the lens will be moved to the position which
is lower than the default position of Ultra Short Throw Lens after performing Center Lens function, it
causes the projected image is blocked by the top cover of the projector. In this case, please perform the
Lens shift function to move up the Lens till the image can be projected normally.
 please make sure Lens Type setting is set to Non-UST Lens then perform Center Lens function if
other zoom lens or fixed focus lens is used, or lens shift range is limited, center position of the lens is
not correct.
Center Lens
This is the lens calibration function, the projector calibrates the lens shift, focus and zoom parameters for the precise lens
memory function. After performing this function, the lens will be moved to the corresponding center position by Lens Type
setting.
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 There are two default center positions for UST (Ultra Short Throw) Lens and non-UST Lens, make
sure Lens Type setting is correct before performing this function.
 If Ultra Short Throw Lens is installed, make sure the support kit is detached before performing Center
Lens.
Lens Memory
This projector supports Lens Memory function, Lens shift, Zoom and Focus memory can be stored in the projector up to
10 sets. You can load the stored memory setting to set up the lens automatically, and give a name for the memory set by
keyboard simulator as below figure.
Load Memory: Use▲or▼ to select the desired memory setting then press ENTER button to execute the lens setting, the
projector will adjust the Lens position, Zoom and Focus automatically.
Save Memory: Use ▲or▼ to select the memory set for storing the setting then press ENTER button to confirm.
Clear Memory: Select the memory set to be cleared then press ENTER button to confirm clearing memory set.
Keystone
When the image is projected toward the screen at angle, the image becomes distorted trapezoid; this function can be
used to correct the distortion.
H Keystone: Use ◄► to correct the distortion in horizontal direction.
V Keystone: Use ◄► to correct the distortion in vertical direction.
Reset: Reset H and V keystone to default settings.
Refer to the section” Correcting Keystone Distortion”
Corner Adjustment
Keystone adjust the four corners followed specified ratio at the same time, this function allows you to adjust the individual
corner in horizontal or vertical direction as below illustration
Refer to the section “Correcting Distortion at the Corner”
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RS232
Baud Rate: Set the transmission rate to 38400, 19200, 9600. The setting of the transmission rate is dependent on the
length of the RS-232 cable. Low transmission rate is usually set for which transmission distance is long; please select
a suitable transmission rate.
Channel: The RS232 control command can be sent to the projector through its RS-232 port, the command can also be
sent to the projector through the external HDBaseT transmitter to HDBaseT/LAN terminal of the projector. Set the
following communication channels before sending the control command
Local: The RS-232 control command is sent through the RS-232 port on the projector. Select an appropriate
transmission rate.
HDBaseT: Transmission is conducted from the external HDBaseT transmitter to the RJ-45 port on the projector. The
transmission rate is switched to 9600.
Auto Power Off
This function is set to OFF by default. When it is set to ON and no input signal is received within 20 minutes, the projector
will turn off automatically.
Auto Power On
This function is set to OFF by default. When it is set to ON, the projector will turn on automatically when y AC power is
turned on next time. You can use this function and the power switch (instead of the remote control) to turn on the projector.
Set this function to OFF if it’s unnecessary.
Message Box
This function allows you to disable the pop-up message at bottom-right of the screen or any reminding message.
Set this option off to disable the message on the screen except of OSD menu.
Screen Format
This function allow you to resize the projected image for fitting the projection screen, the selectable screen format is 16:10,
16:9, 4:3. The projected image is scaled down if the option is set to 16:9 or 4:3, the image can be moved a little bit for
fitting screen by Screen Shift function.
Screen Shift
This function allows you to adjust projected image position if screen format is not set to native aspect ratio. For example,
native aspect ratio of the projector is 16:10, the image can be moved up or down if Screen Format is set to 16:9; the
project ted image can be moved left or right if Screen Format is set to 4:3. The option can’t be selected if screen format is
set to native aspect ratio of the product.
H/V Alignment
H Zoom: Use ◄► to narrow the horizontal size of the projected image.
V Zoom: Use ◄► to narrow the vertical size of the projected image.
H Shift: Use ◄► to move the narrowed projected image horizontally. This function is only available when the
projected image is narrowed.
V Shift: Use ◄► to move the narrowed projected image vertically. This function is only available when the projected
image is narrowed.
Reset: Set the H/V Alignment back to the factory default value.
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OSD Operation - SERVICE
Model
Display the projector model name.
Serial Number
Display the serial number of the projector.
Software Version
Display the software version in the projector.
Control/Remote ID
Display current projector ID and remote control ID
Source Information
Display the current input source information.
Usage Time
Display current projector time of the projector
Laser Time: Display current lamp usage.
Power On Time: Display the total Power-On time of the projector.
Factory Reset
The user can use this function to reset all the settings to factory default.
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Product Specification
Display Type
Brightness
Native Resolution
Maximum Resolution
Contrast Ratio
Illumination Type
Throw Ratio*
Image Size (Diagonal)*
Projection Distance*
Projection Lens*
Zoom Ratio*
Aspect Ratio
Offset
Keystone Correction
Horizontal Frequency
Vertical Scan Rate
3D Functionality
Adjustable
Lens Shift Range
I/O Connection Ports
Projection Method
Security Solutions
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Weight
Available Colours
Noise Level
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Operation Condition
Storage Condition
Standard Accessories
Optional Accessories
Single Chip 0.67" DLP Technology
7,000 ANSI Lumens
WUXGA (1920 x 1200)
WUXGA (1920 x 1200)@60Hz (Reduced Blanking)
100,000:1 (Full On/Full Off)
Laser Phosphor
1.73 - 2.27:1
40" - 500"
1.45 - 24.85m (4.77ft to 81.52ft)
F = 1.7 - 1.9, f = 26 - 34mm
1.3x
16:10
Motorized Lens Shift
Horizontal ±60°, Vertical ±40° (adjustable range of single direction)
15, 30 – 90Hz
50 - 85Hz
Yes (DLP® Link™, HDMI v1.4 (Blu-ray, side by side, frame packing, top and bottom))
Vertical: -33% to +64%, Horizontal: -14% to 24%
HDMI v1.4a, DVI-D, DisplayPort, Component (5 BNC), VGA-In, RS-232, VGA-Out,
3D-Sync In/Out, 12v Trigger1/2, Wired Remote, HDBaseT™/LAN (Shared), Service
Port
Table Top, Ceiling Mount (Front or Rear), Free-tilt , Portrait
Kensington® Security Slot, Security Bar, Anti-Theft Lens Screw
500 x 580 x 205mm (19.7” x 22.8" x 8.1")
27kg (59.5lbs)
White (DU6693Z-WH), Black (DU6693Z-BK)
32dB (Normal Mode)
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Normal Mode
625W@100Vac, 600W@240Vac
Standby Power On
Less than 3W
Standby Power Off (Eco)
Less than 0.5W
At temperature 0°C to 40°C°, relative humidity 10% to 85%,non-condensation
At temperature -10°C to 60°C, relative humidity 5% to 95%,non-condensation
AC Power Cord, Remote Control w/Batteries, Lens Cap, Anti-Theft Lens Screw,
Documentation Kit
Interchangeable Lens Options
*Note: Standard Lens
**Note: Lens shift compatibility with all lenses except D88-WF18501 Wide Fixed Lens (3797745100-SVK) and D88-UST01B
Ultra-Short Throw Lens (3797866500-SVK)
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Supported Signal Input Timing
Signal
Format
Resolution
H.Frec, Frame
Pixel Clock
(KHz)
(MHz)
Rate
VGA
COMPONENT / BNC
HDMI /DisplayPort/DVI-D
HDBaseT
(Hz)
RGBHV
RGBHV
Component
RGB
YUV (Bit)
8
PC
640x480
31.47
59.94
25.18
O
O
O
640x480
37.50
75.00
31.50
O
O
O
640x480
43.27
85.00
36.00
O
O
O
800x600
37.88
60.32
40.00
O
O
O
800x600
46.88
75.00
49.50
O
O
O
800x600
53.67
85.06
56.25
O
O
O
848x480
23.67
47.95
25.00
O
O
O
848x480
31.02
60.00
33.75
O
O
O
1024*768
48.36
60.00
65.00
O
O
O
1024*768
56.48
70.07
75.00
O
O
O
1024*768
60.02
75.00
78.75
O
O
O
1024*768
68.68
85.00
94.50
O
O
O
1152x864
67.50
75.00
108.00
O
O
O
1280x720
35.53
47.95
57.99
O
O
O
1280 x 768
47.78
60.00
79.50
O
O
O
1280 x 768
60.29
74.89
102.25
O
O
O
1280 x 768
68.63
84.84
117.50
O
O
O
1280 x 800
49.70
60.00
83.50
O
O
O
1280 x 800
62.80
74.93
106.50
O
O
O
1280 x 960
60.00
60.00
108.00
O
O
O
1280 x 960
85.94
85.00
148.50
O
O
O
1280x1024
63.98
60.02
108.00
O
O
O
1280x1024
79.98
75.02
135.00
O
O
O
1280x1024
91.15
85.02
157.50
O
O
O
1366 x 768
47.71
60.00
85.50
O
O
O
1400X1050
65.32
60.00
121.75
O
O
O
1400X1050
82.28
74.87
156.00
O
O
O
1440 x 900
55.94
59.89
106.50
O
O
O
1440 x 900
70.64
74.98
136.75
O
O
O
1600x900
55.92
60.00
119.00
O
O
O
1600x1200
75.00
60.00
162.00
O
O
O
1680x1050
65.29
60.00
146.25
O
O
O
1920x1080
53.23
47.95
135.40
O
O
O
1920x1200 RB
74.04
60.00
154.00
O
O
O
800x600
76.30
119.97
73.25
O
800x600
77.11
119.92
83.89
O
1024x768 RB
97.55
120.00
115.50
O
1024x768
98.62
119.83
138.86
O
1280x768 RB
97.40
119.80
140.25
O
1280x720
1280x800 RB
90.00
120.00
148.50
O
101.56
119.91
146.25
O
Apple
640x480
35.00
66.67
30.24
O
O
O
Mac
832x624
49.72
74.55
57.28
O
O
O
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Format
Resolution
H.Frec, Frame
Pixel Clock
(KHz)
(MHz)
Rate
EDTV
HDTV
COMPONENT / BNC
HDMI /DisplayPort/DVI-D
HDBaseT
(Hz)
SDTV
VGA
RGBHV
RGBHV
Component
RGB
YUV (Bit)
8
10
12
1024x768
60.24
74.93
80.00
O
O
O
1152x870
68.86
75.06
100.00
O
O
O
480i
15.73
59.94
13.50
1440x480i
31.47
60.00
27.00
O
O
O
O
1440x576i
31.25
50.00
27.00
O
O
O
O
576i
15.63
50.00
13.50
480p
31.47
59.94
27.00
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
576p
31.25
50.00
27.00
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1035i
33.75
60.00
74.25
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080i
28.13
50.00
74.25
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080i
33.72
59.94
74.18
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080i
33.75
60.00
74.25
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
720p
37.50
50.00
74.25
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
720p
44.96
59.94
74.18
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
720p
45.00
60.00
74.25
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080p
26.97
23.98
74.18
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080p
27.00
24.00
74.25
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080p
28.13
25.00
74.25
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080p
33.72
29.97
74.18
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080p
33.75
30.00
74.25
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080p
56.25
50.00
148.50
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080p
67.43
59.94
148.35
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
1080p
67.50
60.00
148.50
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
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Supported 3D Signal
3D Format
Resolution
V-Freq (Hz)
V-Total
H-Freq (kHz)
HDMI
720p50
Frame Packing
1280x720
50.00
1470
37.50
O
720p59
Frame Packing
1280x720
59.94
1470
44.96
O
720p60
Frame Packing
1280x720
60.00
1470
45.00
O
720p50
Top-and-Bottom
1280x720
50.00
750
37.50
O
720p59
Top-and-Bottom
1280x720
59.94
750
44.96
O
720p60
Top-and-Bottom
1280x720
60.00
750
45.00
O
1080p23
Frame Packing
1920x1080
23.98
2205
26.97
O
1080p24
Frame Packing
1920x1080
24.00
2205
27.00
O
1080i50
Side-by-Side (Half) 1920x1080
50.00
1125
56.25
O
1080i59
Side-by-Side (Half) 1920x1080
59.94
1125
67.43
O
1080i60
Side-by-Side (Half) 1920x1080
60.00
1125
67.50
O
1080p50
Side-by-Side (Half) 1920x1080
50.00
1125
56.25
O
1080p59
Side-by-Side (Half) 1920x1080
59.94
1125
67.43
O
1080p60
Side-by-Side (Half) 1920x1080
60.00
1125
67.50
O
1080p50
Top-and-Bottom
1920x1080
50.00
1125
56.25
O
1080p59
Top-and-Bottom
1920x1080
59.94
1125
67.43
O
1080p60
Top-and-Bottom
1920x1080
60.00
1125
67.50
O
1080p50
Frame Sequential
1920x1080
50.00
1125
56.25
O
1080p59
Frame Sequential
1920x1080
59.94
1125
67.43
O
1080p60
Frame Sequential
1920x1080
60.00
1125
67.50
O
*3D Glasses Refreshing Rate: 96/100/120Hz, the output frame rate is up to 96Hz if input frame rate is 24Hz.
*3D Sync signal: DLP Link, IR
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Configurations of Terminals
DVI-D Terminal
VGA Terminal ( D-sub 15 pin)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
T.M.D.S. Data 2- Input
T.M.D.S. Data 2+ Input
Ground
N.C
N.C
SCL
SDA
N.C
T.M.D.S. Data 1- Input
T.M.D.S. Data 1+ Input
Ground
N.C
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
N.C
P5V
Ground
HPD
T.M.D.S. Data 0- Input
T.M.D.S. Data 0+ Input
Ground
N.C
N.C
Ground
T.M.D.S. Clock+ Input
T.M.D.S. Clock- Input
T.M.D.S. Data 2+ Input
Ground
T.M.D.S. Data 2- Input
T.M.D.S. Data 1+ Input
Ground
T.M.D.S. Data 1- Input
T.M.D.S. Data 0+ Input
Ground
T.M.D.S. Data 0- Input
T.M.D.S. Clock C+
Input
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Ground
T.M.D.S. Clock C- Input
CEC
N.C
SCL
SDA
Ground
P5V
HPD
Screen Trigger
1
2
3
Tip
SleeveRing
P5V
GND
GND
VGA_SDA
H-Sync
V-Sync
VGA_SCL
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Serial
N.C
RXD
TXD
N.C
Ground
N.C
Short with pin8
Short with pin7
N.C
Wired Remote
VCC(12V)
Ground
Signal
1
2
3
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Serial Control Terminal (RS-232, D-sub 9 pin)
HDMI(19 pin Type A)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Input
1 Red Input
2 Green Input
3 Blue Input
4 N.C
5 N.C
6 GND
7 GND
8 GND
Tip
SleeveRing
VCC(3.3V)
Ground
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HDBaseT/LAN Terminal (RJ-45)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TX+
TXTXC
Ground
Ground
RXC
RX+
RX-
1
2
Signal
Ground
Service (USB Type B)
1
2
3
4
VCC
DD+
Ground
DU6693Z Lens Series
Eight types of optional electric lenses are available for the projector as below table. Contact the authorized dealer of
Vivitek for details.
Part Number
Lens Name
F Number
Focal Length
Zoom Ratio
Screen Size
Throw Ratio
D88-UST01B
Ultra Short Throw
2.0
5.64mm
---
100”-350”
0.377:1
D88-UWZ01
Ultra Wide Zoom
1.96-2.3
11.3-14.1mm
1.25:1
40"-500"
0.75-0.93:1
D88-WF18501
Wide Fix
1.85
11.6mm
---
40"-500"
0.76:1
D88-WZ01
Wide Zoom
1.85-2.5
18.7-26.5mm
1.41:1
40"-500"
1.25-1.79:1
D88-ST001
Standard Lens
1.7-1.9
26-34mm
1.3:1
40"-500"
1.73-2.27:1
D88-SMLZ01
Semi Long Zoom
1.86-2.48
32.9-54.2mm
1.65:1
40"-500"
2.22-3.67:1
D88-LOZ101
Long Zoom 1
1.85-2.41
52.8-79.1mm
1.5:1
40"-500"
3.58-5.38-1
D88-LOZ201
Long Zoom 2
1.85-2.48
78.5-121.9mm
1.55:1
40"-500"
5.31-8.26:1


The best performance of above zoom lenses is within vertical shift 0-50%, horizontal shift ±10%, the projector may
support to wider adjustable shift range for flexibility in installation.
D88-WF18501 and D88-UST01B are fixed lens, the vertical and horizontal shift range of the projection lens are 0%, the
corners of the projected image may appear shadows or distortion if lens is shifted horizontally or vertically.
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LED Indication
Several indicators messages are used to display the current projector status or alert the abnormal message.
Power LED
LED Display
Projector status
Off
AC Power is turned off
Flashing
On
Procedure
Green
Projector is turning on.
wait till projector start displaying
Orange
Projector is under cooling
wait until cooling finish ( ~ 120 sec)
Red
Standby mode
Green
Projector is on
Status LED
LED Display
Projector status
Off
Normal status
Flashing
On
Red (Cycles of 1)
Cover is opened.
Red (Cycles of 4)
Cooling fan error
Red
System Error
Procedure
Check if the top cabinet is installed properly.
Contact with your nearest authorized dealer or service
center.
Contact with your nearest authorized dealer or service
center.
Light Source LED
LED Display
Off
Flashing
On
Projector status
Procedure
Light source is off
Green
Projector is turning on.
Red (Cycles of 6)
Light source lit fail
Red
Light source is end-of-life
Green
Light source is on
Contact with your nearest authorized dealer or service
center.
Contact with your nearest authorized dealer or service
center.
Temp LED
LED Display
Projector status
Off
Normal status
Flashing
Red
Procedure
Contact with your nearest authorized dealer or service
center.
Over temperature error
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Common Problems and Solutions
These guidelines provide tips to deal with problems you may encounter while using the projector. If the problem
remains unsolved, contact your dealer for assistance.
Often the problem is something as simple as a loose connection. Check the following before proceeding to the
problem-specific solutions.
 Use some other electrical device to confirm that the electrical outlet is working.
 Ensure the projector is turned on.
 Ensure all connections are securely attached.
 Ensure the attached device is turned on.
 Ensure a connected PC is not in suspending mode.
 Ensure a connected notebook computer is configured for an external display. (This is usually done by pressing
an Fn-key combination on the notebook.)
Tips for Troubleshooting
 In each problem-specific section, try the steps in the order suggested. This may help you to solve the problem
more quickly.
 Try to pinpoint the problem to avoid replacing non-defective parts.
 For example, if you replace batteries and the problem remains, put the original batteries back and go to the next
step.
 Keep a record of the steps you take when troubleshooting: The information may be useful when calling for
technical support or for passing on to service personnel.
Image Problems
Problem: No image appears on the screen
1. Verify the settings on your notebook or desktop PC.
2. Turn off all equipment and power up again in the correct order.
3. Check if shutter is enabled.
Problem: The image is blurred
1. Adjust the Focus on the projector.
3. Performance Auto Sync on the remote control or projector.
4. Ensure the projection distance is within the specified range.
5. Check that if the projection lens is clean.
Problem: The image is wider at the top or bottom (trapezoid effect)
1. Position the projector so it is as perpendicular to the screen as possible.
2. Use the Keystone function to correct the problem.
Problem: The image is reversed or upside down
Check the Projection Mode setting on the INSTALLATION->Projection Mode menu.
Problem: The image is streaked
1. Set the Total dots (H Total) and VGA Setup settings on the INPUT menu of the OSD to the default settings.
2. To ensure the problem is not caused by a connected PC’s video card, connect to another computer.
Problem: The image is flat with no contrast
1. Adjust the Contrast setting on the PICTURE menu of the OSD.
2. Adjust the Brightness setting on the PICTURE menu of the OSD.
Problem: The color of the projected image does not match the source image.
Adjust the Color temperature and Gamma settings on the PICTURE menu of the OSD.
Projection Problems
Problem: There is no light from the projector
1. Check that the power cable is securely connected.
2. Ensure the power source is good by testing with another electrical device.
3. Restart the projector in the correct order and check that the Power LED is green.
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4. Check if Blank or Shutter function is enabled
Remote Control Problems
Problem: The projector does not respond to the remote control.
1. Direct the remote control towards remote sensor on the projector.
2. Ensure the path between remote and sensor is not obstructed.
3. Check the remote sensor on OSD is turned on.
4. Ensure remote control wire is not plugged in the projector.
5. Turn off any fluorescent lights in the room.
6. Check the battery polarity.
7. Replace the batteries.
8. Turn off other Infrared-enabled devices in the vicinity.
9. Have the remote control serviced.
10. Ensure that the remote control code conforms to the projector's code if universal remote control is used.
11. Check if Projector ID control is enabled and the ID number is correct.
Projection Lens Problems
Problem: The Zoom or Focus adjustment cannot work.
1. Check if the lens is installed properly, improper lens installation may cause to lens cannot work normally.
Please follow the lens installation procedure to check again.
2. Check if Lens Lock function is enabled, locking the lens will disable all of lens adjustment functions.
3. Perform Center Lens function to calibrate the Lens again.
4. Replace the other lens to check the problem if the lens is available.
5. Contact with service center for the details.
Remote communication Problems
Problem: The projector does not respond to Ethernet control
1. Make sure Network Standby is turned on, the communication path is interrupted if it’s turned off(less 0.5W)
2. Check the network configuration in your laptop and projector; refer to Remote Communication manual for more
information.
Having the Projector Serviced
If you are unable to solve the problem, you should have the projector serviced. Pack the projector in the original
carton. Include a description of the problem and a checklist of the steps you took when trying to fix the problem. The
information may be useful to the service personnel.
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