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Disclaimer
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied
warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. The manufacturer reserves the right to
revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation of
the manufacturer to notify any person of such revision or changes.
Trademark Recognition
Kensington is a U.S. registered trademark of ACCO Brand Corporation with issued registrations and pending applications in other countries throughout the world.
All other product names used in this manual are the properties of their respective owners and are acknowledged.
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Important Safety Information
®
Congratulations on purchasing the Vivitek DLP projector!
Important:
It is strongly recommended that you read this section carefully before using the projector. These
safety and usage instructions will ensure that you enjoy many years of safe use of the projector.
Keep this manual for future reference.
Symbols Used
Warning symbols are used on the unit and in this manual to alert you of hazardous situations.
The following styles are used in this manual to alert you to important information.
Note:
Provides additional information on the topic at hand.
Important:
Provides additional information that should not be overlooked.
Caution:
Alerts you to situations that may damage the unit.
Warning:
Alerts you to situations that may damage the unit, create a hazardous environment, or cause personal injury.
Throughout this manual, component parts and items in the OSD menus are denoted in bold font as in this
example:
“Push the Menu button on the remote control to open the Main menu.”
Remote Control
Some remote controls have a laser for pointing out items on a screen.
DANGER: Do not point the laser in the eyes. Doing so can damage the eyes permanently.
General Safety Information

Do not open the unit case. Aside from the projection lamp, there are no user-serviceable parts in
the unit. For servicing, contact qualified service personnel.

Follow all warnings and cautions in this manual and on the unit case.

The projection lamp is extremely bright by design. To avoid damage to eyes, do not look into the
lens when the lamp is on.

Do not place the unit on an unstable surface, cart, or stand.

Avoid using the system near water, in direct sunlight, or near a heating device.

Do not place heavy objects such as books or bags on the unit.
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Power Safety

Only use the supplied power cord.

Do not place anything on the power cord. Place the power cord where it will not be in the way of
foot traffic.

Remove the batteries from the remote control when storing or not in use for a prolonged period.
Replacing the Lamp
Replacing the lamp can be hazardous if done incorrectly. See Replacing the Lamps on page 60 for clear
and safe instructions for this procedure. Before replacing the lamp:

Unplug the power cord.

Allow the lamp to cool for about one hour.
Important Recycle Instructions:
Lamp(s) inside this product contain mercury. This product may contain other electronic waste that
can be hazardous if not disposed of properly. Recycle or dispose in accordance with local, state, or federal
Laws. For more information, contact the Electronic Industries Alliance at WWW.EIAE.ORG. For lamp
specific disposal information check WWW.LAMPRECYCLE.ORG.
Cleaning the Projector

Unplug the power cord before cleaning. See Cleaning the projector on page 56.

Allow the lamp to cool for about one hour.
Regulatory Warnings
Before installing and using the projector, read the regulatory notices in the Regulatory Compliance section
on page 82.
Symbol Explanations
DISPOSAL: Do not use household or municipal waste collection services for
disposal of electrical and electronic equipment. EU countries require the use
of separate recycling collection services.
About this manual
This manual is intended for end users and describes how to install and operate the DLP projector. Wherever possible, relevant information—such as an illustration and its description—has been kept on one
page. This printer-friendly format is both for your convenience and to help save paper, thereby protecting
the environment. It is suggested that you only print sections that are relevant to your needs.
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................................. 1
PACKING CHECKLIST ........................................................................................................................................................... 1
VIEWS OF PROJECTOR PARTS ............................................................................................................................................... 2
Front-right View ............................................................................................................................................................. 2
Bottom view..................................................................................................................................................................... 3
TOP FEATURES..................................................................................................................................................................... 4
OSD Controls and Status LEDs ...................................................................................................................................... 4
TERMINAL PANEL FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................... 5
REMOTE CONTROL PARTS ................................................................................................................................................... 7
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATING RANGE ............................................................................................................................... 8
PROJECTOR AND REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS .................................................................................................................... 8
SETUP AND OPERATION................................................................................................................................................. 9
INSERTING THE REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES ................................................................................................................... 9
INSTALLING OR REMOVING THE OPTIONAL LENS .............................................................................................................. 10
Removing the Existing Lens From the Projector .......................................................................................................... 10
Installing the New Lens................................................................................................................................................. 11
THROW DISTANCE AND SCREEN SIZE ................................................................................................................................ 12
INSTALLING THE OPTIONAL COLOR WHEEL ...................................................................................................................... 14
MAKING CONNECTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 16
Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer .............................................................................................................. 16
Connecting an External Monitor .................................................................................................................................. 17
Connecting Your DVD Player with Component Output ............................................................................................... 18
Connecting Your VCR or Laser Disc Player ................................................................................................................ 19
PROJECTING AN IMAGE (BASIC OPERATION)...................................................................................................... 20
TURNING ON THE PROJECTOR ............................................................................................................................................ 20
SELECTING AN INPUT SOURCE ........................................................................................................................................... 21
ADJUSTING THE PICTURE POSITION AND PICTURE SIZE ..................................................................................................... 22
Adjusting Picture Position Manually ............................................................................................................................ 22
Lens Shift Adjustable Range ......................................................................................................................................... 23
Adjusting the Projector Level ....................................................................................................................................... 24
OPTIMIZING AN RGB IMAGE AUTOMATICALLY................................................................................................................. 25
Adjusting the Image Using Auto Sync ........................................................................................................................... 25
ADJUSTING VOLUME UP AND DOWN ................................................................................................................................. 25
TURNING OFF THE PROJECTOR ........................................................................................................................................... 26
About Direct Power Off ................................................................................................................................................ 27
After Use ....................................................................................................................................................................... 27
CONVENIENT FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................. 28
TURNING OFF THE IMAGE AND SOUND .............................................................................................................................. 28
FREEZING A PICTURE ......................................................................................................................................................... 28
ADJUSTING THE FOCUS/ZOOM MANUALLY ....................................................................................................................... 28
CHANGING LAMP MODE .................................................................................................................................................... 29
Changing Lamp Mode by Using the Projector's OSD Control Panel........................................................................... 29
GETTING INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................................... 29
Correcting Keystone by Using the Remote Control ...................................................................................................... 30
PREVENTING THE UNAUTHORIZED USE OF THE PROJECTOR .............................................................................................. 31
Locking the Projector ................................................................................................................................................... 31
Unlocking the Projector To unlock the projector, refer to the following guide. ........................................................... 32
USING THE PHYSICAL LOCK .............................................................................................................................................. 32
Using the Kensington Lock ........................................................................................................................................... 32
USING ON-SCREEN DISPLAY....................................................................................................................................... 33
USING THE MENUS ............................................................................................................................................................ 33
Navigating the OSD ...................................................................................................................................................... 33
MENU TREE ....................................................................................................................................................................... 34
INPUT MENU DESCRIPTIONS AND FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................... 38
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ADJUST MENU DESCRIPTIONS AND FUNCTIONS................................................................................................................. 39
Picture........................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Signal Adjustment ................................................................................................................................................... 42
Video Setting ................................................................................................................................................................ 43
Setup ........................................................................................................................................................................... 44
Installation .................................................................................................................................................................... 51
MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................................................................ 56
CLEANING THE PROJECTOR ................................................................................................................................................ 56
Cleaning the Cabinet .................................................................................................................................................... 56
Cleaning the Lens ......................................................................................................................................................... 56
Cleaning the Filters ...................................................................................................................................................... 58
Replacing the Lamps..................................................................................................................................................... 60
APPENDIX.......................................................................................................................................................................... 62
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................................................................... 62
Indicator Messages ....................................................................................................................................................... 62
Common Problems and Solutions ................................................................................................................................. 63
Tips for Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................... 63
IMAGE PROBLEMS .............................................................................................................................................................. 64
Lamp Problems ............................................................................................................................................................. 64
Remote Control Problems............................................................................................................................................. 65
Audio Problems............................................................................................................................................................. 65
HAVING THE PROJECTOR SERVICED .................................................................................................................................. 65
SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................................................................. 66
PROJECTOR SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................................................................. 66
Lens options .................................................................................................................................................................. 67
CABINET DIMENSIONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 67
PIN ASSIGNMENTS OF MINI D-SUB 15 PIN INPUT CONNECTOR .......................................................................................... 68
COMPATIBLE INPUT SIGNAL LIST ...................................................................................................................................... 69
RS232 CONTROL COMMANDS AND CABLE CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................ 71
Control Command......................................................................................................................................................... 72
SCREEN TRIGGER ............................................................................................................................................................... 76
OPERATION USING HTTP BROWSER ................................................................................................................................. 77
Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................... 77
Preparation Before Use ................................................................................................................................................ 77
Handling of the Address for Operation by Using a Browser ........................................................................................ 77
Configuring Network Settings....................................................................................................................................... 78
Structure of the HTTP Server........................................................................................................................................ 80
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE ..................................................................................................................................... 82
FCC WARNING .................................................................................................................................................................. 82
CANADA ............................................................................................................................................................................ 82
SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 82
EN 55022 WARNING ......................................................................................................................................................... 82
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INTRODUCTION
Packing Checklist
Carefully unpack the projector and check that the following items are included:
REMOTE CONTROL
(WITH TWO AA BATTERIES)
DLP PROJECTOR
POWER CORD
(FOR US MODEL)
POWER CORD
(FOR CHINA MODEL)
POWER CORD
(FOR EU MODEL)
6 SEGMENT
COLOR WHEEL
VGA CABLE
LENS HOLE CAP
(INSTALLED)
CD-ROM
(THIS USER’S MANUAL)
Contact your dealer immediately if any items are missing, appear damaged, or if the unit does not work.
Caution:
Avoid using the projector in dusty environments.
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Views of Projector Parts
Front-right View
1
2
567 8
ITEM
3
9 10
4
11
12 13
LABEL
14
15 16
17
DESCRIPTION
1.
Lamp cover
Remove cover to replace lamp or color wheel
2.
Lens
Remove lens cap before use
3.
OSD control panel
See OSD Controls and Status LEDs
4.
Speakers
Built-in stereo speakers
5.
IR receiver
Receiver for IR signal from remote control
6.
Lens release button
Press the release button before removing the lens
7.
Intake vent
Lamp cooling vent – do not obstruct
8.
Lens cap
Covers lens to protect when not in use
9.
Height adjuster
Adjusts level of projector
10.
IR receiver
Receiver for IR signal from remote control
11.
I/O connector panel
Connect various input devices
12.
IR receiver
Receiver for IR signal from remote control
13.
Rear intake vent
Rear cooling intake – do not obstruct
14.
Exhaust vent
Exhaust vent – do not obstruct
15.
Kensington lock
Attach the projector to a permanent object with the Kensington slot
and a security cable.
16.
Security chain lock
Attach the projector to a permanent object using a security cable.
17.
Carrying handle
Pull up the handle when carrying the projector.
Important:
Grill openings on the projector allow for good air circulation, which keeps the projector lamp cool.
Do not obstruct any of the grill openings.
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Bottom view
18
ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
18.
Ceiling support holes
Contact your dealer for information on mounting the projector
on a ceiling
Note:
When installing, ensure that you use only UL Listed ceiling mounts.
Caution:
With ceiling installation, use approved mounting hardware & M4 screws; maximum depth of screw:
12 mm; distance from ceiling/ wall: 20 cm (0.7 feet) for proper ventilation; distance from fluorescent
lamps: at least 1 m (3 feet) front and back of the projector. For permanent installations, follow local
codes.
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Top Features
OSD Controls and Status LEDs
MENU
(8)
(1)
(7)
(2)
(9)
(10)
(15)
(11)
ENTER
(3)
(6)
(16)
(4)
(12)
SOURCE
(17)
(18)
(5)
AUTO
(13)
POWER
(19)
ITEM
CANCEL
WARNING
LAMP1
LAMP2
(14)
DESCRIPTION
LABEL
1.
ZOOM+
2.
ZOOM-
3.
UP CURSOR
4.
RIGHT CURSOR
5.
DOWN CURSOR
6.
LEFT CURSOR
7.
FOCUS-
8.
FOCUS+
9.
MENU
Open / Close the OSD
10.
UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/
RIGHT BUTTONS
Navigate and change settings in the OSD
11.
RETURN
Exit the On-Screen Display (OSD)
12.
AUTO
Auto Sync to optimize image size, position, and resolution
13.
LAMP 2 (LED)
14.
LAMP 1 (LED)
15.
ENTER
16.
POWER
17.
INPUT
Select the input source
18.
POWER (LED)
Green / Orange / Flashing
See Indicator Messages
19.
STATUS (LED)
Green / Red / Orange / Flashing
See Indicator Messages
Increase/decrease projected image size
Move image left, right, up, or down
Focus the projected image
Green / Flashing, See Indicator Messages
Select or change settings in the OSD
Turn the projector on or off (main power switch must be turned on first).
Press to place the projector in standby mode.
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Terminal Panel Features
ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
1.
COMPUTER 3 IN
Connect the DVI-D cable (not supplied) from a computer
2.
AUDIO IN (COMPUTER
3)
Connect the audio cable (not supplied) from the input device
3.
AUDIO OUT
Audio loop-thru
4.
MONITOR OUT
Connect to a monitor
5.
AUDIO IN (COMPUTER
2)
Connect the audio cable (not supplied) from the input device
6.
AUDIO IN [L (MONO)/R]
(COMPONENT)
Connect an RCA audio cables (not supplied) from the input device
right and left channels
7.
SERIAL PORT IN
Installation control
8.
SCREEN TRIGGER
When connected to the screen through a commercially available cable, the screen deploys automatically on start up of the projector. The
screen retracts when the projector is powered off
(see notes below)
9.
S-VIDEO
Connect a commercially available S-video cable from a video device
10.
POWER SWITCH
Turn on/off the projector
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ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
11.
AC IN
Connect the supplied power cable
12.
AUDIO IN [L (MONO)/R]
(VIDEO)
Connect RCA audio cables (not supplied) from the input device right
and left channels. This audio jack is shared with S-Video input.
13.
VIDEO IN
Connect a composite video cable (not supplied) from a video device to
the yellow RCA jack
14.
COMPONENT IN (Y,
Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr)
Connect a component video enabled device
15.
COMPUTER 2 IN
(R/Cr, G/Y, B/Cb, H, V)
Connect RGBHV or Component signal from computer or component
video enabled device
16.
COMPUTER 1 IN
Connect a VGA cable (supplied) from a computer
17.
AUDIO IN
(COMPUTER 1)
Connect the audio cable (not supplied) from the input device
18.
LAN
Connect a LAN cable (not supplied) from a computer
19.
SERVICE
Connect the USB cable (not supplied) from a computer. For service
personnel only.
Note: Screen Trigger
 When the projector is turned on, a control signal (DC 12V) outputs from this terminal.
 Screen controllers are supplied and supported by screen manufacturers.
 Do not use this jack for anything other than intended use.
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Remote Control Parts
Item
Label
Description
1.
Status LED
Lights when the remote control is used
2
ON
Turn the projector on at standby mode
3
SATANDBY
Turn the projector off (standby mode)
4
FOCUS+
Focus the projection image
5
FOCUS-
Focus the projection image
6
ZOOM +
Increase the projection image size
7
ZOOM -
Reduce the projection image size
8
TEST PATTERN
Navigates and changes settings in the OSD
9
LENS SHIFT
Adjust lens shift range
10
UP
Move OSD cursor up
11
RIGHT
Move OSD cursor right or enter submenu
12
DOWN
Move OSD cursor down
13
LEFT
Move OSD cursor right or enter submenu
14
ENTER
Freeze/unfreezes the on-screen picture
15
MENU
Display OSD main menu
16
RETURN
Return to last OSD page or exit menu
17
INPUT
Auto adjustment for phase, tracking, size, position
18
PICTURE
Display picture menu
19
VOL+
Adjust volume up
20
AUTO SYNC
Auto adjustment for phase, tracking, size, position
ASPECT
Set up aspect ratio of the projected image
VOL-
Adjust volume down
OVERSCAN
Enable or disable the overscan function
FREEZE
Freeze/unfreezes the on-screen picture
AV MUTE
Enter key when connected through USB to a PC
3D MUTE
Open the 3D Mode menu
INFO.
Display the Information menu
LIGHT
Illuminates the buttons on the remote control for 10 sec.
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. If the path between the remote control and the projector is obstructed, you can bounce the signal off certain
reflective surfaces such as projector screens.
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Remote Control Operating Range
The remote control uses 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 7 meters (23 feet) and
15 degrees above or below the projector level. If the projector does not respond to the remote control,
move a little closer.
Projector and Remote Control Buttons
The projector can be operated using the remote control or the buttons on the top of the projector. All
operations can be carried out with the remote control; however, the buttons on the projector are limited in use. The following illustration shows the corresponding buttons on the remote control and on
the projector.
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SETUP AND OPERATION
Inserting the Remote Control Batteries
1.
Remove the battery compartment
cover by sliding the cover in the direction of the arrow.
2.
Insert the supplied batteries taking
note of the polarity (+/-) as shown
here.
3.
Replace the cover.
Caution:
 Only use AA batteries.
 Dispose of used batteries according to local ordinance regulations.
 Remove the battery when not using the projector for prolonged periods.
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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, wait until 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.
Removing the Existing Lens From the Projector
1.
2.
3.
Pull out the lens cap.
Push the LENS RELEASE button all
the way in and rotate the lens counterclockwise. The existing lens will
be disengaged.
Pull out the existing lens slowly.
Caution:
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.
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Installing the New Lens
1.
Pull out the existing lens
slowly.
Arrow Mark
2.
Rotate the lens clockwise until it clicks into
place.
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Throw Distance and Screen Size
Example of D6515 using Standard lens:
The further your projector is from the screen or wall, the larger the image. The minimum size the image
can be is approximately 40 inches (1 m) measured diagonally when the projector is roughly 74.1 inches
(1.88 m) from the wall or screen. The largest the image can be is 500 inches (12.7 m) when the projector
is about 956 inches (24.28 m) from the wall or screen.
Screen Size
Diagonal
Width
Wide Fix
Wide Zoom
Standard Lens
0.78
1.28 - 1.85
1.77 - 2.34
Height
Distance
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
40 1.02
32
0.81
24.0
0.61
24.5
0.62
40.4
-
58.5
1.03
-
1.49
55.8
-
74.1
1.42
-
1.88
50 1.27
40
1.02
29.9
0.76
31.0
0.79
51.0
-
73.6
1.30
-
1.87
70.4
-
93.2
1.79
-
2.37
60 1.52
48
1.22
35.8
0.91
37.6
0.96
61.6
-
88.8
1.57
-
2.25
85.1
- 112.4
2.16
-
2.86
80 2.03
64
1.63
48.0
1.22
50.8
1.29
82.9
- 119.0
2.11
-
3.02
114.3
- 150.8
2.90
-
3.83
100 2.54
80
2.03
59.8
1.52
63.9
1.62
104.1
- 149.2
2.65
-
3.79
143.5
- 189.1
3.65
-
4.80
120 3.05
96
2.44
72.0
1.83
77.1
1.96
125.4
- 179.4
3.18
-
4.56
172.8
- 227.4
4.39
-
5.78
150 3.81
120
3.05
90.2
2.29
96.8
2.46
157.3
- 224.8
3.99
-
5.71
216.7
- 285.0
5.50
-
7.24
180 4.57
144
3.65
107.5
2.73
116.6
2.96
189.1
- 270.1
4.80
-
6.86
260.5
- 342.5
6.62
-
8.70
200 5.08
160
4.06
120.1
3.05
129.7
3.30
210.4
- 300.3
5.34
-
7.63
289.8
- 380.8
7.36
-
9.67
300 7.62
240
6.10
179.9
4.57
195.5
4.97
316.6
- 451.5
8.04
- 11.47
436.0
- 572.6 11.07
- 14.54
400 #####
320
8.13
240.2
6.10
261.3
6.64
422.9
- 602.6 10.74
- 15.31
582.2
- 764.3 14.79
- 19.41
500 #####
400
10.16
300.0
7.62
327.1
8.31
529.1
- 753.7 13.44
- 19.14
728.5
- 956.1 18.50
- 24.28
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Screen Size
Diagonal
Width
Semi-Long Zoom
Long Zoom 1
2.28 - 3.82
3.67- 5.58
Height
Distance
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
40
1.02
32
0.81
24
0.61
71.9
- 121.3
1.83
-
3.08
115.9
- 176.8
2.94
-
4.49
50
1.27
40
1.02
30
0.76
90.7
- 152.4
2.30
-
3.87
146.2
- 222.3
3.71
-
5.65
60
1.52
48
1.22
36
0.91 109.5
- 183.5
2.78
-
4.66
176.5
- 267.9
4.48
-
6.80
80
2.03
64
1.63
48
1.22 147.0
- 245.7
3.73
-
6.24
237.1
- 358.9
6.02
-
9.12
100
2.54
80
2.03
60
1.52 184.6
- 307.9
4.69
-
7.82
297.7
- 450.0
7.56
- 11.43
120
3.05
96
2.44
72
1.83 222.1
- 370.1
5.64
-
9.40
358.2
- 541.0
9.10
- 13.74
150
3.81
120
3.05
90
2.29 278.4
- 463.4
7.07
- 11.77
449.1
- 677.6
11.41
- 17.21
180
4.57
144
3.65
107
2.73 334.8
- 556.7
8.50
- 14.14
540.0
- 814.2
13.72
20.68
200
5.08
160
4.06
120
3.05 372.3
- 618.9
9.46
- 15.72
600.6
- 905.3
15.26
- 22.99
300
7.62
240
6.1
180
4.57 560.0
- 930.0
14.23
- 23.62
903.6
- ##### 22.95
- 34.56
400
10.16
320
8.13
240
6.1 747.8
- 1241.0
18.99
- 31.52 1206.6
- ##### 30.65
- 46.12
500
12.7
400
10.16
300
7.62 935.5
- 1552.0
23.76
- 39.42 1509.5
- ##### 38.34
- 57.69
Screen Size
Long Zoom 2
5.42 - 8.59
Diagonal
Width
Height
Distance
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
inches
m
40
1.02
32
0.81
24
0.61 169.6
- 271.2
4.31
-
6.89
50
1.27
40
1.02
30
0.76 215.0
- 341.9
5.46
-
8.68
60
1.52
48
1.22
36
0.91 260.3
- 412.6
6.61
- 10.48
80
2.03
64
1.63
48
1.22 350.9
- 554.0
8.91
- 14.07
100
2.54
80
2.03
60
1.52 441.6
- 695.3
11.22
- 17.66
120
3.05
96
2.44
72
1.83 532.2
- 836.7
13.52
- 21.25
150
3.81
120
3.05
90
2.29 668.2
- 1048.8
16.97
- 26.64
180
4.57
144
3.65
107
2.73 804.1
- 1260.9
20.42
- 32.03
200
5.08
160
4.06
120
3.05 894.8
- 1402.2
22.73
- 35.62
300
7.62
240
6.1
180
4.57 1348.0
- 2109.1
34.24
- 53.57
400
10.16
320
8.13
240
6.1 1801.2
- 2816.0
45.75
- 71.53
500
12.7
400
10.16
300
7.62 2254.3
- 3522.9
57.26
- 89.48
Caution:
 Ceiling installation must be done by a qualified professional. Contact your dealer for more information. It is not recommended you install the projector yourself.
 Only use the projector on a solid, level surface. Serious injury and damage can occur if the projector
is dropped.
 Do not use the projector in an environment where extreme temperature occurs. The projector must
be used at temperatures between 41 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius) and 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius).
 Screen damage will occur if the projector is exposed to moisture, dust or smoke.
 Do not cover the vents on the projector. Proper ventilation is required to dissipate heat. Damage to
the projector will occur if the vents are covered.
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Installing the Optional Color Wheel
The projector comes with a four-segment color wheel installed. An additional six-segment color wheel is
optional. To replace the color wheel (located under the lamp cover adjacent to lamp 1) refer to the following guide.
Note:
Wait until the lamp house and the color wheel cool off.
1.
2.
Remove the four screws (A) on the
lamp cover.
Lift the lamp cover in the direction of
the arrow (B).
B
A
3.
4.
Unscrew the retaining screws (x 4) on
the four-segment color wheel.
Lift the color wheel in the direction
shown.
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5.
6.
7.
Insert the six-segment color wheel
Close the lamp cover and secure the
retaining screws as shown.
Storing Unused Color Wheel:
Keep the unused color wheel in the zipper bag in which the 6-segment color wheel (not
supplied) was packaged. This bag prevents dust from falling or collecting on the color whee
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Making Connections
Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer
Enabling the computer’s external display:
Displaying an image on the notebook PC’s screen does not necessarily mean it outputs a signal to the
projector. When using a PC compatible laptop, a combination of function keys will enable/disable the external display. Usually, the combination of the Fn-key along with one of the 12 function keys activates
the external display.
To connect a PC or Macintosh computer to the projector, refer to the following guide.
1. Connect a computer to the projector through one of the three available input data connections before turning on the PC or the projector. The best signal order (from best to least suitable) is as
follows:

Computer 3 in (see Terminal Panel Features on page 5) is a digital signal and offers the best
connection to your computer.
Note:
The DVI (DIGITAL) connector (COMPUTER 3) accepts VGA (640 x 480), SXGA(1152 x 864), XGA
(1024 x 768), SXGA (1280 x 1024@up to 60Hz) and UXGA(1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz), please refer to
Compatible Input Signal List

Computer 2 in (see Terminal Panel Features on page 5) is an analog signal; use a DSUB-15
cable-to-5BNC connection.

Computer 1 in as shown below (see Terminal Panel Features on page 5) is an analog signal
that uses a standard RGB computer cable.
2. Turn on the projector and select the chosen method of connection from the source menu before
turning on the PC (see Selecting an Input Source on page 21).
3. Turn on the PC.
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Note:
Failure to follow the above steps may not activate the digital output of the graphics card resulting in no
picture being displayed. Should this happen, restart your PC.
Connecting an External Monitor
Connect an external monitor to the projector through RGB out connections as shown below
(see Terminal Panel Features on page 5).
Note:
When projector connects to the external monitor, please make sure Standby Mode is set to Standard .
Monitor Out function works at Standard mode only.
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Connecting Your DVD Player with Component Output
To connect a DVD Player to the projector, refer to the following guide.
1. Connect the DVD Player to the projector as shown below before turning on the Player or the projector.
2. Turn on the projector and select Component from the source menu before turning on the DVD Player
(see Selecting an Input Source on page 21).
3. Turn on the DVD Player.
Note:
Refer to your DVD player's user's manual for more information about your DVD player's video output
requirements.
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Connecting Your VCR or Laser Disc Player
To connect your VCR or Laser Disc Player, refer to the following diagram.
Note:
Refer to your VCR or laser disc player user’s manual for more information about your device’s requirements.
Images may not be displayed correctly when using an S-Video or Video connection to fast-forward or
fast-rewind scanning.
The AUDIO IN RCA jack is shared between VIDEO IN and S-VIDEO IN
.
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PROJECTING AN IMAGE (BASIC OPERATION)
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 unnecessary wear and tear. Refer to the following guide to power on the projector.
1.
Connect the power cable (A). Press
the main power switch to the on ( I )
position as shown (B). All four LEDs
light orange, then the Lamp1 and 2
LEDs turn off and the Warning LED
lights green.
B
A
2.
3.
MENU
Press the POWER button on the con
trol panel or ON button on the remote
control once, the Power LED flashes
green and the internal cooling fan
starts.
After approximately 10 seconds, the
Lamp1 and Lamp2 LEDs light green
and the Power LED flashes more rapidly.
ENTER

POWER
4.
CANCEL
SOURCE
WARNING
LAMP1
AUTO
LAMP2
Once the power LED is lit a solid
green, the projector is ready for use.
Note:
If any of the LEDs remain flashing or blink there may be a problem with the startup. Please refer to
the Troubleshooting section on page 62.
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Selecting an Input Source
The Input Source can be selected from the projector's control panel or from the remote control unit.
Refer to the following guide to select the Input Source.
1.
Press INPUT on the control panel or on the remote control unit to display the INPUT Menu.
2.
Select the required source using ▲or▼ and press
.
Note:
Return to the projected image by pressing Cancel
twice.
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Adjusting the Picture Position and Picture Size
The Picture Position and Picture Size can be adjusted manually from the lens control panel or from
the remote control unit. Refer to the following guides to adjust Picture Position manually.
Adjusting Picture Position Manually
1.
Press the Lens Shift keypad on
the projector in any direction or
LENS SHIFT button on the remote
control to bring up the Lens Shift
window.
2.
Press the directional key as required to shift the image.
Releasing the directional arrow will
re-center the cursor.
3.
To alter the picture size, press
ASPECT key on the remote control
to display Aspect Ratio menu.
Press ▲or▼ to select the desired
picture size then press .
4.
If the desired picture sized is selected from menu, press Menu and
select the Setup menu using
◄or►.
Press ▲or▼ to select Aspect Ratio
then scroll to the desired picture
using ◄or►.
5.
When finished, press RETURN or
MENU key to return to the projected image.
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Lens Shift Adjustable Range
The adjustable range for lens shift is tabulated below and subject to the conditions listed.
Note:
The drawings below apply to the standard lens only.
Normal projection position
Desk-Front Projection
Vertical Shift
Max
0.5V
Height of projected image
1V
1H
0.1H
0.1H
Width of projected image
Ceiling Mount-Front Projection
Height of projected image
1V
Shift to Left
Max
0.5V
Vertical Shift
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Adjusting the Projector Level
1.
To raise the level of the projector, twist
the adjusters clockwise.
2.
To lower the level of the projector, lift
the projector and twist the adjusters
counter clockwise.
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Optimizing an RGB Image Automatically
Adjusting the Image Using Auto Sync
To optimize an RGB image automatically refer to the following guide.
Press the Auto button on the remote control (see Remote Control Parts on page 7) or the AUTO button on the control panel to optimize an RGB image automatically.
This adjustment may be necessary when you connect your computer for the first time.
Adjusting Volume Up and Down
The volume can be adjusted from the OSD Control Panel or with the Remote Control unit. Refer to
the following as a guide.
1.
Press the Volume +/- buttons on
the remote control or the ◄ ►
buttons on the OSD control
panel. The volume level is displayed on screen.
2.
Use the Volume +/- buttons or
the ◄ ► buttons on the OSD
control panel to adjust the level.
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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 projector and (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 of making adjustment or setting changes
and closing the menu. Doing so can 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 STANDBY button on
the remote control once, the Power
Off window displays.
2.
Press the POWER button or again
on the OSD control panel or remote
control to verify power off.t
The cooling fans continue to operate
(cooling-off time) and the power LED
flashes orange.
The cooling fans stop operating
when the projector turns off.
3.
The projector enters Standby mode
when the power LED lights orange
and the warning LED lights green.
4.
Press the Main Power switch to the
off position (O) to turn off the projector.
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About Direct Power Off
The projector has a feature called "Direct Power Off". This feature allows the projector to be turned off (even when
projecting an image) using a power strip equipped with a switch and a breaker.
Note:
Before using Direct Power Off, be sure to allow at least 20 minutes immediately after turning on the
projector and starting to display an image.
After Use
Preparation: Make sure that the projector is turned off.
1. Unplug the power cable.
2. Disconnect any other cables.
3. Return the height adjusters to their original, minimum position.
4. Cover the lens with the lens cap.
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CONVENIENT FEATURES
Turning Off the Image and Sound
The projected image and sound can be turned off for short periods of time with the remote control.
This feature is useful for breaking up presentations or for other brief interruptions in projections. To
turn off the picture and image, refer to the following guide.
1. Press the AV MUTE button on the remote control once (see Remote Control Parts on page 7).
2. The image does not display.
3. To resume projection, press the AV MUTE button once more.
Note:
For extended periods of time it is recommended that the projector be powered off.
Freezing a Picture
The projected image can be frozen for short periods of time by using the remote control. This feature
is useful for capturing still images from movies or freezing an animation at a particular point. To
freeze the projected image, refer to the following guide.
1. Press the FREEZE button on the remote control once (see Remote Control Parts on page 7).
2. The screen freezes.
3. To resume, press the FREEZE button once more.
Note:
For extended periods of time it is recommended that the projector be powered off.
Adjusting the Focus/Zoom Manually
The focus and zoom can be adjusted manually 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/Zoom using the increase and decrease buttons as required.

Remote Control
Control Panel
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Changing Lamp Mode
The projector has two lamp modes available, Normal and Eco. The Normal mode is used for everyday standard projection, whereas the Eco mode is used for saving power and lamp life. To change
the Lamp Mode, refer to the following guides.
Changing Lamp Mode by Using the Projector's OSD Control Panel
1.
2.
Press MENU on the projector's OSD control panel or
on the remote control to
display the main menu.
Use ◄or► to select Installation menu
Use ▲or▼ to select Lamp
mode and ◄or► to set to
Normal or Eco mode.
Note:
When the projector is in Eco mode, brightness may be affected.
Normal Mode: 100% Brightness
Eco Mode: approx. 85% Brightness
Getting Information
The Information screen provides details on the life of consumable items within the projector as well as
other information such as software version. To access the Information screen, refer to the following
guide.
1.
2.
3.
Press Menu on the projector's
OSD control panel or remote
control to display the Main
Menu. Scroll to the Installation\Information menu using
▲or▼ and press .
The Information menu is displayed as the default view. The
menu items in this screen are
for display and cannot be
modified
Press Cancel or Menu to return to the projected image.
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Correcting Keystone by Using the Remote Control
Important:
 When adjusting the keystone, use Lens Shift to set the lens to center.
 The adjustable vertical keystone range is Max. +/– 30° approx.
The following are conditions under which the maximum angle is achieved:

When the standard lens is used

When the lens shift is set to H for center and V for 0.5 shift.

When the lens shift is used and yet you do not get the above-mentioned condition (H for center
and V for 0.5 shift), you cannot adjust the lens shift correctly.

Image is projected in Wide mode
1.
Use ▲or▼ to select to Installation\Advance Setting\
Keystone.
2.
Adjust the Keystone sliding
bars using the ◄► buttons
till the screen trapezoid is a
regular shape (see diagram).
3.
Press Cancel or Menu to
return to the projected image.
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Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector
The projector has a built-in security feature to lock the OSD control panels and deny remote control
operation. The security feature has no default keyword; in the first instance of enabling the security
feature, the user must define a keyword.
Locking the Projector
To setup the security keyword, refer to the following guide.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press Menu on the OSD
control panel on the projector or remote control to
display the Main menu.
User arrow keys to select
Security Lock under
Setup\Advance Setting
menu.
Enter the password by remote control key and press
to perform Security
Lock function
The PIN code window is
displayed. Enter a PIN
code between 4 and 10
characters using ▲▼◄►.
The PIN code characters
change to “*”. Press .
Caution:
When you have set or changed the password, take a memo and keep it securely. If you forget your
PIN code, the projector can no longer be started. Contact your dealer or the service center.
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Unlocking the Projector
To unlock the projector, refer to the following guide.
1.
2.
When the projector is
locked, either by request
during operation or at start
up, the locked message is
displayed.
To unlock the projector,
press Menu on the control
panel or remote control. The
PIN code window is displayed. Enter the previously
defined PIN code to activate
the projector.
Using the Physical Lock
Using the Kensington Lock
If you are concerned about security, attach the projector to a permanent object with the
Kensington slot and a security cable.
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USING ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
Using the Menus
The projector has an On-Screen Display (OSD) that lets you make image adjustments and change
various settings.
Navigating the OSD
You can use the remote control or the buttons on the top of 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.
2.
3.
To open the OSD, press the Menu
button on the OSD control panel or
remote control. There are six folders
on the menu. Press the cursor ◄ or
► buttons to move through secondary menus.
Press ▲or▼ to select menu items
and ◄or► to change values for setto confirm the new
tings. Press
setting.
Press RETURN to leave a submenu
or MENU to close menu.
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Menu Tree
Use the following illustrations to quickly find a setting or determine the range for a setting.
Picture
Picture Mode
Picture Mode
Presentation
Standard
Game
sRGB
Brilliant Color
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Advance Setting
Signal Type
Auto
RGB
YCbCr
YPbPr
Color
Temperature
Red
Blue
Color Manager
R
G
B
C
M
Y
Film Mode
Auto/Off
DNR
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Off
Dynamic Black
On/Off
Reset
No/Yes
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Hue
Saturation
Value
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Video
Overscan
On
Off
Video System
Auto
PAL
SECAM
NTSC 4.43
NTSC 3.58
PAL-M
PAL-N
PAL-60
Video Setup
0 IRE
7.5 IRE
Close Caption
CC1
Off
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Setup
Auto Search
On/Off
Auto Power Off
On/Off
Auto Power On
On/Off
Standby Mode
On/Off
Background
Logo/Custom/Blue//None
Audio
Volume
3D Mode
Speaker
On/Off
DLP®LinkTM
On/Off
DLP®LinkTM Invert
Aspect Ratio
Normal/Full/4:3/16:9/Native
Advance Setting
Security Lock
Enable/Disable
Keypad Lock
No/Yes
Image Capture
Save Image
No/Yes
Delete
No/Yes
Wall Color
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Input Menu Descriptions and Functions
The Input menu displays all supported image sources.
Select the required source from the menu using ▲ or ▼ and press
LABEL
to confirm.
DESCRIPTION
Computer 1
Select the source connected to the Computer 1 input
(see Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer on page 16).
Computer 2
Select the source connected to the Computer 2 input
(see Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer on page 16).
Computer 3
Select the source connected to the Computer 3 input
(see Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer on page 16).
Component
Select the source connected to the Component input
(see Connecting Your DVD Player with Component Output on page 18).
Video
Select the source connected to the Video input
(see Connecting Your VCR or Laser Disc Player on page 19).
S-Video
Select the source connected to the S-Video input
(see Connecting Your VCR or Laser Disc Player on page 19).
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Adjust Menu Descriptions and Functions
The Adjust menu contains overall projector settings for image output such as picture mode, brightness, color temperature…etc..
Picture
Picture Mode
Select a set of preset values using ◄ or ► from the list. Notice that the below values will change depending on the preset selection.
Brilliant Color
Move the slider bar left or right to set the BrilliantColorTM value. BrilliantColor extends the exposure
range and sharpens detail for grain free images.
Brightness
Adjust the Brightness value using ◄or► to lighten or darken the picture.
Contrast
Adjust the Contrast value using ◄or► to highlight the differences between light and dark areas of
the picture.
Color
Adjust the Color value using ◄or► to increase or decrease color input to the picture.
Tint
Adjust the Tint value using ◄or► to increase or decrease the color hue of the picture.
Sharpness
Adjust the Sharpness value using ◄or► to sharpen or blur the borders between colors and objects.
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Advance Setting
Signal Type
This function allows you to select the input signal from COMPUTER/COMPONENT1,2 or
COMPONENT
Auto
Recognize the input signal as RGB or component automatically.
RGB
Set When the input signal is RGB
YCbCr
Set when the input signal is Component(480I/480P/576I/576P).
YPbPr
Set when the input signal is Component signals(720P/1080i/1080p).
Color Temperature
Set the color temperature to Warm, Standard or Cold.
Note:
Color temperature is not selectable when Picture Mode is set to sRGB.
Red
Press ◄or► to heighten or weaken red in the image.
Blue
Press ◄or► heighten or weaken Blue in the image.
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Color Manager
This function allows you to adjust each of the six main colors comprised the color wheel by altering their Hue, Saturation or Value.
Hue
Use ◄or► to adjust Hue of the main color as below
Main Color
Hue
R
Magenta
Yellow
G
Yellow
Cyan
B
Cyan
Magenta
C
Green
Blue
M
Blue
Red
Y
Red
Green
Saturation
Use ◄or► to adjust Saturation of the main color, the selected color become lighter or thicker.
Value
Use ◄or► to adjust Value of the main color, the selected color become brighter or darker.
Film Mode
The function provide high-quality playback of image projected at 24fps, such as movies from DVD
device.
Auto
Films are detected automatically.
Off : Films are not detected.
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Note:
Film Mode is available for below input and signals.
 480I/576I/1080I from COMPUTER/COMPONENT 1, 2 or COMPONRNT INPUT
 All signals from S-Video or Video input
Noise Reduction
This function provides high-quality images with minimal crawl and cross color noise, you can set your
preferred level from Off to Level 3 to view a clear image.
Dynamic Black
Set this function as ON to improve the black level of the projected images.
Reset
The settings and adjustments are set to initial factory settings.
Signal Adjustment
Horizontal Position
Move the Image to right or left
Vertical Position
Move the Image to up or down
Phase
Adjust the clock phase or reduce video noise, dot or cross talk
Clock
Fine tune a computer image or remove any vertical banding that might appear.
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Reset
Reset all of the changes you made and restore to default settings.
Resolution
This function provides three options to recognize the resolution of the input signal automatically.
Auto: Recognize the input signal resolution automatically.
Wide: Set when the wide signal is received.
4:3 : Set when the 4:3 signal is received.
Auto Sync
This function allows you to optimize the image automatically when the projector is turned on or
when the input signal is switched or connected from a computer. If Auto Sync is set Off, Auto Sync
is not automatically performed.
Note:
Auto Sync may take some time to complete, depending on the image. When the optimum image
can not be achieved, please use manual adjustment.
Video Setting
Overscan
The edge of the image may or may not be displayed correctly, this function allows you to set Overscan On to crop the the border area of the image
Note:
The function is available for 480p, 576P, 720p, 1080i and 1080p from
COMPUTER/COMPONENT1,2 COMPONENT or DVI-D input
Video System
Set the Video System to Auto unless the projector cannot receive the signal or a clear image, selectable Video signal are Auto, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58, PAL-M, PAL-N and PAL-60.
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Note:
Video System can only be set in Video or S-Video mode
Video Setup
Set the black level to 0 IRE or 7.5IRE.
This function is available for 480I from COMPUTER/COMPONENT 1, 2 or COMPONENT input or
NTSC3.58 from Video or S-Video input.
Closed Caption
Set to CC1 or Off as required.
Note:
This function is available in following case
 The signal is NTSC 3.58
 Not all programs and video will offer closed Caption, please make sure they offer Close Caption.
Setup
Auto Search
This function enables the projector to detect the input signal and to switch the input mode automatically when the project is turned on. Set it to On to enable Auto Search function or Off to disable it.
Auto Power Off
This function enables the projector to enter standby mode automatically when no input signal is detected more than 15 minutes. Set the function to On to enable Auto Power off or to Off to disable it.
Auto Power On
This function enables the projector to be turned on automatically when the power cord is plugged into
the AC outlet or the breaker switch is turned. Set the function to On to enable this function.
Note
This function is activated by below conditions
 The Main Power switch on the projector has to be switched to On
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 The projector should be turned off by unplugging power cord or the breaker switch directly, Auto
Power On will be activated next time when you plug in the power cord or turn on breaker switch 
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Standby Mode
Standby Mode allows you to put the projector in the standby condition to consume less power, two
standby modes are selectable as below.
Standard: Monitor out, LAN/RS232C and Network functions are activated in standby mode
Eco
: Monitor out, LAN/RS232C and Network functions are switched in standby mode
Note:
The HTTP server functions, MONITOR OUT and RS232C Control are not available when Standby
Mode is set to Eco, please make you the settings before using above functions.
Background
Background enables you to display a blue/black screen, Logo or captured image when there is no
signal.
Audio
Adjust volume or set the internal Speaker On or Off, select and press enter to submenu as below.
Volume
Press ◄ or ► to adjust volume level, the adjustable range is 0 to 60.
Speaker
Use ◄ or ► to switch internal speaker On or Off.
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3D Mode:
The 3D mode of this projector is compatible with the DLP®LinkTM system. To watch 3D images, you
need a pair of 3D LCD shutter glasses that display the projected images for the left and right eyes alternately and are synchronized with a control signal transmitted from the lens of the projector.
Before viewing 3D images, press 3D MODE buttons on the remote control or use arrow keys to display 3D Mode menu for setting 3D mode.
Note:
 The following people should limit 3D viewing:
- Children under 6 years of age
- People with a history of photosensitivity, heart disease or in poor heath.
- People who are physically tired or sleep deprived.
- People under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
 Under normal condition, view 3D images is safe. However, some people may experience discomfort. Refer to the guideline issued by the 3D Consortium revised Dec. 10, 2008, You need take
regular breaker at least 5 to 15 minutes after ever half of hour or one hour.
.
DLP®LinkTM
Set DLP®LinkTM On to view 3D content, Off to ending 3D projection.
Note:
When DLP®LinkTM is set to on, Keystone, Aspect Ratio and Image Resizing may not work fully or
may not be available.
DLP®LinkTM Invert
Set the video for your left and right eyes
Note:
 For viewing 3D image, the source device should support the field sequential format.
 If the projector, 3D playback device or 3D LCD glasses are not set properly, you may experience
eye strain and not be able to view the image in 3D.
 For better signal receiving, recommend to view 3D images in front of the screen directly as much
as possible. See the operation manual of your 3D LCD glasses.
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Setup\Advance Setting
Security Lock
The function allows you to prevent unauthorized use of the projector. Once the function is activated,
user must enter the password each time when project is turned on.
Note:
 Password must be recorded in a safe place where only authorized users have access.
 If you lose or forget the password, please contact Vivitek Authorized Dealer or Service Center
Keypad Lock
To prevent unauthorized operation by projector control panel, use this function to lock the buttons on
the projector.
No: Turn off the Keypad Lock Function
Yes: Lock All of buttons on the projector except ON/STANDBY button.
Unlock the keypad: Hold down ▼ on the projector control panel for about 5 sec.
Note:
 Keypad Lock cannot be released if the project is under below status
- Menu is displayed
- Projector is at standby mode
- The projector is during warming up
- Input signal is changing or Auto Sync function is operation.
- Freeze function is operated.
- Security Lock window is displayed.
 This Control Panel Lock does not affect the remote control functions.
Wall Color
This function allows you to project the image to the colored wall or board without using a screen.
Whiteboard: Image is projected to a whiteboard.
Blackboard
Image is projected to a Black board.
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Off: Disable the Wall Color function.
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Image Capture
This function allows you to capture the projected image from RGB signal and set it as a startup image
or background image when no signal is detected.
Save Image: Press Enter or ► to capture the desired image and press Yes to execute Image
capture
It takes 1 to 2 minutes to complete image capture and shows the progress on the screen.
The message window will be closed after image capture is done.
Delete Image
Press Enter or ► and select “Yes” to delete captured image.
Note:
 The image can be captured only when the input source is non-interlace signal from
COMPUTER/COMPONET 1,2 or DVI-D inout, the image from Video or S-Video cannot be captured.
 The captured image must be native resolution such 1280x800 for WXGA, 1024x768 for
XGA
 Aspect Ratio must be set to “Normal”
 An image can be captured and saved for either of the four-segment color wheel or six-segment
color wheel, each color wheel can save one image.
 Switch the input signal during performing image capture may result in the failure of the capturing
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Installation
The Installation tab contains menu options for various setup conditions such as orientation and remote sensor mode and is accessed through the Setting menu.
The following table lists all functions with a brief description.
Language
Select the OSD language to be used, eight languages
Lamp Control
This function allows you to select the usage of the two lamps installed in the projector.
Both lamps: Both lamps are used for greater brightness
Lamp1 Only: Select Lamp 1 for the projector. If lamp 1 burns out, the projector switches the
lamp control to lamp2 automatically.
Lamp2 Only: Select Lamp 2 for the projector. If lamp 1 burns out, the projector switches the
lamp control to lamp2 automatically.
Auto: Select the lamp which the usage is lower than the other one.
Note: For lamp protection, the lamp switching may take several minutes
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Lamp Mode
Select Normal or Eco from the lamp mode window. The lamp life can be extended by using the Eco
mode and the fan noise can be reduced.
Projection Mode
Projection Mode enables you to set how the projected image is displayed. Select from the following:
Front – Standard forward facing projection (Default setting).
Rear – Standard rear projection. Enables the projector to produce the image from behind the
screen by reversing the image.
Ceiling+Front – Forward facing ceiling mounted projection. Enables ceiling mounted projection
by in-verting the image.
Ceiling+Rear – Rear ceiling mounted projection. Enables ceiling mounted projection from behind the screen by inverting and reversing the image.
Fan Mode
Fan control is used to set the speed of the internal cooling fan. Set Fan Speed to Normal, otherwise
set Fan Mode to High in altitudes over 1500 meters (5000 feet)
Test Pattern
Display a test pattern for installation. The test pattern can be displayed by using ◄ or ► or TEST
Pattern on the remote control. If using remote control, press ▲or▼ on the remote control to select
the desired test pattern.
Advance Setting
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Keystone
When the image is projected either from the top or from the bottom toward the screen at an angle, the
image becomes distorted, use Keystone function to correct the distortion, the adjustable range is approximately+30 degree.
Use ◄ or ► button to adjust keystone correction
Image Resizing
When Keystone correction works, the image may be shrunk or enlarged. Use ◄ or ► to enlarge or
shrink the image vertically
Filter Message: Set the interval time to display a message for cleaning the filter, the selectable options are Off, 100H, 500H and 1000H.
Lan/RS232C
This function enables you to select the path for the projector control
Lan: Control the projector by Lan
RS232C: Control the projector by RS232C.
Note:
The Lan and RS232C control are not available when Standby Mode is set to Eco, please make you
the settings before using above functions.
Network
The Network menu contains the general LAN settings
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Link
Display the network connection status
DHCP Client
Select either a static IP (Off) or DHCP IP (On) setting by using ◄ or ►,
On: Enable configuration parameters for IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS automatically.
Off: Set IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS manually.
IP Address
Press ◄ or ► to display IP address input window as below, use ▲or▼ to change the IP address.
Default setting: 192.168.150.002
Subnet Mask
Set Subnet Mask by Using ◄ or ► to select the digit and ▲or▼ to change.
Default setting: 255.155.255.000
Gateway
Set Gateway by Using ◄ or ► to select the digit and ▲or▼ to change
Default setting: 000.000.000.000
DNS
Set DNS by Using ◄ or ► to select the digit and ▲or▼ to change
Default setting: 000.000.000.000
Apply
Apply and save settings, please select Yes to apply the settings.
Note:
 Avoid setting an IP address that duplicates the IP Address of other network equipment.
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 For details about network setting, consult your network administrator.
Reset
All reset
All reset allows you to initialize the settings you have made in the projector, press Enter or ► to reset
the settings.
The follow items can not be initialized
Lamp Timer
Imaged retained using Image Capture
Filter Timer
Filter Timer Reset
The function allows you to reset the filter timer, please make sure to reset the timer after cleaning or
change the dust filter. Press Enter or ► to display the confirmation message and select Yes to reset
the filter timer.
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Input
: Current input source
Signal Info: Current input signal information is displayed.
Lamp timer
: Projector counts each lamp usage and displays the usage.
The lamp life percentage is for reminding the
Filter Timer
: Current filter usage time counted from last reset you made.
Model Name
: The model name is displayed.
Software Version: Current software version is displayed.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the projector
Cleaning the Cabinet
Refer to the following guide to clean the projector cabinet.
1. Wipe off dust with a clean dampened cloth.
2. Moisten the cloth with warm water and mild detergent and wipe the cabinet.
3. Rinse all detergent from the cloth and wipe the projector again.
Caution:
To prevent discoloration or fading of the case, do not use abrasive alcohol-based cleaners.
Cleaning the Lens
Refer to the following guide to clean the projector lens.
1. Apply a little optic lens cleaner to a clean, lint free cloth (do not apply the cleaner directly to the
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2. Lightly wipe the lens in a circular motion.
Caution:
 Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents.
 To prevent discoloration or fading, avoid getting cleaner on the projector case.
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Cleaning the Filters
The projector uses three filters to keep the fans free of dust and other particles, and should be
cleaned every 500 hours of operation. In dusty environments, it is recommended to clean the filters
more frequently. If the filter is dirty or clogged, your projector may overheat. When the message below is displayed, the filters must be cleaned.
Note:
When the Please clean filter message is displayed, please clean all three filters at the same time to
synchronize the Filter time display.
The Filter Message item should be enabled in the Options menu.
Refer to the following guide to clean the filters.
1.
The left-side and rear filters can be
cleaned as demonstrated in the following images.
Note: Only clean the outside of the
exhaust vents with a vacuum
cleaner.
2.
The rear exhaust vent can be
accessed as shown.
3.
Gently slide the flter holders in the
direction shown.
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4.
Lift the filter foams from all three
filteholders in the direction shown.
Remove them completely from each
filterholder and discard.
5.
Place a replacement foam and
press down firmly
6.
Replace the filter holders by pushing gentlyin the direction shown.
Once the filters are cleaned, please reset the filter timer by using the Clear filter time option in the
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Replacing the Lamps
The projection lamps should be replaced when they burn out. They should only be replaced with a
certified replacement part, contact your local dealer if unsure.
Note:
 Lamps are positioned differently. Take care not to force the lamps when replacing.
. Installation of both lamp modules (Lamp 1 and Lamp 2) is required to operate the projector in
dual or single lamp mode. If only a single lamp module is installed, the projector's lamp will not turn
on and will appear as a lamp failure.
Important:
 The lamp contains a certain amount of mercury and should be disposed of according to local ordinance regulations.
 Avoid touching the glass surface of the new lamp: doing so may shorten its operation life.
Caution:
Lamp Handling Precautions
 This projector uses a high-pressure lamp which must be handled carefully and properly. Improper
handling may result in accidents, injury, or create a fire hazard.
 Lamp life may differ from lamp to lamp and according to the environment of use. There is no
guarantee of the same life for each lamp. Some lamps may fail or terminate their life in a shorter
period of time than other similar lamps.
 If the projector indicates that the lamp should be replaced, i.e., if LAMP 1 and/or LAMP 2 light up,
replace the lamp with a new one IMMEDIATELY after the projector has cooled down. (Follow carefully the instructions in the Lamp Replacement section of this manual.) Continuous use of the lamp
with LAMP 1 and/or LAMP 2 lighted may increase the risk of lamp explosion.
 A Lamp may explode as a result of vibration, shock or degradation as a result of hours of use as
its lifetime draws to an end. Risk of explosion may differ according to the environment or conditions
in which the projector and lamp are being used.
If a lamp explodes, the following safety precautions should be taken:
Disconnect the projector’s AC plug from the AC outlet immediately. Contact an authorized service
station for a checkup of the unit and replacement of the lamp. Additionally, check carefully to ensure that there are no broken shards or pieces of glass around the projector or coming out from the
cooling air circulation holes. Any broken shards found should be cleaned up carefully. No one
should check the inside of the projector except those who are authorized trained technicians and
who are familiar with projector service. Inappropriate attempts to service the unit by anyone, especially those who are not appropriately trained to do so, may result in an accident or injury caused
by pieces of broken glass.
The projection lamp should be replaced when it burns out. It should only be replaced with a certified replacement part, which you can order from your local dealer.
Warning:
Be sure to turn off and unplug the projector at least 30 minutes before replacing the lamp. Failure
to do so could result in a severe burn.
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Note:
Safety glasses should be worn when replacing the lamp while the projector is ceiling mounted.
1.
Remove the four screws on the
lamp cover (A), and lift the lamp
cover as shown (B).
B
A
2.
Loosen the two captive screws
on the lamp module (A). Lift the
module handle up as shown (B).
A
B
3.
Pull firmly on the module handle
in the direction shown to remove
the lamp.
4.
Reverse steps 1 to 3 to install
the new lamp module(s) and replace the lamp cover.
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APPENDIX
Troubleshooting
Indicator Messages
Several indicator messages are used by the projector to alert users of problems with setup or internal
parts. The LEDs on the top surface of the projector show the status of the WARNING and lamp 1/2
as well as the general working order of the projector through the WARNING LED.
The following tables describe the various states of the 4 LEDs.
LED INDICATOR
LED CONDITION
Power Indicator
Off
AC off
Red on
Standby
Green on
Power on
Orange blinks
Projector is under cooling
Green blinks
Start up
Green on
Normal, lamp mode is set to Normal
Orange on
Normal, lamp mode is set to ECO
Green blinks
Lamp model is set to Normal and is warming up
Orange blinks
Lamp model is set to Eco and is warming up
Lamp indicator
LED INDICATOR
LED CONDITION
Warning indicator
Red blinks
PROJECTOR STATUS
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The lamp cover is open.
The internal temperature is abnormally high.

The temperature around the projector are high

Red blinks 2 times

Air intake may be blocked.


Use the projector in an environment with the temperature of lower than 104oF (40oC).
Relocate the projector to an area with proper ventilation.
Internal circuit may be fail.
The internal temperature is abnormally high.
Orange blinks

Cooling fan breakdown.

Air intake may be blocked

Internal circuit may be fail.
Contact with your nearest authorized dealer or service center.
Lamp indicator
The lamp does not illuminate
Red blinks

No lamp is installed or lamp should be replaced.
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LED INDICATOR
LED CONDITION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The lamp does not illuminate
Red blinks 2 times
(Repeatedly)

The lamp is shut down abnormally.

The lamp is burnt out

Lamp circuit failure
Contact with your nearest authorized dealer or service center.
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 suspend 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.
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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.
Problem: The image is blurred
1. Adjust the Focus on the projector .
3. Press the AUTO SYNC button on the remote control or projector.
4. Ensure the projector-to-screen distance is within the specified range.
5. Check that the projector lens is clean.
6. Remove the lens cover.
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 button on the remote control to correct the problem.
Problem: The image is reversed or upside down

Check the Ceiling & Rear setting on the Setting menu of the OSD.
Problem: The image is streaked
1. Adjust the Phase and Clock on the Signal 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 Picture settings.
Lamp 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.
4. If you have replaced the lamp recently, try resetting the lamp connections.
5. Replace the lamp module.
6. Remove the lens cap.
7. Put the old lamp back in the projector and have the projector serviced.
Problem: The lamp goes off
8. Power surges can cause the lamp to turn off. Press the power button twice to turn off the
projector. When the Power LED is orange, press the power button.
9. Replace the lamp module.
10. Put the old lamp back in the projector and have the projector serviced.
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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. Turn off any fluorescent lights in the room.
4. Check the battery polarity.
5. Replace the batteries.
6. Turn off other Infrared-enabled devices in the vicinity.
7. Have the remote control serviced.
8. Ensure that the remote control code conforms to the projector's code.
9. Ensure that the reset switch in the compartment lid on back of the remote control is set to
use position.
Audio Problems
Problem: There is no sound
1. Adjust the volume on the remote control.
2. Adjust the volume of the audio source.
3. Check the audio cable connection.
4. Test the source audio output with other speakers.
5. Have the projector serviced.
Problem: The sound is distorted
1. Check the audio cable connection.
2. Test the source audio output with other speakers.
3. Have the projector serviced.
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. Return the projector
to the place you purchased it.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Projector Specifications
Model
D6515
D6015W
Display Devices
0.7”,1- DLP Chip
0.65”,1-DLP Chip
Resolution
XGA(1024x768)
WXGA(1280x800)
Optional Lens
F number
F 1.64 ~1.86
Zoom
Power, 1.3X,(f=26.0-34.0mm)
Focus
Power
Lens Shift
Power(V:+50% / H:±10%
Projection Lamp
280W x 2 lamps
Speaker
3W x2 (Stereo)
Input Terminals
DV-D(Compatible with HDCP)
X1
Computer/Component(5BNC)
X1
Computer/Component(D-sub 15p)
X1
Component(RCA)
X1,Y/Pb(Cb)/Pr(Cr)
S-Video(min Din 4 pin)
X1
Video(RCA)
X1
Audio(φ3.5mm stereo min jack)
X3
Audio L& R (RCA)
X1
Output
Computer/Component(D-sub 15 p)
X1
Terminals
Audio(φ3.5mm stereo min jack)
X1
Trigger
X1 (DC 12V Output)
Control and
Lan(RJ-45)
X1
Service
RS-232C
X1
terminal
USB(Type B) for service
X1
Power Requirement
AV 100 - 240V, 50/60Hz
Input Current
7.3A
Power Consumption(standby Mode: Standard/Eco)
715W(20.3W/<0.5W) with AC 110V
675W(21.3W/<0.5W) with AC 240V
Operation Temperature
41℉ to 104℉ (5℉ to 40℉)
Storage Temperature
14℉ to 140℉(-10℉ to 60℉), 5% to 90% humidity (non-condensing)
Dimensions
20" (W) x 7.7" (H) x 15.3" (D)
508 mm (W) x 195 mm (H) x 389 mm (D)
(not including protrusions)
Weight
37.5 lb/17 kg
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Lens options
The parts listed below are optionally available. When ordering those parts, specify the item name and
Model No. to the sales dealer.
Part number
Projection Lens
F Number
Focus Length
(mm)
Throw Ratio
D6515
D6015W
Fixed Lens
1.85
f=11.6
0.79:1
0.8:1
Short Throw Zoom Lens
1.85-2.5
f=18.7-26.5
1.30-1.85:1
1.31-1.87:1
Standard Zoom Lens
1.7-1.9
f=26.0-34.0
1.79-2.35:1
1.81-2.38:1
Medium Zoom Lens
1.86-2.48
f=32.9-54.2
2.30-3.81:1
2.33-3.86:1
Long Zoom Lens
1.85-2.41
F=52.8-79.1
3.71-5.57:1
3.76-5.64:1
Ultra Long Zoom Lens
1.85-2.48
F=78.5-121.9
5.50-8.56:1
5.56-8.67:1
208.6
Cabinet Dimensions
389.2
389.2
508
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Pin Assignments of Mini D-Sub 15 Pin Input Connector
Signal Levels
Video signal:
Sync signal:
PIN NUMBER
0.7Vp-p (Analog)
TTL level
RGB SIGNAL (ANALOG)
YCBCR SIGNAL
1
Red
Cr
2
Green or Sync on Green
Y
3
Blue
Cb
4
Ground
5
Ground
6
Red Ground
Cr Ground
7
Green Ground
Y Ground
8
Blue Ground
Cb Ground
9
No Connection
10
Sync Signal Ground
11
No Connection
12
Bi-directional DATA (SDA)
13
Horizontal Sync or Composite Sync
14
Vertical Sync
15
Data Clock
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Compatible Input Signal List
The following table shows compatible signal types, their resolution and frequency refresh rates.
Horizontal: 15kHz, 31kHz to 90 kHz, Vertical: 50 Hz to 85 Hz
Mode
Resolution
H-Sync (KHz)
V-Sync (Hz)
Analog
Digital
640x480
31.5
60
O
O
37.9
72
O
O
37.5
75
O
O
VGA
SVGA
800x600
XGA
1024x768
1280x720
1280x768
WXGA
1280x800
WXGA+
85
O
56
O
O
37.9
60
O
O
48.1
72
O
O
46.9
75
O
O
53.7
85
O
O
48.4
60
O
56.5
70
O
O
60.0
75
O
O
68.7
85
O
45.0
60
O
O
47.8
60
O
O
49.7
60
O
O
62.8
75
O
1360x768
47.7
60
O
1366x768
47.7
60
O
1440x900
55.9
60
O
1152x864
67.5
75
O
1280x960
SXGA
43.3
35.2
1280x1024
60
60
O
O
64.0
60
O
O
80.0
75
O
O
O
SXGA+
1400x1050
65.3
60
O
WSXGA+
1680x1050
65.3
60
O
UXGA
1600x1200
75.0
60
O
VGA (MAC 13”)
640 x480
34.9
67
O
SVGA (MAC 16”)
832x624
49.7
75
O
XGA (MAC 19”)
1024x768
60.2
75
O
SXGA (MAC 21”)
1152x870
68.7
75
O
Resolution
H-Sync (KHz)
V-Sync (Hz)
Analog
Digital
800x600
37.9
60
O
O
77.1
120
O
O
O
O
3D Supported Timing
Mode
VGA
XGA
1024x768
1280x800
WXGA
1280x720
48.4
60
98.6
120
49.7
60
101.6
120
45.0
60
92.6
120
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DVT
Signal
SDTV
EDTV
HDTV
Vertical Frequency(Hz)
Horizontal Frequency(Hz)
Analog
480i
15.7
60.0
O
Digital
576i
15.6
50.0
O
480p
31.5
60.0
O
O
576p
31.3
50.0
O
O
720p
45.0
60.0
O
O
720p
37.5
50.0
O
O
1080i
33.8
60.0
O
O
1080i
28.1
50.0
O
O
1080p
56.3
50
O
O
1080p
67.5
60
O
O
Note:
 An image with higher or lower resolution than the projector’s native resolution will be compressed.
 Some Composite and Sync on Green signals may not be displayed correctly.
 Signals other than those specified in the table above may not be displayed correctly. If this should
happen, change the refresh rate or resolution on your PC. Refer to Display Properties help section of
your PC for procedures.
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RS232 Control Commands and Cable Connections
This projector provides a function to control and monitor the projector's operations by using the RS232C serial port.
Cable Connection
Connector (DIN-9P)
RS232C Connection
Pin 1, 4, 6 and 9 are not used.
Note:
 Jumper “Request to Send” and “Clear to Send” together on both ends of the cable to simplify the
cable connection.
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Control Command
There are two types of the command, Get commands and Set Command, the command is structured by the Header code,
command code, data code and end code. All of commands contain ASCII test string ending with an ASCII carriage return
character.
For example:
Set Command
<header code>S<command>[CR]
Set Power On
Set Command with data
ASCII: V99 S 0001 [CR]
Projector return: P
Hex : 56 39 39 53 30 30 30 31 0D
Projector return: 50
<header code>S<command><data>[CR]
Set brightness to 25
Set Command
ASCII: V99 S 0101 25 [CR]
Projector return: P
Hex : 56 39 39 53 30 31 30 31 32 35 0D
Projector return: 50
<header code>G<command>[CR]
Get brightness (brightness is 18)
ASCII: V99 G 0101 [CR]
Projector return: P 18
Hex : 56 39 39 47 30 31 30 31 0D
Projector return: 50 31
38
The operation commands are divided into five group (00-04), the group number is the first two digits of the command.
Command Group 00
Operation
ASCII
HEX
Description
Return String
Set Power On
V99S0001
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 30H 30H 31H 0DH
P/F
Set Power Off
V99S0002
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 30H 30H 32H 0DH
P/F
Set Auto Image
V99S0003
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 30H 30H 33H 0DH
P/F
Get Lamp 1 usage
V99G0004
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 30H 30H 34H 0DH
Pn/F
Get Filter Timer
V99G0005
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 30H 30H 35H 0DH
N=0~999999 Pn/F
Set System Reset
V99S0006
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 30H 30H 36H 0DH
Get System Status
V99G0007
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 30H 30H 37H 0DH
P/F
0: Reset
1: Standby
Pn/F
2: Operation
3: Cooling
Get Firmware Version
V99G0008
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 30H 30H 38H 0DH
Pn/F
Get Lamp 2 usage
V99G0010
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 30H 31H 30H 0DH
Pn/F
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Command Group 01
Operation
ASCII
HEX
Description
Get Brightness setting
V99G0101
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 31H 30H 31H 0DH
N=-30~30
Set the Brightness
V99S0101n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 31H 30H 31H n 0DH N=-30~30
Get contrast setting
V99G0102
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 31H 30H 32H 0DH
Set the Contrast
V99S0102n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 31H 30H 32H n 0DH N=-30~30
Get Color setting
V99G0103
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 31H 30H 33H 0DH
Set the Color
V99S0103n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 31H 30H 33H n 0DH N=-30~30
Get Tint setting
V99G0104
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 31H 30H 34H 0DH
Set the Tine
V99S0104n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 31H 30H 34H n 0DH N=-30~30
Get Sharpness setting
V99G0105
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 31H 30H 35H 0DH
Set the Sharpness
V99S0105n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 31H 30H 35H n 0DH N=-30~30
Get the Color Temperature
V99G0106
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 31H 30H 36H 0DH
N=-30~30
N=-30~30
N=-30~30
N=-30~30
0: Warm
Return String
Pn/F
P/F
Pn/F
P/F
Pn/F
P/F
Pn/F
P/F
Pn/F
P/F
Pn/F
1: Standard
2: Cold
Set the Color Temperature
V99S0106n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 31H 30H 36H n 0DH 0: Warm
P/F
1: Standard
2: Cold
Command Group 02
Operation
ASCII
HEX
Description
Return String
Set Input source to RGB
V99S0201
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 32H 30H 31H 0DH
P/F
Set Input source to BNC
V99S0202
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 32H 30H 32H 0DH
P/F
Set Input source to Component V99S0203
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 32H 30H 33H 0DH
P/F
Set Input source to Video
V99S0204
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 32H 30H 34H 0DH
P/F
Set Input source to S-Video
V99S0205
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 32H 30H 35H 0DH
P/F
Set Input source to DVI
V99S0206
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 32H 30H 36H 0DH
P/F
Get current Input source
V99G0220
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 32H 32H 30H 0DH
0:RGB
1:BNC
2:Component
3:Video
4:S-Video
5:DVI
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Command Group 03
Operation
Get Aspect Ratio setting
ASCII
V99G0301
HEX
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 33H 30H 31H 0DH
Description
0: Normal
Return String
Pn/F
1: Full
2: 4:3
3 :16:9
4 :Native
Set Aspect Ratio
V99S0301n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 33H 30H 31H n 0DH 0: Normal
P/F
1: Full
2: 4:3
3 :16:9
4 :Native
Get AV Mute setting
V99G0302
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 33H 30H 32H 0DH
0: Off
Pn/F
1: On
Set AV Mute
V99S0302n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 33H 30H 32H n 0DH 0: Off
P/F
1: On
Get Freeze setting
V99G0304
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 33H 30H 34H 0DH
0: Off
Pn/F
1: On
Set Freeze setting
V99S0304n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 33H 30H 34H n 0DH 0: Off
P/F
1: On
Get Volume setting
V99G0305
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 33H 30H 35H 0DH
Set Volume setting
V99S0305n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 33H 30H 35H n 0DH n=0~60
P/F
Get Projection Mode
V99G0308
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 33H 30H 38H 0DH
Pn/F
n=0~60
0:Front
Pn/F
1:Rear
2:Ceiling + Front
3:Ceiling + Rear
Set Projection Mode
V99S0308n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 33H 30H 38H n 0DH 0:Front
P/F
1:Rear
2:Ceiling + Front
3:Ceiling + Rear
Get Keystone setting
V99G0309
56H 39H 39H 47H 30H 33H 30H 39H 0DH
n= -80~80
Pn/F
Set Keystone
V99S0309n
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 33H 30H 39H n 0D
n= -80~80
P/F
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Command Group 04( Remote Control Buttons)
Operation
ASCII
HEX
Description
Return String
ON
V99S0401
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 30H 31H 0DH
P/F
OFF
V99S0402
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 30H 32H 0DH
P/F
FOCUS+
V99S0403
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 30H 33H 0DH
P/F
FOCUS-
V99S0404
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 30H 34H 0DH
P/F
TEST PATTERN
V99S0407
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 30H 37H 0DH
P/F
LENS SHIFT
V99S0408
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 30H 38H 0DH
P/F
UP
V99S0409
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 30H 39H 0DH
P/F
DOWN
V99S0410
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 30H 0DH
P/F
LEFT
V99S0411
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 31H 0DH
P/F
RIGHT
V99S0412
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 32H 0DH
P/F
ENTER
V99S0413
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 33H 0DH
P/F
MENU
V99S0414
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 34H 0DH
P/F
RETURN
V99S0415
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 35H 0DH
P/F
INPUT
V99S0416
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 36H 0DH
P/F
PICTURE
V99S0417
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 37H 0DH
P/F
AV MUTE
V99S0418
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 38H 0DH
P/F
AUTO SYNC
V99S0419
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 31H 39H 0DH
P/F
ASPECT
V99S0420
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 32H 30H 0DH
VOL+
V99S0421
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 32H 31H 0DH
P/F
VOL-
V99S0422
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 32H 32H 0DH
P/F
OVERSCAN
V99S0423
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 32H 33H 0DH
P/F
FREEZE
V99S0424
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 32H 34H 0DH
P/F
3D MODE
V99S0425
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 32H 35H 0DH
P/F
INFO.
V99S0426
56H 39H 39H 53H 30H 34H 32H 36H 0DH
P/F
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Screen Trigger
When the projector is powered ON the screen trigger output sends a low voltage trigger to the screen
controller and the screen will go down. When the projector is powered OFF the screen trigger stops
sending a low voltage trigger to the screen controller and the screen will go up.
Note:
See Screen Trigger on page 5 for more information.
Note:
Screen controllers are supplied and supported by screen manufacturers.
Note:
Do not use this jack for anything other than intended use.
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Operation Using HTTP Browser
Overview
The use of HTTP server functions will allow control of the projector from a web browser without the
installation of special software. Please be sure to use “Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x” or a higher
version for the web browser. (This device uses “JavaScript” and “Cookies” and the browser should be
set to accept these functions. The setting method will vary depending on the version of browser.
Please refer to the help files and the other information provided in your software).
Access is gained to the HTTP server functions by specifying the following address in the entry column of the URL:
http:// <the projector’s IP address> /index.html
http:// <the projector's IP address> /lanconf.html
Note:
The display or button responses can be slowed down or operation may not be accepted depending
the settings of your network. Should this happen, consult your network administrator. The projector
may not respond if its buttons are repeatedly pressed in rapid intervals. Should this happen, wait a
moment and repeat. If you still can’t get any response, turn off and back on the projector.
Preparation Before Use
Make network connections, set up the projector and confirm that it is complete before engaging in
browser operations
Operation with a browser that uses a proxy server may not be possible depending on the type of
proxy server and the setting method. Although the type of proxy server will be a factor, it is possible
that items that have actually been set will not be displayed depending on the effectiveness of the
cache, and the contents set from the browser may not be reflected in operation. It is recommended
that a proxy server not be used unless it is unavoidable.
Handling of the Address for Operation by Using a Browser
Regarding the actual address that is entered for the address or entered to the URL column when operation of the projector is via a browser, the host name can be used as it is when the host name
corresponding to the IP address of the projector has been registered to the domain name server by a
network administrator, or the host name corresponding to the IP address of the projector has been
set in the “HOSTS” file of the computer being used.
Example 1:
When the IP address of the projector is 192.168.150.2, access is gained to the HTTP server functions
by specifying http:// 192.168.150.2/index.html for the address or the entry column of the URL.
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Configuring Network Settings
The Network Settings screen is displayed as follows:
http:// <the projector's IP address> /lanconf.html
DOMAIN
Host Name: Type in a host name, up to 60 alphanumeric characters can be used.
Domain Name: Type in domain name of the network connected to the projector. Up to 60 alphanumeric characters
can be used.
Apply: Click to reflect the entries.
MAIL
Error Mail: Click “Enable” to enable Error Mail feature. This option notifies your computer of an error
message via e-mail when using wired LAN. The error message will be notified when the projector
lamp has reached the end of its usable life or an error occurs in the projector.
Orginator Address: Specify the sender’s address. Up to 60 alphanumeric and symbols, characters
can be used.
SMTP Server Name: Type in the SMTP server name to be connected to the projector. Up to 60 alphanumeric characters can be used.
Recipient's Address 1 to 3: Type in your recipient's address. Up to 60 alphanumeric and symbols
characters can be used.
Apply: Click to apply the settings.
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TEST MAIL
Send a test mail to check if your settings are correct. Click to “Execute” to enable this feature.
Test Mail Status Button: Click to display the test result.
Sample of a message sent from the projector:
Projector Name: X X X X
Lamp 1 or 2 Hours Used: xxxx [H]
The lamp is at the end of its usable life. Please replace the lamp.
Note:
 If you entered an incorrect address in a test, you may not receive an Alert mail. Should this happen, check if the Recipient's Address is correctly set.
 Unless any one of the [Sender's Address], [SMTP Server's Name] or [Recipient's Address 1-3] is
selected, [Test Mail] is not available.
PJLINK
This option allows you to set a password when you use the PJLink feature.
On/Off: Enable or disable the password.
Password: Enter a password (up to 32 characters)
Note:
 PJLink is a standardization of protocol used for controlling projectors of different manufacturers.
This standard protocol is established by Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association (JBMIA) in 2005.
 The projector supports all the commands of PJLink Class 1.
PROJECTOR INPUT
PJLINK INPUT
PARAMETER
Computer 1
RGB 1
11
Computer 2
RGB 2
12
Video
VIDEO 1
21
S-Video
VIDEO 2
22
Component
VIDEO 3
23
Computer 3
DIGITAL 1
31
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Structure of the HTTP Server
Once the projector is connected to a network and configured correctly, the following screen is displayed through the web browser.
http:// <the projector's IP address> /index.html
FUNCTION
SETTING
DESCRIPTION
POWER Panel
ON
OFF
This controls the power to the projector
VOLUME Panel
▲ – Increases the volume adjustment value
▼ – Decreases the volume adjustment value
This controls the volume of the projector
AV MUTE Panel
ON – Mutes the video and audio
OFF – Cancels the muting
This controls the AV Mute functions of the
projector
PICTURE Panel
BRIGHTNESS ▲▼ – Increases or decreases the brightness adjustment value
Controls the video adjustments of the projector
CONTRAST ▲▼ – Increases or decreases the contrast adjustment
value
COLOR ▲▼ – Increases or decreases the color adjustment value
TINT ▲▼ – Increases or decreases the hue
adjustment value
SHARPNESS ▲▼ – Increases or decreases the
sharpness adjustment value
SOURCE SELECT
Panel
COMPUTER1 – Switches to the COMPUTER 1 IN connector
COMPUTER2 – Switches to the COMPUTER 2 IN connector
This switches the input connector of the projector
COMPUTER3 – Switches to the DVI-D DCOMPUTER 3 IN connector
COMPONENT – Switches to the COMPONENT IN connectors
VIDEO – Switches to the VIDEO IN connector
S-VIDEO – Switches to the S-VIDEO IN connector
STATUS Panel
Refresh – Updates the panel with the latest information available
Lamp1 life – Displays the remaining life of Lamp 1 as a percentage
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FUNCTION
SETTING
DESCRIPTION
Lamp2 life – Displays the remaining life of Lamp 2 as a percentage
Lamp1 time – Displays the number of hours Lamp 1 has been used
Lamp2 time – Displays the number of hours Lamp 2 has been used
Filter Timer- Display the number of hours counted from last filter timer
reset
PJ time – Displays the number of hours the project has been used
Note:
 The functions that can be controlled will vary depending on the signal being input to the projector
(see Selecting an Input Source on page 21 for more information).
 Standby Mode has to be set to Standard before using HTTP server.
 The lamp life percentage shown here is based on expected lamp life in controlled laboratory conditions. Actual life may vary depending on installation environment, orientation and lamp mode
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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
FCC Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the parties responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Canada
This class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian IECS-003.
Safety Certifications
UL, cUL, FCC, PSB, CCC, and KC.
EN 55022 Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference, in which case
the user may be required to take adequate measures. The typical use is in a conference room, meeting room, or auditorium.
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