Operating Instructions
Functional Manual
DLPTM Projector Commercial Use
PT-DW730E
PT-DW730EL
PT-DX800E
PT-DX800EL
Model No.
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
■ This manual is common to all the models regardless of suffixes of the Model No.
z S: Silver model, the standard zoom lens supplied
K: Black model, the standard zoom lens supplied
LS: Silver model, the lens sold separately
LK: Black model, the lens sold separately
■ Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual
for future use.
■ Before using your projector, be sure to read “Read this first!” ( pages 2 to 8)
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WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
Important
Information
o prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain
WARNING: T
or moisture.
Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3. GSGV, January 18, 1991: The sound pressure level at the operator
position is equal or less than 70 dB (A) according to ISO 7779.
WARNING:
1. Remove the plug from the mains socket when this unit is not in use for a prolonged period of time.
2. To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified
service personnel.
3.Do not remove the earthing pin on the mains plug. This apparatus is equipped with a three prong
earthingtype mains plug. This plug will only fit an earthing-type mains socket. This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug into the mains socket, contact an electrician. Do not defeat the purpose of the
earthing plug.
WARNING:
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case
the user may be required to take adequate measures.
CAUTION:
To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions, which include using
the provided power cord and shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral
device. If you use serial port to connect PC for external control of projector, you must use optional
RS-232C serial interface cable with ferrite core. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to
this equipment will void the user’s authority to operate.
EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
EEE Complies with Directive of Turkey.
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FOR YOUR SAFETY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 13 amp fuse
is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating
of 13 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
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IMPORTANT: THE MOULDED PLUG (U.K. only)
or the BSI mark
on the body of the fuse.
Check for the ASTA mark
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you
lose the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover
can be purchased from an Authorised Service Center.
If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for the mains socket in your home, then the fuse should be
removed and the plug cut off and disposed of safely. There is a danger of severe electrical shock if the
cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp socket.
If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IMPORTANT:
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green - and - Yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured GREEN - AND - YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the
plug which is marked with the letter E or by the Earth symbol
or coloured GREEN or GREEN AND - YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
ASA
L
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13
A2
50
V
N
BS
13
63
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How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
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WARNING:
„„ POWER
The wall outlet or the circuit breaker shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible when problems occur. If the following problems occur, cut off the power supply
immediately.
Continued use of the projector in these conditions will result in fire or electric shock.
zz If foreign objects or water get inside the projector, cut off the power supply.
zz If the projector is dropped or the cabinet is broken, cut off the power supply.
zz If you notice smoke, strange smells or noise coming from the projector, cut off the power supply.
Please contact an Authorized Service Center for repairs, and do not attempt to repair the projector yourself.
During a thunderstorm, do not touch the projector or the cable.
Electric shocks can result.
Do not do anything that might damage the power cord or the power plug.
If the power cord is used while damaged, electric shocks, short-circuits or fire will result.
zz Do not damage the power cord, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it
excessively, twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle.
Ask an Authorized Service Center to carry out any repairs to the power cord that might be necessary.
Completely insert the power plug into the wall outlet and the power connector into the projector terminal.
If the plug is not inserted correctly, electric shocks or overheating will result.
Do not use anything other than the provided power cord.
Failure to observe this will result in electric shocks.
zz Do not use plugs which are damaged or wall outlets which are coming loose from the wall.
Clean the power plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust.
Failure to observe this will cause a fire.
zz If dust builds up on the power plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation.
zz If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the power plug out from the wall outlet.
Pull the power plug out from the wall outlet and wipe it with a dry cloth regularly.
Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.
Failure to observe this will result in electric shocks.
Do not overload the wall outlet.
If the power supply is overloaded (ex., by using too many adapters), overheating may occur and fire will result.
„„ ON USE/INSTALLATION
Do not place the projector on soft materials such as carpets or sponge mats.
Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause burns, fire or damage to the projector.
Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may come into
contact with oily smoke or steam, ex. a bathroom.
Using the projector under such conditions will result in fire, electric shocks or components deterioration.
Components deterioration (such as ceiling mount brackets) may cause the projector which is mounted on the
ceiling to fall down.
Do not install this projector in a place which is not strong enough to take the full weight of the
projector or on top of a surface which is sloped or unstable.
Failure to observe this will cause projector to fall down or tip over the projector, and severe injury or damage
could result.
Do not place another projector or other heavy objects on top of the projector.
Failure to observe this will cause the projector to become unbalanced and fall, which could result in damage or
injury. The projector will be damaged or deformed.
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WARNING:
Do not cover the air inlet port or the air outlet port.
Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause fire or damage to the projector.
zz Do not place the projector in narrow, badly ventilated places such as closets or bookshelves.
zz Do not place the projector on cloth or papers, as these materials could be drawn into the air inlet port.
Do not place your hands or other objects close to the air outlet port.
Doing so will cause burns or damage your hands or other objects.
zz Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not place your hands or face, or objects which cannot
withstand heat close to this port.
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Do not look and place your skin into the lights emitted from the lens while the projector is being used.
Doing so can cause burns or loss of sight.
zz Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. Do not look or place your hands directly into this light.
zz Be especially careful not to let young children look into the lens. In addition, turn off the power and
disconnect the power plug when you are away from the projector.
Never attempt to remodel or disassemble the projector.
High voltages can cause fire or electric shocks.
zz For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not project an image with the lens cover attached.
Doing so can cause fire.
Do not allow metal objects, flammable objects, or liquids to enter inside of the projector. Do not allow
the projector to get wet.
Doing so may cause short circuits or overheating, and result in fire, electric shock, or malfunction of the
projector.
zz Do not place containers of liquid or metal objects near the projector.
zz If liquid enters inside of the projector, consult your dealer.
zz Particular attention must be paid to children.
Use the ceiling mount bracket specified by Panasonic.
Defects in the ceiling mount bracket will result in falling accidents.
zz Attach the supplied safety cable to the ceiling mount bracket to prevent the projector from falling down.
Be sure to ask authorized personnel or your supplier when mounting the product to a ceiling.
This requires an optional ceiling mount bracket.
Model No.: ET-PKD56H (for high ceilings), ET-PKD55S (for low ceilings)
Installation work (such as ceiling mount bracket) should only be carried out by a qualified technician.
If installation is not carried out and secured correctly it can cause injury or accidents, such as electric shocks.
zz Do not use anything other than an authorized ceiling mount bracket.
zz Be sure to use the provided accessory wire with an eye bolt as an extra safety measure to prevent the
projector from falling down. (Install in a different location to the ceiling mount bracket)
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WARNING:
„„ ACCESSORIES
Do not use or handle the batteries improperly, and refer to the following.
Failure to observe this will cause burns, batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.
zz Do not use unspecified batteries.
zz Do not disassemble dry cell batteries.
zz Do not heat the batteries or place them into water or fire.
zz Do not allow the + and - terminals of the batteries to come into contact with metallic objects such as
necklaces or hairpins.
zz Do not store batteries together with metallic objects.
zz Store the batteries in a plastic bag and keep them away from metallic objects.
zz Make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct when inserting the batteries.
zz Do not use a new battery together with an old battery or mix different types of batteries.
zz Do not use batteries with the outer cover peeling away or removed.
If the battery fluid leaks, do not touch it with bare hands, and take the following measures if necessary.
zz Battery fluid on your skin or clothing could result in skin inflammation or injury.
Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately.
zz Battery fluid coming in contact with your eyes could result in loss of sight.
In this case, do not rub your eyes. Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately.
Do not disassemble the lamp unit.
If the lamp breaks, it could cause injury.
Lamp replacement
The lamp has high internal pressure. If improperly handled, an explosion and severe injury or accidents will
result.
zz The lamp can easily explode if struck against hard objects or dropped.
zz Before replacing the lamp, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
Electric shocks or explosions can result if this is not done.
zz When replacing the lamp, turn the power off and allow the lamp it to cool for at least one hour before
handling it otherwise it can cause burns.
Do not allow infants or pets to touch the remote control unit.
zz Keep the remote control unit out of the reach of infants and pets after using it.
Do not use the supplied power cord with devices other than this projector.
zz Using the supplied power cord with devices other than this projector may cause short circuits or
overheating, and result in electric shock or fire.
Remove the depleted batteries from the remote control promptly.
zz Leaving them in the unit may result in fluid leakage, overheating, or explosion of the batteries.
CAUTION:
„„ POWER
When disconnecting the power cord, be sure to hold the power plug and power connector.
If the power cord itself is pulled, the lead will become damaged, and fire, short-circuits or serious electric
shocks will result.
When not using the projector for an extended period of time, disconnect the power plug from the wall
outlet and remove the batteries from the remote control.
Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet before carrying out any cleaning and replacing the unit.
Electric shocks can result if this is not done.
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CAUTION:
„„ ON USE/INSTALLATION
Do not put your weight on this projector.
You could fall or the projector could break, and injury will result.
zz Be especially careful not to let young children stand or sit on the projector.
Do not place the projector in extremely hot locations.
Doing so will cause the outer casing or internal components to deteriorate, or result in fire.
zz Take particular care in locations exposed to direct sunlight or near stoves.
Do not place your hands in the openings beside the optical lens, while shifting the lens.
Failure to observe this could cause injury.
Always disconnect all cables before moving the projector.
Moving the projector with cables still attached can damage the cables, which will cause fire or electric shocks
to occur.
„„ ACCESSORIES
Do not use the old lamp unit.
If used it could cause lamp explosion.
If the lamp has broken, ventilate the room immediately. Do not touch or bring your face close to the
broken pieces.
Failure to observe this will cause the user to absorb the gas which was released when the lamp broke and
which contains nearly the same amount of mercury as fluorescent lamps, and the broken pieces will cause
injury.
zz If you believe that you have absorbed the gas or that the gas has got into your eyes or mouth, seek
medical advice immediately.
zz Ask your dealer about replacing the lamp unit and check the inside of the projector.
Do not attach the air filter unit while it is wet.
Doing so may result in electric shock or malfunctions.
zz After you clean the air filter units, dry them thoroughly before reattaching them.
To remove the battery
Remote Control Battery
1. Press the guide and lift the cover.
2. Remove the batteries.
(ii)
(i)
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Trademarks
• Microsoft® and its logos, Windows®, Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, and Internet Explorer® are the registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
• Macintosh, Mac OS and Safari are the trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the United States and other countries.
• PJLinkTM is a trademark or pending trademark in Japan, the United States, and other countries and regions.
• HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
• Other names, company names or product names used in these operating instructions are the trademarks or registered trademarks
of their respective holders.
Please note that the operating instructions do not include the ® and TM symbols.
Illustrations in these operating instructions
• Note that illustrations of the projector and screens may differ from the ones you actually see.
Page references
• In these instructions, references to pages are indicated as: ( page 00).
Term
• In these instructions, the “Wireless/wired remote control unit” accessories are referred to as the “Remote control”.
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Feature of the Projector
High clarity and high color
reproducibility
▶The unique optical system and lamp
boost control realizes high clarity
and high color reproducibility.
Easy setup and improved
serviceability
▶Extensive lineup of optional lenses
allow more flexible setup of the
projector.
Improved cost performance
in maintenance fee
▶The new filter reduces the
maintenance cost.
Quick Steps
For details, see the corresponding pages.
1. Set up your projector.
( page 21)
2. Attach the projection lens.
( page 29)
3. Connect with other devices.
( page 30)
4. Connect the power cord.
( page 32)
5. Power on.
( page 34)
6. Select the input signal.
( page 36)
7. Adjust the image.
( page 36)
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Contents
Contents
Be sure to read “Read this first!”. ( pages 2 to 8)
Important
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Important Information
Read this first! ............................................ 2
Precautions for Use...................................12
Preparation
Cautions when transporting ............................. 12
Cautions when installing .................................. 12
Security ...........................................................14
Disposal ..........................................................14
Cautions on use .............................................. 15
Accessories .................................................... 16
Optional accessories ....................................... 16
Preparation
About Your Projector ................................17
Getting Started
Remote control................................................ 17
Projector body ................................................. 18
Using Remote control .............................. 20
Inserting and removing the batteries ................20
Setting Remote control ID numbers .................20
Connecting to the projector with a cable ..........20
Basic Operation
Getting Started
Setting up...................................................21
Projection method ........................................... 21
Parts for ceiling mount (optional) .................... 21
Screen size and throw distance .......................22
Adjustable feet ................................................27
Removing/attaching the projection lens... 28
Settings
Removing the projection lens ..........................28
Attaching the projection lens............................29
Connections ............................................. 30
Before connecting to the projector ...................30
Connecting example: AV equipment ............... 31
Connecting example: Computers .................... 31
Maintenance
Basic Operation
Powering ON/OFF..................................... 32
Connecting the power cord..............................32
Power indicator ...............................................33
Powering up the projector ...............................34
Making adjustment and selection .....................34
Powering off the projector ...............................35
Direct power off function..................................35
Appendix
Projecting.................................................. 36
Selecting the input signal .................................36
Adjusting the focus, zoom, and shift ...............36
Moving the lens to the home position ..............36
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Adjustment range by the lens position shift
(optical shift) ............................................37
Basic operations using the remote control ... 38
Using the SHUTTER function ..........................38
Using the on-screen display function ...............38
Switching the input signal ................................38
Using the STATUS function .............................38
Using the automatic setup function ..................39
Using the FUNCTION button ...........................39
Displaying the internal test pattern ...................39
Changing the picture aspect ratio ....................40
Settings
Menu Navigation .......................................41
Navigating through the menu .......................... 41
MAIN MENU....................................................42
SUB MENU ....................................................42
[PICTURE] menu ...................................... 44
[PICTURE MODE] ...........................................44
[CONTRAST] ..................................................44
[BRIGHTNESS] ...............................................44
[COLOR] .........................................................45
[TINT] ..............................................................45
[COLOR TEMPERATURE] ..............................45
[WHITE GAIN] .................................................46
[SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW] ...........................46
[SHARPNESS] ................................................46
[NOISE REDUCTION] .....................................46
[AI] .................................................................47
[SYSTEM SELECTOR] ...................................47
[POSITION] menu ..................................... 48
[SHIFT] ...........................................................48
[ASPECT] .......................................................48
[ZOOM] ...........................................................49
[CLOCK PHASE].............................................50
[KEYSTONE] ..................................................50
[ADVANCED MENU] ..................................51
[DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY]........................... 51
[BLANKING] .................................................... 51
[INPUT RESOLUTION]....................................52
[CLAMP POSITION] ........................................52
[EDGE BLENDING] .........................................52
[RASTER POSITION]......................................53
[DISPLAY LANGUAGE] menu .................. 54
Changing the display language ........................54
[DISPLAY OPTION] menu ........................ 55
[COLOR MATCHING] ......................................55
[COLOR CORRECTION].................................56
[CONTRAST MODE] .......................................56
[SCREEN SETTING] .......................................57
Managing the indicated problems ...................87
Maintenance/Replacement ....................... 89
Before maintaining/replacing the unit ...............89
Maintenance ...................................................89
Replacing the unit ...........................................90
Troubleshooting ....................................... 93
Appendix
Technical Information ............................... 95
PJLink protocol................................................95
Control commands via LAN .............................96
Serial terminal .................................................98
REMOTE 2 IN terminal .................................. 100
Two window display combination list
(PT-DW730E only).................................. 101
Menu lock password...................................... 101
List of compatible signals............................... 102
Specifications ..........................................104
Dimensions ..............................................106
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards .........106
Index ........................................................107
[TEST PATTERN] menu ........................... 67
[TEST PATTERN] ............................................67
[SIGNAL LIST] menu ............................... 68
Settings
Registering a signal to the list .........................68
Renaming the registered data ........................68
Deleting a registered data ...............................68
Managing the sub memory list ........................69
Preparation
[PROJECTOR ID]............................................ 61
[PROJECTION METHOD] ............................... 61
[HIGH ALTITUDE MODE] ................................ 61
[COOLING CONDITION] .................................62
[LAMP SELECT] .............................................62
[LAMP RELAY] ................................................63
[LAMP POWER] ..............................................63
[STANDBY MODE] ..........................................63
[RS-232C] .......................................................63
[REMOTE2 MODE] .........................................64
[STATUS] ........................................................64
[NO SIGNAL SHUT-OFF] ................................65
[FUNCTION BUTTON] ....................................65
[DATE AND TIME] ...........................................65
[SAVE ALL USER DATA] .................................65
[LOAD ALL USER DATA] ................................66
[INITIALIZE].....................................................66
[SERVICE PASSWORD] .................................66
LAMP/TEMP/FILTER Indicators ............... 87
Getting Started
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu ....................61
Maintenance
Basic Operation
[AUTO SIGNAL] ..............................................57
[AUTO SETUP] ...............................................57
[DVI-D IN]........................................................58
[ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] .................................58
[BACK COLOR] ..............................................59
[STARTUP LOGO] ..........................................60
[FREEZE] ........................................................60
[SIDE BY SIDE] (PT-DW730E only) ................... 60
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[SECURITY] menu ................................... 70
Maintenance
[SECURITY PASSWORD]...............................70
[SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE] ...............70
[DISPLAY SETTING] .......................................70
[TEXT CHANGE]............................................. 71
[MENU LOCK] ................................................. 71
[MENU LOCK PASSWORD] ........................... 71
[CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] .......................... 71
[NETWORK] menu ................................... 73
Appendix
[NETWORK SETUP] .......................................73
[NETWORK CONTROL] .................................73
[NETWORK STATUS] .....................................73
Network connections .......................................74
Accessing from the Web browser ...................75
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Precautions
Precautions for Usefor Use
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Cautions when transporting
z Projection lens is susceptible to effects due to vibration or impact. Make sure to remove the lens when transporting.
z When transporting the projector, hold it securely by its bottom and avoid excessive vibration and impacts.
Doing so may damage the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
z Do not transport the projector with the adjustable feet extended. Doing so may damage the adjustable feet.
Cautions when installing
■ After installing the projection lens, make sure to attach the projection
lens cover.
z If the cover is not attached, dust will be accumulated inside and can cause a trouble.
■ Do not set up the projector outdoors.
z The projector is designed for indoor use only.
■ Do not use under the following conditions.
z Places where vibration and impacts occur such as in a car or vehicle: Doing so may damage the internal
parts and result in malfunctions.
z Near the exhaust of an air conditioner: Depending on the conditions of use, the screen may fluctuate due to the hot
air from the air exhaust port or the heated or cooled air from the air conditioner. Take care so that the exhaust from
the projector or other equipment, or the air from the air conditioner does not blow toward the front of the projector.
z Near lights (studio lamps, etc.) where temperature changes greatly (Operating environment ( page 105)):
Doing so may shorten the life of the lamp or result in deformation of the outer case and malfunctions.
z Near high-voltage power lines or near motors: Doing so may interfere with the operation of the projector.
z Place where there is a high-power laser equipment: It may cause malfunction in DLP chips when the laser
beam enters the lens.
■ Be sure to ask a specialized technician when installing the product to a ceiling.
If the product is to be installed hanging from the ceiling, purchase an optional Ceiling Mount Attachment (For
high ceilings: Model No. ET-PKD56H, For low ceilings: Model No. ET-PKD55S). Please call a specialized
technician or contact an Authorized Service Center for installation.
■ Lens Focus
Do not adjust the lens focus in the initial period after switching the projector on. The high clarity projection
lens is thermally affected by the light from the light source, making the focus unstable in the period just after
switching on. Please allow a warm-up time of at least 30 minutes before adjusting the lens focus.
■ Make sure to set [HIGH ALTITUDE MODE] to [ON] when using the
projector at elevations of 1 400 m (4 593 ft) or higher and lower than
2 700 m (8 858 ft) above sea level.
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
■ Make sure to set [HIGH ALTITUDE MODE] to [OFF] when using the
projector at elevations lower than 1 400 m (4 593 ft) above sea level.
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
■ Do not install the projector at elevations of 2 700 m (8 858 ft) or higher
above sea level.
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
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■ Do not use the projector tilted right or left.
Using the projector at a vertical angle that exceeds 15° may reduce product life or result in malfunction.
■ When installing and using the projector at an angle that exceeds 30°
vertically, set [COOLING CONDITION] ( page 62).
Failure to observe this will result in malfunctions or the lamp life or other components will be shortened.
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Precautions for Use
■ Cautions when setting the projectors
z When installing and using the projector with a method other than the floor standing installation using the
adjustable feet, fix the projector using the five screw holes for ceiling mounting (shown in the figure).
(Screw diameter: M6, tapping depth inside the set: 12 mm)
z Use the adjustable feet only for the floor standing installation and for adjusting the angle. If you use it other
than this purpose, the set may be damaged.
Screw holes for ceiling mount (M6)
Adjustable feet
z Do not stack the projectors.
z Do not use the projector tilted at an angle
that exceeds ±15° vertically.
z Do not block the ventilation ports (intake
and exhaust) of the projector.
z Avoid heating and cooling air from the air
conditioning system directly blow to the
ventilation ports (intake and exhaust) of the
projector.
over 500 mm (20")
+15°
–15°
over 500 mm (20")
over 500 mm (20")
over 100 mm (4")
z Do not install the projector in a confined space.
When it is necessary to install in a confined space, install the air conditioning or ventilating installation
separately. Exhaust heat may accumulate when the ventilation is not enough, triggering the protection
circuit of the projector.
z Make a clearance of at least 20 mm between the projector bottom and setting surface by inserting spacers
(metallic) etc. between them.
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Precautions for Use
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Security
Take safety measures against following incidents.
z Personal information being leaked via this product
z Unauthorized operation of this product by a malicious third party
z Interfering or stopping of this product by a malicious third party
Take sufficient security measures. ( page 70)
z Make your password as difficult to guess as possible.
z Change your password periodically.
z Panasonic or its affiliate company never inquires a password directly to a customer. Do not tell your
password in case you receive such an inquiry.
z The connecting network must be secured by firewall or others.
z Set a password and restrict the users who can log in.
Disposal
To dispose of the product, inquire your local authorities or dealer for correct methods of disposal.
The lamp contains mercury. When disposing of used lamp units, contact your local authorities or dealer for correct
methods of disposal.
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Cautions on use
■ In order to get the picture quality
Draw curtains or blinds over windows and turn off any lights near the screen to prevent outside light or light
from indoor lamps from shining onto the screen.
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Precautions for Use
■ Do not touch the surface of the projection lens with your bare hands.
If the surface of the lens becomes dirty from fingerprints or anything else, this will be magnified and projected
onto the screen. Please put the lens cover (accessory) on the projector when you do not use it.
■ DLP chips
z The DLP chips are precision-made. Note that in rare cases, pixels of high precision could be missing or
always lit, but this is not a malfunction.
z Directing a high power laser beam onto the lens surface can damage the DLP chip.
■ Do not move the projector while it is operating or subject it to vibration
or impact.
The service life of its internal motor will be shortened.
■ Lamp
The luminous source of the projector is a mercury lamp with high internal pressure.
A high pressure mercury lamp has following characteristics.
z The brightness of the lamp will decrease by duration of usage.
z The lamp may burst with sound or shorten life by shock or chipping.
z The life of the lamp varies greatly depending on individual specificities and usage conditions. In particular,
continuous use over 22 hours and frequent on/off switching of the power greatly deteriorate the lamp and
affect the lamp life.
z Lamp deterioration accelerates when used continuously for 22 hours or more. Lamp deterioration due to
continuous use can be reduced by using the“LAMP RELAY”function ( page 63).
z In rare cases, the lamp burst shortly after the projection.
z The risk of bursting increases when the lamp is used beyond its replacement cycle. Make sure to replace
the lamp unit consistently. (“When to replace the lamp unit” ( page 91), “Replacing the lamp unit” ( page 92))
z If the lamp bursts, gas contained inside of the lamp is released in a form of smoke.
z It is recommended to store replacement lamps for contingency.
<Software information regarding this product>
© Panasonic Corporation 2011
This product incorporates the following software:
(1)the software which is developed independently by or for Panasonic Corporation
(2)the software which is licensed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE,
and
(3)the software which is licensed under the GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.
For the software categorized as (2) and (3), the license is available in accordance with GNU GENERAL PUBLIC
LICENSE and GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE respectively. As for the terms and conditions,
please refer to the software licence of the supplied CD-ROM.
If you wish to ask any questions as to the software, please contact (sav.pj.gpl.pavc@ml.jp.panasonic.com) by email.
Pursuant to at the directive 2004/108/EC, article 9(2)
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Service Europe, a division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R. Germany
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Precautions for Use
Important
Information
Accessories
Make sure that the following accessories are provided with your projector. Numbers in the brackets ( ) show the
number of accessories.
Wireless/wired remote
control unit (x1)
(N2QAYB000371)
Power cord (x1)
(K2CM3FZ00003)
Power cord (x1)
(K2CT3FZ00003)
Projection lens cover (x1)
(TKPB35101)
Lens cover (x1)
(TKKL5244)
CD-ROM (x1)
(TXFQB02VKP8)
Power cord secure lock
(x1) (TTRA0183)
AA/R6 battery (x2)
(Only for the model with a lens)
(For remote control unit)
Attention
z After unpacking the projector, discard the power cord cap and packaging material properly.
z For lost accessories, consult your dealer.
z The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
z Store small parts in an appropriate manner, and keep them away from young children.
Optional accessories
Optional accessories
(product name)
Model No.
Projection lens
ET-DLE055 (fixed-focus lens), ET-DLE080 (ultra short-focus zoom lens),
ET-DLE150 (short-focus zoom lens), ET-DLE250 (medium-focus zoom lens),
ET-DLE350 (long-focus zoom lens), ET-DLE450 (ultra long-focus zoom lens)
Ceiling mount bracket
ET-PKD56H (for high ceilings), ET-PKD55S (for low ceilings)
Replacement lamp unit
ET-LAD60A (1 pc), ET-LAD60AW (2 pcs)
Replacement filter unit
ET-EMF300
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About Your Projector
About Your Projector
■ Top
Remote control signal emitters
■ Front
(1)
(2)
(3)
(10)
(4)
(11)
(5)
(6)
(12)
(13)
(7)
(14)
(8)
(9)
(15)
(16)
(17)
■ Bottom
Remote control wired terminal
( page 20)
(1) Remote control indicator
Flashes by pressing any buttons.
(2) STANDBY ( ) button
Sets the projector to the standby mode when the <MAIN POWER> switch on the
projector is set to <ON>.
(3) POWER ON (
) button
Starts projection when the <MAIN POWER> switch on the projector is set to <ON>
and in the standby mode.
(4) Input Selection (<RGB1>, <RGB2>, <DVI-D>, <VIDEO>, and <S-VIDEO>) buttons
Switches the input signal to project. ( page 38)
(5) <MENU> button/<ENTER> button/ ▲▼◀▶ buttons
Use it to operate the menu screen. ( page 41)
(6) <ON SCREEN> button
Switches on (display)/off (not display) the on-screen display function. ( page 38)
(7) <TEST PATTERN> button
Displays the test pattern. ( page 39)
(8) Number (<0> - <9>) buttons
Use it when the system uses multiple projectors.
Used to input the ID numbers or passwords.
(9) <STATUS> button
Displays the information of the projector.
(10) <AUTO SETUP> button
Automatically adjusts the image display position while projecting the image.
[PROGRESS] is displayed on the screen while the image is adjusted automatically.
( page 39)
(11) <SHUTTER> button
Use it to temporarily turn off the image. ( page 38)
(12) <ASPECT> button
Switches the aspect ratio of the image. ( page 40)
(13) Lens (<FOCUS>, <ZOOM>, and <SHIFT>) buttons
Adjusts the projection lens. ( pages 34, 36)
(14) <FUNCTION> button
You can assign a frequently used operation and use as a shortcut button. ( page 39)
(15) <DEFAULT> button
Restores the contents of the sub-menu to the factory default setting. ( page 41)
(16) <ID SET> button
Sets the ID number of the remote control when the system uses multiple projectors.
( page 20)
(17) <ID ALL> button
Simultaneously controls all the projectors with one remote control when the system
uses multiple projectors. ( page 20)
Attention
z Do not drop the remote control.
z Avoid contact with liquids or moisture.
z Do not attempt to modify or disassemble the remote control.
Note
z The <SDI> button cannot be used.
z The remote control can be used within a distance of about 30 m if pointed
directly at the remote control receiver. The remote control can control
at angles of up to ±15° vertically and ±30° horizontally, but the effective
control range may be reduced.
z If there are any obstacles between the remote control and the remote
control signal receptor, the remote control may not operate properly. The
signal will be reflected off the screen, but the operating range may differ
due to the screen material.
z If the remote control signal receptor receives strong light such as
fluorescent light directly, the remote control may not operate properly. Use
it in a place distant from the light source.
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Preparation
Remote control
About Your Projector
Projector body
■ Front
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Preparation
(6)
(7)
(8)
(6)
■ Rear
(1)
Power indicator <STANDBY (RED)/ON (GREEN)>
Displays the status of the power.
(2)
Lamp indicator <LAMP1>
Displays the status of the lamp 1.
(3)
Lamp indicator <LAMP2>
Displays the status of the lamp 2.
(4)
Temperature indicator <TEMP>
Displays the status of the internal temperature.
(5)
Filter indicator <FILTER>
Displays the status of the air filter unit.
(6)
Adjustable feet
Adjusts the projection angle.
(7)
Remote control signal receiver (front)
(8)
Projection lens
(Only for the model with a lens)
(9)
Air exhaust port
(10) Lamp unit cover ( page 92)
(11) Control panel ( page 19)
(12) Remote control signal receiver (rear)
(9)
(10)
(11) (12)
(13) Air intake port
(14) Terminals on side ( page 19)
■ Side
(13)
(14)
(15) <MAIN POWER> switch
Turns off/on the main power.
(13)
(16) Security slot
This security slot is compatible with the Kensington
security cables.
Front
(15)(16)(17)
Front
(13)
■ Bottom
(13)
Front
(13)
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(19)
(18)
(13)
(17) AC IN terminal <AC IN>
Connect the supplied power cord.
(18) Air filter cover
There is an air filter unit inside. ( page 89)
(19) Burglar hook port
Attach a commercial burglar prevention cable.
Attention
z Keep your hands and other objects away from the
air exhaust port.
– Keep your hands and face away.
– Do not insert your fingers.
– Keep heat-sensitive articles away.
Heated air from the air outlet port can cause burns,
injury, or deformations.
About Your Projector
■ Control panel
(1)
(2)
(9)
(10)
(3)
(4)
(11)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(12)
(1) STANDBY ( ) button
Sets the projector to the standby mode when the <MAIN
POWER> switch on the projector is set to <ON>.
(2) POWER ON (
) button
Starts projection when the <MAIN POWER> switch on the
projector is set to <ON> and in the standby mode.
(3) <VIDEO> button
Switches to VIDEO input.
(4) <S-VIDEO> button
Switches to S-VIDEO input.
(5) <RGB1> button
Switches to RGB1 input.
(6) <RGB2> button
Switches to RGB2 input.
(7) <DVI-D> button
Switches to DVI-D input.
(8) <AUTO SETUP> button
Automatically adjusts the image display position while
projecting the image.
[PROGRESS] is displayed on the screen while the image
is adjusted automatically. ( page 39)
(9) <MENU> button
Displays and clears the main menu, and returns to the
previous menu when the menu is displayed. ( page 41)
If you press the <MENU> button on the control panel for
at least three seconds while the on-screen indication is off,
the screen off state is canceled.
(10) <LENS> button
Adjusts the focus, zoom, and shift (position) of the lens.
(11) <ENTER> button
Press to activate a menu selection or to initiate a function.
(12) <SHUTTER> button
Use this button to temporarily turn off the image. ( page 38)
(13) ▲▼◀▶ buttons
Use these buttons to select menu items, change settings,
and adjust levels. It is also used to enter the [SECURITY]
password.
■ Terminals on side
(1)
(2)
(3)
(7)
(4)
(8)
(1) LAN terminal <LAN>
This is a terminal to connect to the network.
(2) VIDEO input terminal <VIDEO IN>
This is a terminal to input the VIDEO signal.
(3) S-VIDEO input terminal <S-VIDEO IN>
This is a terminal to input the S-VIDEO signal.
(4) RGB (YPBPR) 1 input terminals <RGB 1 IN> (<R/PR>, <G/
Y>, <B/PB>, <SYNC/HD>, and <VD>)
This is a terminal to input the RGB signal or the YPBPR signal.
(5) RGB2 input terminal <RGB 2 IN>
This is a terminal to input the RGB signal or the YPBPR signal.
(6) DVI-D input terminal <DVI-D IN>
This is a terminal to input the DVI-D signal.
(9)
(5)
(6)
(10)
(7) REMOTE 1 IN terminal <REMOTE 1 IN>/REMOTE 1 OUT
terminal <REMOTE 1 OUT>
These are the terminals to connect the remote control for
serial control when the system uses multiple projectors.
(8) REMOTE 2 IN terminal <REMOTE 2 IN>
This is a terminal to remotely control the projector using the
external control circuit.
(9) SERIAL IN terminal <SERIAL IN>
This is a RS-232C compatible terminal to externally control
the projector by connecting a computer.
(10) SERIAL OUT terminal <SERIAL OUT>
This is a terminal to output the signal connected to the
SERIAL IN terminal.
Attention
z Connect the LAN to the indoor equipment.
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Preparation
(13)
Using
Remote
Using Remote
control control
Inserting and removing the
batteries
1) Open the cover.
Note
z Set the ID number of the projector from the
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu  [PROJECTOR ID]
( page 61).
Connecting to the projector
with a cable
(ii)
(i)
Preparation
2) Insert the batteries and close the cover
(insert the
side first).
When you use the system with multiple projectors,
configure the units as in the following figure. Use a
commercial M3 stereo mini jack cable and connect
the other devices to the <REMOTE 1 IN>/<REMOTE
1 OUT> terminals of the projector.
It is effective to use the remote control in a place
where an obstacle stands in the light path or where
devices are susceptible to the outside light.
Connecting terminals
z When remove the batteries, perform the steps
in the reverse order.
Setting Remote control ID
numbers
When you use the system with multiple projectors,
you can operate all the projectors simultaneously or
each projector individually using single remote control,
if a unique ID number is assigned to each projector.
After setting the ID number of the projector, set same
ID number on the remote control.
The ID number of the projector is set to [ALL] by
the factory default. When using a single projector,
press the <ID ALL> button on the remote control.
■ How to set
1) Press the <ID SET> button on the
remote control.
2) Within five seconds, press the twodigit ID number set on the projector
using the number (<0> - <9>) button.
Attention
z Since setting of the ID number on the remote
control can be performed even without the projector,
do not press the <ID SET> button carelessly. If the
number (<0> - <9>) button is not pressed within five
seconds after the <ID SET> button is pressed, the
ID number returns to that before pressing the <ID
SET> button.
z The ID number set on the remote control will
be stored unless it is set again. However, it will
be erased if the remote control is left with dead
batteries. Set the same ID number again when the
batteries are replaced.
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Connect to the
secondary projector
M3 stereo mini jack cable
(commercial)
Remote
control
Connect to the remote control
wired terminal
Attention
z Use a cable that is 15 m or shorter, with 2 core
shield. The remote control may not operate when
the length of the cable exceeds 15 m or when the
shielding of the cable is inadequate.
Setting up
Setting up
Projection method
You can use the projector with any of the following four projection methods. Select the appropriate method
depending on the environment.
■ Setting on a desk/floor and
projecting from rear
(Using the translucent screen)
Menu item*1
Method
Menu item*1
Method
[PROJECTION
METHOD]
[FRONT/CEILING]
[PROJECTION
METHOD]
[REAR/FLOOR]
[COOLING
CONDITION]
[CEILING SETTING]
[COOLING
CONDITION]
[FLOOR SETTING]
■ Mounting on the ceiling and
projecting from rear
(Using the translucent screen)
■ Setting on a desk/floor and
projecting forward
Menu item*1
Method
Menu item*1
Method
[PROJECTION
METHOD]
[REAR/CEILING]
[PROJECTION
METHOD]
[FRONT/FLOOR]
[COOLING
CONDITION]
[CEILING SETTING]
[COOLING
CONDITION]
[FLOOR SETTING]
*1: For details of the menu items, confirm from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu  [PROJECTION METHOD] ( page 61) and
[COOLING CONDITION] ( page 62).
Parts for ceiling mount (optional)
You can install the projector on the ceiling using the optional ceiling mount bracket (ET-PKD56H: for high ceilings,
ET-PKD55S: for low ceilings).
z Use only the ceiling mount brackets specified for this projector.
z Refer to the installation manual for the ceiling mount bracket when you install the bracket and the projector.
Attention
z To ensure the projector performance and security, installation of the ceiling mount bracket must be carried out
by your dealer or a qualified technician.
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Getting Started
■ Mounting on the ceiling and
projecting forward
Setting up
Screen size and throw distance
Install the projector referring to the following figures and table describing projection distances. Image size and
image position can be adjusted in accordance with the screen size and screen position.
Screen
SH
SD
L (LW/LT)
H
SH
Projected image
SW
SW
L (LW/LT)
Screen
Getting Started
L (LW/LT)*1
Projection distance (m)
SH
Image height (m)
SW
Image width (m)
H
SD
Distance from the center of lens to the image
lower end (m)
Image diagonal size (m)
*1: LW: Minimum projection distance when the zoom lens is used
LT: Maximum projection distance when the zoom lens is used
Attention
z Read “Precautions for Use” ( pages 12 to 16) before installation.
z Do not use the projector and the high-powered laser equipment in the same room.
Hitting of a laser beam on to the lens can damage the DLP chips.
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Setting up
■ Projection distance per projection lens (for PT-DW730E)
z When the screen aspect ratio is 16:10 (unit: m)
(All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements.)
Projection lens Model No.
–
1.8–2.5:1
Throw ratio
*1
Optional lens
FixedUltra shortShort-focus Medium-focus
focus lens focus zoom lens zoom lens
zoom lens
Long-focus Ultra long-focus
zoom lens
zoom lens
ET-DLE055 ET-DLE080
0.8:1
0.8–1.0:1
Projection size
Screen size Height
(SD)
(SH)
ET-DLE150
ET-DLE250
ET-DLE350
ET-DLE450
1.4–2.0:1
2.4–3.8:1
3.8–5.7:1
5.6–9.0:1
Projection distance (L)
Width
(SW)
Min.
Max.
Fixed
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Height
position
(H)*2
1.27 (50")
0.673
1.077
1.91
2.70
0.87
0.87
1.09
1.45
2.12
2.54
4.06
4.00
6.11
5.96
9.60
-0.07–0.34
1.52 (60")
0.808
1.292
2.31
3.26
1.06
1.05
1.32
1.75
2.55
3.07
4.89
4.83
7.36
7.21
11.57 -0.08–0.40
1.78 (70")
0.942
1.508
2.71
3.81
1.24
1.24
1.54
2.05
2.98
3.59
5.72
5.65
8.61
8.46 13.55 -0.09–0.47
9.71 15.53 -0.11–0.54
2.03 (80")
1.077
1.723
3.11
4.37
1.42
1.42
1.77
2.35
3.42
4.12
6.55
6.48
9.86
2.29 (90")
1.212
1.939
3.50
4.92
1.61
1.60
2.00
2.65
3.85
4.64
7.38
7.31
11.11 10.96 17.51 -0.12–0.61
2.54 (100")
1.346
2.154
3.90
5.48
1.79
1.78
2.22
2.95
4.28
5.17
8.20
8.13 12.36 12.22 19.49 -0.14–0.67
3.05 (120")
1.615
2.585
4.70
6.59
2.16
2.15
2.68
3.55
5.15
6.21
9.86
9.79 14.86 14.72 23.45 -0.16–0.81
3.81 (150")
2.019
3.231
5.89
8.25
2.71
2.70
3.36
4.45
6.45
7.79 12.35 12.27 18.61 18.47 29.38 -0.20–1.01
5.08 (200")
2.692
4.308
7.88
11.03
3.63
3.62
4.49
5.95
8.61 10.41 16.49 16.40 24.85 24.73 39.28 -0.27–1.35
6.35 (250")
3.365
5.385
9.86 13.81
–
4.53
5.62
7.45 10.78 13.03 20.63 20.53 31.10 30.99 49.17 -0.34–1.68
7.62 (300")
4.039
6.462
11.85 16.58
–
5.45
6.76
8.96 12.95 15.65 24.77 24.67 37.35 37.25 59.06 -0.40–2.02
8.89 (350")
4.712
7.539
13.84 19.36
–
6.36
7.89 10.46 15.11 18.28 28.91 28.80 43.59 43.51 68.96 -0.47–2.36
10.16 (400")
5.385
8.616
15.83 22.13
–
7.28
9.02
12.70 (500")
6.731
10.770 19.80 27.68
–
9.11
11.29 14.96 21.61 26.14 41.34 41.20 62.33 62.28 98.64 -0.67–3.37
11.96 17.28 20.90 33.06 32.94 49.84 49.76 78.85 -0.54–2.69
15.24 (600")
8.077
12.923 23.78 33.23
–
10.94 13.56 17.96 25.94 31.39 49.62 49.47 74.82 74.80 118.43 -0.81–4.04
*1: The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 2.03-m (80") screen size.
*2: When the fixed-focus lens (ET-DLE055) is attached, the lens shift cannot be used, so the height position (H) will be SH/2.
z When the screen aspect ratio is 16:9 (unit: m)
(All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements.)
Standard
zoom lens
Lens type
Projection lens Model No.
–
1.8–2.5:1
Throw ratio
*1
Optional lens
FixedUltra shortShort-focus Medium-focus
focus lens focus zoom lens zoom lens
zoom lens
Long-focus Ultra long-focus
zoom lens
zoom lens
ET-DLE055 ET-DLE080
0.8:1
0.8–1.0:1
Projection size
Screen size Height
(SD)
(SH)
ET-DLE150
ET-DLE250
ET-DLE350
ET-DLE450
1.4–2.0:1
2.4–3.8:1
3.8–5.7:1
5.6–9.0:1
Projection distance (L)
Width
(SW)
Min.
Max.
Fixed
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Height
position
(H)*2
Max.
1.27 (50")
0.623
1.107
1.97
2.78
0.90
0.89
1.12
1.49
2.18
2.62
4.18
4.11
6.29
6.13
9.87
1.52 (60")
0.747
1.328
2.38
3.35
1.09
1.08
1.35
1.80
2.62
3.15
5.03
4.96
7.57
7.42
11.90 -0.16–0.37
-0.14–0.31
1.78 (70")
0.872
1.550
2.79
3.92
1.28
1.27
1.59
2.11
3.07
3.69
5.88
5.81
8.85
8.70 13.94 -0.19–0.44
2.03 (80")
0.996
1.771
3.19
4.49
1.46
1.46
1.82
2.42
3.51
4.23
6.73
6.66 10.14 9.99 15.97 -0.22–0.50
2.29 (90")
1.121
1.992
3.60
5.06
1.65
1.65
2.05
2.72
3.96
4.77
7.58
7.51
2.54 (100")
1.245
2.214
4.01
5.63
1.84
1.84
2.29
3.03
4.40
5.31
8.44
8.36 12.71 12.56 20.04 -0.27–0.62
11.42 11.28 18.01 -0.25–0.56
3.05 (120")
1.494
2.657
4.83
6.77
2.22
2.21
2.75
3.65
5.29
6.39 10.14 10.06 15.27 15.14 24.11 -0.33–0.75
3.81 (150")
1.868
3.321
6.05
8.49
2.79
2.78
3.45
4.58
6.63
8.01 12.69 12.61 19.13 19.00 30.21 -0.41–0.93
5.08 (200")
2.491
4.428
8.10
11.34
3.73
3.72
4.62
6.12
8.86 10.70 16.95 16.86 25.55 25.43 40.38 -0.55–1.25
6.35 (250")
3.113
5.535
10.14 14.19
–
4.66
5.78
7.66
11.08 13.40 21.21 21.11 31.97 31.86 50.54 -0.69–1.56
7.62 (300")
3.736
6.641
12.18 17.04
–
5.60
6.94
9.21 13.31 16.09 25.46 25.36 38.39 38.29 60.71 -0.82–1.87
8.89 (350")
4.358
7.748
14.23 19.90
–
6.54
8.11
10.75 15.53 18.79 29.72 29.61 44.81 44.72 70.88 -0.96–2.18
10.16 (400")
4.981
8.855
16.27 22.75
–
7.48
9.27 12.29 17.76 21.48 33.98 33.86 51.23 51.16 81.05 -1.10–2.49
12.70 (500")
6.226
11.069 20.36 28.46
–
9.36
11.60 15.38 22.21 26.87 42.49 42.35 64.07 64.02 101.39 -1.37–3.11
15.24 (600")
7.472
13.283 24.44 34.16
–
11.24 13.93 18.46 26.67 32.26 51.00 50.85 76.91 76.89 121.73 -1.64–3.74
*1: The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 2.03-m (80") screen size.
*2: When the fixed-focus lens (ET-DLE055) is attached, the lens shift cannot be used, so the height position (H) will be SH/2.
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Getting Started
Standard
zoom lens
Lens type
Setting up
z When the screen aspect ratio is 4:3 (unit: m)
(All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements.)
Standard
zoom lens
Lens type
Projection lens Model No.
Throw ratio
–
2.2–3.0:1
*1
Optional lens
FixedUltra shortShort-focus Medium-focus
focus lens focus zoom lens zoom lens
zoom lens
Long-focus Ultra long-focus
zoom lens
zoom lens
ET-DLE055 ET-DLE080
1.0:1
1.0–1.2:1
Projection size
Screen size Height
(SD)
(SH)
ET-DLE150
ET-DLE250
ET-DLE350
ET-DLE450
1.6–2.4:1
2.9–4.6:1
4.5–6.9:1
6.8–10.8:1
Projection distance (L)
Width
(SW)
Min.
Max.
Fixed
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Height
position
(H)*2
Max.
1.27 (50")
0.762
1.016
2.18
3.07
0.99
0.99
1.24
1.65
2.40
2.89
4.61
4.54
6.94
6.78 10.90 -0.08–0.38
1.52 (60")
0.914
1.219
2.63
3.70
1.20
1.20
1.50
1.99
2.89
3.48
5.55
5.48
8.35
8.20 13.14 -0.09–0.46
1.78 (70")
1.067
1.422
3.08
4.33
1.41
1.40
1.75
2.33
3.38
4.08
6.48
6.42
9.76
9.62 15.38 -0.11–0.53
2.03 (80")
1.219
1.626
3.53
4.95
1.62
1.61
2.01
2.67
3.87
4.67
7.42
7.35
11.18 11.03 17.62 -0.12–0.61
Getting Started
2.29 (90")
1.372
1.829
3.98
5.58
1.83
1.82
2.27
3.01
4.36
5.26
8.36
8.29 12.59 12.45 19.86 -0.14–0.69
2.54 (100")
1.524
2.032
4.43
6.21
2.03
2.03
2.52
3.35
4.85
5.86
9.30
9.22 14.01 13.87 22.10 -0.15–0.76
3.05 (120")
1.829
2.438
5.33
7.47
2.45
2.44
3.03
4.03
5.83
7.04
11.17 11.09 16.83 16.70 26.58 -0.18–0.91
3.81 (150")
2.286
3.048
6.68
9.35
3.07
3.06
3.80
5.04
7.31
8.82 13.98 13.90 21.08 20.95 33.30 -0.23–1.14
9.76
11.79 18.67 18.58 28.15 28.03 44.49 -0.31–1.52
5.08 (200")
3.048
4.064
8.92 12.49
4.11
4.10
5.09
6.74
6.35 (250")
3.810
5.080
11.17 15.64
–
5.13
6.37
8.44 12.21 14.76 23.36 23.26 35.22 35.12 55.69 -0.38–1.91
7.62 (300")
4.572
6.096
13.42 18.78
–
6.17
7.65 10.14 14.66 17.73 28.05 27.94 42.29 42.20 66.89 -0.46–2.29
8.89 (350")
5.334
7.112
15.67 21.92
–
7.21
8.94
10.16 (400")
6.096
8.128
17.92 25.06
–
8.24 10.22 13.54 19.56 23.67 37.42 37.30 56.43 56.37 89.29 -0.61–3.05
11.84 17.11 20.70 32.74 32.62 49.36 49.28 78.09 -0.53–2.67
12.70 (500")
7.620
10.160 22.42 31.34
–
10.32 12.78 16.94 24.47 29.60 46.80 46.65 70.57 70.53 111.68 -0.76–3.81
15.24 (600")
9.144
12.192 26.92 37.63
–
12.39 15.35 20.34 29.37 35.54 56.18 56.01 84.71 84.70 134.08 -0.91–4.57
*1: The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 2.03-m (80") screen size.
*2: When the fixed-focus lens (ET-DLE055) is attached, the lens shift cannot be used, so the height position (H) will be SH/2.
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Setting up
■ Projection distance per projection lens (for PT-DX800E)
z When the screen aspect ratio is 4:3 (unit: m)
(All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements.)
Standard
zoom lens
Projection lens Model No.
–
Throw ratio*1
2.2–3.0:1
Optional lens
FixedUltra shortShort-focus Medium-focus
focus lens focus zoom lens zoom lens
zoom lens
*2
Long-focus Ultra long-focus Height position (H)
zoom lens
zoom lens
ET-DLE055 ET-DLE080
ET-DLE150
ET-DLE250
ET-DLE350
ET-DLE450
1.6–2.4:1
2.9–4.6:1
4.5–6.9:1
6.8–10.8:1
Screen size Height Width
Min.
(SD)
(SH) (SW)
Max.
Fixed
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Standard
zoom lens/
ET-DLE150/
ET-DLE080
ET-DLE250/
ET-DLE350/
Max. ET-DLE450
1.27 (50") 0.762 1.016 1.78
2.51
0.81
0.81
1.01
1.34
1.97
2.36
3.78
3.71
5.68
5.53
8.91
0–0.38 0.08–0.38
1.52 (60") 0.914 1.219 2.15
3.03
0.98
0.98
1.22
1.62
2.37
2.85
4.55
4.48
6.84
6.69 10.75
0–0.46 0.09–0.46
1.78 (70") 1.067 1.422 2.52
3.55
1.15
1.15
1.43
1.90
2.77
3.34
5.32
5.25
8.01
7.86 12.60
0–0.53 0.11–0.53
2.03 (80") 1.219 1.626 2.90
4.06
1.32
1.32
1.64
2.18
3.18
3.83
6.09
6.02
9.17
9.02 14.44
0–0.61 0.12–0.61
2.29 (90") 1.372 1.829 3.26
4.58
1.49
1.49
1.86
2.46
3.58
4.32
6.86
6.79 10.33 10.19 16.28
0–0.69 0.14–0.69
2.54 (100") 1.524 2.032 3.63
5.10
1.66
1.66
2.07
2.74
3.98
4.80
7.63
7.56
11.50 11.35 18.12
0–0.76 0.15–0.76
3.05 (120") 1.829 2.438 4.37
6.13
2.01
2.00
2.49
3.30
4.79
5.78
9.18
9.10 13.82 13.68 21.81
0–0.91 0.18–0.91
3.81 (150") 2.286 3.048 5.48
1.0:1
1.0–1.2:1
Projection size
Projection distance (L)
7.68
2.52
2.51
3.12
4.14
6.00
7.24
11.49 11.41 17.31 17.18 27.33
0–1.14 0.23–1.14
5.08 (200") 3.048 4.064 7.33 10.16
3.38
3.36
4.18
5.54
8.02
9.69 15.34 15.26 23.13 23.00 36.54
0–1.52 0.31–1.52
6.35 (250") 3.810 5.080 9.18 12.85
–
4.21
5.23
6.94 10.03 12.13 19.20 19.11 28.94 28.83 45.76
0–1.91 0.38–1.91
7.62 (300") 4.572 6.096 11.03 15.43
–
5.07
6.29
8.33 12.05 14.57 23.06 22.96 34.76 34.66 54.97
0–2.29 0.46–2.29
8.89 (350") 5.334 7.112 12.88 18.02
–
5.92
7.34
9.73 14.07 17.01 26.91 26.81 40.57 40.48 64.18
0–2.67 0.53–2.67
10.16 (400") 6.096 8.128 14.73 20.60
–
6.77
8.40
11.13 16.08 19.45 30.77 30.65 46.39 46.31 73.39
0–3.05 0.61–3.05
12.70 (500") 7.620 10.160 18.43 25.77
–
8.48 10.51 13.92 20.12 24.33 38.48 38.35 58.02 57.96 91.81
0–3.81 0.76–3.81
15.24 (600") 9.144 12.192 22.13 30.94
–
10.18 12.62 16.72 24.15 29.22 46.19 46.05 69.65 69.61 110.23 0–4.57 0.91–4.57
*1: The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 2.03-m (80") screen size.
*2: When the fixed-focus lens (ET-DLE055) is attached, the lens shift cannot be used, so the height position (H) will be SH/2.
z When the screen aspect ratio is 16:9 (unit: m)
(All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements.)
Lens type
Standard
zoom lens
Projection lens Model No.
–
Throw ratio*1
1.8–2.5:1
Optional lens
FixedUltra shortShort-focus Medium-focus
focus lens focus zoom lens zoom lens
zoom lens
*2
Long-focus Ultra long-focus Height position (H)
zoom lens
zoom lens
ET-DLE055 ET-DLE080
0.8:1
0.8–1.0:1
Projection size
ET-DLE150
ET-DLE250
ET-DLE350
ET-DLE450
1.3–2.0:1
2.4–3.8:1
3.7–5.6:1
5.6–8.9:1
Projection distance (L)
Screen size Height Width
Min.
(SD)
(SH) (SW)
Max.
Fixed
Min.
1.27 (50") 0.623 1.107 1.94
2.74
0.89
1.52 (60") 0.747 1.328 2.35
3.31
1.07
1.78 (70") 0.872 1.550 2.75
3.87
2.03 (80") 0.996 1.771 3.15
4.43
Standard
zoom lens/
ET-DLE150/
ET-DLE080
ET-DLE250/
ET-DLE350/
Max. ET-DLE450
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
0.88
1.11
1.47
2.15
2.58
4.12
4.06
6.20
6.05
9.74 -0.21–0.31 -0.16–0.31
1.07
1.34
1.77
2.59
3.11
4.96
4.90
7.47
7.32
11.74 -0.25–0.37 -0.19–0.37
1.26
1.25
1.57
2.08
3.03
3.64
5.80
5.74
8.74
8.59 13.75 -0.29–0.44 -0.23–0.44
1.44
1.44
1.80
2.38
3.47
4.18
6.64
6.57 10.00 9.85 15.76 -0.33–0.50 -0.26–0.50
2.29 (90") 1.121 1.992 3.55
5.00
1.63
1.62
2.03
2.69
3.91
4.71
7.48
7.41
2.54 (100") 1.245 2.214 3.96
5.56
1.82
1.81
2.26
2.99
4.34
5.24
8.32
8.25 12.54 12.39 19.77 -0.41–0.62 -0.32–0.62
11.27 11.12 17.76 -0.37–0.56 -0.29–0.56
3.05 (120") 1.494 2.657 4.76
6.68
2.19
2.18
2.71
3.60
5.22
6.30 10.00 9.93 15.07 14.93 23.79 -0.49–0.75 -0.39–0.75
3.81 (150") 1.868 3.321 5.97
8.37
2.75
2.74
3.40
4.52
6.54
7.90 12.52 12.44 18.87 18.74 29.81 -0.62–0.93 -0.49–0.93
5.08 (200") 2.491 4.428 7.99
11.19
3.68
3.67
4.55
6.04
8.74 10.56 16.72 16.64 25.21 25.09 39.84 -0.82–1.25 -0.65–1.25
6.35 (250") 3.113 5.535 10.01 14.00
–
4.60
5.70
7.56 10.94 13.22 20.93 20.83 31.54 31.44 49.88 -1.03–1.56 -0.81–1.56
7.62 (300") 3.736 6.641 12.02 16.82
–
5.52
6.85
9.08 13.13 15.88 25.13 25.02 37.88 37.78 59.91 -1.23–1.87 -0.97–1.87
8.00 10.61 15.33 18.54 29.33 29.22 44.22 44.13 69.95 -1.44–2.18 -1.13–2.18
8.89 (350") 4.358 7.748 14.04 19.63
–
6.45
10.16 (400") 4.981 8.855 16.05 22.45
–
7.38
9.15 12.13 17.53 21.20 33.53 33.41 50.55 50.48 79.98 -1.64–2.49 -1.30–2.49
12.70 (500") 6.226 11.069 20.09 28.08
–
9.24
11.45 15.18 21.92 26.52 41.93 41.79 63.22 63.17 100.05 -2.06–3.11 -1.62–3.11
15.24 (600") 7.472 13.283 24.12 33.71
–
11.10 13.75 18.22 26.31 31.84 50.33 50.18 75.89 75.87 120.12 -2.47–3.74 -1.94–3.74
*1: The throw ratio is based on the value during projection onto a 2.03-m (80") screen size.
*2: When the fixed-focus lens (ET-DLE055) is attached, the lens shift cannot be used, so the height position (H) will be SH/2.
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Getting Started
Lens type
Setting up
■ Projection distance calculation formula per projection lens (for PT-DW730E)
Lens type
Aspect ratio
16:10
Standard zoom lens
–
16:9
Model No.: ET-DLE055
L = 1.7717 x SD (m) – 0.0746
16:10
Max. (LT)
–
16:9
4:3
–
–
L = 2.4724 x SD (m) – 0.0725
L = 0.7244 x SD (m) – 0.0476
L = 0.7441 x SD (m) – 0.0476
L = 0.8189 x SD (m) – 0.0476
Min. (LW)
L = 0.7205 x SD (m) – 0.0471
Max. (LT)
L = 0.8937 x SD (m) – 0.0442
Min. (LW)
L = 0.7402 x SD (m) – 0.0471
Max. (LT)
L = 0.9173 x SD (m) – 0.0442
Min. (LW)
L = 0.8150 x SD (m) – 0.0471
16:9
Getting Started
16:10
Model No.: ET-DLE150
16:9
4:3
16:10
Medium-focus zoom lens
Model No.: ET-DLE250
16:9
4:3
16:10
Long-focus zoom lens
Model No.: ET-DLE350
16:9
4:3
16:10
Ultra long-focus zoom lens Model No.: ET-DLE450
16:9
4:3
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L = 1.6102 x SD (m) – 0.0746
L = 2.2480 x SD (m) – 0.0725
4:3
Short-focus zoom lens
L = 2.1850 x SD (m) – 0.0725
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
16:10
Ultra short-focus zoom lens Model No.: ET-DLE080
L = 1.5669 x SD (m) – 0.0746
Max. (LT)
Min. (LW)
4:3
Fixed-focus lens
Projection distance (L) formula
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
L = 1.0118 x SD (m) – 0.0442
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
L = 1.1811 x SD (m) – 0.0540
L = 1.7047 x SD (m) – 0.0498
Min. (LW)
L = 1.2165 x SD (m) – 0.0540
Max. (LT)
L = 1.7520 x SD (m) – 0.0498
Min. (LW)
L = 1.3386 x SD (m) – 0.0540
Max. (LT)
L = 1.9291 x SD (m) – 0.0498
Min. (LW)
L = 2.0630 x SD (m) – 0.0800
Max. (LT)
L = 3.2598 x SD (m) – 0.0792
Min. (LW)
L = 2.1220 x SD (m) – 0.0800
Max. (LT)
L = 3.3504 x SD (m) – 0.0792
L = 2.3386 x SD (m) – 0.0800
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
L = 3.6929 x SD (m) – 0.0792
Min. (LW)
L = 3.2559 x SD (m) – 0.1351
Max. (LT)
L = 4.9173 x SD (m) – 0.1346
Min. (LW)
L = 3.3465 x SD (m) – 0.1351
Max. (LT)
L = 5.0551 x SD (m) – 0.1346
Min. (LW)
L = 3.6850 x SD (m) – 0.1351
Max. (LT)
Min. (LW)
L = 5.5669 x SD (m) – 0.1346
L = 4.9291 x SD (m) – 0.3017
Max. (LT)
L = 7.7913 x SD (m) – 0.2991
Min. (LW)
L = 5.0630 x SD (m) – 0.3017
Max. (LT)
L = 8.0079 x SD (m) – 0.2991
Min. (LW)
L = 5.5787 x SD (m) – 0.3017
Max. (LT)
L = 8.8189 x SD (m) – 0.2991
Setting up
■ Projection distance calculation formula per projection lens (for PT-DX800E)
Aspect ratio
L = 1.4567 x SD (m) – 0.0746
Max. (LT)
L = 2.0354 x SD (m) – 0.0725
Min. (LW)
L = 1.5866 x SD (m) – 0.0746
Max. (LT)
L = 2.2165 x SD (m) – 0.0725
4:3
–
L = 0.6732 x SD (m) – 0.0476
16:9
–
Min. (LW)
L = 0.7323 x SD (m) – 0.0476
L = 0.6693 x SD (m) – 0.0471
4:3
Standard zoom lens
–
16:9
Fixed-focus lens
Model No.: ET-DLE055
4:3
Ultra short-focus zoom lens Model No.: ET-DLE080
16:9
4:3
Short-focus zoom lens
Model No.: ET-DLE150
16:9
4:3
Medium-focus zoom lens
Model No.: ET-DLE250
16:9
4:3
Long-focus zoom lens
Projection distance (L) formula
Min. (LW)
Model No.: ET-DLE350
16:9
4:3
Ultra long-focus zoom lens Model No.: ET-DLE450
16:9
Max. (LT)
L = 0.8307 x SD (m) – 0.0442
Min. (LW)
L = 0.7323 x SD (m) – 0.0471
Max. (LT)
L = 0.9055 x SD (m) – 0.0442
Min. (LW)
L = 1.1024 x SD (m) – 0.0540
Max. (LT)
L = 1.5866 x SD (m) – 0.0498
Min. (LW)
L = 1.2008 x SD (m) – 0.0540
Max. (LT)
L = 1.7283 x SD (m) – 0.0498
L = 1.9213 x SD (m) – 0.0800
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
L = 3.0354 x SD (m) – 0.0792
Min. (LW)
L = 2.0945 x SD (m) – 0.0800
Max. (LT)
L = 3.3071 x SD (m) – 0.0792
Min. (LW)
L = 3.0315 x SD (m) – 0.1351
Max. (LT)
L = 4.5787 x SD (m) – 0.1346
Min. (LW)
L = 3.3031 x SD (m) – 0.1351
Max. (LT)
Min. (LW)
L = 4.9882 x SD (m) – 0.1346
L = 4.5866 x SD (m) – 0.3017
Max. (LT)
L = 7.2520 x SD (m) – 0.2991
Min. (LW)
L = 5.0000 x SD (m) – 0.3017
Max. (LT)
L = 7.9016 x SD (m) – 0.2991
Adjustable feet
The adjustable feet can be extended by turning it as shown in the figure. It is retracted by turning it in the opposite
direction. (Projection angle can be adjusted vertically.)
Adjustable range
Front adjustable feet: 30 mm
Attention
z Heated air is blowing out from the air exhaust port while the lamp is on. Do not touch the air exhaust port
directly when adjusting the adjustable feet.
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Getting Started
Lens type
Removing/attaching
thelens
projection lens
Removing/attaching the projection
Perform the following steps when removing/attaching the standard zoom lens or the optional lens.
Move the lens to the home position before replacing or removing the lens. ( page 36)
Attention
z Replace the projection lens after turning off the power of the projector.
z Do not touch the lens signal receiver. Dust or dirt may cause defective contact.
z Do not touch the lens surface with your bare hands.
z Before attaching the projection lens, remove the dust sponge attached to the projector and the lens cover
attached to the projection lens.
z For the ultra short-focus zoom lens (ET-DLE080), the procedure for removing/attaching the lens is different.
For details, refer to the instruction manual supplied with ET-DLE080.
Removing the projection lens
1) Turn the projection lens cover counterclockwise and remove.
Getting Started
Projection lens cover
(i)
(ii)
2) While pressing the lens release button, turn the projection lens counterclockwise all
the way, and remove the projection lens.
(iii)
Projection lens
(ii)
(i) Lens release button
Attention
z Store the removed lens where it will be free from vibration and impact.
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Removing/attaching the projection lens
Attaching the projection lens
1) Remove the projection lens cover, align the guide of the projection lens to the guide
groove on the projector, and then insert the projection lens.
Groove
Guide
Getting Started
Projection lens
2) Turn the projection lens clockwise until it clicks.
3) Attach the projection lens cover aligning the marking (groove *1) to the tip of the
arrow on the projector (*2), and then turn and secure the projection lens cover until
the *1 groove aligns with the *3 marking.
(i)
Projection lens cover
*3
*2
(ii)
*1
Attention
z Turn the projection lens counterclockwise to confirm that it does not come out.
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Connections
Connections
Before connecting to the projector
z Read carefully the instruction manual for the device to be connected.
z Turning off the power switch of the devices before connecting cables.
z If any connection cable is not supplied with the device, or if no optional cable is available for the connection of
the device, prepare a necessary system connection cable to suit the device.
z Video signals containing too much jitter may cause the images on the screen to randomly wobble or wafture. In
this case, a time base corrector (TBC) must be connected.
z The projector accepts the following signals: VIDEO, S-VIDEO, analog RGB (with TTL sync. Level) and digital
signal.
z Some computer models are not compatible with the projector.
z Use a compensator when you connect each of equipment to the projector using long cables. Otherwise the
image may not be output properly.
■ <S-VIDEO IN> terminal pin assignments and signal names
Pin No.
Outside view
(1)
(1)
(2)
Getting Started
(2)
(3)
(3)
(4)
(4)
Signal names
Ground (luminance signal)
Ground (color signal)
Luminance signal
Color signal
■ <RGB 2 IN> terminal pin assignments and signal names
Pin No.
Outside view
(11)
(1)
(15)
(2)
(3)
(6)
(10)
(12)
(13)
(1)
(14)
(5)
(15)
Signal names
R/PR
G/Y
B/PB
DDC data
SYNC/HD
VD
DDC clock
(4) and (9) are not used.
(5) - (8) , (10), and (11) are GND
terminals.
■ <DVI-D IN> terminal pin assignments and signal names
Pin No.
Outside view
Pin No.
(6)
Signal name
T.M.D.S data 2T.M.D.S data 2+
T.M.D.S data 2/4
shield
–
–
DDC clock
(7)
DDC data
(19)
(8)
(20)
(9)
–
T.M.D.S data 1-
(10)
T.M.D.S data 1+
(22)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(24)
(5)
(17)
(16)
(9)
(8)
(1)
(11)
(12)
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T.M.D.S data 1/3
shield
–
(14)
Signal names
–
+5 V
(15)
GND
(16)
Hot plug detection
T.M.D.S data 0T.M.D.S data 0+
T.M.D.S data 0/5
shield
–
–
T.M.D.S clock
shield
(13)
(17)
(18)
(21)
(23)
T.M.D.S clock+
(24)
T.M.D.S clock-
Connections
Connecting example: AV equipment
VCR (TBC
built-in)
DVD player with HDMI
terminal (HDCP)
Attention
z Always use one of the following when connecting a VCR.
– A VCR with built-in time base corrector (TBC)
– A time base corrector (TBC) between the projector and the VCR
z If nonstandard burst signals are connected, the image may be distorted. In such case, connect the time base
corrector (TBC) between the projector.
Note
z The <DVI-D IN> terminal can be used to connect the projector with an HDMI- or DVI-D compliant device.
However, with some devices the images may not appear. ( page 58)
z To connect an HDMI compatible device, an HDMI-DVI-D conversion cable is required.
z When the DVI-D signal is input, EDID setting may be required depending on the connected device. ( page 58)
Connecting example: Computers
Computer
Computer
Computer
Control
computer
Control
computer
Note
z The <DVI-D IN> terminal is compatible only with single link DVI signals.
z Refer to “List of compatible signals” ( page 102) for the details of the RGB signal from the computer that the
projector supports.
z If you operate the projector using the computer with the resume feature (last memory), it is required to reset
the resume feature to operate the projector.
z When the SYNC ON GREEN signal is input, do not input sync signals to the <SYNC/HD> and <VD> terminals.
z When the DVI-D signal is input, EDID setting may be required depending on the connected device. ( page 58)
Caution
When connecting the projector to a computer or an external device, use the power cord supplied with each
device and commercially available shielded cables.
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Getting Started
or
Powering
ON/OFF
Powering ON/OFF
Connecting the power cord
Be sure to insert the supplied power cord securely to its base to prevent it from coming off.
Confirm that the <MAIN POWER> switch is at the <OFF> side, before connecting the power cord.
■ Attaching
■ Removing
1) Check the shapes of the AC IN terminal
<AC IN> and the power cord connector
and insert the plug securely in the
correct direction.
1) Confirm that the <MAIN POWER>
switch is at the <OFF> side and unplug
the power cord from the outlet.
2) Push down the tab of the power cord
secure lock.
Tab
2) Attach the power cord secure lock
along with the guide on the AC IN
terminal <AC IN>.
Guide
3) Remove the power cord secure lock
upward along with the guide of the AC
IN terminal <AC IN>.
Basic Operation
Guide
3) Push in the tab of the power cord
secure lock until it clicks.
4) Remove the plug from the AC IN
terminal <AC IN>.
Tab
4) Connect the power plug to the outlet.
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Powering ON/OFF
Power indicator
The power indicator informs you of the power status. Check the status of the power indicator <STANDBY (RED)/
ON (GREEN)> before operating the projector.
Power indicator <STANDBY (RED)/ON (GREEN)>
Red
Lit
Green
Lit
Orange
Lit
Status
The main power is switched off.
The power is switched off. (Standby mode)
z Press the POWER ON < > button to start the projection.
When the lamp indicator <LAMP1>/<LAMP2> or temperature
indicator <TEMP> is flashing, you cannot operate the projector.
( page 87)
Projecting.
The projector is getting ready to be switched off.
The power will be switched off momentarily. (Standby mode)
Note
z When the power indicator < STANDBY (RED)/ON (GREEN)> is lit in orange, the fan is operating to cool the
projector.
z Electricity is consumed even in the standby mode (even when the power indicator <STANDBY (RED)/ON
(GREEN)> lit in red).
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Basic Operation
Indicator status
No illumination
No illumination
Powering ON/OFF
3)
5)
4)
8), 10), 11), 12)
3)
5)
4), 11)
2)
1)
7)
Powering up the projector
When using the optional projection lens, attach the
projection lens before turning on the power. ( page 29)
Remove the lens cover beforehand.
6)
9)
6)
8)
10), 12)
9)
Making adjustment and
selection
1) Connect the power plug to the outlet.
It is recommended that the images are projected
continuously for at least 30 minutes before the focus
is adjusted.
2) Press the <ON> side of the <MAIN
POWER> switch to turn on the power.
4) Press the <FOCUS> button to adjust
the focus of the image roughly.
( page 36)
(AC 220 V - 240 V 50 Hz/60 Hz)
Basic Operation
z The power indicator <STANDBY (RED)/ON
(GREEN)> will light in red, and the projector will
enter the standby mode.
3) Press the POWER ON <
> button.
z The power indicator <STANDBY (RED)/ON
(GREEN)> will light in green and soon the
image is projected on the screen.
Note
z If the projector is turned on at about 0°C (32°F), a
warm-up period of approximately five minutes may
be necessary to start projection.
The temperature indicator <TEMP> lights up
during the warm-up period. When the warm-up is
completed, the temperature indicator <TEMP> turns
off and the projection starts. Refer to “Managing
the indicated problems” ( page 87) for the indicator
status.
z If the temperature of the operating environment is
low and warm-up takes more than five minutes, the
projector will judge that a problem has occurred
and the power is automatically set to stand-by. If
this happens, increase the temperature around the
projector so that it is 0°C (32°F) or higher and turn
off the main power, and then turn on the power
again.
z When turning on the power, if [ECO] is
selected in the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu 
[STANDBY MODE] ( page 63), projection will
start approximately ten seconds later than when
[NORMAL] is selected.
z If the direct power off function was used to set
the <MAIN POWER> switch to <OFF> during
projection, the next time the <MAIN POWER>
switch is set to <ON> with the power plug
connected to the outlet, The power indicator
<STANDBY (RED)/ON (GREEN)> will soon light
green and an image will be projected.
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5) Set the projection method using
[PROJECTION METHOD] ( page 61)
and [COOLING CONDITION]
( page 62).
z Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
6) Press the Input Selection (<RGB1>,
<RGB2>, <DVI-D>, <VIDEO>, and
<S-VIDEO>) buttons to select the input
signal. ( page 38)
7) Adjust the front and back, and sideway
tilt of the projector with the adjustable
feet. ( page 27)
8) Press the <SHIFT> button to adjust the
position of the image. ( page 36)
9) If the input signal is RGB, press the
<AUTO SETUP> button. ( page 39)
10) Press the <ZOOM> button to adjust
the size of the image to the screen.
( page 36)
11) Press the <FOCUS> button again to
adjust the focus.
12) Press the <ZOOM> button again to
adjust the zoom and the size of the
image to match the screen.
Powering ON/OFF
3)
STANDBY(RED)/
ON(GREEN)
4)
LAMP
TEMP
1)
2)
1)
FILTER
2)
1) Press the STANDBY <
> button.
2) Press the ◀▶ buttons to select [OK],
and press the <ENTER> button.
(Or press the STANDBY < > button
again.)
z Projection of the image will stop, and the Power
indicator <STANDBY (RED)/ON (GREEN)> on
the projector lights in orange.
(The fan keeps running.)
3) Wait until the power indicator
<STANDBY (RED)/ON (GREEN)> of
the projector turns red (until the fan
stops).
4) Press the <OFF> side of the <MAIN
POWER> switch to turn off the power.
Note
z Do not turn on the power immediately after
turning it off.
In the cooling state of the luminous lamp after the
power is turned off, the lamp may not light up even
if the power is turned on. To light up the lamp, turn
on the power again after the luminous lamp goes
into standby status. Turning on the power while the
lamp is still hot may shorten the lamp life.
z The projector consumes approximately 9 W
power when the power is turned off by the
remote control with the main power of the
projector turned on.
(When [STANDBY MODE] is set to [NORMAL])
If [STANDBY MODE] ( page 63) is set to [ECO],
the power consumption in the standby mode can
be reduced.
Direct power off function
Even if you turn the <MAIN POWER> switch [OFF]
during projection or just after the lamp turns off, the
cooling fan will continue to rotate using internally
stored power. In cases where the <MAIN POWER>
switch is not easily accessible, such as during ceiling
mount, you can safely turn off the power by using
the power breaker switch. This function also works
if a power outage occurs or if the power cable is
accidentally disconnected from the outlet right after
turning off the power.
Note
z If projection was stopped by turning off the power
breaker switch and you turn on the power breaker
again, the power indicator <STANDBY (RED)/ON
(GREEN)> will light in green and projection will
start again.
z When the lamp has been cooled by the direct
power off function, it sometimes takes longer than
usual for the lamp to light up again.
z Confirm that the fan has stopped before packing
the projector to transport or store.
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Basic Operation
Powering off the projector
Projecting
Projecting
Check the connections of the external devices, attachment of the projection lens ( page 29), and connection of
the power cord ( page 32), and turn on the power ( page 34) to start the projection. Select the input signal and
adjust the image.
Selecting the input signal
Select an input signal.
Press the Input Selection (<RGB1>,
<RGB2>, <DVI-D>, <VIDEO>, and
<S-VIDEO>) buttons on the control panel
or the remote control.
z Image for the selected input signal is projected.
Attention
z Images may not be projected properly depending
on the connected device and DVD, video tape, etc.
to be played.
Select a system format matching the input
signal from the [PICTURE] menu  [SYSTEM
SELECTOR] ( page 47).
z Confirm the aspect ratio of the screen to project
and the image, and switch to an optimum aspect
ratio from the [POSITION] menu  [ASPECT]
( page 48).
Basic Operation
Adjusting the focus, zoom,
and shift
If the projected image or the position is not correct
when the positioning of the projector and the screen is
correctly installed, adjust the focus, zoom, and shift.
■ At the projector
1) Press the <LENS> button on the
control panel.
z Pressing the button changes the setup screen
in the order of [FOCUS] [ZOOM], and [SHIFT].
2) Select each item and press ▲▼◀▶ to
adjust it.
■ Using the remote control
1) Press the Lens (<FOCUS>, <ZOOM>,
and <SHIFT>) buttons on the remote
control.
z <FOCUS> button:
Adjusts focus.
z <ZOOM> button:
Adjusts zoom.
z <SHIFT> button:
Adjusts shift.
2) Select each item and press ▲▼◀▶ to
adjust it.
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Note
z Zoom adjust menu will be displayed even when the
lens without the zoom function is used, but it will
not operate.
z The adjustment can be performed faster by
pressing and holding ▲▼◀▶ for at least three
seconds.
z It is recommended that the images are projected
continuously for at least 30 minutes before the
focus is adjusted.
z [FOCUS] is shown in yellow so that the displayed
menu item can be recognized by color, even
when the projector is not focused and displayed
characters are unreadable. (Factory default)
Displaying color of [FOCUS] is different depending
on the setting in the [OSD DESIGN] menu
( page 59).
Moving the lens to the home
position
1) Press the <LENS> button on the
control panel or the <SHIFT> button
on the remote control for at least three
seconds.
2) While the [HOME POSITION] menu
is displayed (for approximately five
seconds), press the <ENTER> button.
LENS
HOME POSITION
[ENTER] EXECUTE
[MENU] CANCEL
z [PROGRESS] is displayed in the menu screen,
and the lens returns to the home position.
Attention
z The home position of the lens is the lens position
when the lens is being replaced or when the
projector is being stored, and it is not the optical
center of the screen.
Projecting
Adjustment range by the lens position shift (optical shift)
Perform the lens position shift within the adjustment range.
The focus may change when the lens position is shifted out of the adjustment range. This is because the
movement of the lens is restricted to protect the optical parts. Projection position can be adjusted with the optical
axis shift based on the standard projection position in the range shown in the following figures.
Zoom lens
Standard zoom lens, ET-DLE150, ET-DLE250,
ET-DLE350, ET-DLE450
ET-DLE080
0.1 H
0.1 H
0.5 V
Projection screen width, H
0.1 H
0.1 H
Projection screen width, H
0.1 H
0.45 V
0.1 H
0.34 V
Projection
screen height, V
Projection
screen height, V
PT-DX800E
Standard
projection position
Standard
projection position
Projection screen width, H
0.1 H
* The above are the figures when the projector is placed on the floor.
Note
z When the fixed-focus lens (ET-DLE055) is attached, shift adjustment cannot be performed.
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Basic Operation
Projection screen width, H
Standard
projection position
0.5 V
0.1 H
Projection
screen height, V
Projection
screen height, V
PT-DW730E
Standard
projection position
0.6 V
0.6 V
Lens type
Basic
operations
the remote control
Basic operations
using theusing
remote control
Note
z If the <MENU> button on the control panel is pressed
for at least three seconds with the on-screen display
off, the on-screen display is turned on.
Switching the input signal
The input signal for projection can be switched.
button
Press the Input Selection (<RGB1>,
<RGB2>, <DVI-D>, <VIDEO>, and
<S-VIDEO>) buttons on the remote control
or the control panel.
Basic Operation
Using the SHUTTER function
If the projector is not used for a certain period of time
during the meeting intermission, for example, it is
possible to turn off the image temporarily.
button
<RGB1>
Switches the input to RGB1.
<RGB2>
Switches the input to RGB2.
<DVI-D>
Switches the input to DVI-D.
<VIDEO>
Switches the input to VIDEO.
<S-VIDEO> Switches the input to S-VIDEO.
Note
z The <SDI> button cannot be used.
Using the STATUS function
You can display the status of the projector.
1) Press the <SHUTTER> button on the
remote control or the control panel.
z The image disappears.
2) Press the <SHUTTER> button again.
z The image resumes.
Using the on-screen display
function
Turn off the on-screen display function (no display)
when you do not wish the viewers to see the on-screen
display, such as the menu or the input terminal name.
button
Press the <STATUS> button on the remote
control.
z The [STATUS] screen is displayed.
STATUS
INPUT
NAME
SIGNAL FREQUENCY
PROJECTOR RUNTIME
LAMP1
LAMP2
INTAKE AIR TEMP.
OPTICS MODULE TEMP.
button
1) Press the <ON SCREEN> button on the
remote control.
z The on-screen display is turned off.
2) Press the <ON SCREEN> button again.
z The on-screen display is turned on.
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AROUND LAMP TEMP.
REMAINING FILTER
Note
z This can be displayed from the [PROJECTOR
SETUP] menu. ( page 43)
Basic operations using the remote control
The automatic setup function can be used to
automatically adjust the resolution, clock phase, and
picture position when analog RGB signals consisting
of bitmap images such as computer signals are
being input, or to automatically adjust the picture
position when DVI-D/HDMI signals are being input.
(Automatic setup does not work for a movie format
signal such as an output signal of the DVD player.) It
is recommended to supply images with a bright white
border at the rims and characters with high contrast
black and white, when the system is in the automatic
adjustment mode.
Avoid supplying images that include halftones or
gradation, such as photographs and computer
graphics.
button
Press the <AUTO SETUP> button on the
remote control or the control panel.
z [COMPLETE] is displayed when it has
completed without any problem.
Note
z The CLOCK PHASE may shift even if it has
completed without any incident. In such cases,
adjust with the [POSITION] menu  [CLOCK
PHASE] ( page 50).
z If an image with blurred edges or a dark
image is input, [INCOMPLETE] may appear or
adjustment may not be performed properly even
if [COMPLETE] appears. In this case, adjust the
settings in the [ADVANCED MENU] menu  [INPUT
RESOLUTION] ( page 52), [POSITION]  [CLOCK
PHASE] ( page 50), [SHIFT] ( page 48).
z Adjust specific signals according to the [DISPLAY
OPTION] menu  [AUTO SETUP] ( page 57).
z Automatic adjustment may not work depending on
the model of the computer.
z Automatic adjustment may not work for a
synchronization signal of C-SYNC or SYNC ON
GREEN.
z Images may be disrupted for a few seconds during
automatic adjustment, but it is not a malfunction.
z Adjustment is required for each input signal.
z Automatic adjustment can be canceled by
pressing the <MENU> button during the automatic
adjustment operation.
z Even for an RGB signal for which automatic setup
is possible, if automatic setup is performed while
moving images are being input, [INCOMPLETE]
may appear, or adjustment may not be performed
properly even if [COMPLETE] appears.
Using the FUNCTION button
[DISABLE], [SUB MEMORY], [SYSTEM SELECTOR],
[SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW], [FREEZE], or [SIDE
BY SIDE] operations can be assigned to the
<FUNCTION> button on the remote control so that it
can be used as an easy shortcut button.
button
Press the <FUNCTION> button on the
remote control.
Note
z [SIDE BY SIDE] can be set up only with
PT-DW730E.
z Assignment of the button is performed from the
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu  [FUNCTION
BUTTON] ( page 65).
Displaying the internal test
pattern
The projector has nine types of internal test patterns
to check the condition of the set. To display test
patterns, perform the following steps.
button
1) Press the <TEST PATTERN> button on
the remote control.
2) Press ◀▶ to select the test pattern.
Note
z Setting is also available from the [TEST PATTERN]
menu ( page 67).
z Settings of position, size, and other factors will not
be reflected in test patterns. Be sure to display
an actual input signal before performing these
adjustments.
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Basic Operation
Using the automatic setup
function
Basic operations using the remote control
Changing the picture aspect
ratio
You can toggle through aspect ratios to select the one
that is appropriate for the input signal.
button
Press the <ASPECT> button on the
remote control.
z The setting will change as follows each time the
button is pressed.
[VID AUTO]*1

[DEFAULT]
[S1 AUTO]*2

[VID AUTO(PRI.)]*2


Basic Operation
[HV FIT]
[THROUGH]


[V FIT]
[16:9]


[H FIT]

[4:3]
*1: VIDEO, S-VIDEO (NTSC) only
*2: S-VIDEO (NTSC) only
Note
z Some aspect ratios may not be available depending
on the input signal.
Refer to “[ASPECT]” ( page 48) for details.
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Menu Navigation
Menu Navigation
The on-screen menu (Menu screen) is used to perform various settings and adjustments of the projector.
Navigating through the menu
■ Operating procedure
z For some items, press ◀▶ to display an
individual adjustment screen with a bar scale as
shown in the following diagram.
button
CONTRAST
1) Press the <MENU> button on the
remote control or the control panel.
z The [MAIN MENU] screen is displayed.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
DISPLAY OPTION
PROJECTOR SETUP
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
NETWORK
MENU SELECT
SUB MENU
2) Press
to select the main menu item.
z The selected item is highlighted in yellow.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
ADJUST
Note
z Press the <MENU> button to return to the previous
menu.
z Some items may not be adjusted or used for certain
signal formats input to the projector. The menu
items that cannot be adjusted or used are shown in
gray characters, and they cannot be selected.
z Some items can be adjusted even if signals are not input.
z Individual adjustment screen is cleared automatically
if no operation is performed for approximately five
seconds. (Excluding some functions)
z Refer to “MAIN MENU” ( page 42) or “SUB MENU”
( pages 42 to 43) regarding the menu items.
z The selected item is displayed with the yellow
cursor by default. The cursor color depends on the
setting in [OSD DESIGN] ( page 59).
■ Resetting to the factory default
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
If the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control
is pressed, the values set in the menu will be
restored to the factory default settings.
DISPLAY OPTION
PROJECTOR SETUP
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
NETWORK
button
MENU SELECT
ENTER
0
SUB MENU
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The sub-menu items of the selected main menu
are displayed.
Press the <DEFAULT> button on the
remote control.
CONTRAST
0
POSITION
SHIFT
ASPECT
DEFAULT
ADJUST
ZOOM
CLOCK PHASE
0
KEYSTONE
MENU SELECT
ENTER
SUB MENU
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Settings
ENTER
4) Press ▲▼ to select the sub-menu item,
then press ◀▶ to change the settings
or adjust the parameter values.
Menu Navigation
Note
z You cannot reset all the settings to the factory
default at a time.
z To reset all the settings adjusted in the sub-menu
item to the factory default at a time, perform
initialization from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu
 [INITIALIZE] ( page 66).
z Some menu items cannot be reset by pressing the
<DEFAULT> button. Adjust each item manually.
z The triangular mark under the bar scale in the
individual adjustment screen indicates the factory
default setting.
The position of the triangular mark varies by the
selected input signals.
Current setting
Factory default setting
MAIN MENU
Page
Settings
[PICTURE]
42
[POSITION]
42
[ADVANCED MENU]
42
[DISPLAY LANGUAGE]
43
[DISPLAY OPTION]
43
[PROJECTOR SETUP]
43
[TEST PATTERN]
43
[SIGNAL LIST]
43
[SECURITY]
43
[NETWORK]
43
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The sub-menu screen of the selected main menu is
displayed, and you can set and adjust the various
items in the sub-menu.
■ [PICTURE]
Sub-menu item
Factory default
[PICTURE MODE]
[STANDARD]*1
[CONTRAST]
[0]
[BRIGHTNESS]
[0]
[COLOR]
[0]
[TINT]
[0]
[COLOR TEMPERATURE]
[DEFAULT]
[WHITE GAIN]
[10]
[SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW]
[OFF]*1
[SHARPNESS]
[6]
[NOISE REDUCTION]
[1]
[AI]
[ON]
[SYSTEM SELECTOR]
[YPBPR]*1
Page
44
44
44
45
45
45
46
46
46
46
47
47
*1: Depends on the signal input.
There are following ten items in the main menu.
When a main menu item is selected, the screen
changes to a sub-menu selection screen.
Main menu item
SUB MENU
Note
z The factory default settings may vary depending on
the picture mode.
■ [POSITION]
Sub-menu item
[SHIFT]
[ASPECT]
[ZOOM]
[CLOCK PHASE]
[KEYSTONE]
Factory default
―
[DEFAULT]*1
―
[16]
―
Page
48
48
49
50
50
*1: Depends on the signal input.
■ [ADVANCED MENU]
Sub-menu item
[DIGITAL CINEMA
REALITY]
[BLANKING]
[INPUT RESOLUTION]
[CLAMP POSITION]
[EDGE BLENDING]
[RASTER POSITION]
*1: Depends on the signal input.
Factory default Page
[AUTO]*1
51
―
―
[0]
[OFF]
―
51
52
52
52
53
Menu Navigation
■ [DISPLAY LANGUAGE]
■ [SECURITY]
Details ( page 54)
■ [DISPLAY OPTION]
Sub-menu item
[COLOR MATCHING]
[COLOR CORRECTION]
[CONTRAST MODE]
[SCREEN SETTING]
[AUTO SIGNAL]
[AUTO SETUP]
[DVI-D IN]
[ON-SCREEN DISPLAY]
[BACK COLOR]
[STARTUP LOGO]
[FREEZE]
[SIDE BY SIDE]*1
Factory default Page
[OFF]
55
[OFF]
56
[DEFAULT]
56
―
57
[OFF]
57
―
57
―
58
―
58
[BLUE]
59
[DEFAULT
60
LOGO]
―
60
―
60
Sub-menu item
Factory default Page
[SECURITY PASSWORD]
[OFF]
70
[SECURITY PASSWORD
―
70
CHANGE]
[DISPLAY SETTING]
[OFF]
70
[TEXT CHANGE]
―
71
[MENU LOCK]
[OFF]
71
[MENU LOCK PASSWORD]
―
71
[CONTROL DEVICE
―
71
SETUP]
■ [NETWORK]
Sub-menu item
[NETWORK SETUP]
[NETWORK CONTROL]
[NETWORK STATUS]
Factory default Page
―
73
―
73
―
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■ [PROJECTOR SETUP]
[PROJECTION METHOD]
[HIGH ALTITUDE MODE]
[COOLING CONDITION]
[LAMP SELECT]
[LAMP RELAY]
[LAMP POWER]
[STANDBY MODE]
[RS-232C]
[REMOTE2 MODE]
[STATUS]
[NO SIGNAL SHUT-OFF]
[FUNCTION BUTTON]
[DATE AND TIME]
[SAVE ALL USER DATA]
[LOAD ALL USER DATA]
[INITIALIZE]
[SERVICE PASSWORD]
Factory default
[ALL]
[FRONT/
FLOOR]
[OFF]
[FLOOR
SETTING]
[DUAL]
[OFF]
[HIGH]
[NORMAL]
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[DEFAULT]
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[DISABLE]
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Settings
Sub-menu item
[PROJECTOR ID]
Note
z Some items may not be adjusted or used for certain
signal formats to be input to the projector.
The menu items that cannot be adjusted or used
are shown in gray characters, and they cannot be
selected.
z Sub-menu items and factory default settings differ
depending on the selected input terminal.
■ [TEST PATTERN]
Details ( page 67)
■ [SIGNAL LIST]
Details ( page 68)
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[PICTURE]
[PICTURE] menumenu
Select [PICTURE] from the main menu, and
select the item from the sub-menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z After selecting the item, press ▲▼◀▶ to set.
[CONTRAST]
You can adjust the contrast of the colors.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [CONTRAST].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [CONTRAST] individual adjustment screen
is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
Operation
[PICTURE MODE]
You can switch to the desired picture mode suitable
for the image source and the environment in which
the projector is used.
z The [PICTURE MODE] individual adjustment
screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch [PICTURE MODE].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[STANDARD]
[CINEMA]
[GRAPHIC]
[NATURAL]
[DYNAMIC]
Settings
[STANDARD]
The picture becomes suitable for
moving images in general.
[CINEMA]
The picture becomes suitable for
movie sources.
[NATURAL]
The picture complies with sRGB.
[DYNAMIC]
The light output is maximized for
use in bright areas.
[GRAPHIC]
The picture becomes suitable for
input from to the personal computer.
Note
z The factory default picture mode is [GRAPHIC] for
the still image signal input mode, and [STANDARD]
for the movie signal input mode.
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Adjustment
range
Press ▶ .
Brightens the
screen and makes
the color of image
deeper.
Maximum
value +31
Press ◀ .
Darkens the screen
and makes the
color of image
lighter.
Minimum
value -31
1) Press ▲▼ to select [PICTURE MODE].
2) Press ◀▶ or press the <ENTER>
button.
Adjustment
Attention
z Adjust [BRIGHTNESS] first when you need to
adjust the black level.
[BRIGHTNESS]
You can adjust the dark (black) part of the projected
image.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHTNESS].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [BRIGHTNESS] individual adjustment
screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ▶ .
Increases the
brightness of the
dark (black) parts of
the screen.
Maximum
value +31
Press ◀ .
Reduces the
brightness of the
dark (black) parts of
the screen.
Minimum
value -31
[PICTURE] menu
You can adjust the color saturation of the projected
image.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [COLOR] individual adjustment screen is
displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
Adjustment
range
Operation
Adjustment
Press ▶ .
Deepens colors.
Maximum
value +31
Press ◀ .
Weakens colors.
Minimum
value -31
[TINT]
You can adjust the skin tone in the projected image.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [TINT].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [TINT] individual adjustment screen is
displayed.
z When any setting other than [OFF] has been
selected for [COLOR MATCHING] ( page 55)
the [COLOR TEMPERATURE] setting is fixed
to [USER].
■ To further adjust toward the
desired white balance
4) Select [USER] in Step 3).
5) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [WHITE BALANCE] screen is displayed.
6) Press ▲▼ to select [WHITE BALANCE
HIGH] or [WHITE BALANCE LOW].
7) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [WHITE BALANCE HIGH] screen or the
[WHITE BALANCE LOW] screen is displayed.
8) Press ▲▼ to select [RED], [GREEN],
or [BLUE].
9) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
Item
[RED]
3) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
Operation
Press ▶ .
Press ◀ .
Adjustment
Adjusts skin tone
toward greenish
color.
Adjusts skin tone
toward reddish
purple.
Adjustment
range
Maximum
value +31
Minimum
value -31
[COLOR TEMPERATURE]
You can switch the color temperature if the white
areas of the projected image are bluish or reddish.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR
TEMPERATURE].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] individual
adjustment screen is displayed.
[GREEN]
[BLUE]
Operation
Adjustment
Press ▶ .
Deepens
red.
Weakens
red.
Deepens
green.
Weakens
green.
Deepens
blue.
Weakens
blue.
Press ◀ .
Press ▶ .
Press ◀ .
Press ▶ .
Press ◀ .
Adjustment
range
Maximum
value
HIGH: 255
LOW: 63
Minimum
value
HIGH: 0
LOW: 0
Default
HIGH: 255
LOW: 32
Note
z Adjust [COLOR TEMPERATURE] correctly.
All colors will not be displayed properly unless
adequate adjustment is made. If the adjustment
does not look suitable, you can press the
<DEFAULT> button on the remote control to return
the setting for the selected item only to the factory
default setting.
z Internal test pattern ( page 67) will not reflect
the settings of the [COLOR TEMPERATURE].
Be sure to perform the setting of the [COLOR
TEMPERATURE] with the input signal projected.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch [COLOR
TEMPERATURE].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[DEFAULT]
[USER]
[HIGH]
[MIDDLE]
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Settings
[COLOR]
[PICTURE] menu
[WHITE GAIN]
You can adjust the brightness of the white part of the
projected image.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [WHITE GAIN].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [WHITE GAIN] individual adjustment
screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
Operation
Adjustment
Press ▶ .
Increases the
brightness of white.
Makes image
natural.
Press ◀ .
Adjustment
range
Maximum
value +10
Minimum
value 0
[SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW]
You can correct the image to the optimal vividness
even if it is projected under a bright light.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SYSTEM
DAYLIGHT VIEW].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW] individual
adjustment screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch [SYSTEM
DAYLIGHT VIEW].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
Settings
[OFF] (No
correction)
[1] (Low)
[3] (High)
[2] (Medium)
[SHARPNESS]
You can adjust the sharpness of the projected image.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SHARPNESS].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [SHARPNESS] individual adjustment
screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
Operation
Adjustment
Press ▶ .
Contours become
sharper.
Press ◀ .
Contours become
softer.
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Adjustment
range
0 - 15
Note
z When the adjustment value is [15], press ▶ to set
to [0]. Also, when the adjustment value is [0], press
◀ to set to [15].
[NOISE REDUCTION]
You can reduce noises when the input image is
degraded and noise is occurring in the image signal.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [NOISE
REDUCTION].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [NOISE REDUCTION] individual
adjustment screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch [NOISE
REDUCTION].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[1] (Low)
[2] (Medium)
[OFF] (No
correction)
[3] (High)
Attention
z When this is set for an input signal with less noise,
the image may look different from what it originally
was. In such case, set it to [OFF].
[PICTURE] menu
[AI]
You can project the optimal image with contrast
by controlling the gradation in accordance with the
image.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [AI].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [AI] individual adjustment screen is
displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch [AI].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[ON]
■ When entering signals to the
<RGB 1 IN>/<RGB 2 IN> terminal
z Only during 480i, 576i, or 576p signal input
Select [RGB] or [YCBCR].
z Only during VGA60 or 480p signal input
Select [VGA60], [480p], or [480pRGB].
z During movie signal input other than previously
listed
Select [RGB] or [YPBPR].
Note
z Refer to “List of compatible signals” ( page 102) for
compatible signals.
[OFF]
[ON]
AI correction is enabled.
[OFF]
AI correction is disabled.
[SYSTEM SELECTOR]
The projector will automatically detect the input signal,
but you can set the system method manually when
an unstable signal is input. Set the system method
matching the input signal.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SYSTEM
SELECTOR].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
3) Press ▲▼ to select the system
method.
4) Press the <ENTER> button.
Settings
■ When entering signals to the
<VIDEO IN>/<S-VIDEO IN>
terminal
z Select [AUTO], [NTSC], [NTSC4.43], [PAL],
[PAL-M], [PAL-N], [SECAM], or [PAL60].
Attention
z Set it to [AUTO] normally.
z Switch the setting to the signal method for the TV
used. The NTSC signal method is used in Japan.
Note
z Setting [AUTO] will automatically select [NTSC],
[NTSC4.43], [PAL], [PAL-M], [PAL-N], [SECAM], or
[PAL60].
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[POSITION]
[POSITION] menu menu
Select [POSITION] from the main menu, and
select the item from the sub-menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z After selecting the item, press ▲▼◀▶ to set.
[ASPECT]
You can switch the aspect ratio of the image.
The aspect ratio is switched within the screen range
selected in [SCREEN SETTING]. Set [SCREEN
SETTING] first. ( page 57)
1) Press ▲▼ to select [ASPECT].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [ASPECT] individual adjustment screen is
displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch [ASPECT].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[VID AUTO]*1
[SHIFT]
You can move the image position vertically or
horizontally if the image position projected on the
screen is shifted even when the relative position of the
projector and the screen is installed correctly.
[DEFAULT]
[S1 AUTO]*2
[THROUGH]
[HV FIT]
[16:9]
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SHIFT].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [SHIFT] screen is displayed.
3) Press ▲▼◀▶ to adjust the position.
■ For vertical (up and down)
adjustment
Operation
Adjustment
Settings
Press ▲ .
The picture
position moves
up.
Press ▼ .
The picture
position moves
down.
■ For horizontal (right and left)
adjustment
Operation
Press ▶ .
Press ◀ .
Adjustment
The picture
position moves to
the right.
The picture
position moves to
the left.
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[VID AUTO(PRI.)]*2
[V FIT]
[H FIT]
[4:3]
*1: Only during VIDEO or S-VIDEO (NTSC) input.
*2: Only during S-VIDEO (NTSC) input.
■ [DEFAULT]
Pictures are displayed without changing the aspect
ratio of the input signals.
■ [VID AUTO]
The projector identifies the video ID (VID) embedded
in the picture signals and displays the picture by
automatically switching the screen sizes between 4:3
and 16:9. This function is effective for NTSC signals.
■ [S1 AUTO]
The projector identifies the S1 signal and displays the
picture by automatically switching the screen sizes
between 4:3 and 16:9. This function is effective for
S-VIDEO NTSC signals.
■ [VID AUTO(PRI.)]
The projector identifies the above mentioned VID or
S1 signals and displays the picture by automatically
choosing the screen sizes of 4:3 or 16:9 according
to the VID if it is detected or S1 signals if a VID is not
detected. This function is effective for S-Video NTSC
signals.
■ [THROUGH]
Pictures are displayed without changing the resolution
of the input signals.
[POSITION] menu
When standard signals are input, the pictures are
displayed with the aspect ratio converted to 16:9.
When wide-screen signals*2 are input, the pictures are
displayed without changing the aspect ratio.
*1
■ [4 : 3]
When standard signals*1 are input, the pictures are
displayed without changing the aspect ratio. When
wide-screen signals*2 are input and [4:3] is selected
with [SCREEN FORMAT], the aspect ratio is changed
to 4:3. If [4:3] is not selected with [SCREEN FORMAT],
the pictures are reduced so that they will be in the 4:3
screen without changing the input aspect ratio.
■ [H FIT]
The display will use the full width of the screen range
selected with [SCREEN FORMAT]. When signals
have a vertical aspect ratio that is larger than the
screen aspect selected with [SCREEN FORMAT],
the pictures will be displayed with their top or bottom
areas cut off.
■ [V FIT]
The display will use the full height of the screen range
selected with [SCREEN FORMAT].
■ [HV FIT]
The pictures are displayed in the full screen range
selected with [SCREEN FORMAT]. If the aspect
ratios of the input signals and screen range differ,
conversion to the screen aspect set with [SCREEN
FORMAT] is performed and then the pictures are
displayed.
*1: Standard signals are input signals with an aspect ratio of 4:3
or 5:4.
*2: Wide-screen signals are input signals with an aspect ratio
of 16:10, 16:9, 15:9 or 15:10.
Note
z Some size modes are not available for certain types
of input signals. For NTSC signals, [DEFAULT]
cannot be selected.
z If an aspect ratio which is different from the aspect
ratio for the input signals is selected, the pictures
will appear differently from the originals. Be careful
of this when selecting the aspect ratio.
z If using this projector in places such as cafes
or hotels to display programs for a commercial
purpose or for public presentation, note that
adjusting the aspect ratio or using the zoom
function to change the screen pictures may be an
infringement of the rights of the original copyright
owner for that program under copyright protection
laws. Take care when using a function of the
projector such as the aspect ratio adjustment, zoom
function, etc.
z If conventional (normal) 4:3 pictures which are
not wide-screen pictures are displayed on a wide
screen, the edges of the pictures may not be visible
or they may become distorted. Such pictures
should be viewed as with an aspect ratio of 4:3 in
the original format intended by the creator of the
pictures.
[ZOOM]
You can adjust the size of the projected image.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [ZOOM].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [ZOOM] screen is displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select [VERTICAL] or
[HORIZONTAL], then press ◀▶ to
adjust it.
■ When [ASPECT] is set to
[DEFAULT]
1) Press ▲▼ to select [MODE].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [MODE].
[INTERNAL]
[FULL]
Enlarge the size within the aspect
range set in [SCREEN FORMAT].
Enlarges the size of the pictures
using the whole of the display area
selected with [SCREEN FORMAT].
Note
z When [ASPECT] is set to [THROUGH], [ZOOM] is
not displayed.
z When anything but [DEFAULT] is selected for
[ASPECT], [MODE] is not displayed.
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Settings
■ [16 : 9]
[POSITION] menu
[CLOCK PHASE]
■ [KEYSTONE]
You can adjust to achieve an optimal image when
there is a flickering image or smeared outlines.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [CLOCK PHASE].
2) Press ◀▶ or the <ENTER> button.
z The [CLOCK PHASE] individual adjustment
screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
■ [SUB KEYSTONE]
z Adjustment value will change between [0] and
[31]. Adjust so that the amount of interference is
at a minimum.
Note
z Optimal value may not be achieved if the output
from the input computer is unstable.
z Optimal value may not be achieved when there is a
shift in the total dot numbers.
z [CLOCK PHASE] can only be adjusted when a
signal is input in the <RGB 1 IN> terminal or the
<RGB 2 IN> terminal.
z To project a signal with dot clock frequency with
150 MHz or higher, noise may not disappear even if
[CLOCK PHASE] is adjusted.
z [CLOCK PHASE] cannot be adjusted when a digital
signal is input.
z If you press ▶ while the adjustment value is [31],
the value turns to [0]. If you press ◀ while the
adjustment value is [0], the value turns to [31].
[KEYSTONE]
You can correct the trapezoidal distortion that occurs
when the projector is installed tilted or when the
screen is tilted.
Settings
1) Press ▲▼ to select [KEYSTONE].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
3) Select the item to adjust.
4) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
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■ [LINEARITY]
Note
z The menu or logo may run off the screen
when various adjustments are performed with
[KEYSTONE].
z Various adjustments with [KEYSTONE] are possible
to correct up to ±40° for the tilt in vertical direction.
However, the picture quality will degrade and it will
get harder to focus with more correction. Install
the projector so the correction will be as small as
possible. (Correction can be made up to ±30° when
the fixed-focus lens (ET-DLE055) or the ultra shortfocus zoom lens (ET-DLE080) is used.)
z Image size will also change when various
adjustments are performed with [KEYSTONE].
z Trapezoidal distortion may occur depending on the
lens shift position.
z Aspect ratio of the image size may shift depending
on the correction or lens zoom value.
[ADVANCED MENU]
Select [ADVANCED MENU] from the main
menu, and select the item from the sub-menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z After selecting the item, press ▲▼◀▶ to set.
[ADVANCED MENU]
[BLANKING]
The blanking width is adjusted when there are noise
at the edge of the screen or the image is slightly
running out from the screen when an image from the
VCR or other devices are projected.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [BLANKING].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [BLANKING] adjustment screen is
displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select the adjustment
item.
[DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY]
You can increase the vertical resolution and enhance
the picture quality by performing the cinema
processing when the PAL (or the SECAM) 576i signal,
the NTSC 480i, 1080/50i, and 1080/60i signals are
input.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [DIGITAL CINEMA
REALITY].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [DIGITAL CINEMA
REALITY].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[AUTO]
[OFF]
4) Press ◀▶ to adjust the blanking.
z Changes within the following range.
For PT-DW730E
Left to right: 0 - 639
Top to bottom: 0 - 399.
For PT-DX800E
Left to right: 0 - 511
Top to bottom: 0 - 383.
When correcting the upper blanking of the screen (top)
Press ◀ to move the
blanking zone upward.
Press ▶ to move the
blanking zone downward.
[AUTO]
[OFF]
[25p FIXED]
[30p FIXED]
Performs automatic detection
and cinema processing. (Factory
default)
Unforced cinema processing.
Forced cinema processing (2:2
pulldown) is performed when a
576i or 1080/50i signal is input.
Forced cinema processing (2:2
pulldown) is performed when a
480i or 1080/60i signal is input.
Note
z In [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] mode, the picture
quality will degrade when a signal other than the
2:2 pulldown is set as [25p FIXED] or [30p FIXED].
(Vertical resolution will degrade.)
Press ▶ to move the
blanking zone upward.
Press ◀ to move the
blanking zone downward.
When correcting the left hand blanking of the screen (left)
Press ▶ to move the
blanking zone to the right.
Press ◀ to move the
blanking zone to the left.
When correcting the right hand blanking of the screen (right)
Press ◀ to move the
blanking zone to the right.
Press ▶ to move the
blanking zone to the left.
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Settings
When correcting the lower blanking of the screen (bottom)
[25p FIXED]
(when a 576i or 1080/50i signal is input)
[30p FIXED]
(when a 480i or 1080/60i signal is input)
[ADVANCED MENU]
[INPUT RESOLUTION]
You can adjust to achieve an optimal image when
there is a flickering image or smeared outlines.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [INPUT
RESOLUTION].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [INPUT RESOLUTION] screen is
displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select [TOTAL DOTS],
[DISPLAY DOTS], [TOTAL LINES], or
[DISPLAY LINES], and press ◀▶ to
adjust it.
z Values corresponding to the input signal are
displayed automatically for each item. Change
the displayed values and adjust to the optimal
point viewing the screen when there is a vertical
banding or missing in the screen.
Note
z Previously mentioned vertical banding will not occur
with all white signal input.
z The image may be disrupted while performing the
adjustment, but it is not a malfunction.
z [INPUT RESOLUTION] can be adjusted only when
an RGB signal is input in the <RGB 1 IN> terminal
or the <RGB 2 IN> terminal.
z A signal with dot clock frequency with 150 MHz or
higher cannot be adjusted.
[CLAMP POSITION]
You can adjust the optimal point when the black part
of the image is blunt or it has turned green.
Settings
1) Press ▲▼ to select [CLAMP
POSITION].
2) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
z Adjustment value will change between 0 and
255.
z Optimal value of clamp position adjustment
When the black part is blunt:
The point where bluntness of the black part
improves the most is the optimal value.
When the black part is green:
The point where the green part becomes black,
and the bluntness has improved is the optimal
value.
Note
z [CLAMP POSITION] can be adjusted only when a
signal is input in <RGB 1 IN> or <RGB 2 IN>.
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[EDGE BLENDING]
The edge blending function allows multiple projector
images to be seamlessly overlapped by using the
inclination of the brightness at the overlapped area.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [EDGE
BLENDING].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [EDGE
BLENDING].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[OFF]
[OFF]
[ON]
[ON]
Sets the edge blending function to
off.
Sets the edge blending function to
on.
3) Press the <ENTER> button when [ON]
is selected.
z The [EDGE BLENDING] screen is displayed.
4) Press ▲▼ to specify the location to be
corrected.
z When joining at top: Set [UPPER] to [ON].
z When joining at bottom: Set [LOWER] to [ON].
z When joining at left: Set [LEFT] to [ON].
z When joining at right: Set [RIGHT] to [ON].
5) Press ◀▶ to switch [ON] and [OFF].
6) Press ▲▼ to select [START] or
[WIDTH], and press ◀▶ to adjust the
starting point and the overlap width.
■ To display the adjustment marker
7) Press ▲▼ to select [MARKER].
[ADVANCED MENU]
8) Press ◀▶ to switch [ON].
z A marker for image position adjustment is
displayed. The green line is the start point of
edge blending adjusted with [START] in Step
6). The red line is the edge blending end point
adjusted with [WIDTH] in Step 6).The position
where the red and green lines overlap for the
sets to join will be the optimal point.
Make sure to set the correction width for the
sets to join as the same value. Optimal joining
is not possible with the sets with different
correction widths.
The optimal point is where these lines overlap.
18) Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHT
OUTSIDE].
19) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [BRIGHT OUTSIDE] individual adjustment
screen is displayed.
z When [INTERLOCKED] is set to [OFF], [RED],
[GREEN], and [BLUE] can be adjusted.
20) Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
press ◀▶ to adjust the setting.
[OUTSIDE AREA] (right)
Projection range
Edge blending [WIDTH] (right)
[MARKER] (red)
Edge blending [START] (right)
([MARKER] (green))
Green line
Red line
9) Press ▲▼ to select [GAMMA].
10) Press ◀▶ to switch [GAMMA].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[2.2]
[1.8]
[2.0]
11) Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHT
ADJUST].
12) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [BRIGHT ADJUST] screen is displayed.
13) Press ▲▼ to select [BRIGHT INSIDE].
14) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [BRIGHT INSIDE] individual adjustment
screen is displayed.
z When [INTERLOCKED] is set to [OFF], [RED],
[GREEN], and [BLUE] can be adjusted.
15) Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
press ◀▶ to adjust the setting.
z Once the adjustment is completed, press the
<MENU> button to return to the [BRIGHT
ADJUST] screen.
16) Press ▲▼ to select [UPPER],
[LOWER], [LEFT], or [RIGHT] from
[OUTSIDE AREA].
Note
z [BRIGHT ADJUST] is a function to make hard
to notice the black level of the part of the image
overlapping getting brighter when multiple screens
are set using [EDGE BLENDING]. The optimal
point of the correction is set by adjusting the
[BRIGHT INSIDE] so the black level of the image
overlapping area will become the same level as
the non-overlapping area. If the bordering part of
the part where the image is overlapping and the
non-overlapping part gets brighter after adjusting
[BRIGHT INSIDE], adjust the width of the top,
bottom, left, or right. When only the bordering part
became brighter by the width adjustment, adjust
[BRIGHT OUTSIDE].
z The joining part may look discontinuous depending
on the position you are looking from when a screen
with high gain or rear screen is used.
[RASTER POSITION]
This will allow the position of the image to move within
the display area arbitrarily when the input image is not
using the whole display area.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [RASTER
POSITION].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [RASTER POSITION] screen is displayed.
3) Press ▲▼◀▶ to adjust the position.
17) Press ◀▶ to set the area (width)
where [BRIGHT INSIDE] is adjusted.
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Settings
[BRIGHT OUTSIDE]
[BRIGHT INSIDE]
[DISPLAY
LANGUAGE]
menu
[DISPLAY LANGUAGE]
menu
Select [DISPLAY LANGUAGE] from the main
menu, and display the sub-menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z Press ▲▼ to select the language, and press
the <ENTER> button to set.
Changing the display language
You can select the language of the on-screen display.
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
●
z Various menus, settings, adjustment screens,
control button names, etc., are displayed in the
selected language.
z Languages can be selected from English, German,
French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese,
Russian, and Korean.
Settings
Note
z The on-screen display language of the projector is
set to English by default.
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[DISPLAY OPTION] menu
Select [DISPLAY OPTION] from the main menu,
and select the item from the sub-menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z After selecting the item, press ▲▼◀▶ to set.
[DISPLAY OPTION] menu
■ If [3COLORS] or [7COLORS] was
selected in Step 2)
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [3COLORS] or [7COLORS] screen is
displayed.
4) Press ▲▼ to select [RED], [GREEN],
or [BLUE] (if [7COLORS] was selected,
select [RED], [GREEN], [BLUE],
[CYAN], [MAGENTA], [YELLOW], or
[WHITE]).
5) Press the <ENTER> button.
You can correct the color difference between the sets
when multiple sets are to be used simultaneously.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR MATCHING].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [COLOR MATCHING].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[OFF]
[3COLORS]
[MEASURED]
[7COLORS]
Color matching adjustment is not
carried out.
[RED], [GREEN], and [BLUE] can
[3COLORS]
be adjusted.
[RED], [GREEN], [BLUE], [CYAN],
[7COLORS] [MAGENTA], [YELLOW], and
[WHITE] can be adjusted.
Refer to “Adjusting the color
matching using a colorimeter”
[MEASURED]
( page 56) regarding details about
this mode.
[OFF]
6) Press ◀▶ to adjust the level.
z The adjustment values will change between [0]*1
and [2048].
*1: The minimum values differ depending on the color to
adjust.
Note
z Operation when correcting the adjustment color
When the correction color same as the adjustment
color is changed:
Luminance of the adjustment color will change.
When correction color red is changed: Red is
added to or subtracted from the adjustment color.
When correction color green is changed: Green is
added to or subtracted from the adjustment color.
When correction color blue is changed: Blue is
added to or subtracted from the adjustment color.
z This adjustment should be carried out by a person
who is familiar with the projector or by a service
person because a high level of skill is required to
make a successful adjustment.
z Pressing the <DEFAULT> button will restore the
factory default settings for all items.
z When any setting other than [OFF] has been
selected for [COLOR MATCHING], [AI] and [COLOR
CORRECTION] are fixed to [OFF], and [COLOR
TEMPERATURE] is fixed to [USER]. (However,
[WHITE BALANCE HIGH] cannot be adjusted.)
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Settings
[COLOR MATCHING]
z The [3COLORS:RED], [3COLORS:GREEN],
[3COLORS:BLUE], or [3COLORS:WHITE]
screen is displayed.
In case of the [7COLORS], [7COLORS:RED],
[7COLORS:GREEN], [7COLORS:BLUE],
[7COLORS:CYAN], [7COLORS:MAGENTA],
[7COLORS:YELLOW], or [7COLORS:WHITE]
screen is displayed.
[DISPLAY OPTION] menu
■ Adjusting the color matching
using a colorimeter
[RED], [GREEN], [BLUE], [CYAN], [MAGENTA],
[YELLOW], and [WHITE] can be set to preferred
colors using the colorimeter that can measure the
chromaticity coordinates and luminance.
zInputting the current luminance and
chromaticity coordinates
1) Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR MATCHING].
[COLOR CORRECTION]
You can adjust and register colors by input signals.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [COLOR
CORRECTION].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [COLOR
CORRECTION].
[OFF]
2) Press ◀▶ to select [MEASURED].
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [MEASURED MODE] screen is displayed.
[USER]
4) Press ▲▼ to select [MEASURED DATA].
5) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [MEASURED DATA] screen is displayed.
6) Measure the luminance (Y) and the
chromaticity coordinates (x, y) using
the colorimeter.
7) Press ▲▼ to select a color, and press
◀▶ to adjust the setting.
8) Once all the input is completed, press
the <MENU> button.
z The [MEASURED MODE] screen is displayed.
z Inputting the coordinates of a desired
color
1) Press ▲▼ to select [TARGET DATA].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [TARGET DATA] screen is displayed.
Settings
3) Press ▲▼ to select the desired
colors, and press ◀▶ to input their
coordinates.
4) Once all the input is completed, press
the <MENU> button.
Note
z Correct colors cannot be displayed when the target
data is out of the color range for the projector.
z When [AUTO TESTPATTERN] is set to [ON],
adjustment test pattern for the selected adjustment
color is automatically displayed.
z When measuring the measurement data using a
measurement device such as a colorimeter, start
the measurement after setting [PICTURE MODE]
to [DYNAMIC].
z There may be differences between the chromaticity
coordinates of the target data and measured values
of the colorimeter depending on the measurement
device used and measurement environment.
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Standard setting
The six colors of red, green, blue,
cyan, magenta, and yellow can be
adjusted and registered for each of
the four signal methods of VIDEO,
S-VIDEO, RGB, and YPBPR/
YCBCR. Set the details by pressing
the <ENTER> button.
[CONTRAST MODE]
There are two types of contrast modes. Set in
accordance with the environment of usage.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [CONTRAST MODE].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [CONTRAST MODE].
[NORMAL]
[HIGH]
Sets the brightness to maximum.
Sets the contrast to maximum.
[DISPLAY OPTION] menu
[AUTO SIGNAL]
You can set the screen size.
You can correct to the optimal image position
matching to the set screen when the aspect ratio of
the projected image is changed. Set in accordance
with the screen used.
Image display positions can be automatically adjusted
without pressing the <AUTO SETUP> button on
the remote control every time, in cases that an
unregistered signal is to be input frequently in a
situation such as a conference.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SCREEN SETTING].
1) Press ▲▼ to select [AUTO SIGNAL].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [SCREEN SETTING] screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch [SCREEN FORMAT].
■ PT-DW730E
[16:10]
[16:9]
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [AUTO SIGNAL].
[OFF]
[OFF]
[ON]
■ PT-DX800E
[4:3]
[16:9]
4) Press ▲▼ to select [SCREEN
POSITION].
5) Press ◀▶ to adjust [SCREEN
POSITION].
z In case of PT-DW730E, vertical positions can
be adjusted between -40 and +40.
z In case of PT-DX800E, vertical positions can be
adjusted between -96 and +96.
Note
z [SCREEN POSITION] cannot be adjusted
when [SCREEN FORMAT] is set to [16:10] for
PT-DW730E, and when [SCREEN FORMAT] is set
to [4:3] for PT-DX800E.
[ON]
Turns off the auto signal function.
Automatic setup is executed
automatically when the projected
image is changed to an
unregistered signal.
[AUTO SETUP]
You can set when adjusting a special signal or
horizontally long (16:9, etc.) signal.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [AUTO SETUP].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [AUTO SETUP] screen is displayed.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch [MODE].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[DEFAULT]
[DEFAULT]
[WIDE]
[USER]
[WIDE]
[USER]
Select when receiving a signal with
the image aspect ratio of 4:3 or 5:4.
(applicable resolution,
640 x 400, 640 x 480,
800 x 600, 832 x 624,
1 024 x 768, 1 152 x 864,
1 152 x 870, 1 280 x 960,
1 280 x 1 024, 1 600 x 1 200,
1 400 x 1 050.)
Select when receiving a signal
a with wide image aspect ratio.
(applicable resolution,
1 280 x 720, 1 280 x 800,
1 440 x 900, 1 680 x 1 050,
1 920 x 1 080, 1 920 x 1 200.)
Select when receiving a signal
with a special horizontal resolution
(number of display dots).
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Settings
[SCREEN SETTING]
[DISPLAY OPTION] menu
■ When selecting [DEFAULT] or
[WIDE] in Step 3)
4) Press the <ENTER> button.
z Automatic adjustment is executed.
[PROGRESS] is displayed while automatically
adjusting. When the adjustment is complete,
the system returns to the [AUTO SETUP]
screen.
■ When selecting [USER] in Step 3)
4) Press ▲▼ to select [DISPLAY DOTS]
and press ◀▶ to adjust [DISPLAY
DOTS] to the horizontal resolution of
the signal source.
5) Press ▲▼ to select [MODE].
6) Press the <ENTER> button.
z Automatic adjustment is executed.
[PROGRESS] is displayed while automatically
adjusting. When the adjustment is complete,
the system returns to the [AUTO SETUP]
screen.
[DVI-D IN]
You can switch the setting when the external
equipment is connected to the <DVI-D IN> terminal of
the projector and the image is not projected correctly.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [DVI-D IN].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [DVI-D IN] screen is displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select [DVI EDID].
Settings
4) Press ◀▶ to switch [DVI EDID].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[EDID3]
[EDID3]
[EDID1]
[EDID2:PC]
[EDID1]
[EDID2:PC]
Switch between fine settings for a
moving image and for a still image.
Select this mainly when an
external device (DVD player, etc.)
for outputting video signals of a
moving image system is connected
to DVI-D IN.
Mainly use this when an external
device (PC, etc.) for outputting
video signals of a still image
system is connected to DVI-D IN.
5) Press ▲▼ to select [DVI SIGNAL
LEVEL].
6) Press ◀▶ to switch [DVI SIGNAL
LEVEL].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[0-255:PC]
[0-255:PC]
[16-235]
Select when the external equipment
(computers, etc.) is connected via
DVI terminal output.
Select when the external equipment
(DVD players, etc.) is connected
via HDMI terminal output using a
conversion cable, etc.
Note
z The optimal setting is different depending on the output
setting of the connected external equipment. Refer
to the instruction manual of the external equipment
regarding the output of the external equipment.
z The data for Plug and play will change when the
setting is changed. Refer to “List of compatible
signals” ( page 102) for the resolution supporting the
Plug and play.
[ON-SCREEN DISPLAY]
You can set the on-screen display.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] screen is
displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select an item, and press
◀▶ to change the setting.
■ [OSD POSITION]
Set the position of the menu screen (OSD).
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[2](Center left of
the screen)
[1](Top left of the
screen)
[3](Bottom left of the
screen)
[4](Top center of the
screen)
[5](Center of the
screen)
[9](Bottom right of
the screen)
[8](Center right of
the screen)
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[16-235]
[6](Bottom center of
the screen)
[7](Top right of the
screen)
[DISPLAY OPTION] menu
■ [OSD DESIGN]
You can set the color of the menu screen (OSD).
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[BACK COLOR]
You can set the color of the projected image when
there is no signal input.
[1]: Yellow
[2]: Blue
1) Press ▲▼ to select [BACK COLOR].
[6]: Brown
[3]: White
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button
[5]: Pink
[4]: Green
■ [OSD MEMORY]
You can be set whether to maintain the cursor
position of the menu screen (OSD).
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[ON]
[OFF]
Note
z The cursor position will not be maintained when the
<MAIN POWER> switch of the projector body is set
to <OFF>, even if it is set to [ON].
■ [INPUT GUIDE]
You can set to display the input terminal name
currently selected in the position set by the [OSD
POSITION].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[ON]
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [BACK COLOR].
[BLUE]
[BLACK]
[DEFAULT LOGO]
[USER LOGO]
The entire projection area appears
blue.
The entire projection area appears
[BLACK]
black.
The picture registered by the user
[USER LOGO]
is projected.
[DEFAULT
The Panasonic logo is projected.
LOGO]
[BLUE]
Note
z Separate software“Logo Transfer Software”is
required to create and register the pictures of [USER
LOGO]. Refer to the application software download
from the website support information (http://
panasonic.net/avc/projector/software/).
[OFF]
■ [WARNING MESSAGE]
[ON]
Settings
You can set the display/hide of the warning
message.
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[OFF]
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[DISPLAY OPTION] menu
[STARTUP LOGO]
You can set the logo display when the power is turned
on.
4) Press ▲▼ to select the image to be
displayed on the input B.
z Press ▲▼ to select the image to be displayed
at the right side of the screen (Input B).
1) Press ▲▼ to select [STARTUP LOGO].
[VIDEO]
[S-VIDEO]
[RGB1]
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[OFF]
[DVI-D]
[RGB2]
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [STARTUP LOGO].
[DEFAULT LOGO]
[NONE]
[USER LOGO]
[DEFAULT
LOGO]
[NONE]
The Panasonic logo is projected.
No startup logo is projected.
The picture registered by the user
[USER LOGO]
is projected.
Note
z The startup logo will disappear in approximately 15
seconds.
z Separate software“Logo Transfer Software”is
required to create and register the pictures of [USER
LOGO]. Refer to the application software download
from the website support information (http://
panasonic.net/avc/projector/software/).
[FREEZE]
The projected image is paused temporarily regardless
of the playback of the external equipment.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [FREEZE].
Settings
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z To cancel the freeze, press the <MENU>
button.
[SIDE BY SIDE] (PT-DW730E only)
Two different input signals can be displayed
simultaneously.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SIDE BY SIDE].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z Two images are displayed.
Input A
Input A
3) Press the <MENU> button.
Input B
z The [SUB INPUT SELECT] screen is
displayed.
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5) Press the <ENTER> button.
Note
z To cancel the two window display, select [OFF] and
press the <ENTER> button.
z [FREEZE] will be set against the input A side.
z The adjustment and setting of the menu items
cannot be performed during the two window
display.
z Values for the input A side will be applied for
the [PICTURE] settings. (Values for both input
A and input B will be applied for [CONTRAST],
[BRIGHTNESS], [COLOR], [TINT], and
[SHARPNESS].)
z The two window display will maintain the aspect
ratio selected using the <ASPECT> button on the
remote control or the [ASPECT] setting.
z The two window display may not be available
depending on the combination of the input signals.
Refer to “Two window display combination list (PTDW730E only)” ( page 101) for details.
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu
Select [PROJECTOR SETUP] from the main
menu, and select the item from the sub-menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z After selecting the item, press ▲▼◀▶ to set.
[PROJECTION METHOD]
You can set the projection method in accordance with
the installation status of the projector.
Change the projection method if the screen display is
upside down or inverted.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [PROJECTION
METHOD].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [PROJECTION METHOD] screen is
displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select the projection
method.
When installing on the desk, etc.,
in front of the screen
When installing using the
[FRONT/CEILING] ceiling mount bracket (optional
accessories) in front of the screen
When installing on the desk,
[REAR/FLOOR] etc., behind the screen (using a
translucent screen)
When installing using the
ceiling mount bracket (optional
[REAR/CEILING]
accessories) behind the screen
(using a translucent screen)
[FRONT/FLOOR]
The projector has an ID number setting function, and
simultaneous control or individual control is possible
with one remote control when multiple projectors are
used side by side.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [PROJECTOR ID].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [PROJECTOR ID].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[ALL]
[1]
[64]
[2]
Note
z The ID number can be set to [ALL] or [1] through
[64].
z The ID number of the remote control needs to be
matched with the ID number of the projector when
the ID number is specified.
z When the ID number is set to [ALL], the projector
will operate regardless of what number it is set on
the remote control or the computer.
If multiple projectors are used and some of
them have their IDs set to [ALL], they cannot be
controlled separately from the projectors with other
ID numbers.
z Refer to “Setting Remote control ID numbers”
( page 20) regarding the method to set the ID
number on the remote control.
4) Press the <ENTER> button.
5) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
Attention
z When [PROJECTION METHOD] is changed,
confirm that [COOLING CONDITION] ( page 62) is
set correctly.
[HIGH ALTITUDE MODE]
If you use the projector at elevations (1 400 m
(4 593 ft) to 2 700 m (8 858 ft)), the [HIGH ALTITUDE
MODE] setting needs to be [ON].
1) Press ▲▼ to select [HIGH ALTITUDE
MODE].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [HIGH ALTITUDE
MODE].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[OFF]
[OFF]
[ON]
[ON]
When using at a place lower than
1 400 m (4 593 ft) above sea level
When using at a high altitude
(1 400 m (4 593 ft) or higher and
lower than 2 700 m (8 858 ft) above
sea level)
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Settings
[PROJECTOR ID]
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu
3) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
Note
z The speed of the fan is raised and the operation
sound will become louder when this is set to [ON].
[COOLING CONDITION]
You can change the fan control depending on the
direction of projection.
Set [COOLING CONDITION] correctly in accordance
with the direction of projection referencing the
following figure. It may shorten the life of the lamp if
used in incorrect setting.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [COOLING
CONDITION].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [COOLING CONDITION] screen is
displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select the cooling
condition.
[VERTICAL UP
SETTING]
[FLOOR SETTING]
30°
30° [CEILING SETTING]
30°
30°
[VERTICAL
DOWN SETTING]
:Projection direction
Settings
4) Press the <ENTER> button.
5) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
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[LAMP SELECT]
You can set the brightness using the two luminous
lamps built inside the projector to dual-lamp or singlelamp brightness in accordance with the condition or
purpose of the usage. Setting [SINGLE] automatically
switches the lamp to be turned on based on the
duration of use.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [LAMP SELECT].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [LAMP SELECT].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[DUAL]
[SINGLE]
[LAMP2]
[LAMP1]
[DUAL]
[SINGLE]
[LAMP1]
[LAMP2]
Two lamps will light.
One lamp will light. (The lamp
with shorter duration of use is
automatically selected.)
Lamp unit 1 will light continuously.
Lamp unit 2 will light continuously.
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
Note
z In the [SINGLE], [LAMP1] or [LAMP2] mode,
one lamp remains off or the currently active lamp
exceeds 2 000 hours of cumulative operating time
(when [HIGH] is selected as the [LAMP POWER]
setting), the other lamp will light. In the [DUAL]
mode, one lamp remains off or the currently active
lamp exceeds 2 000 hours of cumulative operating
time (when [HIGH] is selected as the [LAMP
POWER] setting), the other lamp alone will light.
However, if both lamps remain off or the 2 000
hours of cumulative operating time (when [HIGH] is
selected as the [LAMP POWER] setting).
z The text colors of the items indicate the status.
Green  Current setting
Yellow  Current setting
(When there is a lamp that cannot turn on or
failed to turn on)
Red  Lamp that has failed to turn on
White  Any other status
z If the projector is repeatedly used for short periods
of time, the lamps will need to be replaced more
frequently.
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu
[LAMP RELAY]
[STANDBY MODE]
The degradation of the lamp due to continuous usage
can be reduced by automatically switching the lamp
to be turned on when using the projector continuously
for 22 hours or more.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [LAMP RELAY].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [LAMP RELAY].
z The time setting to switch the lamp will change
as follows each time you press the button.
(Every one
hour)
[23:00]
[00:00]
[01:00]
Note
z The“LAMP RELAY”function will be enabled when
[LAMP SELECT] is set to [DUAL] or [SINGLE].
z Only one lamp is turned on for four hours after the
set time when [LAMP SELECT] is set to [DUAL].
z The operating time will be the local time. ( page 65)
You can switch the brightness of the lamp in
accordance with the environment or purpose of usage
of the projector.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [LAMP POWER].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [LAMP POWER].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[HIGH]
[LOW]
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [STANDBY
MODE].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button
[NORMAL]
[ECO]
Note
z When set to [ECO], the network function and the
<SERIAL OUT> terminal is not available during
the standby. Also, some of the RS-232C command
will not be available. When set to [NORMAL], the
network function and the <SERIAL OUT> terminal
will be available during the standby.
z When set to [ECO], the time it takes to start the
projection may become approximately ten seconds
slower than compared to when set to [NORMAL].
[RS-232C]
[LAMP POWER]
[HIGH]
1) Press ▲▼ to select [STANDBY MODE].
[LOW]
Set when high luminance is
necessary.
Set when high luminance is not
necessary.
You can set the communication condition of the
<SERIAL IN>/<SERIAL OUT> terminals.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [RS-232C].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
3) Press ▲▼ to select the communication
condition.
4) Press ◀▶ to set it.
Note
z Refer to “Serial terminal” ( page 98).
Note
z When set to [LOW], the reduction of power
consumption, less operation sound, and longer life
of the lamp can be achieved.
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Settings
[OFF]
You can set the power consumption during the
standby.
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu
[REMOTE2 MODE]
You can set the <REMOTE 2 IN> terminal.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [REMOTE2 MODE].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [REMOTE2
MODE].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[DEFAULT]
[DEFAULT]
[USER]
[USER]
The pin assignment of the
<REMOTE 2 IN> terminal is used
by the factory default setting of the
projector.
( page 100)
Used to change the setting of the
<REMOTE 2 IN> terminal.
■ When selecting [USER] in Step 2)
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
4) Press ▲▼ to select an item from
[PIN2] to [PIN8], and press ◀▶ to
switch the setting.
[STATUS]
Displays the status of the projector.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [STATUS].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
3) Press ◀▶ to switch the pages.
Settings
Displays the input terminal currently
selected.
[NAME]
Displays the input signal name.
[SIGNAL
Displays the frequency of the input
FREQUENCY] signal.
[PROJECTOR Displays the operation hours of the
RUNTIME]
projector.
[LAMP1]*1
Displays the lighting time of the lamp 1.
[LAMP2]*1
Displays the lighting time of the lamp 2.
[INTAKE AIR Displays the status of the air intake
TEMP.]
temperature of the projector.
[OPTICS
Displays the status of the internal
MODULE TEMP.] temperature of the projector.
Displays the status of the
[AROUND
temperature around the lamps of
LAMP TEMP.]
the projector.
[PROJECTOR
Displays the type of the projector.
TYPE]
[SERIAL
Displays the serial number of the
NUMBER]
projector.
[LAMP UNIT Displays the model no. of the lamp
MODEL NO.] unit.
[LAMP1 SERIAL Displays the serial number of the
NUMBER]
lamp 1.
[LAMP2 SERIAL Displays the serial number of the
NUMBER]
lamp 2.
[MAIN
Displays the main version of the
VERSION]
firmware of the projector.
Displays the sub version of the
[SUB VERSION]
firmware of the projector.
[NETWORK Displays the network version of the
VERSION]
projector.
z [POWER ON TIMES]:
Displays the number of times the
power is turned on.
z [LAMP1 ON]:
Displays the number of times the
lamp 1 is turned on.
[ON COUNT]
z [LAMP2 ON]:
Displays the number of times the
lamp 2 is turned on.
z [SHUTTER]:
Displays the number of times the
shutter function is used.
[LAMP1]
Displays the details of the usage time.
Displays the details of the usage time.
[LAMP2]
[NUMBER OF Displays the number of registered
ENTRY SIGNAL] signals.
[REMOTE2
Displays the control status of the
STATUS]
REMOTE2.
*1: The lamp lighting time displayed is actual time.
The following conversion is required to calculate the
guideline for lamp replacement.
Time to replace the lamp =
The usage time when [LAMP POWER] is
set to [HIGH] +
(the usage time when [LAMP POWER] is
set to [LOW] x 2 ÷ 3)
[INPUT]
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Note
z The contents of the status can be sent via E-mail
when the <ENTER> button is pressed while the
status is displayed.
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu
You can set the power of the projector automatically
to standby if there is no input signal by the specified
time.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [NO SIGNAL SHUTOFF].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [NO SIGNAL
SHUT-OFF].
[DISABLE]
[10MIN.] [90MIN.]
Disables [NO SIGNAL SHUTOFF].
Allows you to set in ten minute
intervals.
[FUNCTION BUTTON]
You can set the <FUNCTION> button on the remote
control.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [FUNCTION
BUTTON].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
3) Press ▲▼ to select the function.
[DISABLE]
Disables the <FUNCTION> button.
Switches the sub memory.
[SUB MEMORY]
( page 69)
[SYSTEM
Switches the setting for [SYSTEM
SELECTOR] SELECTOR]. ( page 47)
[SYSTEM
Switches the setting for [SYSTEM
DAYLIGHT
DAYLIGHT VIEW]. ( page 46)
VIEW]
Freezes the image temporarily.
[FREEZE]
( page 60)
Switches
to two window display.
[SIDE BY SIDE]*1
( page 60)
7) Press ▲▼ to select the item to be set,
and press ◀▶ to set the local date
and time.
8) Press ▲▼ to select [APPLY], and
press the <ENTER> button.
z The setting of the time will be completed.
[SAVE ALL USER DATA]
You can save the various setting values as a backup
in the built-in memory of the projector.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SAVE ALL USER
DATA].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen is
displayed.
3) Enter the security password and press
the <ENTER> button.
4) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
z While data is saved, [PROGRESS] is displayed.
Note
z The setting of the image registered in [USER
LOGO] will not be saved.
Settings
[NO SIGNAL SHUT-OFF]
*1: Only for PT-DW730E
4) Press the <ENTER> button.
[DATE AND TIME]
You can set the time zone, date, and time of the builtin clock of the projector.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [DATE AND TIME].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
3) Press ▲▼ to select [TIME ZONE].
4) Press ◀▶ to switch [TIME ZONE].
5) Press ▲▼ to select [ADJUST CLOCK].
6) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [ADJUST CLOCK] screen is displayed.
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[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu
[LOAD ALL USER DATA]
You can load the various setting values saved as a
backup in the built-in memory of the projector.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [LOAD ALL USER
DATA].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen is
displayed.
3) Enter the security password and press
the <ENTER> button.
4) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
Note
z The projector will go into the standby status to
reflect the setting values when [LOAD ALL USER
DATA] is executed.
[INITIALIZE]
You can return various setting values to their factory
default settings.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [INITIALIZE].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen is
displayed.
3) Enter the security password and press
the <ENTER> button.
z The [INITIALIZE] screen is displayed.
Settings
4) Press ▲▼ to select the item to
initialize.
Restores all the setting values
including the registered signal, the
network settings, E-mail settings,
[ALL USER and the logo image to their factory
DATA]
default settings.
The projector will go into the
standby status to reflect the setting
values.
Deletes all the setting values saved
for each input signal.
[ENTRY
To delete only a part of the
SIGNAL]
registered signal, perform the
procedure described in “Deleting a
registered data” ( page 68).
Restores the network settings and
[NETWORK/
the E-mail settings to their factory
E-MAIL]
default settings.
Deletes the image registered in
[LOGO IMAGE]
[USER LOGO].
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5) Press the <ENTER> button.
6) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
[SERVICE PASSWORD]
Used by a service person.
[TEST PATTERN] menu
[TEST PATTERN] menu
Select [TEST PATTERN] from the main menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z Press ◀▶ to switch.
[TEST PATTERN]
Displays the test pattern built-in to the projector.
Results of position setting, size, etc. will not be
reflected in the test patterns. Make sure to display the
input signal before performing various adjustments.
Press ◀▶ to switch the various test
patterns.
■ Display sequence of internal test
patterns
Menu screen
+
Entry screen
Menu screen
+
All white
Menu screen
+
Focus
Menu screen
+
All black
Menu screen
+
Color bar
(horizontal)
Menu screen
+
Flag
Menu screen
+
Color bar (vertical)
Menu screen
+
Flag (inversion)
Menu screen
+
Window
(inversion)
Menu screen
+
Window
Settings
The setting will change as follows each time you
press ◀▶ .
Note
z Press the <ON SCREEN> button on the remote
control while the test pattern is displayed to hide
the menu screen.
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[SIGNAL
[SIGNAL LIST]LIST]
menu menu
Select [SIGNAL LIST] from the main menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
Renaming the registered data
1) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select the signal to
display the details.
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
■ Registered signal status
z The name can be set for each sub memory
( page 69).
z Memory number: A1 (1-2)
Sub memory number
When the address number (A1, A2, ... H7,
H8) is registered
Registering a signal to the list
After a new signal is input and the <MENU> button
on the remote control or the control panel is pressed,
the registration is completed and the [MAIN MENU]
screen is displayed.
Settings
Note
z Up to 96 signals including the sub memories can
be registered to the projector.
z There are 12 pages (eight memories of A through
L, with eight memories possible on each page) for
memory numbers, and it is registered to the lowest
number that is available. If there is no available
memory number it will be overwritten from the
oldest signal.
z The registration names are automatically
determined by the input signals and the memory
numbers.
z If a menu is being displayed, the new signals will
be registered at the instant they are input.
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z The [REGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS] screen
is displayed.
z The name, memory number, input terminal,
frequency, synchronization signal, etc., of the
input signal are displayed.
z Press the <MENU> button to return to the
[REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST] screen.
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [RENAME] screen is displayed.
4) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select a character to
input and press the <ENTER> button
to enter the character.
5) After changing the name, press
▲▼◀▶ to select [OK], and press the
<ENTER> button.
z The registration is completed and it will return to
the [REGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS] screen.
z If you press ▲▼◀▶ to select [CANCEL] and
press the <ENTER> button, the changed signal
name will not be registered and keep the signal
name that was automatically registered.
Deleting a registered data
1) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select the signal to
delete.
2) Press the <DEFAULT> button.
z The [ENTRY SIGNAL CLEAR] screen is
displayed.
z To cancel the deletion, press the <MENU>
button to return to the [REGISTERED SIGNAL
LIST] screen.
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The selected signal will be deleted.
[SIGNAL LIST] menu
Managing the sub memory list
The projector has a sub memory function that can
register the multiple image adjustment data, even if it
is recognized as the same signal by the frequency or
format of the synchronization signal source.
Use this function when you need to adjust the picture
quality such as switching of the aspect ratio or white
balance by the same synchronization signal source.
The sub memory includes all the data that can be
adjusted for each signal, such as the screen aspect
ratio and data adjusted in the [PICTURE] item
([CONTRAST], [BRIGHTNESS], etc.).
■ Registering the current settings
to the list
■ Deleting the sub memory data
1) Press ◀▶ on the normal screen (when
the menu is not displayed).
z The [SUB MEMORY LIST] screen is displayed.
2) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select the sub
memory number to delete and press
the <DEFAULT> button.
z The [ENTRY SIGNAL CLEAR] screen is
displayed.
z To cancel the deletion, press the <MENU>
button to return to the [REGISTERED SIGNAL
LIST] screen.
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The selected sub memory is deleted.
1) Press ◀▶ on the normal screen (when
the menu is not displayed).
z The sub memory registration confirmation
screen is displayed if the sub memory is not
registered. Go to Step 3).
z A list of sub memories registered to the signal
currently input is displayed.
z By selecting [SUB MEMORY] in the
[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu  [FUNCTION
BUTTON], the <FUNCTION> button can be
used instead of ◀▶ .
2) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select the sub
memory number to register in [SUB
MEMORY LIST].
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [RENAME] screen is displayed.
4) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select [OK] and
press the <ENTER> button.
Settings
z To rename the registered data, follow the
procedure in Steps 4) and 5) in “Renaming the
registered data” ( page 68).
■ Switching to the sub memory list
1) Press ◀▶ on the normal screen (when
the menu is not displayed).
z A list of sub memories registered to the signal
currently input is displayed.
2) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select the signal to
switch in [SUB MEMORY LIST].
3) Press the <ENTER> button.
z It will switch to the signal selected in Step 2).
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[SECURITY]
[SECURITY] menu menu
Select [SECURITY] from the main menu, and select
the item from the sub-menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z When the projector is used for the first time
Initial password: Press ▲▶▼◀▲▶▼◀ in
order, and press the <ENTER> button.
z After selecting the item, press ▲▼◀▶ to set.
[SECURITY PASSWORD
CHANGE]
You can change the security password.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SECURITY
PASSWORD CHANGE].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE]
screen is displayed.
3) Press ▲▼◀▶ to set the password.
z Up to eight button operations can be set.
4) Press the <ENTER> button.
Attention
z Make the settings after displaying the [SECURITY]
screen.
z When the [SECURITY] screen is displayed,
entering a password is required. Enter the set
password and then continue operations.
z When the password has been changed previously,
enter the changed password, and press the
<ENTER> button.
Note
z The entered password is displayed with * mark on
the screen.
[SECURITY PASSWORD]
Settings
The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen is displayed
when the power is turned on. When the entered
password is incorrect, the operation will be restricted
to the STANDBY < > button, the <SHUTTER>
button, and the <LENS> (<FOCUS>, <ZOOM>, and
<SHIFT>) buttons.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [SECURITY
PASSWORD].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [SECURITY
PASSWORD].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[OFF]
[OFF]
[ON]
[ON]
Disables the security password entry.
Enables the security password entry.
Note
z The [SECURITY PASSWORD] setting is set to
[OFF] at the time of purchase or when all the user
data has been initialized.
z Change the password periodically that is hard to
guess.
z The security password is enabled after [SECURITY
PASSWORD] is set to [ON] and the power is turned
off (in the standby mode).
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5) Re-enter the password for the
confirmation.
6) Press the <ENTER> button.
Note
z The entered password is displayed with * mark on
the screen.
z An error message is displayed on the screen when
the entered password is incorrect. Re-enter the
correct password.
[DISPLAY SETTING]
You can overlap the security message (text or image)
over the projecting image.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [DISPLAY
SETTING].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [DISPLAY
SETTING].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[OFF]
[TEXT]
[DEFAULT LOGO]
[USER LOGO]
[OFF]
[TEXT]
The text display is disabled.
The text display is enabled.
The picture registered by the user
[USER LOGO]
is projected.
[DEFAULT LOGO] The Panasonic logo is projected.
[SECURITY] menu
Note
z The logo is displayed on the whole screen in
the normal projection condition when [DEFAULT
LOGO] is set. Since the menu screen is displayed,
it is not possible to see the whole image even if the
logo display is canceled by pressing the <MENU>
button.
z Separate software“Logo Transfer Software”is
required to create and register the pictures of [USER
LOGO]. Refer to the application software download
from the website support information
(http://panasonic.net/avc/projector/software/).
You can change the text displayed when the text display
is enabled by selecting [TEXT] in [DISPLAY SETTING].
1) Press ▲▼ to select [TEXT CHANGE].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [TEXT CHANGE] screen is displayed.
3) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select the text, and press
the <ENTER> button to enter the text.
z Up to 22 characters can be entered.
4) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select [OK] and
press the <ENTER> button.
z The text is changed.
[MENU LOCK]
1) Press ▲▼ to select [MENU LOCK
PASSWORD].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [MENU LOCK PASSWORD] screen is
displayed.
3) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select the text, and press
the <ENTER> button to enter the text.
4) Press ▲▼◀▶ to select [OK] and
press the <ENTER> button.
z Select [CANCEL] to stop.
Attention
z The initial password when used for the first time or
after initializing all the user data is “AAAA”.
z Change the password periodically that is hard to guess.
[CONTROL DEVICE SETUP]
You can enable/disable the button operations on the
control panel and the remote control.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [CONTROL
DEVICE SETUP].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [MENU LOCK].
2) Press ◀▶ to switch [MENU LOCK].
z The setting will change as follows each time
you press the button.
[ON]
Releases the lock of the menu operation.
Locks the menu operation.
Note
z The <MENU> button operations will be disabled
when an incorrect password is entered after setting
[MENU LOCK] to [ON].
z The password setting is set to [OFF] at the time of
purchase or when [ALL USER DATA] is initialized.
z The unlock status is maintained until the projector
is set to the standby mode.
z The [CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] screen is
displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select [CONTROL PANEL]
or [REMOTE CONTROLLER].
4) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [CONTROL PANEL] or [REMOTE
CONTROLLER] screen is displayed.
■ [CONTROL PANEL]
z You can set the limitation on the control from
the control panel.
[ENABLE]
[DISABLE]
Enables the button operation from
the main unit.
Disables the button operation from
the main unit.
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Settings
You can set to enable/disable the menu operation by
displaying the menu with the <MENU> button.
[OFF]
[ON]
You can change the MENU LOCK PASSWORD.
z Up to 16 characters can be entered.
[TEXT CHANGE]
[OFF]
[MENU LOCK PASSWORD]
[SECURITY] menu
■ [REMOTE CONTROLLER]
z You can set the limitation on the control from
the remote control.
[ENABLE]
[DISABLE]
Enables the button operation from
the remote control.
Disables the button operation from
the remote control.
5) Press ▲▼ to select [ENABLE] or
[DISABLE], and press the <ENTER>
button.
6) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
Note
z When a button operation is performed on the device
set to [DISABLE], the [SECURITY PASSWORD]
screen is displayed. Enter the security password.
z The [SECURITY PASSWORD] screen will
disappear when the <MENU> button is pressed or
there is no operation for approximately ten seconds.
z The power cannot be turned off (the standby mode
cannot be set) if the operations of both [CONTROL
PANEL] and [REMOTE CONTROLLER] are set to
[DISABLE].
z When the setting has completed, the menu screen
will disappear. To operate continuously, press the
<MENU> button to display the main menu.
Settings
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[NETWORK] menu
Select [NETWORK] from the main menu, and
select the item from the sub-menu.
Refer to “Navigating through the menu”
( page 41) regarding the operation of the menu
screen.
z After selecting the item, press ▲▼◀▶ to set.
[NETWORK] menu
Note
z When using a DHCP server, confirm that the DHCP
server is running.
z Consult your network administrator regarding the IP
address, subnet mask, and default gateway.
[NETWORK CONTROL]
You can set up the control method of the network.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [NETWORK
CONTROL].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
Perform the initial setting of the network before using
the network function.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [NETWORK
SETUP].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
3) Press ▲▼ to select an item, and press
◀▶ to change the setting.
[WEB
CONTROL]
[PJLink
CONTROL]
z The [NETWORK SETUP] screen is displayed.
3) Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
change the settings according to the
operation instructions of the menu.
[PROJECTOR
NAME]
Change the setting when using a
DHCP server.
Set this to [ON] when using a
DHCP server to acquire the IP
[DHCP]
address automatically. Set to [OFF]
when not using a DHCP server.
Enter the IP address when not
[IP ADDRESS]
using a DHCP server.
[SUBNET
Enter the subnet mask when not
MASK]
using a DHCP server.
[DEFAULT
Enter the default gateway address
GATEWAY] when not using a DHCP server.
[STORE]
Save the current network settings.
4) Press ▲▼ to select [STORE], and
press the <ENTER> button.
5) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
[COMMAND
CONTROL]
[COMMAND
PORT]
[STORE]
Set to [ON] to control with the Web
browser.
Set to [ON] to control with the
PJLink protocol.
Set to [ON] to control with the
<SERIAL IN>/<SERIAL OUT>
terminal control command format
( page 99).
Refer to “Control commands via
LAN” ( page 96).
Set the port number used for
command control.
Save the current network control
settings.
4) Press ▲▼ to select [STORE], and
press the <ENTER> button.
5) When the confirmation is displayed,
select [OK] or [CANCEL], and press
the <ENTER> button.
[NETWORK STATUS]
Displays the status of the network for the projector
body.
1) Press ▲▼ to select [NETWORK
STATUS].
2) Press the <ENTER> button.
z The [NETWORK STATUS] screen is displayed.
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Settings
[NETWORK SETUP]
z The [NETWORK CONTROL] screen is
displayed.
[NETWORK] menu
Network connections
The projector has a network function, and the following operations are available from the computer using the Web
browser control.
z Setting and adjustment of the projector
z Display of the projector status
z Transmission of an E-mail message when there is a problem with the projector
Note
z A LAN cable is required to use the network function.
Computer
Projector
LAN cable (straight)
LAN cable (straight)
Hub
z A Web browser is required to use this function. Confirm that the Web browser can be used beforehand.
Compatible OS:
Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7, Mac OS X v10.4/v10.5/v10.6
Compatible browser: Internet Explorer 6.0/7.0/8.0, Safari 2.0/3.0/4.0 (Mac OS)
z Communication with an E-mail server is required to use the E-mail function. Confirm that the E-mail can be
used beforehand.
z Use a LAN cable that is straight-through and compatible with category 5 or higher.
z Use a LAN cable with length of 100 m or shorter.
■ Name and function of network function parts
(1) (2) (3)
Settings
(1) LAN 10/100 lamp (yellow)
Lights on when connected to the 100BASE-TX.
(2) <LAN> terminal (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Used to connect the LAN cable here.
Attention
z Connect the LAN to the indoor equipment.
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(3) LAN LINK/ACT lamp (green)
Lights on when connected.
Flashes when transmitting/receiving data.
[NETWORK] menu
Accessing from the Web browser
1) Start up the Web browser on the computer.
2) Enter the IP address set on the projector into the URL entry field of the Web browser.
3) Enter the user name and the password.
z The factory default setting of the user name is user1 (user rights)/admin1 (administrator rights) and the
password is panasonic (lower case).
4) Click [OK].
Settings
z The [Projector status] page is displayed.
Note
z When you wish to control the projector via the Web browser, set [WEB CONTROL] to [ON] in [NETWORK
CONTROL] ( page 73).
z Do not perform setting or control simultaneously by starting up multiple Web browsers. Do not set or control the
projector from multiple computers.
z Change the password first. (  page 86)
z The administrator rights allows to use all functions. The user rights only allows to use [Projector status]
( page 76), confirmation of the error information page ( page 77), [Network status] ( page 78), [Basic control]
( page 79), and [Change password] ( page 86).
z Access will be locked for few minutes when an incorrect password is entered three times consecutively.
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[NETWORK] menu
■ Item description
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1) Page switch tab
Click the tab to switch between pages.
(2) [Status]
The status of the projector is displayed by clicking
this item.
(3) [Projector control]
The [Projector control] page is displayed by clicking
this item.
(4) [Detailed set up]
The [Detailed set up] page is displayed by clicking
this item.
(5) [Change password]
The [Change password] page is displayed by
clicking this item.
■ [Projector status] page
Click [Status]  [Projector status].
Displays the status of the projector for the following items.
(1)
(6)
(2)
(3)
(7)
(4)
(9)
(5)
(10)
(11)
(8)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
Settings
(1) [PROJECTOR TYPE]
Displays the type of the projector.
(2) [MAIN VERSION]
Displays the firmware version of the projector.
(3) [POWER]
Display the power status.
(4) [SHUTTER]
Displays the shutter status.
(5) [LAMP SELECT]
Displays the [LAMP SELECT] setting ( page 62).
(6) [SERIAL NUMBER]
Displays the serial number of the projector.
(7) [NETWORK VERSION]
Displays the network firmware version.
(8) [REMOTE2 STATUS]
Displays the control status of the <REMOTE 2 IN>
terminal.
(9) [OSD]
Displays the on-screen display status.
(10) [LAMP POWER]
Displays the [LAMP POWER] setting ( page 63).
(11) [INPUT]
Displays the status of the input selection.
(12) [INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE]
Displays the status of the air intake temperature of
the projector.
(13) [OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE]
Displays the status of the internal temperature of
the projector.
(14) [AROUND LAMP TEMPERATURE]
Displays the status of the temperature around the
lamp of the projector.
(15) [LAMP1]/[LAMP2]/[RUNTIME]
Displays the status and the usage time of the lamp.
(16) [SELF TEST]
Displays the self-diagnosis information.
(17) [PROJECTOR RUNTIME]
Displays the operation times of the projector.
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[NETWORK] menu
■ Error information page
When [Error (Detail)] is displayed on the [Projector status] screen, click it to display the error details.
z The projector may go into the standby status to protect the projector depending on the contents of the
error.
[OK]: Normal operation
[FAILED]: Occurrence of trouble
zDescription of problem occurrence [FAILED]:
[MAIN CPU BUS]
[FAN]
[INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE]
[OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE]
[AROUND LAMP TEMPERATURE]
[LAMP1 REMAIN TIME]
[LAMP2 REMAIN TIME]
[LAMP1 STATUS]
[LAMP2 STATUS]
[SHUTTER]
[INTAKE AIR TEMP.SENSOR]
[OPTICS MODULE TEMP.SENSOR]
[AROUND LAMP TEMP. SENSOR]
[BATTERY]
[AIRFLOW SENSOR]
[COLOR WHEEL]
[COVER OPEN]
[FILTER UNIT]
[AIR FILTER]
Description
There is a problem with the microcomputer circuitry. Consult your
dealer.
There is a problem with the fan or the fan drive circuit. Consult your
dealer.
The air intake temperature is too high. It may be used in an operating
environment where the temperature is high, such as near a heating
appliance.
The temperature inside the projector is high. It may be used in an
operating environment where the temperature is high, such as near a
heating appliance.
The temperature around the lamp is high. The air exhaust port may
be blocked.
The usage time of the lamp has exceeded the specified time, and it is
time to replace the lamp.
The lamp has failed to turn on. Wait a while until the luminous lamp
cools off, and then turn on the power.
There is a problem with the shutter circuitry. Consult your dealer.
There is a problem with the sensor used to detect intake air
temperature. Consult your dealer.
There is a problem with the sensor used to detect temperature inside
the projector. Consult your dealer.
There is a problem with the sensor used to detect exhaust air
temperature. Consult your dealer.
The battery replacement is required. Consult your dealer.
There is a problem with the air volume sensor. Consult your dealer.
There is a problem with the color wheel or the color wheel drive
circuit. Consult your dealer.
The attachment of the lamp unit cover is incomplete. Check the lamp
unit cover. ( page 92)
The air filter unit is not attached. Check the air filter unit. ( page 90)
There are too much dust accumulated in the air filter unit.
Set the <MAIN POWER> switch ( page 35) to <OFF>, and clean the
air filter ( page 89).
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Settings
Parameter
[NETWORK] menu
■ [Network status] page
Click [Status]  [Network status].
The current network setting status is displayed.
■ [Access error log] page
Click [Status]  [Access error log].
The error log on the WEB server is displayed such as access to the pages that do not exist or access with
unauthorized user names or passwords.
■ [Access log] page
Settings
Click [Status]  [Access log].
The log such as user name accessed to the WEB control page, accessed IP address, accessed time is
displayed.
Note
z [Access error log]/[Access log] will display the recent few thousand accesses/requests. If many accesses/
requests are made at a time, some of them may not be found in the information.
z Confirm [Access error log]/[Access log] periodically.
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[NETWORK] menu
■ [Basic control] page
Click [Projector control]  [Basic control].
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(1) [POWER] ([ON]/[STANDBY])
Switches between on/off of the power.
(2) [SHUTTER] ([ON]/[OFF])
Switches between use or not use of the shutter
function.
(3) [OSD] ([ON]/[OFF])
Switches between on (display)/off (no display) of the
on-screen display function.
(4) [SYSTEM] ([SELECTOR])
Switches the system method.
(5) On-screen display of the projector
The same contents as the on-screen display of the
projector are displayed here. The confirmation and
change of the setting contents of the menu can be
performed. This is displayed even if the on-screen
display function is set to off (no display).
(6) [INPUT SELECT] ([RGB1]/[RGB2]/[DVI-D]/
[VIDEO]/[S-VIDEO])
Switches the input signal.
■ [Detail control] page
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1) Control of the projector
The projector is controlled by pressing the buttons
as the buttons on the remote control. The onscreen display of the projector at the right of the
control page is updated after the controlling.
(2) [LENS]
Adjusts the projection lens.
(3) [TEST PATTERN]
Displays the test pattern.
(4) [GET OSD]
Updates the on-screen display of the projector at
the right of the control page.
(5) [SUB MEMORY]
Switch the sub memory
(6) [SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW]
Switches the system daylight view settings.
(7) [FREEZE]
Turn the projected image to the still image
temporarily.
(8) [SIDE BY SIDE] (PT-DW730E only)
Two different input signals can be displayed
simultaneously.
(8)
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Settings
Click [Projector control]  [Detail control].
[NETWORK] menu
■ [Network config] page
Click [Detailed set up]  [Network config].
z The [CAUTION!] screen is displayed by clicking [Network config].
z The current settings are displayed by pressing the [Next] button.
z The following setting change screen is displayed by pressing the [Change] button.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(1) [PROJECTOR NAME]
Enter the name of the projector. Also enter the host
name if it is required when using a DHCP server, etc.
(2) [DHCP ON]/[DHCP OFF]
To enable the DHCP client function, set to [DHCP
ON].
(3) [IP ADDRESS]
Enter the IP address when not using a DHCP server.
(4) [SUBNETMASK]
Enter the subnet mask when not using a DHCP
server.
(5) [DEFAULT GATEWAY]
Enter the gateway address when not using a DHCP
server.
(6) [DNS1]
Allowed characters for the entry of DNS 1 server
address (primary):
Numerics (0 - 9) and period (.)
(Example: 192.168.0.253)
(7) [DNS2]
Allowed characters for the entry of DNS 2 server
address (secondary):
Numerics (0 - 9) and period (.)
(Example: 192.168.0.254)
(8) [Back]/[Next]
Press [Next] to display the setting confirmation
screen. Press [Submit] to update the settings.
■ [Adjust clock] page
Click [Detailed set up]  [Adjust clock].
(1)
Settings
(2)
(3)
(1) [Time zone]
Selects the time zone.
(Japan is GMT +09:00)
(2) [Set time zone]
Updates the time zone setting.
(3) [Date]
Enter the date to be changed.
(4) [Time]
Enter the time to be changed.
(5) [Set date and time]
Updates the date and time settings.
(4)
(5)
Note
z The replacement of the battery inside the projector is required when the time goes out of alignment right after
correcting the time. Please consult your dealer.
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[NETWORK] menu
■ [Ping test] page
You can check whether the network is connected to the E-mail server, POP server, DNS server, etc.
Click [Detailed set up]  [Ping test].
(1)
(1) [Input IP address]
Enter the IP address of the server to be tested.
(2) [Submit]
Executes the connection test.
(2)
(3)
(3) Example of display when the connection has
succeeded
(4) Example of display when the connection has
failed
Settings
(4)
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[NETWORK] menu
■ [E-mail set up] page
An E-mail message can be sent to the E-mail address setup in advance (up to two addresses) when
the problem occurred or the usage time of the lamp reached the specified value.
Click [Detailed set up]  [E-mail set up].
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1) [ENABLE]
Select [ENABLE] when using the E-mail function.
(2) [SMTP SERVER NAME]
Enter the IP address or the server name of the
E-mail server (SMTP). To enter the server name, the
setup of the DNS server is required.
(3) [MAIL FROM]
Enter the E-mail address of the projector. (Up to 63
characters in single byte)
(4) [MEMO]
You can enter information such as the location of
the projector that notifies the sender of the E-mail.
(Up to 63 characters in single byte)
(5) [MINIMUM TIME]
Change the minimum intervals for the temperature
warning mail. The default value is 60 minutes. In this
case, another E-mail will not be sent for 60 minutes
after sending the temperature warning mail even if it
reaches the warning temperature.
(6) [INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE]
Change the temperature setting for the temperature
warning mail. A temperature warning mail is sent
when the temperature exceeds this value.
(7) [E-MAIL ADDRESS 1]
Enter the E-mail address to be sent.
(8) Settings of the conditions to send E-mail
Select the conditions to send E-mail.
Settings
(8)
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[MAIL CONTENTS]:
Select either [NORMAL] or [SIMPLE].
[ERROR]:
An E-mail message is sent when an error
occurred in the self-diagnosis.
[LAMP1 RUNTIME]:
An E-mail message is sent when the remaining
lamp on time for the lamp 1 has reached the
value set at the right field.
[LAMP2 RUNTIME]:
An E-mail message is sent when the remaining
lamp on time for the lamp 2 has reached the
value set at the right field.
[INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE]:
An E-mail message is sent when the air intake
temperature has reached the value set at the
above field.
[PERIODIC REPORT]:
Place a check mark on this when E-mail is to be
sent periodically.
It will be sent on the days and time with the
check mark.
[NETWORK] menu
■ [E-mail set up] page (continued)
(1)
(2)
(1) [E-MAIL ADDRESS 2]
Enter the E-mail address to be sent when two E-mail
addresses are to be used.
Leave it blank when two E-mail addresses are not to
be used.
(2) Settings of the conditions to send E-mail
Select the conditions to send E-mail to the second
E-mail address.
[MAIL CONTENTS]:
Select either [NORMAL] or [SIMPLE].
[ERROR]:
An E-mail message is sent when an error
occurred in the self-diagnosis.
[LAMP1 RUNTIME]:
An E-mail message is sent when the remaining
lamp on time for the lamp 1 has reached the
value set at the right field.
[LAMP2 RUNTIME]:
An E-mail message is sent when the remaining
lamp on time for the lamp 2 has reached the
value set at the right field.
[INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE]:
An E-mail message is sent when the air intake
temperature has reached the value set at the
above field.
[PERIODIC REPORT]:
Place a check mark on this when E-mail is to be
sent periodically to the second E-mail address. It
will be sent on the days and time with the check
mark.
(3) [Submit]
Update the settings.
Settings
(3)
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[NETWORK] menu
■ [Authentication set up] page
You can set the authentication items when POP authentication or SMTP authentication is necessary to send
an E-mail message.
Click [Detailed set up]  [Authentication set up].
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Settings
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(1) [Auth]
Select the authentication method specified by your
Internet service provider.
(2) [SMTP Auth]
Set when the SMTP authentication is selected.
(3) [Pop Server name]
Enter the POP server name.
Allowed characters:
Alphanumerics (A - Z, a - z, 0 - 9)
Minus sign (-) and period (.)
(4) [User name]
Enter the user name for the POP server or the SMTP
server.
(5) [Password]
Enter the password for the POP server or the SMTP
server.
(6) [SMTP server port]
Enter the port number for the SMTP server.
(Normally 25)
(7) [POP server port]
Enter the port number for the POP server.
(Normally 110)
(8) [Submit]
Update the settings.
[NETWORK] menu
■ Contents of mail sent
zExample of E-mail sent when E-mail is set
The following E-mail is sent when the E-mail settings have been established.
zExample of the E-mail sent for an error
Settings
The following E-mail is sent when an error has occurred.
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[NETWORK] menu
■ [Change password] page
Click [Change password].
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) [Administrator]
Select this when you change the [Administrator] setting.
(2) [User]
Select this when the [User] setting.
(3) [Next]
Displays the screen to change the password setting.
z [Administrator] account
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1) [Account]
Displays the account to change.
(2) [Current setting] [User name]
Enter the user name before the change.
(3) [Current setting] [Password]
Enter the current password.
(4) [New setting] [User name]
Enter the desired new user name.
(5) [New setting] [Password]
Enter the desired new password.
(6) [New setting] [Password (Retype)]
Enter the desired new password again.
(7) [OK]
Determines the change of password.
z [User] account
(1)
(1) [Account]
Displays the account to change.
(2)
(2) [New setting] [User name]
Enter the desired new user name.
(3)
(4)
Settings
(5)
(3) [New setting] [Password]
Enter the desired new password.
(4) [New setting] [Password (Retype)]
Enter the desired new password again.
(5) [OK]
Determines the change of password.
z [Change password] (when accessed by user rights)
Only the change of password is enabled under the user rights.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) [Old Password]
Enter the current password.
(2) [New Password]
Enter the desired new password.
(3) [Retype]
Enter the desired new password again.
(4) [OK]
Determines the change of password.
Note
z To change the account of the administrator, it is required to enter [User name] and [Password] in [Current setting].
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LAMP/TEMP/FILTER Indicators
LAMP/TEMP/FILTER Indicators
Managing the indicated problems
If a problem should occur inside the projector, the lamp indicators <LAMP1>/<LAMP2>, the temperature indicator
<TEMP>, and the filter indicator <FILTER> will inform you.
Manage the indicated problems as follow.
Attention
z Before you take a remedial measure, follow the procedure of switching the power off indicated in “Powering off
the projector” ( page 35).
z Check the power status with the power indicator <STANDBY (RED)/ON (GREEN)> ( page 33).
Lamp indicator <LAMP1>
Power indicator <STANDBY
Lamp indicator <LAMP2>
(RED)/ON (GREEN)>
Temperature indicator <TEMP>
Filter indicator <FILTER>
■ Lamp indicator <LAMP1>/<LAMP2>
Status
Points to be
checked
Remedial
measure
Lighting in red
Indicates the time to
replace the lamp unit.
Blinking in red
(once)
The lamp unit is not
installed.
z Is [REPLACE
z Is the lamp unit
LAMP] displayed
installed?
when you turned on
the power?
Blinking in red
(3 times)
A problem is detected in the lamp or the power
supply for the lamp.
z Did you turn on
the power again
immediately after
turning it off?
z This indicator lights z Install the lamp unit. z Wait until the lamp
z If the indicator is
up when the lamp
has cooled off
unit usage has
still blinking in red
before turning on
reached 1 800
despite having
the power.
hours (when [LAMP
installed a lamp unit,
POWER] is set to
consult your dealer.
[HIGH]).
z Replace the lamp
unit.
z Some error has
arisen in the lamp
circuit. Check for
fluctuation (or
drop) in the source
voltage.
z Set the <MAIN
POWER> switch to
<OFF> ( page 35),
and consult your
dealer.
Note
z If the lamp indicators <LAMP1>/<LAMP2> are still lighting or blinking after taking the preceding measures, ask
your dealer to repair the unit.
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Maintenance
Lamp
indication
LAMP/TEMP/FILTER Indicators
■ Temperature indicator <TEMP>
Lamp
indication
Status
Points to be
checked
Remedial
measure
Blinking in red
(once)
Lighting in red
Warm-up status
z Did you turn on
the power when
the ambient
temperature was
lower than approx.
0°C (32°F)?
Internal temperature
Internal temperature is
is high. (Standby
high. (WARNING)
condition)
Blinking in red
(3 times)
The cooling fan has
been stopped.
z Is the ventilating port (intake/exhaust)
blocked?
z Is the room temperature too high?
z Is the filter indicator <FILTER> lit?
z Wait about five
z Remove any objects that are blocking the
minutes in the
ventilating port (intake/exhaust).
z Move the projector to a temperature of 0°C
current status.
z Install the unit in
(32°F) - 45°C (113°F) *1 and the humidity of
a location with an
20% to 80% (no condensation).
ambient temperature
from 0°C (32°F) 45°C (113°F)*1.
―
z Set the <MAIN
POWER> switch to
<OFF> ( page 35),
and consult your
dealer.
*1: When using the projector at high elevations 1 400 m (4 593 ft) – 2 700 m (8 858 ft) sea level, the temperature will be 5°C (41°F)
lower than this higher limit.
Note
z If the temperature indicator <TEMP> is still lighting or blinking after taking the preceding measures, ask your
dealer to repair the unit.
z If the projector is used with the following two settings when the ambient temperature reaches 40°C (104°F) (35°C
(95°F) in [HIGH ALTITUDE MODE]) or above, the light output may decrease by 20% to protect the projector.
– [LAMP SELECT] is set to [DUAL] in the menu
– [LAMP POWER] is set to [HIGH] in the menu
■ Filter indicator <FILTER>
Lamp indication
Lighting in red
Blinking in red
Status
The filter is clogged.
The ambient temperature or the internal temperature is extremely high.
The air filter unit is
not attached.
z Is the air filter
unit dirt?
z Is the air filter
unit attached?
Points to be
checked
Maintenance
Remedial
measure
z Is the ventilating
z Is [HIGH ALTITUDE
port (intake/
MODE] set correctly?
exhaust) blocked?
z Clean the air filter z Remove any
unit. ( page 89)
objects that are
blocking the
ventilating port
(intake/exhaust).
z When using the projector z Attach the air
at high elevations 1 400 m
filter unit.
(4 593 ft) – 2 700 m
(8 858 ft) sea level, set
[HIGH ALTITUDE MODE]
( page 61) to [ON].
z Do not use the projector
at high elevations 2 700 m
(8 858 ft) or higher sea
level.
Note
z If the filter indicator <FILTER> is still lighting or blinking after taking the preceding measures, ask your dealer to
repair the unit.
z If the air filter unit is not attached when the power is turned on, the filter indicator <FILTER> will blink in red and
the power will turn off after ten minutes.
z If the filter is clogged, only one lamp may light even when [LAMP SELECT] is set to [DUAL]. Clean the air filter
unit or replace with new one.
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Maintenance/ReplacementMaintenance/Replacement
Before maintaining/replacing the unit
z Make sure to turn off the power before maintaining or replacing the unit.( pages 32, 35)
z When turning off the power, make sure to follow the procedures in “Powering off the projector” ( page 35).
Maintenance
■ Outer case
Wipe off dirt and dust with a soft, dry cloth.
z If the dirt is persistent, soak the cloth with water and wring it thoroughly before wiping. Dry off the projector
with a dry cloth.
z Do not use benzene, thinner, or rubbing alcohol, other solvents, or household cleaners. Using them may
cause deterioration of the outer case.
z When using chemical treated dusters, follow the instructions.
■ Front surface of the lens
Wipe off dirt and dust off the front surface of the lens with a soft clean cloth.
z Do not use a cloth that is fluffy, dusty, or soaked with oil/water.
z Do not use excessive force when wiping the lens as it is fragile.
Attention
z Impacts or excessive force when wiping may scratch its surface. Please handle with care.
■ Air filter unit
Perform maintenance of the air filter unit in the following cases.
z The air filter is clogged with dust, causing the filter replacement message to appear on the screen and the
filter indicator <FILTER> to light in red.
1) Remove the air filter cover.
z Use a Phillips screw driver to turn the air filter
cover screw (one screw) counterclockwise until
it turns freely, and then remove the air filter
cover.
Air filter cover
3) Clean and dry the air filter unit.
z Cleaning the air filter unit
(a) Soak the air filter unit in cold or warm water
and then lightly rinse it.
• Do not use cleaning tools such as brushes.
• When rinsing, hold the frame of the air filter
unit without putting strong pressure on the
filter unit.
(b) Rinse the unit two to three times using fresh
water each time.
• Insufficient rinsing may result in odors.
2) Pull out the air filter unit.
z Hold the tabs on the air filter unit and pull out
the air filter unit from the projector.
Air filter unit
Tabs
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z Drying the air filter unit
• Let the unit naturally dry off in
a well-ventilated place where
there is little dust and the unit
is protected from direct
sunlight.
• Do not dry using
drying
devices
such as
dryers.
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Maintenance
Air filter cover screw
Maintenance/Replacement
4) Attach the air filter unit to the
projector.
z The air filter unit has vertical distinctions. (Check
the direction of the allow .)
z Perform Step 2) in the reverse order.
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5) Attach the air filter cover to the
projector and use a Phillips
screwdriver to tighten the air filter
cover screw.
z Perform Step 1) in the reverse order.
Attention
z After washing the air filter unit, dry it thoroughly
before attaching it back to the projector. Attaching a
wet unit will cause an electric shock or malfunction.
z Do not disassemble the air filter unit.
Note
z Make sure that the air filter is properly attached
before using the projector. If it is not properly
installed, the projector will suck in dirt and dust
causing a malfunction which turns the power off
after ten minutes. (The time remaining before
the power is turned off is displayed in one minute
intervals.)
z Replace the air filter unit with a replacement filter
unit (ET-EMF300) if it is damaged or if the dirt does
not come off even after washing.
z Air filter replacement is recommended after
cleaning the unit two times.
z The dust-proof properties may reduce after each
cleaning.
Replacing the unit
■ Air filter unit
If dirt does not come off even if the unit is maintained, it is time for the unit to be replaced.
The replacement filter unit (ET-EMF300) is sold separately. To purchase the product, consult your dealer.
■ Replacement of the air filter unit
Attention
z Make sure to turn off the power before replacing
the air filter unit.
z When replacing the unit, make sure that the
projector is stable. Perform the replacement in a
safe place where the projector will not be damaged
even if you drop the air filter unit.
z After removing the air filter unit, remove large
foreign objects and dust from the air filter unit
and the projector's air intake port if there are
any.
3) Attach the separately sold replacement
filter unit (ET-EMF300) to the projector.
z The air filter unit has vertical distinctions. (Check
the direction of the allow .)
z Perform Step 2) in the reverse order.
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1) Remove the air filter cover.
z Use a Phillips screw driver to turn the air filter
cover screw (one screw) counterclockwise until it
turns freely, and then remove the air filter cover.
Air filter cover
4) Attach the air filter cover to the
projector. Using a Phillips screwdriver,
tighten the air filter cover screw.
z Perform Step 1) in the reverse order.
Maintenance
Attention
z When turning the projector on, make sure that the
air filter unit is installed before using the projector. If
it is not properly installed, the projector will suck in
dirt and dust causing a malfunction which turns the
power off after ten minutes. (The time remaining
before the power is turned off is displayed in one
minute intervals.)
Air filter cover screw
2) Pull out the air filter unit.
z Hold the tabs on the air filter unit and pull out
the air filter unit from the projector.
Air filter unit
Tabs
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Note
z The replacement cycle of the air filter unit varies
greatly depending on the usage environment.
Maintenance/Replacement
■ Lamp unit
The lamp unit is a consumable component. Check the usage duration in the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu 
[STATUS] ( page 64) and perform regular replacement.
It is recommended that you request a qualified technician to replace the lamp unit. Consult your dealer.
Consult your dealer to purchase a replacement lamp unit (ET-LAD60A: 1 pc, ET-LAD60AW: 2 pcs).
Attention
z Do not replace the lamp unit when it is hot. (Wait at least one hour after use.)
The inside of the cover can become very hot, take care to avoid burn injuries.
■ Notes on the replacement of the lamp unit
z Since the luminous lamp is made of glass, it may burst if dropped or hit with a hard object.
Please handle with care.
z A Phillips screwdriver is necessary when replacing the lamp unit.
z When replacing the lamp unit, be sure to hold it by the handle.
z The lamp may burst. Replace the lamp unit carefully so that the broken pieces of the lamp glass will not
scatter. When the projector is mounted on the ceiling, do not make the replacement directly under the lamp
unit or put your face near it.
z The lamp contains mercury. When disposing of used lamps, ask your nearest ward office or dealer about
proper disposal of the unit.
Attention
z Use only specified lamp units.
z The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
■ When to replace the lamp unit
The lamp unit is a consumable component. Since its brightness gradually decreases over time, it is necessary
to replace it regularly. The estimated duration before replacement is 2 000 hours. However, this may be
shortened depending on individual lamp characteristics, usage conditions, and the installation environment.
Therefore, it is strongly recommended that a replacement lamp unit be kept. The unit can damage the
projector if it has not been replaced after 2 000 hours of usage. Thus, the lamp automatically turns off after
approximately ten minutes.
On screen
Lamp indicator
REPLACE LAMP
Over 2 000 hours
The message remains displayed until you
press any button.
Lights in red even during the standby
mode. (only the corresponding lamp
lights up)
Maintenance
Over 1 800 hours
The message is displayed for 30 seconds.
Pressing any button on the control panel
or remote control within 30 seconds will
clear the message.
Note
z 2 000 hours of use is a rough guideline, but this is not a guarantee.
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Maintenance/Replacement
■ Replacing the lamp unit
Attention
z When the projector is mounted on the ceiling, do not put your face near the lamp unit.
z Securely attach the lamp unit and lamp unit cover.
z If the lamp unit is not installed properly, remove it and then install it again. Pushing it in forcibly may break the
connector.
1) Follow the procedures described in
“Powering off the projector”( page 35)
to set the <MAIN POWER> switch to
<OFF>, disconnect the power plug
from the power outlet, and wait at least
one hour, and then check if the lamp
unit has cooled down.
2) Remove the lamp unit cover.
(a) Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the
lamp unit cover fixing screw (one screw)
until it turns freely, and then open the lamp
unit cover in the direction of the arrow.
(b) Hold the lamp unit firmly, slide it towards the
control buttons, then pull it out.
5) Use a Phillips screw driver to tighten
the lamp unit fixing screws (three
screws each).
6) Attach the lamp unit cover.
(a) Attach the lamp unit cover by aligning the (i)
and
).
and (ii) symbols (
(b) After sliding the lamp unit cover in the
direction of the arrow and inserting it
forward, securely tighten the lamp unit cover
fixing screw.
z Make sure that the lamp unit cover connector is
firmly inserted into the fan power connector.
(i)
Lamp unit cover
(a)
(ii)
Fan power connector
(a)
Lamp unit cover
fixing screw
(b)
3) Use a Phillips screw driver to remove
the lamp unit fixing screws (three
screws each), and then holding the
handles, pull out the lamp unit from
the projector.
Handles
Lamp unit 1
Maintenance
Lamp unit 2
Lamp unit fixing screws
4) Carefully push the new lamp unit into
the projector.
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Lamp unit cover
fixing screw
(b)
Lamp unit cover
Note
z When you replace the new lamp unit, the projector
resets the total usage time of the lamp unit
automatically.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Review the following points. For details, see the corresponding pages.
Points to be checked
Reference page
z Is the power plug firmly inserted into the outlet?
―
z Is the <MAIN POWER> switch turned <OFF>?
35
z Does the outlet in which the power plug is inserted have a supply of electricity?
Power does not turn
z Have the circuit breakers tripped?
on.
z Is the temperature indicator <TEMP> or the lamp indicators
<LAMP1>/<LAMP2> lit or blinking?
No picture appears.
The picture is fuzzy.
The color is pale or
grayish.
The remote control
does not operate.
―
―
87, 88
z Is the lamp unit cover securely installed?
92
z Is the connection to the picture (output) device correct?
30
z Is the input selection setting correct?
38
z Is the [BRIGHTNESS] adjustment setting at a minimum?
44
z Is the external device that is connected to the projector working properly?
―
z Is the shutter function in use?
38
z Has the lens focus been set correctly?
36
z Is the projection distance appropriate?
22
z Is the lens dirty?
15
z Is the projector installed perpendicular to the screen?
―
z Are the [COLOR] and [TINT] adjusted correctly?
45
z Is the device connected to the projector adjusted correctly?
30
―
z Is the RGB cable damaged?
z Are the batteries depleted?
―
z Is the polarity of the batteries set correctly?
20
z Are there any obstructions between the remote control and the
projector's remote control signal receiver?
17
z Is the remote control being used beyond its effective operation range?
17
z Are other forms of light, such as fluorescent lights, affecting the projection?
17
z Is the [REMOTE CONTROLLER] setting in [CONTROL DEVICE
SETUP] set to [DISABLE]?
71
z Is the <REMOTE 2 IN> terminal used for external control?
100
z Is the ID number setting correct?
20
On screen menu
does not appear.
z Is the on-screen display function turned off (hidden)?
The control buttons
of the projector do
not operate.
z Is the [CONTROL PANEL] setting in [CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] set to [DISABLE]?
71
z Is the <REMOTE 2 IN> terminal used for external control?
100
z Is the [SYSTEM SELECTOR] selection set correctly?
The picture does not
z Is there a problem with the VCR or other picture sources?
display correctly.
z Is the projector getting signals that it does not support?
47
19, 38
―
102
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Maintenance
Problems
Troubleshooting
Problems
Points to be checked
Reference page
z Is the cable too long? (Use a cable that is 10 m or shorter.)
―
Picture from a
computer does not
appear.
z Is the external video output of the laptop computer set correctly? (Example:
The external output settings may switch by pressing the [Fn] + [F3] or [Fn]
+ [F10] key simultaneously. Since the method varies depending on the
computer type, refer to the user manual provided with your computer.)
―
Picture from a
computer's DVI-D
graphic board does
not appear.
z Is the [DVI-D IN] setting set to [EDID3]/[EDID2:PC]?
58
z The graphics accelerator driver of the computer may need to be updated
to the latest version.
―
z The computer may need to be restarted after performing [DVI-D IN] settings.
58
Attention
z If problems persist even after checking the preceding points, consult your dealer.
Maintenance
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Technical Information
Technical Information
PJLink protocol
The network function of this projector supports the PJLink class 1, and the PJLink protocol can be used to
perform projector setting and projector status query operations from a computer.
■ Control commands
The following table lists the PJLink protocol commands that can be used to control the projector.
Command
Control details
Notes
POWR
Power supply control
Parameters
0 = Standby
1 = Power ON
POWR?
Power supply status query
Parameters
0 = Standby
2 = Cool-down in progress
INPT
Input selection
INPT?
Input selection query
AVMT
Shutter control
AVMT?
Shutter status query
Parameters
11=RGB1
22=S-VIDEO
12=RGB2
31=DVI-D
1 = Power ON
3 = Warm-up in progress
21=VIDEO
Parameters
30 = SHUTTER function off (picture mute canceled)
31 = SHUTTER function on (picture mute)
Error status query
Parameters
1st byte: Indicates fan errors, range 0 - 2
2nd byte: Indicates lamp errors, range 0 - 2
3rd byte: Indicates temperature errors, range 0 - 2
4th byte: Indicates cover open errors, range 0 - 2
5th byte: Indicates filter errors, range 0 - 2
6th byte: Indicates other errors, range 0 - 2
Definitions for each value from 0 to 2 are as follows
0 = No error detected 1 = Warning 2 = Error
LAMP?
Lamp status query
Parameters
1st digits (1 - 5 digits): Lamp 1 cumulative operating time
2nd digit: 0 = Lamp 1 off, 1 = Lamp 1 on
3rd digits (1 - 5 digits): Lamp 2 cumulative operating time
4th digit: 0 = Lamp 2 off, 1 = Lamp 2 on
INST?
Input selection list query
Parameters are returned with the following values.
“11 12 21 22 31”
NAME?
Projector name query
Returns the name set in [PROJECTOR NAME] of [NETWORK
SETUP].
INF1?
Manufacturer name query
Returns “Panasonic”.
INF2?
Model name query
Returns “DX800E” “DW730E”.
INF0?
Other information query
Returns information such as version number.
CLSS?
Class information query
Returns “1”.
ERST?
■ PJLink security authentication
Appendix
The password used for PJLink is the same as that of the password set for web browser control.
When using PJLink without security authentication, do not set a password for web browser control.
z For specifications regarding PJLink, refer to the Japan Business Machine and Information System
Industries Association website.
URL http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
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Technical Information
Control commands via LAN
■ When WEB Control administrator rights password is set (Protect mode)
zConnection method
1) Obtain the IP address and port number (Initial set value = 1024) of the projector and
request for a connection to the projector.
You can obtain both the IP address and the port number from the menu screen of the projector.
IP address
Port No.
Obtain from MAIN MENU  [NETWORK]  [NETWORK STATUS]
Obtain from MAIN MENU  [NETWORK]  [NETWORK CONTROL]  [COMMAND
PORT]
2) Check the projector's response.
Response data
Data section
Blank
Mode
Blank
Random number section
“NTCONTROL”
(ASCII string)
‘’
0x20
‘1’
0x31
‘’
0x20
9 bytes
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
“zzzzzzzz”
(ASCII code hexadecimal
number)
8 bytes
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Mode: 1 = Protect mode
3) Generate a 32-byte hash value from the following data using MD5 algorithm.
“xxxxxx:yyyyy:zzzzzzzz”
xxxxxx
yyyyy
zzzzzzzz
Administrator rights user name for WEB CONTROL (default user name is “admin1”).
Password of above administrator rights user (default password is “panasonic”).
8-byte random number obtained in Step 2)
zCommand transmission method
Transmit using the following command formats.
Transmitted data
Header
Hash value
(See above “Connection
method”)
32 bytes
Data section
Termination
symbol
‘0’
0x30
‘0’
0x30
Control command
(ASCII string)
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
1 byte
Undefined length
1 byte
Received data
Header
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Data section
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Control command
(ASCII string)
Undefined length
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Error response
Appendix
“ERR1”
“ERR2”
“ERR3”
“ERR4”
“ERR5”
“ERRA”
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Error message
Undefined control command
Out of parameter range
Busy state or no-acceptable period
Timeout or no-acceptable period
Wrong data length
Password mismatch
4 bytes
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Technical Information
■ When WEB Control administrator rights password is not set (Non-protect mode)
zConnection method
1) Obtain the IP address and port number (Initial set value = 1024) of the projector and
request for a connection to the projector.
You can obtain both the IP address and the port number from the menu screen of the projector.
IP address
Port No.
Obtain from MAIN MENU  [NETWORK]  [NETWORK STATUS]
Obtain from MAIN MENU  [NETWORK]  [NETWORK CONTROL]  [COMMAND
PORT]
2) Check the projector's response
Response data
Data section
Blank
Mode
“NTCONTROL”
(ASCII string)
9 bytes
‘’
0x20
1 byte
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Mode: 0 = Non-protect mode
zCommand transmission method
Transmit using the following command formats.
Transmitted data
Header
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Data section
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Control command
(ASCII string)
Undefined length
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Received data
Header
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Data section
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Control command
(ASCII string)
Undefined length
Termination
symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Error response
Error message
Undefined control command
Out of parameter range
Busy state or no-acceptable period
Timeout or no-acceptable period
Wrong data length
Password mismatch
4 bytes
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Appendix
“ERR1”
“ERR2”
“ERR3”
“ERR4”
“ERR5”
“ERRA”
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Technical Information
Serial terminal
The <SERIAL IN>/<SERIAL OUT> terminals on the side of the projector conform with RS-232C so that the
projector can be connected to and controlled from a computer.
■ Connection
Single projector
Multiple projectors
<Connecting terminals on projector>
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Computer
Computer
<Connecting terminals on
projector 1>
<Connecting terminals on
projector 2>
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
(female)
(male)
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
(female)
(male)
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
(male)
(female)
Communication cable
Communication cable
D-Sub 9-pin
(male)
Communication cable
■ Pin assignments and signal names
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
Outside view
(6)
(9)
(1)
(5)
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Outside view
(9)
(6)
(5)
(1)
Pin No.
Signal name
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
–
TXD
RXD
–
GND
–
CTS
RTS
–
Pin No.
Signal name
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
–
RXD
TXD
–
GND
–
RTS
CTS
–
Details
NC
Transmitted data
Received data
Connected internally
Earth
NC
Connected internally
NC
Details
NC
Received data
Transmitted data
NC
Earth
NC
Connected internally
NC
■ Communication conditions (Factory default settings)
Appendix
Signal level
Sync. method
Baud rate
Parity
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RS-232C-compliant
Asynchronous
9 600 bps
None
Character length
Stop bit
X parameter
S parameter
8 bits
1 bit
None
None
Technical Information
■ Basic format
Transmission from the computer starts with STX, then the ID, command, parameter, and ETX are sent in this
order. Add parameters according to the details of control.
(2 bytes)
Semicolon (1 byte)
Colon (1 byte)
End (1 byte)
2 ID characters (2 bytes)
Start (1 byte)
Parameter (undefined length)
3 command characters
ZZ, 01 to 64 and 0A to 0Z
(3 bytes)
ID designate
Attention
z When a command is transmitted after the lamp turned on, there may be a delay in response or the command
may not be executed. Try sending any command after 60 seconds.
z When transmitting multiple commands, be sure to wait until 0.5 seconds has elapsed after receiving the
response from the projector before sending the next command. When transmitting a command which does not
need a parameter, a colon (:) is not necessary.
Note
z If a command cannot be executed, a “ER401” response is sent from the projector to the computer.
z If an invalid parameter is sent, a “ER402” response is sent from the projector to the computer.
z ID transmission in RS-232C supports ZZ (ALL) and the 01 to 64 and 0A to 0Z groups.
z If a command is sent with a specified ID, a response will be sent to the computer only in the following cases.
– It matches the projector ID
– ID setting is set to ALL and responding (ID ALL) is [ON]
– ID setting is set to Group and responding (ID Group) is [ON]
z STX and ETX are character codes. STX shown in hexadecimal is 02, and ETX shown in hexadecimal is 03.
■ Cable specifications
<When connected to a computer>
1
NC
NC
2
Projector
(<SERIAL IN>
terminal)
3
4
NC
2
4
5
NC
NC
7
8
9
1
2
3
NC
5
6
<When connected multiple projectors>
1
NC
NC
6
Computer
(DTE specifications)
Projector 1
(<SERIAL OUT>
terminal)
NC
NC
3
4
3
NC
NC
5
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
1
2
Projector 2
(<SERIAL IN>
terminal)
4
5
NC
NC
6
7
8
NC
NC
9
■ Control commands
The following table lists the commands that can be used to control the projector using a a computer.
<Projector control command>
IIS
QSL
LPM
OLP
Switch input modes
Query for active
lamp selection
Lamp mode
Lamp power setting
Notes (Parameter)
To check if the power is on, use the “Power query” command.
000 = Standby 001 = POWER ON
VID = VIDEO SVD = S-VIDEO RG1 = RGB1
RG2 = RGB2 DVI = DVI-D
0 = DUAL 1 = SINGLE*1
2 = LAMP1
0 = DUAL 1 = SINGLE*1
0 = HIGH 1 = LOW
2 = Only LAMP1 is ON
3 = LAMP2
3 = Only LAMP2 is ON
Appendix
Command
Details
PON
POWER ON
POF
STANDBY
QPW Power query
*1: Uses the lamp (LAMP1 or LAMP2) with shorter operating hours.
ENGLISH - 99
Technical Information
REMOTE 2 IN terminal
It is possible to control the projector remotely (by external contact) from a control panel located away from
the projector where remote control signals cannot reach. Use the <REMOTE 2 IN> terminal on the side of the
projector to connect to the control panel.
Remote control
External control
Remote control/External control
Standby
ON
LAMP
RGB1
VIDEO
RGB2
S-VIDEO
DVI-D
Projector set up in a meeting room
Control panel located in a different room
■ Pin assignments and signal names
D-Sub 9-pin (Outside view)
(6)
(9)
(1)
(5)
Pin No.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Signal name
GND
POWER
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DVI-D
SHUTTER
(9)
RST/SET
Open (H)
–
OFF
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
OFF
Controlled by remote
control
Short (L)
GND
ON
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DVI-D
ON
Controlled by
external contact
Attention
z When controlling, make sure to short-circuit pins (1) and (9).
z When pins (1) and (9) are short-circuited, the following buttons on the control panel and the remote control
cannot be used.
The POWER ON < > button, the STANDBY < > button, the <SHUTTER> button, and the corresponding
RS-232C commands and network functions cannot be used either.
z When pins (1) and (9) are short-circuited, do not short-circuit any pins from (3) to (7) with pin (1). The following
buttons on the control panel and the remote control cannot be used.
The POWER ON < > button, the STANDBY < > button, the <RGB1> button, the <RGB2> button, the
<DVI-D> button, the <VIDEO> button, the <S-VIDEO> button, the <SHUTTER> button, and the corresponding
RS-232C commands and network functions cannot be used either.
Appendix
Note
z For pin (2) to pin (8) settings, you can make changes if you set [REMOTE2 MODE] to [USER]. ( page 64)
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Technical Information
Two window display combination list (PT-DW730E only)
RGB1
Still
image
RGB1
Movie
RGB2
Still
image
RGB2
Movie
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DVI
Still
image
DVI
Movie
–
–
3
3
3
3
3
3
–
–
3
–
–
–
3
–
3
3
–
–
3
3
3
3
3
–
–
–
–
–
3
–
VIDEO
3
–
3
–
–
–
3
–
S-VIDEO
3
–
3
–
–
–
3
–
3
3
3
3
3
3
–
–
3
–
3
–
–
–
–
–
Input A
Input B
RGB1
Still image
RGB1
Movie
RGB2
Still image
RGB2
Movie
DVI
Still image
DVI
Movie
3:
Two window display combination is possible
–:
Two window display combination is not possible
Signals that are treated as “movies”:
480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i, 1080/60p,
1080/50p, 1080/24sF, 1080/30p, 1080/25p, 1080/24p,
720/60p, 720/50p, NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL60
Menu lock password
Appendix
To initialize your password, consult your distributor.
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Technical Information
List of compatible signals
The following table specifies the types of signals compatible with the projectors.
Scanning frequency
Plug and play*6
Dot
clock
Picture
DVI-D DVI-D
Horizontal Vertical frequency quality*3
RGB2
(kHz)
(Hz)
EDID1 EDID2
(MHz)
Mode
Resolution
(Dots)
NTSC/NTSC4.43/
PAL-M/PAL60
720 x 480i
15.7
59.9
–
A
–
–
–
V/S
PAL/PAL-N/SECAM
720 x 576i
15.6
50.0
–
A
–
–
–
V/S
525i(480i)
720 x 480i
15.7
59.9
13.5
A
–
–
–
R/Y
625i(576i)
720 x 576i
15.6
50.0
13.5
A
–
–
–
R/Y
525p(480p)
720 x 483
31.5
59.9
27.0
A
–
3
–
D/R/Y
720 x 576
31.3
50.0
27.0
A
–
3
–
D/R/Y
1 920 x 1 080i
33.8
60.0
74.3
A
–
3
–
D/R/Y
1125(1080)/50i
1 920 x 1 080i
28.1
50.0
74.3
A
–
3
–
D/R/Y
1125(1080)/24p
1 920 x 1 080
27.0
24.0
74.3
A
–
3
–
D/R/Y
1125(1080)/24sF
1 920 x 1 080i
27.0
24.0
74.3
A
–
–
–
D/R/Y
1125(1080)/25p
1 920 x 1 080
28.1
25.0
74.3
A
–
3
–
D/R/Y
1125(1080)/30p
1 920 x 1 080
33.8
30.0
74.3
A
–
–
–
D/R/Y
1125(1080)/60p
1 920 x 1 080
67.5
60.0
148.5
A
–
3
–
D/R/Y
1125(1080)/50p
1 920 x 1 080
56.3
50.0
148.5
A
–
3
–
D/R/Y
750 (720)/60p
1 280 x 720
45.0
60.0
74.3
AA
–
3
–
D/R/Y
750 (720)/50p
1 280 x 720
37.5
50.0
74.3
AA
–
3
–
D/R/Y
640 x 400
31.5
70.1
25.2
A
–
–
–
D/R
640 x 400
37.9
85.1
31.5
A
–
–
–
D/R
640 x 480
31.5
59.9
25.2
A
3
3
3
D/R
640 x 480
35.0
66.7
30.2
A
–
–
–
D/R
640 x 480
37.9
72.8
31.5
A
3
–
3
D/R
640 x 480
37.5
75.0
31.5
A
3
–
3
D/R
640 x 480
43.3
85.0
36.0
A
–
–
–
D/R
800 x 600
35.2
56.3
36.0
A
3
–
3
D/R
800 x 600
37.9
60.3
40.0
A
3
–
3
D/R
800 x 600
48.1
72.2
50.0
A
3
–
3
D/R
800 x 600
46.9
75.0
56.3
A
3
–
3
D/R
800 x 600
53.7
85.1
56.3
A
–
–
–
D/R
832 x 624
49.7
74.6
57.3
A
3
–
3
D/R
1 024 x 768
39.6
50.0
51.9
AA
–
–
–
D/R
1 024 x 768
48.4
60.0
65.0
*5
AA
3
–
3
D/R
1 024 x 768
56.5
70.1
75.0
AA*5
3
–
3
D/R
1 024 x 768
60.0
75.0
78.8
AA*5
3
–
3
D/R
1 024 x 768
65.5
81.6
86.0
AA*5
–
–
–
D/R
1 024 x 768
68.7
85.0
94.5
AA*5
–
–
–
D/R
1 024 x 768
80.0
100.0
105.0
AA*5
–
–
–
D/R
1 024 x 768
96.7
120.0
130.0
AA*5
–
–
–
D/R
625p(576p)
1125(1080)/60i
*1
VGA400
VGA480
SVGA
MAC16
XGA
Appendix
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*4
*4
*5
Format*7
Technical Information
Resolution
(Dots)
Mode
Scanning frequency
Plug and play*6
Dot
clock
Picture
DVI-D DVI-D
Horizontal Vertical frequency quality*3
RGB2
(kHz)
(Hz)
EDID1 EDID2
(MHz)
Format*7
1 152 x 864
64.0
71.2
94.2
A
–
–
–
D/R
1 152 x 864
67.5
74.9
108.0
A
–
–
–
D/R
1 152 x 864
76.7
85.0
121.5
A
–
–
–
D/R
1 152 x 870
68.7
75.1
100.0
A
3
–
3
D/R
1 280 x 768
39.6
49.9
65.3
AA
–
–
–
D/R
1 280 x 768
47.8
59.9
79.5
AA
–
–
–
D/R
1 280 x 800
41.3
50.0
68.0
*4
AA
–
–
–
D/R
1 280 x 800
49.7
59.8
83.5
AA*4
–
–
–
D/R
1 280 x 960
60.0
60.0
108.0
A
–
–
–
D/R
1 280 x 1 024
64.0
60.0
108.0
A
3
–
3
D/R
1 280 x 1 024
80.0
75.0
135.0
A
3
–
3
D/R
1 280 x 1 024
91.1
85.0
157.5
B
–
–
–
D/R
1 400 x 1 050
65.2
60.0
122.6
A
3
–
3
D/R
1 400 x 1 050
82.2
75.0
155.9
B
–
–
–
D/R
WXGA+
1 440 x 900
55.9
59.9
106.5
A
–
–
–
D/R
UXGA
1 600 x 1 200
75.0
60.0
162.0
B
3
–
3
D/R
1 680 x 1 050
65.3
60.0
146.3
A
–
–
–
D/R
1 920 x 1 080
66.6
59.9
138.5
A
–
–
–
D/R
1 920 x 1 200
74.0
60.0
154.0
B
3
–
3
D/R
MXGA
MAC21
1280 x 768
1280 x 800
MSXGA
SXGA
SXGA+
WSXGA+
1920 x 1080
*2
WUXGA
*2
*4
*4
*1: When the 1035/60i signal is input, the signal is displayed as 1080/60i.
*2: VESA CVT-RB (Reduced Blanking) compatible
*3: Signals that show display picture quality are as follows.
AA
A
B
: Projects the image in the highest picture quality.
: Converts the image in the image processing circuit and projects the image.
: Samples the image in the image processing circuit and projects the image.
*4: Signal A for PT-DX800E.
*5: Signal A for PT-DW730E.
*6: Signals with a 3 in Plug and play are signals described in the projector's EDID (extended display identification data). If a signal
has no 3 in Plug and play but has an entry in the Format column, it can be entered. For signals without a 3 in Plug and play,
there are instances that resolution cannot be selected even though the computer supports them.
*7: Signals that show formats are as follows.
V: Video
S: S-Video
D: DVI-D
R: RGB
Y: YPBPR
Appendix
Note
z The number of display dots is 1 280 x 800 for the PT-DW730E and 1 024 x 768 for the PT-DX800E. A signal
with a different resolution will be projected after converting the resolution to match the projector display.
z The “i” at the end of the resolution indicates an interlaced signal.
z When interlaced signals are connected, flicker may occur on the projected image.
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Specifications
Specifications
The following table describes the specifications of the projector.
Model No.
PT-DW730E
PT-DW730EL
Power supply
PT-DX800E
AC 220 V - 240 V
PT-DX800EL
50 Hz/60 Hz
760 W
Power consumption
(When [STANDBY MODE] is set to [ECO]: 0.3 W
When [STANDBY MODE] is set to [NORMAL]: 9 W)
Amps
4.3 A
Size
DLP
chip
0.65" (aspect ratio 16:10)
Display system
One-unit DLP chip, DLP type
1 024 000 pixels
(1 280 x 800 dots)
Number of pixels
Lens
Power zoom
1.8 to 2.5:1
Power focus
F = 1.7 to 1.9
f = 25.6 mm
to 35.7 mm
Optional
7 000 lm *1 (ANSI)
For video
signals
(including
S-video)
Optional
8 000 lm *1 (ANSI)
Horizontal: 15.75 kHz/15.63 kHz, Vertical: 50 Hz/60 Hz
Horizontal: 15 kHz to 91 kHz, Vertical: 50 Hz to 85 Hz
PIAS (Panasonic Intelligent Auto Scanning) system
For RGB signals
For YPBPR
signals
F = 1.7 to 1.9
f = 25.6 mm
to 35.7 mm
300 W (maximum of 310 W) UHM lamp x 2
Light output
For DVI-D
signals
786 432 pixels
(1 024 x 768 dots)
1.8 to 2.5:1
Luminous lamp
Applicable
scanning
frequency
0.7" (aspect ratio 4:3)
Dot clock frequency
150 MHz or less
525p(480p), 625p(576p), 750(720)/60p, 750(720)/50p,
1125(1080)/60p, 1125(1080)/50p, 1125(1080)/60i, 1125(1080)/50i,
1125(1080)/24sF, 1125(1080)/30p,
1125(1080)/25p, 1125(1080)/24p
zDisplayable resolution: VGA to WUXGA (non-interlaced)
zDot clock frequency: 25 MHz to 162 MHz
zWUXGA signals support only VESA CVT-RB (Reduced Blanking) signals.
[525i (480i)] H: 15.75 kHz, V: 60 Hz
[525p (480p)] H: 31.5 kHz, V: 60 Hz
[750 (720)/60p] H: 45 kHz, V: 60 Hz
[1035/60i] H: 33.75 kHz, V: 60 Hz
[1125 (1080)/50i] H: 28.13 kHz, V: 50 Hz
[1125 (1080)/24p] H: 27 kHz, V: 24 Hz
[1125 (1080)/30p] H: 33.75 kHz, V: 30 Hz
[1125 (1080)/50p] H: 56.25 kHz, V: 50 Hz
[625i (576i)] H: 15.63 kHz, V: 50 Hz
[625p (576p)] H: 31.25 kHz, V: 50 Hz
[750 (720)/50p] H: 37.5 kHz, V: 50 Hz
[1125 (1080)/60i] H: 33.75 kHz, V: 60 Hz
[1125 (1080)/25p] H: 28.13 kHz, V: 25 Hz
[1125 (1080)/24sF] H: 27 kHz, V: 48 Hz
[1125 (1080)/60p] H: 67.5 kHz, V: 60 Hz
zSYNC/HD terminals and VD terminals are not supported in 3 value SYNC.
Color system
7 standards (NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL/PAL-N/PAL-M/SECAM/PAL60)
Screen size
1.27 m (50") - 15.24 m (600")*2
Screen aspect ratio
16:10
Projection method
Contrast ratio
4:3
Front ceiling/front floor/rear ceiling/rear floor
2 500:1
(when [CONTRAST MODE] is set to [HIGH])
2 000:1
(when [CONTRAST MODE] is set to [HIGH])
Appendix
1 set (BNC x 5)
Terminals
[RGB SIGNAL]
0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (SYNC ON GREEN: 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω)
SYNC/HD, TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity
compatible
VD, TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
[YPBPR signal]
Y:1.0 V [p-p] including synchronization signal, PBPR: 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
RGB1 IN
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Specifications
Model No.
PT-DW730E
PT-DW730EL
PT-DX800E
PT-DX800EL
1 set, high-density D-Sub 15 p (female)
[RGB SIGNAL]
0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (SYNC ON GREEN: 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω)
SYNC/HD, TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity
compatible
VD, TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
[YPBPR signal]
Y:1.0 V [p-p] including synchronization signal, PBPR: 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
RGB2 IN
Terminals
VIDEO IN
1 set, BNC 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω
S-VIDEO IN
1 set, Mini DIN 4 p Y 1.0 V [p-p], C 0.286 V [p-p] 75 Ω S1 signal compliant
SERIAL IN/OUT
D-Sub 9 p, each set, RS-232C compatible, for computer control
REMOTE1 IN/
OUT
M3 stereo mini jack, for each remote control (wired) / projector connection control
REMOTE2 IN/
OUT
1 set, D-Sub 9 p (female), for external control (contact control)
DVI-D IN
1 set, DVI-D 24 p, single link, DVI1.0 compatible, HDCP compliant
LAN
1 set, RJ-45 for network connection, PJLink compliant, 10Base-T/100Base-TX
Power cable length
3.0 m (118-1/8")
Outer case
Molded plastic
Dimensions
Width: 498 mm (19-19/32")
Height: 175 mm (6-7/8")
(feet at a minimum)
Depth: 466 mm (18-11/32")
(including the supplied
standard zoom lens)
Width: 498 mm (19-19/32")
Height: 175 mm (6-7/8")
(feet at a minimum)
Depth: 423 mm (16-21/32")
Width: 498 mm (19-19/32")
Height: 175 mm (6-7/8")
(feet at a minimum)
Depth: 466 mm (18-11/32")
(including the supplied
standard zoom lens)
Width: 498 mm (19-19/32")
Height: 175 mm (6-7/8")
(feet at a minimum)
Depth: 423 mm (16-21/32")
Weight
Approx. 16.3 kg (35.9 lbs.)*3
(including the supplied
standard zoom lens)
Approx 15.4 kg (34 lbs.)*3
Approx. 16.3 kg (35.9 lbs.)*3
(including the supplied
standard zoom lens)
Approx 15.4 kg (34 lbs.)*3
Operating environment
Operating environment temperature*4: 0°C (32°F) to 45°C (113°F)
Operating environment humidity: 20% to 80% (no condensation)
Power supply
Remote
control
Operating range
Weight
Dimensions
DC 3 V (AA/R6 battery x 2)
Approx. 30 m (98'5") (when operated directly in front of signal receiver)
134 g (4.7 ozs.) (including batteries)
Width: 51 mm (2"), Height: 176 mm (6-15/16"), Depth: 22.7 mm (29/32")
*1: The supplied standard zoom lens value for PT-DX800E and PT-DW730E. Values vary depending on the lens. Measurement,
measuring conditions and method of notation all comply with ISO21118 international standards.
*2: The maximum is 5.08 m (200") when using an ET-DLE055 lens.
*3: Average value. Weight varies for each product.
*4: When using the projector at high elevations 1 400 m (4 593 ft) – 2 700 m (8 858 ft) sea level, temperature will be 5°C (41°F)
lower than this higher limit. If the projector is used with the following 2 settings when the ambient temperature reaches 40°C
(104°F) (35°C (95°F) in [HIGH ALTITUDE MODE]) or above, the light output may decrease by 20% to protect the projector.
– [LAMP SELECT] is set to [DUAL] in the menu
– [LAMP POWER] is set to [HIGH] in the menu
Appendix
z The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
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Dimensions
Dimensions
21 (13/16")
20 (25/32")
77.5 (3-1/16")
5 (3/16")
155 (6-3/32")
498 (19-19/32")
43 (1-11/16")
9 (11/32")
423 (16-21/32")
<Unit: mm>
* The above dimension is for the models with the standard zoom lens.
* Actual dimension may differ depending on the product.
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards
z When installing the projector to a ceiling, be sure to use the specified ceiling mount bracket (ET-PKD56H: for
high ceilings, ET-PKD55S: for low ceilings).
z When installing the projector, attach the drop-prevention kit supplied with the ceiling mount bracket to the
projector. When you wish to purchase the kit (Product No. TTRA0214), consult your dealer.
z Installation work of the ceiling mount bracket should only be performed by a qualified technician.
z Panasonic takes no responsibility for any damage to the projector resulting from use of a ceiling mount bracket
not manufactured by Panasonic or the inappropriate choice of location for installation, even if the warranty
period of the projector has not expired.
z An unused ceiling mount bracket must be removed promptly by a qualified technician.
z Use a torque driver or a hex torque driver when tightening the screws and tighten the screws within the
minimum required tightening torque. Do not use tools such as electric screwdrivers or impact screwdrivers.
z For details, read the installation manual that comes with with the ceiling mount bracket.
z The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
Bottom view
Model No. of ceiling mount bracket: ET-PKD56H (for high ceilings)
ET-PKD55S (for low ceilings)
M6
12 mm
Appendix
Torque: 4 ± 0.5 N·m
106 - ENGLISH
Index
Accessories ……………………………………… 16
AC IN terminal ……………………………… 18, 32
Adjustable feet …………………………………… 27
ADVANCED MENU ………………………… 42, 51
AI …………………………………………………… 47
Air filter unit ……………………………………… 89
Air filter unit compartment ……………………… 90
ASPECT…………………………………………… 48
<ASPECT> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 40
ASPECT function ………………………………… 40
AUTO SETUP …………………………………… 57
<AUTO SETUP> button
Projector body ………………………… 19, 39
Remote control ………………………… 17, 39
AUTO SETUP function ………………………… 39
AUTO SIGNAL …………………………………… 57
B
BACK COLOR …………………………………… 59
BLANKING ……………………………………… 51
BRIGHTNESS …………………………………… 44
C
Cautions on use ………………………………… 15
Cautions when installing ………………………… 12
Cautions when transporting …………………… 12
Ceiling mount bracket ……………………………106
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards ………………106
CLAMP POSITION ……………………………… 52
CLOCK PHASE ………………………………… 50
COLOR …………………………………………… 45
COLOR CORRECTION ………………………… 56
COLOR MATCHING …………………………… 55
COLOR TEMPERATURE ……………………… 45
Connecting the power cord ……………………… 32
Connections ……………………………………… 30
CONTRAST ……………………………………… 44
CONTRAST MODE ……………………………… 56
CONTROL DEVICE SETUP …………………… 71
COOLING CONDITION ………………………… 62
D
DATE AND TIME ………………………………… 65
<DEFAULT> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 41
Deleting entry signal …………………………… 68
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY …………………… 51
Dimensions ………………………………………106
Direct power off function ………………………… 35
DISPLAY LANGUAGE ……………………… 43, 54
DISPLAY OPTION ………………………… 43, 55
DISPLAY SETTING ……………………………… 70
Disposal …………………………………………… 14
<DVI-D> button
Projector body ………………………… 19, 38
Remote control ………………………… 17, 38
DVI-D IN…………………………………………… 58
E
EDGE BLENDING ……………………………… 52
<ENTER> button
Projector body ……………………………… 19
Remote control ……………………………… 17
F
Filter indicator …………………………………… 88
<FOCUS> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 36
FREEZE …………………………………………… 60
<FUNCTION> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 39
FUNCTION BUTTON ……………………… 39, 65
H
HIGH ALTITUDE MODE ………………………… 61
I
<ID ALL> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 20
<ID SET> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 20
INITIALIZE ………………………………………… 66
INPUT RESOLUTION …………………………… 52
K
KEYSTONE ……………………………………… 50
L
Lamp indicator …………………………………… 87
LAMP POWER …………………………………… 63
LAMP RELAY …………………………………… 63
LAMP SELECT …………………………………… 62
Lamp unit cover ………………………………… 18
<LENS> button
Projector body ………………………… 19, 36
List of compatible signals ………………………102
LOAD ALL USER DATA ………………………… 66
M
MAIN MENU ……………………………………… 42
<MAIN POWER> switch …………………… 18, 34
Maintenance ……………………………………… 89
<MENU> button
Projector body ………………………… 19, 41
Remote control ………………………… 17, 41
Menu item ………………………………………… 42
MENU LOCK ……………………………………… 71
MENU LOCK PASSWORD……………………… 71
Menu Navigation ………………………………… 41
N
Navigating through the menu …………………… 41
NETWORK ………………………………… 43, 73
Network connections …………………………… 74
NETWORK CONTROL ………………………… 73
NETWORK SETUP ……………………………… 73
NETWORK STATUS …………………………… 73
New registration ………………………………… 68
NOISE REDUCTION …………………………… 46
NO SIGNAL SHUT-OFF ………………………… 65
O
<ON SCREEN> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 38
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY ………………………… 58
Optional accessories …………………………… 16
P
PICTURE …………………………………… 42, 44
PICTURE MODE ………………………………… 44
POSITION …………………………………… 42, 48
Power cord ……………………………………… 32
Power indicator ……………………………… 33, 87
Powering off the projector ……………………… 35
Powering up the projector ……………………… 34
POWER ON button
Projector body ……………………………… 19
Remote control ……………………………… 17
Precautions for Use ……………………………… 12
Projecting ………………………………………… 36
Projection method ………………………… 21, 61
Projector body …………………………………… 18
PROJECTOR ID ………………………………… 61
PROJECTOR SETUP ……………………… 43, 61
S
SAVE ALL USER DATA ………………………… 65
SCREEN SETTING ……………………………… 57
Security …………………………………………… 14
SECURITY ………………………………… 43, 70
SECURITY PASSWORD ……………………… 70
SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE …………… 70
Selecting the input signal ……………………… 36
Serial terminal …………………………………… 98
SERVICE PASSWORD ………………………… 66
Setting Remote control ID numbers …………… 20
Setting up ………………………………………… 21
SHARPNESS …………………………………… 46
SHIFT ……………………………………………… 48
<SHIFT> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 36
<SHUTTER> button
Projector body ……………………………… 38
Remote control ………………………… 17, 38
SIDE BY SIDE ……………………………… 60, 101
SIGNAL LIST………………………………… 43, 68
Specifications ……………………………………104
STANDBY button
Projector body ……………………………… 19
Remote control ……………………………… 17
STANDBY MODE ………………………………… 63
STARTUP LOGO ………………………………… 60
STATUS …………………………………………… 64
<STATUS> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 38
Sub memory ……………………………………… 69
<S-VIDEO> button
Projector body ………………………… 19, 38
Remote control ………………………… 17, 38
Switching the input signal ……………………… 38
SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW …………………… 46
SYSTEM SELECTOR …………………………… 47
T
Temperature indicator …………………………… 88
TEST PATTERN …………………………… 43, 67
<TEST PATTERN> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 39
TEXT CHANGE ………………………………… 71
TINT ……………………………………………… 45
Troubleshooting ………………………………… 93
V
<VIDEO> button
Projector body ………………………… 19, 38
Remote control ………………………… 17, 38
W
WHITE GAIN ……………………………………… 46
Z
ZOOM……………………………………………… 49
<ZOOM> button
Remote control ………………………… 17, 36
R
RASTER POSITION …………………………… 53
Read this first! ……………………………………… 2
REMOTE 1 IN terminal ………………………… 20
REMOTE 2 IN terminal ………………………… 20
REMOTE2 MODE ……………………………… 64
Remote control …………………………………… 17
Remote control operations ……………………… 38
Removing/attaching the projection lens ……… 28
Renaming registered signal …………………… 68
Replacing the air filter unit ……………………… 90
Replacing the lamp unit ………………………… 91
Replacing the unit………………………………… 90
Resetting to the factory default ………………… 41
<RGB1> button
Projector body ………………………… 19, 38
Remote control ………………………… 17, 38
<RGB2> button
Projector body ………………………… 19, 38
Remote control ………………………… 17, 38
RS-232C …………………………………… 63, 98
Appendix
A
Index
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