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TLP-XD2000
Before Using
3LCD DATA PROJECTOR
Preparations
OWNER’S MANUAL
Before Using
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended
to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES
ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.
WARNING: Handling the cord on this product or cords associated with accessories sold with
USA only this product, will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California
to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.
WARNING: This [product] contains mercury. Disposal of mercury may be regulated due to
USA only environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please
contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org.
MODEL NAME: TLP-XD2000
TRADE NAME: DATA PROJECTOR
Tested To Comply
With FCC Standards
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
RESPONSIBLE PARTY: TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC.
9740 Irvine Blvd., Irvine, CA 92618-1697 U.S.A
Phone: (949) 583-3000
WARNING:
USA only
Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by
Toshiba, or parties authorized by Toshiba, could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
Notice:
CANADA only
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil
numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
USA only
MODEL NAME: TLP-XD2000
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
FCC NOTICE: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND
INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND THOSE
MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
This unit is fully transistorized and does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the
user.
5. Heat
8. Power-Cord Protection
The product should be situated
away from heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other products (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
Power-supply cords should be
routed so that they are not likely to
be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them,
paying particular attention to cords
at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from
the product.
DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET COVER, OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL ONLY.
1. Read Owner's Manual
3. Source of Light
After unpacking this product, read
the owner's manual carefully, and
follow all the operating and other
instructions.
Do not look into the lens while the
lamp is on. The strong light from
the lamp may cause damage to
your eyes or sight.
2. Power Sources
6. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water.
- for example, near a bath tub,
wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub; in a wet basement; or near a
swimming pool and the like.
9. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets; to
reduce the risk of electric shock,
do not use the polarized plug with
an extension cord , receptacle, or
other outlet unless the blades can
be inserted completely with threewire grounding type to prevent
blade exposure. As this can result
in a risk of fire or electric shock.
4. Ventilation
This product should be operated
only from the type of power source
which does not exceed the voltage
range specified on the
rating label and the power cord.
If you are not sure of the type of
power supply to your home,
consult your product dealer or
local power company.
Openings in the cabinet are
provided for ventilation and to
ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from
overheating, and these openings
must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be
blocked by placing the product on
a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
surface. This product should not
be placed in a built-in installation
such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided.
7. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall
outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a soft cloth for cleaning.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
10. Lightning storms
12. Do not place the product
vertically
For added protection for this
product during storm, or when it is
left unattended and unused for
long periods of time, unplug it from
the wall outlet. This will prevent
damage to the product due to
lightning and power-line surges.
However, while it is thundering or
lightning, do not touch the
apparatus and any connected
cable and/or equipment.
This will prevent you from
receiving the electric shock by an
electric surge.
Do not use the product in the
upright position to project the
pictures at the ceiling, or any other
vertical positions. It may fall down
and dangerous.
e) If the product has been dropped or
damaged in any way (If the cabinet
should break, please handle with
care to avoid injury) .
f) When the product exhibits a
distinct change in performance this indicates a need for service.
15. Accessories
Do not place this product on an
unstable cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table. The product may
fall, causing serious injury to a
child or adult, and serious damage
to the product. A product and cart
combination should be moved with
care. Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven surfaces may
cause the product and cart
combination to overturn.
17. If glass components,
including lens and lamp,
should break, contact your
dealer for repair service.
This product incorporates glass
components, including a lens and
a lamp. If such parts should
break, please handle with care to
avoid injury and contact your
dealer for repair service. The
broken pieces of glass may cause
to injury. In the unlikely event of
the lamp rupturing, thoroughly
clean the area around the
projector and discard any edible
items placed in that area.
13. Stack Inhibited
Do not stack other equipment on
this product or do not place this
product on the other equipment.
Top and bottom plates of this
product develops heat and may
give some undesirable damage to
other unit.
S3125A
16. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall
outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel under
the following conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or
plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or
objects have fallen into the
product.
c) If the product has been exposed to
rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate
14. Attachments
normally by following the operating
Do not use attachments not
instructions. Adjust only those
recommended by the product
controls that are covered by the
manufacturer as they may cause
operating instructions as an
hazards.
improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and
will often require extensive work by
a qualified technician to restore
product
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11. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind
into this product through openings
as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts
that could result in a fire or electric
shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the product.
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18. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this
product yourself as opening or
removing covers may expose you
to dangerous voltage or other
hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
19. Replacement Parts
22. Do not use the product in
a closed installation state.
When replacement parts are
required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement
parts specified by the
manufacturer or have the same
characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or
other hazards.
(Replacement of the lamp only
should be made by users.)
Do not place the product in a box
or in any other closed installation
state. Otherwise it may overheat.
This could result in a risk of fire.
POWER SUPPLY CORD SELECTION
If your line voltage is 220 to 240V, use one of the following types of cable.
Plug
configuration Plug type
Plug
configuration
Line voltage
EURO
220 – 240V
UK
220 – 240V
Use a 5A fuse which is approved by ASTA
or BSI to BSI362.
Always replace the fuse cover after
changing the fuse.
20. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or
repairs to this product, ask the
service technician to perform
safety checks to determine that
the product is in proper operating
condition.
Plug type
Line voltage
Australian
240V
10A
200 – 240V
Switzerland
240V
6A
200 – 240V
North American 200 – 240V
240V
15A
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
Save Original Packing Materials
The original shipping carton and packing materials will come in handy if you ever have to
ship your projector. For maximum protection, repack the set as it was originally packed at
the factory.
Moisture Condensation
Never operate this unit immediately after moving it from a cold location to a warm location.
When the unit is exposed to such a change in temperature, moisture may condense on
the lens and the crucial internal parts. To prevent the unit from possible damage, do not
use the unit for at least 2 hours when there is an extreme or sudden change in temperature.
21. Do not leave thermalpaper documents or easily
deformed items on top of
the unit or near the air
exhaust for long periods
of time.
Place and Manner of Installation
• Do not place in hot locations, such as near heating equipment. Doing so could cause
malfunction, and shorten the life of the projector.
• Avoid locations with oil or cigarette smoke. Doing so will dirty the optical parts,
shortening their lives, and darkening the screen.
• Do not use this product in the upright position or tilt it up or down by more than 20° from
level. Doing so may cause a failure or shorten the life of the product.
• Using this instrument near a TV or radio may cause interference to the images or audio
sound. If this happens, move it away from the TV or radio.
• Moving the projector from a low-temperature room to a high-temperature room may
condensation
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naturally disappears.
• In a high altitude location where air is thin, cooling efficiency is reduced so use the
projector with [Fan mode] set to [High]. p.41
The heat from the unit could erase
the information on the thermal
paper, or cause deformation or
warping.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
Avoid Volatile Liquid
Disposal
Do not use volatile liquids, such as an insect spray, near the unit. Do not leave rubber or
plastic products touching the unit for a long time. They will leave marks on the finish.
If cleaning with a chemically saturated cloth, be sure to follow the product's precautions.
This product contains substances which are harmful to humans and the environment.
• The lamp contains mercury.
Please dispose of this product or used lamps in accordance with local regulations.
Following information is only for EU-member states:
The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be treated as
household waste. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will
help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased the product.
LCD Panel
• If the air filter is stained and is clogged up, the main unit inner temperature rises. As a
result, the life of the LCD is shortened and a malfunction may also occur.
Clean the air filter from time to time and replace it regularly. It is recommended that this
replacement be done at the time of replacing a lamp. (Ask a dealer where the unit was
purchased or your nearby service station about an air filter for replacement.)
EXEMPTION CLAUSES
• Toshiba Corporation bears no responsibility in the case of damages arising from natural
disaster such as earthquakes, lightning, etc., fire not liable to Toshiba Corporation, acts
by third parties, other accidents, or use under abnormal conditions including erroneous or
improper operation and other problems.
• Toshiba Corporation bears no responsibility for incidental damages (lost profit, work
interruption, corruption or loss of the memory contents, etc.) arising from the use of or the
inability to use this unit.
• Toshiba Corporation accepts no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from not
having followed the descriptions in this Instruction Manual.
• Toshiba Corporation accepts no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from
malfunctions arising from combination with equipment or software that is not related to
Toshiba Corporation.
OTHER CAUTIONS AND INFORMATIONS
Copyrights
Showing or transmitting commercial imaging software or broadcast or cable-broad casting
programs with the purpose of other than the personal and private viewing, including
modifying images using the freeze or resize functions, or displaying with the varying aspect
ratio of the images, could violate the direct or indirect copyrights of the imaging software or
broadcast program, etc., if done without first consulting with the copyright holder. For this
reason, please take appropriate measures before performing one of the actions listed
above, including obtaining a license from the copyright holder.
Trademarks
• VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA are trademarks or registered trademarks of
International Business Machines Corporation.
• Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
• Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
• Adobe is a registered trademark and Acrobat Reader is a trademark of Adobe Systems
Incorporated.
Notational Conventions Used in This Manual
• References to pages with related information are annotated as follows.
For example, if making a reference to page 36: p.36
• The illustrations in this document are for reference purposes only and may not reflect
your package exactly.
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES
Caution
• Never throw batteries into a fire.
Using the batteries improperly may cause them to explode or leak and lead to burn or injury. If
battery-leaking fluid contacts skin, wash the fluid off immediately with clean water and consult a
doctor. If the fluid is spilt on an instrument, avoid contact and wipe it off using tissue paper.
(Dispose of the used tissue paper as flammable garbage after moistening with water.)
Notes
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•
Be sure to use AAA (R03) size batteries.
Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area.
Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal.
Do not mix different battery types or combine used batteries with new ones.
If the remote control does not operate correctly, or if the operating range becomes
reduced, replace both batteries with new ones.
In the spaces provided below, record the Model and
Serial
No.
located
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If the batteries are dead or if you will not be using the remote control for a long time,
projector.
remove the batteries to prevent battery acid from leaking into the battery compartment.
Model No.
Serial No.
Retain this information for future reference.
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS (Continued)
Before Using
Others
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..................................................................................
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...........................................................
POWER SUPPLY CORD SELECTION ..............................................................
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS ...........................................................................
EXEMPTION CLAUSES ....................................................................................
OTHER CAUTIONS AND INFORMATIONS ......................................................
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES ....................................................................
CONTENTS .......................................................................................................
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Checking the package contents .........................................................................
Names of each part on the main unit .................................................................
Names of each part on the control panel and remote control ............................
Names of the terminals on the rear panel ..........................................................
Preparing and using the remote control .............................................................
Placement ..........................................................................................................
Connection .........................................................................................................
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Trouble indications .............................................................................................
Before calling service personnel ........................................................................
Specifications .....................................................................................................
List of general specifications ..........................................................................
List of supported signals (RGB signals) .........................................................
List of supported signals (Y/PB/PR signals) ....................................................
List of supported signals (Video, S-Video signals) .........................................
Pin assignment of COMPUTER 1 IN, COMPUTER 2 IN &
MONITOR OUT terminals ..............................................................................
CONTROL terminal ........................................................................................
Separately sold product ..................................................................................
Operations
Turning the power on and off .............................................................................
Basic operations ................................................................................................
Using handy features .........................................................................................
Using auto setting ...........................................................................................
Correcting the keystone distortion ..................................................................
Resizing image ...............................................................................................
Cutting off the picture and sound temporarily (Mute) .....................................
Changing picture mode ..................................................................................
Changing screen size .....................................................................................
Freezing the image (Freeze) ..........................................................................
Setting the password ......................................................................................
Using the menus ................................................................................................
How to use the menus ....................................................................................
The image adjustment menu ..........................................................................
The display setting menu ................................................................................
The default setting menu ................................................................................
Displaying Information (Status display) ..........................................................
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Maintenance
About lamp ......................................................................................................... 43
Lamp replacement .............................................................................................
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Lens and main unit cleaning .............................................................................. 47
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CONTENTS
Preparations
Names of each part on the main unit
Please make sure that the following items are included in the box, along with the main unit.
If any item is missing, please contact the store immediately where you purchased the
product.
(1)
(5)
(2)
(6)
(3)
(7)
(4)
(10)
(8)
(5)(6)
(9)
(3) (2)(16)(1)
(7)
(12)
Back
(4)
■ (1) Remote control
■ (2) R03 (SIZE AAA) batteries for remote
control (2)
■ (3) CD-ROM
■ (4) Owner’s Manual
■ (5) RGB cable (3m)
■ (6) Power cord (See note)
■ (7) Carrying bag
Note
The shape and number of supplied power cords vary depending on the product destination.
◆The Supplied CD-ROM
The supplied CD-ROM contains an owner’s manual, including information not available for
the printed Owner’s manual (Getting started) and Acrobat® Reader™ to view the manual.
■ Installing Acrobat® Reader™
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
: Function
Infrared remote sensor
Foot adjuster release button
Air intake
Control panel
Zooming lever
Focusing ring
Antitheft lock hole
Speaker
Terminals on the rear panel
AC IN socket
Air exhaust
Tilt adjuster
Lamp cover
Foot adjuster
Air filter
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
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Senses commands from the remote control. p.19
Press to set up or stow the foot adjuster. p.26
Draws in air from outside the projector.
Operates the projector. p.16
Adjusts screen size. p.26
Adjusts screen focus. p.26
Attach a safety cable or any other antitheft device.
Outputs audio sound.
Connects external devices. p.18
Connect the supplied power cord here.
Expels air that has grown hot inside the projector.
Adjusts the projector’s horizontal tilt. p.26
Remove to replace lamp. p.44
Adjusts the vertical projection angle. p.26
Prevents dirt and garbage from getting into the inside
of the projector.
: Projects expanded image.
(Not necessary if Acrobat® Reader™ has already been installed in your computer)
Windows®: Run the CD-ROM, select the Reader/English folder, and run ar500enu.exe.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Macintosh: Run the CD-ROM, select the Reader/English folder, and run Reader
Installer. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
■ Viewing the manual
Run the CD-ROM and double-click on Start.pdf. Acrobat® Reader™ launches, and the
menu screen of the Owner’s manual appears. Click on your language. The Owner’s
Manual cover and list of bookmarks appear. Click on a bookmark title to view that
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related
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section of the manual. Click on p.
See the Help menu for more information about Acrobat® Reader™.
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Name
(16) Lens
(13) (11) (12)
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Checking the package contents
Names of each part on the control panel and remote control
Remote Control
(9) (5) (10)
(12)
(4)
(6)
(11)
(2)
(3)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
Name
AUTO SET button
MUTE button
FREEZE button
Ten-Key button
(7)
(1)
(8)
(8)
(1)
(2)
(17)
(17)
(15)
(16)
(13)
(14)
(15) PICTURE button
(16) SCREEN SIZE button
(17) RESIZE button
:
:
:
:
:
Main Function
Sets up input from computer. p.27
Cuts off the picture and sound temporarily. p.29
Pauses image. p.30
Use when entering password.
Remote
control
button
Input
items
Remote
control
button
Input items
1
[1]
7
[7]
2
[2]
8
[8]
3
[3]
9
[9]
4
[4]
0
5
[5]
6
[6]
[0]
Deletes one character.
: Changes image mode. p.29
: Changes screen size. p.30
: Enlarges image. p.28
(7) (6) (4) (3)
Note
• For the remainder of this manual, buttons are referred to as follows:
Selection buttons ⇒
; ENTER button ⇒
Name
: Main Function
Control panel
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
ENTER button
MENU button
KEYSTONE button
ON/STANDBY button
ON/STANDBY indicator
INPUT button
RETURN button
Selection button
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Accepts the selected mode.
Displays menus. p.34
Adjusts keystone distortion. p.27
Turns the power on/off (standby). p.23
Displays whether power is on or off (standby). p.23
Selects input. p.25
Goes back one screen.
Menu selections and adjustments, volume control, etc.
p.34
(9) LAMP indicator
(10) TEMP indicator
: Informs the abnormality of lamp. p.48
: Informs the abnormality of internal temperature. p.48
Remote control
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(7)
(8)
ENTER button
MENU button
KEYSTONE button
ON/STANDBY button
INPUT button
RETURN button
Selection button
:
:
:
:
:
:
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Accepts the selected mode.
Displays menus. p.34
Adjusts keystone distortion. p.27
Turns the power on/off (standby). p.23
Selects input. p.25
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Menu selections and adjustments, volume control, etc.
p.34
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Control panel
Names of the terminals on the rear panel
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(8)
(9)
Preparing and using the remote control
■ Loading dry-cell batteries
into the remote control
■ Operating the remote
control
q Remove the battery cover.
Point toward the projector’s
infrared remote sensor, and press a
button on the remote control.
• Operating the projector from the front
w Insert the dry-cell batteries.
Be sure to align the plus and minus
ends of the batteries properly.
(5)
Name
(7)
: Main Function
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
: When operating the projector via a computer, connect
this to the controlling computer’s RS-232C port. p.53
AUDIO (L/R) terminal
: Input audio signals from video equipment.
VIDEO terminal
: Input video signals from video equipment.
S-VIDEO terminal
: Input S video signals from video equipment.
AUDIO IN terminal
: Input audio signals from a computer, or from video
equipment with a component video signal output
terminal.
COMPUTER 1 IN terminal
: Input RGB signal from a computer or other source or a
component video signal (Y/PB/PR) from video
equipment.
AUDIO OUT terminal
: Outputs audio signals.
COMPUTER 2 IN terminal
: Inputs RGB signal from a computer or other source or
(Also used for MONITOR OUT terminal) a component video signal (Y/PB/PR) rom video
equipment. It can also be used as MONITOR OUT
terminal by the switch of (9).
Switch
: Switches between COMPUTER 2 IN and MONITOR
OUT.
When operating the remote control
from behind the projector, the light is
reflected on the projecting surface
and may travel a shorter distance to
reach the projector depending on the
shape and material of the projecting
surface.
(1) CONTROL terminal
COMPUTER 2 IN
(Y/PB/PR 2)
/MONITOR OUT
e Replace the battery cover.
Dry-cell batteries
• Before using the batteries, be sure to observe the Safety Precautions described in
previous pages.
• Remove batteries from remote control when not using for extended periods.
• If the remote control stops working, or if its range decreases, replace all the batteries with
new ones.
The remote control
• The remote control may fail to operate if the infrared remote sensor is exposed to bright
sunlight or fluorescent lighting.
• Do not drop or bang.
• Do not leave in hot or humid locations.
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• Do not take apart.
• In rare cases, ambient conditions could impede the operation of the remote control. If this
happens, point the remote control at the main unit again, and repeat the operation.
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Preparations
Approx. 15°
App
rox
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Placement
Connection
Placement Styles
Before connection
As shown in the figures below, this device can be placed in 4 different styles.
The factory setting is “floor-mounted front projection.” Set the [Projection mode] in the
Default setting 2 menu, in accordance with your needs. p.41
• Read the owner’s manual of the device you are connecting to the projector.
• Some types of computer cannot be used or connected to this projector.
Check for an RGB output terminal, supported signal p.51 , etc.
• Turn off the power of both devices before connecting.
• The figure is a sample connection. This does not mean that all of these devices can or
must be connected simultaneously. (Dotted lines mean items can be exchanged.)
Floor-mounted rear projection
Computer
(for control)
Ceiling-mounted front projection
Video recorder,
DVD player, etc.
To audio output
White (L)/Red (R)
Ceiling-mounted rear projection
To
RS-232C
terminal
p.53
Audio cable
(not supplied)
Computer
Computer
To S-video output
S-video cable
(not supplied)
To audio output
Audio cable
(not supplied)
Control cable
To RGB
output
To audio
output
To RGB
output Audio cable
(not supplied)
RGB cable
(supplied)
RGB cable
(not supplied)
Monitor
WARNING
• Always obey the instructions listed in IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS when placing the unit.
Attempting to clean/replace the lamp at a high site by yourself may cause you to drop down, thus
resulting in injury.
• If you wish to mount the projector on the ceiling, be sure to ask your dealer to do so. Mounting the
projector on a ceiling requires special ceiling brackets (sold separately) and specialized knowledge.
Improper mounting could cause the projector to fall, resulting in an accident.
• If the projector is ceiling-mounted, install the breaker for turning off the power in case of anomaly. Let
everyone involved with the use of the projector know that fact.
It is necessary to
switch to MONITOR
OUT by the switch.
p.18
Projection Distance and Size
Use the figures, tables, and formulas below to determine the projection size and projection
distance. (Projection sizes are approximate values for full-size picture with no keystone
adjustment.)
projection size (inches) – 0.8786
a (min length) =
Screen
As seen from above
32.773
projection size (inches) – 0.7244
a (max length) =
27.248
90°
projection
size (cm)
As seen from the side
Lens center
90°
33 (84)
40 (102)
60 (152)
80 (203)
100 (254)
150 (381)
200 (508)
250 (635)
300 (762)
projection distance a (m)
height (H)
min length
max length
(cm)
(zooming max) (zooming min)
–
1.19
6.0
1.19
1.44
7.3
1.80
2.18
10.9
2.41
2.91
14.5
3.02
3.64
18.1
4.55
5.48
27.2
6.08
7.31
36.3
7.60
9.15
45.4
9.13
–
54.4
Monitor cable Mini
D-sub 15P-BNC
(not supplied)
Audio cable
(not supplied)
AV cable
(not supplied)
To audio
output
White (L)/
Red (R)
To video
output
Video recorder, etc.
Audio cable
(not supplied)
To audio input
White (L)/Red (R)
To audio
output
Audio amplifier, etc.
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a is the distance (m) between the lens and the screen,
and corresponds to a range of 1.19 m to 9.13 m. H is the
height from the image bottom to the center of the lens.
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To Y/CB/CR output
Green (Y)/Blue
(CB)/Red (CR)
Conversion
adapter BNC-pin
(not supplied)
DVD video recorder, etc.
Preparations
Floor-mounted front projection
Operations
Turning the power on and off
Connection (Continued)
Notes
• When COMPUTER 2 IN terminal (also used for MONITOR OUT terminal) is used as
MONITOR OUT terminal, the signal which is input to COMPUTER 1 IN terminal is output.
• Signals are output from MONITOR OUT terminal even in standby mode.
However, from AUDIO OUT terminal, no audio signal is output.
• A computer monitor cannot accept Y/PB/PR signals correctly.
• The AUDIO IN terminal doubles for devices connected to COMPUTER 1 terminal and
COMPUTER 2 terminal.
• When an AUDIO OUT terminal is connected, sound is not output from the projector
speaker.
• Output volume of AUDIO OUT terminal can be adjusted by the VOL button.
• Moving pictures played back on computers using DVD software may appear unnatural if it
is projected with this projector, but it is not a malfunction.
■ Connecting the power cord
1 Insert the power cord connector into
the AC IN socket of the projector.
2 Insert the power cord plug into a
wall or other power outlet.
The ON/STANDBY indicator will
change to orange, indicating standby
mode.
Power cord connector
(Supplied)
■ Removing the lens cover
■ Turning the power on
Press the ON/STANDBY
button.
Control panel
Remote
Control
Start-up screen
When the beep sound is [On], the
projector beeps, the power turns on,
and the ON/STANDBY indicator lights
in green. After a moment, the start-up
screen appears.
CAUTION
• Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on. The strong light from the lamp may cause
damage to your eyes or sight.
• Do not block the air intake or exhaust. Doing so could cause a fire due to internal overheating.
• Do not place your hands, face, or other objects near the air exhaust. Doing so could cause
burns, deform/break the object.
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Be sure to remove the lens cover when the power is
turned on. If it is left on, it could become deformed due
to heat.
Turning the power on and off (Continued)
Basic operations
1 Turn on the power.
Turn on the power by following the instructions in “Turning the power on” p.23 .
2 Select the language and the lamp power (When using the
first time).
When the projector is used for the first time after purchase, the start menu for language (to display the menus and messages on the screen) and lamp power selection
and configuration is displayed in English. (If the screen is out of focus, adjust it
according to the step 6 .)
q Use the
or
button to select the
desired language and press the
button.
■ Turning the power off
1 Press the ON/STANDBY button.
A message appears on the screen, confirming that you wish to shut off the power. This
message will disappear after a moment. (This operation is no longer valid after the
message disappears.)
2 Press the ON/STANDBY button once again.
When the setting of beep sound is [On], the projector beeps, and the screen turns off,
but the internal cooling fan continues to operate. Then, the projector goes into standby
mode.
During cooling, the ON/STANDBY indicator flashes. While the
indicator is flashing, the power can not be turned back on. At this
point of time, it does not matter even if you unplug the power
cord.
Note
• The projector consumes about 10W of power in standby. We recommend that you unplug
the power cord if you will not be using the projector for an extended period.
PRECAUTION
• If you turn the power on before cooling is complete, give the lamp time (about 5 minutes)
to cool before plugging it back in. If the lamp overheats, it may fail to light.
Message for setup confirmation is displayed in a
selected language.
Then, the menu for lamp power selection and
configuration is displayed. It is automatically set as
Standard. To change the setting, follow the step w.
w Use the
or
button to select the lamp
power and press the
button.
The lamp power, if selected, will be toggled without
pressing the
button. The display automatically
disappears in a few seconds.
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Portuguese
Russian
Swedish
Turkish
Polish
Japanese
Chinese (simplified)
Chinese (traditional)
Korean
Notes
• When the projector is turned on the next time, the start menu does not appear upon
startup. However, if [Reset all] is executed from the Default setting 2 menu p.41 ,
the start menu will be displayed the next time when the power is turned on.
• The language can also be set via the Display setting menu p.37 and Lamp power
via the Default setting 1 menu p.40 .
• This owner’s manual assumes that English has been selected.
3 Activate the connected device.
Turn on and start the connected device such as a computer.
4 Press the INPUT button.
LCD Panels
An image of the connected equipment is projected.
LCD panels wear out. In order to prolong the lifetime of your LCD panel, take the
Each time you press the INPUT button, it switches to the input of the connected
following precautions.
equipment that is outputting video signals.
• In order to extend the lifetime of the LCD panel, always turn off the power when not in
use, and make sure that the lamp is off. Keeping the lamp off is also very effective at
Notes
saving electricity.
• When [Auto input search] is set to [Off] in the Default setting 1 menu p.40 (factory
• If the air filter becomes dirty and clogged, the projector’s
internal
temperature
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• If no signal is being output from the connected equipment, pressing the INPUT button
from time to time p.46 , and replace it periodically. Contact the store where you
does not change the input and “There is no other input signal.” will appear.
purchased your projector, or your local Service Station for replacement air filters.
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Notes
• The start-up screen will disappear after a moment. You can dismiss the start-up screen
before this by performing any operation. You can also configure the start-up screen not to
appear via the Display setting menu p.37 .
• The first time you use the projector after purchase, after the start-up screen disappears,
the start menu is displayed p.25 .
• Beep sound can be set not to beep in the Default setting 1 menu p.40 .
• When [Key lock] is [On], the operation buttons of the projector do not work p.41 .
• When [Password setting] is [On], then the start-up screen is displayed after the
Password entry screen disappears p.31 .
Basic operation (Continued)
Using handy features
5 Projector placement angle adjustments
■ Using auto setting (Only for input from computer)
The placement angle and the height of the projected image can be adjusted by the foot
adjuster.
q Lift up the front of the projector to
the desired angle, then press the
foot adjuster release button.
Remote
Control
Press the remote control’s AUTO SET button.
For computer input, the
icon will appear during processing.
You can set as well by selecting [Auto setting] in the Image
adjustment menu p.35 .
The foot adjuster extends. Release the
button to lock the position.
w To fine adjust the angle, twist the
foot adjuster.
Notes
e To adjust the horizontal angle, use
the right and left tilt adjusters.
• The image may not be projected or auto adjustment/setting may not be performed
correctly for input signals other than those supported by the projector p.51 , p.52 .
• If auto setting fails adjustment, adjust manually with [Position] in the Image
adjustment menu p.35 .
• To stow the foot adjuster, hold up the projector while pressing the foot adjuster release
button, then slowly lower the projector.
q Use the zooming lever to adjust the screen size.
w Use the focusing ring to adjust the focus.
buttons
The speaker volume can be adjusted when an audio signal is being input.
When the projector placement angle against the
screen is changed while projecting the image,
the picture will undergo keystone (trapezoidal)
distortion.
This projector is capable of correcting this keystone
distortion.
Before correction After correction
Control panel
Remote
Control
Notes
• Note that lamp characteristics may rarely cause the brightness to fluctuate slightly.
• A lamp is consumable item. If used for extended periods, images will appear dark, and
the lamp could burn out. This is characteristic of a lamp, and is not malfunction. (The
lifetime of the lamp depends on conditions of use.)
1 Press the KEYSTONE button.
• The LCD panel is made using extremely advanced technology, but there may be black
The Keystone menu appears. By default, [Auto v-keystone] is selected.
spots (pixels that do not light) or bright spots (pixels that are constantly lit) on the panel.
Please note that these are not malfunctions.
• Although this projector supports a wide range of RGB signals p.51 , any resolutions not
Item
Description
supported by this projector (XGA) will be expanded or shrunk, which will affect image
Auto v-keystone Automatically corrects the vertical distortion.
quality slightly. To view high-quality images, it is recommended that the computer’s
Press
.
external output should be set to XGA resolution.
Screen shrinking at
Screen shrinking at
V-keystone
• With some models of computer having LCD displays or the like, displaying images
bottom
top
simultaneously on the projector and the monitor’s display may prevent the images from
displaying properly. If this happens, turn off the computer’s LCD display. For information
on how to turn off the LCD display, see the owner’s manual of your computer.
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or
signal
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while
projecting, the “No signal” will appear.
• If a signal not supported by the projector is input, the “Unsupport signal” will appear.
• If an unavailable operation button is pressed, the
icon will appear.
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Operations
■ Correcting the keystone distortion
6 Adjusting the screen size and focus
7 Adjusting the volume with the
This function sets up the projector to the optimum state such as
sampling phase, frequency, screen position, and clamp for each
type of the input signal by using simple operations.
Using handy features (Continued)
Notes
Adjusting Keystone distortion [Auto]
2 Press the button.
The keystone distortion is automatically corrected. The
icon appears during this
correction.
When adjustment is finished, the Keystone menu appears again. For fine adjustment, select [V-keystone] by the
button and adjust image manually by the
buttons.
buttons for keystone adjustment.
Remote
Control
Press the remote control’s MUTE button.
Note
• Depending on the amount of keystone adjustment and the content of images, some
information may be lost, or the picture quality may suffer.
The picture and sound are cut off. (The Mute function is released
when pressing the MUTE button again.)
Notes
The projected image can be resized (zoomed in/out).
1 Press the remote control’s RESIZE
■ Changing picture mode
button.
button, zoom ratio is up. You can keep
The projected image mode can be selected.
Press the remote control’s PICTURE button.
1 The Picture mode menu appears.
1/2/3
2 To zoom out, press the remote control’s RESIZE
button.
Each time you press the RESIZE
button, zoom ratio is
down. You can keep pressing.
(However, the image cannot be smaller than the original
size.)
Remote
Control
2 Select a mode using
then press
Though the
button is not pressed, the picture mode
changes as the setting is changed and the display turns off
automatically in a few seconds.
Note
• [Picture mode] of the Image adjustment menu has the same
function p.35 .
3 To move the area to zoom in, use the
buttons.
You can keep pressing.
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The image is reset to the original size.
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Remote
Control
Operations
• The
icon will appear while mute is in effect.
• Operating any other functions will also cancel the muting.
■ Resizing image
Each time you press the RESIZE
pressing.
■ Cutting off the picture and sound temporarily (Mute)
When you want to project the images of another projector, overhead
projector, etc. temporarily, this projector’s images and sound can be
turned off.
Adjusting Keystone distortion [Manual]
2 Select [V-keystone] by the button.
3 Use the
• The
icon appears while resizing.
• Operating a function other than Mute will release resizing.
• As zooming is processed digitally, the image quality is degraded in larger zoom
ratio.
• During resizing or moving the zooming area, the image may be distorted.
Using handy features (Continued)
■ Changing screen size
■ Setting the password
The screen size for the projected image can be changed.
Press the remote control’s SCREEN SIZE button.
Remote
Control
How to change password
The default password is 0000.
1 Select [Password] in the Default setting 2 menu and press the
Pressing the button switches Full/Thru/Wide in turn.
or
button.
Notes
2 Select [Password registration] in the password registration, setting
• Thru display is available for computer-input images.
• [Screen size] of the Display setting menu has the same function
p.37 .
• If you use this function on commercial video software, broadcast
or cable-broadcasting except for the purpose of your private
viewing and listening, it may infringe the copyright protected by
the copyright laws.
menu, and press the
button.
The password entry screen is displayed.
3 Enter the current password (4-digit number).
• Enter a 4-digit number for the password using numeric keys of the remote control.
• Enter [0000] (4 zeros) for the first change.
• The password is not displayed. Instead it appears as [****].
■ Freezing the image (Freeze)
4 Enter a new password (4-digit number).
Press the remote control’s FREEZE button.
The picture pauses. (The Freeze function is released when
pressing the FREEZE button again.)
Notes
5 Re-enter the same password for confirmation.
Note
• Please do not forget your password. If you forget the password, you can not
release the password by yourself.
In such a case, please inquire your dealer.
• The
icon will appear while freeze is in effect.
• Other operation will also release the freeze.
• Even if an image is frozen on the projector, the pictures are
running on the video or other equipment.
• If you use this function on commercial video software, broadcast
or cable-broadcasting except for the purpose of your private
viewing and listening, it may infringe the copyright protected by
the copyright laws.
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The image being projected can be frozen. This function is to be used
to pause a video during a presentation, etc.
Remote
Control
Using handy features (Continued)
How to set password (from [Off] to [On])
1 Select [Password] in the Default setting 2 menu and press the
How to set password (from [On] to [Off])
or
button.
or
button.
2 Select [Password setting] in the password registration, setting menu,
and press the
1 Select [Password] in the Default setting 2 menu and press the
or
button.
3 Select [Password setting] in the password registration, setting menu,
3 Select [On].
4 Select [OK] and press the
The password entry screen is displayed.
2 Enter the password using numeric keys of the remote control.
button.
and press the
or
button.
4 Select [OFF].
The password entry screen is displayed.
5 Enter the password using numeric keys of the remote control.
6 The password setting will be set as [On].
How to operate when password is [On]
1 Turn on the power.
5 Select [OK] and press the
button.
Note
• While the password setting is [On], the password entry screen will be displayed
only when the power is turned on next time.
2 The lamp lights and the password entry screen appears.
3 Enter the password using numeric keys of the remote control.
Operations
If the entered password is correct, the start-up screen appears and the projector
goes into normal operation. If the password is wrong, a message appears to
prompt you to re-enter the password, and again the password entry screen is
displayed. If you enter a wrong password for more than 5 times, the projector will
automatically power off and enter standby mode.
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Using the menus
You can call up on-screen menus, and conduct a number of adjustments and settings using
the operation buttons p.16 on the control panel (main unit side) and remote control.
■ How to use the menus
The menu shown below is for operation instructions purposes and might differ from the
actual display.
1. Press the MENU button
2. Select a Category
Select a category by using
Image adjustment menu p.35
Default setting 1 menu
p.40
Default setting 2 menu
p.41
Status display menu
p.42
Item
Displays the current
adjustments and
settings of selected
category.
Item shown with gray
cannot be adjusted with
the current input source.
There are following 5 categories:
p.37
Use this menu to set or adjust image-related items. Items that can be set or adjusted are
marked with “Yes”, and those that cannot are marked with “No”. (When an item is masked,
it indicates that you cannot select for the current input.)
Description
Computer Y/PB/PR Video S-video
Contrast
Adjust the image contrast.
Higher
Lower
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of the image.
Brighter
Darker
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Color
Adjust the color of the image.
Deeper
Lighter
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the image.
Softer
Sharper
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Noise
reduction*1
Set the function to reduce screen noise.
On (Enable)
Off (Disable)
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Display the Setting display menu.
.
Display setting menu
■ The image adjustment menu
Picture mode Press
.
. Toggle the picture mode with
1/2/3
/
3. Adjustments & Settings
Press
or
Item
Adjustment/Setting Value
These marks signify
the items can be
adjusted/set by using
.
These marks signify the items can
be selected from the list by using
.
After an item is selected, apply it by
pressing
.
R-level
Adjust red of the image color.
More red
Less red
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
G-level
Adjust green of the image color.
More green
Less green
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
B-level
Adjust blue of the image color.
More blue
Less blue
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
NTSC mode*2
Set the black level with
.
US
: NTSC (US) mode
JAPAN
: NTSC (JAPAN) mode
No
No
Yes
Yes
Auto setting
Automatically adjusts items such as the
samplingphase depending on the type of
input signal.
Yes
No
No
No
Position
Press
then change mode using
.
and adjust with
Yes
No
No
No
Phase
Adjust to eliminate flicker.
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
to open the menu.
These marks
signify that
there are setting
screens. Press
or
to
display a list of
setting screens.
These marks
signify that there
are options.
Press
or
to display a list of
options.
* When no item is
changed, press
Toggle items with
Select items with
Fix selection with
.
and press
.
.
.
Frequency
Adjust to eliminate periodic patterns and
flickering when many fine vertical lines
on
theS
screen.
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• The figure shows displays given for operation instructions purposes. As the display may differ depending on the item,
use the following pages as a reference.
• To return to previous item, press the RETURN button.
4. End
Press the MENU button.
(The menu disappears about 30 seconds after the last operation.)
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H-position
Adjust the horizontal position of the image.
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/
Using the menus (Continued)
Position
Description
Computer Y/PB/PR Video S-video
V-position
Adjust the vertical position of the image.
Yes
No
No
No
Clamp 1
Adjusts the clamp pulse position.
Yes
No
No
No
Clamp 2
Adjusts the clamp pulse width.
Yes
No
No
No
*1: [Noise reduction] may not work depending on signal type.
*2: [[NTSC mode] can be displayed and adjusted only when the video signal is set to [NTSC] or
[NTSC4.43]. NTSC mode is set to JAPAN when the language is set to Japanese. It is set to US for
other languages.
■ The display setting menu
Use this menu to set screen display-related items.
(The items in gray color cannot be set with the current input selection.)
Description
Item
Screen size
(Full): Display with 1024 × 768 dot resolution
(Thru): Display with sampling resolution (for computer input only)
(Wide): Wide-screen display
Up/down
shift
Lets the projected image shift vertically when the screen size setting
is wide display (within the range of 1024 × 768).
Blackboard
mode
When projecting on a non-screen surface, select a color in accordance
with the projecting surface.
Press
and switch with
and
. Off/Green/Black/Brown/Blue/Beige
Language
Select one of the languages below to use for displaying the menu and messages
[
or
: Enter setting mode] [
:Selection]
[Apply:
]
English/Français/Deutsch/Italiano/Español/Português/
/
Svenska/Türkçe/Polski/
/
/
/
Background
Screen to display when there is no input signal
[
or
: Enter setting mode] [
:Selection]
Logo/Blue/None
Icon
Display icons as function guides
On
[Apply:
]
Off
Start-up screen Display start-up screen when power is turned on On
Off
User logo
Display a logo customized by the user for the start-up screen or when
there is no input signal.
[
or
: Enter setting mode]
Logo registration
Press
[
: Selection]
to display the registration menu.
Display style
Background
Black
Logo confirmation
Press
Reset logo
Yes
Blue
White
.
No
Detailed description
[Screen size]
• If “Thru” is selected for [Screen size], portions exceeding the native resolution
(1024 × 768 pixels) will not appear on the screen. Note that for RGB signals with
clock
frequency
140MHz
lower,
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Item
Using the menus (Continued)
Notes
[Up/down shift]
Shifts the projected image vertically when [Screen size] is [Wide].
[Blackboard mode]
Projects the image in colors more like projecting on a screen.
Precaution
• The projected image may differ depending on the type, color, and material of the
blackboard and wall even if the selected color is the same as the projected
screen.
[Background]
• TOSHIBA is set for [Logo] by factory setting.
• If user’s logo has been registered, it is displayed when [Logo] is set for
background.
• You can register a logo from computer input only.
• The area that can be registered is 512 × 384 dots at the center of the screen. To
register a company logo, prepare the image within the limit.
• Only one logo can be registered. When a new image is registered, the old one is
erased.
• The time needed to register or display the image varies depending on the data size.
• If you use this function on commercial video software, broadcast or cablebroadcasting except for the purpose of your private viewing and listening, it may
infringe the copyright protected by the copyright laws.
<Display style>
Select the size of the registered logo.
: Displays the registered image in original size at center of the screen.
: Displays the registered image by enlarging fully in the screen.
(As processed digitally, the image quality is degraded.)
<Background>
[Start-up screen]
Sets background color when [Center] is selected for the logo [Display style].
If user’s logo has been registered and this setting is [On], the logo is displayed at
start-up.
<Logo confirmation>
[User logo]
You can preview the registered logo.
Registers a part of the image that is input from computer, as a stationary picture
and displays it as a logo at start-up and when no signal is input.
<Reset logo>
<Logo registration>
How to register user logo
1 Select [User logo] in the Display setting menu, and press the
or
button.
You can reset the registered logo, display style and background to the factory
setting. (The logo set for the start-up screen and background is reset.)
2 Select <Logo registration> from the displayed menu list and
press the
button.
3 The registration area is displayed for confirmation. Select [OK]
or [Cancel] and press the
button.
• If the registered picture does not fall within the display area, operate the
computer to scroll the screen.
4 Select [Yes] to register and press the
button.
5 Registration starts.
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• A message is displayed while registration is in process.
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Note
• If you use the screen size setting function on commercial video software,
broadcast or cable-broadcasting programs to display images with the varying
aspect ratio except for the purpose of your private viewing and listening, it may
infringe the copyright protected by the copyright laws.
Using the menus (Continued)
■ The default setting menu
Default setting 2 menu
Item
Default setting 1 menu
Item
Description
No signal
power off
Set the time to wait for the power to be turned off after the last
operation is made with no input signal.
Off (not turned off)
30 min.
Auto input
search
Set whether the input with signals is only selected or not.
On
Off
Beep
Beep when operation is made.
Off
Power on
Sets whether to turn on the power when the ON/STANDBY button is
pressed (Manual), or when the power cord is plugged in (Auto).
Manual
Auto
Lamp power
Sets the lamp power.
On
Low
Detailed description
[Auto input search]
Standard
Input select menu
[On]: Automatically searches the signals that
can be projected, and switches input
from the connected device that outputs
the video signals each time the INPUT
button is pressed. The input from the
connected device that outputs no video
signals is skipped.
[Off]: Displays the Input select menu.
Toggle with
buttons and press
button. (The input without signals can be
selected.)
Input select
Computer 1
Y/PB/PR 1
Computer 2
Y/PB/PR 2
Video
S-video
/ shows whether signal is
input or not.
Description
Projection
mode
Sets projection mode in accordance with Placement Style.
Fan mode
Sets the cooling fan speed.
Key lock
Lock the control panel buttons.
[
or
: Enter setting mode]
[
: Select On/Off]
[ :Confirm]
[
:Select OK to end]
Press [Cancel] to return.
Reset all
Press
. (The password and user logo are not reset.)
Resets all adjustments and settings to their factory settings.
Yes
Password
Password setting
(Standard)
(Rear)
Standard
(Rear ceiling)
High
No
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Detailed description
[Fan mode]
Setting [Fan mode] to [High] increases the cooling fan speed. (The cooling fan
noise gets louder.) Set this option to use the projector, for example, at high altitude
(over 1,500 meters above sea level).
• Do not set Fan mode to [High] when using the projector at a lower altitude.
[Key lock]
Protect from operating errors by locking on the control panel buttons of the
projector. (The remote control operations are available.)
Control panel operations are locked after the setting is done, and accordingly
operation with the control panel buttons is disabled.
• To release the key lock, set the [Key Lock] to [Off] using remote control. Pressing
the [RETURN] button on the projector for 10 seconds also sets the [Key Lock] to
[Off]. (When operating the main unit, the 2 indicators of LAMP and TEMP light in
orange for 3 seconds, and at the same time the projector beeps.)
[Power on]
Note that if [Power on] is set to [Auto], then if the power is supplied when restored
after a power outage, the projector will come on.
[Lamp power]
When [Lamp power] is set to [Low], the screen becomes a little darker, but the
cooling fan noise gets quieter.
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This menu shows placement status and other settings.
Maintenance
Using the menus (Continued)
About lamp
■ Displaying Information (Status display)
The product’s light source is a mercury lamp that lights at increased internal pressure. Be sure
to fully understand the following characteristics of the lamp and handle it with extreme care.
• The lamp may burst with a loud noise due to impact or deterioration, or fail to light at
the expiration of its life.
• How long it takes before the lamp bursts or the life expires may vary greatly by lamp.
Some may burst shortly after first use.
• Burst is likely to happen if the lamp is used after the replacement period has elapsed.
• When the lamp bursts, the broken pieces of glass may get inside the product or be
released outside from the openings for ventilation.
• When the lamp bursts, a slight amount of mercury gas enclosed in the lamp along with
glass dust may be released from the openings for ventilation.
This displays information about the input signal, lamp use time, etc.
“Yes”: displayed, “No”: not displayed
Item
Projector
Input
Mode name
Resolution
Frequency
Sync
Signal format
Video mode
Lamp time
Lamp reset count
Total time
Version
Description
Computer Y/PB/PR Video S-video
Input source name
RGB input mode [Note 1]
Resolution (in dots)
Sync frequency
Sync signal polarity [Note 2]
Y/PB/PR signal format
Color method of video signal
Time of lamp use [Note 3]
The count for lamp replacement
The total time that this projector
is used.
Firmware version [Note 4]
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Notes
1: The mode of supported RGB signals p.51 is shown.
2: Sync signal polarity shown as P (positive) or N (negative) for [H/V].
3: Displays [Lamp time] as a measure of when the lamp should be replaced. (Cannot be used as
a counter of guaranteed lamp time.) Please replace the lamp after 2000 hours of use if [Lamp
power] is set to [Standard], or after 3000 hours of use if [Lamp power] is set to [Low], consult
with a dealer about getting replacement for lamp TLPLW11 (sold separately).
4: [Version] shows the version of the projector’s internal control program. This version is referred
to for customer service, etc.
■ Immediately replace the lamp when a sign appears on the screen.
• When the replacement time approaches, a message will appear on the screen.
• The risk of burst will increase if the lamp is continuously used without being replaced.
• Frequently check the used hours and prepare spares when the replacement time
approaches. (Refer to “Status display”. p.42 )
■ When the lamp is broken
• If glass components, including a lamp and a lens, should break, handle the broken
pieces with care to avoid injury and contact your dealer for repair service.
• In the event of lamp burst, unplug the product from the wall outlet, leave and completely
ventilate the room. Then, thoroughly clean the area around the projector and discard
any edible items placed in that area.
• When the lamp bursts, consult a doctor if glass dust or mercury gas gets into your eyes
or you breathe it.
Note
Maintenance
• The displayed information will not be refreshed if the status changes. To refresh the
information, dismiss the display, then display it again.
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Lamp replacement
A lamp is consumable supplies. If used for extended periods, images will appear dark, and
the lamp could burn out. This is characteristic of a lamp, and is not malfunction. (The lifetime
of the lamp depends on condition of use.) If this happens, replace it with a new one.
WARNING
• If the projector is mounted on the ceiling, it is recommended to use your Toshiba dealership when the lamp has to be exchanged.
Uncovering the lamp while the projector is mounted on a ceiling may lead to a danger
of damage from falling pieces of glass if the lamp is broken. Besides, working at high
elevations can also be hazardous. Do not attempt to replace the lamp by yourself.
• When replacement is required, be sure to use TLPLW11 (sold separately).
5
5 Mount the new lamp.
Align the orientation, press down the new lamp
until the bottom is reached, and lock in place using
the three lamp locking screws.
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1
6 Replace the lamp cover.
Align the cover, and press it in, then tighten the
screws loosened in step 3 until the lamp cover is
no longer loose.
7 Reset the lamp time.
• If you have been using the projector, the lamp will be very hot, and may cause burn
injuries. Wait for the lamp to cool (for longer than 1 hour) before replacing it.
• If the lamp should break, please handle with care to avoid injury due to broken pieces
( p.43 ) and contact your dealer for repair service.
1 Unplug power cord.
2 Wait until lamp is sufficiently cooled.
Wait for at least 1 hour.
3 Remove the lamp cover.
3
Lamp cover
Loosen the two screws, raise the lamp cover
with your fingers as shown to remove the lamp
cover. Use care to avoid any damage to nails
and/or tip of your finger(s). If you have any
difficulty in removal, you can use a screwdriver
or any other smaller tool for your convenience.
4 Pull out the lamp.
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2
Notes and Precautions
• The [Lamp time] item in the Status display menu indicates the time of lamp use (as a
rough guide) p.42
• Please replace the lamp after 2000 hours of use with [Lamp power] in the Default
setting 1 menu set to [Standard], and 3000 hours of use with [Lamp power] in the
Default setting 1 menu set to [Low]. p.40
• There are cases that the lamp can not work before the above mentioned period expires
or before the replacement message is displayed.
• Attach the lamp cover correctly so that it is not loose. If it is not attached correctly, the
projector may fail to be powered on or the lamp may fail to come on.
• Always replace the lamp with a new one.
• The lamp is made out of glass. Do not touch the glass surface with your bare hands,
bang it, or scratch it. (Dirt, jolts, scratches and the like could break the lamp.)
About lamp replacement messages
• The lamp replacement message of this projector displays an appropriate period
according to the use period for [Standard] / [Low] of the [Lamp power] respectively.
• When the replacement time approaches, the message of “The lamp life is ending.
Please change the lamp.” and the icon
are displayed every time the power is
button.
turned on. This display disappears when you press the
4
Loosen the three lamp locking screws, pull up the
handle, and remove the lamp.
See the lamp’s manual for instructions on resetting
the lamp time.
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2
Used Lamps
This projector’s lamps contain trace amounts of environmentally harmful inorganic
mercury. Be careful not to break used lamps, and dispose of them in accordance with
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regulations.
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Maintenance
CAUTION
Air filter cleaning
Lens and main unit cleaning
The air filter prevents dust and debris from getting inside the projector. Never run the
projector with the filter removed. It is recommended that the air filter is cleaned regularly.
• The message “Check the air filter for dirt.” is displayed every 100 hours. (If the usage time
exceeds 100 hours, this message is displayed for about 30 seconds when the image is
displayed for the first time after power is turned on. This display will be dismissed with any
operation.)
• Check out the filter and any debris is found, use the following procedure for cleaning.
WARNING
• Request cleaning and maintenance of a ceiling-mounted unit from your projector
dealership.
WARNING
• Request cleaning and maintenance of a ceiling-mounted unit from your projector dealership.
Attempting to clean/replace the lamp at a high site by yourself may cause you to fall
down, thus resulting in injury.
■ Lens cleaning
• Clean the lens with a commercially available blower and/or
lens cleaner.
• The lens is easily scratched, so do not rub it with hard objects,
or strike it.
■ Main unit cleaning
1 Unplug power cord.
2 Remove the air filter.
Pull out the air filter by taking the catch shown in
the figure.
• Clean the main unit after unplugging the power cord.
• Wipe dirt off the main unit gently with a soft cloth.
• Do not wipe the main unit with a damp cloth. Doing
so may allow water to get inside, resulting in an
electric shock or failure.
• Do not use benzene, thinner and the like as they may
deform or discolor the unit or damage the paint
surface.
• When using a chemically treated cloth, follow the
precautions included with the cloth.
3 Clean the filter.
Carefully remove the dust and dirt from the air filter
with a vacuum cleaner or the like.
Maintenance
4 Replace the air filter.
Notes
• Allowing dirt and dust to build up in the air filter will worsen the air circulation inside the
projector, causing the internal temperature to rise, causing the projector to stop working
or malfunction.
• Insert the air filter all the way in. Leaving gaps will allow dust and dirt to get inside the
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• If you wash the air filer with water, make sure to dry it completely before replacing it.
• If the air filter is torn, consult with your dealer about replacing it with a new one.
Continuing to use a ripped filter will allow dust and dirt to get inside the projector.
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Trouble indications
Before calling service personnel
The indicator lights to inform you of internal abnormalities.
If you think something is wrong, check the followings before contacting customer service.
Please see “Trouble indications” p.48 as well.
(Off)
⇒ Problem with projector
• Unplug the power cord, and contact your dealer.
If This Happens
• Is the power cord plugged in? Is it connected to the projector?
• Is the lamp cover attached properly? p.45
Power goes out
during use
• Is the ambient temperature high? p.48
• Is the air intake or air exhaust blocked? p.48
No picture
•
•
•
•
•
Is the projector turned on? (When [Auto input search] is [Off])
Is the mute function on? p.29
Is the brightness setting minimized? p.35
Are the connections set up correctly? p.21
Are all the connected devices functioning properly?
No audio
•
•
•
•
Is the mute function on? p.29
Is the volume setting minimized? p.26
Are the connections set up correctly? p.21
Are all the connected devices functioning properly?
Picture not
displayed
correctly
• Is the input signal supported by the projector? p.51 , p.52
• Is there something generating an abnormal video signal, for
instance the video tape?
Picture blurred
Part of picture
out of focus
•
•
•
•
•
Image is dark
• Are the brightness or contrast adjustments off? p.35
• Is the lamp nearing the end of its service life? p.42
Colors too light
Bad shading
•
•
•
•
Lamp went out during use, or won’t come on
(Red (Red lit)
flashing) Or
(Red lit) (Red lit)
⇒ Lamp temperature is high so that it is difficult to turn on, the lifetime of the
lamp has ended or the projector is malfunctioning.
• Unplug the power cord and wait for a short while, then turn the power
back on.
• If a lamp burns out, replace it with a new one.
❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is
unplugged.
You can not turn on the power during abnormal display.
Power went out during use
(Red lit) (Red
flashing)
⇒ Internal overheating, or the outside temperature is too high.
• Place the projector so that the air intake and exhaust are not blocked.
• Unplug the power cord and wait for a short while, then turn the power
back on.
❈ The
icon will appear before the power goes out.
❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is
unplugged.
You can not turn on the power during abnormal display.
Power went out during use
(Red lit) (Green
flashing)
⇒ Problem with internal cooling fan.
• Unplug the power cord, and contact your dealer.
❈ The
icon will appear before the power goes out.
❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is
unplugged.
You can not turn on the power during abnormal display.
Power went out during use, or power won’t come on
(Orange (Red lit)
flashing)
⇒ The lamp cover is not properly attached.
• Unplug the power cord, and reattach the lamp cover. p.45
❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is
unplugged.
You can not turn on the power during abnormal display.
Power went out during use
(Red lit) (Orange
lit)
⇒ Problem inside the projector.
• Unplug the power cord and wait for a short while, then turn the power
back on.
• If the above action will not clear the problem, unplug the power cord,
and contact your dealer.
❈ The
icon will appear before the power goes out.
❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is
unplugged.
You can not turn on the power during abnormal display.
Check
No power
Is the lens dirty? p.47
Is the lens focus adjusted optimally? p.26
Is the projection distance within the projector’s supported range?
Is the projector’s screen placement angle tilted too far? p.20
Are the sharpness or sampling phase adjustments off? p.35
•
•
•
•
•
p.41
Are the remote control’s batteries drained?
Are the batteries inserted into the remote control correctly? p.19
Is the remote control being used within the effective range? p.19
Are there any obstructions between the remote control and projector?
Are there any fluorescent or other bright lights shining at the
projector’s infrared remote sensor?
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p.20
Are the color, R-level, G-level, or B-level adjustments off? p.35
Is the screen dirty?
Is the blackboard mode set properly? p.37
Is the lamp nearing the end of its service life? p.42
• Is the key lock function on?
Control panel
key doesn’t work
Remote control
doesn’t work
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No power
Specifications
■ List of general specifications
■ List of supported signals (RGB signals)
Specification
280 W
2.8 kg
This projector supports the following RGB signals. Note, however, that depending on the
computer model, the screen may show flicker or streaking. Please adjust the projector if
this happens.
288 × 92 × 247 mm (W × H × D)
PC resin and PC+ABS resin
Temp: 5°C to 35°C; relative humidity: 30% to 70%
3-panel transmission
0.6 type
TFT active matrix
786,432 pixels (1024H × 768V)
Zoom lens
F=1.6-1.88 f=18.6-22.3 mm
High-pressure mercury lamp (180 W)
33-300 inches
1.19-9.13 m
1W (Mono)
Mini D sub 15 pin RGB / Y/PB/PR (dual use)
Resolution
Mode
720 x 400
640 x 480
720x400_85
VGA_60
VGA_72
VGA_75
VGA_85
SVGA_56
SVGA_60
SVGA_72
SVGA_75
SVGA_85
MAC16"
XGA_60
XGA_70
XGA_75
XGA_85
MAC19"
SXGA1_75
QuadVGA_60
QuadVGA_85
SXGA3_60
SXGA3_75
SXGA3_85
SXGA+
UXGA_60
UXGA_65
UXGA_70
UXGA_75
UXGA_85
800 x 600
832 x 624
1024 x 768
Mini D sub 15 pin RGB / Y/PB/PR / MONITOR OUT (dual use)
Mini DIN 4 pin
RCA Pin Jack × 2
RCA Pin Jack
3.5mm dia. stereo mini-jack
3.5mm dia. stereo mini-jack
Mini DIN 8 pin (RS-232C)
Notes
• This model complies with the above specifications.
• Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
• This model may not be compatible with features and/or specifications that may be added
in the future.
1152 x 864
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1400 x 1050
1600 x 1200
Refresh rate
(Hz)
85.039
59.940
72.809
75.000
85.008
56.250
60.317
72.188
75.000
85.061
74.550
60.004
70.069
75.029
84.997
74.700
75.000
60.000
85.002
60.020
75.025
85.024
59.978
60.000
65.000
70.000
75.000
85.000
H-frequency
(kHz)
37.927
31.469
37.861
37.500
43.269
35.156
37.879
48.077
46.875
53.674
49.725
48.363
56.476
60.023
68.667
60.134
67.500
60.000
85.938
63.981
79.976
91.146
65.317
75.000
81.250
87.500
93.750
106.250
Clock
(MHz)
35.500
25.175
31.500
31.500
36.000
36.000
40.000
50.000
49.500
56.250
57.283
65.000
75.000
78.750
94.500
79.857
108.000
108.000
148.500
108.000
135.000
157.500
121.750
162.000
175.500
189.000
202.500
229.500
Note
• Signals whose resolution exceeds the native resolution (1024 × 768 pixels) will be
compressed. For this reason, some information may be lost, or image quality may be
affected.
Others
Connection terminal
Item
Consumption Power
Weight
External Dimensions
(including protruding parts)
Cabinet material
Conditions for usage environment
Display method
Panel size
LCD Panel
Drive system
Picture elements
Lens
Lamp
Projection screen size
Projection distance
Speaker
COMPUTER 1
IN terminal
COMPUTER 2
IN terminal
S-VIDEO terminal
AUDIO (L/R) terminal
VIDEO terminal
AUDIO IN terminal
AUDIO OUT terminal
CONTROL terminal
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Specifications (Continued)
■ CONTROL terminal
Signal format
fh(kHz)
fv(Hz)
480i(525i)@60Hz
15.73
59.94
480p(525p)@60Hz
576i(625i)@50Hz
31.47
15.63
59.94
50.00
576p(625p)@50Hz
720p(750p)@60Hz
720p(750p)@50Hz
1080i(1125i)@60Hz
1080i(1125i)@50Hz
31.25
45.00
37.50
33.75
28.13
50.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
50.00
■ List of supported signals (Video, S-Video signals)
Video mode
fh(kHz)
fv(Hz)
fsc(MHz)
NTSC
PAL
15.73
15.63
60
50
3.58
4.43
SECAM
PAL-M
PAL-N
PAL-60
NTSC4.43
15.63
15.73
15.63
15.73
15.73
50
60
50
60
60
4.25 or 4.41
3.58
3.58
4.43
4.43
■ Pin assignment of COMPUTER 1 IN, COMPUTER 2 IN &
MONITOR OUT terminals
5
10
15
1
6
11
Mini D sub 15 Pin connector
Input Signal
• RGB input
RGB signals:
Horizontal sync signal:
Vertical sync signal:
• Y/PB/PR input
Y signal:
PB/PR signals:
0.7V (p-p) 75 Ω
TTL level (Pos/neg polarity)
TTL level (Pos/neg polarity)
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Pin description
During RGB input
During Y/PB/PR input
Video signal (R)
Color difference signal (PR)
Video signal (G)
Luminance signal (Y)
Video signal (B)
Color difference signal (PB)
GND
∗
GND
∗
GND (R)
GND (PR)
GND (G)
GND (Y)
GND (B)
GND (PB)
N.C
∗
GND
∗
GND
∗
N.C
∗
Horizontal sync signal ∗
Vertical sync signal
∗
N.C
∗
● Pin assignment
7
6
8
5
3
4
2
1
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal Name
RXD
CTS
DSR
GND
RTS
N.C
TXD
GND
Mini DIN 8 pin connector
● Interface format
1 Communication method
2 Communication format
3 Data format
4 Replies
RS-232C, 9600bps, No Parity, Data Length: 8 bits;
Stop Bit Length:
1 bit
STX (02h) Command (3Byte) ETX (03h)
Only 1 command valid per communication.
For input commands, only ASCII-compliant all-uppercase
alphanumeric characters supported.
Acknowledge
No acknowledge
ACK (06h) CR (0Dh) Data
... Normally ended
ACK (06h) ESC (1Bh)
... Aborted
NAK (15h)
If commands are to be sent consecutively, wait for the response from the projector
before sending the next command.
● Main Commands
Item
Power on
Power off
Icon display on
Icon display off
Auto setting (RGB input)
Status display on
Status display off
Command
PON
POF
MO0
MO1
PAT
DON
DOF
Note
• Contact your dealer for control cable and other commands.
■ Separately sold product
T
HET
RUS
T
E
DS
OURCEF
ORPROJ
E
CT
ORL
AMPSAND
ACCE
S
S
O
RI
E
S
Replacement
Lamp
Model
TLPLW11
1.0V (p-p) 75 Ω
0.7V (p-p) 75 Ω
∗ Do not connect anything.
52
Description
Receiving data
Consent to send
Data set ready
Signal ground
Request to send
No connection
Sending data
Signal ground
53
Others
■ List of supported signals (Y/PB/PR signals)
T
HET
RUS
T
E
DS
OURCEF
ORPROJ
E
CT
ORL
AMPSANDACCE
S
S
ORI
E
S
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