Installation Instructions
Projector Mount Bracket
Model No. ET-PKD520B
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* The figure above shows this product combined with the separately sold ET-PKD520H Ceiling Mount Bracket (for High
Ceilings).
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
■■ To customers
The “Installation Instructions” is intended for use by installation personnel. Be sure to employ certified
personnel to perform the installation.
After installation, have the installation personnel return these “Installation Instructions” to you, and save it for future use.
When moving or removing the projector, give this manual to the certified personnel and have them perform the
procedure.
■■ To installation personnel
Read the “Installation Instructions” thoroughly and then perform the operation correctly and safely.
Be sure to read through the section entitled “Read this first!” (page 3) before proceeding with the installation.
After installation, return these “Installation Instructions” to the customer.
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Contents
Read this first!.................................................................................................... 3
Product components.......................................................................................... 4
Standard installation dimensions..................................................................... 5
<When using a lens other than the ET-D75LE95 / ET-D75LE90 Fixed-focus lens>................... 5
<When using the ET-D75LE95 / ET-D75LE90 Fixed-focus lens>....................................... 9
Installation......................................................................................................... 11
Setting up the screen..........................................................................................................11
Screws tightening torques................................................................................................. 12
Installing the bracket to the projector................................................................................. 12
Attaching the wire rope to the projector............................................................................. 12
Specifications................................................................................................... 13
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Read this first!
Always follow these precautions
WARNING:
Installation work should only be carried out by the certified personnel.
zzIf this product is not installed correctly, serious accidents may result.
zzFollow the instructions specified in “Installation” of this manual, and perform secure installation.
Install the ceiling mount bracket in accordance with the structure and materials of the installation
location.
zzIf a mistake is made in the installation procedure, the ceiling mount bracket may fall down and an injury may
result.
Mounting must be carried out by two or more persons.
zzWhen installing the projector in an overhead location, for example, in a high ceiling, at least two persons will
be required to handle the installation.
Make sure that your footing is safe and secure during installation.
zzIf your footing is not secure, you may trip or fall down, and an injury may result.
Do not loosen or remove the unit screws and bolts unnecessarily.
zzThe projector may fall down and an injury may result.
Do not install in a location that is not strong enough.
zzIf the installation location is not strong enough, the unit may fall down and damage to the projector or an
injury may result.
Do not install the ceiling mount bracket in humid or dusty locations or in locations where the ceiling
mount bracket may be exposed to oily smoke, steam, or excessive heat.
zzFailure to obey may result in fire or electric shock. In addition, oil will cause the plastic to deteriorate, which
may result in a drop hazard.
Do not allow children to reach the supplied screws and metal fittings.
zzThese items can cause personal injury if swallowed.
zzIf swallowed, seek medical help immediately.
Do not disassemble or modify the projector mount bracket.
zzThe projector may be damaged or fall down, and an injury may result.
CAUTION:
Install only the designated projector.
Install only using the designated method.
zzFailure to obey may result in dropping, damage to the projector, or injury.
Do not install the ceiling mount bracket in a place which may impede projector ventilation.
zzIf this is not observed, fire may result.
Do not hang from or hang objects on the projector or ceiling mount bracket.
zzThe projector may fall and cause injury.
Use only the specified ceiling mount bracket (for high ceilings or for low ceilings).
zzFailure to obey may result in dropping, damage to the projector, or injury.
Always use the supplied parts when performing installation.
zzOtherwise, this may cause damaged projector to fall and cause injury.
Install the mounting screws and power cable in such a way that they will not make contact with the
inside metals of the ceiling.
zzElectric shocks may result from contact with any metal objects inside the ceiling.
■■ Panasonic disclaims all liability for any accidents or any damage caused by the installation of the
ceiling mount bracket using methods that are not described in these Installation Instructions or
methods that do not use the parts specified in these Instructions.
■■ If products are no longer being used, they should be dismantled and removed by the certified
personnel as soon as possible.
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Product components
This is a projector mount bracket for installing projectors.
Use this together with the ceiling mount bracket for high ceilings or low ceilings (sold separately).
■■ Supported ceiling mount brackets and projectors
Ceiling Mount Bracket
ET-PKD520H / ET-PKD520S
Projector
PT-RQ13K / PT-RZ12K / PT-RS11K / PT-DZ21K2 / PT-DS20K2 / PT-DW17K2 / PT-DZ16K2 / PT-DZ21K /
PT-DS20K / PT-DW17K / PT-DZ16K / PT-RZ21K / PT-RS20K
Note
zzProducts not listed above may be supported in some cases. For details, refer to the operating instructions of
your ceiling mount bracket (for high ceilings or for low ceilings) and projector.
■■ Structural components
Check that the package contains the following parts. The number enclosed in < > is the quantity.
Projector mount bracket <1>
This is used to install the projector itself.
The bracket has a function for adjusting horizontal
tilt.
Hex head bolt, captive washer <6>
(M6 × 30)
These are used to mount the bracket onto the
projector.
Hex head bolt, captive washer <4>
(M10 × 40)
Wire rope <4>
Approx. 2.0 mm (3/32") wire diameter,
800 mm (31-1/2") length
Prevents the projector from falling.
zzTightening torque for the screws are M6: 4±0.5 N•m, M10 (3/8"): 20±1 N•m.
zzWhen tightening up the screws, use a tool such as a torque screwdriver or torque wrench. Do not use electric
screwdrivers or impact screwdrivers.
Attention
zzDispose of the packaging materials properly after taking the product out of it.
zzStore small parts in an appropriate manner, and keep them away from small children.
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Standard installation dimensions
<When using a lens other than the ET-D75LE95 / ET-D75LE90 Fixed-focus lens>
The dimensional relationship between the screen and the projector is shown below.
Establish the dimensions after assessing the area possible for installation.
The zoom function of the lens allows you to adjust the projection distance. Fine adjust while checking the
projected image.
When an ET-D75LE95 / ET-D75LE90 fixed-focus lens is attached, the dimensional relationship between the
screen and the projector will differ. "<When using a lens other than the ET-D75LE95 / ET-D75LE90 Fixed-focus
lens>" ( page 9)
■■ Dimensional reationship diagram
zzThe illustration shows the ET-PKD520H ceiling mount bracket mounted on a projector.
(Units: mm ("))
Ceiling
H1
Projected image
SD
SH
SH
L (LW/LT)
SW
L5
L1
314
(12-3/8")
SW
175 (6-7/8")
Screen
Note
zzThis illustration assumes that the projector will be installed so that the projected image fills the screen and is
properly aligned with it.
zzThis drawing is not in exact scale.
SH
Image height
L1
Lens protrusion dimension (from front of set to tip of lens)
SW
Image width
L5
From front center of the attachment plate to front of projector
H1
From lens center to attachment plate (includes the thickness of the
attachment plate)
SD
L
Projected image size
Projection distance
Attention
zzInstall the projector with at least 500 mm (19-11/16") gap from the surrounding walls or objects in order to
ensure that the air intake/exhaust ports of the projector will not be blocked.
zzAvoid setting up in places which are subject to sudden temperature changes, such as near an air conditioner
or lighting equipment (studio lamps, etc.).
Note
zzWhen [GEOMETRY] is used, correction is performed in the direction that results in a screen smaller than the
specified screen size.
zzThe illustrations of projectors in this manual are for informational purposes only and do not represent a specific
model. Configurations may vary with the model.
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Standard installation dimensions (continued)
■■ Dimensional relationship
zzH1 and L5 values
ET-PKD520H
ET-PKD520S
(Unit: m)
PT-RQ13K / RZ12K /
RS11K / RZ21K / RS20K
PT-DZ21K2 / DS20K2 / DW17K2 /
DZ16K2 / DZ21K / DS20K / DW17K / DZ16K
H1
0.561 - 0.681
0.560 - 0.680
L5
0.298
0.298
H1
0.248
0.247
L5
0.298
0.298
zzL1 values
(Unit: m)
PT-RQ13K / RZ12K / RS11K / DZ21K2 / DS20K2 / DW17K2 /
DZ16K2 / DZ21K / DS20K / DW17K / DZ16K / RZ21K / RS20K
ET‑D75LE6
0.212
ET‑D75LE8
0.254
ET‑D75LE10
0.125
ET‑D75LE20
0.121
ET‑D75LE30
0.121
ET‑D75LE40
0.124
ET‑D75LE50
0.203
zzFormulas for calculating projection distance by projection lens
Check the projected image size SD (m) and use the following formula to determine projection distance.
(Values obtained by the calculation formulas in the tables below contain a slight error.)
When calculating a projection distance using image size designation (value in inches), multiply the value in inches
by 0.0254 and substitute it into SD in the formula for calculating the projection distance.
Note
zzThe throw ratios are based on values during projection of 3.81 m (150") projected image size.
PT‑RZ12K / DZ21K2 / DZ21K / RZ21K
Projection Lens
ET‑D75LE6
Throw ratio
0.924 - 1.10 : 1
1.12 - 1.32 : 1
ET‑D75LE10
1.30 - 1.67 : 1
1.56 - 2.01 : 1
ET‑D75LE20
ET‑D75LE30
1.67 - 2.41 : 1
ET‑D75LE50
Max. (LT)
16 : 10
= 0.7979 × SD - 0.0566
= 0.9559 × SD - 0.0736
16 : 9
= 0.8201 × SD - 0.0566
= 0.9825 × SD - 0.0736
4:3
= 0.9032 × SD - 0.0566
= 1.0822 × SD - 0.0736
16 : 10
= 1.1186 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.4458 × SD - 0.1085
16 : 9
= 1.1497 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.4860 × SD - 0.1085
4:3
= 1.2663 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.6367 × SD - 0.1085
16 : 10
= 1.4312 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.0795 × SD - 0.1162
16 : 9
= 1.4709 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.1373 × SD - 0.1162
2.00 - 2.90 : 1
4:3
= 1.6202 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.3542 × SD - 0.1162
16 : 10
= 2.0647 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.0041 × SD - 0.1765
2.41 - 4.66 : 1
16 : 9
= 2.1221 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.1155 × SD - 0.1765
4.62 - 7.38 : 1
5.55 - 8.86 : 1
ET‑D75LE8
Projection distance (L) formula
Min. (LW)
2.40 - 4.66 : 1
2.89 - 5.60 : 1
ET‑D75LE40
Aspect ratio
(Unit: m)
7.34 - 13.8 : 1
4:3
= 2.3374 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.5330 × SD - 0.1765
16 : 10
= 3.9532 × SD - 0.1577
= 6.3027 × SD - 0.1615
16 : 9
= 4.0631 × SD - 0.1577
= 6.4779 × SD - 0.1615
4:3
= 4.4754 × SD - 0.1577
= 7.1351 × SD - 0.1615
16 : 10
= 6.3193 × SD - 0.3862
= 11.8400 × SD - 0.3598
16 : 9
= 6.4950 × SD - 0.3862
= 12.1692 × SD - 0.3598
8.82 - 16.6 : 1
4:3
= 7.1540 × SD - 0.3862
= 13.4039 × SD - 0.3598
0.694 : 1
16 : 10
= 0.6072 × SD - 0.0713
0.695 : 1
16 : 9
= 0.6240 × SD - 0.0713
0.836 : 1
4:3
= 0.6873 × SD - 0.0713
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Standard installation dimensions (continued)
PT‑RS11K / DS20K2 / DS20K / RS20K
Projection Lens
Throw ratio
1.01 - 1.19 : 1
ET‑D75LE6
1.41 - 1.81 : 1
ET‑D75LE10
ET‑D75LE20
ET‑D75LE30
ET‑D75LE8
ET‑D75LE50
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
4:3
= 0.8150 × SD - 0.0566
= 0.9764 × SD - 0.0736
16 : 9
= 0.8877 × SD - 0.0566
= 1.0636 × SD - 0.0736
4:3
= 1.1425 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.4767 × SD - 0.1085
16 : 9
= 1.2446 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.6086 × SD - 0.1085
1.80 - 2.61 : 1
4:3
= 1.4618 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.1241 × SD - 0.1162
1.81 - 2.61 : 1
16 : 9
= 1.5924 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.3137 × SD - 0.1162
2.60 - 5.05 : 1
4:3
= 2.1089 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.0899 × SD - 0.1765
2.61 - 5.05 : 1
16 : 9
= 2.2972 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.4552 × SD - 0.1765
4:3
= 4.0379 × SD - 0.1577
= 6.4377 × SD - 0.1615
5.00 - 7.99 : 1
ET‑D75LE40
Aspect ratio
(Unit: m)
Projection distance (L) formula
16 : 9
= 4.3985 × SD - 0.1577
= 7.0126 × SD - 0.1615
7.95 - 14.9 : 1
4:3
= 6.4547 × SD - 0.3862
= 12.0937 × SD - 0.3598
7.96 - 15.0 : 1
16 : 9
= 7.0312 × SD - 0.3862
= 13.1737 × SD - 0.3598
0.752 : 1
4:3
= 0.6202 × SD - 0.0713
0.754 : 1
16 : 9
= 0.6755 × SD - 0.0713
PT‑DW17K2 / DW17K
Projection Lens
ET‑D75LE6
ET‑D75LE10
ET‑D75LE20
ET‑D75LE30
ET‑D75LE40
ET‑D75LE8
ET‑D75LE50
(Unit: m)
Throw ratio
Aspect ratio
1.0 - 1.2 : 1
16 : 9
Projection distance (L) formula
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
= 0.9094 × SD - 0.0566
= 1.0906 × SD - 0.0736
1.4 - 1.6 : 1
4:3
= 1.1142 × SD - 0.0566
= 1.3346 × SD - 0.0736
1.4 - 1.9 : 1
16 : 9
= 1.2759 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.6491 × SD - 0.1085
1.9 - 2.5 : 1
4:3
= 1.5620 × SD - 0.0857
= 2.0190 × SD - 0.1085
1.8 - 2.7 : 1
16 : 9
= 1.6324 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.3720 × SD - 0.1162
2.5 - 3.6 : 1
4:3
= 1.9986 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.9040 × SD - 0.1162
2.7 - 5.2 : 1
16 : 9
= 2.3550 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.5673 × SD - 0.1765
3.6 - 6.9 : 1
4:3
= 2.8833 × SD - 0.1131
= 5.5917 × SD - 0.1765
5.1 - 8.2 : 1
16 : 9
= 4.5092 × SD - 0.1577
= 7.1891 × SD - 0.1615
6.8 - 10.9 : 1
4:3
= 5.5206 × SD - 0.1577
= 8.8016 × SD - 0.1615
8.2 - 15.4 : 1
16 : 9
= 7.2087 × SD - 0.3862
= 13.5039 × SD - 0.3598
10.9 - 20.5 : 1
4:3
= 8.8228 × SD - 0.3862
= 16.5354 × SD - 0.3598
0.8 : 1
16 : 9
= 0.6925 × SD - 0.0713
1.0 : 1
4:3
= 0.8479 × SD - 0.0713
PT‑DZ16K2 / DZ16K
Projection Lens
ET‑D75LE6
ET‑D75LE10
ET‑D75LE20
ET‑D75LE30
ET‑D75LE40
ET‑D75LE8
ET‑D75LE50
(Unit: m)
Throw ratio
Aspect ratio
0.9 - 1.1 : 1
1.2 - 1.5 : 1
Projection distance (L) formula
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
16 : 9
= 0.8201 × SD - 0.0566
= 0.9825 × SD - 0.0736
4:3
= 1.0036 × SD - 0.0566
= 1.2024 × SD - 0.0736
1.3 - 1.7 : 1
16 : 9
= 1.1497 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.4860 × SD - 0.1085
1.7 - 2.2 : 1
4:3
= 1.4070 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.8186 × SD - 0.1085
1.7 - 2.4 : 1
16 : 9
= 1.4709 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.1373 × SD - 0.1162
2.2 - 3.2 : 1
4:3
= 1.8002 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.6157 × SD - 0.1162
2.4 - 4.7 : 1
16 : 9
= 2.1221 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.1155 × SD - 0.1765
3.2 - 6.2 : 1
4:3
= 2.5971 × SD - 0.1131
= 5.0367 × SD - 0.1765
4.6 - 7.4 : 1
16 : 9
= 4.0631 × SD - 0.1577
= 6.4779 × SD - 0.1615
6.2 - 9.9 : 1
4:3
= 4.9726 × SD - 0.1577
= 7.9279 × SD - 0.1615
7.3 - 13.8 : 1
16 : 9
= 6.4950 × SD - 0.3862
= 12.1692 × SD - 0.3598
9.8 - 18.5 : 1
4:3
= 7.9489 × SD - 0.3862
= 14.8932 × SD - 0.3598
0.7 : 1
16 : 9
= 0.6240 × SD - 0.0713
0.9 : 1
4:3
= 0.7637 × SD - 0.0713
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Standard installation dimensions (continued)
PT‑RQ13K
(Unit: m)
Projection Lens
ET‑D75LE6
Throw ratio
1.0 - 1.2 : 1
1.2 - 1.4 : 1
ET‑D75LE10
1.4 - 1.8 : 1
1.7 - 2.2 : 1
ET‑D75LE20
1.8 - 2.6 : 1
2.1 - 3.1 : 1
ET‑D75LE30
2.6 - 5.0 : 1
3.1 - 6.0 : 1
ET‑D75LE40
4.9 - 7.9 : 1
5.9 - 9.5 : 1
ET‑D75LE8
7.9 - 13.8 : 1
9.5 - 13.8 : 1
ET‑D75LE50
0.7 : 1
0.9 : 1
Aspect ratio
Projection distance (L) formula
Min. (LW)
Max. (LT)
16 : 10
= 0.8549 × SD - 0.0566
= 1.0242 × SD - 0.0736
16 : 9
= 0.8786 × SD - 0.0566
= 1.0527 × SD - 0.0736
4:3
= 0.9679 × SD - 0.0566
= 1.1596 × SD - 0.0736
16 : 10
= 1.1985 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.5490 × SD - 0.1085
16 : 9
= 1.2318 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.5921 × SD - 0.1085
4:3
= 1.3569 × SD - 0.0857
= 1.7538 × SD - 0.1085
16 : 10
= 1.5334 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.2280 × SD - 0.1162
16 : 9
= 1.5760 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.2900 × SD - 0.1162
4:3
= 1.7361 × SD - 0.0832
= 2.5226 × SD - 0.1162
16 : 10
= 2.2121 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.2901 × SD - 0.1765
16 : 9
= 2.2736 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.4094 × SD - 0.1765
4:3
= 2.5046 × SD - 0.1131
= 4.8573 × SD - 0.1765
16 : 10
= 4.2356 × SD - 0.1577
= 6.7529 × SD - 0.1615
16 : 9
= 4.3534 × SD - 0.1577
= 6.9406 × SD - 0.1615
4:3
= 4.7955 × SD - 0.1577
= 7.6456 × SD - 0.1615
16 : 10
= 6.7707 × SD - 0.3862
= 12.6858 × SD - 0.3598
16 : 9
= 6.9590 × SD - 0.3862
= 13.0385 × SD - 0.3598
4:3
= 7.6658 × SD - 0.3862
= 14.3627 × SD - 0.3598
16 : 10
= 0.6505 × SD - 0.0713
16 : 9
= 0.6686 × SD - 0.0713
4:3
= 0.7365 × SD - 0.0713
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Standard installation dimensions (continued)
<When using the ET-D75LE95 / ET-D75LE90 Fixed-focus lens>
The dimensional relationship between the screen and the projector is shown below.
Establish the dimensions after assessing the area possible for installation.
■■ Dimensional relationship diagram
zzThe illustration shows the ET-PKD520H ceiling mount bracket mounted on a projector.
(Units: mm ("))
Ceiling
For the ET-PKD520H:
419 - 539*(16-1/2" - 21-7/32")
For the ET-PKD520S: 106*(4-3/16")
* Includes the thickness of
the attachment plate.
L4
H1
A1
L5
Projected image
SD
SH
L3
L1
SH
L2
SW
314
(12-3/8")
SW
175 (6-7/8")
Screen
Note
zzThis illustration assumes that the projector will be installed so that the projected image fills the screen and is
properly aligned with it.
zzThis drawing is not in exact scale.
SH
Image height
L4
SW
Image width
L5
From screen to rear of projector
From center of attachment plate to front of projector
SD
Projected image size
A1
From top edge of screen to top of projector
L1
Projection distance (from screen to mirror reflective
surface*)
H1
From bottom of set (the surface in contact with this
product) to top of projector
L2
From screen to tip of lens
L3
From screen to front of projector
* The mirror reflective surface is inside the fixed-focus lens, and is not visible from the outside.
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Standard installation dimensions (continued)
Attention
zzInstall the projector with at least 500 mm (19-11/16") gap from the surrounding walls or objects in order to
ensure that the air intake/exhaust ports of the projector will not be blocked.
zzAvoid setting up in places which are subject to sudden temperature changes, such as near an air conditioner
or lighting equipment (studio lamps, etc.).
zzRegardless of the projector model, set up the projector so that the projected image is rectangular and the
back of the projector and the screen are parallel. Depending on your projector, however, keystone distortion
correction via the [GEOMETRY] function may be possible, even after setup. For details, refer to "Setting up" in
the operating instructions of the projector.
Note
zzDimension L4 is not the distance from the projector rear panel to the wall, but the distance from the projector
rear panel to the screen.
zzWhen [GEOMETRY] is used, correction is performed in the direction that results in a screen smaller than the
specified screen size.
zzThe illustrations of projectors in this manual are for informational purposes only and do not represent a specific
model. Configurations may vary with the model.
■■ Dimensional relationship
zzH1 and L5 values
(Unit: m)
PT-RQ13K / RZ12K / RS11K / RZ21K / RS20K
PT-DZ21K2 / DS20K2 / DW17K2 / DZ16K2 /
DZ21K / DS20K / DW17K / DZ16K
H1
0.270
0.255
L5
0.298
0.298
zzL1, A1 calculation formula
Check the projected image size SD (m) and use each formula to determine projection distance (L1) and top of set
to top edge of screen (A1).
By determining L1 and A1, you can calculate all other dimensions.
(Values obtained by the calculation formulas contain a slight error.)
When calculating a projection distance using image size designation (value in inches), multiply the value in inches
by 0.0254 and substitute it into SD in the formula for calculating the projection distance.
PT‑RZ12K / RZ21K
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
(Throw ratio [0.36 : 1])
Aspect ratio 4 : 3
(Throw ratio [0.44 : 1])
= 0.303 × SD + 0.020
= 0.312 × SD + 0.020
= 0.343 × SD + 0.020
Min.
= 0.229 × SH - 0.128
= 0.254 × SH - 0.128
= 0.229 × SH - 0.128
Max.
= 0.283 × SH - 0.128
= 0.370 × SH - 0.128
= 0.283 × SH - 0.128
L1
A1
(Unit: m)
Aspect ratio 16 : 10
(Throw ratio [0.36 : 1])
PT-RS11K / RS20K
L1
Min.
A1
Max.
(Unit: m)
Aspect ratio 4 : 3
(Throw ratio [0.39 : 1])
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
(Throw ratio [0.39 : 1])
= 0.310 × SD + 0.020
= 0.337 × SD + 0.020
= 0.275 × SH - 0.128
= 0.206 × SH - 0.128
= 0.441 × SH - 0.128
PT‑DZ21K2 / DZ21K
(Unit: m)
Aspect ratio 16 : 10
(Throw ratio [0.36 : 1])
L1
A1
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
(Throw ratio [0.36 : 1])
Aspect ratio 4 : 3
(Throw ratio [0.44 : 1])
= 0.303 × SD + 0.020
= 0.312 × SD + 0.020
= 0.343 × SD + 0.020
Min.
= 0.229 × SH - 0.114
= 0.254 × SH - 0.114
= 0.229 × SH - 0.114
Max.
= 0.283 × SH - 0.114
= 0.370 × SH - 0.114
= 0.283 × SH - 0.114
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Standard installation dimensions (continued)
PT-DS20K2 / DS20K
(Unit: m)
Aspect ratio 4 : 3
(Throw ratio [0.39 : 1])
L1
= 0.310 × SD + 0.020
Min.
A1
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
(Throw ratio [0.39 : 1])
= 0.337 × SD + 0.020
= 0.275 × SH - 0.114
= 0.206 × SH - 0.114
Max.
= 0.441 × SH - 0.114
PT-DW17K2 / DW17K
(Unit: m)
L1
A1
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
(Throw ratio [0.40 : 1])
Aspect ratio 4 : 3
(Throw ratio [0.54 : 1])
= 0.346 × SD + 0.020
= 0.423 × SD + 0.020
Min.
= 0.282 × SH - 0.114
Max.
= 0.466 × SH - 0.114
PT-DZ16K2 / DZ16K
(Unit: m)
L1
A1
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
(Throw ratio [0.36 : 1])
Aspect ratio 4 : 3
(Throw ratio [0.48 : 1])
= 0.312 × SD + 0.020
= 0.381 × SD + 0.020
Min.
= 0.254 × SH - 0.114
Max.
= 0.370 × SH - 0.114
PT‑RQ13K
(Unit: m)
Aspect ratio 16 : 10
(Throw ratio [0.39 : 1])
L1
A1
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
(Throw ratio [0.39 : 1])
Aspect ratio 4 : 3
(Throw ratio [0.47 : 1])
= 0.325 × SD + 0.020
= 0.334 × SD + 0.020
= 0.368 × SD + 0.020
Min.
= 0.245 × SH - 0.128
= 0.272 × SH - 0.128
= 0.245 × SH - 0.128
Max.
= 0.339 × SH - 0.128
= 0.432 × SH - 0.128
= 0.339 × SH - 0.128
zzL2, L3, and L4 calculation formula
PT-RQ13K / RZ12K / RS11K / RZ21K / RS20K
(Unit: m)
PT-DZ21K2 / DS20K2 / DW17K2 / DZ16K2 /
DZ21K / DS20K / DW17K / DZ16K
L2
= L1 + 0.029
= L1 + 0.029
L3
= L1 - 0.277
= L1 - 0.277
L4
= L1 - 1.002
= L1 - 1.007
Installation
After checking the height, width, and structure of the installation location while referring to “Standard installation
dimensions” on pages 5 to 11, determine the appropriate positions for setting up the screen and installing
the projector.
zzThe [GEOMETRY] function cannot be used when projecting images in the simultaneous format with a
PT-RQ13K series DLP™ Projector. When installing the unit on a PT-RQ13K series projector and projecting
images in the simultaneous format, obey the following to prevent distortion in the projected image.
- Use a flat screen.
- Install the projector so that the front side of the projector is parallel to the screen.
- Install the projector so that the image can be projected within the range of shift adjustment by moving the
lens position.
Setting up the screen
Set up the screen according to the specified method in a position which takes into account the projection distance
and angle and the type of screen being used.
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Installation (continued)
Screws tightening torques
M6..........................4±0.5 N•m
M10 and 3/8"..........20±1 N•m
zzUse a torque screwdriver or torque wrench to tighten screws and bolts to their specified tightening torques. Do
not use electric screwdrivers or impact screwdrivers.
Installing the bracket to the projector
Attach the projector mount bracket to the projector (sold separately).
“FRONT” inscription
Projector mount
bracket
1) Place the projector upside-down onto a piece of
soft material.
2) Firmly secure the projector mount bracket to the
bottom of the projector using the six supplied
captive washer hex head bolts (M6 × 30) as shown
in the figure on the left.
Attaching the wire rope to the projector
Attach the drop-prevention wire rope to the projector (sold separately).
1) Turn the adjustable feet (four) counterclockwise to
Adjustment feet (four)
remove it from the projector.
Attention
zzThe removed adjustable feet are necessary for
floor installations, so be sure to store them safely.
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Installation (continued)
2) As shown in the figure on the left, pass the
supplied hex head bolts with washers (M10 × 40)
through the rings in the supplied wire rope, and
secure the bolts to the threaded holes in which the
adjustable feet were previously attached.
Attention
Hex head bolt,
captive washer
(M10×40)
Wire rope
Ferrule
zzBe sure to use the supplied hex head bolts with
washers and wire rope.
zzSecure the supplied hex head bolts with washers
(M10 × 40) firmly.
zzStretch the wire ropes with the ferrules pointing
toward the outside of the projector.
zzFor information on how to join this product to the
ceiling mount bracket (for high ceilings or for low
ceilings) (separately sold) and how to attach the
wire rope in the ceiling, refer to the installation
instructions or other instructions supplied with the
ceiling mount bracket (for high ceilings or for low
ceilings).
Note
zzThe illustration shows an installation using the
ET-PKD520H ceiling bracket for high ceilings.
Specifications
External dimensions
Width: 350 mm (13-25/32")
Height: 52.5 mm (2-1/16")
Depth: 535 mm (21-1/16")
Weight
Approx. 4.1 kg (9.04 lbs.)
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