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Date
Revise Version
Description
2013.04.22
V1.0
Initial Issue
Copyright Apr. 2013 All Rights Reserved
1
Preface
This manual is applied to EIP-WSS3100 projection system. The manual gives
you a brief description of basic technical information to help in service and maintain the
product.
Your customers will appreciate the quick response time when you immediately identify
problems that occur with our products. We expect your customers will appreciate the
service that you offer them.
This manual is for technicians and people who have an electronic background. Please
send the product back to the distributor for repairing and do not attempt to do anything
that is complex or not mentioned in the troubleshooting.
Note: The information found in this manual is subject to change without prior notice. Any
subsequent changes made to the data herein will be incorporated in future edition.
EIP-WSS3100 Service Manual
Copyright Apr. 2013
All Rights Reserved
Manual Version 1.0
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Table of Content
Chapter 1
Introduction
Highlight
1-1
Compatible Mode
1-3
Chapter 2
Disassembly Process & Assembly Process
Equipment Needed &Product Overview��������������������������������������
2-1
Disassemble
D����������� Lamp
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Module and �����������������������������������������
Mesh Inlet�������������������������������
2-2
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Disassemble
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Top Cover Module�������������������������������������������������
2-3
Disassemble
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Transform B�����K������
Board&Keypad Board�������������������������8
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2-8
Disassemble
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Main Board�������������������������������������������������������������
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2-10
Disassemble
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Shielding and��������������������������������������������4
IO Cover Module
2-14
Disassemble
D����������� Lamp
L���� Driver
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Module�����
and L��������������������������������5
LVPS
2-15
Disassemble
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Speaker and AC�������
Inlet B�������������������������������������8
Bracket
2-18
Disassemble Engine Module�������������������������������������������������������9
2-19
Disassemble�
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DMD F��,����
Fan,SYS F����
FAN& Blower
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2-22
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Disassemble Bottom Module������������������������������������������������������6
2-26
Re-write Lamp Usage Hour
Repair Action
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III
Chapter 3
Troubleshooting
LED Lighting Message
3-1
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Main
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Procedure��������������������������������������������������������������������������
3-2
Chapter 4
3-6
Block Diagram
3-8
Function Test & Alignment Procedure
Chapter 5
Pin Assignment
Test Equipment Needed4-1
Test Condition
4-1
I/O Port Test
4-2
Run In Test
4-10
Test Inspection Procedure
4-11
ADC Calibration
4-12
Waveform Download
4-13
Fan Calibration
4-14
Network Function Test
4-15
Firmware Upgrade Scalar Firmware Upgrade���������������������������������������������������������
5��
5-1
Equipment
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Needed�������������������������������������������������������������������
5��
5-1
NET Framework 4.0 Setup Procedure
5-2
Firmware
F���������������������������������������������������������������������������
Upgrade Procedure��������������������������������������������������
5��
5-4
MCU
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Upgrade Procedure
5-6
5�6
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5-6
MCU
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Upgrade Procedure�����������������������������������������
5�7
5-7
Network Firmware Upgrade Procedure
5-11
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Chapter 6
Equipment
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Needed�������������������������������������������������������������������
5���
5-11
PC
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Hardware Link��������������������������������������������������������������������
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5���
5-12
EDID Upgrade
EDID Introduction6-1
Equipment Needed6-2
Setup Procedure
EDID Key-In Procedure
6-3
6-4
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Universal password
6-6
6�6
Appendix A
Explode Image
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RSPL
Instruction
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Appendix B
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Chapter 1
Introduction
1-1 Highlight
No
Item
Description
1
Technology
2
Dimension (W x D
x H)
3
Weight
● < 8.0kg
4
Power Supply
● Universal AC 100 – 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz with PFC input
5
Keystone Correction
● - Manual keystone
- H. Keystone: N/A
- V. Keystone -15~ +15 degrees
6
Resolution
1280X 800 (WXGA)
7
Throw ratio
0.35
8
Projection lens
● Fixed Lens(YM105), F# 2.6
Lamp life
● Normal mode: 3000 hours min, 50% survival rate
● Eco mode: 4000 hours min, 50% survival rate����������������������������������
9
One panel 0.65” WXGA DMD chip
● 357 (W) x 367 (D) x 135(H) mm (excluding foot)
● 357
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(W) x 367 (D) x 231(H)
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mm (including reflection mirror)
10
Video compatibility
● NTSC: M (3.58MHz), 4.43 MHz
● PAL: B, D, G, H, I, M, N,60
● SECAM: B, D, G, K, K1, L
● HDTV: 720p, 1080i,1080P
● EDTV: 480P,576P
● SDTV: 480i,576i
11
System Controller
● TI DDP4421
12
Color Wheel
● 44mm diameter, 6 segments, R78 Y44 G81 C34 W55
B68_URD20VA
●��������������
7200 rpm@CW 2X
��
13
Lamp
●� 280W
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Watt (Osram E20.9n)Lamp
14
Throw Distance
● 5�7mm –731mm±22
@87.2”(TR=0.35)
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Item
Description
15
LAN Module
With LAN
16
IR Camera
Interactive solution
Option,need an external IR Camera module.
17
Temperature
● 5 ~ 40°C
18
Altitude
19
Input Signal Spec.
20
21
Power
Consumption
Long cable
supportable
● 0 -- 2500 ft, 5 -- 40 °C
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2500 -- 5000 ft, 5 -- 35 °C
●����������������������������������������������
5000 -- 10000 ft, 5 -- 30 °C
● Hsync Frequency 30k-100kHz
● Vsync Frequency 50 ~ 120 Hz
● Graphic Signal (R/G/B/H/V)
- Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm, Separate TTL H,V Sync
● Video Signal
- Composite video 1Vp-p,75 ohm
- S-video Luminance 0.714Vp-p, 75 ohm
Chrominance 0.286Vp-p, 75 ohm
- Component video 1Vp-p, 75 ohm
● Normal mode: 350 W+/-10%@110VAC
● ECO mode: 290 W+/-10%@110VAC
● Standby< 0.5W@ VGA t, RS232 and LAN module disable
● VGA cable, 10M (R/G/B with impedance:75±10%, H/V with
impedance:50±10%)
● HDMI cable: 10M (with certification)
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1-2 Compatible Mode
VGA Analog
(1) PC Signal
Compatibility
Resolution
V-Sync [Hz]
H-Sync [KHz]
640x480
60
31.5
640x480
67
35.0
640x480
72
37.9
640x480
75
37.5
640x480
85
43.3
640x480
120
61.9
720x400
70
31.5
800x600
56
35.1
800x600
60
37.9
800x600
72
48.1
800x600
75
46.9
800x600
85
53.7
800x600
120
77.4
832x624
75
49.1
1024x768
60
48.4
1024x768
70
56.5
1024x768
75
60.0
1024x768
85
68.7
1024x768
120
99.0
1152x870
75
68.7
1280x1024
60
64.0
1280x1024
72
77.0
1280x1024
75
80.0
1280x960
60
60.0
1280x960
75
75.2
SXGA+
1400x1050
60
65.3
UXGA
1600x1200
60
75.0
1280x720
60
44.8
VGA
IBM
SVGA
Apple,Mac II
XGA
Apple,Mac II
SXGA
QuadVGA
(2) Extended Wide timing
WXGA
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Compatibility
Resolution
V-Sync [Hz]
H-Sync [KHz]
1280x720
60
44.8
1280x800
60
49.6
1366x768
60
47.7
1440x900
60
59.9
1680x1050
60
65.3
480i
720x480(1440x480)
59.94(29.97)
15.7
576i
720x576(1440x576)
50(25)
15.6
480p
720x480
59.94
31.5
576p
720x576
50
31.3
1280x720
60
45.0
1280x720
50
37.5
1920x1080
60(30)
33.8
1920x1080
50(25)
28.1
1920x1080
23.98/24
27.0
1920x1080
60
67.5
1920x1080
50
56.3
WXGA
WSXGA+
(3) Component Signal
720p
1080i
1080p
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HDMI Digital
(1) PC Signal
Compatibility
Resolution
V-Sync [Hz]
H-Sync [KHz]
640x480
60
31.5
640x480
67
35.0
640x480
72
37.9
640x480
75
37.5
640x480
85
43.3
640x480
120
61.9
720x400
70
31.5
800x600
56
35.1
800x600
60
37.9
800x600
72
48.1
800x600
75
46.9
800x600
85
53.7
800x600
120
77.4
832x624
75
49.1
1024x768
60
48.4
1024x768
72
56.5
1024x768
75
60.0
1024x768
85
68.7
1024x768
120
99.0
1152x870
75
68.7
1280x1024
60
64.0
1280x1024
72
77.0
1280x1024
75
80.0
1280x960
60
60.0
1280x960
75
75.2
SXGA+
1400x1050
60
65.3
UXGA
1600x1200
60
75.0
VGA
IBM
SVGA
Apple,Mac II
XGA
Apple,Mac II
SXGA
QuadVGA
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Compatibility
Resolution
V-Sync [Hz]
H-Sync [KHz]
1280x720
60
44.8
1280x800
60
49.6
1366x768
60
47.7
1440x900
60
59.9
1680x1050
60
65.3
640x480p
640x480
59.94/60
31.5
480i
720x480(1440x480)
59.94(29.97)
15.7
480p
720x480
59.94
31.5
576i
720x576(1440x576)
50(25)
15.6
480p
720x480
59.94
31.5
576p
720x576
50
31.3
720p
1280x720
60
45.0
720p
1280x720
50
37.5
1920x1080
60(30)
33.8
1920x1080
50(25)
28.1
1920x1080
23.98/24
27.0
1920x1080
60
67.5
1920x1080
50
56.3
WXGA
WSXGA+
(3) HDMI-Video Signal
1080i
1080p
(4) HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D timing- Video Signal
Frame Packing
Side-by-Side
Top-and-Bottom
720p
50
720p
59.94/60
1080p
23.98/24
1080i
50
1080i
59.94/60
720p
50
720p
59.94/60
1080p
23.98/24
Note: If the Computer Compatibility supportive signal is different from User's Manual, please refer to User's Manual.
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Chapter 2
Disassembly Process
2-1 Equipment Needed & Product Overview
1. Projector
2. Hex Sleeves 7mm
3. Long Nose Nipper
4. Screw Bit (+) :105
5. Screw Bit (+) :107
6. Screw Bit (-) :107
7. Hex Sleeves 5 mm
8. + NO.0 Screwdriver
* Before you start: This process is protective level II. Operators should wear electrostatic chains.
Please place the protective cover or protective plastic on the lens and mirror
for prevent scratched.
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2-2 Disassemble Lamp
Module and Mesh Inlet
1. Loosen 2 screws (as red circle) on the
Lamp Cover.
2. Separate the Lamp cover and Lamp cover
strap(as green square).
LAMP COVER
3. Loosen 2 screws (as yellow circle) on
the Lamp Module.
4.Take off the Lamp Module.
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5. Remove the two mesh inlets.
BACK MESH INLET
SIDE MESH INLET
2-3 Disassemble Top Cover
Module
1. Push (A) part and pull the (B) part of the
corner cover at the same time to remove it.
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2. Unscrew 2 screws(as red circle).
3. Disassemble the Bottom Cap(as green
square).
4. Unscrew 2 screws(as yellow circle).
5. Remove the front mirror cover module.
FRONT MIRROR COVER MODULE
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6. Remove the rear mirror cover.
REAR MIRROR COVER
7. Unscrew 2 screws(as green circle)
to remove wireless top cover.
WIRELESS TOP COVER
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8. Unscrew 2 screws(as yellow circles)
to disassemble Lan Board.
LAN BOARD
9. Uscrew 2 screws (as red circle).
10.Unscrew 2 screws (as green circle).
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10. Unscrew 3 screws (as blue circle).
11.Unscrew 3 screws (as yellow circle).
12.Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle).
14.- Pull upward the Top Cover Module
- Unplug 1 connector (as blue square)
- Unplug 1 connector (as green square)
- Remove the Top Cover Module.
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15.Unscrew 2 screws (as red circles) to
disassemble IR Camera Transform Board.
IR Camera Transform Board
16.Tear off the Keypad mylar and Sponge
(as yellow square).
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17.Unscrew 4 screws (as red circles) to
disassemble keypad board .
18.Separate the keypad button and keypad
board and FPC cable.
Keypad Board
Keypad Button
TOP COVER
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2-4 Disassemble Main Board
1.Unscrew 11 screws (as red circles) to
disassemble the main board shielding .
2.Unscrew 6 screws (as green circles) .
3. Unscrew 8 hex screws (as blue circles)
and 4 screws (as yellow circles).
4. Tear off the tape (as red squares).
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5. Unplug 10 connectors (as yellow square).
6.Unplug 1 connector (as green square)
of Color Wheel.
A
B C
D
Item
Male Connector
on Main Board
The key feature
A
IR Camera Transform
Board
Compose of Red/White/Black/
Green wire (4 pin)
B
Blower FAN
Compose of Red/Yellow/
Blackwire (3 pin)
C
DMD FAN
Compose of Red/White/Blackwire (3 pin)
D
SYS FAN
Compose of Red/Blue/Black
Wire(3 pin)
E
F G
H
I J
Figure
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E
Photo Sensor
Compose of Red/Black/White
Wire(3 pin)
F
Lamp Driver
Black wire tube (5 pin)
G
LVPS to Main Board
cable
Black wire tube (16 pin)
H
Thermal sensor
Compose of Red/Black/White/
Blue(4pin)
I
Front IR
Compose of Red/Black/White
Wire(3 pin)
J
Speaker
Compose of Black/Red wire
and Black wire tube (2 pin)
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8.- Disassemble MB Module.
- Unscrew 2 screws to separate the
daughter board and main board
(as green circles)
9.Unscrew 2 screws(as red circles).
Daughter board
Main board
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2-5 Disassemble Shielding
and IO Cover Module
1. - Plug the IO cover Module from bottom
cover.
- Separate the lan cover from the IO
cover.
IO Cover
Lan Board Cover
2. Unscrew 5 screws (as green circles) to
disassemble the Shielding.
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2-6 Disassemble Lamp Driver
Module and LVPS
1. Unscrew 4 screws (as red circles) to
disassemble the Lamp Driver Module.
Note:1. When assemble ,please arrange the
Interlock switch and lamp cable to
the notch (as blue square).
2. When assemble ,please arrange
16Pin cable and 5Pin cable to the
Shileding notch(as yellow square).
2. Unplug the connector to disassemble
the lamp driver.
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3. Unscrew 1 screw (as green circle) to
disassemble the thermal sensor board.
Thermal sensor board
4. Unplug 1 connector (as �������������
blue���������
square).
5.Separate Lamp Driver from Lamp Driver
Shielding.
Lamp Driver
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6. Unplug 5 connectors (as green squares).
7. Unscrew 4 screws (as yellow circles)
disassemble LVPS.
LVPS
8. Take off Mylar(as yellow square).
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2-7 Disassemble Speaker and
AC Inlet Bracket
1. Tear off the mylar (as blue square) and
unscrew 3 screws(as red circles) to
remove the right speaker module.
2. Unscrew 4 screws(as yellow circles)
to remove the speaker and tear off the
sponge(as yellow square).
3. Disassemble Speaker.
Speaker
4. Unscrew 3 screws(as yellowe circles)
to disassemble AC Inlet Bracket .
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2-8 Disassemble Engine
Module
1. Unscrew 5 screws(as red circles) to
remove the Engine Module.
2.- Tear off the EMI tape and EMI gasket (as
green square) .
- Unscrew 3 screws(as blue circles) to
disassemble the focus ring from the
engine module.
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3. Unscrew 2 screws(as red circle)
to remove C/W module.
4. Unscrew 1 screw (as blue circle) to
separate C/W module and photo sensor
board.
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5.Unscrew 3 screws(as blue circle)
to disassemble focus ring.
6.Tear off the tape (as blue square) and
disassemble front IR sensor board.
The engine module disassembly process is
completed.
IR sensor board
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2-9 Disassemble DMD FAN
,SYS FAN and Blower FAN
1. Unscrew 2 screws(as red circles) and
remove the DMD FAN Module.
2.Separate the Bracket and FAN.
DMD FAN
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3. Unscrew 4 screws(as yellow circles)
to disassemble SYS FAN.
Note: SYS Fan Rubber card completely
into the wind guide tube
(as blue square).
4. Turn over the fan module and unscrew
1 screw(as red circle) to disassemble
the thermal switch.
Thermal switch
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5. Unscrew 1 screw(as red circle) to
disassemble the Interlock switch.
Interlock switch
6. Unscrew 4 screws(as green circles)
to disassemble the SYS FAN.
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SYS FAN
7. Unscrew 3 screws(as yellow circles)
to disassemble the Blower FAN.
8. Separate the Blower and Blower Rubber.
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2-10 Disassemble Bottom
Module
1. Unscrew 4 screws(as red circles)
to remove the Lamp holder rail.
2.Unscrew 6 screws(as green circles)
to remove the Bottom Shielding.
3.Unscrew 4 screws(as blue circles)
to disassemble the side mesh frame and
back mesh frame.
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5. Tear off the Speaker Mylar
(as green square).
6.Pull out the Security Bar.
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2-11 Re-write Lamp Usage Hour
1. Get into Service Mode
Press “Power”, “Left”, “Right” and “Menu”
buttons sequentially .
2.Select "Lamp Fail" to get into the hidden
menu.
3. Re-write Lamp Hour-Full
- Select "Lamp Hour-Full" and use "left"
and "right" key to re-write "Full Hours".
4. Re-write Lamp Hour-Eco
- Select "Lamp Hour-Eco" and use
"left" and "right" key to re-write
"Eco Hours".
5. Re-write Operating Hours
- Select "Operating Hour" and use "left"
and "right" key to re-write "Operating
Hours".
6. Exit Service Mode
- Use "Up" or "Down" key to select "Exit",
press "Enter" to exit the Service Mode.
Note: Left key = decrease Lamp/Projection hour
Right key = increase Lamp/Projection hour
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2-12 Repair Action
Change parts
Repair action
Main
Board
Engine Lamp
Module Driver
F-type
Fan
Software
Color
Wheel
Firmware
Firmware Update
v
Color Wheel Index
v
OSD Reset
v
EDID
v
Chapter 6
Re-write Lamp
Hours Usage
v
Chapter 2-11
Fan Calibration
v
ADC Calibration
v
Optical
Performance
Measure
Waveform
Download
v
Description page
v
Chapter 4-3-1.7
v
v
Chapter 5
Chapter 4-5.2
v
Chapter 4-8
v
Chapter 4-6
v
Chapter 4-3-1.8
v
Chapter4-7
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Chapter 3
Troubleshooting
3-1 LED Lighting Message
Message
LAMP(Red)
TEMP(Red)
Power LED
(Red)
Flash ON to OFF
100ms
Power Plug
Flash ON to OFF
100ms
(Green)
Flash ON to OFF
100ms
Standby
Power button ON
0.5 second(ON)
0.5 second(OFF)
flashing
Cooling state
Power button OFF:Cooling
completed;Standby Mode
Firmware Download
Thermal Switch error(Lamp
OverTemperature),OSD
shows”Projector Overheated”
Thermal sensor error(System Over
Temperature),OSD shows”Projector
Overheated”
Fan lock error OSD shows red”Fan
Fail,Will automatically turn off
soon”
0.5 second(ON)
0.5 second(OFF)
flashing
Lamp error(Lamp,ballast)
Color Wheel fail
Photo sensor fail
Steady light
0.5 second(OFF)
flashing
No light
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3-2 Main Procedure
No
Symptom
Procedure
- Ensure the Power Cord and AC Power Outlet are securely
connected
1
No Power
- Check Lamp Cover ,Interlock Switch
- Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken
- Check LVPS
- Check Main BD
- Check LED status
a. Lamp Fail: Power LED (lights blue);
Lamp LED (lights red)
- Check Lamp
- Check Lamp Driver
- Check Main Board
- Check Color Wheel
- Check Photo Sensor
2
Auto Shut Down
b. Over Temp.:Power LED (lights blue);
Temp LED (lights red)
- Check Fan
- Check Main Board
- Check Thermal Switch
c. Fan Fail: Power LED (lights blue);
Temp LED (Flashes red)
- Check Fan
- Check Main Board
- Check whether have executed Factory Fan RPM
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No
Symptom
Procedure
- Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken
- Check Lamp Module
- Check Lamp Driver
3
No Light On
- Check LVPS
- Check Main Board
- Check Color Wheel Module
- Check Photo Sensor Board
- Ensure the Signal Cable and Source work
(If you connect multiple sources at the same time, use the
"Source" button switch)
4
No Image
- Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken
- Check Main Board
- Check Color Wheel Module
- Check Engine Module
5
Mechanical Noise
- Check Fan Module
- Check Color Wheel Module
- Check whether the Main Board and Engine module are
assembled properly
6
Line Bar/Line Defect
- Check Main Board
- Check Engine
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No
Symptom
Procedure
- Do “Reset (All data)” of the OSD Menu
- Ensure that the signal cables and source are work as well
- Check Lamp Driver and execute waveform download
7
Image Flicker
- Check Lamp Module
- Check Color Wheel
- Check Photo Sensor and clean Photo Sensor
- Check Engine module
- Check Main Board
- Do “Reset (All data)” of the OSD Menu
- Adjust Color Wheel Index
8
Color Abnormal
- Check Main Board
- Check Engine module
- Check Color Wheel
- Ensure the projection screen without dirt
9
Poor Uniformity/
Shadow
- Ensure the projection lens is clean
- Ensure the Brightness is within spec.
- Check Engine Module
- Ensure the projection screen without dirt
10
Dead Pixel/Dust
(Out of spec.)
- Ensure the projection lens is clean
- Check Engine Module
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No
Symptom
Procedure
- Ensure that the signal cables and source work as well
11
Garbage Image
- Check Main Board
- Check Engine module
- Remote Control
a. Check Battery
b. Check Remote Controller
12
Remote
Controller/Control
Panel Failed
c. Check IR Sensor Board
d. Check Main Board
- Control Panel
a. Check FPC
b. Check Keypad
c. Check Main Board
- Do “Reset (All data)” of the OSD Menu
13
Function Abnormal
- Check Main Board
- Check Engine module
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3-3 Pin Assignment
J1: 16 Pin_POWER
PIN
Description
Voltage(V)
1
PS_ON_LVPS
5V±5%
2
GND
0
3
GND
0
4
GND
0
5
+5VSBY_LVPS
5V±5%
6
+12V_LVPS
12V±5%
7
+12V_LVPS
12V±5%
8
+12V_LVPS
12V±5%
9
+12V_LVPS
12V±5%
10
+12V_LVPS
12V±5%
11
+12V_LVPS
12V±5%
12
GND
0
13
GND
0
14
GND
0
15
GND
0
16
GND
0
J1
Pin9
Pin16 Pin1
J8
J8: Blower Fan
PIN
Description
Voltage(V)
1
FAN3_1
Pre-cooling mode :8V±5%
25 °C Full power mode :6.5V ±5%
25 °C Eco mode : 5V ±5%
40 °C Full power mode : 8V ±5%
40 °C Eco mode : 6.5V ±5%
ED Mode (30% lamp power)3.5V ±5%
2
FAN3_2
High (3.3V)
3
FAN3_3
0
Pin3
Description
Voltage(V)
1
LAMPLIT_IN
high (5V)
2
GND
0
3
P5V_LAMP_DRV
5V±5%
4
LAMPEN_OUT
high (5V)
5
LAMP_TXD31
high (5V)
Pin1
J19
J19: Ballast
PIN
Pin8
Pin5
Pin1
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J6: System Fan
PIN
Description
Voltage(V)
1
FAN1_1
2
FAN1_2
Normal Mode:Low
Error Mode:High
3
FAN1_3
0
Pre-cooling mode : 12V ±5%
25°C Full power mode : 6.5V ±5%
25°C Eco mode : 5.5V ±5%
40°C Full power mode : 12V ±5%
40°C Eco mode : 11V ±5%
ED Mode (30% lamp power):5V±5%
Pin3
Pin1
J4: Thermal sensor
PIN
Description
Voltage(V)
1
TS_BD_VCC
3.3V±5%
2
TS_BD_GND
0
3
TS_BD_SDA
high (3.3V)
4
TS_BD_SCL
high (3.3V)
Pin4
Pin1
J20: Photo sensor
PIN
Description
Voltage(V)
1
PHOTO_1
5V±5%
2
PHOTO_2
0.9V±5%
3
PHOTO_3_GND
0
Pin3
Pin1
J5: Front IR
PIN
Description
Voltage(V)
1
IR_F_VCC
5V±5%
2
IR_F_GND
0
3
IR_F
high (5V)
J10: DMD FAN
PIN
Description
Voltage(V)
1
FAN3_1
Pre-cooling mode :12V±5%
25 °C Full power mode :5.5V ±5%
25 °C Eco mode : 5.5V ±5%
40 °C Full power mode : 12V ±5%
40 °C Eco mode : 11V ±5%
ED Mode (30% lamp power)5.5V ±5%
2
FAN3_2
Normal Mode:PWM Signal-High (3.3V)
Error Mode:High (3.3V)
3
FAN3_3
0
Pin3
Pin1
Pin3
Pin1
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3-4 Block Diagram
Appendix B:
HDMI
Input
HDMI Port
S-Video
Audio
Input
Audio In
RCA Red &
White
(for S-Video)
CVBS
Audio
Input
Audio In
RCA Red &
White
(for CVBS)
VGA1&2
Audio
input
Audio In
Audio Jack X2
( For VGA 1 & 2)
Audio
output
Audio Out
Port
EE block diagram
HDMI
Receiver
Main Board
64M bits
Flash
XTAL
20MHz
MUX &
Volume
Control
MBRST 0~15
0.65 WXGA
/0.55 XGA
S450 DMD
SPI_0
CVBS
Input
PORT-1
16 pairs LVDS
Image Processor
DDP4421
MINI DINE
CW_Index
RCA Yellow
VGA 1
Input
VGA 1 Port
VGA
Output
VGA OUT
P5V
P2P5V
P3P3
P1P8V
P1P1V
ADC&Video
Decoder
AFE1000
PMD1000
USB I/O
Motor Drive
Front IR BD
IR
VGA 2
Input
VGA 2 Port
USB
Input
Mini USB
Port
PWM
For Download
UART
Daughter BD
RS232
UART
FAN
Driver
SW
LAN BD
PIC
24FJ64GB106
Lamp
Driver
FAN
I2C
RS232
Transceivers
SW
Lamp
Keypad BD
Top IR
DC 12V
RS232
SW
DAD2000
Audio
Amplifier
Speaker
10W
S-Video
Input
DMD Board
DC to DC
Conveter
Thermal
Sensor BD
DC 385V
DC +5VSBY
AC to DC Power
Module (LVPS)
Power
AC 90~240V
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Chapter 4
Function Test & Alignment Procedure
4-1 Test Equipment Needed
- PC with HDTV resolution
- DVD player with Multi-system, equipped “Composite”, “S-Video”
- HDTV Source (720P,1080P,1080i)
- CL100
- Quantum Data 802BT or CHROMA2327 (Color Video Signal & Pattern Generator)
4-2 Test Condition
- Circumstance brightness: Dark room less than 2 lux.
- Product must be warmed up for 5 minutes.
- Screen size: 87.2 inches diagonal
Zone Definition
< Figure: Zone A(as green line) Definition >
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4-3-1 VGA Port Test
Note: Native resolution of test signal is 1280x800@60HZ,
1. Frequency and tracking boundary
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 1280 x 800@60Hz
- Test Pattern: General-1
- Check and see if the image sharpness is well
performed.
- If not, re-adjust by the following steps:
(1) Select “Frequency” function to adjust the
total pixel number of pixel clock in one line
period.
(2) Select “Tracking” function and use right or left
arrow key to adjust the value to minimize
General-1
video flicker.
- Adjust Resync or Frequency/Tracking/H.
Position/V. Position to the inner screen.
Inspection item
- Eliminate visual wavy noise by Resync,
Frequency or Tracking selection.
- Check if there is noise on the screen.
- Horizontal and vertical position of the video
should
be adjustable to the screen frame.
Criteria
- If there is noise on the screen, the product is
considered as failure product.
- If there is noise on the screen, use auto or
manual “frequency” function or “tracking” function
to adjust the screen.
- The PC mode functionally sure be workable include
support format with frequency and auto detected
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2. Bright Pixel
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 1280 x 800@60Hz
- Test Pattern: gray 10
Inspection item
- Bright pixel check.
Criteria
- Please refer to Pixel specification table.
Gray 10
3. Dark Pixel
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 1280 x 800@60Hz
- Test Pattern: white pattern
Inspection item
- Dead pixels check.
Criteria
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Please refer to Pixel specification table.�
4. Bright Blemish
White Pattern
Procedure
- Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 1280 x 800@60Hz
- Test Pattern: gray
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10
Inspection item
- Bright blemish check.
Criteria
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Please refer to Pixel specification table.
5. Dark Blemish
Procedure
Gray 10
- Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 1280 x 800@60Hz
- Test Pattern: blue
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60
Inspection item
- Dark blemish check
Criteria
- ������������������������������������������
Please refer to Pixel specification table.
Blue 60
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SEQ #
TEST
SCREEN
ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
1
Dark Blemish
Blue 60
1. ≤4 visible dark blemishes are allowed in the active area
2. The size: ≤ 55.4 mm @87.2
2
Bright Blemish
Gray 10
1.≤ 4 visible light blemishes are allowed in the active area
2. The size: ≤ 55.4 mm @87.2
3
Reset Boundary
Artifact
Gray 30
1. No reset boundary artifacts allowed
4
Eyecatchers
Border Artifacts
Black
1. Eyecatcher and border artifacts are allowed
5
Projected Images
1. Any screen
2. Gray 10
3. Any screen
4. Gray 10
5. White
6. Any screen
7. Black or White
1. No adjacent pixels
2. No bright pixels in active area
3. No unstable pixels in active area
4. ≤ 1 bright pixel in the POM
5. ≤ 6 dark pixels in the active area
6. No DMD window aperture shadowing on the active area
7. Βlemishes are allowed
6. Focus Test
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 1280 x 800@60Hz
- Test Pattern: full screen
Inspection item
- Focus check
Criteria
-From screen 655mm via visual to check focus,
look at the entire screen, focus shall be clear,
crisp, and sharp over the entire surface of
Full screen
the display pattern. (Blur word on one of the
corner after adjustment is acceptable. However,
the word should at least be recognizable.)
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7. Color Performance
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: 1024 x 768@60Hz, 1080i
- Test Pattern: 64 gray RGBW
* Please Use 1024����������������������������
x 768����������������������
@60Hz signal & 64 gray
RGBW pattern to do color performance test.
Color can not discolor to purple and blue.
Inspection item
- Check if each color level is well-functioned.
- Color saturation
Criteria
- Screen appears normal. It should not have any
abnormal condition, such as lines appear on the
screen and so on.
- Color appears normal.
- It is unacceptable to have few lines flashing.
- RGBW should all appear normal on the screen
64 gray RGBW
and sort from R -G-B-W.
- Color levels should be sufficient and normal.
(The unidentified color levels on both left and right
sides should not over 8 color levels.)
- Gray level should not have abnormal color or
heavy lines.
- If color appears abnormal, please get into service
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8. Optical Performance
Inspection Condition
- Environment luminance: 2 Lux
- Product must be warmed up for 5 minutes
- Distances from the screen: 200mm~250 mm
- Screen Size: 87.2 inches diagonal
1). Test equipment
Procedure - Connect VGA IN port of Projector with VGA port
of Chroma by VGA cable, press “Menu” button,
get into OSD mode, the settings are as below:
- “Display mode” is “Bright”, “Lamp Mode” is
“Standard“ ,the “Format” is “16:10”,
2). Brightness
Procedure - Full white pattern
- Use CL100 to measure brightness values of
P1~P9.
- Follow the brightness formula to calculate
brightness values.
☼ Brightness Formula
Avg. (P1~P9)*2.20m2
Criteria
• 1370 ANSI lumen
Full white pattern
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3). Full On/Full Off Contrast
Procedure
- Full white pattern & Full black pattern
-U
se C100 to measure brightness values of full
white pattern P5 & full black pattern B5 ( see
image: full white)
- Follow Contrast formula to calculate contrast
values.
☼ Contrast Formula
P5/B5
Note: P
5 = Lux of center in full white pattern
Criteria
Full black pattern
B5 = Lux of center in full black pattern
• 1600:1
4). Uniformity
Procedure
- Full white pattern
-U
se CL100 to measure brightness values of
P1~P9 (see image: full white).
- Follow the Uniformity formula to calculate
average values.
☼ Uniformity Formula
JBMA Uniformity = Avg. (P1, P3, P7, P9) /
P5 *100%
Criteria
• 65%
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4-3-2 Video Port Test
Procedure
- Test equipment: DVD Player
- Test signal: video
Inspection item - Video performance test
Inspection Distance - 200mm~250 mm
Criteria
- Check any abnormal color, line distortion or any
noise on the screen.
- Check the sound from speaker.
4-3-3 S-Video Port Test
Procedure
- Test equipment: DVD player
- Test signal: S-Video
Inspection item
- Video performance test
Inspection Distance
- 200mm~250 mm
Criteria
- Check any abnormal color, line distortion or any
noise on the screen.
- Check the sound from speaker.
4-3-4 HDMI Port Test
Procedure
- Test equipment: DVD Player with HDMI output.
- Test signal: 720p, 1080p, 1080i
Inspection item
- HDMI performance test.
Inspection Distance
- 200mm~250 mm
Criteria
- Ensure the image is well performed and the color
can not discolor.
- Check whether “mute” is normal.
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4-3-5 3D Test
Procedure
- Test equipment:
Blue-Ray DVD player & 3D format CD
- Test signal: 1080i @60Hz
Inspection item - 3D test
Inspection Distance - 3~5 M
Criteria
- The image should not appear noise, flicker,
shadow, shocking, abnormal color.
4-3-6 Audio Test
Procedure
Inspection item
- Test equipment: DVD Player.
- Test signal: CVBS
- Audio performance test
Inspection Distance - 200mm~250 mm
Criteria
- Check the sound from speaker
- Plug Audio cable into Audio in port, check
whether “Volume” is normal.
Motion video
- Plug Audio cable into Audio Out port, check
whether the outboard speaker’s “Volume” is
normal.
- Adjust the volume to “0→ 32” by using the
remote controller.
- Check the sound from speaker
- Check whether the “mute” is normal.
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4-4 Run In Test
- Temperature: 15°C~35°C
- Circumstance brightness: Normal environment
- Screen size: No concern
- Display mode: ECO mode
After repairing each unit, a Run-in test is necessary (refer to the below table).
Symptom
Normal repair
NFF
Auto shutdown
Run-in Time
2 hours
4 hours
6 hours
- Get into Burn-In Mode
* Cycle setting is based on the defect symptoms. ie: If it is NFF, the run-in time is 4 hours. You have
to set the lamp on for 50 min. and lamp off for 10 min for 4 cycles.
Press power > Left > Right > Menu buttons sequentially to get into service mode
Choose Burn-In Test > enter
Lamp On
Press right key to adjust the time (50)
Lamp Off
Press right key to adjust the time (10)
Set burn in cycle
Press right key to adjust the cycle
After setting up the time, choose “Get into Burn-In Mode” and press enter
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4-5 Test Inspection Procedure
1. Check Points
Check item
Check point
Firmware version
All firmware version must be the latest version
TB implementation
Related TB must be implement
Cosmetic
Cosmetic can not be broken
Logo
Missing logo, missing prints and blurry prints are
unacceptable
Lamp cover
It should be locked in the correct place.
Zoom in/out
The function should work smoothly
Keypad
All keypad buttons must operate smoothly
2. OSD Reset
After final QC step, we have to erase all saved change again and restore the OSD
default setting. The following actions will allow you to erase all end-users' settings and
restore the default setting:
(1) Please enter OSD menu.
(2) Choose "Setting" and execute "Reset" function
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4-6 ADC Calibration
Note: After replacing main board or upgrading firmware, the ADC calibration
should be done.
Procedure
- Test equipment: video generator
(1) Test signal: 1280 x 800@60Hz
(2) Test Pattern: White (up) Black (down)
- Note:
(1) Calibration pattern should be in full screen mode.
(2) Please get into service mode,and choose
(240/255) white/
(15/255) Black
“ADC Calibration”.
Inspection item
- Check if there is lines or noise on the screen.
- Horizontal and vertical position of the video should
be adjustable to the screen frame.
Criteria
- If there is noise on the screen, the product is
considered as failure product.
- The screen appears normal, it shouldn’t appear
any abnormal condition, such as lines and so on.
- Check if the projection is same as monitor diplayed.
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4-7 Waveform download
After replacing Lamp driver, the “waveform download”
is needed .
1. Hold on “Power” and “Menu“ button and plug in the
power cord.
2. The “Power LED” will flash red about 2s, then release
the “Power” and “Menu“ button.
3. Press “Power” button when the “Power LED” flash
red and blue alternately.
4. The “Power LED” will light blue about 5s, then it will light
red(Note: If the power LED solid blue or the lamp LED
light, please repeat the step 1-3 ).
5.The waveform download is finished.
6. Pull out the power cord.
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4-8 Fan Calibration
After replacing main board or the F-type Fan and upgrading
the firmware, please follow steps as below:
1. Hold on “Menu“ button and plug in the power cord.
2. The “Power LED” will flash blue about 2s and release the
“Menu” button at the same time.
3. The “Power LED“ light blue, and the projector will power
on. After the logo disappeared, the message
“Fan Information” will be shown on the screen
(as picture “A” shown).
4. After 70 seconds,Please check value.
Note:
- If the Factory Fan RPM Value doesn’t meet the above
range,please repeat the step again.
- Make sure the value of “Factory RPM” is 2080~3860.
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4-9 Network Function Test
1. Projector Setting
(1) Power on projector.
(2) Press “Menu” to get into OSD Mode.
(3) Select “LAN”
(4) Record projector IP which you set in last step.
(5) Connect projector with PC by LAN cable.
2. PC Setting
(1). Double click the "Local area connection".
- Click "Properties".
(2). Select "Internet protocol (TCP/IP)".
- Click "Properties".
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(3). Modify the IP address to 192.168.10.101
(as red square). Note: The HOST ID (192.168.10.XXX) of PC ,
IP address must be different from the
projector IP address recorded down
- Click "OK".
(4). Click "Close" to exit the setting screen.
3. Test Procedure
(1). Execute "Internet Explorer".
(2). Visit the IP address: “http://192.168.10.100/”.
- Projector information will be shown on the
screen.
- Please check whether web management, FW
version and model name are right.
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Chapter 5
Firmware Upgrade
Section 1: Scalar Firmware Upgrade
5-1-1 Equipment Needed
Software: (DDP 442X-USB)
- DDP 442X Firmware Downloader.exe
- Firmware (*.img)
- NET Framework 4.0
Hardware:
- Projector
- Power Cord
- Mini USB Cable: (USB Cable mini USB to USB (A))
- PC or Laptop
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5-1-2 NET Framework 4.0
Setup Procedure
1. Choose "dotNetFX40_Full_X86_X64
Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 Microsoft
Corporation" Program.
2. Click "Run".
3.Preparing
4. Read "License terms".
-C
hoose "I have read and accept the
license terms".
- Click "Install".
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5.Installing
6. Click "Finish".
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5-1-3 Firmware Upgrade
Procedure
1. Download the firmware from website, unzip the
firmare file , then unzip the "DDP442X Firmware
Downloader_1_0_0_1.zip" file.
2. Execute “DDP442X Firmware Downloader.exe”
3. Click "Browse" to choose the firmware ,then click
"Open".
4. Connect projector and computer by USB
cable (USB A to mini USB B).
Power cord
USB cable
5. Get into firmware download mode.
- Hold on "MENU" button and plug in the
power cord.
- Release the "MENU" button until all LEDs
solid on.
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6. The “Projector found” will appear, then click
“Down Load Image”.
7. The firmware will be upgraded automatically .
8. Finish.
"Download Complete" will appear, click "OK".
9. Check the Scalar firmware version.
- Unplug the power cord and USB cable, then
re-plug the power cord to power on the
projector .
- Press "power->left->right->menu" sequentially
to get into service mode to check Scalar
firmware version.
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Section 2: PIC Firmware Upgrade Procedure
5-2-1 Equipment Needed
Software:
- RS232.EXE
- xxx_xxx_xxx.hex
Hardware:
- Projector
- Power Cord
- RS232 Cable : (RS-232 9 Pin Cable (pin to pin, F-F))
- PC or Laptop
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5-2-2 MCU Firmware Upgrade
Procedure
1. Set up
-C
onnect projector with RS232 cable to PC.
- Hold on "MENU" button and plug in the
power cord.
- Release the "MENU" button until all LEDs
solid on.
2. Download the firmware file from website, then
unzip the firmware file, and unzip the
“RS232.zip”.
3. Execute “RS232.exe” program.
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4. Program settings
- Make sure the settings are as below:
1) PORT: Check the COM port is “COM 3”
(Select the COM port which you are
using).
2) Baudrate : Please set to 19200
3) Program : Please set to “NON-ECHO”.
5. Click the “Load” button to choose the
firmware file.
6. Click the “Rescue Program” button.
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7. Click the “OK” to start firmware upgrading.
8. The firmware will be upgraded automatically.
9. Finish.
- Click "OK".
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10. Check the MCU firmware version.
- Unplug the power cord and USB cable, then
re-plug the power cord to power on the projector .
- Press "power->left->right->menu" sequentially
to get into service mode to check MCU firmware
version.
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Section 3: Network Firmware Upgrade Procedure
5-3-1 Equipment Needed
Software:
- xxx_xxx_xxx.bin (*.bin)
Hardware:
- Projector
- Power
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Cord
- LAN Cable
- PC or
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Laptop
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5-3-2 PC Hardware Link
1. Execute Network Settings, please refer
to 4-7 details of Chapter 4.
2. Enter into OSD menu.,then select
"Setting"-->LAN/Wireless(Standby),choose
"Off" to "On",then turn off the projector.
3. Double click "Internet Explorer".
4. - Visit "http://192.168.10.100/
firmwareUpdate.htm" to get into web to
to upgrade network firmware.
- Click "Update"
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5. Please wait for 3 seconds.
6. - Click “Browse” button to select the
Network FW file (*.bin) which you saved.
- Click “Open”.
7. Click the “Update” button.
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8. Click the “Re login” button.
9. Firmware upgrade procedure complete.
Visit "http://192.168.10.100/
firmwareUpdate.htm" to check the version.
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Chapter 6
EDID Upgrade
6-1 EDID Introduction
Extended Display Identification Data is a VESA standard data format that contains basic
information about a display device and its capabilities, including vendor information, maximum
image size, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, frequency range limits, and character
strings for the monitor name and serial number.
The information is stored in the display and is used to communicate with the system through a
Display Data Channel (DDC), which sites between the display device and the PC graphics adapter.
The system uses this information for configuration purposes, so the monitor and system can work
together.
Note: If a display device has digital input ports, like DVI or HDMI, but without EDID in its
main board, the display device will show no image while the input source is digital
signal.
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6-2 Equipment Needed
Software
- EDID Program (Generic V0.91)
- EDID File (*.ini)
Hardware
- Projector
- Generic Fixture for EDID Key-in
- Power Cord
- RS-232 9 Pin Cable (pin to pin, F-M)
- Monitor
- PC
- VGA cable
- Power adapter and power cord for fixture
- HDMI to DVI Cable
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6-3 Setup Procedure
1. Connect all ports
(1) Connect P1 of Fixture with COM Port of
P2
PC/Laptop by RS232 Cable.
(2) Connect P2 of Fixture with VGA port of
P1
Projector by VGA Cable.
(3) Connect P3 of Fixture with DVI port ,and connect
P3
HDMI 1 port of Projector.
(4) Plug Power Adapter to Power CNN.
(5) Plug power cord to unit.
Power CNN
HDMI 1 Port VGA Port
Power Port
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6-4 EDID Key-In Procedure
1. Execute EDID Program
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(1) Click on "EDID" to execute EDID
program.
2. Process
(1) Check the COM port is COM3"
2
(Select the COM port which you are
using).
(2) Click the Model button.
(3) Choose the source file "*.ini" and then
open it.
3
3. Process
(1) Key in the serial number into the
barcode blank space.
(2) Click "Program" button.
(3) - "Please change the cable to VGA1"
will be shown on the screen.
- Please press "OK" button.
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4.
- "Please change the cable to VGA 2" will be
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shown on the screen.
- Change the VGA Cable to VGA 2 port.
- Please press "OK" button.
- "Please change the cable to HDMI " will be
shown on the screen.
- Please press "OK" button.
5. Finish
(1) "OK" will be shown on the screen.
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6. Read EDID information
(1) In the Read item,select "Analog" and
"Trans".
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(2) Please press "Read" button.
(3) In the Read item,select "Digital" and
"Trans".
(4) Please press "Read" button.
7. EDID Informations will show the result.
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6-5 Universal password
Note:This unique password is a back door of Administrator Password which will be accepted by
projector anytime no matter what the Administrator Password is.
1.The process of get universal password
(1) Click the"EDI Password Translation".
(2) Input SNID number.(The SNID number must the serial number of EDID upgrade or enter into
service mode, read the SNID number after upgrade FW.)
(3) Then the Universal Password will appear.
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Appendix A (Exploded Image)
The chapter is only designed to show exploded image of the projector. For updated part numbers, please refer to
RSPL report.
Dummy Casing:
1
3
4
2
16
5
15
6
7
13
14
8
12
9
15
10
11
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Dummy Casing
Item
EDI PN
Description
Parts Supply
1
13220657
LAN Module Cover(GP) / 51.8PE05H021,EIKI
WSS3100
CAP WIRELESS IO BLANK MN3600 G3.5
WIRELESS LABEL BLANK PC-835 G3.5
COVER MIRROR REAR MN3600 WHITE G3.5
COVER COSMETIC MODULE
ASSY I/O COVER MODULE 8PE (SERVICE)
SCREW PAN MECH M3*6 NYLOK, GREEN
Lamp (GP) / SP.8UR01GC01,ORSAM
280W,Holder
COVER LAMP MN3600 G3.5
LOCK SCREW PAN MECH M3*8.5-3.5 Ni
CORNER COVER MN3600 G3.5
COVER MIRROR FRONT MODULE CX7720
WH9G129
SCREW PAN MECH W/SF M3*6 BLACK
BOTTOM CAP MN3600 G3.5
SCREW PAN TAP M3*6 Ni
PCBA (GP) / 80.8PE08G002,LAN BOARD,f
MIPRO
V
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
13080021
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
63730012
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
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ASSY TOP COVER MODULE
2
3
6
4
1
5
1
7
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
EDI PN
63730009
Description
Parts Supply
SCREW PAN TAP M3*6 Ni
COVER COSMETIC MODULE
KEYPAD MN3600 G3.5
KEYPAD MENU MN3600 G3.5
PCBA (GP) / 80.8PE03G001,KEYPAD FOR
G035
PCBA IR CAMERA TRANSFORM BOARD 8PE
FR4 FOR G035 PROJECTOR
GASKET FOR MAIN BOARD EMI
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ASSY LAMP DRIVER MODULE
1
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
EDI PN
Description
Parts Supply
63670007
SPACER FOR LAMP DRIVER 240W G3.5
GROUNDING CABLE CLAMP FN-008 “PINGOOD
BRACKET LAMP DRIVER MIPRO
LAMP DRIVER MYLAR FORMEX GK-17 0.43t G3.5
Ballast (GP) / 75.8SZ01G001,Lamp Driver,EU30
V
63730010
THERMAL SENSOR MYLAR G3.5
PCBA (GP) / 80.8PE09G001,THERMAL SENSOR
V
SCREW PAN MECH W/SF M3*6 BLACK
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ASSY SYS FAN MODULE
2
3
5
1
4
6
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
EDI PN
63630003
63260008
Description
Parts Supply
Thermal Switch (GP) / 43.8EM17G001,W/I bracket
V
FAN(GP) / 49.8PE01G011,SUNON,105*32mm
V
FAN SYSTEM BRACKET MIPRO
BLOWER DUCT ASS’Y G3.5
BUY ASSY INTERLOCK SWITCH 2P #26 320mm
G3.5
LIMIT SWITCH HOLDER PC MN3600H BLACK
TDP-SP1
V
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1
2
4
3
Item
EDI PN
1
2
3
4
63680002
Description
Speaker(GP) / 49.8PE04G001,10W 6-OHM
SPEAKER BRKT LEFT SECC 0.8t G3.5
PORON SPEAKER G3.5
SCREW PAN MECH W/SF M3*8 NI GREEN
Parts Supply
V
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ASSY MAIN BOARD MODULE
4
2
1
3
Item
EDI PN
1
2
3
4
63730008
Description
Parts Supply
HEXAGON COPPER STICK M3 L18 SCREW L4.5
EzPro 735
PCBA (GP) / 80.8UR01G001,MB
PCBA DAUGHTER BD FOR G035 PROJECTOR
SCREW PAN MECH W/SF M3*6 Ni GREEN
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ASSY LAMP BLOWER MODULE
3
1
2
Item
EDI PN
1
63260006
2
3
Description
Parts Supply
SUNON 70mm*25mm /LAMP BLOWER/
RoHS2.0/WIRE LENGTH 230mm
7025 BLOWER RUBBER HD33
7025 BLOWER DUCT AIR TIGHT
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ASSY ENGINE MODULE
2
3
1
2
4
Item
EDI PN
1
63010004
2
3
4
63120003
Description
Parts Supply
OE Main (GP) / 75.8PE06G001,G0.35,WXGA
V
G0.35 OSRAM 280W XGA ENGINE MODULE
V
SCREW FLAT HEAD TAP M2*4MM SWRCH18A H
BLACK
FOCUS RING MIPRO
Color Wheel (GP) / 75.8SP06GR01,FOR 8SP
V
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Dummy Packing
Item
EDI PN
Description
1
D.C. G3.5
2
3
4
5
EPE BAG S500WI
EPE CUSHION LEFT G3.5
EPE CUSHION RIGHT G3.5
Carton (GP) / 55.8UR01G001
6
63340014
Parts Supply
V
A.K. G3.5
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2
3
4
5
1
Item
EDI PN
Description
Parts Supply
1
AK BOX MIPRO
2
3
4
5
AK PARTITION PAPER W/O IR CAMERA MIPRO
CABLE POWER CORD 1.8M SP30+IS14 US
CABLE VGA 15P 1.8M BLK EP739
Remote Control (GP) / 45.8UR01G001,WI Battery,Blank
13910056
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Appendix B (RSPL Instruction)
The chapter is only designed to show RSPL detailed information. For updated part numbers, please refer to
RSPL report.
Item
Core PN
EDI PN
EDI Description
Description
1
42.50115G001
CABLE POWER CORD 1.8M
SP30+IS14 US
2
42.00200G005
CABLE VGA 15P 1.8M BLK
EP739
3
43.8EM17G001
63630003
4
45.8UR01G001
5
Thermal Switch (GP) /
43.8EM17G001,W/I bracket
THERMAL SWITCH WITH
BRACKET (KLIXON YS11)
85deg. C
13910056
Remote Control (GP)
/ 45.8UR01G001,WI
Battery,Blank
INFRARED REMOTE CONTROLLER PROJECTOR
45.8UR01G002
13910053
Remote Control (GP)
/ 45.8UR01G002,WI
Battery,EIKI
INFRARED REMOTE CONTROLLER WITH EDI LOGO
PROJECTOR
6
49.8PE02G011
63260006
LAMP BLOWER(GP) /
49.8PE02G011,SUNON
70mm*25mm
SUNON 70mm*25mm /LAMP
BLOWER/ RoHS2.0/WIRE
LENGTH 230mm
7
49.8ER01G001
63260007
FAN(GP) / 49.8ER01G001,A
DDA,70x70x20mm
ADDA, 70mmx70mmx20mm
AXIAL FAN
8
49.8PE04G001
63680002
Speaker(GP) /
49.8PE04G001,10W 6-OHM
SPEAKER 10W 6-OHM
280mm G3.5
9
49.8PE01G011
63260008
FAN(GP) / 49.8PE01G011,SU
NON,105*32mm
SUNON 105mm*32mm /
AXIAL FAN / RoHS2.0
10
51.8PE05H001
13220659
LAN module cover(GP) /
51.8PE05H001,Blank
COVER TOP WIRELESS
MN3600 G3.5
11
51.8PE05H021
13220657
LAN Module Cover(GP)
/ 51.8PE05H021,EIKI
WSS3100
COVER TOP WIRELESS
MN3600 WITH EIKI LOGO
12
51.8PE07H002
COVER MIRROR REAR
MN3600 WHITE G3.5
13
51.8PE42H001
CORNER COVER MN3600
G3.5
14
55.8UR01G001
15
70.8PE15GR01
ASSY I/O COVER MODULE
8PE (SERVICE)
16
75.8PE01G041
COVER COSMETIC MODULE
17
75.8SZ01G001
18
75.8PE07G001
19
75.8PE06G001
63340014
63670007
Carton (GP) /
55.8UR01G001,EU30WN
Ballast (GP) /
75.8SZ01G001,Lamp
Driver,EU30
CARTON BOX
LAMP DRIVER,OSRAM,O3
TOP 280W,UNIPRO,135*50,D
L,DYNAMIC
G0.35 OSRAM 280W XGA
ENGINE MODULE
63010004
OE Main (GP) /
75.8PE06G001,G0.35,WXGA
G0.35 OSRAM 280W WXGA
ENGINE MODULE
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Core PN
EDI PN
EDI Description
Description
20
75.8PEP2G001
63670006
Power Supply (GP) /
75.8PEP2G001,AD-435W,EU30W_X
21
75.8PE10G001
BUY ASSY INTERLOCK
SWITCH 2P #26 320mm G3.5
22
75.8PE20G001
BUY COVER BTM ASS’Y
MIPRO
23
75.8PE16G002
LAMP COVER ASSY MIPRO
24
75.8UR04G001
COVER MIRROR FRONT
MODULE CX7720 WH9G129
25
75.8SP06GR01
63120003
Color Wheel (GP) /
75.8SP06GR01,FOR 8SP
ASSY COLOR WHEEL MODULE FOR 8SP(SERVICE)
26
80.8PE03G001
63730009
PCBA (GP) /
80.8PE03G001,KEYPAD FOR
G035
PCBA KEYPAD BOARD 8PE
FR4 FOR G035 PROJECTOR
27
80.8PE09G001
63730010
PCBA (GP) /
80.8PE09G001,THERMAL
SENSOR
PCBA THERMAL SENSOR
BD FOR PROJECTOR G035
28
80.8PE06G001
PCBA DAUGHTER BD FOR
G035 PROJECTOR
29
80.8US01G001
PCBA MAIN BOARD 8US
4L FOR EU30X XGA 280W
PROJECTOR
30
80.8UR01G001
63730008
PCBA (GP) /
80.8UR01G001,MB,for EU30WN
PCBA MAIN BOARD 8UR
FOR WXGA 280W
PROJECTOR
31
80.8JY04G001
63730011
PCBA (GP) /
80.8JY04G001,PSB FOR
H9500BD
PCBA PHOTO SENSOR
BOARD FOR H9500BD PROJECTOR
32
80.8PE08G002
63730012
PCBA (GP) /
80.8PE08G002,LAN BOARD,f
MIPRO
PCBA LAN BOARD FOR
MIPRO PROJECTOR
33
SP.8UR01GC01
13080021
Lamp (GP) /
SP.8UR01GC01,ORSAM
280W,Holder
LAMP MODULE FOR PROJECTER
34
23.8PR15G001
13080022
Lamp (GP)
LAMP MODULE OSRAM 280
W E20.9N ARC 0.9
POWER SUPPLY,AD435W,CONN,150*100,DL,TSW
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