User's Manual
Projector
LP-WU6500
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Thank you for purchasing this product.
Please read this manual before using the product.
Store it for future reference.
INDEX
Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Projector parts and functions
Front view
LED Indicator
4
OSD menu tree
46
17
OSD description
49
17
Image49
17
Display Mode
49
18
Brightness50
Projector keypad
18
Contrast50
I/O Port (Input / Output)
19
Computer51
20
Auto Image
Rear view
Bottom view
52
Advanced52
Remote control
21
Range of effective remote control signal reception
23
Installing batteries in the remote control
23
Projector installation
25
Throw distance
25
Modes of installation
25
Projection25
Horizontal and vertical lens shift
27
Lens shift
27
Moving the lens vertically
29
Moving the lens horizontally
29
Connecting the projector
30
HDMI / MHL / DVI connection
30
RGB connection
31
HDBaseT connection
32
RJ45 connection
33
USB POWER (5V/1.5A) connection
33
3D SYNC connection
34
VIDEO connection
34
SERVICE connection
35
Color Manager
Settings 1
54
55
Source55
Projection55
Aspect Ratio
56
Keystone56
Digital Zoom
56
Audio56
Advanced 1
57
Advanced 2
58
4 Corner
58
Settings 2
59
Auto Source
59
No Signal Power Off
59
Auto Power On
59
Laser Mode
59
Reset All
60
Status60
Advanced 1
60
Advanced 2
69
Custom Light
69
RS232C connection
35
Audio IN (L/R) connection
36
Audio OUT (Mini jack) connection
36
Cleaning the cabinet
70
Audio IN (Mini jack) connection
37
Cleaning the lens
70
Powering the projector on or off
38
Powering on the projector
38
Connect the power cord to the projector
38
Turning off the projector
38
Selecting an input source
39
Setting an access password (security lock)
40
Choosing a location
42
Adjusting the projector's angle
43
Adjusting the projector’s zoom and focus
43
Cleaning70
Using the Kensington® lock
71
Simple troubleshooting
72
LED status
73
Specifications
75
Specifications
75
Zoom43
Supported signal input modes
76
Focus44
MHL timing format
78
3D timing format
78
Correcting keystone
English-2
45
Dimensions79
Communication settings
RS-232 communication
80
80
Connection80
Command control via the network
82
Connection82
Communication port
82
Command control settings
83
Communication command table
83
PJLink command
95
Projection distance vs projection size table
96
Copyright information
97
Copyright97
Trademark97
Warranty and after-service
97
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Notice
This product is intended for the adults who have the ability to operate this machine.
Please write down your projector model number and serial number and keep the information for
maintenance purposes in the future. Should the equipment be lost or stolen, the information could
also be used for the police report.
Model number:
Serial number:
Please check the accessories that come with the projector with the following list. Should you find any
missing accessory, contact your dealer immediately.
1.
AC Power Cord
4.
CD-ROM
2.
3.
Remote control
5.
Printed Manual
AAA battery 2pcs
6.
3D Sync cable 1pcs
7.
RGB cable
Do not open
About Electro-Magnetic Interference
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
This product may cause interference if used in residential areas. Such use must be avoided unless
the user takes special measures to reduce electromagnetic emissions to prevent interference to the
reception of radio and television broadcasts.
Description pertaining to FCC Rules Part 15
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 device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception.
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case.
The user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
CAN ICES-3(A) / NMB-3(A)
Information for users applicable in European Union countries
Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries Only for European Union and countries with recycling systems
The above mark is in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive
2012/19/EU (WEEE).
The mark indicates the requirement NOT to dispose the equipment including any spent or
discarded batteries as unsorted municipal waste, but use the return and collection systems
available.
If the batteries or accumulators included with this equipment display the chemical symbol
Hg, Cd, or Pb, then it means that the battery has a heavy metal content of more than 0.0005%
Mercury, or more than 0.002% Cadmium or more than 0.004% Lead.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom symbol):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol.
In this case it complies with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical
involved.
Sun light Warning
Avoid using this projector in direct sun light.
Sunlight may cause serious damage to the digital mirror device (DMD™) at the back of the projector
lens.
Never look into the projector light source directly
When turn on the projector, make sure nobody's eye will effects by the
projection of light.
Always avoid to let eyes contact to the light.
As with any bright source, do not stare into the direct beam, RG2 IEC 624715:2015.
Keep any object away from concentrated projection light beam
Blocking the beam by something causes high temperature and could result in
fire or smoke.
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Electric shock
To protect your projector, avoid turning on the projector during lightning storms and unplug it from
the wall outlet. This will prevent sudden electrical surges caused by the lightning from damaging the
projector.
Do not overload wall outlets/extension cords
Pay attention to the current load of the outlet and cord you are using to prevent fire or electrical shock.
Cleaning
When cleaning the projector, be sure to unplug it from the wall outlet to prevent electric shock.
Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a dry/damp cloth with excessive moisture removed for
cleaning. Be sure to use cleaning cloth designed to clean monitors for the projector to prevent
damages to the projector casing due to abrasion.
Dampness, smoke, steam, dust, high temperature and direct exposure to sunlight
Do not operate the projector in environments where it could be expose to dampness, smoke, steam,
dust, high temperature or direct sunlight. For example: bathroom, kitchen, adjacent to washing
machine, damp basement rooms, electric heaters or similar environments. Keeping or operating the
projector in the above-mentioned environment could lead to discoloration, mold formation, grease or
damages to the projector.
Do not place the projector where any oils, such as cooking or machine oil, are used. Oil may harm the
product, resulting in malfunction, or falling from the mounted position. Do not use adhesive such as
threadlocker, lubricant and so on.
Ventilation
The projector case is designed with slots and openings to remove the heat inside the projector so that
it will not overheat and damage the components. Be sure to operate the projector in an environment
with ideal ventilation and don't operate it on a sofa, rug or other closed-in environments that could
obstruct ventilation.
Intrusion of foreign objects
Be sure to keep all foreign objects away from entering the projector because it could be exposed to
hazardous voltages and cause parts to short circuit. This could in turn lead to fire hazard or electric
shock. Examples of foreign objects include: cockroach, screws, liquid and so forth.
In addition, never spill liquid into the projector.
Carrying the projector
The projector net weight is approximately 11.4 kg . When moving the projector on a
cart, be sure to handle the cart with care as abrupt stops, jolts of excessive force or
uneven ground could lead the projector to topple.
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Please install the projector on an even and stable surface
Avoid placing the projector on unstable cart, tripod, table and so forth to prevent the projector from
falling, becoming damaged or causing injuries.
Servicing
Should you encounter problem with the projector, please seek assistance from your local dealer or
qualified service personnel. Do not attempt to service the projector by yourself so that you would not
be exposed to high voltage or other potential hazards.
No service is allowed except by authorized personnel.
Should you encounter any of the following situation, please unplug your projector from the wall outlet
and contact a qualified service personnel for assistance:
•Damaged power cord or power plug.
•If a foreign object has fallen into the projector or if you have spilled water or other liquid into the
projector.
•If the projector has been dropped accidentally or damaged.
•If you experience noticeably poor performance or malfunctioning with the projector despite having
followed instructions for normal operation.
Changing parts
Should any part of the projector be damaged, check with your servicing personnel that only
manufacturer certified parts were used for replacement. Used of non-certified parts may result in
damages to the projector or hazards such as fire or electric shock. After changing parts, be sure to
remind the servicing personnel to perform safety inspections to ensure that the projector operates
normally.
No maintenance allowed by end user, Do not open the cabinet.
No user serviceable part inside.
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Power cord
Don't place the projector where the cord can be walked on. This may result in fraying or damage to
the power cord, especially at the plug and the point of connection between the power cord and the
projector.
Please use the power cord that comes with the projector or the type of power cord specified for
the projector (refer to the descriptions printed on the power cord). If you are not sure of the power
available at the region you are in, consult your local power company to prevent damages to the
projector due to the use of wrong power cord or potential fire hazards due to current overload.
Depending on the country and region you are in, the voltage and type of socket of the wall outlet may
be different from the projector. If you are unable to fit the power plug into the wall outlet, contact your
local dealer and do not remove the extra pin on the power plug to forcibly fit it to the socket at the risk
of your own safety.
Connect the ground terminal for the AC inlet of this unit to the ground terminal of the building using
an appropriate power cord (bundled).
Install the projector where you can access the power outlet easily.
Safety mark
ENGLISH
English-8
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
Descriptions of the
Les descriptions de ces
symbols displayed on the symboles sont affichées
projector
sur le projecteur
FRANÇAIS
Beschreibungen der am
Projektor angezeigten
Symbole
Descripciones de los
Descrições dos símbolos
símbolos mostrados en el
apresentados no projector
proyector
Alternating Current
Courant Alternatif
Wechselstrom
Corriente alterna
Standby (Power)
Veille (Alimentation)
Bereitschaft
(Stromversorgung)
En espera (Alimentación) Em espera (Alimentação)
On (Power)
Marche (Alimentation)
Ein (Stromversorgung)
Encendido (Alimentación) Ligado (Alimentação)
Off (Power)
Arrêt (Alimentation)
Aus (Stromversorgung)
Apagado (Alimentación)
Desligue (Alimentação)
WARNING / CAUTION
AVERTISSEMENT /
ATTENTION
WARNUNG /
VORSICHT
ADVERTENCIA /
PRECAUCIÓN
AVISO / PRECAUÇÃO
HIGH TEMPERATURE
HAUTE
TEMPERATURE
HOHE TEMPERATUR
ALTA TEMPERATURA TEMPERATURA ALTA
HIGH VOLTAGE
HAUTE TENSION
HOCHSPANNUNG
ALTO VOLTAJE
VOLTAGEM ALTA
HIGH PRESSURE
HAUTE PRESSION
HOCHDRUCK
ALTA PRESIÓN
PRESSÃO ALTA
PROJECTOR NOT FOR
CONSUMER USE
PROJECTEUR
PROJEKTOR NICHT
DESTINÉ À UN USAGE FÜR DEN PRIVATEN
PROFESSIONNEL
GEBRAUCH
PROYECTOR NO
DESTINADO A USO
POR PARTE DE
CONSUMIDORES
PROJECTOR NÃO
DESTINADO AO USO
DE CONSUMIDORES
OPTICAL RADIATION
WARNING
ATTENTION
RAYONNEMENT
LASER
ADVERTENCIA SOBRE
WARNUNG! OPTISCHE
AVISO DE RADIAÇÃO
LA RADIACIÓN
STRAHLUNG
ÓPTICA
ÓPTICA
Kensington
Kensington
Kensington
MERCURY
CONTAINED
CONTIENT DU
MERCURE
QUECKSILBERHALTIG CONTIENE MERCURIO CONTÉM MERCÚRIO
Kensington
PORTUGUÊS
Corrente alternada
Kensington
Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
Descriptions of the
Les descriptions de ces
symbols displayed on the symboles sont affichées
projector
sur le projecteur
FRANÇAIS
Beschreibungen der am
Projektor angezeigten
Symbole
Descripciones de los
Descrições dos símbolos
símbolos mostrados en el
apresentados no projector
proyector
RG2 caution
ATTENTION: RG2
Achtung! RG2
Precaución sobre RG2
Atenção RG2
DO NOT LOOK INTO
THE BEAM
NE PAS REGARDER
DANS LE FAISCEAU
NICHT IN DEN
STRAHL BLICKEN
NO MIRE AL HAZ
NÃO OLHE PARA O
FEIXE
DO NOT SHADE THE
LIGHT
NE PAS COUVRIR LA
LUMIÈRE
LICHTWEG NICHT
BLOCKIEREN
NO TAPE LA LUZ
NÃO BLOQUEIE A LUZ
Laser Warning
Avertissement Relatif au
Laser
Warnhinweis zum Laser
Advertencia Relacionada
Aviso Relativo ao Laser
con el Láser
中文
한국어
РУССКИЙ
日本語
投影机上显示的标志符
号说明
프로젝터에 표시되 어
있는 기호에 대 한 설명
Описания символов,
отображаемых на
проекторе
機器上に表示しているシ
ンボル説明
交流电
교류 전류
Переменный ток
交流電流
待机(电源)
스탠바이(전원)
Ожидание (питание)
スタンバイ(電源)
开启(电源)
온(전원)
Включено (питание)
オン(電源)
关闭(电源)
끄기 (전원)
выключено (питание)
オフ (電源)
警告 / 注意事项
경고 / 주의
ПРЕДУПРЕЖДЕНИЕ /
ВНИМАНИЕ
注意 / 警告
小心高温
고온 주의
ВЫСОКАЯ
ТЕМПЕРАТУРА
高温注意
小心触电
감전 주의
ВЫСОКОЕ
НАПРЯЖЕНИЕ
感電注意
小心破裂
파열 주의
ВЫСОКОЕ ДАВЛЕНИЕ 破裂注意
该投影机非普通消费
者使用
비소비자용 프로젝 터
ПРОЕКТОР НЕ
ПРЕДНАЗНАЧЕН ДЛЯ
民生用では無い機器
ПОТРЕБИТЕЛЬСКОГО
ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ
光辐射警告
광 방사 경고
ПРЕДУПРЕЖДЕНИЕ
ОБ ОПТИЧЕСКОМ
ИЗЛУЧЕНИИ
光放射警告
Kensington
Kensington
Kensington
Kensington
含水银
수은 함유
РТУТОСОДЕРЖАЩИЙ 水銀含有
小心RG2
RG2 주의
Внимание RG2
RG2 注意 (覗き込み
禁止)
禁止直视光束
빔을 들여다 보지
마십시오
НЕ СМОТРИТЕ НА
ЛУЧ
覗き込み禁止
小心不要遮挡投影机发
出的光
램프를 가리지 마십시오 НЕ ЗАТЕНЯЙТЕ СВЕТ 光を遮るな注意
激光警告
레이저 경고
Предупреждение o
Лазерноем Излучении
PORTUGUÊS
レーザーに関する警告
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Notices you should read prior to the installation of the projector
Take frequent breaks to let your eyes rest
Prolonged viewing of the projector screen could strain your eyes. Please be sure to rest your eyes
adequately.
Installation environment for the projector
You should avoid installing the projector at place of excessive dampness, dust or smoke. If installation
in such environment is unavoidable, be sure to have the interior of the projector.
Cleaned routinely to prolong the projector's lifecycle. Cleaning of the projector's interior should only
be performed by qualified service personnel dispatched by your local dealer and you should not
attempt to clean the inside of the projector by yourself.
If other light source is directly projected onto the projector screen, the color of the picture from the
projector will appear to be pale and the picture quality will be lower. In addition, your eyes would be
more prone to fatigue. Therefore, it is recommended that the projector be installed in places without
direct exposure to sunlight or other sources of intense light.
The ideal operating temperature range for the projector is between 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
The ideal storage temperature range for the projector is between -20°C~ 60°C (4°F ~ 140°F)
Configurations for projector operation at high altitudes
When operating the projector at higher altitudes, be sure to manually set the fan mode to "High" or
it could shorten the life of the optical system in the projector. High altitude is defined as places being
1520 meters (5000 feet) or higher.
Please refer to Page 61 and Page 75.
Protect the projector with care
When placing the projector at a high position, be sure to secure the projector firmly so that it would
not fall and cause injuries. Take care to protect the projector's lens from collision, abrasion or other
damages. Be sure to close the lens cover or cover the projector with a dust cover if you need to store
the projector or if it will not be used for an extended time.
Keep the projector's ventilation inlets and outlets free from obstructions
Note the direction of air flow at the designated spot of installation. Do not let the hot air released from
the outlet flow back to the inlet as it will prevent proper cooling and lead to damage of the projector's
internal structure.
In the event of high temperature due to malfunctioning of the internal cooling fan caused by clogging
at the ventilation inlets and outlets, the projector will activate its automatic protection mode and
shutdown. When this happens, it does not necessary mean that the equipment is malfunctioning. Try
to unplug the power cord from the wall outlet and wait for approximately 15 minutes before operating
the projector again (remember to remove the objects that have caused poor ventilation so that the
projector will not go into the protection mode again).
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Description: The regulation of temperature inside the projector by the cooling fan is automatic. And
as such, the sound of cooling fan changing its operating speed does not imply that a problem has
occurred with the projector.
Positioning precautions
This projector can be installed 360° range. But life of optical parts will be shorten as portrait
situation:
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Caution for 3D
•Don't let children view the 3D by themselves , please always be accompanied by an adult.
•Although more than six years old can view the 3D. But children may not tell you if they are feeling
unwell when viewing 3D content, so always be sure to check with the child.
•When viewing 3D content, be sure you are at an appropriate distance from the front of the screen.
Suggest keep at least three times the height of the screen away from the screen.
•Check that the settings are correct and that the 3D effect is being correctly applied. If the image is
inversed and the left and right eye images are swapped, the 3D effect does not work, which could
cause eye strain or cause you to feel unwell.
3D content not suitable for below situation, it could aggravate their pre-existing conditions.
•People with a history of photosensitive epilepsy.
•People has heart disease.
•Pregnant women.
•People with serious illnesses.
•People with a history of epileptic seizures.
Suggest stop to view the 3D, if has below situation:
•When you feel unwell , tired, sleep deprived, fatigued or inebriated.
•The 3D image doubled or not clear.
•Enjoying 3D content that rotates, rolls, or shakes, some person may feel they are moving and
trigger a form of “sea sickness”.
•Take too long time for viewing 3D content, be sure to take regular breaks to avoid cause eyestrain.
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
LASER WARNING
This symbol indicates that there is a potential hazard of eye exposure to laser radiation
unless the instructions are closely followed.
CLASS 3R LASER PRODUCT
This Laser Product is designated as Class 3R during all procedures of operation.
LASER LIGHT - AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.
Do not point laser or allow laser light to be directed or reflected toward other people or
reflective objects.
Direct or scattered light can be hazardous to eyes and skin.
There is a potential hazard of eye exposure to laser radiation if the included instructions
are not followed.
Caution – use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Laser parameters
Wavelength
Mode of operation
Pulse width
Pulse repetition rate
Maximum laser energy
Total internal power
Apparent source size
Divergence
450nm - 460nm (Blue)
Pulsed, due to frame rate
1.34ms
120Hz
0.698mJ
>100W
>10mm, at lens stop
>100 mili Radian
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Product labels
Below drawing show the label's location.
a. Serial No.
b. MAC Label
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
a. Hazard Warning Symbol
b. Aperture Label
c. Certification Statement Label
d. Explanatory Label
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Warning, Notices and Safety Instructions
Location of laser aperture
Following drawing shows the laser aperture location. Be careful not to see the light directly.
Interlock switches
This machine has interlock switches to protect the laser light leakage.
Switch will power-off the system when the Top cover is opened.
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Projector parts and functions
Projector parts and functions
Front view
1. LENS SHIFT
Adjust the projected image position.
2. Ventilation outlet
The hot air generated inside the projector
is dispersed through the ventilation slot.
Make sure the ventilation slot is free from
obstruction.
3. Zoom
Zoom in or zoom out the projected image
4. Infrared receiver
5. Adjustable foot
Adjust the height and angle of the projector
with the adjustable foot.
6. LED Indicator
7. Projector keypad
8. Ventilation inlet
The internal cooling fan draws cool
air from the ventilation inlet into the
projector.
9. Speaker
10.Focus
Adjust the projected image’s focus.
11.Lens
LED Indicator
1. POWER
The indicator shows the power status.
The indicator lights when the projector is
in standby state. The indicator blinks once
every 5 seconds when the projector is an
ON state.
2. LIGHT
The indicator shows the light source and
system error status.
3. TEMP.
The indicator shows the thermal error
message.
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Projector parts and functions
Rear view
1.
2.
3.
4.
I/O port
Power inlet
Infrared sensor
Security bar
5. Speaker
6. Ventilation outlet
7. Kensington® lock
Projector keypad
1. ▲ /
Use this button to make your selection
or configure, adjust configuration on the
menu.
Keystone can be adjusted when no other
menu is displayed.
2. AUTO
Auto adjust the signal synchronization.
3. ◄ /
Use this button to make your selection
or configure, adjust configuration on the
menu.
Keystone can be adjusted when no other
menu is displayed.
4.
Press to turn on or off the projector.
5. ▼ /
Use this button to make your selection
or configure, adjust configuration on the
menu.
Keystone can be adjusted when no other
menu is displayed.
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6. ENTER
Press to select items in the menu or
confirm the settings you have changed.
7. SOURCE
Select input signal source.
8. ► /
Use this button to make your selection
or configure, adjust configuration on the
menu.
Keystone can be adjusted when no other
menu is displayed.
9. MENU
Displays or hides the menu.
Projector parts and functions
I/O Port (Input / Output)
1. HDMI 1 (Digital audio/video connector)
Connect to HDMI or DVI source.
2. RJ45
Connect a LAN cable from Ethernet.
3. HDMI 2 (Digital audio/video connector)
Connect to HDMI or DVI source.
4. HDBaseT (RJ-45 jack)
Connect to HDBaseT source via LAN
cable.
5. HDMI 3 / MHL (Digital audio/video
connector)
Connect to a HDMI or MHL-compatible
device.
6. MONITOR OUT (D-sub 15-pin mini
shrink jack)
Connect to a monitor.
Loop through only for COMPUTER.
7. COMPUTER (D-sub 15-pin mini shrink
jack)
Connect to a PC.(Support RGB and
component video signal input).
8. VIDEO (RCA jack)
Connect to the composite video device.
9. 3D SYNC (VESA 3-pin)
Connect to 3D IR glasses receiver unit.
10.SERVICE
For service personnel only.
11.USB POWER (USB A type jack)
Connect a USB device. (Support 5V/1.5A
output while the projector Power On.)
12.AC
Connect a POWER cable.
13.RS-232C (9-pin D-sub socket) (Cross
cable)
Connect your PC or system control
equipment.
14.AUDIO OUT (3.5 mm, mini jack)
Connector to an audio amplifier device.
15.AUDIO IN (3.5 mm, mini jack)
Connect an audio source input. (Available
for Computer.)
16.AUDIO IN (L/R) (RCA jack)
Connect an audio source. (Available for
Video signal input.)
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Projector parts and functions
Bottom view
135.0
130.0
160.0
135.0
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Remote control
Remote control
1. IR transmitter
2. ON
This button is used to turn on the projector.
3. PC
Displays the VGA (COMPTER IN) source
selection.
4. HDMI
Displays the HDMI 1/HDMI 2/HDMI 3
source selection (toggle).
5. HDBaseT
Displays the HDBaseT source selection.
6. USB
Not available for this projector.
7. ▲ /
Use this button to make your selection
or configure, adjust configuration on the
menu.
Keystone can be adjusted when no other
menu is displayed.
8. MENU
Displays or hides the menu.
9.
(ENTER)
Press to select items in the menu or confirm
the settings you have changed.
10.◄ /
Use this button to make your selection
or configure, adjust configuration on the
menu.
Keystone can be adjusted when no other
menu is displayed.
11.▼ /
Use this button to make your selection
or configure, adjust configuration on the
menu.
Keystone can be adjusted when no other
menu is displayed.
12.Keystone
Press to open keystone adjustment menu.
13.
Play or pause video/music for MHL.
14.
Play the previous item on the programming
list for MHL.
15.
Stop video/music playing for MHL.
16.
Reverse in set increments for MHL.
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17.Source
Select input source.
Combo key function for Remote Control ID
settings (Press ID button + Number for 3
seconds).
18.Auto / 0
This button is used to Resync the picture;
when the picture signal becomes unstable or
picture quality deteriorates simply press this
button and the projector will automatically
adjust the screen dimension, phase, timing
and so forth.
Number for Remote ID setting used.
19.Brightness
Displays the brightness setting bar.
20.Contrast / 2
Displays the Contrast settings bar.
Number for Remote ID setting used.
21.Light
Displays the light power adjustment menu.
22.Zoom / 4
Displays the digital zoom settings bar.
Number for Remote ID setting used.
23.Freeze
Freeze/unfreeze the picture on the screen.
24.Blank / 6
Makes the screen blank.
Number for Remote ID setting used.
25.STANDBY
This button is used to turn off the projector.
26.Video / S-Video
Displays the Video source selection.
27.Network
Open the Network menu.
28.EXIT
Press this button to exit menu or return to
previous menu level.
29.► /
Use this button to make your selection or
configure, adjust configuration on the menu.
Keystone can be adjusted when no other
menu is displayed.
30.MHL
Change MHL / Projector mode.
31.
Play the following item on the programming
list for MHL.
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32.
Forward in set increments for MHL.
33.Volume / 1
Displays the Volume setting bar.
Number for Remote ID setting used.
34.Mute /3
Mutes the built-in speaker.
Number for Remote ID setting used.
35.3D / 5
Open the 3D Setting menu.
Number for Remote ID setting used.
36.Status / 7
Opens the Status menu (the menu only
opens when an input device is detected).
Number for Remote ID setting used.
Note:
Remote Combo Key Settings:
ID+0: Reset Remote Control ID to
default settings.
ID+1: Set Remote Control ID to "1".
~
ID+7: Set Remote Control ID to "7".
Projector also need setting ID for
unique control. Refer to Page 61 :
"Remote ID".
Note: When the projector is under MHL
mode, the keypad on projector should
be same definition of the key on remote
control.
With MHL function:
MENU for App settings, ▲ Up, ▼
Down, ◄ Left and ► Right are used
as directional arrows, also included
ENTER and EXIT.
Controlling your smart device with
the remote control:
When the projector displays the
content from your MHL compatible
smart device, you can use the remote
control to control your smart device.
To enter the MHL mode, the following
buttons are available for controlling
your smart device, Arrow keys (▲ Up,
▼ Down, ◄ Left, ► Right), MENU,
EXIT, MHL control buttons.
Projector parts and functions
Range of effective remote control signal reception
The diagram below illustrates the range of effective remote control signal reception (Unused new
battery).
Note: Avoid placing the remote control at places of high temperature or humidity as it could
cause the remote control to malfunction.
Note: If the infrared receiver is exposed to fluorescent lamp or strong sunlight, the remote
control may not operate normally.
Installing batteries in the remote control
1. Remove the cover by sliding it in the direction indicated by the arrow.
2. Insert two new AAA batteries (check the polarity).
3. Replace the cover.
2
3
Note: Always handle the batteries with care and use them only as directed. Improper use may
result in battery explosion, cracking or leakage, which could result in fire, injury and/or
pollution of the surrounding.
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Note: Keep a battery away from children and pets.
Note: Do not recharge, short circuit, solder or disassemble a battery.
Note: Be sure to insert the batteries in the corresponding orientations to match the polarities.
Note: Do not mix new battery with used one as it would shorten the life of new one or cause
leakage.
Note: Use AAA batteries as instructed; do not attempt to insert different types of batteries into
the remote control.
Note: If you will not use the remote control for long period, remove the batteries from the remote
control and store them in a safe place.
Note: The liquid contents in the batteries is harmful to the skin; do not touch the leakage with
your bare hands directly. When installing fresh batteries, be sure to clean up the leakage
thoroughly.
Note: If the range of effective remote control signal reception decreases or if the remote control
stops working, replace the batteries.
Note: Refer to the regulations enforced by your local government on the disposal of used
batteries; improper disposal could damage the environment.
Caution: RISK OF THE EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY ANY INCORRECT
TYPE.
Caution: DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Projector installation
Throw distance
Throw Distance (TD) = Screen Width (W) x Throw Ratio (TR)
Projector offers the following throw ratios:
•1.15~1.9 : 1, 36.7~201.9inch
Modes of installation
•Install the projector in an environment from 0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F). The projector should be
kept away from sources of heat and / or ventilation openings of air conditioner.
Note: The temperature also depends on altitude. Please refer to Page 61 and Page 75.
•The projector should be kept away from devices that emit electromagnetic energy, such as motors
or transformers. Common devices that emit electromagnetic energy include slideshow system,
speakers, power amplifiers and elevators.
•If you choose to install the projector from the ceiling, be sure to use the ceiling installation
components verified safety. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Projection
Normal
Advantages: easy to install can be easily moved or
adjusted easy to operate.
Disadvantage: occupies floor space and limits
seating capacity.
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Ceiling
Refer to Page 42 : “Ceiling”
Advantage: d oes not occupy floor space does not
draw attention to it.
Eliminates the possibility that
someone would accidentally move
the projector.
Disadvantage: stricter installation requirements
and conditions; care should be
taken during the installation to
ensure the projector has been
securely mounted. Operation
of the projector becomes
inconvenient without the remote
control.
Rear + Ceiling
Refer to Page 43 : “Rear + Ceiling”
Advantage: t he projector is completely hidden
from plain view this setup usually
offers better reduction of ambient
noise.
Disadvantage: requires an additional room for
installation. Stricter installation
requirements and conditions;
care should be taken during the
installation to ensure the projector
has been securely mounted.
Operation of the projector
becomes inconvenient without the
remote control.
Rear
Refer to Page 42 : “Rear”
Advantage: t he projector is completely hidden
from plain view
the projector can be easily operated
this setup usually offers better
reduction of ambient noise.
Disadvantage: requires an additional room for
installation relatively higher costs
for installation.
Rear with a Mirror
If you wish to have a rear projection setup with
limited space to the rear of the projector, you can
use a mirror to reflect the light path.
However, both the projector and the mirror have
to be precisely located. If you are considering
such installation, please contact your dealer for
assistance.
Advantage: t he projector is completely hidden
from plain view this setup usually
offers better reduction of ambient
noise.
Disadvantage: requires an additional room for
installation relatively higher costs
for installation.
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Horizontal and vertical lens shift
In addition to using the adjustable feet to adjust projection angle, you can also use the Lens Shift
function to adjust the projected picture.
Lens shift
1. Turn the VERTICAL adjuster fully counter clockwise. Then turn it clockwise and adjust the
vertical lens position upward.
2. Turn the HORIZONTAL adjuster clockwise or counter clockwise to adjust the horizontal lens
position.
Note for adjusting the lens shift
1. Adjust the lens shift / zoom / focus after 30 minutes since the projector was turned on.
2. Slight changes of the image position and/or focus may occur within 30 minutes after the
projector was turned on. If the room temperature and humidity have changed after adjusting the
lens shift / zoom / focus, readjust them as necessary.
3. Set the image size including the margin from the screen edge in anticipation of the changes
after installation.
4. When adjusting the lens shift vertically, finish adjusting lens shift by moving the projected
screen upward. If you finish adjusting the lens shift by moving the projected screen downward,
the projected screen may be misaligned slightly downward over time.
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Note for adjusting the lens shift
1. You can feel the rotational resistance of the lens adjuster increasing if the lens shift exceed its
range. Do not turn the lens adjuster further. If the lens adjuster is turned excessively, it runs
idle by a clutch mechanism inside the adjuster. Although it makes a clicking sound, it is not a
malfunction. Turn the lens adjuster to the opposite direction to adjust the lens shift.
2. Keep turning the lens adjuster while pressing it downward if the adjuster is turned to the
opposite direction with a clicking sound and the lens shift does not work after the adjuster has
been turned exceeding the lens shift range. You need to turn the lens adjuster for a while until
the lens shift starts.
3. Do not turn the lens adjuster while pressing it downward out of the lens shift range. The lens
shift may be locked because a clutch mechanism does not work. In such a case, keep turning
the lens adjuster while pressing it downward like in step2.
4. When adjusting the lens shift to the maximal oblique direction, the periphery of the projected
screen may be dark or a shadow may be cast.
Caution: Operate the lens adjusters gently as the lens may malfuction when subjected to shocks.
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Moving the lens vertically
The distance of vertical lens movement is 12% of the screen height directions (The offset range is
about 63% to 75%). For instance, if you are using a 2.15m × 1.35m (100”) screen, you will be able to
move the picture upwards no more than 13.5cm(10%) and downwards no more than 2.7cm(2%) from
default position. (Please confirm the default position in Page 96 ).
This illustration shows normal vertical lens shift without the use of special specification lens or
projector.
Note: Please make sure the center of lens is rectangular to the center of the screen.
Moving the lens horizontally
The distance of horizontal lens movement is 2.5% of the screen width in both directions. For instance,
if you are using a 2.15m × 1.35m (100”) screen, you will be able to move the picture left or right by no
more than 5.4cm.
This illustration shows normal horizontal lens shift without the use of special specification lens or
projector.
Note: Please make sure the center of lens is rectangular to the center of the screen.
Note: Although the lens shift position can be moved beyond the specification, please use it in the
position within the specification. When used at a position outside specifications, the corner
of the screen becomes shade or color unevenness becomes large, and sufficient optical
performance can not be obtained.
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Connecting the projector
HDMI / MHL
Signals from picture source offer the best projection picture quality when sent through HDMI.
Therefore, try to use input devices with HDMI output as the source of picture.
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RGB connection
Connect your PC or other devices with RGB output to the RGB input connectors (COMPUTER (in
OSD we say VGA)) on the projector to be used as the source of picture input.
Connect a monitor to MONITOR OUT for through COMPUTER signal.
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HDBaseT connection
HDBaseT is a technology to transmit image signal use LAN function, RS-232 function and IR
function through a LAN cable.
Connect Cat5e/Cat6 cable from HDBaseT TX Box for HDBaseT signal received.
Video Signal - Connect it to HDBaseT output equipment (Such as high-definition TV source, Blu-ray
Player....etc).
LAN Function - Key in the correct IP Address or the computer host name which is the same as the
projector’s host name, then you can remote control the projector by internet.
RS-232 Function: When the projector connects to HDBaseT by RS-232 communication, the projector
can be controlled with RS-232 commands from the computer. For details of RS-232 commands, refer
to RS-232 Communication command table.
Please turn On the “HDBase-T-IR/RS232/RJ45” in the OSD menu when using LAN function / RS232
function.
Note: RJ45 port and RS-232C port are disabled when “HDBaseT-IR/RS-232/RJ45” is turned
On.
Use LAN cables of up to 100m long. Exceeding this length, the image will be deteriorated, and can
experience malfunction on LAN transmission.
Note: HDBaseT BEST PRACTICE:
1.When In Doubt, Use Shielded Cat6 With Shielded Plugs.
2.Use Proper Grounding.
3.Isolate HDBaseT Cat Cables from Other Signal Types.
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RJ45 connection
Connect it to your computer or Hub. Key in the correct IP Address or the computer host name which
is the same as the projector’s host name then you can remote control the projector by internet.
USB POWER (5V/1.5A) connection
Connect a USB cable for USB device. Support 5V/1.5A output as long as the projector is powered on.
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3D SYNC connection
Connect 3D IR emitter unit.
Connect 3D IR emitter unit.
VIDEO connection
Connect the composite cable from a video device.
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SERVICE connection
For service personnel only.
RS232C connection
Connects to the computer by RS-232 communication, the projector can be controlled with
RS-232 commands from the computer.
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Audio IN (L/R) connection
Connect an audio source input (Available for video source).
Audio OUT (Mini jack) connection
Connect to an audio amplifier device.
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Audio IN (Mini jack) connection
Connect an audio source input (Available for computer).
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Powering the projector on or off
Powering on the projector
Press
on the projector or
on the remote control to start up the projector.
The POWER LED will now flash green. The startup screen will display in approximately 10 seconds.
The first time you use the projector, you can select your preferred language from the quick menu after
the startup screen display.
If security lock is enabled, refer to Page 40 : “Setting an access password (security lock)”.
Connect the power cord to the projector
Turning off the projector
Press
on the projector or
on the remote control. The message “Power Off? /Press Power
again” will appear on the screen. Press the button again while the message appears. When the
projector has been turned off, the cooling fan will remain in operation for approximately 120 seconds.
Note: Do not unplug the power cord until the POWER LED stops flashing – indicating the
projector has cooled down.
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Selecting an input source
If more than one input device is connected, press SOURCE and press ▲▼ to scroll among devices.
(Component is supported through the RGB to Component adapter.)
•HDMI 1: High-Definition Multimedia Interface compatible
•HDMI 2: High-Definition Multimedia Interface compatible
•HDMI 3 / MHL: H
igh-Definition Multimedia Interface and Mobile High-Definition Link
compatible
•VGA: Analog RGB DVD input YCbCr/ YPbPr, or HDTV input YPbPr via D-sub connector
•Composite Video: Traditional composite video
•HDBaseT: Digital Video trough the HDBaseT transmitter
Note: It is recommended to use a certified TX box for the HDBaseT function. Using a single
HDBaseT CAT5e cable, the projector supports an HDBaseT connection distances to
100m/328ft.
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Setting an access password (security lock)
You can use the four (arrow) buttons to set a password and prevent unauthorized use of the projector.
When enabled, the password must be entered after you power on the projector.
Note: Keep the password in a safe place. Without the password, you will not be able to use the
projector. If you lose the password, contact your dealer for information on clearing the
password.
1. Press MENU to open the OSD menu.
2. Press ◄► to move to the Settings 1 menu and press ▲▼ to select Advanced 1.
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3. Press ENTER / ► to enter the Advanced 1 sub menu. Press ▲▼ to select Security Lock.
4. Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable security lock function.
A password dialog box automatically appears.
5. Press ▲▼◄► either on keypad or IR remote control for password entry. You can use any
combination including the same arrow five times, but not less than five.
Press ▲▼◄► in any order to set the password. Push MENU button to exit the dialog box.
6. The password confirm menu appears when user presses the power-on key in case the Security
Lock is enabled. Enter the password in the order you set it at step 5. In case you forget the
password, please contact the service center.
The service center will validate the owner and help reset the password.
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Choosing a location
By default, the projector is configured for “Normal”. If you choose to install your projector in
other setups, be sure to adjust the screen orientation to achieve the correct projection mode.
Ceiling
Press MENU  Settings 1  Projection, select Ceiling, the projector is now configured for
“Ceiling”.
Rear
Press MENU  Settings 1  Projection, select Rear, the projector is now configured for
“Rear”.
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Rear + Ceiling
Press MENU  Settings 1  Projection, select Rear + Ceiling, the projector is now
configured for “Rear + Ceiling”.
Adjusting the projector's angle
Use the adjustable feet to change the angle of the projector in order to achieve the most suitable angle
for projection on the screen.
Adjusting the projector’s zoom and focus
Zoom
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Focus
Note for adjusting the zoom/focus
1. Adjust the lens shift/zoom/focus after 30 minutes have passed since the projector turned on.
2. Slight changes of the image position and/or focus may occur within 30 minutes after the
projector was turned on. If the room temperature and humidity have changed after adjusting the
lens shift/zoom/focus, readjust them as necessary.
3. Set the image size including the margin from the screen edge in anticipation of the changes
after installation.
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Correcting keystone
1. To adjust keystoning, press ▼▲◄► on the keypad or remote control and press ▼▲◄► to
adjust Vertical or Horizontal Keystone. Refer to Fig 2 and 3.
2. To adjust keystoning, press the MENU button on the keypad or remote control and choose
Settings 1  Keystone adjust and press ▼▲◄► to adjust Vertical and Horizontal Keystone.
Refer to Fig 2 and 3.
The picture after adjust
Focus
Fig 1
Adjust
Adjust
Vertical Keystone
Fig 2
Zoom Out
Zoom In
Horizontal Keystone
Fig 3
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OSD menu tree
OSD menu tree
1st layer
2nd layer
3rd layer
4th layer
Display Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Computer
Horizontal
Position
Vertical Position
H Phase
Selections
Presentation, Bright, Game, Movie,
Vivid, TV, sRGB, DICOM SIM., User1¸
User2
0 ~ 100
0 ~ 100
-5 ~ 5 (depend on Auto Sync)
-5 ~ 0 (depend on Auto Sync)
0 ~ 31
Tracking
-5 ~ 5
Brilliant Color
Sharpness
0 ~ 10
0 ~ 31
Gamma
Color
Temperature
Video AGC
Video
Saturation
Video Tint
1.8, 2.0, 2.2, 2.4, B&W, Linear
Auto Image
Advanced
White Balance
Image
Red
Green
Blue
Color Manager
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
White
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Warm, Normal, Cold
Off, On
0 ~ 100
R Gain
G Gain
B Gain
R Offset
G Offset
B Offset
0 ~ 100
0 ~ 200
0 ~ 200
0 ~ 200
-100 ~ 100
-100 ~ 100
-100 ~ 100
Hue
0 ~ 100
Saturation
0 ~ 100
Gain
0 ~ 100
Hue
0 ~ 100
Saturation
0 ~ 100
Gain
0 ~ 100
Hue
0 ~ 100
Saturation
0 ~ 100
Gain
0 ~ 100
Hue
0 ~ 100
Saturation
0 ~ 100
Gain
0 ~ 100
Hue
0 ~ 100
Saturation
0 ~ 100
Gain
0 ~ 100
Hue
0 ~ 100
Saturation
0 ~ 100
Gain
0 ~ 100
Red
0 ~ 100
Green
0 ~ 100
Blue
0 ~ 100
OSD menu tree
1st layer
2nd layer
3rd layer
Source
Selections
HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI3 / MHL, VGA,
Composite Video, HDBaseT
Projection
Normal, Rear, Ceiling, Rear+Ceiling
Aspect Ratio
Keystone
Digital Zoom
16:10, 4:3, 16:9, Letter Box, Native, 2.35:1
H: -50 ~ +50 V: -60 ~ +60
-10 ~ 10
0 ~ 20
Off, On
English, Français, Deutsch, Español,
Português, 簡体中文, 繁體中文, Italiano,
Norsk, Svenska, Nederlands, Русский,
Polski, Suomi, Ελληνικά, 한국어,
Magyar, Čeština, ‫العربية‬ , Türkçe, Việt,
日本語, ไทย, ‫فارسی‬ , ‫ תירבע‬, Dansk,
Fran. can.
Off, On
Std, Black, Blue
Audio
Volume
Mute
Language
Settings 1
4th layer
Advanced 1
Security Lock
Splash Logo
Closed
Captioning
Keypad Lock
3D Setting
Advanced 2
Test Pattern
H Image Shift
V Image Shift
4 Corner
Off, On
Off, On
3D
Off, DLP-Link, IR
3D Sync Invert Off, On
Frame Sequential, Top/Bottom, Side-By3D Format
Side, Frame Packing (3D FramePacking
HDMI source only)
None, RGB Ramps, Color Bars, Step
Bars, Checkboard, Grid, Horizontal lines,
Vertical lines, Diagonal lines, Horizontal
Ramp, Vertical Ramp, White, Red,
Green, Blue, Black
-50 ~ 50
-50 ~ 50
0 ~ 60
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OSD menu tree
1st layer
2nd layer
Auto Source
No Signal Power Off
Auto Power On
3rd layer
Laser Mode
Reset All
Status
Translucent
Menu
Low Power
Mode
Fan Speed
Laser Info
Advanced 1
Remote ID
Network
HDBaseT/IR
Sleep Timer
Advanced 2
Custom Light
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Selections
Off, On
0 ~ 180
Off, On
Normal, Eco, Eco Plus, Dimming,
Extreme Dimming, Custom Light
Active Source
Video
Information
Laser Hours
Software
Version
Remote ID
Serial Number
Menu Position
Settings 2
4th layer
Source Filter
,
,
,
,
0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%
On, On by LAN
Normal, High
Normal, Eco, Eco Plus, Dimming,
Extreme Dimming, Custom Light
Default, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Network State
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS
Apply
HDBaseT– IR/
Off, On
RS232/RJ45
Front IR
On, Off
Rear IR
On, Off
0 ~ 600
HDMI 1
Disable, Enable
HDMI 2
Disable, Enable
HDMI 3 /
Disable, Enable
MHL
VGA
Disable, Enable
Composite
Disable, Enable
Video
HDBaseT
Disable, Enable
25 ~ 100
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OSD description
1. Press MENU on the remote control or on the side of the projector to bring up the OSD menu.
2. You will see three main menus (Image, Settings 1 and Settings 2).
3. Press ◄► to move to the main menu. Press ▲▼ to select the desired sub menu. Press ◄► to
enter and change values for settings.
4. Press MENU to return to the previous menu.
5. From the main menu, press MENU to close the OSD menu.
6. Some items do not work at the condition of Source, Input signal and Menu setting.
7. Picture may be incorrect when the parameter value is exceeded.
Image
Display Mode
Press ◄► to select a display mode.
•Presentation
Use this mode in a typical office situation. The brightness of this mode is between Bright and
Game.
•Bright
When projector in the high ambient light conditions, you can select this mode to get the brightness
image Performance. Use this mode in high ambient light situations.
•Game
Suitable for playing video games in a bright living room.
•Movie
For home theater.
•Vivid
With well-saturated color, fine-tuned sharpness and a higher brightness level, this is perfect for
watching movies in a living room where there is a small amount of ambient light.
•TV
Display mode adjusts the settings to offer a more television-like experience.
•sRGB
Maximizes the purity of RGB colors to provide true-to-life images regardless of brightness setting.
It is most suitable for viewing photos taken with an sRGB compatible and properly calibrated
camera, and for viewing PC graphic and drawing applications such as AutoCAD.
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•DICOM SIM
This display mode simulates the grayscale/gamma performance of equipment used for “Digital
Imaging and Communications in Medicine” (DICOM).
Important: This mode should NEVER be used for medical diagnosis, it is for education/training
purposes only.
•User1, User2
Recalls the settings customized based on the current available picture modes.
Note: Valid only when Display Mode is USER1/2 and input is RGB signal.
Brightness
Press ◄► to adjust the brightness of the projected picture. You can connect the projector to an
external picture source to display a picture resembling the one shown (PLUGE: Picture Line-Up
Generation Equipment) for adjustment. Although there are numerous versions of PLUGE picture, they
are typically comprised of blocks of black, white and gray on top of a black background.
It is recommended that you adjust the picture to the following status:
•The darkest black bar of the picture should disappear into the
background.
•The dark gray area should be barely visible.
•The light gray area should be clearly visible.
•The white area should appear real and mellow.
•The picture should only display black, gray and white (with no
other colors).
Note: Contrast, Brightness, Color and Tint are interrelated options that affect one another; when
you adjust one of them, you might have to fine tune other settings to get the best projection
results.
Fig 4 on Page 53 illustrates the results of direct brightness adjustment using a random picture:
Contrast
Press ◄► to adjust the contrast of the projected picture. You can
connect the projector to an external picture source to display a picture
resembling the right figure for adjustment. It is recommended that
you adjust the projected picture according to the results shown in the
right figure so that the brightness of the spectrum remains constant
throughout and achieves maximum contrast between black and white.
Fig 5 on Page 53 illustrates the results of direct contrast adjustment using a random picture:
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Computer
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Computer menu.
•Horizontal Position
Press ◄► to adjust the projected picture’s horizontal position.
If the projected picture is not at the center of the screen (i.e. shifted to right or left) and ends up
being cropped, use this function to adjust the picture’s horizontal position. The following picture is
an example of test picture from an external signal source:
•Vertical Position
Press ◄► to adjust the projected picture’s vertical position.
If the projected picture is not at the center of the screen (i.e. shifted up or down) and ends up being
cropped, use this function to adjust the picture’s vertical position. The following picture is an
example of test picture from an external signal source:
It is recommended that when adjusting the picture, the horizontal total should be adjusted before
the horizontal phase. However, if the picture still flickers even after you have adjusted both, try
lowering the picture noise.
•H Phase
Press ◄► to adjust the projected picture’s phase.
Use this function to adjust the phase of pixel sampling clock (relative to input signal). Should the
picture still flicker or show noise (i.e. edges on texts) after optimization, adjust phase accordingly.
•Tracking
Press ◄► to enter and adjust the A/D sampling dot.
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Auto Image
When Auto image was selected in the OSD menu, press ENTER to execute the automatic picture
adjustment function.
By executing this function, the projector will resync the picture. Use this function when the
picture source is unstable or when you notice deterioration in picture quality and the projector will
automatically adjust the picture size, phase and timing. (The adjustment also applies to PinP input
source).
This function is identical to AUTO on the remote control. You can simply use the hot key on the
remote control to execute this function.
Advanced
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Advanced menu.
•Brilliant Color
Press ◄► to adjust the brilliant color of the projected image.
This feature utilizes a new color-processing algorithm and system level enhancements to enable
higher brightness while providing truer, more vibrant colors.
•Sharpness
The adjustment of sharpness primarily changes the value of high frequency detail. You can connect
the projector to an external picture source to display a picture resembling the one shown below to
adjust the picture sharpness.
Fig 8 on Page 53 illustrates the results of direct sharpness adjustment using a random picture:
•Gamma
This function can change the gamma-characteristic.
You can choose gamma from 1.8/2.0/2.2/2.4/B&W/Linear.
•Color Temperature
You can choose from Warm, Normal and Cold.
Color temperature refers to the change in light color under different energies that is perceived by
the naked eye. The change of color temperature from Warm to Cold for visible light goes from
orange red → white → blue
.
As color temperature rises, the picture will appear to be bluer; as it decreases, the picture will
appear redder. When you choose “Native”, the projector will disable the white adjustment function
of the input device.
•Video AGC
Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable the Automatic Gain Control for video source.
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•Video Saturation
Press ◄► to adjust the color saturation of the projected image.
Fig 6 illustrates the results of direct brightness adjustment using a random picture:
•Video Tint
Press ◄► to adjust the ratio of red to green in the color portion of the image.
Fig 7 illustrates the results of direct brightness adjustment using a random picture:
Fig 4
Fig 5
Fig 6
◄ Reduced brightness
◄ Lowered contrast
◄ Reduced color
Enhanced brightness ►
Enhanced contrast ►
Enhanced color ►
Fig 7
Fig 8
◄ Reduced tint
◄ Reduced sharpness
Enhanced tint ►
Enhanced sharpness ►
Original picture
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•White Balance
Regardless of the change in ambient light, the human eye is equipped with an automatic adjustment
mechanism that makes a white object appear white and black object black. However, since no
machine has such an incredible innate feature, you may need to make certain adjustments to the
projector’s settings when the ambient light changes so that the picture will appear closer to the
actual colors.
Gain
This refers to the control of color imbalance in the brighter areas of the projected picture. It is
recommended that you use an external test picture with many areas of white (i.e. a picture of
80IRE-window). If you notice minimal amount of red, green or blue in the gray areas, lower the
gain of the corresponding color accordingly. This function is used to increase or decrease the range
of color input for the entire picture.
Generally speaking, as gain increases, the contrast of the picture will become lower. By increasing
the offset, the picture brightness will become lower.
Offset
This refers to the control of color imbalance in the darker areas of the projected picture. It is
recommended that you use an external test picture with many areas of dark and gray colors (i.e. a
picture of 30IRE-window). If you notice minimal amount of red, green or blue in the gray areas,
adjust the offset of the corresponding color accordingly. This function will shift the entire color
spectrum for the whole picture and change its brightness.
•Red Gain
Press ◄► to adjust the gain of red in bright scales.
•Green Gain
Press ◄► to adjust the gain of green in bright scales.
•Blue Gain
Press ◄► to adjust the gain of blue in bright scales.
•Red Offset
Press ◄► to adjust the offset of red in dark scales.
•Green Offset
Press ◄► to adjust the offset of green in dark scales.
•Blue Offset
Press ◄► to adjust the offset of blue in dark scales.
This function is available only when Display Mode is set to USER-1/2 and the input is RGB signal.
Color Manager
This function can be used to adjust the colors.
Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow can be
adjusted by Hue, Saturation, Gain.
White can be adjusted by the Gain of Red, Green and
Blue.
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Settings 1
Source
This function is same as the hotkey which on Remote controller. You can use remote controller or this
function to select the correct input source.
•HDMI1
HDMI input from PC or media device.
•HDMI2
HDMI input from PC or media device.
•HDMI3 / MHL
Connect to a MHL-compatible device by using an HDMI/MHL cable.
•VGA
Analog RGB from PC.
•Composite Video
Video input from traditional composite video.
•HDBaseT
Uncompressed digital video from HDBaseT device.
Projection
Use these function to install the projection mode. Has below 4 mode can select:
•Normal
Refer to Page 25 : “Normal” for detailed information.
•Ceiling
Refer to Page 26 : “Ceiling” for detailed information.
•Rear
Refer to Page 26 : “Rear” for detailed information.
•Rear + Ceiling
Refer to Page 26 : “Rear + Ceiling” for detailed information.
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Aspect Ratio
Use this function to adjust the aspect ratio of the projected picture. Press ◄► to adjust the ratio of
picture length and width.
The projector’s full picture size is 16:10 (1920×1200 dots). The following diagram illustrates the
difference in various aspect ratio settings:
Note: When used for commercial purposes, including: projection of picture in movie theaters,
hotels, cafeteria and other public venues, compression or extension of picture achieved
through the change of aspect ratio may constitute copyright infringement to the rightful
owner of the picture. Please do so at your own discretion.
Keystone
Press ▲▼◄► to correct horizontal keystone due to projection angle. Refer to Page 45 :
“Correcting keystone”.
Digital Zoom
Press ◄► to zoom in the projected image.
Audio
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Audio menu.
•Volume
Press ◄► to enter and adjust the audio volume.
•Mute
Press ◄► to enter and turn on or off the speaker.
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Advanced 1
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Advanced 1 menu.
•Language
You can use this function to select the language you wish for the OSD menu to be displayed in.
The options are English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Simplified_Chinese, Traditional_
Chinese, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Finnish, Greek, Korean, Hungarian,
Czech, Arabic, Turkish, Vietnamese, Japanese, Thai, Farsi, Hebrew, Danish, French Canadian.
•Security Lock
Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable security lock function. Refer to Page 40 : “Setting an
access password (security lock)”.
•Splash Logo
You can use this function to have the projector display the logo in the start up screen. Set “Std” to
display the logo during start up.
If you wish to not show the logo while no input is detected, you can change the setting to Black or
Blue.
•Closed Captioning
Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable Closed Captioning.
•Keypad Lock
Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable keys can be work on keypad.
Note: Hold ▼ on keypad for 5 seconds to unlock keypad.
•3D Setting
Press ENTER / ► to enter the 3D Setting menu.
•3D
Press ◄► to enter and select different 3D mode. The options are Off, DLP-Link and IR.
•3D Sync Invert
Press ◄► to enable or disable 3D Sync Invert.
•3D Format
Press ◄► to select the 3D format. The options are Frame Sequential, Top/Bottom, Side-By-Side,
Frame Packing.
Note: 3D Frame Packing HDMI source only.
Note: The 3D OSD menu item is gray if there is no appropriate 3D source. This is the default
setting.
Note: When the projector is connected to an appropriate 3D source, the 3D OSD menu item is
enabled for selection.
Note: Use 3D glasses to view a 3D image.
Note: You need 3D content from a 3D DVD or 3D media file.
Note: You need to enable the 3D source (some 3D DVD content may have a 3D on-off selection
feature).
Note: You need DLP link 3D or IR 3D shutter glasses. With IR 3D shutter glasses, you need to
install a driver on your PC and connect a USB emitter.
Note: The 3D mode of the OSD needs to match the type of glasses (DLP link or IR 3D).
Note: Power on the glasses. Glasses normally have a power on -off switch. Each type of glasses
has their own configuration instructions. Please follow the configuration instructions that
come with your glasses to finish the setup process.
Note: Passive 3D is not going to support thru 3D Sync In/Out.
Note: Since different types of glass (DLP link or IR shutter glass) have their own setting
instructions, please follow the guide to finish the setup process.
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Advanced 2
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Advanced 2 menu.
•Test Pattern
The projector comes with some standard built-in patterns for testers to calibrate the equipment.
The options are RGB Ramps, Color Bars, Step Bars, Checkboard, Grid, Horizontal lines, Vertical
lines, Diagonal lines, Horizontal Ramp, Vertical Ramp, White, Red, Green, Blue, Black and Off.
•H Image Shift
Press ◄► to enter and set whole Image horizontal shift without cropped.
•V Image Shift
Press ◄► to enter and set whole Image vertical shift without cropped.
4 Corner
Press ▲▼◄► to correct 4 corner picture bias.
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Press ▲▼◄► to correct top
left corner picture bias
Press ▲▼◄► to correct top
left corner picture bias
Press ▲▼◄► to correct
bottom left corner picture bias
Press ▲▼◄► to correct
bottom right corner picture bias
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Settings 2
Auto Source
•ON
By enabling this function, the projector will automatically determine the source of input every time
it is turned on so that the user will not have to make the selection on the OSD menu.
•OFF
Setting the function off will require the user to specify source of picture input on the OSD menu in
order for the projector to display the intended picture.
No Signal Power Off
Allows the projector to turn off automatically if no input signal is detected after a set period of time.
When this setting is set to 0, this function is invalid.
Auto Power On
If you set this function to On, the light source will be automatically turned on without usual
procedure, when the AC power is cut off during the light source was on and it is supplied again.
The light source will not be turned on automatically even when the AC power is supplied after the
following procedures. Please turn on the light source with the usual procedure.
•The light source was turned off with the normal procedure.
•The light source was turned off when this function is set to Off.
Laser Mode
•Normal
Brightness will be 100% when set to Normal mode. If the projection environment requires brighter
picture, you can set the power mode to Normal for the highest projection brightness.
Note: When the temperature is higher than 35°C (95°F) , the brightness will be 60%
automatically.
•Eco
When set to Eco mode, the brightness will be 80% of the normal brightness.
•Eco Plus
When set to Eco Plus mode, the brightness will be 60% of the normal brightness.
•Dimming
When set to Dimming mode, the brightness will be 40% of the normal brightness.
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•Extreme Dimming
When set to Extreme Dimming mode, the brightness will be 25% of the normal brightness. The
cooling fan will slow down the speed. If the surrounding environment is sufficiently dark or if you
do not require intense brightness, you can set the power mode to Extreme Dimming to save the
power.
•Custom Light
If the picture brightness at Extreme Dimming mode is too dark for you and the Normal mode
gets too bright, you can set it to custom to specify the power mode to make fine adjustments to the
brightness of the projected picture. You could encounter situations where the picture from projector
A being brighter than projector B. When this occurs, you can use this function you could encounter
situations where the picture from projector A being brighter than projector B. When this occurs,
you can use this function to fine tune the brightness of the two projectors to achieve consistent
picture brightness. To access this function, go to the MENU  Settings 2  Laser Mode 
Custom Light and adjust accordingly.
Reset All
Press ENTER / ► to reset all settings to default values.
Note: All of OSD function are reset to default except Language, Security Lock, Source,
3D(include Sync Invert & Format), Test Pattern, Remote ID, Network.
Status
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Status menu.
•Active Source
Display the activated source.
•Video Information
Displays resolution/video information for RGB source and color standard for Video source.
•Laser Hours
Laser hour used information is displayed.
•Software Version
Showing system software version.
•Remote ID
Showing Remote Controller ID.
•Serial Number
Showing serial number of product.
Advanced 1
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Advanced 1 menu.
•Menu Position
You can use this function to designate which area on the picture the OSD menu will appear. As you
can see from the diagram below, there are five positions where you can choose to have the OSD
menu displayed. The default setting is “Center”.
•Translucent Menu
Press ◄► to enter and select OSD background translucent level.
•Low Power Mode
Press ◄► to enter and turn Low Power Mode On or On By Lan.
Note: About “On By Lan”, RJ45 will support to be waked up in this mode(Under 3W) but scalar
won’t.
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•Fan Speed
Use this function to control the projector's cooling fan. You can set it to Normal or High. The
default setting is Normal.
Under normal circumstances, the projector will operate normally with this function set to Normal.
By default, the projector will detect the temperature of the surrounding environment to regulate the
speed of the cooling fan. When the ambient temperature rises, fan speed will increase (generates
louder noise) to make sure the heat inside the projector gets discharged and keep the projector
working normally.
However, if you were to operate the projector in environment of excessive heat or in areas of
high altitude, the projector may automatically shut down. When this happens, you can enable
this function by setting it to High to force the cooling fan to work at a full speed to regulate the
temperature inside the projector.
Note: We recommend selecting high speed in high temperatures, high humidity, or high altitude
(higher than 1520 meters (5000 feet)) areas. Please refer to Page Page 75.
Note: Due to the air thinning substantially at high altitudes, the result of cooling achieved by
the cooling fan is significantly reduced compared to operation on level ground. With low
atmospheric pressure and high operating temperature, the cooling fan will not be able to
disperse the heat adequately.
Note: When change fan speed need to re-turn on the projector again.
•Laser Info
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Laser Info menu to display the laser hours for each laser mode.
•Remote ID
Press ◄► to select remote ID to fit the current remote ID settings. Refer to Page 21 : “Remote
control”.
Note: Remoter with Default customer code will be available for any Remote ID setting on the
OSD.
Note: Status key will be available for any Remote ID setting on the OSD
Note: IF users forget the current Remote ID setting, please press the Status key to call out the
Status OSD to check the current Remote ID setting and then adjust the ID on the remoter
to meet the OSD setting.
Note: After adjusting Remote ID from OSD, only if the OSD Menu has been closed then the new
ID value can be taken effected and memorized.
Note: The setting value “Default” means ID 0 on the remoter.
•Network
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Network menu.
•Network State
Projector Control: Choice this fuction to control the projector via the web.
On: This function only for the professional service person. For download command use.
•DHCP
If the projector installation environment has the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server.
You can set this function “ON” to let the projector get the auto ID from server. If no DHCP, even
you set “ON” for this function. You still need to input the projector ID by yourself.
•IP Address
If has DHCP server and the function is on. The ID address will auto display here , or you need to
enter ID by yourself.
•Subnet Mask
If has DHCP server and the function is on. The Subnet Mask address will auto display here , or
you need to enter it value by yourself.
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•Gateway
If has DHCP server and the function is on. The Gateway address will auto display here , or you
need to enter it value by yourself.
•DNS
If has DHCP server and the function is on. The DNS address will auto display here , or you need
to enter it value by yourself.
•Apply
Press ENTER / ► to confirm settings.
LAN_RJ45
Wired LAN terminal functionalites
Remote control and monitoring of a projector from a PC (or laptop) via wired LAN is also possible.
Compatibility with Crestron / AMX (Device Discovery) control boxes enables not only collective
projector management on a network but also management from a control panel on a PC (or Laptop)
browser screen.
•Crestron is a registered trademark of Crestron Electronics, Inc. of the United States.
•AMX is a registered trademark of AMX LLC of the United States.
•PJLink applied for trademark and logo registration in Japan, the United States of America, and
other countries by JBMIA.
Supported External Devices
This projector is supported by the specified commands of the Crestron Electronics controller and
related software (ex, RoomView®).
http://www.crestron.com/
This projector is supported by AMX (Device Discovery).
http://www.amx.com/
This projector supports all commands of PJLink Class1 (Version 1.00).
http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
For more detail of information about the diverse types of external devices which can be connected
to the LAN/RJ45 port and remote/control the projector, as well as the related control commands
supporting for each external device, kindly please get contact with the Support-Service team
directly.
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LAN_RJ45
1. Connect an RJ45 cable to RJ45 ports on the projector and the PC (Laptop).
2. On the PC (Laptop), select Start  Control Panel  Network and Internet.
3. Right-click on Local Area Connection, and select Properties.
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4. In the Properties window, select the Networking tab, and select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
5. Click Properties.
6. Click Use the following IP address and fill in the IP address and Subnet mask, then click OK.
7. Press MENU on the projector.
8. Select MENU  Settings 2  Advanced 1  Network.
9. After getting into Network, input the following:
DHCP: Off
IP Address: 10.10.10.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 0.0.0.0
DNS Server: 0.0.0.0
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10.Press ENTER / ► to confirm settings.
Open a web browser.
(for example, Microsoft Internet Explorer with Adobe Flash Player 9.0 or higher).
11.In the Address bar, input the IP address: 10.10.10.10.
12.Press ENTER / ►.
The projector is setup for remote management. The LAN/RJ45 function displays as follows.
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Category
Crestron Control
Projector
Network Configuration
User Password
Admin Password
Item
IP Address
IP ID
Port
Projector Name
Location
Assigned To
DHCP (Enabled)
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS Server
Enabled
New Password
Confirm
Enabled
New Password
Confirm
For more information, please visit http://www.crestron.com.
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Input-length
15
3
5
25
25
25
(N/A)
15
15
15
15
(N/A)
10
10
(N/A)
10
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Preparing email alerts
1. Make sure that user can access the homepage of LAN RJ45 function by web browser (for example, Microsoft Internet Explorer 11).
2. From the homepage of LAN/RJ45, click Alert Settings.
3. By default, these input boxes in Alert Settings are blank.
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4. For Sending alert mail, input the following:
The SMTP field is the mail server for sending out email (SMTP protocol). This is a required
field.
The To field is the recipient’s email address (for example, the projector administrator). This is a
required field.
The Cc field sends a carbon copy of the alert to the specified email address. This is an optional
field (for example, the projector administrator’s assistant).
The From field is the sender’s email address (for example, the projector administrator). This is a
required field.
Select the alert conditions by checking the desired boxes.
Note: Fill in all fields as specified. User can click Send Test Mail to test what setting is correct.
For successful sending an e-mail alert, you must select alert conditions and enter a correct
e-mail address.
RS232 by telnet function
Besides projector connected to RS232 interface with “Hyper-Terminal” communication by
dedicated RS232 command control, there is alternative RS232 command control way, so called
“RS232 by TELNET” for LAN/RJ45 interface.
Specsheet for “RS232 by TELNET”:
1. Telnet: TCP
2. Telnet port: 23
(for more detail, kindly please get contact with the service agent or team)
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•HDBaseT/IR
Press ENTER / ► to enter the HDBaseT/IR menu.
•HDBaseT– IR/RS232/RJ45
Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable HDBaseT–IR/RS232/RJ45 Control.
•Front IR
Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable Front IR.
•Rear IR
Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable Rear IR.
Note: Enable HDBaseT– IR/RS232/RJ45 control function when you desire to use HDBaseT TX
box. (Remove RS232 and RJ45/LAN control function from Projector to HDBaseT TX box.)
See HDBaseT– IR/RS232/RJ45 control function table.
Note: When HDBaseT– IR/RS232/RJ45 enable, Low Power Mode will auto set to HDBaseT.
Note: HDBaseT– IR/RS232/RJ45 control is disabled when the HDBaseT TX box signal is cutoff.
HDBaseT– IR/RS232/RJ45 control function table
Projector Mode
Control
Side
Projector
HDBaseT
TX Box
Function
HDBaseT control
Enable Low Power Remark
Mode On by
HDBaseT (<6W)
Low Power Mode
On (<0.5W)
Low Power Mode
On by Lan (<3W)
Front-IR (wireless)
O
O
O (Can disable by
OSD)
Rear-IR (wireless)
O
O
O (Can disable by
OSD)
RS-232
O
O
X
RJ45/LAN
X
O
X
HDBT-IR (wireless)
X
X
O
RS-232
X
X
O
RJ45/LAN
X
X
O
Wired remote
X
X
O
User can connect wired
remote at HDBaseT TX
side to get the wired
function.
O: Enable X: Disable
Advanced 2
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Advanced 2 menu.
•Sleep Timer
Press ◄► to enter and set sleep timer. The projector automatically turns off after the preset period
of time.
•Source Filter
Press ENTER / ► to enter the Source Filter menu.
Press ◄► to enter and enable or disable the desire source.
Custom Light
In Custom Light mode press ◄► to enter and adjust the brightness of the projectors to similarity.
Note: When Laser Mode set to Custom Light, Custom Light function Enable.
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Cleaning
Cleaning
Turn off the projector and unplug the power before cleaning. Suggest to wait at least 45 minute to let
the projector cool down.
Cleaning the cabinet
•Use a dry soft cloth to wipe off the cabinet dust.
Note: Not suggest to use cleanser. If too dirty, only use little neutral detergent to clean the
cabinet.
•Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the cabinet.
Note: Poor ventilation causes overheat and reducing the life of the laser module.
Note: Need to clean the interior of machine, please contact your dealer.
Cleaning the lens
•Cleaning tool should include soft fur air brush, lens cleaning paper, lens cleaning fluid, soft cloth.
Note: You can buy these items from the Camera stores.
•Use soft fur air brush to blow off dust on the lens surface. Then gently brush the surface dust.
Note: The action should be gentle.
•Fold the lens cleaning paper and add few drops of cleaning liquid on paper, follow the clockwise or
counterclockwise direction to wipe lightly from center to outside.
Note: Cleaning liquid can't be added directly to the lens surface.
To avoide scratch the lens, do not wipe straightly back and forth.
•After the lens cleaning fluid a little dry. Get a new clean cleaning paper and using the same method
to clean the lens.
•Finally, wipe the lens with a soft cloth.
Note: Not every time need to use the above method to clean the lens in the case that the lens has
a difficulty to remove soiled place.
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Using the Kensington® lock
Using the Kensington® lock
Worry about the security of the projector. You can use Kensington lock the projector to avoid it be
stolen.
Note: For Kensington lock detail installation inormation. Please contact to the dealer.
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Simple troubleshooting
Simple troubleshooting
The following table offers a list of common problems with projectors and how to troubleshoot. If
the recommended solutions fail to resolve your problem, contact your local dealer to arrange for
servicing; do not attempt to service the projector by yourself.
Problem
You cannot turn on the
projector.
The remote control does not
operate normally.
Possible cause
Solution
1. T
he projector may be unplugged.
2. T he AC socket may be faulty.
1. P
lug the projector's power cord into a
wall outlet.
2. Make sure the AC socket is working
properly.
1. T
he battery might have run out.
2. You might have inserted the batteries in the
wrong orientations.
3. You may be operating the remote control
too far away from the projector's IR
sensor or exceeded the maximum angle
of signal reception ; there might be an
obstacle between the projector and the
remote control. Possibility interference of
fluorescent light or direct sunlight.
4. T
he remote control’s address is not
consistent with the projector’s address.
5. R
emote control is disabled by OSD menu.
1. Replace new batteries.
2. Make sure the batteries are inserted in
the right orientation.
3. Adjust the distance/angle between the
projector and the remote control and try
again; if there are obstacles between the
projector and the remote or source of
intense light near the IR sensor resolve
these situations and try again.
4. R
efer to Page 61 : “Remote ID” for
detail information.
5. R
efer to MENU  Settings 2 
Advanced  Front IR or Rear IR for
detail information.
1. T
he projector may not be turned on properly
or you have not selected the correct input
source.
You are able to turn on the
2. You might not have connected the source
device correctly or the source might not be
projector and access the OSD
connected to the projector at all.
Menu but no picture appears.
3. Auto blank function maybe available
because of no signal input.
4. B
lank function maybe available.
1. M
ake sure the projector is turned on
properly and select the correct input
source.
2. Check the connection between the
projector and the input device.
3. Select input source or connect the source
device.
4. Press BLANK on the remote control.
You can turn on the
projector. But projector
display nothing on screen.
No image on screen. Only the sound of the
machine operation.
Press BLANK of the remote control.
You have connected the
projector to a DVD player
as the input source but the
picture appears broken.
The DVD player is connected to the projector
through component cables and you have set it
to progressive scan.
Disable the progress scanning function on
the DVD player.
The picture looks dim.
1. The
picture brightness, contrast, color and
1. A
djust the picture brightness, contrast,
tint might need proper adjustment.
color and tint.
2. T he Laser Mode setting Extreme Dimming 2. Refer to Page 59 : “Laser Mode” to
mode
adjust the Laser mode.
The picture is too bright or
the bright areas are blurry.
The contrast might have been set too high.
Lower contrast settings.
The picture appears washed
out or the dark areas appear
too bright.
The picture brightness might have been set too
high.
Lower brightness settings.
1. T
he lens may not be in focus.
2. T he temperature or humidity of the
projector's working environment may have
changed in mid operation (i.e. going from
cold to warm or dry to humid), leading
to condensation of moisture inside the
projector.
1. A
djust lens focus.
2. Turn of the projector first and wait for the
moisture in the projector to evaporate.
The picture is blurry.
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Problem
The color of the picture
looks pale.
The picture flashes
occasionally.
The noise from the cooling
fan suddenly grew louder.
The LED indicator on the
projector’s top panel is
blinking in red.
Possible cause
Solution
1. T
he input signal type might not have been
connected properly.
2. T he Color is not correct setting.
1. C
heck to make sure that the connections
between the projector and the input
device are correct.
2. Press Menu to adjust the color related
setting.
1. T
he cables might not have been properly
connected or the input device itself may be
faulty.
1. M
ake sure the connector and the input
device have been properly connected;
check to see if the input device is in
normal working order.
1. T
he temperature inside the projector might
have risen.
2. T he OSD menu set the High mode
1. W
hen the temperature inside the
projector rises, the cooling fan will
operate at a higher speed to discharge the
internal heat more rapidly.
2. Set the Fan Speed to Normal if the
projector is under 1520 meters (5000
feet). Refer to Page 61 and Page 75..
The cooling fan, power....etc. could be faulty.
Refer to the definition of Page 73 : “LED
status”.
1. D
uring projection, the
The light module might have been damaged;
light suddenly goes off
check the LED indicator on the front of the
and the picture disappears. projector and see if it is blinking in red.
2. T he lights does not turn on
even when the projector
has been turned on.
The light module has reached the end of its
service life; please replace it.
LED status
SYS_ERR_NO_ERROR
LED
Power
Blink
Light
-
Temp
-
SYS_ERR_THBREAK
4
-
-
SYS_ERR_G7932
4
2
SYS_ERR_G7931_1
4
3
SYS_ERR_G781_1
4
5
SYS_ERR_G781_2
4
6
SYS_ERR_ADS1015
4
7
SYS_ERR_TMP100
4
8
SYS_ERR_DRIVERBOARD_Speed_CW
8
2
-
SYS_ERR_DRIVERBOARD_Speed_PW
8
3
-
SYS_ERR_DRIVERBOARD_54V
8
4
-
SYS_ERR_DRIVERBOARD_Temp
8
5
-
SYS_ERR_DRIVERBOARD_SCI
8
6
-
Error
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Simple troubleshooting
SYS_ERR_FAN1LOCK
LED
Power
6
Light
1
Temp
-
SYS_ERR_FAN2LOCK
6
2
-
SYS_ERR_FAN3LOCK
6
3
-
SYS_ERR_FAN4LOCK
6
4
-
SYS_ERR_FAN5LOCK
6
5
-
SYS_ERR_FAN7LOCK
6
7
-
SYS_ERR_CASEOPEN
7
-
-
SYS_ERR_DAD
8
-
-
SYS_ERR_CWSPIN
9
-
-
SYS_ERR_PWSPIN
9
1
-
SYS_ERR_OVERTEMP_T1
-
1
Fix
SYS_ERR_I2C_T1
-
1
Fix
SYS_ERR_OPEN_T1
-
1
Fix
SYS_ERR_OVERTEMP_T2
-
2
Fix
SYS_ERR_I2C_T2
-
2
Fix
SYS_ERR_OPEN_T2
-
2
Fix
SYS_ERR_OVERTEMP_T3
-
3
Fix
SYS_ERR_I2C_T3
-
3
Fix
SYS_ERR_OPEN_T3
-
3
Fix
SYS_ERR_OVERTEMP_T4
-
4
Fix
SYS_ERR_I2C_T4
-
4
Fix
SYS_ERR_OPEN_T4
-
4
Fix
SYS_ERR_OVERTEMP_T5
-
5
Fix
SYS_ERR_I2C_T5
-
5
Fix
SYS_ERR_OPEN_T5
-
5
Fix
SYS_WARNING_LASER_LIFE
-
Fix
-
Error
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Specifications
Specifications
Specifications
Description
Specifications
Model Name
LP-WU6500
Resolution
1920 × 1200 (Native)
Micro display
1 x 0.67" WUXGA DMD
Light
Laser Diode: 4 Banks
Green and Red by laser phosphor
Blue by diffuse laser
Input/Output ports
1 x COMPUTER IN (D-SUB)
1 x RS-232
1 x HDBaseT
1 x RJ45 (10/100 Mbps)
1 x USB Power
1 x 3D Sync
1 x Video
1 x Service
1 x Audio In (L/R)
1 x Audio In
2 x HDMI
1 x HDMI/MHL
1 x Monitor Out
1 x Audio Out (3.5mm, mini jack)
Power supply/Rated current
100V - 240V: 5A
Power consumption
100V - 240V: 500W
Standby power consumption
0.5W max power when Low Power Mode setting is “ON”
Maximum input resolution
1920 × 1200
Operating temperature and humidity
0~40°C(32~104°F), 10~85% (No condensing)
Altitude temperature
0~1520m (0~5000 feet): 0~40°C (32~104°F)
Note: >35°C:brightness 60%
1520~3050m (5000~10000 feet): 0~40°C (32~104°F)
Note: >25°C:brightness 60%
Storage temperature and humidity
-20°C–60°C(-4°F~140°F), 5%–95% RH (No condensation)
Weight
Approximately 11.4 kg
Optional parts
Ceiling mount equipment
HAS-204L (Standard ceiling mount)
HAS-304H (Long ceiling mount)
HAS-104S (Short ceiling mount)
HAS-L5000 (Attachment bracket)
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Specifications
Supported signal input modes
Signal
Format
PCLK
MHZ
31.469
59.94
25.175
X
X
VESA DMT
37.500
74.99
31.500
X
X
VESA DMT
37.684
74.77
30.750
X
X
VESA CVT
37.650
75.00
30.722
X
X
VESA GTF
43.269
85.00
36.000
X
X
VESA DMT
42.892
84.60
35.000
X
X
VESA CVT
42.925
85.00
35.714
X
X
VESA GTF
37.879
60.32
40.000
X
X
VESA DMT
37.354
59.86
38.250
X
X
VESA CVT
37.320
60.00
38.216
X
VESA GTF
46.875
75.00
49.500
X
X
VESA DMT
47.115
74.91
49.000
X
X
VESA CVT
47.025
75.00
48.906
X
VESA GTF
53.674
85.06
56.250
X
X
VESA DMT
53.741
84.90
56.750
X
X
VESA CVT
53.550
85.00
56.549
X
VESA GTF
23.674
47.95
25.000
X
X
VESA CVT
31.020
60.00
33.750
X
X
VESA DMT
29.830
59.66
31.500
X
X
VESA CVT
29.820
60.00
31.490
X
VESA GTF
48.363
60.00
65.000
X
X
VESA DMT
47.816
59.92
63.500
X
X
VESA CVT
47.700
60.00
64.109
X
X
VESA GTF
60.023
75.00
78.750
X
X
VESA DMT
60.294
74.90
82.000
X
X
VESA CVT
60.150
75.00
81.804
X
X
VESA GTF
68.677
85.00
94.500
X
X
VESA DMT
68.677
84.89
94.500
X
X
VESA CVT
68.595
85.00
94.387
X
X
VESA GTF
35.531
47.95
57.987
63.981
60.02
108.000
X
X
VESA DMT
63.668
59.89
109.000
X
X
VESA CVT
63.600
60.00
108.883
X
X
VESA GTF
79.976
75.02
135.000
X
X
VESA DMT
80.295
74.90
138.750
X
X
VESA CVT
80.175
75.00
138.542
X
X
VESA GTF
91.146
85.02
157.500
X
X
VESA DMT
91.456
84.84
159.500
X
X
VESA CVT
91.375
85.00
159.358
X
X
VESA GTF
75.000
60.00
162.000
X
X
VESA DMT
74.537
59.87
161.000
X
X
VESA CVT
74.520
60.00
160.963
X
X
VESA GTF
53.225
47.95
135.403
65.290
60.00
146.250
X
X
VESA DMT
65.290
59.95
146.250
X
X
VESA CVT
65.220
60.00
147.136
X
X
VESA GTF
1920x1200
61.816
50.00
158.250
X
X
VESA CVT
1920x1200
74.038
60.00
154.000
X
X
VESA CVT
65.317
60.00
121.750
X
X
VESA DMT
65.317
59.98
121.750
X
X
VESA CVT
65.220
60.00
122.614
X
X
VESA GTF
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
848 x 480
848 x 480
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
PC
1024 x 768
1280x720
1280x1024
1280x1024
1280x1024
1600x1200
1920x1080
1680x1050
1400X1050
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Component
VGA
"
VGA RGBHV
HDMI / HDBaseT
H Freq. Frame
KHz
Rate Hz
Resolution
RGB
YUV
8bit
Remark
10bit
12bit
VESA GTF
VESA CVT
Specifications
Signal
Format
PCLK
MHZ
47.712
60.00
85.500
X
X
VESA DMT
55.935
60.00
106.500
X
X
VESA DMT
55.935
59.89
106.500
55.920
60.00
106.472
X
X
VESA GTF
47.776
60.00
79.500
X
X
VESA DMT
47.776
59.87
79.500
X
X
VESA CVT
47.700
60.00
80.136
X
X
VESA GTF
49.702
60.00
83.500
X
X
VESA DMT
49.702
59.81
83.500
49.680
60.00
83.462
X
X
VESA GTF
60.000
60.00
108.000
X
X
VESA DMT
59.699
59.94
101.250
X
X
VESA CVT
59.640
60.00
102.104
X
VESA GTF
37.071
49.83
60.500
X
X
VESA CVT
37.050
50.00
60.466
X
X
VESA GTF
44.772
59.86
74.500
X
X
VESA CVT
44.760
60.00
74.481
X
X
VESA GTF
55.621
49.93
141.500
X
X
VESA CVT
37.050
50.00
60.466
44.760
60.00
74.481
55.990
59.95
118.250
X
X
VESA CVT
55.920
60.00
118.998
X
X
VESA GTF
60.000
60.00
108.000
X
X
VESA DMT
55.540
59.98
97.750
X
X
VESA CVT
47.720
59.80
84.750
X
X
VESA CVT
47.700
60.00
84.715
X
X
VESA GTF
640x480
35.000
66.67
30.240
X
X
Apple MAC
832x624
49.720
74.54
57.280
X
X
Apple MAC
480i
15.734
59.94
13.500
1440x480i
31.468
60.00
27.000
X
X
X
X
1440x576i
31.250
50.00
27.000
X
X
X
X
576i
15.625
50.00
13.500
X
480p
31.469
59.94
27.000
X
X
X
X
X
X
576p
31.250
50.00
27.000
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080i
28.125
50.00
74.250
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080i
33.716
59.94
74.176
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080i
33.750
60.00
74.250
X
X
X
X
X
X
720p
37.500
50.00
74.250
X
X
X
X
X
X
720p
44.955
59.94
74.176
X
X
X
X
X
X
720p
45.000
60.00
74.250
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080p
26.973
23.98
74.176
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080p
27.000
24.00
74.250
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080p
28.125
25.00
74.250
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080p
33.716
29.97
74.176
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080p
33.750
30.00
74.250
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080p
56.250
50.00
148.500
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080p
67.433
59.94
148.352
X
X
X
X
X
X
1080p
67.5
60.00
148.500
X
X
X
X
X
X
1366 x 768
1440 x 900
1280 x 768
1280 x 800
1280 x 960
PC
1280x720
1920x1080
1600 x 900
1600 x 900(RB)
1360 x 768
Apple
Mac
SDTV
EDTV
HDTV
Component
VGA
VGA RGBHV
HDMI / HDBaseT
H Freq. Frame
KHz
Rate Hz
Resolution
RGB
YUV
8bit
Remark
10bit
12bit
VESA CVT
VESA CVT
VESA GTF
VESA GTF
X
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Specifications
MHL timing format
Mode
V-Freq (KHz)
Frame Rate (Hz)
Pixel Clock (MHz)
720x480P 60
720x576P 50
720(1440)x480i 60
720(1440)x576i 50
1280x720P 60
1920x1080i 60
1920x1080i 50
1920x1080P 30
1920x1080P 60
1920x1080P 50
31.469
31.250
15.734
15.625
44.955
33.716
28.125
33.750
67.432
56.250
59.94
50
59.94
50
59.94
59.94
50
30
59.94
50
27.000
27.000
27.000
27.000
74.175
74.175
74.250
74.250
148.350 (#1)
148.500 (#1)
3D timing format
Resolution
Standard
V-Freq
(Hz)
V-Total
H-Freq HDMI1/2/3
(kHz)
(*1)
HDBaseT
(*1)
720p50
Frame Packing
1280x720
50
1470
37.5
X
X
720P60
Frame Packing
1280x720
60
1470
45
X
X
1080P23
Frame Packing
1920x1080
23.98
2205
27
X
X
1080P24
Frame Packing
1920x1080
24
2205
27
X
X
1080i50
Side-by-Side (Half)
1920x1080
50
1125
56
X
X
1080i59
Side-by-Side (Half)
1920x1080
60
1125
67
X
X
1080i60
Side-by-Side (Half)
1920x1080
60
1125
68
X
X
1080p50
Side-by-Side (Half)
1920x1080
50
1125
56
X
X
1080p59
Side-by-Side (Half)
1920x1080
60
1125
67
X
X
1080p60
Side-by-Side (Half)
1920x1080
60
1125
68
X
X
720p50
Top-and-Bottom
1280x720
50
750
38
X
X
720p59
Top-and-Bottom
1280x720
60
750
45
X
X
720p60
Top-and-Bottom
1280x720
60
750
45
X
X
1080p50
Top-and-Bottom
1920x1080
50
1125
56
X
X
1080p59
Top-and-Bottom
1920x1080
60
1125
67
X
X
1080p60
Top-and-Bottom
1920x1080
60
1125
68
X
X
1080p50
Frame Sequential
1920x1080
50
1125
56
X
X
1080p59
Frame Sequential
1920x1080
60
1125
67
X
X
1080p60
Frame Sequential
1920x1080
60
1125
68
X
X
*1: Base on IT6802 chip specification
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Remarks
Specifications
Dimensions
435.6
441.7
360.0
149.0
164.0
FOCUS
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Communication settings
Communication settings
RS-232 communication
When the projector connects to the computer by RS-232 communication, the projector can be
controlled with RS-232 commands from the computer. For details of RS-232 commands, refer to RS232 Communication command table.
Connection
1. Turn off the projector and the computer.
2. Connect the projector's RS-232 port and the computer's RS-232 port with a RS-232 cable
(crossover) . Use the cable that fulfills the specification shown in the figure
3. Turn the computer on, and after the computer has started up turn the projector on.
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Communication settings
1. Protocol
19200bps,8N1
2. Command format
("h" shows hexadecimal)
[Header code] [Packet] [Data size]
Set [BEh, EFh, 03h, 06h, 00h] to byte number 0~4.
[CRC flag]
For byte number 5, 6, refer to RS-232 Communication command table.
[Action]
Set functional code to byte number 7, 8.
<SET> = [01h, 00h], <GET> = [02h, 00h], <INCREMENT> =[04h, 00h]
<DECREMENT> = [05h, 00h], <EXECUTE> = [06h, 00h]
Refer to RS232 Communication command table
[Type] [Setting code]
For byte number 9~12 , , refer to RS-232 Communication command table.
3. Response code / Error code
("h" shows hexadecimal)
1. ACK reply: 06h
When the projector receives the Set, Increment, Decrement or Execute , command correctly, the
projector changes the setting data for the specified , item by [Type], and it returns the code.
2. NAK reply: 15h
When the projector cannot understand the received command, the projector , returns the error
code. In such a case, check the sending code and send the same command again.
3. Error reply: 1Ch + 0000h
When the projector cannot execute the received command for any reasons, the projector returns
the error code. In such a case, check the sending code and the setting status of the projector.
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Communication settings
4. Data reply: 1Dh + xxxxh
When the projector receives the GET command correctly, the projector returns the response
code and 2 bytes of data.
Note: For connecting the projector to your devices, please read the manual for each devices, and
connect them correctly with suitable cables.
Note: Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an undefined command or
data.
Note: Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.
Note: The projector outputs test data when the power supply is switched ON, and when the light
is lit. Ignore this data.
Note: Commands are not accepted during warm-up.
Note: When the data length is greater than indicated by the data length code, the projector
ignore the excess data code. Conversely when the data length is shorter than indicated by
the data length code, the projector returns the error code to the computer.
Command control via the network
When the projector connects network, the projector can be controlled with RS-232C commands from
the computer with web browser.
For details of RS-232C commands, refer to RS-232C Communication / Network command table.
Connection
1. Turn off the projector and the computer.
2. If you use wired LAN, connect the projector’s RJ45 port to the computer’s LAN or HDBaseT
port with a LAN cable. Use the cable that fulfills the specification shown in figure.
3. Turn the computer on, and after the computer has started up turn the projector on.
•LAN cable (CAT-5e or greater)
or
•For HDBaseT connection
- CAT-5e or greater
- shielded type (connectors included)
- straight cable
- single cable
Communication port
The following two ports are assigned for the command control.
TCP #23
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Communication settings
Command control settings
[TCP #23]
1. Command format
Same as RS-232C communication, refer to RS-232C Communication command format.
2. Response code / Error code (“h” shows hexadecimal)
Four of the response / error code used for TCP#23 are the same as RS-232C Communication
(1)~(4).
(1) A
CK reply: 06h
Refer to RS-232C communication.
(2) N
AK reply: 15h
Refer to RS-232C communication.
(3) E
rror reply: 1Ch + 0000h
Refer to RS-232C communication.
(4) Data reply: 1Dh + xxxxh
Refer to RS-232C communication.
Note: Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an undefined command or
data.
Note: Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.
Note: Commands are not accepted during warm-up.
Communication command table
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Power
Operation
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
2A D3
01 00
00 60
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
BA D2
01 00
00 60
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
19 D3
02 00
00 60
00 00
Error Status
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
D9 D8
02 00
20 60
00 00
Freeze
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
83 D2
01 00
02 30
00 00
On
AV Mute
Blank
MHL Mode
BE EF
03
06 00
13 D3
01 00
02 30
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B0 D2
02 00
02 30
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
FE F0
01 00
A0 20
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
6E F1
01 00
A0 20
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
CD F0
02 00
A0 20
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
FB D8
01 00
20 30
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
6B D9
01 00
20 30
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C8 D8
02 00
20 30
00 00
Set Projector Mode
BE EF
03
06 00
C2 50
01 00
A1 22
00 00
MHL Mode
Detail Error
Code
BE EF
03
06 00
52 51
01 00
A1 22
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F1 50
02 00
A1 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
0D 5E
02 00
90 22
00 00
Description
0: Off (Standby)
1: On (Imaging)
2: Cooling
4: Warning
0: Normal
1: Cover error
2: Fan error
3: Lazer error
4: Temp Error
7: Other Error
128: Other Error
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Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Display
Mode
Operation
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
Set Presentation
BE EF
03
06 00
B3 CB
01 00
BA 30
51 00
Bright
BE EF
03
06 00
23 CA
01 00
BA 30
50 00
Game
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 F6
01 00
BA 30
03 00
Movie
BE EF
03
06 00
B3 F7
01 00
BA 30
01 00
Vivid
BE EF
03
06 00
73 F5
01 00
BA 30
05 00
TV
BE EF
03
06 00
43 CB
01 00
BA 30
52 00
sRGB
BE EF
03
06 00
23 F6
01 00
BA 30
00 00
DICOM SIM.
BE EF
03
06 00
73 C6
01 00
BA 30
41 00
User1
BE EF
03
06 00
E3 FB
01 00
BA 30
10 00
User2
BE EF
03
06 00
73 FA
01 00
BA 30
11 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
10 F6
02 00
BA 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
EF D2
04 00
03 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
3E D3
05 00
03 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
89 D2
02 00
03 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
9B D3
04 00
04 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
4A D2
05 00
04 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
FD D3
02 00
04 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
97 82
04 00
01 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
46 83
05 00
01 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F1 82
02 00
01 21
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
6B 83
04 00
00 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
BA 82
05 00
00 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
0D 83
02 00
00 21
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
2F 83
04 00
03 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
FE 82
05 00
03 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
49 83
02 00
03 21
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 82
04 00
02 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
02 83
05 00
02 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B5 82
02 00
02 21
00 00
Auto Image
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
91 D0
06 00
0A 20
00 00
Brilliant
Color
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
3B 5D
04 00
9C 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
EA 5C
05 00
9C 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
5D 5D
02 00
9C 22
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
97 72
04 00
01 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
46 73
05 00
01 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F1 72
02 00
01 22
00 00
Set 1.8
BE EF
03
06 00
3B 86
01 00
A0 30
B4 00
2.0
BE EF
03
06 00
FB A6
01 00
A0 30
C8 00
2.2
BE EF
03
06 00
FB A9
01 00
A0 30
DC 00
2.4
BE EF
03
06 00
3B B5
01 00
A0 30
F0 00
B&W
BE EF
03
06 00
EB F1
01 00
A0 30
FD FF
Linear
BE EF
03
06 00
1B F1
01 00
A0 30
FE FF
BE EF
03
06 00
08 F1
02 00
A0 30
00 00
Brightness
Contrast
Horizontal
Position
Vertical
Position
H Phase
Tracking
Sharpness
Gamma
Get
English-84
Description
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Color
Temperature
Operation
Set Warm
Video
Saturation
Video Tint
White
Balance
- Red Gain
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
BE EF
03
06 00
6B F4
01 00
B0 30
01 00
Normal
BE EF
03
06 00
9B F4
01 00
B0 30
02 00
Cold
BE EF
03
06 00
0B F5
01 00
B0 30
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
C8 F5
02 00
B0 30
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
92 5C
01 00
9D 22
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
02 5D
01 00
9D 22
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
A1 5C
02 00
9D 22
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 72
04 00
02 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
02 73
05 00
02 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B5 72
02 00
02 22
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
2F 73
04 00
03 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
FE 72
05 00
03 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
49 73
02 00
03 22
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
52 F4
04 00
B1 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
83 F5
05 00
B1 30
00 00
Get
Get
Video AGC
Header
Packet
Code
BE EF
03
06 00
34 F4
02 00
B1 30
00 00
White
Increment
Balance
Decrement
- Green Gain
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
16 F4
04 00
B2 30
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 F5
05 00
B2 30
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
70 F4
02 00
B2 30
00 00
White
Balance
- Blue Gain
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
EA F5
04 00
B3 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
3B F4
05 00
B3 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
8C F5
02 00
B3 30
00 00
White
Balance
- Red Offset
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
62 F5
04 00
B5 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
B3 F4
05 00
B5 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
04 F5
02 00
B5 30
00 00
White
Balance
- Green
Offset
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
26 F5
04 00
B6 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 F4
05 00
B6 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
40 F5
02 00
B6 30
00 00
White
Increment
Balance
Decrement
- Blue Offset
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
DA F4
04 00
B7 30
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
0B F5
05 00
B7 30
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
BC F4
02 00
B7 30
00 00
Color
Manager
- Red Hue
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
6A 63
04 00
00 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
BB 62
05 00
00 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
0C 63
02 00
00 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Red
Saturation
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
AA 67
04 00
10 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
7B 66
05 00
10 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
CC 67
02 00
10 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Red Gain
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
AA 68
04 00
20 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
7B 69
05 00
20 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
CC 68
02 00
20 27
00 00
Description
English-85
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Operation
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
Color
Manager
- Green Hue
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D2 62
04 00
02 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
03 63
05 00
02 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B4 62
02 00
02 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Green
Saturation
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
12 66
04 00
12 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
C3 67
05 00
12 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
74 66
02 00
12 27
00 00
Color
Increment
Manager
Decrement
- Green Gain
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
12 69
04 00
22 27
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
C3 68
05 00
22 27
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
74 69
02 00
22 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Blue Hue
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
5A 62
04 00
04 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
8B 63
05 00
04 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
3C 62
02 00
04 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Blue
Saturation
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
9A 66
04 00
14 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
4B 67
05 00
14 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
FC 66
02 00
14 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Blue Gain
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
9A 69
04 00
24 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
4B 68
05 00
24 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
FC 69
02 00
24 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Cyan Hue
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
2E 63
04 00
03 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
FF 62
05 00
03 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
48 63
02 00
03 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Cyan
Saturation
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
EE 67
04 00
13 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
3F 66
05 00
13 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
88 67
02 00
13 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Cyan Gain
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
EE 68
04 00
23 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
3F 69
05 00
23 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
88 68
02 00
23 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Magenta
Hue
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
A6 63
04 00
05 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
77 62
05 00
05 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C0 63
02 00
05 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Magenta
Saturation
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
66 67
04 00
15 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
B7 66
05 00
15 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
00 67
02 00
15 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Magenta
Gain
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
66 68
04 00
25 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
B7 69
05 00
25 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
00 68
02 00
25 27
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
96 62
04 00
01 27
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
47 63
05 00
01 27
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
F0 62
02 00
01 27
00 00
Color
Increment
Manager
Decrement
- Yellow Hue
Get
English-86
Description
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Operation
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
Color
Manager
- Yellow
Saturation
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
56 66
04 00
11 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
87 67
05 00
11 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
30 66
02 00
11 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- Yellow
Gain
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
56 69
04 00
21 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
87 68
05 00
21 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
30 69
02 00
21 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- White
Gain R
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
CA 6A
04 00
28 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
1B 6B
05 00
28 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
AC 6A
02 00
28 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- White
Gain G
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
72 6B
04 00
2A 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
A3 6A
05 00
2A 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
14 6B
02 00
2A 27
00 00
Color
Manager
- White
Gain B
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
FA 6B
04 00
2C 27
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
2B 6A
05 00
2C 27
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
9C 6B
02 00
2C 27
00 00
Source
Set HDMI 1
BE EF
03
06 00
0E D2
01 00
00 20
03 00
HDMI 2
BE EF
03
06 00
6E D6
01 00
00 20
0D 00
HDMI 3 / MHL
BE EF
03
06 00
9E D6
01 00
00 20
0E 00
VGA
BE EF
03
06 00
FE D2
01 00
00 20
00 00
Composite
Video
BE EF
03
06 00
6E D3
01 00
00 20
01 00
HDBaseT
BE EF
03
06 00
AE DE 01 00
00 20
11 00
BE EF
03
06 00
CD D2
02 00
00 20
00 00
Get
Projection
Set Normal
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 D2
01 00
01 30
00 00
Rear
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D3
01 00
01 30
01 00
Ceiling
BE EF
03
06 00
37 D2
01 00
01 30
03 00
Rear + Ceiling
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 D3
01 00
01 30
02 00
BE EF
03
06 00
F4 D2
02 00
01 30
00 00
Get
Aspect Ratio
H Keystone
V Keystone
Set 16:10
BE EF
03
06 00
3E D6
01 00
08 20
0A 00
4:3
BE EF
03
06 00
9E D0
01 00
08 20
00 00
16:9
BE EF
03
06 00
0E D1
01 00
08 20
01 00
Letter Box
BE EF
03
6 00
3E D3
01 00
08 20
06 00
Native
BE EF
03
6 00
5E D7
01 00
08 20
08 00
2.35:1
BE EF
03
6 00
0E D4
01 00
08 20
0D 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
AD D0 02 00
08 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
8F D0
04 00
0B 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
5E D1
05 00
0B 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
E9 D0
02 00
0B 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
DF D3
04 00
07 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
0E D2
05 00
07 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B9 D3
02 00
07 20
00 00
Description
English-87
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Operation
Digital Zoom Increment
Volume
Mute
English-88
CRC
Action
Type
Setting
Code
BE EF
03
06 00
5B 5F
04 00
94 22
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
8A 5E
05 00
94 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
3D 5F
02 00
94 22
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D3
04 00
01 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
86 D2
05 00
01 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
31 D3
02 00
01 20
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
46 D3
01 00
02 20
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
D6 D2
01 00
02 20
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
75 D3
02 00
02 20
00 00
Set OFF
Get
Security
Lock Status
Data
Size
Decrement
ON
Language
Header
Packet
Code
Command Data (6 bytes)
Set English
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 D3
01 00
05 30
00 00
French
BE EF
03
06 00
67 D2
01 00
05 30
01 00
German
BE EF
03
06 00
97 D2
01 00
05 30
02 00
Spanish
BE EF
03
06 00
07 D3
01 00
05 30
03 00
Portuguese
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 D1
01 00
05 30
07 00
Simplified
Chinese
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 D5
01 00
05 30
09 00
Traditional
Chinese
BE EF
03
06 00
37 DE
01 00
05 30
10 00
Italian
BE EF
03
06 00
37 D1
01 00
05 30
04 00
Norwegian
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 D0
01 00
05 30
05 00
Swedish
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 D4
01 00
05 30
0B 00
Dutch
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D0
01 00
05 30
06 00
Russian
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 D6
01 00
05 30
0C 00
Polish
BE EF
03
06 00
97 D7
01 00
05 30
0E 00
Finnish
BE EF
03
06 00
67 D7
01 00
05 30
0D 00
Greek
BE EF
03
06 00
07 DC
01 00
05 30
17 00
Korean
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D5
01 00
05 30
0A 00
Hungarian
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 DE
01 00
05 30
13 00
Czech
BE EF
03
06 00
57 DF
01 00
05 30
12 00
Arabic
BE EF
03
06 00
37 DB
01 00
05 30
1C 00
Turkish
BE EF
03
06 00
07 D6
01 00
05 30
0F 00
Vietnamese
BE EF
03
06 00
37 CA
01 00
05 30
20 00
Japanese
BE EF
03
06 00
37 D4
01 00
05 30
08 00
Thai
BE EF
03
06 00
07 D9
01 00
05 30
1B 00
Farsi
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 DA
01 00
05 30
1D 00
Hebrew
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 CB
01 00
05 30
21 00
Danish
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 DF
01 00
05 30
11 00
French
Canadian
BE EF
03
06 00
57 CB
01 00
05 30
22 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C4 D3
02 00
05 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C9 37
02 00
10 36
00 00
Description
0: Off, 1:On
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Splash Logo
Operation
Set Std
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
BE EF
03
06 00
CB E3
01 00
04 30
40 00
Black
BE EF
03
06 00
AB D1
01 00
04 30
06 00
Blue
BE EF
03
06 00
FB D2
01 00
04 30
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
38 D2
02 00
04 30
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
FA 62
01 00
00 37
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
6A 63
01 00
00 37
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
C9 62
02 00
00 37
00 00
Keypad Lock Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
03 96
01 00
11 24
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
93 97
01 00
11 24
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
30 96
02 00
11 24
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
52 58
01 00
8D 22
00 00
DLP-Link
BE EF
03
06 00
C2 59
01 00
8D 22
01 00
IR
Get
Closed
Caption
Get
3D
3D Sync
Invert
3D Format
BE EF
03
06 00
32 59
01 00
8D 22
02 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
61 58
02 00
8D 22
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
CE 5B
01 00
84 22
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
5E 5A
01 00
84 22
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
FD 5B
02 00
84 22
00 00
Set Frame
Sequential
BE EF
03
06 00
1A 5A
01 00
8B 22
04 00
Top/Bottom
BE EF
03
06 00
2A 58
01 00
8B 22
03 00
Side-By-Side
BE EF
03
06 00
BA 59
01 00
8B 22
02 00
Frame Packing
BE EF
03
06 00
8A 5B
01 00
8B 22
05 00
BE EF
03
06 00
E9 58
02 00
8B 22
00 00
Get
Test Pattern
Set None
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
FB FA
01 00
80 30
00 00
RGB Ramp
BE EF
03
06 00
5B E2
01 00
80 30
22 00
Color Bar
BE EF
03
06 00
AB F6
01 00
80 30
11 00
Step Bar
BE EF
03
06 00
CB F2
01 00
80 30
1F 00
Check Board
BE EF
03
06 00
AB F3
01 00
80 30
1D 00
Grid
BE EF
03
06 00
5B F6
01 00
80 30
12 00
Horizontal
Lines
BE EF
03
06 00
CB E3
01 00
80 30
23 00
Vertical Lines
BE EF
03
06 00
FB E1
01 00
80 30
24 00
Diagonal lines
BE EF
03
06 00
3B E3
01 00
80 30
20 00
Horizontal
Ramp
BE EF
03
06 00
0B FA
01 00
80 30
03 00
Vertical Ramp
BE EF
03
06 00
AB E2
01 00
80 30
21 00
White
BE EF
03
06 00
0B F5
01 00
80 30
17 00
Red
BE EF
03
06 00
FB F5
01 00
80 30
14 00
Green
BE EF
03
06 00
6B F4
01 00
80 30
15 00
Blue
BE EF
03
06 00
9B F4
01 00
80 30
16 00
Black
BE EF
03
06 00
FB F0
01 00
80 30
18 00
BE EF
03
06 00
C8 FA
02 00
80 30
00 00
Description
English-89
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
H Image
Shift
Operation
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
AE D7
04 00
10 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
7F D6
05 00
10 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C8 D7
02 00
10 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
52 D6
04 00
11 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
83 D7
05 00
11 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
34 D6
02 00
11 30
00 00
4 Corner
- Top Left
Corner - x
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
57 89
04 00
21 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
86 88
05 00
21 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
31 89
02 00
21 21
00 00
4 Corner
- Top Left
Corner - y
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
13 89
04 00
22 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
C2 88
05 00
22 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
75 89
02 00
22 21
00 00
4 Corner Top Right
Corner - x
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
EF 88
04 00
23 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
3E 89
05 00
23 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
89 88
02 00
23 21
00 00
4 Corner Top Right
Corner - y
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
9B 89
04 00
24 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
4A 88
05 00
24 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
FD 89
02 00
24 21
00 00
4 Corner Bottom Left
Corner - x
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
67 88
04 00
25 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
B6 89
05 00
25 21
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
01 88
02 00
25 21
00 00
4 Corner Bottom Left
Corner - y
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
23 88
04 00
26 21
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
F2 89
05 00
26 21
00 00
Get
V Image
Shift
BE EF
03
06 00
45 88
02 00
26 21
00 00
4 Corner Increment
Bottom Right Decrement
Corner - x
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
DF 89
04 00
27 21
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
0E 88
05 00
27 21
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
B9 89
02 00
27 21
00 00
4 Corner Increment
Bottom Right Decrement
Corner - y
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
CB 8A
04 00
28 21
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
1A 8B
05 00
28 21
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
AD 8A 02 00
28 21
00 00
4 Corner Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
F1 99
06 00
72 21
00 00
Auto Source
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
B6 D6
01 00
16 20
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
26 D7
01 00
16 20
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
85 D6
02 00
16 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
6E 86
04 00
10 31
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
BF 87
05 00
10 31
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
08 86
02 00
10 31
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
3B 89
01 00
20 31
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
AB 88
01 00
20 31
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
08 89
02 00
20 31
00 00
No Signal
Power Off
Auto Power
On
Get
English-90
Description
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Laser Mode
Operation
Set Normal
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
BE EF
03
06 00
3B 23
01 00
00 33
00 00
Eco
BE EF
03
06 00
AB 22
01 00
00 33
01 00
Eco Plus
BE EF
03
06 00
5B 22
01 00
00 33
02 00
Dimming
BE EF
03
06 00
CB 23
01 00
00 33
03 00
Extreme
Dimming
BE EF
03
06 00
FB 21
01 00
00 33
04 00
Custom Light
BE EF
03
06 00
3B 37
01 00
00 33
30 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
08 23
02 00
00 33
00 00
Reset All
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
98 8D
06 00
30 71
00 00
Active
Source
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
CD D2
02 00
00 20
00 00
Video
Get
Information V Active
BE EF
03
06 00
7A 86
02 00
12 11
00 00
Video
Get
Information H Active
BE EF
03
06 00
7A 89
02 00
22 11
00 00
Video
Information
- Vert.
Frequency
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
8A 83
02 00
06 11
00 00
Laser Hours - Get
High
BE EF
03
06 00
2A FD
02 00
9E 10
00 00
Laser Hours
- Low
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C2 FF
02 00
90 10
00 00
Remote ID
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
AC 30
02 00
08 26
00 00
Menu
Position
Set center
BE EF
03
06 00
97 D7
01 00
1D 30
04 00
Down
BE EF
03
06 00
97 D8
01 00
1D 30
10 00
Up
BE EF
03
06 00
07 D9
01 00
1D 30
11 00
Left
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 D9
01 00
1D 30
12 00
Right
Translucent
Menu
BE EF
03
06 00
67 D8
01 00
1D 30
13 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
64 D5
02 00
1D 30
00 00
Set 0%
BE EF
03
06 00
E6 5A
01 00
9A 22
00 00
25%
BE EF
03
06 00
76 56
01 00
9A 22
19 00
50%
BE EF
03
06 00
86 48
01 00
9A 22
32 00
75%
BE EF
03
06 00
16 6B
01 00
9A 22
4B 00
100%
BE EF
03
06 00
26 77
01 00
9A 22
64 00
BE EF
03
06 00
D5 5D
02 00
9A 22
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
46 D3
01 00
01 60
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
D6 D2
01 00
01 60
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
E5 D2
02 00
01 60
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
E3 12
01 00
00 4C
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
73 13
01 00
00 4C
01 00
BE EF
03
06 00
D0 12
02 00
00 4C
00 00
Get
Low Power
Mode
Set On
On by Lan
Get
Fan Speed
Set Normal
High
Get
Description
fV[Hz]*100
English-91
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Operation
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
Description
Laser Info
- Normal High
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
31 54
02 00
B1 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info
- Normal Low
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
CD 55
02 00
B0 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info Eco - High
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
89 55
02 00
B3 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info Eco - Low
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
75 54
02 00
B2 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info
- Eco Plus High
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
01 55
02 00
B5 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info
- Eco Plus Low
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
FD 54
02 00
B4 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info
- Dimming High
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B9 54
02 00
B7 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info
- Dimming Low
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
45 55
02 00
B6 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info
- Extream
Dimming High
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
51 56
02 00
B9 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info
- Extream
Dimming Low
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
AD 57
02 00
B8 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info Get
Custom Light
- High
BE EF
03
06 00
E9 57
02 00
BB 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Laser Info Get
Custom Light
- Low
BE EF
03
06 00
15 56
02 00
BA 22
00 00
Info : Hours
Remote ID
Set Default
BE EF
03
06 00
9F 30
01 00
08 26
00 00
1
BE EF
03
06 00
0F 31
01 00
08 26
01 00
2
BE EF
03
06 00
FF 31
01 00
08 26
02 00
3
BE EF
03
06 00
6F 30
01 00
08 26
03 00
4
BE EF
03
06 00
5F 32
01 00
08 26
04 00
5
BE EF
03
06 00
CF 33
01 00
08 26
05 00
6
BE EF
03
06 00
3F 33
01 00
08 26
06 00
7
BE EF
03
06 00
AF 32
01 00
08 26
07 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
AC 30
02 00
08 26
00 00
Network
Status
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B5 5F
02 00
92 22
00 00
Diconnect; 0
Connect; 1
DHCP
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
0F 06
02 00
10 29
00 00
Off; 0
On; 1
English-92
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Operation
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
IP Address
1st
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F3 07
02 00
11 29
00 00
IP Address
2nd
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B7 07
02 00
12 29
00 00
IP Address
3rd
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
4B 06
02 00
13 29
00 00
IP Address
4th
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
3F 07
02 00
14 29
00 00
Subnet Mask
1st
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C3 06
02 00
15 29
00 00
Subnet Mask
2nd
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
87 06
02 00
16 29
00 00
Subnet Mask
3rd
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
7B 07
02 00
17 29
00 00
Subnet Mask
4th
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
6F 04
02 00
18 29
00 00
Gateway 1st
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
93 05
02 00
19 29
00 00
Gateway 2nd
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
D7 05
02 00
1A 29
00 00
Gateway 3rd
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
2B 04
02 00
1B 29
00 00
Gateway 4th
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
5F 05
02 00
1C 29
00 00
DNS 1st
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F3 08
02 00
21 29
00 00
DNS 2nd
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B7 08
02 00
22 29
00 00
DNS 3rd
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
4B 09
02 00
23 29
00 00
DNS 4th
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
3F 08
02 00
24 29
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
2A 5D
01 00
9F 22
00 00
HDBaseT-IR/ Set Off
RS232/RJ45
On
Front IR
Rear IR
Sleep Timer
(min)
Source Filter
- HDMI 1
BE EF
03
06 00
BA 5C
01 00
9F 22
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
19 5D
02 00
9F 22
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
FF 32
01 00
00 26
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
6F 33
01 00
00 26
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
CC 32
02 00
00 26
00 00
Set Off
BE EF
03
06 00
03 33
01 00
01 26
00 00
On
BE EF
03
06 00
93 32
01 00
01 26
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
30 33
02 00
01 26
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
83 5C
04 00
9E 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
52 5D
05 00
9E 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
E5 5C
02 00
9E 22
00 00
Set Disable
BE EF
03
06 00
2A 79
01 00
23 22
01 00
Enable
BE EF
03
06 00
BA 78
01 00
23 22
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
89 78
02 00
23 22
00 00
Set Disable
BE EF
03
06 00
C2 7B
01 00
2D 22
01 00
Enable
BE EF
03
06 00
52 7A
01 00
2D 22
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
61 7A
02 00
2D 22
00 00
Set Disable
BE EF
03
06 00
86 7B
01 00
2E 22
01 00
Enable
BE EF
03
06 00
16 7A
01 00
2E 22
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
25 7A
02 00
2E 22
00 00
Get
Source Filter
- HDMI 2
Get
Source Filter
- HDMI 3 /
MHL
Get
Description
English-93
Communication settings
Header Data (7 bytes)
Function
Source Filter
- VGA
Operation
Header
Packet
Code
Data
Size
CRC
Command Data (6 bytes)
Action
Type
Setting
Code
Set Disable
BE EF
03
06 00
6E 79
01 00
20 22
01 00
Enable
BE EF
03
06 00
FE 78
01 00
20 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
CD 78
02 00
20 22
00 00
Source Filter
- Composite
VIDEO
Set Disable
BE EF
03
06 00
92 78
01 00
21 22
01 00
Enable
BE EF
03
06 00
02 79
01 00
21 22
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
31 79
02 00
21 22
00 00
Source Filter
- HDBaseT
Set Disable
BE EF
03
06 00
26 EB
01 00
D6 20
01 00
Enable
BE EF
03
06 00
B6 EA
01 00
D6 20
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
85 EA
02 00
D6 20
00 00
Get
Custom Light Increment
English-94
BE EF
03
06 00
1A 22
04 00
07 33
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
CB 23
05 00
07 33
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
7C 22
02 00
07 33
00 00
Description
Communication settings
PJLink command
POWR
Power Control
POWR ?
Power Status inquiry
0 = Standby
1 = Power On
0 = Standby
1 = Power On
2 = Cool Down
11 = COMPUTER IN
23 = Video
INPT
Input Source selection
31 = HDMI 1
32 = HDMI 2
33 = HDMI 3 / MHL
36 = HDBaseT
11 = COMPUTER IN
23 = Video
INPT ?
Input Source inquiry
31 = HDMI 1
32 = HDMI 2
33 = HDMI 3 / MHL
36 = HDBaseT
AVMT
AV Mute
AVMT ?
AV Mute inquiry
30 = AV Mute off
31 = AV Mute on
30 = AV Mute off
31 = AV Mute on
1st byte: Refers to Fan error; one of 0 to 2
2nd byte: Refers to Laser error; one of 0 to 2
3rd byte: Refers to Temperature error; one of 0 to 2
4th byte: Refers to Cover error; one of 0 to 2
ERST ?
Error Status inquiry
6th byte: Refers to Other error; one of 0 to 2
The meaning of 0 to 2 is as given below
0 = Error is not detected
1 = Warning
2 = Error
1st number (digits 1 to 5): Laser Hours
LAMP ?
Laser Status inquiry
INST ?
Input Source List inquiry
11 12 23 31 32 33 36
NAME ?
Projector Name inquiry
Responds with the name set in the item PROJECTOR NAME of the
Crestron
INF1 ?
Brand Name inquiry
HITACHI
INF2 ?
Model Name inquiry
LP-WU6500
CLSS ?
Class Information inquiry
1
2nd number: 0 = Lamp off, 1 = Lamp on
Note: For specifications of PJLinkTM, see the web site of the Japan Business Machine and
Information System Industries Association.
URL: http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/
English-95
Communication settings
Projection distance vs projection size table
TR: 1.15~1.9, offset=65%
Wide
Distance (m)
Diagonal (")
Image Width (mm)
Image Height (mm)
h (mm)
O (mm)
A (mm)
English-96
1.61
65
1400
875
438
569
131
2.48
100
2154
1346
673
875
202
Tele
3.72
150
3231
2019
1010
1313
303
4.95
200
4308
2692
1346
1750
404
1.64
40
862
538
269
350
81
2.46
60
1292
808
404
525
121
3.27
80
1723
1077
538
700
162
4.91
120
2585
1615
808
1050
242
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Warranty and after-service
If an abnormal operation (such as smoke, strange odor or excessive sound) should occur, stop using
the projector immediately, then turn off the AC power , contact the dealer or service.
Otherwise if a problem occurs with the projector, first refer to “Troubleshooting”, and run through the
suggested checks.
If this does not resolve the problem, please consult your dealer or service company. They will tell you
what warranty condition is applied.
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