Operating Instructions PT-VX505NE

Operating Instructions
Functional Manual
LCD Projector  
Model No.
Commercial Use
PT-VW435NE
PT-VX505NE
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JJ Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully, and save this manual
for future use.
JJ Before using your projector, be sure to read “Read this first!” (Æ pages 2 to 8).
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Important
Information
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
WARNING:
o prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain
T
or moisture.
Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3. GSGV, January 18, 1991: The sound pressure level at the operator
position is equal or less than 70 dB (A) according to ISO 7779.
WARNING:
1. Remove the plug from the mains socket when this unit is not in use for a prolonged period of time.
2. To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
3. D
o not remove the earthing pin on the mains plug. This apparatus is equipped with a three prong earthing
type mains plug. This plug will only fit an earthing-type mains socket. This is a safety feature. If you are
unable to insert the plug into the mains socket, contact an electrician. Do not defeat the purpose of the
earthing plug.
CAUTION:
To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions, which includes using
the provided power cord and shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral
device. If you use serial port to connect PC for external control of projector, you must use optional
RS-232C serial interface cable with ferrite core. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to
this equipment will void the user’s authority to operate.
Product information (for Turkey only)
EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
EEE Complies with Directive of Turkey.
WARNING:
TURN OFF THE UV LAMP BEFORE OPENING THE LAMP COVER.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT OPEN.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the
user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the
product.
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WARNING:
„„ POWER
The wall outlet or the circuit breaker shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible when problems occur. If the following problems occur, cut off the power supply
immediately.
Continued use of the projector in these conditions will result in fire or electric shock.
zz If foreign objects or water get inside the projector, cut off the power supply.
zz If the projector is dropped or the cabinet is broken, cut off the power supply.
zz If you notice smoke, strange smells or noise coming from the projector, cut off the power supply.
Please contact an Authorized Service Center for repairs, and do not attempt to repair the projector yourself.
Important
Information
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During a thunderstorm, do not touch the projector or the cable.
Electric shocks can result.
Do not do anything that might damage the power cord or the power plug.
If the power cord is used while damaged, electric shocks, short-circuits or fire will result.
zz Do not damage the power cord, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it
excessively, twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle.
Ask an Authorized Service Center to carry out any repairs to the power cord that might be necessary.
Insert the power plug securely into the wall outlet.
If the plug is not inserted correctly, electric shocks or overheating will result.
zz Do not use anything other than the provided power cord.
zz Do not use the provided power cord for other electrical equipment.
zz Do not use plugs which are damaged or wall outlets which are coming loose from the wall.
Clean the power plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust.
Failure to observe this will cause a fire.
zz If dust builds up on the power plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation.
zz If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the power plug out from the wall outlet.
Pull the power plug out from the wall outlet and wipe it with a dry cloth regularly.
Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.
Failure to observe this will result in electric shocks.
Do not overload the wall outlet.
If the power supply is overloaded (ex., by using too many adapters), overheating may occur and fire will result.
„„ ON USE/INSTALLATION
Do not place liquid containers on top of the projector.
If water spills onto the projector or gets inside it, fire or electric shocks will result.
If any water gets inside the projector, contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not place the projector on soft materials such as carpets or sponge mats.
Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause burns, fire or damage to the projector.
Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may come into
contact with oily smoke or steam, ex. a bathroom.
Using the projector under such conditions will result in fire, electric shocks or components deterioration.
Components deterioration (such as ceiling mount brackets) may cause the projector which is mounted on the
ceiling to fall down.
Do not install this projector in a place which is not strong enough to take the full weight of the
projector or on top of a surface which is sloped or unstable.
Failure to observe this will cause projector to fall down or tip over the projector, and severe injury or damage
could result.
Do not place another projector or other heavy objects on top of the projector.
Failure to observe this will cause the projector to become unbalanced and fall, which could result in damage or
injury. The projector will be damaged or deformed.
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WARNING:
Installation work (such as ceiling mount bracket) should only be carried out by a qualified technician.
If installation is not carried out and secured correctly it can cause injury or accidents, such as electric shocks.
zz Do not use anything other than an authorized ceiling mount bracket.
zz Be sure to use the wire provided with the projector mount base for ceiling mount as an extra safety
measure to prevent the projector from falling down. (Install in a different location to the ceiling mount
bracket.)
Do not cover the air inlet port or the air outlet port.
Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause fire or damage to the projector.
zz Do not place the projector in narrow, badly ventilated places.
zz Do not place the projector on cloth or papers, as these materials could be drawn into the air inlet port.
Do not place your hands or other objects close to the air outlet port.
Doing so will cause burns or damage your hands or other objects.
zz Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not place your hands or face, or objects which cannot
withstand heat close to this port.
Do not look and place your skin into the lights emitted from the lens while the projector is being used.
Doing so can cause burns or loss of sight.
zz Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. Do not look or place your hands directly into this light.
zz Be especially careful not to let young children look into the lens. In addition, turn off the power and
disconnect the power plug when you are away from the projector.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the projector.
Doing so will cause fire or electric shocks.
zz Do not insert any metal objects or flammable objects into the projector or drop them onto the projector.
Never attempt to remodel or disassemble the projector.
High voltages can cause fire or electric shocks.
zz For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not project an image with the lens cover attached.
Doing so can cause fire.
Do not allow metal objects, flammable objects, or liquids to enter inside of the projector. Do not allow
the projector to get wet.
Doing so may cause short circuits or overheating, and result in fire, electric shock, or malfunction of the
projector.
zz Do not place containers of liquid or metal objects near the projector.
zz If liquid enters inside of the projector, consult your dealer.
zz Particular attention must be paid to children.
Use the ceiling mount bracket specified by Panasonic.
Defects in the ceiling mount bracket will result in falling accidents.
zz Attach the supplied safety cable to the ceiling mount bracket to prevent the projector from falling down.
„„ ACCESSORIES
Do not use or handle the batteries improperly, and refer to the following.
Failure to observe this will cause burns, batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.
zz Use AAA/R03 or AAA/LR03 batteries.
zz Do not use unspecified batteries.
zz Do not disassemble dry cell batteries.
zz Do not heat the batteries or place them into water or fire.
zz Do not allow the + and - terminals of the batteries to come into contact with metallic objects such as
necklaces or hairpins.
zz Do not store batteries together with metallic objects.
zz Store the batteries in a plastic bag and keep them away from metallic objects.
zz Make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct when inserting the batteries.
zz Do not use a new battery together with an old battery or mix different types of batteries.
zz Do not use batteries with the outer cover peeling away or removed.
zz Remove the empty batteries from the remote control at once.
zz Insulate the battery using tape or something similar before disposal.
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Do not allow children to reach the batteries (AAA/R03 or AAA/LR03 type).
zz The battery can cause personal injury if swallowed.
zz If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately.
If the battery fluid leaks, do not touch it with bare hands, and take the following measures if necessary.
zz Battery fluid on your skin or clothing could result in skin inflammation or injury.
Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately.
zz Battery fluid coming in contact with your eyes could result in loss of sight.
In this case, do not rub your eyes. Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately.
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Information
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Do not disassemble the lamp unit.
If the lamp breaks, it could cause injury.
Lamp replacement
The lamp has high internal pressure. If improperly handled, an explosion and severe injury or accidents will
result.
zz The lamp can easily explode if struck against hard objects or dropped.
zz Before replacing the lamp, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
Electric shocks or explosions can result if this is not done.
zz When replacing the lamp, turn the power off and allow the lamp it to cool for at least 1 hour before handling
it otherwise it can cause burns.
Do not allow infants or pets to touch the remote control unit.
zz Keep the remote control unit out of the reach of infants and pets after using it.
Do not use the supplied power cord with devices other than this projector.
zz Using the supplied power cord with devices other than this projector may cause short circuits or
overheating, and result in electric shock or fire.
Remove the depleted batteries from the remote control promptly.
zz Leaving them in the unit may result in fluid leakage, overheating, or explosion of the batteries.
CAUTION:
„„ POWER
When disconnecting the power cord, be sure to hold the power plug and power connector.
If the power cord itself is pulled, the lead will become damaged, and fire, short-circuits or serious electric
shocks will result.
When not using the projector for an extended period of time, disconnect the power plug from the wall
outlet and remove the batteries from the remote control.
Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet before carrying out any cleaning and replacing the unit.
Electric shocks can result if this is not done.
„„ ON USE/INSTALLATION
Do not put your weight on this projector.
You could fall or the projector could break, and injury will result.
zz Be especially careful not to let young children stand or sit on the projector.
Do not place the projector in extremely hot locations.
Doing so will cause the outer casing or internal components to deteriorate, or result in fire.
zz Take particular care in locations exposed to direct sunlight or near stoves.
Always disconnect all cables before moving the projector.
Moving the projector with cables still attached can damage the cables, which will cause fire or electric shocks
to occur.
Never plug headphones and earphones into VARIABLE AUDIO OUT jack.
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
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„„ ACCESSORIES
Do not use the old lamp unit.
If used it could cause lamp explosion.
If the lamp has broken, ventilate the room immediately. Do not touch or bring your face close to the
broken pieces.
Failure to observe this will cause the user to absorb the gas which was released when the lamp broke and which
contains nearly the same amount of mercury as fluorescent lamps, and the broken pieces will cause injury.
zz If you believe that you have absorbed the gas or that the gas has got into your eyes or mouth, seek
medical advice immediately.
zz Ask your dealer about replacing the lamp unit and check the inside of the projector.
To remove the battery
Remote Control Battery
1. Press the guide and lift the cover.
2. Remove the batteries.
Trademarks
•• Microsoft® and its logos, Windows®, Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, and Internet Explorer® are the
registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
•• Macintosh, Mac OS and Safari are the trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the United States and other
countries.
•• HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface is a trademark or registered trademark of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
•• PJLinkTM is a trademark or pending trademark in Japan, the United States, and other countries and regions.
•• RoomView, Crestron RoomView are registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. Crestron Connected
and Fusion RV are the trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc.
•• iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
•• Other names, company names or product names used in these operating instructions are the trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Please note that the operating instructions do not include the ® and TM symbols.
Illustrations in these operating instructions
•• Note that illustrations of the projector and screens may differ from the ones you actually see.
Page references
•• In these instructions, references to pages are indicated as: (Æ page 00).
Term
•• In these instructions, the “Wireless remote control unit” accessory is referred to as the “Remote control”.
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Declaration of Conformity
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Customers can download a copy of the original DoC for this product from our DoC server: http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contact in the EU: Panasonic Services Europe, a Division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Panasonic Testing Centre,
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R.Germany
This product is intended to be used in the following countries.
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,
Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovak, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland & UK
Konformitätserklärung (KE)
Dieses Gerät entspricht den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den weiteren entsprechenden Vorgaben der Richtlinie 1999/5/EU.
Kunden können eine Kopie der Original-KE für dieses Produkt von unserem KE-Server herunterladen: http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Kontaktadresse in der EG: Panasonic Services Europe, a Division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Panasonic Testing Centre,
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R.Germany
Dieses Produkt ist für den Einsatz in den folgenden Ländern vorgesehen.
Österreich, Belgien, Bulgarien, Tschechische Republik, Zypern, Dänemark, Estland, Finnland, Frankreich, Deutschland, Griechenland,
Ungarn, Island, Irland, Italien, Lettland, Litauen, Luxemburg, Malta, Niederlande, Norwegen, Polen, Portugal, Rumänien, Slowenien,
Slowakei, Spanien, Schweden, Schweiz und Großbritannien
Déclaration de Conformité (DC)
Cet appareil est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la Directive 1999/5/EC.
Les clients peuvent télécharger une copie de la DC originale pour ce produit à partir de notre serveur DC: http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Coordonnées dans l’UE : Panasonic Services Europe, a Division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Panasonic Testing Centre,
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R.Germany
Ce produit est conçu pour l’utilisation dans les pays suivants.
Autriche, Belgique, Bulgarie, République Tchéquie, Chypre, Danemark, Estonie, Finlande, France, Allemagne, Grèce, Hongrie, Islande,
Irlande, Italie, Lettonie, Lituanie, Luxembourg, Malte, Pays-Bas, Norvège, Pologne, Portugal, Roumanie, Slovénie, Slovaquie, Espagne,
Suède, Suisse et Royaume-Uni
Declaración de conformidad (DC)
Este equipo cumple con los requisitos esenciales asi como con otras disposiciones de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
El cliente puede descargar una copia de la DC original de este producto desde nuestro servidor DC: http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contacto en la U.E.: Panasonic Services Europe, a Division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Panasonic Testing Centre,
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R.Germany
Este producto ha sido desarrollado para el uso en los siguientes países.
Austria, Bélgica, Bulgaria, República Checa, Chipre, Dinamarca, Estonia, Finlandia, Francia, Alemania, Grecia, Hungría, Islandia, Irlanda,
Italia, Letonia, Lituania, Luxemburgo, Malta, Holanda, Noruega, Polonia, Portugal, Rumania, Eslovenia, Eslovaquia, España, Suecia,
Suiza y el Reino Unido
Dichiarazione di conformità (DoC)
Questo apparato é conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed agli altri principi sanciti dalla Direttiva 1999/5/CE.
I clienti possono scaricare la copia del DoC originale per questo prodotto dal nostro server DoC: http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contatto nella EU: Panasonic Services Europe, a Division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Panasonic Testing Centre,
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R.Germany
I prodotti sono stati prodotti per l’uso nei seguenti paesi.
Austria, Belgio, Bulgaria, Repubblica Ceca, Cipro, Danimarca, Estonia, Finlandia, Francia, Germania, Grecia, Irlanda, Islanda, Italia,
Lettonia, Lituania, Lussembugo, Malta, Olanda, Norvegia, Polonia, Portogallo, Romania, Regno Unito, Slovenia, Slovacchia, Spagna,
Svezia, Svizzera, Ungheria
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Important
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JJFeatures of the Projector
JJQuick steps
For details, see the corresponding pages.
Auto Setup Function
This function enables Input search,
Auto Keystone correction and Auto
PC adjustment by pressing the
<AUTO SETUP> button.
Direct Power Off Function
With the Direct Power Off function,
you can disconnect the power cord
from the wall outlet or turn off the
breaker even during projection.
1. Set up your projector.
(Æpage 25)
2. Connect with other devices.
(Æpage 29)
3. Connect the power cord.
(Æpage 30)
Wired and Wireless LAN Function
This function allows you to project
an image on a computer as well as
operate and manage the projector
via network.
4. Power on.
(Æpage 32)
Useful Functions for Presentations
The digital zoom function allows
you to focus on the crucial
information during a presentation.
The MIC function and 10W audio
output allows you to make a
presentation without any external
audio equipment.
5. Select the input signal.
(Æpage 35)
6. Adjust the image.
(Æpage 35)
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Contents
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Important Information
Read this first!............................................ 2
Declaration of Conformity................................................ 7
Contents.................................................... 10
Precautions for Use................................. 12
Preparation
Cautions when transporting........................................... 12
Cautions when installing................................................ 12
Disposal......................................................................... 13
Cautions on use............................................................ 14
Notes on Using Wireless Connection............................ 15
Security......................................................................... 16
Accessories................................................................... 17
Optional accessories..................................................... 18
Getting Started
Preparation
About Your Projector............................... 19
Remote control.............................................................. 19
Projector body............................................................... 21
Control panel ................................................................ 22
Rear terminals............................................................... 23
Basic Operation
Using Remote control.............................. 24
Installing and Removing batteries................................. 24
Setting Remote control ID numbers.............................. 24
Getting Started
Setting up.................................................. 25
Settings
Projection method......................................................... 25
Parts for ceiling mount (Optional).................................. 25
Screen size and throw distance.................................... 26
Adjusting front adjustable feet....................................... 28
Adjusting the position using the vertical lens shift
function.................................................................. 28
Connections.............................................. 29
Before connecting to the projector................................ 29
Connecting example...................................................... 29
Maintenance
Basic Operation
Powering ON/OFF..................................... 30
Connecting the power cord........................................... 30
ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator...................................... 31
Turning On the Projector............................................... 32
Enter a PIN code........................................................... 33
Turning Off the Projector............................................... 34
Appendix
Projecting.................................................. 35
Selecting the image....................................................... 35
How to adjust the state of the image............................. 35
Basic operations by using the remote
control................................................... 36
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pages 2 to 8)
Using the AUTO SETUP function.................................. 36
Using the IMAGE button................................................ 36
Using the MENU button................................................. 36
Using the INFO button................................................... 36
Controlling the volume of the speaker........................... 36
Using the wireless mouse function . ............................. 37
Using the PAGE UP/DOWN buttons............................. 37
Using the POINTER button........................................... 37
Using the KEYSTONE button........................................ 37
Switching the input signal.............................................. 38
Using the MUTE button................................................. 38
Using the D.ZOOM +/- buttons...................................... 38
Using the FREEZE function.......................................... 38
Using the AV MUTE function......................................... 39
Using the SCREEN button............................................ 39
Using the P-TIMER button............................................ 39
Using the LAMP button................................................. 39
Settings
Menu Navigation....................................... 40
Navigating through the menu........................................ 40
Main menu..................................................................... 41
Sub menu...................................................................... 41
Input menu................................................ 43
Computer 1: RGB/Component /RGB (Scart) ............... 43
Computer 2: RGB.......................................................... 43
HDMI............................................................................. 43
Video............................................................................. 43
S-video.......................................................................... 43
Network......................................................................... 44
AUTO PC adjust........................................ 45
Auto PC adj................................................................... 45
Manual PC adjust...................................... 46
Fine sync....................................................................... 46
Total dots....................................................................... 46
Horizontal...................................................................... 46
Vertical........................................................................... 46
Current mode................................................................ 47
Clamp............................................................................ 47
Display area H............................................................... 47
Display area V............................................................... 47
Reset............................................................................. 47
Mode free...................................................................... 47
Store.............................................................................. 47
Image select ............................................. 48
Dynamic........................................................................ 48
Standard........................................................................ 48
Real............................................................................... 48
Cinema.......................................................................... 48
Blackboard(Green)........................................................ 48
Colorboard..................................................................... 48
Image 1-4...................................................................... 48
Image adjust............................................. 49
Contrast......................................................................... 49
Volume.......................................................................... 55
Mute.............................................................................. 55
MIC. ............................................................................... 55
MIC gain........................................................................ 55
Standby MIC out............................................................ 55
Setting....................................................... 56
Language...................................................................... 56
Menu position................................................................ 56
Auto setup..................................................................... 56
Background................................................................... 57
Display........................................................................... 57
Logo.............................................................................. 57
HDMI setup................................................................... 58
USB terminal................................................................. 58
Pointer........................................................................... 58
Terminal......................................................................... 58
Power management...................................................... 59
Direct on........................................................................ 59
Standby mode............................................................... 59
P-timer........................................................................... 59
Closed caption............................................................... 60
Lamp power................................................................... 60
Remote control.............................................................. 60
Security......................................................................... 61
Fan. ............................................................................... 61
Maintenance
LAMP and WARNING Indicators............. 92
Getting Started
Verifying the network information.................................. 65
Wired LAN..................................................................... 65
Wireless LAN................................................................. 66
Wireless detailed setup................................................. 66
Projector name.............................................................. 69
Password....................................................................... 70
Network control............................................................. 70
Live mode cut in............................................................ 70
Multi-live........................................................................ 70
Network status............................................................... 70
AMX D.D....................................................................... 71
RoomView..................................................................... 71
Memory viewer.............................................................. 71
Network factory default.................................................. 71
Network connections..................................................... 72
Connecting with Wired LAN.......................................... 73
Connecting with Wireless LAN...................................... 73
Accessing from the Web browser.................................. 75
Memory Viewer function................................................ 88
Preparation
Network..................................................... 65
Basic Operation
Sound........................................................ 55
Input Source Information Display ................................. 64
Managing the indicated problems................................. 92
Replacement............................................. 93
Before replacing the unit............................................... 93
Maintenance.................................................................. 93
Replacing the unit.......................................................... 93
Attaching the Lens Cap................................................. 97
Settings
Normal........................................................................... 52
Full. ............................................................................... 52
Wide(16:9)..................................................................... 52
Zoom............................................................................. 52
True................................................................................ 52
Natural wide (PT-VW435NE Only)................................ 52
Custom.......................................................................... 52
Custom adj.................................................................... 53
Digital zoom +............................................................... 53
Digital zoom –............................................................... 53
Keystone....................................................................... 53
Ceiling........................................................................... 54
Rear............................................................................... 54
Screen aspect (PT-VW435NE Only)............................. 54
Reset............................................................................. 54
Information................................................ 64
Troubleshooting....................................... 98
Appendix
Technical Information............................ 100
PJLink protocol............................................................ 100
Control commands via LAN......................................... 101
Serial terminal............................................................. 103
Other terminals............................................................ 106
List of compatible signals............................................ 108
Specifications..........................................112
Dimensions...................................................................114
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards........114
Glossary...................................................115
Index.........................................................117
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Maintenance
Screen ...................................................... 52
Fan control.................................................................... 61
Video delay control........................................................ 62
Filter counter................................................................. 62
Emulate......................................................................... 62
Warning log................................................................... 63
Factory default............................................................... 63
Appendix
Brightness..................................................................... 49
Color.............................................................................. 49
Tint. ............................................................................... 49
Iris ............................................................................. 49
Color temp..................................................................... 50
Red. ............................................................................... 50
Green............................................................................ 50
Blue .............................................................................. 50
Daylight View . .............................................................. 50
Sharpness..................................................................... 51
Gamma.......................................................................... 51
Noise reduction............................................................. 51
Progressive................................................................... 51
Reset............................................................................. 51
Store.............................................................................. 51
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Precautions for Use
Important
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Cautions when transporting
zz When transporting the projector, hold it securely by its bottom and avoid excessive vibration and impacts.
Doing so may damage the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
zz Do not transport the projector with the adjustable feet extended. Doing so may damage the adjustable feet.
Cautions when installing
JJ Do not set up the projector outdoors.
zz The projector is designed for indoor use only.
JJ Do not use under the following conditions.
zz Places where vibration and impacts occur such as in a car or vehicle: Doing so may damage the internal parts
and result in malfunctions.
zz Near the exhaust of an air conditioner or near lights (studio lamps, etc.) where temperature changes greatly
(Operating environment Æpage 113): Doing so may shorten the life of the lamp or result in deformation of the
outer case and malfunctions.
zz Near high-voltage power lines or near motors: Doing so may interfere with the operation of the projector.
JJ Be sure to ask a specialized technician when installing the product to a
ceiling.
This requires an optional ceiling mount bracket.
Model No.: ET-PKV100H (for high ceilings), ET-PKV100S (for low ceilings),
ET-PKV200B (Projector Mount Base).
JJ When using the projector in the elevation of below 1 200 m, make sure
[Fan control] is set to [Off].
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
JJ When using the projector in the elevation of above 1 200 m and below
2 000m, make sure [Fan control] is set to [On 1].
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
JJ When using the projector in the elevation of above 2 000 m and below
2 700m, make sure [Fan control] is set to [On 2].
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
JJ Do not install the projector at elevations of 2 700 m (8 858 ft) or higher
above sea level.
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
JJ Do not tilt the projector or place it on its side.
Do not tilt the projector body more than approximately ±30 degrees vertically or ±15 degrees horizontally. Over
tilting may result in shortening the life of the components.
Within +30°
Within -30°
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Within +15°
Within -15°
JJ Cautions when setting the projectors
zz Do not stack the projectors.
zz Do not block the ventilation ports (intake and exhaust) of the
projector.
zz Avoid heating and cooling air from the air conditioning system
directly blow to the ventilation ports (intake and exhaust) of the
projector.
over 50 cm
(20")
over 50 cm
(20")
USB B
COMPUTER 1 IN
COMPUTER 2 IN
SERIAL IN
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
USB A
LAN
VIEWER
DISPLAY/
MOUSE CONTROL
MIC IN
S-VIDEO IN
L
R
COMPUTER VARIABLE
AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT
AC IN ~
USB B
COMPUTER 1 IN
COMPUTER 2 IN
SERIAL IN
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
USB A
LAN
VIEWER
DISPLAY/
MOUSE CONTROL
MIC IN
Important
Information
Precautions for Use
S-VIDEO IN
L
R
COMPUTER VARIABLE
AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT
AC IN ~
over 1 m (40")
over 20 cm
(7.8")
zz Do not place the projector in an enclosed space.
If you need to place the projector in an enclosed space, additional air conditioning and ventilation system
must be equipped. When ventilation is insufficient, remaining heat may trigger the protection circuit of the
projector.
Disposal
When disposing of the product, ask your local authority or dealer about the correct methods of disposal.
The lamp contains mercury. When disposing of the used lamp unit, ask your nearest local authorities or dealer
about proper disposal of the unit.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions or your local disposal rule or guidelines.
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Precautions for Use
Important
Information
Cautions on use
JJ In order to get the picture quality
zz Draw curtains or blinds over windows and turn off any lights near the screen to prevent outside light or light
from indoor lamps from shining onto the screen.
zz Depending on where the projector is used, heated air from an exhaust port or warm or cold air from an air
conditioner can cause a shimmering effect on screen.
Avoid use in locations where exhaust or streams of air from projector, other devices and air conditioners flow
between the projector and the screen.
zz The lens of projector is affected by the heat from the luminous source. Because of this, the focusing may not
be stable right after the power is turned on. Focusing is stabled after projecting image for 30 minutes and
longer.
JJ Do not touch the surface of the projector lens with your bare hand.
If the surface of the lens becomes dirty from fingerprints or anything else, this will be magnified and projected
onto the screen.
JJ LCD Panel
The display unit of this projector comprises three LCD panels. Although an LCD panel is a product of highprecision technology, some of the pixels on the projected image may be missing or constantly lit. Please note that
this is not a malfunction.
Displaying a still image for a longer time may result in an after-image on the LCD panels. If this happens, display
the all white screen in the test pattern for an hour or more.
JJ Optical components
Operating the projector in an environment with high temperature or heavy exposure to dust or tobacco smoke
will reduce the service life of the optical components, such as the LCD panel and polarizing plate, and may
necessitate their replacement within less than one year of use. For details, consult your dealer.
JJ Lamp
The luminous source of the projector is a mercury lamp with high internal pressure.
A high pressure mercury lamp has following characteristics.
zz The brightness of the lamp will decrease by duration of usage.
zz The lamp may burst with sound or shorten life by shock or chipping.
zz The life of the lamp varies greatly depending on individual specificities and usage conditions. In particular,
continuous use over 12 hours and frequent on/off switching of the power greatly deteriorate the lamp and
affect the lamp life.
zz In rare cases, the lamp burst shortly after the projection.
zz The risk of bursting increases when the lamp is used beyond its replacement cycle. Make sure to replace the
lamp unit consistently. (“When to replace the lamp unit” (Æ page 95))
zz If the lamp bursts, gas contained inside of the lamp is released in a form of smoke.
zz It is recommended to store replacement lamps for contingency.
zz It is recommended to have authorized engineer or your dealer replace the lamp unit.
<Software Information regarding this product>
© Panasonic Corporation 2012
This product incorporates the following software:
(1) the software which is developed independently by or for Panasonic Corporation
(2) the software which is licensed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE,
and
(3) the software which is licensed under the GNU LESSERGENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.
For the software categorized as (2) and (3), the license is available in accordance with GNU GENERAL PUBLIC
LICENSE and GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE respectively. As for the terms and conditions, please refer to
the software licence of the supplied CD-ROM.
If you wish to ask any questions as to the software, please contact (sav.pj.gpl.pavc@ml.jp.panasonic.com) by email.
Pursuant to at the directive 2004/108/EC, article 9(2)
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Service Europe, a division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R. Germany
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Notes on Using Wireless Connection
Wireless connection function of the projector uses radio waves in the 2.4 GHz band.
A radio station license is not required, but be sure to read and fully understand the following items before use.
„„ Do not use near other wireless equipment.
The following equipment may use radio waves in the same band as the projector.
When the projector is used near these devices, radio wave interference may make communication impossible,
or the communication speed may become slower.
•Microwave ovens, etc.
•Industrial, chemical and medical equipment, etc.
•In-plant radio stations for identifying moving objects such as those used in factory manufacturing lines, etc.
•Designated low-power radio stations
Important
Information
Precautions for Use
„„ If at all possible, avoid the use of cellular phones, TV sets or radios near the projector.
Cellular phones, TV sets, radios and similar devices use different radio bands from the projector, so there
is no effect on wireless communication or the transmission and reception of these devices. However, radio
waves from the projector may produce audio or video noise.
„„ Wireless communication radio waves cannot penetrate steel reinforcements, metal,
concrete, etc.
Communication is possible through walls and floors made from materials such as wood and glass (except
glass containing wire mesh), but not through walls and floors made from steel reinforcements, metal,
concrete, etc.
„„ Avoid using the projector in locations prone to static electricity.
If the projector is used in a location prone to static electricity, such as on a carpet, the wireless LAN or wired
LAN connection may be lost.
“Glossary” (Æpage 115 – 116)
If this happens, eliminate the source of static electricity or electromagnetic noise and reconnect to the
wireless LAN or wired LAN.
In rare cases static electricity or electromagnetic noise may make it impossible to establish a connection to
the LAN.
If this happens, press the power button on the remote control or on the projector to power off the projector
temporarily.
After the cooling fan stops operating (after <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator on the projector changes from
blinking in orange to lighting in red), power on the projector and reconnect to the LAN.
„„ Using the projector outside the country
It is forbidden to take the projector outside the country or region where you purchased it, so use it only in
the said country or region. Also, note that depending on countries or regions there are restrictions on the
channels and frequencies at which you can use the wireless LAN.
„„ Available wireless LAN channels
The channels (frequency range) that can be used differ according to the country or region. Refer to the table below.
Country or region
Standard
Channels used
Frequency band
(Center frequency)
England, Germany, France, Spain,
Italy, Belgium, Austria, Sweden, Norway,
Denmark, Switzerland, Holland, Finland,
ETSI 300.328
Portugal, Greece, Thailand, South Korea
Singapore
IDA
Australia, New Zealand
C-Tick
Malaysia
SIRIM
United States
FCC part 15
Taiwan
DGT
1 – 13
1 – 11
2,412 MHz 2,472 MHz
2,412 MHz 2,462 MHz
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Precautions for Use
Important
Information
Security
JJ Take safety measures against following incidents.
zz Personal information being leaked via this product.
zz Unauthorized operation of this product by a malicious third party.
zz Interfering or stopping of this product by a malicious third party.
JJ Security instruction (Æpage 61, 85)
zz Make your password as difficult to guess as possible.
zz Change your password periodically.
zz Panasonic or its affiliate company never inquires a password directly to a customer. Do not tell your password
in case you receive such an inquiry.
zz The connecting network must be secured by firewall or others.
zz Set a password for web control and restrict the users who can log in.
About Wireless LANs
The advantage of a wireless LAN is that information can be exchanged between a PC or other such equipment
and an access point using radio waves as long as you are within range for radio transmissions.
On the other hand, because the radio waves can travel through obstacles (such as walls) and are available
everywhere within a given range, problems of the type listed below may occur if security-related settings are not
made.
•A malicious third-part may intentionally intercept and monitor transmitted data including the content of e-mail
and personal information such as your ID, password, and/or credit card numbers.
•A malicious third-party may access your personal or corporate network without authorization and engage in the
following types of behavior.
Retrieve personal and/or secret information (information leak)
Spread false information by impersonating a particular person (spoofing)
Overwrite intercepted communications and issue false data (tampering)
Spread harmful software such as a computer virus and crash your data and/or system (system crash)
Since most wireless LAN adapters or access points are equipped with security features to take care of these
problems, you can reduce the possibility of these problems occurring when using this product by making the
appropriate security settings for the wireless LAN device.
Some wireless LAN devices may not be set for security immediately after purchase. To decrease the possibility
of occurrence of security problems, before using any wireless LAN devices, be absolutely sure to make all
security-related settings according to the instructions given in the operation manuals supplied with them.
Depending on the specifications of the wireless LAN, a malicious third-party may be able to break security
settings by special means.
Please contact Panasonic if you need help taking care of security settings or other such.
If you cannot perform security settings for your wireless LAN by yourself, please contact the Panasonic Support
Center.
Panasonic asks customers to thoroughly understand the risk of using this product without making security
settings, and recommends that the customer make security settings at their own discretion and responsibility.
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Accessories
Make sure the following accessories are provided with your projector. Numbers in the brackets ( ) show the
number of accessories.
Remote control unit (x1)
(6451056016)
Power cord (x1)
(6103580203)
CD-ROM (x1)
(6103589404)
Batteries (AAA/R03 or
AAA/LR03 type) (x2)
Important
Information
Precautions for Use
(for remote control unit)
RGB signal cable (x1)
(6103580425)
AC power cord holder (x1)
(6451052124)
Lens cap (x1)
(6103594279)
String (x1)
(6103430249)
(Attached to the projector
at the time of purchase.)
Soft Carrying Case (x1)
(6103601861)
Attention
zz After unpacking the projector, discard the power cord cap and packaging material properly.
zz For lost accessories, consult your dealer.
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
zz Store small parts in an appropriate manner, and keep them away from young children.
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Precautions for Use
Important
Information
JJ Contents of the supplied CD-ROM
The contents of the supplied CD-ROM are as follow.
Manual/list (PDF)
Software

Operating Instructions – Functional
Manual

Operation Manual Multi Projector
Monitoring & Control Software 2.7

Operation Manual Logo Transfer
Software 2.0

Operation Manual Wireless Manager
ME6.0
List of compatible projector models
•• This is a list of projectors that are compatible with
the software (refer to the right column), and their
restrictions.
Software license

Multi Projector Monitoring & Control
Software 2.7(Windows)
•• This software allows you to monitor and control
multiple projectors connected to the LAN.
Logo Transfer Software 2.0(Windows)
•• This software allows you to create original
images, such as company logos to be displayed
when projection starts, and transfer them to the
projector.

Wireless Manager ME6.0 (Windows/
Mac)
•• This software allows you to send computer
screen displays over wireless/wired LAN.
(GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE and GNU
LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE)
Optional accessories
Options
Ceiling Mount Bracket
Model No.
ET-PKV100H (for high ceilings), ET-PKV100S (for low ceilings)
Projector Mount Base
ET-PKV200B
Replacement Lamp Unit
ET-LAV200
Replacement Filter Unit
ET-RFV200
Easy Wireless Stick*1
ET-UW100
*1 This product can be purchased in the U.S., Canada, Japan and the European Communities.
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About Your Projector
Remote control
(2)
(4)
(1)
(5)
(13)
(12)
(6)
(11)*
(7)
(8)
(10)
(9)
enter part is <ENTER> Button.
*C
Outer part is <MOUSE CONTROL>
Button.
(1) <STANDBY> Button
Turn the projector off (Æpage 34).
(2) Signal Emission indicator
Light red while a signal is being sent from the
remote control to the projector.
(3) Remote control signal emitter
(4) <POWER ON> Button
Turn the projector on (Æpage 32).
(5) <AUTO SETUP/CANCEL> Button
Execute the setting of Auto setup in the setting
menu (Æpage 56).
Cancel the playing of the memory viewer function
(Æpage 89).
(6) <MENU> Button
Open or close the On-Screen Menu (Æpage 40).
(7)▲▼◄► (VOL-/+) Buttons, <ENTER> Button
zz Navigate the MENU display (Æpage 40).
zz Adjust the volume level or mute the sound.
(8) <L-CLICK> Button
Act as the left mouse button for wireless mouse
operation (Æpage 37).
(9) Number Buttons
Act as number buttons. Use these buttons when
setting the remote control codes (Æpage 24) or
entering the PIN code numbers (Æpage 33).
(10) <R-CLICK> Button
Act as the right mouse button for wireless mouse
operation (Æpage 37).
(11) <MOUSE CONTROL> Button
M
ove a pointer of the projector or a pointer for
wireless mouse operation (Æpage 37).
(12) <INFO> Button
Operate the information function (Æpage 36).
(13) <IMAGE> Button
Select the image mode (Æpage 36).
Note
zz The remote control can be used as a wireless mouse for
your computer.
zz Before operating the wireless mouse, connect your
computer and the projector with a USB cable
(Æpage 37).
zz When a USB cable is connected to the computer and the
projector, turn on the projector first, then the computer.
zz (8), (10), (11), (15) are available when a USB cable is
connected to the computer and the projector.
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Preparation
(3)
About Your Projector
(14)
(25)
(15)
(16)
(24)
(17)
Preparation
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(14) <POINTER> Button
Act as the On-Off switch for the Pointer.
(Æpage 37)
(15) <PAGE UP/DOWN> Buttons
S
croll back and forth the pages on the screen
when giving a presentation. To use these buttons,
connect the projector and your computer with a
USB cable.(Æpage 37)
(16) <MUTE> Button
Mute the sound. (Æpage 38)
(17) <D.ZOOM +/-> Buttons
Zoom in and out the images. (Æpage 38)
(18) <FREEZE> Button
P
ause the projected image and sound tentatively.
(Æpage 38)
(19) <AV MUTE> Button
Temporarily turn off the image on the screen.
(Æpage 39)
(20) <SCREEN> Button
Select a screen mode. (Æpage 52)
(21) <P-TIMER> Button
Operate the P-timer function. (Æpage 39)
(22) <LAMP> Button
Select a lamp mode. (Æpage 39)
(23) ON/OFF switch
W
hen using the remote control, set this switch to
“ON”. Set it to “OFF” for power saving when it is
not in use.
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(24) Input Selection buttons: <COMPUTER 1>,
<COMPUTER 2>, <VIDEO>, <S-VIDEO>,
<HDMI>, <NETWORK>.
These buttons are used to select the input signal.
(Æpage 38)
(25) <KEYSTONE> Button
Correct keystone distortion. (Æpage 37)
Attention
zz Do not drop the remote control.
zz Avoid contact with liquids.
zz Do not attempt to modify or disassemble the remote
control.
Note
zz The remote control can be used within a distance of
about 7 m (22.97 ft) if pointed directly at the remote
control signal receiver. The remote control can control at
angles of up to ± 30 ° vertically and ± 30 ° horizontally,
but the effective control range may be reduced.
zz If there are any obstacles between the remote control
and the remote control signal receiver, the remote control
may not operate correctly.
zz You can operate the projector by reflecting the remote
control signal on the screen. The operating range may
differ due to the loss of light caused by the properties of
the screen.
zz When the remote control signal receiver is lit with a
fluorescent light or other strong light source, the projector
may become inoperative. Set the projector as far from
the luminous source as possible.
About Your Projector
Projector body
(6)
(10)
(7)
(9)
(1)
(11)
(8)
(12)
(2) (3) (4)
■ Bottom view
(13)
(1) Remote control signal receiver
(2) Focus Lever (Æpage 35)
Adjust the focus.
(3) Projection Lens
(4) Zoom Lever (Æpage 35)
Adjust the zoom.
(5) Vertical lens shift ring (Æpage 28)
Adjust the vertical position of the projected image.
(6) Control Panel and Indicators (Æpage 22)
(7) Lamp cover (Æpage 96)
The lamp unit is located inside.
(8) Air outlet port
•• Hot air is exhausted from the exhaust vent. Do
not put heat-sensitive objects near this side.
(9) Speaker
(10) AC IN
(11) Terminals (Æpage 23)
WARNING:
zz Keep your hands and other objects away from
the air exhaust port.
zz Keep your hand and face away.
zz Do not insert your finger.
zz Keep heat-sensitive articles away.
Heated air from the air exhaust port can cause burns
or external damage.
(12) Air intake port / Air filter covers (Æpage 93)
(13) Adjustable feet
Adjust the projection angle.
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Preparation
(5)
About Your Projector
Control panel
(1)
(9)
(2)
(3)
Preparation
(4)
(5)
(10)
(6) (7) (8)
(1) <
> button
Turn the projector on/off.
(2) <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator
Indicate the power status.
(3) <LAMP> indicator
Light yellow when the projection lamp reaches its
end of life.
(4) <WARNING> indicator
Indicate the abnormal conditions of the projector.
(5) Ambient Luminance sensor
Detect room's light, select proper image quality.
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(6) <MENU> button
Display the MENU screen. (Æpage 40)
(7) <ENTER> button
Execute the selected item.
(8) ▲▼◄► (VOL-/+)buttons
Navigate the MENU screen.
Adjust the volume level or mute the sound.
(9) <INPUT> button
Select the input signal. (Æpage 38)
(10) <AUTO SETUP> button
Execute the setting of Auto setup in the setting
menu.
About Your Projector
Rear terminals
(2)
(3)
COMPUTER 1 IN
COMPUTER 2 IN
SERIAL IN
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
(4)
(5)
USB B
USB A
(6)
LAN
VIEWER
DISPLAY/
MOUSE CONTROL
MIC IN
S-VIDEO IN
R
L
(7)
(8)
(9)
COMPUTER VARIABLE
AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT
(11)
(10)
(1) COMPUTER 1 IN/ COMPONENT IN
Connect to COMPUTER 1 IN/ COMPONENT IN
input signals.
(2) COMPUTER 2 IN/ MONITOR OUT
Connect to COMPUTER 2 IN/ MONITOR OUT
input signals or outputs the analog RGB signals
input to the projector.
(3) HDMI
Connect to HDMI input signals.
(4) USB Connector (Series B)
zz In order to operate the computer with the remote
control and use the <PAGE UP/DOWN> buttons
on the remote control during a presentation,
connect the USB port of the computer to the
USB terminal with a USB cable (not supplied).
zz The projector provides the "USB display"
function that the image and sound are sent to
the projector by connecting the computer to the
projector with a USB cable.
For details, please refer to the "Operation Manual
Wireless Manager ME6.0" in CD-ROM.
(5) USB Connector (Series A)
Insert the USB thumb drive directly (Æpage 88).
(6) LAN
Connect to a LAN cable for network connection.
(7) Security slot
Attach the commercial shackle lock, manufactured
by Kensington, to protect your projector.
Compatible with the Kensington MicroSaver
Security System.
(12)
(13)
(14)
(8) SERIAL IN
Connect to a computer via an RS-232C cable.
(9) VIDEO IN
Connect to VIDEO input signals.
(10) AUDIO IN
Connect to the audio input signals.
AUDIO IN has left and right (L and R) terminals.
(11) COMPUTER AUDIO IN 1
Connect to the audio input signals.
(12) COMPUTER AUDIO IN 2 (MIC IN)
Connect to the audio input signals. Or connect the
MIC to this jack.
(13) VARIABLE AUDIO OUT
Output the audio signals input to the projector.
(14) S-VIDEO IN
Connect to S-VIDEO input signals.
Attention
zz When a LAN cable is directly connected to the projector,
the network connection must be made indoors.
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Preparation
(1)
Using Remote control
Installing and Removing batteries
1111 Open the cover
2222 Install batteries and close the cover
(Insert the – side first.)
Preparation
zz Remove the batteries in the reverse order of
installation.
Setting Remote control ID numbers
When you use the system with multiple projectors, you can operate all the projectors simultaneously or each
projector individually using single remote control, if unique ID number is assigned to each projector.
After setting the ID number of the projector, set the same ID number to the remote control.
There are 7 different ID codes (ALL, Code 1~Code 6), the initial ID number is [ALL].
JJSetting the ID number
1) While holding down the <MENU> button, press the Number Buttons, the number you press the
Number buttons corresponds to the desired ID code number.
2) The number you press the number buttons is as follows: Code 1= <1 MUTE>, Code 2= <2 D.ZOOM +>,
Code 3= <3 VIDEO>, Code 4= <4 FREEZE>, Code 5= <5 D.ZOOM ->, Code 6= <6 S-VIDEO>.
JJResetting the ID number
1) The ID code is reset to [ALL] (default) by pressing the <MENU> button and <0 LAMP> button at the
same time for 5 seconds or more.
Note
zz For details, please refer to the [Remote control] of the [Setting] menu.
(Æpage 60)
MENU button
Number buttons
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Setting up
Projection method
You can use the projector with any of the following 4 projection methods. To set the desired method in the projector.
JJSetting on a desk/floor and
JJMounting on the ceiling and
Menu setting*1
Menu setting*1
Ceiling
Rear
Off
Off
JJMounting on the ceiling and
projecting from rear
projecting forward
Ceiling
Rear
JJSetting on a desk/floor and
projecting from rear
(Using translucent screen)
Menu setting*1
Ceiling
Rear
On
Off
(Using translucent screen)
Menu setting*1
On
On
Ceiling
Rear
Off
On
***** For details about the menu setting, please refer to the [Screen] menu → [Ceiling] and [Rear]. (Æpage 54)
Parts for ceiling mount (Optional)
You can install the projector on the ceiling by using the optional ceiling mount bracket (ET-PKV100H: for high
ceiling, ET-PKV100S: for low ceiling), and the optional projector mount base ET-PKV200B.
zz Use only the ceiling mount brackets specified for this projector.
zz Refer to the installation manual for the ceiling mount bracket when you install the bracket and the projector.
Attention
zz To ensure projector performance and security, installation of the ceiling mount bracket must be carried by your
dealer or a qualified technician.
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Getting Started
projecting forward
Setting up
Screen size and throw distance
Projected image
Screen
SH
SD
L (LW/LT)
H
SH
Place the projector referring
to the diagram on the right
and the figures of throwing
distance. You can adjust the
display size.
SW
Projection distance (m)
SH
Height of the projection area (m)
SW
Width of the projection area (m)
SW
L (LW/LT) *1
Distance from the center of lens to the
image lower end (m)
H
SD
L (LW/LT)
Screen
Diagonal length of the projection area (m)
Getting Started
***** LW : Minimum distance
LT : Maximum distance
Attention
zz Before installing, please read “Precautions for Use” (Æ pages 12 to 18).
JJ
Projection distance for PT-VW435NE
All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements. (Unit: m)
Projection
size
For 4:3 aspect ratio
Maximum
Height
distance
position (H)
(LT)
For 16:9 aspect ratio
For 16:10 aspect ratio
Minimum Maximum
Height
distance distance
position (H)
(LT)
(LW)
Minimum Maximum
Height
distance distance
position (H)
(LT)
(LW)
Screen
diagonal
(SD)
Minimum
distance
(LW)
30"
0.8
1.4
0.009~0.229
0.8
1.3
0.007~0.187
0.7
1.2
0.008~0.202
40"
1.1
1.8
0.012~0.305
1.0
1.7
0.010~0.249
1.0
1.6
0.011~0.269
50"
1.4
2.3
0.015~0.381
1.3
2.1
0.012~0.311
1.3
2.0
0.013~0.337
60"
1.7
2.8
0.018~0.457
1.6
2.5
0.015~0.374
1.5
2.5
0.016~0.404
70"
2.0
3.3
0.021~0.533
1.8
3.0
0.017~0.436
1.8
2.9
0.019~0.471
80"
2.3
3.7
0.024~0.610
2.1
3.4
0.020~0.498
2.0
3.3
0.022~0.538
90"
2.6
4.2
0.027~0.686
2.3
3.8
0.022~0.560
2.3
3.7
0.024~0.606
100"
2.9
4.7
0.030~0.762
2.6
4.2
0.025~0.623
2.5
4.1
0.027~0.673
120"
3.5
5.6
0.037~0.914
3.1
5.1
0.030~0.747
3.1
4.9
0.032~0.808
150"
4.3
7.0
0.046~1.143
3.9
6.4
0.037~0.934
3.8
6.2
0.040~1.010
200"
5.8
9.4
0.061~1.524
5.3
8.5
0.050~1.245
5.1
8.3
0.054~1.346
250"
7.3
11.7
0.076~1.905
6.6
10.6
0.062~1.557
6.4
10.3
0.067~1.683
300"
8.7
14.0
0.091~2.286
7.9
12.7
0.075~1.868
7.7
12.4
0.081~2.019
Any other projection distance can be obtained according to the screen dimensions (m) using the following
calculations.
The calculated distance may contain a certain error.
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Setting up
If the screen dimensions are written as “SD",
For 4:3 aspect ratio
For 16:9 aspect ratio
For 16:10 aspect ratio
Screen height (SH)
= SD(m) × 0.6
= SD(m) × 0.490
= SD(m) × 0.530
Screen width (SW)
= SD(m) × 0.8
= SD(m) × 0.872
= SD(m) × 0.848
Minimum distance (LW)
= 0.11461 × SD(m) - 0.02936
= 0.10402 × SD(m) - 0.02936
= 0.10122 × SD(m) - 0.02936
Maximum distance (LT)
= 0.18465 × SD(m) - 0.03190
= 0.16764 × SD(m) - 0.03190
= 0.16311 × SD(m) - 0.03190
JJProjection distance for PT-VX505NE
All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements. (Unit: m)
For 4:3 aspect ratio
For 16:9 aspect ratio
Screen diagonal (SD)
Minimum
distance
(LW)
Maximum
distance
(LT)
Height position (H)
Minimum
distance
(LW)
Maximum
distance
(LT)
Height position (H)
30"
0.7
1.1
0.046~0.229
0.8
1.3
0.037~0.187
40"
0.9
1.5
0.061~0.305
1.0
1.7
0.050~0.249
50"
1.2
1.9
0.076~0.381
1.3
2.1
0.062~0.311
60"
1.4
2.3
0.091~0.457
1.6
2.5
0.075~0.374
70"
1.7
2.7
0.107~0.533
1.8
3.0
0.087~0.436
80"
1.9
3.1
0.122~0.610
2.1
3.4
0.100~0.498
90"
2.2
3.5
0.137~0.686
2.4
3.8
0.112~0.560
100"
2.4
3.9
0.152~0.762
2.6
4.2
0.125~0.623
120"
2.9
4.7
0.183~0.914
3.1
5.1
0.149~0.747
150"
3.6
5.8
0.229~1.143
3.9
6.4
0.187~0.934
200"
4.8
7.8
0.305~1.524
5.3
8.5
0.249~1.245
250"
6.0
9.7
0.381~1.905
6.6
10.6
0.311~1.557
300"
7.3
11.7
0.457~2.286
7.9
12.7
0.374~1.868
Any other projection distance can be obtained according to the screen dimensions (m) using the following
calculations.
The calculated distance may contain a certain error.
If the screen dimensions are written as “SD",
For 4:3 aspect ratio
For 16:9 aspect ratio
Screen height (SH)
= SD(m) × 0.6
= SD(m) × 0.490
Screen width (SW)
= SD(m) × 0.8
= SD(m) × 0.872
Minimum distance (LW)
= 0.09547 × SD(m) - 0.02937
= 0.10402 × SD(m) - 0.02937
Maximum distance (LT)
= 0.15390 × SD(m) - 0.03189
= 0.16768 × SD(m) - 0.03189
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Getting Started
Projection size
Setting up
Adjusting front adjustable feet
Lift the front of the projector and press the feet lock latches on both side of the projector.
Release the feet lock latches to lock the adjustable feet and rotate the adjustable feet to a proper height and tilt.
You can turn the front adjustable feet to extend them. You can turn them in the opposite direction to contract
them.
(You can adjust the projection angle vertically.)
Feet Lock Latches
Getting Started
Adjustable range
Front adjustable feet : 48.5 mm(1.909")
Attention
zzHeated air comes out of the air exhaust port while the lamp is lit. Do not touch the air exhaust port directly when you adjust
the front adjustable feet.
zzIf keystone distortion occurs on the projected image, perform “KEYSTONE” from the “Screen” menu. (Æpage 53)
Note
zzScrew up the adjustable feet, and an audible click will be heard as the limit.
Adjusting the position using the vertical lens shift function
If the projector is not positioned right in front of the center of the screen, you can adjust the vertical position of
projected image by moving the vertical lens shift ring within the shift range of the lens.
1111 Lens shift adjustment for PT-VX505NE
The display position can be shifted upward up
to 40% elevation of the display. (When turn
the vertical lens shift ring to the right (left), the
display moves up (down)).
2222 Lens shift adjustment for PT-VW435NE
Lens shift adjustable range
40%
Lens shift center
position
Shift range
Lens shift adjustable range
The display position can be shifted upward
up to 48% elevation of the display. (When
turn the vertical lens shift ring to the right
(left), the display moves up (down)).
Attention
Please note the followings when using the projector.
zz Do not touch the lens while it is moving as this could cause injury to the fingers.
zz Never allow children to touch the lens.
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48%
Lens shift center
position
Shift range
Connections
Before connecting to the projector
zz Read carefully the instruction manual for the device to be connected.
zz Turn off the power switch of the devices before connecting cables.
zz If any connection cable is not supplied with the device, or if no optional cable is available for connection of the
device, prepare a necessary system connection cable to suit the device.
zz Video signals containing too much jitter may cause the images on the screen to randomly wobble or wafture.
In this case, a time base corrector (TBC) must be connected.
zz The projector accepts the following signals: VIDEO, S-VIDEO, analogue-RGB (with TTL sync. Level) and
digital signal.
zz Some computer models are not compatible with the projector.
zz When using long cables to connect with each of equipment to the projector, there is a possibility that the image
will not be output correctly unless a compensator is used.
zz For details on what video signals the projector supports, see “List of compatible signals”. (Æpage 108-111)
Audio system
Computer
MIC
Video deck
(TBC built-in)
Blue ray disk player with HDMI
terminal
Control computer
COMPUTER 1 IN
COMPUTER 2 IN
SERIAL IN
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
USB B
USB A
LAN
VIEWER
DISPLAY/
MOUSE CONTROL
MIC IN
S-VIDEO IN
L
R
COMPUTER VARIABLE
AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT
AC IN ~
Attention
zz When connecting with a video deck, be sure to use the one with a built-in time base corrector (TBC) or use a TBC between
the projector and the video deck.
zz If nonstandard burst signals are connected, the image may be distorted. If this is the case, connect a TBC between the
projector and the video deck.
Note
zz When using an HDMI cable, check that it is compliant with the HDMI standard. Using a cable that is not compliant with the
HDMI standard may result in problems such as the image cutting out or not appearing.
When connecting the 1 080p signal using HDMI, use a cable compliant with 1 080p signal.
zz This projector does not support the Viera link (HDMI).
zz For the specifications of the RGB signals that can be applied from the PC, refer to “List of compatible signals”.
(Æpage 108-111)
zz The details of wired LAN and wireless communication between the projector and computer, please see "Network".
(Æpage 65-91)
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Getting Started
Connecting example
ic Operation
Powering ON/OFF
Connecting the power cord
Be sure to insert the attached power cord securely to its base to prevent it from coming off.
JJPower cord holder
A power cord holder is designed to prevent the AC power cord from coming off the projector.
Please insert the power cord into the power cord holder correctly as Picture (1) shown:
AC Power cord holder
Clamp
Picture (1)
JJAttaching
Attach the AC power cord with the power cord clamp to the projector as follows:
Press the clamp on its sides, and then insert the AC power cord with the power cord clamp securely to the
projector as Picture (2) shown. It is correctly attached until you hear the "CLICK" sound. See Picture (3) for
correct attachment.
Basic Operation
Picture (2)
Picture (3)
JJRemoval
Remove the AC power cord from the electrical outlet while pressing the clamp on its sides.
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Powering ON/OFF
ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator
The power indicator informs you the status of the power. Confirm the status of the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)>
indicator before operating the projector.
ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator
Indicator status
No illumination or flashing
RED
Lit
Status
The power cord is unplugged.
The power cord is plugged.
The projector is in stand-by mode, after the cooling is completed.
ORANGE
Flashing
Lit
GREEN
Flashing
The temperature inside the projector is abnormally high. And the <WARNING>
indicator also blinks in red (Æpage 92). The projector cannot be turned on until
cooling is completed and the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator stops blinking.
Projecting.
The projector is in stand-by status with [Power management] function.
The projection lamp will be turned on if the input signal is reconnected or any
button on the control panel or remote control is pressed. (Æ page 59)
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Basic Operation
The projector is cooling down. The projector cannot be turned on until cooling is
completed and the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator stops blinking.
Powering ON/OFF
Turning On the Projector
(3)
(3)
(2)
1111 Complete peripheral connections (with a
computer, VCR, etc.) before turning on the
projector.
Preparation Screen
06
2222 Connect the projector’s AC power cord into an
AC outlet. The <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator
lights red. Open the lens cap.
Basic Operation
3333 Press the <
> button on the control panel or
the <POWER ON> button on the remote control.
The <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator lights
green and the cooling fans start to operate. The
preparation display appears on the screen and
the count down starts.
4444 After the countdown, the Input guide (include
the latest input source, lamp power status and
network information) appears on the screen.
5555 If there is no signal input when start on the
projector, or the current signal is missed while
operating the projector, the Video/Computer
selection window will be displayed on the screen,
please move the pointer to input source desired
by pressing the ▲▼ and the <ENTER> button.
And then follow the input signal guidance window
to correct the signal and connection.
If the projector is locked with a PIN code, PIN
code input dialog box will appear. Enter the PIN
code as instructed on the next page.
Note
zz When the [Logo select] function is set to [Off], the logo
will not be shown on the screen (Æpage 57).
zz When [Countdown off] or [Off] is selected in the [Display]
function, the preparation display will not be shown on the
screen (Æpage 57).
zz When the [Input search] function is set to [On 2], the
input signal will be searched automatically (Æpage 56).
zz When the [Direct on] function is set to [On], the projector
will be turned on automatically by connecting the AC
power cord to an AC outlet.
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The preparation display will disappear
after 30 seconds.
Input Guide
Input source
Lamp power status
Network information *1
*1 Please refer to [Verifying the network information]
(Æpage 65).
Video/Computer selection
Powering ON/OFF
Enter a PIN code
JJWhen using the top control
Press ▲▼ to enter a number. Press ► to fix the
number and move the red frame pointer to the next
box. The number changes to . If you fixed an
incorrect number, use the ◄ button to move the
pointer to the number you want to correct, and then
enter the correct number.
Repeat this step to complete entering a four-digit
number.
PIN Code Input Dialog Box
After the OK icon disappears,
you can operate the projector.
After entering the four-digit number, move the pointer
to “Set”. Press the <ENTER> button so that you can
start to operate the projector.
JJWhen using the remote control
Press the Number buttons on the remote control to
enter a number (Æ page 19). When you complete
entering a four-digit number, the pointer moves to
“Set”. Press the <ENTER> button so that you can
start to operate the projector.
Basic Operation
If you fix an incorrect number, use the ◄ button to
move the pointer to the number you want to correct,
and then enter the correct number.
If you entered an incorrect PIN code, PIN code and
the number () will turn red for a moment. Enter
the correct PIN code all over again.
Note
zz If the PIN code number is not entered or wrong PIN code
number is entered within three minutes after the PIN
code dialog box appeared, the projector will be turned off
automatically.
zz The “1234” is set as the initial PIN code at the factory.
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Powering ON/OFF
Turning Off the Projector
1111 Press the <
> button on the control panel or
the <STANDBY> button on the remote control,
and Power off? appears on the screen.
2222 Press the <
> button on the control panel or
the <STANDBY> button on the remote control
again to turn off the projector. The <ON(G)/
STANDBY(R)> indicator starts to blink orange,
and the cooling fans keep running. At this time,
you can unplug the AC power cord even if the
fans are still running.
3333 When the projector has cooled down enough, the
<ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator stops blinking
and you can turn on the projector.
Note
Basic Operation
zz Do not put the projector in a case before the projector is
cooled enough.
zz While the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator is blinking,
the lamp is being cooled down and the projector cannot
be turned on. Wait until the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)>
indicator stops blinking to turn on the projector again.
zz The projector can be turned on after the <ON(G)/
STANDBY(R)> indicator turns red. The waiting time
to restart will be shortened when the normal power-off
processing for fan cooling is completed, compared with
the time the AC power cord is immediately unplugged
after the power-off.
JJDirect Power Off function
You can disconnect the power cord from the wall
outlet or turn off the breaker even during projection
without pressing the <
> button on the control
panel or the <STANDBY> button on the remote
control.
Note
zz When using the Direct power Off function, you can
not restart the projector immediately after the power is
disconnected. The lamp remains high temperature and
needs to be cooled, so it sometimes takes longer time
than usual for the lamp to light up again.
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Power off? disappears after 4 seconds.
Projecting
Check the connections of the peripheral devices and
connection of the power cord (Æpage 30) and switch
on the power (Æpage 32) to start the projector. Select
the image and adjust the state of the image.
Selecting the image
3333 Adjust the zoom and the focus.
Turn [Zoom lever] and [Focus lever] to adjust the
image.
Focus lever
Zoom lever
Select an input signal.
The image selected with the <COMPUTER 1>,
<COMPUTER 2>, <VIDEO>, <S-VIDEO>, <HDMI> or
<NETWORK> button is projected (Æpage 38).
Attention
zz Images may not be projected properly depending on the
connected device and DVD, video tape, etc. to be played.
Select a system format that is suitable for the input signal
in [Component] or [RGB] in the [Input] menu (Æpage 43).
zz Check the aspect ratio of the screen and the image and
select the optimum aspect ratio under the [Screen] menu
(Æpage 52).
1111 Adjust the projection angle.
zz Place the projector parallel to the screen, and
then install it on a flat surface so that the screen
becomes rectangle.
zz If the screen is tilted lower than the screen,
extend the adjustable feet to make a rectangle
screen.
zz For details, see “Adjusting front adjustable feet”
(Æpage 28).
2222 Adjust the lens shift.
zz Adjust the projection position with the vertical
lens shift ring.
zz For details, see "Adjusting the position using
the vertical lens shift function" (Æpage 28).
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Basic Operation
How to adjust the state of the
image
Note
zz It is recommended that the images are projected
continuously for at least 30 minutes before the focus is
adjusted.
zz If you adjust the focus, you may need to adjust the size
of the image by moving the zoom lever again.
zz If keystone distortion occurs, see “KEYSTONE”
(Æpage 53).
Basic operations by using the remote control
Using the MENU button
This function allows you to open or close the OnScreen Menu.
Button
Press the <MENU> button on the remote
control.
Note
zz For details, see "Menu Navigation". (Æpage 40)
Using the INFO button
Using the AUTO SETUP
function
Basic Operation
This function allows you to automatically adjust
Input search, Auto Keystone correction and Auto PC
adjustment during signal input from a computer.
Button
Press the <AUTO SETUP> button on the
remote control.
This function allows you to display the information
menu.
Button
Press <INFO> button on the remote
control.
Note
zz For details, see “Input Source Information Display ” in
“Information” under Main menu. (Æpage 64)
Note
zz For details, see “Setting” of Main menu. (Æpage 56)
Using the IMAGE button
This function allows you to select a desired image
mode of the screen.
Controlling the volume of the
speaker
You can control the volume of the projector’s speaker
or audio output.
Button
Press <IMAGE> button on the remote control to select
the desired image mode among [Dynamic], [Standard],
[Real], [Cinema], [Blackboard (Green)], [Colorboard],
[Image 1], [Image 2], [Image 3] and [Image 4].
Note
zz For details, see “Image select” of Main menu.
(Æpage 48)
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Buttons
Press the <VOL –/+> buttons on the control panel
or on the remote control to adjust the volume. The
volume dialog box appears on the screen for a few
seconds.
Note
zz For details, see “Volume” of "Sound" under Main menu.
(Æpage 55)
Basic operations by using the remote control
Using the wireless mouse
function
<L-CLICK/R-CLICK> buttons act as left/right mouse
button while the projector and a computer are
connected with a USB cable, and move the pointer on
the screen with <MOUSE CONTROL> button.
enter part is <ENTER> Button.
C
Outer part is <MOUSE CONTROL>
Button.
Buttons
Using the POINTER button
Act as the On-Off switch for the Pointer. When the
pointer displays on the screen, you can use the
<MOUSE CONTROL> button on the remote control to
move the pointer.
Button
Press the <POINTER> button on the
remote control.
Note
zz For details, see “Setting” of Main menu. (Æpage 58)
Note
zz When using wireless mouse function, please select
[Mouse control] in the [USB terminal] first. (Æpage 58)
zz When a USB cable is connected to the computer and the
projector, turn on the projector first, then the computer.
If you turn on the computer first, the wireless mouse
function may not operate properly.
zz When the pointer displays on the screen, you can use the
<MOUSE CONTROL> button on the remote control to
move the pointer, but can not use it to move the mouse
cursor at the same time.
Using the PAGE UP/DOWN
buttons
Scroll back and forth the pages on the screen when
giving a presentation.
Buttons
Press the <PAGE UP/DOWN> buttons on
the remote control.
Note
zz To use these buttons, connect the projector and your
computer with a USB cable.
Using the KEYSTONE button
This function allows you to correct keystone distortion.
Button
If a projected picture still has keystone distortion after
pressing the <AUTO SETUP> button, correct the
image manually as follows:
Press the <KEYSTONE> button on the remote
control. The Keystone dialog box appears. Press
▲▼ to correct keystone distortion. The keystone
adjustment can be stored (Æpage 53).
Operation
Screen image
Reduce the
upper width
with press
▲.
Reduce the
lower width
with press
▼.
Note
zz The white arrows indicate that there is no correction.
zz A red arrow indicates the direction of correction.
zz An arrow disappears at the maximum correction.
zz If you press the <KEYSTONE> button on the remote
control once more while the keystone dialog box is being
displayed, the keystone adjustment will be canceled
(Æpage 53).
zz The adjustable range is limited depending on the input
signal.
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Basic Operation
Press <MOUSE CONTROL> or <L-CLICK/
R-CLICK> buttons on the remote control.
Basic operations by using the remote control
Switching the input signal
You can switch the input signals to project.
Using the MUTE button
Press this button on the remote control to select [On]
to temporarily turn off the sound.
Button
Buttons
Press <MUTE> button on the remote
control.
Note
zz To turn the sound back on, press this button again or
press the <VOL -/+> buttons. (Æpage 55)
Press (<COMPUTER 1>,<COMPUTER
2>, <HDMI>, <VIDEO>, <S-VIDEO>, or
<NETWORK>) button on the remote
control.
Basic Operation
COMPUTER 1
Switch to Computer 1(RGB)/
Computer 1(Component)/
Computer 1(Scart) input.
COMPUTER 2
Switches to Computer 2(RGB)
input.
HDMI
Switches to HDMI input.
VIDEO
Switches to Video input.
S-VIDEO
Switches to S-video input.
NETWORK
Switches to Network input.
Note
zz Each press of the <INPUT> button on the Control Panel
of the main unit switches the settings as shown below.
(Æpage 22)
Computer 1 (RGB)/
Computer 1 (Scart)/
Computer 1 (Component)
Network
*
Computer 2
(RGB)
HDMI
S-video
Video
t depends on the item you selected in the
* I[Computer
1] submenu of the [Input] menu.
Using the D.ZOOM +/- buttons
This function allows you to enter to the Digital zoom
+/– mode.
Buttons
Press <D.ZOOM +/-> buttons on the
remote control.
Note
zz For details, see "Screen" of Main menu. (Æpage 53)
Using the FREEZE function
You can freeze the projected image and stop the
sound temporarily, regardless of the playing condition
of the connected device.
Button
Press the <FREEZE> button on the remote control to
freeze the picture on the screen, meanwhile, volume
is muted. To cancel the Freeze function, press the
<FREEZE> button again or press any other button.
Fig.1 will appear on the screen while the Freeze
function is working.
Fig.1
Note
zz When no signal inputs,
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mark will appear.
Basic operations by using the remote control
Using the AV MUTE function
Using the P-TIMER button
Press the <P-TIMER> button on the remote control to
operate the [Count up]/[Count down] function.
Button
Button
Press the < AV MUTE> button on the remote control
to black out the image. To restore to normal, press the
< AV MUTE> button again or press any button.
zz When the Logo is not set, the screen changes each time
you press the < AV MUTE> button as follows.
Press <P-TIMER> button on the remote
control.
Note
projected image
zzThe projected Logo (the logo can be set according
to users’ favorite) is transferred from computer to
the projector by “Logo Transfer Software” on the
supplied CD-ROM and is set as [User] in the Logo
selection (Æpage 57), the screen changes each
time you press the < AV MUTE> button as follows.
black out
Logo
Using the LAMP button
This function allows you to select the lamp mode for
changing the brightness on the screen.
projected image
Button
Press <LAMP> button on the remote
control.
Note
zz When use the <MUTE> button to release the [AV mute]
function, the mute function can not be operated at the
same time.
Note
zz For details, see “Lamp Power” of "Setting" under Main
menu. (Æpage 60)
Using the SCREEN button
This function allows you to select screen mode or
change the screen size.
Button
Press the <SCREEN> button on the
remote control.
Note
zz For details, see “Screen” of Main menu. (Æpage 52)
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Basic Operation
black out
zz To stop the count time, press the <P-TIMER> button.
To cancel the [P-timer] function, press and hold the
<P-TIMER> button. (Æpage 59)
Menu Navigation
Navigating through the menu
JJOperating procedure
3333 Press ► or the <ENTER> button.
The submenu appears so that you can select the
sub-menu item.
1111 Press the <MENU> button.
The Main Menu screen appears.
2222 Press ▲▼ to select the Main Menu
item.
Select the desired item from the 9 items: [Input],
[PC adjust], [Image select], [Image adjust],
[Screen], [Sound], [Setting], [Information] and
[Network]. The selected item is highlighted with an
orange cursor and the submenu of the selected
item appears on the right.
4444 Press ▲▼ to select the desired submenu item.
5555 Press the<ENTER> button or press ►
to enter the desired item.
6666 Press ▲▼ ◄► to set or adjust the
parameter values.
7777 Press ◄ to return the previous menu.
Press the <MENU> button to exit the
menu display.
Note
zz Some items may not be adjusted or used for certain
signal formats input to the projector. The MENU items
that cannot be adjusted or used are shown in gray
characters, and they cannot be selected.
zz Some items can be adjusted even if signals are not input.
zz See pages 41 and 42 for details on the items of submenu.
Settings
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Menu Navigation
Main menu
The main menu consists of the following 9 menu
items.
When a main menu item is selected, the screen
changes to a submenu selection screen.
Input
PC adjust
Sub-menu item
Vertical
Current mode
Clamp
Display area H
Display area V
Reset
Mode free
Store
Factory default
-
Page
46
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
Note
Image select
zz This function will be available when the input source
come from computer.
Image adjust
JJImage select [
Sub-menu item
Dynamic
Standard
Real
Cinema
Blackboard(Green)
Colorboard
Image 1-4
Screen
Sound
Setting
]
Factory default
Red
-
Page
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
Information
Sub menu
The sub-menu screen of the selected main menu
appears, and you can set and adjust the various items
in the submenu.
JJInput [
]
Sub-menu item
Computer 1
Computer 2
HDMI
Video
S-video
Network
JJPC adjust [
Sub-menu item
AUTO PC adj.
Fine sync.
Total dots
Horizontal
Factory default
RGB
RGB
-
Page
43
43
43
43
43
44
]
Factory default
-
Page
45
46
46
46
Sub-menu item
Contrast
Brightness
Color*1
Tint*1
Iris
Color temp.
Red
Green
Blue
Daylight View
Sharpness
Gamma
Noise reduction*1
Progressive*1
Reset
Store
]
Factory default
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
8
8
L1
L1
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49
49
49
49
49
50
50
50
50
50
51
51
51
51
51
51
***** When input video signal to the projector, these
functions will be available.
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Settings
Image adjust [
Network
Menu Navigation
Screen [
]
Sub-menu item
Normal
Full
Wide (16:9)
Zoom
True*1
Natural wide*2
Custom
Custom adj.
Digital zoom +*1
Digital zoom -*1
Keystone
Ceiling
Rear
Screen aspect*2
Reset
Factory default
Store
Off
Off
Default(16:10)
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***** When input computer signal to the projector, these
functions will be available.
***** PT-VW435NE Only.
JJSound [
]
Sub-menu item
Volume
Mute
MIC
MIC gain
Standby MIC out
Settings
JJSetting [
Sub-menu item
Language
Menu position
Auto setup
Background
Display
Logo
HDMI setup
USB terminal
Pointer
Terminal
Power management
Direct on
Standby mode
P-timer
Closed caption
Lamp power
Remote control
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Factory Default
English
Center
Blue
On
Display
Spotlight L
Computer 2
Shutdown
Off
Eco
Count up
Off
Normal
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Sub-menu item
Security
Fan
Fan control
Video delay control
Filter counter
Emulate
Warning log
Factory default
Factory Default
L2
Off
Off
Default
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JJInformation [
]
Sub-menu item
Input
System
H-sync freq.
V-sync freq.
Screen
Language
Lamp power
Lamp runtime
Power management
Key lock
PIN code lock
Remote control
Serial number
JJNetwork [
Sub-menu item
Wired LAN
Wireless LAN
Wireless detailed setup
Projector name
Password
Network control
Live mode cut in
Multi-live
Network status
AMX D.D.
Room View
Memory viewer
Network factory default
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Input menu
Mode 1
Select [Input] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Remote Control
he preset system is manually adjusted in
T
the PC adjust Menu. The adjusted data can
be stored in Mode 1-10.
C Systems provided in this projector is
SVGA 1 P
Control Panel
chosen. The projector chooses a proper
system provided in the projector and
displays it.
* Mode 1 and SVGA 1 are examples.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [System].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
access the submenu.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select the desired system.
Computer 1: RGB/Component
/RGB (Scart)
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Computer 1].
2222 Press ► to access the submenu.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select RGB, Component
or RGB(Scart) and then press the
<ENTER> button.
HDMI
Press ▲▼to select [HDMI] and then press
the <ENTER> button.
Video
Press ▲▼ to select [Video] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Computer 2: RGB
JJComputer System Selection
This projector automatically tunes to various types
of computers with its Multi-scan system and Auto
PC Adjustment. If a computer is selected as a signal
source, this projector automatically detects the signal
format and tunes to project a proper image without
any additional settings. (Signal formats provided in
this projector are shown on pages 108-111.)
AUTO
----
W
hen the projector can not recognize
the connected signal conforming to the
provided PC Systems, [Auto] is displayed
on the System Menu box and the Auto
PC adjustment function works to display
proper images. If the image is not projected
properly, a manual adjustment is required.
here is no signal input from the computer.
T
Check the connection between your
computer and the projector.
S-video
Press ▲▼ to select [S-video] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
JJVideo System Selection
Video or S-video
Auto
The projector automatically detects an
incoming video system, and adjusts itself to
optimize its performance.
When Video System is [PAL-M] or [PAL-N],
select the system manually.
PAL/SECAM/NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N
If the projector cannot reproduce proper video
image, select a specific broadcast signal
format from among [PAL], [SECAM], [NTSC],
[NTSC 4.43], [PAL-M] and [PAL-N].
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Settings
Press ▲▼ to select [Computer 2 (RGB)]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
Input menu
Component
Auto
The projector automatically detects an
incoming video signal, and adjusts itself to
optimize its performance.
COMPONENT VIDEO SIGNAL FORMAT
If the projector cannot reproduce proper video
image, select a specific component video
signal format among [480i], [576i], [480p],
[576p], [720p], [1 035i] and [1 080i].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [System].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
access the submenu.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select the desired system.
Note
zz When the [Input Search] function is set to [On 1] or [On
2] in the [Auto setup] function, the input signal will be
searched automatically.
zz The AV System Menu cannot be selected when selecting
[RGB (Scart)].
Network
Press ▲▼to select [Network] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Note
Settings
zz For details please refer to Network operations on page
65-91.
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AUTO PC adjust
Select [PC adjust] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Remote Control
Control Panel
Auto PC adj.
Auto PC adjustment function is provided to
automatically adjust Fine sync, Total dots, Horizontal
and Vertical positions to conform to your computer.
Press ▲▼ to select [Auto PC adj.] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
zz Please wait... appears while the Auto PC
adjustment is in process.
To store adjustment parameters
Settings
The adjusted parameters from the Auto PC adjustment
can be stored in the projector. Once the parameters
are stored, the setting can be done just by selecting a
Mode (1–10) in the PC System Menu (see page 43).
See also [Store] on page 47.
Attention
zz [Fine sync], [Total dots], [Horizontal] and [Vertical]
position of some computers cannot be fully adjusted
with the Auto PC adjustment function. When the image
is not provided properly with this operation, manual
adjustments are required (Æpages 46-47).
zz The Auto PC adjustment cannot be operated when
[480i], [576i], [480p], [576p], [720p], [1 035i] or [1 080i] is
selected in the PC System Menu (Æpage 43), or when
the signal is coming from the HDMI terminal.
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Manual PC adjust
Select [PC adjust] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Remote Control
Control Panel
Horizontal
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Horizontal].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the horizontal
picture position.
JJFor horizontal (right and left)
adjustment
Operation
Some computers employ special signal formats
which may not be tuned by Multi-scan system of this
projector. Manual PC adjustment enables you to
precisely adjust several parameters to match those
signal formats. The projector has 10 independent
memory areas to store those parameters manually
adjusted. It allows you to recall the setting for a
specific computer.
Fine sync
Settings
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Fine sync].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the value.
zz The value can be adjusted from 0 to 31.
Adjustment
Press ◄.
The picture
position
moves to the
right.
Press ►.
The picture
position
moves to the
left.
Vertical
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Vertical].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the vertical picture
position.
JJFor vertical (up and down)
adjustment
Total dots
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Total dots].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the value.
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Operation
Adjustment
Press ►.
The picture
position
moves up.
Press ◄.
The picture
position
moves down.
Manual PC adjust
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Current mode].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
enter the next submenu to show
H-sync freq. and V-sync freq. of the
connected computer.
Clamp
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Clamp].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the clamp level.
zz When the image has dark bars, try this
adjustment.
Display area H
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Display area H].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the horizontal area
displayed by this projector.
Reset
To reset the adjusted data, all adjustments will return
to their previous figures.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Reset].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button.
zz A confirmation box appears and then select [Yes].
Mode free
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Mode free].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
enter the next submenu.
zz Move the highlight to the mode that you want to
clear and then press the <ENTER> button.
zz A confirmation box appears and then select [Yes].
Store
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Store].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
enter the next submenu.
zz Move the highlight to one of the Modes 1 to 10
in which you want to store, and then press the
<ENTER> button.
zz A confirmation box appears and then select
[Yes].
Settings
Current mode
Display area V
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Display area V].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the vertical area
displayed by this projector.
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Image select
Select [Image select] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Remote Control
Control Panel
Blackboard(Green)
For the image projected on a blackboard.
Press ▲▼ to select [Blackboard(Green)]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
zz This mode helps enhance the image projected
on a blackboard. This is mainly effective on a
green colored board, not truly effective on a
black colored board.
Colorboard
For the image projected on a colorboard.
Dynamic
For viewing pictures in a bright room.
Press ▲▼ to select [Dynamic] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Standard
Normal picture mode preset on the projector.
Settings
Press ▲▼ to select [Standard] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Colorboard].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
display the submenu.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select a color, and press
the <ENTER> button.
zz At the time of simple projection on the colored
wall, you can get the close color image to the
color image projected on a white screen by
selecting the similar color to the wall color from
the preset four colors (Red, Blue, Yellow and
Green).
Image 1-4
For viewing with the user preset image mode in the
Image adjust Menu. This Image memory is provided
in each computer, component and video input source.
Press ▲▼ to select [Image 1-4] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Real
Picture mode with improved halftone for graphics.
Press ▲▼ to select [Real] and then press
the <ENTER> button.
Cinema
Picture mode adjusted with fine tone.
Press ▲▼ to select [Cinema] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
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Image adjust
Select [Image adjust] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Control Panel
Remote Control
Color
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Color].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
increase the
Maximum
intensity of the color value 63
Press ◄.
decrease the
Minimum
intensity of the color value 0
Note
zz When input video signal to the projector, [Color] will be
available.
Note
Contrast
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Contrast].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
increase the contrast
Maximum
value 63
Press ◄.
decrease the
contrast
Minimum
value 0
Brightness
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Brightness].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
Tint
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Tint].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the tint value to
get a proper color balance.
zz Adjustments can be made between 0 and 63.
Note
zz When you select [NTSC] or [NTSC4.43] in System menu
under Video input signal, [Tint] will be available.
Settings
zz Make sure you selected [Store] after adjusting settings.
Some settings can not be stored if not registered with
[Store] function
Iris
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Iris].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to select [Off] or [On].
Off
Disabled
On
Contrast is prioritized over brightness
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
increase the
brightness
Maximum
value 63
Press ◄.
decrease the
brightness
Minimum
value 0
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Image adjust
Color temp.
Blue
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Color temp.].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired Color
temp. level.
zz You can select the desired [Color temp.] from
[XLow], [Low], [Mid] or [High].
Note
zz [Color temp.] level displays [Blackbord] or [Colorboard]
when the [Blackboard(Green)] or [Colorboard] is selected
in the [Image select] menu.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Red].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
deepen red tone
Maximum
value 63
Press ◄.
lighten red tone
Minimum
value 0
Settings
Green
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Green].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
deepen green
tone
Maximum
value 63
Press ◄.
lighten green
tone
Minimum
value 0
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Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
deepen blue tone
Maximum
value 63
Press ◄.
lighten blue tone
Minimum
value 0
Daylight View
Red
Operation
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Blue].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
This function uses an ambient light sensor to detect
the room’s light intensity and automatically adjust the
projector output to ensure a bright presentation.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Daylight View].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
Auto
Always works and improve image
performance in brightly lit places.
On
Enabled
Off
Disabled
Note
zzWhen [Rear] is set to [On], [Auto] is disabled.
zzWhen this function is set to [On] or [Auto], the
[Sharpness] is disabled.
Image adjust
Sharpness
Progressive
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Sharpness].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
increase the
Maximum
sharpness of the
value 15
image
Press ◄.
decrease the
Minimum
sharpness of the
value 0
image
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Progressive].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
zz An interlaced video signal can be displayed in
progressive mode. Select one of the following
options.
zz [Progressive] cannot be selected when [480p],
[576p], [720p], [1 035i] or [1 080i] is selected.
Off
Disabled
L1
For an active picture
L2
For a still picture
Film
For watching a film
Note
Gamma
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Gamma].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the gamma value
to obtain a better balance of contrast.
zz Adjustments can be made between 0 and 15.
Noise reduction
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Noise reduction].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to display
the adjustment dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
Off
Disabled
L1
Lower reduction
L2
Higher reduction
zz Noise interference on the screen can be
reduced. Select one of the above options to get
smoother images.
zz [Noise reduction] cannot be selected when
[480p], [576p], [720p], [1 035i] or [1 080i] is
selected.
zz When input video signal to the projector, [Progressive]
will become available.
Reset
To reset the adjusted data, all adjustments will return
to their previous figures.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Reset].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button.
zz A confirmation box appears and then select [Yes].
Note
zzTo reset the adjusted data except [Daylight View].
Store
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Store].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select one from Image 1
to 4 and press the <ENTER> button.
zz A confirmation box appears and then select [Yes].
Note
zzTo store the adjusted data except [Daylight View].
zzMake sure you selected [Store] after adjusting
settings. Some settings can not be stored if not
registered with [Store] function.
Note
zz When input video signal to the projector, [Noise
reduction] will become available.
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Settings
Note
zz When [Daylight View] is set to [On] or [Auto], the
[Sharpness] is disabled.
Screen
Select [Screen] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Remote Control
Control Panel
True
Provide the image in its original size. When the
original image size is larger than the panel size*, the
projector enters to the panning mode automatically.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [True] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼◄► to pan the image.
zz When adjusted, the arrows will turn red. When
*
reached to the correction limits, the arrows will
disappear.
Panel size (1 280 x 800) is only for PT-VW435NE.
Panel size (1 024 x 768) is for PT-VX505NE.
Note
Normal
Provide the image to fit the screen size while
maintaining the aspect ratio of the input signal.
Press ▲▼ to select [Normal] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Full
Provide the full screen image.
Press ▲▼ to select [Full] and then press
the <ENTER> button.
zz When input computer signal to the projector, [True] will
be available.
zz [True] is disabled and cannot be displayed when [480i],
[576i], [480p], [576p], [720p], [1 035i] or [1 080i] is
selected in the PC System Menu.
zz When [True] is selected in the Screen menu, [Digital
zoom +/-] can not be selected.
Natural wide (PT-VW435NE Only)
Modify the 4:3 aspect ratio image to fit the screen size
by stretching the image to make it look natural.
Press ▲▼ to select [Natural wide] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
Settings
Note
Wide(16:9)
Provide the image at the 16:9 wide screen ratio.
Press ▲▼ to select [Wide(16:9)] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Zoom
Scale the image proportionally to fit the entire screen.
Either side of image may go over the screen.
Press ▲▼ to select [Zoom] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
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zz When input video signal to the projector, [Natural wide]
will be available.
zz [Natural wide] is not available when [720p], [1 035i] or
[1 080i] is selected in the PC System Menu.
Custom
Provide the last stored aspect screen image.
Press ▲▼ to select [Custom] and press
the <ENTER> button.
Screen
Custom adj.
Adjust the screen scale and position manually with
this function.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Custom adj.].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
enter the next submenu.
3333 Press ▲▼ to choose the item you
want to adjust.
zz You can choose one from the items as below:
Scale H/V
Adjust the Horizontal/Vertical screen
scale.
H&V
When set to [On], the aspect ratio is
fixed.
Position H/V
Adjust the Horizontal/Vertical screen
position.
Common
Save the adjusted scale or position
to all the inputs.
Reset
To exit the Digital zoom +/– mode, press any button
except the <D.ZOOM +/–>, <ENTER> and ▲▼◄►
buttons.
To return to the previous screen size, select a screen
size from the Screen Size Adjustment Menu or select
an input source from the Input Source Selection Menu
(Æpage 43) again, or adjust the screen size with the
<D.ZOOM +/–> buttons.
Note
zz When input computer signal to the projector, [D.ZOOM
+/–] will be available.
zz [Digital zoom +/-] cannot be selected when [True] is
selected in the Screen menu.
zz [Digital zoom -] cannot be selected when [Custom] is
selected in the Screen menu.
zz [Digital zoom +/–] are disabled and cannot be displayed
when [480i], [576i], [480p], [576p], [720p], [1 035i] or
[1 080i] is selected in the PC System Menu (Æpage 44).
mark
zz When [Digital zoom +/–] functions are disabled,
will appear.
Reset the all adjusted values.
Keystone
Zoom in the images.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Digital zoom +]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
zz The On-Screen Menu disappears and
[D. zoom + ] appears.
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to zoom in
the image size and press ▲▼ ◄► to
move the image to the top/bottom/left/
right of the screen.
This function is used to adjust keystone distortion of
the projected image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Keystone].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to choose the item you
want to adjust.
Keystone
To correct keystone distortion
Store
To store or reset the keystone
correction
zz The Panning function can work only when the
image is larger than the screen size. A projected
image can be also expanded by pressing the
<D.ZOOM +> or the <ENTER> button.
Digital zoom –
The following items are the
submenu of [Store].
Store
Keep the keystone correction ever
when the AC power cord is plugged
out or turned off the projector.
Reset
Release the keystone correction
when the AC power cord is plugged
out.
Zoom out the images.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Digital zoom –]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
zz The On-Screen Menu disappears and
[D.zoom –] appears.
Note
zz For more details about the keystone correction, refer to
"Using the KEYSTONE button" (page 37).
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to zoom
out image size.
zz The projected image can be also compressed
by pressing the <D.ZOOM –> or the <ENTER>
button.
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Settings
Digital zoom +
Screen
Ceiling
Reset
This function is used to project the image from a
ceiling-mounted projector.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Ceiling] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to change the image.
zz When this function is set to [On], the picture will
be top/bottom and left/right reversed.
Rear
This function is used to project the image from rear of
the screen.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Rear] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to change the image.
zz When this function is set to [On], the picture will
be left/right reversed.
Screen aspect
(PT-VW435NE Only)
This function is used to project the image to a 4:3 or
16:9 projection screen.
Settings
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Screen aspect]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to choose one from the
items as below.
Default(16:10)
16:10 is the aspect of the LCD
panel.
16:9
Set to a 16:9 projection screen.
4:3
Set to a 4:3 projection screen.
Attention
zz When the [4:3] function is selected, [Natural wide] is not
available in the AV screen.
zz When the [16:9] function is selected, [Wide (16:9)] is not
available in the AV screen.
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To reset the adjusted data, all adjustments will return
to their previous figures.
Press ▲▼ to select [Reset] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
zz A confirmation box appears and then select
[Yes].
Sound
Select [Sound] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Control Panel
Remote Control
MIC
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [MIC] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to switch the MIC function
[On]/[Off].
zz When [Off] is selected in [MIC] function, the [MIC
gain] and [Standby MIC out] functions are not
available.
zz Connect the computer 2 audio input signals to
COMPUTER AUDIO IN 1 terminal as the MIC
function is turned on.
zz If the [MIC] function is turned on when
connecting PC audio to the AUDIO IN (a mini
jack), loud sound may be output suddenly
depending on the setting value of [MIC gain].
MIC gain
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Volume] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ◄► to adjust the volume.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [MIC gain] and
then Press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ◄► to adjust the MIC mixing
gain.
zz Press <ENTER> button to set the MIC gain.
zz Press <ENTER> button to set the volume.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
turn up the
volume
Maximum
value 63
Press ◄.
turn down the
volume
Minimum
value 0
zz You can also press <VOL –/+> buttons on the
remote control or control panel to adjust the
volume.
Mute
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Mute].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to switch
the mute function On/Off.
zz Press the <MUTE> button on the remote
control to temporarily turn off the sound. To turn
the sound back on, press the <MUTE> button
again or press the <VOL –/+> buttons.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
turn up the MIC
mixing gain
Maximum
value 63
Press ◄.
turn down the
MIC mixing gain
Minimum
value 0
Standby MIC out
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Standby MIC out]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to switch the [Standy MIC
out] function [On]/[Off].
zz When setting the [Standby MIC out] function
to [On] and in Standby mode status, only MIC
input volume can be output. Press the
<VOL -/+> buttons on the control panel or
on the remote control to adjust the MIC input
volume.
zz Only the Standby mode (Æ page 59) is set to
[Network], [Standby MIC out] can be selected.
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Settings
Volume
Setting
Select [Setting] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Remote Control
Control Panel
Menu position
This function is used to change the position of the OnScreen Menu.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Menu position].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button to change
the position.
zz The Menu position changes each time you
press <ENTER> button as follows:
the center → the bottom left → the bottom right → the
top left → the top right → the center......
Auto setup
Language
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Language].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select the desired
language.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Auto setup].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select these functions as
follows:
JJInput search
his function detects the input signal automatically.
T
When a signal is found, the search will stop.
Off
Input search will not work
On 1
Input search works*1
On 2
Input search works*2
Settings
***** ● When pressing the <AUTO SETUP> button on the
remote control or the control panel.
***** ● When turning on the projector by pressing the
<
> button on the control panel or the
<POWER ON> button on the remote control.●●●●●
● When pressing the <AUTO SETUP> button on the
remote control or the control panel.
● When the current input signal is cut off.*
* If the [AV mute] or [Freeze] function is active,
cancel it to activate the Input search. It is also
unavailable when On-Screen menu is
displayed.
Note
zzThe language used in the On-Screen Menu is
available in English, German, French, Italian,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish,
Norwegian, Danish, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian,
Czech, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Kazak,
Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Thai.
zz This function detects the input signal automatically
except [Network].
JJAuto PC adj.
On
Enables Auto PC adjustment *1
Off
Disables Auto PC adjustment
***** When pressing the <AUTO SETUP> button on
the remote control or the control panel.
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Setting
JJAuto keystone
Auto
Always works and corrects keystone
distortion according to the projector's tilt.
Manual
Works only when pressing the <AUTO
SETUP> button on the remote control or
the control panel.
Off
Disables Auto Keystone.
Note
zz [Input search], [Auto PC adj.] and [Auto Keystone] cannot
be set [Off] at the same time.
zz The [Auto Keystone] function cannot work when the
[Ceiling] feature is set [On] in the [Screen] menu.
***** Use this function when you want to project the
image as early as possible even when the lamp
is not bright enough.
***** Hide the On-Screen Displays except;
● On-Screen Menu.
● [Power off?]
● [P-timer] display.
● No signal for [Power management]
● [Please wait ...]
● Arrows for the True function in the [Screen]
Menu.
● [Service]
Logo
Select the background screen for when no input signal
is detected.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Background].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to switch between each
option as below.
Blue
Blue colored background.
User
The logo transferred by "Logo
Transfer Software *1 " is projected.
Black
Black colored background.
***** "Logo Transfer Software" is included on the
supplied CD-ROM.
This function decides whether to display On-Screen
Displays.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Display].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to switch between each
option as below.
JJLogo select
This function decides on the starting-up display from
among following options.
Off
Default
User
Show the countdown display only.
Show the factory-set logo.
The logo transferred by "Logo
Transfer Software *1 " is projected.
JJLogo PIN code lock
This function prevents an unauthorized person from
changing the screen logo.
Off
The screen logo can be changed freely
from the Logo Menu.
On
The screen logo cannot be changed
without a Logo PIN code.
Show all the On-Screen
displays *1
Countdown Show the input image instead
off
of the countdown when turning
on the projector *2
Off
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Logo].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to choose the desired item.
***** "Logo Transfer Software" is included on the
supplied CD-ROM.
Display
On
This function allows you to customize the screen logo
with [Logo select], [Logo PIN code lock] and [Logo
PIN code change] functions.
Hide the On-Screen Displays *3
***** Use this function when you want to project
images after the lamp becomes bright enough.
The factory default setting is in this option.
Note
zz If you want to change the Logo PIN code lock setting,
press the <ENTER> button and the Logo PIN code
dialog box appears. Enter a Logo PIN code by following
the steps below. The initial Logo PIN code is set to “4321”
at the factory.
zz You can enter a Logo PIN code through the control panel
or the remote control. For details, please refer to "Enter a
PIN code" (Æ page 33).
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Settings
Background
Setting
JJLogo PIN code change
Logo PIN code can be changed to your desired fourdigit number.
1111 Press ▲ ▼ to select [Logo PIN code
change] and press the <ENTER>
button.
zz Current logo PIN code dialog box appears.
2222 Press ▲▼ to enter the current code,
press the ► button to fix the number
and move the red frame pointer to the
next box.
USB terminal
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [USB terminal] and
then press the<ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to choose the desired item.
Display
Mouse
control
To display the image when the
input source comes from the USB
terminal.
To use the remote control as a
mouse control.
zz The New Logo PIN code input dialog box
appears.
3333 Repeat this step to set the new Logo
PIN code.
Attention
zz Be sure to note the new Logo PIN code and keep it on
hand. If you lost the number, you could no longer change
the Logo PIN code setting.
HDMI setup
This function is only used for HDMI input source.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [HDMI setup].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button.
zz The names for the output setting of Digital R/G/
B vary from equipment to equipment.
JJImage
Settings
Normal
When the output of Digital R/G/B
equipment is set to Standard.
Enhanced When the output of Digital R/G/B
equipment is set to Enhanced.
JJSound
HDMI
When Digital input source is input,
Sound is set to HDMI.
Pointer
You can emphasize a part of the projected image with
this function.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Pointer].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
access the submenu.
3333 Press ▲▼ to choose one item among
the items such as the size of Spotlight
(Large/Middle/Small) and the pattern of
Pointer (Arrow/Fingertip/Dot).
Note
zz When the pointer displays on the screen, you can use
the <MOUSE CONTROL> button on the remote control
to move the pointer.
Terminal
The COMPUTER 2 IN/MONITOR OUT terminal on
the back of the projector is switchable for computer 2
input or monitor output.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Terminal] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to switch the item.
When DVI input source is changed
Computer
to HDMI input source, Sound is set
2
to Computer 2.
Note
Attention
zz For details, refer to the operating instructions of your
Digital R/G/B equipment.
zz Connect the computer 2 audio input signals to
COMPUTER AUDIO IN 1 terminal as Sound function is
set to Computer 2 and MIC function is turned on.
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Computer 2
Computer input
Monitor out
Monitor out
zz Terminal function is not available when selecting
[Computer 2] to the input source. Change the input
source to the others (HDMI, Computer 1, Video, S-Video)
so that the Terminal function will be available.
Setting
For reducing power consumption as well as
maintaining the lamp life, the Power management
function turns off the projection lamp when the
projector is not operated for a certain period.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Power
management].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
access the submenu.
Standby mode
This function can set the electric power when the
projector is standing by.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Standby mode]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to switch between the items
as below.
Eco
JJMode
1111 Press ▲▼ and then press the
<ENTER> button to select one mode
among the items as below.
Ready
When the lamp has been fully cooled
down, the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)>
indicator changes to green blinking.
In this condition, the projection lamp
will be turned on if the input signal
is reconnected or any button on the
control panel or remote control is
pressed.
Shut
down
When the lamp has been fully cooled
down, the power will be turned off.
Off
[Power management] function is off.
JJTimer
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Timer] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to set the Timer(1~30min).
Note
zz The [Power management] function is not available when
the input signal is [Network].
Direct on
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Direct on] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to switch between [On] and
[Off].
zz When this function is set to [On], the projector
will be automatically turned on just by
connecting the AC power cord to a wall outlet.
zz Be sure to turn off the projector properly. If the
projector is turned off in the incorrect sequence,
the [Direct On] function does not work properly.
Network
Restricts some functions in
standby mode to reduce power
consumption.
Does not restrict functionality
even in standby mode.
Note
zz When selecting [Network], the cooling fans may be
running depending on the temperature inside the
projector even if the projector is turned off.
zz If Standby mode is set to [Eco], you cannot use network
functions when the projector is standing by. Also, you
cannot use some RS-232C protocol commands.
zz If set to [Network], you can use network functions when
the projector is standing by.
zz If [Standby mode] is set to [Eco], the signal come
from MONITOR OUT and AUDIO OUT terminals are
unavailable.
P-timer
This function allows you to change the setting of the
P-timer and execute it.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [P-timer].
2222 Press ► or <ENTER> button to access
the submenu.
JJMode
1111 Press ▲▼ to select one mode among
the items as below.
Count up
The P-timer display 000:00
appears on the screen and the
count up starts (000:00-180:00).
The time set in the Timer setting
Count down appears on the screen and the
countdown starts.
JJTimer
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Timer] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press▲▼ to set the [Timer](1-180 Min).
zz Timer is available in [Count down] only. Factory
default value is 10 Min.
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Settings
Power management
Setting
JJExecute
1111 Press ▲▼ to select one among the
items as below and then press the
<ENTER> button.
Start
It executes the count up or count
down function.*1
Reset
Reset the P-timer values.*2
Exit
To exit the P-timer operation.
***** Press the <ENTER> button at Start and the
indication changes into Stop. To stop Count up or
Count down, press the <ENTER> button at Stop
on the screen menu, then the indication changes
into Restart. Press the <ENTER> button at
Restart to resume Count up or Count down.
***** Press the <ENTER> button at Reset to return to
the following value:
Count up
Count down
zz You can select [Closed caption] when [NTSC] or [480i]
signals are input.
zz Part of characters may not displayed when high
compensation values are set in [Keystone].
zz Closed captions are not displayed while the menu screen
appears.
Lamp power
This function allows you to change brightness of the
screen.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Lamp power] and
then press the <ENTER> button .
2222 Press ▲▼ to select one among the
modes as below.
zz You can also press the <LAMP> button to
display [Lamp power].
"000:00"
Normal Normal brightness.
Timer that you set
Eco
Attention
zz To stop the [P-timer] function, press the <P-TIMER>
button.
zz To cancel the [P-timer], press and hold the <P-TIMER>
button for a few seconds.
Closed caption
[Only for NTSC, 480i input]
Settings
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Closed caption].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
enter the submenu.
JJClosed caption
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Closed caption]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to select [Off], [CC1], [CC2],
[CC3] or [CC4].
JJColor
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Color] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press▲▼ to select [Color] or [White].
Attention
zz The closed caption is mainly used in the north America.
This function shows the text information contained in the
image signal. Captions may not be displayed on some
devices or software.
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Lower brightness reduces the
lamp power consumption and
extends the lamp life.
Note
zz If [Lamp power] is set to [Normal] and the operating
environment temperature exceeds 35°C(95 °F), [Lamp
power] may be changed to [Eco] automatically.
Remote control
This switching function prevents remote control
interference when operating several projectors or
video equipment at the same time.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Remote control].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select one among the
seven codes.
zz This projector provides 7 different remote
control codes: [ALL], [Code 1]~[Code 6].
Attention
zz When operating the projector under [ALL] code, you can
operate several projectors at the same time. If you want
to operate the projector independently, you must switch
to other code.
zz When different codes are set on the projector and on the
remote control, any operation cannot be made. In that
case, switch the code on the remote control to fit the
code on the projector.
zz If the batteries are removed from the remote control for a
long period of time, the remote control code will be reset.
Setting
JJPIN code change
This function allows you to use the Key lock and PIN
code lock function to set the security for the projector
operation.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Security].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
access the submenu.
JJKey lock
This function locks the control panel and remote
control buttons to prevent operation by unauthorized
persons.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select the desired items
as below.
Unlocked.
Lock the operation of the control
panel. To unlock, use the remote
control.
Lock the operation of the remote
control. To unlock, use the control
panel.
JJPIN code lock
This function prevents the projector from being
operated by unauthorized persons and provides the
following setting options for security.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select the desired items
as below.
Off
Unlocked.
On 1
Enter the PIN code every time
turning on the projector.
On 2
Enter the PIN code to operate
the projector once the power cord
is disconnected; as long as the
AC power cord is connected, the
projector can be operated without
a PIN code.
Attention
zz Whenever you change the PIN code lock setting or the
PIN code (the four-digit number), you are required to
enter the PIN code. The "1234" is set as the initial PIN
code at the factory.
zz You can enter a PIN code through the control panel or
the remote control. For details, please refer to "Enter a
PIN code" (Æ page 33).
The PIN code can be changed to your desired fourdigit number.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [PIN code change]
and then Press <ENTER> button.
zz Current Pin code dialog box appears.
2222 Press ▲▼ to enter the current code.
Press ► button to fix the number and
move the red frame pointer to the next
box.
zz The New PIN code input dialog box appears.
3333 Repeat these steps to set a new PIN
code.
Attention
zz Be sure to note the new PIN code and keep it on hand. If
you lost the number, you could no longer change the PIN
code setting.
Fan
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Fan] and then
Press <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to select one option .
zz This function provides the following options in
the cooling fans’ operation when the projector is
turned off.
L1
It takes less time to cool the
projector down than L 2 mode.
L2
Slower and lower-sound than L 1
mode, but it takes more time to
cool the projector down.
Fan control
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Fan control] and
then Press <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to select one among
options as below.
zz Choose the running speed of cooling fans from
the following options according to the ground
elevation under which you use the projector.
Off
Normal speed.*1
On 1
Faster than [Off] mode.*2
On 2
Faster than [On 1] mode.*3
***** Set this function to [Off] when using the projector
in non-high altitude environment.
***** When using the projector in the elevation of
above 1 200 m and below 2 000 m, make sure
[Fan control] is set to [On 1].
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Settings
Security
Setting
***** When using the projector in the elevation of
above 2 000 m and below 2 700 m, make sure
[Fan control] is set to [On 2].
Note
zzFailure to set the running speed of cooling fans
properly may affect the projector life.
zzThe fan noise becomes louder in [On 1] and [On 2].
Video delay control
This function allows you to make a digital processing
of a projected image faster.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Video delay
control] and then Press the <ENTER>
button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to select one item between
[On] and [Off].
Note
zz[Noise reduction] and [Progressive] can not be
selected when [Video delay control] function is set
to [On].
Filter counter
This function is used to set a frequency for the filter
replacement.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Filter counter].
2222 Press ►or the <ENTER> button to
access the submenu items.
JJFilter counter
Settings
Show the total accumulated time of the filter use timer
setting.
JJTimer
2222 Press the <ENTER> button.
zz [Filter counter Reset?] appears. Select [Yes]
to continue. Another confirmation dialog
box appears, select [Yes] to reset the [Filter
counter].
Emulate
When using the control commands for one of our
projectors that you have previously purchased to
control this projector using a computer via its serial
input terminal, set up the [Emulate] function as
follows. This will allow you to use the control software
etc. designed for our existing projectors.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Emulate].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button or the ►
button.
zz The [Emulate] screen appears.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select the required item.
4444 Press the <ENTER> button.
Note
zzRefer to "Serial terminal" (Æpage 103)
Default
VW430 series, VX500 series,
VW435N series, VX505N series
D3500
D3500 series
D4000
D4000 series
D/W5k
series
D5500 series,
DW5000 series, D5600 series,
DW5100 series, D5700 series
To set a timer. When the projector reaches the
selected time the filter warning icon appears on the
screen.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Timer] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to set the Timer.
D/W/Z6k
series
zz Select from [Off/1000H/2000H/3000H/
4000H/5000H/6000H] depending on the use
environment.
JJFilter counter reset
After replacing the filter, be sure to reset the timer.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Filter counter
reset].
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D5000 series, D6000 series,
DW6300 series,
DZ6700 series,
DZ6710 series,
DZ570 series,
DW530 series,.
DX500 series
L730
L520 series,
L720 series, L730 series
L780
L750 series, L780 series
L735
L735 series
Setting
L785
L785 series
LB2 series, LB1 series,
LB/W series LB75 series, LB80 series,
LB90 series, ST10 series
F/W series
LZ370
FX400series, FW430 series,
F100 series, FW100 series,
F200 series, F300 series,
FW300 series
LZ370 series
Warning log
This function records anomalous operations while the
projector is in operation and use it when diagnosing
faults.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Warning log].
2222 Press ► or the <ENTER> button to
display the latest warning message.
zz Up to 10 warning logs are displayed with the
latest warning message at the top of the list,
followed by previous warning messages in
chronological order.
Attention
zzWhen the [Factory default] function is executed, all
the warning log records will be deleted.
Settings
Factory default
This function returns all setting values except for [PIN
code lock], [Logo PIN code lock], [Lamp runtime],
[Filter counter], the logo transferred by "Logo Transfer
Software" and all of the network settings to the factory
default settings.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Factory default].
2222 Press the <ENTER> button.
zz [Return to Factory default?] appears. Select
[Yes] to continue. Another confirmation dialog
box appears, select [Yes] to return to [Factory
default].
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Information
Select [Information] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Remote Control
Control Panel
JJLamp power
The selected lamp mode is displayed.
JJLamp runtime
The cumulative lamp operating time is displayed.
JJPower management
[Off] , [Ready] or [Shut down], and [Timer] are
displayed.
JJKey lock
The selected Key lock icon is displayed.
Input Source Information
Display
The Information Menu is used for checking the status
of the image signal being projected and the operation
of the projector.
You can also Press the <INFO> button on the remote
control to display the Information menu.
JJInput
The selected input source is displayed.
JJSystem
The selected system is displayed.
Settings
JJH-sync freq.
The selected H-sync freq. is displayed.
The horizontal frequency of the input signal is
displayed in kHz, or - - - - kHz when no signal.
JJV-sync freq.
The selected V-sync freq. is displayed.
The vertical frequency of the input signal is displayed
in Hz, or - - - - Hz when no signal. Numbers of Hz
doubles when during Interlace.
JJScreen
The selected Screen size is displayed.
JJLanguage
The selected language is displayed.
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JJPIN code lock
[Off], [On 1] or [On 2] is displayed.
JJRemote control
The selected remote control code is displayed.
JJSerial number
The serial number of the projector is displayed.
The serial number is used to service the projector.
Network
On:
If a DHCP server
exists in the
network to which
the projector is
connected, the
IP address will
automatically be
acquired.
DHCP
Off:
If a DHCP
server does
not exist in the
network to which
the projector
is connected,
additionally set
[IP address],
[Subnet mask
] and [ Default
gateway ].
IP address
Enter the IP address
if DHCP server is not
used.
Subnet mask
If not using a DHCP
server, enter the subnet
mask.
Select [Setting] from the Main Menu (see
“Navigating through the menu” on page 40),
then select the item from the sub-menu.
Control Panel
(DHCP client
function)
Verifying the network information
When connecting the projector via the dedicated
applications of "Wireless Manager mobile edition 6.0”
or iPad / iPhone / iPod touch, the network number, the
project name and ID of Wireless LAN are required.
You can check these information by entering [Input
Guide] or [Network Status]. (Æpage 70)
(Display of IP
address and setting)
(Displaying and
setting the subnet
mask)
Default gateway Enter the gateway
address if DHCP server
is not used.
(Display of gateway
address and setting)
Input Guide
Network number of wireless LAN
(Left) Projector name
(Right) Projector ID
To display the input guide, please press the [INPUT]
button on the control panel or any one of the input
selection buttons on the remote control.
DNS1
(Display of
Preferred DNS
server address
and setting)
Enter the DNS server
address if DHCP server
is not used.
DNS2 (Display
of Alternate DNS
server address
and setting)
Enter the alternate DNS
server address if DHCP
server is not used.
¼¼ “Glossary” (Æpage 115– 116)
Wired LAN
You can make detailed wired LAN settings.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Wired LAN], and
press <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
change the setting according to the
instructions.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to select [Set], and press
<ENTER> button.
zzDefault wired LAN settings
The following settings are set before the
projector leaves the factory.
DHCP
IP address
Subnet mask
Default gateway
DNS 1 / DNS 2
Off
192.168.10.100
255.255.255.0
192.168.10.1
NONE
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Settings
Remote Control
Network
Note
zz Before using the DHCP server, make sure the DHCP
server is already functioning.
zz For details of IP address, subnet mask, gateway and
DNS, ask the network administrator.
zz A wired LAN and wireless LAN can not be used in the
same segment.
Wireless LAN
Subnet Mask 
(Displaying and
setting the subnet
mask)
(Displaying and
setting the SSID)
Select M-DERECT in
Wireless LAN, then the
SSID can be set.
Channel
Select M-DERECT in
Wireless LAN, then the
Channel can be set.
Select a channel for the
access point (Æ page
19).
KEY
Select M-DERECT
in Wireless LAN,
then the KEY can
be set. Setting a key
for the access point.
Input either 8 to 63
alphanumerics or a
64 digit string in the
hexadecimal format.
SSID 
You can set the network number.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Wireless LAN],
and press <ENTER> or ► button.
2222 Select the number to be connected
with the ▲▼ buttons.
zzNetwork number [Off], [S-DIRECT],
[M-DIRECT], [S-MAP], [1]-[4], [User 1][User 3]
Note
zz Selecting [Off] disables the wireless LAN.
zz Network number: [S-DIRECT], [S-MAP] and [1]-[4] are
available only when connecting via wireless LAN with
the application software the “Wireless Manager mobile
edition 6.0”. For details, refer to the operation manual of
the “Wireless Manager mobile edition 6.0”.
zz Network number: [USER 1]-[USER 3] can be changed in
[Wireless detailed setup] menu. (Æpage 66-69)
Enter the subnet mask.
¼¼ “Glossary” (Æpage 115 – 116)
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to select [SET], and
press <ENTER> button.
The current setting of network will be saved.
Note
zz After the configuration is completed, you must select
[SET] and press the <ENTER> button. At this time, if you
select [Cancel], You will cancel the setting change.
„„ Default settings of [M-DIRECT]
Wireless detailed setup
Settings
You can configure more precise network settings, if
you select [M-DIRECT] or [USER1]~[USER3] (user)
for [Wireless LAN] in the network menu. For network
settings, contact your network administrator.
„„ Configuration of Wireless LAN
[M-DIRECT]
Even if there is no access point, you can still
connect the projector to computer via the
infrastructure. In addition, the connection with iPad
/ iPhone / iPod touch is much easier. For details,
please refer to [Sending image from iPad / iPhone
/ iPod touch]. (Æpage 69)
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Wireless detailed
setup], and press <ENTER> button.
2222 Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
change the setting according to the
instructions.
IP Address 
Enter the IP address.
(Displaying and
setting the IP address)
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The following settings as [M-DIRECT] in the
wireless LAN are set before the projector leaves
the factory.
IP Address 
192.168.12.100
Subnet Mask  255.255.255.0
SSID 
M-DIRECT + The last 4 digits
of the projector ID
Channel
1
KEY
The same string as the SSID
Note
zz The authentication method is WPA2-PSK, and the
encryption method is AES. Both methods are fixed.
zz When you need to change initial configuration of
[M-DIRECT], please contact your network administrator.
zz Make sure the initial Key is changed for safety.
zz As the DHCP server is already functioning, select [ON]
before connecting a computer.
„„ Configuration of Wireless LAN
[USER1]~[USER3]
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Wireless detailed
setup], and press <ENTER> button.
Network
2222 Press ▲▼ to select an item, and
change the setting according to the
instructions.
ON:
DHCP 
(DHCP client
function)
IP address 
(Display of IP
address and
setting)
Subnet mask 
(Displaying and
setting the subnet
mask)
Default gateway

(Display of
gateway address
and setting)
zz SSID 
You can change the user
name.
If a DHCP server
exists in the
network to which
the projector is
connected, the
IP address will
automatically be
acquired.
OFF: If a DHCP server
does not exist in
the network to
which the projector
is connected,
additionally set [IP
address ], [Subnet
mask ] and
[Default gateway ].
Enter the IP address if
DHCP server is not used.
If not using a DHCP
server, enter the subnet
mask.
Enter the gateway address
if DHCP server is not
used.
DNS1
¼¼ “Glossary” (Æpage 115 – 116)
Note
zz SSID has to be entered in alphanumeric letters.
zz You cannot set “any” or “ANY” for SSID.
zz Mode
Select [AD HOC] or
[Infrastructure].
AD HOC 
Connect projector and
computer directly without
access point.
Infrastructure 
Connect through access
point.
¼¼ “Glossary” (Æpage 115 – 116)
Set the user
method
zz Authentication authentication
used by the network to
be connected.
OPEN
Select when making
a connection using
[AD HOC], or when
the access point
authentication method
is OpenSystem 1.
SHARED
Select when making
a connection using
[AD HOC], or when
the access point
authentication method
is Shared Key 1.
WPA-PSK 2
Select when the
access point
authentication method
is WPA-PSK 1.
WPA2-PSK
2
Select when the
access point
authentication method
is WPA2-PSK 1.
WPA-EAP/
WPA2-EAP 2
Select when the
access point
authentication method
is WPA-EAP 1/
WPA2-EAP 1.
WPA-EAP 2
Select when the
access point
authentication method
is WPA-EAP 1.
(Display of
Enter the DNS server
Preferred DNS
address if DHCP server is
server address and not used.
setting)
DNS2
(Display of
Enter the alternate DNS
Alternate DNS
server address if DHCP
server address and server is not used.
setting)
¼¼ “Glossary” (Æpage 115 – 116)
Note
zz Before using the DHCP server, make sure the DHCP
server is already functioning.
zz For details of IP address, subnet mask, gateway and
DNS server, ask the network administrator.
zz A wired LAN and wireless LAN cannot be used in the
same segment.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to select [Next], and
press <ENTER> button.
[Wired detailed setup] screen (2/3) setting screen
is displayed.
Make the settings related to the wireless
connection between the projector and the network.
Select [Cancel] instead of [Next] to cancel the
configuration change.
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Settings
Name change
If the mode is [AD HOC],
enter the same character
string as that of SSID set
on the computer to be
connected. If the mode is
[Infrastructure ], enter
the SSID registered at the
access point .
Network
WPA2-EAP 2
Select when the
access point
authentication method
is WPA2-EAP 1.
zz Encryption
Select the encryption
method to be used for
communication between
the projector and the
network.
NONE
Select when transmit
without encryption. It is
selectable only when
[Authentication] is [OPEN]
or [SHARED].
WEP 1
Select when Encryption is
WEP.
TKIP 1
Select when Encryption is
TKIP.
Selectable when
[Authentication] is either
[WPA-PSK], [WPA2PSK], [WPA-EAP],
[WPA2-EAP].
AES 1
Select when Encryption is
AES.
Selectable when
[Authentication] is either
[WPA-PSK], [WPA2PSK], [WPA-EAP],
[WPA2-EAP].
Channel 3
Select the channel to use.
Refer to page 6 for usable
channels.
Settings
¼¼ 1: “Glossary” ( Æpage 115 – 116)
¼¼ 2: A
vailable when the mode is set to
[Infrastructure].
¼¼ 3: A
vailable when the mode is set to [AD HOC].
Note
zz Important video/audio data is protected because AES
encryption processing takes place in advance for all
network numbers, even if [Encryption] is set to [NONE].
4444 Press ▲▼◄► to select [Next], and
press <ENTER> button.
At this point, select [Back] to go back to the
previous screen (1/3), or select [Cancel] to cancel
the configuration change.
In addition, further perform the following setting
depending on [Authentication] and [Encryption]
settings.
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Note
zz The setting menu is different depending on the setting
of [Authentication] and [Encryption]. The above menu is
an example when [Authentication] is set to [OPEN] or
[SHARED] and [Encryption] is set to [WEP].
zz When setting [OPEN] or [SHARED]
as authentication and setting
[WEP] as the encryption method:
Default key Set 1 – 4 numerals for the
default key.
KEY1 – 4
Set a WEP key to the key
number selected with
[Default key].
Either the 64-bit or 128-bit
WEP key can be set. For
the 64-bit key, input five
alphanumerics (or a 10-digit
string for the hexadecimal
format) for the 128-bit key,
input 13 alphanumerics
(or a 26-digit string for the
hexadecimal format).
zz When using [WPA-PSK] or
[WPA2-PSK] :
Set a key.
Input either 8 to 63
alphanumerics or a 64 digit
string in the hexadecimal
format.
zz When the authentication method
is [WPA-EAP/WPA2-EAP], [WPAEAP], [WPA2-EAP]:
Network
¼¼ 1: “Glossary” ( Æpage 115 – 116)
Note
zz If you are unable to connect to the wireless LAN
through the access point even after performing the
steps in “Projector settings (Æpage 74)”, contact the
manufacturer of the access point.
zz When using EAP, the projector needs to be set according
to the setting of the RADIUS server. Check with the
network administrator for the setting of the RADIUS
server.
zz When using an EAP together with an access point with
invalid SSID broadcast, select WAP-EAP or WAP2-EAP
for the authentication method even if the authentication
method of the access point is WPA-EAP/WPA2-EAP.
„„ Default settings of [USER 1]~[USER 3]
The following settings as [USER1]~[USER3] in the
wireless LAN are set before the projector leaves
the factory.
SSID
DHCP
IP address
Subnet mask
Panasonic Projector
Off
192.168.11.100
255.255.255.0
Default gateway
Mode
Authentication
Encryption
Channel
DNS 1/DNS 2
192.168.11.1
AD HOC
OPEN
NONE
11
NONE
5555 Press ▲▼◄► to select [Set], and press
<ENTER> button.
Save the current network settings
Note
zz When configuration is completed, you need to select [Set]
and press the <ENTER> button. At this point, select [Back]
to go back to the previous screen (2/3), or select [Cancel]
to cancel the configuration change.
„„ Sending image from iPad / iPhone /
iPod touch
By using the dedicated application, you can send the
PDF file or the JPEG image which stored on your iPad
/ iPhone / iPod touch to the projector for projecting.
For details, please enter the following URL.
http://panasonic.net/avc/projector/
Projector name
You can change the projector name to be displayed
on the network.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Projector name],
and press <ENTER> button.
2222 Select characters with the ▲▼◄►
buttons and press the <ENTER>
button to enter the projector name.
Select [BS] to delete one character selected
with the cursor in the input box and press the
<ENTER> button.
3333 Select [Set] with the ▲▼◄► buttons
and press the <ENTER> button.
Select [Cancel] to undo the changes and then
press the <ENTER> button.
4444 Select [YES] or [No] with the ▲▼
buttons and press the <ENTER>
button.
Note
zz [Name □□□□ ] ( □□□□ is four-digit number) is set
before the projector leaves the factory.
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Settings
Set [EAP], [USER NAME],
and [PASSWORD].
EAP 1: Select the EAP
setup in the
RADIUS server
1. Types of
EAP that can be
selected are as
follows.
PEAP 1(MSCHAPv2 1),
PEAP 1(GTC
1),
EAP-TTLS
1(MD5 1),
EAP-TTLS
1(MS-CHAPv2
1), EAP-FAST
1(MS-CHAPv2
1), EAP-FAST
1(GTC 1)
USER
Input a user
NAME:
name used for
authentication
(excluding
spaces)
(maximum 64
characters).
PASS
Input a password
WORD: used for
authentication
(maximum 64
characters).
Network
Password
zz By controlling connection with password setting, it is
possible to prevent an external device from accidentally
connecting and interrupting projection images, etc.
zz Set to [On] to perform password check when connecting
with the projector using “Wireless Manager mobile edition
6.0”. (Default : [Off])
zz When using the deliver image to all function or the
delivered image deletion function of the “Multi Projector
Monitoring & Control Software”, image cannot be
delivered to the projector with password setting set to
[On]. To use these image delivery functions, set it to [Off].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Password]. Press
<ENTER> button or the ► button to
access to the submenu.
2222 Press ▲▼ to select [Password] and
press the <ENTER> button.
Select [On] or [Off] with ▲▼buttons.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [Password change],
and press <ENTER> button.
Select characters with the ▲▼◄►
buttons and press the <ENTER>
button to enter the password.
Select [BS] to delete one character selected
with the cursor in the input box and press the
<ENTER> button.
4444 After inputting the password, select
[OK] using the ▲▼◄► buttons and
then press <ENTER> button.
Select [Cancel] to undo the changes and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Live mode cut in
Set this [On] to allow interrupt of the Live mode by
other users, or to allow delivery of images by the
“Multi Projector Monitoring & Control Software”,
while the Live mode is active (sending image) by the
“Wireless Manager mobile edition 6.0”. For details,
refer to “Wireless Manager mobile edition 6.0”
operating manual.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Live mode cut in].
2222 Press <ENTER> button to select [On]
or [Off] with the ▲▼ buttons.
Note
zz If you use the “Wireless Manager mobile edition 6.0”
and the “Multi Projector Monitoring & Control Software”
on the same computer at the same time, the function
of delivering image to all may not be available. If you
want to use them at the same time, please use another
computer with respective software.
Multi-live
Switch to the Multi-live mode when using the
“Wireless Manager mobile edition 6.0”. See the
“Wireless Manager mobile edition 6.0” operation
manual for details.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Multi-live].
2222 Press <ENTER> button.
Settings
Network status
Network control
Set when you want to control the projector from a
computer connected to the network.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Network control].
2222 Press <ENTER> button to select [On]
or [Off] with the ▲▼ buttons.
Displays the current network status.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Network status].
2222 Press <ENTER> button or the ► button
to access to the submenu.
3333 Each press of the ► button switches
wired LAN and wireless LAN.
Note
zz When the network number is set to [Off], [Network status]
is not display.
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Network
This function allows the projector to be detected by
AMX Device Discovery. For more details, visit http://
www.amx.com/.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [AMX D.D.].
2222 Press <ENTER> button or the ►
button to select [On] or [Off] to allow
the projector to be detected by AMX
Device Discovery.
RoomView
This function allows the projector to monitor and
control the projector through network with Crestron
RoomView ®.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [RoomView].
2222 Press <ENTER> button to select [On]
or [Off] with the ▲▼ buttons.
Memory viewer
1111 Select [Network] in the main-menu and
then press ► or <ENTER> button.
2222 Select [Memory viewer] with Point ▲▼
buttons and press <ENTER> button.
3333 Select [Start] and press <ENTER>
button.
*The image file stored in the root directory of the
USB thumb drive is displayed on the screen.
*If the image file is not available in the root
directory of the USB thumb drive, the memory
viewer browser window appears.
Note
zz The Memory Viewer function is available only when the
USB thumb drive is inserted, otherwise, it will grayout.
zz For details, see the “Memory Viewer function” of the
Network menu. (Æpage 88-91)
Network factory default
This projector supports the following application
software from Crestron company.
• RoomView ® Express
• Fusion RV™
• RoomView ® Server Edition
You can reset the network setting to the factory
default of the projector.
"Crestron RoomView" is a system developed by
Crestron Electronics, Inc. which collectively manage
and control multiple system devices connected via
the network, from a computer. This projector supports
"Crestron RoomView".
2222 A confirmation box appears and select
[Yes] and then press <ENTER> button.
Another confirmation box appears and
select [Yes] and then press <ENTER>
button.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Network factory
default], and press <ENTER> button.
zz For details of "Crestron RoomView", refer to the Crestron
Electronics, Inc. website. (Provided only in English.).
http://www.crestron.com/.
For the download of "RoomView Express", refer to the
Crestron Electronics, Inc. website. (Provided only in
English.).
http://www.crestron.com/getroomview.
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Settings
AMX D.D.
Network
Network connections
The projector has a network fuction, and the following operations are available from the computer using the web
browser control.
zz Setting and adjustment of the projector.
zz Display of the projector status.
zz Transmission of an E-mail message when there is a problem with the projector.
Note
zz A LAN cable is required to use the wired LAN function.
Computer
Projector
COMPUTER 1 IN
COMPUTER 2 IN
SERIAL IN
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
USB B
USB A
LAN
VIEWER
DISPLAY/
MOUSE CONTROL
MIC IN
S-VIDEO IN
L
R
COMPUTER VARIABLE
AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT
AC IN ~
LAN cable (straight)
LAN cable (straight)
Hub
zz A Web browser is required to use this function . Confirm that the Web browser can be used beforehand.
Compatible OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7, Mac OS X v10.4/v10.5/v10.6/v10.7
Compatible Web Browser : Internet Explorer 7.0/8.0/9.0, Safari 4.0/5.0 (Mac OS)
zz Communication with an E-mail server is required to use the E-mail function. Confirm that the E-mail can be
used beforehand.
zz Use shielded LAN cable (STP cable) that is compatible with category 5 or above.
zz Use a LAN cable with length of 100m or shorter.
JJName and function of network function parts
Settings
(1) (2) (3)
COMPUTER 1 IN
COMPUTER 2 IN
SERIAL IN
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
USB B
USB A
LAN
VIEWER
DISPLAY/
MOUSE CONTROL
MIC IN
S-VIDEO IN
L
AC IN ~
(1) LAN LINK/ACT lamp (yellow)
L
ights on when connected.
Flashes when transmitting/receiving data.
(2) LAN terminal (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Used to connect the LAN cable here.
(3) LAN 10/100 lamp (green)
Lights on when connected to the 100BASE-TX.
Attention
zz Connect the LAN to the indoor equipment.
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R
COMPUTER VARIABLE
AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT
Network
Connecting with Wired LAN
JJProjector settings
1111 Use the LAN cable (Straight) to connect the projector with computer.
2222 Turn on the projector and press the <MENU> button on the remote control.
3333 Press the menu button to open the [Network] menu, and then select [Wired LAN],
and press <ENTER> button.
4444 Set the detailed setup of [Wired LAN].
For details, see “Wired LAN” (Æpage 65).
Note
zz Please confirm with your network administrator before you connect to an existing network.
zz The following settings are set before the projector leaves the factory.
DHCP
OFF
IP Address
192.168.10.100
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Default gateway 192.168.10.1
DNS 1/DNS 2
NONE
JJComputer operation
Connection can be made with wired LAN. However, confirm to your system administrator on network settings
before changing any settings.
1111 Turn on the computer.
2222 Make the network setting according to your system administrator.
If the projector settings are the default settings (Æpage 65), the computer can be used with the following
network settings.
192.168.10.101
255.255.255.0
192.168.10.1
Settings
IP address
Subnet mask
Default gateway
Connecting with Wireless LAN
JJProjector settings
1111 Turn on the projector and press the <MENU> button on the remote control.
2222 Press the menu button to open the [Network] menu, and then select [M-DIRECT], or
[USER 1] ~ [USER 3] for [WIRELESS LAN] and press <ENTER> button.
3333 According to the network number selected in step 2, set the detailed setup of
[Wireless detailed setup].
For details, see “Wireless detailed setup” ( Æpage 66-69).
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Network
Note
zzWireless LAN and wired LAN cannot be used in the same segment.
zzWhen multiple devices are connected, a unique IP address must be allocated to each device.
zzSSID has to be entered in alphanumeric letters.
zzYou cannot set “any” or “ANY” for SSID.
zzThe following settings are set before the projector leaves the factory.
[M-DIRECT]
[USER1] ~ [USER3]
IP Address
192.168.12.100
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
SSID
M-DIRECT + The last 4 digits
of the projector ID
Channel
1
Key
The same string as the SSID
DHCP
IP address
Subnet mask
Default gateway
SSID
Mode
Authentication
Encryption
Channel
OFF
192.168.11.100
255.255.255.0
192.168.11.1
Panasonic Projector
AD HOC
OPEN
NONE
11
JJComputer operation
1111 Make the network setting according to your system administrator.
 If you select [M-DIRECT] for [Wireless LAN] in the network menu, the IP address will automatically be
acquired.
 If you select default settings of [USER 1] ~ [USER 3] for [Wireless LAN] in the network menu
(Æpage 69), then the computer can be used with the following network settings.
IP address
Subnet mask
Default gateway
192.168.11.101
255.255.255.0
192.168.11.1
2222 Click [Start]→[Connect To ]→[Wireless Network Connection ], select the wireless
network of [SSID] set with the projector, and then click [Connect ].
Settings
When you select default settings of [M-DIRECT] for [Wireless LAN] in the network menu, the SSID is
[M-DIRECT + The last 4 digits].
When you select default settings of [USER 1] ~[USER 3] for [Wireless LAN] in the network menu, the
SSID is [Panasonic Projector].
¼¼ The names are for Windows XP. In Windows Vista/Windows 7, the procedure will be [Start]→[Connect To]. The names
may differ depending on the Operation System. Please connect the network according to the displayed names on your
computer.
Note
zzIf you use any wireless utility other than Windows [Wireless Network Connection], follow its operation
procedure for connection.
zzIf you use the access point, configure the computer and each network setting of the projector following the
instruction of the network administrator.
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Network
Accessing from the Web browser
1111 Activate the Web browser in the personal computer.
2222 Enter the IP address set by the projector into the URL input field of the Web browser.
3333 Enter your “User name” and “Password”.
zz The factory default settings are user1 (user privileges)
or admin1 (administrator privileges) for the use name
and panasonic (lowercase letters) for the password.
4444 Click [OK] to display the Projector
status page.
Settings
zz “Projector status” page is displayed.
Note
zzAvoid activating two or more Web browser simultaneously to work out setting or control actions.
zzChange the password first of all.
zzAdministrator privileges enable the use of all functions. User privileges enable the use of only “Projector status”,
“Network status”, “Basic control”, “Advanced control”, and “Change password”.
zzIf you want to control the projector using a Web browser, set [Network control] in the network menu to [On].
zzThere are some control items used with the JavaScript function in the setting pages. If the web browser is set
not to use this JavaScript function, it may not control the projector properly.
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Network
JJDescription of each item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1 Page selection tabs
Click these to switch pages.
2 Monitor information button
Click this item, and the status of the projector
is displayed.
3 Projector control button
Click this item to display the projector control
page.
4 Detailed set up button
Click this item to display the advanced
settings page.
5 Change password button
Click this button to display the password
change page.
6 CRESTRON RoomView button
Click this button to monitor and control the
projector through the CRESTRON RoomView ®.
7 Language switch button
Click this button to switch language between
English and Japanese.
JJProjector status page
Click [Status], then [Projector status] to display the Status information page.
This page displays the projector statuses established for the items shown below.
1
2
3
4
Settings
1 Displays the type of projector.
2 Displays the firmware version of the projector
main unit.
3 Displays the power source status.
4 Displays the video mode status.
5 Displays the serial number of the projector.
6 Displays the firmware version of the network.
7 Displays the AV mute status.
8 Displays the volume status.
9 Displays the status of input switch.
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
10 Displays the intake temperature status of the
projector.
11 Displays the exhaust temperature status of
the projector.
12 Displays the optics module temperature
status of the projector.
13 Displays the use time of the lamp.
14 Displays the self diagnostics information.
(See page 77)
15 Displays the runtime of the projector.
Network
JJError information page
If [Error (Detail)] is displayed in the self-diagnosis information display column on the [Projector status] screen,
click the part to display the details of the error.
• Depending on the nature of the error, the projector may be placed in the standby mode for its own protection.
OK:
Normal operation
FAILED:
Occurrence of trouble
WARNING: Abnormal condition
When [FAILED] has appeared for an item
Description
Trouble has occurred in the fan or its drive circuit. Consult your dealer.
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE
Intake air temperature is high. It could be because it is used in an environment of high
temperature such as close to a heating device, etc., the air intake is blocked, or the air
filter is clogged.
EXHAUST AIR TEMPERATURE
Exhaust air temperature is high. Exhaust may be blocked, or [Fan control] mode may
be set wrong. (Refer to [Fan control] (Æpage 61-62).)
OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE
Optics module temperature is high.
LAMP REMAIN TIME
The lamp runtime has exceeded the prescribed cumulative time, and it is now time to
replace the lamp.
LAMP STATUS
The lamp has failed to light.
Wait a short while for the lamp to cool off, and then turn on the power.
APERTURE (CONTRAST-SHUTTER)
Trouble has occurred in the contrast shutter circuitry. Consult your dealer.
JJNetwork status page
Displays the current configuration information of the network.
1
2
1 Displays the configuration details of wireless LAN.
2 Displays the configuration details of wired LAN.
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Settings
Parameter
FAN
Network
JJBasic control page
To move from another page, click [Projector control], then [Basic control].
1
2
3
4
5
1 Power standby/on control
2 Use these to select the input signals
3 Volume adjust
4 Switches image mode
5 Operation of AV mute
JJDetail control page
Click [Projector control], then [Advanced control] to display the Detail control page.
1
2
3
4
Settings
5
1 Execute Auto setup function
2 Operations on Screen mode
3 Operations on Keystone function
4 Operations on Rear/Ceiling
5 Operations on Image adjust
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Network
JJNetwork config page
You can change network settings on projector when connecting with the administrator authority.
zzLAN settings
1111 Click [Detailed set up] in the menu.
2222 Click [Change] to change the LAN settings.
zz To return to the previous window, click [Back].
3333 Complete the detailed settings and
click [Next].
zz When [Next] is clicked, the next page appears, enabling
you to complete the detailed settings as desired.
Settings performed here are the same as the
settings performed with the [Network] menu of
the projector.
4444 Click [Submit].
Settings
zz The
settings will be registered.
Note
zzChanging the setting of LAN while connected with LAN might disconnect the connection.
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Network
JJPing test page
This page makes it possible to check whether the network is connected to the e-mail server, POP server, DNS
server, etc.
Click [Detailed set up], then [Ping test] to display the Ping test page.
Display which appears when the connection
was successful.
1
2
Display which appears when the connection
failed.
1 Enter the IP address of the server to be tested.
2 Button for conducting the test.
Settings
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Network
JJE-mail set up page
With this projector, if a problem occurs or if the lamp usage time reaches a set value, an e-mail message can be
sent to one or more preset e-mail addresses (maximum two addresses).
Click [Detailed set up], then [E-mail set up] to display the E-mail setup page.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 Select Enable to use the e-mail function.
2 Enter the IP address or server name of the
e-mail server (SMTP). The DNS server must be
set if the server name is entered.
3 Enter the e-mail address of the projector.
(maximum 63 characters)
4 The user can enter the location of, for
example, the installed projector so that the
recipient may easily identify the originator of
the e-mail.
(maximum 63 characters)
5 The user can modify the minimum time
interval of temperature warning mail. The
default value is 60 minutes. In this case, the
user cannot send another mail for 60 minutes
after sending previous temperature warning
mail even the set warning temperature is
reached again.
6 Select the temperature of the intake sensor at
which to send a warning message.
Settings
7
8
7 Enter the E-mail Address1 of your desired recipient.
8 Select the conditions for sending e-mail.
MAIL CONTENTS:
Select [NORMAL] or [SIMPLE].
ERROR:
An error is detected by self-diagnosis.
LAMP RUNTIME:
Remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in the field.
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE: Intake air temperature has reached the value set in the field.
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Network
JJE-mail set up page (continued)
9
10
9 Enter the E-mail Address2 of your desired recipient.
10 Select the conditions for sending e-mail.
MAIL CONTENTS:
Select [NORMAL] or [SIMPLE].
ERROR:
An error is detected by self-diagnosis.
LAMP RUNTIME:
Remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in the field.
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE: Intake air temperature has reached the value set in the field.
JJAuthentication set up page
The POP/SMTP server is set on this page when POP/SMTP authentication is required for mail transmissions.
Click [Detailed set up], then [Authentication set up] to display the Authentication server setup page.
1
2
3
Settings
4
5
6
7
8
1 Select the authentication method specified by
your Internet service provider.
2 Set this if SMTP authentication has been
selected.
3 POP server name field
Available input characters:
Alphanumeric characters (A - Z, a - z, 0 - 9),
hyphen (-), period (.)
4 POP/SMTP server user name field
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5 POP/SMTP server password field
6 Enter the port number for the SMTP server
(normally “25”).
7 Enter the port number for the POP server
(normally “110”).
8 Button to update settings
Network
JJContents of mail sent
zzMail with the contents shown below is sent when the e-mail settings have
been established.
=== Panasonic projector report(CONFIGURE) ===
Projector Type
: PT-VX505N
Serial No
: 000000000
----- E-mail setup data ----TEMPERATURE WARNING SETUP
MINIMUM TIME
at [ 60] minutes interval
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE Over [ 32degC / 89degF ]
ERROR
LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTIME
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE
[
[
[
[
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
----- check system ----FAN
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE
EXHAUST AIR TEMPERATURE
OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE
LAMP REMAIN TIME
LAMP STATUS
APERTURE (CONTRAST-SHUTTER)
]
]
]
]
at REMAIN [ 400] H
at REMAIN [ 200] H
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
(Error code 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00)
Intake air temperature
Exhaust air temperature
Optics module temperature
PROJECTOR RUNTIME
LAMP
LAMP
LAMP
ECO
NORMAL
REMAIN
:[ 31 degC / 87 degF ]
:[ 37 degC / 98 degF ]
:[ 39 degC / 102 degF ]
1 H
500 H
300 H
2400 H
-------- Current status --------MAIN VERSION
1.00
NETWORK VERSION
1.00
LAMP STATUS
LAMP=ON
INPUT
RGB
SIGNAL NAME
XGA6
SIGNAL FREQUENCY
0.00kHz / 0.00Hz
Settings
----- Wired Network configuration ----DHCP Client OFF
IP address
192.168.10.100
MAC address 04:20:9A:00:00:00
----- Memo -----
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Network
zzMail with the contents shown below is sent when an error has occurred.
=== Panasonic projector report(ERROR) ===
Projector Type
: PT-VX505N
Serial No
: 000000000
----- check system ----FAN
[
OK
]
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE
[
OK
]
EXHAUST AIR TEMPERATURE
[
OK
]
OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE
[
OK
]
LAMP REMAIN TIME
[
OK
]
LAMP STATUS
[ FAILED ]
APERTURE (CONTRAST-SHUTTER)
[
OK
]
(Error code 00 40 00 00 00 00 00 08)
Intake air temperature
Exhaust air temperature
Optics module temperature
PROJECTOR RUNTIME
LAMP
LAMP
LAMP
ECO
NORMAL
REMAIN
:[ 31 degC / 87 degF ]
:[ 37 degC / 98 degF ]
:[ 39 degC / 102 degF ]
1 H
500 H
300 H
2400 H
-------- Current status --------MAIN VERSION
1.00
NETWORK VERSION
1.00
LAMP STATUS
LAMP=OFF
INPUT
NETWORK
----- Wired Network configuration ----DHCP Client OFF
IP address
192.168.10.100
MAC address 04:20:9A:00:00:00
----- Memo -----
Settings
JJCommand port set up page
Set the port number to be used with command control.
Click [Detailed set up] → [Command port set up].
1
2
1 Input the port number to be used with command control
2 Setting update button
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Network
JJChange Password page
1
2
 Administrator mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
 User account
1
2
3
4
5
 User mode
A user can change password only.
1
2
3
4
1 Administrator
2 User
1
2
3
4
5
6
Account
Current user name input field
Current password input field
New user name input field
New password input field
New password input field (re-enter for
confirmation)
7 Button for executing password change
1
2
3
4
Account
New user name input field
New password input field
New password input field (re-enter for
confirmation)
5 Button for executing password change
1 Current password input field
2 New password input field
3 New password input field (re-enter for
confirmation)
4 Button for executing password change
Note
zzWhen changing the administrator account, both “Current user name” and “Current password” are required.
zzNo account is not available .
zzAdministrator account and user account should be differed.
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Settings
Click [Change password].
Network
JJCRSTRON RoomView page
You can monitor or control the projector using RoomView.
To display the operation page of RoomView from Web Control screen, access with the administrator rights is
required. (The [CRESTRON RoomView] button is not displayed on the Web Control screen for user rights.)
When you click [CRESTRON RoomView], the RoomView operation page is displayed.
If Adobe Flash Player is not installed in your computer, or if the browser does not support Flash, this page does
not appear. In this case, return to the previous page by clicking [Back] in the operation page.
Operation page
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1 Tools, Info, Help
Exit the page when the password has changed and
switches the pages for tools, information, help using
the tab.
2 POWER
Switches between on and off of the power.
3 VOL DOWN, AV MUTE, VOL UP
Sets the volume, AV mute. When the power of the
projector is turned off, VOL DOWN, AV MUTE and
VOL UP are not available.
4 Input Select
Sets the input selection. When the power of the
projector is turned off, this operation is not available.
5 Operation buttons on the menu screen
Operates on the menu screen.
6 Freeze, image quality adjustment
Sets freeze, image quality details.
7 Back
Returns to the previous page.
Tools page
Click Tools on the operation page.
Settings
1
2
3
4
5
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1 Control system
Sets the information required for the communication
with the controller that is connected to the projector.
2 User Password
Sets the password for the user rights in the operation
page of RoomView.
3 Admin Password
Sets the password for the administrator rights in the
operation page of RoomView.
4 Network status
Displays the setting of wired LAN.
DHCP: Displays the value in the current setting.
IpAddres: Displays the value in the current setting.
SubnetMask: Displays the value in the current setting.
DefaultGateway: Displays the value in the current setting.
DNSServer: Displays the value in the current setting.
5 Exit
Return to the operation page.
Network
Info page
Click Info on the operation page.
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
8
9
10
1 Projector name
Displays the name of the projector.
2 Mac Address
Displays the MAC address.

“Glossary” ( Æpage 115 – 116)
3 Resolution
Displays the resolution of the projector.
4 Lamp Hours
Displays the lamp usage time (converted value).
5 Power Status
Displays the status of the power.
6 Source
Displays the selected video input.
7 Projector Position
Displays the projection method of the projector.
8 Lamp Mode
Displays the lamp mode.
9 Error Status
Displays the error status.
10 Exit
Return the operation page.
User mode
A user can change password only.
Settings
1
1 Help Desk
Sends or receive messages to the administrator who
uses Crestron RoomView.
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Network
Memory Viewer function
The Memory Viewer function is to make a presentation or project an image without using computers or some
other external equipment. You do not have to carry a computer or other equipment to project images.
Store images on a dedicated USB (Universal Serial Bus) thumb drive and insert it into the USB port (Series A) of
the projector, then you can project those images.
Which images can be projected with the Memory Viewer function?
With the Memory Viewer function, you can project images in these formats below.
• Bitmap data
• JPEG data
• Text data
JPEG data used with Memory Viewer
Memory viewer does not support the resolution of image greater than 8191 x 8191 pixels.
Text data used with Memory Viewer
Memory viewer supports the text file with the ASCII format for single byte. Other text formats cannot
be supported.
Back up the data
It is recommended that important data to edit with Network Viewer (See Wireless Manager mobile edition 6.0)
and store in USB thumb drive should be stored in other media in advance. We are not responsible for any
data losses or damages resulting from use of the Memory Viewer function.
JJUSB thumb drive for the Memory Viewer function
Commercially available USB thumb drives can be used for this Memory Viewer function.
The USB port is compatible with USB thumb drive formatted with FAT16 or FAT32.
It is not compatible with other formats. Please note that when you format the USB thumb drive.
JJInserting the USB thumb drive
Settings
Insert the USB thumb drive directly into the USB port on the rear terminal of the projector as shown in the
figure below.
USB port (Series A)
COMPUTER 1 IN
COMPUTER 2 IN
SERIAL IN
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
USB B


USB A
LAN
VIEWER
DISPLAY/
MOUSE CONTROL
MIC IN
S-VIDEO IN
L
R
COMPUTER VARIABLE
AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT
USB thumb drive
Note:
When inserting, confirm the
direction of the plug not to
damage the terminal.
CAUTION on insertion and removal of the USB thumb drive
Please note following points to insert and remove the USB thumb drive.
T
he indicator of the USB thumb drive will be blinking when it is inserted to the projector or while the
projector is reading out the data. Do not remove the USB thumb drive while it is blinking.
W
hen using a USB thumb drive without indicator, you cannot recognize when the projector reading out
the data. Please remove it from the projector after closing the memory viewer function or turning off the
projector.
D
o not install and remove the USB thumb drive frequently. Remove the USB thumb drive at least 5 seconds
after installation. And install at least 5 seconds after removal. While installing or removing the USB thumb
drive, the projector is in switching period for those operation.
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Network
CAUTION on Handling and Storing the USB thumb drive
D
o not put USB thumb drive or its cap within close reach of children. Swallowing them may cause
suffocation.
 If the smoke or questionable odor rise, turn off the peripheral equipment and contact yourdealer.
 Do not put water, chemical or oil to the USB thumb drive. It may cause short out or fire.
D
o not put foreign objects or put metal objects to the USB terminal. Static electricity may cause data loss or
data corruption.
D
o not remove the USB thumb drive from the computer or the projector while the USB thumb drive is
reading out or writing the data. It may cause data loss or data corruption.
D
o not store the USB thumb drive where high temperature, humid or dusty place or magnetizeditems are
around.
JJDirect start-up into the memory viewer mode
“Network”, and then an image stored in the root directory of the USB thumb drive is displayed on the screen.
* If the image file is not available in the root directory of the USB thumb drive, the memory viewer browser
window appears.
* When the projector is turned off and on while the USB thumb drive is left inside in the memory viewer
mode, the projector starts into the memory viewer mode and an image stored in the USB thumb drive is
displayed on the screen.
When you press <AUTO SETUP/CANCEL> button in the memory viewer mode, the memory viewer browser
window as shown on page 90 appears on the screen.
When you remove the USB thumb drive during operating the projector in the memory viewer mode,
the input source returns to the previous one selected just before inserting the USB thumb drive.
Remote Control
Settings
AUTO SETUP/CANCEL
button
Note
 During accessing to the USB thumb drive, do not turn off the power or eject the USB thumb drive because the
data in the USB thumb drive might get damaged. During accessing, the USB thumb drive is blinking.
 The USB thumb drive allows you to insert or remove regardless of the power status of the projector.
 The direct start-up into the memory viewer mode may not operate when the USB thumb drive is inserted
immediately after being removed.
 During in [Multi live] mode of “Wireless Manager ME6.0”, the direct start-up into the memory viewer mode is
not available. After terminating [Multi live], insert the USB thumb drive, or operate “Memory viewer” (Æpage
71).
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Network
JJDisplaying the memory viewer browser window
When you press <AUTO SETUP/CANCEL> button in the memory viewer mode, following browser window
“Thumbnail” or “Filename list” appears on the screen.
Filename list display
Displays current directory path
Memory viewer
Menu
Moves
to upper
directory
View Set
Name
Exit
File type
Date modified
n_capture
File folder
2003/05/05 18:20
PDP0909
File folder
2004/11/19 18:20
New Folder
File folder
2005/11/16 18:00
Size
..
movie_icons.bmp
312 KB
Bitmaps file
2006/12/12 12:20
Network.jpg
350 KB
JPEG Image
2007/03/11 18:20
movie_1024.txt
222 KB
Text file
2008/01/25 15:24
movie1008.bmp
450 KB
Bitmaps file
2009/03/23 01:20
Network_330.jpg
1 KB
JPEG Image
2011/09/12 00:35
MRA3102A.txt
250 KB
Text file
2012/06/12 13:41
Thumbnail display
Displays current directory path
Memory viewer
Menu
View
Moves
to upper
directory
Set
Exit
..
4.jpg
8.jpg
1.jpg
5.jpg
9.jpg
2.jpg
3.jpg
6.jpg
7.jpg
10.jpg
Settings
E
ven before the completion of thumbnail images drawing, the image selection is available by pressing point
▲▼◄► buttons. (Though thumbnail images drawing cannot be interrupted by pressing any of point ▲▼◄►
buttons, the operation is valid.)
 A file more than 10MB is not displayed as thumbnails. Icons are displayed in substitution for thumbnails.
 Only JPEG, Bitmap and Text icons can be supported in the browser screen.
Icon indication
Folder icon. Displays the contents of the selected folder with <ENTER> button
Top directory icon. Moves to upper directory with <ENTER> button
JPEG file icon
Bitmap file icon
Text file icon
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Network
JJTermination of memory viewer
To terminate the memory viewer function, take one of methods described below.
 Terminate with projector’s on-screen menu.
1. Select “Wired” or “Wireless” from the input menu of the projector. Press <ENTER> button.
2. Select “Memory Viewer” with the point ▲▼ buttons and press <ENTER> button. The “Enter/Exit” pallet of
the memory viewer appears.
3. Select “Exit” and press <ENTER> button.
 Terminate with memory viewer mode
1. D
uring the image displaying, press <AUTO SETUP/CANCEL> button. The browser window appears on
the screen.
2. Press <AUTO SETUP/CANCEL> button again. The cursor moves to menu item.
3. Select “Exit” on the browser window with the point ◄► buttons and press <ENTER> button.
 Terminate with plugged out the USB thumb directly.
JJFormatting the USB thumb drive
A new USB thumb drive or a USB thumb drive formatted by computer or camera must be formatted by
this product. Memory Viewer function may not operate properly with a USB thumb drive formatted by
other equipment.
1. In the memory viewer mode, press <AUTO SETUP/CANCEL> button. The browser window appears on
the screen.
2. Press <AUTO SETUP/CANCEL> button again. The cursor moves to menu item.
3. S
elect “Format” from “Set” with the point buttons and press <ENTER> button. The format confirmation
window appears.
4. S
elect “OK” with the ◄► buttons and press <ENTER> button to start formatting. It takes about 1-2
seconds to complete the formatting.
Settings
Note
 Formatting the USB thumb drive may delete all the stored data, please backup the data you need before
formatting.
 During formatting the USB thumb drive, do not turn off the power or eject the USB thumb drive because the
data in the USB thumb drive might get damaged. During formatting, the USB thumb drive is blinking.
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LAMP and WARNING Indicators
Managing the indicated problems
If a problem should occur inside the projector, the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)>, <LAMP> and/or <WARNING>
indicators will inform you. Manage the indicated problems as follow.
CAUTION
zz Before you take a remedial measure, follow the procedure of switching the power off indicated in “Turning off the projector”.
(Æpage 34)
zz If multiple indicators light or blink, verify the status of the projector by looking at each indicator.
Note
zz Confirm the status of the power indicated on the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator.
JJLAMP indicator
Indicator
Lighting in yellow
Status
The projection lamp reaches its end of life.
Check
Is there a Lamp replacement icon appears on the screen?
Remedy
Replace the lamp unit.
(Æpage 96)
Note
zz Contact your dealer for repair services when <LAMP> indicator persists to light after taking these measurements.
JJWARNING indicator
Indicator
Lights in red.
Blinks in red.
Status
If the temperature within the projector becomes too high,
the <WARNING> indicator will start to flash slowly.
The projector detects an abnormal If the temperature within the projector becomes even
condition and cannot be turned
higher, the <WARNING> indicator will flash faster, and the
on.
<ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator blinks in orange. When
the projector has cooled inside and returned to operating
temperature, it will turn off automatically.
Check
- Did you provide appropriate space for the projector to be
ventilated? Check the installing condition to see if the air
vents of the projector are not blocked.
- Has the projector been installed near an AirConditioning/ Heating Duct or Vent?
- Are the filters clean?
Remedy
Maintenance
Note
Unplug the AC power cord
and plug it again to turn on the
projector.
If the projector is turned off again, - Provide good installing condition to your projector.
unplug the AC power cord and
- Move the installation of the projector away from the duct
contact the dealer or the service
or vent.
center for service and checkup.
- Replace air filters.
zz If <WARNING> indicator persists to light or blink after taking these measurements, please contact your dealer for repair
services. Do not leave the projector on. It may cause an electric shock or a fire hazard.
zz The projector detects an abnormal condition and cannot be turned on. Unplug the AC power cord and plug it again to turn
on the projector. If the projector is turned off again, unplug the AC power cord and contact the dealer or the service center
for service and checkup. Do not leave the projector on. It may cause an electric shock or a fire hazard.
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Replacement
Before replacing the unit
zz When you perform maintenance or replacement of the parts, make sure to turn off the power and disconnect
the power plug from the wall outlet. (Æpage 30, 34)
zz Be sure to observe the procedure “Turing off the projector” (Æpage 34) when performing power supply
operation.
Maintenance
JJOuter Case
Wipe off dirt and dust using a soft dry cloth.
zz If the dirt is persistent, soak the cloth with water and wring it thoroughly before wiping. Dry off the projector
with a dry cloth.
zz Do not use benzene, thinner, or rubbing alcohol, other solvents, household cleaners. Using them may
cause deterioration of the outer case.
zz When using chemical treated dusters, follow its instruction.
JJFront glass surface of the lens
Wipe off the dirt and dust off the front surface of the lens with soft clean cloth.
zz Do not use a cloth that has an abrasive surface or a cloth that is moist, oily, or covered with dust.
zz Do not use excessive force when wiping the lens as it is fragile.
Attention
zz The lens is made of glass. Impacts or excessive force when wiping may scratch its surface.
Please handle with care.
Replacing the unit
The air filter units are provided in side and back of the projector.
JJ Replacement of the air filter unit (side)
1111 Remove the air filter cover.
zz Open the air filter cover in the direction of the
arrow in the figure and remove it.
i) H
old the knob of the air filter unit and pull out in
the direction of the arrow, the top of the air filter
unit will pop up.
ii) Take out the air filter unit upwards.
zz After removing the air filter unit, remove large
foreign objects and dust from the air filter
compartment and the projector’s air intake port
if there are any.
Air filter cover (side)
3333 Insert the new air filter unit.
zz Hold the air filter unit that the knob is outside of
the projector, perform Step 2) in the reverse order.
zz Do not press the filter part when push into the
projector at last.
4444 Install the air filter cover.
zz Make sure that the air filter cover is closed tightly.
Knob
Air filter unit (side)
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Maintenance
2222 Remove the air filter unit.
Replacement
JJ Replacement of the air filter unit (back)
1111 Remove the air filter cover.
zz Open the air filter cover in the direction of the
arrow in the figure and remove it.
2222 Remove the air filter unit.
zz Hold the knob of the air filter unit and pull out
in the direction of the arrow.
zz After removing the air filter unit, remove large
foreign objects and dust from the air filter
compartment and the projector’s air intake port
if there are any.
Air filter cover (back)
3333 Insert the new air filter unit.
zz Hold the air filter unit that the knob is outside of
the projector, perform Step 2) in the reverse order.
zz Do not press the filter part when push into the
projector at last.
4444 Install the air filter cover.
zz Make sure that the air filter cover is closed tightly.
Knob
Air filter unit (back)
JJ Resetting the Filter Counter
Be sure to reset the Filter counter after replacing the filter. (Æpage 62 "Filter counter reset")
Attention
zz Turn off the power before you replace the air filter units.
zz When attaching the air filter unit, make sure that the projector is stable, and work in an environment that is
safe, even in the event of the air filter unit dropping.
zz Do not operate the projector with the air filter units removed. Dust may accumulate on the optical elements
degrading picture quality.
zz Do not put anything into the air vents. Doing so may result in malfunction of the projector.
zz The air filter unit to be replaced should be an unused product.
zz After replacing the air filter, reset the filter counter. Otherwise, the power of the projector may be turned off for
safety.
Maintenance
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Replacement
JJLamp unit
The lamp unit is a consumable component. You can check the total usage time using Lamp runtime in the
Information menu (Æpage 64).
It is recommended to ask an authorized engineer to replace the lamp unit. Contact your dealer.
Consult your dealer to purchase a replacement lamp unit (ET-LAV200).
CAUTION:
■ Do not replace the lamp unit when it is hot. (Wait at least 1 hour after use.)
The inside of the cover can become very hot, take care to avoid burn injuries.
JJNotes on the replacement of the lamp unit
zz The luminous source of the lamp is made of glass and may burst if
you hit it against a hard surface or drop it.
Please handle with care.
zz A Phillips screwdriver is required for replacement of the lamp unit.
zz When replacing the lamp unit, be sure to hold it by the handle.
zz When replacing the lamp because it has stopped illuminating, there
is a possibility that the lamp may be broken. If replacing the lamp
of a projector which has been installed on the ceiling, you should
always assume that the lamp is broken, and you should stand to the
side of the lamp cover, not underneath it. Remove the lamp cover
gently. Small pieces of glass may fall out when the lamp cover is
opened. If pieces of glass get into your eyes or mouth, seek medical advice immediately.
zz The lamp contains mercury. Consult your local municipality or your dealer about correct disposal of used
lamp units.
Attention
zz Do not use other than designated lamp units.
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
JJWhen to replace the lamp unit
The lamp unit is a consumable component. Brightness decreases according to duration of usage, so
periodical replacement of the lamp unit is necessary.
When the projection lamp of the projector reaches its end of life, the Lamp replacement icon appears on the
screen and <LAMP> indicator lights yellow. Replace the lamp with a new one promptly.
Lamp runtime
Over 2 500 hours *
Over 2 700 hours *
The message is displayed for 4 seconds. If you
press any button within the 4 seconds, the message
disappears.
If the power is turned on without replacing the lamp,
the power automatically turns off after approximately
ten minutes to prevent the malfunction of the
projector.
LAMP indicator
Lights in yellow (even in
stand-by mode).
*2 700 hours of use is a rough guideline, but is not a guarantee. The lamp runtime differs depending on the
setting of "Lamp power" menu.
Note
zzThe Lamp replacement icon will not appear when the [Display] function is set to [Off] (Æpage 57), or during
"Freeze" (Æpage 38), or "AV mute" (Æpage 39).
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Maintenance
On screen
Lamp replacement icon
Replacement
JJ
Replacing the Lamp unit
CAUTION:
zz When the projector is mounted on a ceiling, do not work with your face close to the projector.
zz Attach the lamp unit and the lamp cover securely.
zz When you experience difficulty in installing the lamp, remove it and try again. If you use force to install the
lamp, the connector may be damaged.
Lamp cover
1111 Turn off the Power by following the
procedure in “Turning off the projector”
(Æpage 34). Unplug the AC power cord. Wait
at least 1 hour and make sure the lamp unit
and surroundings are cool.
2222 Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the
lamp cover fixing screw and remove the
lamp cover.
zz Remove the lamp cover by pulling it slowly toward
the direction of the arrow.
Lamp cover
fixing screw
Lamp unit fixing screws
3333 Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the
three lamp unit fixing screws until the
screws turn freely. Hold the used lamp
unit by its handles, and pull it gently from
the projector.
4444 Insert the new lamp unit in correct
direction. Tighten the three lamp unit
fixing screws securely with a Phillips
screwdriver
Lamp unit
5555 Attach the lamp cover, and tighten the
lamp cover fixing screw securely with a
Phillips screwdriver.
zz Attach the lamp cover by pushing it slowly opposite
the direction of the arrow.
Note
Lamp unit
Maintenance
zz When you replace the new lamp unit (ET-LAV200), the projector resets the total usage time of the lamp unit automatically.
96 - ENGLISH
Replacement
Attaching the Lens Cap
When moving this projector or while not using it over an extended period of time, attach the lens cap.
To prevent loss for the lens cap, please according to the following procedures, attach the lens cap with the string
of accessories.
1111 Thread the thinner end of the string through
the hole on the lens cap.
Lens cap
String
Maintenance
2222 Thread the other end of the string through
the hole on the bottom of the projector.
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Troubleshooting
Please check following points. For details, see the corresponding pages.
Problem
Cause
Reference
page
zz The power cord may not be connected.
—
zz No electric supply is at the wall outlet.
—
Power does not turn zz The circuit breakers have tripped.
on.
zz Is the <LAMP> indicator, <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator, or <WARNING
> indicator lit or blinking?
31, 92
zz The lamp cover has not been securely installed.
96
zz The video signal input source may not be connected to a terminal
29
zz The input selection setting may not be correct.
38
zz The [Brightness] adjustment setting may be at the minimum setting.
49
zz The input source which is connected to the projector may have a
—
zz The [AV Mute] function may be in use.
39
zz The lens cap is still attached to the lens.
zz The lens focus may not have been set correctly.
17
35
properly.
No picture appears.
problem.
The picture is fuzzy.
The color is pale or
grayish.
zz The projector may not be at the correct distance from the screen.
14
zz The projector may be tilted too much.
—
zz [Color] or [Tint] adjustment may be incorrect.
49
zz The input source which is connected to the projector may not be
—
zz RGB cable is damaged.
—
zz The input terminals may not have been correctly connected.
29
adjusted correctly.
39
zz When the VARIABLE AUDIO OUT is plugged-in, the projector's built-in
23
zz The [Mute] function may have been turned on.
Maintenance
The control buttons
of the projector do
not operate.
98 - ENGLISH
38, 55
zz The batteries may be weak.
—
zz The batteries may not have been inserted correctly.
24
zz The remote control signal receptor on the projector may be obstructed.
20
zz The remote control unit may be out of the operation range.
20
zz Strong light such as fluorescent shine onto the signal receptor.
20
zz When different codes are set on the projector and on the remote control.
60
zz The control panel is not available if the control panel is locked at [Key
61
lock] under [Security] of [Setting] section.
The picture does not zz There may be a problem with the VCR or other signal source.
zz A signal which is not compatible with the projector is being input.
display correctly.
Picture from a
computer does not
appear.
36, 55
zz The [AV Mute] function may have been turned on.
speaker is not available.
The remote control
does not operate.
26-27
zz The lens may be dirty.
zz The volume may have been set to the minimum level.
No sound from the
internal speaker
—
—
108-111
zz The cable may be longer than the optional cable.
—
zz The external video output from a laptop computer may not be correct.
—
Troubleshooting
Problem
Picture from a HDMI
device does not
appear or picture is
not stable.
No sound is output
from a HDMI device.
zz Is the HDMI cable securely connected?
29
zz Turn off the power of the projector and the connected devices. Then turn
—
the power of the projector and the connected devices back on.
zz Isn't unsupported signal cable connected?
108-111
zz Set the sound channel of the attached device to Linear PCM.
—
zz If no audio signal is output during HDMI cable connection, connect the
58
audio cable to COMPUTER AUDIO IN 2 terminal and set to "Computer
2" in "Sound" of "Setting" menu.
zz Check [PC adj.] or [Screen] and adjust them.
The image is
distorted or runs off.
The exclamation
mark
appears on
the screen.
Reference
page
Cause
zz Your operation is invalid. Operate correctly.
46, 52
—
Note
Maintenance
zz If the problem persists, after confirming the contents of the table, please consult your dealer.
ENGLISH - 99
Technical Information
PJLink protocol
The network function of the projector supports PJLink class 1, and the PJLink protocol can be used to perform
projector setting and projector status query operations from a computer.
JJControl commands
The following table lists the PJLink protocol commands that can be used to control the projector.
Command
Control details
POWR
Power supply control
POWR ?
Power supply status query
INPT
Input selection
INPT ?
Input selection query
AVMT
AV MUTE control
AVMT ?
AV MUTE status query
ERST ?
Error status query
Notes
Parameters
0 = Standby
1 = Power ON
Parameters
0 = Standby
1 = Power ON
2 = Cool-down in progress
3 =Warm-up in progress
Parameters
11 = RGB 1
12 = RGB 2
13 = SCART
22 = S-VIDEO 23 = COMPONENT
21 = VIDEO
31 = HDMI
51 = Network
Parameters
30 = AV MUTE mode off
31 = AV MUTE mode on
Parameters
1st byte : Indicates fan errors, range 0 – 2
2nd byte : Indicates lamp errors, range 0 – 2
3rd byte : Indicates temperature errors, range 0 – 2
4th byte : Fixed at 0
5th byte : Indicates filter errors, range 0 – 2
6th byte : Indicates other errors, range 0 – 2
Definitions for each value from 0 to 2 are as follows.
0 = No error known
1 = Warning
2 = Error
Parameters
1st digits (1 – 5 digits) : Lamp cumulative operating time
2nd digit : 0 = Lamp off, 1 = Lamp on
LAMP ?
Lamp status query
INST ?
Input selection list query
The followings are returned as parameters.
“11, 12, 13, 21, 22, 23, 31, 51”
NAME ?
INF1 ?
INF2 ?
INF0 ?
CLSS ?
Projector name query
Manufacturer name query
Model name query
Other information query
Class information query
The name set for [Projector name] in [Network] is returned.
“Panasonic” is returned.
Answer the model name with “VX505N” or "VW435N".
Information such as version number is returned.
“1” is returned.
JJPJLink security authorization
Appendix
When using PJLink with security authorization, either o​f the password set for administrator privileges and the
password set for user privileges with Web browser control can be used as the password for PJLink (Æpage 85).
When using PJLink without security authorization, set use without the password for administrator privileges and
the password for user privileges of Web browser control.
For specifications regarding PJLink, refer to the Japan Business Machine and Information System
Industries Association website.
http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/
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Technical Information
Control commands via LAN
JJWhen WEB Control administrator rights password is set (Protect mode)
zzConnection method
1111 Obtain the IP address and port number (Initial set value = 1 024) of the projector and
make a request for connection to the projector.
Acquire the IP address from the menu screen of the projector, and the port number from the WEB control
page.
IP address : Obtain from MAIN MENU → [Network] → [Network status]
Port No. :
Acquire from the WEB control “Detailed set up ” → “Command port set up” page
2222 There is a response from the projector.
Response data
Data section
Blank
Mode
Blank
Random number
section
Termination
symbol
“NTCONTROL”
(ASCII string)
‘  ’
0x20
‘1’
0x31
‘  ’
0x20
“zzzzzzzz”
(ASCII code hexadecimal
number)
(CR)
0x0d
9 bytes
1 byte
1 byte
1 byte
8 bytes
1 byte
Mode : 1 = Protect mode
3333 Generate a 32-byte hash value from the following data using MD5 algorithm.
“xxxxxx:yyyyy:zzzzzzzz”
xxxxxx :
yyyyy :
zzzzzzzz :
Administrator rights user name for WEB CONTROL (Default user name is “admin1”)
Password of above administrator rights user (Default password is “panasonic”)
8-byte random number obtained in Step 2
zzCommand transmission method
Transmit using the following command format.
Header
Hash value
(See above
<Connection method>)
‘0’
0x30
32 bytes
1 byte
Receive data
Data section
Termination symbol
‘0’
0x30
Control command
(ASCII string)
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Undefined length
1 byte
Header
Data section
Termination symbol
‘0’
0x30
‘0’
0x30
Control command
(ASCII string)
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
1 byte
Undefined length
1 byte
Error response
“ERR1”
“ERR2”
“ERR3”
“ERR4”
“ERR5”
“ERRA”
Error message
Undefined control command
Out of parameter range
Busy state or no-acceptable period
Timeout or no-acceptable period
Wrong data length
Password mismatch
4 bytes
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
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Appendix
Transmitted data
Technical Information
JJWhen WEB Control administrator rights password is not set (Non-protect
mode)
zzConnection method
1111 Obtain the IP address and port number (Initial set value = 1 024) of the projector and
make a request for connection to the projector.
Acquire the IP address from the menu screen of the projector, and the port number from the WEB control
page.
IP address : Obtain from MAIN MENU → [Network] → [Network status]
Port No. :
Acquire from the WEB control “Detailed set up” → “Command port set up” page
2222 There is a response from the projector.
Response data
Data section
“NTCONTROL”
(ASCII string)
9 bytes
Mode : 0 = Non-protect mode
Blank
‘  ’
0x20
1 byte
Mode
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
zzCommand transmission method
Transmit by the following command format.
Transmitted data
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Receive data
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Receive data
“ERR1”
“ERR2”
“ERR3”
“ERR4”
“ERR5”
“ERRA”
Appendix
102 - ENGLISH
Header
Header
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Data section
Control command
(ASCII string)
Undefined length
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
‘0’
0x30
1 byte
Data section
Control command
(ASCII string)
Undefined length
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Error message
Undefined control command
Out of parameter range
Busy state or no-acceptable period
Timeout or no-acceptable period
Wrong data length
Password mismatch
4 bytes
Termination symbol
(CR)
0x0d
1 byte
Technical Information
Serial terminal
The serial connector which is on the connector panel of the projector conforms to the RS-232C interface
specification, so that the projector can be controlled by a personal computer which is connected to this connector.
JJConnection
Connecting terminals
on projector
Computer
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Communication cable
JJPin assignments and signal names
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
Outside view
Pin No.
Signal name
—
TXD
RXD
—
GND
—
RTS
CTS
—
Contents
NC
Transmitted data
Received data
NC
Earth
NC
Connected internally
NC
JJCommunication conditions
Signal level
Sync. method
Baud rate
Parity
RS-232C-compliant
Asynchronous
19 200 bps
None
Character length
Stop bit
X parameter
S parameter
8 bits
1 bit
None
None
Note
zz When [AMX D. D.] function is set to [On] under the [Network] menu, the Baud rate will change to 9 600 bps
Appendix
automatically.
ENGLISH - 103
Technical Information
JJBasic format
Transmission from the computer begins with STX, then the command, parameter, and ETX are sent in this
order. Add parameters according to the details of control.
STX
C1
Start
(1 byte)
C2
C3
:
P1
Colon
(1 byte)
3 command
characters
(3 bytes)
P2
Pn
Parameter
(undefined length)
ETX
End
(1 byte)
½½½ When sending commands without parameters, a colon (:) is not necessary.
JJBasic format (with sub command)
Same as basic format
STX
S1
C1
S2
S3
C2
C3
S4
Sub command (5 bytes)
:
S5
ETX
E
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
Parameter (6 bytes)
Symbol “+” or “-” (1 byte) and set value or
adjustment value (5 bytes)
Operation (1 byte)
“=” (Value specified using parameter is set)
½½½ When transmitting a command which does not need a parameter, the operation (E) and parameter are not
necessary.
Appendix
104 - ENGLISH
Technical Information
JJCable specifications
[When connected to a computer]
Projector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Computer (DTE
specifications)
JJControl commands
When controlling the projector from a computer, the following commands are available:
[Projector control command]
Control contents
PON
Power [ON]
POF
Power [OFF]
Remarks
INPUT selection
(Parameter)
VID = Video
SVD = S-video
RG1 = Computer 1(RGB)
RG2 = Computer 2(RGB)
HD1 = HDMI
SCT = Computer 1(Scart)
NWP = Network
OSH
AV mute function
Turn off the projection and sound temporarily.
Do not send the command consecutively.
(Parameter)
0 = AV MUTE mode off
1 = AV MUTE mode on
OFZ
Freeze
(Parameters)
0 = Freeze mode off
1 = Freeze mode on
AUU
Volume up
AUD
Volume down
DZU
D. ZOOM up
DZD
D. ZOOM down
QPW
Power query
000 = Standby
001 = Power on
Lamp condition
query
(Call back)
0 = Stand-by
1 = Lamp ON control active
2 = Lamp ON
3 = Lamp OFF control active
IIS
Q$S
Appendix
Command
ENGLISH - 105
Technical Information
Other terminals
JJPin assignments and signal names of <S-VIDEO IN> terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Signal names
GND (luminance signal)
GND (color signal)
Luminance signal
Color signal
JJPin assignments and signal names of <COMPUTER 1 IN/COMPONENT
IN> terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Signal names
R/PR
G/G SYNC/Y
B/PB
+5V
DDC data
HD/SYNC
VD
DDC clock
: Not assigned
- , ,
: GND terminals
JJPin assignments and signal names of <COMPUTER 2 IN/MONITOR OUT>
terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Signal names
R/PR
G/G SYNC/Y
B/PB
HD/SYNC
VD
,
-
,
,
,
,
: Not assigned
: GND terminals
JJPin assignments and signal names of <HDMI> terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Even-numbered pins
to
Odd-numbered pins
to
Appendix
106 - ENGLISH
Signal names
T.M.D.S data 2+
T.M.D.S data 2 shield
T.M.D.S data 2T.M.D.S data 1+
T.M.D.S data 1 shield
T.M.D.S data 1T.M.D.S data 0+
T.M.D.S data 0 shield
T.M.D.S data 0T.M.D.S clock +
Pin No.
Signal names
T.M.D.S clock shield
T.M.D.S clock CEC
—
SCL
SDA
DDC/CEC GND
+5V
Hot plug detection
Technical Information
JJUSB CONNECTOR (Type A)
Outside view
Pin No.
Signal names
+5V
- Data
   
+Data
GND
JJUSB CONNECTOR (Type B)
Pin No.
Signal names
+5V
- Data
+Data
GND
Appendix
Outside view
ENGLISH - 107
Technical Information
List of compatible signals
The following table specifies the types of signals compatible with the projectors.
Format : V
= VIDEO, S = S-VIDEO, C = COMPUTER, Y = YPBPR, H = HDMI
Scanning
frequency
Display
resolution *1
(dots)
H (kHz)
V (Hz)
Dot clock
frequency
(MHz)
NTSC/NTSC 4.43/
PAL-M/PAL 60
720 x 480
15.7
59.9
PAL/PAL-N/SECAM
720 x 576
15.6
480p
640 x 480
31.47
480i
640 x 480i
15.734
60.00
Mode
Picture
quality *2
--
A
A
V/S
60.0
--
A
A
V/S
59.88
25.2
A
A
12.2727
A
A
768 x 576
31.25
50.00
29.5
A
A
576i
768 x 576i
15.625
50.00
14.75
A
A
720p
1 280 x 720
37.50
50.00
74.25
AA
A
45.00
60.00
74.25
AA
A
1 035i
1 920 x 1 035i
1 920 x 1 080i
640 x 480
VGA
640 x 400
720 x 400
SVGA
MAC
MAC 13
MAC LC13
800 x 600
33.75
60.00
74.25
A
A
50.00
74.25
A
A
33.75
60.00
74.25
A
A
31.47
59.88
25.149
A
A
37.86
74.38
31.50
A
A
37.86
72.81
31.50
A
A
○
○
37.50
75.00
31.50
A
A
43.269
85.00
36.00
A
A
31.47
70.09
25.175
A
A
31.47
70.09
28.322
A
A
35.156
56.25
36.00
A
A
○
○
37.88
60.32
40.00
A
A
○
46.875
75.00
49.50
A
A
○
53.674
85.06
56.25
A
A
48.08
72.19
50.00
A
A
37.90
61.03
40.02
A
A
34.50
55.38
36.432
A
A
38.00
60.51
40.128
A
A
38.60
60.31
38.60
A
A
32.70
51.09
32.70
A
A
38.00
60.51
40.128
A
A
75.00
75.08
126.00
A
A
1 280 x 1 024
80.00
75.08
135.20
A
A
35.00
66.67
30.24
A
A
34.97
66.60
31.33
A
A
MAC 16
832 x 624
49.72
74.55
57.283
A
A
MAC 19
1 024 x 768
60.24
75.08
80.01
A
A
MAC 21
1 152 x 870
68.68
75.06
100.00
A
A
Appendix
***** “i” added to the resolution value indicates an interlaced signal.
***** Picture quality is indicated by the following symbols.
AA: Maximum picture quality can be obtained.
A: Signals are converted by the image processing circuit.
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C/Y
28.125
1 280 x 960
640 x 480
Format
PTVX505NE
576p
1 080i
PnP *3
PTVW435NE
○
C
Technical Information
SXGA+
1 400 x 1 050
1 024 x 768
XGA
1 024 x 768i
1 152 x 864
1 152 x 900
1 280 x 960
SXGA
1 280 x 1 024
1 280 x 1 024i
UXGA
1 600 x 1 200
Scanning
frequency
Picture
quality *2
H (kHz)
V (Hz)
Dot clock
frequency
(MHz)
63.970
60.190
107.990
A
A
65.350
60.120
122.850
A
A
65.120
59.900
122.430
A
A
48.36
60.00
65.00
A
AA
68.677
84.977
94.504
A
AA
60.023
75.03
78.75
A
AA
○
○
PTVW435NE
PTVX505NE
56.476
70.07
75.00
A
AA
60.31
74.92
79.252
A
AA
48.50
60.02
65.179
A
AA
44.00
54.58
59.129
A
AA
63.48
79.35
83.41
A
AA
62.04
77.07
84.375
A
AA
61.00
75.70
81.00
A
AA
46.90
58.20
63.03
A
AA
47.00
58.30
61.664
A
AA
58.03
72.00
74.745
A
AA
36.00
87.17
47.30
A
AA
35.522
86.96
44.90
A
AA
64.20
70.40
94.560
A
A
61.20
65.20
92.00
A
A
71.40
75.60
105.10
A
A
61.85
66.00
94.50
A
A
60.00
60.00
108.00
A
A
62.50
58.60
108.00
A
A
63.90
60.00
107.35
A
A
63.34
59.98
108.18
A
A
63.74
60.01
109.497
A
A
71.69
67.19
117.004
A
A
81.13
76.107
135.008
A
A
63.98
60.02
108.00
A
A
79.976
75.025
135.00
A
A
63.37
60.01
111.520
A
A
76.97
72.00
130.08
A
A
63.79
60.18
108.19
A
A
91.146
85.024
157.5
A
A
50.00
86.00
80.00
A
A
50.00
94.00
80.00
A
A
46.43
86.70
78.745
A
A
75.00
60.00
162.00
A
A
81.25
65.00
175.50
A
A
87.5
70.00
189.00
A
A
93.75
75.00
202.50
A
A
PnP *3
Format
○
C
Appendix
Mode
Display
resolution *1
(dots)
***** “i” added to the resolution value indicates an interlaced signal.
***** Picture quality is indicated by the following symbols.
AA: Maximum picture quality can be obtained.
A: Signals are converted by the image processing circuit.
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Technical Information
Mode
Display
resolution *1
(dots)
1 280 x 768
WXGA
1 280 x 800
1 366 x 768
1 360 x 768
WSXGA+
47.776
59.870
60.289
68.633
PTVW435NE
PTVX505NE
79.500
AA
A
74.893
102.250
AA
A
84.837
117.500
AA
A
55.993
69.991
94.964
AA
A
57.675
72.004
97.817
AA
A
49.600
60.050
79.360
AA
A
41.200
50.000
68.557
AA
A
49.702
59.810
83.500
AA
A
63.980
60.020
108.000
AA
A
58.289
69.975
98.858
AA
A
60.044
71.995
102.795
AA
A
62.790
74.928
106.492
AA
A
71.553
84.879
122.498
AA
A
48.36
60.00
86.67
A
A
47.70
60.00
86.67
A
A
PnP *3
C
72.00
100.19
A
A
60.00
86.67
A
A
1 680 x 1 050
65.290
59.954
146.250
A
A
55.935
59.887
106.500
A
A
74.918
60.000
161.850
A
A
74.556
59.885
193.250
A
A
74.038
59.950
154.000
A
A
31.47
59.94
25.175
A
A
○
31.47
59.88
25.2
A
A
○
31.25
50.00
29.5
A
A
○
37.50
50.00
74.25
AA
A
○
1 920 x 1 200
640 x 480
768 x 576
D-720p
1 280 x 720
45.00
60.00
74.25
AA
A
○
D-SVGA
800 x 600
37.879
60.32
40
A
A
○
D-XGA
1 024 x 768
43.363
60.00
65
A
AA
○
63.97
60.19
107.99
A
A
65.350
60.120
122.850
A
A
65.120
59.900
122.430
A
A
D-SXGA+
1 400 x 1 050
Appendix
***** “i” added to the resolution value indicates an interlaced signal.
***** Picture quality is indicated by the following symbols.
AA: Maximum picture quality can be obtained.
A: Signals are converted by the image processing circuit.
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Format
○
48.36
WUXGA
D-576p
V (Hz)
Picture
quality *2
56.16
1 440 x 900
D-VGA
H (kHz)
Dot clock
frequency
(MHz)
1 376 x 768
WXGA+
D-480p
Scanning
frequency
H
Technical Information
Mode
Display
resolution *1
(dots)
1 360 x 768
1 366 x 768
1 376 x 768
1 280 x 768
D-WXGA
1 280 x 800
D-SXGA
D-1035i
1 280 x 1 024
1 920 x 1 035i
D-1080i
1 920 x 1 080i
D-1080p
1 920 x 1 080
Scanning
frequency
Picture
quality *2
H (kHz)
V (Hz)
Dot clock
frequency
(MHz)
47.700
60.00
86.670
A
A
56.160
72.000
100.190
A
A
46.500
50.000
67.400
A
A
48.360
60.00
86.670
A
A
48.360
60.00
86.670
A
A
47.776
59.870
79.500
AA
A
60.289
74.893
102.250
AA
A
68.633
84.837
117.500
AA
A
55.993
69.991
94.964
AA
A
57.675
72.004
97.817
AA
A
49.572
59.870
83.282
AA
A
41.200
50.000
68.557
AA
A
49.702
59.810
83.500
AA
A
63.980
60.020
108.000
AA
A
58.289
69.975
98.858
AA
A
60.044
71.995
102.795
AA
A
62.790
74.928
106.492
AA
A
71.553
84.879
122.498
AA
A
63.98
60.02
108
A
A
60.276
58.069
93.067
A
A
31.65
29.8
53.48
A
A
PTVW435NE
PTVX505NE
PnP *3
○
H
33.75
60.00
74.25
A
A
28.125
50.00
74.25
A
A
○
33.75
60.00
74.25
A
A
○
67.5
60.00
148.5
A
A
56.25
50.00
148.5
A
A
D-WXGA+
1 440 x 900
55.935
59.887
106.500
A
A
D-WSXGA+
1 680 x 1 050
65.290
59.954
146.250
A
A
D-WUXGA
1 920 x 1 200
74.038
59.950
154.000
A
A
Format
***** “i” added to the resolution value indicates an interlaced signal.
***** Picture quality is indicated by the following symbols.
AA: Maximum picture quality can be obtained.
A: Signals are converted by the image processing circuit.
***** Where marked "○" signals indicates in Plug and Play is compatible with EDID of projector. Unmarked signals
in Plug and Play may also be compliant if input terminals are written in the format list. Where Plug and Play
is unmarked and nothing is written in the format list, difficulties in projecting image may occur even when
computer and projector appear to have same resolution.
Appendix
Note
zz The number of display dots is 1 280 x 800 for the PT-VW435NE and 1 024 x 768 for the PT-VX505NE.
A signal with a different resolution will be projected after converting the resolution to match the projector
display.
zz When interlaced signals are connected, flicker may occur on the projected image.
ENGLISH - 111
Specifications
Model No.
PT-VW435NE
Power supply
PT-VX505NE
AC100 V - 240 V
50 Hz/60 Hz
100 V - 240 V 4.0 A-1.6 A 365 W
Power consumption
When [Standby mode] of [Setting] is set to [ECO]: 0.3W
When [Standby mode] of [Setting] is set to [Network]: 12.9W or less
When [Standby MIC out] of [Sound] is set to [On]: Max.26 W
Panel size
LCD panel
1.5 cm(0.59")
(aspect ratio 16 : 10)
Display method
1.6 cm(0.63")
(aspect ratio 4 : 3)
3 transparent LCD panels (RGB)
Drive method
Pixels
Active matrix method
1 024 000
(1 280 x 800) x 3 panels
786 432
(1 024 x 768) x 3 panels
Manual zoom (1.6x) / Manual focus / Lens shift
F 1.6 to 2.12, f 15.28 mm to 24.62 mm
Lens
Luminous lamp
Light output *
1
for RGB signal
Applicable
scanning
frequency
*3
for YPBPR signal
for Video signal
(including S-video)
for HDMI signal
Color system
280 W UHM lamp
4 300 lm
5 000 lm
Horizontal 15 kHz to 100 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz to 100 Hz
Dot clock frequency: 140 MHz or less
[525i(480i)]
Horizontal 15.75 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
[525p(480p)]
Horizontal 31.5 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
[750(720)/60p]
Horizontal 45 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
[1125(1080)/60i]
Horizontal 33.75 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
[625i(576i)]
Horizontal 15.63 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
[625p(576p)]
Horizontal 31.25 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
[750(720)/50p]
Horizontal 37.5 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
[1125(1080)50i]
Horizontal 28.13 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
zzHD/SYNC and V terminals are not compliant with 3 value composite SYNC
Horizontal 15.75 kHz / 15.63 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz / 60 Hz
525p(480p), 625p(576p), 750(720)/60p, 750(720)/50p, 1 125(1 080)/60p, 1 125(1 080)/50p,
1 125(1 080)/60i, 1 125(1 080)/50i
zzDisplayable resolution: VGA to WUXGA (non-interlace)
zzDot clock frequency: up to 162 MHz
7 (NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM, PAL60)
Projection size
Screen aspect ratio
Projection scheme
Speaker
0.76 m -7.62 m (30"-300")
16 : 10
4:3
Front / Rear / Mount on Ceiling / Floor (Menu setting system)
1 (4.0 cm round-type)
Maximum usable volume output
Contrast ratio
*2
10W
3 500 : 1 (all white / all black)
4 000 : 1 (all white / all black)
Appendix
***** These values of light output are measured under the condition that [Lamp power] is set to [Normal],
[Image select] is set to [Dynamic] and [Lens Shift] is adjusted to the lowest level. Measurement, measuring
conditions and method of notation all comply with ISO21118 international standards.
***** The value of contrast ratio is measured under the condition that [Lamp power] is set to [Normal], [Image
select] is set to [Dynamic], [Lens Shift] is adjusted to the lowest level and [Iris] is set to [On]. Measurement,
measuring conditions and method of notation all comply with ISO21118 international standards.
***** For details of video signals that can be projected using this projector, refer to “List of compatible signals”.
(Æpage 108-111)
112 - ENGLISH
Specifications
Model No.
COMPUTER 1 IN/
COMPONENT IN
COMPUTER 2 IN/
MONITOR OUT
[RGB signal]
S-VIDEO IN
HDMI
AUDIO IN
VARIABLE AUDIO
OUT
USB
SERIAL IN
LAN
Wireless
LAN
PT-VX505NE
1 (D-sub 15 pin female)
[RGB signal]
0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (When G-SYNC: 1.0 [p-p] 75 Ω
HD/SYNC TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
VD TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
[YPBPR signal] Y: 1.0 V [p-p] including synchronization signal, PBPR: 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
VIDEO IN
Terminals
PT-VW435NE
Specification
standards
Channel
Communication range
0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (When G-SYNC: 1.0 [p-p] 75 Ω
HD/SYNC TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
VD TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
1 (RCA pin jack 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω)
1 (Mini DIN 4 pin, Y 1.0 V [p-p], C 0.286 V [p-p] 75 Ω, S1 signal compatible)
1 (HDMI 19 pin, HDCP and Deep color compatible)
2 (M3 stereo mini jack, 0.5 V [rms], input impedance 22 kΩ and more)
1 (RCA pin jack x 2 (L-R), 0.5 V [rms], input impedance 22 kΩ and more)
1 (M3 stereo mini jack, stereo monitor output compatible,
0 V [rms] to 2.0 V [rms] valuable, output impedance 2.2 kΩ and less)
USB connector (type A x 1 or type B x 1)
1 (D-sub 9 pin, RS-232C compliant, for computer control use
1 (for RJ-45 network connection, PJLink compatible,)
IEEE802.11b/g/n (Standard Protocol)
IEEE802.11b/g/n : 1 ~ 13 channel
About 30 m (It may differ depending on operating environment.)
Power cable length
2.0 m(78 3/4")
Cabinet
Molded plastic
Width: 379mm (14.92")
Height: 107 mm (4.21") (when front adjustable feet shortened)
Depth: 305 mm (12.01") (excluding protractions)
Dimensions
Weight
Approx.4.8 kg(10.58 lbs.) *4
Operating environment
Power supply
Remote
control
Operating range
Weight
Dimensions
Operating environment temperature*5:
0 °C (32 °F) to 40 °C (104 °F) (Elevation: below 1 200 m; [Fan control]: [Off])
0 °C (32 °F) to 30 °C (86 °F) (Elevation: 1 200 m ~ 2 000m; [Fan control]: [On 1])
0 °C (32 °F) to 30 °C (86 °F) (Elevation: 2 000 m ~ 2 700m; [Fan control]: [On 2])
Operating environment humidity: 20 % to 80 % (no condensation)
DC 3 V (battery (AAA/R03 or AAA/LR03 Type ) x 2)
Approx. 7 m (275.6") (when operated directly in front of receptor)
102 g (3.60 ozs.) (including batteries)
Width : 48 mm (1.89"), Length : 145 mm (5.71"), Height : 27 mm (1.06")
***** This is an average value. It may differ depending on individual product.
***** If [Lamp power] is set to [Normal] and the operating environment temperature exceeds 35°C(95 °F), [Lamp
power] may be changed to [Eco] automatically.
Appendix
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
ENGLISH - 113
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards
Specifications
Dimensions
<Unit : mm>
305.0(12.00")
379.0(14.92")
100.0(3.94") 7.0(0.27")
107.0(4.21")
64.4(2.54")
½½½ Actual dimension may differ by product.
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards
zz Installation work of the ceiling mount bracket should only be carried by a qualified technician.
zz Even if it is during guaranteed period, the manufacturer is not responsible for any hazard or damage caused
by using a ceiling mount bracket which is not purchased from an authorized distributors, or environmental
conditions.
zz Remove an unused ceiling mount bracket promptly.
zz Ensure to use a torque driver and do not use an electrical screwdriver or an impact screwdriver.
zz For details, see the work instruction manual packed together with the ceiling mount bracket.
zz The model Nos. of the accessories and the parts sold separately are subject to change without notice.
zz Make sure the screws on the ceiling mount kit cannot touch the metal parts materials (metallic lath, wire or
board) in the ceiling board. Otherwise it may result in fire hazard.
Appendix
114 - ENGLISH
Glossary
Descriptions
See
page
67
Access point
These are stations for relaying electromagnetic signals between computers
in a wireless LAN. When a computer is connected to an access point, it can
communicate through the network connected to the access point.
AD HOC
This is the mode in which computers communicate with each other directly,
rather than via access points.
67
AES
Next generation standard cryptography standardized by the National Institute of
Standards and Technology (NIST).
AES: Advanced Encryption Standard
67
Default Gateway
The devices that are used for different network standards from yours. Default
Gateway enables a connection with other network, by adjusting bilateral
differences such as communication protocols. If no gateway is specified for the
IP address of access destination, data will be sent to the host set as the default
gateway.
65
66
73
DHCP
Abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This function
automatically assigns IP addresses to the connected equipment. If a device with
the DHCP server function is present within a LAN, it automatically assigns IP
addresses to the connected equipment.
65
66
73
EAP
Abbreviation of PPP Extensible Authentication Protocol. An authentication
protocol extended from PPP, which is used for user authentication for remote
access. MD5, TLS, S/Key, etc. are supported as authentication methods. This
protocol is adopted by the wireless LAN authentication standard IEEE 802.1X,
and available methods include EAP-TLS/EAP-TTLS/EAP-LEAP/EAP-PEAP/
EAP-MD5.
68
EAP-FAST
Abbreviation of EAP-Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling. It is one of
the wireless authentication methods compatible with IEEE 802.1X. It does not
require digital authentication, but establishes a tunnel for the authentication
process using a secret key cryptosystem, and authenticates the tunnel mutually
to improve security. Cisco’s proprietary method.
68
EAP-TTLS
Abbreviation of EAP-Tunneled Transport Layer Security. It is one of the wireless
authentication methods compatible with IEEE 802.1X. It performs mutual
authentication with a digital certificate by the authentication server, and ID/
password by the client. A tunnel is established for the authentication process.
Developed by Func Software in the U.S.
68
GTC
(EAP-GTC)
Abbreviation of EAP-Generic Token Card. It is one of the wireless authentication
methods compatible with IEEE 802.1X. Authentication is performed with ID and
password. Password is acquired from a security token.
68
INFRASTRUCTURE This is the mode in which communications are performed via the access point.
(infrastructure
mode)
67
IP address
Internet Protocol (IP) is a protocol for distributing data, and the address
corresponding to the data distribution destination is called the IP address. The
same IP address cannot be used within the same LAN.
65
66
73
LAN
Abbreviation for Local Area Network. This is a network with a relatively narrow
range such as inside a company.
15
MAC address
Each network adapter has its own ID No.
A discrete ID No. is assigned to each and every network adapter around the
world. These IDs are used to exchange data between adapters. These IDs
are a combination of a discrete number managed and assigned by the IEEE to
each individual manufacturer and a unique number assigned to each individual
adapter by the manufacturer.
87
ENGLISH - 115
Appendix
Item
Glossary
Item
Descriptions
See
page
68
MD5
(EAP-MD5)
Abbreviation of EAP-Message digest algorithm 5. It is one of the wireless
authentication methods compatible with IEEE 802.1X. Authentication is
performed with ID and password. Password is sent encrypted with challenge &
response method.
MS-CHAPv2
(EAP-MS-CHAPv2)
Abbreviation of EAP-Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
v2. It is one of the wireless authentication methods compatible with IEEE
802.1X.It performs mutual authentication using a one-way encrypted password.
68
Open System/
OPEN
This is an authentication of wireless signals employing a public key
encryptosystem.
67
PEAP
Abbreviation for EAP-Protected EAP. It is one of the wireless authentication
methods compatible with IEEE 802.1X. It performs mutual authentication with a
digital certificate by the authentication server, and ID/password by the client.
68
RADIUS server
RADIUS is an abbreviation of Remote Access Dial In User authentication
Service, and it is a protocol used for authentication in various networks such as
wireless LAN. An authentication server compatible with the protocol is called a
RADIUS server.
The RADIUS server eliminates the need of registering user information
separately in each device even when there are multiple network devices, and
enables integrated management of multiple network devices and users.
68
Shared Key/
SHARED
This is a secret key encryptosystem for wireless signals in which authentication
is performed with a key pre-set in the WEP.
Other terms for this method, in which the same key is used for both encryption
and decryption, are “shared key encryptosystem” and “common key
encryptosystem”.
67
SSID
Abbreviation for Service Set ID. The SSID identification code must be set to
distinguish equipment included in a wireless LAN that uses access points from
equipment not included in that LAN.
This may appear as the “ESSID” or the “network name” for wireless LAN
adapters made by some manufacturers.
66
67
73
Subnet mask
This limits the range of the IP addresses assigned to computers in order to
divide the network into a number of sections during TCP/IP connection. The
value used to divide the network at this time is called the subnetmask.
65
66
73
TKIP
Abbreviation for Temporal Key Integrity Protocol.
This encryption protocol provides even greater security than WEP because it
changes the encryption key at fixed intervals.
67
WEP
Abbreviation for Wired Equivalent Privacy. This is a method for encrypting
communication data. The encryption key is created and notified only to the
communicating user, so the communication data cannot be decrypted by a third
party.
67
WPA-EAP
WPA2-EAP
Standard for the encryption method for wireless LAN. This is an encryption
method for corporations, and encryption is performed using the external server.
67
WPA-PSK
WPA2-PSK
This is a standard covering encryption methods used in wireless LAN.
It provides greater security than WEP, and has functions such as a user
authentication function and also TKIP (encryption protocol) which automatically
changes the encryption key at fixed intervals.
And this authentication requires no authentication server.
67
Appendix
116 - ENGLISH
Index
About Your Projector.......................19
Accessories.....................................17
Adjusting front adjustable feet.........28
Adjusting the position using the
vertical lens shift function.............28
Attaching the Lens Cap...................97
AUTO PC adjust..............................45
Auto setup.......................................56
AV MUTE.........................................39
B
Background.....................................57
Basic operations by using the remote
control..........................................36
Blackboard(Green)..........................48
Brightness.......................................49
C
Cautions on use..............................14
Cautions when installing..................12
Cautions when transporting.........7, 12
CD-ROM..........................................18
Ceiling.............................................54
Cinema............................................48
Closed caption.................................60
Color................................................49
Colorboard.......................................48
Color temp.......................................50
Computer System Selection............43
Connecting......................................29
Connecting the power cord.............30
Control panel...................................22
Custom............................................52
Custom adj......................................53
D
Daylight View...................................50
Digital zoom.....................................53
Direct on..........................................59
Direct Power Off function.................34
Display.............................................57
Dynamic..........................................48
E
Emulate...........................................62
F
Factory default.................................63
Fan..................................................61
Fan control......................................61
Filter counter...................................62
FREEZE..........................................38
Full...................................................52
G
Gamma............................................51
Glossary........................................ 115
H
HDMI setup.....................................58
How to adjust the state of the
image...........................................35
I
ID numbers......................................24
Image adjust....................................49
Image select....................................48
Information......................................64
Input menu......................................43
Input search.....................................56
Installing and Removing batteries...24
Iris....................................................49
K
Keystone...................................37, 53
L
LAMP indicator................................92
Lamp power.....................................60
Lamp unit.........................................95
Language........................................56
List of compatible signals..............108
Logo................................................57
M
Selecting the image.........................35
Serial terminal...............................103
Setting.............................................56
Setting the ID number.....................24
Setting up........................................25
Sharpness.......................................51
Sound..............................................55
Specifications................................ 112
Standard..........................................48
Standby mode.................................59
Sub menu........................................41
Switching the input signal................38
T
Terminal...........................................58
Tint...................................................49
Troubleshooting...............................98
True.................................................52
Turning Off the Projector.................34
Turning On the Projector.................32
Main menu.......................................41
Maintenance....................................93
Managing the indicated problems...92
Manual PC adjust............................46
Menu Navigation.............................40
Menu position..................................56
MIC..................................................55
Mute..........................................38, 55
Video delay control..........................62
Video System Selection...................43
Volume............................................55
N
W
Natural wide....................................52
Network...........................................65
Network connections.......................72
Noise reduction...............................51
Normal.............................................52
O
ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator.........31
Other terminals..............................106
U
USB terminal...................................58
V
WARNING indicator.........................92
Warning log.....................................63
Wide(16:9).......................................52
Wireless mouse...............................37
Z
Zoom...............................................52
P
PIN code..........................................33
Pointer.............................................58
Power management........................59
Precautions for Use.........................12
Progressive.....................................51
Projecting........................................35
Projection distance....................26, 27
Projection method...........................25
Projector body.................................21
P-timer.............................................59
R
Read this first!...................................2
Real.................................................48
Rear.................................................54
Rear terminals.................................23
Remote control..........................19, 60
Replacing the Lamp unit..................96
Replacing the unit............................93
Appendix
A
S
Screen.............................................52
Screen aspect.................................54
Screen size and throw distance......26
Security.....................................16, 61
ENGLISH - 117
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used
electrical and electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general household
waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please
take them to applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the
Directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources
and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could
otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact
your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the
items.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier
for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please
contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):
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.
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