Epson PowerLite 7200 Specifications

EPSON PowerLite 5300/7200/7300 Projector
infrared receiver
PowerLite 5300: SVGA, 800 × 600 pixels
PowerLite 7200/7300: XGA, 1024 × 768
pixels
Resolution
status lights
control panel
infrared
receiver
power light
Color
reproduction
foot adjust
lever
foot adjust lever
adjustable
feet
Brightness
PowerLite 5300/7300: 1200 lumens (ANSI)
PowerLite 7200: 1000 lumens (ANSI)
Image size
30 to 300 inches (at 3.9 to 40.6 feet
distance), Tele angle
23 to 230 inches (at 5.1 to 54 feet
distance), Wide angle
Projection
distance
3.9 to 54.7 feet (1.2 to 16.7 meters)
Projection
methods
Front, rear, upside-down (ceiling mount)
Internal speaker
system
Mouse/Com 2
Repeater
Computer Out
Audio Out
Computer 2
Audio 2
Optical aspect
ratio
Audio 1
Mouse/Com 1
1
24 bit, 16.7 million colors
3 × 3 W stereo output
2 × 3 W 8 (ohm) speakers
PowerLite 5300/7300: 4:3 (horiz.:vertical)
PowerLite 7200: 5:4 (SVGA); 4:3 (VGA,
SVGA, XGA); 16:9 (wide screen video)
Zoom ratio
1:1.3
Tilt angle
0° to 12°
Supported video
interface standards NTSC, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM
Projection Lamp
power inlet
S-Video
BNC HD/Sync VD
Video L-Audio-R
R/R-Y G/Y G Sync B/B-Y
Computer 1
UHE (Ultra High Efficiency)
Power
consumption
120 W
Lamp life
2000 hours at 50% brightness
Part number
ELPLP05
Remote Control
Projector Specifications
Range
32.8 feet (10 meters)
Batteries
Alkaline AA (2)
Mouse Compatibility
Supports PS/2, serial, ADB
General
Type of display
Type
Repeater Interface
Poly-silicon Thin Film Transistor (TFT);
PowerLite 5300 and 7300 models have a
Micro Lens Array (MLA) built in
Size of liquid
crystal panels
Diagonal: 1.3 inches (33.6 mm)
Lens
F=2.0–2.3, f=55–72 mm
Supports Xantech® IR repeaters,
3.5 mm stereo mini-jack
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Mechanical
Projector Placement Guidelines
Height
5.1 inches (130 mm), including feet
Width
11.8 inches (300 mm)
Depth
14.3 inches (363 mm), including lens
Weight
13.8 lb (6.2 kg)
To get the best results when projecting your images, it is
important to position the projector at the proper height and
distance relative to the screen.
When projecting from a table or desk, place the projector so
the lens is aligned as closely as possible with the bottom of
your screen:
Electrical
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz
Power supply
100 to 120 VAC, 2.4 A
200 to 240 VAC, 1.2 A
Power
consumption
Operating: 200 W
Standby: 8.4 W
Environmental
Temperature
Operating: 41 to 104° F (5 to 40° C),
non-condensing
Storage: 14 to 140° F (–10 to 60° C),
non-condensing
Humidity
Operating: 20 to 80% RH,
non-condensing
When projecting from the ceiling, align the lens as closely as
possible with the top of your screen:
Storage: 10 to 90% RH,
non-condensing
Safety
United States
FCC Part 15J Class B
UL1950 Rev. 3
Canada
DOC SOR/88-475
CSA C22.2 No. 950 Rev. 3
Supported Monitor Displays
Here are the display formats supported by the projector:
Computer type
Formats
Resolutions
IBM PC and
IBM PC compatible
EGA, VGA EGA
VGA CGA
VGA60, VESA
VGA Text
VGA Text
SVGA
XGA
SXGA
SXGA
SXGA
640 × 350
640 × 400
640 × 480
720 × 350
720 × 400
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1152 × 864
1280 × 960
1280 × 1024
Apple Macintosh
Standard 8- and
24-bit color monitor
640 × 480
832 × 624
1024 × 768
1152 × 870
TV
NTSC,
PAL, SECAM
Calculating Image Size and Projection
Distance
The distance between the projector and the screen determines
the actual image size. To determine the exact distance required
for a particular image size (or to determine the size of an image
at a particular distance), use the following formulas.
(Remember that the size of the image can be changed by
rotating the zoom ring.)
To determine the minimum and maximum diagonal size of an
image when you know the projection distance:
❏ Inches:
Maximum diagonal size = (0.6124 × projection distance) + 1.5264
Minimum diagonal size = (0.4556 × projection distance) + 1.1410
640 × 480
768 × 618
❏ Centimeters:
Maximum diagonal size = (0.6124 × projection distance) + 3.8771
Minimum diagonal size = (0.4556 × projection distance) + 2.8981
Note: The frequencies of some computers may not allow the image
to be displayed correctly.
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To determine the projection distance when you know the
diagonal size of the screen image:
Projector Status Lights
❏ Inches:
Maximum projection distance = (2.1949 × diagonal size) − 2.5044
Minimum projection distance = (1.6328 × diagonal size) − 2.4923
The status lights on top of the projector tell you the
projector’s operating status.
❏ Centimeters:
Maximum projection distance = (2.1949 × diagonal size) − 6.3612
Minimum projection distance = (1.6328 × diagonal size) − 6.3304
power light
temperature light
projection lamp light
For example, here are the measurements for three installations:
Image size
(diagonal)
Horizontal distance from projector
to screen
Minimum
Maximum
300 inches* (762 cm) 487.3 inches (12.4 m) 656.0 inches (16.7 m)
200 inches (508 cm)
324.1 inches (8.2 m) 436.5 inches (11.1 m)
Caution: A red light warns you if a serious problem occurs.
100 inches (254 cm)
160.8 inches (4.1 m) 217.1 inches (5.5 m)
Power Light
* For an image size of 300 inches, the projector may be up to 54 feet
away from the screen, depending on the setting of the zoom ring.
Light status
Meaning
Steady orange
Sleep mode. (The projector is plugged in, but not
projecting.)
Long Throw Zoom Lens Calculations
Steady green
Power and lamp are on.
If you are using the optional long throw zoom lens, use the
following formulas instead:
Flashing green
The projector is warming up. Allow about 30 seconds.
Flashing orange
The projector is cooling down.
To determine the minimum and maximum diagonal size of an
image when you know the projection distance:
Off
The power cord is not plugged in or there is an internal
projector problem.
❏ Inches:
Maximum diagonal size = (0.4742 × projection distance) + 3.2489
Minimum diagonal size = (0.2849 × projection distance) + 1.8968
Projection Lamp Light
Light status
Meaning
❏ Centimeters:
Maximum diagonal size = (1.2045 × projection distance) + 8.2521
Minimum diagonal size = (0.7236 × projection distance) + 4.8179
Orange and
red flashing
alternately
Lamp timer has exceeded 1900 hours. Projection lamp
needs replacing.
Steady red
Projection lamp has burned out. Replace lamp.
To determine the projection distance when you know the
diagonal size of the screen image:
Flashing red
Problem with projection lamp or lamp power supply.
Off
Lamp is functioning normally.
❏ Inches:
Maximum projection distance = (3.5094 × diagonal size) − 6.6568
Minimum projection distance = (2.1090 × diagonal size) − 6.8519
Temperature Light
❏ Centimeters:
Maximum projection distance = (8.9139 × diagonal size) − 16.9083
Minimum projection distance = (5.3569 × diagonal size) − 17.4038
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Light status
Meaning
Flashing orange
Projector is too hot.
Steady red
Projector has turned off automatically because of
overheating.
Flashing red
Problem with the cooling fan or temperature sensor,
generating an overheat condition.
Off
The projector is functioning normally.
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Using the Remote Control
pointer
button
top
multi-purpose
button
bottom
multi-purpose
button
Button
Function
Resize
Switches the display dot mode and resize mode for VGA,
SVGA, XGA, and SXGA input (for resolutions that do not
match the projector’s output).
Custom
Accesses Custom menu functions (Zoom, Preview, and
Strobe).
Freeze
Keeps the current computer or video image on the
screen.
Mute
Turns off audio.
– Volume +
Adjusts the volume.
Power
Starts or stops the projector.
Using the Control Panel
The remote control uses a line-of-sight infrared signal. To use
the remote control, point it towards one of the infrared
receivers located at the front and back of the projector. You
can use the remote control up to about 32 feet (10 meters)
from the projector. (This distance may be shorter if the remote
control batteries are low.) You must also be within a ± 30°
angle from the front or rear receiver.
Enter button
Note: The projector may not respond to remote control commands
in these conditions: ambient light is too bright; a certain type of
fluorescent light is present; a strong light source (such as direct
sunlight) shines into the infrared receiver; or other equipment
emitting infrared energy is present (such as a radiant room
heater). Correct these conditions to use the remote control or
control the projector from a computer.
You can use the control panel to control the projector instead
of the remote control. However, you can program and access
the custom features only with the remote control. The
following table summarizes the functions on the control panel.
Button
This table summarizes the functions on the remote control.
Button
Function
Menu
Displays or hides the menu.
Source
Switches between Computer 1 and Computer 2, and
from video to computer. (When the Computer 2 BNC
switch on the back of the projector is set to BNC, the
source is switched to 5BNC.)
Pointer button
Use the pointer button to navigate the menus or use the
remote as a mouse pointer when the projector is
connected to the computer with the main cable and the
mouse cable.
Effects buttons
Use to display special effects assigned using the ELP
Link III software.
Top
multi-purpose
button
Acts as a right mouse click, registers a menu selection,
and selects other custom functions.
Bottom
multi-purpose
button
Acts as a left mouse click, registers a menu selection,
and selects other custom functions.
Blank
Clears the screen and switches to a blue or black
display, or a user logo.
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Function
Power
Starts or stops projection.
Source
Switches between Computer 1 and Computer 2, and
from video to computer. (When the Computer 2 BNC
switch on the back of the projector is set to BNC, the
source is switched to 5BNC.)
Menu
Displays or hides the menu.
Up, down arrows
(Sync+/Sync−)
Synchronizes the computer’s graphic signal.
Use these buttons to adjust an image that is fuzzy or
streaked, or to select menu items.
Left, right arrows
(Tracking−/
Tracking+)
Matches the projector’s internal clock to various
computer graphic signals (tracking adjustment).
Use these buttons to adjust an image with vertical
fuzzy lines, or to change numeric settings.
Enter
Executes a menu selection.
Resize
Switches the display dot mode and resize mode for
VGA, SVGA, XGA, and SXGA input (for resolutions
that do not match the projector’s output).
Mute
Turns off audio.
– Volume +
Adjusts the volume.
Blank
Clears the screen and switches to a blue or black
display, or a user logo.
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3. Pull up on the filter cover tab to release the filter cover.
Remove the cover.
Computer 1 and 2 and Computer Out
Connector Pin Assignments
The Computer 1 and 2 and Computer Out connectors are
female video RGB, 15-pin micro-D-style connectors. The pin
assignments are:
Input
pin
Computer Out
connector signals
Computer 1 and 2
connector signals
1
Red out / red video
Red video
2
Green out / green video
Green video
3
Blue out / blue video
Blue video
4
Reserved
Monitor (ID bit 2)
5
GND
GND
6
GND
Red video GND
7
GND
Green video GND
8
GND
Blue video GND
9
Reserved
+5 V
10
GND
Synchronous GND
11
Reserved
Monitor (ID bit 0)
12
Reserved
SDA
13
Horizontal sync
Horizontal sync
14
Vertical sync
Vertical sync
15
Vertical sync
Reserved
4. The filter is attached to the inside of the filter cover. It is
recommended that you use a small vacuum cleaner designed
for computers and other office equipment to clean the filter.
If you don’t have one, use a dry, lint-free cloth.
If the dirt is difficult to remove or the filter is torn, replace it.
5. Replace the filter cover when you’re done. Insert the tabs,
then press down.
Replacing the Lamp
Cleaning the Air Filter
The projector lamp typically lasts for about 2000 hours of use.
It is time to replace the lamp when:
Clean the air filter at the bottom of the projector after every
100 hours of use. If it is not cleaned periodically, it can
become clogged with dust, preventing proper ventilation. This
can cause overheating and damage the projector. To clean the
air filter, follow these steps:
❏ The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate.
❏ The projection lamp indicator is either red, or flashing
orange and red alternately.
❏ The message LAMP REPLACE appears on the screen when
the projector lamp comes on.
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cable.
2. Turn the projector on its side so that the handle is on top
and you can access the filter easily.
Warning: Let the lamp cool before replacing it. Also, do not
touch the glass portion of the lamp assembly. Touching the glass
portion of the lamp will result in premature lamp failure.
Note: Standing the projector with the handle at the top keeps
dust from getting inside the projector housing.
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cable.
2. Turn the projector over so you can access the lamp cover.
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3. Use a screwdriver, coin, or similar object to loosen the two
retaining screws on the lamp cover. When the screws are
loose, lift off the lamp cover. (You cannot remove these
screws from the cover.)
Information Reference List
Engineering Change Notices
None.
Technical Information Bulletins
None.
Product Support Bulletins
None.
Related Documentation
4. Use a screwdriver, coin, or similar object to loosen the two
screws holding the lamp unit in position. (You cannot
remove these screws.)
5. Lift up the handle and pull out the lamp unit.
6. Gently insert the new lamp unit by lowering it into position.
Make sure it’s inserted securely. Tighten the screws on the
new lamp unit.
7. Replace the lamp cover and tighten the cover screws. (Make
sure the lamp cover is securely fastened. The projector turns
itself off if the lamp cover is open.)
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