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User’s Manual
Chapter 1 – Introduction --------------------- 1-3
1.1 About Your Pico Projector -------------------- 1
1.2 Safety Information ------------------------- 1-2
1.3 System Contents ---------------------------- 2-3
Chapter 2 – Installation ------------------- 4-9
Setting Up --------------------------------Connector Panel ---------------------------Connecting to Power Adaptor ---------------Presentation with Window CE ---------------Connecting to External Sources ------------Connecting to Micro SD Card ---------------Connecting to USB Host Port ---------------Connecting to USB Device Port --------------
Chapter 3 – Using the Pico Projector ------------------------- 10-11
3.1 Control Buttons ---------------------------- 10
3.2 LED Indicators ----------------------------- 11
Chapter 4 – Care and Maintenance -----------------------------11-12
4.1 Cleaning the Pico Projector Housing -------- 11
4.2 Cleaning the Projection Lens --------------- 12
4.3 Transporting the Pico Projector ------------ 12
Chapter 5 – Troubleshooting Guide ------------------------------ 12
Appendix 1 – Product Specifications for ML130 DLP
Pico Projector ----------------------------------------------------------------- 13
1. The appliance inlet of the power supply is the disconnector
from mains and must be anytime easily accessible.
The maximum noise level of the product is LPA≤70dB
(A) DIN 45635-19-01-KL2.
1. Der
Trennvorrichtung zum Versorgungsstromkreis und muß
jederzeit leicht zugänglich sein.
2. Max. Geräuschpegel: LPA≤70dB (A) DIN 45635-19-01-KL2.
FCC Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
Instruction to Use
This equipment generates and uses the radio-frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause interference to radio and television reception.
It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
class A computing device in accordance with the specifications
in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against such interference when
operated in a commercial environment. If this equipment does
cause interference to radio or television reception, the user
may try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
1. Reorient the receiving antenna for the radio or television.
2. Relocate the equipment with respect to the receiver.
3. Plug the equipment into a different outlet so the equipment
and receiver are on different branch circuits.
4. Fasten cables using mounting screws to ensure adequate
electromagnetic interference controls.
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Chapter 1
About Your DLP Pico Projector
The DLP Pico Projector is a convenient, versatile, state-of-the-art
presentation system. It is an effective and valuable tool for
projecting computer-generated video information or full motion video
signals onto a front or rear projection screen. The built-in Windows
CE Operating System allows playback of PDF, photos, Powerpoint and
various video files directly from the Pico Projector without the
need for external signal source. This, coupled with the rechargeable
battery, allows easy presentations on the fly. The Pico Projector
is an ideal companion to travelling executives, sales personnel
and anyone who wants to do presentations on the spot.
The following lists some of the specific features of the DLP Pico
Small & Simple to Operate
Built in Window CE OS
WVGA 854x480 resolution
50 Lumens brightness
1000 : 1 High contrast ratio
Battery operated
USB port for flash drives, wireless mouse, hard disk (self
Touch Mouse Pad for Easy Navigation
Built-in Speaker
Safety Information
Please read these instructions before using your Pico Projector.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in electric
shock, fire, personal injury or damage to your Pico Projector.
Power Source
Check the power specification plate on the back of the Pico Projector.
Ensure that your line voltage matches with the power adapter rating
of the Pico Projector. The Power Adaptor accepts AC power 100-240V,
50-60 Hz.
Power Adaptor
Use only the power adaptor supplied with the Pico Projector. Do
not use the power adaptor if it has become damaged or frayed. For
a replacement power adaptor, contact your authorized dealer.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power adaptor. Do not place
this projector where the adaptor may be abused by persons walking
on it.
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result
in the risk of fire or electric shock.
Liquid Spills
Do not set drinks or other liquids on top of the Pico Projector.
Do not place the Pico Projector near water, for example, near a
bathtub, washbowl, kitchen, sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement,
or near a swimming pool. Spilled liquids can flow inside the Pico
Projector and cause damage.
Do not disassemble the Pico Projector. Take it to an authorized
technical staff when service or repair work is required.
Technical Service
Please refer servicing to authorized technical staff under the
following conditions:
When the power adaptor or plug is damaged or frayed.
If liquid has been spilled into the Pico Projector.
If the Pico Projector has been exposed to rain or water.
If the Pico Projector does not operate normally by following
the operating instructions.
5. If the Pico Projector has been dropped or the cabinet has been
6. If the Pico Projector exhibits a distinct change in performance.
System Contents
Handle your DLP Pico Projector carefully as you remove it from the
packing box. The following items should be included in your package:1.
DLP Pico Projector
AC Power Adaptor
Adaptor Plugs for AC Adapter
AV Cable
VGA Cable
Quick Start Up Guide
Rechargeable battery
Check to make sure all parts are included in the shipping box.
If any are missing, contact your dealer immediately.
DLP Pico Projector
AC Power Adaptor
AV Cable
Quick Start
Up Guide
VGA Cable
Adaptor Plugs
Quick Start Up
Chapter 2
Left & Right
Click Buttons
Mouse Pad
LED Indicator
Focus Adjust Knob
Volume Button
On/Off Power Button
Source Button
Micro SD Card connector
Setting Up
1. Slide the battery door open & plug the battery connector to the
Pico projector, as indicated by the following sequence of photos.
The battery compartment was designed to accommodate different
batteries, and as sizes can vary, double sided adhesive tape
on the batteries can be used to hold it in place.
2. Insert the battery to the battery compartment.
3. The battery needs to be charged 6-8 hours the first time it is
used. Plug the Power Adaptor to the DLP Pico Projector.
4. Slide the On/Off side button, hold it for one second then release
it to start the DLP Pico Projector. The Projector will take about
10 seconds to initialize. Thereafter the Windows CE Screen will
be projected.
5. Place the Projector at a suitable distance so the image size
is around 20” to 40” diagonal
6. Turn the Focus Knob to bring the image into focus.
7. Navigate the Mouse Cursor with the built-in Mouse Touch Pad to
operate the projector using the internal Windows CE system.
8. External signal source can also be played through the projector
using the AV and VGA cables supplied. Bring up the SOURCE SELECT
window and tap on VGA or CVBS(composite video). To change the
input source, push the “Source” button to cycle through the
different connections (note : selecting a source without the
required electrical signal connection will result in a blank
or random image being projected)
9. The default brightness is Standard Brightness. Lower Brightness
to extend battery life or Enhanced Brightness to suit the
presentation environment can be selected on the MODE SELECT
Always use the power adaptor that was shipped with the Pico
Projector. The adaptor accepts power 100-240V 50-60 Hz. Check
to ensure that the main voltage is within the range on the
rating plate on the rear of the projector. When disconnecting
the Pico Projector, always remove the power adaptor from
the power source first, then from the Pico Projector
Connector Panel
This illustration shows the connector panel on your DLP Pico
Projector. Refer to this figure when connecting the DLP Pico
Connecting to Power Adaptor
When adapter is plugged into the unit the battery starts to charge.
The battery can also be charged via the device USB port (only when
the unit is in the off state)
Presentation with Window CE
1. (a) For PDF, WORD, EXCEL or PPT simply select and open the
presentation file.
(b) To play video files, open TCMOVIE. Select source, either
NAND or microSD (for current build files must reside in the MOVIE
© To display photos, open TCPHOTO. Select source, either NAND
or microSD (for current build files must reside in the PHOTO
Please note : the media players are continuously being updated,
please enquire for most up to date versions.
Connecting to External Sources
1. Power up the Pico Projector.
2. Bring up the MODE SELECT window.
3. (a) Computer : Plug the 15pin VGA connector to the computer and
the connector on the other end of the cable to the Pico AV/VGA
input. Set computer output options (resolution : 800x600 or
1024x768, output : mirror, extended or external). In the MODE
SELECT window select the corresponding output options from the
computer, the projected image should be the select output option
of the computer.
(b) CVBS(composite video) : Connect the RCA plugs to the
corresponding outputs of the video source. Select the CVBS option
on the MODE SELECT window. The projected image should be same
as output from the video source.
(c) AUDIO OUT : Connect a self-powered Audio Speaker to the AUDIO
OUT port to enjoy louder sound output. The sound volume can be
adjusted on the WIN CE screen or via the VOLUME CONTROL BUTTON.
Connecting to Micro SD Card
1. Insert MICRO SD card into the card slot.
2. Open MY DEVICE, the storage card icon should be displayed and
use as an external drive for storing files.
Connecting to USB Host Port
1. Connect USB Flash Drives or self-powered Hard Disk to expand
the memory of the Pico Projector. The Pico Projector will
automatically detect these external memory devices and the icon
can be found by opening MY DEVICE.
2. Peripheral devices such as Wireless Mouse, Presentation
Controllers, USB keyboard etc. can also be connected to this
port to expand the ease of use and functionality of the Pico
Connecting to USB Device Port
Connect the USB port on PC to USB Device Port via standard USB cable
with mini B connector (not included). The Pico Projector will show
as external memory device on the PC. You can retrieve or download
files from your PC as you would do for external memory devices.
Chapter 3
Using the DLP Pico Projector
Control Buttons
The following describes the control buttons on the Pico Projector
On/Off Switch
Slide the On/Off switch and hold for 1 second then
release to turn on the Pico Projector.
Slide the On/Off switch in the same way to turn off
the Projector.
On Desktop open MODE SEL to bring up the setup menu.
Select the desired source input. To jump to a different
input source press the SOURCE button to select the
internal Window CE or external input signal.
Press the “Vol.” button to control the volume of the
Pico Projector. The volume will first increase and
when it reaches the maximum volume, the sound volume
will start decreasing.
Focus Knob
To adjust the image focus.
Mouse Pad
To control the mouse function under Window CE.
Left & Right
Left & Right click function of the mouse under Window
CE Click Button
LED Indicators
power adapter plugged in and battery charging
Red + blue
power adapter plugged in, battery charging and Pico
Projectors switched on
battery fully charged (it is advisable to disconnect
the adapter when battery is fully charged)
Infra-red receiver for remote control (Option used
with DVB-T adapter)
Antenna connection (Option for DVB-T version)
Chapter 4
Care and Maintenance
The information in this chapter describes how to care for and prevent
accidental damage to your Pico Projector. You should treat your
Pico Projector with the same care you would give to any other valuable
Cleaning the Pico Projector Housing
DO NOT try to service the Pico Projector. Refer all Pico Projector
servicing to your dealer. Failure to do so can result in serious
personnel injury or damage to the Pico Projector.
DO NOT clean the housing with organic solvents, such as those
containing acetone. Wipe the exterior of the housing with a soft,
damp cloth. Protect the Pico Projector from rain, snow or extreme
Cleaning the Projection Lens
To clean the projection lens:
Use a cotton-bud stick to gently wipe dust or oil from the projection
lens surface. Also, do not use abrasive cleaners, solvents, or other
harsh chemicals that might scratch the lens.
Transporting the Pico Projector
The DLP Pico Projector is a highly sophisticated piece of electronic
equipment that is sensitive to impact, excessive heat, cold and
humidity. When transporting the Pico Projector, use a protective
bag or use the original packing carton to minimize shock and impact.
Store and transport the Pico Projector at temperature between 0
and 140 degrees Fahrenheit (-17 to 60 degrees Centigrade). Avoid
storage in automobiles during seasonal temperature extremes.
Automobile interior temperatures can exceed 160 degree Fahrenheit
(70 degrees Centigrade) in summer. If the Pico Projector has been
exposed to extremely hot, cold or humid conditions, allow it to
stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before use. Extended use
of the Pico in high temperature environments may cause a reduction
in brightness of the projected image.
Chapter 5
Troubleshooting Guide
If you are having a problem operating the Pico Projector, first
make sure you have set it up according to the instructions in Chapter
3. You should also check the adjustments and the INPUT connections.
Verify that all power is switched on. Before calling for service,
check the troubleshooting suggestions in this chapter.
The Mouse Cursor does not move: Battery remaining power too low
There is no sound from speaker: Check that the AV cable is connected
into the AV connectors on the rear
Abnormal image color and flicker: Recharge battery or use AC-DC
Appendix 1
Product Specifications for
ML130 DLP Pico Projector
Product Specification
Display Technology
DLP Technology
Light Source
WVGA (854 x 480 pixels)
Brightness (Typical)
50 Lumens
Contrast Ratio
1000 : 1
Built in
Window CE capable of playing pdf, powerpoint,
Excel, Word directly for presentation without
connecting to PC
Rechargable Battery
Battery capable of running at standard brightness for
60 min.
Touch Pad Control
For navigating the cursor for Window control
External Connection
USB device, VGA in, AV in & Audio out, USB host
Dimensions / Weight
75 (W) x 142 (L) x 28mm (H) / 250g
Power Consumption
<15W (pico projector only)
Built-in Memory
2 GB
Max SD-memory support
16 GB
USB 1.1 Host
USB flashdrives, USB harddisks (externally powered),
keyboard, mouse
Optional extras
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