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Sharp XG-NV6XM Specifications
Important
Information
OPERATION MANUAL
Setup & Connections
Operation
Useful Features
XG-NV6XM
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
MODEL
LCD PROJECTOR
Appendix
Before using the LCD projector, please read this operation manual carefully.
Important
Information
OPERATION MANUAL
ENGLISH
IMPORTANT
For your assistance in reporting the loss or theft of your
Colour LCD Projector, please record the Serial Number
located on the bottom of the projector and retain this
information. Before recycling the packaging, please be
sure that you have checked the contents of the carton
thoroughly against the list of “Supplied Accessories”
on page 10.
Model No.: XG-NV6XM
Serial No.:
WARNING:
Intense light source. Do not look into the beam or view it directly. Be especially careful
that children do not look directly into the beam.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to liquids.
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cabinet. No user-serviceable parts
are inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
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Important Safeguards
For your own protection and prolonged operation of your LCD Projector, be sure to read the following “Important
Safeguards” carefully, before use.
This projector has been engineered and manufactured to ensure your personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN
RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARDS. In order not to defeat the safeguards
incorporated into this LCD Projector, observe the following basic rules for its installation, use and servicing.
1. Unplug the LCD Projector from the wall outlet before
cleaning.
2. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
3. Do not use attachments not recommended by the LCD
Projector manufacturer, as they may cause hazards.
4. Do not use the LCD Projector near water; for example,
near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a
wet basement, near a swimming pool, etc. Never spill
liquid into the projector.
5. Do not place the LCD Projector on an unstable cart, stand,
or table. The LCD Projector may fall, which may cause
serious injury to a child or an adult, and/or serious damage
to the unit.
6. Wall or Ceiling Mounting—The product should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by
the manufacturer.
7. LCD Projector equipment and cart
combinations should be moved
with care. Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven surfaces may
cause the equipment and cart
combination to overturn.
8. Slots and openings in the cabinet back and bottom are
provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of
the LCD Projector and to protect it from overheating, these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings
should never be covered with cloth or other material.
9. This LCD Projector should never be placed near or over
a radiator or heating vent. The LCD Projector should not
be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase
unless proper ventilation is provided.
10. The LCD Projector should be operated only from the type
of power source indicated on the back of the projector or
in the specifications. If you are not sure of the type of
power supplied to your home, consult your LCD Projector
dealer or local power company.
11. Do not place the LCD Projector where the cord will be
abused by persons walking on it.
12. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the LCD
Projector.
13. To prevent damage to the projector due to lightning and
power-line surges, unplug the projector from the power
outlet, when not in use.
14. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords with too
many products, because this can result in fire or electric
shock.
15. Never push objects of any kind into the LCD Projector
through the cabinet slots as they may touch high-voltage
points or cause a short circuit. This could result in a fire
or electric shock.
16. Do not attempt to service the LCD Projector yourself.
Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Important
Information
ATTENTION: Please read all of these instructions before you operate your LCD Projector
for the first time. Save these instructions for future reference.
17. Unplug the LCD Projector equipment from the wall outlet
and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions:
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the LCD Projector.
c. If the LCD Projector has been exposed to rain or
water.
d. If the LCD Projector does not operate normally
when you follow the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions, as improper adjustment of other
controls may cause damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the LCD Projector to normal operation.
e. If the LCD Projector has been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the LCD Projector exhibits a distinct change
in performance—this indicates a need for service.
18. When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by
the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as
the original parts. Unauthorised substitutions may result
in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
19. This LCD Projector is provided with one of the following
types of plugs. If the plug should fail to fit into the power
outlet, please contact your electrician.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the plug.
a. Two-wire type mains plug.
b. Three-wire grounding type mains plug with a
grounding terminal.
This plug will only fit into a grounding type power
outlet.
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Outstanding Features
Important
Information
1. ADVANCED COMPATIBILITY WITH HIGH-END WORKSTATIONS
AND PCS
Compatible with up to 200 Hz vertical refresh rate, Sync on Green and Composite Sync signals
for use with a wide variety of high-end PCs and Workstations. (Page 11)
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2. FOR USE WITH DTV*
Allows projection of DTV images and 16:9 wide-screen images when connected to a DTV decoder
or similar video systems. (Page 13)
3. BNC TERMINALS FOR COMPONENT AND RGB INPUT
Equipped with BNC terminals for connection to a DTV decoder, DVD player and similar video systems for higher quality
images. An RCA adaptor can also be used with the BNC terminals. (Page 13)
4. 3-D Y/C DIGITAL COMB FILTER
Provides high quality images with minimal dot crawl and cross colour noise.
5. POWER ZOOM AND FOCUS FUNCTION
Features a 130% power zoom function that allows you to easily adjust the screen size with the
remote control. Use these functions when adjusting the projection distance to achieve a 102- to
762-cm (40- to 300-inch) screen size. (Page 19)
6. DIGITAL KEYSTONE CORRECTION
Digitally adjusts an image that is projected at an angle while maintaining image quality and
brightness. (Page 19)
7. EASY-TO-USE GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE (GUI)
A multi-colour, icon based menu system allows for simple image adjustments. (Page 23)
8. USER-FRIENDLY DESIGN
The two-colour design along with an intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI) makes this projector
very easy to set up and adjust.
9. WIRELESS PRESENTATIONS WITH IrCOM
The IrCOM function allows for wireless transmission of digital images via infrared
communication from a PC or digital camera. (Page 25)
10. AUTO SYNC TECHNOLOGY FOR AUTOMATIC IMAGE
PERFECTION
Automatically makes any necessary adjustments for perfectly synced computer images.
(Page 29)
11. INTELLIGENT COMPRESSION AND EXPANSION
By using intelligent resizing technology, this projector can display higher and lower resolution images in detail without
compromising quality. (Page 36)
12. XGA RESOLUTION FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PRESENTATIONS
With XGA (1,024 768) resolution, this projector can display very detailed presentation information.
13. UXGA COMPATIBLE
UXGA (1,600 1,200) resolution images are intelligently resized to 1,024 768 for full-screen or default presentations.
14. CUSTOMISABLE STARTUP SCREEN
Allows you to load a custom startup image (i.e. your company logo) to be displayed while the projector is warming up.
(Page 41)
15. BUILT-IN PRESENTATION TOOLS
A variety of helpful presentation utilities are incorporated to enhance presentations. These include “Stamp” functions, “Break
Timer”, and “Digital Enlarge”. (Page 43)
*DTV is the umbrella term used to describe the new digital television system in the united states.
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Contents
Important Safeguards ……………………………
Outstanding Features ……………………………
Contents ……………………………………………
Usage Guidelines …………………………………
How to Access the PDF Operation Manuals
(for Windows and Macintosh) ………………
Part Names …………………………………………
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
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3
4
5
6
7
Setting up the Projector ………………………… 10
1. Supplied Accessories ……………………… 10
2. Connecting the Projector …………………… 11
Operation
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18
21
Appendix
Optional Lenses ……………………………………
Transporting the Projector ………………………
Connection Pin Assignments ……………………
RS-232C Port Specifications ……………………
Wired Remote Control Terminal
Specifications …………………………………
Input Signals (Recommended Timing) …………
Specifications ………………………………………
Dimensions …………………………………………
Guide to Effective Presentations ………………
Glossary ……………………………………………
Index …………………………………………………
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Operation
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Useful Features
Basic Operations …………………………………
1. Turning on/off the Power ……………………
2. Setting up the Screen ………………………
3. Operating the Wireless Mouse from the
Remote Control ………………………………
Using the GUI (Graphical User Interface)
Menu Screens …………………………………
Using IrCOM for Wireless Presentations ………
Selecting the On-screen Display Language …
Selecting the Video Input System Mode
(VIDEO mode only) ……………………………
Picture Adjustments ………………………………
Audio Adjustments ………………………………
Computer Image Adjustments …………………
Auto Sync Adjustment …………………………
Auto Sync Display Function ……………………
Saving and Selecting Adjustment Settings …
Special Mode Adjustment ……………………
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Setup & Connections
Setup & Connections
Air Filter Maintenance ……………………………
Lamp/Maintenance Indicators …………………
Using the Kensington Lock ……………………
Troubleshooting ……………………………………
Important
Information
Important Information
Useful Features
Appendix
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Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Freeze Function ……………………………………
Digital Image Magnification ……………………
Gamma Correction ………………………………
Selecting the Picture Display Mode ……………
Black Screen Function ……………………………
On-screen Display Override Function …………
Selecting the Economy Mode ……………………
I/P Conversion ……………………………………
Checking the Lamp Usage Time ………………
Selecting the Signal Type ………………………
Checking the Input Signal ………………………
Setting a Background Image ……………………
Selecting a Startup Image ………………………
Reverse/Invert Image Function …………………
Using the Presentation Tools ……………………
Status Function ……………………………………
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Usage Guidelines
Important
Information
Cautions Concerning the Laser Pointer
The laser pointer on the remote control emits a laser beam from the laser
pointer window. This is a Class II laser which may impair your sight if directed
into the eyes. The two marks shown on the left are caution labels for the laser
beam.
• Do not look into the laser pointer window or shine the laser beam on yourself or
others. (The laser beam used in this product is harmless when directed onto
the skin. However, be careful not to project the beam directly into the eyes.)
• Always use the laser pointer at temperatures between 5°C and 40°C.
• Use of controls or adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Laser pointer
window
Cautions Concerning the Setup of the Projector
40˚C
5˚C
For minimal servicing and to maintain high image quality, SHARP recommends
that this projector be installed in an area free from humidity, dust and cigarette
smoke. If the projector is used in these environments, the lens and filter will
need to be cleaned (or the filter replaced) more often, and internal cleaning
may become necessary. As long as the projector is regularly cleaned, use in
these environments will not reduce the overall operation life of the unit. Internal
cleaning should only be performed by an Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD
Products Dealer or Service Centre.
Notes on Operation
• The exhaust vent, the lamp cage cover and adjacent areas may be extremely
hot during projector operation. To prevent injury, do not touch these areas until
they have sufficiently cooled.
• Allow at least 10 cm of space between the cooling fan (exhaust vent) and the
nearest wall or obstruction.
• If the cooling fan becomes obstructed, a protection device will automatically
turn off the projector lamp. This does not indicate a malfunction. Remove the
projector power cord from the wall outlet and wait at least 10 minutes. Then
turn on the power by plugging the power cord back in. This will return the
projector to the normal operating condition.
Temperature Monitor Function
If the projector starts to overheat due to setup problems or a dirty air filter, “TEMP.”
and “ ” will flash in the lower-left corner of the picture. If the temperature continues
to rise, the lamp will turn off, the TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator on the
projector will flash, and after a 90-second cooling-off period the power will shut
off. Refer to “Lamp/Maintenance Indicators” on page 47, for details.
• The cooling fan regulates the internal temperature, and its performance is
automatically controlled. The sound of the fan may change during projector
operation due to changes in the fan speed.
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How to Access the PDF Operation Manuals (for Windows and Macintosh)
Important
Information
PDF operation manuals in all languages are included in the CD-ROM. To utilise these manuals, you need to install
Adobe Acrobat Reader on your PC (Windows or Macintosh). If you have not installed Acrobat Reader yet, you can
download it from the Internet (http://www.adobe.com) or install it from the CD-ROM.
To Install Acrobat Reader from the CD-ROM
For Windows:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
Double click on the “My Computer” icon.
Double click on the “CD-ROM” drive.
Double click on the “manuals” folder.
Double click on the “acrobat” folder.
Double click on the “windows” folder.
Double click on the desired installation
programme and follow the instructions on the
screen.
For Macintosh:
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2
3
4
5
6
Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
Double click on the “CD-ROM” icon.
Double click on the “manuals” folder.
Double click on the “acrobat” folder.
Double click on the “mac” folder.
Double click on the desired installation
programme and follow the instructions on the
screen.
For other operating systems:
Please download Acrobat Reader from the Internet (http://www.adobe.com).
For other languages:
If you prefer using Acrobat Reader for languages other than those included in the CD-ROM, please download the appropriate
version from the Internet.
Accessing the PDF Manuals
For Windows:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
Double click on the “My Computer” icon.
Double click on the “CD-ROM” drive.
Double click on the “manuals” folder.
Double click on the “xg-nv6xm” folder.
Double click on the language (name of the folder)
that you want to view.
7 Double click on the “nv6” pdf file to access the
projector manuals.
Double click on the “saps” pdf file to access the
Sharp Advanced Presentation Software manual.
8 Double click on the pdf file.
For Macintosh:
1
2
3
4
5
Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
Double click on the “CD-ROM” icon.
Double click on the “manuals” folder.
Double click on the “xg-nv6xm” folder.
Double click on the language (name of the folder)
that you want to view.
6 Double click on the “nv6” pdf file to access the
projector manuals.
Double click on the “saps” pdf file to access the
Sharp Advanced Presentation Software manual.
7 Double click on the pdf file.
• If the desired pdf file cannot be opened by double clicking the mouse, please start Acrobat Reader first, then specify the
desired file using the “File”, “Open” menu.
• See the “readme.txt” file on the CD-ROM for important information on the CD-ROM not included in this operation manual.
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Part Names
Important
Information
Numbers next to the part names refer to the main pages in this manual where the topic is explained.
Projector
MUTE button
17
47
LAMP REPLACEMENT
indicator
POWER indicator
16
47
TEMPERATURE WARNING
indicator
POWER buttons (ON/OFF)
17
17
VOLUME buttons (/)
LENS button
19
23
MENU button
INPUT button
17
25
IrCOM button
FREEZE button
33
29
AUTO SYNC button
ENLARGE button
34
36
RESIZE button
UNDO button
19
35
GAMMA button
ADJUSTMENT buttons
(∂ /ƒ/ß / ©)
23
23
ENTER button
Speakers
5
Cooling fan (Exhaust vent)
25
IrCOM sensors
46
Air filter/Cooling fan (Intake vent)
21
Remote control sensor
21
Remote control sensor
46
Cooling fan (Intake vent)
48
Kensington Security Standard
connector
49
Carrying handle
AUDIO INPUT 1 terminal
(3.5 mm stereo minijack) 11
11
INPUT 2 port (HD 15)
INPUT 1 port (HD 15) 11
11
15 pin/BNC switch 11
12
AUDIO INPUT 2 terminal
(3.5 mm stereo minijack)
INPUT 1 terminals: BNC (R
(PR), G/G sync (Y), B (PB), HD
(C sync), VD)
Front and Top View
Foot releases
19
Side and Rear View
VIDEO INPUT terminal: RCA 13
7
OUTPUT port (HD 15)
AUDIO INPUT terminals: RCA 13
14
AUDIO OUTPUT terminal
(3.5 mm stereo minijack)
RS-232C port
(9-pin Mini DIN) 14
11
AC socket
WIRED REMOTE
22
control input terminal
13
S-VIDEO INPUT terminal: 4 pin
Mini DIN
Part Names
Front View
MUTE button
Important
Information
Remote Control
Top View
Remote control
signal transmitter
17
POWER buttons
17
(ON/OFF)
17 VOLUME buttons
LENS/BLACK 19
SCREEN button 37
22 LASER POINTER/
23 MENU button
5
(/)
Laser
pointer
window
Rear View
22 MOUSE/
ADJUSTMENT
23 buttons (∂/ƒ/ß/©)
RIGHT-CLICK/ 22
ENTER button 23
INPUT button 17
25 IrCOM button
FREEZE button 33
29 AUTO SYNC button
ENLARGE button 34
19 LEFT-CLICK/
UNDO
22 button
36 RESIZE button
TOOLS button 43
35 GAMMA button
MOUSE/
ADJUSTMENT 21
switch
22 BACKLIGHT button
Bottom View
22
Wired remote control
input
Inserting the batteries
1
Press in and downward
on the arrow to remove
the battery cover.
Battery
cover
2
Insert two AA size batteries
for the remote control,
making sure their polarities
match the and marks
inside the battery
compartment.
Battery
compartment
3
Insert the side tabs of
the battery cover into
their slots and press the
cover in until it is
properly seated.
Battery
cover
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Setup & Connections
Setup & Connections
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Setting up the Projector
1. Supplied Accessories
Two AA size batteries
Power cord
Computer cable
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Computer audio cable
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Three BNC-RCA adaptors
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Mouse control
serial cable
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Mouse control
cable for IBM PS/2
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Mouse control cable
for Mac
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Remote mouse receiver
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DIN-D-sub RS-232C cable
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Extra air filter
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CD-ROM
Setup & Connections
Remote control
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Lens cap
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Sharp Advanced Presentation
Software quick reference
LCD projector operation manual
LCD projector quick reference
IrDA driver installation
instruction sheet
Sharp Advanced Presentation
Software operation manual
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2. Connecting the Projector
Connecting the Power Cord
Plug the supplied power cord into the AC socket on the back of the projector.
Setup & Connections
Power cord
Connecting the Projector to a Computer
You can connect your projector to a computer for projection of full colour computer images.
Connecting an IBM-PC or a Macintosh computer using the standard 15 pin Input
Computer cable
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Computer audio cable
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1 To use the Standard 15-pin connector, slide the 15 pin/
BNC switch on the rear terminals to the 15 pin position.
2 Connect one end of the supplied computer cable to
the COMPUTER-RGB INPUT 1 or 2 port on the projector.
3 Connect the other end to the Monitor output port on the
computer. Secure the connectors by tightening the
thumb screws.
4 To use the built-in audio system, connect one end of
the supplied computer audio cable to the AUDIO INPUT
1 or 2 terminal on the projector.
5 Connect the other end to the Audio output terminal on
the computer.
CAUTION
• Before connecting, be sure to turn both the projector and the
computer off. After making all connections, turn the projector
on first. The computer should always be turned on last.
• Please read the computer’s operation manual carefully.
• Refer to pages 54 and 55 “Input Signals (Recommended Timing)” for a
list of computer signals compatible with the projector. Use with computer
signals other than those listed may cause some of the functions not to
work.
When connecting this projector to a computer, select
“Computer/RGB” for “Signal Type” on the GUI menu. (See
page 40.)
• A Macintosh adaptor may be required for use with some Macintosh
computers. Contact your nearest Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD
Products Dealer or Service Centre.
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2. Connecting the Projector
Continued
• This projector uses a 5 BNC computer input to prevent deterioration of image quality.
• Connect the R (PR), G/G sync (Y), B (PB), HD (C sync) and VD cables to the correct input terminals on the
projector and an RGB switcher (sold separately) connected to the computer, or connect a 5 BNC cable (sold
separately) directly from the input terminals on the projector to the computer.
Connecting to an external RGB switcher or other compatible computers using the BNC Input
(Typically used in larger installations)
Computer audio cable
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Setup & Connections
1 To use the 5 BNC connector, slide the 15 pin/BNC switch on the rear terminals
to the BNC position.
Connect each BNC connector to the corresponding BNC INPUT 1 terminals
on the projector.
2 Connect the other end of the 5 BNC cable to the corresponding BNC terminals
on the external RGB switcher.
3 To use the built-in audio system, connect one end of the supplied computer
audio cable to the AUDIO INPUT 1 or 2 terminal on the projector.
4 Connect the other end to the Audio output terminal on the computer or external
audio system.
• A 3.5 mm minijack to RCA audio cable adaptor may be necessary.
When connecting the projector to a compatible computer other than an IBM-PC
(VGA/SVGA/XGA/SXGA/UXGA) or Macintosh (i.e. Workstation), a separate cable
may be needed. Please contact your dealer for more information.
When connecting this projector to a computer, select “Computer/RGB” for
“Signal Type” on the GUI menu. (See page 40.)
• Connecting computers other than the recommended types may result in damage to the
projector, the computer, or both.
• AUDIO INPUT 1 or 2 accepts INPUT 1 or 2 port input.
Computer audio cable
4 To audio output
terminal
To R (PR), G/G sync (Y), B (PB),
HD (C sync) and VD output terminals
5 BNC cable
(sold separately)
Computer cable
RGB switcher
(sold separately)
To RGB switcher
Computer cable
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“Plug and Play” function (when connecting to a 15 pin terminal)
• This projector is compatible with VESA-standard DDC 1/DDC 2B. The projector and a VESA DDC compatible
computer will communicate their setting requirements, allowing for quick and easy setup.
• Before using the “Plug and Play” function, be sure to turn on the projector first and the connected computer last.
• The DDC, Plug and Play function of this projector operates only when used in conjunction with a VESA DDC compatible computer.
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2. Connecting the Projector
Continued
Connecting the Projector to Video Equipment
You can connect your projector to a VCR, laser disc player, DVD player, DTV* decoder and other audiovisual
equipment.
CAUTION
• Always turn off the projector while connecting to video equipment, in order to protect both the projector and the equipment
being connected.
Connecting a VCR, laser disc player and other audiovisual equipment using the standard video Input
Setup & Connections
1 Connect the yellow RCA connectors to the corresponding yellow VIDEO INPUT
terminal on the projector and the Video output terminal on the video source.
2 To use the built-in audio system, connect the red and white RCA connectors
to the corresponding red and white AUDIO INPUT terminals on the projector
and the Audio output terminals on the video source.
The S-VIDEO INPUT terminal uses a video signal system in which the picture is
separated into a colour and a luminance signal to realise a higher-quality image.
• For higher quality video, you may use the S-VIDEO INPUT terminal on the projector. S-video
cable is sold separately.
• If your video equipment does not have an S-video output terminal, use the Composite
video output terminal.
2
Audio cable (sold separately)
1
Video cable (sold separately)
S-video cable (sold separately)
To audio output terminals
To video output terminal
VCR
or
Laser disc player
To S-video output terminal
Connecting a DVD player, DTV decoder and other component video equipment using the 5 BNC Input
1 To use the 5 BNC connector, slide the 15 pin/BNC switch on the rear terminals
to the BNC position. Connect each BNC connector to the corresponding BNC
INPUT 1 terminals on the projector.
• BNC-RCA adaptors are included for use with RCA type cables and sources.
2 Connect the other end of the cable to the corresponding terminals of a DVD
player or DTV decoder.
3 To use the built-in audio system, connect one end of the supplied computer
audio cable to AUDIO INPUT 1 or 2 terminal on the projector.
Connect the other end to the Audio output terminal on the computer.
• A 3.5 mm minijack to RCA audio cable adaptor may be necessary.
When connecting this projector to a DVD player or a DTV decoder, select
“Component” for “Signal Type” on the GUI menu. (See page 40.)
To audio output terminals
Audio cable (sold separately)
3 To analog component
output terminals
Component cable (sold separately)
Three BNC-RCA adaptors
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*DTV is the umbrella term used to describe the new digital television system in the united states.
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DTV decoder
or
DVD player
2. Connecting the Projector
Continued
Connecting an amplifier and other audio
components
CAUTION
• Always turn off the projector while connecting to audio
components, in order to protect both the projector and the
components being connected.
Setup & Connections
• By using external audio components, the volume can be amplified for
better sound.
To audio input terminals
Audio cable (sold separately)
Amplifier
Connecting RS-232C Port
When the RS-232C port on the projector is connected to a computer with an RS-232C cable (cross type, sold
separately), the computer can be used to control the projector and check the status of the projector. See pages 51
and 52 for details.
Computer cable
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DIN-D-sub RS-232C
cable
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Computer audio cable
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1 Connect the supplied DIN-D-sub RS-232C cable to the RS-232C port on the projector.
2 Connect a RS-232C cable (sold separately) to the other end of DIN-D-sub RS-232C cable and to the serial
port on the computer.
Computer cable
Computer audio cable
(3.5 mm stereo minijack cable)
2 RS-232C cable
(cross type, sold separately)
1 DIN-D-sub RS-232C cable
CAUTION
• Do not connect or remove RS-232C cable to or from the computer while it is on. This may damage your computer.
• The wireless mouse or RS-232C function may not operate if your computer port is not correctly set up. Please refer to the operation manual
of the computer for details on setting up/installing the correct mouse driver.
• The arrows (→, ↔) indicate the direction of the signals.
• A Macintosh adaptor may be required for use with some Macintosh computers. Contact your nearest Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD
Products Dealer or Service Centre.
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2. Connecting the Projector
Continued
Connecting the Remote Mouse Receiver
• You can use the remote control as a remote mouse.
• When the RS-232C port on the projector is connected to a computer with
an RS-232C cable (cross type, sold separately), the computer can be
used to control the projector and check the status of the projector. See
pages 51 and 52 for details.
Setup & Connections
IBM or IBM compatible PC
1 Connect one end of the supplied mouse control cable to the corresponding terminal on the PC.
2 Connect the other end to the remote mouse receiver.
or
Mouse control
serial cable
QCNW-5112CEZZ
IBM PC/AT
Mouse control cable
for IBM PS/2
QCNW-5113CEZZ
Remote mouse
receiver
RUNTK0661CEZZ
IBM PS/2
Remote mouse receiver
Use this terminal to connect the supplied
mouse control cable to
the remote mouse
receiver.
Mouse control cable
for Mac
QCNW-5114CEZZ
Mouse control
serial cable
QCNW-5112CEZZ
Remote mouse
receiver
RUNTK0661CEZZ
Macintosh
1 Connect the mouse control serial cable to the remote mouse receiver.
2 Connect the mouse control cable for Mac to the Mac ADB port on the Mac.
3 Connect the other end of the mouse control cable for Mac to the mouse control serial cable.
CAUTION
• Do not connect or remove the mouse control cables to or from the computer while it
is on. This may damage your computer.
• The wireless mouse functions can operate computers compatible with IBM PS/2, serial
(RS-232C) or Apple ADB type mouse systems.
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Operation
Operation
Basic Operations
1. Turning on/off the Power
1
Make the necessary connections before proceeding.
Connect the power cord to a wall outlet.
The POWER indicator lights up red and the
projector enters standby mode.
• If the bottom filter cover is not securely installed, the POWER indicator flashes.
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1. Turning on/off the Power
Continued
4
2
Press Power ON.
• The flashing green LAMP REPLACEMENT
indicator shows that the lamp is warming up.
Wait until the indicator stops flashing before
operating the projector.
• If the power is turned off and then immediately
turned on again, it may take a short while before
the lamp turns on.
• After the projector is unpacked and turned on
for the first time, a slight odour may be emitted
from the exhaust vent. This odour will soon
disappear with use.
5
2, 6
3
Operation
When the power is on, the LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator
lights indicating the status of the lamp.
Green: Lamp is ready.
Flashing green: Warming up.
Red: Change the lamp.
3
Press INPUT to select the desired input mode.
Press INPUT again to change the mode.
EXAMPLE
INPUT 1 Mode
INPUT 2 Mode
VIDEO Mode
• When no signal is being received, “NO SIGNAL” will be displayed. When a signal that the projector is not
preset to receive is being received, “NOT REG.” will be displayed.
4
5
6
Press VOLUME / to adjust the volume.
Press MUTE to temporarily turn off the sound.
Press MUTE again to turn the sound back on.
Press POWER OFF.
Press POWER OFF again while the message is displayed.
• If you accidentally pressed POWER OFF and do not want to turn off the power, wait until the power off
screen disappears.
• When POWER OFF is pressed twice, the POWER indicator will light up red and the cooling fan will run for
about 90 seconds. The projector will then enter standby mode.
• Wait until the cooling fan stops before disconnecting the power cord.
• The power can be turned on again by pressing POWER ON. When the power is turned on, the POWER
indicator and the LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator light green.
• The POWER indicator flashes if the bottom filter cover is not securely installed.
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2. Setting up the Screen
Position the projector perpendicular to the screen with all feet flat and level to achieve an optimal image.
Move the projector forward or backward if the edges of the image are distorted.
• The projector lens should be centred in the middle of the screen. If the lens centre is not perpendicular to the screen, the image will be
distorted, making viewing difficult.
• Position the screen so that it is not in direct sunlight or room light. Light falling directly onto the screen washes out colours, making viewing
difficult. Close the curtains and dim the lights when setting up the screen in a sunny or bright room.
• A polarising screen cannot be used with this projector.
Standard Setup (Front Projection)
Place the projector at the required distance from the screen according
to the desired picture size (see the table below).
X
• Optional wide and telephoto lenses from Sharp are available for
specialised application. Please see your local Authorised Sharp
Industrial LCD Products Dealer for details on the AN-T6EZ and ANW6EZ lenses.
Picture size (diag.) (X)
762 cm (300)
508 cm (200)
381 cm (150)
254 cm (100)
213 cm (84)
183 cm (72)
152 cm (60)
102 cm (40)
WIDE Mode
(16:9)
Picture size (diag.) (X)
762 cm (300)
508 cm (200)
381 cm (150)
338 cm (133)
269 cm (106)
254 cm (100)
234 cm (92)
213 cm (84)
183 cm (72)
152 cm (60)
102 cm (40)
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
14.3 m
9.8 m
7.2 m
4.9 m
4.0 m
3.4 m
2.9 m
1.9 m
Minimum
11.0 m
7.4 m
5.6 m
3.7 m
3.1 m
2.6 m
2.2 m
1.4 m
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
15.6 m
10.5 m
7.9 m
7.0 m
5.6 m
5.2 m
4.8 m
4.3 m
3.7 m
3.1 m
2.0 m
Minimum
12.0 m
8.1 m
6.1 m
5.4 m
4.3 m
4.0 m
3.7 m
3.3 m
2.8 m
2.4 m
1.5 m
H
Distance from the lens centre to the
bottom of the image (H)
Operation
NORMAL Mode
(4:3)
L
22.9 cm
15.2 cm
11.4 cm
7.6 cm
6.4 cm
5.5 cm
4.6 cm
3.1 cm
Distance from the lens centre to the
bottom of the image (H)
37.4 cm
24.9 cm
18.7 cm
16.6 cm
13.2 cm
12.5 cm
11.5 cm
10.5 cm
9.0 cm
7.5 cm
5.0 cm
• Values with a minus () sign indicate the distance of the lens centre below the bottom of the screen.
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2. Setting up the Screen
Continued
Using the Adjustment Feet
1
2
Press foot releases.
3
Adjust height of projector
and remove hands from foot
releases.
Rotate feet to make minor
changes.
• The projector is adjustable up to approximately 5° from the standard position.
• When the height of the projector is adjusted, the image may become distorted (keystoned), depending on the relative
positions of the projector and the screen.
Operation
CAUTION
• Do not press the foot releases when the adjustment feet are extended without firmly holding the projector.
• Do not hold the lens when lifting or lowering the projector.
• When lowering the projector, be careful not to get your fingers caught in the area between the adjustment feet and the
projector.
Digital Lens Adjustment
Projector
1
Remote control
Press LENS to select mode.
Each time LENS is pressed, the
screen changes in the following
order.
1, 4a
4b
3
2
g
g
2
Press ENTER to display test pattern.
3
Press ∂/ƒ/ß/© to make adjustments.
4
a. Press LENS until normal screen appears.
g
b. To reset the KEYSTONE setting, press UNDO.
• Straight lines and the edges of the displayed image may appear jagged, when adjusting the KEYSTONE
setting.
• Do not touch the lens when adjusting the focus or zoom.
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2. Setting up the Screen
Continued
Reversed Image Setup
Rear projection
Projection using a mirror
• Place a translucent screen between the projector and
the audience.
• Use the projector’s menu system to reverse the
projected image. (See page 42 for use of this
function.)
• Place a mirror (normal flat type) in front of the lens.
• Use the projector’s menu system to reverse the
projected image. (See page 42 for use of this
function.)
• The image reflected from the mirror is projected onto
the screen.
• Optimal image quality is produced with the projector positioned perpendicular to the screen with all feet flat and level.
Operation
CAUTION
• When using a mirror, be sure to carefully position both the projector and the mirror so the light does not shine into the eyes of
the audience.
Ceiling-mount Setup
• It is recommended that you use the optional Sharp
ceiling-mount bracket for this installation.
• Before mounting the projector, contact your nearest
Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or
Service Centre to obtain the recommended ceilingmount bracket (sold separately). (AN-NV6T ceilingmount bracket, AN-TK201/AN-TK202 extension tube
for AN-NV6T.)
• When the projector is in the inverted position, use the
upper edge of the screen as the base line.
• Use the projector’s menu system to select the
appropriate projection mode. (See page 42 for use
of this function.)
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3. Operating the Wireless Mouse from the Remote Control
Operation
Using the Remote Control as a Wireless Mouse
The remote control has the following three functions:
• Projector control
• Wireless mouse
• Laser pointer
MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
(Remote control)
MOUSE
ADJ.
MOUSE
Wireless mouse
Laser pointer
ADJ.
Projector control
Remote Control/Mouse Receiver Positioning
• The remote control can be used to control the projector within the ranges shown below.
• The remote mouse receiver can be used with the remote control to control the mouse functions of a connected
computer within the ranges shown below.
• The signal from the remote control can be reflected off a screen for easy operation. However, the effective distance of the
signal may differ due to the screen material.
Controlling the Projector
Using the Wireless Mouse
Remote control
Remote control
7m
30˚
30˚
30˚
30˚
45˚
4m
45˚
30˚
Remote control
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120˚
Remote
mouse
receiver
3. Operating the Wireless Mouse from the Remote Control
Continued
Use as a Wireless Mouse
Be sure the supplied remote mouse receiver is connected to your computer.
1
MOUSE
ADJ.
Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch to MOUSE.
Effective buttons in MOUSE mode
LASER
POINTER
BLACK SCREEN
MOUSE
LEFT-CLICK
RIGHT-CLICK
• The wireless mouse may not operate correctly if your computer serial port is not correctly set up. Refer to the computer’s
operation manual for details of setting up/installing the mouse driver.
• For one-button mouse systems, use either the LEFT-CLICK or RIGHT-CLICK button.
Using the remote control in a dark room
Press BACKLIGHT, and the buttons will light up. Green lights refer to mouse operations, and red
lights to projector adjustments.
Position of MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
MOUSE
ADJ.
LASER POINTER/MENU LASER POINTER (GREEN) MENU (RED)
BLACK SCREEN/LENS BLACK SCREEN (GREEN) LENS (RED)
RIGHT-CLICK/ENTER
RIGHT-CLICK (GREEN)
ENTER (RED)
MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT MOUSE (NOT LIT)
ADJUSTMENT (NOT LIT)
LEFT-CLICK/UNDO
LEFT-CLICK (NOT LIT)
UNDO (NOT LIT)
POWER ON/OFF
VOLUME /
ON (RED)
MUTE
Button name
Position of MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
MOUSE
ADJ.
INPUT
IrCOM
FREEZE
AUTO SYNC
ENLARGE
RESIZE
TOOLS
GAMMA
Operation
Button name
ON (RED)
Use as a Laser pointer
1
2
MOUSE
ADJ.
Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch to MOUSE.
Press LASER POINTER ( ) to activate the laser pointer.
When the button is released, the light automatically goes off.
• For safety, the laser pointer automatically goes off after 1 minute of continuous use. To turn it on, release LASER
POINTER ( ) and press again.
Wired Remote Control
When the remote control cannot be used due to the range
or positioning of the projector (rear projection, etc.), connect
a 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable (sold separately) from the
wired remote control input on the bottom of the remote
control to the WIRED REMOTE control input terminal on the
rear of the projector.
3.5 mm stereo minijack cable • The laser pointer and wireless mouse functions can still be operated
with the wired remote control.
(sold separately)
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Using the GUI (Graphical User Interface) Menu Screens
Projector
Remote control
1, 7
2, 3, 5
6
4
This projector has two sets of menu screens (INPUT/VIDEO) that allow you to adjust the image and various projector
settings. These menu screens can be operated from the projector or the remote control with the following buttons.
(GUI) On-screen Display
Operation
INPUT (COMPUTER/RGB) mode
1
ß2©
VIDEO mode
1
ß2©
∂
3
∂
3
ƒ
ƒ
ß5©
ß5©
4
ß2©
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU to display the INPUT or VIDEO mode
menu bar.
ß5©
2 Press ß/© to select an adjustment menu on the
menu bar.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select a specific adjustment item.
4 To display a single adjustment item, press ENTER
after selecting the item. Only the menu bar and
the selected adjustment item will appear.
5 Press ß/© to adjust the item.
6 Press UNDO to return to the previous screen.
7 Press MENU to exit from the GUI.
• For details on items on the menu screen, see the tree charts
on the next page.
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Using the GUI (Graphical User Interface) Menu Screens
Items on the INPUT1 or
INPUT2 Mode Menu Bar
Main menu
Picture
Sub menu
Main menu
Sub menu
Contrast
30
30
30
Bright
30
30
30
Color
30
30
30
30
Tint
30
30
Sharp
30
30
Sharp
30
30
Red
30
30
Red
30
30
Blue
30
30
Blue
30
30
Balance
30
30
Treble
30
30
Bass
30
30
Contrast
30
30
Bright
30
Color
30
Tint
Picture
1
2
Reset
Fine Sync
Items on the VIDEO Mode Menu Bar
Auto Sync
[ON/OFF]
Resolution
800600
640480
Vert Freq
75 Hz
72 Hz
•
Reset
Audio
•
Clock
150 150
60
Phase
H-Pos
60
150 150
V-Pos
60
7
60
1
2
Resolution
800600
640480
Vert Freq
75 Hz
72 Hz
Reset
Options
•
Lamp Timer
Mode 1
BLK SCRN Disp [ON/OFF]
Mode 2
[ON/OFF]
Mode 3
•
Reset
7
OSD Display
Save Setting
1024864
Select Setting
Economy Mode
Mode 4
I/P Conversion
Interlaced
1152864
Audio
Balance
30
30
Treble
30
30
Bass
30
30
1152870
Progressive
1152882
Video System
PAL 50 /60Hz
Reset
Options
SECAM
Lamp Timer
Mode 1
Auto Sync Disp [ON/OFF]
Mode 2
BLK SCRN Disp [ON/OFF]
Mode 3
[ON/OFF]
Mode 4
OSD Display
NTSC4.43
NTSC3.58
Background
Sharp
Custom
Economy Mode
Interlaced
I/P Conversion
Progressive
Blue
None
Signal Type
Computer/RGB
Background
Component
Startup Image
Sharp
English
Custom
Sharp
Deutsch
None
Custom
Español
Blue
Nederlands
None
Français
Nederlands
Sharp
Italiano
Français
Custom
Svenska
Italiano
None
Svenska
Resolution
Hor Freq
Vert Freq
Language
Startup Image
Signal Info
Language
Auto
English
Deutsch
Español
Português
Operation
Special Modes
Português
640480
37.5 kHz
72 Hz
PRJ Mode
Front
CeilingFront
PRJ Mode
Rear
Front
CeilingRear
CeilingFront
Rear
Status
CeilingRear
Status
•
•
•
•
The resolution, vertical frequency and horizontal frequency figures displayed above are for example purposes only.
“Color”, “Tint”, and “Sharp” appear only when Component input is selected in INPUT mode.
Only the items highlighted in the tree charts above can be adjusted.
To adjust the items under the sub menu, press © after selecting the sub menu.
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Using IrCOM for Wireless Presentations
Remote control
Projector
The IrCOM function can transfer still images from a
computer or digital camera to the projector via infrared
(wireless) communication.
Sharp Advanced Presentation Software
• This function requires the supplied Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software (SAPS).
• Install the SAPS in the supplied CD-ROM on the
computer.
• See the operation manual of the software for
installation and operating instructions.
• Position the projector and the IrCOM transmitting
device within the range shown on the left.
1, 2
3
IrCOM1
IrCOM2
45˚
30˚
45˚
30˚
Operation
10 cm–1 m
30˚
30˚
Digital camera
PC
On-screen Display
1
d
f
f
2
• To avoid transmission errors or changes in the image, ensure
the following when setting up the projector and transmitting
device.
• The IrCOM sensors on both the projector and transmitting
device are protected from direct sunlight or strong
ambient light.
• The transmitting device has sufficient battery power.
• The projector and transmitting device are positioned
within the designated operating range.
• The IrCOM sensors on the projector and transmitting
device are correctly aligned.
• The distance between the projector and transmitting device
may have to be less than 10 cm depending on the
transmitting device.
• When using the digital still camera, set it to the image
transmission mode and set the computer to the image
reception mode.
• Align the projector and transmitting device at the same
height and angle at a distance of 10 cm to 1 meter with an
unobstructed line of view.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press IrCOM to enter the IrCOM mode. Each time
IrCOM is pressed, the On-screen Display
switches between “Ir-COM1” and “Ir-COM2”.
2 And then the On-screen Display changes as
shown on the left.
• If the On-screen Display does not change as shown on the
left, the projector may not be within the reception range
from the IrCOM transmitting device.
f
3 Press INPUT to exit the IrCOM mode.
• If the projector is unable to receive images from the IrCOM
transmitting device, the On-screen display on the left will
appear.
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Selecting the On-screen Display Language
Projector
Remote control
English is the preset language for the On-screen
Display. It can be changed to English, German, Spanish,
Dutch, French, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese, Chinese,
Korean or Japanese.
1, 5
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2, 3
1 Press MENU.
MOUSE
ADJ.
2 Press ß/© to select “Language”.
4
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired language .
(GUI) On-screen Display
4 Press ENTER to save the setting. The On-screen
Display is now programmed to display in the
language selected.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Operation
Selecting the Video Input System Mode (VIDEO mode only)
Remote control
Projector
1, 6
2, 3, 4
5
The video input system mode is preset to “Auto”;
however, it can be changed to a specific system mode,
if the selected system mode is not compatible with the
connected audiovisual equipment.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Video System”, and then
press ©.
(GUI) On-screen Display
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired video system
mode.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• When the system mode is set to “Auto”, you may not receive
a clear picture due to signal differences. Should this occur,
switch to the video system you are viewing.
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Picture Adjustments
Projector
Remote control
You can adjust the projector’s picture to your preferences with the following picture settings.
Description of Adjustment Items
1, 4
2, 3
(GUI) On-screen Display
(COMPUTER/RGB input in INPUT mode)
1
Selected item
ß button
Contrast
Bright
Color
Tint
Sharp
Red
Blue
Reset
For less contrast
For more contrast
For less brightness
For more brightness
For less colour intensity
For more colour intensity
Skin tones become purplish Skin tones become greenish
For less sharpness
For more sharpness
For weaker red
For stronger red
For weaker blue
For stronger blue
All image adjustment items are returned to the factory preset
settings.
© button
• “Color”, “Tint” and “Sharp” do not appear for COMPUTER/
RGB input in INPUT mode.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
Operation
1 Press MENU. Menu bar and “Picture” menu
screen appear. GUI operation guide is also
displayed.
2 Press ∂/ƒ to select a specific adjustment item.
2
3 Press ß/© to move the mark of the selected
adjustment item to the desired setting.
4 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• To reset all adjustment items, select “Reset” on the “Picture”
menu screen and press ENTER.
• The adjustments can be stored separately in the “INPUT
1”, “INPUT 2” and “VIDEO” modes.
• For COMPONENT input in INPUT mode, “Sharp” is
adjustable only when a DVD player is connected.
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Audio Adjustments
Projector
Remote control
This projector’s audio is factory preset to standard
settings. However, you can adjust it to suit your own
preferences by adjusting the following audio settings.
Description of Adjustment Items
1, 5
2, 3, 4
(GUI) On-screen Display
2
Selected item
ß button
Balance
Increased audio from the left
Increased audio from the right
speaker
speaker
For weaker treble
For stronger treble
For weaker bass
For stronger bass
All audio adjustment items are returned to the factory preset
settings.
Treble
Bass
Reset
© button
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU. Menu bar and “Picture” menu
screen appear. GUI operation guide is also displayed.
2 Press ß/© to select “Audio”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select a specific adjustment item.
4 Press ß/© to move the mark of the selected
adjustment item to the desired setting.
Operation
3
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• To reset all adjustment items, select “Reset” on the “Audio”
menu screen and press ENTER.
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Computer Image Adjustments
Projector
Remote control
1, 5
2, 3, 4
When displaying computer patterns which are very
detailed (tiling, vertical stripes, etc.), interference may
occur between the LCD pixels, causing flickering,
vertical stripes, or contrast irregularities in portions of
the screen. Should this occur, adjust “Clock”, “Phase”,
“H-Pos” and “V-Pos” for optimum computer image.
Description of Adjustment Items
Selected item
Description
Clock
Phase
H-Pos
V-Pos
Adjusts vertical noise.
Adjusts horizontal noise (similar to tracking on your VCR).
Centres the on-screen image by moving it to the left or right.
Centres the on-screen image by moving it up or down.
• Computer image adjustment can be made easily by
pressing AUTO SYNC ( ). See the next page for details.
(GUI) On-screen Display
(Select the desired computer input mode with INPUT.)
2
Operation
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU. Menu bar and “Picture” menu
screen appear. GUI operation guide is also
displayed.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
3
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select a specific adjustment item.
4 Press ß/© to move the mark of the selected
adjustment item to the desired setting.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• To reset all adjustment items, select “Reset” on the “Fine
Sync” menu screen and press ENTER.
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Computer Image Adjustments
Projector
Remote control
Auto Sync Adjustment
• Used to automatically adjust a computer image.
• Auto Sync adjustment can be made manually by
pressing AUTO SYNC, or automatically by setting
“Auto Sync” to “ON” in the projector’s GUI menu.
1, 5
When “Auto Sync” is set to “ON”:
• The sync adjustment is automatically made each time
the projector is turned on while connected to a computer or the input selection is changed.
• The Auto Sync adjustment setting previously made is
cleared when the projector’s setting is changed.
2, 3, 4
AUTO SYNC
button
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
(GUI) On-screen Display
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Auto Sync”.
Operation
4 Press ß/© to select “ON”.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• Automatic adjustments can be made by pressing AUTO
SYNC.
• When the optimum image cannot be achieved with Auto
Sync adjustment, use manual adjustments. (See the
previous page.)
On-screen Display
g
During Auto Sync adjustment, the On-screen Display
changes as shown on the left.
f
s
• Auto Sync adjustment may take some time to complete,
depending on the image of the computer connected to the
projector.
Auto Sync Display Function
Normally, an image is not superimposed during Auto
Sync adjustment. You can, however, choose to
superimpose a background image during Auto Sync
adjustment.
(GUI) On-screen Display
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß /© to select “Options”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Auto Sync Disp”.
4 Press ß /© to select “ ” to superimpose a
background image or “ ” to remove the
background image during Auto Sync adjustment.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
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Computer Image Adjustments
Projector
Remote control
Saving and Selecting Adjustment Settings
This projector allows you to store up to seven adjustment
settings for use with various computers. Once these
settings are stored, they can be easily selected each
time you connect the computer to the projector.
1, 6
2, 3, 4
5
Saving the adjustment setting
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
(GUI) On-screen Display
2
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Save Setting”, and then press
©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired memory location of
the setting.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
Operation
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
3
Selecting a saved setting
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
4
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Select Setting”, and then press
©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired memory setting.
5 Press ENTER to select the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• If the memory position has not been set, the resolution and
frequency will not be displayed.
• When selecting the stored adjustment setting with “Select
Setting”, the computer system should match the stored
setting.
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Computer Image Adjustments
Projector
Remote control
1, 6
2, 3, 4
5
Special Mode Adjustment
Ordinarily, the type of input signal is detected and the
correct resolution mode is automatically selected.
However, for some signals, “Special Modes” on the “Fine
Sync” menu screen may need to be changed to match
the computer display mode.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch on
the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
(GUI) On-screen Display
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Special Modes”.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the optimal resolution mode.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Operation
• Avoid displaying computer patterns which repeat every
other line (horizontal stripes). (Flickering may occur, making
the image hard to see.)
• When inputting DTV 480P signals, select “480P” in step 4
above.
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Useful Features
Freeze Function
Remote control
Useful Features
Projector
1, 2
This function allows you to instantly freeze a moving
image. This is useful when you want to display a still
image from a computer or video, giving you more time
to explain the image to the audience.
You can also use this function to display a still image
from a computer while you make preparations for the
next computer images to be presented.
1 Press FREEZE to freeze the image.
2 Press FREEZE again to return to the moving
image.
On-screen Display
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Digital Image Magnification
Projector
Remote control
2
3
1
On-screen Display
This function allows you to magnify a specific portion of
an image. This is useful when you want to display a
detailed portion of the image.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
sg
1 Press ENLARGE. Each time ENLARGE is
pressed, the image will be magnified.
2 When the image is magnified, you can pan and
scan around the image by using ∂/ƒ/ß/©.
• Each time ENLARGE is pressed, image magnification
toggles as shown below.
2
3
4
6
8
• If the input signal is changed during digital image
magnification, the image will return to 1. The input signal
is changed
(a) when INPUT is pressed,
(b) when the input signal is interrupted, or
(c) when the input resolution and refresh rate changes.
Useful Features
1
3 To return to 1, press UNDO.
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Gamma Correction
Projector
Remote control
2
1
On-screen Display
s
STANDARD
GAMMA 1
• Gamma is an image quality enhancement function
that offers a richer image by brightening the darker
portions of the image without altering the brightness
of the brighter portions.
• Four gamma settings are available to allow for
differences in the images played and in the brightness
of the room.
• When you are watching images with frequent, dark
scenes, such as a film or concert, or when you are
watching images in a bright room, this feature makes
the dark scenes easier to see and gives the impression of greater depth in the image.
s
GAMMA 2
Selected Mode
Gamma mode
STANDARD
GAMMA 1
GAMMA 2
CUSTOM
Standard picture without gamma correction.
Brightens darker portions of image.
Gives greater depth to darker portions of image.
Allows you to adjust gamma value using Sharp
Advanced Presentation Software.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press GAMMA. Each time GAMMA is pressed,
the gamma level toggles as shown on the left.
s
Useful Features
Gamma Modes
CUSTOM
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2 To return to the standard image, press UNDO
while “GAMMA” is displayed on the screen.
Selecting the Picture Display Mode
This function allows you to modify or customise the picture display mode to enhance the input image. Depending
on the input signal, you can choose NORMAL, WIDE, DOT BY DOT, DOT BY DOT (WIDE), or FIT TO SCREEN
image.
• Each time RESIZE is pressed, the picture mode changes as shown below.
ON
VOL
Remote control
Projector
EXAMPLE
DTV
MODE
INPUT SIGNAL
NORMAL
WIDE
DOT BY DOT
DOT BY DOT (WIDE)
RESIZE
button
NORMAL
WIDE
4:3
480 P
16:9
720 P
1024 768
1024 576
640 480
853 480
1024 576
—
1280 720
—
DOT BY DOT
COMPUTER
SXGA
VIDEO
PAL
960 768
1024 768
1280 1024
—
1024 768
1024 576
720 540
—
DOT BY DOT (WIDE)
For DTV decoder RGB signal in 4:3 aspect ratio.
g
g
g
For computer SVGA signal or DTV decoder RGB signal in 16:9 aspect ratio.
Useful Features
For COMPUTER/RGB signal without 4:3 aspect ratio.
g
g
g
g
For video PAL signal.
• “FIT TO SCREEN” is displayed only when SXGA signals that are not in 4:3 aspect ratio are input.
• DOT BY DOT mode displays images in their native resolution and not expanded to fit the LCD resolution.
• To return to NORMAL mode, press UNDO while “RESIZE” is displayed on the screen.
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Black Screen Function
Projector
Remote control
BLACK
SCREEN
This function can be used to superimpose a black
screen over the projected image.
Blacking out the Projected Image
button
Press BLACK SCREEN. “BLACK SCREEN” is displayed on the screen. To return to the original projected
image, press BLACK SCREEN again.
1, 5
2, 3, 4
MOUSE
ADJ.
• To use the remote control to operate this
function, slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch to the
MOUSE position before pressing BLACK SCREEN.
Projected Image
Turning off the On-screen Display
The On-screen Display (“BLACK SCREEN”) that
appears during black screen can be turned off. When
“BLK SCRN Disp” is set to “ ” in the GUI menu, “BLACK
SCREEN” will not be displayed during function.
sg
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
(GUI) On-screen Display
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß /© to select “Options”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “BLK SCRN Disp”.
4 Press ß/© to select “ ” to turn on or “
turn off the function.
” to
Useful Features
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
On-screen Display Override Function
Remote control
Projector
1, 5
2, 3, 4
This function allows you to turn off the on-screen
messages that appear during “input select” and the
“IrCOM” function. Once “OSD Display” is set to “ ” in
the GUI menu, the on-screen messages will not appear
when INPUT and IrCOM are pressed.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”.
(GUI) On-screen Display
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “OSD Display”.
4 Press ß/© to select “ ” to turn on or “ ” to turn
off the On-screen Display.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
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Selecting the Economy Mode
Projector
Remote control
This function allows you to reduce the power
consumption when the projector is off.
Economy Modes
1, 6
2, 3, 4
5
Selected mode
Mode 1
Automatic Power
Shutoff
ON
RS232C/Monitor
out
OFF
Mode 2
ON
ON
Mode 3
OFF
OFF
Mode 4
OFF
ON
• The projector is factory preset to Mode 2.
(GUI) On-screen Display
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Economy Mode”, and then
press ©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired mode.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Automatic Power Shutoff Function
When no input signal is detected for more than 15
minutes, the projector will automatically shut off. The
on-screen message on the left will appear five minutes
before the power is automatically turned off.
Useful Features
On-screen Display
CAUTION
• Select Mode 2 or Mode 4 when using the Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software (supplied).
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I/P Conversion
Projector
Remote control
This function allows you to select either an interlaced
display or a progressive display of a video signal. The
progressive display projects a smooth video image.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1, 6
2, 3, 4
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”.
5
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “I/P Conversion”, and then
press ©.
(GUI) On-screen Display
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Interlaced” or “Progressive”.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Checking the Lamp Usage Time
Projector
Remote control
This function allows you to check the accumulated lamp
usage time.
Useful Features
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
ADJ.
1
1 Press MENU.
2
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”. The lamp usage
time will be displayed.
(GUI) On-screen Display
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MOUSE
• It is recommended that the lamp be replaced after
approximately 2,000 hours of usage. At this point, take the
projector to your nearest Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD
Products Dealer or Service Centre to have the lamp
replaced. See page 47 for details.
Selecting the Signal Type
Projector
Remote control
This function allows you to select the input signal type.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
1, 6
2, 3, 4
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Signal Type”, and then
press ©.
5
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Computer/RGB” or
“Component”.
(GUI) On-screen Display
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Checking the Input Signal
Projector
Remote control
This function allows you to check the current input signal
information.
1, 4
2, 3
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
Useful Features
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Signal Info” to display the
current input signal.
(GUI) On-screen Display
4 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• In VIDEO mode, the resolution and frequency settings will
not be displayed.
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Setting a Background Image
Projector
Remote control
This function allows you to select the image displayed
when no signal is being sent to the projector.
Description of Background Images
1, 6
2, 3, 4
5
Selected item
Background image
Sharp
SHARP default image
Custom
User customised image (i.e. company logo)
Blue
Blue screen
None
Black screen
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
(GUI) On-screen Display
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Background”, and then press
©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the background image you want
to display on the screen.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• By selecting “Custom”, the projector can display a custom image
(i.e. your company logo) as the background image. Custom image
must be 256-colour BMP file with a picture size of 1,024 768 or
lower. Please see the Sharp Advanced Presentation Software
operation manual for how to save (or change) a custom image.
Selecting a Startup Image
Useful Features
Projector
Remote control
1, 6
2, 3, 4
5
• This function allows you to specify the image to be
displayed upon the projector’s startup.
• A custom image (i.e. your company logo) can be
loaded on the projector via IrCOM or an RS-232C
cable. See pages 14 and 25 in this operation manual,
and also the supplied Sharp Advanced Presentation
Software operation manual for detailed instructions.
Description of Startup Images
Selected item
Startup image
Sharp
SHARP default image
Custom
User customised image (i.e. company logo)
None
Black screen
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
(GUI) On-screen Display
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Startup Image”, and then press
©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the startup image you want to
display on the screen.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• By selecting “Custom”, the projector can display a custom image
(i.e. your company logo) as the startup image. Custom image must
be 256-colour BMP file with a picture size of 1,024 768 or lower.
Please see the Sharp Advanced Presentation Software operation
manual for how to save (or change) a custom image.
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Reverse/Invert Image Function
Projector
Remote control
This projector is equipped with a reverse/invert image
function which allows you to reverse or invert the projected image for various applications.
Description of Projected Images
1, 5
2, 3
4
(GUI) On-screen Display
When Selecting “Front”
Selected item
Projected image
Front
Normal image
CeilingFront
Inverted image
Rear
Reversed image
CeilingRear
Reversed and inverted image
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “PRJ Mode”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired projection mode.
When Selecting “CeilingFront”
4 Press ENTER to save the setting.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• This function is used for the reversed image and ceilingmount setups. See page 20 for these setups.
When Selecting “Rear”
Useful Features
When Selecting “CeilingRear”
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Using the Presentation Tools
Projector
Remote control
2, 4
3, 5
6
1
This projector is equipped with presentation tools. These
will help you emphasise keypoints within your
presentation.
On-screen Display
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press TOOLS to display the presentation tools
menu window on the screen.
Menu Window
2 Press ∂/ƒ/ß/© to select the desired tool and
colour.
3 Press ENTER to select it.
Useful Features
4 Once the tool is displayed on the screen, press
∂/ƒ/ß/© to move it around the screen.
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Orange
Projector
White
Black
Remote control
2, 4
5 Press ENTER to stamp the tool on the screen.
6 Use UNDO to individually delete tools stamped
on the screen.
• You can stamp each tool as many times as you want on the
screen.
• To clear all the stamped presentation tools on the screen,
press ∂/ƒ/ß/© to select “ ” and ENTER.
3
1
When selecting Sharp default image
Displaying the break time
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press TOOLS to display the presentation tools
menu window on the screen.
2 Press ∂/ƒ/ß/© to select “ ” in the menu
window.
3 Press ENTER to start counting down the break
time.
4 Press ∂ to increase or ƒ to decrease the break
time.
• The break time is displayed against the background image
selected in “Selecting a Startup Image”. (See page 41.)
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Status Function
Projector
Remote control
This function can be used to display all the adjusted
settings on the screen simultaneously.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
1, 4
2
3
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Status”.
3 Press ENTER to display all the adjusted settings.
4 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
(GUI) On-screen Display
2
3
Useful Features
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Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
45
Air Filter Maintenance
• This projector is equipped with two air filters to ensure the optimal operating condition of the projector.
• The air filters should be cleaned every 100 hours of use. Clean the filters more often when the projector is used
in a dusty or smoky location.
• Have your nearest Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or Service Centre exchange the filter
(PFILD0080CEZZ) when it is no longer possible to clean it.
Bottom View
Side and Rear View
Air filter
Air filter (not removable)
Cleaning and replacing the bottom air filter
1
Unplug the power
cord.
2
Remove the bottom
filter cover.
Turn over the projector. Press the
tab and lift open the filter cover
in the direction of the arrow.
3
Remove the air filter.
Grasp the air filter between your
fingers and lift it out of the filter
cover.
Tab
4
Clean the air filter.
Clean the dust off the air filter
and cover with a vacuum
cleaner extension hose.
5
Replace the air filter.
Place the air filter underneath
the tabs on the filter frame.
6
Replace the filter
cover.
Tab
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Insert the tab on the end of the
filter cover into the filter cover
opening and press the filter
cover into position.
• Be sure the filter cover is securely installed. The power will not turn on unless it is correctly installed.
Cleaning the side air filter (not removable)
If dust or dirt has collected inside the air filter, clean the filter with a vacuum cleaner extension hose.
• The side air filter cannot be removed.
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Lamp/Maintenance Indicators
Maintenance Indicators
POWER
indicator
LAMP
REPLACEMENT
indicator
Maintenance Indicator
TEMPERATURE
WARNING indicator
TEMPERATURE
WARNING
indicator
Condition
The internal
temperature is
abnormally high.
• The warning lights on the projector indicate problems
inside the projector.
• There are two warning lights: a TEMPERATURE
WARNING indicator which warns that the projector is
too hot, and a LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator which
lets you know when to change the lamp.
• If a problem occurs, either the TEMPERATURE
WARNING indicator or the LAMP REPLACEMENT
indicator will light up red. After turning off the power,
follow the procedures given below.
Problem
Possible Solution
• Blocked air intake.
• Relocate the projector to an area with
proper ventilation.
• Clogged air filter.
• Clean the filter.
(See page 46.)
• Cooling fan breakdown.
• Internal circuit failure.
• Take the projector to your nearest
Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD Products
Dealer or Service Centre for repair.
LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator
The lamp does not
light up.
• Burnt-out lamp.
• Lamp circuit failure.
• Take the projector to your nearest
Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD Products
Dealer or Service Centre for repair.
POWER indicator
The POWER
indicator flashes in
red when the
projector is on.
• The bottom filter cover is
open.
• Securely install the bottom filter cover.
• If the TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator lights up, follow the above possible solutions and then wait until the projector has
cooled down completely before turning the power back on. (At least 5 minutes.)
• If the power is turned off and then turned on again, as during a brief rest, the LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator may be
triggered, preventing the power from going on. Should this occur, take the power cord out of the wall outlet and put it back
in again.
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Lamp
The lamp in this projector operates for approximately 2,000 cumulative hours, depending on the usage environment. It is recommended that the lamp be replaced after 1,900 cumulative hours of use or when you notice a
significant deterioration of the picture and colour quality. At this point, take the projector to your nearest Authorised
Sharp Iudustrial LCD Products Dealer or Service Centre to have the lamp replaced. The lamp usage time can be
checked with the On-screen Display (see page 39).
CAUTION
• Intense light hazard. Do not attempt to look into the aperture and lens while the projector is operating.
• As the usage environment can vary significantly, the projector lamp may not operate for 2,000 hours.
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Using the Kensington Lock
Kensington Security
Standard connector
This projector has a Kensington Security Standard
connector for use with a Kensington MicroSaver Security
System. Refer to the information that came with the
system for instructions on how to use it to secure the
projector.
Troubleshooting
Problem
No picture and no sound.
Sound is heard but no picture
appears.
Colour is faded or poor.
Picture is blurred.
Picture appears but no sound is
heard.
An unusual sound is occasionally
heard from the cabinet.
Maintenance indicator lights up.
Data cannot be received via
IrCOM.
Picture noise appears.
480P images do not appear.
Colour is distorted (except for
VIDEO mode).
Lens comes off.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check
Projector power cord is not plugged into the wall outlet.
The bottom filter cover is not securely installed.
Selected input is wrong. (See page 17.)
Cables improperly connected to rear panel of the projector. (See pages 11–15.)
Remote control batteries have run down. (See page 8.)
Remote control’s MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch is set to MOUSE.
Cables improperly connected to rear panel of the projector. (See pages 11–15.)
“Contrast” and “Bright” adjustments are set to minimum position. (See page 27.)
On-screen Display (“BLACK SCREEN”) is turned off and Black Screen function is turned on,
creating a black image. (See page 37.)
“Color” and “Tint” adjustments are not correct. (See page 27.)
Adjust the focus. (See page 19.)
Projection distance is too long or too short to allow for proper focus. (See page 18.)
Cables improperly connected to rear panel of the projector. (See pages 11–15.)
Volume is set to minimum. (See page 17.)
If the picture is normal, the sound is due to cabinet shrinkage caused by temperature changes.
This will not affect operation or performance.
Refer to “Lamp/Maintenance Indicators” on page 47.
Distance and angle between the projector and transmitting device are out of the designated range.
(See page 25.)
Refer to the operation manual of the transmitting device.
Refer to the section “Troubleshooting” in the operation manual of the supplied software.
Adjust the phase setting. (See page 29.)
Noise may appear when used with certain computers. Set the NOISE FILTER to ON using the RS232C command. (See pages 51 and 52.)
Set the resolution mode to 480P. (See page 32.)
Change the input signal type. (See page 40.)
• Align the mark on the lens with the corresponding mark on the projector, push the lens firmly in
place, and rotate to the right.
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
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Appendix
Optional Lenses
Optional wide and telephoto lenses from Sharp are also
available for specialised application. Please see your
local Authorised Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer
for details on the AN-W6EZ and AN-T6EZ. (Refer to the
lens operation manual when attaching the lens.)
Wide-zoom lens
AN-W6EZ
Tele-zoom lens
AN-T6EZ
254 cm (100 ) Screen Project Distance
2.6–3.4 m
AN-W6EZ
3
3.65–4.86 m
Standard lens
4
5–6.56 m
AN-T6EZ
5
6
(m)
Transporting the Projector
Using the Carrying Handle
Appendix
Carrying handle
49
When transporting the projector, carry it by the carrying
handle on the side.
CAUTION
• Always put on the lens cap to prevent damage to the lens
when transporting the projector.
• Do not lift or carry the projector by the lens or the lens cap
as this may damage the lens.
Connection Pin Assignments
Analog Computer 1 and 2 Signal Input Ports: 15-pin mini D-sub female connector
1
6
11
5
10
15
Computer Input
Analog
1. Video input (red)
2. Video input
(green/sync on green)
3. Video input (blue)
4. Reserve input 1
5. Composite sync
6. Earth (red)
7. Earth (green/sync on green)
8. Earth (blue)
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Not connected
GND
GND
Bi-directional data
Horizontal sync signal
Vertical sync signal
Data clock
RS-232C Port: 9-pin D-sub male connector of the DIN-D-sub RS-232C cable
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5
1
9
6
Signal
CD
RD
SD
ER
SG
DR
RS
CS
CI
Name
I/O
Receive Data
Send Data
Input
Output
Signal Ground
Data Set Ready
Request to Send
Clear to Send
Output
Output
Input
Reference
Not connected
Connected to internal circuit
Connected to internal circuit
Not connected
Connected to internal circuit
Not connected
Connected to internal circuit
Connected to internal circuit
Not connected
RS-232C Terminal: 9-pin Mini DIN connector
8
7
9
6
3
4
5
2
1
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
VCC
RD
SD
EXIR
5
6
SG
ERX
7
8
9
RS
CS
ETX
Name
3.3V (Reserved)
Receive Data
Send Data
Detector of Option Unit
(Reserved)
Signal Ground
IR Receive Signal from
IR Amplifire (Reserved)
Request to Send
Clear to Send
IR Transmit Signal
(Reserved)
I/O
Output
Input
Output
Input
Reference
Not connected
Connected to internal circuit
Connected to internal circuit
Not connected
Input
Connected to internal circuit
Not connected
Output
Input
Output
Connected to internal circuit
Connected to internal circuit
Not connected
Appendix
50
RS-232C Port Specifications
PC control
A computer can be used to control the projector by connecting an RS-232C cable (cross type, sold separately) to
the projector. (See page 14 for connection.)
Communication conditions
Set the serial port settings of the computer to match that of the table.
Signal format: Conforms to RS-232C standard.
Baud rate:
9,600 bps
Data length:
8 bits
Parity bit:
NON
Stop bit:
1 bit
Flow control:
None
Basic format
Commands from the computer are sent in the following order: command, parameter, and return code. After the
projector processes the command from the computer, it sends a response code to the computer.
Command format
C1
C2
C3 C4
P1
P2
P3
Command 4-digits
Response code format
Normal response
O
Return code (0DH)
P4
Parameter 4-digits
Return code (0DH)
K
Problem response (communication error or incorrect command)
E
R
Return code (0DH)
R
When more than one code is being sent, send each command only after the OK response code for the previous
command from the projector is verified.
• When using the computer control function of the projector, the projector operating status cannot be read to the computer.
Therefore, confirm the status by transmitting the display commands for each adjustment menu and checking the status with
the On-screen Display. If the projector receives a command other than a menu display command, it will execute the command without displaying the On-screen Display.
Commands
EXAMPLE
• When “BRIGHT” of INPUT 1 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT is set to 10.
Computer
R
A
B
_
R
1
→
←
0
COMMAND
PARAMETER
C1 C2 C3 C4
P1 P2 P3 P4
CONTROL ITEM
CONTROL
CONTENTS
Projector
O
K
COMMAND
PARAMETER
C1 C2 C3 C4
P1 P2 P3 P4
CONTROL ITEM
CONTROL
CONTENTS
A
P
O
W
_
_
_
0
AUTO POWER OFF
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
1
ENGLISH
A
P
O
W
_
_
_
1
AUTO POWER ON
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
2
DEUTSCH
P
O
W
R
_
_
_
0
POWER OFF (STANDBY)
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
3
ESPAÑOL
P
O
W
R
_
_
_
1
POWER ON
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
4
NEDERLANDS
AUTO POWER OFF
POWER SETTING
Appendix
INPUT SWITCHING
INPUT CHECK
LENS
ADJUSTMENT
51
LANGUAGE
SELECTION
I
V
E
D
_
_
_
1
VIDEO
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
5
FRANÇAIS
I
R
G
B
_
_
_
1
INPUT1
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
6
ITALIANO
I
R
G
B
_
_
_
2
INPUT2
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
7
SVENSKA
I
C
O
M
_
_
_
1
IrCOM1
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
8
I
C
O
M
_
_
_
2
IrCOM2
M
E
L
A
_
_
_
9
I
C
H
K
_
_
_
0
INPUT CHECK
M
E
L
A
_
_
1
0
L
N
F
O
_
*
*
*
LENS FOCUS (30 – 30)
M
E
L
A
_
_
1
1
L
N
Z
O
_
*
*
*
LENS ZOOM (30 – 30)
K
E
Y
S
*
*
*
*
KEYSTONE
(127 – 127)
PORTUGUÊS
RS-232C Port Specifications
COMMAND
PARAMETER
C1 C2 C3 C4
P1 P2 P3 P4
CONTROL
CONTENTS
CONTROL ITEM
VIDEO
SYSTEM
SELECTION
VIDEO
IMAGE
ADJUSTMENT
BACKGROUND
SELECTION
STARTUP
IMAGE
SELECTION
VOLUME
ADJUSTMENT
AUDIO
ADJUSTMENT
INPUT 1
IMAGE
ADJUSTMENT
INPUT 2
IMAGE
ADJUSTMENT
COMMAND
PARAMETER
C1 C2 C3 C4
P1 P2 P3 P4
M
E
S
Y
_
_
_
1
AUTO
I
N
C
L
*
*
*
*
CLOCK (150 – 150)
M
E
S
Y
_
_
_
2
PAL (50/60 Hz)
I
N
P
H
_
*
*
*
PHASE (60 – 60)
M
E
S
Y
_
_
_
3
SECAM
I
A
H
P
*
*
*
*
H-POS (150 – 150)
M
E
S
Y
_
_
_
4
NTSC 4.43
I
A
V
P
_
*
*
*
V-POS (60 – 60)
M
E
S
Y
_
_
_
5
NTSC 3.58
I
A
R
E
_
_
_
0
COMPUTER INPUT DISPLAY
V
A
P
I
_
*
*
*
CONTRAST (30 – 30)
I
A
R
E
_
_
_
1
RESET
V
A
B
R
_
*
*
*
BRIGHT (30 – 30)
I
M
D
I
_
_
_
0
OSD DISPLAY OFF
V
A
C
O
_
*
*
*
COLOR (30 – 30)
I
M
D
I
_
_
_
1
OSD DISPLAY ON
V
A
T
I
_
*
*
*
TINT (30 – 30)
I
M
R
E
_
_
_
0
REVERSE OFF
V
A
S
H
_
*
*
*
SHARPNESS (30 – 30)
I
M
R
E
_
_
_
1
REVERSE ON
V
A
R
E
_
_
_
1
RESET
I
M
I
N
_
_
_
0
INVERT OFF
V
A
R
D
_
*
*
*
RED (30 – 30)
I
M
I
N
_
_
_
1
INVERT ON
V
A
B
E
_
*
*
*
BLUE (30 – 30)
I
M
A
S
_
_
_
0
AUTO SYNC DISPLAY OFF
V
A
R
E
_
_
_
0
VIDEO DISPLAY
I
M
A
S
_
_
_
1
AUTO SYNC DISPLAY ON
V
A
R
E
_
_
_
1
RESET
I
M
I
P
_
_
_
0
I/P CONVERSION INTERLACED
I
M
B
G
_
_
_
1
SHARP
I
M
I
P
_
_
_
1
I/P CONVERSION PROGRESSIVE
I
M
B
G
_
_
_
2
CUSTOM
I
A
S
I
_
_
_
1
RGB
I
M
B
G
_
_
_
3
BLUE
INPUT1 SIGNAL TYPE
SELECTION
I
A
S
I
_
_
_
2
COMPONENT
I
M
B
G
_
_
_
4
NONE
I
B
S
I
_
_
_
1
RGB
I
M
S
I
_
_
_
1
SHARP
INPUT2 SIGNAL TYPE
SELECTION
I
B
S
I
_
_
_
2
COMPONENT
I
M
S
I
_
_
_
2
CUSTOM
G
A
M
R
_
_
_
1
STANDARD
I
M
S
I
_
_
_
3
NONE
G
A
M
R
_
_
_
2
GAMMA1
V
O
L
A
_
_
*
*
VOLUME (00 – 60)
G
A
M
R
_
_
_
3
GAMMA2
M
U
T
E
_
_
_
0
MUTE OFF
G
A
M
R
_
_
_
4
CUSTOM
M
U
T
E
_
_
_
1
MUTE ON
G
A
M
V
_
_
_
1
STANDARD
A
A
B
L
_
*
*
*
BALANCE (30 – 30)
G
A
M
V
_
_
_
2
GAMMA1
A
A
T
E
_
*
*
*
TREBLE (30 – 30)
G
A
M
V
_
_
_
3
GAMMA2
A
A
B
A
_
*
*
*
BASS (30 – 30)
G
A
M
V
_
_
_
4
CUSTOM
A
A
R
E
_
_
_
0
AUDIO DISPLAY
A
A
R
E
_
_
_
1
RESET
S
Y
S
E
_
_
_
0
DISPLAY
R
A
P
I
_
*
*
*
CONTRAST (30 – 30)
I
M
B
K
_
_
_
0
BLACK SCREEN OFF
R
A
B
R
_
*
*
*
BRIGHT (30 – 30)
I
M
B
K
_
_
_
1
BLACK SCREEN ON
R
A
R
D
_
*
*
*
RED (30 – 30)
I
M
B
O
_
_
_
0
BLACK SCREEN DISPLAY OFF
R
A
B
E
_
*
*
*
BLUE (30 – 30)
I
M
B
O
_
_
_
1
BLACK SCREEN DISPLAY ON
R
A
R
E
_
_
_
0
INPUT 1 DISPLAY
M
E
M
S
_
_
_
*
SAVE SETTING (1–7)
R
A
C
O
_
*
*
*
COLOR (30 – 30)
M
E
M
L
_
_
_
*
SELECT SETTING (1–7)
R
A
T
I
_
*
*
*
TINT (30 – 30)
R
A
S
R
_
_
_
1
NORMAL
R
A
S
H
_
*
*
*
SHARPNESS (30 – 30)
R
A
S
R
_
_
_
2
WIDE/FIT TO SCREEN
R
A
R
E
_
_
_
1
RESET
R
A
S
R
_
_
_
3
DOT BY DOT
R
B
P
I
_
*
*
*
CONTRAST (30 – 30)
R
A
S
R
_
_
_
4
DOT BY DOT (WIDE)
R
B
B
R
_
*
*
*
BRIGHT (30 – 30)
R
B
S
R
_
_
_
1
NORMAL
R
B
R
D
_
*
*
*
RED (30 – 30)
R
B
S
R
_
_
_
2
WIDE/FIT TO SCREEN
R
B
B
E
_
*
*
*
BLUE (30 – 30)
R
B
S
R
_
_
_
3
DOT BY DOT
R
B
R
E
_
_
_
0
INPUT 2 DISPLAY
R
B
S
R
_
_
_
4
DOT BY DOT (WIDE)
R
B
C
O
_
*
*
*
COLOR (30 – 30)
R
A
S
V
_
_
_
1
NORMAL
R
B
T
I
_
*
*
*
TINT (30 – 30)
R
A
S
V
_
_
_
2
WIDE
R
B
S
H
_
*
*
*
SHARPNESS (30 – 30)
R
A
S
V
_
_
_
3
DOT BY DOT
R
B
R
E
_
_
_
1
RESET
N
F
I
L
_
_
_
0
FILTER OFF
A
A
D
J
_
_
_
0
AUTO SYNC OFF
N
F
I
L
_
_
_
1
FILTER ON
A
A
D
J
_
_
_
1
AUTO SYNC ON
A
D
J
S
_
_
_
1
AUTO SYNC START
INPUT
ADJUSTMENT
SCREEN SETTING
INPUT GAMMA
SELECTION
VIDEO GAMMA
SELECTION
VIDEO
CONFIRMATION
BLACK SCREEN
SCREEN MODE
MEMORY
INPUT1 RESIZE
INPUT2 RESIZE
VIDEO RESIZE
NOISE FILTER
INPUT AUTO
SYNCHRONIZATION
CONTROL
CONTENTS
CONTROL ITEM
Appendix
• If a dash (_) appears in the parameter column, enter a space. If an asterisk (*) appears, enter a value in the range indicated
in brackets under CONTROL CONTENTS.
• INPUT ADJUSTMENT can only be set in the displayed computer mode.
• Noise may appear when used with certain computers. Set the NOISE FILTER to ON using the RS-232C command.
52
Wired Remote Control Terminal Specifications
Specifications of wired remote control input
• ø3.5 mm minijack
• External: 5 V (1 A)
• Internal: GND
Function and transmission codes
No.
Control Item
System Code
(Function)
Data Code
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
External Code
No.
Control Item
C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15
System Code
(Function)
Data Code
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
External Code
C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15
1
POWER ON
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
12 IrCOM
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
2
POWER OFF
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
13 INPUT
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
3
VOLUME 1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
14 FREEZE
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
4
VOLUME 1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
15 ENLARGE
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
5
MUTE
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
16 AUTO SYNC
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
6
MENU
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
17 ADJUST ∂
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
7
LENS
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
18 ADJUST ƒ
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
8
TOOLS
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
19 ADJUST ß
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
9
BLACK SCREEN
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
20 ADJUST ©
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
10 ENTER
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
21 RESIZE
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
11 UNDO
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
22 GAMMA
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
Wired remote control function code
• To operate the mouse, left-click and right-click functions
through the wired remote control input, connect the cable
from the WIRED REMOTE control input terminal on the
projector to the remote control. The codes for these functions
are complex and are, therefore, not listed here.
LSB
C1
1
MSB
System Code
C5
C6
1
0
*
0
1
Data Code
*
*
*
*
*
C13
C14
C15
*
1
0
*
• System codes C1 to C5 are fixed at “10110”.
• Codes C14 and C15 are reverse confirmation bits, with “10”
indicating “Front” and “01” indicating “Rear”.
Sharp remote control signal format
Transmission format: 15-bit format
D
D
D
D
D
D
67.5 ms
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
67.5 ms
Wave form of output signal: Output using Pulse Position Modulation
t
T1
T0
“1”
“0”
26.4 µs
“0”
“0”
“0”
“1”
“0”
t
D
•t
264 µs
1.05 ms
• T0
• T1
2.10 ms
• Pulse carrier frequency
• Duty ratio
1:1
455/12 kHz
Transmission control code
15 bit
C1
C2
C3
C4
System Address
Appendix
D to D Common Data Bit
53
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
Example of Reverse D to
C10
Function Key Data Bit
C11
C12
C13
Data
Expansion
Reverse in D
C14
Mask
C15
Data
Determination
D
D
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
Input Signals (Recommended Timing)
The computer output signal timing of different types of computer signals are shown below for reference.
For IBM and compatibles
For Macintosh Series
VIDEO SIGNAL
VIDEO SIGNAL
HORIZONTAL
SYNC SIGNAL
a
b
c
d
e
C-SYNC(H)
VIDEO SIGNAL
a
VERTICAL
SYNC SIGNAL
e = 2 dot
d
b c
VIDEO SIGNAL
w
x
z
y
C-SYNC(V)
w
x
z
y
V-SYNC
The following is a list of compatible VESA standards. Please note that this projector also accepts signals outside
of the VESA standards.
• Depending on the mode selected, the projector may clearly display images under 130 Hz.
HSYNC
MODE
VESA
Standard
VGA
Industry
Standard
VESA
Standard
VESA
Guidelines
SVGA
VESA
Standard
Industry
Standard
VESA
Guidelines
XGA
VIDEO
FRONT
PORCH
a
SYNC
b
BACK
PORCH
c
VIDEO
PERIOD
d
dot
dot
dot
dot
dot
1H
(abcd)
VSYNC
LEVEL
FRONT
PORCH
w
SYNC
x
BACK
PORCH
y
VIDEO
PERIOD
z
1V
(wxyz)
1dot
1/H
1/dot
1/V
µs
ns
kHz
MHz
H
H
H
H
H
ms
Hz
dot
line
640
350
32
64
96
640
832
26.4
31.7
37.861
31.500
32
3
60
350
445
11.8
85.080
640
400
32
64
96
640
832
26.4
31.7
37.861
31.500
1
3
41
400
445
11.8
85.080
720
400
36
72
108
720
936
26.4
28.2
37.927
35.500
1
3
42
400
446
11.8
85.039
640
480
8
96
40
640
800
31.8
39.7
31.469
25.175
2
2
25
480
525
16.7
59.940
640
480
16
40
120
640
832
26.4
31.7
37.861
31.500
1
3
20
480
520
13.7
72.809
640
480
16
64
120
640
840
26.7
31.7
37.500
31.500
1
3
16
480
500
13.3
75.000
640
480
56
56
80
640
832
23.1
27.8
43.269
36.000
1
3
25
480
509
11.8
85.008
800
600
24
72
128
800
1,024
28.4
27.8
35.156
36.000
1
2
22
600
625
17.8
56.250
800
600
40
128
88
800
1,056
26.4
25.0
37.879
40.000
1
4
23
600
628
16.6
60.317
800
600
56
120
64
800
1,040
20.8
20.0
48.077
50.000
37
6
23
600
666
13.9
72.188
800
600
16
80
160
800
1,056
21.3
20.2
46.875
49.500
1
3
21
600
625
13.3
75.000
800
600
32
64
152
800
1,048
18.6
17.8
53.674
56.250
1
3
27
600
631
11.8
85.061
1,024
768
1,024
768
1,024
768
1,024
1,024
LEVEL
TYPE
8
176
56
1,024
1,264
28.2
22.3
35.522
44.900
0
4
20
768
817
23.0
43.479
24
136
160
1,024
1,344
20.7
15.4
48.363
65.000
3
6
29
768
806
16.7
60.004
24
136
144
1,024
1,328
17.7
13.3
56.476
75.000
3
6
29
768
806
14.3
70.069
768
16
96
176
1,024
1,312
16.7
12.7
60.023
78.750
1
3
28
768
800
13.3
75.029
768
48
96
208
1,024
1,376
14.6
10.6
68.677
94.500
1
3
36
768
808
11.8
84.997
1,152
864
64
128
256
1,152
1,600
14.8
9.3
67.500
108.000
1
3
32
864
900
13.3
75.000
1,280
960
96
112
312
1,280
1,800
16.7
9.3
60.000
108.000
1
3
36
960
1,000
16.7
60.000
1,280
960
64
160
224
1,280
1,728
11.6
6.7
85.938
148.500
1
3
47
960
1,011
11.8
85.002
1,280
1,024
48
112
248
1,280
1,688
15.6
9.3
63.981
108.000
1
3
38
1,024
1,066
16.7
60.020
1,280
1,024
16
144
248
1,280
1,688
12.5
7.4
79.976
135.000
1
3
38
1,024
1,066
13.3
75.025
1,280
1,024
64
160
224
1,280
1,728
11.0
6.3
91.146
157.500
1
3
44
1,024
1,072
11.8
85.024
1,600
1,200
64
192
304
1,600
2,160
13.3
6.2
75.000
162.000
1
3
46
1,200
1,250
16.7
60.000
1,600
1,200
64
192
304
1,600
2,160
12.3
5.7
81.250
175.500
1
3
46
1,200
1,250
15.4
65.000
1,600
1,200
64
192
304
1,600
2,160
11.4
5.3
87.500
189.000
1
3
46
1,200
1,250
14.3
70.000
1,600
1,200
64
192
304
1,600
2,160
10.7
4.9
93.750
202.500
1
3
46
1,200
1,250
13.3
75.000
1,600
1,200
64
192
304
1,600
2,160
9.4
4.4
106.250
229.500
1
3
46
1,200
1,250
11.8
85.000
0.7 Vp-p
R•G•B
75 Ω load
TTL
LEVEL
TTL
SXGA
VESA
Standard
Appendix
UXGA
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Input Signals (Recommended Timing)
HSYNC
MODE
FRONT
PORCH
a
SYNC
b
BACK
PORCH
c
VIDEO
PERIOD
d
VSYNC
1H
(abcd)
1dot
1/H
1/dot
LEVEL
FRONT
PORCH
w
SYNC
x
BACK
PORCH
y
VIDEO
PERIOD
z
1V
(wxyz)
1/V
dot
line
dot
dot
dot
dot
dot
µs
ns
kHz
MHz
H
H
H
H
H
ms
Hz
13 Monitor
640
480
64
64
96
640
864
28.6
33.1
35.000
30.2400
3
3
39
480
525
15.0
66.670
16 Monitor
832
624
31
65
224
832
1,152
20.1
17.5
49.693
57.246
1
3
39
624
667
13.4
74.502
19 Monitor
1,024
768
35
96
173
1,024
1,328
16.7
12.5
60.000
79.760
3
3
30
768
804
13.4
74.700
21 Monitor
1,152
870
36
128
140
1,152
1,456
14.5
10.0
68.887
100.300
3
3
39
870
915
13.3
75.287
66Hz
1,152
900
29
128
195
1,152
1,504
14.8
10.8
61.795
92.940
2
4
31
900
937
14.3
69.950
76Hz
1,152
900
16
96
208
1,152
1,472
13.9
9.5
71.713
105.561
2
8
33
900
943
13.1
76.048
84Hz
1,152
900
24
96
168
1,024
1,312
14.1
10.8
70.838
92.940
2
8
33
800
843
11.9
84.031
480I
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
15.734
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
59.940
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
31.469
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
59.940
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
44.955
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
59.740
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
33.716
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
59.940
Macintosh™
SUN
VIDEO
640
480
480P
640
480
720P
1,280
720
1080I
1,920
1,080
DTV
LEVEL
TYPE
R•G•B
0.7 Vp-p
75 Ω load
R • G • B/
COMPONENT
TTL
LEVEL
TTL
Appendix
• This projector may not be able to display images from notebook computers in simultaneous (CRT/LCD) mode. Should this
occur, turn off the LCD display on the notebook computer and output the display data in “CRT only” mode. Details on how
to change display modes can be found in your notebook computer’s operation manual.
• This projector can receive 640 350 VESA format VGA signals, however, “640 400” will appear on the screen.
• When receiving 1,600 1,200 VESA format UXGA signals, sampling occurs and the image is displayed with 1,024 lines,
causing part of the image to be blocked.
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Specifications
Product type
Model
Video system
Display method
LCD panel
Lens
Projection lamp
Contrast ratio
Video input signal
S-video input signal
Component input signal
Horizontal resolution
Audio output
Computer RGB input signal
Pixel clock
Vertical frequency
Horizontal frequency
Computer control signal
Speaker system
Rated voltage
Input current
Rated frequency
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Cabinet
I/R carrier frequency
Laser pointer of remote control
Dimensions (approx.)
Weight (approx.)
Supplied accessories
Replacement parts
LCD Projector
XG-NV6XM
PAL/SECAM/NTSC 3.58/NTSC 4.43/DTV 480P/DTV 720P/DTV 1080I
LCD panel 3, RGB optical shutter method
Panel size: 33 mm (1.3) (20.0 [H] 26.6 [W] mm)
Display method: Translucent TN liquid crystal panel
Drive method: TFT (Thin Film Transistor) Active Matrix panel
No. of dots: 786,432 dots (1,024 [H] 768 [V])
1–1.3 zoom lens, F1.7–2.3, f
49.1–63.8 mm
150 W UHP lamp
250:1
RCA Connector: VIDEO, composite video, 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Ω terminated
RCA Connector: AUDIO, 0.5 Vrms more than 22 kΩ (stereo)
4-pin Mini DIN connector
Y (luminance signal): 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Ω terminated
C (chrominance signal): Burst 0.286 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminated
BNC Connector (INPUT 1)
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Ω terminated
PB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminated
PR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminated
520 TV lines (video input), 750 TV lines (DTV 720P input, Dot by Dot)
2 W 2 W (stereo)
15-PIN MINI D-SUB CONNECTOR (INPUT 1, 2), 5 BNC CONNECTOR (INPUT 1):
RGB separate/composite sync/sync on green type analog input: 0–0.7 Vp-p, positive,
75 Ω terminated
STEREO MINIJACK: AUDIO, 0.5 Vrms, more than 22 kΩ (stereo)
HORIZONTAL SYNC. SIGNAL: TTL level (positive/negative) or composite sync (Apple only)
VERTICAL SYNC. SIGNAL: Same as above
12–230 MHz
43–200 Hz
15–126 kHz
9-pin Mini DIN male connector (RS-232C Input Port)
1 31⁄32 (5 cm) round 2
AC 110–120/220–240 V
2.4 A/1.2 A
50/60 Hz
265 W
5°C to 40°C
20°C to 60°C
Plastic
38 kHz
Wave length: 650 nm / Max. output: 1 mW / Class II Laser Product
261 129 356 mm (W H D) (main body only)
261 146 411.5 mm (W H D) (including adjustment feet and projecting parts)
7.2 kg
Remote control, Two AA size batteries, Power cord (3.6 m), Computer cable (3 m), Three
BNC-RCA adaptors, Computer audio cable (3 m), Mouse control serial cable (1 m), Mouse
control cable for IBM PS/2 (1 m), Mouse control cable for Mac (17 cm), DIN-D-sub RS232C cable (15 cm), Remote mouse receiver, Extra air filter, Lens cap (attached), CDROM, LCD projector operation manual, LCD projector quick reference, Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software operation manual, Sharp Advanced Presentation Software quick
reference, IrDA driver installation instruction sheet
Standard lens unit (CLNS-0169CE01), Remote control (RRMCG1535CESA), AA size
batteries, Power cord, Computer cable (QCNW-5304CEZZ), BNC-RCA adaptors
(QPLGJ0107GEZZ), Computer audio cable (QCNW-4870CEZZ), Mouse control serial
cable (QCNW-5112CEZZ), Mouse control cable for IBM PS/2 (QCNW-5113CEZZ), Mouse
control cable for Mac (QCNW-5114CEZZ), DIN-D-sub RS-232C cable (QCNW-5288CEZZ),
Remote mouse receiver (RUNTK0661CEZZ), Air filter (PFILD0080CEZZ), Lens cap
(PCAPH1056CESA), CD-ROM, LCD projector operation manual, LCD projector quick
reference, Sharp Advanced Presentation Software operation manual, Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software quick reference, IrDA driver installation instruction sheet
This unit has some inactive TFTs within acceptable tolerances which
may result in illuminated or inactive dots on the picture screen. This
will not affect the picture quality or the life expectancy of the unit.
Appendix
This SHARP projector uses LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) panels. These
very sophisticated panels contain 786,432 pixels ( RGB) TFTs (Thin
Film Transistors). As with any high technology electronic equipment
such as large screen TVs, video systems and video cameras, there
are certain acceptable tolerances that the equipment must conform
to.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Dimensions
Rear View
60.5
55.5
282
356
53 19.5
Top View
Side View
261
29
17
71
129
Front View
199
Appendix
Bottom View
Units: mm
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Guide to Effective Presentations
Electronic presentations are one of the most effective
tools presenters can use to persuade an audience.
There are several ways to enhance your presentation
and maximise your effectiveness. The following are
guidelines to help you create and deliver a dynamic
presentation.
a. Types of Presentations
Computer Presentations
• To present basic information such as graphs, spreadsheets,
documents and images, use word processing and spreadsheet
applications.
• To convey more complex information and create more dynamic
presentations which allow you to control the pace of your delivery,
utilise software such as Astound®, Freelance®, Persuasion® or
PowerPoint®.
• For high-end multimedia and interactive presentations, use software
such as Macromedia Director®.
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25
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15
10
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• Astound®, Freelance®, Persuasion®, PowerPoint® and Macromedia
Director® are trademarks of their respective companies.
Video Presentations
Use of video equipment, such as a VCR, DVD player and laser disc
player, can be effective for delivering instructional or illustrative
information that is difficult to present.
Digital Cameras and Personal Digital Assistants
(PDAs)
For highly compact and portable presentations, still cameras, digital
video cameras, document cameras and PDAs are ideal for transferring
data without cumbersome conversions.
Multimedia Presentations
You can integrate all of the above methods for a full multimedia
presentation including video, audio, computer applications and World
Wide Web information.
Wireless Presentations
Use any IrDA/IrTran-P compatible source such as a laptop, digital
camera or PDA to project still images quickly and effortlessly without
the use of cables.
b. Creative Presentations
Oftentimes presenters do not take advantage of the many
subtle ways they can manipulate their electronic slides to more
effectively persuade the audience.
Colour has a great effect on the audience during a
presentation. When used correctly and legibly, studies show
that background & foreground colours establish an emotional
tone for a presentation, help viewers understand and retain
information, and influence an audience to take a desired
course of action.
Yellow
on Black
• Choose legible colours.
• Text and graphics colours need sufficient contrast.
• Use darker colours for the background since a lighter background
can create uncomfortable glare. (Yellow on black creates an ideal
contrast.)
Appendix
Colour Considerations
58
Guide to Effective Presentations
• Background colours can subconsciously affect the
audience:
Red
Blue
Green
Black
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on from SHA
Presentati
type of
es in any
on mistak
of type fonts
most comm
selection
One of the
visual is the or hard to read.
thin,
presentation
small, too
that are too
Red—increases viewers’ pulse and breathing and
encourages risk taking but can also be associated with
financial loss.
Blue—has a calming and conservative affect on the
audience but can also create boredom among corporate
audiences that are often inundated with this background
colour.
Green—stimulates interaction.
Black—conveys finality and certainty. Use it as a transitional
colour between slides when moving from one idea to
another.
• Foreground colours create a major impact on how well an
audience understands and remembers a message.
• Use one or two bright colours for emphasis.
• Highlight important messages.
• The eye has a difficult time reading certain coloured text on
certain coloured backgrounds. For example, text and
background colours in red and green, and blue and black
make for difficult viewing.
• Colourblind individuals may find it difficult to distinguish
between red and green, brown and green, and purple and
blue. Avoid using these colours together.
Fonts
• One of the most common mistakes in any type of
presentation visual is the selection of type fonts that are too
small, too thin, or too difficult to read.
• If you are not sure how well a given font will read on a screen
at various sizes, try this: Draw a 15 cm 20 cm box on a
piece of paper and print out several lines of text inside the
box with your computer printer at 300 or 600 dpi resolution.
Vary the sizes of text to simulate headline, body and text
call-outs for any charts or graphs. Hold the printout at arm’s
length. This is how your text will look on a 1.2 meters-wide
screen at 3 meters, on a 2.3 meters-wide screen at 6.1
meters and a 3.7 meters-wide screen at 9.1 meters. If you
cannot read the text easily, you should put less copy on
your visuals or use larger typefaces.
• Design your visuals so that they are visible by the viewer in
the last row.
• Nothing will ruin your presentation faster than misspelled
words. Take the time to proofread and edit your work before
your visuals become a permanent part of your presentation.
Appendix
Sans-serif
Serif
59
• Mixed case text is easier to read than text which is displayed
in capital letters.
• Another important attribute of fonts is whether any particular
face is serif or sans-serif. Serifs are small, usually horizontal
cross strokes that are added to the end of a letter’s main
strokes. Because of their ability to coax the eye along the
line of type, fonts with serifs are generally acknowledged to
be more readable.
Guide to Effective Presentations
Good
Bad
Good
c. Set-Up
When giving a presentation, you need to set the stage both
figuratively and literally for success. The way you set up a
presentation room will have a great impact on the audience’s
perception of you and your message. By manipulating the
placement and use of the following tools, you will improve the
impact of your presentation.
Presentation from SHARP
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25
20
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10
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Lighting—Good lighting is an important component of a
successful presentation. You should strive to create an unequal
distribution of light. An audience should always see as much
of the presenter’s face as possible, so most of the light should
be focused on you. Because it is important for you to be able
to read the audience’s faces and body language, some light
should be shed upon them. However, no light should shine
on the screen.
Stage— When presenting on the same level surface that your
audience is on, most people can only see the top one-third of
your body. Therefore, it is recommended that when giving a
presentation to an audience of 25 or more, you stand on a
stage or platform. As more of your body is visible, the easier
it is to communicate with an audience.
Podiums—The best presenters avoid podiums because they
hide 75% of the body and restrict movement. However, many
people feel more comfortable with a podium to hold their notes
and hide their discomfort. If you must use a podium, angle it
at 45 degrees to the audience so that you are not completely
hidden.
Visuals—It is imperative that you make sure your visuals are
large enough and projected far enough for the audience to
see. Eight times the height of an image is the optimal viewing
distance to read 24 point type. The bottom of a screen should
be at least 1.8 meters above the floor.
Screen—The screen should always be in the centre of the
room so that all audience members can see it. Because people
read from left to right, you should always stand to the
audience’s left when discussing visuals.
Seating—Arrange seating according to the dynamics of your
presentation. If the presentation is more than half-a-day, use
classroom style seating—a chair and a desk. If you would
like to encourage audience interaction, use chevron seating,
angling the chairs into a “V” shape. When you have a very
small audience, a “U” shaped arrangement will increase
interchange.
Appendix
60
Guide to Effective Presentations
d. Rehearsing & Delivery
• The best time to rehearse is the day or evening before,
not a couple of hours before, and the best place to
rehearse is in the actual room. Rehearsing a speech
in a small office is not the same as standing up in
front of 100 people in a hotel ballroom or classroom.
• Due to varying processor speeds of computers,
practice your slide transitions for proper timing.
• Whenever possible, set up your equipment well in
advance to allow adequate time to resolve any
unexpected issues such as lighting, power, seating
and audio.
• Thoroughly check every piece of equipment you bring
along. Make sure you have fresh batteries in your
remote controls and laptop computer. Fully charge
your computer’s battery before the presentation and
connect your AC adaptor for added safety.
• Make sure you are completely familiar with the control
panel on your projector and remote controls.
• If you are using a microphone, check it out before
hand and walk around to see where you might have
problems with feedback. Avoid standing in these
problem areas during your presentation.
e. Presentation Tips
Appendix
• Before beginning, visualise yourself delivering an
outstanding presentation.
• Know your speech, memorising at least the first three
minutes of your presentation will allow you to focus
on your rhythm and pacing.
• Speak to early arrivals to help you build a rapport
with the audience and make you feel more
comfortable.
• Do not be overly dependent on your visuals by reciting
what your audience is already reading. Know your
material well enough to be able to deliver the
presentation with ease. Use your visuals to emphasise
keypoints.
• Be sure to project your voice clearly and use eye
contact to maintain audience attention.
• Do not wait until halfway through your presentation to
get your point across. If you wait and try to create a
“build-up”, you may lose some of your audience along
the way.
• Keep your audience’s attention. As most people only
focus for 15 to 20 minutes during a one-hour
presentation, it is important to recapture their attention
periodically. Use phrases like, “This is critical to my
point” or “This is absolutely fundamental” to remind
them you are saying something they need to hear.
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Glossary
Appendix
Aspect ratio
Width and height ratio of an image. The normal aspect ratio of a computer and video image is 4 : 3. There are also wide
images with an aspect ratio of 16 : 9 and 21 : 9.
Auto sync
Optimises projected computer images by automatically adjusting certain characteristics.
Background
Initial setting image projected when no signal is being input.
Clock
Clock adjustment is used to adjust vertical noise when clock level is incorrect.
Compatibility
Ability to use with various image signal modes.
Composite sync
Signal combining horizontal and vertical sync pulses.
Digital keystone correction
Function to digitally correct a distorted image when the projector is set up at an angle.
Dot by dot
Mode that projects images in their native resolution.
DTV
The umbrella term used to describe the new digital television system in the united states.
Fit to screen
Function to adjust an image without keeping a native aspect ratio other than 4 : 3, and project it in a 4 : 3 ratio.
Freeze
Function to freeze a moving image.
GUI
Graphical User Interface. User interface with graphics that allow easier operation.
I/P conversion
Function to convert an image between “Interlaced” and “Progressive” scan displays.
Intelligent compression and expansion
High quality resizing of lower and higher resolution images to fit the projector’s native resolution.
IrCOM
Function to transmit still images from a computer, hand-held PC or digital still camera via infrared communication for
“Wireless Presentations”.
IrDA
Standard protocol for wireless communication.
IrTran-P
Standard format (protocol) for transmission of images.
Magnification
Digitally zooms in on a portion of an image.
PDF
Portable Document Format. Documentation format used to transfer text and images from the CD-ROM.
Phase
Phase shift is a timing shift between isomorphic signals with the same resolution. When phase level is incorrect, the
projected image typically displays horizontal flicker.
Presentation tools
Helpful tools used to emphasise keypoints throughout a presentation.
RS-232C
Function to control the projector from the computer by using the RS-232C ports on the projector and computer.
Startup image
The image displayed when the projector is turned on.
Status function
Displays the settings of each adjustment item.
Sync
Synchronises the resolution and phase shift of two signals. When receiving an image with a resolution different from that of
the computer, the projected image may be distorted.
Sync on green
Video signal mode of a computer which overlaps horizontal and vertical sync signal to green colour signal pin.
Wireless mouse
Function to operate the mouse control of the computer with the supplied remote control.
XGA resolution
The resolution with 1,024 768 pixels that uses the signal of an IBM/AT compatible (DOS/V) computer.
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Index
A
AC socket .........................................................................
ADJUSTMENT buttons .....................................................
Air filter .............................................................................
Aspect ratio ......................................................................
Audio adjustments ...........................................................
AUDIO INPUT 1 terminal .................................................
AUDIO INPUT 2 terminal .................................................
AUDIO INPUT terminals ...................................................
AUDIO OUTPUT terminal .................................................
Automatic power shutoff function ....................................
Auto sync adjustment ......................................................
AUTO SYNC button ..........................................................
L
11
23
46
36
28
11
11
13
14
38
30
29
B
Background .....................................................................
BACKLIGHT button ..........................................................
BLACK SCREEN button ...................................................
BNC-RCA adaptors ..........................................................
41
22
37
13
C
Carrying handle ...............................................................
Ceiling-mount ...................................................................
CeilingRear ...................................................................
Clock ................................................................................
Computer audio cable .....................................................
Computer cable ...............................................................
Cooling fan (Exhaust vent) ...............................................
Cooling fan (Intake vent) ..................................................
49
20
42
29
11
11
5
7
Digital keystone correction .............................................. 3
DIN-D-sub RS-232C cable ............................................... 14
Dot by dot ........................................................................ 36
DTV .................................................................................. 3
E
ENLARGE button ............................................................. 34
ENTER button ................................................................... 23
Extra air filter .................................................................... 10
F
11
36
19
33
G
GAMMA button ................................................................ 35
GUI (Graphical User Interface) ........................................ 23
Appendix
I
INPUT 1 port ....................................................................
INPUT 1 terminals ............................................................
INPUT 2 port ....................................................................
INPUT button ....................................................................
Intelligent compression and expansion ...........................
I/P conversion ..................................................................
IrCOM ...............................................................................
IrCOM button ...................................................................
IrCOM sensors .................................................................
IrDA ..................................................................................
IrTran-P .............................................................................
M
MENU button ....................................................................
MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch .........................................
MOUSE buttons ...............................................................
Mouse control cable for IBM PS/2 ...................................
Mouse control cable for Mac ...........................................
Mouse control serial cable ...............................................
MUTE button ....................................................................
23
21
22
15
15
15
17
O
On-screen display language ........................................... 26
OUTPUT port ................................................................... 7
P
PDF ..................................................................................
Phase ...............................................................................
Picture adjustments .........................................................
POWER buttons ...............................................................
Power cord .......................................................................
POWER indicator .............................................................
Presentation tools .............................................................
11
12
11
17
3
39
25
25
25
58
58
Rear projection .................................................................
Remote control .................................................................
Remote control sensor .....................................................
Remote control signal transmitter ....................................
Remote mouse receiver ...................................................
RESIZE button ..................................................................
RIGHT-CLICK button ........................................................
RS-232C port ...................................................................
6
29
27
17
11
16
43
20
21
21
8
21
36
22
14
S
Sharp Advanced Presentation Software (SAPS) ..............
Speakers ..........................................................................
Startup image ..................................................................
Status function .................................................................
S-VIDEO INPUT terminal ..................................................
Sync .................................................................................
Sync on green ..................................................................
25
7
41
44
13
30
50
T
TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator ............................... 47
TOOLS button .................................................................. 43
U
UNDO button ................................................................... 19
V
VIDEO INPUT terminal ..................................................... 13
VOLUME buttons ............................................................. 17
W
Wired remote control input ............................................... 22
WIRED REMOTE control input terminal ........................... 22
Wireless mouse ................................................................ 21
K
X
Kensington Security Standard connector ........................ 48
XGA resolution .................................................................
63
47
22
5
22
19
49
R
D
15 pin/BNC switch ...........................................................
Fit to screen .....................................................................
Foot releases ....................................................................
FREEZE button .................................................................
LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator ......................................
LASER POINTER button ...................................................
Laser pointer window .......................................................
LEFT-CLICK button ..........................................................
LENS button .....................................................................
Lens cap ..........................................................................
3
SHARP CORPORATION
Osaka, Japan
Appendix
Printed in Japan
TINS-6842CEZZ
T2308-A
9P11-JWG
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