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Sharp Conference XG-V10WU Operating instructions
Important
Information
Setup & Connections
Operation Buttons
Basic Operation
Useful Features &
Network Function
OPERATION MANUAL
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
MODEL
LCD PROJECTOR
XG-V10WU
Appendix
Lenses are sold separately.
Important
Information
Before using the LCD projector, please read this operation manual carefully.
Introduction
ENGLISH
IMPORTANT
For your assistance in reporting the loss or theft of your
Color 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 13.
Model No.: XG-V10WU
Serial No.:
There are two important reasons for prompt warranty registration of your new SHARP LCD Projector,
using the REGISTRATION CARD packed with the projector.
1. WARRANTY
This is to assure that you immediately receive the full benefit of the parts, service and labor
warranty applicable to your purchase.
2. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY ACT
To ensure that you will promptly receive any safety notification of inspection, modification, or
recall that SHARP may be required to give under the 1972 Consumer Product Safety Act, PLEASE
READ CAREFULLY THE IMPORTANT “LIMITED WARRANTY” CLAUSE.
U.S.A. ONLY
WARNING: High brightness light source. Do not stare into the beam of light, or view directly. Be especially
careful that children do not stare directly into the beam of light.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
See bottom of actual set.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE SCREWS
EXCEPT SPECIFIED USER
SERVICE SCREW.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS EXCEPT LAMP UNIT.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk or electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within a triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the product.
WARNING: FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not
expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
U.S.A. ONLY
INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the operation manual,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
U.S.A. ONLY
The enclosed computer cable must be used with the device. The cable is provided to ensure that the device
complies with FCC Class A verification.
U.S.A. ONLY
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Important
Information
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This product has been engineered and manufactured to ensure your
personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD. In order not to
defeat the safeguards incorporated into this LCD Projector, observe the following basic rules for its installation, use and
servicing. For your own protection and reliable usage of your LCD Projector, please be sure to read these “IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS” carefully before use.
1. Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the product is operated.
2. Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be retained
for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings
All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions
All operating and use instructions should be followed.
5. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
cloth for cleaning.
6. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the product
manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
7. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water–for example, near a
bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet
basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like.
8. Accessories
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious
injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the
product. Any mounting of the product should follow the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting
accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
9. Transportation
A product and cart combination
should be moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the product
and cart combination to overturn.
10. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product and
to protect it from overheating. The openings should never
be covered or blocked by placing the product on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not
be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or
rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
11. Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure
of the type of power supply to your home, consult your
product dealer or local power company. For products
intended to operate from battery power, or other sources,
refer to the operating instructions.
12. Grounding or Polarization
This product is equipped with a three-wire grounding-type
plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will
only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet,
contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do
not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug.
13. Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not
likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or
against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the product.
14. Lightning
For added protection for this product during a lightning
storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect
the cable system. This will prevent damage to the product
due to lightning and power-line surges.
15. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral
convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire
or electric shock.
16. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this product through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or
short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
17. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening
or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage
or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
18. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a. If the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into
the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the product does not operate normally by following
the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls
that are covered by the operating instructions, as an
improper adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the product to normal
operation.
e. If the product has been dropped or damaged in any
way.
f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance, this indicates a need for service.
19. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or with the same characteristics as the original
part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
shock, or other hazards.
20. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product,
ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
determine that the product is in proper operating condition.
21. Wall or Ceiling Mounting
This product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
22. Heat
This product should be situated away from heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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Important
Information
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
"COMPLIES WITH 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J"
CAUTION
LASER RADIATIONDO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
WAVE LENGTH : 650nm
MAX. OUTPUT : 1mW
CLASS II LASER PRODUCT
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
SHARP PLAZA, MAHWAH, NEW JERSEY 07430
U.S.A. ONLY
TEL : 1-800-BE-SHARP
REMOTE CONTROL
MODEL NO. : RRMCG1564CESA
DC3V (1.5VX2PCS.)
MADE IN CHINA
FABRIQUÉ AU CHINE
AVOID EXPOSURE-LASER
RADIATION IS EMITTED
FROM THIS APERTURE.
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 three 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 41°F and 104°F (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
Caution Concerning the Lamp Replacement
See “Replacing the Lamp” on pages 71 and 72.
LAMP REPLACEMENT CAUTION
BEFORE REMOVING THE SCREW, DISCONNECT
POWER CORD. HOT SURFACE INSIDE ALLOW
1 HOUR TO COOL BEFORE REPLACING THE
LAMP. SEE OPERATION MAN UAL.
Caution Concerning the Lamp Unit
Potential hazard of glass particles if lamp ruptures. In case of lamp rupture,
contact your nearest Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or
Service Center for a replacement.
See “Replacing the Lamp” on pages 71 and 72.
CAUTION LAMP MAY RUPTURE.
POTENTIAL HAZARD OF GLASS
PARTICLES. SEE OPERATION MANUAL.
ATTENTION RUPTURE POSSIBLE DE LA
LAMPE. DANGER POTENTIEL DE PARTICULES DE
VERRE. SE REPORTER AU MODE D’EMPLOI.
Cautions Concerning the Setup of the Projector
104˚F
(40˚C)
41˚F
(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. When the projector is subjected to these environments, the lens must
be cleaned more often. As long as the projector is properly maintained in this
manner, use in these environments will not reduce the overall operation life.
Please note that all internal cleaning must be performed by an Authorized
Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or Service Center.
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 4 inches (10 cm) of space between the 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.
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Important
Information
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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 69, 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.
Lamp Monitor Function
When the projector is turned on after the lamp has been used for 900 hours,
“LAMP” and “ ” will flash in the lower-left corner of the picture to advise you
to replace the lamp. Check the “Lamp Timer” menu to confirm which lamp
has been used for 900 hours and needs to be replaced. See pages 71 and
72 for lamp replacement. If the lamp has been used for 1,000 hours, the
projector power will automatically turn off and the projector will enter standby
mode. Refer to “Lamp/Maintenance Indicators” on page 69, for details.
Using the Carrying Handle
When transporting the projector, carry it by the carrying handle on
the side.
Carrying handle
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.
• This equipment is very heavy, so to prevent injury take special care when
carrying on your own.
• Do not put down the equipment when the BNC-RCA adapters are
connected.
Using the Terminal Cover
s
• When ceiling-mounting the projector, attach the terminal cover
(supplied) to hide the connecting cables.
• Use the terminal cover to hide the connecting cables when the
projector is used on a desktop or high mounted.
1 Attach the terminal cover by aligning with the tabs on the projector.
2 Install the terminal cover using the two supplied user service
screws attached.
Optional lenses
• Lenses are sold separately.
• Be sure to have service personnel install optional lenses.
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Important
Information
Outstanding Features
1. High-end LCD Projector with Ultra High Brightness
• 200 W UHP Lamps
Uses two 200 W UHP lamps for excellent color uniformity and ultra high brightness.
• Newly developed prism enables efficient combination of light from two lamps.
A light axis separation and synthesis prism developed by Sharp enables the efficient
combination of light from the two lamps.
• Single-/Double-lamp Switching Feature
Projection can continue without interruption even if one
lamp burns out. Lamps can be used separately to double
the usage time.
2. Computer Compatibility
• Compatible with resolutions including VGA-XGA (expanded), SXGA (true
resolution) and UXGA (compressed) as well as DTV formats (480i, 480P, 720P
and 1080i).
3. SXGA Image Quality
• OCS LCD panel enhances color uniformity.
• Various other circuits are also used to provide high quality video images.
4. Computer & Video Integrated Composer Technology
• New Progressive Mode
I/P conversion with new algorithm used to achieve beautiful image quality.
• Enhanced Up-scaling and Digital Image Enlargement
Enables sharper image quality without jaggies even for enlarged images.
• Superior 16:9 Image
4:3 images can be converted to 16:9 images using Smart Stretch (sides stretched,
center untouched), previously not achievable with LCD projectors.
• Intelligent Digital Keystone Correction
Smoothes out jaggies on keystone images and compresses the image not only
horizontally but vertically keeping the 4 : 3 aspect ratio, and at the same time, calculates
the aspect ratio automatically adjusting to the lens shift width.
• New Intelligent Compression
Efficiently compresses UXGA (1,600 1,200) images to SXGA (1,280 1,024).
• Enhanced three-two pull down
Converts cinema mode DVD images transformed with three-two pull down enhancement
to progressive mode images for easier viewing by Film Mode.
5. 3D Digital Uniformity and Digital Convergence
• Three-Dimensional Digital Uniformity compensates
uneven picture brightness even for pictures at any
brightness level from white to dark. And, with Digital
Convergence, a slight distortion of convergence can
be easily adjusted on the service menu screen without
having to touch the LCD panel.
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Information
Outstanding Features
6. Network Capability
• Self-Diagnosis/Projector Status
Self-diagnosis/Projector status function sends e-mail
messages to a specified computer about lamp usage
time and any malfunctions.
• Multiple & Group Projector Control
Up to 250 projectors can be controlled over a network.
Projector RS-232C OUT can be used for daisy chain
connection.
• Simple Stacking and Videowall Display
Comes with software for easy stacking and videowall processing even for input from a
single source.
7. Six Optional Lenses for Maximum Flexibility
• Standard Zoom Lens, Fixed Wide Lens, Wide-Zoom
Lens, Mid-Range Zoom Lens, Tele-Zoom Lens,
Super Zoom Lens
8. Multiple Input and Output Terminals
• BNC Terminal for RGB/Component/Video Signal
• PC Digital Input (DVI)
• Expansion Terminal for Optional Boards
Board for Network Capability: RS-422 Board, LAN Board
(Soon-to-be-released)
Expansion Video Board: Serial Digital Interface (SDI) Board
9. Easy Setup
• Power Lens Shift, Power Zoom & Focus, Digital Keystone Correction
• High Speed AutoSync Technology (4 to 8 sec.)
10. Advanced Presentation Features
• Built-in Presentation Tools, Picture-in-Picture, Digital Enlargement, Freeze
• Customizable Startup Screen & Background Screen
11. Application Software
• “Sharp Advanced Presentation Software—Professional Edition” (Network and
Remote Control)
LAN
LAN
LAN
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Contents
Important Information
Operation Buttons
Setup & Connections
Introduction ............................................. 1
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ................... 2
Outstanding Features ............................. 5
Contents ................................................... 7
How to Access the PDF Operation
Manuals ............................................... 9
Part Names............................................... 10
Supplied Accessories ............................. 13
Setup &
Connections
Connections............................................. 14
Basic Operation
Power Supply ............................................
Projecting Computer Images ....................
Watching Video Images and
Laser Disc Images .................................
Watching DVD and Digital TV Images ......
For Better Sound .......................................
Power ON/OFF ..........................................
14
14
17
18
18
19
Setting Up the Screen ............................. 20
Useful Features &
Network Function
Using the Adjustment Feet ........................ 20
Adjusting the Projection Distance ............. 21
LENS Button .............................................. 29
Image Projection ..................................... 30
Appendix
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Rear Projection .......................................... 30
Projection Using a Mirror ........................... 30
Ceiling-mount Projection ........................... 30
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Operation Buttons
Using the Operation Buttons ................. 31
Selecting the Input Signal Source .............
Adjusting the Volume.................................
Muting the Sound ......................................
Superimposing a Black Screen .................
Displaying a Still Image .............................
Magnifying a Specific Portion
of an Image ..........................................
Adjusting the Picture Aspect Ratio ............
Gamma Correction Function .....................
Selecting the Remote Control Mode .........
Operating the Remote Control ..................
Connecting the Mouse Receiver ...............
Using as a Laser Pointer ...........................
Using as a Wired Remote Control .............
31
31
31
32
32
33
34
35
36
36
38
39
39
Using the GUI (Graphical User
Interface) Menu Screen ...................... 40
Lamp/Maintenance Indicators ................ 69
Lamp Maintenance .................................. 70
40
41
43
Confirming the Lamp Usage Time ............ 70
Setting the Lamp Mode ............................. 71
Replacing the Lamp .................................. 71
46
50
Replacing the Air Filter ........................... 73
Troubleshooting ...................................... 74
For SHARP Assistance (U.S.A. only) ..... 74
Operation Buttons
51
52
53
53
54
54
55
56
57
58
Guide to Effective Presentations ........... 75
Connecting Pin Assignments ................ 79
(RS-232C) Specifications and
Command Settings............................. 80
Wired Remote Control Terminal
Specifications ..................................... 83
Computer Compatibility Chart ............... 84
Dimensions .............................................. 85
Specifications .......................................... 86
Glossary ................................................... 87
Index ......................................................... 88
Useful Features &
Network Function
Useful Features &
Network Function
Appendix
Basic Operation
Basic Operations .......................................
Menu Bars .................................................
Adjusting the Picture .................................
Adjusting the Computer Images
(RGB menu only) .................................
Adjusting the Sound ..................................
Displaying Dual Pictures
(RGB menu only) .................................
Reducing Image Noise
(VIDEO menu only) ..............................
Turning On/Off the On-screen Display ......
Setting the Video Signal
(VIDEO menu only) ..............................
Selecting a Background Image .................
Selecting a Startup Image .........................
Selecting the Economy Mode ...................
Reversing/Inverting Projected Images ......
Selecting the On-screen Display
Language ............................................
Displaying the Adjustment Settings ..........
Setup & Connections
Basic Operation
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Important
Information
Contents
Useful Features ....................................... 59
59
59
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Locking the Operation Buttons
on the Projector ....................................
Deselecting Inputs ....................................
Selecting the Transmission Speed
(RS-232C) ............................................
Protecting Important Settings
with a Password ...................................
60
61
Network Function .................................... 62
62
63
63
64
65
Appendix
Setting Up the Optional Boards ................
Controling Multiple Projectors
with ID Numbers ..................................
Setting the Stacking Mode ........................
Using the Presentation Tools .....................
Operating the Network Function ...............
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Important
Information
How to Access the PDF Operation Manuals
PDF operation manuals in several languages are included in the CD-ROM. To utilize 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 program
and follow the instructions on the screen.
For Macintosh:
1
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 program
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-v10wu” folder.
Double click on the language (name of the folder)
that you want to view.
7 Double click on the “v10” 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-v10wu” folder.
Double click on the language (name of the folder)
that you want to view.
6 Double click on the “v10” 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, 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
Numbers next to the part names refer to the main pages in this manual where the topic is explained.
Projector
Front and Top View
31 MUTE button
POWER buttons (ON/OFF) 19
LENS button 29
31 VOLUME buttons (/)
40 MENU button
ADJUSTMENT buttons
40 (∂ /ƒ/ß / ©)
ENTER button 40
INPUT 1, 2, 3 button
31
31 INPUT 4, 5, 6 button
FREEZE button 32
49 AUTO SYNC button
ENLARGE button 33
UNDO button 40
34 RESIZE button
35 GAMMA button
Remote control sensor 36
4
Lens (sold separately) 21
Carrying handle
20 Adjuster
Air filter (Intake vent) 73
19 POWER indicator
69 LAMP 1 REPLACEMENT indicator
69 LAMP 2 REPLACEMENT indicator
69 TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator
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Part Names
Numbers next to the part names refer to the main pages in this manual where the topic is explained.
Projector
Speakers
Side and Rear View
Exhaust vent
3
Remote control sensor 36
LED display (ID No.) 63
14
RS-232C INPUT port/ 16
RS-232C OUTPUT port 62
68
AC socket
OUTPUT port (15-pin Mini D-sub) for INPUT 1, 2/
14
AUDIO OUTPUT terminals for INPUT 1, 2
INPUT 2 terminals/AUDIO INPUT 2 terminals 15
INPUT 1 port (15-pin Mini D-sub)/
AUDIO INPUT 1 terminals 14
INPUT 3 port (DVI)/
16
AUDIO INPUT 3 terminals
INPUT 6 EXPANSION board 62
S-VIDEO INPUT 4 terminal (4-pin Mini DIN)/
17
INPUT 4 terminals/AUDIO INPUT 4 terminals
S-VIDEO INPUT 5 terminal (4-pin Mini DIN)/ 17
INPUT 5 terminals/AUDIO INPUT 5 terminals
OUTPUT terminals for INPUT 4, 5/ 17
S-VIDEO OUTPUT terminal for INPUT 4, 5 (4-pin Mini DIN)/ 18
AUDIO OUTPUT terminals for INPUT 4, 5
19 MAIN POWER switch
DC 12V OUTPUT
WIRED REMOTE control input terminal 39
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Important
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Part Names
Remote Control
Front View
MUTE button
Top View
Remote control
signal transmitter
31
VOLUME buttons
POWER buttons
19
(ON/OFF)
31 (/)
LENS/BLACK 29
SCREEN button 32
39 LASER POINTER/
40 MENU button
3
Laser
pointer
window
Rear View
37 MOUSE/
ADJUSTMENT
40 buttons (∂/ƒ/ß/©)
RIGHT-CLICK/ 37
ENTER button 40
INPUT 1, 2, 3 button 31
31 INPUT 4, 5, 6 button
1.2.3
4.5.6
FREEZE button 32
49 AUTO SYNC button
ENLARGE button 33
37 LEFT-CLICK/
UNDO
40 button
34 RESIZE button
TOOLS button 64
35 GAMMA button
MOUSE/
ADJUSTMENT 36
switch
37 BACKLIGHT button
Conference Series
Bottom
BottomView
View
39
Wired remote control
input
Inserting the batteries
1
Press in on the arrow
mark and slide in the
direction of the arrow to
remove the battery cover.
Battery
cover
2
Insert two AA size
batteries, making sure
the polarities match the
and marks inside
the battery compartment.
Battery
compartment
3
Insert the side tabs of
the battery cover into the
slots and press the
cover in until it is
properly seated.
Battery
cover
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Supplied Accessories
Remote control
RRMCG1564CESA
Two AA size batteries
RGB cable
QCNW-5304CEZZ
Remote mouse receiver
RUNTK0673CEZZ
PS/2 mouse control cable
QCNW-5113CEZZ
Extra air filter
PFILD0110CEZZ
Power cord
QACCU5013CEZZ
USB mouse control cable
QCNW-5680CEZZ
Terminal cover
CCOVA1789CE01
CD-ROM
UDSKA0020CEN1
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Connections
Power Supply
Connecting the Power Cord
Setup & Connections
Plug the supplied power cord into the AC socket on the side of the projector.
Power cord
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Projecting Computer Images
Connecting the Projector to a Computer
You can connect your projector to a computer for projection of full color computer images.
Connecting to a computer using the standard 15-pin Input
RGB cable
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1 Connect one end of the supplied RGB cable to the INPUT 1 port on the
projector.
2 Connect the other end to the monitor output port on the computer. Secure the
connectors by tightening the thumb screws.
3 To use the built-in audio system, connect one end of the audio cable (sold
separately) to the AUDIO INPUT 1 terminal on the projector.
4 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.
1
• Please read the computer’s operation manual carefully before making connections.
• Refer to page 84 “Computer Compatibility Chart” 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.
• A 3.5 mm stereo minijack to stereo RCA audio cable adaptor may be necessary.
3
4
2
When connecting this projector to a computer, select “RGB” for “Signal Type”
on the GUI menu. (See page 45.)
• A Macintosh adaptor may be required for use with some Macintosh computers. Contact
your nearest Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or Service Center.
• AUDIO INPUT 1 can be used to input audio corresponding to the INPUT 1.
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Projecting Computer Images
• 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 (sold separately) 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.
Setup & Connections
Connecting to an external RGB switcher or other compatible computers using the BNC Input
(Typically used in larger installations )
1 Connect each BNC connector of a 5 BNC cable to the corresponding INPUT
2 terminals on the projector.
2 Connect the other end of the 5 BNC cable to the corresponding BNC terminals
on the external RGB switcher.
Connect the RGB switcher to the computer using a RGB cable.
3 To use the built-in audio system, connect one end of the audio cable (sold
separately) to the AUDIO INPUT 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 stereo minijack to stereo RCA audio cable adaptor may be necessary.
When connecting the projector to a compatible computer other than a 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 “RGB” for “Signal Type”
on the GUI menu. (See page 45.)
• Connecting computers other than the recommended types may result in damage to the
projector, the computer, or both.
• AUDIO INPUT 2 can be used to input audio corresponding to the INPUT 2.
3
Audio cable
(3.5 mm stereo minijack/RCA cable,
sold separately)
4 To audio output
terminal
To R (PR), G/G sync (Y), B (PB),
HD/C sync and VD output terminals
1
5 BNC cable
(sold separately)
RGB cable
RGB switcher
(sold separately)
2 To RGB switcher
RGB 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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Projecting Computer Images
Connecting to a computer using the RS-232C Port
When the RS-232C port on the projector is connected to a computer with an RS-232C cable (null modem, cross
type, sold separately), the computer can be used to control the projector and check the status of the projector.
See pages 80, 81 and 82 for details.
Setup & Connections
Connect an RS-232C cable (null modem, cross type, sold separately) to the serial port on the computer.
RGB cable
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RGB cable
Audio cable
(3.5 mm stereo minijack/RCA cable,
sold separately)
RS-232C cable (null modem,
cross type, sold separately)
CAUTION
• Do not connect or disconnect an 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 Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD
Products Dealer or Service Center.
Connecting to a computer using the direct digital input port
1 Connect one end of the DVI cable to the INPUT 3 port on the projector.
2 Connect the other end to the corresponding terminal on a computer.
3 To use the built-in audio system, connect one end of an audio cable (sold
separately) to AUDIO INPUT 3 terminal on the projector.
4 Connect the other end to the audio output terminal on the computer.
• This DVI port is DVI version 1.0 compatible. Therefore when the signal is input from copy
guard system compatible (DVI version 2.0) equipment, no signal will be received.
3
Audio cable
(3.5 mm stereo minijack/RCA cable,
sold separately)
4 To audio output terminal
DVI cable (sold separately)
2 To digital output terminal
Computer
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Watching Video Images and Laser Disc Images
Connecting to a VCR, laser disc player and other audiovisual equipment using
the BNC video Input
1 Connect each BNC connector of a component or video cable to the
corresponding BNC INPUT 4 or 5 terminals on the projector.
Setup & Connections
• BNC-RCA adaptors are needed for use with RCA type cables and sources.
2 Connect the other end of the cable to the corresponding terminals on a VCR
or laser disc player.
3 To use the built-in audio system, connect one end of an audio cable (sold
separately) to AUDIO INPUT 4 or 5 terminal on the projector.
4 Connect the other end to the audio output terminal on the video component.
The S-VIDEO INPUT terminal uses a video signal system in which the picture is
separated into a color and a luminance signal to realize a higher-quality image.
When cables are connected to both the S-VIDEO INPUT 4 or 5 and VIDEO INPUT
4 or 5 terminals, images input through the S-VIDEO INPUT 4 or 5 terminal have
priority over images input through the VIDEO INPUT 4 or 5 terminal.
• For higher quality video, you may use the S-VIDEO INPUT terminal on the projector. Svideo cable is sold separately.
• If your video equipment does not have an S-video output terminal, use a composite video
cable.
Three BNC-RCA adaptors
(Sold separately)
Video cable (sold separately)
2 To video
output terminals
or
Component cable (sold separately)
1
1
2 To analog component
output terminals
VCR
or
Laser disc player
4 To audio
output terminals
3
Audio cable
(sold separately)
S-video cable (sold separately)
To S-video output terminal
CAUTION
• Always turn off the projector before connecting to video equipment, in order to protect both the projector and the equipment
being connected.
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Watching DVD and Digital TV Images
Connecting to a DVD player, DTV decoder and other component video
equipment using the 5 BNC Input
1 Connect each BNC connector of a component cable to the corresponding
BNC INPUT 2 terminals on the projector.
Setup & Connections
• BNC-RCA adaptors are needed for use with RCA type cables and sources.
2 Connect the other end of the cable to the corresponding terminals on a DVD
player or DTV decoder.
3 To use the built-in audio system, connect one end of an audio cable (sold
separately) to the AUDIO INPUT 2 terminal on the projector.
4 Connect the other end to the audio output terminal on the DVD player or DTV
decorder.
When connecting this projector to a DVD player or DTV decoder, select
“Component” for “Signal Type” on the GUI menu. (See page 45.)
Audio cable
(sold separately)
4 To audio output terminals
3
2 To analog component
output terminals
DTV decoder
or
DVD player
Component cable (sold separately)
1
Three BNC-RCA adaptors
(Sold separately)
CAUTION
• Always turn off the projector before connecting to video
equipment, in order to protect both the projector and the
equipment being connected.
For Better Sound
Connecting to an amplifier and other audio components
CAUTION
• Always turn off the projector before connecting to audio components, in order
to protect both the projector and the components being connected.
• By using external audio components, the volume can be amplified for better sound.
• The AUDIO OUTPUT terminals allow you to output audio to audio components from the
selected AUDIO INPUT 1 to 5 terminals connected to audiovisual equipment.
To audio input terminals
Audio cable (sold separately)
Amplifier
e.g. Outputs for Inputs 4, 5
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Power ON/OFF
Turning on the Main Power
Setup & Connections
Press the MAIN POWER switch on the side of the
projector. The POWER indicator lights up red and the
projector enters standby mode.
• When the main power is not on, the remote control cannot
be used to operate the projector.
TEMP
LAMP2
2
LAMP1 POWER
1
Press POWER ON.
POWER
buttons
• 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.
1.2.3
TEMP
LAMP2
2
4.5.6
LAMP1 POWER
1
Conference Series
• After the projector is unpacked and turned on for the first
time, a slight odor may be emitted from the exhaust vent.
This odor will soon disappear with use.
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.
• When setting the lamp mode to “Lamp 1 only” or “Lamp
2 only”, only the LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator
corresponding to the lamp set is lit.
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 indicators light green.
• The POWER indicator flashes if the front filter is not securely
installed.
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Setting Up the Screen
Using the Adjustment Feet
Using the Adjustment Feet
Setup & Connections
Rotate feet to adjust height of the projector.
Up
Down
• 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.
CAUTION
• 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.
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Adjusting the Projection Distance
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.
Setup & Connections
• The projector lens should be centered in the middle of the screen. If the lens center 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 colors, making viewing
difficult. Close the curtains and dim the lights when setting up the screen in a sunny or bright room.
• A polarizing screen cannot be used with this projector.
Six optional lenses from Sharp are also available for specialized application. Please see your local Sharp Industrial
LCD Products Dealer to details on all the lenses. (Refer to the lens operation manual when attaching a lens.)
Be sure to have service personnel install optional lenses.
Throw Distance
Screen
AN-LV18MX
57 (1.7 m)
Throw distance ratio 0.9:1
AN-LV26EZ
82–96 (2.5–2.9 m)
Throw distance ratio 1.2–1.4:1
AN-LV40EZ
1210–169 (3.9–5.1 m)
Throw distance ratio 1.9–2.5:1
AN-LV36EZ
116–181 (3.5–5.5 m)
Throw distance ratio 1.7–2.7:1
AN-LV55EZ
175–247 (5.3–7.5 m)
Throw distance ratio 2.6–3.7:1
AN-LV80EZ
253–355 (7.7–10.8 m)
Throw distance ratio 3.8–5.3:1
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
(ft)
e.g. Screen size: 100 inches (254 cm)
Computer Input: 5:4
Standard Setup (Front Projection)
Place the projector at the required distance from the screen according
to the desired picture size. (See pages 22–27.)
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• Six optional lenses from Sharp are available for specialized application.
Please see your local Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer for details
on all the lenses.
Computer Input (5:4)
L
Video Input (4:3)
5
H
Video Input (16:9)
4
16
4
3
4
: Screen size (4:3)
: Picture size (5:4)
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3
4
5
: Screen size and Picture size (4:3)
: Signal mask area
9
4
5
: Screen size and Picture size (16:9)
: Signal mask area
Adjusting the Projection Distance
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Throw distance ratio
1.9 to 2.5:1
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Setup & Connections
Computer Input (5:4)
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
600
480
360
102 4 (31.2 m)
78 9 (24.0 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
3 0 (91.4 cm)
500
400
300
85 4 (26.0 m)
65 3 (19.9 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
400
320
240
68 3 (20.8 m)
52 2 (15.9 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
2 0 (61.0 cm)
300
240
180
51 2 (15.6 m)
39 1 (11.9 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
200
160
120
33 10 (10.3 m)
25 11 (7.9 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
150
120
90
25 3 (7.7 m)
19 4 (5.9 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
9.0 (22.9 cm)
100
80
60
16 9 (5.1 m)
12 10 (3.9 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
6.0 (15.2 cm)
84
67
50
14 1 (4.3 m)
10 10 (3.3 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
5.0 (12.8 cm)
72
58
43
11 10 (3.6 m)
9 2 (2.8 m)
1 10 (54.9 cm)
4.3 (11.0 cm)
60
48
36
9 10 (3.0 m)
7 7 (2.3 m)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
3.6 (9.1 cm)
40
32
24
6 7 (2.0 m)
4 11 (1.5 m)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
2.4 (6.1 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0522x 0.1166) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0401x 0.1060) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) =0.060x
Video Input (4:3)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Picture size (diag.) = Screen size (diag.) 0.96047
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
4 2 (128.0 cm)
600
480
360
109 3 (33.3 m)
84 0 (25.6 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
500
400
300
90 11 (27.7 m)
69 11 (21.3 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
400
320
240
72 10 (22.2 m)
55 9 (17.0 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
2 10 (85.3 cm)
300
240
180
54 6 (16.6 m)
41 8 (12.7 m)
200
160
120
36 1 (11.0 m)
150
120
90
100
80
84
3 6 (106.7 cm)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
27 11 (8.5 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
1 5 (42.7 cm)
26 11 (8.2 m)
20 8 (6.3 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
1 1 (32.0 cm)
60
18 1 (5.5 m)
13 9 (4.2 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
8.4 (21.3 cm)
67
50
15 1 (4.6 m)
11 6 (3.5 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
7.0 (17.9 cm)
72
58
43
12 10 (3.9 m)
9 10 (3.0 m)
1 10 (54.9 cm)
6.1 (15.4 cm)
60
48
36
10 6 (3.2 m)
8 2 (2.5 m)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
5.0 (12.8 cm)
40
32
24
6 11 (2.1 m)
5 3 (1.6 m)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
3.3 (8.5 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0557x 0.1166) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0428x 0.1060) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) =0.084x
Video Input (16:9)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
500
435
245
99 1 (30.2 m)
76 1 (23.2 m)
10 3 (311.3 cm)
7 3 (220.0 cm)
400
348
196
79 5 (24.2 m)
61 0 (18.6 m)
8 2 (249.1 cm)
5 9 (176.0 cm)
300
261
147
59 5 (18.1 m)
45 7 (13.9 m)
6 2 (186.8 cm)
200
174
98
39 4 (12.0 m)
30 2 (9.2 m)
4 1 (124.5 cm)
150
131
74
29 6 (9.0 m)
22 8 (6.9 m)
3 1 (93.4 cm)
2 2 (66.0 cm)
133
116
65
26 3 (8.0 m)
20 0 (6.1 m)
2 9 (82.8 cm)
1 11 (58.5 cm)
106
92
52
20 8 (6.3 m)
15 9 (4.8 m)
2 2 (66.0 cm)
1 6 (46.6 cm)
100
87
49
19 8 (6.0 m)
15 1 (4.6 m)
2 1 (62.3 cm)
1 5 (44.0 cm)
92
80
45
18 1 (5.5 m)
13 9 (4.2 m)
1 11 (57.3 cm)
1 4 (40.5 cm)
84
73
41
16 5 (5.0 m)
12 6 (3.8 m)
1 9 (52.3 cm)
1 3 (37.0 cm)
72
63
35
14 1 (4.3 m)
10 10 (3.3 m)
1 6 (44.8 cm)
1 0 (31.7 cm)
60
52
29
11 6 (3.5 m)
8 10 (2.7 m)
1 3 (37.4 cm)
10.4 (26.4 cm)
40
35
20
7 7 (2.3 m)
5 11 (1.8 m)
9.8 (24.9 cm)
6.9 (17.6 cm)
4 4 (132.0 cm)
2 11 (88.0 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0607x 0.1166) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0467x 0.1060) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.245x
z2 (Lower) =0.173x
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
• There is an error of 3% in the formula above.
• Values with a minus () sign indicate the distance of the lens center below the bottom of the screen.
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Adjusting the Projection Distance
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Setup & Connections
Throw distance ratio
0.9 :1
Computer Input (5:4)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
Projection distance (L)
600
480
360
35 1 (10.7 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
13 6 (411.5 cm)
500
400
300
29 2 (8.9 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
11 3 (342.9 cm)
400
320
240
23 4 (7.1 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
9 0 (274.3 cm)
300
240
180
17 5 (5.3 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
6 9 (205.7 cm)
200
160
120
11 6 (3.5 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
4 6 (137.2 cm)
150
120
90
8 6 (2.6 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
3 5 (102.9 cm)
100
80
60
5 7 (1.7 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
2 3 (68.6 cm)
84
67
50
4 11 (1.5 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
1 11 (57.6 cm)
72
58
43
3 11 (1.2 m)
1 10 (54.9 cm)
1 7 (49.4 cm)
60
48
36
3 3 (1.0 m)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
1 4 (41.1 cm)
40
32
24
2 4 (0.7 m)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
10.8 (27.4 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y = (0.0179x 0.0561) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) = 0.270x
Video Input (4:3)
Diag.
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Picture size (diag.) = Screen size (diag.) 0.96047
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
Projection distance (L)
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
600
480
360
37 5 (11.4 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
13 5 (408.4 cm)
500
400
300
31 2 (9.5 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
11 2 (340.4 cm)
400
320
240
24 11 (7.6 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
8 11 (272.3 cm)
300
240
180
18 8 (5.7 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
6 8 (204.2 cm)
200
160
120
12 6 (3.8 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
4 6 (136.1 cm)
150
120
90
9 2 (2.8 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
3 4 (102.1 cm)
100
80
60
6 3 (1.9 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
2 3 (68.1 cm)
84
67
50
5 3 (1.6 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
1 11 (57.2 cm)
72
58
43
4 3 (1.3 m)
1 10 (54.9 cm)
1 7 (49.0 cm)
60
48
36
3 7 (1.1 m)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
1 4 (40.8 cm)
40
32
24
2 4 (0.7 m)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
10.7 (27.2 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y = (0.0191x 0.0561) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) = 0.268x
Video Input (16:9)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
Projection distance (L)
500
435
245
33 10 (10.3 m)
10 3 (311.3 cm)
8 9 (267.0 cm)
400
348
196
27 3 (8.3 m)
8 2 (249.1 cm)
7 0 (213.6 cm)
300
261
147
20 4 (6.2 m)
6 2 (186.8 cm)
5 3 (160.2 cm)
200
174
98
13 5 (4.1 m)
4 1 (124.5 cm)
3 6 (106.8 cm)
150
131
74
10 2 (3.1 m)
3 1 (93.4 cm)
2 8 (80.1 cm)
133
116
65
8 10 (2.7 m)
2 9 (82.8 cm)
2 4 (71.0 cm)
106
92
52
6 11 (2.1 m)
2 2 (66.0 cm)
1 10 (56.6 cm)
100
87
49
6 7 (2.0 m)
2 1 (62.3 cm)
1 9 (53.4 cm)
92
80
45
6 3 (1.9 m)
1 11 (57.3 cm)
1 7 (49.1 cm)
84
73
41
5 7 (1.7 m)
1 9 (52.3 cm)
1 6 (44.9 cm)
72
63
35
4 7 (1.4 m)
1 6 (44.8 cm)
1 3 (38.5 cm)
60
52
29
3 11 (1.2 m)
1 3 (37.4 cm)
1 1 (32.0 cm)
40
35
20
2 7 (0.8 m)
9.8 (24.9 cm)
8.4 (21.4 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y = (0.0208x 0.0561) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.245x
z2 (Lower) = 0.210x
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
• There is an error of 3% in the formula above.
• Values with a minus () sign indicate the distance of the lens center below the bottom of the screen.
E-23
Adjusting the Projection Distance
AN-LV26EZ
Throw distance ratio
1.2 to 1.4 :1
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Setup & Connections
Computer Input (5:4)
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
600
480
360
58 5 (17.8 m)
50 6 (15.4 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
500
400
300
48 7 (14.8 m)
42 0 (12.8 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
400
320
240
38 9 (11.8 m)
33 6 (10.2 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
300
240
180
29 2 (8.9 m)
25 3 (7.7 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
200
160
120
19 4 (5.9 m)
16 9 (5.1 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
150
120
90
14 5 (4.4 m)
12 6 (3.8 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
100
80
60
9 6 (2.9 m)
8 2 (2.5 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
84
67
50
7 10 (2.4 m)
6 11 (2.1 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
72
58
43
6 11 (2.1 m)
5 11 (1.8 m)
1 10 (54.9 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
60
48
36
5 7 (1.7 m)
4 11 (1.5 m)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
40
32
24
3 7 (1.1 m)
3 3 (1.0 m)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0298x 0.0841) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0258x 0.0841) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) = 0
Video Input (4:3)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Picture size (diag.) = Screen size (diag.) 0.96047
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
11.7 (29.8 cm)
600
480
360
62 4 (19.0 m)
54 2 (16.5 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
500
400
300
51 10 (15.8 m)
44 11 (13.7 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
9.8 (24.8 cm)
400
320
240
41 4 (12.6 m)
36 1 (11.0 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
7.8 (19.8 cm)
300
240
180
31 2 (9.5 m)
26 11 (8.2 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
5.9 (14.9 cm)
200
160
120
20 8 (6.3 m)
17 9 (5.4 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
3.9 (9.9 cm)
150
120
90
15 5 (4.7 m)
13 5 (4.1 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
2.9 (7.4 cm)
100
80
60
10 2 (3.1 m)
8 10 (2.7 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
2.0 (5.0 cm)
84
67
50
8 6 (2.6 m)
7 3 (2.2 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
1.7 (4.2 cm)
72
58
43
7 3 (2.2 m)
6 3 (1.9 m)
1 10 (54.9 cm)
1.4 (3.6 cm)
60
48
36
5 11 (1.8 m)
5 3 (1.6 m)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
1.2 (3.0 cm)
40
32
24
3 11 (1.2 m)
3 3 (1.0 m)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
0.8 (2.0 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0318x 0.0841) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0276x 0.0841) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) =0.020x
Video Input (16:9)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
500
435
245
56 5 (17.2 m)
48 11 (14.9 m)
10 3 (311.3 cm)
4 4 (131.4 cm)
400
348
196
45 3 (13.8 m)
39 1 (11.9 m)
8 2 (249.1 cm)
3 5 (105.2 cm)
300
261
147
33 10 (10.3 m)
29 2 (8.9 m)
6 2 (186.8 cm)
2 7 (78.9 cm)
200
174
98
22 4 (6.8 m)
19 4 (5.9 m)
4 1 (124.5 cm)
1 9 (52.6 cm)
150
131
74
16 9 (5.1 m)
14 5 (4.4 m)
3 1 (93.4 cm)
1 4 (39.4 cm)
133
116
65
14 9 (4.5 m)
12 10 (3.9 m)
2 9 (82.8 cm)
1 2 (35.0 cm)
106
92
52
11 10 (3.6 m)
10 2 (3.1 m)
2 2 (66.0 cm)
11.0 (27.9 cm)
100
87
49
11 2 (3.4 m)
9 6 (2.9 m)
2 1 (62.3 cm)
10.4 (26.3 cm)
92
80
45
10 2 (3.1 m)
8 10 (2.7 m)
1 11 (57.3 cm)
9.5 (24.2 cm)
84
73
41
9 2 (2.8 m)
7 10 (2.4 m)
1 9 (52.3 cm)
8.7 (22.1 cm)
72
63
35
7 10 (2.4 m)
6 11 (2.1 m)
1 6 (44.8 cm)
7.4 (18.9 cm)
60
52
29
6 7 (2.0 m)
5 7 (1.7 m)
1 3 (37.4 cm)
6.2 (15.8 cm)
40
35
20
4 3 (1.3 m)
3 7 (1.1 m)
9.8 (24.9 cm)
4.1 (10.5 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0346x 0.0841) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0300x 0.0841) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.245x
z2 (Lower) =0.103x
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
• There is an error of 3% in the formula above.
• Values with a minus () sign indicate the distance of the lens center below the bottom of the screen.
E-24
Adjusting the Projection Distance
AN-LV36EZ
Setup & Connections
Throw distance ratio
1.7 to 2.7 :1
Computer Input (5:4)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
600
480
360
111 3 (33.9 m)
69 7 (21.2 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
500
400
300
92 10 (28.3 m)
58 1 (17.7 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
400
320
240
74 2 (22.6 m)
46 3 (14.1 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
300
240
180
55 5 (16.9 m)
34 9 (10.6 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
200
160
120
36 9 (11.2 m)
23 0 (7.0 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
150
120
90
27 7 (8.4 m)
17 1 (5.2 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
100
80
60
18 1 (5.5 m)
11 6 (3.5 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
84
67
50
15 1 (4.6 m)
9 6 (2.9 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
72
58
43
13 1 (4.0 m)
8 2 (2.5 m)
1 10 (54.9 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
60
48
36
10 10 (3.3 m)
6 11 (2.1 m)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
40
32
24
6 11 (2.1 m)
4 3 (1.3 m)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0568x 0.1391) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0355x 0.0804) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) = 0
Video Input (4:3)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Picture size (diag.) = Screen size (diag.) 0.96047
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
11.7 (29.8 cm)
600
480
360
118 9 (36.2 m)
74 6 (22.7 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
500
400
300
98 9 (30.1 m)
62 0 (18.9 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
9.8 (24.8 cm)
400
320
240
79 1 (24.1 m)
49 6 (15.1 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
7.8 (19.8 cm)
300
240
180
59 1 (18.0 m)
37 1 (11.3 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
5.9 (14.9 cm)
200
160
120
39 4 (12.0 m)
24 7 (7.5 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
3.9 (9.9 cm)
150
120
90
29 2 (8.9 m)
18 4 (5.6 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
2.9 (7.4 cm)
100
80
60
19 4 (5.9 m)
12 2 (3.7 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
2.0 (5.0 cm)
84
67
50
16 1 (4.9 m)
10 2 (3.1 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
1.7 (4.2 cm)
72
58
43
13 9 (4.2 m)
8 10 (2.7 m)
1 10 (54.9 cm)
1.4 (3.6 cm)
60
48
36
11 6 (3.5 m)
7 3 (2.2 m)
1 6 (45.7 cm)
1.2 (3.0 cm)
40
32
24
7 7 (2.3 m)
4 7 (1.4 m)
1 0 (30.5 cm)
0.8 (2.0 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0605x 0.1391) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0379x 0.0804) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) =0.020x
Video Input (16:9)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
500
435
245
107 11 (32.9 m)
67 7 (20.6 m)
10 3 (311.3 cm)
4 4 (131.4 cm)
400
348
196
86 3 (26.3 m)
53 10 (16.4 m)
8 2 (249.1 cm)
3 5 (105.2 cm)
300
261
147
64 8 (19.7 m)
40 4 (12.3 m)
6 2 (186.8 cm)
2 7 (78.9 cm)
200
174
98
43 0 (13.1 m)
26 11 (8.2 m)
4 1 (124.5 cm)
1 9 (52.6 cm)
150
131
74
32 2 (9.8 m)
20 0 (6.1 m)
3 1 (93.4 cm)
1 4 (39.4 cm)
133
116
65
28 3 (8.6 m)
17 9 (5.4 m)
2 9 (82.8 cm)
1 2 (35.0 cm)
106
92
52
22 8 (6.9 m)
14 1 (4.3 m)
2 2 (66.0 cm)
11.0 (27.9 cm)
100
87
49
21 4 (6.5 m)
13 1 (4.0 m)
2 1 (62.3 cm)
10.4 (26.3 cm)
92
80
45
19 4 (5.9 m)
12 2 (3.7 m)
1 11 (57.3 cm)
9.5 (24.2 cm)
84
73
41
17 9 (5.4 m)
11 2 (3.4 m)
1 9 (52.3 cm)
8.7 (22.1 cm)
72
63
35
15 1 (4.6 m)
9 6 (2.9 m)
1 6 (44.8 cm)
7.4 (18.9 cm)
60
52
29
12 6 (3.8 m)
7 10 (2.4 m)
1 3 (37.4 cm)
6.2 (15.8 cm)
40
35
20
8 2 (2.5 m)
5 3 (1.6 m)
9.8 (24.9 cm)
4.1 (10.5 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0660x 0.1391) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0413x 0.0804) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.245x
z2 (Lower) =0.103x
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
• There is an error of 3% in the formula above.
• Values with a minus () sign indicate the distance of the lens center below the bottom of the screen.
E-25
Adjusting the Projection Distance
AN-LV55EZ
Throw distance ratio
2.6 to 3.7 :1
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Setup & Connections
Computer Input (5:4)
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
600
480
360
149 11 (45.7 m)
106 11 (32.6 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
500
400
300
125 0 (38.1 m)
89 3 (27.2 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
400
320
240
99 9 (30.4 m)
71 2 (21.7 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
300
240
180
74 10 (22.8 m)
53 2 (16.2 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
200
160
120
49 6 (15.1 m)
35 5 (10.8 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
150
120
90
37 1 (11.3 m)
26 3 (8.0 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
100
80
60
24 7 (7.5 m)
17 5 (5.3 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
84
67
50
20 4 (6.2 m)
14 5 (4.4 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0765x 0.1868) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0547x 0.1862) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) = 0
Video Input (4:3)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Picture size (diag.) = Screen size (diag.) 0.96047
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
11.7 (29.8 cm)
600
480
360
160 1 (48.8 m)
114 2 (34.8 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
500
400
300
133 6 (40.7 m)
95 2 (29.0 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
9.8 (24.8 cm)
400
320
240
106 8 (32.5 m)
75 9 (23.1 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
7.8 (19.8 cm)
300
240
180
79 9 (24.3 m)
56 9 (17.3 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
5.9 (14.9 cm)
200
160
120
53 2 (16.2 m)
37 9 (11.5 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
3.9 (9.9 cm)
150
120
90
39 8 (12.1 m)
28 3 (8.6 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
2.9 (7.4 cm)
100
80
60
26 3 (8.0 m)
18 4 (5.6 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
2.0 (5.0 cm)
84
67
50
22 0 (6.7 m)
15 5 (4.7 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
1.7 (4.2 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0817x 0.1868) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0583x 0.1862) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) =0.020x
Video Input (16:9)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
500
435
245
145 4 (44.3 m)
103 8 (31.6 m)
10 3 (311.3 cm)
4 4 (131.4 cm)
400
348
196
116 2 (35.4 m)
82 8 (25.2 m)
8 2 (249.1 cm)
3 5 (105.2 cm)
300
261
147
86 11 (26.5 m)
62 0 (18.9 m)
6 2 (186.8 cm)
2 7 (78.9 cm)
200
174
98
57 9 (17.6 m)
41 0 (12.5 m)
4 1 (124.5 cm)
1 9 (52.6 cm)
150
131
74
43 4 (13.2 m)
30 6 (9.3 m)
3 1 (93.4 cm)
1 4 (39.4 cm)
133
116
65
38 5 (11.7 m)
27 3 (8.3 m)
2 9 (82.8 cm)
1 2 (35.0 cm)
106
92
52
30 2 (9.2 m)
21 4 (6.5 m)
2 2 (66.0 cm)
11.0 (27.9 cm)
100
87
49
28 7 (8.7 m)
20 4 (6.2 m)
2 1 (62.3 cm)
10.4 (26.3 cm)
92
80
45
26 3 (8.0 m)
18 8 (5.7 m)
1 11 (57.3 cm)
9.5 (24.2 cm)
84
73
41
23 11 (7.3 m)
16 9 (5.1 m)
1 9 (52.3 cm)
8.7 (22.1 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.0890x 0.1868) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0635x 0.1862) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.245x
z2 (Lower) =0.103x
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
• There is an error of 3% in the formula above.
• Values with a minus () sign indicate the distance of the lens center below the bottom of the screen.
E-26
Adjusting the Projection Distance
AN-LV80EZ
Setup & Connections
Throw distance ratio
3.8 to 5.3 :1
Computer Input (5:4)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
600
480
360
215 7 (65.7 m)
153 10 (46.9 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
500
400
300
179 6 (54.7 m)
127 11 (39.0 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
400
320
240
143 4 (43.7 m)
102 4 (31.2 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
300
240
180
107 7 (32.8 m)
76 9 (23.4 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
200
160
120
71 6 (21.8 m)
50 10 (15.5 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
150
120
90
53 6 (16.3 m)
38 1 (11.6 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
100
80
60
35 5 (10.8 m)
25 3 (7.7 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
84
67
50
21 0 (6.4 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
0 0 (0.0 cm)
29 10 (9.1 m)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.1097x 0.1593) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0784x 0.1592) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) = 0
Video Input (4:3)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Picture size (diag.) = Screen size (diag.) 0.96047
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
11.7 (29.8 cm)
600
480
360
229 8 (70.0 m)
164 1 (50.0 m)
15 0 (457.2 cm)
500
400
300
191 3 (58.3 m)
136 6 (41.6 m)
12 6 (381.0 cm)
9.8 (24.8 cm)
400
320
240
152 11 (46.6 m)
109 3 (33.3 m)
10 0 (304.8 cm)
7.8 (19.8 cm)
300
240
180
114 6 (34.9 m)
81 8 (24.9 m)
7 6 (228.6 cm)
5.9 (14.9 cm)
200
160
120
76 1 (23.2 m)
54 6 (16.6 m)
5 0 (152.4 cm)
3.9 (9.9 cm)
150
120
90
57 1 (17.4 m)
40 8 (12.4 m)
100
80
60
37 9 (11.5 m)
84
67
50
31 10 (9.7 m)
3 9 (114.3 cm)
2.9 (7.4 cm)
26 11 (8.2 m)
2 6 (76.2 cm)
2.0 (5.0 cm)
22 8 (6.9 m)
2 1 (64.0 cm)
1.7 (4.2 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.1170x 0.1593) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0836x 0.1592) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.300x
z2 (Lower) =0.020x
Video Input (16:9)
Diag.
Screen size (4:3)
Width
Height
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
Projection distance (L)
Maximum
Minimum
Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H)
Upper
Lower
500
435
245
208 8 (63.6 m)
148 11 (45.4 m)
10 3 (311.3 cm)
4 4 (131.4 cm)
400
348
196
166 8 (50.8 m)
119 1 (36.3 m)
8 2 (249.1 cm)
3 5 (105.2 cm)
300
261
147
125 0 (38.1 m)
89 3 (27.2 m)
6 2 (186.8 cm)
2 7 (78.9 cm)
200
174
98
83 0 (25.3 m)
59 5 (18.1 m)
4 1 (124.5 cm)
1 9 (52.6 cm)
150
131
74
62 4 (19.0 m)
44 3 (13.5 m)
3 1 (93.4 cm)
1 4 (39.4 cm)
133
116
65
55 1 (16.8 m)
39 4 (12.0 m)
2 9 (82.8 cm)
1 2 (35.0 cm)
106
92
52
44 0 (13.4 m)
31 2 (9.5 m)
2 2 (66.0 cm)
11.0 (27.9 cm)
100
87
49
41 4 (12.6 m)
29 6 (9.0 m)
2 1 (62.3 cm)
10.4 (26.3 cm)
92
80
45
38 1 (11.6 m)
26 11 (8.2 m)
1 11 (57.3 cm)
9.5 (24.2 cm)
84
73
41
34 9 (10.6 m)
24 7 (7.5 m)
1 9 (52.3 cm)
8.7 (22.1 cm)
The formula for screen size and projection distance
y1 (Max.) = (0.1275x 0.1593) 3.28
y2 (Min.) = (0.0911x 0.1592) 3.28
z1 (Upper) = 0.245x
z2 (Lower) =0.103x
x: Screen size (diag.) (inches)
y: Projection distance (L) (feet)
z: Lens center to the lower edge of the screen (H) (inches)
• There is an error of 3% in the formula above.
• Values with a minus () sign indicate the distance of the lens center below the bottom of the screen.
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Adjusting the Projection Distance
Upper and Lower Lens Shift Position
• This projector is equipped with a lens shift function that lets you adjust the projection height.
• Adjust to match the setup configuration.
Setup & Connections
Screen size: 100 inches (254 cm)
Computer Input: 5:4
AN-LV40EZ as an example
Screen
Lens center
Upper lens
shift position
H: 2 6 (76.2 cm)
Upper lens shift position
(High mount setup)
Lens center
Lower edge of screen (White portion) = Standard (0) point
–H
Lower lens shift position H: 6.0 (15.2 cm)
Lower lens shift position
(Desktop setup)
Upper and Lower Lens Shift Position (Ceiling Mount)
When the projector is in the inverted position, use the upper edge of the screen as the base line, and exchange
the lower and upper lens shift values.
Screen size: 100 inches (254 cm)
Computer Input: 5:4
AN-LV40EZ as an example
Screen
–H
Upper edge of screen
• Optimal image quality is produced with the projector positioned perpendicular to the screen with all feet flat and level. Tilting or angling
the projector will reduce the effectiveness of the lens shift function.
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LENS Button
Projector
Remote Control
This function can be used to adjust the focus, zoom,
lens shift, keystone and digital shift settings.
1, 4a
3
4b
Setup & Connections
2
4b
On-screen Display
(Example: 5:4
NORMAL image)
Digital Image Adjustments
1.2.3
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
ADJ.
1
Press LENS to select mode. Each time LENS is
pressed, the screen changes as shown on the
left.
2
Press ENTER to display test
pattern.
3
Press ∂/ƒ/ß/© to make
adjustments.
4
a. Press LENS until normal screen appears.
b. To reset the “KEYSTONE” and “DIGITAL SHIFT”
setting, press UNDO.
4.5.6
On-screen Display
(Example: 16:9
WIDE image)
MOUSE
• On 4:3 NORMAL image, the same setting as 16:9 WIDE
image can be used.
• At first when the button is pushed, “LENS SHIFT” function
moves slowly allowing for fine adjustments to be made.
Keep holding the button to move it faster.
• 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.
• Digital shift function only works with NORMAL, BORDER,
STRETCH or SMART STRETCH of RGB (except for SXGA
and UXGA), VIDEO and DTV inputs. (See page 34 for
details.) The DIGITAL SHIFT screen is not displayed when
projecting images other than WIDE.
Digital Shift
or
Press ∂.
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Press ƒ.
Image Projection
Rear Projection
Setup & Connections
• Place a translucent screen between the projector and
the audience.
• Use the projector’s menu system to reverse the
projected image. (See page 56 for use of this
function.)
• Optimal image quality can be achieved when the projector
is positioned perpendicular to the screen with all feet flat
and level.
Projection Using a Mirror
• When the distance between the projector and screen
is not sufficient for normal rear projection, you can
use a mirror to reflect the image onto the screen.
• Place a mirror (normal flat type) in front of the lens.
• Project the normal image onto the mirror.
• The image reflected from the mirror is projected onto
the translucent screen.
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 Projection
• It is recommended that you use the optional Sharp
ceiling-mount bracket for this installation.
• Before mounting the projector, contact your nearest
Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or
Service Center to obtain the recommended ceilingmount bracket (sold separately). (AN-XGCM70
ceiling-mount bracket, AN-EP101AP extension tube
for AN-XGCM70.)
• 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 56 for use
of this function.)
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Using the Operation Buttons
Selecting the Input Signal Source
Projector
Remote Control
Press INPUT 1.2.3 or INPUT 4.5.6 again to change the
mode.
• When no signal is received, “NO SIGNAL” will be displayed.
When a signal that the projector is not preset to receive is
received, “NOT REG.” will be displayed.
INPUT
buttons
On-screen Display
Operation Buttons
1.2.3
INPUT 1 Mode
INPUT 2 Mode
INPUT 3 Mode
INPUT 4 Mode
INPUT 5 Mode
INPUT 6 Mode
4.5.6
Adjusting the Volume
Projector
Remote Control
Press VOLUME / to adjust the volume.
On-screen Display
VOLUME
buttons
1.2.3
4.5.6
Muting the Sound
Conference Series
Projector
Remote Control
MUTE
button
On-screen Display
1.2.3
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Press MUTE to temporarily turn off the sound.
Press MUTE again to turn the sound back on.
4.5.6
Superimposing a Black Screen
Projector
Remote Control
This function can be used to superimpose a black
screen over the projected image.
Blacking out the Projected Image
Press BLACK SCREEN. The screen turns black and
“BLACK SCREEN” is displayed on the screen. To return
to the original projected image, press BLACK SCREEN
again.
BLACK
SCREEN
button
1.2.3
4.5.6
• To use the remote control to operate this
function, slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT
switch to the MOUSE position before pressing
BLACK SCREEN.
MOUSE
ADJ.
Projected Image
Operation Buttons
sg
Displaying a Still Image
Projector
Remote Control
1.2.3
1, 2
4.5.6
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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Magnifying a Specific Portion of an Image
Projector
Remote Control
2
3
1.2.3
4.5.6
1
3
Operation Buttons
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. position)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press ENLARGE. Each time ENLARGE is
pressed, the image will be magnified.
s
2 When the image is magnified, you can pan and
scan around the image by using ∂/ƒ/ß/©.
• ENLARGE does not work with UXGA signal image.
• Each time ENLARGE is pressed, image magnification
toggles as shown below.
1
4
4
9
16
36
• If the input signal is changed during digital image
magnification, the image will return to 1. The input signal
is changed
(a) when INPUT 1.2.3 or INPUT 4.5.6 is pressed,
(b) when the input signal is interrupted, or
(c) when the input resolution and refresh rate changes.
3 To return to 1, press UNDO.
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Adjusting the Picture Aspect Ratio
Projector
Remote Control
This function allows you to modify or customize the
picture display mode to enhance the input image.
Depending on the input signal, you can choose
NORMAL, FULL, DOT BY DOT, BORDER, STRETCH or
SMART STRETCH image.
2
1.2.3
1 Press RESIZE. Each time RESIZE is pressed, the
picture mode changes as shown below.
4.5.6
1
2 To return to the standard image, press UNDO
while “RESIZE” is displayed on the screen.
2
COMPUTER
Input Signal
EXAMPLE
NORMAL
Output screen image
FULL
NORMAL
DOT BY DOT
For 4:3
aspect ratio
DOT BY DOT
FULL
FOR 4:3 aspect ratio
For without
4:3 aspect ratio
RESIZE
RESIZE
DOT BY DOT
SVGA (800 600)
1280 960 1280 1024 800 600
XGA (1024 768)
1280 960 1280 1024 1024 768
SXGA (1280 960)
1280 960 1280 1024
–
UXGA (1600 1200) 1280 960 1280 1024
–
SXGA (1280 1024) 1280 1024
–
–
Operation Buttons
RESIZE
RESIZE
RESIZE
NORMAL
FULL
FULL
NORMAL
FOR 4:3 aspect ratio
(1280 960)
RESIZE
NORMAL
FOR 5:4 aspect ratio
(1280 1024)
VIDEO/DTV
Input Signal
NORMAL
RESIZE
RESIZE
RESIZE
NORMAL
480i
480P
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
Output screen image
BORDER
FULL
STRETCH
RESIZE
STRETCH
BORDER
SMART STRETCH
RESIZE
SMART STRETCH
FULL
FOR 4:3 aspect ratio
RESIZE
RESIZE
with squeeze
RESIZE
NORMAL
RESIZE
STRETCH
BORDER
RESIZE
SMART STRETCH
FULL
720P
1080i
RESIZE
STRETCH
FOR 16:9 aspect ratio
EXAMPLE
NORMAL
For 4:3
aspect ratio
For 16:9
aspect ratio
FULL
SMART
BORDER STRETCH STRETCH
NTSC, 480i
1280 960 1280 1024 960 720 1280 720* 1280 720*
PAL, 580i
1280 960 1280 1024 960 720 1280 720* 1280 720*
480P
1280 960 1280 1024 960 720 1280 720* 1280 720*
720P
–
–
–
1280 720*
–
1080i
–
–
–
1280 720*
–
* The digital image shift function can be used with these picture display modes.
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Gamma Correction Function
Projector
Remote Control
2
1.2.3
4.5.6
1
Operation Buttons
2
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 displayed and in the
brightness of the room.
• When you are displaying images with frequent, dark
scenes, such as a film or concert, or when you are
displaying 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 Modes
Selected Mode
Gamma mode
STANDARD
Standard picture without gamma correction.
GAMMA 1
Brightens darker portions of image for more
enhanced presentations.
GAMMA 2
Gives greater depth to darker portions of image
for a more exciting theater experience.
CUSTOM
Allows you to adjust gamma value using Sharp
Advanced Presentation Software.
s
GAMMA 2
CUSTOM
(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.
2 To return to the standard image, press UNDO
while “GAMMA” is displayed on the screen.
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Selecting the Remote Control Mode
Operation Buttons
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.
Wireless mouse/
Laser pointer
MOUSE
ADJ.
Projector control
Operating the Remote 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.
Controling the Projector
Using the Wireless Mouse
Remote Control
Remote Control
23 (7 m)
30˚
30˚
30˚
45˚
30˚
13(4 m)
45˚
120˚
Remote
mouse
receiver
30˚
Remote Control
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Operating the Remote Control
Use as a Wireless Mouse
Be sure the supplied remote mouse receiver is connected to your computer.
Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch to MOUSE.
MOUSE mode buttons
LASER
POINTER
BLACK SCREEN
LEFT-CLICK
Operation Buttons
MOUSE
RIGHT-CLICK
1.2.3
MOUSE/
ADJUSTMENT
switch
MOUSE
4.5.6
ADJ.
BACKLIGHT
Conference Series
• For one-button mouse systems, use either the LEFT-CLICK or RIGHT-CLICK button.
• Press BACKLIGHT, and the buttons will light up. Green lights refer to mouse operations, and red lights to projector
adjustments.
Button name
Button name
MUTE
INPUT 1, 2, 3
INPUT 4, 5, 6
FREEZE
AUTO SYNC
ENLARGE
RESIZE
TOOLS
GAMMA
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
ON (RED)
VOLUME /
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Position of MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
MOUSE
ADJ.
ON (RED)
Connecting the Mouse Receiver
Connecting the Remote Mouse Receiver
You can use the remote control as a remote mouse to operate computers
compatible with PS/2 or USB type mouse systems.
1.2.3
4.5.6
Conference Series
Connecting to the USB port on a PC or Macintosh
1 Connect one end of the supplied USB mouse control cable to the corresponding terminal on the computer.
2 Connect the other end to the USB port on the remote mouse receiver.
Operation Buttons
USB mouse control
cable
QCNW-5680CEZZ
Remote mouse
receiver
RUNTK0673CEZZ
USB port
Use the USB port
(PC or Macintosh) to
connect the supplied
USB mouse control
cable to the remote
mouse receiver.
Connecting to the PS/2 port on a PC
1
2
3
4
Turn off the power of the PC.
Connect one end of the supplied PS/2 mouse control cable to the corresponding terminal on the PC.
Connect the other end to the PS/2 port on the remote mouse receiver.
Turn on the power of the PC.
PS/2 mouse control
cable
QCNW-5113CEZZ
Remote mouse
receiver
RUNTK0673CEZZ
PS/2 port
CAUTION
• Do not connect or disconnect the mouse control cables to or from the computer while it is on.
This may damage your computer.
• Do not connect both the PS/2 and USB mouse control cables to the remote mouse receiver.
• Windows 95 does not support USB mouse driver software.
• The minimum system requirements for the USB type mouse system are shown below.
Windows
Hardware: PC/AT compatible machine with USB port that has Windows 98/Windows NT 5.0 or
higher installed.
OS: Windows 98/Windows NT 5.0 or higher
Macintosh
Hardware: Macintosh series with USB port
OS: Mac OS 8.5 or higher
Use the PS/2 port
(PC) to connect the
supplied PS/2 mouse
control cable to the
remote mouse
receiver.
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Using as a Laser Pointer
Use as a Laser Pointer
Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch to MOUSE, and press LASER POINTER (
the laser pointer.
) to activate
LASER
POINTER
4.5.6
Operation Buttons
1.2.3
MOUSE
ADJ.
MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT
switch
Conference Series
• When the button is released, the light automatically goes off.
• For safety reasons, the laser pointer automatically goes off after 1 minute of continuous use. To turn it on, release LASER
POINTER ( ) and press again.
CAUTION
• 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.)
Using as a Wired Remote Control
Wired Remote Control
3.5 mm stereo minijack cable
(sold separately)
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
side of the projector.
• The laser pointer and wireless mouse functions can still be
operated with the wired remote control.
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Using the GUI (Graphical User Interface) Menu Screen
Basic Operations
Projector
Remote Control
1, 7
2, 3, 5
6
4
6
1.2.3
4.5.6
This projector has two sets of menu screens 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 procedure.
(GUI) On-screen Display
INPUT 1, 2 (RGB) or 3 (DIGITAL) mode
ß2©
1
ß2©
Basic Operation
1
INPUT 4, 5 (VIDEO) mode
∂
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 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5
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 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• For details on items on the menu screen, see the tree charts
on pages 41 and 42.
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Menu Bars
Items on the INPUT 1, 2 or 3 Mode Menu Bar
Main menu
Picture
Main menu
Sub menu
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Bright
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Color
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Tint
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Lamp 1 Only
Sharp
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Lamp 2 Only
Red
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Blue
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
ⳮ3
CLR Temp
Ⳮ3
Options
Lamp Mode
Both Lamps
Lamp 2
Equal Use
RGB
PRJ Mode
CeilingⳭFront
Component
Rear
3D Progressive
CeilingⳭRear
Clock
Film Mode
ⳮ150 Ⳮ150
ⳮ60
Ⳮ60
ⳮ150 Ⳮ150
V-Pos
ⳮ60
Ⳮ60
1
2
Stack Setting
Vert Freq
75 Hz
72 Hz
Slave
Keylock Level
•
Vert Freq
75 Hz
72 Hz
Level B
Set Inputs
•
7
Special Modes
Resolution
Signal Info
[ON/OFF]
Auto Sync
Auto Sync Disp [ON/OFF]
1
2
•
•
7
Resolution
Hor Freq
Vert Freq
Balance
Treble
Bass
ⳮ30
ⳮ30
ⳮ30
RS-232C
Input 1
[ON/OFF]
Input 2
[ON/OFF]
Input 3
[ON/OFF]
Input 4
[ON/OFF]
Input 5
[ON/OFF]
Input 6
[ON/OFF]
9600bps
38400bps
640⳯480
37.5 kHz
72 Hz
115200bps
Ⳮ30
Set ID No.
ID No.
Ⳮ30
Password
Old Password
Ⳮ30
Optional Board
New Password
Reconfirm
Reset
Pict in Pict
Normal
Level A
Resolution
800⳯600
640⳯480
•
Select Setting
Normal
Master
7
1
2
Save Setting
Resolution
800⳯600
640⳯480
•
Reset
Options
Front
2D Progressive
H-Pos
Basic Operation
Lamp 1
Signal Type
Phase
Audio
Lamp Timer
Reset
Progressive Mode
Fine Sync
Sub menu
Contrast
[ON/OFF]
OSD Display
Normal
Language
Deutsch
Level A
Español
Level B
Background
Nederlands
Sharp
Français
Custom
Italiano
Blue
Svenska
None
Startup Image
English
Português
Sharp
Custom
None
Economy Mode
MNTR Out/RS232C[ON/OFF]
Display Off
Auto Power Off [ON/OFF]
Standby Off
ID No. Display
Display On
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 1 or 2 mode. For INPUT 3 (DVI), in
“Picture” menu, only “CLR Temp” is active and the other menus are displayed in gray. In “Fine Sync” menu, only “Signal
Info” is active and the other menus are displayed in gray.
• 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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Menu Bars
Items on the INPUT 4 or 5 Mode Menu Bar
Main menu
Picture
Main menu
Sub menu
Sub menu
Contrast
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Bright
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Color
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Tint
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Lamp 1 Only
Sharp
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Lamp 2 Only
Red
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Blue
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
ⳮ3
CLR Temp
Options
Lamp Timer
Lamp 1
Lamp Mode
Both Lamps
Lamp 2
Equal Use
PRJ Mode
Ⳮ3
CeilingⳭFront
Reset
Rear
Signal Type
CeilingⳭRear
Video
Component
Progressive Mode
Stack Setting
2D Progressive
Slave
Film Mode
Balance
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Treble
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Bass
ⳮ30
Ⳮ30
Keylock Level
3D DNR
Level B
[ON/OFF]
Input 2
[ON/OFF]
Input 3
[ON/OFF]
Input 4
[ON/OFF]
Level A
Input 5
[ON/OFF]
Level B
Input 6
Video System
[ON/OFF]
Normal
Auto
RS-232C
Background
Startup Image
9600bps
PAL (50/60Hz)
38400bps
SECAM
115200bps
NTSC4.43
Set ID No.
ID No.
NTSC3.58
Password
Old Password
PAL–M
Optional Board
New Password
PAL–N
Sharp
Basic Operation
Input 1
Set Inputs
[ON/OFF]
OSD Display
Normal
Level A
Reset
Options
Normal
Master
3D Progressive
Audio
Front
Reconfirm
Language
English
Custom
Deutsch
Blue
Español
None
Nederlands
Sharp
Français
Custom
Italiano
None
Svenska
Economy Mode
Português
MNTR Out/RS232C[ON/OFF]
Auto Power Off [ON/OFF]
ID No. Display
Display Off
Standby Off
Display On
Status
• 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.
• When selecting “Component” on “Signal Type”, the tree chart becomes the same as the one in INPUT 1, 2 or 3 mode.
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Adjusting the Picture
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
1.2.3
4.5.6
(GUI) On-screen Display
e. g. (RGB input in INPUT 1 or 2 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 color intensity
For more color 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 RGB input in
INPUT 1 or 2 mode.
(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.
Basic Operation
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
to 5 modes.
• Depending on the type of signal received, “Sharp” may not
be adjustable for COMPONENT input in INPUT 1 or 2 mode.
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Adjusting the Picture
Projector
Remote Control
Adjusting the Color Temperature
This function can be used to adjust the color
temperature to suit the type of image input to the
projector (video, computer image, TV broadcast, etc.).
Decrease the color temperature to create warmer,
reddish images for natural flesh tones, or increase to
create cooler, bluish images for a brighter picture.
1, 4
2, 3
Description of Color Temperature
ⳮ3
(Red) ß button
1.2.3
(GUI) On-screen Display
Ⳮ3
© button (Blue)
4.5.6
Decreases color temperature for
warmer, reddish,
incandescent-like images.
(Low color temperature)
Increases color temperature for
cooler, bluish, florescent-like
images.
(High color temperature)
(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 ∂/ƒ to select “CLR Temp”.
Basic Operation
3 Press ß/© to move the mark of the selected
adjustment item to the desired setting.
4 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
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Adjusting the Picture
Projector
Remote Control
Selecting the Signal Type
This function allows you to select the input signal type
RGB (VIDEO) or COMPONENT for INPUT 1, 2, 4 or 5
port.
1, 5
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2, 3
4
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU. Menu bar and “Picture” menu
screen appear. GUI operation guide is also
displayed.
1.2.3
4.5.6
(GUI) On-screen Display
2 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Signal Type”, and then
press ©.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “RGB (VIDEO)” or
“Component”.
4 Press ENTER to save the setting.
Basic Operation
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Remote Control
Projector
Progressive Mode
This function allows you to select the progressive display
of a video signal. The progressive display projects a
smoother video image.
1, 5
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2, 3
4
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU. Menu bar and “Picture” menu
screen appear. GUI operation guide is also
displayed.
1.2.3
(GUI) On-screen Display
4.5.6
2 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Progressive Mode”, and
then press ©.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “2D Progressive”, “3D
Progressive” or “Film Mode”.
4 Press ENTER to save the setting.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Progressive Mode
Selects the progressive conversion mode.
2D Progressive
This function is useful to display fast-moving images such as sports
and action films. Mode that optimizes the image in a displayed frame.
3D Progressive
This function is useful to display relatively slow-moving images such
as drama and documentary more clearly.
Mode that optimizes the image by estimating the movement of a
number of preceding and succeeding frames.
Film Mode
Reproduces the image of film software clearly. Displays the optimized
image of film transformed with three-two pull down enhancement to
progressive mode images.
• Film Mode cannot work with PAL 50 Hz.
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Adjusting the Computer Images (RGB menu only)
Projector
Remote Control
1, 5
2, 3, 4
Description of Adjustment Items
1.2.3
(GUI) On-screen Display
2
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 the optimum computer image.
4.5.6
Selected item
Description
Clock
Phase
H-Pos
V-Pos
Adjusts vertical noise.
Adjusts horizontal noise (similar to tracking on your VCR).
Centers the on-screen image by moving it to the left or right.
Centers the on-screen image by moving it up or down.
• Computer image adjustments can be made easily by
pressing AUTO SYNC ( ). See page 49 for details.
(Select the desired computer input mode with INPUT 1
or 2.)
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
3
Basic Operation
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
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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Adjusting the Computer Images (RGB menu only)
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 a computer to the projector.
1, 6
2, 3, 4
Saving the adjustment setting
5
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
1.2.3
4.5.6
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
(GUI) On-screen Display
2
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.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Basic Operation
Selecting a saved setting
3
(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”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Select Setting”, and then
press ©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired memory setting.
3
5 Press ENTER to select the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• If a memory position has not been set, a resolution and
frequency setting 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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Adjusting the Computer Images (RGB menu only)
Projector
Remote Control
Special Mode Adjustment
Ordinarily, the type of input signal is detected and the
correct resolution mode is automatically selected.
However, for some signals, the optimal resolution mode
in “Special Modes” on the “Fine Sync” menu screen
may need to be selected to match the computer display
mode.
1, 6
2, 3, 4
5
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
1.2.3
4.5.6
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Special Modes”, and then
press ©.
(GUI) On-screen Display
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the optimal resolution mode.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Projector
Remote Control
Basic 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 or 1080i signals, select the
corresponding type of signal in step 4 above.
Checking the Input Signal
This function allows you to check the current input signal
information.
1, 4
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2, 3
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
1.2.3
4.5.6
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.
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Adjusting the Computer Images (RGB menu only)
Projector
Remote Control
• 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
2, 3, 4
AUTO SYNC
button
Auto Sync Adjustment
1.2.3
4.5.6
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.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
(GUI) On-screen Display
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Fine Sync”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Auto Sync”.
4 Press ß/© to select “ON”.
Basic Operation
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
On-screen Display
• Automatic adjustments can be made by pressing AUTO
SYNC.
• When the optimum image cannot be achieved with Auto
Sync adjustment, use manual adjustments. (See page 46.)
g
During Auto Sync adjustment, the On-screen Display
changes as shown on the left.
f
s
(GUI) On-screen Display
• 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.
(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”.
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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Adjusting the Sound
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
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
1.2.3
(GUI) On-screen Display
2
4.5.6
© button
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Audio”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select a specific adjustment item.
3
4 Press ß/© to move the mark of the selected
adjustment item to the desired setting.
Basic Operation
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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Displaying Dual Pictures (RGB menu only)
Projector
Remote Control
1, 6
Picture in Picture function allows you to display two
pictures on the same screen. You can display the image
input from INPUT 4 or 5 as an inset picture overlapping
the main picture input from INPUT 1, 2 or 3.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2, 3
4, 5
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (1)”.
1.2.3
(GUI) On-screen Display
4.5.6
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Pict in Pict”.
4 Press ß/© to select “ ” to display an inset picture
(Factory preset to INPUT 4).
2
• The image from INPUT 1, 2 or 3 is displayed as the main
picture and the image from INPUT 4 or 5 is displayed as
the inset picture.
5 Press ß/©/∂/ƒ to move the inset picture to one
of four preset positions.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Basic Operation
4
300
250
200
A
150
B
100
C
50
0
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1996
1997
1998
1999
• Inset picture can only be displayed in composite signal of
NTSC/PAL/SECAM.
• When selecting the image for the inset picture, only the
images being input will be displayed.
• The audio of the insert picture will come out of the projector’s
speakers.
• Picture in Picture does not work in case of the following
RGB signals.
UXGA signal image
Interlaced signal
DTV (480P/720P/1080i)
• You can only use the following functions while in Picture in
Picture mode.
FREEZE: Works for the inset picture only.
TOOLS: Works with Picture in Picture, but the cursor is
used for TOOLS. The inset picture cannot be
moved.
Reducing Image Noise (VIDEO menu only)
Projector
Remote Control
3D Digital Noise Reduction (3D DNR) provides high
quality images with minimal dot crawl and cross color
noise.
(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 “Options (1)”.
1.2.3
4.5.6
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “3D DNR”, and then select
“ ”.
4 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
(GUI) On-screen Display
• If the image is clear, select “
” to prevent any blurring.
Basic Operation
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Turning On/Off the On-screen Display
Projector
Remote Control
This function allows you to turn on or off the on-screen
messages that appear during input select.
Description of OSD Display
1, 6
2, 3, 4
5
Selected item
Description
Normal
Level A
All On-screen Display are displayed.
INPUT, CUSTOM, FREEZE, ENLARGE, AUTO SYNC,
VOLUME, MUTE, BLACK SCREEN are not displayed.
All On-screen Display are not displayed (except MENU,
TOOLS, LENS and warning display (Power off, Temp.,
Lamp etc.)).
Level B
1.2.3
4.5.6
(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 (1)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “OSD Display”, and then
press ©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired On-screen
Display.
Basic Operation
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Setting the Video Signal (VIDEO menu only)
Projector
Remote Control
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.
1, 6
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2, 3, 4
5
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (1)”.
1.2.3
4.5.6
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 of the source signal.
• AUTO cannot be set for PAL-M and PAL-N input signals.
Select “PAL-M” or “PAL-N” in “Video System” menu for PALM and PAL-N input signals.
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Selecting 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
1.2.3
4.5.6
Selected item
Description
Sharp
SHARP default image
Custom
User customized image (i.e. company logo)
Blue
Blue screen
None
Black screen
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (1)”.
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.
(GUI) On-screen Display
Basic Operation
• By selecting “Custom”, the projector can display a custom image
(i.e. your company logo) as the background image. The custom
image must be a 256-color BMP file with a picture size no larger
than 1,280 ⳯ 1,024 pixels. Please see the Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software operation manual for how to save (or change)
a custom image.
Selecting a Startup Image
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
uploaded to the projector via an RS-232C cable. See
page 16 in this operation manual, and also the
supplied Sharp Advanced Presentation Software
operation manual for detailed instructions.
Description of Startup Images
1.2.3
(GUI) On-screen Display
4.5.6
Selected item
Description
Sharp
SHARP default image
Custom
User customized image (i.e. company logo)
None
Black screen
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (1)”.
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. The custom image
must be a 256-color BMP file with a picture size no larger than
1,280 ⳯ 1,024 pixels. Please see the Sharp Advanced Presentation
Software operation manual for how to save (or change) a custom
image.
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Selecting the Economy Mode
Projector
Remote Control
These functions allow you to reduce the power
consumption when the projector is in standby mode.
Monitor Out/RS-232C Off Function
This projector consumes power when using a monitor
connected to the OUTPUT port for INPUT 1, 2 and a
computer connected to the RS-232C port. When not
using these ports, “MNTR Out/RS232C” can be set to
“ ” to reduce standby power consumption.
1, 5
2, 3, 4
Description of Monitor Out/RS-232C Off
1.2.3
4.5.6
Standby power for Monitor Out/RS-232C connection
turned off.
Monitor Out/RS-232C on
(GUI) On-screen Display
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
1 Press MENU.
MOUSE
ADJ.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (1)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “MNTR Out/RS232C”.
Basic Operation
4 Press ß/© to select “
” or “
”.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
CAUTION
• Set “MNTR Out/RS232C” to “ ” when using the Sharp
Advanced Presentation Software (supplied).
On-screen Display
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.
Description of Automatic Power Shutoff
Power automatically shuts off after 15 minutes of no
signal input.
Automatic Power Shutoff disabled.
(GUI) On-screen Display
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
1 Press MENU.
MOUSE
ADJ.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (1)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Auto Power Off”.
4 Press ß/© to select “
” or “
”.
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• “MNTR Out/RS232C” is factory preset to “
Power Off” is factory preset to “ ”.
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”, and “Auto
Selecting the Economy Mode
Projector
Remote Control
ID No. Display Off Function
The LED ID number display on the rear of the projector,
used when controlling multiple projectors, can be turned
on or off.
1, 6
Description of ID No. Display
2, 3, 4
Selected item
Display Off
5
Standby Off
Display On
1.2.3
Description
Not displayed
Displayed except when the projector is
in standby mode.
Always displayed
4.5.6
(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 (1)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “ID No. Display”, and then
press ©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Display Off”, “Standby
Off” or “Display On”.
Basic Operation
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Reversing/Inverting Projected Images
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, 6
2, 3, 4
5
1.2.3
Selected item
Description
Front
Normal image
CeilingⳭFront
Inverted image
Rear
Reversed image
CeilingⳭRear
Reversed and inverted image
4.5.6
(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 (2)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “PRJ Mode”, and then press
©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired projection mode.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• This function is used for the reversed image and ceilingmount setups. See page 30 for these setups.
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Selecting the On-screen Display Language
Projector
Remote Control
1, 5
English is the preset language for the On-screen
Display; however, this can be changed to German,
Spanish, Dutch, French, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese,
Chinese, Korean or Japanese.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2, 3
4
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Language”.
1.2.3
4.5.6
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 programed to display in the
language selected.
Basic Operation
5 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
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Displaying the Adjustment Settings
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
1 Press MENU.
3
2 Press ß/© to select “Status”.
MOUSE
ADJ.
3 Press ENTER to display all the adjustment
settings.
1.2.3
4.5.6
4 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
(GUI) On-screen Display
INPUT 1, 2 (RGB) or 3 (DIGITAL) mode
INPUT 4, 5 (VIDEO) mode
2
3
3
Basic Operation
2
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Useful Features
Locking the Operation Buttons on the Projector
Projector
Remote Control
This function can be used to lock the use of certain
operation buttons on the projector. The user can still
operate the projector fully with the remote control.
Description of Keylock Levels
1, 6
Selected item
Normal
Level A
2, 3, 4
5
Level B
1.2.3
4.5.6
Description
All operation buttons are functional.
Only INPUT, VOLUME, MUTE, on the
projector are available.
All operation buttons on the projector are
unavailable.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
(GUI) On-screen Display
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (2)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Keylock Level”, and then
press ©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired level.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Useful Features &
Network Function
• To cancel the Keylock Level, perform the above procedure using
the remote control.
• See page 61 for details using the password function.
Deselecting Inputs
Projector
Remote Control
This function allows you to deselect unwanted signal
input.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
1, 6
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2, 3, 4
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (2)”.
5
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Set Inputs”, and then
press ©.
1.2.3
4.5.6
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the input you want to set to
block.
(GUI) On-screen Display
5 Press ENTER to select “ON” or “OFF”.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
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• Input 6 can be selected only when an SDI board is installed.
Otherwise it is displayed in gray.
• When stack projecting, multi-screen projecting and so on, this
function can be used to cancel the RS-232C control.
• Up to two input signals can be blocked for both Input 1, 2, 3 or
Input 4, 5, 6.
• For details on intended purpose, see pages 67 and 68.
Selecting the Transmission Speed (RS-232C)
Projector
Remote Control
This menu allows you to adjust the transmission speed
of the RS-232C connection by selecting the baud rate.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
1, 6
2, 3, 4
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
5
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (2)”.
1.2.3
4.5.6
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “RS-232C”, and then press
©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired baud rate.
(GUI) On-screen Display
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• Make sure that both the projector and computer are set
for the same baud rate. Refer to the computer’s operation
manual for instructions for setting the baud rate.
Useful Features &
Network Function
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Protecting Important Settings with a Password
Projector
Remote Control
A password can be set by the user and used with the
keylock level to prevent adjustments to certain settings
on the GUI.
1, 6
• When password is set, you need to enter the password to
use “Lamp Mode”, “PRJ Mode”, “Stack Setting”, “Keylock
Level”, “Set Inputs”, “RS-232C” and “Set ID No.” menus.
2, 3
4, 5
Setting the Password
1.2.3
(GUI) On-screen Display
Setting the Password
4.5.6
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (2)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Password”, and then press
©.
4 Enter the new password using ∂/ƒ to select the
desired number, and then press © to select the
next digit. Continue this procedure for the
remaining three digits, and then press ENTER.
5 Enter the password again (“Reconfirm”) using
∂/ƒ/ß/©, and then press ENTER.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
Useful Features &
Network Function
• After setting the password, be sure to write it down in a
secure location in case you can not remember it.
Changing the Password
Changing the Password
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Follow steps 1 to 3 in “Setting the Password”
above.
2 Enter the old password using ∂/ƒ/ß/©, and then
press ENTER.
3 Enter the new password using ∂/ƒ/ß/©, and
then press ENTER.
4 Enter the password again (“Reconfirm”) using
∂/ƒ/ß/©, and then press ENTER.
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Network Function
Setting Up the Optional Boards
Three optional Expansion Boards from Sharp are also available for specialized application. Please see your local
Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer for details on these boards. Be sure to have service personnel install optional
boards.
Boards for Network Capability
Expansion Video Board
RS-422 Board
SDI (Serial Digital Interface)
LAN Board
RS-422 CONTROL
INPUT
INPUT 6
INPUT
DISABLE
OUTPUT
SDI
AUDIO
INPUT
ENABLE
Soon-to-be-released
OUTPUT
DISABLE
ENABLE
Projector
Remote Control
The Optional Board function allows you to set and
confirm the optional boards.
(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 “Options (2)”.
Useful Features &
Network Function
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Optional Board”.
1.2.3
4.5.6
4 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
(GUI) On-screen Display
The type of board and the board status are displayed
as shown below.
• LAN Board (10BASE-T)
Set the IP Address, Gateway and Subnet mask in
accordance with the sub menu.
• SDI Board
The status of the SDI Board is displayed.
e.g. when installing SDI board
• RS-422 Board
The input and output control signals are displayed.
• For details on intended purpose, see the optional boards
operation manuals.
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Controling Multiple Projectors with ID Numbers
Projector
Remote Control
This projector can form a network of up to 250
projectors. To identify separately and control specified
projector, you need to set ID No..
The ID No. you set is displayed on the LED.
1, 6
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
2, 3, 4
5
MOUSE
ADJ.
Setting the ID No.
1 Press MENU.
1.2.3
4.5.6
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (2)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Set ID No.”. (The ID No. is
factory preset to “001”.)
(GUI) On-screen Display
4 Press © to select the first digit and ∂/ƒ to select
the desired number. Continue this procedure for
the remaining two digits.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• When ID NO. is not be displayed, refer to the setting of “ID No.
Display”. See page 56 for setting “Display Off” function.
• The ID No. can be set from 001 to 250.
• For details on intended purpose, see pages 65 to 68.
Setting the Stacking Mode
Useful Features &
Network Function
Projector
Remote Control
1, 6
2, 3, 4
You can double the brightness of an image by stacking
two projectors and projecting same picture
simultaneously. To control two projectors, assign one
as the master and one as the slave. The slave projector
will duplicate any operational settings made to the
master projector.
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
5
MOUSE
ADJ.
1 Press MENU.
1.2.3
4.5.6
2 Press ß/© to select “Options (2)”.
(GUI) On-screen Display
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Stack Setting”, and then
press ©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Normal”, “Master” or
“Slave”.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• If you set slave, only ∂/ƒ/ß/©, ENTER, UNDO, Power ON, Power
OFF, LENS and MENU can be used. Other buttons cannot be
used and are controlled by the master projector or computer
through the RS-232C connection.
• For details on intended purpose, see pages 67 and 68.
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Using the Presentation Tools
Projector
This projector is equipped with presentation tools that
can be used to emphasize keypoints within your
presentation.
Remote Control
2, 4
3, 5
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
6
1.2.3
MOUSE
ADJ.
4.5.6
1 Press TOOLS to display the presentation tools
menu window on the screen.
1
6
2 Press ∂/ƒ/ß/© to select the desired tool and
color.
On-screen Display
3 Press ENTER to select it.
4 Once the tool is displayed on the screen, press
∂/ƒ/ß/© to move it around the screen.
5 Press ENTER to stamp the tool on the screen.
6 Press UNDO to individually delete tools stamped
on the screen.
Menu Window
• You can stamp each tool as many times as you want on the
screen.
• To clear all the stamped presentation tools from the screen,
press ∂/ƒ/ß/© to select “ ” and then press ENTER.
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Projector
Orange
White
Black
Remote Control
Displaying the Break Time
2, 4
3
1.2.3
4.5.6
1, 5
When selecting Sharp default image
MOUSE
Useful Features &
Network Function
(Slide the MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch
on the remote control to the ADJ. position.)
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.
5 To return to normal screen, press TOOLS.
• The break time is displayed against the background image
selected in “Selecting a Startup Image”. (See page 54.)
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Operating the Network Function
This projector has outstanding network capability.
• Internet access for self-diagnosis
• Multiple and group projector control
• Simultaneous multiple projector control
1. Internet access for self-diagnosis, status information and preventive
maintenance
LAN
E-mail
E-mail
Useful Features &
Network Function
Internet
LAN
LAN
This projector can be used in a network of up to 250 projectors managed from a single PC with the accompanied
Sharp Advanced Presentation Software—Professional Edition. This projector can be connected to a PC using an
RS-232C, RS-422, or LAN (10BASE-T) connection. (An optional board is required for RS-422 or LAN connection.)
Output terminals are provided (RS-232C on the projector, RS-422 on the optional board) enabling a daisy chain
configuration and eliminating the need for a distributer. The projector can also be managed over a network via an
Ethernet connection.
This projector is also equipped with a function to send status information (lamp usage time, etc.) to a Sharp
Service Center or outside contractor for quick and efficient customer service.
• For more information on these features, see the operation manuals accompanying the Sharp Advanced Presentation Software—
Professional Edition and optional boards.
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Operating the Network Function
2. Multiple and group projector control via computer
Building A
RS-232C
3rd Floor
RS-232C
Control PC
Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software
“Professional Edition”
2nd Floor
RS-232C
1st Floor
Optional RS-422 board
RS-422
Video
Source 1
Video
Source 2
To Building B
RS-422
Useful Features &
Network Function
This projector can be used in a network of projectors managed from a single PC with the accompanied Sharp
Advanced Presentation Software—Professional Edition. Projectors in conference rooms on the first and third floors
of a building, for example, can be used for video presentations, while projectors on the second floor can be used
for PC-assisted presentations. Projectors can even be powered down at different times (e.g., projectors on the first
and second floors are powered down in one hour, while those on the third floor are powered down in two hours).
An optional RS-422 board enables control of group projectors on different floors or buildings via cables connecting
up to 3,937 feet (1.2 km), and an optional LAN board can provide management of projectors over an existing
network.
• For more information on these features, see the operation manuals accompanying the Sharp Advanced Presentation Software—
Professional Edition and optional RS-422 board.
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Operating the Network Function
3. Simultaneous multiple projector control for stacking and videowall projection
Stack Projection
Useful Features &
Network Function
Master
INPUT1
OUTPUT
Stack Setting
Master
Set Inputs
INPUT1 Yes
INPUT2 Yes
INPUT3 No
INPUT4 Yes
INPUT5 Yes
INPUT6 No
Stack Setting
Slave
Set Inputs
INPUT1 Yes
INPUT2 No
INPUT3 No
INPUT4 Yes
INPUT5 Yes
INPUT6 No
INPUT2
INPUT4
INPUT5
OUTPUT
RS-232C IN
RS-232C OUT
Distributor
Slave
INPUT1
DVD
OUTPUT
INPUT2
Laser Disc
INPUT4
INPUT5
OUTPUT
RS-232C IN
RS-232C OUT
For brighter images, two projectors can be stacked using the Stack Setting function, with one projector set as the
Master and the other as the Slave. The operations of the Slave projector are controlled by the Master projector
during projection through an RS-232C connection. The RS-232C cable (null modem, cross type, sold separately)
is connected from the RS-232C output on the Master projector to the RS-232C input on the Slave projector.
Projectors can be stacked using an RS-232C cable (null modem, cross type, sold separately).
• See page 59, “Deselecting Inputs”, and page 63, “Setting the Stacking Mode”.
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Operating the Network Function
Videowall
RGB
SOURCE1
001
RGB
SOURCE2
VIDEO
SOURCE2
Master
003
Slave
OUTPUT
INPUT1
OUTPUT
INPUT2
DVD
INPUT2
INPUT4
INPUT5
OUTPUT
RS-232C IN
RS-232C OUT
INPUT4
INPUT5
OUTPUT
RS-232C IN
RS-232C OUT
Useful Features &
Network Function
VIDEO
SOURCE1
INPUT1
Master
Set Inputs
INPUT1 Yes
INPUT2 Yes
INPUT3 No
INPUT4 Yes
INPUT5 Yes
INPUT6 No
DVD
002
INPUT1
Control PC
Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software
“Professional Edition”
Slave
004
Slave
OUTPUT
INPUT1
OUTPUT
INPUT2
INPUT2
INPUT4
INPUT5
OUTPUT
RS-232C IN
RS-232C OUT
INPUT4
INPUT5
OUTPUT
RS-232C IN
RS-232C OUT
Slave
Set Inputs
INPUT1 Yes
INPUT2 No
INPUT3 No
INPUT4 Yes
INPUT5 No
INPUT6 No
This projector can be used together with other projectors managed using the accompanied Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software—Professional Edition to create a videowall projection. Whereas conventional videowall
technology required the use of an image distributor, this projector videowall feature enables easy image settings
from a PC when inputting a single video source. This function greatly simplifies videowall setup.
RS-232C OUTPUTS also realize the simple daisy chain connection. The master projector directly connected to the
computer can make the daisy chain connection with multiple slave projectors. For details on setting master or
slave, see page 63.
• Use a videowall projector stand, sold separately, when using this function.
• Image quality may deteriorate when picture signals are input through multiple projectors in a daisy chain
connection.
• For more information on this feature, see the operation manuals accompanying the Sharp Advanced Presentation Software—
Professional Edition.
• When UXGA signal is displayed, the videowall can not be set by Sharp Advanced Presentation Software—Professional
Edition.
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Lamp/Maintenance Indicators
Maintenance Indicators
TEMP
LAMP2
2
TEMPERATURE
WARNING
indicator
LAMP1 POWER
1
LAMP 2
LAMP 1
POWER
REPLACEMENT REPLACEMENT indicator
indicator
indicator
Maintenance Indicator
TEMPERATURE
WARNING indicator
LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator
POWER indicator
Condition
• The warning lights on the projector indicate problems
inside the projector.
• There are three warning lights: a TEMPERATURE
WARNING indicator that warns you when the projector
is too hot, and two LAMP REPLACEMENT indicators
that warn you when to change a lamp.
• If a problem occurs, either the TEMPERATURE
WARNING indicator or the LAMP REPLACEMENT
indicators 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.
• Replace the filter.
(See page 73.)
• Cooling fan breakdown.
• Internal circuit failure.
• Take the projector to your nearest
Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products
Dealer or Service Center for repair.
The lamp does not
light up.
• Burnt-out lamp.
• Lamp circuit failure.
The lamp requires
replacement.
• Lamp has been used for
over 900 hours.
• Carefully replace the lamp. (See pages 71
and 72.)
• Take the projector to your nearest
Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products
Dealer or Service Center for repair.
The POWER
indicator flashes in
red when the
projector is on.
• The filter cover is open.
• Securely install the filter cover.
• The lens cover* is not
securely installed.
• Securely install the lens cover.
The internal
temperature is
abnormally high.
* The lens cover is as shown below.
Lens cover
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
• 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 indicators 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.
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Lamp Maintenance
Confirming the Lamp Usage Time
Lamp
The lamp in this projector operates for approximately 1,000 cumulative hours, depending on the usage environment. (As the usage environment can vary significantly, the projector lamp may not operate for 1,000 hours.) It is
recommended that the lamp be replaced after approximately 900 cumulative hours of use or when you notice a
significant deterioration of the picture and color quality. The lamp usage time can be checked with the On-screen
Display.
CAUTION
• Intense light hazard. Do not attempt to look into the aperture and lens while the projector is operating.
Projector
Remote Control
This function allows you to check the accumulated lamp
usage time.
(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 “Options (2)”.
1.2.3
4.5.6
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Lamp Timer”. The lamp
usage time will be displayed.
4 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
(GUI) On-screen Display
• It is recommended that the lamp be replaced after
approximately 900 cumulative hours of use. See pages 71
and 72 for lamp replacement.
Condition
Problem
• Lamp has been used for over 900
hours.
A significant deterioration of the
picture and color quality occurs.
The power will automatically turn
off and the projector will enter
standby mode.
“LAMP” and “ ” will flash in red in
the lower-left corner of the picture,
and the power will turn off.
• Lamp has been used for over 1,000
hours.
Possible Solution
• Purchase a replacement lamp unit
(lamp/cage module) of the current
type BQC-XGV10WU/1 from your
nearest Authorized Sharp Industrial
LCD Products Dealer or Service
Center.
• Replace the lamp. (See pages 71
and 72.) If you wish, you may have
the lamp replaced at your nearest
Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD
Products Dealer or Service Center.
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
The LAMP REPLACEMENT
indicator lights up red, and “LAMP”
and “ ” will flash in yellow in the
lower-left corner of the picture.
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Setting the Lamp Mode
Projector
Remote Control
1, 6
This function can be used to set the lamp mode.
The mode can be set to double the effective lamp usage
time.
Description of Lamp Mode
2, 3, 4
5
1.2.3
Selected item
Description
Both Lamps
Both lamps are used for greater brightness.
Lamp 1 Only
Lamp 1 is used.
When lamp 1 burns out, automatically
switches to lamp 2.
Lamp 2 Only
Lamp 2 is used.
When lamp 2 burns out, automatically
switches to lamp 1.
Equal Use
Both lamps are used alternatingly.
Switches after every 100 hrs. of use.
4.5.6
(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 (2)”.
3 Press ∂/ƒ to select “Lamp Mode”, and then
press ©.
4 Press ∂/ƒ to select the desired Lamp Mode.
5 Press ENTER to save the setting.
6 To exit from the GUI, press MENU.
• In “Equal Use” mode, when the projector is used for more than
24 hrs. continuously, it switches in shift of 100 hrs.
Replacing the Lamp
CAUTION
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
• Potential hazard of glass particles if lamp ruptures. In case of lamp rupture, contact your nearest
Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or Service Center for a replacement.
• Do not remove the lamp cage directly after operation of the projector. The lamp may be extremely
hot. Wait at least one hour after the power cord is disconnected to allow the surface of the lamp cage
to fully cool before removing the lamp cage.
It is recommended that the lamp be replaced after approximately 900 cumulative hours of use or when you notice
a significant deterioration of the picture and color quality. Carefully change the lamp by following the steps on the
next page.
If the new lamp does not light after replacement, take your projector to the nearest Authorized Sharp Industrial
LCD Products Dealer or Service Center for repair. Purchase a replacement lamp unit (lamp/cage module) of the
current type BQC-XGV10WU/1 from your nearest Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or Service
Center. Then carefully change the lamp by following the instructions on the next page. If you wish, you may have
the lamp replaced at your nearest Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or Service Center.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO U.S. CUSTOMERS:
The lamp included with this projector is backed by a 90-day parts and labor limited warranty. All service of this
projector under warranty, including lamp replacement, must be obtained through an Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD
Products Dealer or Service Center. For the name of the nearest Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or
Service Center, please call toll-free: 1-888-GO-SHARP (1-888-467-4277).
U.S.A. ONLY
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Replacing the Lamp
Removing and installing the lamp unit
CAUTION
• Be sure to remove the lamp cage by the handle. Be sure not to touch the glass surface of the lamp cage
or the inside of the projector.
• To avoid injury to yourself and damage to the lamp, be sure to carefully follow the steps below.
• Replace the lamp more safely by unplugging the power cord after turning off the main power.
Lamp 1 Lamp 2
High angle view
1
Turn off the power.
Press POWER OFF. Wait until
the cooling fan stops.
2
Turn off the main
power.
Turn off the MAIN POWER
switch. (Unplug the power cord.)
or
4
Remove the lamp
cage.
Remove the securing screws
from the lamp cage. Hold the
lamp cage by the handle and
pull it horizontally towards you.
5
Attach the lamp cage cover
and turn on the main power.
Slide the lamp cage cover in the
direction of the arrow (to the
close mark) on the back of the
projector. Then turn on the MAIN
POWER switch.
3
Remove the lamp cage
cover.
Loosen the user service screw
that secures the lamp cage
cover on the back of the
projector. Then slide the cover in
the direction of the arrow (to the
open mark).
6
Press POWER ON on projector. LAMP
REPLACEMENT indicator flashes red.
Then press ENTER to reset lamp timer.
Press POWER ON, and then
press ENTER on the projector.
ON
Securing screws
ENTER
Securing screw
Turn off the main power again and
remove the lamp cage cover.
Turn off the main power switch
and slide the lamp cage cover
in the direction of the arrow (to
the open mark) on the back of
the projector.
8
Insert the new lamp
cage.
Press the lamp cage firmly into
the lamp cage compartment.
Fasten the securing screws.
9
Attach the lamp cage
cover.
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
7
Slide the lamp cage cover in the
direction of the arrow (to the
close mark) on the back of the
projector. Then tighten the user
service screw.
• You need to reset lamp timer every time when replacing the lamp and confirm it to be reset on “Lamp Timer” menu.
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Replacing the Air Filter
• This projector is equipped with one air filter to ensure the optimal operating condition of the projector.
• The air filter should be exchanged after every 2,000 hours of use.
• Have your nearest Authorized Sharp Industrial LCD Products Dealer or Service Center exchange the filter
(PFILD0110CEZZ).
Front View
Air filter
Replacing the front air filter
1
Turn off the power.
2
Turn off the main power
and unplug the power cord.
3
Remove the front filter
cover.
Grasp the tab and lift open the
filter cover in the direction of the
arrow.
or
4
Remove the air filter.
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Grasp the air filter tabs between
your fingers and pull it out of
the filter compartment.
5
Replace the air filter.
Press the air filter firmly into the
filter compartment.
6
Reset the filter
cover.
Insert the tab on the end of the
filter cover into the filter cover
opening and press the filter
cover into position.
• When resetting the filter cover, be sure the filter is securely installed. The power will not turn on unless it is correctly
installed.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Power cannot be turned on or
off using the POWER buttons
(ON/OFF) on the projector.
Check
• Keylock level is set to “Level A” or “Level B”, preventing operation of some or all
buttons. (See page 59.)
Cannot be operated by
remote control.
• When the projector is set to slave, use the buttons on the master projector or change the
setting by RS-232C commands from the computer. (See page 63.)
Cannot be operated by all
buttons of the projector and
remote control.
• When using slave setting in combination with Keylock Level B or C, all the buttons on
the projector and the remote control are disabled. Use the SAPS or RS-232C commands
to release slave and Keylock setting and enable buttons to operate.
No picture and no sound.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Sound is heard but no picture
appears.
• Cables incorrectly connected to side panel of the projector. (See pages 14–18.)
• “Contrast” and “Bright” adjustments are set to minimum position. (See page 43.)
• On-screen Display (“BLACK SCREEN”) is turned off and Black Screen function is turned
on, creating a black image. (See page 32.)
Color is faded or poor.
• “Color” and “Tint” adjustments are not correct. (See page 43.)
Picture is blurred.
• Adjust the focus. (See page 29.)
• Projection distance is too long or too short to allow for proper focus. (See pages 21–28.)
Picture appears but no sound
is heard.
• Cables incorrectly connected to side panel of the projector. (See pages 14–18.)
• Volume is set to minimum. (See page 31.)
No OSD appears.
• OSD Display is set to “Level A” or “Level B”, preventing to display some or all On-screen
Displays. (See page 53.)
Projector power cord is not plugged into the wall outlet.
The front filter cover is not securely installed.
Selected input is wrong. (See page 31.)
Cables incorrectly connected to side panel of the projector. (See pages 14–18.)
Remote control batteries have run down. (See page 12.)
Remote control’s MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch is set to MOUSE.
An unusual sound is occasion- • If the picture is normal, the sound is due to cabinet shrinkage caused by temperature
changes. This will not affect operation or performance.
ally heard from the cabinet.
Maintenance indicator lights
up.
• Refer to “Lamp/Maintenance Indicators” on page 69.
Picture noise appears.
• Adjust the “Phase” setting. (See page 46.)
• Noise may appear when used with certain computers. Set the NOISE FILTER to ON
using the RS-232C command. (See pages 80–82.)
480P images do not appear.
• Set the resolution mode to 480P. (See page 48.)
Lens comes off.
Maintenance &
Troubleshooting
Image is green on INPUT 1, 2, • Change the input signal type. (See page 45.)
4 or 5 COMPONENT.
Image is pink (no green) on
INPUT 1, 2 RGB.
• Align the mark on the lens with the corresponding mark on the projector, push the lens
firmly in place, and rotate to the right.
For SHARP Assistance (U.S.A. only)
If you encounter any problems during setup or operation of this projector, first refer to the “Troubleshooting”
section on this page. If this operation manual does not answer your question, please call toll free 1-888-GOSHARP (1-888-467-4277) for further assistance. Or, send us an e-mail at lcdsupport@sharplcd.com .
Our World Wide Web address is http://www.sharplcd.com .
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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 maximize 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,
utilize software such as Astound®, Freelance®, Persuasion® or
PowerPoint®.
• For high-end multimedia and interactive presentations, use software
such as Macromedia Director®.
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
• 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, digital 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.
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.
Color has a great effect on the audience during a presentation.
When used correctly and legibly, studies show that
background and foreground colors establish an emotional
tone for a presentation, help viewers understand and retain
information, and influence an audience to take a desired
course of action.
Color Considerations
Appendix
Yellow
on Black
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• Choose legible colors.
• Text and graphics colors need sufficient contrast.
• Use darker colors for the background since a lighter background
can create uncomfortable glare. (Yellow on black creates an ideal
contrast.)
Guide to Effective Presentations
• Background colors can subconsciously affect the audience:
Red
Blue
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
color.
Green—stimulates interaction.
Green
Black
Black—conveys finality and certainty. Use it as a transitional
color between slides when moving from one idea to another.
• Foreground colors create a major impact on how well an
audience understands and remembers a message.
• Use one or two bright colors for emphasis.
• Highlight important messages.
• The eye has a difficult time reading certain colored text on
certain colored backgrounds. For example, text and
background colors in red and green, and blue and black
make for difficult viewing.
• Colorblind individuals may find it difficult to distinguish
between red and green, brown and green, and purple and
blue. Avoid using these colors together.
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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 6 8 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 4 (1.2 meter)-wide screen
at 10 (3 meters), on a 7.5 (2.3 meter)-wide screen at 20
(6.1 meters) and a 12 (3.7 meter)-wide screen at 30 (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.
• Mixed case text is easier to read than text which is displayed
in capital letters.
Appendix
Sans-serif
Serif
• 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.
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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
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
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 6 (1.8 meters) above the floor.
Screen—The screen should always be in the center 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.
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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.
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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
• Before beginning, visualize yourself delivering an
outstanding presentation.
• Know your speech, memorizing 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 emphasize
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.
Appendix
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Connecting Pin Assignments
INPUT 1 RGB and OUTPUT (INPUT 1, 2) Signal Input Ports: 15-pin Mini D-sub female connector
5
10
15
1
6
11
RGB 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)
Component Input
Analog
1. PR (CR)
2. Y
3. PB (CB)
4. Not connected
5. Not connected
6. Earth (PR)
7. Earth (Y)
8. Earth (PB)
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Earth (blue)
Not connected
GND
GND
Bi-directional data
Horizontal sync signal
Vertical sync signal
Data clock
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
RS-232C Port: 9-pin D-sub male connector of the DIN-D-sub RS-232C cable
1
6
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5
9
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
DVI Port: 29-pin
C1C2
9
1
8 16
17
24 C3 C4
C5
Appendix
• *1 Return for 5 V, Hsync. and Vsync.
• *2 Analog R, G and B return
• *3 These pins are not used on this equipment.
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Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Name
T.M.D.S. Data 2
T.M.D.S. Data 2
T.M.D.S. Data 2/4 Shield
T.M.D.S. Data 4*3
T.M.D.S. Data 4*3
DDC Clock
DDC Data
Analog Vertical Sync
T.M.D.S. Data 1
T.M.D.S. Data 1
T.M.D.S. Data 1/3 Shield
T.M.D.S. Data 3*3
T.M.D.S. Data 3*3
5 V Power
Ground*1
Hot Plug Detect
T.M.D.S. Data 0
T.M.D.S. Data 0
T.M.D.S. Data 0/5 Shield
T.M.D.S. Data 5*3
T.M.D.S. Data 5*3
T.M.D.S. Clock Shield
T.M.D.S. Clock
T.M.D.S. Clock
Analog Red
Analog Green
Analog Blue
Analog Horizontal sync
Analog Ground*2
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) Specifications and Command Settings
PC control
A computer can be used to control the projector by connecting an RS-232C cable (null modem, cross type, sold
separately) to the projector. (See page 16 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
Command 4-digits
Response code format
Normal response
O
P3
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
A
B
R
1
0
COMMAND PARAMETER
O
K
RETURN
POWER ON
P O W R _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
POWER OFF
P O W R _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
VOLUME (0–60)
V O L A _ _ * * OK OR ERR
MUTE ON
M U T E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
MUTE OFF
M U T E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
LENS FOCUS (30 – 30)
L N F O _ * * * OK OR ERR
LENS ZOOM (30 – 30)
L N Z O _ * * * OK OR ERR
LENS SHIFT (30 – 30)
L N S H _ * * * OK OR ERR
KEYSTONE (200 – 200)
K E Y S * * * * OK OR ERR
DIGITAL SHIFT (152 – 152)
L N D S _ * * * OK OR ERR
BLACK SCREEN ON
I M B K _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
CONTROL CONTENTS
COMMAND PARAMETER
RETURN
BLACK SCREEN OFF
I M B K _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1)
I R G B _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2)
I R G B _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3)
I R G B _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1)
I V E D _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2)
I V E D _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3)
I V E D _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT CHECK
I C H K _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
FREEZE ON
F R E Z _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
FREEZE OFF
F R E Z _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
AUTO SYNC START
A D J S _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
Appendix
BUTTONS & REMOTE CONTROL KEY
CONTROL CONTENTS
_
Projector
BUTTONS & REMOTE CONTROL KEY
R
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COMMAND PARAMETER
CONTROL CONTENTS
RETURN
COMMAND PARAMETER
RETURN
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) SIGNAL TYPE : RGB
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) RESIZE : FULL
R A S R _ _ _ 5 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) SIGNAL TYPE : COMPONENT
I B S I _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) RESIZE : DOT BY DOT
R A S R _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) 2D PROGRESSIVE
R A I P _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) RESIZE : NORMAL
R B S R _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) 3D PROGRESSIVE
R A I P _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) RESIZE : FULL
R B S R _ _ _ 5 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) Film MODE
R A I P _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) RESIZE : DOT BY DOT
R B S R _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) 2D PROGRESSIVE
R B I P _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) RESIZE : NORMAL
R C S R _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) 3D PROGRESSIVE
R B I P _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) RESIZE : FULL
R C S R _ _ _ 5 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) Film MODE
R B I P _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) RESIZE : DOT BY DOT
R C S R _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) 2D PROGRESSIVE
R C I P _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) RESIZE : NORMAL
R A S V _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) 3D PROGRESSIVE
R C I P _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) RESIZE : FULL
R A S V _ _ _ 5 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) Film MODE
R C I P _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) RESIZE : BORDER
R A S V _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) CONTRAST (30 – 30)
V A P I _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) RESIZE : STRETCH
R A S V _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) BRIGHT (30 – 30)
V A B R _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) RESIZE : SMART STRETCH
R A S V _ _ _ 4 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) RED (30 – 30)
V A R D _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) RESIZE : NORMAL
R B S V _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) BLUE (30 – 30)
V A B E _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) RESIZE : FULL
R B S V _ _ _ 5 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) COLOR (30 – 30)
V A C O _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) RESIZE : BORDER
R B S V _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) TINT (30 – 30)
V A T I _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) RESIZE : STRETCH
R B S V _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) SHARP (30 – 30)
V A S H _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) RESIZE : SMART STRETCH
R B S V _ _ _ 4 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) CLR TEMP (3 – 3)
V A C T _ _ * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) RESIZE : NORMAL
R C S V _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) DISPLAY
V A R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) RESIZE : FULL
R C S V _ _ _ 5 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) ADJUSTMENT RESET
V A R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) RESIZE : BORDER
R C S V _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) CONTRAST (30 – 30)
V B P I * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) RESIZE : STRETCH
R C S V _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) BRIGHT (30 – 30)
V B B R * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) RESIZE : SMART STRETCH
R C S V _ _ _ 4 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) RED (30 – 30)
V B R D * * * * OK OR ERR
RGB GAMMA : STANDARD
G A M R _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) BLUE (30 – 30)
V B B E * * * * OK OR ERR
RGB GAMMA : GAMMA1
G A M R _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) COLOR (30 – 30)
V B C O * * * * OK OR ERR
RGB GAMMA : GAMMA2
G A M R _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) TINT (30 – 30)
V B T I * * * * OK OR ERR
RGB GAMMA : CUSTOM
G A M R _ _ _ 4 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) SHARP (30 – 30)
V B S H _ * * * OK OR ERR
VIDEO GAMMA : STANDARD
G A M V _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) CLR TEMP (3 – 3)
V B C T _ _ * * OK OR ERR
VIDEO GAMMA : GAMMA1
G A M V _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) DISPLAY
V B R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
VIDEO GAMMA : GAMMA2
G A M V _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) ADJUSTMENT RESET
V B R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
VIDEO GAMMA : CUSTOM
G A M V _ _ _ 4 OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) CONTRAST (30 – 30)
V C P I * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) CONTRAST (30 – 30)
R A P I _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) BRIGHT (30 – 30)
V C B R * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) BRIGHT (30 – 30)
R A B R _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) RED (30 – 30)
V C R D * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) RED (30 – 30)
R A R D _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) BLUE (30 – 30)
V C B E * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) BLUE (30 – 30)
R A B E _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) COLOR (30 – 30)
V C C O * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) COLOR (30 – 30)
R A C O _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) TINT (30 – 30)
V C T I * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) TINT (30 – 30)
R A T I _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) SHARP (30 – 30)
V C S H _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) SHARP (30 – 30)
R A S H _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) CLR TEMP (3 – 3)
V C C T _ _ * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) CLR TEMP (3 – 3)
R A C T _ _ * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) DISPLAY
V C R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) DISPLAY
R A R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) ADJUSTMENT RESET
V C R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) ADJUSTMENT RESET
R A R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) SIGNAL TYPE : VIDEO
I A S V _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) CONTRAST (30 – 30)
R B P I _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) SIGNAL TYPE : COMPONENT I A S V _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
PICTURE
R A S R _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
I B S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) BRIGHT (30 – 30)
R B B R _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) SIGNAL TYPE : VIDEO
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) RED (30 – 30)
R B R D _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) SIGNAL TYPE : COMPONENT I B S V _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
I B S V _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) BLUE (30 – 30)
R B B E _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) 2D PROGRESSIVE
V A I P _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) COLOR (30 – 30)
R B C O _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) 3D PROGRESSIVE
V A I P _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) TINT (30 – 30)
R B T I _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 4 (VIDEO 1) Film MODE
V A I P _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) SHARP (30 – 30)
R B S H _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) 2D PROGRESSIVE
V B I P _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) CLR TEMP (3 – 3)
R B C T _ _ * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) 3D PROGRESSIVE
V B I P _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) DISPLAY
R B R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 5 (VIDEO 2) Film MODE
V B I P _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 2 (RGB 2) ADJUSTMENT RESET
R B R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) 2D PROGRESSIVE
V C I P _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) CONTRAST (30 – 30)
R C P I _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) 3D PROGRESSIVE
V C I P _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) BRIGHT (30 – 30)
R C B R _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 6 (VIDEO 3) Film MODE
V C I P _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) RED (30 – 30)
R C R D _ * * * OK OR ERR
(INPUT 1–6) 2D PROGRESSIVE
I M I P _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) BLUE (30 – 30)
R C B E _ * * * OK OR ERR
(INPUT 1–6) 3D PROGRESSIVE
I M I P _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) COLOR (30 – 30)
R C C O _ * * * OK OR ERR
(INPUT 1–6) Film MODE
I M I P _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) TINT (30 – 30)
R C T I _ * * * OK OR ERR
CLOCK (150 – 150)
I N C L * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) SHARP (30 – 30)
R C S H _ * * * OK OR ERR
PHASE (60 – 60)
I N P H _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) CLR TEMP (3 – 3)
R C C T _ _ * * OK OR ERR
H-POSITION (150 – 150)
I A H P * * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) DISPLAY
R C R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
V-POSITION (60 – 60)
I A V P _ * * * OK OR ERR
INPUT 3 (RGB 3) ADJUSTMENT RESET
R C R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
RGB INPUT DISPLAY
I A R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) SIGNAL TYPE : RGB
I A S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
RGB ADJUSTMENT RESET
I A R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) SIGNAL TYPE : COMPONENT
I A S I _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
SAVE SETTING (1 – 7)
M E M S _ _ _ * OK OR ERR
FINE SYNC *1
Appendix
PICTURE
BUTTONS & REMOTE CONTROL KEY
CONTROL CONTENTS
INPUT 1 (RGB 1) RESIZE : NORMAL
(RS-232C) Specifications and Command Settings
OPTIONS (2)
COMMAND PARAMETER
CONTROL CONTENTS
RETURN
COMMAND PARAMETER
RETURN
M E M L _ _ _ * OK OR ERR
LAMP QUANTITY
T L P N _ _ _ 1 1 OR 2
RGB HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY CHECK
T F R Q _ _ _ 1 kHz (***. *OR_)
LAMP 1 STATUS
T L P S _ _ _ 1 0: OFF, 1: ON, 2: RETRY,
RGB VERTICAL FREQUENCY CHECK
T F R Q _ _ _ 2 Hz (***. *OR_)
LAMP 2 STATUS
T L P S _ _ _ 2 3: WAITING, 4: LAMP ERROR
AUTO SYNC ON
A A D J _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
PRJ MODE : REVERSE OFF
I M R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
AUTO SYNC OFF
A A D J _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
PRJ MODE : REVERSE ON
I M R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
AUTO SYNC DISPLAY ON
I M A S _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
PRJ MODE : INVERT OFF
I M I N _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
AUTO SYNC DISPLAY OFF
I M A S _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
PRJ MODE : INVERT ON
I M I N _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
BALANCE (30 – 30)
A A B L _ * * * OK OR ERR
STACK SETTING : NORMAL
S T A K _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
A A T E _ * * * OK OR ERR
STACK SETTING : MASTER
S T A K _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
A A B A _ * * * OK OR ERR
STACK SETTING : SLAVE
S T A K _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
AUDIO DISPLAY
A A R E _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
KEYLOCK LEVEL : NORMAL
K E Y L _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
AUDIO ADJUSTMENT RESET
A A R E _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
KEYLOCK LEVEL : LEVEL A
K E Y L _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
PICT IN PICT : BOTTOM RIGHT
P I N P _ _ 1 1 OK OR ERR
PICT IN PICT : BOTTOM LEFT
P I N P _ _ 1 2 OK OR ERR
PICT IN PICT : UPPER RIGHT
P I N P _ _ 1 3 OK OR ERR
PICT IN PICT : UPPER LEFT
P I N P _ _ 1 4 OK OR ERR
PICT IN PICT RESET
OPTIONS (2)
TREBLE (30 – 30)
BASS (30 – 30)
KEYLOCK LEVEL : LEVEL B
K E Y L _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 1 NO USE
R A S I _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 1 USE
R A S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 2 NO USE
R B S I _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
P I N P _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 2 USE
R B S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
VIDEO 3D DNR OFF
3 D N R _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 3 NO USE
R C S I _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
VIDEO 3D DNR ON
3 D N R _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 3 USE
R C S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
OSD DISPLAY ON
I M D I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 4 NO USE
V A S I _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
OSD DISPLAY OFF (LEVEL A)
I M D I _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 4 USE
V A S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
OSD DISPLAY OFF (LEVEL B)
I M D I _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 5 NO USE
V B S I _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
BLACK SCREEN DISPLAY ON
I M B O _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 5 USE
V B S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
BLACK SCREEN DISPLAY OFF
I M B O _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 6 NO USE
V C S I _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
VIDEO SYSTEM SELECTION : AUTO
M E S Y _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
SET INPUTS : INPUT 6 USE
V C S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
VIDEO SYSTEM SELECTION : PAL
M E S Y _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
ID NO. CHECK
R D I D _ _ _ 1 001–250
VIDEO SYSTEM SELECTION : SECAM
M E S Y _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION : ENGLISH
M E L A _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
VIDEO SYSTEM SELECTION : NTSC4.43
M E S Y _ _ _ 4 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION : DEUTSCH
M E L A _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
VIDEO SYSTEM SELECTION : NTSC3.58
M E S Y _ _ _ 5 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION : ESPAÑOL
M E L A _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
VIDEO SYSTEM SELECTION : PAL_M
M E S Y _ _ _ 6 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION : NEDERLANDS
M E L A _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
VIDEO SYSTEM SELECTION : PAL_N
M E S Y _ _ _ 7 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION : FRANÇAIS
M E L A _ _ _ 4 OK OR ERR
BACKGROUND SELECTION : SHARP
I M B G _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION : ITALIANO
M E L A _ _ _ 5 OK OR ERR
BACKGROUND SELECTION : CUSTOM
I M B G _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION : SVENSKA
M E L A _ _ _ 6 OK OR ERR
BACKGROUND SELECTION : BLUE
I M B G _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION :
M E L A _ _ _ 7 OK OR ERR
BACKGROUND SELECTION : NONE
I M B G _ _ _ 4 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION : PORTUGUÊS
M E L A _ _ _ 8 OK OR ERR
STARTUP IMAGE SELECTION : SHARP
I M S I _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION :
M E L A _ _ _ 9 OK OR ERR
STARTUP IMAGE SELECTION : CUSTOM
I M S I _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE SELECTION :
M E L A _ _ 1 0 OK OR ERR
STARTUP IMAGE SELECTION : NONE
I M S I _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
MODEL NAME CHECK
M N R D _ _ _ 1 MODEL NAME
MONITOR OUT OFF
M O U T _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
NOISE FILTER OFF
N F I L _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
MONITOR OUT ON
M O U T _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
NOISE FILTER ON *2
N F I L _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
AUTO POWER OFF : NO USE
A P O W _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
SERIAL NO. CHECK *3
S N R D _ _ _ 1 SERIAL NO.
AUTO POWER OFF : USE
A P O W _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
PROJECTOR NAME *4
P J N A _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
ID NO. LED DISPLAY : DISPLAY OFF
I L E D _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
ID NO. LED DISPLAY : STANDBY OFF
I L E D _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
ID NO. LED DISPLAY : DISPLAY ON
I L E D _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
LAMP 1 USAGE TIME
T L T T _ _ _ 1 0–9999 (INTEGER)
LAMP 2 USAGE TIME
T L T T _ _ _ 2 0–9999 (INTEGER)
LAMP MODE : BOTH LAMPS
L P M D _ _ _ 0 OK OR ERR
LAMP MODE : LAMP 1 ONLY
L P M D _ _ _ 1 OK OR ERR
LAMP MODE : LAMP 2 ONLY
L P M D _ _ _ 2 OK OR ERR
LAMP MODE : EQUAL USE
L P M D _ _ _ 3 OK OR ERR
LANGUAGE
OPTIONS (1)
AUDIO
FINE SYNC *1
CONTROL CONTENTS
SELECT SETTING (1 – 7)
P J N A _ _ _ 2 PROJECTOR NAME
Appendix
• If an underbar (_) appears in the parameter column, enter a space. If an asterisk (*) appears, enter a value in the range
indicated in brackets under CONTROL CONTENTS.
• *1 FINE SYNC can only be set in the displayed RGB mode.
• *2 Noise may appear when used with certain computers. Set the NOISE FILTER to ON using the RS-232C command.
• *3 SERIAL NO. CHECK command is used to read out the 12 digits of serial No..
• *4 After OK is returned, enter PROJECTOR NAME, up to 16-character memory. The PROJECTOR NAME in memory can then
be output (confirmed).
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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
SYSTEM CODE
CONTROL
ITEM
EXTERNAL
CODE
DATA CODE
SYSTEM CODE
CONTROL
ITEM
C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15
EXTERNAL
CODE
DATA CODE
C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15
ON
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
UNDO
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
OFF
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
FREEZE
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
VOL 1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
ENLARGE
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
VOL 1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
AUTO SYNC
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
MUTE
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
∂
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
MENU
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
ƒ
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
LENS
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
ß
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
TOOLS
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
©
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
BLACK SCREEN 1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
GAMMA
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
ENTER
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
INPUT 1. 2. 3
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
RESIZE
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
INPUT 4. 5. 6
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
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
• T0 1.05 ms
• T1 2.10 ms
• Pulse carrier frequency 455/12 kHz
• Duty ratio 1:1
Transmission control code
15 bit
C1
C2
C3
C4
Appendix
System Address
D to D Common Data Bit
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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
Computer Compatibility Chart
Horizontal Frequency: 15–126 kHz
Vertical Frequency: 43–200 Hz
Pixel Clock: 12–230 MHz
Compatible with sync on green and composite sync signals
UXGA (1,600 1,200) compatible in advanced intelligent compression
AICS (Advanced Intelligent Compression and Expansion System) resizing technology
PC/
MAC/
WS
Resolution
640 350
720 350
640 400
720 400
VGA
640 480
PC
SVGA
XGA
800 600
1,024 768
Horizontal
Frequency
(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
VESA
Standard
Display
PC/
MAC/
WS
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency
(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
VESA
Standard
27.0
60
54.3
60
31.5
70
64.0
70
37.9
85
27.0
60
31.5
70
27.0
60
77.3
85
31.5
70
90.2
100
37.9
85
111.1
120
27.0
60
54.8
60
31.5
70
65.9
72
37.9
85
67.4
74
26.2
50
31.5
60
34.7
70
37.9
72
37.5
75
91.1
85
43.3
85
108.4
100
74.7
52
75.0
60
81.3
65
87.5
70
90.1
72
47.9
90
53.0
100
1,152 864
SXGA
1,152 882
61.8
120
78.5
150
80.9
160
100.4
200
31.4
50
35.1
56
37.9
60
44.5
70
48.1
72
46.9
75
53.7
85
56.8
90
64.0
100
77.2
120
98.3
PC
1,280 1,024
UXGA 1,600 1,200
Upscale
PC/
MAC 13"
VGA
640 480
PC/
MAC 19"
XGA
1,024 768
PC/
MAC 21"
SXGA 1,280 1,024
832 624
64.1
72
67.5
75
75.7
80
64.0
60
74.6
70
78.1
74
75.7
75
34.9
67
48.4
60
60.0
75
80.0
75
46.8
75
49.6
75
68.5
75
102.1
160
HP (WS)
1,280 1,024
78.1
72
125.6
200
PC (WS)
35.5
43
40.3
50
56.5
70
58.1
72
68.7
85
73.5
90
77.2
96
80.6
100
98.8
120
113.2
140
125.6
150
SGI (WS)
SUN (WS)
1,280 1,024
1,152 900
SXGA 1,152 870
SXGA
True
85
MAC 21"
1,280 960
75
150
WS
Upscale
93.8
SVGA
106.3
MAC 16"
60.0
60
85.9
85
53.5
50
76.8
72
60.9
66
71.9
76
Display
Advanced
Intelligent
Compression
Intelligent
Compression
Upscale
True
Upscale
True
Upscale
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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Dimensions
Rear View
Side View
Top View
5 32
/ (3.9)
16 5/16 (414.5)
24 29/64 (621.3)
2 15/16 (74.5)
Side View
17 31/64 (444.2)
14 51/64 (376)
1 1/64 (25.65) 3 7/32 (81.85)
Front View
8 47/64 (221.85)
1 21/32 (42)
Appendix
Bottom View
Units: inches (mm)
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Specifications
Product type LCD Projector
Model XG-V10WU
Video system PAL/PAL 60/PAL-M/PAL-N/SECAM/NTSC 3.58/NTSC 4.43
DTV 480i/480P/720P/1080i
Display method LCD panel 3, RGB optical shutter method
LCD panel Panel size: 1.8 (28.7 [H] 35.8 [W] mm)
Display method: Translucent TN liquid crystal panel
Drive method: TFT (Thin Film Transistor) Active Matrix panel
No. of dots: 1,310,720 dots (1,280 [H] 1,024 [V])
Projection lamp 200 W UHP lamp 2
Contrast ratio 400:1
Video input signal BNC Connector: VIDEO (INPUT 4, 5), composite video, 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Ω
terminated
RCA Connector: AUDIO (INPUT 4, 5), 0.5 Vrms more than 22 kΩ (stereo)
S-video input signal 4-pin Mini DIN connector (INPUT 4, 5)
Y (luminance signal): 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Ω terminated
C (chrominance signal): Burst 0.286 Vp-p, 75 Ω terminated
Component input signal BNC Connector (INPUT 2, 4, 5)
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
Horizontal resolution 620 TV lines (video input), 720 TV lines (DTV 720P input, Dot by Dot)
RGB input signal 15-PIN MINI D-SUB CONNECTOR (INPUT 1), 5 BNC CONNECTOR (INPUT 2):
RGB separate/composite sync/sync on green type analog input: 0–0.7 Vp-p, positive,
75 Ω terminated
DVI CONNECTOR (29-PIN) (INPUT 3), RGB (DIGITAL), 250–1,000 mV, 50 Ω
HORIZONTAL SYNC. SIGNAL: TTL level (positive/negative) or composite sync (Apple only)
VERTICAL SYNC. SIGNAL: Same as above
Pixel clock 12–230 MHz
Vertical frequency 43–200 Hz
Horizontal frequency 15–126 kHz
Computer control signal 9-pin D-sub connector (RS-232C Input Port/Output Port)
Speaker system 1 31⁄32 3 5⁄32 (5 8 cm) oval 2, 3 W 3 W (stereo)
Rated voltage AC 110–120/220–240 V
Input current 6.2 A/3.1 A
Rated frequency 50/60 Hz
Power consumption 575 W
Power dissipation < 2,100 BTU/hour
Operating temperature 41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C)
Storage temperature 4°F to 140°F (20°C to 60°C)
Cabinet Plastic
I/R carrier frequency 38 kHz
Laser pointer of remote control Wave length: 650 nm / Max. output: 1 mW / Class II Laser Product
Dimensions (approx.) 17 31⁄64 (W) 7 23⁄32 (H) 24 29⁄64 (D) (444.2 196.2 621.3 mm) (main body only)
20 55⁄64 (W) 8 23⁄32 (H) 25 5⁄16 (D) (530.1 221.9 643.2 mm) (including standard
lens, terminal cover, adjustment feet and projecting parts)
Weight (approx.) 41.7 lbs. (18.9 kg) (main body only)
Supplied accessories Remote control, Two AA size batteries, Power cord (11 10, 3.6 m), RGB cable (9 10,
3 m), PS/2 mouse control cable (3 3, 1 m), USB mouse control cable (3 3, 1 m), Remote
mouse receiver, Extra air filter, Terminal cover, CD-ROM, LCD projector operation manual,
LCD projector quick reference, Sharp Advanced Presentation Software operation manual
Replacement parts Lamp unit (Lamp/cage module) (BQC-XGV10WU/1), Remote control (RRMCG1564CESA),
AA size batteries, Power cord (QACCU5013CEZZ), RGB cable (QCNW-5304CEZZ), PS/2
mouse control cable (QCNW-5113CEZZ), USB mouse control cable (QCNW-5680CEZZ),
Remote mouse receiver (RUNTK0673CEZZ), Air filter (PFILD0110CEZZ), Terminal cover
(CCOVA1789CE01), CD-ROM (UDSKA0020CEN1), LCD projector operation manual (TINS6974CEZZ), LCD projector quick reference (TINS-6980CEZZ), Sharp Advanced
Presentation Software operation manual (TINS-6992CEZZ)
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.
If you have any questions about this matter, please call toll free 1-888GO-SHARP (1-888-467-4277). U.S.A. ONLY
Appendix
This SHARP projector uses LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) panels. These
very sophisticated panels contain 1,310,720 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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Glossary
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
Optimizes projected computer images by automatically adjusting certain characteristics.
Background
Initial setting image projected when no signal is being input.
Border
Displays the 4:3 image as the biggest size (960720) that can be displayed on the WIDE mode screen (1280720).
Clock
Clock adjustment is used to adjust vertical noise when clock level is incorrect.
CLR Temp (Color temperature)
Function that can be used to adjust the color temperature to suit the type of image input to the projector. Decrease the color temperature to create warmer,
reddish images for natural flesh tones, or increase to create cooler, bluish images for a brighter picture.
Composite sync
Signal combining horizontal and vertical sync pulses.
Digital shift
Shifts image up or down easily by ∂/ƒ buttons when RESIZE mode of input image is NORMAL, BORDER, STRETCH or SMART STRETCH of COMPUTER
(except for SXGA and UXGA), VIDEO and DTV inputs.
Dot by dot
Mode that projects images in their native resolution.
DVI
Digital Visual Interface that supports both digital and analog displays.
GAMMA
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. You can select four different modes : STANDARD, GAMMA 1, GAMMA 2 and CUSTOM.
Intelligent compression and expansion
High quality resizing of lower and higher resolution images to fit the projector’s native resolution.
Intelligent digital keystone correction
Function to digitally correct a distorted image when the projector is set up at an angle, smoothes out jaggies on keystone images and compresses the image
not only horizontally but vertically keeping the 4 : 3 aspect ratio, and at the same time, calculates the aspect ratio automatically adjusting to the lens shift width.
Keylock level
Mode that can lock the operation of projector buttons to prevent mischief.
Lamp Mode
Mode that enables you to use two lamps in different combinations. You can select four different modes : Both Lamps (use two lamps simultaneously), Lamp 1 only
(use only lamp 1), Lamp 2 only (use only lamp 2 ) and Equal Use (use lamp 1 and lamp 2 alternatingly).
Lens shift
The lens can be easily raised and lowered to minimize or eliminate “Keystone” type effect.
Magnification (ENLARGE)
Digitally zooms in on a portion of an image.
Optional Board
The expansion board (sold separately) enables you to respond to the image signal for business-use and RS-422 control.
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.
Picture in Picture
Allows you to add video images onto a data screen image, providing you with even more effective presentations.
Presentation tools
Helpful tools used to emphasize keypoints throughout a presentation.
Progressive Mode
The progressive display projects a smoother video image. You can select three different modes : 2D Progressive, 3D Progressive and Film Mode.
RESIZE
Allows you to modify or customize the picture display mode to enhance the input image. You can select six different modes: NORMAL, FULL, DOT BY DOT,
BORDER, STRETCH and SMART STRETCH.
RS-232C
Function to control the projector from the computer by using the RS-232C ports on the projector and computer.
Set Inputs
Function to limit inputs. For example, when setting Input 2 to “OFF”, the input is switchable only between Input 1 and Input 3, skipping Input 2.
Smart Stretch
Mode that stretches the right and left sides of the 4:3 image horizontally while maintaining the aspect ratio around the center of the image to display it on the WIDE
screen.
Stack Setting
Prevents trouble with adjustment and operation when stack projecting. When setting two projectors, one to master and the other to slave, the slave follows the
master’s operation.
Appendix
Status function
Displays the settings of each adjustment item.
Stretch
Mode that stretches the 4:3 image horizontally to display it on the WIDE screen.
Sync on green
Video signal mode of a computer which overlaps horizontal and vertical sync signal to green color signal pin.
3D DNR (3D Digital Noise Reduction)
Provides high quality images with minimal dot crawl and cross color noise.
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Index
A
AC socket .........................................................................
Adjusting the Picture ........................................................
Adjustment Feet ...............................................................
ADJUSTMENT switch .......................................................
Air filter .............................................................................
Aspect ratio ......................................................................
Audio ................................................................................
Audio cable ......................................................................
AUDIO INPUT terminals ...................................................
AUDIO OUTPUT terminals ...............................................
Automatic power shutoff function ....................................
Auto sync adjustment ......................................................
AUTO SYNC button ..........................................................
N
14
43
20
12
73
34
50
18
11
11
55
49
49
B
Background .....................................................................
BACKLIGHT button ..........................................................
BLACK SCREEN button ...................................................
BNC-RCA adaptors ..........................................................
BORDER ..........................................................................
54
37
32
17
34
C
Carrying handle ...............................................................
Ceiling-mount ...................................................................
Ceiling+Rear ....................................................................
Clock ................................................................................
CLR Temp (Color Temperature) .......................................
4
30
56
46
44
D
Digital shift ....................................................................... 29
DOT BY DOT .................................................................... 34
DVI INPUT port (INPUT 3) ................................................ 16
E
Economy Mode ................................................................
ENLARGE button .............................................................
ENTER button ...................................................................
Exhaust vent .....................................................................
Extra air filter ....................................................................
55
33
10
3
13
F
FREEZE button ................................................................. 32
G
GAMMA button ................................................................ 35
GUI (Graphical User Interface) ........................................ 40
I
INPUT buttons ..................................................................
INPUT port .......................................................................
Input Setting .....................................................................
Intelligent digital keystone correction ..............................
31
11
59
29
K
Keylock Levels ................................................................. 59
L
69
39
37
29
29
M
MENU button ....................................................................
Monitor Out/RS-232C Off Function ..................................
MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT buttons .......................................
MOUSE/ADJUSTMENT switch .........................................
MUTE button ....................................................................
40
55
12
36
31
O
On-screen display ............................................................
On-screen display Language ..........................................
Optional Board .................................................................
OUTPUT port ...................................................................
53
57
62
11
P
Password .........................................................................
PDF ..................................................................................
Phase ...............................................................................
Picture in Picture ..............................................................
POWER buttons ...............................................................
Power cord .......................................................................
POWER indicator .............................................................
Presentation tools .............................................................
Progressive Mode ............................................................
PS/2 mouse control cable ................................................
61
9
46
51
19
14
19
64
45
38
R
Rear projection .................................................................
Remote control .................................................................
Remote control sensor .....................................................
Remote control signal transmitter ....................................
Remote mouse receiver ...................................................
RESIZE button ..................................................................
RGB cable ........................................................................
RIGHT-CLICK button ........................................................
RS-232C port ...................................................................
30
12
36
12
38
34
14
37
11
S
Save Setting .....................................................................
Select Setting ...................................................................
Set ID No. .........................................................................
Set Inputs .........................................................................
Speakers ..........................................................................
Stack Setting ....................................................................
Startup image ..................................................................
Status function .................................................................
S-VIDEO INPUT terminal ..................................................
SXGA ................................................................................
Sync .................................................................................
Sync on green ..................................................................
47
47
63
59
11
63
54
58
11
5
49
79
T
TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator ............................... 69
TOOLS button .................................................................. 64
Transmission Speed (RS-232C) ....................................... 60
U
UNDO button ................................................................... 40
USB mouse control cable ................................................ 38
V
VIDEO INPUT terminal .....................................................
Video System ...................................................................
Videowall ..........................................................................
VOLUME buttons .............................................................
11
53
68
31
Appendix
LAMP REPLACEMENT indicators ....................................
LASER POINTER button ...................................................
LEFT-CLICK button ..........................................................
LENS button .....................................................................
Lens shift ..........................................................................
Network Function ............................................................. 65
W
Wired remote control input ............................................... 39
WIRED REMOTE control input terminal ........................... 39
Wireless mouse ................................................................ 37
No.
1.2.3 button ...................................................................... 31
3D DNR (3D Digital Noise Reduction) ............................. 52
4.5.6 button ...................................................................... 31
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Appendix
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