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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................ 5
1.1
1.2
1.3
2.0
FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS .............................................................................................. 7
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3.0
Motorized Focus and Zoom ............................................................................................................... 7
Using the internal green X-hatch pattern ............................................................................ 7
Using an external test pattern (for advanced user).............................................................. 7
Gamma menu ..................................................................................................................................... 7
Setting the correct value to the Gamma .............................................................................. 7
Custom (Gamma Setup)...................................................................................................... 8
Gamma Adjust Sub-Menu (for advanced user)................................................................... 8
Setup Menu ........................................................................................................................................ 9
Image Profile....................................................................................................................... 9
Profile Memory ................................................................................................................... 9
Overscan (available with SD signal)................................................................................... 9
Mask (available with HD signal) ........................................................................................ 9
Source Menu ...................................................................................................................................... 9
Comp ................................................................................................................................... 9
Aspect (available with SD signals) ................................................................................... 10
Vertical Stretching (available with HD signals)................................................................ 10
Resize (available with PC-compatible signals)................................................................. 11
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES .................................................................................. 12
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
4.0
5.0
Upgrades and Changes....................................................................................................................... 5
Remote Control Unit.......................................................................................................................... 5
Quick Start ......................................................................................................................................... 6
Plug your video source into the BlackWing Three ............................................................. 6
Plug the projector to the main power .................................................................................. 6
Switch ON the projector...................................................................................................... 6
Select the source.................................................................................................................. 6
Switch OFF ......................................................................................................................... 6
Projection Distance .......................................................................................................................... 12
Vertical and Horizontal Offset setting.............................................................................................. 12
Rear side .......................................................................................................................................... 12
Operating LEDs ............................................................................................................................... 13
Operating and Navigation Buttons .................................................................................................. 13
RS-232C Protocol ............................................................................................................................ 14
Pin Assignment.................................................................................................................. 14
External Control ................................................................................................................ 14
Communication Specifications ......................................................................................... 14
Command Format.............................................................................................................. 15
Response data format ........................................................................................................ 15
Available Commands and Parameters............................................................................... 15
MENU STRUCTURE .................................................................................................... 18
MISCELLANEOUS ....................................................................................................... 21
5.1
5.2
Specifications.................................................................................................................................. 21
Overview ........................................................................................................................... 21
Dimensions ...................................................................................................................................... 22
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1
Upgrades and Changes
The BlackWing Three features the latest innovations on the projector market:
•
The two HDMI inputs version 1.3.
•
The BlackWing Three complies with “HD-Ready 1080p” standard.
•
The new Optical Lens features a motorized zoom and focus for easier install.
•
The Light Engine has been re-designed to achieve an improved contrast.
•
The Color-Select filters have been improved to obtain a wider color spectrum reproduction.
•
The new LCoS chips use a finer manufacturing process to obtain greater performances and more accurate
colors reproduction.
• The software includes extended options and picture settings that improves the control over the picture quality.
The BlackWing Three is a stunning projector achieving an unbelievable 30,000:1 contrast ratio, a more accurate
color reproduction within billion color graduations.
1.2
Remote Control Unit
Power OFF button
OFF ........ OPERATE ......... ON
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Power ON button
COMP
Select Active Input
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
ASPECT
CINEMA
NATURAL
DYNAMIC
C
N
D
USER
USER
USER
1
2
3
COLOR
SHARP
+
GAMMA
COLOR
-
SHARP
-
COLOR
TEMP
Screen Aspect Ratio
Image profile switch
Color Adjust buttons
+
Sharpness Adjust buttons
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
Display Information
Color Temperature button
INFO
Brightness Adjust buttons
Contrast Adjust buttons
Hide Display
HIDE
Display Menu
EXIT
MENU
TEST
Exit to previous menu
Navigation buttons
ENTER
Zoom and Focus settings
and Test Pattern button
Gamma setting button
LIGHT
Backlight button
New settings are in bold letters
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1.3
Quick Start
Plug your video source into the BlackWing Three
Connect your video source to the BlackWing Three using one of the available inputs:
•
HDMI 1 (version 1.3 with HDCP, supports digital SD, HD and PC formats)
•
HDMI 2 (version 1.3 with HDCP, supports digital SD, HD and PC formats)
•
VIDEO (supports analog SD signals)
•
S-VIDEO (supports analog SD signals)
•
COMPONENT (supports YPbPr, RGB and RGsB encoding, digital SD, HD up to 1080i and PC formats)
SD signals: NTSC, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM for analog and 480i/p, 576i/p for digital.
HD signals: 720p50/60 Hz, 1080i50/60 Hz, 1080p24/50/60 Hz
PC formats: VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA @ 60Hz, see page 11 for more details.
Plug the projector to the main power
•Before plugging in the Power Cord, ensure that all devices have been connected.
•Connect the power cord to the power input terminal of the projector.
Switch ON the projector
•
With the Remote Control Unit (RCU) by pressing the [ON] button.
•
Press the [Standby/ON] button at the Back Panel of the BlackWing Three.
STANDBY/ON
OFF ........ OPERATE ......... ON
WARNING
INPUT
HIDE
EXIT
LAMP
ENTER
Power ON button
MENU
Switch ON the projector.
Select the source
•
With the RCU by pressing the desired input button.
•
Press sequentially the Input button at the back of the BlackWing Three until you obtain the correct input.
Input sequence: HDMI 1 -> HDMI 2 -> VIDEO -> S-VIDEO -> COMP
STANDBY/ON
WARNING
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
INPUT
HIDE
EXIT
LAMP
ENTER
COMP
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
ASPECT
CINEMA
NATURAL
DYNAMIC
C
N
D
MENU
Select Active Input
Select the video source with the RCU or using the Back Panel of the projector.
Switch OFF
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•
With the RCU by pressing the [OFF] button.
•
Press the [Standby/ON] button at the back of the BlackWing Three, and confirm the projector extinction by
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pressing the button again.
To prevent the lamp lifetime to get shortened, the projector cannot be switched OFF right after the lamp
warm-up. This is normal, wait 60 seconds until you can switch OFF the projector.
Never unplug the projector when it is switched ON, it may damage the lamp.
2.0 FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS
2.1
Motorized Focus and Zoom
The new Optical Lens features a motorized Zoom and Focus that can be accessed from the RCU or through the On
Screen Display using the Back Panel buttons of the projector.
The Focus and Zoom adjustments cannot be set manually.
Using the internal green X-hatch pattern
•
a)
b)
c)
d)
With the RCU:
Press repeatedly the [TEST] button on the RCU until you get the green X-hatch test pattern.
Then press [LEFT] button for 1 second until the Setting Focus window appears.
Use the [UP] and [DOWN] buttons to change the Focus.
Press [ENTER] to set the Zoom using [UP] and [DOWN] buttons.
Green X-hatch pattern,
press [LEFT] button for 1
second to enter Zoom and
Focus menu.
Focus +
Zoom W
EXIT
MENU
Press [EXIT] to return to
Test Pattern Menu
ENTER
Press [ENTER] to switch
between Focus and Zoom
adjustment
•
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
TEST
LIGHT
Focus Zoom T
From the Back Panel or RCU using the On Screen Display (OSD):
Press [MENU] button, and browse to the Install Menu.
Select the Test Pattern Menu.
Select the green X-hatch test pattern.
Press [LEFT] button for 1 second until the focus setting window appears.
Use [UP] and [DOWN] buttons to change the Focus.
Press [ENTER] to set the Zoom using [UP] and [DOWN] buttons.
Using an external test pattern (for advanced user)
a) Connect your calibrated source to an available input.
b) Set your programmable RCU or RS-232 device with ZoomT, ZoomW, Focus+ and Focus- functions. (see
page 15 for more details)
c) Display the desired test pattern and make the adjustments.
2.2
Gamma menu
Setting the correct value to the Gamma
Gamma is the relationship between the color values of the data and the color values displayed. The Gamma
coefficient makes it possible to adjust the brightness of the midtones only affecting the very bright and very dark
areas. If gamma is set to high, middle tones appear to dark. If it’s set too low, middle tones appear too light. The
Gamma correction can be set to Normal, Theatre1, Theatre2, Dynamic or Custom.
Normal uses the factory default calibration and will suit most setup.
Theatre1,Theatre2 and Dynamic use lower gamma values that can be directly changed using the RCU by pressing
the [GAMMA] button, choose the best setting to your ambient light environment.
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Custom (Gamma Setup)
Custom Gamma Setup allows a fine adjustment of the projector gamma setup. The Custom sub-menu gives access
to:
•
Correction Value from 1.8 up to 2.6
•
Gamma Adjust Sub-Menu: advanced gamma curve setting.
•
Save: save the adjusted gamma curve parameters into memory.
•
Load: load a curve from memory.
•
All Reset: reset the gamma curve parameters to default settings and apply the Correction Value [1.8 - 2.6].
Gamma Adjust Sub-Menu (for advanced user)
Correction Value
W
Gamma Adjust
R
Save
G
Load
B
Select the color channel to adjust:
W stands for White and will adjust Red, Green and Blue
R stands for Red only
G stands for Green only
B stands for Blue only
All Reset
1023
Correction Value
Correction Value
Gamma Adjust
Gamma Adjust
Save
Save
512
Load
Load
All Reset
All Reset
Adjustment Point (R)
X:
5 %
Y:
51
Adjustment Point (R)
X:
5 %
Y:
51
0
50
100 (%)
1023
Select the point to adjust
[LEFT] and [RIGHT] buttons
512
Adjust the point coordinates
[UP] and [DOWN] buttons
0
50
100 (%)
Select Gamma Adjust to change the gamma curve
Do you save gamma data?
Yes : Push [ENTER] button
No : Push [EXIT] button
Press [EXIT] button to return to the main Menu.
Press [ENTER] to save the Gamma settings.
You can also use the PC-compatible software “ILAFPJ-Gamma” to set the Custom Gamma adjustment
using the RS-232 input. Check www.cineversum.com for download.
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2.3
Setup Menu
Image Profile
The Image Profiles stores the following parameters:
•
Contrast
•
Brightness
•
Color
•
Sharpness
•
DNR
•
Color Temperature
•
Gamma setting
• Offset
Use the predefined Profiles: Cinema, Natural or Dynamic or configure your own Image Profile and save it to one of
the 3 available User Profiles.
Profile Memory
Manage your Image Profiles. You can save the Profile settings, Clear the User1, User2 and User3 Profiles and
Reset the predefined profiles Cinema, Natural and Dynamic to their default factory values.
Overscan (available with SD signal)
The SD signals are generally encoded into a frame which is larger than the active picture. The projector can
manually disengage the overscan feature and obtain the full original picture as it is encoded and sent to the
projector before the overscan crop.
The Overscan can be set to:
•
ON (2.5%)
•
OFF
Mask (available with HD signal)
The Mask features 3 overscan levels for HD signals: 2.5%, 5% and OFF.
2.4
Source Menu
Comp
You can configure the COMPONENT input of the BlackWing Three:
•
YPbCb/PrCr: set the COMPONENT input to decode YPbCb/PrCr video signals.
•
RGB: set the COMPONENT input to decode RGB video signals.
•
RGsB: set the COMPONENT input to decode a SCART input (for European market). The RGsB connections
use the Component and Video inputs.
SCART
RGsB require Component and Video inputs.
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Aspect (available with SD signals)
Aspect Ratio: changes the aspect ratio of the picture to the screen. Select the Aspect Ratio to your convenience,
depending on the format of the signal.
VIDEO SOURCE
SDTV 4:3
(full frame)
ASPECT RATIO
4:3
16:9
Zoom
SDTV 4:3
(with black bands)
4:3
16:9
Zoom
SDTV 4:3
compatible 16:9
(stretched picture)
4:3
16:9
Zoom
Screen Aspect Ratio
Vertical Stretching (available with HD signals)
The V-stretch mode is available for any HD signals connected to HDMI1 or HDMI2 and COMP inputs and can be
used to vertically stretch the picture when using an anamorphic Lens.
VIDEO SOURCE
V-STRETCH
With Anamorphic Lens
HDTV , format 16:9
V-STRETCH is OFF
The picture is horizontally stretched
HDTV , format 2.35:1
V-STRETCH is ON
The black bars are eliminated
The picture is optically restored
to its original aspect ratio.
The V-stretch value is stored into memory per resolution and refresh rate.
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Resize (available with PC-compatible signals)
The PC-compatible supported formats are:
PC format
Resolution
fH
fV
pixel clock
VGA@60Hz (1)
VGA@60Hz (2)
SVGA@60Hz
XGA@60Hz
SXGA@60Hz
640x480
640x480
800x600
1024x768
1280x1024
31.500 kHz
31.469 kHz
37.879 kHz
48.363 kHz
63.981 kHz
60.000 Hz
59.940 Hz
60.317 Hz
60.004 Hz
60.020 Hz
25.200 MHz
25.175 MHz
40.000 MHz
65.000 Mhz
108.000 Mhz
PC SOURCE
Polarity
H
V
+
+
+
+
RESIZE
ASPECT enlarges the PC format until it fits the screen
height, the aspect ratio is not modified.
PC format: 1024x768
ASPECT
PANEL enlarges the PC format until it fills the screen,
the aspect ratio is changed to 16:9.
PANEL
1:1 displays the PC format using a pixel to pixel mapping.
1:1
[ASPECT] button on the RCU triggers the Resize configuration when a PC-compatible signal input is active.
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3.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
3.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
3.1
Projection Distance
•
3.2
Projection Screen Size
Diagonal size
(Aspect Ratio 16:9)
Projection Screen Size
Base size
(Aspect Ratio 16:9)
Projection Screen
Height
(Aspect Ratio 16:9)
BlackWing Three
60" (1524 mm)
52,3" (1328 mm)
29,4" (747 mm)
1821 mm - 3659 mm
83" (2108 mm)
72,3" (1837 mm)
40,7" (1034 mm)
2519 mm - 5062 mm
92" (2337 mm)
80,2" (2037 mm)
45,1" (1146 mm)
2792 mm - 5611 mm
110" (2794 mm)
95,9" (2435 mm)
53,9" (1370 mm)
3339 mm - 6709 mm
138" (3505 mm)
120,3" (3055 mm)
67,7" (1718 mm)
4188 mm - 8417 mm
150" (3810 mm)
130,7" (3321 mm)
73,5" (1868 mm)
4553 mm - 9149 mm
180" (4572 mm)
156,9" (3985 mm)
88,2" (2241 mm)
5463 mm - 10978 mm
200" (5080 mm)
174,3" (4428 mm)
98,1" (2491 mm)
6070 mm -12198 mm
Projecting Distance
minimum - maximum
The projection screen sizes and projecting distances in the table above are provided only as a guide. Please use
them as reference during installation.
Vertical and Horizontal Offset setting
Front infra-red sensor
Air outlet
Horizontal shift Dial
(-34% to +34%)
3.3
Air inlet
Vertical shift Dial
(-80% to +80%)
Rear side
Input Panel
Operating LEDs
Navigation buttons
Main Power
12
Operating buttons
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3.4
Operating LEDs
WARNING
(red LED)
LAMP
(orange LED)
STANDBY/ON
(red / green LED)
LED
Status
WARNING
Description
RED
An error occurs and prevents the projector to be switched ON.
ORANGE
Lamp time exceeds 1900 hours, replace the lamp before 2000 hours.
ORANGE Blinking
An error occurs during projection or the lamp cover is not firmly closed
RED
The projector is in STANDBY Mode.
RED Blinking
The projector is in Cooling down Mode, wait until the fans stop.
GREEN
The projector is working.
GREEN Blinking
The picture is temporarily hidden, press [HIDE] button again to get the
picture.
LAMP
STANDBY/ON
3.5
Operating and Navigation Buttons
Enter
Up - down - left - right
Switch On/Off
Input
Hide
Exit
Menu
Button
Description
Enter
To select or confirm.
Up - down - left - right
To navigate into On Screen Display Menu.
Switch On/Off
To turn On or Off the projector.
Input
To switch the input selection.
Hide
To hide temporary the picture.
Exit
To return to previous menu or cancel action.
Menu
To display On Screen Display (OSD) Menu.
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3.6
RS-232C Protocol
Pin Assignment
1
5
6
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
1
N/C
6
N/C
2
RD
7
N/C
3
TD
8
N/C
4
N/C
9
N/C
5
GND
9
External Control
Control of this unit is possible via a computer by connecting this unit to an automation device or computer with a
RS-232C cross cable (D-sub 9 pins). The commands to control this unit and the response data format against the
received commands are explained here.
Automation Device
Control Device
Computer with RS-232
RS-232 output
Communication Specifications
Communication specifications for this unit are as follows:
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Baud Rate
19200 bps
Data Format
Binary
Character Length
8 bits
Parity
None
Start Bit
1 bit
Stop Bit
1 bit
Flow Control
None
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Command Format
When sending a command to this unit, use the following data format:
Header
Proj. ID
Command
1 byte
2 bytes
2 bytes
Header
[
Com. Parameters
Variable length: 0, 1 or 4 bytes
]
LF
1 byte
: Designates the Command type. 2 possible headers:
! (21h): Assigns command to the projector (Command)
? (3Fh): Query data from the projector (Asking command)
Proj. ID
: Designates the Projector Identification. Fixed to 89h 01h.
Command
: Designates command.
Com. Parameters
: Designates the command parameters. Variable length from 0 to 4 bytes
LF
: Designates the end of the data. Fixed to Line Feed (0Ah)
*[ ] is not necessary
Response data format
Upon receiving a valid control command, the unit sends back a response data to the computer to confirm the
command: see tthe examples below.
Available Commands and Parameters
a) Commands
Command
Header (21h)
Connection Check
Power ON/OFF
ASCII code
Parameters
00h 00h
none
50h 57h
31h
30h
Switch Input
49h 50h
Switch gamma table
47h 54h
Gamma coef.
47h 50h
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31h
32h
36h
37h
30h
31h
32h
33h
34h
30h
31h
32h
33h
34h
35h
36h
37h
38h
Description
Checks whether communication between the
projector and the computer is working
If the projector is in standby mode, this command
switch this unit ON.
If the projector is powered ON, this command
switch this unit into Standby Mode.
Switch active input to S-Video
Switch active input to Video
Switch active input to Comp.
Switch active input to HDMI 1
Switch active input to HDMI 2
Switch Gamma to NORMAL
Switch Gamma to THEATER1
Switch Gamma to THEATER2
Switch Gamma to DYNAMIC
Switch Gamma to CUSTOM
Set gamma coefficient to 1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
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Test Pattern
54h 53h
30h
36h
37h
38h
39h
ASCII IR codes
(xxh xxh xxh xxh)
Emulate RCU
52h 43h
Focus +
52h 43h
37h 33h 33h 31h
Focus Zoom T
52h 43h
52h 43h
37h 33h 33h 32h
37h 33h 33h 35h
Zoom W
52h 43h
37h 33h 33h 37h
Do not display
Display Grey Staircase
Display Red Staircase
Display Green Staircase
Display Blue Staircase
The command sent is executed as a Remote
Control Unit command. (See below the RCU
Command list and Parameters)
Focus + adjustment:
Use 20ms loop time for fast adjustment, 100ms for
fine adjustment.
Same as Focus+
Zoom T adjustment:
Use 20ms loop time for fast adjustment, 100ms for
fine adjustment.
Same as Zoom T
b) Emulate Remote Control Unit Commands (4 bytes)
To emulate a command sent by the RCU, you should send the following command:
Header: 21h
Proj. ID: 89h 01h
Command: 52h 43h
Parameters: 4 bytes
Choose the correct Parameters listed below according to the command
Remote Control Button name
Up button
Down button
EXIT
Operate ON
Operate Off
HIDE
MENU
ENTER
Focus +
Focus Right button
Zoom T
Left button
Zoom W
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMP.
TEST
Cinema
Natural
Dynamic
User 1
User 2
User 3
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
INFO
GAMMA
Color Temp.
Aspect
Contrast (+)
Contrast (-)
Brightness (+)
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Parameters / ASCII IR codes
37h 33h 30h 31h
37h 33h 30h 32h
37h 33h 30h 33h
37h 33h 30h 35h
37h 33h 30h 36h
37h 33h 31h 44h
37h 33h 32h 45h
37h 33h 32h 46h
37h 33h 33h 31h
37h 33h 33h 32h
37h 33h 33h 34h
37h 33h 33h 35h
37h 33h 33h 36h
37h 33h 33h 37h
37h 33h 34h 42h
37h 33h 34h 43h
37h 33h 34h 44h
37h 33h 35h 39h
37h 33h 36h 39h
37h 33h 36h 41h
37h 33h 36h 42h
37h 33h 36h 43h
37h 33h 36h 44h
37h 33h 36h 45h
37h 33h 37h 30h
37h 33h 37h 31h
37h 33h 37h 34h
37h 33h 37h 35h
37h 33h 37h 36h
37h 33h 37h 37h
37h 33h 37h 38h
37h 33h 37h 39h
37h 33h 37h 41h
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Brightness (-)
Color (+)
Color (-)
Sharp (+)
Sharp (-)
37h 33h 37h 42h
37h 33h 37h 43h
37h 33h 37h 44h
37h 33h 37h 45h
37h 33h 37h 46h
Example:
To emulate Brightness (+), send the command: 21h 89h 01h 52h 43h 37h 33h 37h 41h 0Ah
c) Examples
You want to...
Check the connection between
the projector and the computer
Switch the projector ON
Switch the projector OFF
Switch the projector OFF with
OSD confirmation
(Emulate RCU)
Change Active Input to Comp.
Display On Screen Menu
(Emulate RCU)
Change the Gamma coef. to 2.2
Command (PC -> Projector)
Response Data (Projector -> PC)
21h 89h 01h 00h 00h 0Ah
ACK: 06h 89h 01h 00h 00h 0Ah
21h 89h 01h 50h 57h 31h 0Ah
21h 89h 01h 50h 57h 30h 0Ah
ACK: 06h 89h 01h 50h 57h 0Ah
ACK: 06h 89h 01h 50h 57h 0Ah
21h 89h 01h 52h 43h 37h 33h 30h 36h 0Ah ACK: 06h 89h 01h 52h 43h 0Ah
21h 89h 01h 49h 50h 32h 0Ah
ACK: 06h 89h 01h 49h 50h 0Ah
21h 89h 01h 52h 43h 37h 33h 32h 45h 0Ah ACK: 06h 89h 01h 52h 43h 0Ah
21h 89h 01h 47h 50h 34h 0Ah
ACK: 06h 89h 01h 50h 43h 0Ah
repeat the command below:
Enlarge the picture using the 21h 89h 01h 52h 43h 37h 33h 33h 37h 0Ah
ACK: 06h 89h 01h 52h 43h 0Ah
20ms loop time for fast adjustment and
motorized Zoom.
100ms for fine adjustment
Ask the projector its power state
ACK: 06h 89h 01h 50h 57h 0Ah
3Fh 89h 01h 50h 57h 0Ah
The projector being powered ON
Rsp : 40h 89h 01h 50h 57h 31h 0Ah
Ask the projector its Active Input
ACK: 06h 89h 01h 49h 50h 0Ah
3Fh 89h 01h 49h 50h 0Ah
S-Video being active
Rsp : 40h 89h 01h 49h 50h 30h 0Ah
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4.0 MENU STRUCTURE
4.0 MENU STRUCTURE
MAIN MENU
SUBMENU
AVAILABLE OPTIONS
Image
Image Adjust
Contrast
-50 +50
Brightness
-30 +30
Color
-50 +50
Tint (for NTSC sources)
-30 +30
Sharpness
-30 +30
DNR (Digital Noise Reduction
Color Temp.
Gamma
18
0 +30
Presets: Low, Middle, High
Memory 1:
Red
Green
Blue
-255 to 0
-255 to 0
-255 to 0
Memory 2:
Red
Green
Blue
-255 to 0
-255 to 0
-255 to 0
Normal
Theater1
Theater 2
Dynamic
Custom:
Correction Value
Gamma Adjust
Save
Load
All Reset
Offset
Red
Green
Blue
Pixel Adjust
Horiz. Red
Horiz. Green
Horiz. Blue
Vert. Red
Vert. Green
Vert. Blue
1.8 to 2.6
see page 8
-60 +60
-60 +60
-60 +60
1 to 7
1 to 7
1 to 7
1 to 5
1 to 5
1 to 5
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4.0 MENU STRUCTURE
Setup
Source
Image Profile
Parameters:
Contrast / Brightness
Color / Sharpness
DNR / ColorTemp
Gamma / Offset
Cinema
Natural
Dynamic
User1
User2
User3
Profile Memory
Save
Save
Save
Clear
Clear
Clear
Reset
Reset
Reset
Picture Position
Adjust the horizontal and vertical position of
the picture on the screen
HDMI Input Level
(Available for HDMI1 and 2 inputs)
Standard
Enhanced
Mask
(for High Definition picture)
OFF, 2.5%, 5%
Overscan
(for Standard Definition picture)
OFF
ON (2.5%)
COMP
(for Component Input)
Y PbCb/PrCr
RGB
SCART
HDMI
(for HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 Inputs)
Auto
(Autodetect the HDMI color space)
YCbCr (4:4:4)
YCbCr (4:2:2)
RGB
Aspect
(for Standard Definition picture)
4:3
16:9
Zoom
V-Stretch
(for High Definition picture)
OFF
ON
Resize
(for PC format picture)
Aspect
Panel
1:1
Film Mode
Auto
Off
Color System
(for Video or S-Video Inputs)
Auto, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PALN, SECAM
Black Level
(for NTSC sources)
0%, 7.5%
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(Movie quality in dark room)
(Picture as is in dark room)
(Bright scenes or bright room)
(User defined)
(User defined)
(User defined)
User1
User2
User3
User1
User2
User3
Cinema
Natural
Dynamic
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4.0 MENU STRUCTURE
Install
Func.
Info.
Menu Position
Upper Left
Upper Center
Upper Right
Left Center
Center
Right Center
Lower Left
Lower Center
Lower Right
Menu Display
15 sec.
On
Line Display
(Display the active input when
switching input)
5 sec.
Off
Flip H.
(for rear projection)
On
Off
Flip V.
(for ceiling mounting)
On
Off
High Altitude
On
Off
Back Color
(background color when no signal)
Blue
Black
Sleep Timer
(The projector goes automatically
into Standby Mode when no signal)
15
30
60
Off
(in minutes)
D-ILA Logo
(Logo displayed during startup)
On
Off
(D-ILA logo is displayed 5 sec.)
Lamp Power
Normal
High
(170W)
(200W)
Test Pattern*
Test Patterns, Focus and Zoom
adjustment Menu
Language
Japanese, English, German, Spanish,
Italian, French, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish,
Norwegian, Chinese (Simplified)
Input
Display selected video Input
Format
Display the type of current input video
H Frequency (PC format picture)
Display horizontal frequency
V Frequency (PC format picture)
Display the vertical frequency
Lamp Time
Display the accumulated hours usage of the
lamp
The menu fade out after 15 sec.
Must press [EXIT] to exit menu
*TEST PATTERN MENU
When the green X-hatch pattern is displayed, press the [LEFT] button for 1 second to popup the Focus and Zoom
menu. Press [ENTER] button to change Focus adjustment to Zoom adjustment. Press [EXIT] button to return to Test
Pattern selection.
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5.0 MISCELLANEOUS
5.0 MISCELLANEOUS
5.1
Specifications
Overview
The BlackWing Three uses the latest technology developed for professional projectors.
Emission Method
Display Panel/Size
Native Resolution
Contrast Ratio
Projection Lens
Brightness
Light-source Lamp
Screen Size
Distance range
Input Signals
Video Input
S-Video Input
Component Input
HDMI 1 Input
HDMI 2 Input
Color System
Input Sync Frequency
Analog Inputs
Digital Inputs
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Operation Environment
LCoS (Reflective Active Matrix Principle)
0.7" panel
3x 1920 x 1080 pixels
30,000:1
Throw Ratio 1.4:1 - 2.8:1 2x optical Zoom
Motorized Zoom and Focus
900 ANSI Lumens
170 W Ultra-high pressure mercury lamp
60" to 250" diagonal (Aspect ratio 16:9)
from 1,82 m to 12 m
NTSC, PAL, SECAM
NTSC, PAL, SECAM
(YPbPr, RGB and RGsB) 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p50/60, 1080i50/60
VGA(1), VGA(2), SVGA, XGA, SXGA
480i/p, 576i/p, 720p50/60, 1080i50/60, 1080p24/50/60
VGA(1), VGA(2), SVGA, XGA, SXGA
480i/p, 576i/p, 720p50/60, 1080i50/60, 1080p24/50/60
VGA(1), VGA(2), SVGA, XGA, SXGA
NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM
74.5 Mhz
225 Mhz
AC 100 V - 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz
280W (2.7W in standby mode)
Temperature: +5°C to +35°C
Storage Temperature: -10°C to +60°C
Humidity: 20 % to 80 % (No condensation)
Dimensions
585 x 175 x 505 mm - 23.0" x 6.9" x 19.9"
(Width x Height x Depth) (Excluding lens and protrusion portion)
Net Weight
11,0 Kg - 24.5 lbs
•
Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
•
Please note that some of the pictures and illustrations may have been abridged, enlarged or contextualized in
order to aid comprehension. Images may differ from the actual product.
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5.0 MISCELLANEOUS
5.2
Dimensions
6.9’’
585 mm
505 mm
23.0’’
19.9’’
19.9’’
505 mm
175 mm
585 mm
23.0’’
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Contact Information:
TEC - CineVERSUM
7, rue La CAILLE, 75017 Paris - FRANCE
e-mail : info@cineversum.com, Web: www.cineversum.com
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