Elmo | P100 | Instruction manual | Elmo P100 Instruction manual

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DOCUMENT CAMERA
P100
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Please read this instruction manual carefully before using this product and keep it
for future reference.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
■ Read Instructions – All the safety
and operating instructions should be
read before the appliance is
operated.
■ Retain Instructions – The safety and
operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
■ Heed Warnings – All warnings on
the product and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
■ Follow Instructions – All operating
and use instructions should be
followed.
■ Cleaning – Unplug this product
from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning.
■ Attachments – Do not use
attachments not recommended by the
product manufacturer as they may
cause hazards.
■ Water and Moisture – Do not use
this product near water - for example,
near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen
sink, or laundry tub, in a wet
basement, or near a swimming pool,
and the like.
■ Placement – 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.
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■ Ventilation – Slots and openings in
the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable
operation of the product and to
protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or
covered. The openings should never
be 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.
■ 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 appliance dealer
or local power company. For products
intended to operate from battery
power, or other sources, refer to the
operating instructions.
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■ Grounding or Polarization – This
product may be equipped with either
a polarized 2-wire AC line plug (a
plug having one blade wider than the
other) or a 3-wire grounding type
plug, a plug having a third
(grounding) pin. The 2-wire polarized
plug will fit into the power outlet only
one way. This is a safety feature. If
you are unable to insert the plug fully
into the outlet, try reversing the plug.
If the plug still fails to fit, contact your
electrician to replace your obsolete
outlet. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the polarized plug. The 3wire grounding type plug will 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.
■ 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.
■ 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.
■ 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.
■ Power-Cord Protection – Powersupply 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.
■ 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 antenna or cable
system. This will prevent damage to
the product due to lightning and
power-line surges.
■ Overloading – Do not overload
wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles as
this can result in a risk of fire or
electric shock.
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■ Damage Requiring Service –
Unplug this product from the wall
outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following
conditions:
● When the power-supply cord or
plug is damaged.
● If liquid has been spilled, or
objects have fallen into the
product.
● If the product has been exposed
to rain or water.
● 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 its normal
operation.
● If the product has been dropped
or damaged in any way.
● When the product exhibits a
distinct change in performance this indicates a need for service.
■ Replacement Parts – When
replacement parts are required, be
sure the service technician has used
replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or have the same
characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result
in fire, electric shock or other
hazards.
■ 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.
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■ Heat – The product should be
situated away from heat sources such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other products (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
■ This product includes a
Fluorescent Lamps component
that contains mercury. Please
consult your state and local
regarding proper disposal or
recycling, and do not place in
the trash.
CAUTION
RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
SA 1965
SA 1966
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 of electric shock to
persons. This marking is located
at the bottom of product.
The exclamation point within
an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to
the presence of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the
product.
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WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK
OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
THIS IS A CLASS A
PRODUCT.
IN A DOMESTIC
ENVIRONMENT THIS
PRODUCT MAY CAUSE
RADIO
INTERFERENCE IN
WHICH CASE THE
USER MAY BE
REQUIRED TO TAKE
ADEQUATE MEASURES.
WARNING : Handling the
cord on this product or
cords associated with
accessories sold with this
product, will expose you to
lead, a chemical known to
the State of California to
cause birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
FOR UNITED STATES
USERS:
INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested
and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful
interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio
communications. Operation of
this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the
user will be required to correct
the interference at his own
expense.
USER-INSTALLER
CAUTION:
Your authority to operate this
FCC verified equipment could
be voided if you make changes
or modifications not expressly
approved by the party
responsible for compliance to
Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Wash hands after
handling.
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BEFORE YOU USE
■ The power cord applicable to the local power specifications is attached. Be sure
to use the power cord applicable to your local power specification.
■ Do not leave this product under direct sunlight or by heaters, or this product may
be discolored, deformed, or damaged.
■ Do not place this product in any humid, dusty, windy or vibrating location. Use
this product in the following environmental conditions:
Temperature: 5°C~40°C (41°F~104°F)
Humidity:
30%~85% (No condensation)
■ In handling (including setting up and storing) or carrying the camera, be
meticulously careful not to give an impact on the camera head.
■ To prevent dropping and falling, observe the following:
• Use the camera on a stable stand, desk or table. Never put the camera on
any shaky stand or inclined or instable place.
• Before using, lay out the power cord, the AC adapter cable and the video
cable not to be pulled, and wire them accordingly.
■ Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning. Do not use any volatile solvent, such as thinner
or benzine.
■ Do not directly point the camera lens into the sun, or the camera may be damaged.
■ Caring for the batteries:
• If this product is not used for a long time, take out the batteries from the
wireless remote control.
• Do not use rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries.
• Do not use new and old batteries, or batteries of different types together.
• Do not try to recharge or short-circuit the batteries.
■ Luminescent and Black Spots
This camera has a CMOS area image sensor and a color LC panel, which are
composed of many pixels. Some of these pixels may not operate normally. As a
result, a luminescent spot or a black spot may appear on the output screen.
However, this is a phenomenon unique to the CMOS area image sensor and
color LC panel and therefore this phenomenon is not faulty.
■ Do not press the LC panel strongly or with a sharp-pointed object, or it would
cause break or failure to the color LC panel.
■ Transfer the data in an SD card to a PC or other data storage means for backup
purpose. Note with care that the data in the SD card could be lost due to failure
or repair of this product.
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PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
SETTING UP
STORING
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
ABOUT
RS-232C
TROUBLESHOOTING SPECIFICATIONS
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CONTENTS
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
1. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
Name of Each Part.......................................................59
Appearance........................................................................59
Functions ....................................................................60
SETTING UP
Front Operating Panel ...........................................................60
Rear Panel ..........................................................................61
Side Panel ..........................................................................62
OSD (On-Screen Display) ..............................................63
Camera Mode (Menu when camera image is in display).............63
Wireless Remote Control ...............................................66
Receivable Range ................................................................68
Battery Change ...................................................................68
STORING
2. SETTING UP
Setting Up ..................................................................69
Connecting of Video Cables ..........................................71
3. STORING
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Storing .......................................................................73
4. OPERATION PROCEDURE
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
Presentation by Using Documents, Films, etc...........................74
Presentation using optional SD card (Option) .....................75
Presentation using the supplied software
with the USB-connected PC ...........................78
Transferring the images from the SD card
into the USB-connected PC ..........................79
Shooting off the stage ...................................................80
5. VARIOUS FUNCTIONS AND OPERATIONS
ABOUT
RS-232C
Lighting ......................................................................81
Zoom ........................................................................82
Image Selection ...........................................................83
Input image signal that can be output from the video
output terminal [VIDEO OUT] into the analog RGB
input terminal [RGB IN] .........................................................84
Focus.........................................................................85
TROUBLESHOOTING SPECIFICATIONS
Auto Focus..........................................................................85
Manual Focus......................................................................86
Brightness Adjustment....................................................87
Auto Brightness Adjustment.....................................................87
Manual Brightness Adjustment.................................................87
State Presetting ............................................................88
Presetting ............................................................................88
Calling...............................................................................88
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CONTENTS
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
6. RS-232C SPECIFICATIONS
Setting Up ..................................................................89
Cable Connection........................................................89
Data Format Specification..............................................90
SETTING UP
Operation Command (PC → This product) ................................90
Response Data Format (This product → PC) ...............................90
Transmission Specifications ............................................91
UART Communication Format .........................................91
Connection .................................................................93
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
STORING
Symptoms and Confirmation...........................................94
Replacement of Lighting Lamp (Fluorescent Lamp)................94
8. SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
General .............................................................................95
Main Camera .....................................................................96
Lighting ..............................................................................97
Supplied Accessories ............................................................97
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
ABOUT
RS-232C
TROUBLESHOOTING SPECIFICATIONS
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PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
Name of Each Part
■ Appearance
Front
r
Front
e
No.
t
q
w
u
y
Name
q
Camera head
w
Lamp head
e
Setup grip
r
Camera column
t
Lamp column
y
Front operating panel
u
Stage
i
Wireless remote control
o
Lock pin
o
P.60
P.66
i
Rear/Side
Rear/side
!0
No.
!0
Name
Infrared sensor
The infrared sensor is also available
on the front side.
!4
!1
Safety lock knob
P.69
!2
Rear panel
P.61
!3
!4
Side panel
Cord cover
P.62
Open this cover when connecting/
disconnecting a cord.
When carrying this product, do
not hold this cord cover.
!3
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!2
!1
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Functions
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
■ Front Operating Panel
q
u
i
w e r t y
o
!0 !1
* Hereinafter the menu items to be displayed/selected on the monitor or projection screen
are referred to as "OSD (On-Screen Display)".
Name
q LCD panel
w
LAMP (Lamp)
Function
To display the output image and the OSD
To switch the illumination
e TEXT (Text mode)
To make B&W images of letters or lines sharp in contrast.
Use this button to display materials such as documents.
To display color objects such as figures and photos
To lighten the camera image
r GRAPHICS (Color document)
t BRIGHTNESS
(Light)
(Brightness)
y
(Dark)
u
i
o
!0
!1
CAMERA (Camera)
PC (RGB IN video)
(SD mode)
AF (Auto Focus)
ZOOM (Zoom)
P.81
P.87
To darken the camera image
To
To
To
To
To
switch the output image to the camera image
switch the output image to the RGB IN image
switch the output image mode to the SD mode
focus the camera automatically
operate the zoom function by turning the dial
P.87
P.83
P.83
P.83
P.85
P.82
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■ Rear Panel
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
w
q
y
Name
t
e
u
r
Image whose display
is selectable with
image select button
Function
q DVI OUT
To output digital video signal to the projector, the
(DVI Output Terminal) PC monitor or other DVI input device
P.71
w RGB OUT
To output analog video signal to the projector, the
P.71
(Analog RGB
PC monitor or other RGB input device
Output Terminal)
e RGB IN
Input image is output from the analog RGB output
(Analog RGB
terminal or the video out terminal when RGB IN
Input Terminal)
( ) is selected with image select button
P.72
r VIDEO OUT
To output image from the RCA pin-jack terminal to
(Composite Video the NTSC/PAL-system monitor (e.g., TV monitor)
Output Terminal)
P.72
t RS-232C
To control the main unit from a PC through the
(RS-232C Terminal) RS-232C cable
P.89
y 12VDC IN
Socket for the AC adapter
(Power Socket)
u (DIP Switch)
To execute the following switching:
A B C D
0
1
Display of Rear Panel
[A] and [B] keys:
Switch the resolution of the
DVI and analog RGB output
Settings
SXGA
XGA
720p
(SXGA)
[A] key
0
1
0
1
[B] key
0
0
1
1
Camera image
[RGB IN] image
SD mode
[C] key: Switches the VIDEO output type
Settings
NTSC
PAL
[C] key
0
1
[D] key: Switches the VIDEO screen size
Settings
Over scan
Under scan
When switching the DIP switch key settings, be sure
to turn OFF the power supply to the main unit.
* [Video Out] → [Camera & SD] on the OSD skips [RGB IN] image.
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Camera image
SD mode
Camera image
[RGB IN] image
SD mode
[D] key
0
1
*
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■ Side Panel
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
w
q
e
Name
q USB
(Compliant with 2.0)
w
(SD Card Slot)
e Main Switch
Function
To enable the image transfer or the main unit control by
using the utility software on the supplied CD-ROM when
P.71
the camera is connected to the PC
To insert an SD card
P.75
To remove the SD card, push it in once
To turn ON/OFF the power supply
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OSD (On-Screen Display)
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
The menu items displayed/selected on the monitor or the projection screen are referred to as
"OSD (On-Screen Display)".
When the [MENU] button on the wireless remote control is pressed, the OSD menu appears on
the monitor screen. (When this [MENU] button is pressed again, the OSD menu disappears.)
Move to the item to be set by pressing the [
] direction buttons on the wireless remote
control, and press the [ENTER] button to fix the setting. When the [ ] direction button is pressed,
the OSD menu hierarchy is traced back. When the same button is pressed on the first hierarchy,
the OSD menu disappears.
Sample image of the top and 2nd hierarchies
Brightness
Mode
White Balance
R-Gain
B-Gain
Edge Effect
Gamma
Guide
Auto
Manual
2nd hierarchy
Top hierarchy
■ Camera Mode (Menu when camera image is in display)
Name
Top hierarchy
2nd hierarchy
Brightness
Auto
(Brightness)
Manual
Mode
Text3
(Mode)
Text2
Text1
Graphics
White Balance
(White Balance)
R-Gain
B-Gain
Edge Effect
(Edge Effect)
Gamma
(Gamma)
USB Mode
(USB Mode Select)
Auto
One-Push
Manual
(Displayed in level bar form)
(Displayed in level bar form)
3
2
1
Off
High
Normal
low
Mass Storage (Transfer)
To set the gamma curve when the mode is set to Graphics
The grayscale can be varied as you like.
Guide
On
(Guide)
Off
Video Out
All Mode (All mode)
(Video Output Set)
Camera & SD
(Image of Camera & SD only)
To transfer the data from an SD card into the USBP.79
connected PC
To control the main unit from the USB-connected PC or
transfer image into the PC
P.78
To set whether the operation status of the main unit should
be displayed.
To output the [VIDEO OUT] terminal signal according to
all video switching
To limit the switching of the [VIDEO OUT] terminal output
to the camera video and the SD mode
Call (Setup call)
To reset to the default factory-setting (Excluding USB Mode and Flickerless)
Application (Application)
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Function
To vary the degree of brightness automatically according
to the object
P.87
To fix the image brightness to any level
P.87
Text1, Text2 and Text3 are used to display B&W characters and documents
sharply. The larger the number affixed to Text is, the larger the effect is.
Graphics is used to display color figures and photographs
cleanly. Only when Graphics is selected, Edge Effect and
Gamma can be set.
To set the white balance to automatic following
To set the white balance to fix
To adjust the red intensity and the blue intensity manually
To adjust the red intensity when the white balance is set to manual
To adjust the blue intensity when the white balance is set to manual
This can be set only when the mode is set to Graphics.
Edge enhancement is provided to the image to make it
sharp. The larger this number is, the larger the effect is
Default
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Name
Top hierarchy
2nd hierarchy
Flickerless
60Hz
(Flicker compensation) 50Hz
Function
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
To reducer fluorescent lamp flicker due to power supply
frequency
* [ ] indicates the factory default settings. The factory default settings of Flickerless vary
according to the destination. The settings of USB Mode and Flickerless retain the last set
state.
OSD (On-Screen Display)
(Continued)
Sample image of the 1st,
2nd and 3rd hierarchies
White Balance
R-Gain
B-Gain
Iris
Edge Effect
Gamma
Auto/One-Push No
Manual
Yes
2nd
hierarchy
3rd
hierarchy
Top hierarchy
■ SD Mode (Menu when image stored in an SD card is in display)
Name
Function
Top hierarchy 2nd hierarchy 3rd hierarchy
Delete
Current
No
To cancel the delete
(Delete) P.77 (Selected Image) Yes
To delete the image in display on the full screen or the
image selected from the split screen.
Locked image can not be deleted.
All (All images) No
To cancel the delete
Yes
To delete all images
Lock
Current
To lock the image in display on the full screen or the
(Lock)
(Selected image)
image selected from the split screen.
Can set the image not to be deleted or select image for
slide-show.
On the split screen, a green frame appears on the locked
image.
All (All Images)
To lock all image files. Can select the delete-protected
image or the image to be displayed on the slide show
Unlock
Current
To release the lock of the image in display on the full
(Lock Release) (Selected Image)
screen or the image selected from the split screen
All (All Images)
To release the lock of all image files
Format
Format
No
To cancel the format
Media
(Initialize)
Yes
To format the SD card
(Initialize)
Since all records in the SD card will be cleared, use this
function carefully.
P.77
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PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
Top hierarchy
Slide
Show
Settings
(Slide Show
Set)
P.77
Name
2nd hierarchy
Interval
(Interval of Image
Feed)
Effect
(Effect of Image
Feed)
Select
(Object File)
Order
(Order of Image
Feed)
Repeat
(Repeat)
3rd hierarchy
3 Sec
5 Sec
10 Sec
15 Sec
30 Sec
Left to right
LT to RB
RT to LB
None
All
Locked Only
Forward
Backward
Off
On
Start Slide
Show
(Slide Show
Start)
Display
Single
(Display)
3×3
4×4
*[
65
] indicates the factory settings.
Function
To set the interval of slide show until displaying the next
image from 3 to 30 sec
To slide from left to right
To slide diagonally from left top to right bottom
To slide diagonally from right top to left bottom
To show no visual effect
To set the slide-show objects to all displayable images in
an SD card
To set the slide-show objects only to the locked image files
To give slide show in order of file name serial No. from
the smallest to the largest
To give slide show in order of file name serial No. from
the largest to the smallest
To set whether the slide show should be played repeatedly
or not
To start the slide show
P.77
To set the number of the images in an SD card to be
displayed on the split screen
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Wireless Remote Control
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
q
w
!5
!6
e
!7
!8
r
y
u
t
y
i
o
!0
!1
!2
!3
!4
Name
q PRESET (State Save)
w CALL (State Call)
e (Memory No.)
!9
@0
@1
@2
@3
@5
@4
@6
@7
Function
To save the current setting state of the unit
Use this function together with the memory No.
To call the setting state
Use this function together with the memory No.
To indicate the memory No.
P.88
P.88
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PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
Name
r (OSD
MENU (Menu)
t Operation) ENTER (Input)
y
(Directions)
u
(Menu Cancel)
i
o
!0
!1
!2
!3
!4
Function
To display/cancel the OSD
P.63
To fix the OSD item
P.63
To select the OSD item, and scroll the LCD monitor when
P.63
the digital zoom is used
To cancel the OSD from the screen when the top OSD item
is resumed
P.63
POSI/NEGA (Posi/Nega)
To switch the posi/nega of the camera image
COLOR/B&W
To switch the Color/Black and White of the camera image
Use this function to make the black-and-white document easy-to-read
(Color/Black and White)
BRIGHT
NORMAL (Normal) To return the automatic brightness adjustment level to the standard level P.87
NESS
(Bright)
To brighten the camera image
P.87
(Brightness
P.87
adjustment)
(Dark)
To darken the camera image
P.82
ZOOM
(Telescopic) To zoom in
(Zoom)
P.82
(Wide-angle) To zoom out
!5
(Image Save)
!6
(SD mode)
To switch the output image mode to the SD mode
P.83
!7
(CAMERA)
To switch the output image to the camera image
P.83
!8
(PC)
To switch the output image to the RGB IN image
P.83
!9 GRAPHICS (Color documents)
@0 Text (Text Mode)
@1 EDGE EFFECT
(Edge Enhancement)
@2 PAUSE (Pause)
To save the image in an SD card
To switch the mode to Graphics
To display color objects, such as figures and photos
To switch the mode to Text1
To sharpen the image with black-and-white characters and lines
Use this function to shoot the document or the like
To switch the 1/2/3/OFF of the edge enhancement
The edge effect is applied to the image for sharpening
This function is enabled when the mode is set to Graphics
To pause the camera image. When this button is pressed
again, the moving image is restored
The paused image cannot be processed in any other way.
@3 IMAGE ROTATION (Image Turn)
@4 FOCUS
NEAR
@5 (Focus)
FAR
@6
AF (Auto Focus)
@7
(Lamp)
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To
To
To
To
To
turn the camera image by 180°
move the focus near
move the focus far
focus the camera automatically
switch ON/OFF the lighting
P.86
P.86
P.85
P.81
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■ Receivable Range
PART NAMES
AND
FUNCTIONS
Point the infrared emitting part of the wireless remote control at the infrared sensor of the main unit, and
press the button for desired function.
The receiving range may be reduced when the main unit is placed in direct sunlight, near an inverter
fluorescent lamp or in any other unfavorable surroundings.
Depending on the conditions of fluorescent lamps, etc., the sensor may fail to receive the infrared light. In
such case, relocate the main unit, or take other countermeasures.
• Receivable range
Distance: Approx. 7m (23ft) or less from the front of the infrared sensor
Angle:
Approx. 30° or less to the rightward, leftward, upward and downward,
respectively, from the infrared sensor
30°
Within 7m (23ft)
30°
30°
30°
30° 30°
Wireless remote
control housing case
30°
30°
Infrared sensor
The infrared sensor is also built in
the wireless remote control housing
case, so that the wireless remote
control can be operated while it is
housed in the case.
■ Battery Change
Remove the battery case cover on the rear side by pressing down the [ OPEN] mark part in
the direction as indicated by the arrow.
Install 2 batteries (Type R03, AAA) in the battery case in the direction as indicated.
Install the batteries with the correct polarity.
Although the battery life depends on the operating conditions and battery type, the batteries are
recommended to be changed once a year.
The supplied batteries are only for use in initially confirming the operation of this product. Therefore, it is
not guaranteed that these batteries remain alive for the validated period.
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SETTING UP
Setting Up
SETTING UP
(1)
Release the lock by turning the security lock.
q
Locked
(2)
Unlocked
As shown in the right figure, hold the setup grip
and raise the camera column. At this time, the
camera head slides up in conjunction with the rise
of the camera column. The lamp column also rises
together.
w
setup grip
(3)
If necessary, move the lamp column and the lamp
head to an appropriate position as shown in the
right figure.
When using a glossy paper, the document could reflect
the illumination to disable normal display. In this case,
adjust the lamp position to a position in which such
reflection can be avoided.
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If the camera column is pulled or pushed forcedly, the
camera might be pushed out of position by a function
not to break mechanical parts, and the camera image
might be displaced from the display center. In this
case, initialize the camera position as follows:
SETTING UP
(1)
Fold the camera column on the stage. When
the camera column is folded in the storage
position, the camera position is initialized.
q
(2)
Then, raise the camera column.
w
setup grip
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Connecting of Video Cables
SETTING UP
SD card
USB terminal
•To PC
q
w
e
t
DVI OUT
terminal
•To Projector
•To PC monitor
VIDEO OUT
terminal
•To TV monitor
r
RGB IN
terminal
•To PC
RGB OUT
terminal
•To Projector
•To PC monitor
To protect this product and the peripheral units to be connected to this product, be sure to turn OFF the
power supply to all units beforehand.
When plugging in/out the connection cable, hold the plug part of the cable.
q Connecting to the PC with a USB cable
Connect a USB cable to the [USB] terminal on the side panel.
The USB cable compliant with USB2.0 is recommended.
If you plug into a USB cable with power on, PC may not recognize this product.
Depending on the USB environment used by the PC or the influence of peripheral units, the video transfer
could be disturbed.
This does not guarantee the normal operation in any environment.
w Connecting to the unit having the DVI input terminal
Connect the DVI cable to the [DVI OUT] terminal on the rear panel.
e Connecting to the unit having the analog RGB input terminal
Connect the analog RGB cable to the [RGB OUT] terminal on the rear panel.
The display position may be displaced from the center of the screen. In such case, adjust the horizontal
and vertical positions manually from the connected device.
Vertical stripes may appear on the LCD projector screen or the monitor screen. This phenomenon can be
mitigated by adjusting the dot clock manually from the connected device.
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r Connecting to the unit having the analog RGB output terminal
Connect the analog RGB cable to the [RGB IN] terminal on the rear panel.
• Specifications of the analog RGB input terminal of this product
Signal allocation
5
4
3
2
1
Video signal :
10
9
8
7
Analog 0.7V(p-p) 75Ω terminated
6
15 14 13 12 11
DSUB 15P shrink terminal (Female)
Vertical synchronized signal :
SETTING UP
Horizontal synchronized signal : TTL level (Positive/negative polarity)
TTL level (Positive/negative polarity)
Pin assignment
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
Name
Video signal (Red)
Video signal (Green)
Video signal (Blue)
N.C
GND
Pin No.
6
7
8
9
10
Name
GND (Red)
GND (Green)
GND (Blue)
N.C
GND
Pin No.
Name
GND
11
N.C
12
Horizontal synchronized signal
13
Vertical synchronized signal
14
N.C
15
t Connecting to the unit having the composite video input terminal
Connect the video cable with RCA pin plug to the [VIDEO OUT] terminal on the rear panel.
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STORING
Storing
(1)
Return the lamp to the original position. Then,
hold the setup grip of the camera column and fold
the camera column. At this time, the camera head
slides down and the lamp column also folds.
STORING
q
(2)
Lock the camera column and the lamp column by
turning the security lock.
w
Locked
Do not force down the camera column
and the lamp column when folding them.
Do not fold the camera column when the
close-up lens holder remains open, or the
close-up lens could be damaged.
Close-up
lens holder
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OPERATION PROCEDURE
When connecting this product and the peripheral units, be sure to turn OFF the power supply to all units
beforehand.
Presentation by Using Documents, Films, etc.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
q Setting the main unit
Set the main unit as show in the above figure, connect the main unit to the projector or the
PC monitor, and then turn ON the power supply.
w Adjusting the size
Place an object on the stage, and adjust the position of the object with the zoom dial
[ZOOM] on the front operating panel or the zoom button ([
], [
]) on the wireless
remote control so that the part of the object to be viewed can fit the screen size.
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e Adjusting the focus
Press the [AF] button on the front operating panel or wireless remote control to focus the
camera on the object.
P.85
r Adjusting the brightness
Press the [BRIGHTNESS ·
] button on the front operating panel or wireless
remote control to adjust the brightness of the image by the lens iris.
P.87
When the illumination is switched by pressing the [
LAMP] button, the light distribution
according to the material can be achieved.
P.81
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Presentation using optional SD card (Option)
SD card
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Before starting the operation, insert an optional SD card (Option) into the SD card slot on the side panel.
Push it again to remove the SD card.
When loading or unloading the SD card or the power is tuned off, be sure to select the camera image
by pressing the camera button [
] on the front operation panel or wireless remote control and confirm
that the output image has been turned to the camera image beforehand. Otherwise, the SD card
contents could be broken or failure could be caused to the camera.
The SD card is composed of parts vulnerable to static electricity. Therefore, due to the impact of static
electricity, the SD card could malfunction or its contents could be destroyed. When handling the SD
card, take care to avoid static electricity.
The image data viewable on this camera is limited to the image data saved in this camera and the
image data converted on the conversion software attached to this camera.
If the data of the system that is not compatible with this product, a black or gray image will be
displayed.
If the image conversion to the image in the SD card is tried without inserting the SD card, a black image
will be displayed.
After using the SD card, do not leave it inside this product but be sure to remove it.
As an SD card, Panasonic 256MB or 512MB is recommended.
The resolutions of the image to be stored are 1280 × 1024 (SXGA output), 1280 × 720 (HDTV output)
and 1280 × 960 (XGA output).
This product can store images up to 2048 pcs.
ELMO is not liable for any damage caused by the loss of the data in the SD card or passive damage.
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Presentation using optional SD card (Option)
(Continued)
■ Saving the Image
(1) Press the [
] button on the front operating panel or wireless remote control to switch
the image mode to the Camera mode.
] button on the wireless remote control.
(2) Press the [
] mark lights up on the screen, the image saving starts. When this mark
(3) When the [
goes out, the image saving is completed.
Be sure to try shooting and confirm the normal saving of the image beforehand. If the image should be
unable to be saved normally due to some problem with this camera or the SD card, we are not liable to
compensate for such failure.
The [
] mark on the screen is displayed only when the [Guide] menu is set to ON.
When the SD card is write-protected, the image cannot be saved in the SD card.
When the capacity of the SD card becomes full and no more images can be saved, the [
does not light up. Then, delete unnecessary images or use a new SD card.
] mark
■ Displaying the image
(1) When the [
] button on the operating panel or the
wireless remote control is pressed to switch the mode to
the SD mode, the images saved on the SD card are
displayed on the split-screen. The number of divisions can
3×3
4×4
be changed by changing the OSD [Display] setting,
which is 3×3 by default.
(2) Move the selection frame (cursor) of the recorded image to the desired image by using
] on the wireless remote control, and press the [ENTER]
the direction buttons [
button on the wireless remote control to display the selected image on the full-screen.
• When the images are displayed on the split screen (3×3, 4×4)
Move the selection frame (cursor) of the
recorded image to the desired image by using
the direction buttons [
] on the wireless
remote control, and press the [ENTER] button
on the wireless remote control to display the
selected image on the full-screen. When the
direction button [ ] is held down, the
selection frame (cursor) keeps downward
(To the top of
movement as shown in the right figure.
the next page)
• When the images are displayed on the full-screen
When the direction button [ ] or [ ] on the
Cursor
wireless remote control is pressed, the next
image is displayed. When the direction button
[ ] or [ ]is pressed, the previous image is displayed again.
The image displayed on the full-screen can be zoomed in/out by using the zoom dial
on the front operating panel or the zoom button on the wireless remote control. When
the image is zoomed in, the displayed part of the image can be scrolled by using the
direction buttons [
].
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
When the SD card is in the read/write mode, do not remove the SD card, or failure could occur with
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■ Deleting the Image
(1) Press the [
] button on the front operating panel or wireless remote control to
display the images stored in the SD card in the full screen display mode or the divided
screen display mode.
(2) Select the image to be deleted by using the direction buttons [
remote control.
] on the wireless
(3) Press the [MENU] button on the wireless remote control, and select the [Delete] menu of
the OSD. To delete only the selected image, select [Current]. To delete all images, select
[All].
When [Yes] is selected by pressing the [ENTER] button on the wireless remote control,
the deletion is executed. (To cancel the deletion, select [No].)
■ Slide show
(1) Press the [
] button on the front operating panel or wireless remote control, and
switch the output image mode to the SD mode.
(2) Display the OSD by pressing the [MENU] button on the wireless remote control. When
the [START SLIDE SHOW] menu is selected, the slide show starts.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
(3) The direction buttons on the wireless remote control are disabled by selecting the
[ENTER] button.
• [Effect] (visual effect), [Interval] (display interval) and [Repeat] (repetition) can be set
from the [Slide Show Settings] menu of the OSD.
■ Formatting the SD card
When the SD card is formatted, insert the SD card into this product, and execute formatting.
(1) Press the [
] button on the front operating panel or wireless remote control, and
switch the output image mode to the SD mode.
(2) Display the OSD by pressing the [MENU] button on the wireless remote control, and
select [Format Media].
(3) Now, [Format] starts.
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Presentation using the supplied software
with the USB-connected PC
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Set [USB Mode] to [Application] on the OSD.
"Utility Software" is available from the supplied CD-ROM supplied from us.
"Utility Software" contains PC link software "Image Mate for Presentation" and TWAIN driver
"ELMO TWAIN DS" (VHN) to allow the following operation:
• Transfer of moving/still images to the PC
• Operation of this product from the PC
A PC that Microsoft Windows2000 (SP4 or newer) or XP (SP2 or newer) has been installed is
recommended.
For details, refer to the "Utility Software" Installation Manual and the help folder with the
software.
When the front operating panel or the wireless remote control is in operation, do not connect/
disconnect the USB cable, or malfunction will be caused to this product.
The USB cable compliant with USB2.0 is recommended.
When this camera is connected with the PC with a USB cable, the camera image frame rate lowers.
Depending on the USB environment used by the PC or the influence of peripheral units, the video transfer
could be disturbed.
This does not guarantee the normal operation in any environment.
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Transferring the images from the SD card
into the USB-connected PC
Set [USB Mode] to [Mass Storage] on the OSD.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
When this product is USB-connected to the PC, image data in the SD card can be transferred
into the PC. The Operating System (OS) of the connected PC should be Microsoft Windows
2000(SP4 or newer)/XP(SP2 or newer).
(1) Turn ON the power supply to this product and to the PC.
(2) Connect this product to the PC with the supplied USB cable.
When this product is connected to the PC for the first time, the required drivers are installed automatically
due to the plug-and-play function of Windows. For the second time and thereafter, the drivers are no
longer installed.
(3) This product is recognized as a removable disk. The image data in an SD card can be
viewed by using the viewer software of the PC.
• The image data are stored in JPEG format in the following folders:
My Computer
Removable disk
DCIM
100_ELMO
IMAG0001.JPG
IMAG0002.JPG
:
An SD card set in this product cannot be formatted or written, deleted, locked, and unlocked with image
data from the PC.
The image data cannot be recorded with the correct date and time.
When the front operating panel or wireless remote control is in operation, do not connect/ disconnect
the USB cable, or malfunction will be caused to this product.
Do not switch [USB Mode] on the OSD when this product is in USB-connection.
The USB cable compliant with USB2.0 is recommended.
When this camera is connected with the PC with a USB cable, the camera image frame rate lowers.
Depending on the USB environment used by the PC or the influence of peripheral units, the video transfer
could be disturbed.
This does not guarantee the normal operation in any environment.
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Shooting off the stage
Close-up
lens holder
<Forward shooting>
<Backward shooting>
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
When the camera head is set in the horizontal direction, walls, distant views, etc. can be
shot. When the object is distant, open the close-up lens holder.
Do not fold the camera column when the close-up lens holder remains open, or the close-up lens could
be damaged.
Close-up
lens holder
When the camera head is set horizontally for shooting ahead of this camera, the image can be rotated
automatically by 180°.
Shooting area when the close-up lens holder is opened:
TELE (Telescopic):
500mm – ∞ from the zoom lens
WIDE (Wide-angle): 100mm – ∞ from the zoom lens
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VARIOUS FUNCTIONS AND OPERATIONS
Lighting
Front operating panel
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
This camera is equipped with material illumination
for presenting materials, such as printed matter, and
base illumination for transparent materials, such as
slide films and negative films.
When the [
LAMP] button on the front operating
panel or wireless remote control is pressed, the
fluorescent lamp lights up in 1 – 3 seconds.
•Each time the [
LAMP] button is pressed, the
material illumination lights up → the base
illumination lights up → both illuminations go out
in this order.
Both the material illumination and the base illumination
cannot be extinguished together.
The illumination lamp helps obtain sharp display with
good color rendering when it is used for a material
surface with low brightness or for a three-dimensional
object.
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Zoom
Front operating panel
When the zoom dial [
Wireless remote control
,
] on the front
operating panel is turned or the zoom button [
Front operating panel
,
] on the wireless remote control is pressed, the
document display range can be adjusted.
According to the zoom dial turning angle, the
zooming speed varies in 3 steps (3-step speed
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
change).
● Zoom magnification in the Camera mode
When the optical zoom is maximized (about 16×),
the digital zoom is activated and the image can be
zoomed in further up to 4× (about 64× combined
with the optical zoom).
Within the digital zoom range, the image quality is
degraded.
Wireless remote control
Within the digital zoom range, the zoom speed is
locked.
When the digital zoom is use, the LCD monitor can be
scrolled by using the direction button [
] on
the wireless remote control.
When the image is in transmission through the USB
cable, the digital zoom speed get slow.
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Image Selection
Front operating panel
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
Each time the [
], [
] button and [
] button
on the front operating panel or wireless remote
control are pressed, the image is switched among
the camera image, the image inputted in the analog
RGB input terminal [RGB IN] and the image stored in
the SD card.
When the PC or other unit is connected to the analog
RGB input terminal [RGB IN], the output image can
be switched without spending time and labor
exchanging the connection cables.
The image from the DVI output terminal [DVI OUT]
cannot be switched to [RGB IN] image.
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The display mode of the image from the video output
terminal [VIDEO OUT] cannot be switched when [Video
Out] is set to [Camera & SD] on the OSD.
If the image mode switching is tried to the SD mode
when an SD card is not in this product, the screen will
turn black.
By setting [Guide] to [On] on the OSD, the setting
contents are displayed on the screen.
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■ Input image signal that can be output from the video output terminal
[VIDEO OUT] into the analog RGB input terminal [RGB IN]
Signal
Frequency
Vertical
Hz
84.889
85.080
85.039
59.941
72.809
75.000
85.008
56.250
60.317
72.188
75.000
85.061
60.004
70.069
75.029
84.997
75.000
60.000
85.003
60.020
75.025
85.024
60.000
65.000
70.000
75.000
85.000
66.667
74.550
74.927
75.062
56.420
Pixel clock
MHz
31.500
31.500
35.500
25.175
31.500
31.500
36.000
36.000
40.000
50.000
49.500
56.250
65.000
75.000
78.750
94.500
108.000
108.000
148.500
108.000
135.000
157.500
162.000
175.500
189.000
202.500
229.500
30.240
57.283
80.000
100.000
21.052
Resolution
(Number of lines)
Horizontal
640
640
720
640
640
640
640
800
800
800
800
800
1024
1024
1024
1024
1152
1280
1280
1280
1280
1280
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
640
832
1024
1152
640
Polarity of synchronized signal
(P: Positive, N: Negative)
Vertical
350
400
400
480
480
480
480
600
600
600
600
600
768
768
768
768
864
960
960
1024
1024
1024
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
480
624
768
870
400
HS/VS
P/N
N/P
N/P
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
N/N
N/N
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
P/P
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
N/N
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
Mode name
VGA1
VGA2
VGA3
VGA@60Hz
VGA@72Hz
VGA@75Hz
VGA@85Hz
SVGA@56Hz
SVGA@60Hz
SVGA@72Hz
SVGA@75Hz
SVGA@85Hz
XGA@60Hz
XGA@70Hz
XGA@75Hz
XGA@85Hz
SXGA1
SXGA2
SXGA3
SXGA@60Hz
SXGA@75Hz
SXGA@85Hz
UXGA@60Hz
UXGA@65Hz
UXGA@70Hz
UXGA@75Hz
UXGA@85Hz
Mac 13
Mac 16
Mac 19
Mac 21
PC98
Horizontal
kHz
37.861
37.861
37.927
31.469
37.861
37.500
43.269
35.156
37.879
48.077
46.875
53.674
48.363
56.476
60.023
68.677
67.500
60.000
85.938
63.981
79.976
91.146
75.000
81.250
87.500
93.750
106.250
35.000
49.725
60.241
68.681
24.825
This product may not accommodate any signal other than those listed in the above table.
Depending on the input signal, the image may not be outputted in full size.
This product does not accommodate such synchronized signal as composite and SyncOnGreen.
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Focus
Front operating panel
Wireless remote control
Wireless remote control
The focus on the object is adjusted.
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
■ Auto Focus
When the [AF] button on the front operating panel
or wireless remote control is pressed, the camera is
focused automatically. This product is of one-shot
auto focus type. That is, once the camera is
focused, the auto focus operation is released, and
then focus position is maintained.
The objects listed below may not be brought into focus
in the auto focus. In such case, use the manual focus
mode.
• Objects having little contrast
• Objects with fine repeated patterns, such as lateral
stripes and cross stripes
• Objects glittering or reflecting strong light
• Objects with bright background or excessive contrast
• Objects that are entirely dark
• Objects located near and far away at the same time
• Objects in motion
If the manual focus button [FOCUS · NEAR] or
[FOCUS · FAR] on the wireless remote control is
pressed when the auto focus is in operation, the auto
focus operation will be cancelled.
Wireless remote control
Limit of focus adjustment:
• With close-up lens
TELE (Telescopic)
WIDE (Wide-angle)
• Without close-up lens
TELE (Telescopic)
WIDE (Wide-angle)
85
: 250 – 410mm (9.8 – 16.1 in) from close-up lens
: 85 – 410 mm (3.3 – 16.1 in) from close-up lens
: 500mm –
: 100mm –
∞ (19.7 in – ∞) from zoom lens
∞ (3.9 in – ∞) from zoom lens
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■ Manual Focus
When the focus button [FOCUS · NEAR] or
[FOCUS · FAR] on the wireless remote control is
pressed, the height on which the camera is
focused changes.
This function is used for focusing the camera on
any portion of a 3D object or the like.
Wireless remote control
Limit of focus adjustment:
• With close-up lens
TELE (Telescopic)
WIDE (Wide-angle)
• Without close-up lens
TELE (Telescopic)
WIDE (Wide-angle)
: 250 – 410mm (9.8 – 16.1 in) from close-up lens
: 85 – 410 mm (3.3 – 16.1 in) from close-up lens
: 500mm –
: 100mm –
∞ (19.7 in – ∞) from zoom lens
∞ (3.9 in – ∞) from zoom lens
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
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Brightness Adjustment
Front operating panel
When the [BRIGHTNESS ·
] button on the
front operating panel or wireless remote control is
pressed, brightness of the image is adjusted through
the adjustment of the lens iris. Two adjustment modes
are available for this adjustment. Each mode is set
by the [BRIGHTNESS] item of the OSD.
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
■ Auto Brightness Adjustment
■ ([Brightness] is set to [Auto] on the OSD.)
It is so set that the brightness to be tracked
automatically can be adjusted.
When the [
] button and [
] button on the
front operating panel are pressed together or
[NORMAL] is selected in [BRIGHTNESS] on the
wireless remote control, the current settings are
reset to the default settings.
■ Manual Brightness Adjustment
■ ([Brightness] is set to [Manual] on the OSD.)
It is set so that the brightness can be locked to any
level.
The default setting is [Auto] (Auto Brightness
Adjustment).
In the Manual Brightness Adjustment, the brightness is
locked and the change in the object brightness is not
tracked.
When adjusting the brightness in the manual mode,
] buttons on the
pressing the [BRIGHTNESS
front operation panel together or pressing the
[NORMAL] button on the wireless remote control does
nor work.
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When [Guide] is set to [On] on the OSD, the setting
contents are displayed on the screen.
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State Presetting
The setting position of this product can be
saved/called. Up to 8 positions can be saved. The
presets that can be saved are as follows:
• Current zoom field angle (Optical zoom range)
• Brightness status
• White Balance state
• R-Gain (When the white balance is set to Manual)
• B-Gain (When the white balance is set to Manual)
• Edge Effect settings (When Graphics mode is selected)
• Gamma value settings (When Graphics mode is selected)
• Lighting ON/OFF
• Color/B&W selection settings
• Image Rotation state
• Mode settings
• Posi/Nega settings
Wireless remote control
The saved state can be retained even if the power
supply is turned OFF.
Rotated position cannot be saved to "Power On" setting.
(Memory No.8 on remote control)
■ Calling
When the [CALL] button on the wireless remote
control is pressed and then "within 4 seconds", the
memory number button on the wireless remote
control is pressed, the settings of the selected
memory number are called. When [Call] → [Default]
on the OSD are selected, the factory-set settings are
called.
VARIOUS
FUNCTIONS
AND OPERATIONS
■ Presetting
When the [PRESET] button on the wireless remote
control is pressed and then "within 4 seconds", the
memory number button on the wireless remote
control is pressed, the present camera using status is
memorized in the selected memory number.
When the [PRESET] button on the wireless remote
control is pressed and then the memory number [8]
button on the wireless remote control is pressed, the
contents of this setting are called when the power is
turned on the next time.
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RS-232C SPECIFICATIONS
This product can be controlled from a PC connected to this product through the RS-232C
terminal [RS-232C].
Setting Up
q Connect this product to a PC with an RS-232C cable.
When using an RS-232C cable available on the market, make sure that pin connections are the same as
below.
To protect this product and the PC, be sure to turn OFF the power supply to all units before starting the
connection work.
w Start the PC, and set the communication mode of the RS-232C to the communication
mode of this product.
For the information how to set the communication mode of the RS-232C, refer to the instruction manual of
the PC.
e Start the PC program to operate this product.
r Control through the RS-232C will start.
For communication control, be sure to take the above steps for settings.
ABOUT
RS-232C
Cable Connection
This product side
(DSUB-9P)
DSUB-9P (Female)
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
89
CD
RXD
TXD
DTR
SG
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI (CI)
PC side
(DSUB-9P)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CD
RXD
TXD
DTR
SG
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
PC side:
DSUB-9P (Female)
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
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Data Format Specification
This command is executed in the form of 1-command/1-packet. The next command is not
accepted until the previous processing is completed.
• The communication command always starts with STX (Start of Text), and ends with ETX (End
of Text).
• If the communication format of command name is wrong, NAK (Negative Acknowledge)
will be sent from this product as a result of failing to receive correctly.
• When communication format is received correctly, this product sends ACK (Normal
Acknowledge).
■ Operation Command (PC → This product)
Each operation command is executed in ASCII code, and transmitted in a set of 7 bytes as
follows:
S
T
X
(PC)
(This product)
→
Command
Parameter
E
T
X
Data
ACK
■ Response Data Format (This product → PC)
All response data is transmitted as ASCII code, corresponding to the parameters in the
operation command table.
• Status 0
S
T
X
Lighting
Posi/
Input
selection Nega
Color/ Camera Mode
Display
B&W /SD Mode
Pause Flickerless
E
T
X
• Status 2
S
T
X
Iris
Gamma Image
mode selection rotation
Edge
effect
White
balance
Text
Monitor
output
USB
Mode
E
T
X
• ROM Ver0 (MASTER)
V
56H
H
48H
N
4EH
E
T
X
H
48H
N
4EH
E
T
X
H
48H
N
4EH
E
T
X
ABOUT
RS-232C
S
T
X
• ROM Ver1 (SLAVE)
S
T
X
V
56H
• ROM Ver2 (LENS)
S
T
X
V
56H
• ROM Ver3 (MAIN) . . . Upper 6 bytes
S
T
X
E
T
X
• ROM Ver4 (MAIN) . . . Lower 4 bytes
S
T
X
20H
20H
E
T
X
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Transmission Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Full duplex start-stop sync. mode
Start bit
Data bit
Stop bit
Parity bit
X parameter
Baud rate (Communication speed)
:
:
:
:
:
:
1 bit
8 bits
1 bit
None
None
9600bps
UART Communication Format
Commands, parameters and data are all transmitted in ASCII code.
ABOUT
RS-232C
Function
Command
Parameter
Auto Focus
AF 0
Focus adjustment
FO + (Near)
– (Far)
0 (Stop)
Zoom adjustment
ZO + (Tele)
– (Wide)
0 (Stop)
Iris adjustment
IR + (Open)
– (Close)
0 (Stop)
1 (Auto)
2 (Manual)
Lighting selection
PL 0 (OFF)
1 (BASE)
2 (UPPER)
Display mode
AV 0 (Camera)
selection
1 (RGB IN)
2 (SD)
Video output
MO 0 (All Mode)
selection
1 (Camera & SD)
Direction
KE 0 (Menu)
1 (Enter)
2 (→)
3 (←)
4 (↑)
5 (↓)
Pause
FZ 0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
Guide
GU 0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
Display
DP 0 (Single)
1 (3×3)
2 (4×4)
Slide show
SS 0 (Stop)
1 (Start)
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Data
Contents
■■ To perform the one-shot auto focus
■■ To adjust the focus
■■
To adjust the zoom
■■
To adjust the iris
■■
To turn ON/OFF the lighting
■■
To switch the display mode
■■
To switch the video output
■■ To scroll in the direction indicated by arrow when
the digital zoom is in operation
To select and determine an image on the split
screen
■■
To freeze the image
■■
To set whether the main unit operation state should
be displayed on the screen or not
To select whether the images in the SD card mode
should be displayed on the split screen or not
■■
■■
To start/stop the slide show
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Function
Command
Parameter
Slide-show image
SE 0 (Left to right)
feed effect
1 (LT to RB)
2 (RT to LB)
3 (None)
Slide-show object
ST 0 (All)
file
1 (Locked)
Slide-show feed
SO 0 (FWD)
order
1 (BWD)
Slide-show image
SI 0 (3s)
feed interval
1 (5s)
2 (10s)
3 (15s)
4 (30s)
Slide-show repeat
SR 0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
File delete
DE 0 (Current)
1 (All)
File lock
SL 0 (Current)
1 (All)
File unlock
SU 0 (Current)
1 (All)
Format
SF 0
Image save
CA 0
USB mode
UM 0 (Mass Storage)
1 (Application)
Gamma setting
GM 0 (High)
1 (Normal)
2 (Low)
Flickerless
FL 0 (60Hz)
1 (50Hz)
Data
Contents
■■ To set the visual effect of the slide show
■■
■■
■■
As a slide show target, select all images stored on
the SD card or only the locked image files
To set whether the slide show should be proceeded
in the ascending order or in the descending order
To set the interval of the image switching in the
slide show
■■
To proceed the slide show repeatedly
■■
To delete an image file in the SD card
■■
To lock an image file in the SD card
■■
To unlock the locked image file in the SD card
■■
■■
■■
To format the SD card
To save the image in the SD card
To switch the USB mode
■■
To set the gamma value of the image
■■
To set the flickerless
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RS-232C
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Function
Image rotation
Edge effect
White balance
Text
Posi/Nega
Color/B&W
Local lockout
Default
Status request
ROM version
ACK check
ABOUT
RS-232C
CR addition
Command
RO 0
1
AP 0
1
2
3
AW 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
CT 0
1
2
3
NP 0
1
CB 0
1
LL 0
1
DF 0
QS 0
2
QR 0
1
2
3
4
SA 0
1
SC 0
1
Parameter
(0°)
(180°)
(OFF)
(Low)
(Mid)
(High)
(Manual)
(Auto)
(One Push)
(R_Up)
(R_Down)
(B_Up)
(B_Down)
(GRAPHICS)
(TEXT1)
(TEXT2)
(TEXT3)
(Posi)
(Nega)
(Color)
(B&W)
(OFF)
(ON)
(OFF)
(ON)
(OFF)
(ON)
Data
■■ To turn the image
Contents
■■
To set the edge enhancement
■■
To switch the white balance mode
■■
To set the contrast
■■
To set the Posi/Nega
■■
To set the Color/B&W
■■
■■
■■
To invalidate the operation of the front operating
panel and wireless remote control
To reset to the default settings
To inquire about the unit state
■■
To inquire about the ROM version
■■
To switch the ACK check mode
■■
To switch the CR addition settings
For "■■" in the data column, transmit the SPACE [20H] twice.
Connection
If the RS-232C cable is not connected correctly between this product and the PC, no
acknowledgement is transmitted.
Connect the RS-232C cable correctly, and fix it firmly with the connector set screws before
starting the operation.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptoms and Confirmation
Check the following items. If any abnormality is found, consult the seller from whom you have
purchased this product or our branch/office near your location.
Symptom
No image is displayed
on the TV monitor.
The image is out of
focus.
The lamp does not
light up quickly.
The video output
image is disarrayed.
The image is too dark.
The image is striped.
TROUBLESHOOTING
The brightness tone is
out of order.
The material (object)
does not come to the
center of the display
Check this item
• The cable is not connected correctly to the video-in terminal of the
monitor.
• The power cord is disconnected from the wall AC outlet.
• The plug is disconnected from the power cord receptacle of this
presenter.
• The power switch is not ON.
• Zoom is set at the TELE side, displaying only the white/black part of the
document.
• The power switch is turned ON immediately after it is turned OFF.
In this case, this product may not start immediately. Wait for several
seconds after turning OFF the power switch, and then turn it ON.
• The document (object) is too close to the lens.
• Zoom is at the TELE side after focusing at a wide angle (at the WIDE
side). Focus on the point of max. at the TELE side.
• In the auto focus, focusing is difficult in some cases.
• For the protection purpose, the lamp is arranged to light up after
preheating for 2 seconds. This is not a fault.
• The video output is set to the PAL system. If this product, set to the PAL
system, is connected to the monitor specially designed for the NTSC
system, the video image may not be outputted normally but be
disarrayed or in black and white. In such case, switch the system of
the video output by referring to "DIP Switch" at P. 61.
• The intensity of the lighting is not sufficient. Press the [ ] button on
the front operating panel or wireless remote control to turn ON the
lamp.
• The iris is adjusted to the CLOSE side. Adjust the iris to the OPEN side.
• This may be interference fringes between dots of printed matter
and TV scanning lines or CMOS pixels. This may be mitigated by
changing the projection range.
• When using an LCD projector, vertical stripes may appear on the
screen. This may be mitigated by manually adjusting the dot clock
frequency on the projector side.
• This may be mitigated by switching gamma settings.
• Initialize the camera position by referring to P. 70.
Replacement of Lighting Lamp (Fluorescent Lamp)
The lighting lamps (fluorescent lamps) are expendables. When any of them begins to shimmer
or dim, replace it.
For the replacement of the lamp, consult the dealer from whom you have purchased this product or our
branch/office near your location.
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SPECIFICATIONS
■ General
Item
Power source
Power consumption
Outside dimensions
Weight
Input selection
Output terminal
Input terminal
Ext. control terminal
Memory interface
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Specifications
12VDC (AC adapter: 100 ~ 240VAC)
30W (AC adapter included)
457×562×138mm (18.0×22.1×5.4 in) (When folded)
457×519×587mm (18.0×20.4×23.1 in) (When set up)
Approx. 8.5kg (18.7 lbs) (Main body only)
Main body / External one system
DVI output
DVI-D 24P connector, female
RGB output
Mini DSUB 15P connector, female
Composite video
RCA pin jack / 75Ω unbalanced
output
(NTSC/PAL)
RGB input
Mini DSUB 15P connector, female
RS-232C
Dsub 9P connector, male
USB (2.0 compliant)
Type B receptacle
SD card slot
×1
×1
×1
×1
×1
×1
×1
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■ Main Camera
Item
Lens
Shooting speed
Shooting area
Limit of focus
adjustment
Optical zoom
Digital zoom
Focus
Iris
Image pick-up element
Total picture elements
Effective picture elements
Synchronizing system
Resolution
DVI output
Analog RGB output
SPECIFICATIONS
Composite video output
White balance
Video output selection
Posi/Nega conversion
Color/B&W selection
Image rotation
Text mode
Gamma setting
Edge enhancement
Pause
Image recording
Split display
Slide show
Specifications
f = 4.9 ~ 78.4mm (16-time zoom), F = 2.7
30 frames/sec
SXGA 405×324mm (15.9×12.8 in) max. 30×24mm (1.2×0.9 in) min.
HDTV 405×224mm (15.9×8.8 in) max. 30×17mm (1.2×0.7 in) min.
XGA 405×303mm (15.9×11.9 in) max. 30×23mm (1.2×0.9 in) min.
With close-up lens:
TELE side : 250 ~ 410mm (9.8 ~ 16.1 in) from close-up lens
WIDE side : 85 ~ 410mm (3.3 ~ 16.1 in) from close-up lens
Without close-up lens:
TELE side : 500mm ~ ∞ (19.7 in ~ ∞) from zoom lens
WIDE side : 100mm ~ ∞ (3.9 in ~ ∞) from zoom lens
16×
4×
Auto/Manual
Auto (Level adjustable) / Manual
1/3˝ 1.3M CMOS
Horizontal 1312, Vertical 1032 ... Approx. 1,350,000 pixels
SXGA Horizontal 1280, Vertical 1024
HDTV Horizontal 1280, Vertical 720
XGA Horizontal 1280, Vertical 960
Internal
Analog RGB output:
Horizontal 800TV lines or more Vertical 800TV lines or more
Video output:
Horizontal 450TV lines or more
TMDS data signal 0.5 (Vp-p)
SXGA: Horizontal frequency 63.98kHz; Vertical frequency
50Ω (Terminated)
60.02Hz (1280×1024 at 60Hz); Compliant with VESA
HDTV: Horizontal frequency 44.7kHz; Vertical frequency
0.7 (Vp-p) 75Ω unbalanced,
Synchronized signal: SXGA Positive polarity 60Hz (1280×720 at 60Hz); Compliant with HDTV
XGA: Horizontal frequency 48.363kHz; Vertical
HDTV Negative polarity
frequency 60.004Hz (1024×768at 60Hz); Compliant
XGA Negative polarity with VESA
Compliant with NTSC/PAL
Full auto / One-push / Manual
Provided (NTSC/PAL)
Provided
Provided
Provided (0°/180°, Automatic rotation by 180° for forward shooting)
Text1 / Text2 / Text3 / GRAPHICS
Provided (GRAPHICS mode only)
Provided (GRAPHICS mode only)
Provided
Provided (SD card)
Provided (SD card image / 9-splits / 16-splits)
Provided (SD card image)
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■ Lighting
Item
Specifications
Lighting
High frequency lighting mode, twin fluorescent lamp, Type 9 (Model: FPL9EX-N)
Base illumination Cold-cathode tube
■ Supplied Accessories
Name
Power adapter
Power cord (1.5m)
Video cable (RCA pin connector) (3m)
Analog RGB cable (DSUB 15P connector) (2m)
DVI cable (2m)
Infrared wireless remote control
Batteries (Type R03, AAA)
Instruction Manual for P100
Warranty Card for P100
USB cable (1.8m)
Utility Software Installation Manual
Utility Software CD-ROM
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
For the RCA pin, use a pin plug compliant with EIAJ RC-6703.
The above specifications are subject to change without notice.
Trademark Acknowledgements
is a trademark of ELMO Co., Ltd.
VESA and SVGA are registered trademarks of Video Electronics Standards Association.
SXGA, VGA and XGA are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business
Machines Corporation.
: SD logo is a trademark.
Any other company names and product names appeared in this manual are trade names,
trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective relevant companies.
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