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LC-XB100 Owners Manual
Multimedia Projector
MODEL
LC-XB100
LC-XB200
Network Supported
❏ Wired LAN
100-Base-TX/10-Base-T
Refer to the Owner's Manuals below for
details about network function.
❏ Network Set-up and Operation
❏ PJ Network Manager
Owner's Manual
Features and Design
This Multimedia Projector is designed with the most advanced technology for portability, durability, and ease of use.
This projector utilizes built-in multimedia features, a palette of 16.77 million colors, and matrix liquid crystal display
(LCD) technology.
◆Compact Design
◆Security Function
This projector is designed compact in size and weight. It is easy to carry and installed anywhere you wish to
use.
◆ Simple Computer System Setting
The Security function helps you to ensure security
of the projector. With the Key lock function, you can
lock the operation on the top control or remote control
(p.56). PIN code lock function prevents unauthorized
use of the projector (pp.21, 56–57).
The projector has the Multi-scan system to conform to ◆Helpful Maintenance Functions
almost all computer output signals quickly (p.31). Up to
Lamp and filter maintenance functions provide for
UXGA resolution can be accepted.
better and proper maintenance of the projector.
◆ Useful Functions for Presentations
◆ LAN Network Function
-The digital zoom function allows you to focus on the
crucial information during a presentation (p.38).
-Blackboards* can be used as a projection screen.
*The board color is limited to Green (pp.35, 42).
◆ Lamp Control
Brightness of the projection lamp can be selected
(pp.27, 54).
◆ Quick Termination
This projector is loaded with the Wired LAN network
function. You can operate and manage the projector
via network. For details, refer to the owner’s manual
“Network Set-up and Operation.”
◆ Auto Setup Function
This function enables Input search, Auto Keystone
correction and Auto PC adjustment by simplepressing
the AUTO SETUP button on the top control (p.47).
◆ Colorboard Function
The AC power cord can be unplugged immediately after turning off the projector without waiting for the
termination of the cooling fan rotation (p.22).
◆Logo Function
t the time of simple projection on the colored wall,
A
you can get the close color image to the color image
projected on a white screen by selecting the similar
color to the wall color from the preset four colors.
The Logo function allows you to customize the screen ◆Power Management
logo (pp.49-51). You can capture an image for the The Power management function reduces power
consumption and maintains the lamp life (p.53).
screen logo and use it for the starting-up display or
between presentations.
◆Multilanguage Menu Display
Operation menu is available in 17 languages; English,
German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch,
Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian,
Russian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Thai (p.46).
◆ Closed Caption
losed Caption is a function that displays the audio
C
portion of a TV program as text on the screen. The
closed captioning service is available mainly in the
U.S. (p.52)
✔ Note:
•The On-Screen Menu and figures in this manual may differ slightly from the product.
•The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
Table of Contents
Features and Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
To the Owner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Air Circulation
6
Installing the Projector in Proper Directions
6
Moving the Projector
6
Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Front
8
Back
8
Bottom
8
Rear Terminal 9
Top Control
10
Remote Control
11
Remote Control Battery Installation
12
Remote Control Operating Range
12
Remote Control Code
12
Laser Pointer Function
13
Pointer Function
13
How to use the USB Infrared Receiver
14
Wireless Mouse Operation
14
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Positioning the Projector
15
Adjustable Feet
15
Connecting to a Computer
16
Connecting to Video Equipment
17
Connecting to Component Video Equipment 18
Connecting the AC Power Cord
19
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Turning On the Projector
20
Turning Off the Projector
22
How to Operate the On-Screen Menu
23
Menu Bar
24
Zoom and Focus Adjustment
25
Auto Setup Function
25
Keystone Correction
25
Sound Adjustment
26
Remote Control Operation
27
Computer Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Input Source Selection
(RGB: Computer 1/Computer 2(Analog))
Input Source Selection
(RGB(PC digital), RGB(AV HDCP))
Computer System Selection
Auto PC Adjustment
Manual PC Adjustment
Image Mode Selection
Image Adjustment
Screen Size Adjustment
29
30
31
32
33
35
36
37
Video Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Input Source Selection (Video, S-video)
Input Source Selection
(Component, RGB Scart 21-pin)
Video System Selection
Image Mode Selection Image Adjustment
Screen Size Adjustment
39
40
41
42
43
45
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Setting
46
Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Input Source Information Display
60
Maintenance and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
WARNING indicator
Cleaning the Filters
Resetting the Filter Counter
Attaching the Lens Cap
Cleaning the Projection Lens
Cleaning the Projector Cabinet
Lamp Replacement
61
62
62
63
63
63
64
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Troubleshooting
Menu Tree
Indicators and Projector Condition
Compatible Computer Specifications
Technical Specifications
Optional Parts
PJ Link Notice
Configurations of Terminals
PIN Code Number Memo
Dimensions
66
70
72
73
75
76
77
78
79
80
Trademarks
Each name of corporations or products in this book is either a registered trademark or a trademark of its respective
corporation.
To the Owner
Before installing and operating this projector, read this
manual thoroughly.
This projector provides many convenient features and
functions. Operating the projector properly enables
you to manage those features and maintains it in good
condition for many years to come.
Improper operation may result in not only shortening the
product-life, but also malfunctions, fire hazard, or other
accidents.
If your projector seems to operate improperly, read this
manual again, check operations and cable connections
and try the solutions in the “Troubleshooting” section
in the back of this booklet. If the problem still persists,
contact the dealer where you purchased the projector or
the service center.
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 EXCEPT LAMP REPLACEMENT. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Safety Precaution
WARNING: ● THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
● TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
–This projector produces intense light from the projection
lens. Do not stare directly into the lens, otherwise eye
damage could result. Be especially careful that children
do not stare directly into the beam.
–Install the projector in a proper position. Otherwise it may
result in fire hazard.
–Allowing the proper amount of space on the top, sides,
and rear of the projector cabinet is critical for proper
air circulation and cooling of the unit. The dimension
shown here indicate the minimum space required.
If the projector is to be built into a compartment or
similarly enclosed, these minimum distances must be
maintained.
–Do not cover the ventilation slot on the projector. Heat
build-up can reduce the service life of your projector, and
can also be dangerous.
SIDE and TOP
0.7’(20cm)
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE CONSTITUTING A RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK IS PRESENT WITHIN THIS UNIT.
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THERE ARE
IMPORTANT OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS IN THE OWNER'S MANUAL
WITH THIS UNIT.
The symbol mark and recycling systems described below
apply to EU countries and do not apply to countries in other
areas of the world.
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality
materials and components which can be recycled and/or
reused.
The symbol mark means that electrical and electronic
equipment, batteries and accumulators, at their end-oflife,
should be disposed of separately from your household
waste.
Note:
If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol mark,
this chemical symbol means that the battery or accumulator
contains a heavy metal at a certain concentration. This will
be indicated as follows: Hg: mercury, Cd: cadmium, Pb: lead
In the European Union there are separate collection systems
for used electrical and electronic equipment,
batteries and accumulators.
Please, dispose of them correctly at your local
community waste collection/recycling centre.
Please, help us to conserve the environment
we live in!
REAR
1.5’(50cm)
3’(1m)
3’(1m)
–If the projector is unused for an extended time, unplug
20cm
the projector from the power outlet.
–Do not project the same image for a long time. The
afterimage may remain on the LCD panels by the
characteristic of panel.
50cm
1m
1m
CAUTION
Do not set the projector in greasy, wet, or smoky conditions such as IN a kitchen to prevent A Breakdown or a disaster. If The PROJECTor comes in contact with oil or chemicals, IT may
become deteriorated.
CAUTION
Not for use in a computer room as defined in the Standard
for the Protection of Electronic Computer/Data Processing
Equipment, ANSI/NFPA 75.
Ne peut être utilisé dans une salle d’ordinateurs telle
que définie dans la norme ANSI/NFPA 75 Standard
for Protection of Electronic Computer/Data Processing
Equipment.
READ AND KEEP THIS OWNER'S MANUAL FOR
LATER USE.
Safety Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the product is operated.
Do not install the projector near the ventilation duct of
air-conditioning equipment.
Read all of the instructions given here and retain them
for later use. Unplug this projector from AC power supply
before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
This projector 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 supplied, consult your
authorized dealer or local power company.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the
projector.
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this
can result in fire or electric shock. Do not allow anything
to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this projector
where the cord may be damaged by persons walking on
it.
For added protection to the projector during a lightning
storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will
prevent damage due to lightning and power line surges.
Do not expose this unit to rain or use near water... for
example, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, etc...
Do not use attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Do not place this projector on an unstable cart, stand,
or table. The projector may fall, causing serious injury
to a child or adult, and serious damage to the projector.
Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the
manufacturer, or sold with the projector. Wall or shelf
mounting should follow the manufacturer’s instructions,
and should use a mounting kit approved by the
manufacturers.
An appliance and cart combination
should be moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the appliance
and cart combination to overturn.
Slots and openings in the back and bottom of the cabinet
are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of
the equipment and to protect it from overheating.
Do not attempt to service this projector yourself as
opening or removing Covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing
to qualified service personnel.
Unplug this projector from wall outlet and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a.When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b.If liquid has been spilled into the projector.
c.If the projector has been exposed to rain or water.
d.If the projector does not operate normally by following
the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls
that are covered by the operating instructions as
improper adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the projector to normal
operation.
e.If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has
been damaged.
f. When the projector exhibits a distinct change in
performance-this indicates a need for service.
When replacement parts are required, be sure the
service technician has used replacement parts specified
by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics
as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
The openings should never be covered with cloth or other
materials, and the bottom opening should not be blocked
by placing the projector on a bed, sofa, rug, or other
similar surface. This projector should never be placed
near or over a radiator or heat register.
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
projector, ask the service technician to perform routine
safety checks to determine that the projector is in safe
operating condition.
This projector should not be placed in a built-in installation
such as a book case unless proper ventilation is provided.
NOTE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE US
Hg LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN
MERCURY AND MUST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED
OF ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL
LAWS.
Never push objects of any kind into this projector through
cabinet slots 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 projector.
Safety Instructions
Air Circulation
Installing the Projector in Proper Position
Openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To
ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it
from overheating, these openings must not be blocked
or covered.
Install the projector properly. Improper Installation may
reduce the lamp life and cause a fire hazard.
CAUTION
Do not tilt the projector more than 20
degrees from side to side.
20°
20°
Hot air is exhausted from the exhaust vent. When using
or installing the projector, the following precautions
should be taken.
–Do not put any flammable object or spray can near the
projector, hot air is exhausted from the air vents.
–Keep the exhaust vent at least 3’ (1 m) away from any
objects.
– Do not touch a peripheral part of the exhaust vent,
especially screws and metallic parts. These areas will
become hot while the projector is being used.
– Do not put anything on the cabinet. Objects put on the
cabinet will not only get damaged but also may cause
fire hazard by heat.
Cooling fans are provided to cool down the projector.
The fans’ running speed is changed according to the
temperature inside the projector.
Do not tilt the projector more than 30
degrees from above and below.
30°
30°
Do not point the projector up to project an
image.
Do not point the projector down to project
an image.
Do not put the projector on either side to
project an image.
Moving the Projector
When moving the projector, replace the lens cap and
retract adjustable feet to prevent damage to the lens and
cabinet.
When the projector is not in use for an extended period,
put it into the supplied carrying case with the lens side
up.
CAUTION
Air Intake Vent
Exhaust Vent
(Hot air exhaust)
The carrying case (supplied) is intended for protection
against dust and scratches on surface of the cabinet,
and it is not designed to protect an appliance from
external forces. Do not transport the projector by courier
or any other transport service with this case, otherwise
the projector can be damaged. When handling the
projector, do not drop, bump, subject it to strong forces,
or put other things on the cabinet.
Air Intake Vent
Air Intake Vent
Exhaust Vent
(Hot air exhaust)
CAUTION IN CARRYING OR TRANSPORTING THE PROJECTOR
–Do not drop or bump the projector, otherwise damages
or malfunctions may result.
–When carrying the projector, use a suitable carrying case.
–Do not transport the projector by courier or any other
transport service in an unsuitable transport case. This
may cause damage to the projector. For information
about transporting the projector by courier or any other transport service, consult your dealer.
–Do not put the projector in a case before the projector is
cooled enough.
Compliance
Federal Communications Commission Notice
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
–Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
–Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
–Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
–Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the instructions. If
such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
Model Number
: LC-XB100, LC-XB200
Trade Name : EIKI
Responsible party
: EIKI International, Inc.
Address
: 30251 Esperanza Rancho Santa Margarita CA 92688-2132
Telephone No .
: 800-242-3454 (949-457-0200)
AC Power Cord Requirement
The AC Power Cord supplied with this projector meets the requirement for use in the country you purchased it. AC Power Cord for the United States and Canada:
AC Power Cord used in the United States and Canada is listed by the Underwriters
Laboratories (UL) and certified by the Canadian Standard Association (CSA).
AC Power Cord has a grounding-type AC line plug. This is a safety feature to be sure that the
plug will fit into the power outlet. Do not try to defeat this safety feature. Should you be unable
to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician.
GROUND
AC Power Cord for the United Kingdom:
This cord is already fitted with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse, the value of which is indicated on the pin
face of the plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, an ASTA approved BS 1362 fuse must be used of the
same rating, marked thus . If the fuse cover is detachable, never use the plug with the cover omitted. If a
replacement fuse cover is required, ensure it is of the same colour as that visible on the pin face of the plug
(i.e. red or orange). Fuse covers are available from the Parts Department indicated in your User Instructions.
If the plug supplied is not suitable for your socket outlet, it should be cut off and destroyed.
The end of the flexible cord should be suitably prepared and the correct plug fitted.
WARNING : A PLUG WITH BARED FLEXIBLE CORD IS HAZARDOUS IF ENGAGED IN A LIVE SOCKET
OUTLET.
The Wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green-and-yellowEarth
Blue . . . . . . . . . . Neutral
Brown . . . . . . . . . Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by
the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or
coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or
coloured red.
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
ASA
THE SOCKET-OUTLET SHOULD BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
Part Names and Functions
①Infrared Remote Receiver
②Zoom Ring
③Focus Ring
④Projection Lens
⑤Lens Cap
(See page 63 for attaching.)
Front
CAUTION
Do not turn on a projector with lens cap attached. High
temperature from light beam may damage lens cap and
result in fire hazard.
⑥Speaker
①
Back
⑦
② ③④
⑤
⑨
⑦Exhaust Vents
⑧
⑨
*
⑩⑪
⑫
CAUTION
Hot air is exhausted from the exhaust vent. Do not put
heat-sensitive objects near this side.
⑬
⑥
Bottom
⑧Lamp Cover
⑨Air Intake Vent
⑩Terminals and Connectors
⑪Top Controls and Indicators
⑫ LAN Connection Terminal
⑬ Power Cord Connector
⑭ Filters
⑮Adjustable Feet
⑭
✔Note:
⑫ LAN Connection Terminal is for the Network function.
Refer to the owner’s manual of “Network Set-up and
Operation” .
* Kensington Security Slot
⑮
This slot is for a Kensington lock used to deter theft of
the projector.
*Kensington is a registered trademark of ACCO Brands Corporation.
Part Names and Functions
Rear Terminal
①
②
⑩
③
⑨
① CONTROL PORT
When controlling the projector with RS-232C,
connect the control equipment to this connector with
the serial control cable.
② COMPUTER IN 1 / COMPONENT IN
Connect output signal from a computer, RGB scart
21-pin video output or component video output to
this terminal (pp.16,18).
③ MONITOR OUT
This terminal can be used to output the incoming
analog RGB signal and component signal from
COMPUTER IN 2 / DVI-I terminal or COMPUTER
IN 1/COMPONENT IN terminal to the other monitor
(pp.16,18).
④ COMPUTER IN 2 / DVI-I
Connect computer output (Digital/Analog DVI-I type)
to this terminal (pp.16,18).
⑤ LAN Connection Terminal
Connect the LAN cable (refer to the owner’s manual
“Network Set-up and Operation”).
⑤
④
⑧
⑦
⑥
⑦ AUDIO OUT (VARIABLE)
Connect an external audio amplifier to this jack
(pp.16-18).
This terminal outputs sound from AUDIO IN
terminal (⑧ or ⑨).
⑧ COMPUTER 1 / COMPUTER 2 AUDIO IN
Connect the audio output (stereo) from a
computer or video equipment connected to ②
or ④ to this jack. (16, 18)
⑨ AUDIO IN
Connect the audio output signal from video
equipment connected to ⑥ or ⑩ to this jack.
For a mono audio signal (a single audio jack),
connect it to the L (MONO) jack (p.17).
⑩ VIDEO IN
Connect the composite video output signal to
this jack (p.17).
⑥ S-VIDEO IN
Connect the S-VIDEO output signal from video
equipment to this jack (p.17).
Part Names and Functions
Top Control
⑨
⑤
⑧
④
⑦
③
②
⑥
①
① SELECT button
–Execute the selected item (p.23).
–Expand or compress the image in the Digital zoom
mode (p.38).
⑦ AUTO SETUP button
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Execute the setting of Auto setup (includes Input
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(pp.25, 47).
② POINT ed 7 8 (VOLUME +/–) buttons
–Select an item or adjust the value in the On-Screen
Menu (p.23).
–Pan the image in the Digital zoom +/- mode (p.38).
–Adjust the volume level (Point 7 8 buttons) (p.26).
⑧ WARNING indicator
–Lights red when the projector detects an abnormal
condition.
–Blinks red when the internal temperature of the
projector exceeds the operating range (pp.61, 72).
③ INPUT button
Select an input source (pp.29-30, 39-40).
④ ON/STAND–BY button
Turn the projector on or off (pp.20-22).
⑤ POWER indicator
–Lights red when the projector is in stand-by mode.
–Lights green during operations.
–Blinks green in the Power management mode
(pp.53, 72).
⑥ MENU button
Open or close the On-Screen Menu (p.23).
10
⑨ LAMP REPLACE indicator
Lights yellow when the projection lamp reaches its
end of life (pp.64, 72).
Part Names and Functions
Remote Control
① L-CLICK button
Act as the left mouse button for wireless mouse operation. (p.14)
② ON/STAND-BY button
Turn the projector on or off. (pp.20-22)
③ SIGNAL EMISSION indicator
Lights red while the laser beam is being emitted from the laser light window or a
signal is being sent from the remote control to the projector.
④ Laser Light window
A laser beam is emitted from here (p.12).
①
⑤ VIDEO button
Select the VIDEO input source. (p.39)
⑥ COMPUTER button
Select the COMPUTER input source. (pp.29-30,40)
④
⑦ INFO. button
Operate the information function. (p.60)
②
③
⑧KEYSTONE button
Correct keystone distortion. (pp.25, 48)
⑨ Point ed 7 8 ( VOLUME + / – ) buttons
–Select an item or adjust the value in the On-Screen Menu. (p.23)
–Pan the image in the Digital zoom +/- mode. (p.38)
–Adjust the volume level. (Point 7 8 buttons) (p.26)
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
㉕
⑩ MENU button
Open or close the On-Screen Menu. (p.23)
⑪ FREEZE button
Freeze the picture on the screen. (p.27)
⑫ LASER button
– Operate the Laser pointer function. Laser beam is emitted while pressing this
button within 1 minute. When using this laser pointer for more than 1 minute,
release the LASER button and press it again. (p.12)
– Display the Pointer on the screen. (p.12)
⑨
㉔
㉓
⑬ PAGE ed buttons
Scroll back and forth the pages on the screen when giving a presentation. To use
these buttons, connect the USB infrared receiver to the USB port of your
computer. (pp.9, 14)
⑩
㉒
⑭ LAMP button
Select a lamp mode. (pp.27, 54)
⑪
⑫
㉑
⑳
⑬
⑲
⑱
⑭
⑰
⑮
⑯
⑮ D.ZOOM ed buttons
Zoom in and out the images. (pp.27, 38)
⑯ RESET/ON/ALL-OFF switch
When using the remote control, set this switch to “ON.” Set it to “ALL OFF” for
power saving when it is not used. Slide this switch to "RESET" to initialize the
remote control code or switch Spotlight and Pointer to the Laser pointer function. (pp.12-13)
⑰ SCREEN button
Select a screen mode. (pp.28,37-38,45)
⑱ IMAGE button
Select the image mode. (pp.28,35,42)
⑲ MUTE button
Mute the sound. (p.26)
⑳ P-TIMER button
Operate the P-timer function. (p.28)
㉑NO SHOW button
✔ Note:
To ensure safe operation, please observe
the following precautions:
– Do not bend, drop, or expose the remote
control to moisture or heat.
– For cleaning, use a soft dry cloth. Do not
apply benzene, thinner, spray, or any
chemical material.
Temporarily turn off the image on the screen. (p.28)
㉒ R-CLICK button
Act as the right mouse button for wireless mouse operation. (p.14)
㉓ SELECT button
– Execute the selected item. (p.23)
– Expand or compress the image in Digital zoom mode. (p.38)
㉔ PRESENTATION POINTER button
Move a pointer of the projector or a pointer for wireless mouse operation. (pp.12-13)
㉕ AUTO SET button
Correct vertical keystone distortion and adjust the PC display parameters.
(pp.25, 47)
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Part Names and Functions
Remote Control Battery Installation
1
Open the battery
compartment lid.
2
Install new batteries
into the compartment.
3
Replace the
compartment lid.
Two AAA size batteries
For correct polarity
(+ and –), be sure
battery terminals are
in contact with pins in
compartment.
Press the lid
downward and slide it.
To ensure safe operation, please observe the following precautions :
●Use two (2) AAA or LR03 type alkaline batteries.
●Always replace batteries in sets.
●Do not use a new battery with a used battery.
●Avoid contact with water or liquid.
●Do not expose the remote control to moisture or heat.
●Do not drop the remote control.
●If the battery has leaked on the remote control, carefully wipe the case clean and install new batteries.
●Risk of an explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
●Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions or your local disposal rule or guidelines.
16.4'
(5 m)
Remote Control Operating Range
Point the remote control toward the projector (Infrared
Remote Receiver) when pressing the buttons. Maximum
operating range for the remote control is about 16.4'(5 m)
and 60 degrees in front of the projector.
30°
30°
Remote control
Remote Control Code
The eight different remote control codes (Code 1–Code 8) are assigned to this projector. Switching the remote
control codes prevents interference from other remote controls when several projectors or video equipment
next to each other are operated at the same time. Change the remote control code for the projector first before
changing that for the remote control. See "Remote control" in the Setting Menu on page 55.
1
While pressing the MENU button, press the IMAGE
button number of times corresponding to the remote
control code. See the list below.
2
To initialize the remote control code, slide the RESET/
ON/ALL-OFF switch to RESET, and then to ON. The
initial code is set to Code 1.
Code 1
Number of Times
Pressing IMAGE
Button
1
Code 2 2
Code 3
3
Code 4
4
Code 5
5
Code 6
6
Code 7
7
Code 8
8
Remote Control Code
12
While pressing the MENU
button, press the IMAGE
button number of times
corresponding to the remote
control code.
MENU button
IMAGE button
RESET/ON/ALLOFF switch
Part Names and Functions
Laser Pointer Function
This remote control emits a laser beam from the laser light window. Press the LASER button to activate the
laser pointer. The signal emission indicator lights red and the red laser beam is emitted. If the LASER button is
pressed for more than one minute or if it is released, the laser light goes off.
The laser emitted is a Class II laser. Do not look into the laser light window or point the laser beam at yourself or
other people. The following is the caution label for the laser beam.
CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure. Never look directly into the laser light window while a laser
is emitted, otherwise eye damage may result.
The caution label is put on the remote control.
Signal Emission Indicator
Laser Light Window
Pointer Function
You can move the Spotlight or Pointer of the projector with the remote control to emphasize a part of the
projected image. 1
Press and hold the MENU and NO SHOW buttons for
more than 5 seconds to activate the Pointer function.
(The Laser pointer has switched to the Pointer function.)
2
Press the LASER button on the remote control pointing
toward the projector. The Spotlight or Pointer is
displayed on the screen with the LASER button lighting
green. Then move the Spotlight or Pointer with the
PRESENTATION POINTER button. If the LASER button
does not light green and continues to emit a laser beam,
try the abovementioned procedure until the LASER
button lights green.
3
To clear the Spotlight or Pointer out the screen, press
the LASER button pointing toward the projector and see
if the LASER button lighting is turned off.
To switch to the Laser pointer again, press and hold the
NO SHOW and MENU buttons for more than 5 seconds
or slide the RESET/ON/ALL-OFF switch to RESET and
then to ON.
When you reset the Pointer function, the remote control
code will be reset, as well.
Spotlight
Pointer
PRESENTATION POINTER
button
MENU button
NO SHOW button
Press and hold the MENU
and NO SHOW buttons for
more than 5 seconds.
PRESENTATION POINTER
button
LASER button
After the Laser pointer has
switched to the Pointer, use
the LASER button as the
Pointer function ON-OFF
switch. Press the LASER
button pointing toward the
projector and see if it lights
green.
✔ Note:
You can choose the size of Spotlight (Large/Middle/
Small) and the pattern of Pointer (Arrow/Finger/Dot) in
the Setting Menu. See “Pointer” on page 55.
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Part Names and Functions
How to use the USB Infrared Receiver
The wireless mouse function is available when the USB infrared receiver is connected to the USB port of your
computer.
1
Connect the computer's monitor output
terminal to the projector's input terminal with
the VGA cable.
2
Connect the �����������������������������
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to the
USB port of your computer.
Remote Control
✔ Note:
•Some computer settings may have to be
changed in order for the mouse function to
be used. Refer to your computer's owner's
manual for details.
•The USB infrared receiver is effective
regardless of the remote control code.
VGA cable
USB Infrared Receiver
30°
16.4’(5 m)
30°
USB Infrared Receiver
Wireless Mouse Operation
The remote control can be used as a wireless mouse for your computer.
Before operating the wireless mouse, connect
the USB infrared receiver to the USB port of
your computer.
PRESENTATION POINTER
button
Move the pointer on the
screen with this button.
R-CLICK button
Act as right (click) mouse
button.
PAGE ed buttons
Scroll back and forth the pages
on the screen when giving a
presentation.
L-CLICK button
Act as left (click) mouse
button.
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Installation
Positioning the Projector
For projector positioning, see the figures below. The projector should be set perpendicularly to the plane of the
screen.
✔ Note:
•The brightness in the room has a great influence on picture quality. It is recommended to limit ambient
lighting in order to obtain the best image.
•All measurements are approximate and may vary from the actual sizes.
23.7’(7.23m)
15.8’(4.81m)
11.8’(3.6m)
186"
7.8’(2.39m)
2.3’(0.69m)
A
124"
93"
30"
62"
B
30"
2.3’(0.69m)
7.8’(2.39m)
11.8’(3.6m)
3.7’(1.14m)
12.7’(3.88m)
19.1’(5.83m)
15.8’(4.81m)
---
23.7’(7.23m)
---
Adjustable Feet
Projection angle can be adjusted up to 12.0 degrees with
the adjustable feet.
Lift the front of the projector and press the feet lock latches
on both side of the projector.
Release the feet lock latches to lock the adjustable feet and
rotate the adjustable feet to a proper height and tilt.
Keystone distortion can be adjusted automatically with the
Auto setup function or manually by using the remote control
or the menu operation (see pages 25, 47-48).
Feet Lock Latches
Adjustable Feet
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Installation
Connecting to a Computer
Cables used for connection
• VGA Cable (Mini D-sub 15 pin) *
• DVI-VGA Cable
• DVI Cable
• Audio Cables
(*One cable is supplied; other cables are not supplied with the projector.)
Audio Output
Monitor
Output Monitor Input Monitor Output
VGA
cable
VGA
cable
DVI
cable
External Audio Equipment
DVI
-VGA
cable Audio Input
Audio cable
(stereo)
COMPUTER MONITOR COMPUTER
IN 1
OUT
IN 2/ DVI-I
Audio cable (stereo)
AUDIO OUT
(stereo)
COMPUTER 1/
COMPUTER 2
AUDIO IN
✔ Note:
•Input sound to the COMPUTER1 /COMPUTER 2 AUDIO IN
terminals when using the COMPUTER IN 1/ COMPONENT IN
and the COMPUTER IN 2/DVI-Iterminals as input.
•When the AUDIO OUT is plugged-in, the projector's built-in
speaker is not available.
• When input RGB(PC digital) source to the MONITOR OUT
terminal, the MONITOR OUT terminal is not available. 16
Unplug the power cords of both the
projector and external equipment
from the AC outlet before connecting
cables.
Installation
Connecting to Video Equipment
Cables used for connection • Video and Audio Cable (RCA x 3)
• S-Video Cable
• Audio Cable
(Cables are not supplied with the projector. )
External Audio Equipment
Video and Audio Output
(Video) (L) (R)
Video and audio cable VIDEO AUDIO IN
Audio Input
S-Video Output
Audio cable (stereo)
S-Video cable AUDIO OUT (stereo)
✔Note:
When the AUDIO OUT is plugged-in, the projector's builtin speaker is not available.
S-VIDEO
Unplug the power cords of
both the projector and external
equipment from the AC outlet
before connecting cables.
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Installation
Connecting to Component Video Equipment
Cables used for connection
• Audio Cables
• Scart-VGA Cable
• VGA Cable • Component Cable
• Component-VGA Cable
(Cables are not supplied with this projector.) RGB Scart 21pin Output
Component Video Output
Monitor Input
(Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr)
Audio Output
Component
cable
Scart-VGA
cable
VGA cable
Audio cable
(stereo)
External Audio Equipment
ComponentVGA cable
Audio Input
COMPUTER IN 1/ COMPONENT IN
MONITOR OUTPUT
COMPUTER 1 /AUDIO IN
Audio cable
(stereo)
AUDIO OUT
(stereo)
✔ Note:
•When the AUDIO OUT is plugged-in, the projector's
built-in speaker is not available.
•See page 76 for ordering optional cables.
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Unplug the power cords of
both the projector and external
equipment from the AC outlet
before connecting cables.
Installation
Connecting the AC Power Cord
This projector uses nominal input voltages of 100-120 V or
200–240 V AC and it automatically selects the correct input
voltage. It is designed to work with single-phase power
systems having a grounded neutral conductor. To reduce
the risk of electrical shock, do not plug into any other type of
power system.
If you are not sure of the type of power being supplied,
consult your authorized dealer or service station.
Connect the projector with all peripheral equipment before
turning the projector on.
Connect the AC power cord (supplied) to the
projector.
CAUTION
The AC outlet must be near this equipment and must be
easily accessible.
✔ Note:
Unplug the AC power cord when the projector is not
in use. When this projector is connected to an outlet
with the AC power cord, it is in Stand-by mode and
consumes a little electric power.
NOTE ON THE POWER CORD
AC power cord must meet requirement of the country where you use the projector.
Confirm the AC plug type with the chart below and proper AC power cord must be used.
If supplied AC power cord does not match your AC outlet, contact your sales dealer.
Projector side
AC outlet side
For the U.S.A. and Canada
For Continental Europe
For the U.K.
Ground
To power cord
connector on your
projector.
To the AC outlet.
(120 V AC)
To the AC outlet.
(200 - 240 V AC)
To the AC outlet.
(200 - 240 V AC)
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Basic Operation
Turning On the Projector
1
Complete peripheral connections (with a computer,
VCR, etc.) before turning on the projector. 2
Connect the projector’s AC power cord into an AC
outlet. The POWER indicator lights red. Open the lens
cap (see pages 8, 63).
3
4
5
Press the ON/SYAND-BY button on the top control
or on the remote control. The POWER indicator
lights green and the cooling fans start to operate. The
preparation display appears on the screen and the
countdown starts.
After the countdown, the input source that was selected
the last time and the lamp control status icon (see page
54) appear on the screen.
If there is no signal input when start on the projector,
or the current signal is missed while operating the
projector, the Video/PC selection window will be
displayed on the screen, please move the pointer to
input source desired by pressing the Point ed buttons
and press the SELECT button. And then follow the
input signal guidance window to correct the signal and
connection.
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The preparation display will disappear
after 30 seconds.
Selected Input Source and Lamp Control
Video
Lamp control status
(See page 54 for Lamp control status.)
✔ Note:
The Filter warning and Lamp replacement
icons may appear on the screen depending on the usage state of the
projector.
Video / PC selection window
Project Video
If the projector is locked with a PIN code, PIN code input
dialog box will appear. Enter the PIN code as instructed
on the next page.
Project Computer
Cancel
Input signal guidance window
No signal
Current Input setting:Video
Is signal processed correctly? Is cable connected properly? Video / PC selection window
Project Video
✔ Note:
•When the Logo select function is set to Off, the logo will
not be shown on the screen (p.49).
•When Countdown off or Off is selected in the Display
function, the countdown will not be shown on the screen
(p.48).
•When the Input Search function is set to On2, the input
signal will be searched automatically (p.47).
• When Off is selected in the Display function, the Video/
PC selection window and the input signal guidance
window are not shown on the screen. (p.48)
Project Computer
Cancel
Input signal guidance window
No signal
Current Input setting:RGB
Is signal processed correctly? Is cable connected properly? 20
Basic Operation
Enter a PIN code
Use the Point ed buttons to enter a number. Press the
Point 8 button to fix the number and move the red frame
pointer to the next box. The number changes to “✳”. If you
fixed an incorrect number, use the Point 7 button to move
the pointer to the number you want to correct, and then
enter the correct number.
Repeat this step to complete entering a four-digit number.
After entering the four-digit number, move the pointer to Set.
Press the SELECT button so that you can start to operate
the projector.
PIN Code Input Dialog Box
After the OK icon disappears,
you can operate the projector. If you entered an incorrect PIN code, PIN code and the
number (✳✳✳✳) will turn red for a moment. Enter the
correct PIN code all over again.
What is PIN code?
PIN (Personal Identification Number) code is a security
code that allows the person who knows it to operate the
projector. Setting a PIN code prevents unauthorized use of
the projector.
A PIN code consists of a four-digit number. Refer to the PIN
code lock function in the Setting Menu on pages 56-57 for
locking operation of the projector with your PIN code.
✔ Note:
•If the PIN code number is not entered within three
minutes after the PIN code dialog box appeared, the
projector will be turned off automatically.
•The “1234” is set as the initial PIN code at the factory.
CAUTION ON HANDLING PIN CODE
If you forget your PIN code, the projector can no
longer be started. Take a special care in setting
a new PIN code; write down the number in a
column on page 79 of this manual and keep it
on hand. Should the PIN code be missing or
forgotten, consult your dealer or service center.
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Basic Operation
Turning Off the Projector
1
Press the ON/STAND-BY button on the top control or
on the remote control, and Power off? appears on the
screen.
2
Press the ON/STAND-BY button again to turn off the
projector. The POWER indicator starts to blink red, and
the cooling fans keep running. (You can select the level
of fans’ quietness and speed. See “Fan” on page 58.)
At this time, you can unplug the AC power cord even if
the fans are still running.
3
When the projector has cooled down enough, the
POWER indicator stops blinking and you can turn on
the projector.
TO MAINTAIN THE LIFE OF THE LAMP, ONCE
YOU TURN THE PROJECTOR ON, WAIT AT
LEAST FIVE MINUTES BEFORE TURNING IT
OFF.
DO NOT OPERATE THE PROJECTOR
CONTINUOUSLY WITHOUT REST.
CONTINUOUS USE MAY RESULT IN
SHORTENING THE LAMP LIFE. TURN OFF THE
PROJECTOR AND LET STAND FOR ABOUT AN
HOUR IN EVERY 24 HOURS.
✔ Note:
•When the On start function is set to On, the projector will
be turned on automatically by connecting the AC power
cord to an AC outlet (p.53).
•The running speed of cooling fans is changed according
to the temperature inside the projector.
•Do not put the projector in a case before the projector is
cooled enough.
•If the WARNING indicator blinks or lights red, see
“WARNING indicator” on page 61.
•While the POWER indicator is blinking, the lamp is being
cooled down and the projector cannot be turned on. Wait
until the POWER indicator stops blinking to turn on the
projector again.
•The fan rotation will terminate directly if the AC power
cord is unplugged immediately after the projector is
turned off.
•The projector can be turned on after the POWER
indicator turns red. The waiting time to restart will be
shortened when the normal power-off processing for fan
cooling is completed, compared with the time the AC
power cord is immediately unplugged after the poweroff.
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Power off? disappears after 4 seconds.
Basic Operation
How to Operate the On-Screen Menu
The projector can be adjusted or set via the On-Screen
Menu. The menus have a hierarchical structure, with
a main menu that is divided into submenus, which are
further divided into other submenus. For each adjustment
and setting procedure, refer to respective sections in this
manual.
1
Press the MENU button on the top control or the
remote control to display the On-Screen Menu.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to highlight or select a main
menu item. Press the Point 8 or the SELECT button
to access the submenu items. (The selected item is
highlighted in orange.)
3
Top Control
POINT buttons
(arrowhead)
SELECT button
MENU button
Remote Control
POINT buttons
(arrowhead)
Use the Point ed buttons to select the desired
submenu item and press the SELECT button to set or
access the selected item.
4
Use the Point ed7 8 buttons to adjust the setting or
switch between each option and press the SELECT
button to activate it and return to the submenu.
5
Press the Point 7 button to return to the main menu.
Press the MENU button to exit the On-Screen Menu.
SELECT button
MENU button
On-Screen Menu
Point
8 or SELECT
button
The currently set item is
check marked.
The selected item is
highlighted in orange.
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Basic Operation
Menu Bar
For detailed functions of each menu, see “Menu Tree” on pages 70-71.
Main Menu
Sub-Menu
①
RGB(PC digital)
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
① Input
Used to select an input source from Computer 1, Computer 2 ,Video or S-video . (pp.29-30,39-40).
② PC adjust
Select Auto PC adj., Fine sync, Total dots, Horizontal, Vertical, Clamp, Display area-H and Display area-V to adjust
the parameters to match with the PC input signal format (p.32-34).
③ Image select
For computer source, used to select an image mode from among Dynamic, Standard, Real, Blackboard(Green),
Colorboard and image 1 - 4 (p.35).
For Video source, used to select an image mode among Dynamic, Standard, Cinema, Blackboard(Green), Colorboard
and Image 1- 4 (p.42).
④ Image adjust
For computer source, used to adjust computer image [Contrast, Brightness, Color temp., White balance (R/G/B),
Sharpness and Gamma] (pp.36-37).
For Video source, used to adjust picture image [Contrast, Brightness, Color, Tint, Color temp., White balance (R/G/
B), Sharpness, Gamma, Noise reduction and Progressive] (pp.43-44).
⑤ Screen
For computer source, used to adjust size of the image [ Normal, True, Wide, Full, Custom and Digital zoom +/– ]
(pp.36-37).
For Video source, used to set size of image [Normal, Wide and Custom] (p.45).
⑥ Sound
Used to adjust the volume or mute the sound (p.26).
⑦ Setting
Used to set the projector’s operating configurations (pp.46-59).
⑧ Information
Display the input source information: Input , H-sync freq., V-sync freq., Screen, Language, Lamp status, Lamp
counter , Power management, Key lock, PIN code lock and Remote control (p.60).
⑨ Network
See the owner’s manual of “Network Set-up and Operation”.
⑩ Guide
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The key operation is displayed.
Basic Operation
Zoom and Focus Adjustment
Rotate the Zoom Ring to zoom in and out. Rotate the Focus Ring to adjust the focus of the image. Zoom Ring
Auto Setup Function
Auto setup function is provided to automatically execute the
setting of Auto setup (includes Input search, Auto PC adj.
and Auto Keystone functions) in the setting menu by just
pressing the AUTO SETUP button on the top control or the
AUTO SET button on the remote control. Refer to page 47
for the setting of the Auto setup function.
Focus Ring
Top Control
AUTO SETUP button
✔ Notes:
•Auto Keystone corrects vertical distortion only; it does
not correct horizontal distortion.
•Auto Keystone cannot work when Ceiling feature is set
to On in the Setting menu (p.52).
•Perfect correction of the image distortion cannot be
ensured with the Auto setup function. If the distortion
cannot be corrected properly by pressing the AUTO
SETUP or AUTO SET button, adjust manually by
pressing the KEYSTONE button on the remote control
or selecting Keystone in the Setting menu (p.48).
•Fine sync, Total dots, Horizontal and Vertical
position of some computers cannot be fully adjusted
with the Auto PC Adjustment function. When the image
is not provided properly with this operation, manual
adjustments are required (pp.33-34).
POINT ed buttons
Remote Control
KEYSTONE button
AUTO SET button
POINT ed buttons
Keystone Correction
If a projected picture still has keystone distortion after
pressing the AUTO SETUP button on the top control or the
AUTO SET button on the remote control, correct the image
manually as follows:
Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control. The
Keystone dialog box appears. Use the Point ed buttons to
correct keystone distortion. The keystone adjustment can be
stored (see page 48).
Reduce the upper width
with the Point e button.
Reduce the lower width
with the Point d button. •The white arrows indicate that there is no
correction.
•A red arrow indicates the direction of correction.
•An arrow disappears at the maximum correction.
•If you press the KEYSTONE button on the
remote control once more while the keystone
dialog box is being displayed, the keystone
adjustment will be canceled.
•The adjustable range is limited depending on the
input signal.
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Basic Operation
Sound Adjustment
Direct Operation
Top Control
Volume
VOLUME+/buttons
Press the VOLUME+/– buttons on the top control or on the
remote control to adjust the volume. The volume dialog box
appears on the screen for a few seconds.
Mute
Press the MUTE button on the remote control to select On
to temporarily turn off the sound. To turn the sound back
on, press the MUTE button again to select Off or press the
VOLUME +/– buttons. The Mute function is also effective for
the AUDIO OUT jack.
Remote Control
VOL- button
VOL+ button
Menu Operation
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen Menu.
Use the Point ed buttons to select Sound. Press the
Point 8 or the SELECT button to access the submenu
items.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to select the desired submenu
item and press the SELECT button to access the
selected item.
Volume
Press the VOLUME+ button to turn up the volume; press the VOLUME- button to turn down the volume.
MUTE button
Volume Dialog Box
Press the MUTE button to set the
Mute function On or Off. The dialog
box disappears after 4 seconds.
Sound Menu
Mute
Press the SELECT button to switch the mute function On/
Off. When the sound is turned off, On is displayed. Press
the VOLUME +/– buttons again to turn the sound back on.
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Approximate level
of the volume.
Basic Operation
Remote Control Operation
Using the remote control for some frequently used operations is advisable. Just pressing one of the buttons
enables you to make the desired operation quickly without calling up the On-Screen Menu.
COMPUTER and VIDEO buttons
Press the COMPUTER and VIDEO buttons on the remote
control to select the input source. See pages 29-30,39-40
for details.
FREEZE button
Remote Control
COMPUTER
button
INFO. button
Press the FREEZE button on the remote control to freeze
the picture on the screen. To cancel the Freeze function,
press the FREEZE button again or press any other button.
POINT ed buttons
FREEZE button INFO. button
Display the input source information: Input, H-sync freq.,
V-sync freq., Screen, Language, Lamp status, Lamp
counter, Power management, Keylock, PIN code lock
and Remote control (p.60).
D.ZOOM buttons
VIDEO button
D.ZOOM
buttons
LAMP
button
Press the D.ZOOM buttons on the remote control to enter to
the Digital zoom +/– mode. See page 38 for details.
LAMP button
Press the LAMP button on the remote control to select the
lamp mode for changing the brightness on the screen.
✔ Note:
See the next page for the description of other
buttons.
Normal........ Normal brightness
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consumption and extends the lamp life.
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Basic Operation
NO SHOW button
Press the NO SHOW button on the remote control to black out
the image. To restore to normal, press the NO SHOW button
again or press any other button. The screen changes each time
you press the NO SHOW button as follows.
black out ➜ normal ➜ black out ➜ normal
•••••
No show disappears after 4 seconds.
P-TIMER button
Press the P-TIMER button on the remote control. The P-Timer
display 00:00 appears on the screen and the countdown starts
(00:00–59:59).
To stop the countdown, press the P-TIMER button. To cancel
the P-Timer function, press the P-TIMER button again.
P-Timer display
IMAGE button
Press the IMAGE button on the remote control to select a
desired image mode of the screen. See pages 35, 42 for
details.
NO SHOW button
P-TIMER button
SCREEN button
IMAGE button
Select the screen size (See pages 37-38, 45 for details).
SCREEN button
✔ Note:
See the previous page for the description of
other buttons.
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Computer Input
Input Source Selection (RGB: Computer 1/Computer 2(Analog))
Direct Operation
Choose either Computer 1 or Computer 2 by pressing the INPUT button on the top control or press the
COMPUTER button on the remote control.
Before using these buttons, correct input source should be selected through Menu operation as described
below.
Top Control
Remote Control
INPUT button
COMPUTER button
Computer 1 ( RGB)
/(Component) / (Scart)
Computer 2 (PC digital) /
(AV HDCP) /
(Analog)
Computer 2 (PC digital) /
(AV HDCP) /
(Analog)
Menu Operation
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Input and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to select either Computer
1 or Computer 2 and then press the Point 8 button to
access the submenu items.
3
When Computer 1 is selected, use the Point ed
buttons to select RGB and then press the SELECT
button.
Computer 1 ( RGB)
/(Component) / (Scart)
Video
S-video
Input Menu
RGB(PC digital)
NTSC
When Computer 2 is selected, use the Point ed
buttons to select RGB(Analog) and then press the
SELECT button.
RGB(PC digital)
Computer
1
✔ Note:
When the Input Search function is set to On1 or On2 in
the Auto setup function, the input signal will be searched
automatically (p.47).
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Computer Input
Input Source Selection (RGB(PC digital), RGB(AV HDCP))
Direct Operation
Choose Computer 2 by pressing the INPUT button on the top control or press the COMPUTER button on the
remote control.
Before using these buttons, correct input source should be selected through Menu operation as described
below.
Remote Control
Top Control
COMPUTER button
Computer 1 ( RGB)
/(Component) / (Scart)
INPUT button
Computer 1 ( RGB)
/(Component) / (Scart)
Computer 2 (PC digital) /
(AV HDCP) /
(Analog)
Computer 2 (PC digital) /
(AV HDCP) /
(Analog)
Video
Menu Operation
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Input and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to select Computer 2 and
then press the Point 8 button.
3
Use the Point ed buttons to select RGB(PC digital)
or RGB(AV HDCP) and then press the SELECT
button.
S-video
RGB(PC digital)
NTSC
✔ Note:
• When the Input Search function is set to On1 or On2, the
input signal will be searched automatically (p.47).
• HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is
a system for protecting digital entertainment content
delivered by DVI (Digital Visual Interface) from being
copied. The specification of HDCP is decided and
controlled by Digital Content Protection, LLC. Should the
specification be changed, this projector may not display
the digital content protected by HDCP.
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Input Menu
Computer
2
Computer Input
Computer System Selection
This projector automatically tunes to various types of computers based on VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, WXGA
or UXGA with its Multi-scan system and Auto PC Adjustment. If a computer is selected as a signal source, this
projector automatically detects the signal format and tunes to project a proper image without any additional
settings. (Signal formats provided in this projector are shown on pages 73-74.)
One of the following messages may appear when:
Auto
The projector cannot recognize the connected
signal conforming to the provided PC Systems.
Auto is displayed on the System Menu box
and the Auto PC Adjustment function works
to display proper images. If the image is not
projected properly, a manual adjustment is
required (pp.33-34).
-----
There is no signal input from the computer.
Check the connection between your computer
and the projector. (See “Troubleshooting” on
p.67.)
Mode 1
The preset system is manually adjusted in the
PC adjust Menu. The adjusted data can be
stored in Mode 1–5 (pp.33-34).
SVGA 1
PC Systems provided in this projector is chosen. The projector chooses a proper system provided
in the projector and displays it. PC System Menu
RGB(PC digital)
The PC System Menu
Selected system is
displayed.
*Mode 1 and SVGA 1 are examples. Selecting Computer System Manually
PC system can also be selected manually.
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Input and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to select System and then
press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
3
Use the Point ed buttons to select the desired system
and then press the SELECT button.
PC System Menu
Customized Mode
(1–5) set in the
PC adjust Menu
(pp.33-34).
RGB(Computer 1)
Systems in this dialog box
can be selected.
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Computer Input
Auto PC Adjustment
Auto PC Adjustment function is provided to automatically adjust Fine sync, Total dots, Horizontal and Vertical
positions to conform to your computer.
Menu Operation
PC adjust Menu
Auto PC adj.
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select PC adjust
and then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to select Auto PC adj. and
then press the SELECT button.
To store adjustment parameters
The adjusted parameters from the Auto PC Adjustment can
be stored in the projector. Once the parameters are stored,
the setting can be done just by selecting a Mode (1–5) in
the PC System Menu (see page 31). See also “Store” on
page 34.
✔ Note:
•Fine sync, Total dots, Horizontal and Vertical
position of some computers cannot be fully adjusted
with the Auto PC Adjustment function. When the image
is not provided properly with this operation, manual
adjustments are required (pp.33-34).
•The Auto PC Adjustment cannot be operated when 480i,
575i, 480p, 575p, 720p,1035i or 1080i is selected in the
PC System Menu (p.31).
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Use Point ed buttons to select Auto PC
adj. and press the SELECT button.
Please wait... appears while the Auto PC
adjustment is in process.
Computer Input
Manual PC Adjustment
Some computers employ special signal formats which may not be tuned by Multi-scan system of this projector. Manual PC Adjustment enables you to precisely adjust several parameters to match those signal formats. The
projector has five independent memory areas to store those parameters manually adjusted. It allows you to
recall the setting for a specific computer.
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select PC adjust
and then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to select the desired item
and then press the SELECT button to display the
adjustment dialog box. Use the Point 7 8 buttons to
adjust the setting value.
PC adjust Menu
Fine sync
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the value, eliminating a
flicker from the image displayed (from 0 to 31).
Total dots
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the number of total dots
in one horizontal period to match your PC image.
Horizontal
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the horizontal picture
position.
Vertical
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the vertical picture
position.
Clamp
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the clamp level. When
the image has dark bars, try this adjustment.
Display area H
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the horizontal area
displayed by this projector.
Display area V
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the vertical area
displayed by this projector.
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Computer Input
Reset
Mode free
To reset the adjusted data, select Reset and press the Point
8 or the SELECT button. A confirmation box appears and
then select Yes. All adjustments will return to their previous
figures. Mode free
To clear the stored data, select Mode free and then press
the Point 8 or the SELECT button. Move the highlight to the
Mode that you want to clear and then press the SELECT
button.
This Mode has stored
parameters.
Store
To store the adjusted data, select Store and then press the
Point 8 or the SELECT button. Move the highlight to one of
the Modes 1 to 5 in which you want to store, and then press
the SELECT button.
Values of Total dots, Horizontal,
Vertical, Display area H, and
Display area V.
Store
Press MENU button
to close this dialog
box.
Vacant
Press SELECT button to
store adjusted data
✔ Note:
•Display area (H/V) cannot be selected when 480i, 575i, 480p, 575p, 720p, 1035i or 1080i is selected in the
PC System Menu (p.31).
• PC adjust Menu cannot be selected when Computer 2(PC digital) and Computer 2(AV HDCP) are selected in
the Input Menu (p.30).
• When input computer signal to the projector, PC adjust will become available.
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Computer Input
Image Mode Selection
Direct Operation
Select the desired image mode among Dynamic, Standard,
Real, Blackboard (Green), Colorboard, Image 1, Image 2,
Image 3 and Image 4 by pressing the IMAGE button on the
remote control.
Remote Control
IMAGE button
Dynamic
Standard
Real
IMAGE button
Blackboard(Green)
Colorboard
Image 1
Image 2
Menu Operation
1
2
Image 3
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen Menu.
Use the Point ed buttons to select Image select and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
Image 4
Use the Point ed buttons to select the desired item
and then press the SELECT button.
Dynamic
For viewing pictures in a bright room.
Image select Menu
Standard
Normal picture mode preset on the projector.
Real
Picture mode with improved halftone for graphics.
Blackboard (Green)
For the image projected on a blackboard.
This mode helps enhance the image projected on a
blackboard. This is mainly effective on a green colored
board, not truly effective on a black colored board.
Colorboard
At the time of simple projection on the colored wall, you
can get the close color image to the color image projected
on a white screen by selecting the similar color to the wall
color from the preset four colors.
Image 1–4
For viewing with the user preset image mode in the Image
Adjust Menu (see pages 36-37). This Image memory is
provided in each computer, component, S-video and video
input source.
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Computer Input
Image Adjustment
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Image
adjust and then press the Point 8 or the SELECT
button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons select the desired item
and then press the SELECT button to display the
adjustment dialog box. Use the Point 7 8 buttons to
adjust the setting value.
Image Adjust Menu
Contrast
Press the Point 7 button to decrease the contrast; press the
Point 8 button to increase the contrast (from 0 to 63).
Brightness
Selected Image mode
Press the Point 7 button to decrease the brightness; press the Point 8 button to increase the brightness (from 0 to 63).
Color temp.
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to select the desired Color temp.
level (XLow, Low, Mid, or High).
White balance (Red)
Press the Point 7 button to lighten red tone; press the Point
8 button to deepen red tone (from 0 to 63).
White balance (Green)
Use the Point 7 8
buttons to adjust the
setting value.
Press the Point 7 button to lighten green tone; press the
Point 8 button to deepen green tone (from 0 to 63).
White balance (Blue)
Press the Point 7 button to lighten blue tone; press the
Point 8 button to deepen blue tone (from 0 to 63).
Sharpness
Press the Point 7 button to decrease the sharpness of the
image; press the Point 8 button to increase the sharpness
of the image (from 0 to 15).
Gamma
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the gamma value to
obtain a better balance of contrast (from 0 to 15).
Reset
To reset the adjusted data, select Reset and press the
SELECT button. A confirmation box appears and then select
Yes. All adjustments will return to their previous figures.
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✔ Note:
• When White balance Red, Green or Blue is adjusted, Color temp. will change to User.
• When Blackboard(Green) or Colorboard is selected in Image select, Color temp. will change to Blackboard or Colorboard.
Computer Input
Store
To store the adjusted data, select Store and press the Point
8 or the SELECT button. Use the Point ed buttons to select
one from Image 1 to 4 and press the SELECT button.
A confirmation box appears and then select Yes. Stored
data can be called up by selecting an Image (1–4) in the
Image Mode Selection on page 35.
A confirmation box appears and
then select Yes.
Screen Size Adjustment
This projector has the picture screen resize function, which
enables you to customize the image size.
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Screen and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons select the desired item and
then press the SELECT button .
Screen Menu
Normal
Provide the image to fit the screen size.
True
Provide the image in its original size. When the original image size is larger or smaller than the screen size
(1024 x 768), the projector enters to the panning mode automatically. Use the Point ed7 8 buttons to pan the
image. When adjusted, the arrows will turn red. When
reached to the correction limits, the arrows will disappear.
Wide
Provide the image to fit the wide video aspect ratio (16:9) by
expanding the image width uniformly. This function can be
used for providing a squeezed video signal at 16:9.
Full
Provide the full screen image.
✔ Note:
•The Screen Menu, except for Normal and Custom, cannot be operated when 720p(HDTV), 1035i (HDTV),
or 1080i (HDTV) is selected in the PC System Menu (p.31).
•This projector cannot display any resolution higher than 1600 x 1200. If your computer’s screen resolution is
higher than it, reset the resolution to the lower before connecting to the projector.
•The image data in other than 1024 x 768 is modified to fit the screen size in initial mode.
•True, Full, and Digital zoom +/– cannot be selected when 480i, 575i, 480p or 575p is selected in the PC
System Menu (p.31).
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Computer Input
Custom
Adjust the screen scale and position manually with this
function.
Press the Point 8 button at Custom and the Custom is
displayed on the screen, you can use the Point ed buttons
to choose the item you want to adjust.
Scale H/V........... Adjust the Horizontal/Vertical screen
scale.
H&V.................... When set to On, the aspect ratio is
fixed. The Scale V appears dimmed and
becomes unavailable. Adjust Scale H,
then the screen scale is automatically
modified based on the aspect ratio.
Position H/V...... Adjust the Horizontal/Vertical screen
position.
Common............ Save the adjusted scale or position to all
the inputs. Press the SELECT button at
Common to display a confirmation box.
To save the scale or position, press the
SELECT button at Yes. When Custom
is selected, the saved scale or position is
used.
Reset.................. Reset the all adjusted values. Press
the SELECT button at Reset to display
a confirmation box. To reset, press the
SELECT button at Yes.
For zooming in and out the images
✔ Note:
•When no signal is detected, Normal is set
automatically and the Aspect dialog box
disappears.
•The adjustable range for Scale H/V and
Position H/V is limited depending on the
input signal.
Remote Control
POINT buttons
Digital zoom +
Select Digital zoom +. The On-Screen Menu disappears and
D. zoom + appears. Press the SELECT button to expand the
image size. Use the Point ed7 8 buttons to pan the image.
The Panning function can work only when the image is larger
than the screen size.
A projected image can be also expanded by pressing the
D.ZOOM e or the SELECT button on the remote control.
Digital zoom –
Select Digital zoom –. The On-Screen Menu disappears and
D. zoom – appears. Press the SELECT button to compress
image size.
The projected image can be also compressed by pressing the
D.ZOOM d or the SELECT button on the remote control. To exit the Digital zoom +/– mode, press any button except
the D.ZOOM ed buttons, SELECT and Point buttons.
To return to the previous screen size, select a screen size
from the Screen Size Adjustment Menu or select an input
source from the Input Source Selection Menu (see pages
29-30) again, or adjust the screen size with the D.ZOOM ed buttons.
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SELECT button
D.ZOOM + button
D.ZOOM - button
✔ Note:
•The panning function may not operate
properly if the stored Mode in the PC
adjust Menu is used (p.34).
• The minimum compression ratio is limited
depending on the input signal, when the
Keystone function is working or when the
custom is selected for the screen size.
• True, Full, and Digital zoom +/– cannot
be selected when 480i, 575i, 480p or
575p is selected in the PC System Menu
(p.31).
•Digital zoom +/- cannot be selected
when Full or True is selected.
• When Custom is selected, the Digital
zoom - function is disabled.
Video Input
Input Source Selection (Video, S-video)
Direct Operation
Choose Video or S-video by pressing the INPUT button on
the top control or the VIDEO button on the remote control.
Before using these buttons, correct input source should be
selected through menu operation as described below.
Top Control
INPUT button
Computer 1 ( RGB)
/(Component) / (Scart)
Computer 2 (PC digital) /
(AV HDCP) /
(Analog)
Video
S-video
Remote Control
VIDEO button
Video
S-video
Menu Operation
1
2
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Input and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
Input Menu
RGB(PC digital)
Use the Point ed buttons to select either Video or
S-video and then press the SELECT button.
Video
When video input signal is connected to the
VIDEO jack, select Video.
S-video
When video input signal is connected to the SVIDEO jack, select S-video.
✔ Note:
When the Input Search function is set to On1 or On2 in
the Auto setup function, the input signal will be searched
automatically (p.47).
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Video Input
Input Source Selection (Component, RGB Scart 21-pin)
Direct Operation
Choose Computer 1(Component) or Computer 1(Scart) by pressing the INPUT button on the top control or
press the COMPUTER button on the remote control.
Before using these buttons, correct input source should be selected through Menu operation as described
below.
Remote Control
Top Control
COMPUTER button
INPUT button
Computer 1 ( RGB)
/(Component) / (Scart)
Computer 2 (PC digital) /
(AV HDCP) /
(Analog)
Computer 2 (PC digital) /
(AV HDCP) /
(Analog)
Menu Operation
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Input and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to select Computer 1 and
then press the Point 8 button.
3
Use the Point ed buttons to select Component or
RGB(Scart) and then press the SELECT button.
Component
RGB (Scart)
When the input source is coming from video
equipment connected to the COMPUTER
IN 1/COMPONENT IN terminal with a
Component-VGA Cable, select Component.
When the input source is coming from video
equipment connected to the COMPUTER
IN 1/COMPONENT IN terminal with a ScartVGA Cable, select RGB (Scart).
✔ Note:
When the Input Search function is set to On1 or On2,
the input signal will be searched automatically (p.47).
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Computer 1 ( RGB)
/(Component) / (Scart)
Video
S-video
Input Menu
RGB(PC digital)
RGB(PC digital)
Video Input
Video System Selection
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Input and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT buttons.
2
Use the Point ed buttons to select Video or S-video
or Computer 1(Component) and then press the
SELECT button.
3
Use the Point ed buttons to select System and then
press the Point 8 or the SELECT button. Use the Point
ed buttons to select the desired system and then
press the SELECT button.
AV System Menu (Video or S-video)
RGB(PC digital)
Video or S-video
Auto
The projector automatically detects an incoming video
system, and adjusts itself to optimize its performance.
When Video System is PAL-M or PAL-N, select the system
manually.
PAL/SECAM/NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N
If the projector cannot reproduce proper video image,
select a specific broadcast signal format from among PAL,
SECAM, NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL-M, and PAL-N.
Component
Auto
The projector automatically detects an incoming video
signal, and adjusts itself to optimize its performance.
AV System Menu (Component)
COMPONENT VIDEO SIGNAL FORMAT
If the projector cannot reproduce proper video image, select
a specific component video signal format from among 480i,
575i, 480p, 575p, 720p, 1035i, and 1080i.
Component
✔Note:
The AV System Menu cannot be selected when selecting
RGB (Scart).
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Video Input
Image Mode Selection
Direct Operation
Remote Control
Select the desired image mode among Dynamic, Standard,
Cinema, Blackboard (Green), Colorboard, Image 1,
Image 2, Image 3 and Image 4 by pressing the IMAGE
button on the remote control.
IMAGE button
Dynamic
Standard
Cinema
Menu Operation
1
2
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen Menu.
Use the Point ed buttons to select Image select and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
IMAGE button
Blackboard (Green)
Colorboard
Use the Point ed buttons to select the desired item
and then press the SELECT button .
Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Dynamic
For viewing pictures in a bright room.
Standard
Normal picture mode preset on the projector.
Cinema
Picture mode adjusted with fine tone.
Blackboard (Green)
For the image projected on a blackboard.
This mode help enhance the image projected on a
blackboard. This is mainly effective on a green colored
board, not truly effective on a black colored board.
Colorboard
At the time of simple projection on the colored wall, you
can get the close color image to the color image projected
on a white screen by selecting the similar color to the wall
color from the preset four colors.
Image 1–4
For viewing with the user preset image mode in the Image
Adjust Menu (see pages 43-44). This Image memory is
provided in each computer, scart, component, S-video and
video input source.
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Image select Menu
Video Input
Image Adjustment
1
2
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Image
adjust and then press the Point 8 or the SELECT
button.
Image Adjust Menu
Use the Point ed buttons select the desired item
and then press the SELECT button to display the
adjustment dialog box. Use the Point 7 8 buttons to
adjust the setting value.
Reset
Contrast
Press the Point 7 button to decrease the contrast; press the
Point 8 button to increase the contrast (from 0 to 63).
Store
Selected Image mode
Brightness
Press the Point 7 button to decrease the brightness; press the Point 8 button to increase the brightness (from 0 to 63).
Color
Press the Point 7 button decrease the intensity of the color;
press the Point 8 button increase the intensity of the color
(from 0 to 63).
Reset
Store
Tint
Press the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the tint value to get a
proper color balance (from 0 to 63).
Use the Point 7 8
buttons to adjust the
setting value.
Color temp.
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to select the desired Color temp.
level (High, Mid, Low, or XLow).
White balance (Red)
Press the Point 7 button to lighten red tone; press the Point
8 button to deepen red tone (from 0 to 63).
White balance (Green)
Press the Point 7 button to lighten green tone; press the
Point 8 button to deepen green tone (from 0 to 63).
White balance (Blue)
Press the Point 7 button to lighten blue tone; press the
Point 8 button to deepen blue tone (from 0 to 63).
✔ Note:
•When the White balance Red, Green or Blue is adjusted, the Color temp. level will change to User.
•Tint cannot be selected when the video system is PAL, SECAM, PAL-M or PAL-N (p.41).
•When Blackboard(Green) or Colorboard is selected in Image select, Color temp. will change to Blackboard or Colorboard.
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Video Input
Sharpness
Press the Point 7 button to decrease the sharpness of the
image; press the Point 8 button to increase the sharpness
of the image (from 0 to 15).
Gamma
Use the Point 7 8 buttons to adjust the gamma value to
obtain a better balance of contrast (from 0 to 15).
Noise reduction
Noise interference on the screen can be reduced. Select
one of the following options to get smoother images.
Off...........Disabled.
L1...........Lower reduction
L2...........Higher reduction
Progressive
An interlaced video signal can be displayed in progressive
mode. Select one of the following options.
Off...........Disabled.
L1...........For an active picture.
L2...........For a still picture.
Film.........For watching a film. With this function, the
projector reproduces pictures faithful to the
original film quality.
Reset
Store Menu
To reset the adjusted data, select Reset and press the
SELECT button. A confirmation box appears and then select
Yes. All adjustments will return to their previous figures.
Store
To store the adjusted data, select Store and press the Point
8 or the SELECT button. Use the Point ed buttons to select
one from Image 1 to 4 and press the SELECT button.
A confirmation box appears and then select Yes. Stored
data can be called up by selecting an Image (1–4) in the
Image Mode Selection on page 42.
✔ Note:
Noise reduction and Progressive cannot be selected
when 480p, 575p, 720p, 1035i or 1080i is selected
(p.41).
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A confirmation box
appears and then
select Yes.
Video Input
Screen Size Adjustment
This projector has the picture screen resize function, which enables you to customize the image size.
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select Screen and
then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button.
2
Use the Point ed buttons select the desired item and
then press the SELECT button.
Screen Menu
Normal
Provide the image at the 4:3 normal video aspect ratio.
Wide
Provide the image at the 16:9 wide screen ratio.
Custom
Adjust the screen scale and position manually with this
function.
Press the Point 8 button at Custom and the Custom is
displayed on the screen, you can use the Point ed buttons
to choose the item you want to adjust.
Scale H/V........... Adjust the Horizontal/Vertical screen
scale.
H&V.................... When set to On, the aspect ratio is
fixed. The Scale V appears dimmed and
becomes unavailable. Adjust the Scale
H, then the screen scale is automatically
modified based on the aspect ratio.
Position H/V.....Adjust the Horizontal/Vertical screen
position.
Common............ Save the adjusted scale or position to all
the inputs. Press the SELECT button at
Common to display a confirmation box.
To save the scale or position, press the
SELECT button at Yes. When Custom
is selected, the saved scale or position is
used.
Reset.................. Reset the all adjusted values. Press
the SELECT button at Reset to display
a confirmation box. To reset, press the
SELECT button at Yes.
✔ Note:
•When no signal is detected, Normal is set
automatically and the Aspect dialog box
disappears.
•The adjustable range for Scale H/V and
Position H/V is limited depending on the
input signal.
•Wide cannot be operated when 720p,
1035i or 1080i is selected in the AV
System Menu (p.41).
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Setting
Setting
This projector has a Setting menu that allows you to set up
the other various functions described below.
1
2
3
Setting Menu
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Press the Point ed buttons to select Setting
and press the Point 8 or the SELECT button to access
the submenu items.
Use the Point ed buttons to select the desired item
and then press the Point 8 or the SELECT button to
access the selected item.
Closed caption
Use the Point ed buttons select the desired item and
then press the SELECT button.
Language
Language
The language used in the On-Screen Menu is available in
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese,
Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian,
Russian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Thai.
Closed caption
Menu position
This function is used to change the position of the
On-Screen Menu. Select Menu position and press the
SELECT button. The Menu position screen appears.
The Menu position changes each time you press SELECT
button as follows.
the top left ➜ the top right ➜ the center ➜ the bottom left
➜ the bottom right ➜ the top left ➜.....
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Setting
Auto setup
This function enables Input search, Auto Keystone correction
and Auto PC adjustment by pressing the AUTO SETUP button
on the top control or the AUTO SET button on the remote
control. Settings for those functions can be altered as follows:
Auto setup
Input search
This function detects the input signal automatically. When
a signal is found, the search will stop. Use the Point ed
buttons to select one of the following options.
Off............Input search will not work.
On1..........Input search works under the following situation.
–When pressing the AUTO SETUP button on
the top control.
–When pressing the AUTO SET button on the
remote control.
On2..........Input search works under the following situation.
–When turning on the projector by pressing the
ON/STAND-BY button on the top control or the
remote control.
–When pressing the AUTO SET button on the
remote control.
–When pressing the AUTO SETUP button on
the top control.
– When the current input signal is cut off.*
* If the No show or Freeze function is active, cancel it to
activate the Input search. It is also unavailable when OnScreen menu is displayed.
Auto PC adj.
Closed caption
On . . . . . . . Enables Auto PC Adjustment when pressing the AUTO SET button on the remote control or
the AUTO SETUP button on the top control.
Off . . . . . . . Disables Auto PC Adjustment.
Auto Keystone
Auto . . . . . . Always works and corrects keystone distortion
according to the projector's tilt.
Manual . . . Works only when pressing the AUTO SETUP
button on the top control or the AUTO SET
button on the remote control.
Off . . . . . . . Disables Auto Keystone.
✔ Note:
•While Input search is set to On1 or On2, the status of Input
and Lamp are displayed every time the signal is switched.
•Only the last selected input source can be detected.
•During Input search is in progress, if the INPUT button on the
top control or the COMPUTER button or VIDEO button on the
remote control is pressed, Input search will stop. If the INPUT
button is pressed, the Input search will go back to the current
seach signal. If the COMPUTER button or VIDEO button is
pressed, Input search will go back to the button's input signal.
•Input search, Auto PC adj. and Auto Keystone cannot be
set Off at the same time.
✔ Note:
•Auto Keystone corrects vertical distortion only,
not correct horizontal distortion.
•The Auto Keystone function cannot work when
the Ceiling feature is set On in the Setting menu
(p.52).
•Perfect correction of the image distortion cannot
be ensured with the Auto setup function. If the
distortion is not corrected properly by pressing the
AUTO SETUP or the AUTO SET button, adjust
manually by pressing the KEYSTONE button on
the remote control or selecting Keystone in the
Setting menu (pp.25, 48).
•Fine sync, Total dots, Horizontal and Vertical
position of some computers cannot be fully
adjusted with the Auto PC Adjustment function.
When the image is not provided properly with
this operation, manual adjustments are required
(pp.33-34).
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Setting
Keystone
This function is used to store or reset the keystone
correction when the AC power cord is unplugged.
Keystone
Store........ Keep the keystone correction even when the
AC power cord is unplugged.
Reset........ Release the keystone correction when the AC
power cord is unplugged.
To correct keystone distortion, press the SELECT button.
Keystone appears on the screen. Use the Point ed buttons to correct keystone distortion (p.25).
Background
Select the background screen for when no input signal is
detected. Press the Point ed buttons to switch between
each option.
Blue . . . Project a blue background
User . . Project an image selected in the Logo setting.
Black . . Project a black background
Display
This function decides whether to display On-Screen
Displays.
On............................ Show all the On-Screen displays. Use
this function when you want to project
images after the lamp becomes bright
enough. The factory default setting is
in this option.
Countdown Off....... Show the input image instead of
the countdown when turning on the
projector. Use this function when you
want to project the image as early as
possible even when the lamp is not
bright enough.
Off............................ Hide the On-Screen Displays except;
● On-Screen Menu
● Power off? (p.22)
● P-Timer.
● No signal for Power management (p.53)
● Please wait ...
● Arrows for the True function in the Screen Menu (p.37)
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Closed caption
Setting
Logo (Logo and Logo PIN code lock settings)
This function allows you to customize the screen logo with
Logo select, capture, Logo PIN code lock and Logo PIN
code change functions.
✔ Note:
When On is selected in the Logo PIN code lock function,
Logo select and Capture functions cannot be selected.
Logo select
Closed caption
Logo select
This function decides on the starting-up display from
among following options.
User......... Show the image you captured. Default..... Show the factory-set logo.
Off............ Show the countdown display only.
Off
Off
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Setting
Capture
This function enables you to capture an image being
projected to use it for a starting-up display or interval of
presentations.
Capture
Off
Select Capture and press the SELECT button. A confirmation box appears and select Yes to capture the
projected image.
After capturing the projected image, go to the Logo select
function and set it to User. Then the captured image will be
displayed the next time you turn on the projector.
To cancel the capture function, select Yes in the "Quit?"
confirmation box.
✔ Note:
•Before capturing an image, select Standard in the
Image select Menu to capture a proper image (pp.35,
42).
•A signal from a computer can be captured up to XGA
(1024 x 768). A signal from video equipment can be
captured except for 720p, 1035i, and 1080i.
•When capturing the image that has been adjusted by
the Keystone function, the adjusted data is automatically
reset and the projector captures an image without
keystone correction.
•When Logo PIN code lock is set to On, capture cannot
be selected. •When starting to capture a new image, the previously
stored image is cleared even if you cancel the capturing.
•When there is no captured image or it is interrupted
while capturing an image, User cannot be selected, you
can only switch between Default and Off.
Logo PIN code lock
This function prevents an unauthorized person from
changing the screen logo.
Off............. The screen logo can be changed freely from
the Logo Menu (p.49).
On............. The screen logo cannot be changed without a
Logo PIN code.
If you want to change the Logo PIN code lock setting,
press the SELECT button and the Logo PIN code dialog
box appears. Enter a Logo PIN code by following the steps
below. The initial Logo PIN code is set to “4321” at the
factory.
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Quit? Quit?
Logo PIN code lock
Off
Setting
Enter a Logo PIN code
Use the Point ed buttons to enter a number. Press the
Point 8 button to fix the number and move the red frame
pointer to the next box. The number changes to “✳”. If
you fixed an incorrect number, use the Point 7 button to
move the pointer to the number you want to correct, and
then enter the correct number.
Repeat this step to complete entering a four-digit
number.
After entering the four-digit number, move the pointer to
Set. Press the SELECT button so that you can start to
operate the projector.
Enter a Logo PIN code
After a correct Logo PIN code
is entered, the following dialog
box appears.
Change the Logo PIN code lock setting
Off
If you entered an incorrect Logo PIN code, Logo
PIN code and the number (✳✳✳✳) will turn red for a
moment. Enter the correct Logo PIN code all over again.
Select
Change the Logo PIN code lock setting
Use the Point ed buttons to switch On or Off, and then
press the SELECT button to make a chioce.
Change the Logo PIN code
Logo PIN code change
Logo PIN code can be changed to your desired four-digit
number. Press the SELECT button to select Logo PIN
code change. Logo PIN code dialog box appears, use
the Point ed buttons to enter the correct code. The New
Logo PIN code input dialog box appears. Set a new Logo
PIN code, confirmation box appears, choose Yes to set
the new Logo PIN code.
Be sure to note the new Logo PIN code and keep it on
hand. If you lost the number, you could no longer change
the Logo PIN code setting.
caution:
wheN you have changed THE LOGO PIn code,
write down the new pin code in column of the LOGO pin code no. memo on page 79, and keep it securely. should the LOGO pin code be lost or forgotten, the LOGO pin code setting can no longer be changed.
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Setting
Ceiling
Ceiling
When this function is set to On, the picture will be top/
bottom and left/right reversed. This function is used to
project the image from a ceiling-mounted projector.
Rear
When this function is set to On, the picture will be left/right
reversed. This function is used to project the image from
rear of the screen.
Closed Caption
Closed Caption is a function that displays the audio portion
of a TV program as text on the screen����������������������
. If the input signal
contains closed captions, you can turn on the feature and
switch the channels. Press the Point ed buttons to select
Off, CC1, CC2, CC3 or CC4. If the closed caption is not clear, you can change the text
from Color to White.
✔ Note:
The Closed Caption is available only under the situation
below�.
• When
����������������������������
the input signal is NTSC of composite and S-video, and the system is set according to the signal or set on Auto. • The system must be set on NTSC or Auto in Video System Selection. (p.39)
• The item of Closed Caption is displayed in gray while it
is not available.
• The Closed caption is unavailable when On-Screen
menu and P-Timer are displayed.
Rear
Closed Caption
Closed caption
more...
Press the Point ed buttons to select Off, CC1, CC2, CC3 or
CC4, and then Press SELECT button.
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Setting
Power management
For reducing power consumption as well as maintaining
the lamp life, the Power management function turns off the
projection lamp when the projector is not operated for a
certain period.
Select one of the following options:
Ready................ When the lamp has been fully cooled
down, the POWER indicator changes
to green blinking. In this condition,
the projection lamp will be turned on if
the input signal is reconnected or any
button on the top control or remote
control is pressed.
Shut down........ When the lamp has been fully cooled
down, the power will be turned off.
Off..................... Power management function is off.
Timer................. If the input signal is interrupted and
no button is pressed for more than
30 seconds, the timer display with
No signal appears. It starts the
countdown until the lamp is turned off.
Use the Point ed buttons to set the
Timer(1~30min).
Power management
Time left before Lamp is off.
✔ Note:
Factory default is Ready: 5 min.
On start
When this function is set to On, the projector will be
automatically turned on just by connecting the AC power
cord to a wall outlet.
✔ Note:
Be sure to turn off the projector properly (see “Turning
Off the Projector” on page 22). If the projector is turned
off in the incorrect sequence, the On start function does
not work properly.
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Setting
Standby mode
This function is available when operating the projector via
network.
Normal....... Supply the power to the network function even
after turning off the projector. You can turn on/
off the projector via network, modify network
environment, and receive an e-mail about
projector status while the projector is powered
off.
Eco............. Select Eco when you do not use the projector
via network. The projector’s network function
will stop when turning off the projector.
Refer to the owner’s manual “Network Set-up and
Operation”.
✔ Note:
•Factory default is Eco.
•When selecting Normal, the cooling fans may be running
depending on the temperature inside the projector even if
the projector is turned off.
Lamp control
Lamp control
This function allows you to change brightness of the
screen.
Normal....... Normal brightness
Eco������������ Lower brightness reduces the lamp
power consumption and extends the
lamp life.
Lamp life control
Select the lamp operation when the total lighting time of a
lamp exceeds the recommended total hours of use.
Mode 1............... The lamp can be turned on even after
exceeding the recommended total
hours of use.
Mode 2............... The lamp can be turned on even after
exceeding the recommended total
hours of use. But the projector turns off
automatically after 3 minutes.
✔ Note:
• Lamp mode cannot be changed for a while after turning
on the projector. Lamp needs some time to stabilize
after the power is turned on. Stored lamp mode will be
active after the lamp is stabilized.
• If Mode 2 has been selected and the projection lamp
exceedes the recommended total hours of use, the
replacement icon will be displayed at the time of power on. Then the projector will turn off after 3 minutes.
Lamp replacement icon
• The Lamp replacement icon will not appear when the
Display function is set to Off (p.48), during Freeze
(p.27), or No show (p.28).
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Lamp life control
Setting
Pointer
You can emphasize a part of the projected image with this
function. Use the Point ed buttons to choose Spotlight
(Large, Middle or Small) , Arrow, Finger or Dot and press
the SELECT button. See "Pointer Function" on page 13.
Pointer
Arrow
Remote control
The eight different remote control codes (Code 1–Code 8)
are assigned to the projector; the factory-set, initial code
(Code 1) and the other seven codes (Code 2 to Code 8).
The same code should set on both the projector and the
remote control. For example, operating the projector in
Code 7, the remote control code also must be switched to
Code 7.
To change the code for the projector
Select a remote control code in this Setting Menu.
To change the code for the remote control:
While holding down the MENU button, press the IMAGE
button the number of times corresponding to the remote
control code for the projector. See “Remote Control Code”
on page 12.
Remote control
✔ Note:
•When different codes are set on the projector and on the remote control, any operation cannot be made. In that
case, switch the code on the remote control to fit the code on the projector.
• If the batteries are removed from the remote control for a long period of time, the remote control code will be reset.
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Setting
Security(KeylockandPINcodelock)
Keylock
ThisfunctionallowsyoutousetheKeylockandPINcode
lockfunctiontosetthesecurityfortheprojectoroperation.
Keylock
Thisfunctionlocksthetopcontrolandremotecontrol
buttonstopreventoperationbyunauthorizedpersons.
SelectKeylockandthenpresstheSELECTbutton,and
selectthedesireditembypressingthePointedbuttons.
..... Unlocked.
..... Locktheoperationofthetopcontrol.To
unlock,usetheremotecontrol.
..... Locktheoperationoftheremotecontrol.
Tounlock,usethetopcontrol.
Ifthetopcontrolaccidentallybecomeslockedandyoudo
nothavetheremotecontrolnearbyorthereissomething
wrongwithyourremotecontrol,contactthedealerwhere
youpurchasedtheprojectorortheservicecenter.
PINcodelock
Thisfunctionpreventstheprojectorfrombeingoperated
byunauthorizedpersonsandprovidesthefollowing
settingoptionsforsecurity.
Off........... Unlocked.
On1......... EnterthePINcodeeverytimeturningon
theprojector.
On......... EnterthePINcodetooperatetheprojector
oncethepowercordisdisconnected;as
longastheACpowercordisconnected,
theprojectorcanbeoperatedwithouta
PINcode.
WheneveryouchangethePINcodelocksettingorthe
PINcode(thefour-digitnumber),youarerequiredto
enterthePINcode.The“1234”issetastheinitialPIN
codeatthefactory.
IfyouwanttochangethePINcodelocksetting,Press
theSELECTbuttonandthePINcodedialogbox
appears.
WhentheprojectorislockedwiththePINcode,the
Securityiconappearsontheguide.
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PINcodelock
Setting
Enter a PIN code
Use the Point ed buttons to enter a number. Press the
Point 8 button to fix the number and move the red frame
pointer to the next box. The number changes to “✳”. If
you fixed an incorrect number, use the Point 7 button to
move the pointer to the number you want to correct, and
then enter the correct number.
Enter a PIN code
Repeat this step to complete entering a four-digit
number.
After entering the four-digit number, move the pointer to
Set. Press the SELECT button so that you can change
the following PIN Code lock setting.
If you entered an incorrect PIN code, PIN code and the
number (✳✳✳✳) will turn red for a moment. Enter the
correct PIN code all over again.
Change the PIN code lock setting
Use the Point ed buttons to select Off、On1 or On2,
and then press the SELECT button to make a choice.
Change the PIN code
The PIN code can be changed to your desired four-digit
number. Press the SELECT button to select PIN code
change. Pin code dialog box appears, use the Point ed
buttons to enter the correct code. The New PIN code
input dialog box appears. Set a new PIN code.
Change the PIN code
caution:
when you have changed THE PIn code, write down the new pin code in column of the pin code no. memo on page 79, and keep it securely. If you forget your PIN code, the projector can no longer be started.
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Setting
Fan
This function provides the following options in the cooling
fans’ operation when the projector is turned off (p.22).
L1.......Normal operation
L2.......Slower and lower-sound than the normal operation
(L1), but it takes more time to cool the projector
down.
Fan control
This projector provides Fan control function in the Setting
menu.
Choose the running speed of cooling fans from the following
options according to the ground elevation under which you
use the projector.
Off................ Normal speed. Set this function to Off when
using the projector in non-high altitude
environment.
On 1............. Faster than Off mode. Select this mode
when using the projector in high altitudes
(about 1,200 meters or more above the sea
level) where the fans have less cooling
effect.
On 2............. Faster than On 1 mode. Select this mode
when using the projector in higher altitudes
than above where the fans have lesser
cooling effect.
✔ Note:
The fan noise becomes louder in On 1 and On2.
Filter counter
Filter counter
This function is used to set a frequency for the filter
cleaning.
When the projector reached a specified time between
cleanings, a Filter warning icon appears on the screen,
notifying the cleaning is necessary. After cleaning the filter,
be sure to select Reset and set the timer. The Filter warning
icon will not turn off until the filter counter is reset.
For details about resetting the timer, refer to “Resetting the
Filter Counter” on page 62.
Fig.1 Filter warning icon
Filter warning icon appears on the screen at a set time.
✔ Note:
This icon also appears at turning on.
✔ Note:
The Filter warning icon (Fig.1) will not appear when the
Display function is set to Off (p.48), during Freeze(p.27),
or No show (p.28).
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Press the SELECT button to select Timer, and then use
the Point ed buttons to set the timer. Select from (Off/
100H/ 200H/ 300H) depending on the use environment.
Setting
Warning log
This function records anomalous operations while the
projector is in operation and use it when diagnosing faults.
Up to 10 warning logs are displayed with the latest warning
message at the top of the list, followed by previous warning
messages in chronological order.
✔ Note:
When the Factory default function is executed, all the
warning log records will be deleted.
Factory default
This function returns all setting values except for the User
logo, PIN code lock, Logo PIN code lock, Lamp counter
and Filter counter to the factory default settings.
Factory default
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Information
Input Source Information Display
The Information Menu is used for checking the status of the image signal being projected and the operation of the projector.
Direct Operation
Press the INFO. button on the remote control to display the
Information Menu.
Remote Control
INFO. button
Menu Operation
Press the Point ed buttons to select the Information. The
Information Menu is displayed.
See below for displayed information.
Input
The selected input source is displayed.
H-sync freq.
The horizontal frequency of the input signal is displayed in
KHz, or - - - - - when no signal.
V-sync freq.
The vertical frequency of the input signal is displayed in Hz,
or - - - - - when no signal. Numbers of Hz doubles when
during Interlace.
Screen
The selected screen size is displayed.
Language
The selected language is displayed.
Lamp status
The selected lamp mode is displayed.
Lamp counter
The cumulative lamp operating time is displayed.
Power management
Off, Ready, Shut down or Timer is displayed.
Key lock
The selected Key lock icon is displayed.
PIN code lock
Off or On 1 or On 2 is displayed.
Remote control
The selected remote code is displayed.
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Information Menu
Maintenance and Cleaning
WARNING indicator
The WARNING indicator shows the state of the function which protects the projector. Check the state of the
WARNING indicator and the POWER indicator to take proper maintenance.
The projector is shut down and the WARNING
indicator is blinking red.
Top Control
When the temperature inside the projector reaches a
certain level, the projector will be automatically shut down to
protect the inside of the projector. The POWER indicator is
blinking while the projector is being cooled down. When the
projector has cooled down enough (to its normal operating
temperature), it can be turned on again by pressing the ON/
STAND-BY button.
WARNING blinking
red
✔ Note:
The WARNING indicator continues to blink even after
the temperature inside the projector returns to normal.
When the projector is turned on again, the WARNING indicator stops blinking.
Then check the matters below:
–Did you provide appropriate space for the projector to be
ventilated? Check the installing condition to see if the air
vents of the projector are not blocked.
–Has the projector been installed near an Air-Conditioning/
Heating Duct or Vent? Move the installation of the
projector away from the duct or vent.
–Is the filter clean? Clean the filter periodically.
The projector is shut down and the WARNING
indicator lights red.
When the projector detects an abnormal condition, it is
automatically shut down to protect the inside of the projector
and the WARNING indicator lights red. In this case, unplug
the AC power cord and reconnect it, and then turn the
projector on once again to verify operation. If the projector
cannot be turned on and the WARNING indicator still lights
red, unplug the AC power cord and contact the service
station.
Top Control
WARNING emit a
red light
CAUTION
DO NOT LEAVE THE PROJECTOR WITH THE
AC POWER CORD CONNECTED UNDER AN
ABNORMAL CONDITION. IT MAY RESULT IN
FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK. 61
Maintenance and Cleaning
Cleaning the Filters
Filter prevents dust from accumulating on the optical elements inside the projector. Should the filters become
clogged with dust particles, it will reduce cooling fans’ effectiveness and may result in internal heat buildup
and adversely affect the life of the projector. If a “Filter warning” icon appears on the screen, clean the filters
immediately. Clean the filters by following the steps below.
1
Turn off the projector, and unplug the AC power cord
from the AC outlet.
2
Turn the projector over and remove the filters .
3
Clean the filters softly by using a brush.
4
Replace the filters properly. Make sure that the filters
are fully inserted to the projector.
CAUTION
Do not operate the projector with the filters
removed. Dust may accumulate on the optical
elements degrading picture quality.
Do not put anything into the air vents. Doing so
may result in malfunction of the projector.
RECOMMENDATION
We recommend avoiding dusty/smoky environments
when you operate the projector. Usage in these
environments may cause poor image quality.
When using the projector under dusty or smoky conditions,
dust may accumulate on a lens, LCD panels, or optical
elements inside the projector degrading the quality of a
projected image. When the symptoms above are noticed,
contact your authorized dealer or service station for proper
cleaning.
Filters.
✔ Note:
When reinserting this
filter, be sure that the
slit part is facing the
outer side.
Filter counter
Resetting the Filter Counter
Be sure to reset the Filter counter after cleaning or replacing
the filters.
1
Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen
Menu. Use the Point ed buttons to select the Setting
and then press the Point 8 or SELECT buttons.
2
Use the Point ed buttons select Filter counter and
then press the Point 8 or SELECT button. Use the
Point ed buttons to select Filter counter reset and
then press SELECT button. The Filter counter Reset?
appears. Select Yes to continue.
3
Another confirmation dialog box appears, select Yes to
reset the Filter counter.
The Filter counter
Reset? appears.
Select Yes, then
another confirmation
box appears.
Select Yes again
to reset the Filter
counter.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Attaching the Lens Cap
When moving this projector or while not using it over an
extended period of time, replace the lens cap.
Attach the lens cap according to the following procedures.
1
Thread the string through the hole on the lens cap and
then tie a knot in the string to secure it in place.
2
To pass the other end of the string into the hole on the
bottom of the projector and pull at it.
Cleaning the Projection Lens
Unplug the AC power cord before cleaning.
Gently wipe the projection lens with a cleaning cloth that
contains a small amount of non-abrasive camera lens
cleaner, or use a lens cleaning paper or commercially
available air blower to clean the lens.
Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner. Abrasive
cleaners, solvents, or other harsh chemicals might scratch
the surface of the lens.
Cleaning the Projector Cabinet
Unplug the AC power cord before cleaning.
Gently wipe the projector body with a soft dry cleaning cloth.
When the cabinet is heavily soiled, use a small amount of
mild detergent and finish with a soft dry cleaning cloth. Avoid
using an excessive amount of cleaner. Abrasive cleaners,
solvents, or other harsh chemicals might scratch the surface
of the cabinet.
When the projector is not in use, put the projector in
an appropriate carrying case to protect it from dust and
scratches.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Lamp Replacement
When the projection lamp of the projector reaches its end
of life, the Lamp replacement icon appears on the screen
and LAMP REPLACE indicator lights yellow. Replace the
lamp with a new one promptly. The timing when the LAMP
REPLACE indicator should light is depending on the lamp
mode.
Top Control
LAMP REPLACE
indicator
Lamp replacement icon
✔ Note:
• When Mode 2 is selected in the Lamp life control menu, if the projection lamp of the projector reaches its
end of life, the lamp replacement icon appears on the screen, and the projector is turned off automatically
after 3 minutes.
• The Lamp replacement icon will not appear when the Display function is set to Off (p.48), during Freeze
(p.27), or No show (p.28).
CAUTION
Allow a projector to cool for at least 45 minutes
before you open the Lamp Cover. The inside of
the projector can become very hot.
CAUTION
For continued safety, replace with a lamp of the
same type. Do not drop a lamp or touch a glass
bulb! The glass can shatter and may cause injury.
CAUTION
When replacing the lamp because it has stopped illuminating, there is a possibility that the lamp may be
broken.
If replacing the lamp of a projector which has been installed on the ceiling, you should always assume that
the lamp is broken, and you should stand to the side of the lamp cover, not underneath it. Remove the
lamp cover gently. Small pieces of glass may fall out when the lamp cover is opened. If pieces of glass get
into your eyes or mouth, seek medical advice immediately.
Follow these steps to replace the lamp.
1
Unplug the AC power cord. Let the projector cool for at
least 45 minutes.
2
3
Loosen the screw and open the lamp cover.
4
Replace the lamp with a new one and secure the three
(3) screws. Make sure that the lamp is set properly.
Close the lamp cover and secure the screw.
5
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Loosen the three (3) screws that secure the lamp. Lift
the lamp out of the projector by using the handle.
Connect the AC power cord to the projector and turn
on the projector.
Lamp Cover
Screw
Lamp
Screw
Screw
Handles
Screw
Maintenance and Cleaning
ORDER REPLACEMENT LAMP
Replacement lamp can be ordered through your dealer. When ordering a projection lamp, give the following
information to the dealer.
● Model
No. of your projector
● Replacement Lamp Type No.
: LC-XB100, LC-XB200
: POA-LMP131
(Service Parts No. 610 343 2069)
LAMP HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
This projector uses a high-pressure lamp which must be handled carefully and properly. Improper handling may result in accidents, injury, or create a fire hazard.
●
Lamp life may differ from lamp to lamp and according to the environment of use. There is no guarantee
of the same life for each lamp. Some lamps may fail or terminate their life in a shorter period of time
than other similar lamps.
If the projector indicates that the lamp should be replaced, i.e., if the LAMP REPLACE indicator lights
up, replace the lamp with a new one IMMEDIATELY after the projector has cooled down. (Follow carefully the instructions in the Lamp Replacement section of this manual.) Continuous use of
the lamp with the LAMP REPLACE indicator lighted may increase the risk of lamp explosion. ●
●
A Lamp may explode as a result of vibration, shock or degradation as a result of hours of use as its
lifetime draws to an end. Risk of explosion may differ according to the environment or conditions in
which the projector and lamp are being used.
IF A LAMP EXPLODES, THE FOLLOWING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE TAKEN.
If a lamp explodes, disconnect the projector’s AC plug from the AC outlet immediately. Contact an
authorized service station for a checkup of the unit and replacement of the lamp. Additionally, check
carefully to ensure that there are no broken shards or pieces of glass around the projector or coming out
from the cooling air circulation holes. Any broken shards found should be cleaned up carefully. No one
should check the inside of the projector except those who are authorized trained technicians and who
are familiar with projector service. Inappropriate attempts to service the unit by anyone, especially those
who are not appropriately trained to do so, may result in an accident or injury caused by pieces of broken
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
Before calling your dealer or service center for assistance, check the items below once again.
–Make sure you have properly connected the projector to peripheral equipment as described on pages 16-18.
–Make sure all equipment is connected to AC outlet and the power is turned on.
–When the projector does not project an image from the connected computer, restart the computer. Problem:
–Solutions
No power
–Plug the power cord of the projector into the AC outlet.
–See if the POWER indicator lights red.
–Wait until the POWER indicator stops blinking to turn on the projector
again. The projector can be turned on after the POWER indicator
turns red. See page 20.
–Check the WARNING indicator. If the WARNING indicator lights red, projector cannot be turned on. See page 61.
–Check the projection lamp. See page 64.
–Unlock the Key lock function for the projector. See page 56.
The initial display is not shown. – Make sure Off or Countdown off are not chosen at display function. See page 48.
The initial display is not same – Make sure User or Off are not chosen at Logo (select)
as the default set. function. See page 49.
Input signal switches automatically. – Make sure Input search function is adjusted properly. See page 47.
(or does not switch automatically)
When the projector is on and you – That is the Filter warning icon. See page 58.
press the input button, an icon
other than the Lamp mode icon
appears.
An icon other than Input mode or – That is the Lamp replacement icon or the Filter warning icon. See
Lamp mode icon appears. pages 58 or 64.
Image is out of focus.
–Adjust focus of the projector. See page 25.
–Provide proper distance between the projector and the projection screen. See page 15.
–Check the projection lens to see if it needs cleaning. See page 63.
–Moving the projector from a cool to warm place may result in moisture condensation on the projection lens. In such cases, leave the projector off and wait until condensation evaporates.
Image is Left/Right reversed.
Image is Top/Bottom reversed.
Picture is not bright enough.
–Check the Ceiling/Rear function. See page 52.
–Check the Ceiling function. See page 52.
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– Check if the Contrast or Brightness is adjusted properly. See pages 36,43.
– Check if Image mode is selected properly. See pages 35,42.
– Check the lamp control function. See pages 27,54.
–Check the LAMP REPLACE indicator. If it lights, the end of lamp life is approaching. Replace the lamp with a new one promptly. See page 64.
Appendix
No image
–Check the connection between your computer or video equipment and the projector. See pages 16-18.
–See if the input signal is correctly output from your computer. Some laptop computers may need to change the setting for monitor output when connecting to a projector. See your computer’s instruction manual for the setting. –It takes about 30 seconds to display an image after turning on the projector. See page 20.
–Check the Input signal, color system, video system or computer
system mode.
–Make sure the temperature is not out of the specified Operating Temperature (41˚F–95˚F [5˚C–35˚C]).
– When No Show is operating, the image cannot be displayed. Press the NO SHOW button or any other button on the remote control.
No sound
–Check the audio cable connection from audio input source.
–Adjust the audio source.
–Press the Volume + button. See page 26.
–Press the Mute button. See page 26. – When the AUDIO OUT is plugged-in, the projector's built-in speaker is not available.
–Is the image projected? You will hear the sound only when the image is projected.
The color is strange.
– Check the Input signal, color system,video system or computer system mode.
– Make sure the Blackboard is not selected on Image select menu.See pages 35,42.
Some displays are not seen during the operation.
–Check the Display function. See page 48.
Auto PC adjustment function
does not work.
–Check the Input signal. Auto PC adjustment function can not work when 480p,575p.720p,480i,575i,1035i or 1080i is selected. See Page 32.
– The icon is not available in grayout when the digital signal is input.
The setting does not remain after turning off power.
– Make sure you selected Store after adjusting setting. Some settings can not be stored if not registered with Store. See pages 37,44.
Power management does not
work.
– Power management function can not work while Freeze or No Show function is running. See page 53.
Capture function does not work.
– Check the connection and the input signal to see if there is signal.
Auto setup does not work properly. – Make sure Off is not selected at any function of Auto setup. See page 47. – Make sure On is not selected at the Ceiling function.See page 52.
Auto keystone function does not work even when the projector is tipped. – Make sure the Auto keystone function is not set to Manual. Press the AUTO SETUP button on the top control.See pages 25,47. 67
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The image is distorted or runs off.
– Check PC adjustment menu or Screen and adjust them. See pages 33-34, 37-38.
PIN code dialog box appears
at start-up.
–PIN code lock is being set. Enter a PIN code (the “1234” or numbers
you have set). See pages 21, 56-57.
Page Up/Down function does not work.
–Make sure the USB infrared receiver is connected to the USB port of your computer. See page 14. –Check cable connection between the projector and your computer.
See page 16.
The Remote Control does
not work.
–Check the batteries.
–Make sure no obstruction is between the projector and remote
control.
–Make sure you are not too far from the projector when using the remote control. Maximum operating range is 16.4'(5 m). –Make sure the code of the remote control is conformed to the projector’s code. See page 55.
–Unlock the Key lock function for the remote control function. See page 56.
–Check RESET/ON/ALL-OFF switch on the remote control is set to
“ON”. See page 13.
Indicator blinks or lights.
– Check the status of the projector with referring to "Indicators and projector Condition". See page 72.
Wireless Mouse function does not work.
–Make sure the USB infrared receiver is connected to the USB port of your computer. See page 14. – Check the mouse setting on your computer. – Make sure the mouse driver is installed on your computer, otherwise, the remote control can not be used as a wireless mouse.
– Make sure the signal is from the computer, otherwise, the remote control can not be used as a wireless mouse. – Turn on the projector before turning on the computer.
The exclamation mark appears
on the screen.
– Your operation is invalid. Operate correctly.
Top control does not work.
– The top control is not available if the top control is locked at Key lock under Security of SETTING section. See page 56.
Unable to unlock the Logo PIN
code lock, Security key lock
or Security PIN code lock.
– Contact the dealer where you purchased the projector or the service
center.
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WARNING :
High voltages are used to operate this projector. Do not attempt to open the cabinet.
If problems still persist after following all operating instructions, contact the dealer where you purchased the
projector or the service center. Specify the model number and explain about the problem. We will advise you
how to obtain service.
The CE Mark is a Directive conformity
mark of the European Community (EC).
This symbol on the nameplate
means the product is Listed
by Underwriters Laboratories
I n c . I t i s d e s i g n e d a n d
manufactured to meet rigid
U.L. safety standards against
risk of fire, casualty and
electrical hazards.
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Appendix
Menu Tree
Computer Input/Video Input
Input
Input
RGB
Computer 1
Component
RGB (Scart)
RGB (PC digital)
Computer 2
RGB (AV HDCP)
RGB (Analog)
Video
S-Video
Sound
Sound
Volume
Mute
0–63
On/Off
Computer Input
System (1)
SVGA 1
Mode 1
Mode 2
----
Image select
Dynamic
Standard
Real
Blackboard (Green)
Red/Blue/Yellow/Green
Colorboard
Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Image Adjust
Contrast
Brightness
Color temp.
* Systems displayed in the System Menu vary
depending on an input signal.
PC adjust
Auto PC adj.
Fine sync
Total dots
Horizontal
Vertical
Clamp
Display area H
Display area V
Reset
Mode free
Store
0–31
Red
Green
Blue
Yes/No
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Mode 5
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Mode 5
Sharpness
Gamma
Reset
Store
Screen
Normal
True
Wide
Full
Custom
Digital zoom +
Digital zoom –
70
0–63
0–63
XLow
Low
Mid
High
User
0–63
0–63
0–63
0–15
0–15
Yes/No
Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Scale
H&V
Position
Common
Reset
H/V
On/Off
H/V
Yes/No
Yes/No
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Setting
Video Input
System (2)
System (3)
Image select
Setting
Auto
1080i
1035i
720p
575p
480p
575i
480i
Language
17 languages provided.
Menu position
Auto setup
Auto
PAL
SECAM
NTSC
NTSC 4.43
PAL-M
PAL-N
Keystone
Background
Display
Logo
Dynamic
Standard
Cinema
Blackboard (Green)
Colorboard
Red/Blue/Yellow/Green
Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Input search
Ceiling
On/Off
Rear
On/Off
Closed Caption
Closed Caption
Off/CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4
Color
Color/White
Power management
Image Adjust
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Color temp.
Red
Green
Blue
Sharpness
Gamma
Noise reduction
Progressive
Reset
Store
0–63
0–63
0–63
0–63
On start
XLow
Low
Mid
High
User
0–63
0–63
0–63
0–15
0–15
Off
L1
L2
Off
L1
L2
Film
Yes/No
Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Eco/Normal
Lamp control
Normal
Eco
Lamp life control
Remote control
Security
Fan
Fan control
Filter counter
Mode 1/Mode 2
Spotlight L / Spotlight M / Spotlight S /
Arrow / Finger / Dot
Code 1–Code 8
Key lock
Off
Projector
Remote control
PIN code lock
Off/On1/On2
PIN code change
L1/L2
Offl/On1/On2
Filter counter Hour(s)
Off/100H/200H/300H
Timer
Filter counter reset
Yes/No
Warning log
Information
Wide
Scale
H&V
Position
Common
Reset
On/Off
Lamp control
Pointer
Normal
Custom
Ready
Shut down
Off
Timer (1–30 Min)
Standby mode
Factory default
Screen
Off/On1/On2
Auto PC adj.
On/Off
Auto keystone
Auto
Manual
Off
Store/Reset
Blue/User/Black
Off /On/Countdown off
Logo select
User
Default
Off
Capture
Yes/No
Logo PIN code lock
Off/On
Logo PIN code change
Yes/No
Input Source Information Display
H/V
On/Off
H/V
Yes/No
Yes/No
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Indicators and Projector Condition
Check the indicators for projector condition. Indicators
POWER
red/green
WARNING
red
Projector Condition
LAMP
REPLACE
yellow
The projector is off. (The AC power cord is unplugged.)
✽
The projector is in stand-by mode. Press the ON/STAND-BY button
to turn on the projector.
✽
The projector is operating normally.
✽
The projector is preparing for stand-by or the projection lamp is
being cooled down. The projector cannot be turned on until cooling
is completed and the POWER indicator stops blinking.
✽
The projector is in the Power management mode.
✽
The temperature inside the projector is abnormally high. The
projector cannot be turned on. When the projector is cooled down
enough and the temperature returns to normal, the POWER
indicator stops blinking and the projector can be turned on. (The
WARNING indicator keeps blinking.)
✽
The projector has been cooled down enough and the temperature
returns to normal. When turning on the projector, the WARNING
indicator stops blinking. Check and clean the filters.
✽
The projector detects an abnormal condition and cannot be turned
on. Unplug the AC power cord and plug it again to turn on the
projector. If the projector is turned off again, unplug the AC power
cord and contact the dealer or the service center for service and
checkup. Do not leave the projector on. It may cause an electric
shock or a fire hazard.
• • • green.
• • • red
• • • blinks green.
• • • blinks red.
• • • off
When the projection lamp reaches its end of life, the LAMP REPLACE indicator lights yellow. When this indicator
lights yellow, replace the projection lamp with a new one promptly.
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Compatible Computer Specifications
Basically this projector can accept the signal from all computers with the V-, H-Frequency mentioned below
and less than 140 MHz of Dot Clock.
When selecting these modes, PC adjustment can be limited.
ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
VGA 1
VGA 2
VGA 3
VGA 4
VGA 5
VGA 6
VGA 7
MAC LC13
MAC 13
480p
575p
480i
575i
SVGA 1
SVGA 2
SVGA 3
SVGA 4
SVGA 5
SVGA 6
SVGA 7
SVGA 8
SVGA 9
SVGA 10
SVGA 11
MAC 16
MAC 19
XGA 1
XGA 2
XGA 3
XGA 4
XGA 5
XGA 6
XGA 7
XGA 8
XGA 9
XGA 10
XGA 11
XGA 12
XGA 13
XGA 14
XGA 15
SXGA 1
SXGA 2
SXGA 3
SXGA 4
RESOLUTION
640 x 480
720 x 400
640 x 400
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
768 x 575
640 x 480
768 x 576
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
832 x 624
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
H-Freq.
(KHz)
31.47
31.47
31.47
37.86
37.86
37.50
43.269
34.97
35.00
31.47
31.25
15.734
15.625
35.156
37.88
46.875
53.674
48.08
37.90
34.50
38.00
38.60
32.70
38.00
49.72
60.24
48.36
68.677
60.023
56.476
60.31
48.50
44.00
63.48
36.00
62.04
61.00
35.522
46.90
47.00
58.03
64.20
62.50
63.90
63.34
V-Freq.
(Hz)
59.88
70.09
70.09
74.38
72.81
75.00
85.00
66.60
66.67
59.88
50.00
60.00
(Interlace)
50.00
(Interlace)
56.25
60.32
75.00
85.06
72.19
61.03
55.38
60.51
60.31
51.09
60.51
74.55
75.08
60.00
84.997
75.03
70.07
74.92
60.02
54.58
79.35
87.17
(Interlace)
77.07
75.70
86.96
(Interlace)
58.20
58.30
72.00
70.40
58.60
60.00
59.98
ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
SXGA 5
SXGA 6
SXGA 7
SXGA 8
SXGA 9
SXGA 10
SXGA 11
SXGA 12
SXGA 13
SXGA 14
SXGA 15
SXGA 16
SXGA 17
SXGA 18
SXGA 19
SXGA 20
SXGA+ 1
SXGA+ 2
SXGA+ 3
MAC21
MAC
MAC
WXGA 1
WXGA 2
WXGA 3
WXGA 4
WXGA 6
WXGA 7
WXGA 8
WXGA 9
WXGA 10
WXGA 11
WUXGA 1
WUXGA 2
WSXGA+ 1
WXGA+ 1
WXGA+ 2
UXGA 1
UXGA 2
UXGA 3
UXGA 4
720p
720p
1035i
1080i
1080i
RESOLUTION
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 960
1152 x 900
1152 x 900
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1152 x 900
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1400 x 1050
1400 x 1050
1400 x 1050
1152 x 870
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1366 x 768
1360 x 768
1376 x 768
1360 x 768
1280 x 768
1280 x 768
1280 x 768
1280 x 800
1280 x 800
1280 x 800
1920 x 1200
1920 x 1200
1680 x 1050
1440 x 900
1440 x 900
1600 x 1200
1600 x 1200
1600 x 1200
1600 x 1200
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
1920 x 1035
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
H-Freq.
(KHz)
63.74
71.69
81.13
63.98
79.976
60.00
61.20
71.40
50.00
50.00
63.37
76.97
61.85
46.43
63.79
91.146
63.97
65.35
65.12
68.68
75.00
80.00
48.36
47.70
48.36
56.16
47.776
60.289
68.633
49.600
41.200
49.702
74.556
74.038
65.290
55.935
74.918
75.00
81.25
87.5
93.75
45.00
37.50
33.75
33.75
28.125
V-Freq.
(Hz)
60.01
67.19
76.107
60.02
75.025
60.00
65.20
75.60
86.00
(Interlace)
94.00
(Interlace)
60.01
72.00
66.00
86.70
(Interlace)
60.18
85.024
60.19
60.12
59.90
75.06
75.08
75.08
60.00
60.00
60.00
72.00
59.87
74.893
84.837
60.050
50.000
59.810
59.885
59.950
59.954
59.887
60.000
60.00
65.00
70.00
75.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
(Interlace)
60.00
(Interlace)
50.00
(Interlace)
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When the input signal is digital from DVI terminal, refer to the chart below.
ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
D-VGA
D-480p
D-575p
D-SVGA
D-XGA
D-WXGA 1
D-WXGA 2
D-WXGA 3
D-WXGA 4
D-WXGA 5
D-WXGA 6
D-WXGA 7
D-WXGA 8
D-WXGA 9
D-WXGA 10
D-WXGA 11
RESOLUTION
640 x 480
640 x 480
768 x 575
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1366 x 768
1360 x 768
1376 x 768
1360 x 768
1366 x 768
1280 x 768
1280 x 768
1280 x 768
1280 x 800
1280 x 800
1280 x 800
H-Freq.
(KHz)
31.47
31.47
31.25
37.879
43.363
48.36
47.7
48.36
56.160
46.500
47.776
60.289
68.633
49.572
41.200
49.702
V-Freq.
(Hz)
59.94
59.88
50.00
60.32
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
72.000
50.000
59.870
74.893
84.837
59.870
50.000
59.810
ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
D-SXGA1
D-SXGA2
D-SXGA3
D-720p
D-720p
D-1035i
D-1080i
D-1080i
D-WXGA +1
D-SXGA+ 1
D-SXGA+ 2
D-SXGA+ 3
D-WSXGA+1
D-WXUGA 2
RESOLUTION
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
1920 x 1035
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
1440 x 900
1400 x 1050
1400 x 1050
1400 x 1050
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1200
H-Freq.
(KHz)
63.98
60.276
31.65
37.50
45.00
33.75
33.75
28.125
55.935
63.97
65.350
65.120
65.290
74.038
V-Freq.
(Hz)
60.02
58.069
29.80
50.00
60.00
60.00
(Interlace)
60.00
(Interlace)
50.00
(Interlace)
59.887
60.19
60.120
59.900
59.954
59.950
✔ Note:
•When the input signal is D-SXGA 1, D-SXGA 2 or D-SXGA 3, images may not be displayed properly
depending on computers.
• The specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Technical Specifications
Mechanical Information
Projector Type
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Net Weight
Feet Adjustment
Multi-media Projector
12.80" x 3.27" x 9.12" (326mm x 83.1mm x 231.6mm) (Not including protrusions)
6.17 lbs (2.8 kg)
0˚ to 12˚
LCD Panel System
Panel Resolution
Number of Pixels
0.63" TFT Active Matrix type, 3 panels 1,024 x 768 dots
2,359,296 (1,024 x 768 x 3 panels) Panel Resolution
Signal Compatibility
Color System
High Definition TV Signal
Scanning Frequency
PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, and PAL-N
480i, 480p, 575i, 575p, 720p, 1035i, and 1080i
H-sync. 15 kHz–100 kHz, V-sync. 50–100 Hz Adjustable from 30” to 300”
2.3' - 23.7' (0.69m - 7.23m)
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F 1.65 ~ 2.33 lens with f 15.5 mm ~ 24.5 mm with manual zoom and focus
225 W Optical Information
Projection Image Size (Diagonal)
Throw Distance
Projection Lens
Projection Lamp
Interface
Video Input Jack
RCA Type x 1 S-video Input Jack
Mini DIN 4 pin x 1
Audio Input Jacks
RCA Type x 2
Computer 1 /Computer2 Audio Input Jacks Mini Jack x 2
Computer In 1/ Component Input Terminal Mini D-sub 15 pin x 1
Computer In 2/DVI-I Input DVI-I Terminal x 1
Monitor Output Terminal Mini D-sub 15 pin x 1
Control port D-sub 9 pin x 1
Audio Output Jack
Mini Jack (stereo) x 1 (variable)
LAN Connection Terminal 100 Base-TX (100Mbps)/10 Base-T (10Mbps), RJ45
Audio
Internal Audio Amp
Built-in Speaker
7.0 W RMS
1 speaker, ø1.46" (37mm) Voltage and Power Consumption
AC 100–120 V (3.7A Max. Ampere), 50/60 Hz (The U.S.A and Canada)
AC 200–240 V (2.0A Max. Ampere), 50/60 Hz (Continental Europe and The U.K.)
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Remote Control
Battery
Operating Range
Dimensions
Net Weight
Laser Pointer
41˚F–95˚F (5 ˚C–35 ˚C)
14˚F–140˚F (-10˚C–60 ˚C)
Power
Operating Environment
AAA or LR03 Type x 2
5 m/±30˚
45 mm (W) x 23 mm (H) x 145 mm (D)
3.5 oz 99 g (including batteries)
Class II Laser (Max. Output: 1 mW/Wave length: 640–660 nm)
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Accessories
Owner’s Manual (CD-ROM)
Quick Reference Guide & Safety Manual
AC Power Cord
Remote Control and Batteries
VGA Cable
Lens Cap with String PIN Code Label
Network Application (CD-ROM)
Soft Carrying Case
USB Infrared Receiver
● The
specifications are subject to change without notice.
panels are manufactured to the highest possible standards. Even though 99.99% of the pixels are
effective, a tiny fraction of the pixels (0.01% or less) may be ineffective by the characteristics of the LCD
panels.
● LCD
Optional Parts
The parts listed below are optionally available. When ordering those parts, specify the item name and Model No.
to the sales dealer.
Model No.
COMPONENT-VGA Cable
: AH-98771
SCART-VGA Cable
: AH-98881
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PJ Link Notice
This projector is compliant with PJLink Standard Class 1 of JBMIA (Japan Business Machine and Information
System Industries Association). This projector supports all commands defined by PJLink Class 1 and is verified
conformance with PJLink Standard Class 1.
For PJ Link password, see the owner’s manual of “Network Set-up and Operation.”
Parameter
Projector Input
PJLink Input
Computer 2 (Analog)
RGB 1
11
RGB (PC digital)
DIGITAL 1
31
RGB (AV HDCP)
DIGITAL 2
32
RGB
RGB 2
12
Component
RGB 3
13
RGB (Scart)
RGB 4
14
Video
VIDEO 2
22
S-video
VIDEO 3
23
Computer 2
(Digital)
Computer 1
Video
PJLink is a registered trademark of JBMIA and pending trademark in some countries.
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Configurations of Terminals
COMPUTER IN 1 /COMPONENT IN /MONITOR OUT (ANALOG)
Terminal: Analog RGB (Mini D-sub 15 pin)
4
5
10
15
3
9
14
2
8
13
7
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
6
11
Red (R/Cr) Input/Output
Green (G/Y) Input/Output
Blue (B/Cb) Input/Output
----Ground (Horiz.sync.)
Ground (Red)
Ground (Green)
Ground (Blue)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
+5V Power/----Ground (Vert.sync.)
Ground/----DDC Data/----Horiz. sync. Input/Output (Composite H/V sync.)
Vert. sync.
DDC Clock/-----
COMPUTER 2 / DVI-I TERMINAL (DIGITAL/ANALOG)
C1 C2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
C3 C4
C5
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Analog Red Input
Analog Green Input
Analog Blue Input
Analog Horiz. sync
Analog Ground (R/G/B)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
T.M.D.S. Data2–
T.M.D.S. Data2+
T.M.D.S. Data2 Shield
No Connect
No Connect
DDC Clock
DDC Data
Analog Vert. sync
LAN TERMINAL
1
2
3
4
87654321
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TX +
TX –
RX +
-----
5
6
7
8
----RX –
---------
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
T.M.D.S. Data1–
T.M.D.S. Data1+
T.M.D.S. Data1 Shield
No Connect
No Connect
+5V Power
Ground (for +5V)
Hot Plug Detect
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
T.M.D.S. Data0–
T.M.D.S. Data0+
T.M.D.S. Data0 Shield
No Connect
No Connect
T.M.D.S. Clock Shield
T.M.D.S. Clock+
T.M.D.S. Clock–
Appendix
PIN Code Number Memo
Write down the PIN code number in the column below and keep it with this manual securely. If you forgot or lost
the number and unable to operate the projector, contact the service station.
PIN Code Lock No.
Factory default set No: 1 2 3 4*
Logo PIN Code Lock No.
Factory default set No: 4 3 2 1*
*Should the four-digit number be changed,
the factory set number will be invalid.
While the projector is locked with the PIN code.
Put the label below (supplied) on in a prominent place of the
projector's body while it is locked with a PIN code.
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Appendix
Dimensions
Unit: mm(inch)
Screw Holes for Ceiling Mount
Screw: M4
Depth: 12.0(0.472)
93.5(3.68)
219.4(8.64)
232.5(9.15)
101(3.98)
55(2.17)
<
12ºMAX
24.8 (0.98)
9.5 (0.37)
40.8 (1.61)
42.3 (1.67)
3.8 (0.15)
80.5(3.17)
80
51.9 (2.05)
23(0.91)
143.3(5.64)
<
109.7(4.32)
25(0.98)
107.6(4.24)
121.9(4.80)
<
<
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