HITACHI CP X950W Projector Lamp User Manual

HITACHI CP X950W Projector Lamp User Manual
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Liquid Crystal Projector
Model name
CP-X950W/E
OPERATING GUIDE
Thank you very much for purchasing this Hitachi Liquid Crystal Projector.
Please read this operating guide to use correctly. After reading this manual, keep it carefully for future
reference.
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This Liquid Crystal Projector can display various
computer signals and NTSC/PAL/SECAM video signals.
Features
(1) High brightness
A highly efficient optical system with a metal halide lamp
ensures high brightness.
(2) High resolution
Three separate high-definition liquid crystal panels are used
for the R, G and B signals.
(3) Compact size, light weight for portability
(4) RGB output terminal
Contents
Page
Before use ............................. 3
Names and functions of each
part ............................... 8
Installation ........................... 11
Basic operations .................. 12
Adjustments and functions .. 14
Connection to the video signal
terminals ..................... 19
Connection to the RGB signal
terminals ..................... 19
Connection to the control
signal terminal ............ 22
Example of system setup .... 27
Cleaning the air filter ........... 27
Lamp ................................... 28
Message table ..................... 28
When you think something
wrong ......................... 29
Specifications ...................... 30
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(5) RS232C Communication
(6) Mouse emulation
(7) Power zoom and power focus functions
(8) Complies with VESA DDC1/2B specifications
FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN U.K
THIS PRODUCT IS SUPPLIED WITH A TWO PIN MAINS PLUG FOR USE IN MAINLAND EUROPE.
FOR THE U.K PLEASE REFER TO THE NOTES ON THIS PAGE.
IMPORTANT FOR UNITED KINGDOM
WORDING FOR CLASS I EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION BOOKS AND LABELS
The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse, the value of which is
indicated on the pin face of the plug. Shoud the fuse need to be replaced, an ASTA or BSI approved BS 1362
fuse must be used of the same rating. 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.
Fuse covers are available from your dealer.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment. If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in
your home or the cable is too short to reach a power point, then obtain an appropriate safety approved extension
lead or consult your dealer.
Shoud it be necessary to change the mains plugs, this must be carried out by a competent person, preferable a
qualified electrician.
If there is no alternative to cutting off the mains plug, ensure that you dispose of it immediately, having first
removed the fuse, to avoid a possible shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the mains supply.
WARNING: THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT:
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green and Yellow = Earth, Blue = Neutral, Brown = Live.
Green & Yellow to Earth
Brown to Live
Fuse
Blue to Neutral
Cord Clamp
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured makings 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
or coloured Green or Green and Yellow.
with the letter E or by the earth symbol
The wire coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter N or coloured BLUE or
BLACK. The wire coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter L or coloured
BROWN or RED.
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WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications, Operation of this equipment
in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
Instructions to Users:
This equipment complies with the requirements of FCC (Federal Communication Commission) Class A
equipments provided that following conditions are met.
(1) Video signal cables:
Double shielded coaxial cables (so called FCC shield cable) must be used and the outer shield must be
connected to the ground. Or, if normal coaxial cables are used, the cables must be enclosed in metal pipes
or similar way to reduce the interference noise radiation.
(2) Power cord:
Shielded power cord must be used. The outer shield must be connected to the ground.
(3) Video inputs:
The input signal amplitude must no exceed the specified level.
Before use
<Before Use>
Illustrated marks Various illustrated marks are used in this product and instruction manual so the product
is used correctly and safely, and also to protect you and others from danger and your
property from being damaged.
Warning
This shows that a person could be killed or injured if the wrong operation
is done by ignoring this indication.
Caution
This shows that a person could be injured or material may be damaged if
the wrong operation is done by ignoring this indication.
Examples of
illustrated
marks
The mark informs you that there is a warning (including caution).
The concrete details of the warning (the left diagram shows the caution for an
electric shock hazard) is shown in the diagram.
The mark informs you of a prohibited action. The concrete prohibited action
(the left diagram shows the prohibition of disassembly) is drawn in the diagram
or near it.
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The mark informs you of actions you must do. The concrete instruction
details (the left diagram shows “Disconnect the power plug from the power
outlet”) is drawn in the diagram.
[Safety precaution]
Warning
Λ If any abnormality occurs.
there is an abnormal smell or smoke, if
•When
you use this unit as it is, this could cause a fire
or electric shock, etc. When an abnormality is
found, immediately turn off the power switch
and pull out the power plug from the power
outlet. Check that there is no smoke, etc., then
contact your dealer to repair the unit. Do not
repair it yourself as it is very dangerous.
Do not use this unit as it is
after trouble has occurred,
such as “No picture”,
“No sound”, “Abnormal
Pull out the
sound”, etc. This may
power plug
cause a fire, electric
from the
power
shock, etc. In this
outlet.
case immediately turn
off the power switch and disconnect the power
plug, then contact your dealer to repair the unit.
If water, etc. enters inside the unit, turn off the
power switch of the unit first and disconnect the
power plug and then contact your dealer. If you
use it as it is, it may cause a fire, electric shock,
etc.
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Λ Do not install this unit in an unstable
place.
placing it in an unstable place
•Avoid
such as weak base, inclined floor,
Λ Do not look directly at the lens when
the lamp is lit.
Do not look directly at the lens when
the lamp is lit. Since a strong light is
used, it could damage you vision, etc.
Especially pay attention if children are present.
Λ Do not insert any foreign object.
not insert a metal or flammable
•Do
object inside through the ventilation
holes, etc. This may cause a fire,
electric shock, etc.
If foreign matter enters inside, turn
the power switch off and disconnect
the power plug from the power outlet
and contact your dealer. If you use
as it is, it may cause a fire, electric
shock, etc. Be careful especially if
children could touch the unit.
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Λ Do not apply any shock.
If you drop this unit or if the cabinet
is broken, turn off the power switch,
disconnect the power plug and
contact your dealer. If you use it as
it is, it may cause a fire, electric
shock, etc.
Pull out the
power plug
from the
power
outlet.
Λ Do not remodel this unit.
etc. This may cause it to drop or fall
over, resulting in injury.
Do not remodel this unit. It may
cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
Prohibition
of
disassembly
Λ Do not open the cabinet.
Do not open the cabinet.
There are high voltage
parts inside the cabinet
and this may cause an
electric shock. Ask your
dealer to check inside and
adjust and repair the unit.
Pull out the
power plug
from the
power
outlet.
Λ Do not put a container, etc. with liquid
on this unit.
Electric shock
hazard
Prohibition
of
disassembly
Do not put a vase, flowerpot, cosmetic
container, medicine or water and small
metal objects on this unit. If liquid
spills and enter inside the unit, it may
cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
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Do not use this unit in a bathroom, etc.
This may cause a fire, electric shock,
etc.
Λ Do not use power supplies
other than that specified.
Do not use
near water
Do not use this unit with a power
voltage other than specified power supply
voltage. It may cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
Warning
Λ Be careful in handling the power cord.
not scratch, damage or process the power
•Do
cord. Do not bend it forcibly. Also do not put a
heavy object on it, do not heat it and do not pull
it. If you do, the power cord may be damaged
and it may cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
•Do not pull the cord.
•Do not put a heavy object on it.
•Do not damage the cord.
•Do not put it near a heating device.
Be careful that this unit is not placed on the
power cord. The power cord may be damaged
and it may cause a fire, electric shock, etc. If
the cord is covered with a carpet, etc. a heavy
object may be put on it without your realizing it.
If the cord is damaged (core wire is
exposed, disconnected, etc.), ask
your dealer to replace it. It may
cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
Check that no dirt adheres to the power plug and
fully insert without any play. If dirt adheres or
the connection is incomplete, it may cause a fire,
electric shock, etc.
The outer shield of power cord must
be connected to ground.
If you do not, it may cause a
electric shock.
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Λ Do not stare directly into the laser
aperture.
laser pointer on the remote
•The
control unit radiates the laser beam
from the laser aperture.
Do not stare into the laser aperture or radiate the
laser beam to other persons as the laser emitted
is a class II laser and it could damage you
vision, etc.
Especially pay attention if children are present.
three labels below are caution labels for the
•The
laser beam.
AVOIDE EXPOSURE–LASER
RADIATION IS EMITTED
FROM THIS APERTURE
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LASER APERTURE
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CAUTION
LASER RADIATIONDO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
WAVE LENGTH:670nm
MAX. OUTPUT:1mW
CLASS II LASER PRODUCT
RADIAZIONI LASER
NON GUARDARE NEL RAGGIO LUCE
APPARECCHIO LASER DI CLASSE 2
RAYONNEMENT LASER
MANUFACTURED
NE PAS REGARDER DANS
LE FAISCEAU APPAREIL August-97
A LASER DE CLASSE 2
LASER-STRAHLUNG
NICHT IN DEN STRAHL
BLICKEN LASER KLASSE2 MANUFACTURER:A
MADE IN JAPAN
Caution
Λ Do not step on this unit or do not put a
heavy object on it.
not step on this unit. Especially
•Do
pay attention if children are present.
If you do, the unit may fall over or
may be broken causing an injury.
Do not put a heavy object on this unit. If you
do, the unit may fall due to its imbalance or it
may drop, causing an injury.
•
Λ Do not block the ventilation holes.
Do not block the ventilation holes.
If the ventilation holes are blocked,
the heat inside may build up and it
may cause a fire. Do not use this
unit in the following ways: On its side. In a
poorly ventilated, narrow place. On a carpet or
bedspread. Covered with a tablecloth. Place this
unit so that the ventilation holes are kept 10cm or
more away from the wall.
Λ Cleaning
Be sure to pull out the power plug from
the power outlet for safety when
cleaning.
Λ Use of batteries.
Pull out the
power plug
from the
power
outlet.
not use batteries not specified for this unit.
•Do
Do not use new batteries mixed
together with old ones. This may
cause a fire, injury due to burst of
battery, liquid leakage.
When inserting batteries in this unit, pay
attention to the direction of the and
polarity indications and insert the batteries
correctly. If the polarities are
confused, it may cause injury or
damage near the unit due to burst
batteries, liquid leakage, etc.
•
Λ Do not place this unit in a moist or
dusty place.
not place this unit in a moist or dusty place.
•Do
It may cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
not place this unit where it
•Do
would be exposed to soot or steam,
near a cooking stove or humidifier,
etc. It may cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
Λ Set the caster stoppers.
When this unit is installed on the table
with casters, set the caster stoppers. If
the table moves, it may fall over,
causing an injury.
Λ Handle the power cord carefully.
not bring the power cord near a heating
•Do
device. The shield of the cord may melt and it
may cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
Do not insert/disconnect the power
plug with wet hands. It may cause
an electric shock.
When the power plug is to be
disconnected, do not pull the
power cord. The power cord
may be damaged and it may
cause a fire, electric shock, etc.
Be sure to hold the power plug.
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Λ Clean inside the unit at least once two
years.
Ask your dealer to clean inside the unit at least
once two years. If the unit is left with too much
dust inside as it is for a long this without cleaning,
it may cause a fire. Especially it is
effective to clean before the rainy
season starts. Consult your dealer
for the cost of the cleaning the inside
the unit.
Λ Caution when carrying it.
Λ When you are not going to use for a
long
time.
When
this
unit
is A
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moved,
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When you are not going use this unit
for a long time because you are going
on a trip, etc., be sure to pull out the
power plug from the power outlet for
safety. And also apply cover to the
lens so that the lens is not damaged.
Pull out the
power plug
from the
power
outlet.
cover to the lens and be sure to
disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet and check that all external
connection cords are removed before
moving it. If not, the cord may be
damaged and it may cause a fire,
electric shock, etc.
Pull out the
power plug
from the
power
Caution
[General cautions]
Λ Do not place this unit where it gets hot.
Be careful since if you place the unit
outdoors, in a place exposed to direct
sunlight or near a heating device, the
cabinet and parts could be affected.
Λ Volume.
Use at the proper volume level so that it does not
bother persons in the neighborhood. Especially,
since the sound is likely to carry well at the night
even at a low volume, consider the neighborhood
to a good living environment.
Λ Cleaning the lens.
To clean the lens, use a generallyavailable lens cleaning tissue (used for
cleaning lens of camera, glasses, etc.).
Be careful not to scratch the lens with a
hard object.
Λ Cleaning the cabinet.
many plastic materials are used on the
•Since
surface of the cabinet, if the surface is cleaned
using benzene, thinner, etc., it may change in
quality or the coating may be peeled off. Avoid
using chemicals.
When a chemically-teated cloth is used, follow
the cautions that come with the cloth.
Do not spray a volatile agent such as insecticide
on the unit. Do not leave a rubber or vinyl
object touching the cabinet for a long time. It
may cause the cabinet to change in quality or the
coating to peel off.
Clean the dirt from the cabinet and operation
panel by dusting lightly with soft cloth. If the
dirt is conspicuous, wipe off with a cloth
moistened with detergent diluted with water,
then wipe off with a dry soft cloth.
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Λ Rest your eyes occasionally when
viewing for a long time.
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Names and functions of each part
Main unit
LAMP indicator
ON indicator
This lights when the
lamp does not light.
(See page 29)
This blinks in the standby mode
and lights in the operation
mode. (See page 29)
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STANDBY / ON
button
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Speaker
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Remote control
sensor
Handle
Power ON/OFF button.
OFF sets the unit in
standby mode.
(See page 12 ~ 13)
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TEMP Indicator
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This lights when
temperature inside the
projector is too high. (See
page 29)
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MUTE button.
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(See page 9)
ZOOM button
Adjusts picture size.
(See page 12)
Lens
Remote control
sensor
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Cooling fan
(exhaust)
Cooling fan
(in take)
FOCUS button
Adjusts focus. (See page 12)
Lens cover Lever
MENU button
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the remote control transmitter within the range
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of about 16 feet from the remote control sensor
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and within 30° to both the left and right.
Picture adjustments.
Refer to page 14 ∼ 18 for
details.
RESET button
Resets unit to factory
settings. (See page 14)
INPUT button
To select the input source.
Each time this button is pressed, the input source
is changed in sequence as shown below.
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO1
VIDEO2
VIDEO input terminal
(on video-equipped models only)
S-VIDEO input terminal
Mini DIN 4pin connector (1/2)
VIDEO input terminal
RCA Jack (1/2)
AUDIO L/R input terminal
RCA Jack (1/2)
RGB IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
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AUDIO
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RGB input terminal
RGB input terminal
D-sub 15pin shrink
terminal (1/2)
RGB output terminal
AUDIO
IN
AC SW
AUDIO
OUT
RGB OUT
AC IN
MAIN POWER switch
RGB output terminal
D-sub 15pin shrink
terminal
RGB output can be displayed
even in the standby mode.
CONTROL
Main power ON/OFF switch.
∴: OFF
 : ON
CONTROL terminal
D-sub 15pin shrink terminal
AC IN socket
AUDIO output
terminal (RGB/VIDEO)
Stereo
jack
cord.
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Connect the provided
AUDIO input terminal
Stereo mini jack (1/2)
Names and functions of each part (continued)
Remote control transmitter
STANDBY / ON button
MUTE button
Power ON/OFF button.
OFF sets the unit in standby mode.
(See page 12, 13)
Silences the sound. (Cancels the mute
when the unit is set in mute mode.)
STANDBY/ON
MUTE
VOLUME button
FOCUS button
Adjusts volume. The sound is loud or
low while pressing the “+” or “–” button.
Adjusts focus. (See page 12)
FOCUS
ZOOM
VOLUME
LASER ON
ZOOM button
Laser pointer ON/OFF button.
Use as a stick (for indication).
(See page 10)
Adjusts picture size.(See page 12)
POSITION ON
LASER
POSITION ON button
Moves the picture by DISC PAD after
pressed the POSITION ON button.
(Only RGB signal input)
While the back light on, you can
operate POSITION. *1
DISK PAD
1 When the back light of MENU ON
button on, selects or adjusts the
menu items. (See page 14)
2 When removes the on-screen
menus, works as mouse.
3 When the back light of the
POSITION ON button on, moves
picture. *2
MOUSE LEFT button
←
RESET
Mouse left button is the left click of the
mouse. (bottom button)
(See page 22)
RIGHT
MENU ON
MOUSE ON
BLANK
TIMER
RGB 1/2
VIDEO 1/2
RESET / RIGHT button
INPUT
MENU ON button
Displays the on-screen menus.
And back light on. (See page 14 ~ 18)
While the back light on, you can
operate MENU.
When displays the on-screen menus,
resets the menu item to factory
settings.
When operats the mouse emulation,
works as right click of mouse in
computer mode.
After moving the picture (POSITION
ON), resets the position to factory
settings.
MOUSE ON button
BLANK ON button
1 The blank screen which is displayed
by pressing BLANK.
2 And the blank screen will be
revealed down by pressing BLANK
again. (See page 16 ~ 17)
Mouse emulation mode starts. (See
page 22)
When menu are open or blank screen
is displayed or icon of position is
displayed, there are stopped and back
light off.
INPUT SELECT button
TIMER ON / OFF button
Selects the input source. See page 12)
Displays the setting time by count
down.
See page 18 “TIMER” of menu when
you set the minutes of timer.
*1 POSITION ON icon
When presses POSITION ON button, back light on and icon is
displayed.
While displaying the icon, you can operate POSITION.
Icon is displayed in video mode, but can not operate POSITION.
*2
When the back light of MENU ON or POSITION ON button on
without displaying the icon of POSITION ON or MENU, can
operate DISK PAD too.
Displays the icon or MENU at the same time as starting the
operation.
When presses the MOUSE ON button, MENU mode or
POSITION ON mode is stopped.
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Names and functions of each part (continued)
How to insert batteries insert the provided batteries (LR6 (alkali)) into the remote control transmitter.
¡ Remove the battery
™ Insert the batteries as
compartment cover.
illustrated inside the
battery compartment.
Slide the battery compartment
cover in the direction of the
arrow while pressing slightly
down on it.
£ Replace the cover.
Caution Cautions on use of batteries
Do not use batteries not specified for this unit.
Also do not use old and new batteries together.
It may cause a fire, injury due to burst of
battery or liquid leakage.
When inserting batteries, pay attention to the
direction of the and polarity indications
and insert the batteries correctly. If the
polarities are confused, it may cause injury or
damage near the unit due to a burst of battery
or liquid leakage.
•
•
Caution
Caution Cautions on use
Do not drop the remote control transmitter or
apply any shock to it.
Do not let the remote control transmitter get
wet and do not put it on a wet object. It may
cause a malfunction.
If you are not going to use it for a long time,
remove the batteries from the remote control
transmitter.
If operation of the remote control becomes
difficult, replace the batteries.
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Cautions on use of the laser pointer.
laser pointer on the remote control unit radiates the laser beam from the laser
•The
aperture.
laser pointer used as a stick (for indication).
•This
Do not stare directly into the laser aperture or radiate the laser beam to other persons
as the laser emitted is a class II laser and it could damage you vision, etc.
Especially pay attention if children are present.
The three labels below are caution labels for the laser beam.
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AVOIDE EXPOSURE–LASER
RADIATION IS EMITTED
FROM THIS APERTURE
LASER APERTURE
CAUTION
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LASER RADIATIONDO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
WAVE LENGTH:670nm
MAX. OUTPUT:1mW
CLASS II LASER PRODUCT
RADIAZIONI LASER
NON GUARDARE NEL RAGGIO LUCE
APPARECCHIO LASER DI CLASSE 2
RAYONNEMENT LASER
MANUFACTURED
NE PAS REGARDER DANS
LE FAISCEAU APPAREIL August-97
A LASER DE CLASSE 2
LASER-STRAHLUNG
NICHT IN DEN STRAHL
BLICKEN LASER KLASSE 2MANUFACTURER:A
MADE IN JAPAN
Installation
Example of the projector and screen installation
Determine picture size and projection distance as illustrated below.
View from the top
View from the side
Screen
Lens center
b
a
a (inch)
Screen (inch)
b (inch)
Minimum Maximum
40
60
89
3.4
60
89
134
5.1
80
119
179
6.9
100
149
224
8.6
120
179
269
10.3
150
224
336
12.9
200
298
448
17.2
a: Distance from the projector to the screen. (±10%)
b: Length from the center of the lens to the bottom of the
picture. (±10%)
This screen size is full-screen size. (1024 dots × 768 dots)
Installation of liquid crystal projector
Please basically use liquid crystal projector at the horizontal
position.
If you use liquid crystal projector by the lens up position, the
lens down position and the side up position, this may cause the
heat inside to build up and become the cause of damage.
How to use foot adjusters
Adjust the projection position using the foot adjusters at the bottom of the projector.
View from the front
unlock ←
View from the side
→ lock
Foot adjuster
A viewing angle of 2° ~ 12° can be changed.
1. Lift up the projector, unlock the foot adjusters.
2. Adjust a viewing angle, and then lock the foot adjusters complete.
3. To adjust the angle slightly, revolve the foot adjusters.
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Caution Do not unlock the foot adjusters while you do not support the projector, to avoid falling of the
projector and causing an injury.
Do not revolve the foot adjusters by force, the foot adjusters is damaged.
If the foot adjusters do not lock completely, move the foot adjusters a little before locking.
Basic operations
To project the picture
7 2
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4
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STANDBY/ON
FOCUS
MUTE
ZOOM
VOLUME
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RIGHT
MOUSE ON
BLANK
TIMER
RGB 1/2
VIDEO 1/2
INPUT
3
1
Turn the MAIN POWER switch of the projector on. [ I : ON]
•The ON indicator will light up orange.
2
Press the STANDBY/ON button.
•The ON indicator blinks (green) and then lights (green).
•The ON indicator will blink green during warm-up and light up.
3
Turn the lens cover lever down.
•Lens cover opens.
4
5
Adjust the picture size using the ZOOM button.
Adjust the focus using the FOCUS button.
(1) Press the FOCUS button. The on-screen display shown on the right appears.
(2) Adjust the focus so that the picture is clear using the FOCUS button.
(3) When any other button is pressed, “FOCUS” on the screen will be turned off.
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+++FOCUS+++
Power on all connected equipment.
The method of connecting various equipment, see on the page 19 ∼ 27.
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Press the INPUT button or the INPUT SELECT (VIDEO or
RGB) button to select the source of the signal
Example on-screen display
to be projected on the screen.
•The selected signal input is displayed at the bottom right of the screen.
RGB 1
Basic operations (continued)
To turn off the power
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STANDBY/ON
MUTE
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LASER
RESET
2
RIGHT
MENU ON
MOUSE ON
BLANK
TIMER
RGB 1/2
3
1
VIDEO 1/2
INPUT
Press the STANDBY/ON button, for 1 second.
•The ON indicator lights up orange and the lamp turns off. (About 1 minute later), the fan stops and the
indicator blinks orange.
•Press the STANDBY/ON button for short time (less than 1 second), the projector do not set in standby
mode.
2
3
♠: OFF]
Turn the MAIN POWER switch of the projector off. [
Turn the lens cover lever up.
•Lens cover closes.
Caution Do not turn off the MAIN POWER switch before pressing the STANDBY/ON button. After
the STANDBY/ON button is pressed, the fan rotates for about 1 minute to cool the projector.
Do not turn off the MAIN POWER switch during the lamp on because the lamp is damaged.
PLUG & PLAY
This projector complies with VESA DDC1/2B specifications. PLUG & PLAY is a system with computer,
peripherals (including projectors), and operating system.
It works when the projector is connected to DDC (Display Data Channel) ready computer that is running an
operating system software that incorporates plug & play functionality.
(Only RGB 1)
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Adjustments and functions
STANDBY/ON
1, 2
FOCUS
ZOOM
POSITION ON
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LASER
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MENU ON
1
MUTE
Press the MENU (
button.
RIGHT
1
MOUSE ON
BLANK
TIMER
RGB 1/2
VIDEO 1/2
) buttons or the MENU ON / OFF
•On-screen menus are displayed on the screen.
2
Select the menu to be adjusted using the MENU (
buttons or DISK PAD.
)
•Menu displayed in green is selected.
3
Select the item to be adjusted using the MENU (
buttons or DISK PAD.
)
•Item displayed in green can be adjusted.
When the MOUSE ON button is pressed 5 ~ 10 seconds elapses, MENU screen will go off.
Memory function
Individual memory functions are provided for the VIDEO1, VIDEO2, RGB1 and RGB2 input terminals.
Adjustments are saved after power off.
To return to the initial setting
•Select the menu item to return to the initial setting.
•Press the RESET button.
•Select the DEFAULT (To select the CANCEL is not changed).
•Select the adjustment item to return to the initial setting.
•Press the RESET button.
SETUP
INPUT
IMAGE
VOL
RESET
‘SETUP’
BRI
CON
SHA
DEFAULT
COL
CANCEL
TIN
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COLOR BAL
OPT.
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Adjustments and functions (continued)
SET UP
The menu SET UP serves for the change of parameters influencing the picture and for the move picture
position.
RGB signal input
SETUP
INPUT
VOLUME
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
V POSIT
H POSIT
H PHASE
H SIZE
COLOR BAL
IMAGE
VIDEO signal input
SETUP
OPT.
VOLUME
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
COLOR BAL
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R
INPUT
IMAGE
R
OPT.
B
B
Adjustment Item
VOLUME
BRIGHT
(BRIGHTNESS)
Details of adjustment
Decrease
Increase
Dark
Bright
Lower
Higher
SHARPNESS
Soft
Sharp
COLOR
Less
More
TINT
Red
Green
CONTRAST
V.POSIT
(V.POSITION)
Moves the picture up or down.
H.POSIT
(H.POSITION)
Moves the picture left or right.
H.PHASE
Decreases the picture flicker.
H.SIZE
COLOR BAL
(COLOR BALANCE)
Widens or Narrows the horizontal size of picture.
for Red
for Blue
Caution • Menu items cannot be adjusted, while displaying the start up screen (“NO INPUT IS
DETECTED” or “SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE”).
• TINT cannot be adjusted with PAL/SECAM/M-PAL video signal input.
•TINT, COLOR and SHARPNESS cannot be adjusted with an RGB signal input.
•V.POSIT, H.POSIT, H.PHASE and H.SIZE cannot be adjusted with a VIDEO signal input.
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INPUT
The menu INPUT serves for the selection of input source.
SETUP
INPUT
IMAGE
OPT.
SETUP
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO1
VIDEO2
TEST
PATTERN
INPUT
IMAGE
SYSTEM
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
NTSC4.43
M-PAL
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO1
VIDEO2
TEST
PATTERN
Adjustment Item
Details of adjustment
RGB1
Selects the RGB 1 terminal.
RGB2
Selects the RGB 2 terminal.
VIDEO1
Selects the VIDEO 1 terminal.
OPT.
VIDEO2
Selects the VIDEO 2 terminal.
TEST PATTERN
Selects the TEST PATTERN. (Start up screen)
After selected, wait until MENU goes off.
SYSTEM
Selects the video signal systems.
When the picture (Video) is abnormal (no color or
out of sync.), selects the input signal mode
(NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43 and M-PAL).
IMAGE
The menu IMAGE serves of the picture inversion.
SETUP
INPUT
IMAGE
OPT.
SETUP
BLANK
MIRROR
BLANK
REVEAL
MESSAGE
SETUP
INPUT
MIRROR
INPUT
IMAGE
OPT.
NORMAL
H : INVERT
V : INVERT
H&V :
INVERT
SETUP
INPUT
REVEAL
IMAGE
OPT.
WHITE
BLUE
BLACK
IMAGE
OPT.
FAST
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Adjustments and functions (continued)
SETUP
INPUT
IMAGE
MESSAGE
OPT.
TURN ON
TURN OFF
Adjustment Item
Details of adjustment
Inverts the picture horizontally or vertically.
NORMAL
Not invert.
H : INVERT
Inverts the picture horizontally.
V : INTERT
Inverts the picture vertically.
H&V : INVERT Inverts the picture horizontally and vertically.
MIRROR
BLANK
Selects the blank color of signal or pressing BLANK ON button.
REVEAL
Selects the speed of revelation. See page 9 “BLANK ON button”.
MESSAGE
Turn off the on-screen message. (FOCUS, VOLUME, INPUT mode.)
OPT. (OPTION)
The menu OPT. allows you to control communication function etc.
SETUP
INPUT
IMAGE
OPT.
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
LANGUAGE
AUTO OFF
START UP
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SETUP
INPUT
SETUP
IMAGE
OPT.
COM. SPEED
(bps)
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
INPUT
OPT.
IMAGE
SETUP
INPUT
SETUP
INPUT
SETUP
INPUT
10 min.
IMAGE
AUTO OFF
OPT.
SETUP
START UP
0 min.
STOP
Adjustment Item
INPUT
OPT.
7N1
8N1
COM. BITS
LANGUAGE
TIMER
IMAGE
IMAGE
OPT.
ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
NORSK
NEDERLANDS
IMAGE
OPT.
TURN ON
TURN OFF
Details of adjustment
COM. SPEED Selects the data speed of transmission. (five kinds)
(COMMUNICATION SPEED)
Selects the data format of transmission.
COM. BITS
7N1... 7 data-bits, No parity, 1 stop bit.
(COMMUNICATION BITS) 8N1... 8 data-bits, No parity, 1 stop bit.
TIMER
LANGUAGE
Sets the minutes of timer. (0 ~ 99)
Selects the language on-screen menu.
(English, Francais, Deutsch, Espanol, Italiano, Norsk, Nederlands)
AUTO OFF
Selects the power off timing since input source is off.
Set time: 1 ~ 99 (min), 0: not set.
START UP
Turns off the start up screen.
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Connection to the video signal terminals
1. Input signal
S-VIDEO signal
Luminance signal
Chrominance signal
1.0Vp-p, 75 Ω termination
VIDEO signal
AUDIO signal
1.0Vp-p, 75 Ω termination
0.286Vp-p (burst signal), 75 Ω termination
Input
200mVrms, 20 kΩ below (MAX 3.0Vp-p)
Output
0~200mVrms, 1k Ω
2. Signal input terminal
Chrominance signal
Ground
Luminance signal
Ground
S VIDEO input (Mini DIN4 pin)
Caution Video input signal terminals have priority in the following order.
1 S-VIDEO input terminal 2 RCA jack input terminal
Even when the video signal is displayed, only an audio signal is output to RGB audio output
terminals.
Connection to the RGB signal terminal
1. Input / output signal
Video signal
Analog 0.7Vp-p 75 Ω termination (Positive polarity)
Horizontal sync signal
TTL level (Positive/negative polarity)
Vertical sync signal
TTL level (Positive/negative polarity)
Composite sync signal TTL level
Audio signal
Input
200mVrms, 20k Ω below (MAX 3.0Vp-p)
Output 0 ∼ 200mVrms, 1k Ω
2. Signal input / output terminal
1
Video signal (Red)
9
N.C
2
Video signal (Green)
10 Ground
3
Video signal (Blue)
11 N.C
4
N.C
12 DDC (Display Data Channel)
5
N.C
13 Horizontal/Composite sync signal
6
Ground (for R)
14 Vertical sync signal
D-sub 15pin shrink terminal (Female)
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Ground (for G)
15 DDC (Display Data Channel)
Caution Do not use RGB cable other than that specified.
Some RGB cable may not operate DDC (Disply Data Channel)
because there are not connect from pin No. & to pin No.#.
Connection to the RGB signal terminal (continued)
3. Example of computer signal
Resolution
H ×V
fH
(kHz)
fV
(Hz)
640 × 350
31.5
70.1
640 × 400
24.8
640 × 400
Standard
Type
Note 3
Display Dots
H×V
VGA-1
Expanded
1024 × 560
56.4
NEC
PC9800
Expanded
1024 × 640
31.5
70.1
VGA-2
Expanded
1024 × 640
640 × 480
43.3
85.0
VESA
Expanded
853 × 640
640 × 480
31.5
59.9
VESA
Expanded
1024 × 768
640 × 480
35.0
66.7
Expanded
1024 × 768
640 × 480
37.9
72.8
VESA
Expanded
1024 × 768
640 × 480
37.5
75.0
VESA
Expanded
1024 × 768
800 × 600
35.2
56.3
VESA
SVGA (56Hz)
Expanded
1000 × 750
800 × 600
37.9
60.3
VESA
SVGA (60Hz)
Expanded
1000 × 750
800 × 600
48.1
72.2
VESA
SVGA (72Hz)
Expanded
1000 × 750
800 × 600
46.9
75.0
VESA
SVGA (75Hz)
Expanded
1000 × 750
800 × 600
53.7
85.1
VESA
SVGA (85Hz)
832 × 624
49.7
74.5
1024 × 768
48.4
60.0
VESA
XGA (60Hz)
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
56.5
70.1
VESA
XGA (70Hz)
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
60.0
75.0
VESA
XGA (75Hz)
1024 × 768
1152 × 864
67.5
75.0
VESA
Compressed
988 × 741
1280 × 960
60.0
60.0
VESA
Compressed
1024 × 768
1280 × 1024
64.0
60.0
VESA
SXGA (60Hz)
Compressed
960 × 768
1280 × 1024
80.0
75.0
VESA
SXGA (75Hz)
Compressed
960 × 768
Note 1
Note 2
VGA-3
Mac 13˝
mode
Mac 16˝
mode
SW 1 ON
SW 5 ON
SW 6 ON
800 × 600
SW 2 ON
SW 5 ON
SW 6 ON
980 × 735
Expanded
Note 1 : Signal mode
Note 2 : MAC adapter is necessary to the resolution mode.
Projector is compatible with 13 inch mode and 16 inch mode.
MAC 13" mode = switch 1, switch 5 and switch 6 are ON.
MAC 16" mode = switch 2, switch 5 and switch 6 are ON.
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6
Note 3 : Display mode
(Example 16inch mode)
Caution • Some input source may not be displayed properly because they are not compatible with the
projector.
• Some input source may not be displayed in full size as shown “Display Dots”.
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Connection to the RGB signal terminal (continued)
4. Initial set signals
The following signals are initially set. The settings may be different depending on the computer type. In this
case, adjust the settings referring to pages 14, 15.
Back porch (b)
Front porch (d)
Active (c)
DATA
HSYNC
Sync. (a)
Horizontal Timing (µs)
Computer/Signal
a
b
c
Horizontal Timing (µs)
Computer/Signal
d
a
b
c
d
0.3
VGA-1
3.8
1.9
25.4
0.6
SVGA (75Hz)
1.6
3.3
16.3
PC9800
3.0
3.8
30.4
3.0
SVGA (85Hz)
1.1
2.7
14.2
0.6
VGA-2
3.8
1.9
25.4
0.6
Mac 16 inch mode
1.1
3.9
14.5
0.6
VESA (85Hz)
1.6
2.2
17.8
1.6
XGA VESA (60Hz)
2.1
2.5
15.8
0.4
VGA-3
3.8
1.9
25.4
0.6
XGA VESA (70Hz)
1.8
1.9
13.7
0.3
Mac 13 inch mode
2.1
3.2
21.2
2.1
XGA VESA (75Hz)
1.2
2.2
13.0
0.2
VESA (72Hz)
1.3
4.1
20.3
0.8
VESA (75Hz)
1.2
2.4
10.7
0.6
VESA (75Hz)
2.0
3.8
20.3
0.5
VESA (60Hz)
1.0
2.9
11.9
0.9
SVGA (56Hz)
2.0
3.6
22.2
0.7
SXGA VESA (60Hz)
1.0
2.3
11.9
0.4
SVGA (60Hz)
3.2
SXGA VESA (75Hz)
1.1
1.8
9.5
0.1
SVGA (72Hz)
2.4
2.2
20.0
1.0
1.3
16.0
1.1
Back porch (b)
Front porch (d)
Active (c)
DATA
VSYNC
Sync. (a)
Vertical Timing (lines)
Computer/Signal
a
b
c
Vertical Timing (lines)
d
Computer/Signal
a
b
c
d
1
VGA-1
2
59
350
38
SVGA (75Hz)
3
21
600
PC9800
8
25
400
7
SVGA (85Hz)
3
27
600
1
VGA-2
2
34
400
13
Mac 16 inch mode
3
39
624
1
VESA (85Hz)
3
25
480
1
XGA VESA (43Hz)
4
20
768
0
VGA-3
2
33
480
10
XGA VESA (60Hz)
6
29
768
3
Mac 13 inch mode
3
39
480
3
XGA VESA (70Hz)
6
29
768
3
VESA (72Hz)
3
28
480
9
XGA VESA (75Hz)
3
28
768
1
VESA (75Hz)
3
16
480
1
VESA (75Hz)
3
32
864
1
SVGA (60Hz)
4
23
600
1
SXGA VESA (60Hz)
3
38
1024
1
SVGA (72Hz)
6
23
600
SXGA VESA (75Hz)
3
38
1024
1
960
SVGA
(56Hz)
VESA
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Connection to the control signal terminal
1. Control signal terminal
.
Pin No
Mouse
RS232C
PS/2
ADB
2
CLK
DATA
3
DATA
Serial
RS232C (option CP-X950E)
Serial mouse (option CP-X950W)
1
4
5
6
SELO
SEL0
7
RTS
RTS
SEL0
RTS
RTS
D-sub 15pin shrink terminal (Male)
8
9
10
GND
+5V
+5V
GND
GND
GND
11
12
13
RDP
14
TDP
TD
15
Caution Turn off the power of both the projector and computer before connecting.
Connect the computer to the control terminal of the projector using an appropriate cable.
Refer to the instruction manual of each device before connecting.
2. Mouse emulation
(1) Connect the projector and the mouse terminal of computer using an appropriate cable, while the projector
and the computer are turn off because mouse emulation don’t work.
(2) Turn on the projector (The ON indicator will light up orange.).
(3) Press the INPUT of the projector or RGB 1/2 button of the remote control transmitter and select the input
connection.
(4) Turn on the computer.
(5) Start mouse emulation mode.
If can not start mouse emulation, reset the computer. (With soft reset or reset switch)
(6) See on the page 9 about to operate the remote control transmitter.
(7) Operation speed of the mouse will vary according to the pressing force on the DISK PAD button.
Caution • In some note computers which have internal pointing device, mouse emulation don’t work
without setting the internal pointing device disabled. In this case, set the internal pointing
device disabled in BIOS setting. After setting in BIOS, operate (1) ~ (5) Please check its
hardware manuals to disable internal pointing device in BIOS setting.
• In some computers, mouse emulation don’t work without the utility program. In this case, see
and check the operating manuals of the computer.
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PS/2 mouse
Projector
1
CLK 2
DATA 3
4
5
SEL0 6
RTS 7
8
+5V 9
GND 10
11
12
13
14
15
ADB (Mac) mouse
Serial mouse
(option CP-X950W)
Projector
1
2
DATA 3
4
5
6
RTS 7
8
+5V 9
GND 10
11
12
13
14
15
Projector
1
2
3
4
5
SELO 6
RTS 7
8
9
GND 10
11
12
13
TD 14
15
Computer
1
2
3
4
5
6
DATA
Mini Din 6pin
GND
+5V
CLK
6
5
4
3
1
2
PS/2 cable
Computer
1
2
3
4
ADB
(POWER ON)
+5V
GND
Mini Din 4pin
4
3
1
2
ADB cable
Computer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CD
RD
TD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
D-sub 9pin
2
1
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
Serial cable (option)
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3. Communication
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Connect the projector and computer using RS 232C cable.
Turn on the computer and after computer is setting up, turn on the projector.
Select the data speed (COM.SPEED) and the data format (COM.BITS) of the projector. (See page 18)
Start communication.
Projector
Computer
1
2
3
4
5
SELO 6
RTS 7
8
9
GND 10
11
12
RDP 13
TDP 14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CD
RD
TD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
DTS
RI
D-sub 9pin
2
1
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4. Control command code
Control command table
Projector→Computer
Reply code
Computer→Projector
Ask code
Default code
Set code
Item
1st
2nd
data
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
data
1st
2nd
MOUSE
11h
05h
+1
20h
05h
31h
05h
+1
40h
05h
COMMUNICATE
11h
06h
+1
20h
06h
31h
06h
+1
40h
06h
POWER
11h
11h
+1
20h
11h
31h
11h
+1
———
ZOOM
11h
12h
+1
———
31h
12h
+1
———
FOCUS
11h
13h
+1
———
31h
13h
+1
———
MIRROR
11h
14h
+1
20h
14h
31h
14h
+1
40h
14h
INPUT
11h
21h
+1
20h
21h
31h
21h
+1
40h
21h
(VIDEO) SYSTEM
12h
22h
+2
20h
22h
32h
22h
+2
40h
22h
VOLUME
11h
23h
+1
20h
23h
31h
23h
+1
40h
23h
MUTE
11h
24h
+1
20h
24h
31h
24h
+1
40h
24h
BRIGHT
13h
31h
+3
20h
31h
33h
31h
+3
40h
31h
CONTRAST
13h
32h
+3
20h
32h
33h
32h
+3
40h
32h
COLOR
13h
33h
+3
20h
33h
33h
33h
+3
40h
33h
TINT
13h
34h
+3
20h
34h
33h
34h
+3
40h
34h
SHARPNESS
13h
35h
+3
20h
35h
33h
35h
+3
40h
35h
H.PHASE
13h
37h
+3
20h
37h
33h
37h
+3
40h
37h
H.SIZE
14h
36h
+4
20h
36h
34h
36h
+4
40h
36h
V.POSIT
14h
3Ah
+4
20h
3Ah
34h
3Ah
+4
40h
3Ah
BLANK
11h
41h
+1
20h
41h
31h
41h
+1
40h
41h
REVEAL
11h
42h
+1
20h
42h
31h
42h
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Connection to the control signal terminal (continued)
Control data table
Item
Data code
MOUSE
00h=stop mouse emulation. 01 ∼ 7Fh=start mouse emulation
COMMUNICATE
0Xh=8N1
1Xh=7N1
X0h=1200bps, X1h=2400bps, X2h=4800bps, X3h=9600bps, X4h=19200bps
POWER
1Eh=Power off (Standby mode), 1Fh=Power on
ZOOM
01-3Fh=Zoom +, 41-7Fh=Zoom- 01, 04 (up) ∼ 3F, 7F (down)
FOCUS
01-3Fh=Focus +, 41-7Fh=Focus- 01, 04 (short) ∼ 3F, 7F (long)
MIRROR
00h=Normal, 01h=H:Invert, 02h=V:Invert, 03h=H & V:Invert
INPUT
11h=VIDEO1, 12h=VIDEO2, 21h=RGB1, 22h=RGB2
VIDEO SYSTEM
00h 00h=Auto, 00h 01h=NTSC, 00h 04h=NTSC4.43
00h 02h=PAL, 00h 03h=SECAM, 00h 05h=M-PAL
VOLUME
00h (min) ∼ 7Fh (max)
MUTE
00h=Mute off, 01h=Mute on
BRIGHT
00h 00h 00h (dark) ∼ 00h 00h 7Fh (brite)
CONTRAST
00h 00h 00h (lower) ∼ 00h 00h 7Fh (higher)
COLOR
00h 00h 20h (less) ∼ 00h 00h 60h (more)
TINT
00h 00h 2Eh (red) ∼ 00h 00h 52h (green)
SHARPNESS
00h 00h 00h (soft) ∼ 00h 00h 64h (sharp)
H.PHASE
00h 00h 00h ∼ 00h 00h 1Fh
H.POSIT
00h 00h 52h 00h (left) ∼ 00h 00h 54h 04h (right)
H.SIZE
00h 00h 00h 06h (narrow) ∼ 00h 00h 48h 0Bh (wide)
V.POSIT
00h 00h 06h 00h (down) ∼ 00h 00h 50h 05h (up)
BLANK
0Xh=Blank off
1Xh=Blank on
bit0 0=Blue off, 1=Blue on,
bit2 0=Red off, 1=Red on,
REVEAL
bit1 0=Green off,
1=Green on
bit3 0=Not change, 1=Change
X1h=Reveal down, X4h=Reveal right, X=0 (slow) ∼ 7 (fast)
Caution If computer sends the undefined command code or data code, Projector can not guarantee
operation.
Command is consisted of 2 command bytes and following data bytes.
1-st byte indicates the kinds of commands and the length of command.
‘0xH’ : Error-reply
Projector sends to computer.
‘1xH’ : Command reply
Projector sends to computer.
‘2xH’ : Ask command
Computer sends to Projector.
‘3xH’ : Set command
Computer sends to Projector.
‘4xH’ : Default set command Computer sends to Projector.
‘5xH’ — ‘FxH’ : Reserved
‘x’ indicates the length of data bytes.
2-nd byte indicates the command code ‘yy’ as command table.
Data table shows the data byte.
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Connection to the control signal terminal (continued)
The procedure of getting the Projector status.
(1) Computer sends the command ’20H’ + ‘yyH’ to Projector.
(2) Projector reply the command ‘1xH’ + ‘yyH’ + data bytes.
The procedure of setting the Projector status
(1) Computer sends the command ‘3xH’ + ‘yyH’ + data bytes.
(2) Projector changes it’s status.
(3) Projector reply the command ‘1xH’ + ‘yyH’ + data bytes which indicate status.
Caution (3) data bytes is not always same as (1) data bytes.
If projector cannot realize the status of (1) data bytes, projector set the proper status and reply
this new setting data bytes or projector reply the error reply ‘0xH’ + ‘yyH’ + data bytes same as
(1).
The procedure of default setting the Projector status
(1) Computer sends the command ’40H’ + ‘yyH’
(2) Projector changes it’s status to default setting.
(3) Projector reply the command ‘1xH’ + ‘yyH’ + data bytes which indicate default.
Caution If projector replys ‘4Dh’, (before command code, etc.) computer ignores ‘4Dh’
The example of command error
(1) Computer sends the command ‘2xH’, ‘3xH’ or ‘4xH’ + ‘yyH’ + data bytes.
(2) Projector doesn’t understand (1) code.
(3) Projector reply the command ‘00H’ + ‘yyH’
The example of data error
(1) Computer sends the command ‘2xH’, ‘3xH’ or ‘4xH’ + ‘yyH’ + data bytes.
(2) Projector doesn’t understand (1) data bytes.
(3) Projector reply the command ‘0xH’ + ‘yyH’ + data bytes same as (1)
The example of framing error
(1) Projector detect framing error.
(2) Projector changes to 1200bps 7N1 if it doesn’t 1200bps 7N1.
(3) Projector replys ’70H’ + ’70H’ 10 times, every 1 second.
(4) When projector receives ’70H’ + ’70H’, it replys ’12H’ + ’03H’ + ’01H’ + ’00H’.
The interval of command bytes and data bytes
(1) The interval of bytes exceeds 500mS.
(2) Projector replys ’70H’ + ’70H’.
(3) Projector wait 1 second for the computer’s any command.
(4) If there is no command from the computer, projector treat as framing error.
Caution • The interval of command bytes and data bytes must be over 1mS and under 500mS. If it is
under 1mS, it may be treat as framing error.
• The interval of Reply code and other codes must be over 40mS.
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Example of system setup
Connecting various equipment.
AC Inlet
VCR with S-VHS out (video model only)
Computer (Note type)
Computer (Desk type)
Audio amplifying equipment
VCR, etc. (video model only)
CRT Display
Caution Turn power off to all devices before connecting.
Refer to the instruction manual of each device before connecting.
Cleaning the air filter
Clean the air filter about every 100 hours or when “CHECK THE AIR FLOW” is displayed.
1
2
Turn off the MAIN POWER switch of the projector and pull
out the power cord.
Remove the air filter from the bottom.
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Cleaning the air filter (continued)
3
Clean the air filter using a vacuum cleaner.
If dirt is still present, wipe the air filter with a cloth moistened with water or neutral detergent and wipe
with a dry cloth.
4
Re-install the air filter.
Caution • If air filter is stutted with dust, etc., protection circuit will turn the power off.
• “CHECK THE AIR FLOW” is displayed when you block the ventilation holes.
Lamp
The following symptoms may indicate a worn lamp :
• A dark picture.
• Displayed message “CHANGE THE LAMP”.
• LAMP indicator lights up red.
The lamp should be replaced, contact your dealer. (Estimated operating time is approximately 2,000 hours)
Also LAMP indicator will light when the lamp becomes too hot.
Turn off the power and let the projector cool for 20 minutes.
Turn on. If LAMP indicator still lights up red, contact your dealer.
Message table
On screen display
The following messages are displayed on the screen.
MESSAGE
CHANGE THE LAMP
“CALL A MAINTENANCE
PERSON.”
Action
Lamp has 1,900 hours on and it may need to be changed.
*1
“CHANGE THE LAMP”
Lamp has 1,980 hours on.
“CALL A MAINTENANCE Call a maintenance person. *1
PERSON.”
Time is 20 ~ 0. (count down.)
“THE POWER WILL TURN
OFF AFTER 20 Hr.”
Blinking of
“CHANGE THE LAMP”
When the lamp has 2,000 hours or more on, the message will blink, and the
power will turns off after 10 minutes.
NO INPUT IS DETECTED
Signal is not input. (See page 19, 20)
SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE
The horizontal frequency of the input signal exceeds the range of the projector, it
cannot be displayed. (See page 20, 21)
CHECK THE AIR FLOW
Clean the air filter or remove the object blocking ventilation holes. (See page 27)
*1 This message is not displayed after 3 minutes.
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But this message is displayed when you turn on the power again.
Indicator display
The ON indicator, LAMP indicator and TEMP indicator will light or blink in the following cases.
Indicator status
ON indicator
Meaning
Remedy
Lights orange
Standby mode
—————————————
Blinks green
During warming up
—————————————
Lights green
During operation
—————————————
Blinks orange
During cooling down
—————————————
Lights red
Under the mode
Under the method
Lamp cannot light
Cool projector by power off for 20 minutes.
Lights red
Temperature inside too high
Correctly reinstall so as not to block ventilation holes.
Blinks red
Cooling fan accidented
Call a maintenance person.
LAMP indicator Lights red
TEMP indicator
When the LAMP indicator lights, turn the power off. If the problem cannot be recovered, contact your dealer.
When you think something wrong
Check the following again before asking for service.
If the trouble cannot be recovered, consult your dealer.
Phenomena
Cause
Check point
Page
Power cannot be turned
on.
•The Main power is not turned on.
•Turn the MAIN POWER switch on.
P12
•The power cord is disconnected.
•Insert the power cord into an AC socket.
P8
No picture and sound
•The setting of the input source is not
correct.
•Set the correct input using the input select
button of the projector or the remote
control.
P8, P9
P12, P16
•Wiring to the projector is not correct.
•Connect the cable correctly.
P8, P27
Only picture is displayed •Wiring to the projector is not correct.
with no sound
•Connect the cable correctly.
P8, P27
•The volume is set to minimum.
•Press the VOL button or press the MENU
button and adjust the volume.
•The unit enters the mute mode.
P9
P8, P9
•Press the MUTE button.
Only sound is heard
without a picture
•Wiring to the projector is not correct.
•Connect the cable correctly.
•The brightness is set fully to the dark side. •Press the MENU button and select
button.
BRIGHT and press the
P8, P27
P15
•Turn the lens cover lever down and lens
cover opens.
Color is weak and tint is
incorrect
The color and tint have been adjusted
incorrectly.
Adjust the color and tint correctly.
P15
Picture is dark
•The brightness and contrast has been
adjusted incorrectly.
•Adjust the brightness and contrast
correctly.
P15
•The lamp has not been adjusted.
•Replace the lamp with a new one.
P28
Focus or H.PHASE is not matched.
Adjust the focus or H.PHASE.
Picture is not clear
P12, P15
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Turn off the power and leave for 20 minutes ;
LAMP indicator lights red.
then turn the power on again.
TEMP indicator lights red.
Inside the projector too hot.
•Do not block the venational holes.
•Clean the air filter.
•Use the projector under 35˚C
temperature.
P6, P29
Specifications
• All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Product name
Liquid crystal projector
Model Name
CP-X950W/E
Display system
3 sheets of liquid crystal panels, 3 primary color lights shutter system
Liquid crystal
panel
Panel size
3.3 cm (1.3 inches)
Drive system
TFT active matrix
Number of pixels
786.432 pixels (V768 × H1,024)
Lens
Zoom lens F=2.3 ∼ 3.0
Lamp
Metal halide lamp 260W
Speaker
2W + 2W (stereo)
Power supply
AC100 ∼ 120V, 5A / AC220 ∼ 240V, 2.2A
Power consumption
370W
Usable temperature range
32 ∼ 95°F
Dimensions (W × H × D)
15.9˝ × 6.4˝ × 12.3˝
Weight
20.0 lbs.
Input/Output
terminal
f=48.1 ∼ 72.1mm
video signal input
terminal
S VIDEO : Mini DIN4-pin terminal
VIDEO : RCA Jack terminal
AUDIO : RCA Jack terminal
RGB input/output
signal terminal
RGB signal : D-sub 15pin shrink terminal (Female)
AUDIO
: Stereo mini jack
Control terminal
D-sub 15pin shrink terminal (Male)
Accessories
Remote control .............................. 1
POWER cord ........... 3 (CP-X950W)
.................................. 2 (CP-X950E)
BATTERIES LR6 .......................... 2
RGB cable ..................................... 1
MAC adaptor ................................. 1
Video/Audio cable .... 1 (CP-X950W)
.......................... (option CP-X950E)
RS232C cable .......... 1 (CP-X950W)
.......................... (option CP-X950E)
Mouse cable ............. 2 (CP-X950W)
.................................. 3 (CP-X950E)
Dimension diagram
12.3"
All dimensions shown in inches.
15.9"
2.1"
6.4"
4.0"
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