Runco | DR-300c | Specifications | Runco DR-300c Specifications

Runco DR-300c Specifications
OWNER’S OPERATING MANUAL
DR-300c Projector
& PFP Controller
Digital Light Processing™ Projector &
Pixel For Pixel™ Controller with Vivix™ Technology
Table of Contents
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 3
Warnings and Safety Precautions .................................................................... 4
Warning .......................................................................................................... 5
Safety Tips ...................................................................................................... 5
Limited Warranty ................................................................................................ 6
Feature and Benefits .......................................................................................... 8
Projector Description ........................................................................................ 9
LED View ........................................................................................................ 9
Side View ........................................................................................................ 9
Projector Placement and Offset Information ................................................ 10
Ceiling Mount Configuration.......................................................................... 10
Floor Mount Configuration ............................................................................ 10
PFP Controller Description .............................................................................. 11
Front Panel .................................................................................................... 11
Rear Panel .................................................................................................... 12
Remote Control Description ............................................................................ 13
Quick Set-up Guide .......................................................................................... 14
Connection Example .................................................................................... 14
Overall Functional Description........................................................................ 15
Menu Description and Navigation .................................................................. 16
Menu Tree .................................................................................................... 16
Main Menu .................................................................................................... 16
Picture Quality Adjustments............................................................................ 18
Main Menu .................................................................................................... 18
Installation Menu................................................................................................21
Installation Menu ............................................................................................21
Screen Type ..................................................................................................21
16:9 Position ..................................................................................................22
Keystone ........................................................................................................22
Picture Orientation..........................................................................................23
Lamp Hours ....................................................................................................23
System Reset ................................................................................................23
Quick Menu ...................................................................................................... 24
Basic Troubleshooting Tips..............................................................................25
RS-232 Communications ..................................................................................27
RS-232 Commands ........................................................................................28
Dimensions........................................................................................................ 30
Specifications.................................................................................................... 32
1
2
Introduction
The DR-300c is Runco's second generation in the award winning Reflection series of
DLP™ projectors. With a native resolution of 1024 x 768, the DR-300c is fully DTV compatible, and will accept and display all ATSC HDTV formats including 720p and 1080i. With an
incredible 1000 ANSI lumen light output capability, the DR-300c can deliver the big screen
home theater experience. The projector’s sleek high-tech design gives it a small footprint,
while its features - including electronic keystone correction - add flexibility and versatility necessary for challenging installations. This versatility combined with the DR-300’s excellent picture quality make it the perfect solution for a maintenance free big screen home theater. The
DR-300c's PFP™ (Pixel For Pixel™) Controller provides superb pixel for pixel video processing, full aspect ratio control (4:3, letterbox, and anamorphic) allowing it to be used with either
a 4:3 or a wide aspect ratio screen, and also provides all picture controls for ease of setup.
Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1000 ANSI Lumens of light output
Multiple aspect ratios: 4:3, letterbox, anamorphic
Electronic keystone correction
Native 1024 x 768, Widescreen 1024 X 576
DTV capable (via outboard DTV decoder); 480p, 720p, 1080i
PAL compatible
3:2 Pull down detection
Can be configured for 16:9 screens, 4:3 screens, or 16:9 screens with an anamorphic lens
(optional).
Included Accessories
• Owner’s manual
• Remote control
• Power cables (one for Projector, one for PFP Controller)
• The Installer friendly “Slam Dunk” cable (Includes all necessary input extensions)
3
Warnings and Safety Precautions
CAUTION:
To turn off main power, be sure to remove the plugs from power outlets. The power outlet
socket should be installed as near to the equipment as possible, and should be easily
accessible.
REMARQUE:
Pour mettre l’appareil hors circut, s’assurer de retirer la fiche de la prise d’alimentation.
La prise d’alimentation doit être installé aussi proche que possible de l’appareil et doit être
facile d’ accès.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. ALSO DO
NOT USE THIS UNIT’S POLARIZED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLETS, UNLESS THE PRONGS CAN BE FULLY INSERTED. REFRAIN FROM OPENING THE CABINET AS
THERE ARE HIGH-VOLTAGE COMPONENTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
AVERTISSEMENT
POUR EVITER UN FEU OU UN RISQUE D’ELECTROCUTION NE PAS EXPOSER CET ENSEMBLE A LA
PLUIE OU A L’HUMIDITE; DE MEME, NE PAS BRANCHER LA PRISE POLAIRE AVEC UNE RALLONGE A
MOINS QUE LES DENTS DE LA PREMIERE NE S’Y INSERENT PLEINEMENT.
EVITER D’OUVRIR LE COFFRET CAR IL Y A, A L’INTERIEUR, DES COMPOSANTS SOUMIS A UNE HAUTETENSION; POUR LES REPARATIONS, S’ADRESSER A UN PERSONNEL QUALIFIE.
4
WARNING
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 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 installation 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.
DOC compliance Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
DOC avis de conformation
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Réglement sur le Matériel
D’interférence du Canada.
SAFETY TIPS
Please read and follow the safety precautions listed below to ensure the equipment is
free from damage, and to ensure that no injury will occur as a result of improper use.
· Do not insert any object, especially metal or liquids, into the Projector or PFP Controller.
· Do not place any objects containing water or any other liquid on top of the Projector
or PFP Controller.
· Do not place the units in direct sunlight, near heaters or in extremely dusty or humid
locations.
· Do not install this system outdoors or otherwise exposed to the elements.
· Do not place heavy objects on top of the Projector or Controller.
· If the power cord is damaged or frayed in any way, electrical shock and/or fire may result.
Please do not place objects on the power cord, and keep the cord away from heat-emitting
devices. Should the power cord become damaged in any way, please contact your Runco
dealer for a replacement cord.
· Do not remove the cover of the Projector or PFP Controller for any reason. If any problems
arise with the unit, please contact a Runco dealer or Runco International for service.
Removing the covers will void the warranty.
5
Limited Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY
Congratulations on your purchase of a Runco video product and welcome to the Runco family! We
believe Runco produces “The World’s Finest Home Theater Products”. With proper installation, setup
and care, you should enjoy many years of unparalleled video performance. Please read this consumer protection plan carefully and retain it with your other important documents.
This is a LIMITED WARRANTY as defined by the U.S. Consumer Product Warranty and Federal
Trade Commission Improvement Act.
WHAT IS COVERED UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY:
SERVICE LABOR: Runco will pay for service labor by an approved Runco service center when needed as a result of manufacturing for a period of two (2) years from the effective date of delivery to the
end user.
PARTS (Not including projector lamp): Runco will provide new or rebuilt replacement parts for the
parts that fail due to defects in materials or workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the effective date of the warranty. Such replacement parts are then subsequently warranted for the remaining
portion (if any) of the original warranty period.
LAMP: Six months or 1000 hours (which ever comes first).
WHAT IS NOT COVERED UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY:
This warranty only covers failure due to defects in materials and workmanship that occur during normal use and does not cover normal maintenance. This warranty does not cover cabinets or any
appearance item; any damage to laser discs; failure resulting from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect,
mishandling, misapplication, faulty or improper installation or setup adjustments; improper maintenance, alteration, improper use of any input signal; damage due to lightning or power line surges,
spikes and brownouts; damage that occurs during shipping or transit; or damage that is attributed to
acts of God. In the case of remote control units, damage resulting from leaking, old, damaged or
improper batteries is also excluded from coverage under this warranty.
CAUTION: DAMAGE RESULTING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM IMPROPER INSTALLATION
OR SETUP IS SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED FROM COVERAGE UNDER THIS WARRANTY. IT IS
IMPERATIVE THAT INSTALLATION AND SETUP WORK BE PERFORMED ONLY BY AN AUTHORIZED RUNCO DEALER TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THIS WARRANTY. THIS WILL
ALSO ENSURE THAT YOU ENJOY THE FINE PERFORMANCE YOUR RUNCO PRODUCT IS
CAPABLE OF PROVIDING WHEN INSTALLED AND CALIBRATED BY RUNCO AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL.
RIGHTS, LIMITS AND EXCLUSIONS:
Runco limits its obligations under any implied warranties under state laws to a period not to exceed
the warranty period. There are no express warranties. Runco also excludes any obligation on its part
for incidental or consequential damages related to the failure of this product to function properly.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some states do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. So the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights that vary from state to state.
6
EFFECTIVE WARRANTY DATE:
This warranty begins on the effective date of delivery to the end user. For your convenience, keep the
original bill of sale as evidence of the purchase date.
IMPORTANT: WARRANTY REGISTRATION:
Please fill out and mail your warranty registration card. It is imperative that Runco knows how to reach
you promptly if we should discover a safety problem or product update for which you must be notified.
TO OBTAIN SERVICE, CONTACT YOUR RUNCO DEALER:
Repairs made under the terms of the Limited Warranty covering your Runco International video product will be performed at the location of the product, during usual working hours, providing location of
product is within normal operating distance from a Runco Authorized Service Center. If, solely in
Runco’s judgement, location of product to be repaired is beyond normal operating distance of the
closest Runco Authorized Service Center, it is the owner’s responsibility to arrange for shipment of the
product for repair. These arrangements must be made through the selling Runco dealer. If this is not
possible, contact Runco directly for a return authorization number and shipping instructions. Runco
will return product transportation prepaid in the United States, unless no product defect is discovered.
In that instance, shipping costs will be the responsibility of the owner.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
To locate the name and address of the nearest Runco Authorized Service location, or for additional
information about this warranty, please call, write or visit our website:
CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT
RUNCO INTERNATIONAL
2463 Tripaldi Way
Hayward, CA 94545
Ph: (510) 293-9154 / Fax: (510) 293-0201
www.runco.com
7
Features and Benefits
The DR-300c system is a very unique system and has many important features, including:
• Full control of the Projector via the PFP Controller. This control includes all image quality
adjustments as well as Projector adjustments such as image configuration.
• 1000 ANSI lumens light output.
• Reliable lamp with 1000 hour life span.
• Native 1024 x 768, Widescreen 1024 X 576
• RGB/Component (via 15 pin connector) port for DTV or computer signals. RGB and
Component signals are automatically detected by the Projector for ease of operation.
• An adaptive two-dimensional comb filter that greatly reduces artifacts when using
Composite video.
• A Luma edge enhancement circuit makes the edges of objects appear sharper without the
ringing and noise associated with traditional sharpness circuits.
• A Chroma edge enhancement circuit is included to compensate for lower chroma resolution
found in composite and S-Video.
• Inverse telecine (3:2 pulldown) detection and processing allows the scaler to almost
completely eliminate interlace artifacts associated with other scalers.
• System can be configured for 4:3 screens, 16:9 screens or 16:9 screens with an anamorphic lens installed.
• Aspect ratio control for either 16:9 or 4:3 screens provides anamorphic, 4:3 and letterbox
ratios.
• A Time Base corrector circuit is provided for unstable sources such as VCRs.
• 12v outputs for drop screens and screen masking.
• Automatic switching between NTSC and PAL signals.
• Fully RS-232 controllable, with direct access to sources and aspect ratios.
• A simple remote controls all aspects of operation, and includes discreet on/off, aspect ratio
and source selection commands.
8
Projector Description
Top View
Lens
Lens adjustments
• Outer ring focuses the lens
• Inner ring zooms the image
Status LED: indicates status of
Projector, including any faults.
See page 26 for fault indications.
Status
Power
IR Receiver: Receives infrared
commands from the Projector’s
remote (not used in the DR-300c
system).
Power Indication:
Green = Operation
Blinking = Warming up/cooling
down
Orange = Standby
Input Panel
S-Video
Video
RGB / Component / HD
Power Inlet
ComLink
Input Panel
Bottom view of Projector
Lamp access door
(small flathead screwdriver required for removal of lamp)
9
Projector Placement and Offset Information
Ceiling Mount Configuration
6.090
2.842
1.895
B
Projector Base
1.745
Base plate to center of lens
3.398
C
angle
A
Screen Top
Half Screen
Length
Screen Center
Full Screen Length
Screen __________ (H) x __________ (W)
NOTE: These figures
are the same for both
ceiling and floor
configurations. The
offset figures are with
the “16:9 Position”
setting in the CENTER
position (see page 22).
B) THROW DISTANCE FOR 4 x 3 or 16 x 9 SCREENS:
Minimum: = (screen width x 2.0) = __________ inches
Maximum: = (screen width x 2.3) = __________ inches
C) VERTICAL OFFSET:
Distance between lens center and top edge of viewing area (bottom edge for floor mount):
For use on 4 x 3 ratio screens: (screen width x .173) = __________ inches
For use on 16 x 9 ratio screens: (screen width x .265) = __________ inches
Screen Top
Full Screen Length
Screen Center
Floor Mount Configuration
Half Screen
Length
A
C
angle
4.028
3.398
1.745
Base plate to center of lens
Projector Base
B
10
PFP Controller Description
Front Panel
1
2
3
ratio
<
enter
>
i
n
p
u
t
menu
<
<
ratio
TM
PIXEL
6
4
IR RECEIVER
Receives the infrared signal from the remote control.
2.
POWER BUTTON
Turns the unit ON or OFF. The Main Power switch on the rear of the unit must be on first for this button to be active.
3.
POWER INDICATOR
When the PFP Controller is ON, this LED will illuminate GREEN. When the unit is OFF or in STANDBY, this LED will
illuminate RED. A flashing red light indicates a fault. If this happens, unplug the unit for 2 minutes and re-try. A yellow
LED indicates a communication problem; double check that the ComLink cable is connected properly (page 10).
4.
LED DISPLAY
Indicates the model number, current source, resolution and aspect ratio.
5.
UP BUTTON
When no menu is present on-screen, this button will toggle you through the different aspect ratios.
When the menu is on-screen, the UP button will move the cursor up within a menu.
When an adjustment item has been selected (i.e. brightness), the UP button will increase the value of that function.
6.
LEFT BUTTON
When no menu is present on-screen, the LEFT button will toggle you through the four different sources, in the order of:
Component
7
8
S-Video
9
PIXEL
1.
RGB/Component
5
FOR
10
Composite
7.
ENTER BUTTON
When an item is highlighted on the On-Screen Display, the ENTER button will select the item. When in the
RGB/Component source and the installation mode is active, the ENTER button will enable the ‘Quick Menu’ on the front
panel, which allows you to shift or blank the HD or computer image (see pg. 24).
8.
DOWN BUTTON
When no menu is present on-screen, this button will toggle you through the different aspect ratios.
When the menu is on-screen, the DOWN button will move the cursor down within a menu.
When an adjustment item has been selected (i.e. brightness), the DOWN button will decrease the value of that function.
9.
RIGHT BUTTON
When no menus are present on-screen, the RIGHT button will toggle you through the four different sources, in the order of:
Composite
S-Video
Component
RGB/Component
10. MENU BUTTON
The MENU button brings up the main adjustment menu. After making adjustments, the MENU button will bring you back to
the sub-menu, then to the main menu. The menu will then either time-out after approximately 10 seconds, or pressing the
MENU button will remove the menu immediately.
11
Rear Panel
5
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
!
RUNCO INTERNATIONAL
HAYWARD, CA
MADE IN USA
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE-NE PAS OUVRIR
COMLINK OUT
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE CENTER.
12V FUSE
RGB OUTPUT
RS-232 IN
MASK
V
H
B
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
VIDEO INPUTS
G
R
RGB/COMPONENT
Y
Pr
Pb
AC 120V 60Hz, 15W
S-VIDEO COMPOSITE
SCREEN
MADE IN USA
12V TRIGGER
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11 12
13
1.
12v FUSE
This fuse protects the 12v outputs from the MASK and SCREEN jacks.
(Screen Fuse: 5mm x 25mm, AGC, 0.5A, 250V, Fast Blow)
2.
MASK
This is a 12V output that can be used to trigger curtains, lifts, etc. (1/4A maximum load).
3.
SCREEN
This is a 12V output that can be used to trigger curtains, lifts, etc. (1/4A maximum load).
4.
RS-232 IN
This is for systems using serial (RS-232) to control the PFP Controller.
Please refer to page 27 for RS-232 protocol and information.
5.
COMLINK OUT
The output of this jack must be connected to the ComLink input of the DR-300c. If this is not connected, neither
the PFP Controller or the Projector can operate and the power indicator on the front panel will stay yellow.
6.
RGB OUTPUT
This is the main output of the PFP Controller. The RGB Signal goes directly to the Projector. If
Component is used through the RGB/Component, then only the R (Pr), G(Y) and B(Pb) jacks will be active.
Individually, the jacks are: V=vertical sync, H=horizontal sync, B=Blue, G=Green, R=Red.
7.
RGB/COMPONENT
Anything input to this port will by-pass the processing of the PFP Controller and be sent straight to the display. This is useful for computer graphics and HDTV signals which do not require processing.
8.
COMPONENT INPUT
This is the input for Component Video from sources such as DVD players.
Note: The component output from a DTV decoder or a progressive-scan DVD cannot be used with this port;
it must be used with the RGB/Component port.
9.
S-VIDEO INPUT
This is the input for S-Video from sources such as Satellite receivers, S-VHS VCR’s and DVD players.
10. COMPOSITE VIDEO INPUT
This is the input for Composite Video from sources such as laser disc players, VCRs and other misc. sources.
11. POWER INPUT
Plug in Main Power here.
12. 115 VAC FUSE
This is the main AC Input fuse (.5A/250V).
13. MAIN POWER SWITCH
Disconnects or applies main power to the Controller.
12
Remote Control Description
A. IR OUTPUT INDICATOR
Illuminates when a button is pressed, indicating that an IR signal is being
transmitted.
A
B
B. POWER BUTTON
Toggles the power on and off. For a discrete on or off command, you can
use the direct access buttons (see 'J'). Note: When the main AC power
switch is first turned ON, the PFP Controller will go through an initiation
cycle for approximately 15 seconds. The PFP Controller cannot be turned
on or operated until the initialization is complete.
G
D
C. UP BUTTON
When no menus are present on-screen, the UP button will toggle you
through aspect ratios in the following order:
Letterbox
Standard (4:3)
Anamorphic
When the menu is on-screen, the UP button will move the cursor up within
the menu. When an adjustment item has been selected (i.e. brightness),
the UP button will increase the value of that function.
PWR
C
I
N
P
U
T
I
N
P
U
T
M
I
F
H
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
J
D. LEFT BUTTON
When no menus are present on-screen, the LEFT button will toggle you
through the four different sources in the following order:
RGB/Component
Component
S-Video
Composite
When no menus are present on-screen, the DOWN button will toggle you
through aspect ratios in the following order:
Anamorphic
Standard (4:3)
Letterbox
When the menu is on-screen, the DOWN button will move the cursor
down within the menu. When an adjustment item has been selected (i.e.
brightness), the DOWN button will decrease the value of that function.
RUNCO
RIGHT BUTTON
When no menus are present on-screen, the RIGHT button will toggle you
through the four different sources in the following order:
Composite
S-Video
Component
RGB/Component
G. MENU BUTTON
Pressing the MENU button will bring up the main menu. If no action is
taken within approximately 10 seconds, the menu will time-out (disappear).
Also, if you are in an adjustment mode or function, pressing MENU will
bring the menu back one level.
H. ENTER BUTTON
When an item is highlighted on a menu, pressing ENTER will select that
item.
I.
0
ON
E. DOWN BUTTON
F.
OFF
9
PROGRAM BUTTON
If the remote control loses its 'memory' as a result of weak or dead batteries, it must be re-programmed for the PFP Controller's code set.
To reprogram the remote, press the PROGRAM button followed by 0,1,3.
Note: Pressing Enter after typing in the code is not necessary.
13
J. DIRECT ACCESS BUTTONS
These buttons will allow you to directly
access an aspect ratio, source, or turn the
unit on or off without having to go through
any menus. These buttons are:
1: Selects COMPOSITE video
2: Selects S-VIDEO
3: Selects COMPONENT video
4: Not used
5: Selects RGB/COMPONENT
6: Enables or disables the Installation
Menu (see page 21)
7: Selects the ANAMORPHIC aspect ratio
8: Selects the STANDARD (4:3) aspect ratio
9: Selects the LETTERBOX aspect ratio
0: Turns the PFP Controller ON.
OFF: Also known as the button left of '0',
this turns the PFP Controller OFF.
Quick Set-up Guide
Connection Examples
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
!
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE-NE PAS OUVRIR
COMLINK OUT
RUNCO INTERNATIONAL
HAYWARD, CA
MADE IN USA
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE CENTER.
12V FUSE
RGB OUTPUT
RS-232 IN
MASK
V
H
B
VIDEO INPUTS
G
R
RGB/COMPONENT
Y
Pr
Pb
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
AC 120V 60Hz, 15W
S-VIDEO COMPOSITE
SCREEN
MADE IN USA
12V TRIGGER
Automation
System
To DR-300c
DTV decoder,
Progressive DVD
or Computer
DVD Player
VCR, Laser
disc player,
camcorders
Sattelite
receiver or
SVHS player
While there are many different ways to connect your source equipment to your PFP
Controller, the examples shown above are the most common and are recommended by
Runco.
• COMPOSITE VIDEO INPUT:
Composite video is the most common type of signal used, but is also the lowest in picture
quality. Many sources have outputs that are limited to Composite video, such as some VCR’s
and camcorders. Others, such as laser disc players, actually produce slightly better results
when using Composite video. While the PFP Controller has an excellent decoder for
Composite video, it is recommended that Composite video be used only if necessary.
• S-VIDEO INPUT
S-Video is the second-best type of signal that can be used, but is MUCH better than
Composite video. Using such sources as satellite receivers, high-quality VCRs and DVD players (with no Component output) will produce a MUCH cleaner and sharper signal. Decoder
artifacts that are associated with Composite video (dot crawl and ‘rainbows’) are non-existent
when using S-Video.
• COMPONENT INPUT
Component video is the best type of signal that can be used. The most common sources that
use Component outputs are DVD players, and it is highly recommended that Component be
used when possible. Component video goes one step beyond S-Video in picture quality;
chroma (color) information is more resolved and the overall picture appears more welldefined.
• RGB/COMPONENT INPUT
This port is where all high-resolution signals (such as computers, DTV decoders and progressive DVD players) must be input. The signal type can be either RGBHV or Component and is
not processed by the PFP Controller.
14
Overall Functional Description
The DR-300c system consists of the PFP Controller and the DR-300c Projector. This system is unique in the way it is controlled; the control center for this system is located within the
PFP Controller. The PFP Controller tells the Projector to turn on or off, controls its brightness,
contrast, color temperature and more. All of this is accomplished by Runco's unique ComLink,
which is the transfer of information between the PFP Controller and the Projector via their
ComLink ports on a CAT5 cable with RJ-11 ends. Therefore, only the PFP Controller's remote
control is necessary to control all aspects of this system.
Besides being the system's control center, the PFP Controller is also a high-quality scaler,
which outputs all signals in the native resolution of the DR-300c Projector. The Composite, Svideo and Component (non-progressive) signals are sent through the PFP Controller's 10-bit
decoder, de-interlaced, then scaled to the native resolution of the Projector. In the case of
HDTV or progressive DVD signals, these are input to the RGB/Component port.
In the next chapter, the menu system will be described in detail. There are many adjustments
available to perfect the DR-300c's image, including typical 'front-panel controls' as well as
color temperature and other image-quality controls.
15
Menu Description and Navigation
Menu Tree
Input Select:
Tint
Color
Composite
Brightness
S-Video
Contrast
>Component
High Definition:
RGB/Component
Aspect Ratio Select
Installer Adjust
Sharpness
Luma Enhance*
Chroma Enhance*
Color Temperature*
Color Balance*
Anamorphic
Standard 4:3
Letterbox
4:3 Screen
16:9 Screen
Anamorphic Lens
16:9 Position
Keystone
Picture Orientation
Lamp Hours
20
The menu tree above is an overall glance at the menu system in the DR-300c. This menu is
shown with the installation mode enabled.
* These menu items will only appear if the installation mode is enabled (pg. 21).
Main Menu
The main menu includes three main sections: Source Selection (Composite, S-Video,
Component and RGB/Component), Aspect Ratio and Installation. Highlight an item on
the screen using the green selection cursor and press ENTER on the remote or front panel to
select and make adjustments.
16
Source Selection is done by highlighting the desired source with the up or down arrows
and pressing ENTER. Sources may also be selected by pressing the left or right arrows on
the front panel or remote, or by one of the direct access buttons on the remote (pg. 13).
Picture adjustments such as color, tint, brightness, etc, are unique per source.
Aspect Ratio selection is done by highlighting 'Aspect Ratio' on the main menu and pressing enter. The Aspect Ratio menu will then appear; and either ANAMORPHIC, LETTERBOX
or 4:3 may be selected. Aspect ratios may also be selected by pressing either the up or down
arrow buttons, or by one of the direct access buttons on the remote. Blanking and shift
adjustments are unique per aspect ratio.
Installation is used for adjustments usually made during the initial installation. This
includes Screen Type, Keystone and Picture Orientation. ‘Screen Type’ tells the PFP
Controller what aspect ratio screen the system will be used on (either a standard 4:3 screen
or a 16:9 screen or 16:9 screen with an anamorphic lens installed) and to output the three
aspect ratios accordingly. ‘16:9 position’ sets the position of the image on the DMD to top,
center, or bottom for installation flexibility (pg. 22). This is only applicable if ‘16:9 screen’ is
selected. Also, the age of the lamp in the Projector (lamp hours) may be checked in the
Installation Menu.
17
Picture Quality Adjustments
Main Menu
TINT
COLOR
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
LUMA ENHANCE*
CHROMA ENHANCE*
COLOR TEMPERATURE*
COLOR BALANCE*
> COMPOSITE
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
RGB/COMPONENT
ASPECT RATIO SELECT
INSTALLER ADJUST
sub-menu
* Active only when the installation mode is
enabled (pg. 21).
Picture quality adjustments (also known as "Front Panel Controls") are the controls that change different parameters of the image such as the amount of color, black level, etc. While these adjustments
can be set to suit the needs of the user, there is a way to set these properly. This section will describe
what each function does and how to adjust them properly.
To access the Picture Quality Adjustments, press MENU, highlight the active source (indicated by the
arrow) and press ENTER. The picture quality sub-menu will then appear (see above).
To make an adjustment to a particular function, highlight the function with the up or down arrow buttons and press ENTER. Once the function is on-screen (i.e. brightness), pressing the UP arrow button
on the remote or front panel will increase the value of that function; pressing the DOWN arrow on the
remote or front panel will decrease the value of that function.
While each of the picture quality adjustments can be set to suit the needs of the user, there is a 'proper' way to set the adjustments. For setting TINT and COLOR, please refer to the color bar test pattern
below.
blue
red
magenta
green
cyan
yellow
white
NOTE: A BLUE FILTER must be used so only the blue color bars can be seen; if no blue color filter is
available, see if the display device has the ability to mute (turn off) the red and green colors via its
menu structure (most CRT Projectors have this feature). Blue filters are provided with the Video
Essentials or AVIA test DVDs.
Tall color bars
Short color bars
Tint
Color
18
TINT (also known as 'hue') is essentially the ratio of red to green in the color portion of the
image. If TINT is decreased, the image will appear redder, and increasing it will cause the
image to appear greener. To set TINT properly, look at the color bar pattern through a blue filter (or mute the red and green outputs). Adjust TINT until the middle two tall color bars match
the middle short color bars (see color bar drawing).
COLOR (also known as 'saturation') increases or decreases the amount of color in the
image. To set COLOR properly, look at the color bar pattern through a blue filter (or mute the
red and green outputs). Adjust COLOR until the outer two tall color bars match the outer
short color bars (see color bar drawing).
For setting CONTRAST and BRIGHTNESS, please refer to the PLUGE pattern below:
Increase contrast until
this bar no longer gets
visibly brighter, then
decrease contrast slightly
until a small change in
intensity occurs.
Below black
Above black
CONTRAST adjusts the white level of the image.Adjust contrast until there is a distinct definition between the two brightest bars.
NOTE: For best results, Runco recommends that CONTRAST be set to '0' or very close to it.
BRIGHTNESS adjusts the black level of the image. To adjust this properly, adjust BRIGHTNESS until the 'below black' bar JUST disappears, but the 'above black' bar is still barely
visible.
NOTE: Some DVD players cannot pass the 'blacker than black' bar (they won't pass
PLUGE), and that bar will never be visible. In a case like this, adjust the 'above black' bar
until it is slightly brighter than the background that surrounds it.
19
SHARPNESS adjusts the amount of high-frequency detail in the image. This can be adjusted
to the preference of the user. Keep in mind that when SHARPNESS is decreased, fine details
in the image will become 'soft'; when it is increased, fine details will become sharper but will
also make the picture appear 'noisy' if adjusted too high.
LUMA ENHANCE* acts as an edge enhancement, especially around black to white transitions in the image. Essentially, this has the same characteristics as sharpness but affects the
edges of objects far more that the rest of the image.
FREQUENCIES HIGH/LOW affect the overall range of the LUMA ENHANCE feature. For
example, if using a lower-quality video source such as a VCR, the FREQUENCIES should be
set to LOW. For a good quality source such as a DVD player, set FREQUENCIES to HIGH.
To set FREQUENCIES, press ENTER while LUMA ENHANCE is on-screen.
CHROMA ENHANCE* acts as an edge enhancement, especially around color transitions in
the image. Essentially, this has the same characteristics as sharpness but affects the edges
of objects far more that the rest of the image.
FREQUENCIES HIGH/LOW affect the overall range of the CHROMA ENHANCE feature. For
example, if using a lower-quality video source such as a VCR, the FREQUENCIES should be
set to LOW. For a good quality source such as a DVD player, set FREQUENCIES to HIGH.
To set FREQUENCIES, press ENTER while CHROMA ENHANCE is on-screen.
COLOR TEMPERATURE* sets the overall color balance of the image. When you select color
temperature, you’ll have three choices - Temperature1, Temperature2, and Temperature3.
Temperature 1 raises the black level and changes the flesh tones slightly towards the green;
better for use in a semi-lighted room. Temperature 2 is the default setting; it produces proper
flesh tones and black levels for use in a light-controlled environment. Temperature 3 is the
same as Temperature 1, but with higher black levels for areas of excess ambient light.
COLOR BALANCE* adjusts the actual grey scale of the image. The ‘Offset’ adjustments
affect the darker areas of the image, and the ‘Gain’ adjustments affect the brighter areas of
the image. For example, if there is too much red in the dark areas of the image, decrease
‘Red Offset’. If there is too little blue in the brightest areas of the image, increase ‘Blue Gain’.
* Active only when the Installation mode is enabled (pg. 21).
20
Installation Menu
Installation Menu
The Installation menu is where you can adjust the Image Orientation, as
well as set the type of screen (4:3 or 16:9), shift the image or set blanking, and even check the age of the lamp in the Projector.
When the PFP Controller is turned on for the first time, the INSTALLATION item will not appear in the main menu. To enable the INSTALLATION menu, there are two options:
INSTALLATION
4:3 Screen
> 16:9 Screen
Anamorphic Lens
· With the processor ON and no menus on-screen, simultaneously press
the ENTER, UP and LEFT buttons (you don't need to hold them down).
Release the three buttons and press MENU, ensure INSTALLATION is
now on the bottom of the main menu.
16:9 Position
· With the remote control, press button 6 (with no menus on-screen).
After pressing '6', press MENU and ensure INSTALLATION is now on the
bottom of the main menu.
Lamp Hours
Keystone
Picture Orientation
20
After INSTALLATION has been accessed, press MENU, highlight
INSTALLATION and press ENTER. This will bring up the INSTALLATION
MENU, shown to the right:
Screen Type
This is where you tell the system what aspect ratio screen you are using, and whether or not you are
using an anamorphic lens. This MUST be set first before using the system, as the aspect ratios the
PFP Controller creates will be dependent on this setting.
There are three options for setting the screen type:
16:9 screen: If you have a 16:9 aspect screen and are NOT using an anamorphic lens, set 'Define
screen type' to this. This will allow the system to provide anamorphic and letterbox aspect ratios that
will fill the screen, and a 4:3 aspect ratio that will occupy the center of the 16:9 screen.
4:3 screen: If you have a 4:3 screen, set 'Define screen type' to this. This will allow the system to create a full 4:3 image that will fill the screen, and an anamorphic and letterbox aspect ratios will be centered vertically on the 4:3 screen.
16:9 screen with an anamorphic lens: This setting is only applicable if you are using the projector with
an outboard anamorphic lens. The aspect ratios created by the PFP Controller will appear the same
as on the "16:9 screen" setting, but will be vertically stretched on the DMD to accommodate the
anamorphic lens.
21
16:9 Position
A coarse shift adjustment that allows a 16:9 image to be displayed on either the CENTER (default),
TOP or BOTTOM of the device. This is extremely helpful in installations where the Vertical Offset (see
page 10) cannot be precisely attained. Please refer to the drawings below:
Active Video Area
Active Video Area
Active Video Area
TOP Position
CENTER Position (default)
BOTTOM Position
The 16:9 POSITION feature can be used in lieu of angling the projector and using keystone.
It can ONLY be used on 16:9 screens and CANNOT be used if an anamorphic lens is installed on the
projector.
NOTE: High definition or computer sources input to the RGB/Component port may require additional
positioning adjustments. If so, please refer to the Quick Menu on page 24.
Keystone
KEYSTONE: Corrects the trapezoidal distortion that results from projecting at an angle:
A correctly adjusted image
An image with Keystone error
This may occur in installations where the projector needed to be angled as a result of a larger vertical
offset. This keystone feature will correct for trapezoidal distortion for as much as a 15° projector
angle.
22
Picture Orientation
This will set the orientation of the image for your installation. If the Projector will be mounted
on a table, set this for Floor. If mounting it on the ceiling, select Ceiling. For two-mirror or
‘straight-shot’ rear-screen applications, select floor rear or ceiling rear as appropriate.
Lamp Hours
Lamp Hours displays the number of hours the lamp has been on. With the DR-300c, the lamp
life is around 1000 hours. This should be checked periodically to keep track of the lamp's
age, and when the lamp is around 1000 hours old, a new one should be installed to prevent
lamp failure, including implosion.
System Reset
In the event that your PFP Controller appears to have a software problem, or adjustments
have been made so far out of range that the image is no longer on-screen or discernable,
you can reset it back to factory values. This sets ALL settings back to factory values, so any
adjustments made previously will be lost.
To reset your DR-300c PFP Controller, follow this procedure:
·
·
Turn off the MAIN POWER switch on the back of the processor
Hold down the DOWN ARROW button, and turn the MAIN POWER SWITCH back
on. Continue holding the down arrow button until the LED on the front panel blinks,
then release the down arrow button.
Once this is done, your processor has been completely reset to factory values. After resetting
the unit, Composite video will be the active source.
SYSTEM RESET is not on any of the menus; it must be performed using the instructions
above.
23
Quick Menu
The 'Quick Menu' allows you to position and blank any signal sent through the RGB/Component input.
This can be done without having to go through the standard menu, as the Quick Menu is done completely from the front panel.
The Quick Menu is only available when you are in the RGB/Component source, and the installation mode is active (pg. 21).
To use the quick menu, press ENTER on the front panel, and observe the front panel display. The following will be displayed:
Quick Menu: Shifting
Press arrows or enter...
The first mode of the Quick Menu is SHIFTING. When this is displayed, press the up, down, left or
right arrows to shift the image. For all of the adjustments, the quick menu will time-out 10 seconds
from the last button press, so ensure that you make the adjustments within that time.
If you do not need to make any position adjustments or you have completed making them, press
ENTER again to display the next mode of the shift menu, which is for TOP BLANKING:
Quick Menu: Top Blanking
Press arrows or enter...
To adjust top blanking, press the up or down arrow buttons. Once the adjustments have been completed, or no adjustment was needed, press ENTER. The final mode of the quick menu will be displayed, which is for BOTTOM BLANKING:
Quick Menu: Bottom Blanking
Press arrows or enter...
To adjust bottom blanking, press the up or down arrow buttons. Once the adjustments have been
completed, or no adjustment was needed, press ENTER. You will then exit the quick menu. If you
need to re-adjust or touch up any of the three adjustments, press ENTER again to re-enter the quick
menu.
24
Basic Troubleshooting Tips
The following is a basic troubleshooting guide that can assist you in resolving typical problems may result in normal operation. If you have encountered problems that are not listed in
this guide, please contact your Runco dealer for assistance.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
The projector does not turn on
after initial installation. The
Power LED on the front of the
PFP Controller stays yellow
after the power button is
pressed.
· The RJ-11 (ComLink) cable is
not connected between the PFP
Controller and Projector, or is
made improperly.
· The projector is not plugged in,
or its AC outlet is not active.
Look at its power LED inside the
input panel and see if it is illuminated.
· Use a standard RJ-11
phone-type cord. Ensure it is
firmly plugged into both the
Controller and the Projector.
· Ensure there is good continuity in the RJ-11 cable.
· Verify that the AC outlet is
active, or that the Projector is
plugged in.
The projector and PFP
Controller are both on, but
there is no video image onscreen.
· The PFP Controller is on the
wrong source.
· The PFP Controller is on the
correct source, but the source
itself is off.
· Press MENU on the
Projector's remote, and look
to see which source is active
(the arrow will be pointing to
the active source). Select the
correct source as appropriate.
· Turn on the source. It is recommended that all sources be
turned on first BEFORE the
DR-300c.
The projector is producing a
'split screen' or an otherwise
scrambled image.
· A progressive scan DVD is
plugged into Component input
rather than the RGB/Component
input.
· Only NTSC/PAL can be input
to the Component input.
Progressive scan must go into
RGB/Component.
The image appears too bright,
and there is a loss of definition
in the brightest areas of the
image.
· Contrast is set too high.
· The DVD player is set for a
high-level output.
· The video signal has not been
terminated properly somewhere
in the system.
· Turn down the CONTRAST
level on the PFP Controller.
Mid-range is 0; it is recommended to keep it below 20 to
prevent this problem.
· Set the DVD player for a
nominal output (no boost or
gain).
· Ensure all video signals are
terminated in 75 Ohms.
25
The image appears too
'washed out', or the darkest
areas of the image appear too
bright.
· Brightness is set too high.
· The DVD player may be set
for too high of a brightness
level.
· Turn down the BRIGHTNESS
level on the Controller. If possible, use a PLUGE pattern to set
the brightness level properly.
· Set the DVD player for a nominal output (no boost or gain).
The colors of the image
appear abnormal
· The Red, Green and/or Blue
outputs of the PFP Controller or
inputs to the Projector are
reversed.
· The Pr and Pb inputs on the
Component input on the PFP
Controller are reversed
· Check the cable connections
on the back of the PFP
Controller or on the Projector.
The image appears keystoned
(trapezoidal).
· The Projector has been
mounted too high or too low in
respect to its vertical
offset.
· Adjust Keystone, see page 22.
The Projector will not turn on,
and the power LED on the
front of the PFP Controller is
blinking red.
· The PFP Controller may have
'locked-up'.
· Unplug the Controller for 2
minutes; plug it back in a re-try.
· Perform a system reset on the
Controller (see page 23), and
then re-try.
The Projector will not turn
back on after it was powereddown, or the image disappears during operation.
· The Projector will not turn on
for two minutes after powerdown to protect its bulb.
· The bulb has failed
· Wait two minutes until the LED
on the front of the PFP
Controller turns red.
· Check the error light in the
Projector.
The Projector tries to turn on
but the lamp does not come
on and the status LED on the
Projector is blinking.
If this happens, the projector may have detected a fault. The red
Status LED will blink in several different ways, describing different
faults:
On constantly: The bulb has exceeded 1000 hours.
Blinking on and off every second: The lamp cover is not on
properly. Contact your Runco dealer.
Blinking on and off every 4 seconds: The Projector has overheated. Ensure nothing is blocking the Projector's ventilation
holes.
Blinking on and off every 8 seconds: The fan has stopped.
Contact your Runco dealer.
Blinking on and off every 12 seconds: The lamp did not turn on.
If the Projector was turned on and off too quickly, this may happen. Allow the Projector to settle for 5 minutes, and try again. If
the same fault is reported, contact your Runco dealer.
26
RS-232 Communications
General Information
Baud rate: 9600 (fixed)
Bits: 8
No Parity
All protocol in ASCII format
RS-232 input connector pin numbers: TxD= Pin# 2, RxD= Pin# 3, GnD= Pin# 5
Command format (single command): command value (i.e. brightness 30).
NOTE: A space (not an underscore) or comma may be used between the command and its value.
Command string format: command,command value, command etc.
(i.e. COMPOSITE,BRIGHTNESS 30,ANAMORPHIC)
NOTE: In between commands, a comma must be used; a comma or space may be used in between
a command and its value.
Other notes:
· For command strings, a maximum of 255 characters can be used in a single string.
· If it is necessary to input multiple commands, they should all be together in a single string. Inputting
commands one at a time requires a 15 second delay between commands, as the information is
stored into non-volatile memory after each command.
· For values not automatically stored (see next paragraph), the command "!STORE" must be sent
in order for the PFP Controller to keep the settings. Otherwise, the values will be considered
temporary and will revert to their stored settings upon source change or power-up.
· The "Value stored" column refers to a command that is either automatically stored or if it must be
manually stored with the "!STORE" command.
· PARAMETER min/max refers to a function's minimum and maximum value range. Inputting
values above or below their range may cause unpredictable (but not fatal) results.
· When connecting RS-232 to the "----------", you may have to add a delay in between characters.
For example in an AMX system you would add the following line :
(***********************************************************)
(*
STARTUP CODE GOES BELOW
*)
(***********************************************************)
DEFINE_START
SEND_COMMAND PFP,'SET BAUD 9600,N,8,1'
SEND_COMMAND PFP,'HSOFF'
SEND_COMMAND PFP,"'CHARD-200'" (* SETS DELAY IN MICROSECONDS BETWEEN CHARACTERS *)
This will increase the reliability in receiving the code. For other systems you may have to contact the
manufacturer to find out how to set the delay.
27
RS-232 Commands
COMMAND
PARAMETER (min/max)
Value stored?
ON
OFF
COMPOSITE
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
YES
SVIDEO
COMPONENT
HD
NA
NA
NA
YES
YES
YES
ANAMORPHIC
NA
YES
STANDARD
NA
YES
LETTERBOX
TINT
COLOR
AGCCOLOR
NA
-127/127
-127/127
0/1
YES
NO
NO
NO
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
AGCCONTRAST
0/100
0/100
0/1
NO
NO
NO
SHARPNESS
CHROMAHIGH
0/255
0/127
NO
NO
CHROMALOW
0/127
NO
LUMAHIGH
0/127
NO
LUMALOW
0/127
NO
TEMPERATURE
1/4
NO
28
DESCRIPTION
Turns PFP Controller on
Turns PFP Controller off
Selects the Composite
Video input
Selects the S-Video Input
Selects the Component input
Selects the RGB/Component
input
Selects the anamorphic
aspect ratio
Selects the standard (4:3)
aspect ratio
Selects the letterbox aspect ratio
Sets a value for tint
Sets a value for color
0=Disable Color AGC
1=Enable Color AGC
Sets a value for brightness
Sets a value for contrast
0=Disable Contrast AGC
1=Enable Contrast AGC
Sets a value for sharpness
Sets a value for high-frequency
chroma edge enhancement
Sets a value for low-frequency
chroma edge enhancement
Sets a value for high-frequency
luminance edge enhancement
Sets a value for low-frequency
luminance edge enhancement
Selects the Projector’s color
temperature
COMMAND
PARAMETER (min/max)
Value stored?
!STORE
NA
YES
!RESTORE
!FACTORY
NA
NA
YES
YES
!STATUS
NA
NA
!RESTART
NA
NO
!ECHO
NA
NO
!NOECHO
NA
NO
!INSTALLMODEOFF
NA
NA
!INSTALLMODEON
NA
NA
!SERVICEMODEON
!SERVICEMODEOFF
RGAIN
GGAIN
BGAIN
ROFFSET
NA
NA
-64/64
-64/64
-64/64
-64/64
NA
NA
NO
NO
NO
NO
GOFFSET
-64/64
NO
BOFFSET
-64/64
NO
29
DESCRIPTION
Stores the current set of values
(all values) into non-volatile
memory
Restores the stored values
Restores all values to factory
default levels
Asks the Controller to provide
the hardware information,
current values and system status
to the automation system
Restarts the PFP Controller
(same as turning it on and off)
Enables the Controller to echo
back commands and values to
the automation system
Disables the PFP Controller's
character echoing
Disables the Installation menu
(removes it from the main menu)
Enables the Installation menu
(enables it on the main menu)
Enables the service mode
Disable the service mode
Adjust the Red Gain of image
Adjust the Green Gain of image
Adjust the Blue Gain of image
Adjust the amount of Red in the
dark areas of the image
Adjust the amount of Green in
the dark areas of the image
Adjust the amount of Blue in
the dark areas of the image
DR-300c Projector Dimensions
Top View
Status
Power
16.186
Front View
3.398
Side View
13.211
30
4.028
PFP Controller Dimensions
Front Panel
17.45"
ratio
<
enter
>
<
i
n
p
u
t
menu
<
3.5"
ratio
TM
PIXEL
Rear Panel
17"
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
3.025"
RUNCO INTERNATIONAL
HAYWARD, CA
MADE IN USA
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE CENTER.
12V FUSE
RGB VIDEO OUTPUT
RS-232 IN
MASK
!
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE-NE PAS OUVRIR
COMLINK OUT
V
H
B
G
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
VIDEO INPUTS
R
RGB/COMPONENT
Y
Pr
Pb
AC 120V 60Hz, 15W
S-VIDEO COMPOSITE
SCREEN
MADE IN USA
12V TRIGGER
Top Panel
17"
16"
17.45"
Side Panel
3.5"
16"
31
FOR
PIXEL
Specifications
DR-300c Projector:
Projector Type:
Digital Light Processing™ (DLP)™
Native Resolution:
Native 1024 x 768, Widescreen 1024 X 576
Video Standards:
NTSC, (PAL/NTSC International version)
Lamp:
135 W NSH lamp
Lamp Life:
1000 hours
Light Output:
1000 ANSI lumens
Picture Size:
36 to 200 inches diagonal
Throw Distance:
Minimum= 2.0 x screen width
Maximum= 2.3 x screen width
Vertical offset:
16:9 screens: .265 x screen width / 4:3 screens: .173 x screen width
The vertical offset numbers are within ± 5% tolerance due to minor variance
between units. The offset is calculated from the center of the lens.
Inputs:
Composite, S-Video, RGB/Component
Aspect Ratio:
3 Memories:
4 x 3 Screens: 4:3 aspect fills the screen, anamorphic and letterbox
aspects occupy center of 16:9 portion of screen (black bars
above/below image)
16 x 9 Screens: 16:9 and anamorphic aspects fills the screen, 4:3
aspect occupies center of 16:9 screen (black bars on sides of image)
16 x 9 Screens with Anamorphic Lens (optional): same ratios as 16:9
screens; but maximizes resolution as all pixels are active on screen
Contrast Ratio:
800:1 (ANSI method)
Bandwidth:
80 MHz
Power
Requirements:
115VAC 60 Hz, (90-240V auto-switching power supply International version)
Current:
2.2A (115VAC, 60 Hz), 1.1A (220-240V, 50-60 Hz International version)
Dimensions:
Width: 16.186 in. / 411 mm
Depth: 13.211 in. / 336 mm
Height: (w/feet) 4.028 in. / 103 mm
16 lbs. / 7.26 kg
Weight:
Safety Regulations: Complies with FCC Class ‘B’, CE, C-Tick
Operating
Environment:
32-104° F (0-40° C)
Humidity:
40-80%, non-condensing
Warranty:
Service Labor and Parts (except lamp): Runco warrants the product for two
(2) years from the date of delivery to the end user.
Lamp: 6 months or 1000 hours (which ever comes first).
32
PFP Controller:
Inputs:
(1) Component, (1) S-Video, (1) Composite, (1) RGB/Component (DB-15)
Input standards:
NTSC, (PAL/NTSC International version),
HDTV @ 480p, 540p, 720p and 1080i (via RGB/Component input)
Aspect Ratios:
Anamorphic, letterbox, 4:3
Control Options:
Infrared, RS-232, Front Panel
Bandwidth:
Video inputs: 5.5 MHz
RGB/Component: 100 MHz
Operating
Environments:
41-95° F (5-35° C) 0-90% humidity (non-condensing)
Dimensions:
Width: 17.45 in. / 443.23 mm
Depth: 16 in. / 406.40 mm
Height: 3.5 in. / 88.90 mm
Weight:
16 lbs. / 7.26 kg
Power
Requirements:
115VAC 60 Hz, (90-240V auto-switching power supply International version)
Safety Regulations: Complies with FCC Class 'B', CE, C-Tick
Warranty:
Service Labor and Parts: Runco warrants the product for two (2) years from
the date of delivery to the end user.
Supplied Accessories
• Remote Control with 2 AAA batteries
• Rack Mount hardware
• The Installer friendly “Slam Dunk” cable, which includes VGA to RGB adaptor and mini DIN-8 to RJ11 adaptor
• Power cables (one for Projector, one for PFP Controller)
• 50’ RJ-11 cable
• User’s Manual
• Warranty information
33
RUMA-008100 rev 10-01
Runco International • 2463 Tripaldi Way • Hayward, CA 94545 • ph (510) 293-9154 • fax (510) 293-0201 • www.runco.com
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising