Mitsubishi Electric XL6500U User manual

Mitsubishi Electric XL6500U User manual
Specifications
Model
WL6700U
Display technology
XL6600U
XL6500U
1.3" TFT Poly silicon x 3
1.2" TFT Poly silicon x 3
Resolution
1366 x 800 dots
Brightness
5000lm
1024 x 768 dots
6000lm
Contrast
5000lm
1000 : 1
Zoom / focus
MULTIMEDIA DATA/VIDEO PROJECTORS
Power (zoom raito : 1.3 : 1)
Picture size
60" ~ 250"
60" ~ 300"
Source lamp
220W (Shut off Time 4000Hrs) with Low Mode, 275W (Shut off Time 2000Hrs) with Standard Mode
Computer compatibility
640 x 400 ~ 1600 x 1200, True ; 1024 x 768, Sync on green available
640 x 400 ~ 1600 x 1200, True ; 1366 x 800, Sync on green available
NTSC / NTSC 4.43 / PAL (including PAL-M, N) / SECAM / PAL-60
Component Video ; 480i/p (525i/p), 576i/p (625i/p), 720p (750p 50/60Hz), 1080i (1125i 50/60Hz), 1080p (1125p 50/60Hz), SCART (RGB + 1V sync, only Mini D-SUB 15pin)
Video compatibility
Input terminals
PC ; 5BNC x 1, Mini D-SUB 15pin x 1, DVI-D (with HDCP) x 1, PC Audio ; Stereo mini jack (ø3.5mm) x 2, Video (1) ; RCA x 1 or BNC x 1, Video (2) ; S-VIDEO (4pin) x 1 or S-VIDEO Y/C (BNC), Video Audio ; RCA (L/R) x 2
Output terminals
RGB : mini D-SUB 15pin x 1, Audio ; Stereo mini jack (ø3.5mm) x 1
Communication terminals
LAN (RJ-45) x 1 (Projector control), RS-232C (D-SUB 9pin) x 1, USB x 1 (Mouse control), Wired remote (IN) ; Stereo mini jack (ø3.5mm) x 1, Wired remote (OUT) ; Stereo mini jack (ø3.5mm) x 1
Audio speaker
10W mono
Dimensions (W x H x D)
443 x 207 x 434mm / 17.4 x 8.1 x 17.1 inch (including terminal cover)
Weight
9.8kg / 21.6lbs (excluding terminal cover)
Power supply
AC100 ~ 240V, 50 / 60Hz
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Dimensions (unit: mm, inch)
Input and Output Terminals
31.5
143
127
50
1 REMOTE IN and OUT terminals
2 LAN terminal
1
147.25
3 SERIAL terminal (D-SUB 9-pin)
2
3
4
5
6
4 USB (COMPUTER) terminal
6 COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1
terminals (R/PR, G/Y, B/PB, H/HV, V) (BNC)
42
157.75
329
5 COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO DVI-D (HDCP)
terminal (DVI-D 24-pin)
7 Main power switch O : OFF I : ON
443(With terminal cover)
371(Without terminal cover)
131.5
84
20
273
30
8 Power jack
172.6
10
9 AUDIO IN 1 terminal (Mini jack)
The AUDIO IN 1 terminal is used for both COMPUTER 1
and DVI input.
48.5 10
terminal
cover
433
10 AUDIO IN 2 terminal (Mini jack)
197
11 COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO IN 2 terminal (Mini D-SUB 15-pin)
102.5
12 MONITOR OUT terminal (Mini D-SUB 15-pin)
8.5
13 AUDIO OUT terminal (Mini jack)
40.5
40.5
307
287
316
7
8
9 10 11 12 13
14
15
14 VIDEO IN and audio input terminals
7
58
15 S-VIDEO IN and audio input terminals
Screen size and projection distance
XL6600U / XL6600LU / XL6500U / XL6500LU
Screen
Width
Height
Diagonal size
inch
cm
inch
cm
inch
cm
Refer to the following table to determine
the screen size and projection distance.
Left
W1
W
Right
W1
60
80
100
120
150
200
250
300
+H2
-H2
H
H1
152
203
254
305
381
508
635
762
48
64
80
96
120
160
200
240
122
163
203
244
305
406
508
610
L
91
122
152
183
229
305
381
457
Down(H1)
Up(H2) Down(H1)
Up(H2) Left(W1)
Right(W1) Left(W1)
Right(W1)
inch
cm
inch
cm
89
120
150
181
227
304
381
458
18
24
30
36
45
60
75
90
2.3
3.0
3.8
4.6
5.8
7.7
9.7
11.6
114
153
191
230
289
386
483
-
2.9
3.9
4.9
5.8
7.3
9.8
12.3
-
Movable V Position from Default Position
-2
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-8
-9
46
61
76
91
114
152
191
229
-5
-6
-8
-9
-11
-15
-19
-23
Movable H Position from Default Position
3
3
4
4
5
5
7
8
3
3
4
4
5
5
7
8
7
8
9
10
12
14
17
20
7
8
9
10
12
14
17
20
WL6700U / WL6700LU
Screen
Width
inch
cm
Height
inch
cm
Distance from Screen (L)
Max. Zoom
Min. Zoom
inch
m
inch
m
Down(H1)
Up(H2) Down(H1)
Up(H2) Left(W1)
Right(W1) Left(W1)
Right(W1)
inch
cm
inch
cm
60
80
100
120
150
200
250
30
40
51
61
76
101
126
96
129
162
195
245
328
411
15
21
26
31
38
51
63
Diagonal size
inch
cm
L
36
48
60
72
90
120
150
180
Distance from Screen (L)
Max. Zoom
Min. Zoom
inch
m
inch
m
152
203
254
305
381
508
635
52
69
86
104
129
173
216
132
175
219
263
329
438
548
77
103
128
154
193
257
321
2.4
3.3
4.1
5.0
6.2
8.3
10.4
122
164
206
248
311
416
-
3.1
4.2
5.2
6.3
7.9
10.6
-
Movable V Position from Default Position
2
3
4
4
5
7
9
39
52
65
78
97
129
161
Movable H Position from Default Position
5
3
7
4
9
4
11
5
14
7
18
9
23 11
3
4
4
5
7
9
11
7
9
11
13
17
22
28
7
9
11
13
17
22
28
Optional Lenses
WL6700U / WL6700LU
Model
Type
F NO.
f
Throw ratio
Off-set axis
Zoom / Focus
Weight
Length
Lens diameter
XL6600U / XL6600LU / XL6500U / XL6500LU
OL-X500SZ
Short Throw
Zoom Lens
OL-X500LZ
Long Throw
Zoom Lens
OL-X500TZ
Tele Throw
Zoom Lens
OL-X500FR(F)
Reae Projection Short
Throw Fix Lens (on axis)
F2.0 - 2.3
37 - 44mm
1.3 - 1.6
15 (up) : -1 (down)*
Motorized (1.2 : 1)
1.4kg / 3.1lbs
177mm (max)
84mm
F2.5 - 3.2
64 - 90mm
2.4 - 3.3
15 (up) : -1 (down)*
Manual (1.4 : 1)
1.7kg / 3.8lbs
204mm (max)
84mm
F2.5 - 3.4
93 - 140mm
3.4 - 5.2
15 (up) : -1 (down)*
Manual (1.5 : 1)
1.7kg / 3.8lbs
205mm (max)
84mm
F2.5
22mm
0.8
1 : 1 (on axis)*
Manual
1.7kg / 3.8lbs
174mm (max)
123.6mm
* The lens shift function allows the picture off-set to be adjusted between 15 : -1 (off axis) and 1 : 1 (on axis).
Lens shift cannot be used with OL-X500FR(F).
L-188-8-C7967-A
KY-0803 Printed in Japan(MDOC)
Model
Type
F NO.
f
Throw ratio
Off-set axis
Zoom / Focus
Weight
Length
Lens diameter
OL-X500SZ
Short Throw
Zoom Lens
OL-X500LZ
Long Throw
Zoom Lens
OL-X500TZ
Tele Throw
Zoom Lens
OL-X500FR(F)
Reae Projection Short
Throw Fix Lens (on axis)
F2.0 - 2.3
37 - 44mm
1.3 - 1.6
19 (up) : 1 (down)*
Motorized (1.2 : 1)
1.4kg / 3.1lbs
177mm (max)
84mm
F2.5 - 3.2
64 - 90mm
2.4 - 3.3
19 (up) : 1 (down)*
Manual (1.4 : 1)
1.7kg / 3.8lbs
204mm (max)
84mm
F2.5 - 3.4
93 - 140mm
3.4 - 5.2
19 (up) : 1 (down)*
Manual (1.5 : 1)
1.7kg / 3.8lbs
205mm (max)
84mm
F2.5
22mm
0.8
1 : 1 (on axis)*
Manual
1.7kg / 3.8lbs
174mm (max)
123.6mm
* The lens shift function allows the picture off-set to be adjusted between 19 : 1 (off axis) and 1 : 1 (on axis).
Lens shift cannot be used with OL-X500FR(F).
New publication, effective Mar. 2008
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Projector Line-up
Ultra-Brightness
Super bright 6000lm*
The XL6600U/LU delivers super
bright 6000 lumen* images.
A high brightness level
for presenting in large meeting
rooms and conference halls.
*WL6700U/LU, XL6500U/LU are 5000 lumens.
3000lm
6000lm
Designed for Flexible Installations
2-way Mechanical Lens Shift (Vertical & Horizontal)
Terminal Cover
OL-X500LZ
OL-X500TZ
OL-X500FR(F)
Short Throw
Zoom Lens
Long Throw
Zoom Lens
Tele Throw
Zoom Lens
Rear Projection Short Throw Fix Lens
with Front Cabinet
(
) (
XL6600LU
XL6500LU
(Lens not included)
(Lens not included)
(Lens not included)
5000lm / WXGA
6000lm / XGA
5000lm / XGA
Fan noise emanating from a projector can get annoying during
a presentation or videoconference, but now that's a thing of the past.
The WL6700U/LU, XL6600U/LU, XL6500U/LU offer a significantly low noise level
of only 29dBA (low lamp mode). As a result, your audience can enjoy
the presentation or conference without noisy distractions from the projector.
Lamp Replacement Frequency*2
Original Lamp
Includes a terminal cover to cover up any visible
connectivity cables.
)
*The CA-XL6600 (FR) Front Cabinet (sold separately) is required when using the OL-X500FR Rear Projection Short Throw Fix Lens.
1st replacement
2,000 hours
Whatever the screen you use is, WL6700U/LU can automatically
detects the input signal, and display an optimum screen size to either
Auto (16:10), Auto (16:9), or Auto (4:3). Users will no longer need to worry
about selecting the optional screen size since the projector can
automatically detect the signal and select the optimal mode.
Also since the WL6700U/LU incorporate a 1366 x 800 WXGA panel,
they will support multiple WXGA images 1280 x 768, 1280 x 800, 1360 x 768, 1366 x 768
at its native resolution without compression.
The split-screen function of conventional XGA projectors overlap,
with the sub-screen in front of the main screen.
Our WXGA panels present perfectly parallel split windows,
placing two screens side-by-side. When displays are simultaneous
and identical in scale, comparative viewing is clear and effective.
Reduced
Lamp
Replacements
Original Lamp
4,000-hour lamp
Wider Screen Range (WL6700U/LU only)
OL-X500SZ
)
WL6700LU
Split (side-by-side) window function* brings expression to the next level
Optional Lenses Line-up
(
5000lm / XGA
Ultra Quiet 29dBA Operation
Designed with a lamp temperature controlling system, the WL6700U/LU,
XL6600U/LU, XL6500U/LU can support a lamp life of up to 4000 hours*1.
The long life lamp makes dramatic reductions in overall cost
of ownership by decreasing the frequency of lamp replacements.
2,000-hour lamp
A wide variety of optional lenses is available to suit any operating or
user requirement.
)
XL6500U
6000lm / XGA
Long 4000hrs Lamp Life
Equipped with a RJ45 network terminal, administrators can remotely manage
their projectors from a web browser via the Local Area Network (LAN).
Administrators can check projector status such as lamp usage,
change input selections, remotely power on or off, as well as receive email alerts
if an error occurs. In addition, these projectors support RS232C standards as well as
BNC connectivity for long cable setups with PC or video inputs.
Optional Lenses
(
XL6600U
5000lm / WXGA
User-friendly Functions
Versatile Input Terminals
Lens shift allows images to be shifted both
horizontally and vertically, letting you position
the projector conveniently anywhere in the room.
Additionally, Digital Keystone Correction reduces
line distortion by allowing for vertical correction
to create a more natural-looking picture even
when it is difficult to set up the unit perfectly
perpendicular with the screen.
WL6700U
4,000 hours
(*1): When used in Lamp Low mode. Maximum lamp life at standard mode use is 2,000 hours. (*2): Lamp life refers to the
average time required for brightness to be reduced by half, and not the time specified in the warranty. Use time may vary
widely by the environment and conditions, and whether or not cleaning and other maintenance procedures are followed.
PJ Link available (Projector control by network LAN)
To monitor and projectors and facilitate maintenance,
PJ Link is a diagnostic system that provides control over key projector
functions such as…filter clogging. Being able to remotely manage via
a LAN is ideal for administrators to control their projectors from a remote system.
WL6700U/LU
XL6600U/LU
XL6500U/LU
WL6700U/LU
XL6600U/LU
XL6500U/LU
Projector View,
PC Monitoring Station
A PC with web browser
Local Area
Network
Projector View,
PC Monitoring Station
Remote access to Projector View
can be launched via the Internet
Impressive Picture Quality
High image quality PinP* (Real Motion)
sRGB Mode
Optimum source reproduction is achieved with six different viewing
modes: Auto, Presentation, Standard, Theater, sRGB, and User.
Depending on the input signal, you can adjust the best color setting on your own.
Developed to ensure standard, uniform color reproduction regardless of the
type of display used, sRGB color profile technology uses independent color
coordinates common to all display technologies. As a result, it helps to
eliminate hue variations that occur between different display
systems and more accurately matches the way colors look.
3D Y/C digital comb filter and 3D noise reduction
XGA(1024 X 768)
WXGA
Anti-Theft Features (password security, motion alarm, screen capture)
ROOM
101
ROOM
202
Color Enhancer
*WL6700U/LU only. Not compatible with the XL6600U/LU, XL6500U/LU.
This innovative technology allows you to show two images (two motion/live
images) simultaneously on screen. Images from two different sources (PC
and video) can be shown together on the main screen and PIP to double
the impact of any presentation. An increase in video processing to
60 frames / sec. provides
CUSTOMER ANALYSIS
smoother image
PC
transitions and it is also
possible to zoom up on
Video
image
Movable
the picture.
PIP
CUSTOMER ANALYSIS
20~30
30~40
20~30
40~50
Through software, password menus helps lock out access to operation and
a customized splash or logo screen can appear when powering
on the projector to thwart would-be burglars.
From a hardware standpoint,a motion alarm is built
into the cable cover; if an outsider attempts
to forcibly remove the projector from its mount,
Splash screen
a loud alarm will help drive off the potential thief.
Motion alarm
Once the motion alarm is set, unauthorized attempts to remove
the projector will cause the alarm to sound. Undetectable externally as it is
built-in, the alarm is battery powered and features a "safety pin" that
prevents accidental activation during projector maintenance.
50~60
A
C
The luminance and chrominance (Y/C) signals of images are separated
with 3D processing for enhanced brightness. Cross-colorization
(rainbow-like noise patterns) and dotcrawl (checkerboard-like noise patterns)
are reduced, producing a clear and distinct image.
To find out the details of sRGB,
visit us at : http://global.mitsubishielectric.
com/bu/projectors/technology/
0
100
500
1,000
1,500
30~40
40~50
50~60
A
C
0
Non-sRGB
Original
*XL6600U/LU, XL6500U/LU, only. Not compatible with the WL6700U/LU.
100
500
1,000
1,500
Protected by Motion Alarm
Protegido mediante alarma contra robo
Durch Diebstahlalarm geschutzt
Protege par une alarme antivol
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