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ULP1000
LASER POCKET PROJECTOR
and VGA DOCK
Table of Contents
Important Safety Information ..........................4
Safety Labels ....................................................6
Laser Specifications ........................................7
Declarations ......................................................7
Package Contents ............................................8
ULP1000 Laser Pico Projector ........................ 9
Introduction.....................................................10
Getting Started................................................ 11
Install Battery ...................................................... 11
Charge Battery .................................................... 12
Power ON or OFF ............................................... 13
Usage Guidelines ...........................................14
Connect to a Video Source ............................16
How to Connect to an Apple iPod® .................... 16
Connecting to Other Composite (TV-out) Video
Sources ............................................................... 18
Connecting to a Laptop Computer Using the
VGA DOCK ......................................................20
VGA DOCK: Computer Display Settings ............ 22
Supported Resolutions ....................................... 23
Computer Compatibility ...................................... 23
Windows XP Display Settings ............................. 24
Windows Vista Display Settings.......................... 26
Mac OSX ........................................................... 27
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Advanced Controls.........................................28
Menu Controls .................................................... 28
Onscreen Menu .................................................. 28
How to Adjust Brightness .................................... 29
How to Change Colour Mode ............................. 29
How to Adjust Aspect Ratio ................................. 29
How to Adjust the Image Alignment .................... 29
How to Adjust the Colour Alignment ................... 30
How to Reset Default Settings ............................ 30
How to Check Remaining Battery Life ................ 31
Care & Maintenance .......................................31
How to Clean the Window .................................. 31
How to Store & Transport ................................... 31
How to Use the Audio Jack ................................. 31
Troubleshooting .............................................32
LED Status & Meaning ....................................... 33
Customer Support ............................................... 33
One Year Limited Warranty ............................34
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Important Safety Information
PLEASE READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INFORMATION IN THIS USER
GUIDE BEFORE YOU USE THIS PROJECTOR. FAILURE TO PROPERLY SET UP, USE, AND
CARE FOR THIS PROJECTOR CAN INCREASE THE RISK OF INJURY, OR DAMAGE TO THE
PROJECTOR. KEEP THIS USER GUIDE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Intended Use Statement
The ULP1000 laser pico projector is designed to operate with the Uniden-specified battery and
Uniden battery charger in a normal office and home environment within the following parameters:
» Operating Temperature: 10°- 30° C, ( 50° - 86° F)
» Storage Temperature: non-operating: -20°- 60° C, (-4°- 140° F) with battery
» Humidity: 10 - 85% relative humidity (without condensation)
» Altitude: -152M - 4572M (-500 - 15,000 ft.)
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation,
which if not avoided, may result in death or
serious injury and/or property damage.
AS WITH ANY BRIGHT LIGHT SOURCE, DO NOT STARE INTO THE BEAM. STARING INTO THE
BEAM COULD CAUSE EYE DISCOMFORT AND IMPAIR VISION.
AS WITH ANY PRODUCT CONTAINING LASERS, DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THE PROJECTOR
FOR ANY REASON. DISSASSEMBLING THE PROJECTOR MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS
LASER RADIATION EXPOSURE.
EXCEPT FOR OPENING THE BATTERY DOOR AS DIRECTED IN THIS USER GUIDE TO REPLACE
THE BATTERY, THERE ARE NO USER SERVICABLE PARTS INSIDE THE PROJECTOR.
For service or repair the product must be returned to an authorized repair facility. See Customer
Support section within this User Guide for details.
To avoid risks associated with laser exposure:
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» Not recommended for use by children under 14 unless supervised by an adult. The ULP1000
is not a toy.
» Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in this
User Guide may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure
To avoid risks associated with hazardous voltage:
» Do not modify this product in any way. Use only Uniden approved replacement components.
» Do not use the AC adapter in a wet environment.
» No not use with a damaged AC adapter. Replace damaged AC adapter prior to use.
To avoid risks associated with fire and explosion:
» Do not immerse the projector or battery in any liquid or allow either to get wet.
» Use only AC adapter and battery provided by Uniden.
» Do not disassemble the battery or modify it in any way.
» Do not attempt to short out the battery.
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» Do not expose the battery to temperatures under -20°C or above 60°C.
» Do not crush the battery.
» Do not overcharge or rapidly discharge the battery.
» Do not dispose of the battery by incineration or fire.
» Do not expose the projector or battery to direct sunlight in a closed space such as a vehicle.
To avoid risks of other injuries:
» Do not handle a damaged or leaking battery pack.
» Do not handle a battery that has been handled in an inappropriate or dangerous manner.
To avoid risks associated with driver distraction in a moving vehicle:
» Do not use this projector in a moving vehicle in a manner that may distract the driver.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury and/or
property damage.
» Do not point the projected image at people, vehicles, or aircraft.
» Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
» Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions contained within this guide.
To avoid risks associated with environmental contamination:
» Dispose of all system components in accordance with applicable government regulations.
To avoid risks associated with tripping and falling:
» Position the charging cord and data cables so that they can not be tripped over.
Photosensitive Seizure Warning
A very small percentage of people may experience seizures or blackouts that are triggered by
exposure to light flashes or certain visual images including flashing lights or patterns that may appear
in video games or other video images. Even people who have no history of seizures or blackouts
could experience “photosensitive epileptic seizures” while watching some video images.
Immediately stop watching projected video images and consult a physician if you experience
symptoms such as lightheadedness, altered vision, eye or face twitching, convulsions, disorientation,
confusion or momentary loss of awareness.
Taking the following precautions while watching video may help reduce the risk
of photosensitive epileptic seizures.
» Avoid use while tired or fatigued.
» Take frequent breaks.
» Look away from the screen from time to time.
» Sit further away from the projected image.
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Safety Labels
The ULP1000 Laser Pico Projector is a CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT as
defined in IEC 60825-1, 2007-03. The ULP1000 has been designed to be
safe for general use as a mobile projector.
IEC and CDRH Statements of Compliance
The ULP1000 complies with IEC 60825-1, 2007-03.
The following safety labels are affixed at the factory.
THESE LABELS CONTAIN IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
DO NOT REMOVE THEM.
CAUTION
CLASS 3B VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE
LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM
Located inside the ULP1000.
Do not attempt to disassemble
the ULP1000.
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Laser Specifications
Laser
Colour
Red
Blue
Green
Laser
Type
AlGalnP
laser diode
GaN
laser diode
Frequency doubled IR laser diode
90 mW
50 mW
60 mW
Max CW
Output
Divergence
Slow-Axis
7°,
FWHM
13°,
FWHM
4°,
FWHM
15°,
FWHM
5°,
1/e2
10°,
1/e2
Divergence
Fast-axis
16°,
FWHM
24°,
FWHM
15°,
FWHM
25°,
FWHM
12°,
1/e2
18°,
1/e2
Wavelength
635 nm
645 nm
440 nm
460 nm
526 nm
537 nm
Declarations
Caution: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
CE Statement
This product complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive
2006/95/EC and the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and carries the CE
mark accordingly.
Product Disposal
The ULP1000 laser pico projector should not be placed in household waste bins.
Please check local regulations for information about the disposal of electronic products
in your area.
Made for iPod
Made for iPod means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance
standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance
with safety and regulatory standards. iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in
the U.S. and other countries.
Copyright & Trademarks
© 2009 Uniden Australia Pty Ltd/Uniden New Zealand Ltd. All rights reserved. iPod,
and Made for iPod are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U. S. and other
countries. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance
with safety and regulatory standards. PicoP is a trademark of Microvision, Inc.
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Package Contents
Please make sure you have received all items included with the
product. If any items are missing contact your place of purchase
immediately.
+
-
ULP1000
Rechargable
Battery
ULP1000
Laser Pico Projector
ULP1000
Wall Charger
B
Micro-USB cable
ULP1000
Cable for iPod
VGA DOCK
Owner’s Manual
ULP1000
Composite Adaptor
Storage Pouch
Wrist Strap
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ULP1000 Laser Pico Projector
Window
Down/Hot Key 2
Up/Hot Key 1
Power Button
Menu/Select Button
LED Indicators
Micro-USB/Power Input
Video Input
Wrist Strap Holder
3.5 mm Audio Jack
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Uniden ULP1000 laser pico projector.
The ULP1000 projects big, bright, and colourful images that are
always in focus, yet is small enough to fit in your pocket. Connect
the ULP1000 to a video output-capable device to spontaneously
share photos and videos, presentations and more, in a big screen
experience.
What is the PicoP® Display Engine?
The PicoP display engine is the world’s
first ultra miniature laser-based projector
engine. It uses red, green and blue
laser light sources, electronics, optics,
and a unique, tiny mirror-like device
that “paints” the image line-by-line on
the projection surface.
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Getting Started
Install Battery
1
Remove Battery Door
2
Insert Battery
1
2
2
Close Battery Door
1
» Make sure the projector is OFF and unplugged before replacing
the battery.
» Do not force the battery in. Make sure the battery + / - symbols
are lined up.
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Charge Battery
Plug Wall Charger Into Outlet
Connect To
Micro-USB/Power Input
Orange LED: Battery charging
Green LED: Battery fully charged
Note:
» Allow for a minimum of 4 hours charging before first time use.
» The wall charger will not charge the battery while the ULP1000 is
powered ON.
» The supplied battery is designed specifically for the ULP1000 and no
other battery should be used.
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Power ON or OFF
Note: Do not have the ULP1000 connected to any video device
before turning ON.
Turning ON: Press and hold the
button.
The blue LED will come on and the image will appear in about 15
seconds.
Note:
» During startup the image will flash with a series of different colours.
This is normal.
» A blinking Blue LED indicates the unit is starting up.
A solid Blue LED indicates the unit is ready for use.
Turning OFF: Press the
button.
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Usage Guidelines
There are two main factors to consider when using the ULP1000.
Ambient light
» It is recommended to shut blinds,
close curtains and turn lights down
to make the room dark so the
projected image looks the best.
Distance from screen
» The projector distance from the screen will impact the
appearance of the image brightness. The closer to the screen
the brighter the image will appear.
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The following is a guideline of what image sizes are possible
under various lighting conditions:
Complete Darkness
Semi-Dark
Dimmed Lighting
Semi-Lit
Home / Office
70”-100”
<12”
24”-36”
Note: Image diagonal is approximately equal to the distance from
the projector to the screen.
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Connect to a Video Source
The ULP1000 can connect to a variety of devices with TV-out such
as an iPod®, a laptop, cell phone, camera, and more.
The following describes the connectivity options available with the
ULP1000.
Cable
Connect ULP1000 to…
Included
ULP1000 Cable for
iPod
iPod with Component TV-out
Yes
ULP1000 Composite
Video Adapter
(NTSC/PAL)
Any device with a male RCA Video
out connection
Yes
ULP1000 VGA Dock
Laptop and PC devices
Yes
To see compatible devices with the ULP1000 visit www.uniden.com.au
How to Connect to an Apple iPod®
Power on the
projector
Connect the cable
to the projector
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Connect the cable to
the iPod (already on)
Wait to see “Ready
To Use” alert
Read
y To
Use
Select Picture or Video content
and Press play on iPod
Read
y To
Use
Note:
» While connected to an iPod, the Audio Jack on the iPod can also be
used.
» To see compatible devices with the ULP1000 visit www.uniden.com.au
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Connecting to Other Composite (TV-out)
Video Sources
The ULP1000 can connect to other video sources that have
Composite (TV-out) using the included Composite adapter. To
display content, make sure the source device has TV-out set to
“ON” or “Enabled”. To learn if your video source device is capable
of TV-out and how to enable, refer to its User Guide.
Connect the adapter to the projector
Connect the Composite adapter to the yellow video RCA
connector that is connected to your TV-out device
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Power on the projector
Enable video out from source device and play video
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Connecting to a Laptop Computer
Using the VGA DOCK
Turn ON your ULP1000 laser pico projector.
Turn ON your laptop/computer.
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Connect the ULP1000 VGA DOCK to the monitor port on the
laptop computer.
Unlatch the lid on the VGA DOCK and slide the ULP1000
laser pico projector onto the VGA DOCK.
Note:
» When disconnecting, make sure that you unlatch the VGA
DOCK properly to avoid scratching or damaging the projector.
» The VGA DOCK should only be used with Uniden’s ULP1000
laser pico projector.
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VGA DOCK: Computer Display Settings
If needed, enable your external monitor.
Many laptops do not automatically turn on the external video port
when a projector is connected. Usually a key combination like FN
+ F5 or a dedicated Monitor key is required to enable. Typically you
can press the FN key and the Monitor key simultaneously. Refer to
your laptop’s documentation to learn how your laptop can connect
to a projector.
Monitor or LCD/CRT Key
FN Key
» For the best image quality, we recommend you set the laptop
resolution to match the projector’s native resolution. If the native
resolution is not available, try to select one of the other supported
resolutions.
» Some computers may require you to manually select the resolution
within the computer’s display settings. This can usually be found in;
Control Panel > Displays > Settings > Advanced > Adapter > List All
Modes > Select supported mode > OK
Refresh rate should be set to 60 Hertz.
Colour quality should be 32 or 16-bit colour
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Supported Resolutions
» Some computers may not be capable of displaying all the
resolutions of the ULP1000. Select the highest one available.
» If you see a warning “Video not Supported” please select one of
the supported resolutions of the ULP1000.
The ULP1000 supports the following resolutions:
WVGA 848 X 480 (native)
WVGA2 800 x 400
VGA 640 x 480
Computer Compatibility
Fully compatible
All three resolutions with intuitive/easy set-up
» Windows XP with Intel Graphics card - see page 24
» Windows Vista PCs - see page 26
» Windows 7 PCs - setup will be similar to Windows Vista setup
» All MacBooks running OSX
Partially compatible
Typically, VGA only possible with advanced user set-up
» Typically, Windows XP with NVIDIA or ATI Graphics card
- refer to FAQ on our website;
www.uniden.com.au
www.uniden.co.nz
Incompatible
Will not connect, even after advance set-up
» Typically PCs without VGA and at least 16 bit colour in “list all
modes”
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Windows XP Display Settings
In Windows XP, you can quickly display which display modes
(screen resolution, colour depth, and refresh rate) are supported by
your video card. With this list you can determine if expected modes
are not supported by Windows, possibly resulting in searching for
an updated driver or open your video card utility software to do the
more advance setting.
Right-click an empty area of
your Desktop and choose
“Properties”.
When the “Display Properties” multi-tabbed dialog box
appears, click the “Settings” tab.
Click the
“Advanced”
button.
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When the video card dialog
box appears, click the
“Adapter” tab.
Click the “List All Modes” button. A “List All Modes” dialog box
will appear.
You can click “Cancel” on the dialog boxes to close them. Or,
click on a particular mode you wish to use, then “OK” on the
dialog boxes to change to the desired display mode.
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Windows Vista Display Settings
Launch the Windows Mobility Center by pressing Windows Key+X
(or launch the Control Panel and click on Windows Mobility Center).
Click on the Connect Display button in the External Display area of the
Windows Mobility Center.
You may choose:
(i) Duplicate my desktop on all displays (mirrored)
– Your laptop monitor and ULP display the same content
(ii) Show different parts of my desktop on each display (extended)
– Your ULP is the extension of your laptop monitor desktop or
the other way around
(iii) Show my desktop on the external display only
– Only use the ULP to display
Then click Apply or OK to continue.
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You may click the Display
settings window to further
configure your display.
1 stands for Monitor 1 and
2 for Monitor 2.
Next arrange the two monitors to the setup you have. Monitor 1 is
your laptop’s display and Monitor 2 is your ULP1000 display. So, for
example, if your laptop is on the left and the ULP1000 is on the right,
drag the two boxes around so that Monitor 1 is on the left and Monitor
2 is on the right.
Extending the Display:
(i) Select Monitor 2 in the visual or from the drop-down menu
(ii) Check the “Extend the desktop onto this monitor” box
(iii) And then click on Apply.
The screen should flash and the extended display is set.
You should now be able to drag a window, from one screen onto
another. If you would like to move your Start Menu onto the ULP1000,
just drag it onto the other screen. (You may need to right-click and
unlock the taskbar first).
Also note that sometimes Windows will choose the lowest resolution
of the two displays, so if one of the windows looks wrong, go back
to the Display Settings and manually drag the Resolution bar to the
correct resolutions for each monitor.
Mac OSX
All MacBooks running OSX will be fully compatible with the VGA DOCK.
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Advanced Controls
Menu Controls
The ULP1000 was designed as a plug-and-play device, however, some users may
want to make adjustments to the settings such as change colours, adjust aspect ratio,
and adjust brightness. The following information will help you understand how to fully
operate the ULP1000.
Hot Keys
The ULP1000 includes two hot keys to allow
the user to quickly adjust the image depending
on the type of content being shown.
Color Mode: Colour mode can be changed
without going into the Menu screen by pressing the
button to change the colour mode.
Press the
button to cycle through the colour
modes.
Gamma Mode: Gamma mode can be changed
without going into the Menu screen by pressing on the
button. Press the
button to
cycle through the gamma modes.
Note: The Color Mode hot key also includes
the ability to invert the image. Inverting the
image may improve the readability of certain
images. Also, if the content background is
predominately white, then inverting the image
(e.g., white becomes black) will extend battery
life.
Onscreen Menu
The ULP1000 has an onscreen display to allow the user the ability to make advanced
changes to the projector. All settings changed by the user will remain even when
powered off.
Brightness:
High (default) / Medium / Low
Color Mode:
Brilliant (default) / Standard / Inverted / Gamma
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen (default) / Normal / Zoom
System:
Image Alignment / Color Alignment / Properties /
Reset Defaults
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How to Adjust Brightness
The image brightness can be reduced for close distance viewing in darker
environments.
Press the
Use the
button to bring up the on screen menu.
or
buttons to navigate to BRIGHTNESS and press
Select the desired setting and press
.
to accept.
How to Change Colour Mode
The ULP1000 has 3 default colour modes.
Brilliant Colours:
Bright and vivid colours.
Standard Colours:
More accurate flesh tones and grey scales.
Inverted Colours:
All colours are inverted. Useful for presentations with black
text on white backgrounds.
Press the
Use the
button to bring up the on screen menu.
or
buttons to navigate to COLOR MODE and press
Select the desired setting and press
.
to accept.
How to Adjust Aspect Ratio
The image may appear cropped or skinny. The aspect ratio may be different from the
video source device.
Press the
Use the
button to bring up the on screen menu.
or
buttons to navigate to ASPECT RATIO and press
Select the desired setting and press
.
to accept.
How to Adjust the Image Alignment
The image may appear to be slightly fuzzy. Adjustment of the image alignment may
be necessary.
Press the
button to bring up the on screen menu.
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Press the
Use the
button to bring up the on screen menu.
or
buttons to navigate to SYSTEM and press
Navigate to IMAGE ALIGNMENT and press
Press the
or
sharp and clear.
.
.
buttons to adjust the image until all vertical lines appear
How to Adjust the Colour Alignment
Users can adjust horizontal or vertical alignment of each individual colour (red, green,
and blue).
Press the
button to bring up the on screen menu.
Use the
or
buttons to navigate to SYSTEM and press
.
Use the
or
buttons to navigate to COLOR ALIGNMENT and press
.
An image of a vertical and horizontal crossed in the middle will appear in the
center of the screen.
Use the
or
buttons to select the desired colour (Red Adjust, Green Adjust,
Blue Adjust) to adjust and press
Use the
or
.
buttons to select either HORIZONTAL or VERTICAL
ADJUSTMENT and press
.
Use the
or
buttons to move the selected colour until a solid white line is
visible either vertically or horizontally.
Note:
» When adjusting colours HORIZONTALLY use the Vertical line (top-bottom) as the
reference.
» When you exit the configuration menu after image alignment it will take 10 seconds
for the normal image to appear.
How to Reset Default Settings
To reset all user selectable settings to factory defaults.
Press the
Use the
button to bring up the on screen menu.
or
buttons to navigate to SYSTEM and press
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.
Use the
Press the
or
or
buttons to navigate to RESET DEFAULTS and press
buttons to select YES and press
.
.
How to Check Remaining Battery Life
Follow these instructions to view how much battery life is remaining.
Press the
button to bring up the on screen menu.
Use the
or
buttons to navigate to SYSTEM and press
.
Use the
or
buttons to navigate to PROPERTIES and press
Use the
or
buttons to navigate to BATTERY INFORMATION and press
.
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Care & Maintenance
How to Clean the Window
Fingerprints and other debris may impact the image quality.
Keep the window clean for best image quality.
Apply a non-abrasive camera lens cleaner to a soft, dry cloth.
Lightly wipe the cleaning cloth over the window until clean.
Note:
» Do not attempt to use solvents or other harsh chemicals as it may damage the
window.
» Make sure cleaning cloth is free of dust or debris to avoid scratching the window.
How to Store & Transport
Proper care should be taken to safely store and transport the projector. To store and
transport the ULP1000 use the included storage pouch. Use care and do not drop the
ULP1000 or spill liquids on it.
How to Use the Audio Jack
The audio jack on the ULP1000 works only when the Audio signal is is combined with
the Video signal. The Audio Jack is for output only.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
The projector does
not turn on.
Battery not inserted
correctly. Battery not
charged.
Make sure the battery is
correctly inserted. Make
sure the battery is fully
charged.
The projector colours look incorrect.
Different Colour
Mode may be selected.
Change to preferred
Colour Mode.
The projector
randomly turns off
but the Blue LED
stays on.
The projector may be
out of the recommended operating
range.
Make sure the projector is
well ventilated and within
the operating temperature
range. Turn off for 5 minutes and restart.
Not working with
my iPod.
Incompatible iPod,
- OR –
Incorrect video
mode.
Make sure the iPod has
TV-out functionality and is
enabled. Make sure the
ULP1000 video mode is
correct for the cable being used.
The projector won’t
turn off or on and
the Blue LED stays
on.
System is frozen.
Press and hold the Power
button for 20 seconds.
If this does not work,
remove battery. Then reinsert and turn on.
The projector
doesn’t work with
my cell phone.
Not all cell phones
have the TV-out
feature.
Refer to your cell phone
manufacturer’s user guide
if TV-out is available and
how to configure.
The image looks a
little fuzzy.
Debris on Window,
- OR Image is misaligned.
Clean the Window,
-ORAdjust Image Alignment.
The green LED
keeps blinking
while charging.
The battery is not
correctly inserted in
the ULP1000.
Make sure battery is
correctly inserted into
the ULP1000.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
The red LED is
blinking.
Out of operating
range. Temporary
problem.
Turn projector off.
Remove battery. Reinsert and power on.
Battery doesn’t
charge.
Battery may not be
capable of holding a
charge.
Install new battery.
The red LED is constantly on even after
trying to restart.
System failure.
Contact Customer
Support.
LED Status & Meaning
LED Status
Meaning
Solid Blue
ULP1000 is powered on
Blinking Blue
ULP1000 is powering up
Solid Orange
Battery is charging
Solid Green
Battery is fully charged
Blinking Orange
Battery is low
Blinking Red
Temporary problem
Solid Red
System failure
Customer Support
For Technical Questions, service and support please visit us online at;
Australia
www.uniden.com.au
New Zealand
www.uniden.co.nz
Please have your Serial Number and purchase information available.
You can find the Serial Number located under the battery.
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One Year Limited Warranty
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
UNIDEN ULP1000 POCKET PROJECTOR
IMPORTANT:
Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service.
WARRANTOR:
Uniden Australia Pty Limited A.B.N. 58 001 865 498
Uniden New Zealand Limited
Warranty only available in original country of purchase.
ELEMENT OF WARRANTY:
Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for the duration of this
warranty, its UNIDEN ULP1000 POCKET PROJECTOR (herein after
referred to as the Product), to be free from defects in materials and
craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION:
This warranty to the original retail owner only, shall terminate and be of
no further effect ONE (1) year after the date of original retail sale.
This warranty will be deemed invalid if the Product is;
(A) Damaged or not maintained as reasonable and necessary,
(B) Modified, altered or used as part of any conversion kits,
subassemblies, or any configurations not sold by Uniden,
(C) Improperly installed,
(D) Repaired by someone other than an authorized Uniden Repair
Agent for a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty,
(E) Used in conjunction with any equipment or parts or as part of a
system not manufactured by Uniden, or
(F) Where the Serial Number label of the product has been removed
or damaged beyond recognition.
Warranty only valid in the country of original retail/sale.
PARTS COVERED:
This warranty covers for one (1) year, the Product and included
accessories.
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STATEMENT OF REMEDY:
In the event that the Product does not conform to this warranty at any
time while this warranty is in effect, the warrantor at its discretion will
repair the defect or replace the Product and return it to you without
charge for parts or service. This warranty does not provide for
reimbursement or payment of incidental or consequential damages.
This EXPRESS WARRANTY is in addition to and does not in any
way affect your rights under the TRADE PRACTICES ACT 1974 (Cth)
(Australia) or the CONSUMER GUARANTEES ACT (New Zealand).
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OR WARRANTY:
In the event that the Product does not conform to this warranty, the
Product should be shipped or delivered, freight pre-paid, with evidence
of original purchase (e.g. a copy of the sales docket), to the warrantor
at:
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
SERVICE DIVISION
345 Princes Highway, Rockdale NSW 2216
Fx(02) 9599 3278
www.uniden.com.au
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LIMITED
SERVICE DIVISION
150 Harris Road, East Tamaki, Manukau 2013
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Customers in other States should ship or deliver the Product freight
pre-paid to their nearest Uniden Authorized Repair Centre (Contact
Uniden for the nearest Warranty Agent to you).
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