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Ray display Pico Projector Instruction manual
Table of Contents
1 The Ray Pico Projector
Installation Preparation
2 Ray Box Contents
3 Ray Features
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Getting Started with Ray
Basic Connections
Setup Information
5 Watching Videos
5 Connecting Equipment
8 Charging Ray
8 Specification
9 Safety and Cleaning
Handling Ray
Repairing Ray
10 Using the Ray USB Power Adapter
11 Important Maintenance & Operating Information
12 Regulation Compliance
13 Battery Replacement
14 Disposal and Recycling Information
15 Warranty
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The Ray Pico Projector
Congratulations on choosing the Ray Projector Display. Thank
you for your support. For optimum benefits, please read the
instruction manual carefully before using the Ray Projector and
keep it for future reference. Heed all warnings and follow all
instructions. We hope you will be fully satisfied and enjoy the
Ray Pico Protector to share your videos, photos and
presentations with friends and business associates anywhere,
any time. The small battery operated Ray Pico Projector,
convenient to store and carry on business/personal trips,
produces a large 60 inch picture for excellent viewing.
Installation Preparation:
For best results it is advisable to learn how to correctly utilize the Ray
Pico Projector and its numerous products including:
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Digital cameras—to show pictures to friends and family.
Camcorders— to share family videos with friends.
iPhone, video iPod, MPEG3, MPEG4 or portable DVD players—to
present pictures and videos.
Notebook or netbook computers—to project professional
presentations or entertainment videos.
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Ray Box Contents
Please check and identify the supplied accessories.
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1. Ray Pico Projector
2. AC adapter with mini USB Plug—Input: 100-240V
~50-60Hz Output: 5V 2000mA
3. Tripod
4. Audio Video Cable: 2.5mm 4-pole to 2.5mm 4-pole
5. Audio Video Cable: 2.5mm 4-pole to 3.5mm 4-pole
6. Audio Video Cable: 2.5mm 4-pole to 3.5mm 4-poleBlack Cable with White Band ( maybe a White Cable)
7. RCA Audio\Video Cable: 2.5mm 4-pole AV jack to
RCA connectors
8. RCA Coupler
9. User manual
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Ray Features
Ray Projector Controls and Features
Left Speaker
Right Speaker
Heat Vent
Lens
Focus
On/Off
Power/Charge
Power Input
TV Input
Tri Pod Attachment
Bottom View
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Getting Started with Ray
Basic Connection:
The connection diagram represents the installation.
To activate the Ray Pico Projector, connect any TV video output from a
camera, camcorder, iPod®, iPhone™, MPEG Video player, or phone to
the TV input terminal of the BEAM.
Set-up Information:
Slide the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. The Power/Charge Light
will flash at a rapid rate about once every 1/2 second (approximately
120 flashes per minute). If the AC adapter is not attached and the light
does not flash, the Pico Projector Battery must be CHARGED.
Flashing Light
OFF
ON
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If the Pico Projector battery is discharged (DEAD), plug the AC Adapter
into an electrical outlet and connect the mini USB plug to the Projector.
The Power/Charge Light will start flashing once every second (60
flashes per minute) indicating the AC Adapter is connected to the Pico
Projector.
AC Adapter
USB Power
Watching Videos:
Video output from MP3/MP4 video players, cell phones, cameras, camcorders, portable DVD players and other video players have a standard
video output cable which connects to a standard TV.
RCA TV Connections
The TV connection has three color coded connectors:
• Yellow is Video
• White is the Left Speaker
• Red Is the Right Speaker
Connecting Equipment:
The RCA connectors and couplers are color coded to assist in connecting the cables.
• Plug the RCA Audio\Video Cable, ( item 5) into the RCA Coupler,
(item 7).
• Plug the connector attached to the camcorder, iPod, iPhone, cell
phone, portable DVD player and other products with RCA plug
outputs, into the RCA coupler as shown.
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iPod, Cell
RCA Audio/
Phone, DVD RCA Coupler Video Cable
Input
Item 7
Item 5
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
White
White
White
Red
Red
Red
Input
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Cameras and camcorders do not always have three RCA plugs. Cameras
without sound typically have a single yellow plug for video while some with
sound have two RCA plugs — yellow for video and white for audio. To
operate the Ray, match camera or camcorder RCA connectors to the RCA
coupler (item 7).
Standard cables have been included as an alternative to the RCA
connection, to directly connect the video source to the Ray Projector.
*Black with White Band
Video Source
Video Source/Product
Cable Color
iPod, Zune®
White
ARCHOSTM, COWON,
ZEN Vision
Black
*Some Products are shipped with a White Cable replacing the Black with White Band
Cable
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IMPORTANT:
Make sure the video player, camcorder, camera, MP3 or MP4 player has
the TV out enabled and/or turned on. Consult the video player iPhone, or
phone user manual for instructions on enabling the TV output.
Typically the TV out will be found in the SETTINGS or TOOLS menu.
For Example:
Put iPOD in Video Menu and select Video Setting
TV Out
On
TV Signal
NTSC
Widescreen
Off
When the Ray is turned on (power light flashing) and the video player is
turned on and connected to the Ray, point the projector at a desired area
for image projection. Rotate the FOCUS thumb wheel located on the side
of Ray to adjust the focus of the image.
Focus
Audio:
Ray speakers are controlled by the video player. Volume control for the
speakers is located on the video player. To regulate the Ray’s volume, use
the volume button on the video player.
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Charging Ray
For best long term results always start with a fully charged Ray.
• Turn the Power Switch to OFF.
• Connect Ray to the AC Adapter.
• Plug the AC adapter into an electric outlet.
• When the Power Light flashes once per second the Ray is being
charged.
• Ray’s dead battery will be fully charged in 12 hours.
• The Power Light stops flashing when Ray’s battery is fully charged.
Steady power light glow indicates a fully charged Ray.
Caution:
Only use the AC Adapter supplied with Ray.
Specifications
Display Technology
LCoS Technology
Light Source
LED
Resolution
VGA 640 x 480
Brightness( Typical)
8-10 Lumens
Frame Rate
60Hz
Color
24-bit RGB
Image Size (Diagonal)
5” at 8” / 73” at 9½’
Projection Distance
8” to infinite
Uniformity
90%
Focus
Manual Focus
I/O Connection
TV Composite Video
Speaker
Mono
Weight
5 oz
Dimensions
(W x D x H) 2¹/3” x 4½” x ~3/4”
60 x 113 x 18 mm
Power Supply
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
Battery Life
Greater than 2 hours
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Safety and Cleaning
Read all safety information below and operating instructions
before using Ray to avoid injury.
Important Safety Information:
To reduce the risk of injury while operating the Ray Projector, please follow all
instructions carefully.
Operating Safety Precautions:
Handling Ray.
Do not drop, crush, puncture, incinerate, or open the Ray Projector.
Do not operate the Ray in the rain, near washbasins, or any wet
locations.
Do not spill any food or drinks on the Ray Projector.
If the Ray does get wet, unplug all cables, turn the projector off, and
slide the power switch to off before cleaning. Once clean allow the Ray
to dry thoroughly before reconnecting cables and turning it on.
Repairing Ray.
Do not attempt any repairs. Ray does not contain any user
serviceable parts.
Do not attempt replace the rechargeable battery. Contact a Ray
authorized Service Provider for assistance.
Do go to www.raydisplays.com for helpful information.
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Using the Ray USB Power Adapter:
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Firmly insert the Ray USB Power Adapter connector into the Ray.
Insert the power adapter firmly into the power outlet (the power light
should start flashing after a few seconds).
Caution:
Do not connect, disconnect or clean the Ray USB Power Adapter with wet
hands.
Use ONLY the Ray Power Adapter to charge the Ray.
Note:
The Ray USB Power Adapter may become warm during normal use.
Be certain to allow adequate ventilation around the Ray USB Power
Adapter.
Never use the Ray USB Power Adapter if any of the following
conditions exist.
• The power cord or plug has become frayed or damaged.
• The adapter is exposed to rain, liquids, or excessive moisture.
• The adapter case has become damaged.
• You suspect the adapter needs service or repair.
Contact Ray for a replacement.
DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE LENS OF RAY.
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Additional Safety Information:
Ray projects video through a lens on to a screen using LED light sources.
The closer an object is to the lens of the Ray, the brighter the image/light
emitted from the lens.
A properly connected Ray will output an image through the lens. To verify
an image, hold the Ray 6 inches from a light colored surface.
Ray Projector Longevity:
To prolong the life of the Ray Projector avoid operating on a flat surface.
Use the tripod or an equivalent to allow air circulation around the Ray to
cool the projector when overheated. The Ray may emit a sound if the internal fan is not operating/ventilating properly. This is a signal to turn the
projector off.
Important Maintenance & Operating Information:
Carrying Ray:
The Ray Projector contains optical and other sensitive components.
Do not bend, drop, puncture or crush Ray.
Using connectors and ports:
Do not force a connector into a port. Before connecting carefully check
the port for obstructions. If the connector and port don’t join with reasonable ease, they don’t match. Make sure the connector matches the port
and is correctly positioned in relation to the port.
Climate Control:
For optimum results operate Ray in an environment with a temperature
reading between 0º and 35º C (32º to 95º F). The projector’s playing time
might temporarily shorten in cooler temperature conditions.
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Storing Ray:
Store the Ray Projector in a place where the temperature is always
between -20º and 45º C (-4º to 113º F).
Caution:
Do not leave Ray in the car, since interior temperatures in parked vehicles
may exceed the desired range.
When using iPod or charging the battery, it is normal for the Ray to get
warm. The exterior of the Ray functions as a cooling surface, transferring
heat from inside the unit to the cooler air outside.
Cleaning Ray:
To clean Ray, unplug all cables and turn Ray off, making certain the power
switch is in the OFF position. Use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth to
avoid getting moisture in the openings.
Caution:
Do not use window or household cleaners, aerosol sprays, solvents,
alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives to clean Ray.
Cleaning the Lens:
Ray’s lens is recessed in order to avoid the accumulation of dust, or other
particles. Dust can be removed from the lens using a dry air canister and
gently blowing the on the lens. Finger prints and/or other contamination
such as liquid spills on the lens should be cleaned by a knowledgeable
camera technician.
FCC Compliance Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
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Note:
This Ray Projector 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 deigned to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This projector generates, uses, and may radiate radio-frequency energy.
If it is not installed and used properly—that is, in strict accordance with
the instructions—it may cause interference with radio and TV receptions.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
Turning the projector on and off can determine if it is the cause of radio
and TV interference or disturbed reception. If this projector does cause
interference to radio or television reception, it is advisable to correct the
interference with one or more of the following suggestions;
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Turn the TV or radio antenna until the interference stops.
Move the projector from one side to the other of the TV or radio.
Move the projector farther away from the TV or radio.
Plug the projector in to an outlet that is on a different circuit from the
TV or radio. (Be certain the projector and the TV or radio are on
circuits controlled by different circuit breakers or fuses.)
Battery Replacement:
ONLY an authorized service provider should replace the Ray’s
rechargeable battery. For battery replacement services go to: www.
raydisplays.com
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Disposal and Recycling Information:
Your Ray must be disposed of properly according to local
laws and regulations. Because this product contains a
battery, the product must be disposed of separately from
household waste. When your Ray reaches its end of life,
contact Ray or your local authorities to learn about recycling
options.
E&H Innovations LLC © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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is the trademark of E&H LLC.
iPod® and iPhoneTM are trademarks of Apple, Inc.; Zune® is a trade
mark of Microsoft Corporation and ARCHOSTM is a trade mark of
ARCHOS.
Other company and product names mentioned in this document maybe
trademarks of their respective companies.
Mention of third party products is for informational purposes only and
constitutes neither an endorsement nor a recommendation. E&H
assumes no responsibility with regard to the performance or use of these
products. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in
this manual is accurate. E&H is not responsible for printing or clerical
errors.
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Warranty
Ray Display (“Ray”) warrants this product (except battery packs) against
defects in material or workmanship for one (1) year from the original date of
purchase. Pursuant to this Limited Warranty, Ray will, at its option, (i) repair
the product using new or refurbished parts or (ii) replace the product with a
refurbished product. For purposes of this Limited Warranty, “refurbished”
means a product or part that has been returned to its original specifications.
The limited warranty for genuine Ray battery packs extends for the first ninety
(90)days from the original date of purchase.
Instructions: To obtain warranty service, you must deliver the product, freight
prepaid, in either its original packaging or packaging affording an equal degree
of protection to the Ray authorized service facility specified. A dated purchase
receipt is required. For specific instructions on how to obtain warranty service
for your product, on the internet, www.raydisplays.com\service, phone 888 317
0281.
Repair / Replacement Warranty: This Limited Warranty shall apply to any
repair, replacement part or replacement product for the remainder of the
original Limited Warranty period or for one (1) year, whichever is longer. Any
parts or product replaced under this Limited Warranty will become the property
of Ray.
This Limited Warranty only covers product issues caused by defects in
material or workmanship during ordinary consumer use; it does not cover
product issues caused by any other reason, including but not limited to product
issues due to commercial use, acts of God, misuse, limitations of technology,
or modification of or to any part of the Ray product. This Limited Warranty is
invalid if the factory-applied serial number has been altered or removed from
the product. This Limited Warranty is valid only in the United States.
LIMITATION ON DAMAGES: RAY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT.
DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES: EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT
PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON
THIS PRODUCT WARRANTY.
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