Specifications | 3M 9000PD Projector User Manual

Operator’s Guide
…for projection
9000PD
February 2005
78-6970-9380-1 Rev. B
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3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Contents
Contents
Introduction
Thank You for Choosing 3M .........................................................................................................................5
Safety Information .........................................................................................................................................5
Intended Use ..................................................................................................................................................5
Product Safety Label .....................................................................................................................................9
Save These Instructions .................................................................................................................................9
Trademarks ....................................................................................................................................................9
Patents ..........................................................................................................................................................10
3M Digital WallDisplay Technical Support.................................................................................................10
FCC Statement—Class A ............................................................................................................................10
EEC Statement—Class A ............................................................................................................................10
Model Identification and Differences ..........................................................................................................11
Contents .......................................................................................................................................................12
Optional Accessories ...................................................................................................................................12
What’s Next? ...............................................................................................................................................12
Part Identification ........................................................................................................................................13
3M Digital WallDisplay Features ................................................................................................................14
Installation and System Setup
Recommendation and Things to Consider Before Installing ......................................................................15
Installing the Wall Bracket ..........................................................................................................................16
Hanging the 3M Digital WallDisplay ..........................................................................................................17
System Setup ...............................................................................................................................................19
Operation
Startup ..........................................................................................................................................................20
Shutdown .....................................................................................................................................................21
Remote Control Unit
Features ........................................................................................................................................................22
Forward Keypad ...........................................................................................................................................23
Rear Keypad ................................................................................................................................................24
Installing or Replacing Batteries .................................................................................................................25
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Menu System
Menu Navigation .........................................................................................................................................26
Colorful—Bright Slider ...............................................................................................................................26
Warm—Cool Slider .....................................................................................................................................27
Volume Slider ..............................................................................................................................................27
Mute Menu Function ...................................................................................................................................28
Input Select Menu ........................................................................................................................................29
Reset All Menu ............................................................................................................................................29
Image Adj Sub-Menu...................................................................................................................................30
Tools Sub-Menu ...........................................................................................................................................31
Maintenance
General Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................32
Lamp Usage .................................................................................................................................................32
Onscreen Lamp Messages ...........................................................................................................................32
Lamp Replacement ......................................................................................................................................33
Resetting Lamp Hours .................................................................................................................................36
Replacing ProjectionScreen .........................................................................................................................37
Optical Engine Adjustment ..........................................................................................................................38
Troubleshooting
Common Problems and Solutions ...............................................................................................................41
Onscreen Messages ......................................................................................................................................42
Service Information
Replacement Parts .......................................................................................................................................43
Optional Accessories ...................................................................................................................................43
Ordering Parts or Getting Information ........................................................................................................43
Appendix
3M™ Digital WallDisplay Specifications ...................................................................................................44
Input/Output Signal Specifications ..............................................................................................................45
Computer Compatibility ..............................................................................................................................45
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Introduction
Thank You for Choosing 3M
Thank you for choosing 3M equipment. This product has been produced in accordance with 3M’s highest quality
and safety standards to ensure smooth and troublefree use in the years to come.
For optimum performance, please follow the operating instructions carefully. We hope you will enjoy using this
high performance product in your meetings, presentations, and training sessions.
Safety Information
Please read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these instructions prior to the installation
and use of the 3M Digital Wall Display. Retain these instructions for future reference.
Intended Use
Before operating this machine, please read the entire manual thoroughly. The 3M Digital WallDisplay Systems
are designed, built, and tested for use indoors, using 3M lamps, 3M mount hardware, and nominal local voltages.
The use of other replacement lamps, outdoor operation, or different voltages has not been tested and could
damage the projector or peripheral equipment and/or create a potentially unsafe operating condition.
3M Digital WallDisplay Systems are designed to operate in a normal office environment.
• 16° to 29° C (60° to 85° F)
• 10 to 80% RH (without condensation)
• 0 to 1828 m (0 to 6,000 feet) above sea level
The ambient operating environment should be free of airborne smoke, grease, oil and other contaminants that can
affect the operation or performance of the 3M Digital WallDisplay.
Use of this product in adverse conditions will void the product warranty.
Explanation of Signal Words and Symbols in Safety Labels and Instructions
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury and/or property damage.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury and/or property damage.
Warning: HIGH VOLTAGE
Caution: HIGH TEMPERATURE
Warning; HIGH PRESSURE
Attention: Refer to Safety Instructions in Guides
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 WARNING
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage:
• Do not attempt to service the Wall Display other than performing routine lamp replacement. Service should
only be performed by a 3M authorized service provider. Aside from the projection lamp assembly, there are
no serviceable parts inside the unit.
• Switch power “OFF” and disconnect the plug from electrical outlet before replacing the lamp. Grasp plug and
pull to disconnect.
• Replace the power cord if damaged.
• Always plug this product into a grounded outlet.
• Do not use in a wet environment.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage and fire:
• Switch power “OFF” and disconnect the plug from electrical outlet whenever the unit is not in use for an
extended period of time.
• Use a properly rated extension cord. Consult an electrical professional if you have questions.
To reduce the risk associated with muscle strain and impact:
• Use only the 3M™ brand wall mounting hardware kit if wall mounting is desired.
• Strictly follow all installation instructions when installing or removing the Wall Display onto the wall or
portable cart.
• Always use more than one person when installing or removing the Wall Display.
• Always keep cart and Wall Display stable.
To reduce the risks associated with glass dust falling from the projection arm into the eye:
• Do not look up towards the projection arm in the event of lamp breakage.
To reduce the risk associated with high temperature related to a hot lamp assembly:
• Wait at least 45 minutes for the lamp assembly to cool before replacing.
To reduce the risk associated with the release of high pressure related to a hot lamp:
• Wait at least 45 minutes for the lamp assembly to cool before replacing.
To reduce the risk associated with unexpected lamp rupture related hazards:
• Ventilate the area where the lamp rupture occurred. The lamp operates at high pressure and at high
temperature.
• Have a 3M authorized service provider replace a ruptured lamp.
• Always handle the fragile lamp module with care.
• Wash your hands thoroughly if you come in contact with lamp debris.
• Replace the lamp module when the lamp replacement message appears.
• Never replace the lamp module with a previously used lamp module.
To reduce the risk associated with choking:
• Keep batteries away from children and pets.
To reduce the risk of associated with environmental contamination, due to mercury in the projection lamp:
• Don't throw the lamp cartridge in the trash. Dispose of the lamp cartridge in accordance with your respective
governmental agencies for hazardous waste. For disposal information in the U.S., contact the Electronic
Industries Alliance at www.lamprecycle.org. In Canada, contact the Electronic Product Stewardship Canada at
www.wpsc.ca.
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 WARNING
To reduce the risk of environmental contamination due to lead based solder:
• Don’t throw circuit boards in the trash. Dispose of circuit boards in accordance with your respective
governmental agencies for hazardous waste.
To reduce the risk associated with radio interference:
• This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which case
the user may be required to take adequate measures.
To reduce the risks associated with hazards related to the use of alcohol based cleaners;
• Follow all instructions and recommendations in the Sanford Expo Whiteboard Cleaner Material Safety Data
Sheet and product label.
 CAUTION
To reduce the risk associated with tripping over cables:
• Position the product’s power cord and data cable so that they will not be tripped over.
To reduce the risk associated with chemical leakage, hot battery surface, and battery rupture:
• Use only same type AAA alkaline batteries in remote control.
• Use only same type AA alkaline batteries in presentation pen.
• Use only same type CR2032 Lithium coin batteries in pens and eraser.
• Avoid fire and heat sources above 100° C.
• Do not short circuit batteries.
• Do not attempt to recharge batteries.
• Do not break or disassemble batteries.
• Avoid eye and skin contact, ingestion and inhalation of battery chemicals in the event of a ruptured or broken
battery.
• Replace all batteries at the same time.
• Properly orient the plus (+) and minus (-) terminals of the batteries.
• Remove batteries when not used for an extended period of time.
To reduce the risks associated with impact from the projection arm and tripping over the legs of the
portable cart:
• Do not use this Wall Display around unsupervised children.
• Do not allow children to hang onto the projection arm.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
• In some countries, the voltage is not stable. This appliance is designed to operate within a range of 100~240
Vac. In these countries, it is recommended to install a power stabilizer unit.
• Do not manually open or close the projection arm while the 3M Digital Wall Display is in operation.
• Save the shipping box and packing materials in the event the 3M Digital WallDisplay should ever need to be
moved.
• For other types of wall material (e.g. wood, concrete, concrete block) use mounting hardware that is properly
rated for the weight of the unit and is intended for specific wall material.
• Most of the weight is at the projection head/speakers end of the 3M Digital WallDisplay.
• Use the enclosed cables to ensure image and audio quality. Substituting cables of lesser quality may result in
poor image quality or audio noise.
• There is a 30-second reset period before the On/Off Button will function again. During this period, the On/Off
Button will flash red.
• If the 3M Digital WallDisplay will not be moved or disconnected, leave the Master Power Switch on for your
convenience.
• Do not turn off the Master Power Switch or unplug the power cord before pressing the On/Off Button.
After the On/Off Button is pressed, the fan continues for approximately five minutes to cool the 3M Digital
WallDisplay.
• The USB or serial mouse cable must be connected between the 3M Digital WallDisplay and the computer
when using Mouse mode.
• Avoid excessive heat and humidity. Do not mix old and new batteries or different types of batteries.
• You must hear or feel a distinctive snap to ensure facade is securely attached.
• Do not reset the lamp hours if the lamp cartridge was not changed. This can damage internal components.
• Before continuing with this adjustment, move the arm assembly up and down to relieve any stress and see if
the arm will realign itself and project an aligned image.
• After making adjustments it may be necessary to perform the side to side adjustment to center the image
properly.
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Product Safety Label
The following safety label is used on or within the 3M Digital WallDisplay to alert you to this area requiring
your attention.
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Save These Instructions
The information contained in this manual will help you operate and maintain your 3M Digital WallDisplay.
Trademarks
The 3M logo and 3M are registered trademarks of 3M Company. Vikuiti is a trademark of 3M Company.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer, and NetMeeting are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
Apple Macintosh and Apple PowerBook are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and other
countries.
Digital Light Processing is a trademark or registered trademark of Texas Instruments.
eBeam, e-Beam, eBeam Mouse, eBeam Moderator, eBeam Software, ImagePort and eBeam Presenter are
registered trademarks of Electronics for Imaging, Inc.
Sun and Java are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other
countries.
UNIX is a registered trademark in the United States and other countries, licensed exclusively through X/Open
Company Limited.
Palm is a trademark of Palm Computing, Inc. or its subsidiaries.
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Netscape and the Netscape N and Ship’s Wheel logos are registered trademarks of Netscape Communications
Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Navigator and Communicator are also trademarks of Netscape
Communications Corporation and may be registered outside the U.S.
All other products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Patents
3M Digital WallDisplay is protected by Utility Patent 6,179,426 and Design Patent D442,205.
Other patents pending.
3M Digital WallDisplay Technical Support
• In U.S. or Canada: 1-800-328-1371
• Web Site: http://www.3M.com/walldisplay
FCC Statement—Class A
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, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Instructions to Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide a reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Notice
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel
brouilleur du Canada.
EEC Statement—Class A
This machine was tested against the 89/336/EEC (European Economic Community) for EMC (Electro Magnetic
Compatibility) and fulfills these requirements.
Video Signal Cables
Double shielded coaxial cables (FCC shield cable) must be used, and the outer shield must be connected
to the ground. If normal coaxial cables are used, the cable must be enclosed in metal pipes or in a similar
way to reduce the interference noise radiation.
Video Inputs
The input signal amplitude must not exceed the specified level.
(See Appendix for these levels.)
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Model Identification and Differences
Identify Model
The nameplate, located behind the storage door, identifies the 3M Digital WallDisplay (DWD). Push the
storage door to open it. The figure below shows the nameplate, and the table shows the model numbers and
corresponding model names.
Model Number
Model Name
9000PD
3M Digital WallDisplay 9000PD for Projection Display
9200IC
3M Digital WallDisplay 9200IC with Interactive Collaboration
9200IW
3M Digital WallDisplay 9200IW with Interactive Whiteboard
Model Differences
Below is a table that identifies the differences between the 3M Digital WallDisplay models.
Model Number
9000PD
9200IW
9200IC
Projection Screen
Easy Dry-Erase and
Projection
Copyboard*
Interactive Whiteboard**
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
*The Copyboard feature allows you to print notes written on the 3M Digital WallDisplay to an attached
printer. (PCL3 compatible printer required. See list in Appendix.)
**The Digital Whiteboard feature allows you to capture notes written on the 3M Digital WallDisplay with
an attached computer or use the 3M Digital WallDisplay as an interactive display for a computer.
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Contents
The 3M Digital WallDisplay is shipped with the necessary cables required for standard VCR, PC, Macintosh or
laptop computer connections. Carefully unpack and verify that you have all of the items shown below. If any are
missing, please contact your place of purchase.
R
MOUSE
POWER
MENU
MUTE
BLANK
INPUT
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
OFF
Remote Control
(with batteries)
Mac
adapter
VGA Cable
3-Conductor
Video/Audio Cable
3M™ Digital
Power Cable
(US, UK, Euro)
Serial
Mouse Cable
PC Audio
Cable
DVI-D Cable
USB
Cable
S-Video
Cable
8000DP
WallDisplay
ion Display
...for Project
3M™ Digital
8000VC
WallDisplay
...for Video Telecon
ferencing
Operator’s Guide
(CD-ROM)
Product Registration
Card
Optional Accessories
• Accessory Tray/Laptop Shelf
• Easy-Erase Screen
• Replacement Lamp Kit
• Extended Warranty
Note: Save the shipping box and packing materials in the event the 3M Digital WallDisplay should ever need
to be moved.
What’s Next?
After the 3M Digital WallDisplay has been installed in your meeting room, you are ready to set it up.
Please read this guide thoroughly before operating your new 3M Digital WallDisplay.
Be sure to check our web site (www.3M.com/walldisplay) regularly for updates and supplemental information.
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Part Identification
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
13
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15
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ROW
PC
1
AUDIO
USB
MOUSE
OUT
2 (THIS ROW FOR DIGITAL WHITEBOARD OPTION ONLY)
AUDIO
IN
10
9
8
7
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
PRINTER
Facade
Lamp Housing Door (behind facade)
Projection Screen
Left Bezel
Remote Control Unit
Storage Door
Storage Door Window
On/Off Button
Infrared Remote Sensor
Connection Panel Door
Right Bezel
Speakers
Projection Head
Projection Arm
Connection Panel
Menu Keypad
Status LED Indicators
Master Power Switch
16
AC Power Cord Socket
RCA
VGA
COMPUTER
DVI-D
SERIAL
MOUSE
RS-232
COMPUTER
1
2
18
17
3
4
MENU KEYPAD
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3M Digital WallDisplay Features
The 3M Digital WallDisplay combines the following features into one sleek, sophisticated package.
• Full connectivity for computer or video presentations
• Large 60˝ diagonal screen
• 4:3 screen aspect ratio matches business applications and viewing data
• Flat screen allows extra wide (up to 170°) viewing angles
• Projection arm position guarantees image is in focus every time
• Allows presenter to move without blocking image
• Built-in, powerful stereo speaker system
• Single button operation
• Hand-held remote control for most functions
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Installation and System Setup
Recommendation and Things to Consider Before Installing
Location of Unit
• Place near AC outlet. The AC power connection is located on the lower-left corner of the 3M Digital
WallDisplay (the unit). The AC power cord supplied with the unit is 6 feet (2 m) long.
• Service and screen replacement – The projection screen is removed from the side of the unit during replacement
or service. For ease of replacement and access, position the unit 48 inches from the nearest obstruction or
adjacent wall.
• Low-hanging lights – The projection arm extends 3 1/3 feet from the unit while in operation. Ensure that the
projection arm will not come in contact with low-hanging light fixtures.
Air Ventilation
• Minimum clearance around the unit should be 4 inches.
• Air Vents – keep the air vents clear of objects and dust.
41"
(1.04 m)
4" (100 mm)
48"
(1.2 m)
48"
(1.2 m)
from 3M
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91"
(2.3 m)
88 1/2"
(2.25 m)
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Installing the Wall Bracket
Unpacking Wall Bracket and Hardware
1. Place the shipping container face up on the floor.
2. Open the end of the shipping container.
3. Slide the shipping tray partially out the container.
4. Locate and Remove the wall bracket and hardware.
The hardware is taped to the wall bracket.
Installation for a Hollow Wall-Drywall
1. Determine the desired location of the unit. Locate
all wall studs in area.
2. While holding the bracket in place, use a
carpenter’s level to ensure the proper level and then
mark the three hole locations on the wall. Ensure
that no studs are behind the hole locations.
To Floor
3. Using a Phillips screw driver, screw the supplied
anchors into the wall until they are flush with the
wall surface.
4. Align the wall bracket holes over the wall anchors
and secure with the washer and anchor screws.
Confirm that the wall bracket is level before
tightening the screws.
Note: For other types of wall material (e.g. wood,
concrete, concrete block) use mounting hardware
that is properly rated for the weight of the unit and is
intended for specific wall material.
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Hanging the 3M Digital WallDisplay
Unpacking the 3M Digital WallDisplay
1. Place the shipping container face up on the floor
and open the end previous opened.
2. Slide the shipping tray out of the shipping
container.
3. Remove the accessory box(es) from the top
support.
4. Remove the top support.
5. Remove the plastic bag from the 3M Digital
WallDisplay by lifting the top of the unit and
pushing the bag towards the bottom of the unit.
Then set down the top.
6. Lift up the bottom and remove the bag completely.
7. Remove and set aside the tape holding the
projection arm in place.
8. Remove the projection arm shipping foam, by
opening the projection arm from the left.
9. Replace the tape to hold the projection arm in place
while hanging on the wall.
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Hanging on the Wall
1. If possible, position the 3M Digital WallDisplay
and shipping tray in front of the wall where the
bracket is located. Position the unit so that the
projection arm is closest to the wall.
2. Clear the path from the unit to the wall where it
will be hanging.
Note: Most of the weight is at the projection head/
speakers end of the 3M Digital WallDisplay.
3. With one person holding each side of the unit,
carefully lift it into position so that the bracket slot
is above the wall bracket. Ensure that the unit is
securely in place before releasing.
4. Remove the tape from the projection arm.
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System Setup
It only takes a few minutes to connect the 3M Digital WallDisplay to your computer, VCR, DVD player, video
conference unit, or other devices.
The connection panel is located underneath the bottom right corner of the 3M Digital WallDisplay, under the
Connection Panel Door. Press and release door to access connection panel.
ROW
PC
1
A U DIO
USB
MOUSE
OUT
A U DIO
IN
2 (THIS ROW FOR DIGITAL WHITEBOA R DOPTION ONLY)
BOTTOM OF PANEL
FRONT OF PANEL
Note: Use the enclosed cables to ensure image and audio quality. Substituting cables of lesser quality may
result in poor image quality or audio noise.
PC
Audio
USB
Mouse
Out
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
RCA
PRINTER
Audio
In
S-Video
RCA
Video
DVI-D
COMPUTER
VGA
SERIAL
MOUSE
RS-232
COMPUTER
DVI-D
Computer
VGA
Serial
Mouse
RS-232
PC Audio
Connects to the computer’s audio output and provides audio for VGA and DVI-D
(Digital Visual Interface - Digital only) inputs.
USB Mouse
Connects to the computer’s USB port and provides wireless mouse control using the 3M
Digital WallDisplay remote control Disk Pad button.
Audio Out
Connects to an external audio amplifier and provides audio from the active audio source.
Audio In
Connects to the audio output of a video device (e.g. VCR or DVD), and provides audio
for both S-Video and RCA video inputs.
S-Video
Connects to an S-Video output signal.
RCA Video
Connects to a composite video device.
DVI-D
Connects to a computer that supports the DVI-D interface.
VGA
Connects to the VGA or monitor Out port of a computer.
Serial Mouse
Connects to a computer’s 9-pin serial port and provides wireless mouse control using the
3M Digital WallDisplay remote control Disk Pad button.
RS-232
Connects to a control device’s serial port and provides control of the 3M Digital
WallDisplay using RS-232C protocol and the specified serial commands.
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Operation
Startup
1. Plug power cord into wall socket.
2. Flip on the Master Power Switch beneath the lower left corner of the 3M Digital WallDisplay, near the
3M label. This should stay on at all times. Now the 3M Digital WallDisplay is in standby mode. The large
oval On/Off Button will be backlit amber after several seconds.
3. Press the On/Off Button in the center of the lower front panel. The projection arm will extend outward
from its housing at the top of the 3M Digital WallDisplay unit. Do not block its movement.
4. When the projection arm is fully extended, the lamp will turn on automatically. It will reach full
illumination in approximately 60 seconds. The On/Off Button should then be backlit green.
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Operation
Shutdown
1. Press the On/Off Button on the bottom center panel of the 3M Digital WallDisplay unit.
2. The lamp will turn off and the projector arm will return to its housing. The On/Off Button will flash red
as the arm closes.
Note:
There is a 30-second reset period before the On/Off Button will function again. During this
period, the On/Off Button will flash red.
The fan will continue to run for approximately five minutes to cool the unit.
Note: If the 3M Digital WallDisplay will not be moved or disconnected, leave the Master Power Switch on
for your convenience.
Do not turn off the Master Power Switch or unplug the power cord before pressing the On/Off
Button. After the On/Off Button is pressed, the fan continues for approximately five minutes to cool
the 3M Digital WallDisplay.
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Remote Control Unit
3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Remote Control Unit
Features
The remote control sensor is on the front lower panel of the 3M Digital WallDisplay unit. The distance between
the sensor and remote control must be shorter than 4 meters (13 feet).
The remote control unit has two keypads. The Forward keypad is above the flip-top cover. The Rear keypad is
beneath the cover. The Trigger Button is underneath the front IR Sensor of the remote control unit and can be
pressed easily with the index finger.
FORWARD KEYPAD
DISK PAD
Press to control the computer’s
mouse, navigate the menu
system, or control the Pointer or
Reveal functions.
IR SENSOR
Transmits infrared signals to 3M
Digital WallDisplay unit.
LED
Indicates that remote control unit
is transmitting signal.
POWER
Press to turn 3M Digital
WallDisplay on/off.
MUTE
Press to turn the audio (speaker)
function on/off.
R
MOUSE
POWER
MENU
MUTE
BLANK
INPUT
POINTER VOLUME
+
FREEZE
REVEAL
TIMER
R MOUSE
Press for right-mouse-button
function in mouse mode.
MENU
Press to display onscreen
menu system.
BLANK
Press to turn the screen-blanking function on/off.
INPUT
Press to change source of
input.
REAR KEYPAD
VOLUME
Press to adjust the speaker
and Audio Out sound level.
TRIGGER BUTTON
Press for left-mouse
button functions.
TIMER
Press to turn on/off display of
countdown timer.
POINTER
Press to turn the pointing
function on/off.
FREEZE
Press to turn the still-mode
function on/off.
REVEAL
Press to uncover part of the
screen from top to bottom or
from left to right.
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Remote Control Unit
Forward Keypad
Power
Press to turn the 3M Digital WallDisplay on/off. When power is turned on, the 3M Digital WallDisplay will
automatically extend the projection arm and ignite the lamp.
Mute
Press to temporarily turn off the sound. Press again or press the Volume + or - buttons to restore sound.
Disk Pad
Press to:
• control the computer’s mouse when using the Mouse function.
• select menu items and adjust values in the onscreen menu system.
• control the Pointer position while using the Pointer function.
• control the path of the Reveal function.
While using the onscreen menu system or Pointer function, the computer Mouse function is temporarily disabled.
To regain computer mouse control, turn off the current function or the onscreen menu system.
Note: The USB or serial mouse cable must be connected between the 3M Digital WallDisplay and the
computer when using Mouse mode.
R Mouse
Acts as the right-mouse button when the mouse function is active.
Menu
Press to display the onscreen menu system. Press again to conceal the onscreen menu system.
Blank
Press to make the screen go blank. Press again to return to normal display function.
Input
Press to change the source of input for 3M Digital WallDisplay. The Input button cycles between Computer,
DVI, Composite Video (RCA jacks), and S-Video.
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Rear Keypad
Pointer
Press to turn the pointing function on/off. A green dot will appear on the screen. The dot can be controlled by
pressing the arrows on the Disk Pad.
Volume
Press the + button to increase or the - button to decrease the speaker loudness level. When the audio is muted, the
Volume + or - buttons will also cancel the Mute function.
Timer
Press to turn the timing function on/off. The timer will display on the screen and begin to count down. To change
the Timer value, refer to the On Scrn Timer sub-menu in the Tools menu.
Freeze
A moving image can be stilled or ‘frozen’ when the Freeze button is pressed. To release the Freeze function,
press the Freeze button again.
Reveal
Press to turn the screen-reveal function on/off. Press the Disk Pad in the desired reveal direction (e.g. press down
to reveal from the top down, etc.).
Trigger Button
On the underside of the remote control unit, beneath the IR sensor, press button for left-mouse-button functions.
R
MOUSE
POWER
MENU
MUTE
BLANK
INPUT
POINTER VOLUME
+
FREEZE
REVEAL
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TIMER
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Remote Control Unit
Installing or Replacing Batteries
1. Push and slide the battery compartment tab in the direction shown, then lift it off.
2. Install two AAA batteries as indicated by the diagram inside the compartment.
3. Snap the battery compartment cover back on.
Note: Avoid excessive heat and humidity.
Do not mix old and new batteries or different types of batteries.
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Menu System
3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Menu System
Menu Navigation
Most adjustments and settings are available in the main menu and sub-menus. To navigate and make adjustments,
use the 3M Digital WallDisplay’s Menu Keypad button or the remote control’s Menu and Disk Pad buttons.
Colorful—Bright Slider
The Colorful—Bright slider adjusts the brightness, contrast, and color saturation levels simultaneously. Move
the slider toward Colorful to achieve maximum color saturation and contrast. Move the slider toward Bright to
achieve maximum brightness.
To adjust the Colorful—Bright slider:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Colorful—Bright slider by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad or
Menu Keypad.
3. Move the slider by pressing the left or right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
4. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the right
arrow of the Menu Keypad.
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Menu System
Warm—Cool Slider
The Warm—Cool slider adjusts the color temperature. Move the slider toward Warm to achieve warmer, more
reddish images. Move the slider toward Cool to achieve cooler, more bluish images.
To adjust the Warm—Cool slider:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Warm—Cool slider by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad or
Menu Keypad.
3. Move the slider by pressing the left or right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
4. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the right
arrow of the Menu Keypad.
Volume Slider
The Volume slider adjusts the speaker and audio output sound level. Move the slider toward the right to increase
the sound. Move the slider toward the left to decrease the sound.
To adjust the Volume slider:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Volume slider by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad or Menu
Keypad.
3. Move the slider by pressing the left or right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
4. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the right arrow
of the Menu Keypad.
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Menu System
3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Mute Menu Function
The Mute menu function turns the sound on and off.
To turn the Mute menu function on:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Mute menu function by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad or
Menu Keypad.
3. Turn the Mute function on by pressing the left or right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad. The
sound will turn off.
4. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the right
arrow of the Menu Keypad.
Mute function ON
To turn the Mute menu function off:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Mute menu function by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad or
Menu Keypad.
3. Turn the Mute function off by pressing the left or right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad. The
sound will turn on.
4. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the right
arrow of the Menu Keypad.
Mute function OFF
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Menu System
Input Select Menu
The Input Select menu defines the displayed video source. When Input Select menu is selected, the current
video source is shown. The Input options are: Computer (VGA Input), DVI-D, S-Video, Comp. Video (RCA
Video Input), and No Signal. An Input option is available to select when an active video source is connected to
the 3M Digital WallDisplay input connection.
To set the Input Select menu:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Input Select menu function by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad
or Menu Keypad.
3. Press the right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad repeatedly until the desired input option is shown.
4. Activate the input option by pressing the left arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
5. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the right
arrow of the Menu Keypad.
Reset All Menu
The Reset All menu function sets all menu settings to their default settings.
To turn the Reset All menu function on:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Reset All menu function by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad or
Menu Keypad.
3. To activate the Reset All function, press the right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
4. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the right
arrow of the Menu Keypad.
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Menu System
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Image Adj Sub-Menu
The Image Adjustment sub-menu adjusts the projected image settings for the VGA and DVI-D inputs. Use the
Vertical Position and Horizontal Position sliders to reposition an image if portions are not visible. Use the
Phase and Sync sliders to eliminate vertical banding and noise.
Vertical Position
Adjusts the vertical position of the projected image.
Horizontal Position
Adjusts the horizontal position of the projected image.
Phase
Adjusts the pixel sampling. Use this to reduce image noise and flicker.
Sync
Adjusts the expected pixel number in a single video line. Use this to eliminate
banding.
Main
Returns to main menu.
Exit
Leaves the menu system.
To open the Image Adj submenu:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Image Adj sub-menu by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad or
Menu Keypad.
3. To open the Image Adj sub-menu, press the right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
4. Scroll to the desired slider and move it to the right or left as needed.
5. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the left or
right arrow of the Menu Keypad.
To return to the main menu, select Main and press the left or right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
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Tools Sub-Menu
The Tools sub-menu provides access to the following settings and tools:
Onscreen Timer
Allows you to set a timer and display it onscreen.
Language
Selects which language to use for onscreen commands. (Default language is
English.) It cycles between English, German, Spanish, Italian, and French.
Auto Shutoff
Will automatically turn off the 3M Digital WallDisplay within the time desired.
(Default time is 0 minutes.)
Auto Switch
When an input source is lost or disconnected, Auto Switch automatically detects
and switches to the next available input source. When Auto Switch is disabled,
press the Input button on the remote control to select the next available input
source.
Usage/Hrs
Displays and/or resets 3M Digital WallDisplay’s and lamp’s operating time, in
number of hours.
Audio Adjust
Allows you to adjust the bass and treble.
To open the Tools sub-menu:
1. Open the menu system by pressing the remote control Menu button or any arrow on the Menu Keypad.
2. Select the Tools sub-menu by pressing the up or down arrows on the remote control Disk Pad or Menu
Keypad.
3. To open the Tools sub-menu, press the right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
4. Scroll to the desired item and adjust as needed.
5. Close the menu system by pressing the Menu button or scrolling to Exit and selecting it with the right
arrow of the Menu Keypad.
To return to the main menu, select Main and press the left or right arrow of the Disk Pad or Menu Keypad.
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Maintenance
3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Maintenance
General Maintenance
For general cleaning of the screen and exterior of the 3M Digital WallDisplay, use a damp cloth or dry cleaning
cloth such as the 3M High Performance Cleaning Cloth.
Standard dry-erase cleaners may be used on the dry-eraseable screens, such as Sanford® Expo® Whiteboard
Cleaner. Do not use other spray cleaners or solvents on any part of the 3M Digital WallDisplay.
Lamp Usage
Use and Replacement of Lamp
The 3M Digital WallDisplay lamp has a normal operating time of approximately 1600 hours, called the lamp life.
After the lamp has been operating for 1400 hours or longer, the following messages will appear on the screen for
the first three minutes of operation. When this happens, turn off the 3M Digital WallDisplay and replace the lamp
with a new one. Using an old lamp in the 3M Digital WallDisplay could cause a malfunction.
Onscreen Lamp Messages
PLEASE CHANGE THE LAMP
The lamp has been in use for 1400–1499 hours and needs to be changed. After replacing the lamp, reset the lamp
timer.
THERE ARE (x) HOURS OF LAMP LIFE REMAINING
THE WALLDISPLAY WILL SHUT OFF IN 40 MINUTES
The lamp has been in use for 1500–1579 hours, and the power will turn off after 40 more minutes. After
replacing the lamp, reset the lamp timer.
THERE ARE (x) HOURS OF LAMP LIFE REMAINING
THE WALLDISPLAY WILL SHUT OFF IN 5 MINUTES
The lamp has been in use for more than 1580 hours, and the power will automatically turn off after 5 minutes.
After replacing the lamp, reset the lamp timer.
All of these messages will display for no longer than three minutes, but each will display whenever you turn the
lamp on again, until the lamp is replaced.
For lamp-changing instructions, please refer to the next page.
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Lamp Replacement
1. Turn the power off and disconnect the power cord from the
outlet.
2. Allow approximately 45 minutes for the lamp to cool, if
necessary.
3. There are two indentations behind the top of the facade, near
each end. Grasp facade plate at each indentation and pull out
and down to remove plate.
Facade
4. Loosen the self-contained screw at the upper righthand corner
of the lamp housing door with a standard screwdriver.
5. Two black wires connect to the lamp cartridge by a black
plastic receptacle on the right side of the lamp cartridge.
Lamp
Cartridge
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Black
Wires
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Maintenance
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5a. Hold down this receptacle with your left thumb and (5b) pull
connectors out of the receptacle with other hand.
5a
5b
6. Open the latch by moving the metal lever to the left.
Lever
7. While holding the latch open, grasp the lamp cartridge and
pull it straight out of the lamp compartment.
8. Holding the latch open, slide the new lamp cartridge into
place.
9. Reconnect black wires to the receptacle.
10. Close the lamp housing door and tighten the screw.
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Maintenance
11. Align the slots and tabs of the right side of the facade and
projection arm as shown, then snap firmly into place.
12. Align the slots and tabs of the left side of the facade and
projection head as shown, then snap firmly into place.
Note: You must hear or feel a distinctive snap to ensure
facade is securely attached.
Whenever the lamp is replaced, please reset the total lamp operating time. (Refer to next page.)
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Maintenance
3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Resetting Lamp Hours
Please do the following within 10 minutes of turning power on after you replace the lamp.
1. Press the Menu Keypad or the Menu button on the remote control and use the Disk Pad to scroll down to
the Tools menu.
2. In the Tools menu, scroll down the pop-up list to Usage/Hrs to display the total operating time of the
lamp.
3. Select Lamp Reset from the next pop-up list.
4. Select Exit.
Note: Do not reset the lamp hours if the lamp cartridge was not changed. This can damage internal
components.
Important Note: This lamp contains mercury. Don’t throw lamp cartridge in the trash. Dispose of the
lamp cartridge in accordance with your respective governmental agencies for hazardous
waste. For disposal information in the US, contact the Electronic Industries Alliance at
www.lamprecycle.org. In Canada contact the Electronic Product Stewardship Canada at
www.wpsc.ca.
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Maintenance
Replacing ProjectionScreen
Replacing the 3M Digital WallDisplay screen is very simple.
1. Turn off the 3M Digital WallDisplay and disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.
2. Remove the right and left side bezels. There are two ways to remove it. Either snap it off or insert a
screwdriver into the notch located on the sides of each bezel, near the top. The bezel will easily snap on
and off for screen replacement.
3. Slide the screen straight out of the open side. Be sure to allow approximately 4 feet of clear space on
either side of the 3M Digital WallDisplay to do this.
4. Insert new screen into the open side and slide into place. Ensure that the screen is centered before
replacing the side bezels. The bezels have ribs on the inside that could damage the screen if it is not
centered.
5. Insert the bottom of the bezel first, then snap bezel back into place.
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Maintenance
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Optical Engine Adjustment
The optical engine needs to be aligned when the vertical or horizontal images do not cover the screen or
are tilted.
Note: Before continuing with this adjustment, move the arm assembly up and down to relieve any stress and
see if the arm will realign itself and project an aligned image.
1. Locate the access door on the under side of the
projection arm.
2. Slide the door release catch to the open position
using the blade of a small screwdriver. Carefully
lift outward to remove the optical engine door.
3. Locate adjustment screw for side to side screen
adjustment. Locate locking screw for side to side
adjustment.
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4. Loosen locking screw. Then use blade screwdriver
on adjustment screw to move screen image from
side to side if required. Tighten locking screw.
5. Locate adjustment screw for right side screen
adjustment. Locate locking screw for right side
adjustment.
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6. Loosen locking screw. Then use blade screwdriver
on adjustment screw to move right side screen
image up and down if required. Tighten locking
screw.
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Maintenance
7. Locate adjustment screw for left side screen
adjustment. Locate locking screw for left side
adjustment.
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8. Loosen locking screw. Then use blade screwdriver
on adjustment screw to move left side screen image
up and down if required. Tighten locking screw.
Note: After making adjustments it may be necessary
to perform the side to side adjustment to center
the image properly.
9. Replace the optical adjustment door.
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Troubleshooting
3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Troubleshooting
Common Problems and Solutions
Symptom
Cause
Solution
Power cannot be turned on.
The power cord is disconnected.
Insert the power cord into an AC
socket.
The Master Power Switch is not
turned on.
Turn on the Master Power
Switch.
The arm facade is not in place.
Make sure the arm facade is in
place.
The desired input source is not
selected.
Press the remote control Input
button to select a desired input
source.
The cables from the input source
are not connected.
Connect the cable to correct input
source.
The input source is not turned on
or not displaying an image. (e.g. If
a notebook computer, the external
monitor port is not turned on.)
Turn on input source
The internal temperature is too
high.
Clear blocked ventilation holes.
The lamp has reached maximum
life or has prematurely failed.
Replace lamp.
The projection arm opens, then
closes.
The lamp will not ignite.
Replace lamp.
Sound is heard with no picture.
The VGA/Video cables are not
connected.
Connect the cables to the correct
input source.
No picture or sound
The lamp will not ignite or has
turned off.
The VGA/Video/Audio cables are
connected to the wrong input.
Picture is displayed with no sound
Picture is dark.
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The VGA/Video cables are not
connected.
The audio cables are connected to
the wrong input.
Connect the cables to the correct
input source.
The volume is set to Minimum.
Turn up Volume.
The Mute is on.
Turn off Mute.
The Colorful—Bright setting must
be adjusted.
Adjust Colorful—Bright slider
setting.
The lamp needs to be replaced.
Replace lamp.
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Common Problems and Solutions
Symptom
Cause
Solution
Desired input source cannot be
detected.
The input source is not active.
A signal must be present for the
input to be selected.
Connect an active input source to
unit.
The input device (e.g. computer,
VHS player, etc.) is not turned on.
Turn on input source
The remote control is not facing
the remote control sensor.
Face the remote control toward
the remote control sensor.
The remote control is too far from
the sensor.
Operate the remote control within
5 meters.
An obstruction is between the
remote control and the sensor.
Remove obstacle.
The remote control’s batteries are
exhausted.
Replace batteries.
The menu system will not display
without an input source displayed.
Connect an active input source to
unit.
The remote control does not work
The menu system will not display.
Onscreen Messages
Message
Meaning
No input is detected
3M Digital WallDisplay is not receiving a signal from
an external source. Check the cable connections and
verify power is on and external source is working.
Please change the lamp
The lamp has 1400–1499 hours on it and needs to
be changed.
There are (x) hours of lamp life remaining.
The WallDisplay will shut off in 40 minutes
The lamp has 1500–1579 hours on it and needs to
be changed.
There are (x) hours of lamp life remaining.
The WallDisplay will shut off in 5 minutes
When the lamp has 1580 hours or more on it, the
message will flash, and the power will turn off after
5 minutes.
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Service Information
Service Information
Replacement Parts
Description
Part Number
Power Cord (EU)
78-8131-0004-3
Power Cord (US)
78-8131-0005-0
Power Cord (UK)
78-8131-0003-5
Serial Mouse Cable
26-1015-0423-6
USB Cable
26-1015-0424-4
VGA Cable
26-1015-0425-1
DVI-D Cable
26-1015-0418-6
PC Audio Cable
26-1015-0420-2
S-Video Cable
26-1015-0422-8
Replacement Lamp
78-6969-9736-6
Remote Control Unit
78-8121-0330-3
Macintosh Adapter
26-1015-0419-4
3-Conductor Video/Audio Cable
26-1015-0421-0
Easy Erase Screen
78-6969-9469-4
3M Vikuiti High Brightness Screen
78-6969-9471-0
Optional Accessories
Accessory Tray (right side)
78-6969-9753-1
Accessory Tray (left side)
78-6969-9754-9
Ordering Parts or Getting Information
For product information, product assistance, service information, or to order accessories, please contact 3M
Customer Service at the following numbers:
• In U.S. or Canada: 1-800-328-1371
• In other locations, contact your 3M Sales office.
The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice.
3M assumes no responsibility for the infringement of special rights of a third party or other rights that may arise out of the
information contained in this manual.
Reproduction of this manual in any form without prior permission is strictly prohibited.
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Appendix
3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Appendix
3M™ Digital WallDisplay Specifications
Display Size
60" Diagonal viewing area
Display Aspect Ratio
4:3
Display System
Single Chip, DLP™ Texas Instruments technology
DLP Chip
Chip Diagonal Size
0.7 inch
Number of Pixels
1024 x 768 pixels
Color
24-bit full color
Contrast Ratio
150:1
Dimensions
47.6" H x 53.2" W x 7.0" D
(1208 mm x 1350 mm x 179 mm)
Weight
Approx. 85 lbs.
Video Compatibility
NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM
Computer Video Compatibility
VGA to SXGA
Mouse Emulation
PC serial mouse, ADB and USB
Analog RGB: 15-pin mini D-Sub
Computer Input Signals
Digital RGB: DVD-D (digital only)
Audio: 3.5 mm stereo mini-jack
Input/Output Terminal
Audio System
Power Requirements
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Video Input Signals
S-Video: Mini DIN 4-pin
Audio Out
RCA jacks
RS-232 Control Port
9-pin D-Sub
Mouse Emulation Port
9-pin D-Sub
Amplifier (to speakers)
20 Watts per channel
Speakers
40 Watts Max., 8 ohms
100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 400 Watts Max.
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3M™ Digital WallDisplay
Input/Output Signal Specifications
Computer
Video Signal
Analog 0.7Vp-p, 75 Ohms
termination (positive polarity)
Horizontal Sync Signal
TTL Level (positive/negative
polarity)
Vertical Sync Signal
TTL Level (positive/negative
polarity)
Audio Input Signal
200m Vrms, 20k Ohms (Max
3.0Vp-p)
Audio Output Signal
0~200m Vrms, 1k Ohms
S-Video
Video
Luminance Signal
1.0Vp-p, 75 Ohms
Chrominance Signal
0.286Vp-p (color burst), 75 Ohms
Video Signal
1.0Vp-p, 75 Ohms
Audio Input Signal
200m Vrms, 20k Ohms
Computer Compatibility
Resolution
Refresh Rate
Horizontal Frequency
85 Hz
37.9 kHz
60 Hz
31.5 kHz
72 Hz
37.9 kHz
75 Hz
37.5 kHz
85 Hz
43.3 kHz
56 Hz
35.1 kHz
60 Hz
37.9 kHz
72 Hz
48.1 kHz
75 Hz
46.9 kHz
85 Hz
53.7 kHz
60 Hz
48.4 kHz
70 Hz
56.5 kHz
75 Hz
60.0 kHz
85 Hz
68.7 kHz
60 Hz
64.0 kHz
640x400
800x600
1024x768
1280x1024
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is suitable for your intended application. You assume all risks and liability associated with such use. Any statements related to
the product which are not contained in 3M’s current publications, or any contrary statements contained on your purchase order
shall have no force or effect unless expressly set forth in a written agreement signed by an authorized officer of 3M.
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