TENT A TIVE Desktop Projector 9280

TENT A TIVE Desktop Projector 9280

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TENT

Desktop Projector 9280

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TIVE

PRESENTATIONS

WORKING SESSIONS

TRAINING

MULTIMEDIA

ANIMATION

VIDEO

TO THE OWNER

Before operating this projector, read this manual thoroughly and operate the projector properly.

This projector provides many convenient features and functions. Operating the projector properly enables you to manage those features and maintains it in better condition for a considerable time.

Improper operation may result in not only shortening the product-life, but also malfunctions, fire hazard, or other accidents.

If your projector seems to operate improperly, read this manual again, check operations and cable connections and try the solutions in the “Trouble-shooting” section of the end of this booklet. If the problem still persists, contact the sales dealer where you purchased the projector or the service center.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO

RAIN OR MOISTURE.

This projector produces intense light from the projection lens. Do not stare directly into the lens as possible.

Eye damage could result. Be especially careful that children do not stare directly into the beam.

This projector should be set in the way indicated. If not, it may result in a fire hazard.

SIDE and TOP ●

Take appropriate space on the top, sides and rear of the projector cabinet for allowing air circulation and cooling the projector.

Minimum distance should be taken. If the projector is to be built into a compartment or similarly enclosed, the minimum distances must be maintained. Do not cover the ventilation slot on the projector. Heat build-up can reduce the service life of your projector, and can also be dangerous.

20cm

50cm 50cm

REAR

50cm

Do not put any flammable object or spray can near the projector, hot air is exhausted from the ventilation holes.

The Remote Control Unit, supplied to this projector, emits the laser beam as the Laser Pointer function from the Laser Light Window while pressing the LASER button (for 1 minute). Do not look into the Laser Light

Window or shine the laser beam on yourself or other people. Eye damage may result.

If the projector is not to be used for an extended time, unplug the projector from the power outlet.

READ AND KEEP THIS OWNER'S MANUAL FOR LATER USE.

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CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-

SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE EXCEPT LAMP REPLACEMENT. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED

SERVICE PERSONNEL.

THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT DANGEROUS

VOLTAGE CONSTITUTING A RISK OF ELECTRIC

SHOCK IS PRESENT WITHIN THIS UNIT.

THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THERE ARE IMPORTANT

OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE

OWNER'S MANUAL WITH THIS UNIT.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.

Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use. Unplug this projector from AC power supply before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the projector.

For added protection to the projector during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage due to lightning and power line surges.

Do not expose this unit to rain or use near water... for example, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, etc...

Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer as they may cause hazards.

Do not place this projector on an unstable cart, stand, or table.

The projector may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the projector. Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the projector. Wall or shelf mounting should follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use a mounting kit approved by the manufacturers.

An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.

Slots and openings in the back and bottom of the cabinet are provided for ventilation, to insure reliable operation of the equipment and to protect it from overheating.

The openings should never be covered with cloth or other materials, and the bottom opening should not be blocked by placing the projector on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This projector should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register.

This projector should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a book case unless proper ventilation is provided.

Never push objects of any kind into this projector through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.

Never spill liquid of any kind on the projector.

This projector should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied, consult your authorized dealer or local power company.

Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric shock. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this projector where the cord may be damaged by persons walking on it.

Do not attempt to service this projector yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Unplug this projector from wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.

b. If liquid has been spilled into the projector.

c. If the projector has been exposed to rain or water.

d. If the projector does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the projector to normal operation.

e. If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.

f. When the projector exhibits a distinct change in performance-this indicates a need for service.

When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.

Upon completion of any service or repairs to this projector, ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks to determine that the projector is in safe operating condition.

Voor de klanten in Nederland

Bij dit product zijn batterijen geleverd.

Wanneer deze leeg zijn, moet u ze niet weggooien maar inleveren als KCA.

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COMPLIANCES

Federal Communication Commission Notice

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part

15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the 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.

AC POWER CORD REQUIREMENT

The AC Power Cord supplied with this projector meets the requirement for use in the country you purchased it.

AC Power Cord for the United States and Canada :

AC Power Cord used in the United States and Canada is listed by the Underwriters

Laboratories (UL) and certified by the Canadian Standard Association (CSA).

AC Power Cord has a grounding-type AC line plug. This is a safety feature to be sure that the plug will fit into the power outlet. Do not try to defeat this safety feature.

Should you be unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician.

GROUND

THE SOCKET-OUTLET SHOULD BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND EASILY ACCESSIBLE.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FEATURES AND DESIGN 6

PREPARATION 7

NAME OF EACH PART OF THE PROJECTOR 7

SETTING-UP THE PROJECTOR

CONNECTING THE AC POWER CORD

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POSITIONING THE PROJECTOR

ADJUSTABLE FEET

MOVING THE PROJECTOR

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COMPUTER MODE

SELECTING COMPUTER MODE

SELECTING COMPUTER SYSTEM

COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS

PC ADJUSTMENT

PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT

NORMAL FUNCTION

AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION

PICTURE POSITION ADJUSTMENT

PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT

CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR 11

TERMINALS OF THE PROJECTOR 11

CONNECTING TO THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT 13

CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER 14

VIDEO MODE

SELECTING VIDEO MODE

SELECTING VIDEO SOURCE

VIDEO SIGNAL FROM VIDEO OR S-VIDEO JACK

VIDEO SIGNAL FROM Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr JACKS

SELECTING COLOR SYSTEM

PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT

NORMAL FUNCTION

PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT

BEFORE OPERATION

TOP CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

OPERATION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL

OPERATING RANGE

REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES INSTALLATION

OPERATING ON-SCREEN MENU

HOW TO OPERATE THE ON-SCREEN MENU

FLOW OF ON-SCREEN MENU

MENU BAR

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SETTING

SETTING MENU

SETTING LANGUAGE

BASIC OPERATION

TURNING ON / OFF THE PROJECTOR

ADJUSTING THE IMAGE

ZOOM ADJUSTMENT

FOCUS ADJUSTMENT

LENS SHIFT ADJUSTMENT

KEY STONE ADJUSTMENT

NO SHOW FUNCTION

PICTURE FREEZE FUNCTION

P-TIMER FUNCTION

SOUND ADJUSTMENT

DIRECT OPERATION

MENU OPERATION

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APPENDIX

OPERATING WIRELESS MOUSE

MAINTENANCE

TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR

AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING

LAMP REPLACEMENT

LAMP REPLACEMENT MONITOR TIMER

CLEANING THE PROJECTION LENS

TROUBLESHOOTING

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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TRADEMARKS

Apple, Macintosh, and PowerBook are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Computer,Inc.

IBM and PS/2 are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines, Inc.

Windows and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

Each name of corporations or products in the owner's manual is a trademark or a registered trademark of its respective corporation.

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FEATURES AND DESIGN

This Multimedia Projector is designed with the most advanced technology for portability, durability, and ease of use. The projector utilizes built-in multimedia features, a palette of 16.77 million colors, and matrix liquid crystal display (LCD) technology.

Compatibility

This projector widely accepts various video and computer input signals including;

Computers

IBM-compatible and Macintosh computers up to

1280 x 1024 resolution.

6 Color Systems

NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC 4.43, PAL-M or PAL-

N color system can be connected.

Component Video

Component video signals, such as a DVD player output high definition TV signals including 480i,

480p, 575i, 575p, 720p, 1035i, 1080i-50 or 1080i-

60, can be connected.

S-Video

S-Video signals, such as a S-VHS VCR output signals, can be connected.

Digital Zoom (Computer Mode only)

The Digital Zoom magnifies the image up to 49 times, allowing you to focus on crucial information at a presentation.

Motor-driven Lens Shift

The projection lens can be moved up and down with the motor-driven lens shift function. This function makes it easy to provide the projected image where you want.

The zoom and focus can be also adjusted with motordriven operation.

Keystone Correction

Positioning height of the projector may result in distorted images being displayed in a trapezoid shape. Keystone

Correction solves this problem by digitally altering the projection to produce undistorted images.

High Resolution Image

This projector provides 1024 x 768 dots resolution for computer input and 700 horizontal TV lines. The resolution from the computer between XGA (1024 x 768) and SXGA (1280 x 1024) is compressed into 1024 x 768 dots. This projector cannot display image of over 1280 x

1024 dots. When the resolution of your computer is over than 1280 x 1024, reset the computer output for lower resolution.

Power Management

Power Management function is provided to reduce power consumption while the projector is not in use.

This Power Management function operates to turn the

Projection Lamp off when the projector detects signal interruption and any button is not pressed over 5 minutes. The Projection Lamp is automatically turned on again when the projector detects the signal or any operation button is pressed.

This projector is shipped with this function ON.

Multi-Scan System

This projector has Multi-Scan System to conform to almost all computer output signals quickly. There is no need for troublesome manual adjustment of frequency and other settings.

Digital Visual Interface

This projector is equipped with the DVI 24-pin terminal for connecting DVI output of the computer.

One-Touch Auto Imaging

Incoming computer video signals are recognized and the best setting is automatically selected by the Auto Image function. No complicated setup is necessary and projection is always precise.

Laser Pointer Function

The Remote Control Unit supplied with this projector includes the Laser Pointer function. This function helps you to make a smart presentation on a projected screen.

Progressive Scan Function

This function converts interlace video signals into progressive scan signals and provide fine picture quality.

Wireless Mouse

The Remote Control Unit supplied with this projector has

Wireless Mouse function for the connected computer.

This function enables you to operate both projector and computer with this Remote Control Unit only.

Multilanguage Menu Display

Operation menu is displayed in; English, Deutsch,

Français, Italiano, Español, or Japanese.

PREPARATION

NAME OF EACH PART OF THE PROJECTOR

FRONT OF THE CABINET

TOP CONTROLS

AND INDICATORS

PROJECTION LENS

LENS COVER SPEAKERS

BACK OF THE CABINET

EXHAUST VENT

HOT AIR EXHAUSTED !

Air blown from the exhaust vent is hot.

When using or installing the projector, the following precautions should be taken.

Do not put a flammable object near this vent.

Keep the rear grills at least 3’(1m) away from any object, especially heat-sensitive object.

Do not touch this area, especially screws and metallic parts. This area will become hot while the projector is used.

This projector detects the internal temperature and automatically controls the operating power of the Cooling Fans.

POWER CORD CONNECTOR

INFRARED

REMOTE RECEIVERS

MAIN ON / OFF SWITCH

TERMINALS

AND CONNECTORS

BOTTOM OF THE CABINET

AIR INTAKE VENTS

(Side and Bottom)

This projector is equipped with cooling fans for protection from overheating.

Pay attention to the following to ensure proper ventilation and avoid a possible risk of fire and malfunction.

Do not cover the vent slots.

Keep bottom clear of any objects.

Obstructions may block cooling air.

LAMP COVER

ADJUSTABLE FEET

AND

FEET LOCK LATCHES

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PREPARATION

SETTING-UP THE PROJECTOR

CONNECTING THE AC POWER CORD

This projector uses nominal input voltages of 100-120 V or 200-240 V AC. The projector automatically selects the correct input voltage. It is designed to work with singlephase power systems having a grounded neutral conductor. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not plug into any other type of power system.

Consult your authorized dealer or service station if you are not sure of the type of power supply being in use.

Connect the projector with the peripheral equipment before turning the projector on. (Refer to pages 11 ~ 14 for connection.)

CAUTION

For safety, unplug the AC Power Cord when the appliance is not used.

When this projector is connected to the outlet with the

AC Power Cord, the appliance is in Stand-by Mode and consumes a little electric power.

Connect the AC Power Cord (supplied) to the projector.

The AC outlet must be near this equipment and must be easily accessible.

NOTE ON THE POWER CORD

The AC Power Cord must meet the requirement of the country where you use the projector.

Confirm the AC plug type with the chart below. The proper AC power cord must be used.

If the supplied AC Power Cord does not match the AC outlet, contact your sales dealer.

Projector side AC Outlet side

For the U.S.A. and Canada

Ground

For Continental Europe

To the POWER CORD

CONNECTOR on the projector.

To the AC Outlet.

(120 V AC)

To the AC Outlet.

(200 - 240 V AC)

PREPARATION

POSITIONING THE PROJECTOR

This projector is designed to project on a flat projection surface.

The projector can be focused from 4.6’ (1.4m) ~ 47.3’

(14.4m).

Refer to the figure below to adjust the screen size.

ROOM LIGHT

The brightness in the room has a great influence on the picture quality. It is recommended to limit ambient lighting in order to provide the best image.

11.8’ (3.6m)

4.6’ (1.4m)

100”

40”

77”

31”

23.6’ (7.2m)

200”

154”

35.4’ (10.8m)

300”

47.3’ (14.4m)

Max. Zoom

400”

308”

231”

Min. Zoom

Screen

Size

Max. Zoom

Min. Zoom

Distance

40”

31”

4.6’ (1.4m)

100”

77”

11.8’ (3.6m)

150”

115”

17.7’ (5.4m)

200”

154”

23.6’ (7.2m)

250”

192”

29.5’ (9.0m)

300”

231”

35.4’ (10.8m)

400”

308”

47.3’ (14.4m)

LENS SHIFT ADJUSTMENT

The projection lens can be moved up and down with the motor-driven lens shift function. This function makes it easy to provide the projected image where you want. The U/D ratio can be adjusted 10 : 0 ~ 1 : 3 (refer to the figure below.). Refer to P 21 for operation.

Highest (10 : 0) Lowest (1 : 3)

10 : 0

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3

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PREPARATION

ADJUSTABLE FEET

Picture tilt and projection angle can be adjusted by rotating the ADJUSTABLE FEET. Projection angle can be adjusted to 9.0 degrees.

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Lift the front of the projector and pull the FEET LOCK

LATCHES on both sides of the projector.

Release the FEET LOCK LATCHES to lock the

ADJUSTABLE FEET and rotate the ADJUSTABLE FEET to fine tune the position and the tilt.

To shorten the ADJUSTABLE FEET, lift the front of the projector and pull and undo the FEET LOCK LATCHES.

The position and the keystone distortion of the image can be adjusted using the Menu Operation. (Refer to P 22,

31 and 35.)

FEET LOCK

LATCHES

MOVING THE PROJECTOR

Use the Carry Handle when moving the Projector.

When moving the projector, replace the lens cover and retract the feet to prevent damage to the lens and cabinet.

When this projector is not in use for an extended period, put it into the case (dust cover) supplied with this projector.

ADJUSTABLE FEET

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CAUTION IN CARRYING OR TRANSPORTING THE PROJECTOR

Do not drop or bump the projector, otherwise damages or malfunctions may result.

When carrying the projector, use a suitable carrying case.

Do not transport the projector by using a courier or transport service in an unsuitable transport case. This may cause damage to the projector. To transport the projector through a courier or transport service, consult your dealer for best way.

CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR

TERMINALS OF THE PROJECTOR

This projector has INPUT TERMINALS and OUTPUT TERMINALS on its side for connecting computers and video equipment. Refer to the figure on pages 11 to 14 and connect properly.

INPUT TERMINALS

OUTPUT TERMINALS

PC IN-1 analog

PC IN-2

R G B monitor OUT

R G B digital PC control 1 audio 1

AV IN

R– audio– L

S-video

H V

(stereo)

PC control 2 audio 2

(mono)

Y/video– Cb/Pb– Cr/Pr

H V

(stereo) reset R/C jack

R– audio– L video

INPUT TERMINALS

COMPUTER INPUT-1

TERMINALS (DIGITAL/ANALOG)

Connect the computer output to one of these terminals.

(Refer to P14.)

CONTROL PORT (1/2) CONNECTORS

When controlling the computer with the Remote Control of this projector, connect the mouse port of your personal computer to these terminals.

(Refer to P14.)

AUDIO INPUT JACKS

Connect the audio output from the video equipment to these jacks.

(Refer to P13.)

S-VIDEO INPUT JACK

Connect the S-VIDEO output from the video equipment to this jack.

(Refer to P13.)

PC IN-1 analog digital PC control 1 audio 1

AV IN

R– audio– L

S-video

PC IN-2

R G B H

(stereo)

V

PC control 2 audio 2

(mono)

Y/video– Cb/Pb– Cr/Pr

(stereo) monitor OUT

COMPUTER INPUT-2

TERMINALS (BNC x 5)

Connect the computer output to these terminals. (Refer to P14.)

COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT (1/2) JACKS

Connect the audio output (stereo) from the computer to these jacks.

(Refer to P14.)

VIDEO INPUT JACKS

(Y/VIDEO, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr)

Connect the composite video output from the video equipment to the VIDEO/Y jack or connect the component video outputs to the

Y/VIDEO, Pb/Cb and Pr/Cr jacks.

(Refer to P13.)

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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR

OUTPUT TERMINALS

RESET BUTTON

This projector uses a micro processor to control the unit. Occasionally, the micro processor may malfunction and need to be reset. This can be done by pressing the RESET button with a pen, which will shut down and restart the unit. Do not use the

RESET function excessively.

R/C JACK

When using the Wired / Wireless

Remote Control Unit as the Wired

Remote Control, Connect the Wired

Remote Control Unit to this jack with the Remote Control Cable (supplied).

(Refer to page 21.)

monitor OUT

R G B H V reset R/C jack

R– audio– L video

COMPUTER MONITOR OUTPUT

JACKS (BNC x 5)

These jacks output the signal from the COMPUTER INPUT terminals

(except the digital input signal).

Connect an external monitor to these jacks. (Refer to P14.)

AUDIO OUTPUT JACKS

Connect an external audio amplifier to these jacks.

(Refer to P13, 14.)

VIDEO MONITOR OUTPUT JACK

This terminal outputs the composite video signal or the signal from the S-VIDEO

INPUT JACK. Connect an external monitor to this jack. (Refer to P13.)

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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR

CONNECTING TO THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT

Cables used for connection

(

= Cables are not supplied with this projector.)

• Video Cable (RCA x 1

✽ or RCA x 3)

• S-VIDEO Cable

• Audio Cable (RCA x 2 - Mini Plug (stereo))

• Audio Cable (RCA x 2)

NOTE :

When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on.

Video Source (example)

Video Cassette Recorder Video Disc Player

Component video output equipment.

(such as DVD player or high-definition TV source.)

Composite

Video Output

Component Video Output

Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr

S-VIDEO Output Audio Output

R L

Use any of VIDEO jack Y-Pb/Cb-

Pr/Cr jacks or S-VIDEO jack.

• When both VIDEO jack and S-

VIDEO jack are connected, the S-

VIDEO jack has priority over the

VIDEO jack.

• When both Y-Pb/Cb-Pr/Cr jacks and S-VIDEO jack are connected, the Y-Pb/Cb-Pr/Cr jacks has priority over the S-VIDEO jack.

Video Cable

(RCA x 1)

VIDEO

PC IN-1 analog digital

Terminals of the Projector

PC IN-2

R G B H monitor OUT

R G B H

S-VIDEO

Cable

Video Cable

(RCA x 3)

S-VIDEO

Y-Pb/Cb-Pr/Cr

PC control 1 audio 1

AV IN

R– audio– L

S-video

V

(stereo)

PC control 2 audio 2

(mono)

Y/video– Cb/Pb– Cr/Pr

V

(stereo) reset R/C jack

R– audio– L video

Audio Cable

(Stereo)

AV AUDIO IN

AUDIO OUT

Audio Cable

(Stereo)

MONITOR OUT

Video Cable

Audio Input

External Audio Equipment

Audio Amplifier Audio Speaker (stereo)

Monitor Input

External Monitor

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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR

CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER

Cables used for connection

(

= Cables are not supplied with this projector.)

• VGA CABLE (HDB 15 pin)

• CONTROL CABLE FOR PS/2 PORT, SERIAL PORT, or ADB PORT

• MAC ADAPTER

• DVI CABLE (24 pin)

• BNC CABLE (BNC x 5)

• AUDIO CABLE (RCA X 2 - Mini Plug (stereo))

• AUDIO CABLE (Mini Plug (stereo))

NOTE :

When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on.

IBM-compatible computers or Macintosh computers (VGA / SVGA / XGA / SXGA)

Desktop type Laptop type

Monitor Output

BNC Cable

Monitor Output

MAC Adapter

Set the slide switches following the chart below.

Monitor Output Serial port PS/2 port ADB port

Control Cable for Serial Port

Terminal

Control Cable for PS/2 Port

Terminal

Control Cable for ADB Port

Terminal

VGA Cable

Audio Output

Audio Cable

(stereo)

COMPUTER IN 2

Use either VGA

Cable or DVI Cable corresponding with your computer.

COMPUTER IN 1

DVI Cable

COMPUTER IN 1

Use one of these Control

Cables corresponding with the terminal of your computer.

CONTROL PORT 1 or 2 COMPUTER

AUDIO IN 1 or 2

PC IN-1 analog digital PC control 1 audio 1

AV IN

R– audio– L

S-video

PC IN-2

R G B H

Use any of COMPUTER

INPUT jacks.

• When both ANALOG jack and DIGITAL jack are connected, the DIGITAL jack has priority over the

ANALOG jack.

Terminals of the Projector monitor OUT

R G B H

MONITOR OUT

V

(stereo)

PC control 2 audio 2

(mono)

Y/video– Cb/Pb– Cr/Pr

V

(stereo) reset R/C jack

R– audio– L video

AUDIO OUT

BNC Cable

Audio Cable

(stereo)

External Monitor

Monitor Input Audio Input

External Audio Equipment

Audio Amplifier

Audio Speaker

(stereo)

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BEFORE OPERATION

TOP CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

INDICATORS

LAMP REPLACE INDICATOR

This indicator turns to yellow when the life of the projection lamp draws to an end. (P40)

WARNING TEMP. INDICATOR

This indicator flashes red when internal projector temperature is too high.

(P39)

READY INDICATOR

This indicator lights green when the projector is ready to be turned on. And it flashes green in Power

Management mode. (P36)

LAMP INDICATOR

This indicator is dim when the projector is turned on.

And bright when the projector is in stand-by mode.

lamp replace warning temp.

ready lamp status

TOP CONTROL

FOCUS BUTTONS

Used to adjust focus. (P21)

MENU BUTTON

Used to open or close the

MENU operation. (P18, 19)

POWER ON–OFF BUTTON

Used to turn the projector on or off. (P20)

MODE BUTTON

Used to select input source either Computer or Video.

(P24, 32)

ZOOM BUTTONS

Used to adjust zoom. (P21)

power

VOLUME BUTTONS

Used to adjust volume.

(P23)

zoom focus menu select mode lens shift volume auto image normal

LENS SHIFT BUTTONS

Used to adjust lens shift.

(P21)

AUTO IMAGE BUTTON

Used to operate AUTO

IMAGE function. (P29)

POINT BUTTONS

Used to select an item or adjust the value in the MENU.

It is also used to pan the image in DIGITAL ZOOM mode.

(P31)

SELECT BUTTON

Used to execute the item selected.

It is also used to expand the image in DIGITAL

ZOOM mode. (P31)

NORMAL BUTTON

Used to reset to normal picture adjustment preset by factory. (P29, 35)

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BEFORE OPERATION

OPERATION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL

Left Side

ON

POWER ON-OFF BUTTON

Used to turn the projector on or off. (P20)

power zoom focus volume

ALL OFF

COMPUTER BUTTON

Used to select COMPUTER input source. (P24)

MENU BUTTON

Used to select MENU operation. (P18, 19)

mute d.zoom

computer menu video

VIDEO BUTTON

Used to select VIDEO source. (P32)

ALL-OFF SWITCH

When using the Remote Control

Unit, turn this switch to “ON.” And turn it to “ALL OFF” when it is not used.

SELECT BUTTON

Used to execute the item selected or to expand the image in DIGITAL ZOOM mode. (P31)

It is also used as a PC mouse in Wireless Mouse

Operation. (P38)

LASER BUTTON

Used to operate the laser pointer function. The laser beam is emitted while pressing this button within 1 minute.

When using the laser pointer for more than 1 minute, release the button and press it again.

laser lens shift blank keystone freeze

POINT BUTTON

Used to move the pointer on the MENU, to adjust the item, or to pan the image in DIGITAL

ZOOM mode. (P31)

It is also used as a PC mouse in Wireless Mouse Operation.

(P38)

When pressing the center of this button, it works as the SELECT button.

RIGHT CLICK BUTTON

Used to compress the image in DIGITAL ZOOM mode.

(P31)

It is also used as a PC mouse in Wireless Mouse Operation.

(P38)

P-TIMER BUTTON

Used to operate P-TIMER function. (P22)

auto image p-timer normal

LASER POINTER FUNCTION

This remote control emits a laser beam as the Laser Pointer from the Laser Light Window. When the LASER button is pressed, the laser light goes on. And when the button is pressed more than 1 minute or the button is released, light goes off.

Laser light is emitted with the RED light which tells the laser beam being emitted.

The laser emitted is a class II laser; therefore, do not look into the Laser Light Window or shine the laser beam on yourself or other people. The three marks bellow are the caution labels for the laser beam.

CAUTION : Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result hazardous radiation exposure.

These caution labels are put on the remote control.

Laser Light Window

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BEFORE OPERATION

ZOOM BUTTON

Used to adjust zoom.

(P21)

FOCUS BUTTON

Used to adjust focus.

(P21)

MUTE BUTTON

Used to mute sound.(P23)

NO SHOW BUTTON

Used to turn the picture into black image. (P22)

AUTO IMAGE BUTTON

Use to operate AUTO

IMAGE function. (P29)

power zoom focus volume mute d.zoom

computer menu video laser lens shift blank keystone freeze auto image p-timer normal

VOLUME BUTTON

Used to adjust volume.

(P23)

D.ZOOM BUTTON

Used to select DIGITAL

ZOOM mode and resize the image. (P31)

Operating Range

Point the remote control toward the projector (Receiver Window) whenever pressing the buttons.

Maximum operating range for the remote control is about 16.4’ (5m) and 60° in front and rear of the projector.

60°

16.4’

(5 m)

LENS SHIFT BUTTON

Used to select LENS

SHIFT function. (P21)

FREEZE BUTTON

Used to freeze the picture.

(P22)

NORMAL BUTTON

Used to reset to normal picture adjustments preset by the factory. (P29, 35)

KEYSTONE BUTTON

Used to correct the keystone distortion.

(P21, 29, 35)

60°

16.4’

(5 m)

WIRED REMOTE JACK

When using as the Wired

Remote Control, connect the

Remote Control Cable to this jack. (The battery installation is required when using as the

Wired Remote Control.

1

Remote Control Batteries Installation

Remove the battery compartment lid.

Press the lid downward and slide it.

2

Slide the batteries into the compartment.

Two AA size batteries

For correct polarity (+ and –), be sure the battery terminals are in contact with the pins in the compartment.

3

Replace the compartment lid.

To insure safe operation, please observe the following precautions :

Use (2) AA, UM3 or R06 type alkaline batteries.

Replace two batteries at the same time.

Do not use a new battery with a used battery.

Avoid contact with water or liquid.

Do not expose the Remote Control Unit to moisture, or heat.

Do not drop the remote control unit.

If batteries have leaked on the remote control, carefully wipe the case clean and load new batteries.

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BEFORE OPERATION

OPERATING ON-SCREEN MENU

HOW TO OPERATE ON-SCREEN MENU

You can control and adjust this projector through the

ON-SCREEN MENU. Refer to the following pages to operate each adjustment in the ON-SCREEN MENU.

WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL

POINT BUTTON

Used to move the

Pointer UP/ DOWN/

RIGHT/ LEFT.

1 MOVING THE POINTER

Move the pointer (see the NOTE below) by pressing POINT button(s) on the TOP CONTROL or the REMOTE CONTROL.

SELECT BUTTON

Used to select the item.

2 SELECT THE ITEM

Select the item by pressing SELECT button.

NOTE : Pointer is the icon on the ON-SCREEN Menu to select the item. See the figures on the section

"FLOW OF ON-SCREEN MENU" below.

TOP CONTROL menu select mode l

SELECT BUTTON

Used to select the item.

auto image normal

POINT BUTTONS

Used to move the

Pointer UP/ DOWN/

RIGHT/ LEFT.

FLOW OF ON-SCREEN MENU

MENU BAR

1

Display ON-SCREEN MENU

Press MENU button to display the ON-SCREEN MENU

(MENU BAR). The red frame is the POINTER.

POINTER

(red frame)

Select the Item

2

Move the POINTER (red frame) to the ITEM ICON that you want to select by pressing POINT RIGHT / LEFT buttons.

3

Select the ITEM by pressing SELECT button. The dialog box of the ITEM appears.

SELECT

BUTTON

4

Control and adjust through ON-SCREEN MENU

Move the POINTER downward by pressing POINT

DOWN button. (The shape of the POINTER becomes an arrow.)

5

Move the POINTER to the ITEM that you want to adjust and adjust the ITEM by pressing SELECT button.

Refer to the following pages for details of respective adjustments.

POINT

DOWN

BUTTON

ITEM ICON

POINTER

(red frame)

MENU

POINTER

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BEFORE OPERATION

MENU BAR

MENU BAR IN COMPUTER MODE

Press MENU BUTTON while in Computer mode.

MODE MENU

Used to select the Computer input mode.

(Refer to P24)

AUTO IMAGE MENU

Used to adjust Fine sync, Total dots, and Picture Position automatically.

(Refer to P29)

PC ADJUST MENU

Used to adjust the parameters to match with the input signal format.

(Refer to P26, 27)

SETTING MENU

Used to set the Display

Menu and reset Lamp

Replacement Monitor

Timer.

(Refer to P36, 37)

LANGUAGE MENU

Used to select the language used in the

Menu.

(Refer to P37)

SYSTEM MENU

Used to select a computer system.

(Refer to P24)

IMAGE MENU

Used to adjust the computer image.

[Fine sync / Total dots /

White Balance / Contrast

/ Brightness / Sharpness]

(Refer to P28)

POSITION MENU

Used to adjust the position of the image.

(Refer to P30)

SCREEN MENU

Used to adjust the size of the image or to correct the

Keystone distortion.

(Refer to P31)

SOUND MENU

Used to adjust or mute the

Volume.

(Refer to P23)

MENU BAR IN VIDEO MODE

Press MENU BUTTON while in Video mode.

MODE MENU

Used to select the Video input.

(Refer to P32)

IMAGE MENU

Used to adjust the picture image.

[Color / Tint / White Balance /

Contrast / Brightness/ Sharpness

/ Noise Reduction / Progressive]

(Refer to P34)

Same function as the

Computer Mode.

SYSTEM MENU

Used to select a color system of the selected video source.

(Refer to P33)

VIDEO SOURCE MENU

Used to select a video source among

[

Video, S-Video, and Y,

Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr

].

(Refer to P32)

SCREEN MENU

Used to set the size of the image either

Regular or Wide, or to correct the

Keystone distortion.

(Refer to P35)

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BASIC OPERATION

TURNING ON / OFF THE PROJECTOR

TURNING ON THE PROJECTOR

1

Complete the peripheral connections (with Computer, VCR, etc.) before turning on the projector. (Refer to "CONNECTING TO

THE PROJECTOR" on Pages 11~14 for connecting that equipment.)

2

Connect the projector's AC Power Cord into a wall outlet and turn the MAIN ON / OFF SWITCH to ON. The LAMP indicator lights RED, and the READY indicator lights GREEN.

3

Press the POWER ON-OFF button on the Remote Control Unit or on the Top Control to ON. The LAMP indicator dims, and the

Cooling Fans start to operate. The Preparation Display appears on the screen and the count-down starts. The signal from the source appears after 30 seconds.

30

The Preparation Display disappears after 30 seconds.

1

2

3

TURNING OFF THE PROJECTOR

Press the power ON-OFF button on the Remote Control Unit or on the Top Control, and the message "Power off?" appears on the screen.

Press the power ON-OFF button again to turn off the projector.

The LAMP indicator lights bright and the READY indicator turns off. The Cooling Fans operate for 2 minutes after the projector is turned off. (For first 1 minute of this "Cooling Down" period, this appliance cannot be turned on.)

When the projector has cooled down, the READY indicator turns to green again and you can turn the projector on. After cooling down completely, turn the MAIN ON / OFF SWITCH to OFF and disconnect the AC power cord.

TO MAINTAIN THE LIFE OF THE LAMP, ONCE YOU

TURN THE PROJECTOR ON, WAIT AT LEAST 5

MINUTES BEFORE TURNING IT OFF.

Power off?

The message disappears after 4 seconds.

When the Power Management function is ON, the Projector detects the signal interruption and turns the Projection Lamp off automatically. Refer to “Power Management” on page 33.

When the TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator flashes red, the projector is automatically turned off. Wait at least 5 minutes before turning the projector on again.

When the TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator continues to flash, follow procedures below:

1. Turn the MAIN ON / OFF SWITCH to OFF and disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet.

2. Check the air filters for dust accumulation.

3. Clean the Air Filter. (See "AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING" section on page 39.)

4. Turn the Projector on again.

If the TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator should still continue to flash, contact the sales dealer where you purchased this projector or service center.

NOTE: The Cooling Fan may work for cooling while the projector is turned off. When the Cooling Fan is working, TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR flashes red.

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BASIC OPERATION

ADJUSTING THE IMAGE

ZOOM ADJUSTMENT

1

Press the ZOOM

/

▼ button(s) on the Top Control or on the

Remote Control Unit. The message “Zoom” is displayed.

2

Press the ZOOM

▲ button or the POINT UP button to make the image larger, and press the ZOOM

▼ button or the POINT

DOWN button to make the image smaller.

Zoom

The message disappears after 4 seconds.

FOCUS ADJUSTMENT

1

Press the FOCUS

/

▼ button(s) on the Top Control or on the

Remote Control Unit. The message “Focus” is displayed.

2

Adjust the focus of the image by pressing the FOCUS

/

▼ button(s) or the POINT UP/DOWN button(s) .

Focus

The message disappears after 4 seconds.

LENS SHIFT ADJUSTMENT

1

Press the LENS SHIFT

/

▼ button(s) on the Top Control or the

LENS SHIFT button on the Remote Control Unit. The message

“Lens shift” is displayed.

2

Press the LENS SHIFT

▲ button or the POINT UP button to move the image up, and press the LENS SHIFT

▼ button or the

POINT DOWN button to move the image down.

Refer to P9 for operating range.

Lens shift

The message disappears after 4 seconds.

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BASIC OPERATION

KEYSTONE ADJUSTMENT

If the picture has keystone distortion, correct image with KEYSTONE adjustment.

1

Press the KEYSTONE

/

▼ button on the Remote Control Unit or select the Keystone on the SCREEN menu. (Refer to page

31, 35.) The message “Keystone” is displayed.

2

Correct the Keystone distortion by pressing the KEYSTONE

/

▼ button or the POINT UP/DOWN button(s). Press the

KEYSTONE

▲ button or the POINT UP button to reduce the upper part or the image, and press the KEYSTONE

▼ button or the POINT DOWN button to reduce the lower part.

Keystone

The message disappears after 4 seconds.

Reduce the upper width with the KEY STONE

▲ button or the POINT UP button.

Reduce the lower width with the KEY STONE

▼ button or the POINT DOWN button.

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NO SHOW FUNCTION

Press the NO SHOW button on the Remote Control Unit to black out the image. This function is cancelled when the NO

SHOW button is pressed again or any other function button is pressed.

No show

The message disappears after 4 seconds.

PICTURE FREEZE FUNCTION

Press the FREEZE button on the Remote Control Unit to freeze the picture on-screen. This function is cancelled when the FREEZE button is pressed again or any other function button is pressed.

P-TIMER FUNCTION

Press the P-TIMER button on the Remote Control unit. The timer display “00 : 00” appears on the screen and the timer starts to count the time (00 : 00 ~ 59 : 59).

To stop the P-TIMER, press the P-TIMER button. And then, press the P-TIMER button again to cancel the P-TIMER function.

BASIC OPERATION

SOUND ADJUSTMENT

DIRECT OPERATION

Sound Volume Adjustment

Press the VOLUME (+/–) button(s) on the Top Control or on the

Remote Control Unit to adjust the volume. The Volume dialog box appears on the screen for a few seconds.

(+) button to increase the volume, and (–) button decreasing.

Sound Mute Setting

Press the MUTE button on the Remote Control Unit to cut off the sound. To restore the sound to its previous level, press the MUTE button again or press Volume (+/–) button(s).

Indicates the roughly level of the volume.

Press the MUTE button to set the Mute function On or Off.

The display disappears after 4 seconds.

1

2

MENU OPERATION

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

SOUND and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

SOUND ADJUST Menu will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the item that you want to select by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN buttons.

Volume

Move the arrow to

▲ or

▼ of "Volume" by pressing the POINT UP/

DOWN buttons. To increase the volume, point the arrow to

▲ and then press the SELECT button. To decrease the volume point the arrow to

▼ and then press the SELECT button.

Mute

To cut off the audio sound, point the arrow to "Mute" and then press the SELECT button. The Mute display is changed On from Off and the sound is cut off. To restore the sound to its previous volume level, set the Mute to Off.

Move the arrow to the item and then press the SELECT button.

Indicate the roughly level of the item.

Move the arrow to

▲ or

▼ and press the

SELECT button.

Close the Sound Menu.

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COMPUTER MODE

24

SELECTING COMPUTER MODE

DIRECT OPERATION

Select COMPUTER mode by pressing the MODE button on the

Top Control or the COMPUTER button on the Remote Control

Unit.

MODE button

COMPUTER 1

COMPUTER 2

VIDEO

MENU OPERATION

COMPUTER button

COMPUTER 1

COMPUTER 2

1

2

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

Computer and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

COMPUTER MODE Menu will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the mode either Computer 1 or

Computer 2, and then press the SELECT button.

CURRENT MODE DISPLAY

When selecting the Computer Mode, the Current Mode display appears to show the information of the computer being selected.

Providing the information of the computer detected by the projector.

SELECTING COMPUTER SYSTEM

AUTOMATIC MULTI-SCAN SYSTEM

This projector automatically tunes to most different types of computers based on VGA, SVGA, XGA or SXGA (refer to

“COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATION” on page 25).

When selecting Computer, this projector automatically tunes to the incoming signal and projects the proper image without any special settings. (Setting of the Computer System may be required when connecting some computers.)

Note : The projector may display one of the following messages.

Go to PC adj.

The projector cannot discriminate or detect the input signal from the computer. Adjust and set the computer system manually. (Refer to page 26.)

No signal

There is no signal input from the computer. Make sure the connection of the computer and the projector is set correctly.

(Refer to TROUBLESHOOTING on page 42.)

SYSTEM BOX

Display the SYSTEM being selected.

The system being selected.

SELECT COMPUTER SYSTEM MANUALLY

To set the Computer system manually, select the mode on the

ON-SCREEN MENU.

1

2

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

SYSTEM and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

COMPUTER SYSTEM Menu will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the system that you want to set, and then press SELECT button.

The systems on this dialog box can be selected.

When this mark is displayed as black, more computer system modes will be available. Move the arrow to this mark and then press the SELECT button, and the other modes will be displayed.

Close the

SYSTEM Menu.

COMPUTER MODE

COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS

Basically this projector can accept the signal from all computers with the V, H-Frequency mentioned below and less than 180 MHz of Dot Clock.

ON-SCREEN

DISPLAY

VGA 1

VGA 2

VGA 3

VGA 4

VGA 5

VGA 6

VGA 7

MAC 16

XGA 1

XGA 2

XGA 3

XGA 4

XGA 5

XGA 6

XGA 7

XGA 8

XGA 9

XGA 10

RESOLUTION

640 x 480

720 x 400

640 x 400

640 x 480

640 x 480

640 x 480

640 x 480

MAC LC13 640 x 480

MAC 13

RGB

RGB

640 x 480

––––––––

(Interlace)

––––––––

(Interlace)

SVGA 1

SVGA 2

SVGA 3

SVGA 4

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

SVGA 5

SVGA 6

SVGA 7

SVGA 8

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

SVGA 9 800 x 600

SVGA 10 800 x 600

SVGA 11 800 x 600

832 x 624

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

(Interlace)

1024 x 768

H-Freq.

(kHz)

31.47

31.47

31.47

37.86

37.86

37.50

43.269

34.97

35.00

15.734

15.625

35.156

37.88

46.875

53.674

48.08

37.90

34.50

38.00

38.60

32.70

38.00

49.72

48.36

68.677

60.023

56.47

60.31

48.50

44.00

63.48

36.00

62.04

V-Freq.

(Hz)

59.88

70.09

70.09

74.38

72.81

75.00

85.00

66.60

66.67

30

25

56.25

60.32

75.00

85.06

72.19

61.03

55.38

60.51

60.31

51.09

60.51

74.55

60.00

84.997

75.03

70.07

74.92

60.02

54.58

79.35

43.59

77.07

ON-SCREEN

DISPLAY

XGA 11

XGA 12

XGA 13

RESOLUTION

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

(Interlace)

1024 x 768

XGA 14

XGA15

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

MAC 19 1024 x 768

MAC 21 1152 x 870

SXGA 1 1152 x 864

SXGA 2 1280 x 1024

SXGA 3 1280 x 1024

SXGA 4 1280 x 1024

SXGA 5 1280 x 1024

SXGA 6 1280 x 1024

SXGA 7 1280 x 1024

SXGA 8 1280 x 1024

SXGA 9 1280 x 1024

SXGA 10 1280 x 960

SXGA 11 1152 x 900

SXGA 12 1152 x 900

SXGA 13

SXGA 14

1280 x 1024

(Interlace)

1280 x 1024

(Interlace)

SXGA 15 1280 x 1024

H-Freq.

(kHz)

61.00

35.522

46.90

47.00

58.03

60.24

68.68

64.20

62.50

63.90

63.34

63.74

71.69

81.13

63.98

79.976

60.00

61.20

71.40

50.00

50.00

63.37

SXGA 16 1280 x 1024

SXGA 17 1152 x 900

SXGA 18

1280 x 1024

(Interlace)

SXGA 19 1280 x 1024

76.97

61.85

46.43

63.79

SXGA 20 1280 x 1024 91.146

MAC

MAC

HDTV720p

HDTV1035i

HDTV1080i

1280 x 960

1280 x 1024

––––––––

––––––––

(Interlace)

––––––––

(Interlace)

75.00

80.00

45.00

33.75

33.75

75.025

60.00

65.20

75.60

43.00

47.00

60.01

72.00

66.00

43.35

60.18

85.024

75.08

75.08

60.00

30.00

30.00

70.40

58.60

60.00

59.98

60.01

67.19

76.107

60.02

V-Freq.

(Hz)

75.70

43.48

58.20

58.30

72.0

75.08

75.06

When the input signal is from the COMPUTER INPUT-1 (DIGITAL) terminal, refer to the chart below.

ON-SCREEN

DISPLAY

D-VGA

D-SVGA

D-XGA

RESOLUTION

640 x 480

800 x 600

1024 x 768

H-Freq.

(kHz)

31.469

37.879

48.363

V-Freq.

(Hz)

59.940

60.317

60.004

ON-SCREEN

DISPLAY

D-SXGA 3

RESOLUTION

D-SXGA 1 1280 x 1024

D-SXGA 2 1280 x 1024

1280 x 1024

H-Freq.

(kHz)

63.981

60.276

31.65

V-Freq.

(Hz)

60.020

58.069

29.8

NOTE : Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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COMPUTER MODE

PC ADJUSTMENT

This Projector can automatically tune to the display signals from most personal computers currently distributed.

However, some computers employ special signal formats which are different from the standard ones and may not be tuned by the Multi-Scan system of this projector. If this happens, the projector cannot reproduce a proper image and the image may be recognized as a flickering picture, a non-synchronized picture, a non-centered picture or a skewed picture.

This projector has a PC ADJUSTMENT function to enable you to precisely adjust several parameters to match with those special signal formats. This projector has 8 independent memory areas to memorize those parameters manually adjusted. This enables you to recall the setting for a specific computer whenever you use it.

Note : This PC ADJUSTMENT function cannot be operated when the input signal is from the COMPUTER INPUT-1

(DIGITAL) terminal or “RGB” is selected on the SYSTEM MENU (P24 and 25).

1

2

3

4

5

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT RIGHT/LEFT button to select PC

ADJUST and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

“Where to reserve” Menu will appear.

In this dialog box, you can store the parameter into the area from

“Mode 1” to “Mode 8.” When memorizing the new computer parameter, select the Mode with the message “Free” by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN button and the SELECT button. To change the parameters of the Mode previously set, select the

Mode with “Stored.”

When the Mode is selected, Parameter adjustment dialog box appears. Move the arrow to the item that you want to change by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN button, and adjust each item by pressing the SELECT button to match with your computer.

Move the arrow to “Stored” and press the SELECT button. The parameter is memorized in the selected Mode.

To activate the Mode manually adjusted in this PC

ADJUSTMENT Menu, select the Mode at the SYSTEM SELECT

Menu. (Refer to page 24.)

This Mode has parameters being stored.

The Vacant Mode.

Manual set Computer

Mode (1 to 8).

Close the PC

ADJUSTMENT Menu.

Move the arrow to

▲ or

▼ and press SELECT button.

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COMPUTER MODE

Total lines

The number of the total vertical lines. Adjust the number to match the image of your personal computer.

Total dots

The number of the total dots in one horizontal period. Adjust the number to match the image of your computer.

Horizontal / Vertical

Adjustment of the horizontal or vertical picture position. When the image is not centered on the screen, adjust each of those items.

Clamp

Adjustment of the clamp level. When the image has a dark bar(s), try this adjustment.

Fine sync

Adjust the picture as necessary to eliminate flicker from the display.

Display area

Adjustment of the area displayed with this projector. Select the resolution at the Display area dialog box, or adjust the number at the column of “H” or “V” to match the resolution of the image.

Horizontal Scale / Vertical Scale

Adjustment of the horizontal height or vertical width of the image.

NOTE : The Display area, the Horiz. scale and the Vert. scale cannot be adjusted when “HDTV1035i” or “HDTV1080i” is selected on the SYSTEM MENU (P24 and 25).

Press the SELECT button at this column to adjust “Clamp,” “Fine sync,” “Display area,” “Horiz.

scale” or “Vert. scale” .

Each of the keys operates as follow.

Reset

Recalls the parameter data that was previously adjusted.

Mode free

Stored

Quit

Clears the parameter data previously set.

Stores the parameters in the memory.

Closes the PC ADJUST Menu.

Point the arrow at the Display area and press the SELECT button. The Display area dialog box appears.

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COMPUTER MODE

PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENTS

1

2

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select IMAGE and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box PICTURE

IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Menu will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the function that you want to select and then press SELECT button.

Standard

Normal picture level preset on this projector. This picture level can be set by pressing the NORMAL button.

Real

Picture level adjusted for the picture with fine tone.

Custom

Picture level adjusted manually in the custom setting dialog box.

The level being selected.

When selecting “

,” the custom setting dialog box will appear. Move the arrow to the item that you want to change by pressing the POINT

UP/DOWN button, and adjust each value by pressing the SELECT button to match with the image.

Fine sync

Adjust the picture as necessary to eliminate flicker from the display.

(From 0 to 127.)

Total dots

The number of the total dots in one horizontal period. Adjust the number to match your PC image.

White balance (Red / Green / Blue)

Move the arrow to the color that you want to adjust. Point to

▼ to lighten the color and select

▲ to deepen the color. (From 0 to 63.)

Contrast

Point to

▼ to decrease contrast, and select

▲ to increase contrast.

(From 0 to 63.)

Brightness

Point to

▼ to adjust the image darker, and select

▲ to adjust brighter. (From 0 to 63.)

Sharpness

Point to

▼ to soften the image, and select

▲ to sharpen the image.

(From 0 to 15.)

Move the arrow to the level and press the SELECT button.

Press the SELECT button at “

” to adjust the picture level manually.

Move the arrow to

▲ or

▼ and press

SELECT button.

Each of the keys operates as follow.

Reset

Stored

Quit

Recalls the data previously adjusted.

Stores the adjusted data in the memory.

Closes the PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Menu.

Close the PICTURE IMAGE

ADJUSTMENT Menu.

NOTE : The Fine sync and the Total dots cannot be operated when the input signal is from the COMPUTER INPUT-1 (DIGITAL) terminal or “RGB” is selected on the

SYSTEM MENU (P24 and 25).

The Fine sync and the Total dots cannot be fully adjusted when “HDTV1035i” or

“HDTV1080i” is selected on the SYSTEM

MENU (P24 and 25).

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COMPUTER MODE

NORMAL FUNCTION

The normal picture level is preset on this projector at the factory and can be restored anytime you press the NORMAL button (located on the Top Control or on the Remote Control

Unit). The “Standard” display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds.

Standard

AUTO IMAGE ADJUSTMENT

The Auto Image function is provided to automatically adjust Fine sync., Total dots, and Picture Position for most computers.

1

2

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select AUTO

IMAGE and press the SELECT button.

Another dialog box AUTO IMAGE Menu will appear.

Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN button. Change the setting On or Off by pressing the SELECT button.

Fine sync

Adjust the picture as necessary to eliminate flicker from the display.

This item can be adjusted manually. (Refer to page 28.)

Total dots

The number of the total dots in one horizontal period. This item can be adjusted manually. (Refer to page 28.)

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Position

Adjustment of the position of the image. This item can be adjusted manually. (Refer to page 30.)

Move the arrow to “Go!” and press the SELECT button to start the Auto Image function.

This adjustment can be executed by pressing AUTO IMAGE button on the Top Control or on the Remote Control Unit.

Starts the adjustment on the item set to "On".

Terminates the AUTO IMAGE

ADJUSTMENT Menu.

Move the arrow to the item and then press the SELECT button.

Stored

Stores the On/Off setting of each item.

Go!

Starts the Auto Image Adjustment.

Closes the AUTO IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Menu.

Quit

NOTE : This menu cannot be operated when the input signal is from the COMPUTER INPUT-1 (DIGITAL) terminal or

“RGB,” “HDTV720p,” “HDTV1035i” or “HDTV1080i” is selected on the SYSTEM MENU (P24 and 25).

The Fine sync., Total dots, and Picture Position of some computers may not be fully adjusted with the Auto Image

Function. In that case, manual adjustment is required to make fine image. (Refer to page 28 to adjust "Fine sync." or "Total dots" and page 30 to adjust Picture Position.)

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COMPUTER MODE

PICTURE POSITION ADJUSTMENT

The position of the image can be adjusted vertically and horizontally through PICTURE POSITION

ADJUSTMENT.

1

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

POSITION and press the SELECT button. The PICTURE

POSITION dialog box will appear.

2

Select the arrow to the direction (described as , , or ) that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN/

LEFT/RIGHT buttons, and then press the SELECT button.

Each of the keys operates as follow.

Reset

Recalls the setting data previously set.

Stored

Stores the setting data in the memory.

Select the arrow to the direction (described as

, , or ),and then press the SELECT button.

Quit

Closes the PICTURE POSITION Menu.

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COMPUTER MODE

PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT

This projector has a picture screen resize function, which enables you to display the desirable image size.

1

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

SCREEN and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box PICTURE SCREEN Menu will appear.

2

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the function that you want to select and then press SELECT button.

True

To make the image into its original size, select True in the dialog box.

When the original image size is larger than the screen size (1024 x

768), the image can be panned by pressing the POINT

UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons.

Keystone

When the image is distorted vertically, select Keystone in the dialog box. The ON-SCREEN menu and SCREEN ADJUST menu disappears and the message “Keystone” is displayed. Correct the

Keystone distortion by pressing the KEYSTONE

/

▼ button or the

POINT UP/DOWN button(s). Refer to KEYSTONE ADJUSTMENT on page 20.

Digital Zoom

To adjust the image size or pan the image, select Digital zoom in the dialog box. The ON-SCREEN menu and SCREEN ADJUST menu disappears, and the magnifying glass icon and the message “D.

Zoom” is displayed.

This projector also enters Digital Zoom mode by pressing the

D.ZOOM

/

▼ button on the Remote Control Unit.

Refer to the following for operation.

Expand function

To expand the image size, press the D.ZOOM

▲ button or the

SELECT button. The image is magnified by degrees.

Compress function

To compress the image size, press the D.ZOOM

▼ button or the

RIGHT CLICK button. The size of image is reduced by degrees.

Panning function

To pan the image, press the POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons. Panning function can work only when the image is larger than the screen size.

To cancel Digital Zoom mode, press any button except D.ZOOM

/

, SELECT, RIGHT CLICK, or POINT button. To adjust the image to 1024 x 768, press NORMAL button.

Move the arrow to the function and press the

SELECT button.

NOTE

The True and the Digital Zoom cannot be operated when “RGB,” “HDTV1035i” or

“HDTV1080i” is selected on the SYSTEM MENU

(P24 and 25).

This projector cannot display any resolution higher than 1280 X 1024. If your computer’s screen resolution is higher than 1280 X 1024, reset the resolution to the lower before connecting the projector.

The image data in other than XGA (1024 x 768) is modified to fit the screen size in the initial mode.

The normal "Panning Operation" may not function properly if the computer system prepared with the "PC Adjust" is used.

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VIDEO MODE

SELECTING VIDEO MODE

DIRECT OPERATION

Select VIDEO mode by pressing the MODE button on the Top

Control or the VIDEO button on the Remote Control Unit.

MODE button

VIDEO

COMPUTER 1

COMPUTER 2

MENU OPERATION

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select Video and press the SELECT button.

SELECTING VIDEO SOURCE

This projector automatically detects the signal from the VIDEO

INPUT JACK(s) or the S-VIDEO INPUT JACK. When those jacks are connected at the same time, select the type of Video source in VIDEO SOURCE Menu.

1

2

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select VIDEO

SOURCE and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

VIDEO SOURCE Menu will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the source that you want to select, and then press the SELECT button.

Auto

The projector automatically detects the incoming Video source, and adjusts itself to optimize its performance.

• When both VIDEO jack and S-VIDEO jack are connected, the S-

VIDEO jack has priority over the VIDEO jack.

• When both Y-Pb/Cb-Pr/Cr jacks and S-VIDEO jack are connected, the Y-Pb/Cb-Pr/Cr jacks have priority over the S-VIDEO jack.

Video / S-Video / Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr

When the VIDEO INPUT JACK(s) and the S-VIDEO INPUT JACK are connected at the same time, or if the projector cannot chose the proper video source, it is necessary to select a specific video source among Video, S-Video and Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr.

This box indicates the

Video source being selected.

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VIDEO MODE

1

2

SELECTING COLOR SYSTEM

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

SYSTEM and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

VIDEO SYSTEM Menu will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to "Auto", and then press the SELECT button.

VIDEO SIGNAL FROM VIDEO JACK OR S-VIDEO JACK

Auto

The projector automatically detects the incoming Video system, and adjusts itself to optimize its performance.

When the Video System is PAL-M or PAL-N, select the system manually.

This box indicates the system being selected.

PAL / SECAM / NTSC / NTSC4.43 / PAL-M / PAL-N

If the projector cannot reproduce the proper video image, it is necessary to select a specific broadcast signal format among PAL,

SECAM, NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL-M, and PAL-N.

Move the arrow to the Mode and press the SELECT button.

VIDEO SIGNAL FROM Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr JACKS

Auto

The projector automatically detects the incoming Video signal, and adjusts itself to optimize its performance.

COMPONENT VIDEO SIGNAL FORMAT

If the projector cannot reproduce the proper video image, it is necessary to select a specific component video signal format among

480i, 575i, 480p, 575p, 720p, 1035i and 1080i.

This box indicates the system being selected.

Move the arrow to the Mode and press the SELECT button.

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VIDEO MODE

PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT

1

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select IMAGE and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box PICTURE

IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Menu will appear.

2

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the function that you want to select and then press SELECT button.

Standard

Normal picture level preset on this projector. This picture level can be set by pressing the NORMAL button.

Cinema

Picture level adjusted for the picture with fine tone.

Custom

Picture level adjusted manually in the custom setting dialog box.

When selecting “

,” the custom setting dialog box will appear. Move the arrow to the item that you want to change by pressing the POINT

UP/DOWN button, and adjust each value or change the setting On or

Off by pressing the SELECT button to match with the image.

Color

Point to

▼ button to lighten the image, and select

▲ to deepen the image. (From 0 to 63.)

Tint

Point to

▼ button to increase purple, and select

▲ to increase green.

(From 0 to 63.)

White balance (Red / Green / Blue)

Move the arrow to the color that you want to adjust. Point to

▼ to lighten the color and select

▲ to deepen the color. (From 0 to 63.)

Contrast

Point to

▼ button to decrease contrast, and select

▲ to increase contrast. (From 0 to 63.)

Brightness

Point to

▼ button to darken the image, and select

▲ to brighten the image. (From 0 to 63.)

Sharpness

Point to

▼ button to soften the image, and select

▲ to sharpen the image. (From 0 to 31.)

Noise reduction

Set “On” to reduce the noise (rough parts) of the image .

Progressive

Set “On” to provide progressive scan mode.

The level being selected.

Each of the keys operates as follow.

Reset

Recalls the data previously adjusted.

Stored

Stores the data in the memory.

Quit

Closes the PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Menu.

Move the arrow to the item and press the SELECT button.

Press the SELECT button at “

” to adjust the picture level manually.

Move the arrow to

▲ or

▼ and press

SELECT button.

Closes the PICTURE

IMAGE ADJUSTMENT

Menu.

Press the SELECT button to set the function

“On” or “Off.”

NOTE : The Noise Reduction cannot be operated when the video signal is from the Y,

Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr jacks.

The Progressive cannot be operated when

“480p,” “575p,” “720p,” “1035i,” “1080i-50” or “1080i-60” is selected on the SYSTEM

MENU (P33).

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VIDEO MODE

NORMAL FUNCTION

The normal picture level is preset on this projector at the factory and can be restored anytime you press the NORMAL button (located on the Top Control or on the Remote Control

Unit). The "Standard" display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds.

Standard

PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT

This projector has a picture screen resize function, which enables you to display the desirable image size.

1

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

SCREEN and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY will appear.

2

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the screen size that you want to set, and then press the SELECT button.

Regular

Normal Video Image size with 4 x 3 aspect ratio.

Wide

Resizes the image for wide screen size with 16 x 9 aspect ratio.

Keystone

When the image is distorted vertically, select Keystone in the dialog box. Correct the Keystone distortion by pressing KEYSTONE

/

▼ button or POINT UP/DOWN button(s). Refer to KEYSTONE

ADJUSTMENT on page 20.

Move the pointer to the function and press the SELECT button.

NOTE : The Regular and the Wide cannot be operated when “720p,” “1035i,” “1080i-50” or “1080i-60” is selected on the SYSTEM

MENU (P33).

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SETTING

1

2

SETTING MENU

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

SETTING and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

SETTING Menu will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the item that you want to set, and then press the SELECT button to set it "On" or "Off" or press the

POINT LEFT/RIGHT button to adjust the value.

Blue back

When this function is “On,” this projector will produce a blue image instead of the video noise on the screen when the input source is unplugged or turned off.

Display

This function decides whether to display the On-Screen Displays.

On1 ··· shows all the On-Screen Displays.

On2 ··· shows the On-Screen Displays except the Preparation

Display (Our Logo).

Off ···· sets the On-Screen Displays disappeared except;

ON SCREEN MENU

“Power off?” message

P-TIMER

Power management

This function turns the Projection Lamp off when the projector detects signal interruption and the projector is not used for a certain period in order to reduce power consumption and maintain the Lamplife. (This projector is shipped with this function ON.)

Power Management function operates to turn the Projection Lamp off when the input signal is interrupted and the projector is not operated over 5 minutes. This function operates as follows;

1. When the signal is interrupted, “No signal” and the counting down (5 minutes) display appears.

2. When the Projection Lamp turned off, the READY indicator turns off. The Cooling Fans operate for 90 seconds after the

Projection Lamp is turned off. (During this "Cooling Down" period, the Lamp cannot be turned on.)

3. When the Lamp has cooled down, the READY indicator flashes and the Lamp can be turned on again (Power Management mode).

In this Power Management mode, the Projection Lamp is automatically turned on when the input signal connected or the projector is operated with any button on the Top Control or the

Remote Control.

On start

When this function is “On,” the projector is automatically turned on just by switching the MAIN ON / OFF SWITCH on.

Note ; Be sure to turn the projector off properly (refer to the section

“TURNING OFF THE PROJECTOR” on page 20.). If the projector is turned off in the wrong steps, the On Start function does not operate properly.

Set the Pointer to the item and press the SELECT button.

Time left until Lamp off.

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SETTING

Ceiling

When this function is “On,” the top / bottom and the left / right reversed picture is provided to project the image from a ceiling mounted projector.

Rear

When this function is “On,” the left / right reversed picture is provided to project the image to a rear projection screen.

Split wipe

Turn this function “On” in the SETTING menu. The picture will change into next one by sliding black image side ways like drawing the black curtains when the input source is turned into another one.

Remote control

This projector has two different remote transmit codes; the factoryset normal code (Mode 1) and the secondary code (Mode 2). This switching function prevents the remote control operation mixture

(jam) when operating several projectors or video equipment together.

When operating the projector in “Mode 2,” both projector and

Remote Control must be switched to “Mode 2.”

To change the code of the projector;

Set the Remote control in the SETTING menu to “Mode 2.”

To change the code of the Remote Control;

Press both the MENU and the NORMAL buttons on the Remote

Control together for over 10 seconds.

After changing the code, make sure the Remote Control operates properly.

To return to the normal code (Mode 1), operate both projector and

Remote Control in the ways above again.

NOTE : When the ALL-OFF switch on the Remote Control Unit is turned to “ALL-OFF,” the remote transmit code automatically returns to the normal code (Mode 1).

Lamp age

The Lamp age function is designed to reset the lamp replacement monitor timer. When replacing the lamp, reset the lamp replacement monitor timer by using this function. (Refer to page 40.)

Ceiling function

Rear function

SELECTING LANGUAGE

The language used in the ON-SCREEN MENU is selectable from among English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and

Japanese.

1

2

Press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select

LANGUAGE and press the SELECT button. Another dialog box

LANGUAGE Menu will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to the language that you want to set, and then press the SELECT button.

Move the Pointer to the language that you want to set, and then press the SELECT button.

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APPENDIX

OPERATING WIRELESS MOUSE

The Wireless Remote Control Unit is not only able to operate the projector but also usable as a wireless mouse for most Personal Computers. The POINT buttons and the two CLICK buttons are used for the wireless mouse operation.

The wireless mouse is available only when PC mouse pointer is displayed on the screen. When the menu or the indicator of the projector is displayed on the screen instead of the PC mouse pointer, the wireless mouse cannot be used.

INSTALLATION

To use the Wireless Remote Control Unit as the Wireless Mouse for a Personal Computer, installation of the mouse driver (not supplied) is required. Make sure that the mouse driver is properly installed in your computer.

And make sure that the mouse port of the computer connected to Control Port is activated.

1

2

Connect the mouse port of your computer to the Control Port of the projector with the Control Cable. (Refer to page 11 to 14 for connection.)

Turn the projector on first, and then turn on your computer.

When the computer is switched on first, the Wireless Mouse may not work properly.

Note : When the computer has no mouse port, connect the Serial

Port of the computer to Control

Port of the projector with the

Control Cable for Serial Port.

OPERATING WIRELESS MOUSE

When controlling the pointer of the computer, operate the Wireless Mouse with POINT button, SELECT button, and RIGHT CLICK button on the Wireless Remote Control Unit.

POINT button

Used to move the pointer. The pointer is moved corresponding with the direction you are pressing.

POINT button (Move the pointer)

SELECT (LEFT CLICK) button

This button has the same function as the left button in a PC mouse.

RIGHT CLICK button

This button has the same function as the right button in a PC mouse.

Pressing this button does not affect any operation when in Menu mode.

SELECT button

(left button of the mouse)

RIGHT CLICK button

(right button of the mouse)

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MAINTENANCE

TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR

The TEMPERATURE WARNING Indicator flashes red when the internal temperature of the projector exceeds the normal temperature. The Indicator stops flashing when the temperature of the projector returns to normal.

When the TEMPERATURE WARNING Indicator continues to flash, check the items listed below.

1

2

3

The Ventilation slots of the projector may be blocked. In such an event, reposition the appliance so that the ventilation slots are not obstructed.

Air filters may be clogged with dust particles. Clean the air filters by following the section AIR FILTER CARE AND

CLEANING below.

If the TEMPERATURE WARNING Indicator remains on after performing the above checks, the Cooling Fans or the

Internal Circuits may be malfunctioning. Contact service a personnel from an authorized dealer or service station.

AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING

The Removable Air Filter prevents dust from accumulating on the surface of the Projection Lens and the

Projection Mirror. Should the Air Filter become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce the Cooling Fans' effectiveness and may result in internal heat build up and adversely affect the life of the projector.

Clean the Air Filter following the steps below:

1

Turn the power off, and disconnect the AC power cord from the

AC outlet.

2

3

4

Turn the projector upside down and remove the Air Filter Cover by pressing four latches sideways and pulling up. Remove three

Air Filters by pulling up the latches.

Clean the Air Filters with brush or wash out the dust and particles. Be sure to dry them out.

Replace the Air Filters and Air Filter Cover properly. Make sure that they are fully set.

Press the latches sideways and pull up.

CAUTION

Do not operate the projector with the Air Filter removed.

Dust may accumulate on the LCD Panel and the Mirror degrading picture quality.

Do not put small parts into the Air Intake Vents. It may result in malfunction of the projector.

RECOMMENDATION

We recommend avoiding dusty/smoky environments when operating the projector. Usage in these environments may cause poor image quality.

When using under dusty or smoky conditions, dust may accumulate on the liquid crystal panel, lens, or optical elements inside it. This condition may degrade the quality of the projected image.

When the above symptoms are noticed, contact your authorized dealer or service station for proper cleaning.

Remove three Air

Filters by pulling up the latches.

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APPENDIX

LAMP REPLACEMENT

When the life of the Lamp of this projector draws to an end, the LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator lights yellow.

When the image becomes dark or the color of the image becomes unnatural, replacement of the Lamp is required.

CAUTION

For continued safety, replace with a lamp assembly of the same type.

Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes before you open the lamp cover. The inside of the projector can become very hot.

Do not drop the lamp assembly or touch the glass bulb! The glass can shatter and may cause injury.

Follow these steps to replace the lamp assembly.

1

Turn off the projector and disconnect the AC plug. Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes.

2

3

4

Remove the screw with a screwdriver and remove the Lamp

Cover.

Remove the two screws with a screwdriver and pull out the

Lamp Assembly by grasping the handle.

Replace the Lamp Assembly with a new one and tighten the two screws. Make sure that the Lamp Assembly is set properly.

Replace the Lamp Cover and tighten the screw.

LAMP COVER

LAMP

ASSEMBLY

5

6

Connect the AC Power Cord to the projector and turn the projector on.

Reset the Lamp Replacement Monitor Timer (refer to the section

“Lamp Replacement Monitor Timer” below).

NOTE : Do not reset the LAMP REPLACEMENT MONITOR

TIMER when the lamp is not replaced.

HANDLE

ORDER REPLACEMENT LAMP

Replacement Lamp can be ordered through your dealer. When ordering the Lamp, give the following information to the dealer.

Model No. of your projector : Desktop Projector 9280

Replacement Lamp Type No. : POA-LMP28 (Proxima Lamp No. : LAMP-025)

(Service Parts No. 610 285 4824)

LAMP REPLACEMENT MONITOR TIMER

Be sure to reset the Lamp Replacement Monitor Timer when the Lamp Assembly is replaced. When the Lamp

Replacement Monitor Timer is reset, the LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator stops lighting.

1

2

Turn the projector on, and press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will appear. Press the POINT

LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select SETTING and press the SELECT button (refer to the page 36, 37). Another dialog box

SETTING MENU will appear.

Press the POINT DOWN button and a red-arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to “Lamp age,” and then press the

SELECT button. The message "Lamp replace monitor Reset?" is displayed.

3

Select [Yes] to reset the Timer.

Do not reset the Lamp Replacement Monitor Timer, except after the lamp is replaced.

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APPENDIX

CLEANING THE PROJECTION LENS

2

3

Follow these steps to clean the projection lens:

1

Apply a non-abrasive camera lens cleaner to a soft, dry cleaning cloth. Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner.

Abrasive cleaners, solvents or other harsh chemicals might scratch the lens.

Lightly wipe the cleaning cloth over the lens.

When the projector is not in use, replace the lens cover.

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APPENDIX

TROUBLESHOOTING

Before calling your dealer or service center for assistance, check the matters below once again.

1. Make sure you have connected the projector to your equipment as described in the section "CONNECTING

THE PROJECTOR" on pages 11 ~ 14.

2. Check cable connection. Verify that all computer, video and power cords are properly connected.

3. Verify that all power is switched on.

4. If the projector still does not produce an image, re-start the computer.

5. If the image sill does not appear, unplug the projector from the computer and check the computer monitor's display. The problem may be with your graphics controller rather than with the projector. (When you reconnect the projector, remember to turn the computer and monitor off before you power up the projector.

Power the equipment back on in order of : Projector and computer.)

6. If the problem still exists, check the following chart.

Problem:

No power.

Image is out of focus.

Try these Solutions

Plug the projector into the AC outlet.

Be sure READY Indicator light is On.

Wait 1 minute after the projector is turned OFF before turning the projector back on.

NOTE : After pressing the power ON-OFF switch to OFF, make sure the projector works as follows:

1. The LAMP indicator will light and the READY indicator will turn off.

2. After 1 minute, the READY indicator will light green again and the projector may be turned on by pressing the power ON-OFF button.

Check the TEMPERATURE WARNING indicator. If the indicator flashes red, the projector cannot be turned on.

(See "TURNING ON/OFF THE PROJECTOR" section on page 20.)

Check the Projection Lamp. (Refer to page 40.)

Adjust the focus

Make sure the projection screen is at least 4.6’ (1.4m) from the projector.

Check the projection lens to see if it needs cleaning.

NOTE : Moving the projector from a cool temperature location to a warm temperature location may result in moisture condensation on the lens. In such an event, leave the projector OFF and wait until condensation disappears.

Check Ceiling / Rear feature. (See “SETTING” section on page 36.)

Picture is Left/Right reversed.

Picture is

Top/Bottom reversed.

Some displays are not seen during the

Operation.

No image.

No sound.

Check Ceiling feature. (See “SETTING” section on page 36.)

Check Display feature. (See “SETTING” section on page 36.)

Check the connection between the computer or video equipment and the projector.

When turning the projector on, it takes about 30 seconds to display the image.

Check the system that you select is corresponding with the computer or the video equipment.

Make sure the temperature is not out of the Operating Temperature (5°C ~ 35°C).

Check audio cable connection from audio input source.

Adjust the audio source.

Press VOLUME (+) button.

Press MUTE button.

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Problem:

Remote Control Unit does not work.

Wireless Mouse function does not work.

Try these Solution

Check the batteries.

Check the ALL-OFF switch on the Remote Control Unit is set to “ON.”.

Make sure nothing is between the Remote Receiver and the Remote Control Unit.

Make sure you are not too far from the projector when using the Remote Control Unit.

Maximum operating range is 16.4’ (5m).

Make sure the code of the Remote Control is set to conform to the projector.

(See “SETTING” section on page 36, 37.)

Check the cable connection between the projector and the computer.

Check the mouse setting on your computer.

Turn the projector on before you turn on the computer.

WARNING :

High voltages are used to operate this projector. Do not attempt to open the cabinet.

If the problem still persists after following all operating instructions, contact the sales dealer where you purchased the projector or the service center. Give the model number and explain the difficulty. We will advise you how to obtain service.

This symbol on the nameplate means the product is Listed by Underwriters

Laboratories Inc. It is designed and manufactured to meet rigid U.L. safety standards against risk of fire, casualty and electrical hazards.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Projector Type

Dimensions

Net Weight

(W x H x D)

LCD Panel System

Panel Resolution

Number of Pixels

Color System

High Definition TV Signal

Scanning Frequency

Projection Image size

(Diagonal)

Horizontal Resolution

Projection Lens

Throw Distance

Projection Lamp

AV Input Jacks

AV Audio Input Jacks

Computer Input Jacks

Computer Audio Input Jacks

Control Port Jacks

Monitor Output Jacks

Audio Output Jacks

Internal Audio Amp

Built-in Speakers

Feet Adjustment

Voltage and

Power Consumption

Operating Temperature

Storage Temperature

Remote Control Transmitter

Accessories

Desktop Projector 9280

12.44" x 6.57" x 18.9" (316mm x 167mm x 480mm)

20.3 lbs (9.2 kg)

1.3" TFT Active Matrix type, 3 panels

1024 x 768 dots

2,359,296 (1024 x 768 x 3 panels)

PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M and PAL-N

480i, 480p, 575i, 575p, 720p, 1035i, 1080i-50 and 1080i-60

H-sync. 15 ~ 100 KHz, V-sync. 50 ~ 100 Hz

Adjustable from 31” to 400”

700 TV lines

F 1.8 ~ 2.1 lens with f 48.4 mm ~ 62.5 mm with motor zoom, focus and shift

4.6’ ~ 47.2’ (1.4 m ~ 14.4 m)

250 W

RCA Type x 3 (Video/Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr) and Mini DIN 4 pin x 1 (S-Video)

RCA Type x 2

(VGA) HDB 15 Terminal x 1, DVI 24 pin x 1, and BNC jack x 5

Mini Jack (stereo) x 2

Mini DIN 8 pin x 2

BNC jack x 5 (Computer) and RCA Type x 1(Video)

RCA Type x 2

2.0 W RMS (stereo)

2 speakers, 1.57" x 2.76" (40mm x 70mm)

0˚ to 9.0˚

AC 100 ~ 120 V (4.4 A Max. Ampere), 50 / 60 Hz (The U.S.A and Canada)

AC 200 ~ 240 V (2.2 A Max. Ampere), 50 / 60 Hz (Continental Europe and The U.K.)

41 ˚F ~ 95 ˚F (5 ˚C ~ 35 ˚C)

14 ˚F ~ 140 ˚F (-10 ˚C ~ 60 ˚C)

Power Source : AA, UM3 or R06 Type x 2

Operating Range : 16.4’ (5m) / ±30˚

Dimensions : 2.2” x 1.3” x 7.6” (55mm x 34mm x 192mm)

Net Weight

Laser Pointer

: 0.36 lbs (165 g) (including batteries)

: Class II Laser

(Max. Output : 1mW / Wave length : 650±20nm)

Owner’s Manual

AC Power Cord

Wired/Wireless Remote Control Transmitter and Batteries

VGA Cable

MAC Adapter

Control Cable for PS/2 port

Control Cable for Serial port

Control Cable for ADB port

Video Cable (RCA x 3)

S-VIDEO Cable

Audio Cable (RCA x 2 - Mini plug (stereo))

Remote Control Cable

Dust Cover

Lens Cover

The specifications are subject to change without notice.

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APPENDIX

CONFIGURATIONS OF THE TERMINALS

COMPUTER INPUT-1 TERMINAL (ANALOG)

Terminal : HDB15-PIN

Connect the display output terminal of the computer to this terminal with the VGA Cable (supplied). When connecting the

Macintosh computer, the MAC Adapter (supplied) is required.

Pin Configuration

5

15

4 3

10

9

14 13

8

2

12

1

7

11

6

6

7

4

5

8

1

2

3

Red Input

Green Input

Blue Input

Sense 2

Ground (Horiz.sync.)

Ground (Red)

Ground (Green)

Ground (Blue)

12

13

14

15

9

10

11

No Connect

Ground (Vert.sync.)

Sense 0

Sense 1

Horiz. sync.

Vert. sync.

Reserved

COMPUTER INPUT-1 TERMINAL (DIGITAL)

Terminal : DVI 24-pin

Connect the display output terminal of the computer to this terminal with the DVI cable (not supplied).

Pin Configuration

1

9

2

10

3

11

4

12

5

13

6

14

7

15

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

8

16

24

6

7

4

5

8

1

2

3

T.M.D.S. Data2–

T.M.D.S. Data2+

T.M.D.S. Data2 Shield

No Connect

No Connect

DDC Clock

DDC Data

No Connect

12

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

T.M.D.S. Data1–

T.M.D.S. Data1+

T.M.D.S. Data1 Shield

No Connect

No Connect

+5V Power

Ground (for +5V)

Hot Plug Detect

20

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

T.M.D.S. Data0–

T.M.D.S. Data0+

T.M.D.S. Data0 Shield

No Connect

No Connect

T.M.D.S. Clock Shield

T.M.D.S. Clock+

T.M.D.S. Clock–

CONTROL PORT CONNECTOR

Terminal : Mini DIN 8-PIN

Connect control port (PS/2, Serial or ADB port) on your computer to this terminal with the Control Cable (supplied).

Pin Configuration

5

8 7 6

4 3

2

1

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

PS/2

-----

CLK

DATA

GND

-----

-----

GND

-----

Serial

R X D

-----

-----

GND

RTS

T X D

GND

GND

ADB

-----

ADB

-----

GND

-----

-----

-----

GND

MAC ADAPTER

Set the switches as shown in the table below depending on the RESOLUTION MODE that you want to use before you turn-on the projector and computer.

ON

OFF

ON

DIP

1 2 3 4 5 6

13” MODE (640 x 480)

16” MODE (832 x 624)

19” MODE (1024 x 768)

21” MODE (1152 x 870)

1

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

2

ON

ON

ON

ON

3

OFF

4

OFF

5

OFF

6

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

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Warranty

Proxima Corporation warrants that the Proxima® Multimedia Projector product manufactured by Proxima is free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use during the Warranty Period. The Warranty Period commences on the day of purchase by the end-user. The Warranty Period is two years. The projector lamp is not covered by this Warranty.

Each Proxima product is manufactured from new parts, or new and some used parts. In some cases, the product may have been delivered to another end-user and then returned. In all cases, the product has undergone testing and quality inspection, and Proxima's full warranty terms apply.

The end-user's sales receipt or invoice showing the date of purchase of the product and the name of the Reseller is proof of the date of purchase. The Warranty extends only to the original purchaser and is not transferable.

During the Warranty Period, Proxima will, at no additional charge, repair or replace defective parts or at the option of Proxima, replace the entire unit.

This Limited Warranty does not extend to any Proxima product that has been damaged or been rendered defective (a) as a result of accident, misuse, or other abuse;

(b) by the use of parts not manufactured or sold by Proxima; or (c) by modification of the product; or (d) as a result servicing by non-authorized personnel.

Limitation of Warranties

The foregoing warranty is expressly in lieu of any other express or implied warranties, including, without limitation, warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. To the extent not prohibited by law, all statutory warranties are hereby waived and excluded from this warranty. Proxima expressly disclaims all warranties not stated in this Limited Warranty.

For Americas:

Proxima Corporation

9440 Carroll Park Drive

San Diego, CA 92121

Ph: (858) 457-5500

(800) 447-7692 (U. S. and Canada.)

Fax.

(858) 457-9647 www.proxima.com <http://www.proxima.com>

Part No. 710-00861

For Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia:

ASK Proxima ASA

K. G. Meldahlsvei 9

Postboks 1403

N-1602 Fredrikstad tel.

+47-69 34 01 55 fax. +47-69 34 06 32

Technical Support & Service

Horsterweg 24

6191 RX Beek

The Netherlands tel.

+31-43 358 5210 fax. +31-43 358 5202

10 / 2000

610 xxx xxxx (1AA6P1Pxxxx-- MM6F)

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