Owner`s manual | Atmel AT91SAM7L-STK Computer Hardware User Manual

BARCO PROJECTION SYSTEMS
REALITY
SIM 6
R9040100 - R9040101
R9040110 - R9040111
OWNER'S MANUAL
Date :
21032000
Rev. :
00
Art. No. :
R5976135
Federal communication commission (FCC statement)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are 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.
Instructions to the user :
if this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, the user may try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures :
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Re-orientation of the receiving antenna for the radio or television.
Relocate the equipment with respect to the receiver.
Plug the equipment into a different outlet so that the equipment and receiver are on different branch circuits.
Fasten cables connectors to the equipment by mounting screws.
Note :
The use of shielded cables is required to comply within the limits of Part15 of FCC rules and EN55022.
Due to constant research, the information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Produced by BARCO NV, March 2000.
All rights reserved.
Trademarks are the rights of their respective owners.
BARCO n.v./Projection Systems
Noordlaan 5
B-8520 Kuurne
Belgium
Tel : +32/56/368211
Fax : +32/56/351651
E-mail : sales.bsp@barco.com
Visite Barco at the web : http://www.barco.com
Printed in Belgium
Table of Contents
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ...................................................................................................... 1-1
PACKAGING AND DIMENSIONS ...................................................................................... 2-1
Projector Packaging ..................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Way of Packaging ......................................................................................................................................... 2-1
To unpack ...................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Hint ............................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Contents of the complete unit (box) : ........................................................................................................... 2-1
Lens Packaging ............................................................................................................................................ 2-1
Way of Packaging ......................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Projector Case .............................................................................................................................................. 2-2
Dimensions ................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES ........................................................................................... 3-1
Safety warning .............................................................................................................................................. 3-1
Installation Guidelines .................................................................................................................................. 3-1
Ambient Temperature Conditions ................................................................................................................. 3-1
Environment .................................................................................................................................................. 3-1
What about ambient light ? ........................................................................................................................... 3-1
Which screen type? ...................................................................................................................................... 3-1
What image size? How big should the image be? ...................................................................................... 3-1
Projector Configurations ............................................................................................................................... 3-2
Which configuration can be used ? .............................................................................................................. 3-2
Positioning the Projector ............................................................................................................................... 3-2
Lenses .......................................................................................................................................................... 3-3
Which lens has to be selected. ..................................................................................................................... 3-3
Available lenses ............................................................................................................................................ 3-3
Lens formulas to calculate the projector distance. ....................................................................................... 3-4
How to install the lens?................................................................................................................................. 3-4
Cleaning the Lens ......................................................................................................................................... 3-5
Battery installation in the RCU. .................................................................................................................... 3-5
Inserting the Batteries. .................................................................................................................................. 3-5
How to replace the batteries in the RCU ? ................................................................................................... 3-5
Note .............................................................................................................................................................. 3-6
CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................................. 4-1
Power connection to Projector ..................................................................................................................... 4-1
AC Power (mains) cord connection .............................................................................................................. 4-1
Fuses ............................................................................................................................................................ 4-1
Switching on ................................................................................................................................................. 4-1
Lamp Run Time ............................................................................................................................................ 4-2
Lamp Run Time Warning .............................................................................................................................. 4-2
Switching to Stand-by. .................................................................................................................................. 4-2
Switching Off................................................................................................................................................. 4-3
Switching to Stand-by Warning .................................................................................................................... 4-3
Input Source Connection .............................................................................................................................. 4-3
Input facilities .....................................................................................................................................................
Input Selection .............................................................................................................................................. 4-3
Input Facilities, RCVDS05 connected. ......................................................................................................... 4-3
5-cable Input Slot (slot 1) ............................................................................................................................. 4-4
Computer input/Monitor output² .................................................................................................................... 4-5
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Video Input (Optional) ................................................................................................................................... 4-6
S-Video Input (optional) ................................................................................................................................ 4-6
Serial Digital Input / Serial Digital Output (optional) ..................................................................................... 4-7
IEEE 1394 Input ........................................................................................................................................... 4-7
RS232 Connection ........................................................................................................................................ 4-8
RS232 in / RS232 out ................................................................................................................................... 4-8
Applications : ................................................................................................................................................ 4-8
Set up of the Baud Rate for Communication with a Computer : ................................................................. 4-8
Communication port for communication with peripherals ............................................................................ 4-8
Configurations of the port. ............................................................................................................................ 4-8
Connecting a RCVDS 05 to the projector. .................................................................................................... 4-8
TRIG Output ................................................................................................................................................. 4-8
MOUSE ......................................................................................................................................................... 4-9
When available ? .......................................................................................................................................... 4-9
How to activate ? .......................................................................................................................................... 4-9
Available Mouse Functions ........................................................................................................................... 4-9
Audio Connections (optional) ....................................................................................................................... 4-9
What is available ? ....................................................................................................................................... 4-9
How to lock an audio input ? ........................................................................................................................ 4-9
GETTING STARTED ........................................................................................................... 5-1
Remote Control & Local Keypad .................................................................................................................. 5-1
How controlling the projector ? ..................................................................................................................... 5-1
Location of the local keypad ......................................................................................................................... 5-1
Remote control ............................................................................................................................................. 5-1
Overview of Terminology .............................................................................................................................. 5-1
Operating the Projector ................................................................................................................................ 5-2
Switching on ................................................................................................................................................. 5-2
Lamp Run Time ............................................................................................................................................ 5-3
Lamp Run Time Warning .............................................................................................................................. 5-3
Switching to Stand-by. .................................................................................................................................. 5-3
Switching Off ................................................................................................................................................. 5-3
Switching to Stand-by Warning .................................................................................................................... 5-3
Quick Set Up Adjustments ........................................................................................................................... 5-3
Quick Lens Adjustment ................................................................................................................................. 5-3
Quick On Screen Color change .................................................................................................................... 5-4
Using the RCU .............................................................................................................................................. 5-5
Pointing to the reflective screen ................................................................................................................... 5-5
Hardwired Remote Input. .............................................................................................................................. 5-5
Directly to one of the IR sensors of the projector. ........................................................................................ 5-5
Projector address .......................................................................................................................................... 5-6
Why a projector address ? ............................................................................................................................ 5-6
Set up an Individual Projector Address. ....................................................................................................... 5-6
How to control the projector or projectors. ................................................................................................... 5-6
Before using the RCU. .................................................................................................................................. 5-6
Common Address ......................................................................................................................................... 5-6
Displaying the Projector Address on the Screen. ......................................................................................... 5-6
How to Program an Address into the RCU? ................................................................................................. 5-6
Sound Controls (optional). ............................................................................................................................ 5-7
Controlling the Projector ............................................................................................................................... 5-7
Input Selection .............................................................................................................................................. 5-7
Picture controls. ............................................................................................................................................ 5-7
The Pause key. ............................................................................................................................................. 5-8
The Selection key. ........................................................................................................................................ 5-8
START UP OF THE ADJUSTMENT MODE ....................................................................... 6-1
Adjustment Mode .......................................................................................................................................... 6-1
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
Possible Paths .............................................................................................................................................. 6-1
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Password Protection ..................................................................................................................................... 6-1
Entering the Password ................................................................................................................................. 6-1
Remark ......................................................................................................................................................... 6-2
Setting up your own password ..................................................................................................................... 6-2
RANDOM ACCESS ADJUSTMENT MODE ....................................................................... 7-1
Random Access Mode .................................................................................................................................. 7-1
Possible File Manipulations. ......................................................................................................................... 7-2
File Annotation. ............................................................................................................................................. 7-2
Starting Up .................................................................................................................................................... 7-2
Picture Service ............................................................................................................................................. 7-2
Connecting a new Source. ........................................................................................................................... 7-2
Start up the File Service. .............................................................................................................................. 7-2
Load File ...................................................................................................................................................... 7-3
How to load a file ? ....................................................................................................................................... 7-3
The image is not perfect ? ............................................................................................................................ 7-3
Edit File ........................................................................................................................................................ 7-3
What can be done with the Edit File menu ? ................................................................................................ 7-3
How to start up the Edit menu ? ................................................................................................................... 7-4
Which items can be adjusted ? ..................................................................................................................... 7-4
How to change the settings ? ....................................................................................................................... 7-4
How to find the correct values for the displayed item? ................................................................................ 7-4
Rename a file ............................................................................................................................................... 7-6
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 7-6
How to change the characters ? ................................................................................................................... 7-7
Copy a file .................................................................................................................................................... 7-7
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 7-7
How to change the characters ? ................................................................................................................... 7-7
Delete .......................................................................................................................................................... 7-8
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 7-8
File Options .................................................................................................................................................. 7-8
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 7-8
File Sort ........................................................................................................................................................ 7-8
Picture Tuning ............................................................................................................................................... 7-9
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 7-9
Which items are available ? .......................................................................................................................... 7-9
CTI ON/OFF ................................................................................................................................................ 7-9
What is CTI ? ................................................................................................................................................ 7-9
How to change thet CTI settings .................................................................................................................. 7-9
Note : ............................................................................................................................................................ 7-9
Motion Compensation .................................................................................................................................. 7-9
What is motion compensation ? ................................................................................................................... 7-9
LCD speed .................................................................................................................................................. 7-10
LCD speed R/G .......................................................................................................................................... 7-10
LCD speed B/G........................................................................................................................................... 7-10
How to start up ? ........................................................................................................................................ 7-10
Color Temperature ..................................................................................................................................... 7-11
Start Up ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-11
Available Color Temperature : .................................................................................................................... 7-11
Adjusting the Color Temperature ................................................................................................................ 7-11
Gamma ...................................................................................................................................................... 7-12
What can be adjusted ? .............................................................................................................................. 7-12
How to change the gamma value ? ............................................................................................................ 7-12
Decoding EBU/IRE .................................................................................................................................... 7-12
Note : .......................................................................................................................................................... 7-12
What can be done ? .................................................................................................................................... 7-12
How can it be selected ? ............................................................................................................................ 7-12
Color Depth ................................................................................................................................................ 7-12
Purpose....................................................................................................................................................... 7-12
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Input Balance ............................................................................................................................................. 7-13
Why adjusting the input balance ? .............................................................................................................. 7-13
How to adjust the input balance ? .............................................................................................................. 7-13
To change the Color depth value : .............................................................................................................. 7-13
Black Color ................................................................................................................................................ 7-13
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-13
To change the black color : ......................................................................................................................... 7-13
Audio Tuning ............................................................................................................................................... 7-14
Start Up ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-14
Available items ............................................................................................................................................ 7-14
Volume, Balance, Bass and Treble ........................................................................................................... 7-14
How to adjust ? ........................................................................................................................................... 7-14
Fade ........................................................................................................................................................... 7-15
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-15
How to set up the fade ? ............................................................................................................................. 7-15
Mute ........................................................................................................................................................... 7-15
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-15
How to stop sound reproduction ? .............................................................................................................. 7-15
Mode [stereo]/[mono] ................................................................................................................................. 7-15
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-15
How to install the sound mode ? ................................................................................................................ 7-15
Video - Audio lock ...................................................................................................................................... 7-16
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-16
How to lock input source to an audio source ? ........................................................................................... 7-16
Geometry .................................................................................................................................................... 7-16
To start up the Geometry functions ............................................................................................................ 7-16
Which Geometry adjustments are possible ? ............................................................................................. 7-16
How can an adjustment be adjusted ? ....................................................................................................... 7-16
Shift ............................................................................................................................................................ 7-17
What can be done ? .................................................................................................................................... 7-17
To start up the shift action : ........................................................................................................................ 7-17
Size ............................................................................................................................................................ 7-17
What can be done ? .................................................................................................................................... 7-17
To start up the size adjustment : ................................................................................................................. 7-17
Side Keystone ............................................................................................................................................ 7-18
What can be done ? .................................................................................................................................... 7-18
Aligning the keystone ................................................................................................................................. 7-18
Blanking ..................................................................................................................................................... 7-18
What can be done ? .................................................................................................................................... 7-18
Available Blanking Adjustments ................................................................................................................. 7-18
Adjusting the blanking. ............................................................................................................................... 7-19
Aspect Ratio [5:4]/[4:3]/[16:9] .................................................................................................................... 7-19
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-19
How to setup the desired aspect ratio ? ..................................................................................................... 7-19
Options ...................................................................................................................................................... 7-20
How to change the geometry options ? ...................................................................................................... 7-20
Soft Edge .................................................................................................................................................... 7-20
To start up the Soft Edge function .............................................................................................................. 7-20
Which soft edge items are available ? ........................................................................................................ 7-20
Type ........................................................................................................................................................... 7-20
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-20
How selecting the soft edge area ? ............................................................................................................ 7-20
Available soft edge types. ........................................................................................................................... 7-21
Demo .......................................................................................................................................................... 7-21
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-21
Available image processing features .......................................................................................................... 7-21
How to start up the Demo ? ........................................................................................................................ 7-21
Size ............................................................................................................................................................ 7-21
Purpose ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-21
How to set up the width ? ........................................................................................................................... 7-21
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Split Screen ............................................................................................................................................... 7-22
Purpose....................................................................................................................................................... 7-22
How to start up ? ........................................................................................................................................ 7-22
INSTALLATION MODE ....................................................................................................... 8-1
Installation Mode .......................................................................................................................................... 8-1
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 8-1
Input Slots ..................................................................................................................................................... 8-1
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 8-1
To view or to change the input configuration : .............................................................................................. 8-1
Possible results for the input slots : .............................................................................................................. 8-2
What if a switcher is connected to the projector ? ........................................................................................ 8-2
800 Peripheral .............................................................................................................................................. 8-2
Defining the Output module of the RCVDS05 .............................................................................................. 8-2
Defining the Infrared Communication protocol ............................................................................................. 8-2
Configuration ................................................................................................................................................ 8-3
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 8-3
Set up the Correct Configuration .................................................................................................................. 8-3
OSD color (On-Screen Display) ................................................................................................................... 8-3
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 8-3
How to change this color setting ? ............................................................................................................... 8-3
Internal Patterns ........................................................................................................................................... 8-3
What can be done with these internal patterns ? ......................................................................................... 8-3
How to select an internal pattern ? ............................................................................................................... 8-4
Available patterns ......................................................................................................................................... 8-4
No Signal ...................................................................................................................................................... 8-4
What will happen ? ....................................................................................................................................... 8-4
Changing the background color .................................................................................................................... 8-4
Changing the shutdown setting .................................................................................................................... 8-4
Quick Access Keys ....................................................................................................................................... 8-5
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 8-5
Getting an overview ...................................................................................................................................... 8-5
Factory preprogrammed keys ....................................................................................................................... 8-5
How to program the quick access keys (function keys) : ............................................................................. 8-5
Lens Adjustments ......................................................................................................................................... 8-6
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 8-6
Zoom/Focus/Shift.......................................................................................................................................... 8-6
Menu Position ............................................................................................................................................... 8-7
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 8-7
How to change the setting ? ......................................................................................................................... 8-7
SERVICE MODE ................................................................................................................. 9-1
Service Mode ................................................................................................................................................ 9-1
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-1
Built-up of the service mode. ........................................................................................................................ 9-1
Identification .................................................................................................................................................. 9-2
What can be seen ? ...................................................................................................................................... 9-2
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-2
Available items .............................................................................................................................................. 9-2
Title Page ..................................................................................................................................................... 9-2
What will be indicated on the title page ? ..................................................................................................... 9-2
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-3
Available items .............................................................................................................................................. 9-3
SIM Options ................................................................................................................................................. 9-3
What will be indicate ? .................................................................................................................................. 9-3
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-3
Change Projector Address ........................................................................................................................... 9-4
What can be changed ? ................................................................................................................................ 9-4
Change Password ........................................................................................................................................ 9-4
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How to enable or disable the password function ? ....................................................................................... 9-4
How to change the password ? .................................................................................................................... 9-4
Change Language ........................................................................................................................................ 9-4
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-4
Start up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-5
Projector Address ........................................................................................................................................ 9-5
How to change that address ? ...................................................................................................................... 9-5
Entering the new projector address .............................................................................................................. 9-5
Common Address ........................................................................................................................................ 9-5
How to change that common address ? ....................................................................................................... 9-5
Entering the new common address .............................................................................................................. 9-5
Change Baudrate PC ................................................................................................................................... 9-6
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-6
Reset Lamp Runtime .................................................................................................................................... 9-6
When is it allowed ? ...................................................................................................................................... 9-6
Lamp Run Time History ................................................................................................................................ 9-6
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 9-6
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-7
Dimming ........................................................................................................................................................ 9-7
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 9-7
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-7
Lamp Dimming ............................................................................................................................................. 9-7
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-7
Motorized Dimming ...................................................................................................................................... 9-8
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-8
BARCO logo ................................................................................................................................................ 9-8
What can be done ? ...................................................................................................................................... 9-8
How to add the BARCO logo or to change a setting ? ................................................................................. 9-8
Available settings .......................................................................................................................................... 9-8
Panel Adjustments ........................................................................................................................................ 9-9
Warning ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-9
Start Up ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-9
Uniformity ...................................................................................................................................................... 9-9
Warning ......................................................................................................................................................... 9-9
Preset Input Balance .................................................................................................................................. 9-10
Warning ....................................................................................................................................................... 9-10
Start Up ....................................................................................................................................................... 9-10
I2C diagnosis. ............................................................................................................................................. 9-10
What can be done ? .................................................................................................................................... 9-10
STANDARD SOURCE SET UP FILES .............................................................................. A-1
SOURCE NUMBERS 81 - 86 AND 91 - 96 ....................................................................... B-1
Projector without any 800 peripheral connected. ........................................................................................
Projector with a 800 peripheral connected. .................................................................................................
Source numbers 91 - 99. .............................................................................................................................
Source numbers 81 - 86 ..............................................................................................................................
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B-1
B-1
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Packaging and Dimensions
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PACKAGING AND DIMENSIONS
Projector Packaging
Way of Packaging
The projector is packed in a carton box. To provide protection during transportation, the projector is surrounded with foam. the package
is the secured with banding and fastening clips.
To unpack
First release the fastening clips and remove the banding. Handle as shown in the drawing.
Pull
To open
Take the projector out of its shipping carton and place it on a table.
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Hint
Save the original shipping carton and packing material, they will be necessary if you ever have to ship your projector. For maximum
protection, repack your projector as it was originally packed at the factory.
Contents of the complete unit (box) :
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1 BARCOREALITY SIM 6 (weight ± 17 kg or ± 37.4 lbs)
1 remote control unit RCU + 2 batteries.
1 power cable with outlet plug type CEE7 or ANSI 73.11 .
1 owner’s manual
1 safety manual
Lens Packaging
Way of Packaging
Lenses are supplied as an individual item.
They are packed in a carton.
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Projector Case
Dimensions
The dimensions are given in mm.
25.4 mm = 1"
82.7
211.4
169.5
139.6
14
43
60
42
124.1
124.4
147.8
217.2
46
148.9
380.6
368.7
184.4
526.8
371.2
202.4
53.5
53.5
29.6
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min 12
max 24
97.6
107.5
245.1
120.2
187.2
6
152.6
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INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
Safety warning
Before installing the projector, read first the safety instructions
Installation Guidelines
Ambient Temperature Conditions
Careful consideration of things such as image size, ambient light level, projector placement and type of screen to use are critical
to the optimum use of the projection system.
Max. ambient temperature : 40 °C or 104 °F
Min. ambient temperature : 0 °C or 32 °F
The projector will not operate if ambient air temperature falls outside this range (0°C- 40°C or 32°F-104°F).
Environment
Do not install the projection system in a site near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight,
excessive dust or humidity. Be aware that room heat rises to the ceiling; check that temperature near the installation site is not
excessive.
What about ambient light ?
The ambient light level of any room is made up of direct or indirect sunlight and the light fixtures in the room. The amount of ambient
light will determine how bright the image will appear. So, avoid direct light on the screen.
Windows that face the screen should be covered by opaque drapery while the set is being viewed. It is desirable to install the projection
system in a room whose walls and floor are of non-reflecting material. The use of recessed ceiling lights and a method of dimming
those lights to an acceptable level is also important. Too much ambient light will ‘wash out’ of the projected image. This appears
as less contrast between the darkest and lightest parts of the image. With bigger screens, the ‘wash out’ becomes more important.
As a general rule, darken the room to the point where there is just sufficient light to read or write comfortably. Spot lighting is desirable
for illuminating small areas so that interference with the screen is minimal.
Which screen type?
There are two major categories of screens used for projection equipment. Those used for front projected images and those for rear
projection applications.
Screens are rated by how much light they reflect (or transmit in the case of rear projection systems) given a determined amount
of light projected toward them. The ‘GAIN’ of a screen is the term used. Front and rear screens are both rated in terms of gain. The
gain of screens range from a white matte screen with a gain of 1 (x1) to a brushed aluminized screen with a gain of 10 (x10) or more.
The choice between higher and lower gain screens is largely a matter of personal preference and another consideration called the
Viewing angle.
In considering the type of screen to choose, determine where the viewers will be located and go for the highest gain screen possible.
A high gain screen will provide a brighter picture but reduce the viewing angle.
For more information about screens, contact your local screen supplier.
What image size? How big should the image be?
The projector is designed for projecting an image size (video) from 1.00m (3.3ft) to 6.00m (19.7ft) with a aspect ratio of 5 to 4.
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Installation Guidelines
Projector Configurations
Which configuration can be used ?
The projector can be installed to project images in four different configurations :
Front/table
Rear/table
Front/ceiling or
Rear/ceiling
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Positioning the Projector
Drawing are given for a nominal lens position.
Definitions of the Abbreviation on drawings
B = Distance between ceiling and top of the screen or between floor and bottom of the screen.
A = Correction value, distance between bottom side of projector (without feet) and middle of the lens. Value to be subtracted from
B to obtain the correct installation position. (A value is a constant value for all screen widths and type of lenses, A = 124.1 mm or
4.89 inch)
CD = Total distance between projector and ceiling or projector and floor.
SW = Screen width.
SH = Screen height (image height).
PD = Projector Distance, distance between screen and projector.
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OFF-Axis installation
ON-Axis installation
CD = B - A
Projector
SIDE VIEW
SIDE VIEW
SH
CD = B - A
Screen
SH
Projector
Screen
Optical axis projection lens
A’
PD
Optical axis projection lens
A
PD
B
B
CD
CD
Floor
Floor
SW
SW
Screen
Screen
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
SW
SW
SH
SH
Floor
BACK VIEW
Floor
BACK VIEW
Lenses
Which lens has to be selected.
1
Determine the required screen width.
2
Determine the approximate position of the projector in the projection room with regard to the screen and measure the
projector-screen distance (PD).
3
Use the lens formulas in appendix B to find the best corresponding PD with regard to the measured projector-screen distance
for the required screen width.
The desired lens is determined.
Available lenses
The projector is supplied without any lens.
The following lenses are available, or will become available (contact a Barco service center) as an option :
Lenses
Standard version
Scheimpflug version
QGD(1.36-2.06:1)
QGD(7:1)
QGD(0.8:1)
On-Axis lens for screen sizes
from 40-70 inch diagonal
QGD(0.8:1)
On-Axis lens for screen sizes
from 84-120 inch diagonal
QGD(1.27:1)
QGD(2-2.8:1)
QFD(1.27:1)
QFD(1.4-2:1)
QFD(2.1-3:1)
QFD(2.5:1)
QFD(4.5-6:1)
R9829850
R9840030
R9829800
R9840520
R9840480
R9840040
R9840490
R9840000
R9829790
R9840400
R9840380
R9840390
R9840290
R9840100
R9840500
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R9840600
R9840610
R9840470
R9840460
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Lens formulas to calculate the projector distance.
Metric formulas (meter)
Inch formulas (inch)
QGD(1.36-2:1)
PDmin=1.371 x SW + 0.165 + 0.0083/SW
PDmax=2.086 x SW + 0.153 - 0.015/SW
PDmin=1.371 x SW + 6.5 + 12.86/SW
PDmax=2.086 x SW + 6.02 - 23.25/SW
QGD(7:1)
PD = 7.021 x SW + 0.047 + 0.0093/SW
PD = 7.021 x SW + 1.85 + 14.41/SW
QGD(0.8:1)
PD = 0.794 x SW - 0.048 + 0.0072/SW
PD = 0.794 x SW - 1.89 + 11.16/SW
QDG(1.27:1)
PD = 1.356 x SW - 0.065 + 0.0297/SW
PD = 1.356 x SW - 2.56 + 46.03/SW
QGD(2-2.8)
PDmin = 1.982 x SW + 0.476 - 0.388/SW
PDmax = 2.778 x SW + 0.068 - 0.015/SW
PDmin = 1.982 x SW + 18.74 - 601.4/SW
PDmax = 2.778 x SW + 2.68 - 23.25/SW
QFD(1.27:1)
PD = 1.33 x SW - 0.0195 + 0.0270/SW
PD = 1.33 x SW - 0.77 + 41.85/SW
QFD(1.4-2:1)
PDmin= 1.48 x SW - 0.0287 - 0.0215/SW
PDmax= 2.25 x SW - 0.01 + 0.0195/SW
PDmin= 1.48 x SW - 1.30 - 33.32/SW
PDmax= 2.25 x SW - 0.39 + 30.22/SW
QFD(2.1-3:1)
PDmin= 2.18 x SW - 0.1 + 0.055/SW
PDmax= 2.97 x SW + 0.1 - 0.073/SW
PDmin= 1.48 x SW - 3.94 + 85.25/SW
PDmax= 2.25 x SW + 3.94 - 113.15/SW
QFD (2.5:1)
PD = 2.486 x SW + 0.025 + 0.0215/SW
PD = 2.486 x SW + 0.98 + 33.32/SW
QFD(4.5-6:1)
PDmin= 4.39 x SW - 0.02 - 0.029/SW
PDmax= 6.00 x SW + 0.15 - 0.107/SW
PDmin= 4.39 x SW - 0.79 - 44.95/SW
PDmax= 6.00 x SW + 5.91 - 185.65/SW
Lens program to calculate the projector distance is available on the BARCO webside :
http://www.barco.com/projecti/cusserv/index.htm
Remark :
In case of the Scheimpflug version lens, the formulas are valid in the normal position.
How to install the lens?
Installation of the lens for a standard SIM projector.
The installation of the scheimphlug lens is described in the corresponding lens kit.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Take the lens out of its packing material.
Open the lens cover of the projector by pivoting it up and take it off.
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Loosen the fixing screws (B) of the motor part (A) and flip the motor part up.
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Open both lens locks (C) by pulling them backwards (first, lift up a little before pulling backwards).
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Put the lens on the lens holder.
Fix the lens by closing the both locks (C) until they are secured.
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Flip the motor part back (A) (if a motorized lens is installed, be sure the teeth match the tooth profile (D) of the lens)
and secure with the fixing screws (B).
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Re-install the lens cover.
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Installation Guidelines
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Cleaning the Lens
To minimize the possibility of damaging the optical coating or scratching exposed lens surface, we have developed recommendations
for cleaning the lens. FIRST, we recommend you try to remove any material from the lens by blowing it off with clean, dry deionized
air. DO NOT use any liquid to clean the lenses.
A TorayseeTM cloth is included with the lens kit.
Proceed as follows :
1. Always wipe lenses with a CLEAN TorayseeTM cloth.
2. Always wipe lenses in a single direction. Do not wipe back and forwards across the lens surface as this tends to grind dirt into
the coating.
3. Do not leave cleaning cloth in either an open room or lab coat pocket, as doing so can contaminate the cloth.
4. If smears occur when cleaning lenses, replace the cloth. Smears are the first indication of a dirty cloth.
5. Do not use fabric softener when washing the cleaning cloth or softener sheets when drying the cloth.
6. Do not use liquid cleaners on the cloth as doing so will contaminate the cloth.
Order number for a new TorayseeTM cloth : R379058.
Other lenses can also be cleaned safely with this TorayseeTM cloth.
Battery installation in the RCU.
Inserting the Batteries.
Two batteries are packed together with the RCU. Before using your RCU, install first these batteries.
1
2
3
4
Remove the battery cover on the backside by pushing the handle a little towards the bottom of the RCU.
Lift up the top side of the cover at the same time.
Insert the batteries as indicated in the RCU.
Put the battery cover on its place.
How to replace the batteries in the RCU ?
To replace the batteries :
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Remove the battery cover on the backside by pushing the handle a little towards the bottom of the RCU.
Lift up the top side of the cover at the same time.
Push on the + side of the battery towards the - side
Lift up the battery at the same time.
Repeat for the second battery.
Insert the batteries as indicated in the RCU (battery type AA or LR6 or equivalent).
Put the battery cover on its place.
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Installation Guidelines
Note
Note, only important if more than one projector is installed in the room :
1. the common address can be zero (0) or one (1). The standard RCU are setup for common address zero. To change the common
address of the RCU, contact a BARCO service center. If it is necessary to program the projector address into the RCU, see chapter
'Controlling'.
2. projector address has to be reprogrammed everytime the battery is changed, the RCU will always switch to the default address.
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Connections
4
CONNECTIONS
Power connection to Projector
AC Power (mains) cord connection
Use the supplied power cord to connect your projector to the wall outlet. Plug the female power connector into the male connector
at the front of the projector.
The power input is auto-ranging from 90 to 240 VAC.
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Fuses
Warning
For continued protection against fire hazard :
- refer replacement to qualified service personnel
- ask to replace with the same type of fuse.
Fuse type : T10 AH/250V
Switching on
Use the power switch to switch on.
When '0' is visible, the projector is switched off.
When '1' is visible, the projector is switched on.
When switching on with the power switch, the projector starts in the stand by mode. The projector mode indication lamp is red.
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To start image projection :
a. press the 'Stand by' button once on the local keypad or on the remote control. The projector mode indication lamp will be green.
b. press a digit button to select an input source. The projector mode indication lamp will be green.
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Lamp Run Time
When the total run time of the lamp is X-30 hours or more, the following warning message will be displayed for 1 minute. This warning
message will be repeated every 30 minutes. Press EXIT to remove the message before the minute is over.
Remaining
Lamp run time
20 h
When the total run time of the lamp is X hours or more, the following warning message, with the exact run time is displayed on the
screen.
WARNING
Lamp run time is X hours
Operating the lamp longer
than X hours may damage
the projector.
Please replace the lamp
<ENTER> to continue
Lamp run time is X hours. Operating the lamp longer than X hours may damage the projector. Please replace the lamp.
When OK (ENTER) is pressed to go on, the warning will be repeated every 30 min.
The total lifetime of the lamp for a safe operation is X hours max. Do not use it longer. Always replace with a same type of lamp. Call
a BARCO authorized service technician for lamp replacement.
Lamp Run Time Warning
Using a lamp for more than X hours is dangerous as the lamp could explode.
Switching to Stand-by.
When the projector is running and you want to go to stand-by, press the stand-by key for 2 seconds until the message 'Saving data,
please wait' is displayed. Do not press any longer on the standby key otherwise the projector will restart.
Saving data, Please wait
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Switching Off
To switch off:
- First press STANDBY key for 2 seconds. When the message 'Saving data, please wait' is displayed, do not press any longer on
the standby key otherwise the projector will restart. Let cool down the projector at least 10 min.
- Switch off the projector with the power switch.
Switching to Stand-by Warning
When switching to standby, it is possible to restart within the first 5sec.. When not restarted within these first 5 sec.,
the projector waits for 1 min. to restart again. During this period the LED display will show a jumping square with a dash.
After one minute, two dashes will be displayed and the projector can restart.
Input Source Connection
Input facilities
For a standard SIM6:
5-cable input
Computer
Optional inputs:
Video
S-Video
Serial digital input
IEEE 1394 (not yet active)
Input Selection
This can be manually or automatically.
When 'automatic' is selected in the Input slots menu, by starting up the projector, it searches for an input source by scanning the
inputs one by one. If only one source is found, this source will be projected. If different sources are found, the priority is as follow
(for a SIM6 with all input option) :
1. Video
2. S-Video
3. 5 Cable input
4. Computer input
SDI input and IEEE input are never automatically selected.
Note : When a RCVDS is connected to the projector,
the 'Automatic' selection is disabled.
Set up of the input selection
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
ENTER to start up the adjustment mode.
the cursor key é or ê to select 'Installation' (menu 1).
ENTER to display the Installation menu.
the cursor key é or ê to select 'Input Slots' (menu 2).
ENTER to display the Input slots menu.
the cursor key é or ê to select 'Input Slots' (menu 3).
ENTER to toggle between [Manual] or [Automatic].
EXIT several times to leave the adjustment mode.
ADJUSTMENT MODE
INSTALLATION
Select a path from below :
INPUT SLOTS
RANDOM ACCESS
INSTALLATION
Select with ê or é
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with ê or é
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 2
INPUT SLOTS
SLOT SELECTOR [Automatic]
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-
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
RGB [HS&VS]
RGB [HS&VS]
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DIGITAL INPUT
IEEE 1394
Select with ê or é
<ENTER> to toggle
<EXIT> to return.
menu 3
Input Facilities, RCVDS05 connected.
When using a RCVDS05, it is recommended to use a 5-cable output module in the RCVDS. The outputs of this module have to be
connected to the 5 cable input (slot 1) of the projector.
To switch the projector in the 5-cable mode see chapter 'Installation mode'.
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Connections
5-cable Input Slot (slot 1)
Slot 1 has 5 BNC input terminals.
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Which signals can be connected to the 5-cable input
The following signals can be connected to these BNC connectors :
Connector name
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Composite Video²
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Video -
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Super Video²
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Component Video - SS²
R-Y
Y
B-Y
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-
Component Video - SOY²
R-Y
Ys
B-Y
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-
Input signal
² These source are optional for the BARCOREALITY SIM6.
How to select input Slot 1
Key in 1 on the RCU or the local keypad.
Configuration of the 5-cable input
The configuration has to be done on the 'Input slot' menu.
To change the signal format :
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press ADJUST or ENTER key to start up the Adjustment mode (menu 1).
Push the cursor key é or ê to select Installation
Press ENTER.
Press the cursor key é or ê to select 'Input Slots' (menu 2)
Press ENTER. The internal system will scan the inputs and displays the result in the 'Input Slots' menu.
Push the cursor key é or ê to select the first slot (menu 3).
Press ENTER key to toggle the input signal priority.
ADJUSTMENT MODE
INSTALLATION
Select a path from below :
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHIRAL
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
RANDOM ACCESS
INSTALLATION
SERVICE
Select with ê or é
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with ê or é
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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INPUT SLOTS
SLOT SELECTOR [Automatic]
x
-
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
RGB [HS&VS]
RGB [HS&VS]
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DIGITAL INPUT
IEEE 1394
Select with ê or é
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
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Possible indication :
RGB [HS&VS] = RGB analog signals, separate sync is horizontal and vertical sync.
RGB CS = RGB analog signals, separate sync is composite sync.
RGB CV = RGB analog signals, separate sync is composite video or tri-level sync.
RGB-SOG = RGB analog signals, sync on green is composite sync.
²COMPONENT VIDEO - CS = separate sync is composite sync.
²COMPONENT VIDEO = component video with composite sync on Y or composite tri-level sync on Y.
²VIDEO
²S-VIDEO
² Optional for BARCOREALITY SIM6
Note for RCVDS05 users
When using an RCVDS 05 with a 5 cable output module, connect these 5 cables to this 5-cable input slot (slot1) of the projector.
All sources of the RCVDS can now be accepted by the projector.
Audio connection (optional)
Connect the audio input to one of the 3 audio inputs.
See 'audio configuration' in this chapter for more explanation.
Computer input/Monitor output²
² Monitor output is optional for the SIM6.
Connect the output of the graphical card of the computer to the Computer input of the projector (connection < 60 cm) or insert an
interface between the output of the computer and the input of the projector.
Connect the monitor of the computer to the monitor output of the projector.
This monitor output is only available when the computer input is used as input.
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Pin configuration of the D15 connector :
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RED
GREEN
BLUE
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ground
ground
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14
15
ground
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ground
loop through to monitor
loop through to monitor
horizontal/composite sync
vertical sync
loop through to monitor
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Connections
How to select Slot 2
Key in 2 on the RCU or the local keypad.
Video Input (Optional)
What can be connected
Composite video signals from a VCR, OFF air signal decoder, etc...
1 x BNC or cinch 1.0Vpp ± 3 dB
No loop through.
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How to select Slot 3
Key in 3 on the RCU or the local keypad.
S-Video Input (optional)
What can be connected
Separate Y-luma/C-chroma signals for higher quality playback of Super VHS-signals.
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VCR S-VHS
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Pin configuration mini DIN plug
1
2
3
4
ground luminance
ground chrominance
luminance 1.0Vpp ± 3 dB
chrominance 282 mVpp ± 3 dB
How to select Slot 4
Key in 4 on the RCU or the local keypad.
Serial Digital Input / Serial Digital Output (optional)
What can be connected to this input ?
Full compatibility with digital Betacam, or digital video sources.
This avoids the need for analog processing anywhere in the video production chain and guarantees the ultimate image quality.
An active loop through of the SDI input signal is provided for monitoring or for double or triple stacking applications.
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connections :
1 x BNC input and 1 x BNC output.
The input is always 75 W terminated. The output impedance of the SDO is 75 W.
How to select Slot 5
Key in 5 on the RCU or the local keypad.
Note : When a RCVDS05 is connected to the projector, the SDI input is available by keying in 85 on the RCU.
IEEE 1394 Input
Input not yet implemented.
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RS232 Connection
RS232 in / RS232 out
To connect a Computer, e.g. IBM PC (or compatible), Apple Macintosh to the RS 232 input of the projector to allow communicate
between the computer and the projector.
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Applications :
a) remote control :
- easy adjustment of projector via IBM PC (or compatible) or MAC connection.
- allow storage of multiple projector configurations and set ups.
- wide range of control possibilities.
- address range from 0 to 255.
b) data communications :
- sending data to the projector or copying the data from the projector to a hard memory device (hard disc, floppy, etc.).
Set up of the Baud Rate for Communication with a Computer :
See 'Change Baudrate PC' in chapter 'Service mode'.
Communication port for communication with peripherals
Configurations of the port.
This port can be configured to accept PPM or RC5 coded signals.
To change the port configuration see 800 Peripherals in Chapter Installation.
Connecting a RCVDS 05 to the projector.
-
Up to 20 inputs with the RCVDS 05 and 90 inputs when RCVDS's are linked via the expansion module.
Serial communication with the projector.
Remote control buttons on the RCVDS to control the projector (source selection and analog settings).
The selected source number will be displayed on a 2 digit display and the selected input module will be indicated with a LED on
the rear.
For more information about the use of the RCVDS 05, consult the owner's manual of the RCVDS05.
TRIG Output
5 V output voltage to trigger an external device (max. 10mA).
This voltage is available when the projector is on.
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MOUSE
When available ?
Mouse function is only available with the Executive Remote Control (Order number : R9829960). The computer can then be controlled
via the projector.
How to activate ?
To activate this mouse function, handle as follow :
1 Start up your computer with the computer mouse plugged in. The mouse driver should be loaded.
2 Unplug the computer mouse without switching off the computer.
3 Plug the delivered cable between the mouse input of the computer and the mouse output of the projector.
4 Computer can now be controlled with the executive remote control.
For more information about the mouse buttons or functions, consult the owner's manual of the Executive Remote Control.
Warning : before swithing off, disconnect first the mouse cable.
Available Mouse Functions
Left click, right click or double click are the same as for a traditional mouse.
For Click and drag : push for 2 seconds on the left (right) mouse button, the move the mouse arrow with the mouse navigator and
click again very short on the left (right) mouse button to interrupt the drag function.
Audio Connections (optional)
What is available ?
Three audio inputs and one audio output are available. Each audio input can be associated with an input source using the control
software of the projector. e.g. source 1 can be locked with audio input B.
How to lock an audio input ?
Locking an audio input to a source input :
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
ENTER to start up the adjustment mode.
the cursor key é or ê to select 'Random Access'.
ENTER to display the Random Access menu.
the cursor key é or ê to select 'Audio Tuning'.
ENTER to display the Audio Tuning menu.
the cursor key é or ê to select 'Video-Audio lock'.
the cursor key ç or è to select the desired source input.
ENTER to toggle between [A], [B] or [C].
several times EXIT or ADJUST to return to the operational mode.
See also 'Video - Audio lock' in chapter 'Random Access Adjustment Mode'.
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Getting Started
5
GETTING STARTED
Remote Control & Local Keypad
How controlling the projector ?
The projector can be controlled by the local keypad or by the remote control unit.
Location of the local keypad
The local keypad is located on the backside of the projector.
Remote control
This remote control includes a battery powered infrared (IR) transmitter that allows the user to control the projector remotely.
This remote control is used for source selection, control, adaptation and set up. It includes automatic storing of :
- picture controls (Brightness, Sharpness...)
- settings
Other functions of the remote control are :
- switching between standby and operational mode.
- switching to "pause" (blanked picture, full power for immediate restarting)
- direct access to all connected sources.
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Getting Started
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Function keys : user programmable keys with functions for direct access.
2
ADJ. : ADJUST key, to enter or exit the adjustment mode.
3
Address key (recessed key), to enter the address of the projector (between 0 and 9). Press the recessed address key with
a pencil, followed by pressing one digit button between 0 and 9.
4
Selection key (*) : to direct access the zoom/focus/shift functions.
5
PAUSE : to stop projection for a short time, press 'PAUSE'. The image disappears but full power is retained for immediate restarting.
6
STBY : stand-by button, to start projector when the power switch is switched on and to switch off the projector without switching
off the power switch.
Attention : Switching to Stand-by.
When the projector is running and you want to go to stand-by, press the stand-by key for 2 seconds until the message 'Saving
data, please wait' is displayed. Do not press any longer on the stand-by key otherwise the projector will restart.
7
Mute : to interrupt the sound reproduction.
8
? : not implemented.
9
Digit buttons : direct input selection.
10 Audio controls : use these buttons to obtain the desired sound level.
11 Picture controls : use these buttons to obtain the desired picture analog level.
12 PHASE : used to remove the instability of the image.
13 FREEZ : press to freeze the projected image.
14 TEXT : when adjusting one of the image, e.g. controls during a meeting, the displayed bar scale can be removed by pressing
'TEXT' key first. To re-display the bar scale on the screen, press 'TEXT' key again.
15 ENTER : to start up the adjustment mode or to confirm an adjustment or selection in the adjustment mode.
16 Cursor Keys (on RCU) or '+' and '-' keys (cursor keys) on the local keypad : to make menu selections when in the adjustment
mode or to zoom/focus when the direct access is active.
Comparision between the cursor keys and the use of the '+' and '-' keys on the local keypad :
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cursor key up
=
'+' key up
cursor key down
=
'-' key down
cursor key right
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'+' key right
cursor key left
=
'-' key left
Use the '+' and '-' keys (cursor keys) : to increase or decrease the analog level of the image controls when they are first selected.
17 EXIT : to leave the adjustment mode or to scroll upwards when in the adjustment mode.
18 RC operating indication : lights up when a button on the remote control is pressed. (This is a visual indicator to check the
operation of the remote control)
Operating the Projector
Switching on
Use the power switch to switch on.
When '0' is visible, the projector is switched off.
When '1' is visible, the projector is switched on.
When switching on with the power switch, the projector starts in the stand by mode. The projector mode indication lamp is red.
To start image projection :
a. press the 'Stand by' button once on the local keypad or on the remote control. The projector mode indication lamp will be green.
b. press a digit button to select an input source. The projector mode indication lamp will be green.
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Lamp Run Time
When the total run time of the lamp is X-30 hours or more, the following warning message will be displayed for 1 minute. This warning
message will be repeated every 30 minutes. Press EXIT to remove the message before the minute is over.
Remaining
Lamp run time
20 h
When the total run time of the lamp is X hours or more, the following warning message, with the exact run time is displayed on the
screen.
Lamp run time is X hours. Operating the lamp longer than X hours may damage the projector. Please replace the lamp.
WARNING
Lamp run time is X hours
Operating the lamp longer
than X hours may damage
the projector.
Please replace the lamp
<ENTER> to continue
When OK (ENTER) is pressed to go on, the warning will be repeated every 30 min.
The total lifetime of the lamp for a safe operation is X hours max. Do not use it longer. Always replace with a same type of lamp. Call
a BARCO authorized service technician for lamp replacement.
Lamp Run Time Warning
Using a lamp for more than X hours is dangerous as the lamp could explode.
Switching to Stand-by.
When the projector is running and you want to go to stand-by, press the stand-by key for 2 seconds until the message 'Saving data,
please wait' is displayed. Do not press any longer on the standby key otherwise the projector will restart.
Saving data, Please wait
Switching Off
To switch off:
- First press STANDBY key for 2 seconds. When the message 'Saving data, please wait' is displayed, do not press any longer on
the standby key otherwise the projector will restart. Let cool down the projector at least 10 min.
- Switch off the projector with the power switch.
Switching to Stand-by Warning
When switching to standby, it is possible to restart within the first 5sec.. When not restarted within these first 5 sec.,
the projector waits for 1 min. to restart again. During this period the LED display will show a jumping square with a dash.
After one minute, two dashes will be displayed and the projector can restart.
Quick Set Up Adjustments
Quick Lens Adjustment
For a quick lens set up and image shift, press the Selection key (* key), to display inmediately the zoom/focus menu.
Only available for motorized lenses.
For a quick set-up, handle as follow :
A. Zoom/focus of the lens.
1
2
3
Press the Selection key.
The zoom/focus menu will be displayed.
Push the cursor key é or ê to zoom and ç and è to focus the image.
When finished, press EXIT key to return or ENTER to continue to the shift adjustment.
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Getting Started
ZOOM/FOCUS
ZOOM with éor ê
FOCUS with çor è
<ENTER> to Shift
<EXIT> to return
B. Image shift
1
2
3
4
Press the selection key.
The zoom/focus menu will be displayed.
Press ENTER. The shift menu will be displayed.
Push the cursor key é or ê to shift the image up or down and ç and è to shift the image left and right.
When finished, press EXIT key to return or ENTER to continue to zoom/focus.
SHIFT
SHIFT with éor ê, çor è
<ENTER> to Shift
<EXIT> to return
Quick On Screen Color change
For quick change of the the on-screen color of the highlighted items.
The highlighted items on the menus can be displayed in red, green or yellow.
For a quick set-up, handle as follow :
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press ENTER to start up the adjustment mode.
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Installation'.
Press ENTER to display Installation menu.
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'OSD Color'.
Press ENTER to display the OSD color menu.
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight the desired color.
Press ENTER to select.
ADJUSTMENT MODE
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
NO SIGNAL
INTERNAL PATTERNS
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
LENS
MENU POSITION
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select a path from below :
RANDOM ACCESS
INSTALLATION
SERVICE
Source 01
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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menu 2
OSD COLOR
HIGHLIGHTED ITEM
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 3
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Using the RCU
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Point the front of the RCU to the reflective screen surface.
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Plug one end of the remote cable in the connector on the bottom of the RCU and the second side in the connector in the front panel
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Getting Started
Projector address
Why a projector address ?
As more than one projector can be installed in a room, the seperate projector should be seperately addressable wiht an RCU or
computer. There for each projector has its own address.
Set up an Individual Projector Address.
The set up of a projector address cab be done via de software.
See 'Change projector address' in chapter 'Service mode'.
How to control the projector or projectors.
Every projector requires an individual address between 0 and 255 which can be set in the Service mode.
When the address is set, the projector can be controlled now:
- RCU for addresses between 0 and 9.
- computer, e.g. IBM PC (or compatible), Apple MAC, etc. for addresses between 0 and 255.
Note : a projector will respond to a RCU set to the common address ('0' or '1') regardless of what address is set in the projector itself.
Before using the RCU.
The RCU is default programmed with address 0 or 1, 'common address'. With that 'common address' programmed into the RCU,
every projector, without exception will listen to the commands given by this RCU. If it is necessary to control a specific projector,
than enter the projector address into the RCU (only when that address is between 0 and 9). The projector with the corresponding
address will listen to that specific RCU.
Common Address
Every projector has a common address '0' or '1'. The choice between '0' and '1' can be selected in the Service mode.
Displaying the Projector Address on the Screen.
Press the ADDRESS key (recessed key on the RCU) with a pencil. The projector's address will be displayed in a 'Text box'. This
text box disappears after a few seconds.
PROJECTOR ADDRESS
001
To continue using the RCU with that specific address, it is necessary to enter the same address with the digit buttons (address between
0 and 9) within 5 seconds after pushing the address key. For example : if the Address key displays projector address 003, then
press "3" digit button on the RCU to set the RCU's address to match the projector's address. Do not press 003 digits. This will address
the remote control to '0' and control all projectors in the room.
If the address is not entered within 5 seconds, the RCU returns to its default address (zero address) and control all projectors in
the room.
How to Program an Address into the RCU?
Press the ADDRESS key (recessed key on the RCU) with a pencil and enter the address with the digit buttons within 5 seconds
after pushing the address key. That address can be any digit between 0 and 9.
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Controlling the Projector
Input Selection
Key in the corresponding slot number with the digit keys on the RCU. The selected source will be displayed.
Picture controls.
When an image control is pressed, a text box with a bar scale, icon and function name of the control, e.g. 'brightness...' appears on
the screen (only if text is ON). See example screen. The length of the bar scale and the value of the numeric indication indicate
the current memorized setting for this source. The bar scale changes as the control stick on the RCU is pressed or the + or - buttons
on the local keypad.
BRIGHTNESS
0
127
Brightness Control
A correct 'brightness' setting is important for good image reproduction.
Use the + button for a higher brightness.
Use the - button for a lower brightness.
Contrast Control
A correct 'contrast' setting is important for good image reproduction.
Adjust the contrast to the level you prefer, according to room lighting conditions.
Use the + button for a higher contrast.
Use the - button for lower contrast.
Color Saturation
(optional)
Color saturation is only active for Video and S-Video. Adjust the color intensity of the picture.
Use the + button for richer colors.
Use the - button for lighter colors.
Tint Control
(optional)
Tint is only active for Video and S-Video when using the NTSC 4.43 or NTSC 3.58 system.
Use the + button
Use the - button.
Sharpness Control.
Use the + button for a sharper picture.
Use the - button for a softer picture.
Phase Control
Use the control disc to adjust the phase.
Freez key
Press Freez to freeze the displayed image.
Sound Controls (optional).
When a sound control is pressed, a text box with a bar scale, icon and function name of the control, e.g. 'volume...' appears on the
screen (only if text is ON). See example screen. The length of the bar scale indicates the current memorized setting for this source.
The bar scale changes as the + or - buttons of the control are pressed.
The picture controls can only be adjusted with the RCU.
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Volume Control
Volume control adjusts the volume.
Use the + button for a higher volume.
Use the - button for a lower volume.
Bass Control
Bass control adjusts the bass level (low tones).
Use the + button for more low tones.
Use the - button for less low tones.
Treble Control
Treble control adjusts the treble level (high tones).
Use the + button for more high tones.
Use the - button for less hight tones.
Balance Control
Is only effective if a external amplifier with loudspeakers is connected to the audio output.
The balance control adjust the sound level between the left and the right box.
Use the + button for a higher sound level on the right box than on the left one.
Use the - button for a higher sound level on the left box than on the right one.
The Pause key.
When the Pause key is pressed, the image projection is stopped, a blue screen will be displayed and the projector remains with full
power for immediate restart. The sound is not interrupted.
The display on front of the projector will show a "P".
To restart the image :
1
2
3
press pause key,
press exit key or
select a source number.
The Selection key.
See Quick Lens Adjustment in this chapter;
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6
START UP OF THE ADJUSTMENT MODE
Adjustment Mode
Start Up
All source parameters, picture and audio tuning, and geometry are made while in the 'Adjustment Mode'. Press the ADJUST or ENTER
key to enter the 'Adjustment mode'.
You are now in the 'Adjustment Mode'.
1
2
3
The cursor key (RCU) or '+ or '-' keys (local keypad) are used to make menu selections and also for adjustments.
The ENTER and EXIT keys are used to move forward and backward through the menu structure.
The ADJUST key can be used to terminate the adjustment mode while any path selection menu is displayed.
ADJUSTMENT MODE
Select a path from below :
RANDOM ACCESS
INSTALLATION
SERVICE
Source 01
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Possible Paths
There are 3 possible paths to follow once in the Adjustment Mode. They are :
Installation - Installation should be selected if a new input module is installed or a new source is connected to an existing input module.
Also when the projector is relocated in a new configuration.
Random Access - Random Access should be selected to set up a new source.
Service - Service should be selected if the user intends to change general settings such as password, language, address, etc.or
some service actions as reset lamp run time, panel adjustments, etc. or get set-up information.
Password Protection
Some items in the Adjustment mode are password protected. While selecting such an item, the projector asks to enter your password
(Password protection is only available when the password strap on the controller module is ON, call an authorised service center
to change the position of the password strap).
Entering the Password
PASSWORD
ENTER PASSWORD
---Use numeric keys
<EXIT> to return
The password contains 4 digits.
Enter the digits with the numeric keys.
Example : 2 3 1 9
The first digit position is highlighted. Enter with the numeric keys. The highlighted square jumps to the next position. Continue until
all 4 digits are filled in.
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Start up of the Adjustment Mode
When your password is correct, you gain access to the selected item.
When your password is wrong. The error message "Invalid password" is displayed on the screen. Press EXIT to continue and to
return to the Service menu.
Error
Invalid password
<EXIT> to return
Factory programmed password :
0000
Once the password is correctly entered, all other password protected items are accessible without re-entering the password.
Remark
When re-entering the Adjustment mode, it will be nessary to enter the password again when selecting a password protected item.
Setting up your own password
See 'Changing password' in the Service mode.
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Random Access Adjustment Mode
7
RANDOM ACCESS ADJUSTMENT MODE
Random Access Mode
Overview Flowchart
LOAD
EDIT
RENAME
FILE SERVICE
COPY
DELETE
OPTIONS
CTI
COLOR TEMPERATURE
MOTION COMPENSATION
RANDOM ACCESS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
GAMMA
PICTURE TUNING
DECODING
COLOR DEPTH
BLACK COLOR
INPUT BALANCE
SHIFT
SIZE
SIDE KEYSTONE
GEOMETRY
BLANKING
ASPECT RATIO
OPTIONS
VOLUME
BALANCE
BASS
TREBLE
AUDIO TUNING
MUTE
FADE
MODE STEREO/MONO
VIDEO - AUDIO LOCK
TYPE
SOFT EDGE
SIZE
Optional
DEMO
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Random Access Adjustment Mode
Starting Up
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Random Access' and then press ENTER.
ADJUSTMENT MODE
Select a path from below :
RANDOM ACCESS
INSTALLATION
SERVICE
Source 01
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Picture Service
Connecting a new Source.
Before using a new source, a correct file has to be installed. The projector's memory contains a list of files corresponding to the
most used sources. When the new source corresponds with one of these files, the file can be loaded and saved for future use. When
there is a little difference, the file can also be loaded and then edited until the source specs are reached.
Note : file loading can be done automatically (see File Options, in this chapter).
Files with a ~ in front of the file name are tempory files. These files will be deleted when switching to another source.
Start up the File Service.
To enter the File Service, handle as follow :
1
2
Pushing the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'File Service' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The File service menu will be displayed (menu 2).
Note :
EXIT returns to the Path selection menu.
ADJUST returns to operational mode.
RANDOM ACCESS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
FILE SERVICE
FILE SERVICE
PICTURE TUNING
AUDIO TUNING
GEOMETRY
LOAD
EDIT
RENAME
COPY
DELETE
OPTIONS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 2
Possible File Manipulations.
The following file manipulations are possible :
- Load : installation of a file for a new source.
- Edit : editing a loaded file to the source specs.
- Rename : renaming a file.
- Copy : copying a file to a new file.
- Delete : deleting an existing file.
- Options : way of sorting the files.
File Annotation.
xxxxxxxx.xxx
x
xxxxXxxxxi
i or blank : i = interlaced, blank = not
interlaced
xxxxXxxxx : active pixel rating
x : source number
xxx : file extension, first character is C (for custom made files) or S (for standard files).
The second and third character is used for a following number (=file index)
file index for custom files : 00 to 63.
xxxxxxxx : base name, 8 characters.
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Load File
Start up the Load File
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Load' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The Load menu displays the corresponding files depending on the installed filter (menu 2).
1
2
This filter can be "Fit" or "All". To change the filter :
1 Push the cursor key è or ç highlight 'filter list'.
2 Press ENTER to toggle the annotation between brackets.
"All" : all files that can be loaded will be displayed.
"Fit" : only the best fitting files will be displayed (with a distinction of ± 2 lines and line duration distinction of ± 300 ns, if nothing
is found within this small area, the projector continues searching until it finds something.)
FILE SERVICE
LOAD
EDIT
RENAME
COPY
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
LOAD FILE
FILTER LIST [All]
Filename
Src
Resolution
----------------------------------------------------Video525.s01 1
675x240i
Video525.c01 1
675x240i
Video525.c02 1
675x240i
----------------------------------------------------Active file : Video525.c50
Select with é or ê ,è
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
How to load a file ?
Push the cursor key é or ê to select the best fitting file.
Press ENTER to select.
A confirm Load file menu will be displayed with the newly created file and the one on which the new file is based on.
Press ENTER to confirm the new creation or EXIT to return to the load file menu.
1
2
3
During a load file, the actual active file is displayed next to the indication 'Active file'.
Note:
When scrolling through the files, the image will be adapted according to the settings of the selected file (on line adaptation).
CONFIRM
LOAD FILE
LOAD FILE
FILTER LIST [All]
Filename
Src
Resolution
----------------------------------------------------Video525.s01 1
675x240i
Video525.c01 1
675x240i
Video525.c02 1
675x240i
Create file
Video525.c02
based on file
Video525.s01?
----------------------------------------------------Active file : Video525.c50
Select with é or ê ,è
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
<ENTER> to confirm
<EXIT> to return
menu 2
The image is not perfect ?
If the displayed image is not correct after selecting the best fitting file, go to the Edit menu, select the active file and change the File
settings.
Edit File
What can be done with the Edit File menu ?
The Edit file menu makes it possible to change the settings of the file according to the real settings of the connected source. Consult
the source specification before entering the data.
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How to start up the Edit menu ?
To start up the EDIT menu:
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Edit'.
2 Press ENTER to select.
The Edit file adaptation menu will be displayed.
3 Select the file which must be edited (mostly the active file).
4 Press ENTER.
The file name will be displayed in the upper right corner.
FILE SERVICE
LOAD
EDIT
RENAME
COPY
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
EDIT FILE
Filename
Src
Resolution
----------------------------------------------------Video525.s01 1
675x240i
Video525.c01 1
675x240i
Video525.c02 1
675x240i
----------------------------------------------------Active file : Video525.c50
Select with é or ê ,ç
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Which items can be adjusted ?
The following items can be adjusted :
Total quantity horizontal pixels
Active quantity horizontal pixels
Horizontal start in pixels
Horizontal period in µs (is automatically adapted during the installation of a file with LOAD)
Total vertical lines (is automatically adapted during the installation of a file with LOAD)
Active vertical lines
Vertical start in lines
Interlaced : toggle on/off (is automatically set to its correct position during the installation of a file with LOAD)
All settings can individually be changed.
EDIT FILE
HORIZONTAL
TOTAL
ACTIVE
START
PERIOD
VERTICAL (FIELD)
TOTAL
ACTIVE
START
INTERLACED
READ AMDS
OPTIONS
xga.s30
1344 PIXELS
1024 PIXELS
296 PIXELS
20.678 µS
806 LINES
768 LINES
36 LINES
[OFF]
é,ê,ç ,è <ENTER>, <EXIT>
How to change the settings ?
1
Push the cursor key é or ê to select an item.
The color of the selected item will change and follow one of the three methods to change the value.
a. method 1:
1 press ENTER to activate the digits
2 enter directly with the numeric keys on the RCU or local keypad the new value or
b.
1
2
3
4
method 2:
Press ENTER to activate the digits
Push the cursor key è or ç to select the changing digit.
Push the cursor key é or ê to scroll to desired digit.
When finished press ENTER to confirm.
c. method 3
1 Counting up or down by pushing the cursor key è or ç .
How to find the correct values for the displayed item?
During the installation of a file with LOAD, the horizontal period, the total number of vertical lines and the interlaced mode are
automatically measured and filled in in the menu table. These values will be available when starting up the EDIT procedure of an
active file.
(Caution : Do not adjust these settings on an active file, they are used to identify the input source file.)
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If the value for "Horizontal Total Pixels" is wrong, sampling mistakes (small vertical bars in the projected image) will be seen in the
image. Select "Total" and adjust the pixel quantity. Adjust for zero bars (hint: if the number of bars increase, adjust in the other direction).
The "Active Pixels" : determine the width of the window on the screen. This value is normally given in the source specifications. If
not, adjust until full image is displayed (no missing pixels).
"Horizontal Start" : number of pixels between the beginning of the input signal and the start of the video information in the signal.
"Horizontal Period" : already filled in with the correct value when active file. (see caution above).
The "Vertical Total Lines" are already filled when an active file is selected to be edited (see caution above).
The "Active Lines" : number of horizontal lines determining the height of the projected image. This value is normally given in the
specification of the source. If not, adjust until full image height is displayed (no missing lines)
Vertical start : number of lines between the start of the input signal and start of the image on the screen.
Interlaced [On] or [Off] : this selection is automatically filled when active file has to be edited. If the image is wrong due to
mismeasurement, use the ENTER key to toggle between [On] and [Off]. (for interlaced images, 1 frame contains 2 fields).
Read AMDS
AMDS = automatic mode detection & synchronisation
During the installation of a file with LOAD, the system automatically measured the horizontal period, the total vertical lines and the
interlaced mode.
When selecting Read AMDS, the system remeasures the above indicated items.
Options
EDIT FILE OPTIONS
Source number
1
Clamp position
[leading]
Clamp delay
0
Clamp width
10
Field polarity
[pos]
Field select
[both]
Vertical refresh
[sync]
Vertical sync polarity
[leading]
Select with é or ê
<ENTER> to toggle
ç or è to change value
<EXIT> to return
Source Number : The source number of a non-active source can be changed to any other source number. This makes it possible
to create a file for future source numbers.
Clamp Position : Clamping determines the black level of the signal.
The clamp pulse can be related to the leading or the trailing edge of the sync pulse. Use the ENTER key to toggle between [leading]
and [trailing].
Clamp Delay : The time between the leading edge of the clamp pulse and the locked edge of the sync pulse.
Can be any value between 0 and 255. Change the value by pushing the cursor key è or ç.
Clamp Width : The width of the clamp pulse
Can be any value between 0 and 255. Change the value by pushing the cursor key è or ç.
trailing edge
leading edge
Example for clamp position [trailing]
Sync
pulse
Clamp
pulse
Clamp
width
Clamp
delay
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Field Polarity :
The field polarity function is used for interlaced images. Both rasters of the image could be shifted in a wrong way (double lines are
visible in the image). This can be corrected by forcing the field polarity to [neg] or [pos].
Use the ENTER key to toggle between [pos] and [neg].
Field Select : Default [both]
The field select is only used for interlaced images. One frame of an interlaced image contains two fields, an even and an odd field.
The choice exists to project [both] fields on the screen or only the [even] or [odd] field. This can be useful for 3D projection.
Use the ENTER key to toggle between [both], [even] and [odd].
Vertical Refresh [sync/async] : The way of updating the image information on the LCD panels.
Not available for PAL-NTSC-SECAM sources. This option will be displayed in gray.
1
For sources with a vertical frequency up to 60 Hz : the vertical refresh rate is the same as the vertical frequency of the incoming
source. This is a necessity to project moving images without 'motion artifacts'. For stationary images with a vertical frequency
up to 60 Hz it is still possible to use asynchronous refresh. When loading Pal, Secam, NTSC-files the synchronous mode is default,
for all other sources below 60 Hz asynchronous mode is default.
2
For sources with a vertical frequency higher that 60 Hz : the vertical refresh is different than the vertical frequency of the incoming
source. Synchronous refresh cannot be used.
Vertical Sync Polarity : [leading] or [trailing]
The vertical refresh can be synchronised with the leading sync edge or trailing sync edge. Default on [leading].
Toggling to [trailing] is only necessary for special applications where the trailing edge of the sync signal has to be taken as a reference.
Use the ENTER key to toggle between [leading] or [trailing]
Press EXIT to leave the Edit File Option menu.
A 'Confirm Edit File' menu will be displayed.
CONFIRM
EDIT FILE
Save changes to file
xga.c30?
<ENTER> to confirm
<EXIT> to return
Rename a file
Start Up
To change the name of a selected file:
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Rename' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER.
The Rename selection menu will be displayed (menu 2).
3 Push the cursor key é or ê to select a file name (menu 2).
4 Press ENTER to select.
The Rename menu will be displayed with the selected file name already filled in, leave in the 'From file name :' area and in the 'To
file name :' area.
The first character in the 'To file name :' area is highlighted (menu3).
RENAME FILE
FILE SERVICE
LOAD
EDIT
RENAME
COPY
DELETE
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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RENAME FILE
Filename
Src
Resolution
----------------------------------------------------Video525.s01 1
675x240i
Video525.c01 1
675x240i
Video525.c02 1
675x240i
Frome file name :
Video525.s01
To file name :
demo.c10
Select with ç or è
Reprogram with é or ê
or numeric keys
<ENTER> to confirm
<EXIT> to return
----------------------------------------------------Active file : Video525.c50
Select with é or ê
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 3
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How to change the characters ?
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key ç or è to select the desired character.
Change that character by pushing the cursor key é or ê. Numeric characters can be entered directly with numeric keys on
the RCU.
Press ENTER to confirm. The renamed file is entered in the list of files.
Press EXIT to return to the Rename menu selection. No changes are made.
RENAME FILE
Frome file name :
Video525.s01
To file name :
demo.c10
Select with é or ê
Reprogram with ç or è
or numeric keys
<ENTER> to confirm
<EXIT> to return
menu 1
Copy a file
Start Up
To copy a selected file into a new file :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Copy' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER.
The Copy selection menu will be displayed (menu 2).
3 Push the cursor key é or ê to select a file name (menu 3).
4 Press ENTER to select.
The Copy menu will be displayed with the selected file name already filled in, in the 'From file name :' area and in the 'To file name:'
area.
The first character in the 'To file name :' is highlighted.
FILE SERVICE
LOAD
EDIT
RENAME
COPY
DELETE
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
COPY FILE
COPY FILE
Filename
Src
Resolution
----------------------------------------------------Video525.s01 1
675x240i
Video525.c01 1
675x240i
Video525.c02 1
675x240i
Frome file name :
xga_60.s03
To file name :
xga_60.c14
Select with ç or è
Reprogram with é or ê
or numeric keys
<ENTER> to confirm
<EXIT> to return
----------------------------------------------------Active file : Video525.c50
Select with é or ê
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 3
How to change the characters ?
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key ç or è to select the desired character (menu 4).
Change that character by pushing the cursor key é or ê. Numeric characters can be entered directly with numeric keys on
the RCU.
Press ENTER to confirm. The renamed file is entered in the list of files.
Press EXIT to return to the Copy menu selection. No changes are made.
COPY FILE
Frome file name :
xga_60.s03
To file name :
xga_60.c14
Select with ç or è
Reprogram with é or ê
or numeric keys
<ENTER> to confirm
<EXIT> to return
menu 4
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Delete
Start Up
To delete a selected file out of the list of files :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Delete' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER.
The delete selection menu will be displayed (menu 2).
3 Push the cursor key é or ê to select a file name.
4 Press ENTER to select.
If [All] is selected, your password has to be entered before all files will be deleted.
A confirmation menu "Delete file 'file name'?" is displayed (menu 3). When you want to delete the file, press ENTER. If you do not
want to delete the file, press EXIT.
Note : the active file cannot be deleted.
FILE SERVICE
LOAD
EDIT
RENAME
COPY
DELETE
OPTIONS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
CONFIRM
DELETE FILE
DELETE FILE
Filename
Src
Resolution
----------------------------------------------------Video525.s01 1
675x240i
Video525.c01 1
675x240i
Video525.c02 1
675x240i
Delete file:
Video525.c01?
----------------------------------------------------Active file : Video525.c50
Select with é or ê
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
<ENTER> to confirm
<EXIT> to return
menu 3
File Options
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'File Options' (menu 1).
Press ENTER.
The option selection menu will be displayed (menu 2).
FILE SERVICE
FILE OPTIONS
LOAD
EDIT
RENAME
COPY
DELETE
OPTIONS
FILE SORT [NAME]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 2
File Sort
Press ENTER to toggle between [name] and [index]
[name] : The files in the file list will be sorted on the file name.
[index] : The files in the file list will be sorted on the file extension.
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Picture Tuning
Start Up
To improve the image quality, the items in the Picture Tuning menu can be toggled or adjusted.
To start up the Picture Tuning :
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Picture Tuning' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The Picture Tuning menu will be displayed (menu 2).
PICTURE TUNING
RANDOM ACCESS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
FILE SERVICE
PICTURE TUNING
AUDIO TUNNING
GEOMETRY
SOFT EDGE
DEMO
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
INPUT BALANCE
BLACK COLOR
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Which items are available ?
The next items are available :
- CTI ON/OFF (optional)
- motion compensation
- color temperature
- gamma
- decoding EBU/IRE (optional)
- color depth
- input balance
- black color
CTI ON/OFF
Optional
What is CTI ?
CTI : Color Transient Improvement.
To improve the transition from one color to another.
How to change thet CTI settings
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'CTI'.
Press ENTER to toggle between ON and OFF.
PICTURE TUNING
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
INPUT BALANCE
BLACK COLOR
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Note :
This function applies to PAL and NTSC video or S-video inputs only.
Motion Compensation
Optional
What is motion compensation ?
To change the response time of the LCD panels.
The following options can be adjusted:
- LCD speed
- LCD speed R/G
- LCD speed B/G
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How to start up ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Motion compensation' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select. The motion compensation menu will be displayed (menu 2).
PICTURE TUNING
PICTURE TUNING
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
INPUT BALANCE
BLACK COLOR
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
LCD SPEED
LCD SPEED R/G
LCD SPEED B/G
menu 1
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
LCD speed
This will change the response time of the LCD's.
Range 0 - 16
Default : 8
To change the response time :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'LCD speed' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER to select.
The image will be displayed with together with an adjustment box (menu 2).
PICTURE TUNING
LCD SPEED
8
LCD SPEED
LCD SPEED R/G
LCD SPEED B/G
menu 2
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
LCD speed R/G
This will change the response time of the Red LCD compared to the Green LCD.
Range : 0 - 2 with steps of 0.125
Default : 1.00
To change the response time of the Red LCD panel :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'LCD speed R/G' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER to select.
The image will be displayed with together with an adjustment box (menu 2).
PICTURE TUNING
LCD SPEED R/G
1.00
LCD SPEED
LCD SPEED R/G
LCD SPEED B/G
menu 2
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
LCD speed B/G
This will change the response time of the Blue LCD compared to the Green LCD.
Range : 0 - 2 with steps of 0.125
Default : 1.00
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To change the response time of the Red LCD panel :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'LCD speed R/G' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER to select.
The image will be displayed with together with an adjustment box (menu 2).
PICTURE TUNING
LCD SPEED R/G
1.00
LCD SPEED
LCD SPEED R/G
LCD SPEED B/G
menu 2
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Color Temperature
Start Up
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Color Temperature'.
Press ENTER to select.
The color temperature selection menu will be displayed.
1
2
PICTURE TUNING
COLOR TEMPERATURE
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
INPUT BALANCE
BLACK COLOR
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
PROJECTOR WHITE
COMPUTER
9300K
VIDEO
6500K
FILM
5400K
BROADCAST
3200K
CUSTOM BALANCE
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Available Color Temperature :
-
Projector white
Broadcast
Film
Video
Computer
Custom balance.
3200 K
5400 K
6500 K
9300 K
Adjusting the Color Temperature
Push the cursor key up or down to select a fixed color temperature or custom balance.
Projector white will provide maximum projector light output.
The calibrated 'Broadcast', 'Film', 'Video' and 'Computer' presets will provide optimum color tracking.
Custom balance allows the user to set his own preferred color temperature.
Custom Balance
To
1
2
3
adjust Custom Balance, handle as follow :
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Custom Balance' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Push the cursor key é or ê to adjust red and push the cursor key ç or è to adjust blue (range 0 to 2.5) in comparison with
the green color (menu 2).
COLOR TEMPERATURE
PROJECTOR WHITE
COMPUTER
9300K
VIDEO
6500K
FILM
5400K
BROADCAST
3200K
GAIN RED
0
2.5
menu 2
CUSTOM BALANCE
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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Gamma
What can be adjusted ?
With the gamma correction adjustment, it is possible to accurately set the gamma of the projector image.
How to change the gamma value ?
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Gamma' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Change the gamma value by pushing the cursor key ç or è until the desired value is reached (menu 2).
Press EXIT to return to the Picture Tuning menu.
Default value of gamma = 1.9
PICTURE TUNING
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
INPUT BALANCE
BLACK COLOR
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
GAMMA = 1.9
3
menu 2
menu 1
Decoding EBU/IRE
Optional
Note :
Only for NTSC signals.
What can be done ?
The possibility is offered to decode the NTSC video signals via the default American IRE standard or via the European EBU standard.
Decoding a NTSC signal using the European EBU standard may result in a greenish tint.
How can it be selected ?
1
2
3
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Decoding' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to toggle between EBU or IRE.
Press EXIT to return.
PICTURE TUNING
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
INPUT BALANCE
BLACK COLOR
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Color Depth
Purpose
Increases color saturation of dark colors.
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To change the Color depth value :
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Color Depth' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Change the value by pushing the cursor key ç or è until the desired dark color saturation is reached (menu 2).
Adjustment range : 0 ... 8
Default : 4
Press EXIT to return to the Picture Tuning menu.
PICTURE TUNING
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
INPUT BALANCE
BLACK COLOR
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
COLOR DEPTH
4
0
8
menu 2
menu 1
Black Color
Purpose
Modifies the color of the black image for color matching between projectors.
To change the black color :
1
2
3
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Black Color' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Change the color of the black image by adding a certain amount of Red (R), Green (G) or Blue (B).
Notice : Deviation from R=0, G=0, B=0 will result in a lower contrast ratio for the projector.
PICTURE TUNING
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
BLACK COLOR
INPUT BALANCE
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
R
G
B
menu 1
Input Balance
Why adjusting the input balance ?
The input balance is normally correct adjusted in the factory. But due to signal distribution or signal transmission, a color imbalance
can be the result. This imbalance can be adjusted source by source for color critical applications. These adjustments influence
only the actual custom adjustment file. This procedure is not so easy.
Attention : Before starting the Input Balance function, generate a signal with dominant black and white areas.
How to adjust the input balance ?
The default values are normally loaded when selecting a source. If the image is not as desired, adjust for this source as follow :
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Input Balance' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The Input Balance menu will be displayed (menu 2).
Start with the Black Balance :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Black Balance' (menu 2).
2 Press ENTER to select.
3 Adjust the Brightness to a maximum value until there is just no green noise visible in the black areas.
4 Adjust with the cursor key é or ê or ç or è until there is no red or blue noise visible in the black areas.
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Continue with the White Balance :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'White Balance' (menu 2).
2 Press ENTER to select.
3 Adjust the Contrast to a maximum value until the white areas are just white (without green noice) and return one step.
4 Adjust with the cursor key é or ê or ç or è until there is no red or blue noise visible in the white areas.
PICTURE TUNING
INPUT BALANCE
CTI [ON]
MOTION COMPENSATION
COLOR TEMPERATURE
GAMMA
DECODING [EBU]
COLOR DEPTH
BLACK COLOR
INPUT BALANCE
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
WHITE BALANCE
BLACK BALANCE
menu 1
DEFAULT
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 3
Audio Tuning
Optional
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Audio Tuning' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The Audio Tuning menu will be displayed (menu 2).
RANDOM ACCESS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
FILE SERVICE
PICTURE TUNING
AUDIO TUNNING
GEOMETRY
SOFT EDGE
DEMO
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
1
[A]
AUDIO TUNING
VOLUME
BALANCE
BASS
TREBLE
MUTE [OFF]
FADE
MODE [STEREO]
VIDEO - AUDIO LOCK
2
3
4
5
6
[C] [B]
[A]
[B] [A]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 2
Available items
-
Volume
Balance
Bass
Treble
Mute
Fade
Mode
Video - Audio lock
Volume, Balance, Bass and Treble
How to adjust ?
When a sound control is selected by highlighting the item with the cursor key, a text box with a bar scale, icon and function name
of the control, e.g. 'Volume' appears on the screen (only when text is ON). The length of the bar scale indicates the current memory
setting for this source. For more information about the sound controls, see 'Sound controls with direct access' in the Chapter
'Controlling'.
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Mute
Purpose
To stop the sound reproduction.
How to stop sound reproduction ?
1
2
1
[A]
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Mute' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to toggle between [on] or [off].
AUDIO TUNING
VOLUME
BALANCE
BASS
TREBLE
MUTE [OFF]
FADE
MODE [STEREO]
VIDEO - AUDIO LOCK
2
3
4
5
6
[C] [B]
[A]
[B] [A]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Fade
Purpose
Determine where the sound signals will be reproduced, internally or externally.
How to set up the fade ?
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Fade' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Adjust the desired fade level.
The fade can be adjusted between -15 and 15 (menu 2).
1
2
3
1
[A]
AUDIO TUNING
VOLUME
BALANCE
BASS
TREBLE
MUTE [OFF]
FADE
MODE [STEREO]
VIDEO - AUDIO LOCK
2
3
4
5
6
[C] [B]
[A]
[B] [A]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
FADE
-15
0
15
menu 2
menu 1
Fade on -15 : no sound reproduction on the external loudspeakers, max on the internal loudspreaker with the same volume level
as adjusted with the volume control.
Fade on 15 : no sound reproduction on the internal loudspeakers but max on the external loudspeakers with the same volume level
as adjusted with the volume control.
Mode [stereo]/[mono]
Purpose
To switch the sound reproduction between mono and stereo.
How to install the sound mode ?
1
2
1
[A]
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Mode' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to toggle between [stereo] or [mono].
AUDIO TUNING
VOLUME
BALANCE
BASS
TREBLE
MUTE [OFF]
FADE
MODE [STEREO]
VIDEO - AUDIO LOCK
2
3
4
5
6
[C] [B]
[A]
[B] [A]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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Video - Audio lock
Purpose
An input source can be locked to an audio input.
How to lock input source to an audio source ?
1
2
3
4
5
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight the first input source (menu 1).
Press ENTER to scroll the associated audio input between [A], [B] or [C].
Push the cursor key ç or è to highlight another input source.
Press ENTER to scroll between [A], [B] or [C].
Continue for the other inputs in the same way.
AUDIO TUNING
VOLUME
BALANCE
TREBLE
MUTE [OFF]
FADE
MODE [STEREO]
VIDEO - AUDIO LOCK
2
3
4
5
6
[C] [B]
[A]
[B] [A]
1
[A]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Geometry
To start up the Geometry functions
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Geometry' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The geometry menu will be displayed (menu 2).
GEOMETRY
RANDOM ACCESS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
SHIFT
SIZE
SIDE KEYSTONE
BLANKING
ASPECT RATIO [5:4]
OPTIONS
FILE SERVICE
PICTURE TUNING
AUDIO TUNNING
GEOMETRY
SOFT EDGE
DEMO
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Which Geometry adjustments are possible ?
-
horizontal and vertical image shift.
horizontal and vertical image size
side keystone (only necessary if the projector is mounted at a non standard projection angle).
blanking
aspect ratio
options
How can an adjustment be adjusted ?
1
2
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Using the cursor key to adjust or
Entering the value with the digit keys. Therefore, press ENTER to select the indicated value and enter the desired value with
the digit keys. Press ENTER to confirm the entered value.
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Shift
What can be done ?
The image can be shifted in a horizontal or vertical direction.
To start up the shift action :
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Shift' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Push the cursor key é or ê to shift the image in a vertical direction. Push the cursor key ç or è to shift the image in a horizontal
direction.
The default value for the shift is 0.
Shifting in a vertical direction : when the shift value is positive, the image is shifted upwards, when the value is negative, the image
is shifted downwards.
Shifting in a horizontal direction : when the shift value is positive, the image is shifted to the right, when the value is negative, the image
is shifted to the left.
1
2
3
GEOMETRY
SHIFT
SIZE
SIDE KEYSTONE
BLANKING
ASPECT RATIO [5:4]
OPTIONS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Size
What can be done ?
The size can be adjusted in a vertical or horizontal way.
When adjusting the vertical size,
The upper side of the image is fixed (table and ceiling mounted configurations) and only the lower side can be moved to its exact
position.
When adjusting the horizontal size, the left side of the image is fixed and only the right side can be moved to its exact position.
To start up the size adjustment :
1
2
3
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Size' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Push the cursor key é or ê to size the image in a vertical direction. Push the cursor key ç or è to size the image in a horizontal
direction.
GEOMETRY
Fixed sides
SHIFT
SIZE
SIDE KEYSTONE
BLANKING
ASPECT RATIO [5:4]
OPTIONS
Horizontal size
adjustment
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Vertical size
adjustment
Example for table mount configuration
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Side Keystone
What can be done ?
The side keystone adjustment is used to align the image if the projector is mounted at a nonstandard projection angle.
Aligning the keystone
1
2
3
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Side Keystone' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Push the cursor key ç or è to adjust the keystone of the image.
When the upper part of the image is wider than the lower part of the image, push the cursor key ç. The number indication below
the bar scale will be negative.
When the upper part of the image is smaller than the lower part of the image, push the cursor key è. The number indication
below the bar scale will be positive.
GEOMETRY
SHIFT
SIZE
SIDE KEYSTONE
BLANKING
ASPECT RATIO [5:4]
OPTIONS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Blanking
What can be done ?
Blanking adjustments affect only the edges of the projected image and are used to frame the projected image on to the screen and
to hide or black out unwanted information (or noise). A '0' on the bar scale indicates no blanking.
Available Blanking Adjustments
-
top blanking
bottom blanking
left blanking
right blanking
Top blanking
Right blanking
Left blanking
Bottom blanking
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Adjusting the blanking.
1
2
3
4
5
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Blanking' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to display the blanking menu.
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight the desired blanking (menu 2)
Press ENTER to start up the chosen blanking.
Use the cursor keys to adjust the blanking.
GEOMETRY
BLANKING
SHIFT
SIZE
SIDE KEYSTONE
BLANKING
ASPECT RATIO [5:4]
OPTIONS
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
RESET
menu 2
menu 1
Adjustment of the blanking on the top of the image
BLANKING
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
Adjustment of the blanking on the bottom of the image
Correct by pushing the cursor key up or down
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Adjustment of the blanking on the left side
Adjustment of the blanking on the right side
Correct by pushing the cursor key to the right or to the left
Aspect Ratio [5:4]/[4:3]/[16:9]
Purpose
To force the projector in a typical aspect ratio. E.g. projecting a 4:3 image in a 16:9 aspect ratio.
How to setup the desired aspect ratio ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Aspect Ratio' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to scroll between [5:4] or [4:3] or [16:9].
GEOMETRY
SHIFT
SIZE
SIDE KEYSTONE
BLANKING
ASPECT RATIO [5:4]
OPTIONS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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Options
How to change the geometry options ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Options' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to display the Geometry options menu (menu 2).
GEOMETRY
GEOMETRY OPTIONS
SHIFT
SIZE
SIDE KEYSTONE
BLANKING
ASPECT RATIO [5:4]
OPTIONS
Use the same side
keystone correction
for all files ?
[YES]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
<ENTER> to toggle
<EXIT> to return
menu 1
menu 2
The next question will be asked by the projector :
'Use the same side keystone correction for all files ? [YES] or [NO].
[YES] : the same keystone correction will be used for all installed files.
[NO] : the keystone has to be adjusted file per file.
1
2
Push the ENTER key to toggle between [YES] or [NO].
Press EXIT to return to the Geometry menu.
Soft Edge
Optional
To start up the Soft Edge function
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Soft Edge' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The soft edge menu will be displayed (menu 2).
RANDOM ACCESS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
SOFT EDGE
TYPE
SIZE
FILE SERVICE
PICTURE TUNING
AUDIO TUNNING
GEOMETRY
SOFT EDGE
DEMO
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Which soft edge items are available ?
-
Type : area definition.
Size : width of a soft edge area.
Type
Purpose
To select the soft edge area on the screen.
How selecting the soft edge area ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Type' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The Type menu will be displayed (menu 2).
menu 1
7-20
SOFT EDGE
SOFT EDGE TYPE
TYPE
SIZE
NONE
LEFT
BOTH
RIGHT
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
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Random Access Adjustment Mode
Available soft edge types.
None : no soft edge area installed (image 1).
Left : soft edge on left side of the image (image 2).
Both : soft edge on both sides of the image (image 3).
Right : soft edge on right side of the image (image 4).
image 1
image 2
image 3
image 4
Size
Purpose
To change the width of the installed soft area.
How to set up the width ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Size' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
Use the cursor key ç or è to set up the desired soft edge area width.
Range : 1 to 20 (this value is an percentage of the complete image width).
SOFT EDGE
TYPE
SIZE
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Important Note :
"Black Color" in the Picture tuning menu can be used to match the black parts of the image center to that of the soft edge overlap
zones at the right and/or left side of the image.
Demo
Purpose
To have a demonstration of the settings.
Available image processing features
- Split Screen on/off.
How to start up the Demo ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Demo' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The Demo menu will be displayed (menu 2).
RANDOM ACCESS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
DEMO
SPLIT SCREEN : ON
FILE SERVICE
PICTURE TUNING
AUDIO TUNNING
GEOMETRY
SOFT EDGE
DEMO
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
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Random Access Adjustment Mode
Split Screen
Purpose
To have a demonstration of the image settings such as : sharpness, de-interlacing, color depth and TMR (true motion reproduction).
How to start up ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Split Screen' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to toggle between on and off.
When on : the screen will split in the middle. One half will stay as the settings are and the other half will change while changing
the settings.
DEMO
SPLIT SCREEN : ON
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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Installation Mode
8
INSTALLATION MODE
Installation Mode
Start Up
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Installation Mode' and then press ENTER.
ADJUSTMENT MODE
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select a path from below :
RANDOM ACCESS
INSTALLATION
SERVICE
Source 01
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 2
The following item can be selected in the Installation mode :
Input slots : to set up the input priority.
800 Peripheral : to select the type of output module used in the RCVDS05 and the type of communication code, PPM or RC05.
Configuration : to set up the projector position.
OSD color : to change the color of the highlighted item.
Internal Patterns
No Signal : background color can be black or blue.
Lens : to adjust the lens
Menu Position : to force the menu in the middle of the screen.
Quick Access Keys : function keys for direct access.
Input Slots
What can be done ?
The input configuration of the variable inputs is shown in the input slots menu.
To view or to change the input configuration :
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Input Slots'.
Press ENTER to select.
The internal system will scan the input slots and displays the result in the Input slots menu.
The black indicated inputs are selectable and changeable. The gray indicated inputs are fix inputs and are not changeable.
The indication in front of the digit means :
x : valid signal connected to the input.
- : no valid signal connected to the input.
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
INPUT SLOTS
SLOT SELECTOR [Automatic]
x
-
1. RGB-SS [CV or HS&VS]
2. RGB-SS [CV or HS&VS]
3. VIDEO
4. S-VIDEO
5. DIGITAL INPUT
6. IEEE 1394
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
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Installation Mode
Possible results for the input slots :
Source
indication
Video or S-Video
Video
S-Video
RGB analog
RGB-CV : separate sync is composite video signal on H/C input
RGB-HS&VS : separate sync is horizontal and vertical sync
RGB-CS : separate sync is composite sync
RGB-SOG : sync on green
Component video
Component Video
What if a switcher is connected to the projector ?
If a RCVDS (switched on) or VS05 is connected to the projector, it will be also indicated on the menu by adding +800 peripheral. If
no 800 peripheral indication is made on the menu, there are still two possibilities :
- no RCVDS or VS05 connected or
- RCVDS is switched off.
When a 800 peripheral is connected to the projector, the input slots are not accessible with the cursor key to toggle their function.
800 Peripheral
What can be installed ?
- The type of output module in a RCVDS05.
- The type of communication protocol.
Defining the Output module of the RCVDS05
When a RCVDS05 is connected to the projector, the type of output module of this RCVDS05 has to be defined in the 800 peripheral
menu.
The type of output module can be :
- standard output module or
- 5 cable output module.
To define the output module :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight '800 Peripheral' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER to select.
3 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Output module' (menu 2).
4 Press ENTER to toggle between 'Standard' or '5-cable'.
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
800 PERIPHERAL
OUTPUT MODULE [STANDARD]
INFRARED [PPM]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Defining the Infrared Communication protocol
When a peripheral is connected to the 'Comm Port', the communication can be in PPM or RC5.
The type of communication can be set to :
- PPM
- RC5
To define the communication :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Infrared' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER to select.
3. Press ENTER to toggle between [PPM] or [RC5].
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
8-2
800 PERIPHERAL
OUTPUT MODULE [STANDARD]
INFRARED [PPM]
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
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Installation Mode
Configuration
What can be done ?
The way of physical installation of the projector can be defined to the projector.
The following installation configurations are possible :
- front/table
- front/ceiling
- rear/ceiling
- rear/table
Set up the Correct Configuration
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Configuration' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The Configuration menu will be displayed.
For more information, see Projector configuration in chapter 3 : 'Installation Guidelines'.
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
OSD color (On-Screen Display)
What can be done ?
The highlighted items on the menus can be displayed in red, green or yellow.
How to change this color setting ?
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'OSD color'.
Press ENTER to select.
The OSD color menu will be displayed.
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight a color.
Press ENTER to select.
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
OSD COLOR
HIGHLIGHTED ITEM
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Internal Patterns
What can be done with these internal patterns ?
The projector is equipped with different internal patterns which can be used for measurment purposes.
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Installation Mode
How to select an internal pattern ?
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Internal Patterns' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The internal pattern menu will be displayed (menu 2).
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight the Internal Patterns.
Press ENTER to display the select internal pattern.
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
INTERNAL PATTERNS
OUTLINE
HATCH
COLOR BARS
MULTIBURST
CHECKER BOARD
PAGE CHAR
ALPHA_NUMERIC CHAR
CHARACTER SETS
BACKGROUNDS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
Available patterns
Outline
Hatch
Color Bars
Multiburst
Checker Board
Page Characters
Alpha-numeric characters
Character Sets
Backgrounds
No Signal
What will happen ?
If there is no signal connect to the projector,
- the background color can be black or blue and
- the projector can shutdown after a certain time.
Changing the background color
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'No signal'.
Press ENTER to select.
The 'No Signal' menu will be displayed.
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Color'.
Press ENTER to toggle between [blue] or [black].
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
NO SIGNAL
COLOR [Blue]
SHUTDOWN [Off]
Shutdown time : 5 min
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Changing the shutdown setting
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'No signal'.
Press ENTER to select.
The 'No Signal' menu will be displayed.
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Shutdown'.
Press ENTER to toggle between [On] or [Off].
NO SIGNAL
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
8-4
COLOR [Blue]
SHUTDOWN [Off]
Shutdown time : 5 min
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
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Installation Mode
Changing the Shutdown Time
The shutdown time can be set between 5 min and 60 min.
To set up the shutdown time, handle as follow :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'No signal' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER to select.
3 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Shutdown time' (menu 2).
4 Push the cursor key é or ê to change the digits or
Enter the digits directly with the digits keys on the RCU.
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
NO SIGNAL
COLOR [Blue]
SHUTDOWN [Off]
Shutdown time : 5 min
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Quick Access Keys
What can be done ?
The function keys on top of the RCU can be associated with an adjustment item in one of the adjustment menus.
Each item which is not password protected or does not have a key on the RCU can associated to a function key.
Getting an overview
The menu Quick Access keys gives an overview of the actual programmed functions.
To get an overview, handle as follow :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Quick Access Keys' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER to select.
The Quick Access Keys menu will be displayed (menu 2).
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
LENS
MENU POSITION
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
F1 : COLOR DEPTH
F2 : DIMMING
F3 : CONFIGURATION
F4 : GAMMA
F5 : COLOR TEMPERATURE
Note :
'?' : auto image adjust
'*' : lens adjustments
menu 2
Factory preprogrammed keys
F1 : color depth
F2 : dimming
F3 : configuration
F4 : gamma
F5 : color temperature
How to program the quick access keys (function keys) :
1
2
Scroll through the menus until the desired menu is active
Push the desired function key for 3 seconds.
The message 'Quick access to this menu with Fx', where x is the digit of the selected function key.
If the selected menu is not a valid menu for the quick access keys the next message will be displayed : "Quick access to this menu
impossible".
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Installation Mode
Lens Adjustments
What can be done ?
All lens adjustments are motorized and can be adjusted with the RCU.
The following items can be adjusted:
- Zoom/Focus
- Shift
To adjust all lens functions such as zoom, focus and shift, handle as follow :
1 Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Lens' (menu 1).
2 Press ENTER to select.
The Adjustment pattern will be displayed.
With the TEXT key it is possible to toggle between the internal adjustment pattern or the connected source.
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
LENS
MENU POSITION
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Zoom/Focus/Shift
The Zoom/Focus function is only applied when a motorised zoom lens is mounted.
To focus or zoom the image :
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to zoom and ç or è to focus the image (menu 1).
When finished, press EXIT to return to the installation menu or press ENTER to go to the shift function.
To shift the image :
1
2
3
Press ENTER to switch to the shift menu
Push the cursor key é or ê to shift the image up or down and ç or è to shift the image left or right (menu 2).
When finished, press EXIT to return to the shift menu or press ENTER to go to the zoom/focus function.
The lens can be shifted in a range of :
- vertical direction : - 2 mm to + 20 mm
- horizontal direction : - 5 mm to + 5 mm
Zoom/Focus
Change with é,ê,ç,è
<ENTER> to Shift
<EXIT> to return
menu 1
8-6
Shift
Change with é,ê,ç,è
<ENTER> to Zoom/Focus
<EXIT> to return
menu 2
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Installation Mode
Menu Position
What can be done ?
Menu position can be in the 'Edge' mode where some of the menus will be positionded near the corners of the image, or in the 'Center'
mode where all menus will be centered on the image.
How to change the setting ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Menu Position' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to toggle between Center and Edges
INSTALLATION
INPUT SLOTS
800 PERIPHERALS
CONFIGURATION
OSD COLOR
INTERNAL PATTERNS
NO SIGNAL
LENS
MENU POSITION
QUICK ACCESS KEYS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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Installation Mode
8-8
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Service Mode
9
SERVICE MODE
Service Mode
Start Up
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Service' and then press ENTER.
Some items in the Service mode are password protected (when the password function is active). Enter the password to continue.
All other password protected items are now available if you stay in the adjustment mode.
ADJUSTMENT MODE
SERVICE
SERVICE
Select a path from below :
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
DIMMING
COMMON ADDRESS : 0
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
BARCO LOGO
PANEL ADJUSTMENTS
UNIFORMITY
RESET INPUT BALANCE
I2C DIAGNOSIS
RANDOM ACCESS
INSTALLATION
SERVICE
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 2
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 3
Built-up of the service mode.
The service menu is built-up in two parts which are connected together with the 'more' item.
If the desired item is not in the list of the displayed menu, select 'more' with the cursor key and push ENTER to display the other items
in the service menu.
SERVICE
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
DIMMING
COMMON ADDRESS : 0
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
TITLE PAGE
SIM OPTIONS
Enter new password
0000
ENGLISH
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUN TIME
Projector address : 1
230400
115200
57600
38400
19200
9600
4800
1200
Select with é or ê
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
Enter the
serial number
of the new lamp
0000000
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
SERVICE
BARCO LOGO
PANEL ADJUSTMENTS
UNIFORMITY
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
I2C DIAGNOSIS
Common address (RC5) : 0
Common address (PPM) : 0
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with è or ç
Reprogram with é or ê
or numeric keys
<ENTER> to confirm
<EXIT> to return
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
DIMMING
Serial No
Runtime
----------------------------------------------------> 0111121
600 h
0110031
990 h
0110010
1000 h
0000000
0h
0000000
0h
0000000
0h
0000000
0h
----------------------------------------------------<EXIT> to return
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Service Mode
SERVICE
PANEL ADJUSTMENT
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
UNIFORMITY
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTINE HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE...
Select the
color temperature
WHITE BALANCE
BLACK BALANCE
PROJECTOR WHITE
6500
DEFAULT
ADJUST GRAY
ADJUST WHITE
ADJUST BLACK
PURITY
DEFAULT
INITIALIZE B/W
Select with é or ê
then press ENTER
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
SERVICE
BARCO LOGO
BARCO LOGO
PANEL ADJUSTMENTS
UNIFORMITY
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
I2C DIAGNOSIS
STATUS : [ON]
BACKGROUND : [ON]
SHIFT
HOT KEY : [TEXT]
MORE...
Select with é or ê
<ENTER> to toggle/select
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
I2C DIAGNOSIS
DECODER
INPUT SELECT
AUDIO
MOTOR DRIVER
LAMP DRIVER
LCD DRIVER
LCD DRIVER
LCD DRIVER
LCD DRIVER
12H
16H
18H
74H
78H
C0H
C4H
C8H
CCH
DCA
###
###
###
###
###
###
###
###
###
Identification
What can be seen ?
The identification is split up in two different items, title page and Sim options.
The Title page shows the general information of the projector.
The Sim options shows the status of the options.
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Identification' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to display the Identification menu (menu 2).
SERVICE
IDENTIFICATION
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTINE HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE...
TITLE PAGE
SIM OPTIONS
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 2
Available items
Title page
Sim options
Title Page
What will be indicated on the title page ?
The following indication are given on the title page :
- type of projector
- projector address
- software version
- installation configuration
- baud rate
- text ON
- projector serial number
- projector run time
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Service Mode
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Title Page' (menu 1).
Press Enter to select.
The Title page will be displayed.
BARCO
REALITY SIM6
IDENTIFICATION
TITLE PAGE
SIM OPTIONS
Proj. address : 001
Soft. version : 1.0
Config : front/
ceiling
Baudrate PC : 9600
text : ON
Serial no.: 1010200
Run time : 100 h
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Available items
-
-
type of projector : BARCOREALITY SIM6
software version
Proj. Address : to change the address of the projector, see Change Projector Address in this chapter.
Installation : possible installations :
* Front/Ceiling
* Front/Table
* Rear/Ceiling
* Rear/Table
To change the installation configuration follow the instructions in chapter Installation Guidelines.
Baud rate : transfer speed for communication with an IBM PC (or compatible) or MAC. The baud rate of the projector must be
the same as the baud rate of the connected computer. When there is a difference, consult 'Change Baudrate PC' in this chapter.
Projector Run Time : gives the total run time since the first start up. All projectors leave the factory with a run time of approximately
24 hours.
Projector Serial number : indicates the fabrication number of the projector. This number can be useful when calling for technical
assistance.
SIM Options
What will be indicate ?
This menu will indicate if the SIM options are installed or not.
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'SIM Options' (menu 1).
Press Enter to select.
The SIM options screen will be displayed (menu 2).
IDENTIFICATION
SIM OPTIONS
TITLE PAGE
SIM OPTIONS
SOFT EDGE: ON
TDR : ON
TMR : ON
UNIFORMITY : ON
MOT. DIMMING : ON
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
Available SIM options
-
Soft Edge
TDR : transportation delay reduction
TMR : true motion reproduction
Uniformity
Motorized Dimming
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Service Mode
Change Password
How to enable or disable the password function ?
This item is password protected when the password strap is installed.
The password function is enabled when the password strap on the controller module is installed. Consult an authorised Barco service
technician to change the strap position.
How to change the password ?
1
2
3
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Change password' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to display the Change Password menu (menu 2).
The old password is displayed and can be changed by entering the digit with the numeric keys of the RCU or local keypad.
Press ENTER to save the new entered password.
Press EXIT if no changes have to be made.
SERVICE
CHANGE PASSWORD
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE...
Enter new password
0000
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
Change Language
Start Up
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Change Language' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to display the Change Language menu (menu 2).
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight the desired language.
Press ENTER to change the language.
Available languages : English
SERVICE
CHANGE LANGUAGE
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTINE HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE ...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
English
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
Change Projector Address
What can be changed ?
Within the 'Change Projector Address' item, the follow items can be changed :
- Projector address
- Common address
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Service Mode
Start up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Change Projector Address'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The Change Projector Address menu will be displayed.
SERVICE
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTINE HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE ...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
Projector address : 1
Common address (RC5) : 0
Common address (PPM) : 0
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
Projector Address
How to change that address ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Projector Address'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The actual address is filled in.
The first digit is highlighted.
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
Projector address : 1
Common address (RC5) : 0
Common address (PPM) : 0
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Entering the new projector address
-
with the digit keys on the RCU or the local keypad or
push the cursor key ç or è to select a digit and change the value by pushing the cursor key é or ê until the new value is reached.
Continue with the other digits on the same way.
Common Address
How to change that common address ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight the active 'Common Address'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
Projector address : 1
Common address (RC5) : 0
Common address (PPM) : 0
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
Entering the new common address
Only addresses between 0 and 1 are valid.
- with the digit keys on the RCU or the local keypad or
- pushing the cursor key é or ê until the new value is reached.
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Service Mode
Change Baudrate PC
Start Up
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Change Baudrate PC'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to display the Change Baudrate PC menu. The actual baudrate will be highlighed.
The following baud rates are available :
230400/115200/57600/38400/19200/9600/4800/1200
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight the desired baudrate.
Press ENTER to select.
SERVICE
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE...
230400
115200
57600
38400
19200
9600
4800
1200
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 1
Reset Lamp Runtime
When is it allowed ?
Reset lamp run time is only allowed when a new lamp is installed.
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Reset Lamp Run Time'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER.
The following warning will be displayed (menu 2):
Risk of electrical shock. Reset lamp run time is reserved to qualified service personnel.
If you are not qualified, press EXIT to cancel the reset operation.
SERVICE
WARNING
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE...
----------------------------------------------------RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
______________________________________________________________
RESET LAMP RUN TIME
is reserved to
qualified
service personnel
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
Lamp Run Time History
What can be done ?
Getting an overview of the different lamp run times
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Service Mode
Start Up
1
2
3
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Lamp Run Time History' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to display the Lamp Run Time overview (menu 2).
A listing with the lamp serial number and the corresponding run time will be displayed.
The actual installed lamp will be marked.
Press EXIT to return to the service mode selection menu.
SERVICE
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE...
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
Serial No
Runtime
----------------------------------------------------> 0111121
600 h
0110031
980 h
0110010
1000 h
0000000
0h
0000000
0h
0000000
0h
-----------------------------------------------------
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
<ENTER> for detail
<EXIT> to return
menu 1
menu 1
Dimming
What can be done ?
The lamp can be dimmed via the lamp dimming feature or via the optional motorized dimming.
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Dimming' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The dimming menu will be displayed (menu 2).
SERVICE
DIMMING
IDENTIFICATION
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE LANGUAGE
CHANGE PROJ. ADDRESS
CHANGE BAUDRATE PC
RESET LAMP RUNTIME
LAMP RUNTIME HISTORY
DIMMING
MORE...
LAMP DIMMING
MOTORIZED DIMMING
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
menu 2
Lamp Dimming
Start Up
1
2
3
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Lamp Dimming' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to start up the lamp dimming.
Push the cursor key ç or è to dim the lamp.
Remark : The projector starts always with full lamp power.
DIMMING
LAMP DIMMING
MOTORIZED DIMMING
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
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Service Mode
Motorized Dimming
Optional
Start Up
1
2
3
4
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Motorized Dimming' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to start up the motorized dimming.
Use the cursor keys to change the dimming factor or
Press ENTER and type in a dimming factor with the digit keys on the RCU and press ENTER again.
Range 3..100
Default : 100
DIMMING
LAMP DIMMING
MOTORIZED DIMMING
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
BARCO logo
What can be done ?
The BARCO logo can be added to the image, in overlay or on a background, on any place on the screen.
How to add the BARCO logo or to change a setting ?
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'BARCO logo'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The BARCO logo menu will be displayed (menu 2) . The actual settings will be displayed.
Within this menu, three toggle settings and a shift control are available.
SERVICE
BARCO LOGO
BARCO LOGO
PANEL ADJUSTMENTS
UNIFORMITY
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
I2C DIAGNOSIS
STATUS : [ON]
BACKGROUND : [ON]
SHIFT
HOT KEY : [TEXT]
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
Available settings
STATUS [ON/OFF]
ON : BARCO logo will be displayed on the screen.
OFF : No BARCO logo displayed on the screen.
BACKGROUND [ON/OFF]
ON : BARCO logo will be displayed on a black background.
OFF : BARCO logo will be displayed without any background.
SHIFT
By pushing the cursor key é, ê, ç or è, the BARCO logo can be positioned anywhere on the screen.
HOT KEY [TEXT/OFF]
OFF : no key on the RCU is used to display the BARCO logo.
TEXT : the TEXT key on the RCU is used to display or to remove the BARCO logo with one single push on this key (only
in operational mode).
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Service Mode
Panel Adjustments
Warning
Changing these settings may seriously affect the performance of the projector.
All panel adjustments are factory adjusted. If not really necessary, do not touch any of these adjustments. They are useful when
a new panel is installed.
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight 'Panel Adjustments'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The following warning will be displayed :
Panel Adjustments is reserved to qualified service personnel.
If you are not qualified, press EXIT to cancel the panel adjustments.
SERVICE
BARCO LOGO
PANEL ADJUSTMENTS
UNIFORMITY
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
I2C DIAGNOSIS
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
WARNING
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
is reserved to
qualified
service personnel
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
Uniformity
Warning
Changing these settings may seriously affect the performance of the projector.
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight "Uniformity'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The following warning will be displayed :
Uniformity is reserved to qualified service personnel.
If you are not qualified, press EXIT to cancel the uniformity.
SERVICE
WARNING
BARCO LOGO
PANEL ADJUSTMENTS
UNIFORMITY
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
I2C DIAGNOSIS
UNIFORMITY
is reserved to
qualified
service personnel
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
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Service Mode
Preset Input Balance
Warning
Changing these settings may seriously affect the performance of the projector.
Start Up
1
2
Push the cursor key é or ê to highlight "Preset Input Balance'' (menu 1).
Press ENTER to select.
The following warning will be displayed :
Preset Input Balance is reserved to qualified service personnel.
If you are not qualified, press EXIT to cancel the preset input balance.
SERVICE
WARNING
BARCO LOGO
PANEL ADJUSTMENTS
UNIFORMITY
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
I2C DIAGNOSIS
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
is reserved to
qualified
service personnel
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
menu 2
menu 1
I2C diagnosis.
What can be done ?
Gives an overview of the correct working of the I²C controlled IC's.
I2C DIAGNOSIS
SERVICE
BARCO LOGO
PANEL ADJUSTMENTS
UNIFORMITY
PRESET INPUT BALANCE
I2C DIAGNOSIS
MORE...
Select with é or ê
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
menu 1
9-10
DECODER
INPUT SELECT
AUDIO
MOTOR DRIVER
LAMP DRIVER
LCD DRIVER
LCD DRIVER
LCD DRIVER
LCD DRIVER
12H
16H
18H
74H
78H
C0H
C4H
C8H
CHH
DCA
###
###
###
###
###
###
###
###
###
<EXIT> TO RETURN
menu 2
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Appendix A : Standard Source Set Up Files
A
STANDARD SOURCE SET UP FILES
name
resolution
Fvert
Hz
1600_48V
1600 X 600i
1600_60V
Fhor
kHz
pact
ltot
lact
48,040 62,500 135,000 2160
1600
651
600
1600 X 1200
60,000 75,000 162,000 2160
1600
1250
1200
1600_65V
1600 X 1200
65,000 81,250 175,500 2160
1600
1250
1200
1600_70V
1600 X 1200
70,000 87,500 189,000 2160
1600
1250
1200
8514_a
1024 x 384i
43,479 35,522 44,900 1264
1024
409
384
FHOR kHz : horizontal frequency of the
source.
cga
640 x 200
59,924 15,700 14,318 912
640
262
200
FPIX MHz : pixel frequency
compusc4
1024 x 480i
29,945 30,694 39,779 1296
1024
512
480
PTOT : total pixels on one horizontal line
ed
735 x 480
59,943 31,470 28,638 910
735
525
480
PACT : active pixels on one horizontal line
ega
640 x 350
59,702 21,851 16,257 744
640
366
350
LTOT : total lines in one field
ews_50
1280 x 1024
50,000 52,350 87,948 1680
1280
1047
1024
LACT : active lines in one field
ews_60
1280 x 1024
60,000 63,900 107,352 1680
1280
1065
1024
ews_60v
1280 x 1024
60,282 63,657 110,000 1728
1280
1056
1024
ews_72
1280 x 1024
72,000 76,968 130,076 1690
1280
1069
1024
ews_75
1280 x 1024
75,025 79,976 135,000 1688
1280
1066
1024
ews_85
1024 x 1280
85,024 91,146 157,500 1728
1280
1072
1024
ews_100
1024 x 1280
100,139 107,350185,5
1280
1072
1024
fmr
640 x 400i
42,323 36,440 28,570 784
640
431
400
fmto_2
640 x 400
55,370 24,370 21,056 864
640
440
400
HD_1080i(*)
1920 x 540i
30,000 33,750 74,250 2200
1920
562
540
hd720p(*)
1280 x 720
60,000 45,000 74,250 1650
1200
750
720
hdmac(*)
1252 x 570i
25,020 31,250 39,125 1252
1024
625
570
inter_gr
1184 x 886
67,170 61,796 92,941 1504
1184
920
886
mac_2
640 x 480
66,667 35,000 30,240 864
640
525
480
mac_3
512 x 384
60,147 24,480 15,667 640
512
407
384
mac_4
560 x 384
60,147 24,480 17,234 704
560
407
384
mac_5
512 x 342
60,158 22,259 15,670 704
512
370
342
mac_6
832 x 624
74,546 49,722 57,280 1152
832
667
624
MAC_7
1024 x 768
74,907 60,150 80,000 1330
1024
803
768
mac_lc
640 x 480
66,619 34,975 31,338 896
640
525
480
mac_por
640 x 870
74,996 68,846 57,280 832
640
918
870
muse(*)
1172 x 518i
30,000 33,750 37,125 1172
1024
563
518
mxga_60
1152 x 864
60,000 54,540 79,410 1456
1152
909
864
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Fpix
MHz
ptot
1728
Name : name of file, contains the settings
Resolution : image resolution, when followed by ...I means interlaced.
FVERT Hz : vertical frame frequency of
the source
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Appendix A : Standard Source Set Up Files
A-2
name
resolution
Fvert
Hz
mxga_70
1152 x 864
mxga_75
Fhor
kHz
Fpix
MHz
ptot
pact
ltot
lact
70,012 63,851 94,500 1480
1152
912
864
1152 x 864
75,000 67,500 108,000 1600
1152
900
864
mxga_80
1152 x 864
80,000 76,640 110,362 1440
1152
958
864
mxga_85
1152 x 864
84,999 77,094 121,500 1576
1152
907
864
mxga_100
1152 x 864
100,000 93,000 145,824 1568
1152
930
864
Video525(*)
1302 x 239i
29,970 15,734 32,207 1302
1024
263
239
Video625(*)
1024 x 278i
25,000 15,625 31,984 1310
1024
313
278
pam500
640 x 400
60,000 26,400 22,810 864
640
440
400
pam800
1120 x 375i
44,936 36,443 50,000 1372
1120
406
375
pc98_1
640 x 400
56,416 24,823 21,050 848
640
440
400
pc98_2
1120 x 375i
39,994 32,835 47,840 1457
1120
411
375
pc98_3
1120 x 750
60,000 50,000 78,569 1571
1120
833
750
s1152_66
1152 x 900
66,004 61,846 94,500 1528
1152
937
900
s1152_76
1152 x 900
76,637 71,809 108,000 1504
1152
937
900
SDI_625(*)
675 x 2781
25,000 15,625 13,500 864
720
313
278
SDI_525(*)
675 x 2401
29,970 15,734 13,500 858
720
263
240
sg_50
1600 x 1200
50,000 62,500 130,313 2085
1600
1250 1200
sg_60_1
1280 x 1024
60,000 63.900 107,352 1680
1280
1065 1024
sg_60_2
1024 x 768
60,000 48.780 64,390 1320
1024
813
768
sg_60_3
960 x 680
60,000 43,200 54,432 1260
960
720
680
sg_60_4
1600 x 1200
60,000 75,000 156,375 2085
1600
1250 1200
sunews67
1280 x 1024
67,189 71,691 117,000 1632
1280
1067 1024
sunews76
1280 x 1024
76,107 81,130 135,000 1664
1280
1066 1024
sunxga60
1024 x 768
59,984 48,287 64,125 1328
1024
805
768
sunxga70
1024 x 768
70,041 56,596 74,250 1312
1024
808
768
sunxga77
1024 x 768
77,069 62,040 84,375 1360
1024
805
768
sup_mac
1024 x 768
60,000 48,780 63,999 1312
1024
813
768
svga_56v
800 x 600
56,250 35,156 36,000 1024
800
625
600
svga_60v
800 x 600
60,317 37,879 40,000 1056
800
628
600
svga_72v
800 x 600
72,084 48,080 50,003 1040
800
667
600
svga_75
800 x 600
75,000 46,875 49,500 1056
800
625
600
svga_85
800 x 600
85,061 53,674 56,250 1048
800
631
600
svga_100
800 x 600
100,27662,973 66,500 1056
800
628
600
vga_72v
640 x 480
72,800 37,856 31,496 832
640
520
480
vga_75
640 x 480
75,000 37,500 31,500 840
640
500
480
vga_85
640 x 480
85,008 43,269 36,000 832
640
509
480
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Appendix A : Standard Source Set Up Files
name
resolution
Fvert
Hz
vga_100
640 x 480
vga_gr
pact
ltot
lact
100,000 52,500 44,520 848
640
525
480
640 x 480
59,941 31,469 25,175 800
640
525
480
vga_txt
720 x 400
70,087 31,469 28,322 900
720
449
400
vga75iso
640 x 480
75,000 39,375 31,500 800
640
525
480
xga_60
1024 x 768
60,000 48,360 64,996 1344
1024
806
768
xga_70
1024 x 768
70,000 57,050 78,044 1368
1024
815
768
xga_70v
1024 x 768
69,705 56,182 74,610 1328
1024
806
768
xga_72
1024 x 768
71,955 58,140 80,000 1376
1024
808
768
xga_75
1024 x 768
75,781 61,080 86,000 1408
1024
806
768
xga75_gs
1024 x 768
74,534 59,701 79,284 1328
1024
801
768
xga_85
1024 x 768
84,997 68,677 94,500 1376
1024
808
768
xga_100
1024 x 768
100,000 80,800 110,534 1368
1024
808
768
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Fhor
kHz
Fpix
MHz
ptot
A-3
Appendix A : Standard Source Set Up Files
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Source Numbers 80 - 89 and 90 - 99
B
SOURCE NUMBERS 81 - 86 AND 91 - 96
Projector without any 800 peripheral connected.
The source numbers 81 - 86 and 91 - 96 do not correspond to physical inputs. An additional adjustment file can be created for these
source numbers. This file can contain different settings. The relationship between sources 1 - 6 and 91 - 96 or between 1 - 6 and
81 - 86 is shown in the diagram below.
source input 1
source input 2
file A
file A'
file A''
source number 2
source number 82
source number 92
file B
file B'
file B''
source number 3
source number 83
source number 93
file C
file C'
file C''
○
○
source input 3
source number 1
source number 81
source number 91
source input 6
source number 6
source number 86
source number 96
file F
file F'
file F''
Follow the steps below to create a second or a third file for sources 1 to 6 :
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select the source between 1 and 6.
Select the corresponding source number between 81 and 86 or 91 and 96 with the digit keys on the RCU.
Enter the adjustment mode and load a corresponding file. Edit this file if necessary.
Save the file and exit the adjustment mode.
Projector with a 800 peripheral connected.
Source numbers 91 - 99.
The source numbers 91 - 99 do not correspond to physical inputs. An additional adjustment file can be created
for these source numbers (source numbers of the 800 peripheral). This file can contain different settings.
The relationship between sources 1 - 9 of the 800 peripheral and 91 - 99 is shown in the diagram below.
source number 1
source number 91
file A
file A'
source input 2
source number 2
source number 92
file B
file B'
source input 3
source number 3
source number 93
file C
file C'
source input 9
source number 9
source number 99
○
○
source input 1
file I
file I'
Follow the same procedure as for a projector without a 800 peripheral connected.
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B-1
Source Numbers 80 - 89 and 90 - 99
Source numbers 81 - 86
Only valid if no input module is connected to slot 81 - 86 of a RCVDS05.
The source numbers 81 - 86 correspond to the physical inputs 1 - 6 of the projector.
e.g. When slot 1 of the projector has to be selected, key in source number 81.
The relationship between the sources of slot 1 - 6 of the projector with 800 peripheral is shown in the table below.
source
source
source
source
source
source
B-2
of
of
of
of
of
of
slot
slot
slot
slot
slot
slot
1
2
3
4
5
6
source
source
source
source
source
source
number
number
number
number
number
number
81
82
83
84
85
86
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