User`s manual | Barco 1280 Projector User Manual

Quick Reference
Button for Basic Operations
REVERSE button, NEGA and BLUE indicators
POWER indicator
For a negative image, press the button.
Each time you press the button, the display changes in the sequence:
Normal H Black & White Reversal (NEGA indicator lights) H Blue
display (BLUE indicator lights) H Normal, and so on.
It lights when the power is on.
BRIGHTNESS buttons
Press to adjust the brightness of
the screen.
Operation panel 2
MENU button
Press to turn the menu display on/off.
E-ZOOM button/indicator
Press the button to activate the electronic zoom function. The
indicator lights, and the image is enlarged 2 or 4 times. When
you press the button again, the function is deactivated, and the
indicator goes dark.
LIGHTS button/UPPER and LOWER
indicators
Press the button to light the fluorescent lamps.
Each time you press the button, the illumination
changes in the sequence: Upper lamps on
(UPPER indicator lights) H Lower lamps on
(LOWER indicator lights) H Both off, and so on.
POWER
switch
Operation panel 1
TONE button/indicator
Press the button to sharpen the image. The indicator lights.
When you press the button again, the TONE function is deactivated
and the indicator goes dark. Using the menu, fine adjustment in 5
steps can be made.
FOCUS 8 / 9 buttons
Press to focus on the document.
For automatic focusing, press both buttons simultaneously.
• These buttons are also used for menu operations from the operation
panel.
ZOOM W/T buttons
FREEZE button
Press to freeze the image on the screen when changing the
documents. When the Freeze function is active, the freeze mark
is displayed. Press again to release the Freeze function.
• The Freeze function is valid only for the monitor or projector
screen connected to the RGB connector of this unit.
• This button is also used for menu operations from the operation
panel.
To adjust the size of the image.
Press the ZOOM T button to enlarge the image.
Press the ZOOM W button to widen the area to be captured.
• These buttons are also used for menu operations from the operation
panel.
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Shooting a Document
1
Perform connections.
6
Connect a monitor or projector to the RGB connector on
Place the material on the
document stage.
the rear of this unit. For details, refer to page 13 of the
User’s Manual.
2
Top
Turn on the unit.
297 mm × 420
mm width wide
Press the POWER switch down to the  side.
210 mm × 297
mm upright
approx.
Bottom
POWER
7
Adjust the image size.
Press the ZOOM W or T button. When you hold the
button pressed, the image size changes continuously.
3
Turn on the monitor or projector.
For details, refer to the operation manual for the
connected equipment.
4
Perform the input selection on
the monitor or projector.
ZOOM
W
T
Set it so that the picture from this unit is displayed.
5
Turn on the lamps.
ZOOM W button
ZOOM T button
Press the LIGHTS button.
Press to widen the area
to be captured.
Press to enlarge the
image (max. 6 times).
Pressing the button switches the overhead lighting to
the lower built-in light.
L For opaque material
Use the overhead lighting.
L For transparent material
Use the built-in light under the document stage.
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Adjust the focus.
L Using the Freeze function
Press the FOCUS 8 and 9 buttons simultaneously. The
When changing the materials, you can eliminate
operator’s hands being seen on-screen.
focus is adjusted automatically.
1
For fine adjustment, lightly tap the FOCUS 8 or 9
Press the FREEZE button.
Press the button before removing the material. The
image will be frozen on the screen.
button until correct focus is obtained.
2
Change the material.
The original image stays on the screen.
3
Press the FREEZE button again.
The Freeze function is deactivated, and the image of the
new material appears on the screen.
L Using the Pen function
You can draw lines or circles using a mouse for smooth
presentations.
1
Display the PC Card menu.
Right-click on the area in the lower four-fifths of the screen.
FOCUS
AF
Red-Pen button
Green-Pen button
Blue-Pen button
9
Adjust the brightness.
2
Press the BRIGHTNESS + or – button.
Select the pen colour.
Left-click on the Red-, Green-, or Blue-Pen button.
The pointer changes to a pen icon of the selected colour.
3
The image
becomes dark.
BRIGHTNESS
–
+
The image
becomes bright.
Draw a line using the pen icon.
Drag the pen icon (move it while holding the left mouse
button pressed).
You can draw a
line on the screen as desired.
• The lines drawn with the Pen function will disappear when
another image on the PC card is displayed.
• To deactivate the Pen function, click the right mouse button.
• For details on PC cards, refer to pages 33 to 37 of the
User’s Manual.
L For a clear image
Press the TONE button.
The contrast of the image is emphasized, making the
image clear.
L Using the electronic zoom
Press the E-ZOOM button.
The electronic zoom function is activated, and the
E-ZOOM indicator lights.
The image size becomes two or four times that
adjusted with the ZOOM W/T buttons.
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Using Menus
Further detailed adjustments and settings can be made using the menus.
There are two methods for menu operations; using the operation panel and using a mouse.
The method using a mouse is discussed here.
Lights
Lights
Gain
1
Gain
WBset
Tone
Reverse
Color
Sharpness
WBset
Iris
A/M
Fit/
Over
Change
Pointer
Save to Save to
card
Server
SXGA
/XGA
Tone
Test
Reverse
arpness
Sharpness
Color
Iris
A/M
Fit/
Over
Display menus.
Right-click
on this area.
Screen of the connected monitor
or projector
Select the menu icon.
Move the pointer onto the menu icon to be selected.
The status (settings of the menu items, etc.) of the menu
is displayed beneath the icon.
3
Execute the selection.
Click the left mouse button.
You can now change setting values on the selected menu.
• For details on each menu setting, refer to pages 24 to 31
of the User’s Manual.
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Change
Pointer
Save to
Card
Save to
Server
SXGA
/XGA
Setup
Major menu icons
Right-click on the area in the upper one-fifth of the screen.
2
Iris
A/M
L Tone
To adjust the picture tone.
• Natural:
For ordinary documents
• Linear1:
To output an image as-is without
compensation
• Document: For documents with fine characters
• Linear2:
For glossy documents (the brightness will
be decreased.)
• Picture:
For photos and colour printed matters
L Sharpness
To adjust the image contours, which can be adjusted
in 6 steps.
L Iris A/M
To alternately select automatic and manual iris
adjustments for the camera. Normally select Auto.
• Auto Exp. ON:
To activate the Auto Iris function
• Auto Exp. OFF:
To deactivate the Auto Iris function
Use the BRIGHTNESS +/- buttons on the operation
panel 2 when adjusting the brightness.
L Save to Card
To save image data on a PC card.
Set “File Type” of “Timer ... Setting” of the Setup menu
in advance.
L SXGA/XGA
To switch the output mode.
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio Frequency Interference 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 in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
[ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
[ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
[ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
[ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved
by Barco Projection Systems may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Power supply
Contact us
immediately
[ This unit operates on 100 V to 240 V AC. Use only the power cable shipped with the
unit. Do NOT use another cable. Doing so may lead to fire or electric shock.
If the power cable is damaged or lost, ask your dealer for replacement.
[ Ground must be connected at the AC outlet. A leak can cause an electric shock.
(☞ p.17)
Connect ground
Handling the unit
[ Some parts inside the unit carry high voltage. Internal repairs must not be attempted
by the user.
Notice for customers in Canada
CAUTION
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment Regulations.
Do NOT make
repairs yourself
ATTENTION
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matérial brouilleur du Canada.
[ Should any object or liquid enter the unit, immediately turn off the power and consult
your dealer.
Notice for customers in European countries
ACHTUNG
Dieses Gerät entspricht den Bestimmungen der EG-Direktive 87/308/EEC zur Störungsunterdrückung.
Lärmemission kleiner 70 dBA.
Safety Precautions
Ask for repairs
immediately
Operate with care
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To ensure safe and correct usage, observe the following precautions:
• Before operating the BARCO PRECA 1280 i, read these Safety Precautions thoroughly to ensure safe and
proper operation of the unit.
• The precautions given here contain important instructions to ensure safe usage of the product. Be sure to
observe these precautions.
• KEEP THIS MANUAL HANDY FOR ANYONE WHO USES THE UNIT.
[ Do NOT block the ventilation holes of the unit. If they are blocked, heat will build up
and may cause fire.
Do NOT block the
ventilation holes
Operate with care
Set the POWER
switch to OFF
Examples of picture symbols
Do NOT make
repairs yourself
NEVER do it (symbol for prohibited action).
Do NOT make
repairs yourself
[ The unit has built-in fluorescent lamps in the base for transparent material. Do NOT
apply excessive force or shock. If the built-in fluorescent lamps are damaged, consult
your dealer. For repair, special devices are required. NEVER attempt repair by yourself.
[ Do NOT use the unit in a humid or dusty area. Such conditions may lead to fire or
malfunction.
Operate only in a
proper environment
[ When this unit is used for a long time, the bottom of the unit becomes hot. Do NOT
leave the unit on a heat-sensitive surface, such as a plastic sheet.
ALWAYS follow the instruction (symbol for required action).
Unplug power
plug from receptacle
Install only in a
proper environment
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[ The fluorescent lamps are hot while lit and soon after being turned off. NEVER touch
the lamps when hot. To replace or clean the lamps, wait at least 15 minutes for them
to sufficiently cool down. (☞ p.38)
[ Before replacing the fluorescent lamps, turn off the power to avoid electric shock.
(☞ p.38)
The symbols used in this manual have the meanings described below.
Failure to observe this instruction could lead to personal injury
and/or property damage.
[ When transporting the unit or when folding the camera head and light blocks, be
careful not to get your fingers or clothing caught between the camera head arm and
document stage. When extending or folding the arm, do not let go until it locks in
place. Otherwise, the arm may fall, pinching your hand or causing damage to the
camera block.
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Storage
[ If the unit will go unused for a prolonged period, ensure safety by disconnecting the
power plug.
Unplug power
plug from receptacle
For detailed information, see the pages shown in parentheses.
Main Unit
[ Store the unit in a place not subject to excessive humidity or dust.
Camera head (☞ pp.15, 16)
To shoot the document.
Store only in a proper
environment
[ For storage, place the unit horizontally and do NOT place anything on top of it.
Light arms (☞ pp.15, 16, 17, 19)
To light the document stage.
Camera arms (☞ pp.15, 16)
For holding the camera head.
Light arms (☞ pp.15, 16, 17, 19)
To light the document stage.
Do NOT place
anything on top
Use an appropriate
power supply
[ Use an AC power supply of 50/60 Hz and a voltage of from 100 V-240 V. The
appropriate power cable depends on the voltage in the area of use. Using the presentation camera with the wrong cable could result in fire, or electric shock.
Fluorescent lamp (☞ pp.12, 17, 38)
When using voltage in excess of AC 125 V:
Use a power cable in accordance with all safety standards of the country in
which it is used, and an AC 250 V plug with a 15 A rating (NEMA 6P-15), and
insulation of at least SVT type and more than AWG 18-inch thickness.
When using voltage of AC 125 or less:
Use a power cable in accordance with all safety standards of the country in
which it is used, an AC 125 V plug with a 10 A rating, and insulation of at least
SVT type and more than AWG 18-inch thickness.
Stopper
(☞ pp.15, 16)
To fix the
camera
arm in place.
Document stage (☞ p.19)
Place a document on the stage.
Fluorescent lamps are built in under the stage, and
are used for transparent documents.
Handle
Pull out for carrying the unit.
[Operation panel 1]
Ventilation holes
(☞ p.20)
FREEZE
FOCUS
ZOOM
W
T
AF
CARD MENU
FREEZE button
Press to freeze the image on the screen when changing
the documents. (☞ p.20)
Press again to release the freeze function.
Also used for menu operations from the operation panel.
(☞ pp.22, 34)
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MENU
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PC CARD slot/eject button
(☞ p.33)
Insert a PC card.
To eject the PC card, press the
button.
ZOOM W/T buttons
To adjust the size of the image. (☞ p.19)
Press the ZOOM T button to enlarge the image.
When you press the ZOOM W button, the area to be captured is
widened.
Also used for menu operations from the operation panel.
(☞ pp.22, 34)
FOCUS 8/9 buttons
Press to focus on the document. (☞ p.20)
For automatic focusing, press both FOCUS buttons simultaneously.
Also used for menu operations from the operation panel.
(☞ pp.22, 34)
Continue
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Continued
Main Unit
Connectors
REVERSE button/NEGA and BLUE indicators
For a negative image or display in blue, press the button.
Each time you press the button, the display changes in the sequence Normal → Black & White
Reversal (NEGA indicator lights) → Blue display (BLUE indicator lights) → Normal, and so on.
BRIGHTNESS button
Press to adjust the brightness of the screen. (☞ pp.20, 27)
MENU button (☞ p.22)
Press to turn the menu display on/off.
POWER indicator (☞ p.18)
It lights when the power is on.
[Operation panel 2]
MENU
E-ZOOM
REVERSE NEGA BLUE
TONE
HI
BRIGHTNESS
- +
LIGHTS UPPER LOWER
POWER
E-ZOOM button/indicator (☞ p.19)
Press the button to activate the electronic
zoom function. The indicator lights, and the
image is enlarged 2 or 4 times.
When you press the button again, the
function is deactivated, and the indicator
goes dark.
MOUSE
TONE button/indicator (☞ p.20)
Press the button to sharpen the image. The indicator lights.
When you press the button again, the TONE function is
deactivated and the indicator goes dark.
Using the menu, fine adjustment in 5 steps can be made.
(☞ p.25)
10Base-T
10Base-T connector (Ethernet)
(☞ p.14)
For Ethernet connection with a PC, etc.
MOUSE connector (☞ p.14)
Connect the supplied mouse.
Upper lamps on
(the UPPER indicator lights.)
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
RGB
AC power input connector
(☞ p.17)
Connect to an AC outlet using
the supplied power cable.
REMOTE connector
(RS-232C) (☞ p.14)
Connect to the RS-232C connector of a PC, etc.
LIGHTS button/UPPER and LOWER indicators
(☞ p.18)
Press the button to light the fluorescent lamps.
Each time you press the button, the illumination
changes in the sequence:
↓
REMOTE
RGB connector (D-sub 15-pin) (☞ p.13)
Connect to the D-sub 15-pin connector of a video
monitor, etc. using the supplied D-sub 15-pin cable.
S-video output connector (☞ p.13)
Connect to the S-video input of a projector, etc. using the
supplied S-video cable.
Video output connector (☞ p.13)
Connect to the video input of a TV receiver, etc. using the
supplied video cable.
↓
Lower lamps on
(the LOWER indicator lights.)
↓
Both off,
Caution
and so on.
POWER switch (☞ pp.13, 14, 18)
Used to turn the power on/off.
Operate
with care
[ Do NOT connect the public telephone line to the 10 Base-T connector.
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Safety Precautions ------------------------------------------------ 2
PARTS IDENTIFICATION ------------------------------------------ 5
INTRODUCTION --------------------------------------------------- 10
Features -------------------------------------------------------------- 10
Preparations
Operation
LShooting a Document --------------------------------------- 18
LCONNECTIONS ------------------------------------------------- 13
LUsing Menus ----------------------------------------------------- 21
Connecting a Projector and Monitor ------------------------- 13
Items to be Adjusted Using Menus --------------------------- 24
Connecting a PC/Ethernet ------------------------------------- 14
LConnecting to a Network --------------------------------- 32
Connecting the Mouse ------------------------------------------ 14
LUsing a PC Card ----------------------------------------------- 33
LPREPARATIONS ------------------------------------------------- 15
Using the PC Card Menu --------------------------------------- 34
Raising the Camera Head and Light Arms ----------------- 15
Displaying an Image from a File on a PC Card ----------- 35
To Fold the Camera Arm and Light Stands ----------------- 16
Items to be Operated on the PC Card Menu -------------- 36
Operation
LSTANDARD COMPONENTS -------------------------------- 12
Preparations
C O N T E N T S
Attaching the Fluorescent Lamps ------------------------------ 17
Connecting the Power Cord ----------------------------------- 17
Others
LMAINTENANCE ------------------------------------------------- 38
Cleaning the Main Unit ----------------------------------------- 38
Replacing the Fluorescent Lamps ----------------------------- 38
LTROUBLESHOOTING ------------------------------------------ 40
LINDEX --------------------------------------------------------------- 41
Others
Cleaning the Mouse Ball ---------------------------------------- 39
LSPECIFICATIONS ------------------------------------------------ 42
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INTRODUCTION
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Easy connection to a network (☞ pp.14, 32)
An Ethernet interface (10Base-T) is employed. This permits the Imager to be connected to an internet line as well as
LAN in a company.
Welcome to the world of BARCO PRECA 1280 i.
[ After reading this manual, keep it handy for anyone who uses the unit.
[ Upon purchase, be sure to check the descriptions on the warranty card and keep it for future reference.
The product number is important for safety assurance. Check the number on the unit itself and on the warranty card.
[ The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
Symbols used in this manual
Note
[ Note ] : Indicates an item to be noticed and checked.
[ One point ] : Indicates a helpful hint.
Features
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High picture quality (SXGA and XGA outputs) by RGB outputs
Signals captured by the 1,300,000-pixel CCD camera are separated into R, G, and B signals for output, thus
offering detailed and colorful images that make finer characters more legible than with conventional cameras.
Full-sized input of U.S. letter-sized widthwise or upright
sheets (☞ p.19)
When using a popular U.S. letter-sized sheet in the tall direction, you can capture a full-sized image. When placing
a sheet widthwise, the image can be captured up to double the width of U.S. letter size.
Writing/reading images to/from a PC card (☞ pp.28, 33-35)
Image data can be stored on PC cards and loaded at any time for smooth presentation.
Smooth capturing of moving objects
By capturing 15 frames per second, smooth images can be obtained even when shooting moving objects.
Variety of functions, including freeze and electronic zoom
(☞ pp.19, 20, 21-31, 36)
In addition to the freeze, white balance, auto focus, color compensation, gamma compensation, and image inversion functions, the electronic zoom function up to 4x is provided. In combination with the optical 6x zoom, 24x
zoom at maximum can be obtained.
Input of transparent materials (☞ p.18)
The unit is equipped with a special lighting device that enables easy capturing of transparent sheets.
Easy operation using a mouse (☞ pp.23, 34)
Operations can be executed by making selections from menus using a mouse.
Simultaneous use of NTSC and PAL on the submonitor and
operations from the submonitor (☞ p.21)
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STANDARD COMPONENTS
CONNECTIONS
STANDARD COMPONENTS
Connecting a Projector and Monitor
Check that the package contains the items listed below.
If any item is missing, immediately contact your dealer.
Before connection, be sure to turn the power to this unit and the device to be connected off.
Depending on the device to be connected, use the RGB connector, S-video connector, or video connector.
Connection via the RGB connector provides detailed and colorful images by RGB output.
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Preparations
Turn off the
power.
D-sub 15-pin cable ( ×1)
S-video cable ( ×1)
Rear of this unit
Video cable ( ×1)
S-VIDEO
Opreation
VIDEO
Using a screwdriver, tighten the screws of the
RGB connector.
RGB
Mouse ( ×1)
Screwdriver
The shape of the cable may vary depending on
the country of sale.
Fluorescent lamp ( ×2 ) (FPL13EX-N)
Manufactured by Matushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Video cable
(supplied)
Power cable ( ×2)
TV receiver
Dust cover ( ×1)
Projector
to the
15-pin connector
Monitor
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to the
S-video
input
D-sub 15-pin
cable (supplied)
Others
to the video
input
S-video cable
(supplied)
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CONNECTIONS
PREPARATIONS
Connecting a PC/Ethernet
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Raising the Camera Head and Light Arms
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Rear of this unit
While holding the stopper
pressed, raise the camera
arm until it stands vertically.
Grip the camera arm when raising the camera
head.
Do NOT raise the camera head by grasping it.
10Base-T
REMOTE
Stopper
Turn off the
power.
3
Adjust the position and angle
of the camera head.
1 Return the camera arm to
the shooting position (do
NOT press the stopper).
Preparations
Before connection, be sure to turn the power to this unit and the device to be connected off.
When connecting to a network, first consult the administrator of the network.
For information on network settings, see “Connecting to a Network”. (☞ p.32)
When connections are completed, perform the following preparations before shooting images.
When the camera arm is brought to the
shooting position, it locks in place.
Using a screwdriver, tighten the screws of the
REMOTE connector.
Raise it until it passes the
shooting position.
to the Ethernet
connector
2
to the RS-232C
connector
Screwdriver
2 Extend the camera arm.
When the camera arm is fully extended, it
locks in place.
Raise the light stands and
turn the fluorescent lamps
toward the document stage.
Opreation
Commercially
available RS-232C
cable
Commercially
available
Ethernet cable
Raise the left stand first.
Then, raise the right stand.
Note
PC
Note
[ Once you heard a clicking sound, do
NOT attempt to extend the arm any further. Doing so may damage the arm.
Connecting the Mouse
3 Turn the camera head to-
wards the document stage.
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Others
: Signal flow
[ The connection to the REMOTE connector is
required only when this unit is controlled with
RS-232C from a PC. For the RS-232C commands, consult your dealer.
Connect the mouse with the arrow mark of the mouse cable facing upward.
Mouse (supplied)
Do NOT forcibly rotate the
arms past their limits.
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PREPARATIONS
PREPARATIONS
Raising the Camera Head and
Light Arms
Continued
4
Remove the cap from the
camera.
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Reverse the procedure of “Raising the camera arm and
light stands”. (☞ p.15)
1
Align the camera head with
the camera arm.
2
Draw in the camera arm.
3
Attaching the Fluorescent Lamps
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Attach the supplied fluorescent lamps to the lamp holders on the light arms.
Check that the POWER switch is in the OFF position, and the power plug is disconnected from the AC outlet.
1
Insert the fluorescent lamp into the socket of the light stand.
2
While pressing the lamp towards the socket, fit it in the holder.
Socket
A clicking sound is heard.
If no clicking sound is heard,
press the holder with your fingers.
While holding the stopper
pressed, raise the camera
arm until it stands vertically.
4
5
Fold the light stands with the fluorescent lamps
facing the document stage.
Fold the right stand first.
Then, fold the left stand.
While holding the stopper
pressed, fold the camera
arm until a clicking sound is
heard.
Note
[ Be careful that the lamp will not be damaged by the holder.
[ Make sure that the lamp is firmly secured in the socket and holder.
Caution
Do NOT
force
[ When handling a fluorescent lamp, avoid excessive force. Otherwise, the lamp may break,
causing injury.
[ Keep holding the camera arm and light stands until the folding process is complete.
Caution
[ Do NOT apply excessive force to the camera arm and light stands. The unit may fall,
causing injury.
[ When operating (to raise or fold) the camera arm or light stands, be careful that your
hands and clothing are not caught by moving sections. This may cause injury.
[ Before use, confirm that the camera arm and camera head are locked in the shooting
position. If not, the camera arm may fall down, causing injury.
[ Do NOT lift the Imager by grasping the camera arm. Doing so may damage the Imager,
and it could lead to personal injury if the Imager falls.
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Connect the power cable after all other connections are completed.
First connect the cable to the AC input connector of this unit, next connect the ground wire, then connect it to an AC outlet.
The shape of the cable may vary
depending on the country of sale.
Power cable (supplied)
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Others
Connecting the Power Cord
Note
Operate
with care
When replacing the lamp, see “Replacing the fluorescent lamps”. (☞ p.38)
Opreation
Grip the camera arm when raising the camera
head.
Fold the light stands.
Preparations
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Shooting a Document
Shooting a Document
Shooting a Document
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1
Press the POWER switch to
turn the power on.
The POWER indicator lights.
Press the POWER switch down to the
side.
4
Press the LIGHTS button.
Each time you press the button, the illumination
changes as follows:
5
Place the material on the
document stage.
You can set the lights to turn on automatically when
the power is turned on (after a warmup period of
approx. 8 seconds). (☞ p.24)
297 mm ×
420 mm
widthwise
POWER
Document
stage
CARD MENU
MENU
[ The maximum size for opaque material is 297 mm in height and approx.
420 mm in width. Transparent material must fit within the area of the
document stage.
Note
LIGHTS
button
Turn on the connected equipment (monitor, etc.).
3
Perform the input selection
on the connected equipment
(monitor, etc.) so that the picture from this Imager is displayed.
6
(Only when using an opaque
document)
Adjust the direction of the
lighting.
Finely adjust it while observing the room lighting
conditions so that the image will be clearly displayed.
For details, refer to the operation manual for the
connected equipment.
ZOOM W button
ZOOM T button
Press to widen the
area to be captured.
Press to enlarge the
image (max. 6 times).
Note
[ When you press the E-ZOOM button,
the electronic zoom function is activated, and the E-ZOOM indicator
lights. The image size becomes two
or four times that adjusted with the
ZOOM W/T buttons.
Others
2
ZOOM
W
T
Note
Both off, and so on.
Operation
Base lighting on
(the LOWER indicator lights.)
LIGHTS UPPER LOWER
When you hold the ZOOM W or T button pressed,
the image size changes continuously.
210 mm ×
297 mm
upright
Overhead lighting on
(the UPPER indicator lights.)
[ When turning the power off then on
again, leave it off for at least 10 seconds before turning it back on.
7
Adjust the image size by
pressing the ZOOM W or T
button.
Preparations
This unit accepts both opaque (to be shot with overhead lighting) and transparent materials (such as films, to be shot
with base lighting).
For opaque material
Use the overhead lighting.
For transparent material
Use the built-in light under the document stage.
For details, refer to the operation manual for the
connected equipment.
The same operation can be performed
using the menu. (☞ p.24)
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Shooting a Document
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For efficient use of this unit, the following 14 menu icons are provided.
9
Adjust the brightness by
pressing the BRIGHTNESS +
or – button.
The image
becomes dark.
The focus is adjusted automatically.
For fine adjustment, use either the FOCUS 8 or
9 button.
Each time you lightly tap the button, fine adjustment is performed. Repeat until correct focus is
obtained.
BRIGHTNESS
–
+
The image
becomes
bright.
Lights
Lights
Gain
WBset
Tone
Reverse
arpness
Color
Iris
A/M
Sharpness
Fit/
Over
Gain
WBset
Tone
Reverse
Color
Sharpness
Iris
A/M
Fit/
Over
Change
Pointer
Save to Save to
card
Server
SXGA
/XGA
Test
Iris
A/M
Change
Pointer
Save to
Card
Save to
Server
SXGA
/XGA
Preparations
8
Adjust the focus by pressing
the FOCUS 8 and 9 buttons
simultaneously.
There are two methods for displaying and operating the menu icons; using the operation panel and using a mouse.
For details, see ☞ pp.22~23.
Setup
When displaying the menus on a submonitor:
The menu display on a submonitor connected to the VIDEO or S-VIDEO monitor is as follows:
Operation
For a clear image
FOCUS 8/9
buttons
Press the TONE button. The contrast of
the image is emphasized, making the
image clear.
FOCUS
AF
To use the Pen function
You can draw lines on the screen using
a mouse for smooth presentations.
(☞ p.33)
Caution
Operate
with care
[ The base of this unit may become hot during usage.
[ Do NOT block the ventilation holes on the right side and bottom of the unit. The temperature inside the unit may become extraordinarily high, causing fire.
[ Avoid any shock to the glass parts, such as the lens and fluorescent lamps, or the plastic
parts of the document stage. The glass or plastic may be broken, causing injury.
The monitor for displaying the menus can be specified using the Setup menu. (☞ p.29)
Others
When changing the material (Freeze function)
Use the Freeze function to smoothly change the material. When the Freeze function is active, the image remains on the screen even
if you remove the material from the document stage. While the Freeze function is active, the freeze mark
is displayed at the
upper left corner of the screen. The Freeze function is enabled only when a monitor or a projector is connected to the RGB connector.
The Freeze function is invalid for the VIDEO and S-VIDEO outputs.
1
Press the FREEZE button.
Press the button before removing the material. The image will be frozen on the screen.
2
Change the material.
The original image stays on the screen.
3
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Press the FREEZE button again.
Continue
The Freeze function is deactivated, and the image of the new material appears on the screen.
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1
Press the MENU button (or
ZOOM W and T buttons simultaneously).
The menu icons are displayed.
2
Select the menu icon by
pressing the ZOOM W or T
button.
The status (settings of the menu items, etc.) of the
selected menu is displayed beneath the icon.
3
Press the FREEZE button.
The selection is executed.
You can now change the setting values for the
selected menu.
Tone
Reverse
1
Note
[While the menu icons are displayed, zooming operation using the ZOOM W/T buttons
and focusing operation using the FOCUS 8/
9 buttons are disabled.
One-fifth area
To clear the menu icons
To display/clear the menu icons
by pressing simultaneously
FOCUS
FREEZE
8
9
ZOOM
W
T
To move
To move to
downward
the right
To move
To move
upward
to the left
When a mouse is connected, operations using the mouse are
also possible.
The menu icons are displayed.
2
3
You can now change setting values on the selected
menu.
Example: When adjusting
“COLOR”
Tone
Reverse
Iris
A/M
4
Press the FREEZE button to
register your adjustment.
5
Press the FREEZE button.
Click the right mouse button to register your adjustment.
5
Move the
pointer anywhere off the adjustment
bar and click the left
mouse button.
The adjustment bar disappears.
For details, see “Items to be Adjusted Using
Menus.” (☞ pp.24~28)
To clear the menu icons
Move the
pointer anywhere other than on a menu
icon and click the right mouse button.
The menu icons disappear.
1
[ When you display the menu icons using the
mouse, menu operations from the operation
panel are disabled. Pressing a button on the
operation panel activates the original function of the button, such as freeze, focus and
zoom.
Others
Press the ZOOM W or T
button to adjust the color.
To adjust other colors,
repeat step 1 and 2.
4
Note
The value set on the adjustment bar
changes.
3
To adjust other colors,
repeat step 1 and 2.
The status (settings of the menu items, etc.) of the
selected menu is displayed beneath the icon.
Buttons appears at the left and right ends of
the adjustment bar for the selected color.
2
3
Move the
pointer and select the menu icon.
Click the left mouse button
(left-click).
Left-click the left or right
button at the ends of the
adjustment bar.
The value set on the adjustment bar changes.
Functions of the buttons on the operation panel
Iris
A/M
Press the FOCUS 8 or 9
button to select the color
to be adjusted.
2
Click
Press the MENU button (or ZOOM W and T buttons
simultaneously).
The menu icons disappear.
To enter
(execute)
1
Move the
pointer to the
upper area (upper one-fifth
of the screen) of the screen
and click the right mouse
button.
Operation
Example: When adjusting
“COLOR”
Using the mouse
Preparations
From the operation panel
Left-click the adjustment
bar of the color to be adjusted.
Buttons appears at the left and right ends of
the adjustment bar for the selected color.
The adjustment bar disappears.
For details, see “Items to be Adjusted Using
Menus.” (☞ pp.24~28)
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Using Menus
Items to be Adjusted Using Menus
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WBset
Tone
Reverse
arpness
Color
Iris
A/M
L Lights ---------------------------------------------------------------To light the lamps and switch between overhead lighting and
base lighting.
The LIGHTS button on the operation panel functions the same.
Sharpness
Fit/
Over
Iris
A/M
Change
Pointer
Save to
Card
Save to
Server
SXGA
/XGA
Setup
L Gain -----------------------------------------------------------------To adjust the Gain (sensitivity).
You can adjust it in 33 steps in the range of “GAIN 20” to
“GAIN 260.”
L WBset --------------------------------------------------------------To adjust the white balance.
As the ZOOM T button (for zooming) is to be used during
this adjustment, use the mouse to perform the menu
operations.
Before starting this adjustment, set to “Auto Exp. ON”
using the Iris A/M menu, and set to IRIS = 0 by pressing
the BRIGHTNESS +/– buttons. (☞ p.27)
1
2
When you turn on the power next, the specified lighting will
be turned on after approx. 8 seconds.
Lights
Lights
Gain
WBset
Tone
Rev
Place a white sheet on the document stage,
and display it on the screen.
→
UpperLight ON
Overhead lighting for opaque documents
is turned on
BottomLight ON Base lighting for transparent documents
is turned on
All Light OFF
2
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
3
Move the pointer anywhere off the adjustment bar and click the left mouse button.
The adjustment bar disappears.
No lighting is turned on
Using the mouse
1
2
Left-click the “Lights” menu icon.
Each left click changes the setting as shown above.
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
Left-click the left or right button at the ends
of the adjustment bar.
The value set on the adjustment bar changes.
4
Click the right mouse button to resister your
adjustment.
When the white balance is adjusted, the “Gain” and “Color”
settings return to the factory-set values.
2
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
WBset
Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
Each press of the ZOOM W or T button changes the
setting as shown above.
3
Press the FREEZE button.
The adjustment bar disappears.
2
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
Color
Shar
nes
Natural → Linear1 → Document → Linear2 → Picture
Natural
For ordinary documents
Linear1
To output an image as-is without compensation
Document
For documents with fine characters
Linear2
For glossy documents (the brightness will be
decreased.)
Picture
For photos and color printed matters
Tone
Reverse
Color
1
Left-click the “Tone” menu icon.
Each left click changes the setting as shown above.
2
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
From the operation panel
From the operation panel
1
Reverse
1
Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
Each press of the ZOOM W or T button changes the
setting as shown above.
2
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
Using the TONE button on operation panel 2, you can toggle
the setting between Standard (Natural) and HI (Document).
Others
Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
The value set on the adjustment bar changes.
Tone
Using the mouse
Gain
From the operation panel
1
WBset
Operation
Left-click “WBset.”
The white balance is adjusted.
Using the mouse
1
n
Hold the ZOOM T button pressed to enlarge
the image to the maximum.
3
Tone
[UpperLight ON] → [BottomLight ON] → [All Light OFF]
L Tone ------------------------------------------------------To adjust the tone (gamma) setting.
→
Gain
Preparations
Lights
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Tone
Reverse
Color
Sharpness
L Sharpness --------------------------------------------------------To adjust the image contours, which can be adjusted in 6
steps.
Color
se
Tone
Reverse
Nega
For black-and-white negative pictures
BlueBack
For blue background
Left-click the “Reverse” menu icon.
Each left click changes the setting as shown above.
2
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
From the operation panel
2
Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
Each press of the ZOOM W or T button changes the
setting as shown above.
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
The same adjustment can be performed using the REVERSE button.
Sharpness
Iris
A/M
Fit/
Over
Change
Pointer
S
Left-click the left or right button at the ends
of the adjustment bar.
The value set on the adjustment bar changes.
2
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
Using the mouse
1
Left-click the adjustment bar of the color to
be adjusted.
Buttons appears at the left and right ends of the adjustment bar for the selected color.
Move the pointer anywhere off the adjustment bar and click the left mouse button.
The adjustment bar disappears.
2
Left-click the left or right button at the ends
of the adjustment bar.
The value set on the adjustment bar changes.
3
To adjust other colors, repeat step 1 and 2.
1
Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
The value set on the adjustment bar changes.
4
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
2
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
Move the pointer anywhere off the adjustment bar and click the left mouse button.
The adjustment bar disappears.
3
Press the FREEZE button.
The adjustment bar disappears.
From the operation panel
5
From the operation panel
Press the FOCUS 8 or 9 button to select the
color to be adjusted.
Buttons appears at the left and right ends of the adjustment bar for the selected color.
2
Press either the ZOOM W or T button to adjust the color.
The value set on the adjustment bar changes.
3
To adjust other colors, repeat step 1 and 2.
4
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
5
Press the FREEZE button.
The adjustment bar disappears.
Auto Exp.ON
To activate the Auto Iris function
Auto Exp.OFF
To deactivate the Auto Iris function
Using the mouse
1
Left-click the “Iris A/M” menu icon.
Each left click changes the setting as shown above.
2
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
From the operation panel
1
Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
Each press of the ZOOM W or T button changes the
setting as shown above.
2
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
Normally select Auto. In Auto mode, adjustment in the
range of ±3 steps can be performed. Should the reflection from an object disturb proper imaging with
the Auto setting, select Manual and adjust with the
BRIGHTNESS +/– buttons on the operation panel.
When you press the BRIGHTNESS + button, the lens
aperture becomes wider for a brighter picture.
When you press the BRIGHTNESS – button, the lens
aperture becomes narrower for a darker picture.
Others
1
Auto Exp. ON → Auto Exp. OFF
Operation
1
1
1
3
Using the mouse
Chang
Point
Using the mouse
→
For normal pictures
Color
Fit/
Over
Iris
A/M
Normal → Nega → BlueBack
Normal
L Iris A/M -----------------------------------------------------------To alternately select automatic and manual iris adjustments.
→
WBset
L Color ----------------------------------------------------------------To adjust the colors.
You can independently adjust R (red), G (green), and B (blue)
in 21 steps each in the range of 50 to 150.
Preparations
L Reverse ------------------------------------------------------------To reverse the image.
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Select either Full Screen (1280 x 960 pixels) or Center (only
1024 x 768 pixels of the center area).
The Fit/Over function does not operate in SXGA mode.
arpess
Iris
A/M
Fit/
Over
Change
Pointer
Save to
card
Sav
Ser
→
Fit → Over
Fit
To display the full screen
Over
To display the center area
Using the mouse
1
From the operation panel
1
2
Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
Each press of the ZOOM W or T button changes the
setting as shown above.
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
L Setup -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To set up startup status, networking, and other various items.
The Setup menu is displayed only on a monitor or projector connected to the RGB connector.
For the operating procedures, see “From the operation panel” (☞ p.22) and “Using the mouse” (☞ p.23).
Do not try to operate in the 'Setup' menu during transferring an image by Network such as FTP and HTTP. When trying to
operate in the 'Setup' menu, disconnect the network or make sure that an image is not being transferred.
[Power ON Setting] --------------- Set the startup status.
PowerOn Setting
SXGA
/XGA
Return to Window
Light
Light Off
Gain
100
White Balance
Tone (Gamma)
Color Balance
Document
R_GAIN
G_GAIN
B_GAIN
Sharpness
100
100
100
0
AE (Auto Exposure)
AE ON
Iris
L SXGA/XGA ------------------------------------------------------To switch the output mode.
Save to
Server
Timer... Setting
PowerOn Setting
L Save to Server -------------------------------------------------To save image data in an FTP server.
Set “File Type” using “Timer ... Setting” of the Setup menu in
advance. (☞ p.31)
The setting for the FTP server connection using “NetWork
Setting” of the Setup menu is also required. (☞ p.30)
For information on the FTP server, ask the administrator of
your network.
An image file is saved as “HITP0001.***”.
Save to
card
NetWork Setting
Operation
2
Left-click the “Fit/Over” menu icon.
Each left click changes the setting as shown above.
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
L Save to Card ----------------------------------------------------To save image data on a PC card.
Set “File Type” using “Timer ... Setting” of the Setup menu in
advance. (☞ p.31)
Image files are stored under a directory named “CARDIBOX.”
If the CARDIBOX directory does not exist on the PC card, it
will automatically be created when you save an image file.
An image file is saved as “HITT0001.***”.
Do not try to memorize an image to PC card during transferring an image by Network such as FTP and HTTP. When
trying to memorize an image to PC card, disconnect the network or make sure that an image is not being transferred.
Preparations
L Fit/Over -----------------------------------------------------------To select the area to be displayed when displaying the image from an XGA file.
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SXGA/XGA
XGA
TV out (NTSC, PAL, OFF)
NTSC
JPEG Quality
FINE (1/4)
Menu (Main, Sub [TV])
On Main
Setup
SAVE
Default
L Change Pointer ------------------------------------------------To change the form and color of the pointer.
Fit/
Over
Change
Pointer
Save to
card
Save to
Server
SXGA→ XGA
→
Iris
A/M
Using the mouse
→
2
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
→
→
Color: Yellow→White→Blue
Left-click the “SXGA/XGA” menu icon.
Each left click changes the setting as shown above.
Using the mouse
From the operation panel
1
1
Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
Each press of the ZOOM W or T button changes the
setting as shown above.
2
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
2
Left-click the “Change Pointer” menu icon.
Each left click changes the setting as shown above.
Click the right mouse button to register your
adjustment.
From the operation panel
1
2
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Press either the ZOOM W or T button.
Each press of the ZOOM W or T button changes the
setting as shown above.
Press the FREEZE button to register your adjustment.
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To adjust the color format of video signals supplied from this Imager according to that of the
connected monitor or projector.
If you select “OFF,” no video signal is supplied.
JPEG Quality
To set the picture quality when saving a JPEG image file. The value in parentheses indicates the
approximate size of an image file after compression.
Menu (Main, Sub (TV))
When a submonitor for monitoring and operating at hand is connected in addition to the main
monitor or projector, you can display the menus on the submonitor.
Main:
To display the menus on the monitor or projector connected via the RGB connector.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Sub (TV): To display the menus on the submonitor connected via the VIDEO or S-VIDEO connector. The Setup menu is not displayed.
To return to the “Main” setting
To return to the setting to display the menus on the monitor or projector connected via the RGB
connector when the menus are displayed on a submonitor connected via the VIDEO or S-VIDEO
connector, once turn off the power, then turn it on after 10 seconds or more. As the menus are
displayed on the monitor or projector connected via the RGB connector upon first access of the
menus, select “Main” from the Setup menu.
For other items, see pages 24 to 28.
The setting values for the picture being displayed on the right side of the Setup menu are displayed.
When the settings of the necessary items are completed, left-click SAVE .
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→
Form:
1
TV out (NTSC, PAL, OFF)
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[Timer... Setting] --------------- Set the time and date.
[NetWork Setting] --------------- Set the items relating to networking.
PowerOn Setting
NetWork Setting
Timer... Setting
Return to Window
PowerOn Setting
NetWork Setting
Internal Server
*
192
255
IP Address
SubNet Mask
Pass Word
168
255
001
000
20 00 / 04 / 26
Date:
002
000
hour : minute
15 : 01
Time:
( max 10 char.)
Power Save Timer
No Operation Time
( max 10 char.)
Slide Show
Enable FTP Client
Interval Timer
IP Address
192
User ID
anonymous
none
Pass Word
168
001
001
File Type
( max 10 char.)
99
min
( 00 min = Power Save Off)
99
sec
( 10 - 99 sec)
TYPE:
* JPEG
BMP
SIZE:
* 1280*960
640*480
( FTP , Card)
PopUp 3rd Button
Default
Slide Show
SAVE
0
1
2
320*240
( max 10 char.)
3
4
5
6
7
8
* Delite File
Default
9
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
To enable/disable the network function.
Date:, Time:
To set the time and date.
Read Only (FTP, WEB:
To inhibit/allow Web control and writing with FTP.
Power Save Timer
To set the time (in minutes) from the last operation until the screen is darkened. When you select
“00” min, the power save function does not operate.
To recover the mode, press any button or move the mouse, when using web software, press
Light ON/OFF or XGA/SXGA button.
Slide Show
To set the interval of image changes (in seconds) in a slide show.
For information on slide shows, see “Items to be Operated Using the PC Card Menus”. (☞ p.36)
The interval may be prolonged over the specified time if processing of some image takes more time.
File Type
TYPE: To select the format (JPEG or BMP) when saving an image file on a PC card or in a server.
SIZE: To select the file size (resolution) when saving an image file on a PC card or in a server.
PopUp 3rd Button
To set the function of the third button from the left of the PC Card menu. (☞ p.36)
Slide Show: To use as the Slide Show button.
Delete File: To use as the Delete File button.
disable Write/Control)
To set the IP addresses of FTP, HTTP and Telnet servers, subnet mask, user ID, and password. For
Internal Server
the IP addresses, ask the administrator of your network.
When you set “User ID” to other than “anonymous,” identification is requested when connecting to the network.
Log-on using the user ID and password specified here is enabled. (☞ p.32)
To enable/disable the FTP client function. When the function is disabled, the menu buttons
Enable FTP Client
become inoperative, eliminating inadvertent activation.
To set an external FTP server. This setting is required when sending an image file to the FTP
External Server
server. For instructions regarding the FTP server, ask the administrator of your network.
When you change the IP address, once turn the power off and then back on again.
Others
Enable NetWork
Operation
SAVE
skip
Return to Window
year / month / day
Read Only ( FTP, WEB : disable Write / Control)
anonymous
none
User ID
External Server
Timer... Setting
Timer Setting etc..
Enable NetWork
*
NetWork Setting
Preparations
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When the settings of the necessary items are completed, left-click SAVE .
[Return to Window] ----------------- To clear the menu and restore the normal display
Note
[When the Imager will not be used for a prolonged period, the backup function for the built-in clock
may deteriorate, and the clock may stop. After a long period of disuse, reset the clock. The backup
function will be restored by applying the power.
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Connecting to a Network
Using a PC Card
Connecting to a Network
Using a PC Card
Make the following settings:
• You can display images from files stored on a PC card, or shoot documents and store them on a PC card.
• Image files of JPEG or BMP (bitmap) format can be read with this unit.
• Set the compression rate to save a JPEG image file using “JPEG Quality” of the Power on Setting menu.
You can select the file type and size for storage by using “File Type” of “Timer - Setting” in the Setup menu. (☞ p.31)
• You can exchange data with other equipment or PCs using PC cards.
To insert a PC card
Observing the arrow mark on the card,
insert a PC card in the PC CARD slot
until a clicking sound is heard.
To eject the PC card
1
Press the eject button until
the card is released.
2
Remove the PC card.
Note
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[The web software's function may be limited
in case of the combination of operating software and web browser.
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Accessible commands:
1. Single or Multiple Viewing Windows
Choice between two viewing configurations, one displaying
a single captured image and the other displaying multiple
images captured at different intervals.
2. Interval Timer
Allows programmable image capture between 2 seconds to
10 minutes.
3. Remote Monitoring and saving
Allows you to view the image captured over the LAN and save
it to your PC or directly to the LAN in JPEG or BMP format.
4. Remote Control Settings
Similar settings to the control panels of the PreCa allows you
to remotely control the settings and check status information
over the LAN.
5. Location
Shows where the currently linked PreCa is located. Send
location name to the PreCa by telnet commands as follow.
If the PRECA is in a meeting roomB of a company, send as
W_LCA COMPANY/ROOMB
The name is acceptable up to 32 letters. If no name is sent,
there is a blank in location area.
[When using a compact flash card, do NOT touch the card while writing/reading image data files.
Static electricity may disturb proper data writing/reading.
Operation
Network application software
Note
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When you set the IP address using the Network
menu, once turn off the Imager and turn it on again.
• Use PC cards equivalent to PCMCIA ATA Type II flash cards.
• This unit does not have the function to format PC cards. Always use cards that have been formatted. If a PC card
is to be formatted, use PC-DOS (VFAT12. 16).
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For information of commands to control this unit with Telnet,
consult your dealer.
Example: Telnet 192. 168. 1. 2.
Notes on PC cards
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LConnect using Telnet. (Enter at the
Windows DOS prompt.)
L Saving in an FTP server
Prepare an FTP server. Use the Save to Server menu.
The time and date must be set in advance. (☞ p.31)
L From an HTTP Web site
Data can be obtained by connecting to “http:// ______
______ ______ _____” using a browser.
1) When the user ID is not “anonymous,” specify the User
ID and Password. (☞ p.30)
2) Click the button for downloading image files which is
displayed in the upper portion of the screen when the
network is connected.
The Web camera display appears.
3) Click the download button in the lower portion of the
screen.
L Getting with an FTP command
You can obtain a file using FTP Get.
1) Issue the Is command.
The RAMIBOX and CARDIBOX appear.
2) Execute cd RAMIBOX.
3) Issue the Is command again.
Four files virtually appear.
IMGMID.bmp
IMGMID.jpg
IMGFULL.bmp
IMGFULL.jpg
The time for these files is 0 hour 0 minute in this stage.
The time of files that are actually obtained will be that
when the GET command is issued.
4) Get the image.
The image is downloaded when the Get command is
issued.
C
Example: FTP 192. 168. 1. 2.
Images can be downloaded via a network by any of the
following three methods.
C
LConnect using the FTP server (enter at the Windows DOS prompt.).
To download an image
P
Install the Netscape Navigator ver.4.5 or Internet Explorer
ver.5 or higher.
Set the IP address for the URL.
Example: http://192. 168. 1. 2.
When the unit is located inside a proxy, set the IP address (as shown above) for this unit without using the proxy.
Preparations
LHTTP (connect using a browser)
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Note
[Before using a PC card, read the instructions supplied with the card.
[When inserting a PC card, observe the direction or angle for the card. If the card is forcibly inserted in
a wrong direction, the PC CARD slot or the card may be damaged.
[When inserting a PC card, turn on the power to the unit and check that the PC CARD indicator is dark.
[Be careful when ejecting the PC card, as it may have become hot during use.
[While the PC card is being accessed (the PC CARD indicator is lit in green), do NOT eject it, and do NOT
turn off the power. This may cause a damage to the recorded data or the PC card.
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Using a PC Card
Using a PC Card
Using the PC Card Menu
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The following PC Card menu is provided to operate PC cards and use the Pen functions.
Pen mark
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Green-Pen button
Blue-Pen button
The image from a file stored on a PC card can be displayed using this Imager. The method using a mouse is discussed
here.
Pen mark
Red-Pen button
Green-Pen button
Blue-Pen button
Enter (Execute) button
File-Backward
button
File-Forward button
Freeze button
Zoom button
Slide Show/Delete File
button
Folder name or image file name
The PC Card menu can be displayed and operated from the operation panel or using the mouse.
From the operation panel
2
3
The PC Card menu is displayed in the lower-right
portion of the screen.
Enter (Execute) button
File-Backward
button
1
Select the PC Card menu button using the ZOOM W/T
button.
Freeze button
Zoom button
Slide Show/Delete File
button
Folder name or image file name
Using the mouse
Move the
pointer to the
lower area (lower four-fifths
of the screen) of the screen
and click the right mouse
button.
File-Forward button
1
Insert the PC card into the PC
CARD slot. (☞ p.33)
2
Move the pointer to the area
of lower four-fifths of the
screen and click the right
mouse button.
4
Left-click the Enter (Execute)
button (-).
5
Left-click the File-Forward
button (9) or the File-Backward button (8) repeatedly
until the desired filename
appears.
6
Left-click the Enter (Execute)
button (-).
7
Display the image of the
next file.
8
Finished.
The PC Card menu is displayed in the lower-right
portion of the screen.
Four-fifths portion
Press the FREEZE button.
The selection of the PC Card menu button is executed.
Click
LTo clear the PC Card menu
The PC Card menu is displayed in the lower-right
portion of the screen.
Functions of the buttons on the operation
panel
2
Move the
pointer to a PC
Card menu button.
3
Click the left mouse button.
To display/clear the menu
by pressing simultaneously
FOCUS
FREEZE
8
9
ZOOM
W
T
The selection of the PC Card menu button is executed.
LTo clear the PC Card menu
To enter
(execute)
To change
To move to
files
the right
To change To move to
files
the left
When a mouse is connected, operations using the
mouse are also possible.
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Move the pointer anywhere off the PC
Card menu (lower four-fifths of the screen)
of the screen and click the right mouse
button.
The PC Card menu disappears.
3
Left-click the File-Forward
button (9) or the File-Backward button (8) of the PC
card menu to select the folder.
The folder name beneath the PC card menu
changes.
Note
[ Files on a PC card are layered as
follows:
CARDI BOX<DIR>
. . Return the upper directory
Filename HITT0001.JPG
Filename HITT0002.JPG
.
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The image from the selected file is displayed.
To display images in the sequence of files, leftclick the Enter (Execute) button (-) of the PC Card
menu.
To display the files in random sequence, repeat
steps 5 and 6.
Others
Press the ZOOM T button and FOCUS 9
button simultaneously.
The PC Card menu disappears.
The list of image files in the selected folder is displayed.
Operation
1
Press the ZOOM T and FOCUS
9 buttons simultaneously.
Preparations
Red-Pen button
Displaying an Image from a File on a
PC Card
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Using a PC Card
Using a PC Card
Items to be Operated on the PC Card
Menu
Pen mark
Red-Pen button
Green-Pen button
Blue-Pen button
L ZOOM button (
) ---------------------------------------To enlarge the image from a PC card file on the screen.
Each left-click changes the size as follows:
When you move the pointer to an area outside the image
while the electronic zoom is active, the screen automatically
scrolls.
When the PC card menu is displayed on a
submonitor:
The PC card menu is displayed on a submonitor connected to the VIDEO or S-VIDEO connector as shown
below:
→
Actual size → 1.4 times→ 2 times → 2.8 times → 4 times
Enter (Execute) button
File-Backward
button
File-Forward button
Freeze button
Zoom button
Slide Show/Delete File
button
Folder name or image file name
L Red-, Green-, Blue-Pen buttons (
) -------------You can draw lines or circles on the screen.
When you select the color (red, blue, or green) from the PC
Card menu, the pointer changes to a pen tool.
L Slide Show/Delete File button --------------------------The button has two functions, which can be switched with the
Setup menu. (☞ p.31)
Slide Show button (
)
To automatically display images of the files on a PC card
in sequence. To stop the slide show, left-click another button of the PC Card menu.
The interval of images in a slide show can be set on the
Setup menu. (☞ p.31)
Delete File button (
)
To delete an image file from a PC card.
1 Left-click the Delete File button.
The letters Y and N appear at the top or the PC Card
menu.
2
The lines drawn with the Pen function will disappear when
the image of the next file is displayed. To deactivate the Pen
function, left-click another button in the menu or click the right
mouse button.
Left-click “Y.”
The file whose image is being displayed is deleted.
Left-click “N” not to delete the file.
The Pen, Zoom, and Freeze buttons are valid
not only for PC card file images but also for
opaque and transparent documents.
The Slide Show, Delete File, Zoom and Freeze
function can also be operated using the buttons on the operation panel. (☞ p.34)
Clicking the right mouse button cancels an
active function.
Others
Note
[ The Pen function is enabled only for mouse
operation.
[ When you use the Pen function for an opaque
or transparent document, the Freeze function is automatically activated. When the
Freeze function is deactivated, the lines
drawn with the Pen function disappear.
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To use the Pen function, display the PC card menu on a
monitor or projector connected to the RGB connector.
The monitor to display the PC card menu can be specified using the Setup menu. (☞ p.29)
Operation
By dragging the pen icon (moving it while holding the left
mouse button pressed), you can draw a line on the screen as
desired.
L Freeze button (
) ---------------------------------------To keep the current picture displayed on the screen while
changing documents or switching images of PC card files.
When you left-click the Freeze button again after changing
documents or images, the new picture is displayed.
Preparations
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the Main Unit
Cleaning the Mouse Ball
To remove dirt from the cabinet, lightly wipe the surface with a soft cloth.
For adhered dirt, wipe with a cloth soaked with neutral detergent diluted with water and wrung tight. Then wipe the
surface with a dry cloth.
If dirt or foreign subject is stuck to the mouse ball, the ball may not roll smoothly, causing difficulty in moving the
electronic pointer. In such a case, clean the ball as described below.
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The fluorescent lamps used with this unit are commercially available. When a lamp has burned out, purchase one by
specifying the type name (FPL13EX-N).
1
Turn the power off at the
POWER switch, and disconnect the power plug from the
AC outlet.
4
3
Using a cotton swab, lightly wipe the block and
while rotating the rollers.
Using a pointed tool, turn the two guide holes of
the frame in the direction of the arrow (to the
left) to release the lock.
Be careful not to drop the ball.
While pressing the lamp towards the socket, fit it in the
holder.
Clean the ball support and
roller block.
A clicking sound is heard.
Soon after the lamp was lit, wait for 15 minutes or
more for the lamp to cool down.
If no clicking sound is heard,
press the holder with your fingers.
Rotate the lamp holder upwards, and remove the fluorescent lamp.
2
As the fluorescent lamp may be hot, we suggest
wearing gloves.
Wipe off the contamination
from the ball’s surface.
Wipe away stains with a clean dry cloth.
For stubborn stains, soak a soft cloth with a
neutral detergent and thoroughly wipe the ball
surface of the ball.
4
Mount the ball and lock the
frame.
Insert the ball into the mouse. Attach the frame
and turn it to the right using a pointed tool to lock.
Opreation
2
Unlock the frame at the bottom of the mouse and remove the ball.
Preparations
Replacing the Fluorescent Lamps
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[ Be careful that the lamp will not be damaged by the holder.
[ Make sure that the lamp is firmly secured
in the socket and holder.
Glove
3
Insert the new fluorescent
lamp into the socket.
Others
5
Replace the lamp on the other
side in the same manner.
Caution
Caution for
replacement
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[ Before replacing a lamp, wait at least 15 minutes for it to sufficiently cool down to avoid
burning your fingers.
[ NEVER apply excessive force to a tube. It may break, causing injury.
[ Replacement of the fluorescent lamp under the document stage must be referred to your
dealer. Never attempt to replace it yourself.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Measures
Power does not
go on.
• Check that the power cable is not disconnected from the AC outlet or the AC power input
receptacle of the unit. (☞ p.17)
No picture
is obtained.
• Check that the cables are firmly connected. (☞ pp.13, 14)
• Check that the cable is firmly connected to the appropriate receptacle of the equipment to
be used in combination. (☞ pp.13, 14)
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F
V, W, Z, X
Adjustment ------------------------------ 24-28
- Angle of fluorescent lamps ------ 19
- Brightness ---------------------------------------- 20
- Color ------------------------------------------------- 26
- Focus ------------------------------------------------- 20
- Outline ---------------------------------------------- 27
- Tone ------------------------------------------ 20, 25
- White balance ------------------------------ 25
- Zoom ---------------------------------------- 19, 37
Fit ----------------------------------------------------------- 28
Fluorescent lamp ---- 12, 17, 38
Freeze ----------------------------------------- 20, 36
Video output connector --- 7, 13
White balance ------------------------------- 25
Zoom ------------------------------------------ 19, 37
XGA ------------------------------------------------------- 28
• Check that the power switch is set to ON. (☞ p.18)
Iris ----------------------------------------------------------- 27
L, M, N
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Lights ---------------------------------------------------- 24
Mouse ------------------------------ 12, 14, 39
Network ----------------------------------- 14, 32
• Check the focus. Press the FOCUS 8 / 9 buttons to obtain proper focus. (☞ p.20)
• Check that the lens is placed correctly. (☞ p.15)
Camera head ----------------------- 15, 16
Change Pointer ---------------------------- 28
Cleaning ----------------------------------- 38, 39
- Main unit ----------------------------------------- 38
- Mouse ----------------------------------------------- 39
Color ------------------------------------------------------ 26
Connection ------------------- 13, 14, 17
- Ethernet -------------------------------------------- 14
- Monitor --------------------------------------------- 13
- Mouse ----------------------------------------------- 14
- PC ------------------------------------------------------- 14
• Check that switching between SXGA and XGA is correct. (☞ p.29)
- Power cable ----------------------------------- 17
- Projector ------------------------------------------- 13
• Adjust "Gain" and "Color" using the menu. (☞ pp.24, 26)
Opaque material ------------------------ 18
Over ------------------------------------------------------- 28
P
PC card ------------------------------------------------ 33
PC CARD slot -----------------------------5, 33
Pen function ------------------------------------ 36
Pointer ------------------------------------------------- 28
Projector --------------------------------------------- 13
- TV receiver -------------------------------------- 13
• Try the TONE function by pressing the TONE button. (☞ p.6)
D-sub 15-pin connector --- 7, 13
E
Electronic zoom ---------------------------- 19
Ethernet ---------------------------------------------- 14
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RS-232C connector -------------- 7, 14
S-video output
connector -----------------------------7, 13
Sharpness ----------------------------------------- 27
Save to Card ----------------------------------- 28
Save to Server ------------------------------ 28
Slide-Show ----------------------------- 31, 36
SXGA ---------------------------------------------------- 28
Tone -------------------------------------------------6, 25
Transparent material -------------- 18
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Brightness adjustment ----------- 20
• Check that the lens cap is removed. (☞ p.16)
Pale or muddy colors.
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• Check that switching between the overhead and base lighting is correct. (☞ pp.18, 24)
cannot be read by this unit. (☞ p.33)
The picture is not
fully displayed.
Gain ------------------------------------------------------- 24
B
• Check that the document is not completely white or black.
The picture is not
clear.
G
• Check that the fluorescent lamps are lit. (☞ pp.18, 24)
• When displaying the image of a PC card file, check that the file is not of a format that
Preparations
Symptoms
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SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
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Image pickup format
Direct pickup by a single-disc color CCD, input of 15 frames/second
Maximum input size
U.S. letter size tall or 396 × 297 mm
Objective lens
6-time electric moving zoom lens, Focal length=5.7 to 41.2 mm
Reflected illumination
At W end
F=3.4 to 16.2
At T end
F=4.1 to 19.3
Two 13-watt fluorescent lamps (FPL13EX-N), excited at a high frequency
Color temperature: 5000K
Transmitted illumination
Cold cathode tube 3.1W × 2, color temperature 5000K
Magnification power
Optical 6×, digital 2×, 4×
Operability
On-screen menu selections by a mouse, equipped with an electronic pointer
Pickup device
1/2.7-inch CCD, 1363 × 972 (1,300,000) pixels Effective pixels 1280 × 960
Resolutions
SXGA: horizontal 800 TV lines, vertical 800 TV lines
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The PreCa1280i is in conformity with the following directive and standards
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC
Safety standards: EN60950/1992 +A1+A2/1993 +A3/1995 +A4+A11/1997
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
EMC standards:
EN55022/1998Class B
EN55024/1998
EN61000-3-2/1995 +A1+A2/1998
EN61000-3-3/1995
Reference:
Low Voltage Directive:
TUV Rheinland Product Safety GmbH, Test Report No.E2061507E01
EMC Directive:
A-pex International Co. Ltd., Test Report No.19D0031-02-3
Opreation
XGA: horizontal 640 TV lines, vertical 640 TV lines
EC Declaration
NTSC, PAL, S-video: horizontal 400 TV lines, vertical 370 TV lines
Aspect ratio
4:3
Exposure control
Automatic control by lens iris
Exposure compensation
0.5- to 2-time compensation
PC interface
10Base-T (RJ-45), PCMCIA Type II, RS-232C (D-sub 9-pin)
Signal outputs
SXGA, XGA, NTSC, PAL, S-video
Sync signal frequency
SXGA: H=63.981 kHz, V=60.020 Hz
Preparations
Input
EC Declaration
Output
XGA: H=48.363 kHz, V=60.004 Hz
NTSC: H=15.734 kHz, V=59.94 Hz
PAL: H=15.625 kHz, V=50 Hz
Others
PC card
Applicable cards
PCMCIA ATA Type II flash card
Recording format
Conforms to JPEG, BMP
General
Dimensions
693 (w) × 510 (d) × 640 (h) mm (27 (w) × 20 (d) × 25 (h) inches) (in use)
435 (w) × 510 (d) × 144 (h) mm (17 (w) × 20 (d) × 5.6 (h) inches) (in storage)
Weight
Approx. 10.0 kg (22.05 lbs) (main unit)
Power requirements
100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
72 W
Due to constant research, the information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
All right reserved.
Trademarks are the right of their respective owners.
BARCO Projection Systems
Noordlaan 5
B-8520 Kuurne
Belgium
Tel:+32/56/368211
Fax:+32/56/351651
E-mail: sales.bps@barco.com
Visite Barco at the web : http://www.barco.com
Printed in Japan
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