Compaq 2510p Laptop User Manual

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Intelligent Projector
User’s Manual
iP-25E
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Thank you for your purchase of an AVIO product.
Please read this manual carefully in order to use the projector properly.
After reading this, please keep it in a safe place together with the warranty sheet.
Features of the iP-25E
• Very versatile five-in-one projector. A projector for the multimedia age.
1. Projection of documents, catalogs, and other printed materials. Printed materials can be projected directly without the
creation of OHP film.
2. Projection of personal computer screen images
Detailed presentations can be made using a personal computer.
3. The video images of video tape decks, DVDs and other equipment can be projected. This permits the creation of presentations that are visually appealing.
4. Projection images can be imported to a personal computer connected via USB.
5. An image that has been scanned to a personal computer can be written on as one pleases using a tablet or another device
and while doing so the image can be projected.
• Easily understood, simple operation for everyone
One button operation simply switches the projection of printed material, personal computer screen, and video image.
• Designed for a conservation of resources which offers excellent cost performance
The creation of OHP film is not required. This allows a reduction of wasteful time and costs.
• Super-thin, stylish body
The iP-25E features a super-thin body for a projector having a built-in OHP function which reflects the advanced technology
inherent in the design. Offers an easy fit when in use or when stored.
• Expressive color pictures
High resolution, 2 million pixel CCD camera is built in. It provides faithful and clear reproduction of the detailed neutral tones of
color documents with its full-color 16.77 million colors.
• Enlarged display without changing the screen size
When projecting documents having small characters that were not created for presentations, such as catalogs and wordprocessed documents, the iP-25E can enlarge the document without changing the screen size to provide an easy-to-view
display.
• Provided with display functions for compressed or enlarged PC screen
Screens of resolution more than 1024 ⳯ 768 dots are displayed compressed to 1024 ⳯ 768 dots without any loss in character
quality. Such as 640 ⳯ 480 resolution screens can also be enlarged to 1024 ⳯ 768 dots.
About Trademarks
IBM and PC/AT are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business
Machines Corporation.
Macintosh and Power Book are trademarks of Apple Computer Inc.
Windows is a trademark of U.S. Microsoft Corporation.
Warnings and Safety Precautions
Warning Symbols
To alert the user to important safety precautions, the following symbols are used
in this manual and on the product. Make sure you understand what these symbols mean before operating the projector.
WARNING
Death or serious injury may result if this warning is ignored.
CAUTION
Injury or damage to the equipment may result if this warning is ignored.
NOTE
This indicates an item that you should take care of when handling your projector.
This symbol alerts the user to high voltage that could cause electric shock.
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Safety Precautions
WARNING
● If a fault occurs:
• If you detect smoke, or a strange smell or sound, immediately disconnect the power cable.
It is dangerous to continue using the projector after a fault occurs. Return the projector to the dealer where it was purchased
for repair.
● Avoid placing the projector near dangerous substances.
• Make sure that no metallic or flammable material can get into the projector through the air vents.
• Do not place any objects containing water on top of or next to the projector.
● If foreign matter gets inside the projector:
• If foreign matter such as water or metal gets inside, immediately disconnect the power cable.
It is dangerous to continue using the projector when foreign matter gets inside. Return the projector to the dealer where it
was purchased for servicing.
● Do not remove the cabinet.
• Do not remove the cabinet. There are high-voltage components inside and touching these parts could cause electric shock,
or damage the equipment.
● Handle the power cable safely.
• Do not place any heavy objects on top of the power cable.
Damage to the power cable can cause wire breakage, fire, or electric shock.
• Do not pull the power cable when disconnecting the power plug.
Pulling the cable may break the wires or cause fire or electric shock. Always hold the plug itself when pulling it out of the
power outlet.
• Do not damage the power cable. If the power cable is damaged (e.g. the core is exposed or cut), contact the sales office of
purchase. (charged) it could cause fire or electric shock if you continue using the damaged power cable.
• Do not peep into the lens.
• Do not peep into the lens of the projector during operation. The powerful rays passing through the lens could damage the
eyes.
• Do not put the projector in unstable places.
• Do not put the projector in unstable places such as on unstable desks or slopes.
Doing so could cause the projector to drop or turn over, resulting in injury.
• Do not use any voltages other than specified.
• Do not use any voltages other than specified. Doing so could cause fire or electric shock.
• Do not beat the glass surface
• Do not beat the glass surface over the scanner. Doing so may break the glass, resulting in injury.
• Do not touch the air vents or lamp cover
• The air vents, lamp cover, and peripheral surfaces may be high temperature during operation or just after the light is turned
off.
Do not touch those for a long time.
• Do not block the lens front
• Do not block the lens front during operation.
The powerful rays passing through the lens may cause fire or burns if you put anything in front of the lens or block the lens
with your hand during operation.
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Safety Precautions
CAUTION
• Installation
• Avoid installing the projector in places where it may be exposed to:
- Strong vibrations
- Soot or steam
- Direct sunlight or near a heater (35°C/95°F or higher)
- High humidity or dust
- Extreme cold (0°C/32°F or lower)
- Strong magnetic or electric field generated from a nearby appliance
- Wobbling on an unstable surface
• Do not block the air vents.
• Do not block the air vents with cloth or an object.
When you put anything around the unit, be sure to ensure a space of 10 cm/4 inches or more between the unit and the air
vent. Be sure to prevent paper or cloth from blocking the air vent at the bottom of the unit. If blocked, the internal temperature
may increase, resulting in malfunctions.
• Do not bump the projector.
• Avoid bumping the projector when moving or handling. Shocks can cause damage.
• Care of the projector
• To prevent risk of accidents, always disconnect the power plug before cleaning the projector.
• Clean the lens surface with a commercial blower or lens cleaning paper.
Wiping with tissue paper or a handkerchief can damage the lens.
• To clean the cabinet, operation panel, and glass surface, wipe gently with a soft cloth. For particularly dirty spots, soak the
cloth in a neutral detergent mixed in water, wring out well and wipe off the dirt, then use a dry cloth to wipe dry.
• Do not wipe the projector with any volatile solvent such as benzine or thinner.
Solvents can cause surface deformation or flaking of the paint.
If using an impregnated cloth, follow the instructions of the cloth.
• Avoid scratching the glass surface.
• Take care not to scratch the glass surface of the scanner with hard or pointed objects.
Scratches on the glass may distort the projected image.
• Battery
• When inserting battery in the remote control, note the polarity (plus and minus signs) and insert correctly as indicated.
Inserting a battery in a wrong direction can cause rupture or leakage, and could result in fire and injury or soil the surrounding area.
• Do not use coin battery other than the type specified for the equipment. Incorrect battery usage could result in rupture or
leakage, and could cause fire and injury.
• Do not heat, break open, burn, or immerse the battery. Battery rupture or leakage could cause fire and injury.
• Servicing and cleaning
• Have the internal components cleaned by a retailer about once a year. There is a risk of fire or faulty operation if the inside
of the projector gets dusty and is not cleaned for a long time. For best results, the projector should be serviced before the wet
season brings damp conditions. Cleaning charges are at the discretion of the retailer.
• If not using the projector for a long period:
• If you do not plan to use the projector for a long time, disconnect the power cord for safety.
• Disposal
• Follow the recommendations of your local authority when disposing of the projector.
• Transporting the projector
• Use the special packaging when transporting the projector. The manufacturer cannot accept responsibility in the event of
damage or accident if other packaging is used.
• Use the special packaging no more than two times. Repeated usage reduces the shock absorbency of the packaging and
can lead to damage or accident.
• Contact the retailer if you require new packaging.
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Safety Precautions
• Lamp implosion
• A DC type Super High pressure lamp is used in this projector and it is rare for the lamp to explode during use. The unit is also
designed to forcibly turn off the lamp because there is a high possibility that the lamp will break if it is used beyond the lamp
usage of 2000 hours (Refer to pages E-42 and E-44).
Note the following things
• A sound occurs because the internal pressure of the Super High pressure lamp gets extremely high.
The unit is designed so that no pieces of glass come out of it when the lamp explodes.
• However, the gas inside of the lamp can escape and looks like white smoke.
It will not cause any fire.
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Remedy
• If a lamp explodes in a product, there will be pieces of lamp inside. Do not replace the lamp. Return the product to the sales
office or agent of purchase.
Even though the lamp has exploded, never try to replace the lamp by yourself. The lamp pieces could cause injury.
Replacing the lamp
• Be sure to turn the lamp off and disconnect the power cable when the fan stops, and wait an hour or more before replacing
the lamp.
Replacing the lamp during operation or just after the power is turned off may cause burns due to heat.
Refer to “Replacement of the Lamp Unit” on page E-42 for the procedure.
Replacing / cleaning the air filter
• Be sure to disconnect the power cable when the cooling fan stops before removing the air filter.
Removing the air filter while the cooling fan is rotating could cause a accident.
Refer to “Cleaning the Air Filter” on page E-45 for the procedure.
Avoiding malfunctions and accidents
• Adjust the Adjustable feet to keep the projector horizontally.
Using the projector in a tilted status may cause injury if it rolls over. Refer to
“Adjusting the Tilt” on page E-22 for the adjusting procedure.
Do not do the followings
• Do not put anything heavy on the projector.
• Do not step on the projector, rack, or stand. Do not hold or hang on the projector.
Doing so could cause the projector to roll over or break, resulting in injury.
Especially be careful if small children are near.
• Do not use the rack unless the casters are locked when placing the projector on a rack with casters.
Doing so may cause the projector to move or roll over, resulting in injury.
• Do not turn the lamp on/off within one minute after it is turned off/on. Extremely high voltage is generated in the lamp just
after it is turned on. Turning the lamp on/off too frequently could cause the lamp to deteriorate or break, resulting in malfunctions of the projector.
• Do not project an image with the lens cap attached.
Moving the projector
• Be sure careful of the glass surface at moving the projector while holding the handles.
• If the document cover is not inserted enough, it may get loose and fall off while you carry it.
Care of the power cable and plug
• Do not put the power cable near a heater.
Doing so could cause the sheath of the cable to melt down, resulting in fire or electric shock.
• Do not connect or disconnect the power cable with wet hands. Doing so could cause electric shock.
• Be sure to pull out the power cable and disconnect any cable connections between units and release the anti-theft lock
before moving the projector.
Moving the projector with cables connected may cause fire or electric shock if the cables are damaged.
• If you do not plan to use the projector for a long time, disconnect the power cable for safety.
DO NOT REMOVE ANY SCREWS except the lamp cover screw and two lamp unit screws. Otherwise you could receive
an electric shock.
Light Polarizing Element
Light polarizing elements such as the light source lamp and the liquid crystal panel are parts that have a service life. When
used for a long time, repair and replacement will be necessary. Please contact a customer support center for details.
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Table of Contents
Safety Precautions ................................................. E-3
A Check of the Supplied Items
and the Names of the Parts .............................. E-7
Supplied Parts Check ............................................... E-7
Names and Functions of the Parts (Projector) ......... E-8
Names and Functions of the Parts (Input Connectors) ........... E-10
Names and Functions of the Parts (Operation Panel) ............ E-11
Names and Functions of the Parts (Remote Control) ............. E-12
Operation of the Remote Control ........................... E-13
Battery Replacement ............................................. E-13
Method of OHP Operation ................................... E-30
Attaching the Document Cover .............................. E-30
Preparation of the Projection Document ................ E-30
Reading Size of Projection Documents .................. E-30
Menu Configuration ............................................. E-31
Menu Operation Method ...................................... E-32
Names and Functions of the Buttons Used in Menu
Operation ..................................................... E-32
Names and Functions of the Menu Parts ............... E-32
Method of Menu Operation .................................... E-33
Procedure Up to Projection ................................. E-14
Projection Distance and Screen Size ................. E-15
Connections with the Personal Computer ................... E-16
Basic Connections ................................................. E-16
Connections with Personal Computers .................. E-16
Personal Computer Input Connector ...................... E-17
When the Image of the Personal Computer
Screen Is Not Projected .................................... E-18
Table of Supported Input Signals
(Personal Computer Video Input Connector) .... E-19
Menu Description ................................................. E-35
Pointer • Screen ..................................................... E-35
Image adjustment ................................................... E-36
Settings .................................................................. E-38
Maintenance ......................................................... E-40
Fault Protection ...................................................... E-40
Replacement of the Lamp Unit ............................... E-42
Cleaning the Air Filter ............................................. E-45
Troubleshooting ................................................... E-46
Connections with Video Equipment ................... E-20
Repair Service ...................................................... E-47
Connection of the Power Cable and
On/Off Switching ............................................. E-21
Switch On the Power .............................................. E-21
Switch Off the Power .............................................. E-21
Specifications ....................................................... E-48
Adjustment of the Projection Image ................... E-22
Adjusting the Projection Image .............................. E-22
Making Focus/Zoom Adjustments .......................... E-22
Adjusting the Tilt (Slant) ......................................... E-22
Regular Operation ................................................ E-23
Select the Input ...................................................... E-23
Changing the Orientation of the Projection Image . E-23
Enlarging and Reducing the Projection Image ....... E-24
Adjusting the Brightness ........................................ E-25
Capturing the Projection Image/ Still Image Display ...... E-26
Viewing OHP History Images ................................. E-27
Transferring Captured Images ................................ E-28
Adjusting the Volume .............................................. E-28
Displaying the Pointer ............................................ E-29
Deleting the Projection Image and Audio ............... E-29
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A Check of the Supplied Items and the Names of the Parts
Supplied Parts Check
Please check that the supplied parts are included.
iP-25E Projector
Lens cap
Replacement air filter
Pull out the sheet before use.
Remote control
Coin-type lithium battery: CR2025
Power cable (3 m)
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A Check of the Supplied Items and the Names of the Parts
Names and Functions of the Parts (Projector)
Document cover
The document or printed material to be read is
placed under this cover.
Input connector panel
The connectors for the personal
computer, video, and other con-
See Page E-30.
nections are located here.
See Page E-10.
Operation panel
The buttons used for regular operation are located here. See
Page E-11.
Remote control
IR sensor
Air intake vent (Air filter)
Air is drawn into the projector from here.
Exhaust vents
Air is discharged from here.
There is an air filter to prevent dust from
entering the inside of the projector. See
Page E-45.
Tilt foot
This foot is used to adjust the vertical angle of the
Projection lens
The image is projected from here.
* Be sure to remove the lens cap
before projecting.
projection as well as the left-right balance. Turning it
to the left extends it and turning it to the right shortens it. See Page E-22.
Focus adjustment ring
Turn this to adjust the focus.
See Page E-22.
Lens cap
Tilt adjustment lever
Press here to adjust the tilt foot. See Page E-22.
Zoom lever
Turn this to adjust the screen size. See Page E-22.
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A Check of the Supplied Items and the Names of the Parts
Document reading area
The document or printed material that you wish to
project in the OHP mode is placed here.
See Page E-30.
Speaker
(2 W, monaural)
Remote control IR sensor
Handle
Theft prevention lock
Please see the Note below.
Power input connector
Plug in the power cable here. See Page E-21.
Lamp unit cover (Underneath projector)
The projection lamp unit is located inside.
See Page E-42.
NOTE
About the anti-theft lock
The anti-theft lock is compatible with Kensington security cable
lock.
Contact the following for more information about the products.
7mm
3mm
Kensington Technology Group
2000 Alameda de las Pulgas
Second Floor
San Mateo, California 94403-1289, U.S.A.
Phone: (650) 572-2700
Fax: (650) 572-9675
URL: http://www.kensington.com
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A Check of the Supplied Items and the Names of the Parts
Names and Functions of the Parts (Input Connectors)
1
2
3
1. Test (maintenance) connector
This special connector is used at the time of maintenance
and factory tests. It cannot be used for other connections.
2. Personal computer audio input connector
This audio input connector is for use with the personal computer (Stereo supported). See Page E-16.
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5
6
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5. Video input connector
This input connector is for use with the video (NTSC / PAL /
SECAM). See Page E-20.
6. Audio input connectors for the video
Audio input connectors for use with the video. (Stereo supported)
See Page E-20.
3. Personal computer video input connector
This input connector is for use with the analog RGB of the
personal computer. See Page E-16.
4. S-video input connector
This input connector is for use with the (Y/C) video.
See Page E-20.
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NOTE: The sound of the left and right channels is output
from the monaural speaker.
7. USB connector
This connector is used for USB connections with a personal
computer.
A Check of the Supplied Items and the Names of the Parts
Names and Functions of the Parts (Operation Panel)
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3
2
5
1
6
7
1. POWER Button
Switches the power of the projector on or off (standby mode).
• Only this button is effective when the projection lamp is
off.
See Page E-21.
2. ON/STANDBY LED
Lit red during standby and lit green when the projection lamp
is on. See Page E-21.
3. LAMP/COVER LED
Lit green during projection. Lit red when the air filter or lamp
unit cover is not in place.
• At the time of the projection lamp lighting operation, the
LED flashes for about 6 seconds and then lights green.
• At the time of a projection lamp lighting failure, the LED
flashes green. (The flashing interval when the projection
lamp is off will be longer than when the LED flashes at
other times.)
• When the projection lamp is off, the LED flashes green for
60 seconds and then goes off.
• When the projection lamp has been used in excess of
1,900 hours, the LED flashes red; when use exceeds 2,000
hours the LED is lit a steady red.
See Page E-40.
4. TEMP LED
When the internal temperature has risen excessively, the LED
flashes red for 10 seconds, then is lit a steady red. See Page
E-40.
LED List
ON/STANDBY
Off
Red
LED State
LAMP/COVER
Off
Off
TEMP
Off
Off
Green
Flashing green
Off
Green
Green
Off
Red
Red
Off
Red
Off
Red
Green
Green
Significance
AC power OFF
Standby
Normal
Standby to start of projection condition
End of projection to standby
Projecting
Fan cover open
Power has
Lamp cover open
been
switched
Lamp burned out
Lamp usage exceeds 2,000 hours OFF
because of
Temperature fault
the alarm
Fan fault
Flashing red
Off
Lamp usage exceeds 1,900 hours Alarm
Green
Flashing red Abnormal temperature warning sounding
10
8
11
9
12
5. INPUT SELECT Buttons
These buttons select the input source.
OHP → PC → VIDEO → OHP →...
See Page E-23.
5. PORTRAIT/TRANSFER Button
During OHP selection: Changes the orientation of the projection screen. Changed screens are displayed in conjunction with the width. See Page E-23.
During PC selection: When a USB cable is connected, the
images stored internally are transferred to the personal computer. See Page E-28.
7. BRIGHTNESS Buttons
These buttons adjust the brightness of the projection screen.
See Page E-25.
8. SCROLL Buttons
Sets the selection of the item or the adjustment value at the
menu screen. Moves the zoom position during a zoom display. Moves the pointer when the pointer is being displayed.
See Pages E-23, 24, 27 and 29.
9. FREEZE/CAPTURE Button
Makes the projection screen image into a still image. In the
OHP mode, the image is stored in internal memory as a
thumbnail.
See Page E-26.
10. FREEZE OFF Button
Cancels the still image mode.
This is used when checking the projection screen while moving the document.
See Page E-27.
11. FREEZE LED
This LED is lit green during the still image display and is lit
orange at the time the display is frozen (or captured). The
LED goes off when the still image condition is cancelled.
12. ZOOM Buttons
These buttons adjust the magnification of the projection
screen. See Page E-24.
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A Check of the Supplied Items and the Names of the Parts
Names and Functions of the Parts (Remote Control)
5. ZOOM Buttons
These buttons adjust the magnification of the projection
screen.
1
2
3
See Page E-24.
6. MENU Button
Switches on or off the display of the menu screen.
4
See Page E-32.
5
7
6
9
8
11
10
7. SCROLL Buttons
Sets the selection of the item or the adjustment value at the
menu screen. Moves the zoom position during a zoom display. Moves the pointer when the pointer is being displayed.
See Pages E-23, 24, 27 and 29.
8. SET/POINTER Button
During menu display, this button advances the menu to the
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13
14
15
next level. This button finalizes the setting at the time of item
selection. See Pages E-29 and 32. This button displays a
pointer when the menu screen is not displayed. Press this
button one more time to make the pointer disappear.
9. PORTRAIT Button
Selects the orientation of the projection screen. The display
of the switched screen is adjusted to match the width.
See Page E-23.
1. POWER Button
Switches the power of the projector on or off (standby mode).
• Only this button is effective when the projection lamp is
off.
See Page E-21.
2. MUTE Button
Temporarily blanks the projection screen without switching
off the lamp. One more press causes the screen to return
immediately.
See Page E-29.
3. VOLUME Buttons
These buttons adjust the volume when the PC or video is
selected.
See Page E-28.
4. BRIGHTNESS Buttons
These buttons adjust the brightness of the projection screen.
See Page E-25.
10. FREEZE/CAPTURE Button
Makes the projection screen image into a still image. In the
OHP mode, the image is stored in internal memory as a
thumbnail.
See Page E-26.
11. FREEZE OFF Button
Cancels the still image mode.
This is used when checking the projection screen while moving the document.
See Page E-27.
12. OHP Button
Switches the projector to OHP input. See Page E-23.
13. PC Button
Switches the projector to PC input. See Page E-23.
14. VIDEO Button
Switches the projector to video input. See Page E-23.
15. THUMBNAIL Button
Displays the captured still image as a thumbnail.
See Page E-27.
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A Check of the Supplied Items and the Names of the Parts
Operation of the Remote Control
• Please use the remote control within a range of about 7 m from the remote control IR sensor of the projector (located at both
the front and rear) and within an angle of 10 degrees to the left and 10 degrees to the right. Note that this distance may be
shorter depending on battery consumption.
• The remote control will not function when there is an obstacle located between the remote control and the remote control IR
sensor of the projector.
Battery Replacement
Insulation sheet
Before Using the Projector
An insulation sheet has been inserted for protection during
transportation prior to shipping. Please pull out and remove
the sheet before use.
1
Firmly hold the remote control with your hand and insert the tip of a ballpoint pen or some other pointed
object into the hole on the rear side.
Note that there is the risk of scratching the case when
using a pointed item such as an awl.
2 Slide the battery holder toward you by pressing from
above with the pointed item, then remove the holder.
3
4
Insert the battery with the + side facing up as illustrated on the inside of the case.
Return the battery holder to its original state.
Handling of the Remote Control
• Do not subject the remote control to a strong shock such as dropping it from a table. Doing so could
damage it and render it inoperable.
• Do not expose it to water or other liquid. If the remote control becomes wet, wipe it dry immediately.
• Avoid exposure to heat and steam. Remove the coin-type lithium battery when the remote control will
not be used for an extended period.
CAUTION
• Do not disassemble or heat the coin-type lithium battery, nor throw it into a fire.
• Please follow the disposal method of your region in disposing of the used coin-type lithium battery.
• The remote control may fail to operate or performance may worsen when it is used near an inverter type
fluorescent lamp.
• Please store the coin-type lithium battery in a place that is out of the reach of children. If the battery is
swallowed, promptly seek the care of a doctor.
• Please handle the remote control with care, since there are some operations available only with it.
NOTE: When it is time to replace the battery, please purchase a CR2025 coin-type lithium battery. The use of batteries having a
different shape such as the CR2032 may make removal difficult.
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Procedure Up to Projection
1
Consideration of placement location and screen size
Determine the screen and projector setup location.
Set the projector on a strong and stable, level platform.
See Page E-15 for information about the projection distance and screen size.
2
Connections with input equipment
Connect your personal computer/video equipment.
Connections with the Personal Computer → See Page E-16
Connections with the Video Equipment → See Page E-20
3
Connect the power cable and switch on the power
Switch On the Power → See Page E-21
Switch Off the Power → See Page E-21
4
Switch on the power of the personal computer or video equipment
5
Properly adjust the projection image to the screen
→ See Page E-15
Perform the tilt adjustment of the projector to provide the desired projection height.
The tilt adjustment allows the position of the projection image to be raised and lowered. The adjustment angle is from 0
degrees to 7 degrees.
Tilt adjustment → See Page E-22
6
Select the input equipment
→ See Page E-23
7
Adjust the image or video
Adjust the image to provide the optimum condition, as required.
→ See Page E-36
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Projection Distance and Screen Size
Please use the following diagrams to determine the screen display size and the type of screen required for any given
projector location.
Projection distances that will be in focus will be 1.3 m (4.3 feet) to 11.3 m (37.0 feet) from the front of the lens. Please
arrange the setup within this range.
(inch)
350
300
300
250
Wide
200
200
150
150
100
100
Tele
80
60
40
150
100
80
50
200
60
40
30
0
0.0
0.0
2.0
6.6
4.0
13.1
6.0
19.7
8.0
26.2
10.0
32.8
12.0 (m)
39.4 (feet)
Projection Distance Table
Screen Size (Inch)
Diagonal
30
40
Projection Distance (m)
Wide
Tele
–
1.3
1.5
2.2
1.8
2.7
3.0
3.7
3.6
4.5
5.6
7.5
6.7
9.0
11.3
–
60
80
100
150
200
300
Projection Distance (feet)
Wide
Tele
–
4.3
5.9
4.9
7.2
9.8
8.9
11.8
12.1
18.4
14.8
22.0
24.6
37.1
29.5
–
Wide: The size of the projection image becomes maximum with
the projection image size adjustment using the zoom lens
Tele:
The size of the projection image becomes minimum with
the projection image size adjustment using the zoom lens
Setup Location
• Do not place the projector in locations that will reach high temperatures or low temperatures.
Operation ambient temperature: 0°C (32°F) to 35°C (95°F)
• Set the screen so that it is not exposed to direct sunlight or the light of direct illumination. When light
hits the screen, the screen show a white cast and will be difficult to watch.
In a bright room, the curtains should be drawn or blinds closed and the area around the screen kept
dark.
CAUTION
• Do not set up the projector in locations exposed to dampness, dust, greasy smoke or tobacco
smoke.
Doing so will result in the adhesion of dirt to lenses, mirrors, and other optical parts and cause a
degradation of image quality.
• Do not place the projector in a location where the ventilation vents will be blocked or in closed areas
having poor ventilation. Doing so will cause the temperature to rise and could cause a fire or accident. (The exhaust vents are at the front of the projector and the air intake vents are located at the
side.)
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Connections with the Personal Computer
Connection Precautions
• To protect this projector and the equipment to be connected, switch off the power of each unit before
making connections.
• Please read the various equipment instruction manuals for information about the connection of the
CAUTION
equipment and the method of use.
• When connection is made with a notebook computer and the image is displayed on the LCD screen
of the notebook computer, a proper display might not be obtained on projection screen. Switching
off the display of the notebook computer will result in a proper display. The method of switching off
the display of the notebook computer will differ depending on the PC manufacturer. Please read the
instruction manual of the notebook computer for details.
• Connection might not be possibly depending on the model and settings of the personal computer.
Please contact your dealer of purchase for further information.
Basic Connections
To the USB
connector of
the personal
computer
To the RGB output
connector of the
personal computer
To the audio output
connector of the
personal computer
Plug in the connection cable
and fasten with the screws
NOTE:
• Input Connectors → See Page E-10.
• Please see the "iP Viewer Software Program Operating Instructions" for the method of use when there is a USB cable
connection.
Connections with Personal Computers
PC connection cable RGB+USB (Supplied item)
iP-25
Audio cable with mini plugs (Commercially available)
NOTE:
• After connecting the RGB+USB cable, please set the personal computer external output and screen display.
• When the settings of the external output have not been made, "No signal being input" will be displayed.
• When a condition in which a signal has not been input continues for 15 minutes or longer, the lamp is turned off automatically.
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Connections with the Personal Computer
Connecting Macintosh Computers
• Attach the supplied (RGB+USB) cable if when the monitor output is a VGA port (mini D-SUB 15-pin).
• An optional Apple video adapter cable is required when the monitor output is a video port or DVI port.
• Please do not make a USB connection because iP Viewer does not support the Macintosh.
Personal Computer Input Connector
Personal Computer Input Connector
The personal computer input connector uses a 15-pin mini D-SUB type connector.
The pins and their corresponding signal inputs are described below.
5
4
10
15
3
9
14
2
8
13
1
7
12
6
11
q
w
e
r
t
RED VIDEO
GREEN VIDEO
BLUE VIDEO
GND
NC
y
u
i
o
!0
GND
GND
GND
NC
GND
!1
!2
!3
!4
!5
NC
SDA (DDC2B)
H.SYNC
V.SYNC
SCL (DDC2B)
NOTE: The RGB (15-pin) input connector of the projector is of the analog type. This cannot be connected with a digital
output type of personal computer.
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Connections with the Personal Computer
When the Image of the Personal Computer Screen Is Not Projected
Please check the matters described below when the image of the personal computer is not projected or when there is
projection but the image is not correct.
● The image is not projected
When the external output signal from the personal computer is not input to the iP-25E, "No signal being input" is displayed on the
display screen of the iP-25E. Should this occur, please check the following matters.
1
Try restarting the personal computer.
When the iP-25E is connected after the personal computer has been started, the connection of the iP-25E might not be
recognized by the personal computer. When the iP-25E has not been recognized, the external output signal from the personal
computer will not be output and there will not be an image to project.
2
Check the functions of the personal computer.
Depending on the notebook computer, some computers will require an operation to output a signal from the external output
connector. If this operation is not performed, the external output signal from the notebook computer will not be output.
Please see the instruction manual of the notebook computer you are using and perform the operation that will output the signal
from the external output connector.
(Operation Example)
IBM PC/AT and DOS/V computers:
Press the [Fn] key + "any one of the [F1] to [F12] keys (noting that the operation will differ depending on the model)"
PC98 notebook computers later than the Nr Series (with the exception of the PC-98NX):
Press the "Suspend Resume" switch.
Correspondence List for Connection Problems with the Personal
Manufacturer
External Output Switching Method
Manufacturer
External Output Switching Method
IBM
Fn+f7
DELL
Fn+f8
NEC
Parallel output
Switching from the Task Bar
Toshiba
Panasonic
Fn+f5
Fn+f3
COMPAQ
Fn+f3
Fn+f4
Fujitsu
Mitsubishi
Fn+f10
Fn+f5
Sharp
SONY
Fn+f5
Fn+f7
Apple
Control panel
→ monitor display switching
* This table indicates the results of an independent investigation by us of representative computers made
by various manufacturers; it does not include all of the connections.
* Company names and product names mentioned are the trade marks or registered trademarks of the
respective companies.
● The screen of the personal computer is correct, but the image is not projected properly
Please check the functions of the personal computer.
Even though the LCD screen of the notebook computer is properly displayed, the projected image might not be projected
properly. Due to restrictions of the notebook computer there will rarely be instances in which the setting of a simultaneous
display (i.e., simultaneous output of the external output signal while displaying the screen of the personal computer) will result
in a signal that greatly deviates from the range supported by the iP-25E and proper projection will not be possible.
Should this occur, a proper image will not be obtained even when adjustments are made with the iP-25E.
In some instances, the personal computer screen will be properly projected by the iP-25E when the simultaneous display is
cancelled and an operation is performed to output only the external output signal. Please see the instruction manual of the
notebook computer you are using for details.
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Connections with the Personal Computer
Table of Supported Input Signals (Personal Computer Video Input Connector)
Signals indicated with a “Yes” are supported. Note that depending on the model of personal computer, please perform
the screen adjustment of the "Image adjustment" → "Sync adjustment" menu if flickering or bleeding appear on the
projection screen.
→ See Page E-37
Resolution
Horizontal Frequency
Vertical Frequency
(Horizontal ⳯ Vertical)
(kHz)
(Hz)
NTSC RGB
–
–
15.7
60
No
PAL/SECAM RGB
–
–
15.6
50
No
Signal Name
Supported
PC-98 Normal*
640
400
24.8
56
Yes
PC-98 Hi
640
400
31.5
70
Yes
VGA-GR1
640
480
31.5
60
Yes
VGA-GR2*
640
400
31.5
70
Yes
VGA-GR3*
640
350
31.5
70
Yes
VGA-TX1*
720
400
31.5
70
Yes
VGA-TX2*
720
350
31.5
70
Yes
640 ⳯ 480 72Hz
640
480
37.8
72
Yes
640 ⳯ 480 75Hz
640
480
37.5
75
Yes
640 ⳯ 480 85Hz
640
480
43.2
85
Yes
Mac13" RGB
640
480
35.0
66
Yes
800 ⳯ 600 56Hz
800
600
35.1
56
Yes
800 ⳯ 600 60Hz
800
600
37.8
60
Yes
800 ⳯ 600 72Hz
800
600
48.0
72
Yes
800 ⳯ 600 75Hz
800
600
46.8
75
Yes
Mac16" RGB
832
624
49.7
74
Yes
1024 ⳯ 768 43Hz
1024
768
35.5
43
No
1024 ⳯ 768 60Hz
1024
768
48.3
60
Yes
1024 ⳯ 768 70Hz
1024
768
56.4
70
Yes
1024 ⳯ 768 75Hz
1024
768
60.0
75
Yes
1024 ⳯ 768 85Hz
1024
768
68.7
85
Yes
MAC19"1024 ⳯ 768
1024
768
60.2
75
Yes
MAC21"1152 ⳯ 864
1152
864
68.7
75
Yes
1280 ⳯ 960 60Hz
1280
960
60.0
60
Yes
1280 ⳯ 960 85Hz
1280
960
85.9
85
No
1280 ⳯ 1024 60Hz
1280
1024
64.0
60
Yes
1280 ⳯ 1024 75Hz
1280
1024
80.0
75
No
1280 ⳯ 1024 85Hz
1280
1024
91.1
85
No
1600 ⳯ 1200 60Hz
1600
1200
75.0
60
No
1600 ⳯ 1200 65Hz
1600
1200
81.3
65
No
1600 ⳯ 1200 70Hz
1600
1200
87.5
70
No
1600 ⳯ 1200 75Hz
1600
1200
93.8
75
No
1600 ⳯ 1200 85Hz
1600
1200
106.3
85
No
• When the resolution of the input signal is lower than 1024 ⳯ 768 dots, the image is enlarged and displayed; if the
resolution is higher than 1024 ⳯ 768 dots, the image is reduced and displayed.
• The signals above marked with (*) may not display properly when full keystone correction is applied. When using these
signals and applying keystone correction, please check the image while making the setting so that the image is not
adversely affected.
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Connections with Video Equipment
The video of a video tape deck or DVD player is projected onto a large screen.
iP-25E Projector side connector panel
To the video output connector
Video deck
To the audio output connectors
DVD player
NOTE:
• When both Video and S-video connections have been made, S-video will be given priority for display.
• When a video signal have a lot of noise, the image may be displayed in monochrome. Should this
occur, make a setting with the "Video select" menu to suit the input signal.
• When a condition in which a signal has not been input continues for 15 minutes or longer, the lamp is
turned off automatically.
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Connection of the Power Cable and On/Off Switching
Switch On the Power
1
Connect the power cable
The projector will enter the standby mode and
the ON/STANDBY LED will light in red.
To wall outlet.
2
Press the POWER button ( )
Operation with the
Remote Control
Operation with the
Projector
The fan will turn, the lamp will light, and the ON/STANDBY LED will light in
green. The LAMP/COVER LED will light in green.
• If the LED lights in red after the POWER button is pressed, projector trouble
is indicated.
→ See Page E-40
• Check that the lens cap has been removed before pressing the POWER
button.
The projector is now able to make a projection.
3
Switch on the power of the connected equipment
Switch Off the Power
1
Press and hold the POWER button ( ) for 1 second or longer
Operation with the
Projector
Operation with the
Remote Control
"Press POWER button again to turn off" will appear on the projection screen.
2
Press the POWER button ( ) one more time.
The lamp will go off.
• The LAMP/COVER LED flashes green and then goes off after about 60
seconds.
The ON/STANDBY LED lights in resistance.
• When the lamp is off, pressing the POWER button while the LAMP/COVER LED is flashing green will not switch the lamp
on again.
To switch the lamp on again, please press the POWER button again after the ON/STANDBY LED lights in red.
3
Disconnecting the Power Cable
The ON/STANDBY LED on the operation panel will go off.
• Do not disconnect the power cable while the lamp is on or while the ventilation fan is turning.
CAUTION
• Unplug the power plug of the projector from the wall outlet when the projector will not be used for an
extended period.
• When the reinserting the power plug into the outlet soon after having unplugged it, please allow a fixed
time (of about 10 seconds) before doing so.
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Adjustment of the Projection Image
Adjusting the Projection Image
Adjust the projection image to the screen.
Right angle
• When the image is shifted to the left or right, move the projector horizontally. (Align the center of the screen with the center of the
projector lens.)
• When the image is shifted up or down, use the tilt foot to adjust the projector vertically.
• When the image is slanted, turn the left or right tilt foot to adjust.
• When there is keystone distortion of the image, adjust with "Keystone" of the menu operations. → See Pages E-33 and 38.
Making Focus/Zoom Adjustments
Turn the focus ring/zoom lever of the projection lens and adjust the projection image.
Adjusting the Tilt (Slant)
Adjustment of the tilt foot allows the position and slant
of the projection image to be adjusted.
Press the left-right tilt adjustment lever and raise the
front of the projector. Release the lever when the desired height has been reached. Rotating the lowest
portion of the tilt foot permits fine adjustments to be
made. The tilt foot are lengthened by rotated to the left
and shortened by rotated to the right.
Up
Down
• Do not lengthen the tilt foot on only one side which would place the projector on an extreme slant. Doing
so could result in the projector slipping or falling over and could cause an accident or breakdown.
• When moving the projector, be sure to return the tilt foot to the original position.
CAUTION
• The air intake vents on the side of the projector draw in cooling air with a strong air current. When cloth
or paper adheres to and covers the air intake vents, the internal temperature rises and could cause an
accident or breakdown.
• Depending upon the material of the placement location, the rubber feet may soil on the placement
surface.
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Regular Operation
This section describes the use of direct operation using the projector and remote control buttons.
Please see the items on Page E-32 "Menu Operation Method" and Page E-35 "Menu Description" for information
about operation using the menu.
Select the Input
When the power of the projector is switched on, the input selection (OHP / PC / VIDEO) icon is displayed.
Operation with the Projector
Select the input using the INPUT SELECT buttons.
Each press switches the input one step in the sequence
of OHP → PC → VIDEO.
PC
VIDEO
Operation with the Remote Control
Select the input using the INPUT SELECT buttons.
OHP
NOTE:
• The input mode at starting time will be the same as it was the last time the projector was switched off.
• When the icon is displayed, either the left or right key permits input switching.
Changing the Orientation of the Projection Image
Effective Only with OHP Input
A
B
C
This operation switches the (vertical/horizontal) orientation of the currently projected image.
The display of the switched screen is adjusted to match the width.
Operation with the Projector
Press the PORTRAIT button.
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the PORTRAIT button.
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Regular Operation
To view the portion that has been cut off
Operation with the Projector
Press the SCROLL (왖왔) buttons and scroll the projection image up or down.
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the SCROLL (왖왔) buttons and scroll the projection image up or down.
A
B
C
• Pressing the ZOOM (–) button permits display of a large portion within the reading range of the vertical display. The undisplayed portion can be displayed with
the SCROLL (왖왔) buttons.
NOTE: When the orientation of the projection image is changed, even if the zoom function is in use, the display of the switched
screen will be adjusted to match the width, the same as with regular changes of orientation.
Enlarging and Reducing the Projection Image
This operation enlarges or reduces the size of projected image.
During OHP input, adjustment from the same size to 6.25 times (length ratio 2.5 times) is permitted, while during PC
or VIDEO input, adjustment from the same size to 16 times (length ratio 4 times) is permitted.
Operation with the Projector
Press the ZOOM button.
: Enlarge the size of the projected image
: Reduce the size of the projected image
Operation with the Remote Control
(+): Enlarge the size of the projected image
(–): Reduce the size of the projected image
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Regular Operation
Moving the Screen
Movement is possible in 4 directions (up, down, left, and right).
Operation with the Projector
Press the SCROLL (왖왔왗왘) buttons.
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the SCROLL (왖왔왗왘) buttons.
Adjusting the Brightness
To change the brightness, perform a manual adjustment using the method described below.
Operation with the Projector
Adjust using the BRIGHTNESS (
) buttons.
: Projection image becomes brighter
: Projection image becomes darker
Operation with the Remote Control
Brightness adjustment bar
Adjust using the BRIGHTNESS (+)/(-) buttons.
(+) : Projection image becomes brighter
(–) : Projection image becomes darker
NOTE: Once the brightness adjustment bar has been displayed, it will disappear after 10 seconds if there is no brightness
adjustment.
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Regular Operation
Capturing the Projection Image
Effective Only with OHP Input
/ Still Image Display
During OHP Input
Operation with the Projector
Pressing the FREEZE/CAPTURE button captures the OHP
image that is currently being projected and saves it as an
Press the FREEZE/CAPTURE button.
image file.
Captured images are automatically stored in the internal
memory as OHP history images for up to 32 pages.
The projected image will become a frozen (fixed) display.
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the FREEZE/CAPTURE button.
USB Connection Is Available
By transferring the images that are in memory to the personal computer, they can
be stored again in the 32-page memory.
The USB icon is displayed at the time of image capture. The icon display will differ
depending on the current number of memory pages.
(1 to 10 pages
/ 11 to 20 pages
/ 21 to 31 pages
/ 32 pages
)
Please see Page E-28 for information about the method of transfer.
USB Connection Is Not Available
Once 32 pages have been stored, each time a new image is captured, an old
image will be deleted.
The Freeze icon is displayed at the time of image capture.
1
32
2
Each time a new image is captured, the oldest image is deleted.
During PC/VIDEO Input
Each time the FREEZE/CAPTURE button is pressed, the currently projected image will be frozen (in a fixed display).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NOTE:
12 display.
10 during 11
9 is lit green
• The FREEZE LED
the still image
• A press of the FREEZE/CAPTURE button while a moving image is projected will result in a still image display at the existing
zoom magnification
15
16
13 and position.
14
• A press of the FREEZE/CAPTURE button at the time of still image of OHP will result in a return of the zoom magnification and
position to the original condition.
• A press of the projector INPUT SELECT buttons or one of the remote control OHP / PC / VIDEO buttons during a still image
display will cancel the still image of the PC or video deck. OHP will retain the still image.
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Regular Operation
Cancelling the Still Image Display
Operation with the Projector
Press the FREEZE OFF button.
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the FREEZE OFF button.
32
NOTE: The FREEZE LED will go off when the still image display is cancelled.
32
Viewing OHP History Images
Viewing captured images
Operation with the Projector
A list display of captured images is not available from
1
2
3
4
the operation panel of the projector.
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the THUMBNAIL button.
5
9
6
10
7
11
8
12
9
13
10
14
11
15
12
16
13
14
15
16
Full-screen Display of Thumbnail Images
Operation with the Projector
1
2
3
4
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
6
10
7
11
8
12
9
13
10
14
11
15
12
16
13
14
15
16
A full-screen display of captured images is not available
from the operation panel of the projector.
Operation with the Remote Control
Select the images that you would like to display full screen
using the SCROLL (왖왔왗왘) buttons and press the
POINTER/SET button.
NOTE: The FREEZE LED is lit orange during the thumbnail display.
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Regular Operation
Transferring Captured Images
When connection is made with a USB cable,
history images can be transferred to the per-
Operation with the Projector
Press the TRANSFER button.
sonal computer. Please switch the input to
"PC" and press the data TRANSFER button.
NOTE: Please see the attached “iP Viewer Program Quick Reference” or the “iP Viewer Software Program Operating Instructions” for information about the iP Viewer operation method.
Adjusting the Volume
Effective only During PC and VIDEO Input
Operation with the Projector
Volume adjustment cannot be made at the operation
panel of the projector.
Volume adjustment bar
Operation with the Remote Control
Adjust using the VOLUME (+/-) buttons.
NOTE: Once the volume adjustment bar has been displayed, it will disappear when 10 seconds have passed without a volume
adjustment operation being made.
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Regular Operation
Displaying the Pointer
This operation displays the pointer in the currently projected image.
Operation with the Projector
The ability to turn on and turn off the pointer is not available from the operation panel of the projector.
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the POINTER/SET button.
One more press of the POINTER/SET button while the
pointer is displayed will turn off the pointer display.
Moving the Pointer
Operation with the Projector
Press the SCROLL (왖왔왗왘) buttons.
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the SCROLL (왖왔왗왘) buttons.
See Page E-35 for information about the form, color, and size of the pointer.
NOTE:
• When the brightness is adjusted while the pointer is displayed, the pointer will disappear temporarily; however, it will reappear
soon.
Deleting the Projection Image and Audio
This operation deletes the currently projected image and audio without switching off the lamp.
Operation with the Projector
The ability to delete the projection image is not available from the
operation panel of the projector.
Operation with the Remote Control
Press the MUTE button.
NOTE: When a fixed period of time elapses (about 30 minutes) with the video/audio muted, a message will be displayed to check
whether to shut down the projector. Selection of "Yes" will set the projector to the standby mode, while a selection of "No" will again
delete the video/audio.
When there has been an absence of an operation for 15 seconds during the display of the above confirmation message, the
projector automatically enters the standby mode.
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Method of OHP Operation
Attaching the Document Cover
The mounting orientation of the document cover can be changed
to the opposite direction in accordance with the circumstances
circumstances.
NOTE: When removing the document cover, lift the cover by
both hands and remove it.
Preparation of the Projection Document
The document (printed material) that is to be projected is placed on the projector as illustrated in the diagram below
and the document cover is closed.
Horizontal document Top side
Vertical document
Top side
NOTE:
• The document can be projected even when the document cover has not been closed; however, in this instance, unnecessary items may be projected which will make the image difficult to view.
• When paper having luster such as magazine covers are placed on the projector, the internal fluorescent lamp light will be
picked up and the edges of the projected document may be messy.
Reading Size of Projection Documents
Consequently, when A4 paper (210 mm high and 297.5 mm wide) is placed on
the projector, reading will be as illustrated in the diagram below (which depicts
288 mm (Reading size)
the area that can be projected as the portion with diagonal lines).
The portion that falls outside of the reading range will not be projected;
therefore, shift the paper as required.
210 mm (Paper size)
A4 Paper
297 mm (Paper size)
216 mm (Reading size)
The maximum reading size of documents and printed material is 216 mm high
by 288 mm wide.
Other functions that are used in the OHP operation can be seen on the following pages:
● Switching the input to OHP → See Page E-23
● Changing the projection image to a still image display → See Page E-26
● Capturing a projection image → See Page E-26
● Viewing captured images → See Page E-27
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Menu Configuration
The adjustment/setting items and content will differ depending on the input selection and the permitted information will
be displayed on the menu for that input mode.
Pointer • Screen
Image adjustment
OHP/ PC / VIDEO Common
During OHP Input
During OHP History List Display
During PC Input
During OHP History Single-page Display
Settings
OHP / PC / VIDEO Common
During VIDEO Input
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Menu Operation Method
Names and Functions of the Buttons Used in Menu Operation
SCROLL 왖왔왗왘 Buttons
Used in the selection of menu names
and item names, and to set and ad-
POINTER/SET Button
Used to finalize a setting after
just item contents.
making the setting or adjustment.
MENU Button
Used to display a menu and
to close a menu.
Names and Functions of the Menu Parts
Menu tab
Switches to the various
menus when selected.
Cursor (Light blue)
Adjustment bar
Indicates the adjustment
Selects the item that you
would like to set or ad-
condition according to the
increase or decrease of
just.
the bar point.
Returns the set or adjusted item to
the standard value (shipping default
condition of our factory).
Sub menu icon
When an item containing this icon is selected, there
is a change to the sub menu.
Returns to the menu that is one layer higher.
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Menu Operation Method
Method of Menu Operation
This section describes the actual operation method. Adjustment of [Keystone] using the remote control is provided as
an example.
1
Press the MENU button and display the menu
2
Select [Settings] with the SCROLL 왗왘 buttons
Each press of the SCROLL 왘 button switches the menu one step in the sequence of [Pointer • Screen] → [Image
adjustment] → [Settings], and each press of the SCROLL 왗 button causes a return in the opposite direction.
3
Select [Keystone] with the SCROLL 왔 button
Move the cursor and select [Keystone].
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Menu Operation Method
4
Press the POINTER/SET Button
Switches the menu to the sub menu (i.e., the Keystone
adjustment menu).
5
Make the adjustment with the SCROLL 왗왘 buttons while checking the projection image
SCROLL 왗 button:
Each press causes the numerical value
to decrease.
(The lower portion of the projection im-
SCROLL 왘 button:
age becomes narrower.)
Each press causes the numerical value
to increase.
(The upper portion of the projection image becomes narrower.)
6
Press the MENU button and close the menu
This completes the [Keystone] adjustment.
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Menu Description
Pntr setting
This selects the shape, color, and size of the pointer.
䢇 Pointer shape ................. Selects the shape of the pointer from
2 types.
䢇 Pointer color ................... Selects the color of the pointer from
amongst 3 types (i.e., red, white, and
blue).
䢇 Pointer size .................... The size of the pointer can be
changed in 3 levels.
䢇 Mute mode ..................... Sets the image that will be displayed
at the time of screen deletion.
Black: Displays an entirely black
screen
Wallpaper: Displays an image that
was saved as wallpaper.
The following items will be displayed only during the projection of
the OHP history list screen.
䢇 Delete entire history ....... A confirmation screen will be displayed. Select "YES" and press the
POINTER/SET button to delete all of
the OHP history images that are
saved in the internal memory.
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Menu Description
The following items will be displayed only during the projection of
the page that was selected from the OHP history list.
䢇 Back page in history ...... Switches to the history screen that
was stored before the currently projected history screen.
䢇 Next page in history ....... Switches to the history screen that
was stored immediately after the currently projected history screen.
䢇 Save as wallpaper .......... A confirmation screen will be displayed. Select "YES" and press the
Set/Pointer button to save as wallpaper the currently displayed history
image.
NOTE:
• Horizontal images that are not being zoomed can be saved as
wallpaper.
• It may not be possible to save images having many colors or
images having a lot of fine patterns.
• When new wallpaper is saved, the previous wallpaper will be
deleted.
Image adjustment
This performs the settings and adjustments related to the
projected image.
During OHP input
When OHP input has been selected.
䢇 Red
(Red color adjustment) ....... Adjusts the deepness of the red color
in the range of -50 to 50.
䢇 Blue
(Blue color adjustment) ...... Adjusts the deepness of the blue color
in the range of -50 to 50.
When PC input has been selected
䢇 Contrast ......................... Adjusts the contrast of the projected
image in the range of -50 to 50.
䢇 Brightness ...................... Adjusts the brightness of the projected image in the range of -50 to
50.
䢇 Red
(Red color adjustment) ....... Adjusts the deepness of the red color
in the range of -50 to 50.
䢇 Blue
(Blue color adjustment) ...... Adjusts the deepness of the blue
color in the range of -50 to 50.
䢇 Sharpness ...................... Selects the sharpness of the projected image from amongst 5 levels.
As the numerical value increases, the
sharpness of the image is enhanced.
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During PC input
Menu Description
Sub menu: Sync adjustment
䢇 Clock .............................. Adjusts the horizontal size of the projected image in the range of -50 to
50.
䢇 Phase ............................. Adjusts the noise/flickering of the
projected image in the range of -50
to 50.
䢇 Horizontal ....................... Adjusts the horizontal position of the
projected image in the range of -50
to 50.
䢇 Vertical ........................... Adjusts the vertical position of the
projected image in the range of -50
to 50.
䢇 Auto adjustment ............. Performs sync adjustment automatically.
NOTE: Depending on the PC input signal, there might not be a change as far as from -50 to 50.
When VIDEO input has been selected
During VIDEO input
䢇 Contrast ......................... Adjusts the contrast of the projected
image in the range of -50 to 50.
䢇 Brightness ...................... Adjusts the brightness of the projected image in the range of -50 to
50.
䢇 Color .............................. Adjusts the deepness of the color in
the range of -50 to 50.
䢇 Hue ................................ Adjusts the hue in the range of -50
to 50. As the numerical value becomes lower, the color becomes
greenish and as the numerical value
increases, the color becomes reddish.
䢇 Sharpness ...................... Selects the sharpness of the projected image from amongst 5 levels.
As the numerical value increases, the
sharpness of the image is enhanced.
Sub menu: Video Select
This selects the input signal system.
Auto (detects the signal system automatically) / NTSC 3.58
/ NTSC 4.43 / SECAM / PAL B, G, H, I / PAL M / PAL N
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Menu Description
Settings
This performs settings related to the projector unit or while
the projector is in use.
䢇 Lamp usage time ........... Displays the usage time of the lamp.
"Replacement of the Lamp Unit" → See Page E-42
䢇 Input signal ..................... The name of the currently selected
input is displayed.
Setting Items
䢇 Keystone ........................ Performs keystone correction of the
projection image.
As the numerical value increases, the upper portion of the
projection image becomes narrower.
As the numerical value decreases, the lower portion of the
projection image becomes narrower.
䢇 Language selection ........ Selects from among the following
languages the language for use in
the menus and message indications:
Japanese, English, German, French,
Spanish, Italian, Chinese, and Korean.
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NOTE:
• When keystone correction has been applied, the resolution at the screen edges will degrade and small characters and
the like will become difficult to see. When you do not wish to have the resolution degradation, set the projector on a level
platform and set the numerical value of the Keystone menu to "0" (no correction).
• Compared to when keystone correction is not applied, the application of keystone correction results in a display image (of
characters, etc.) that appears somewhat blurred and this is related to the image processing that is performed.
• The maximum application of keystone correction when a resolution less than VGA resolution (of 640 ⳯ 480 dots) is
displayed might result in the disappearance of a portion of the image. Please see Page E-19 for details.
• The keystone correction adjustment range will differ depending on the video signal system.
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Menu Description
䢇 Projection mode ............. Selects the projection system of the
projector from between Front (front
projection) and Rear (rear projection).
䢇 Economy mode .............. ON (Economy mode):
The brightness of the lamp will be
approximately 80%. The lamp service life will be extended.
OFF (High brightness mode):
The brightness of the lamp will be
100%. There will be a bright screen.
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Maintenance
Fault Protection
The projector is equipped with a built-in protection circuit to prevent fire and breakdown due to faults.
When the LAMP/COVER LED lights in red
䡬 Measures to be taken
1. Disconnect the power plug from the outlet.
2. Properly install the air filter. See "Air Filter Cleaning" on Page E-45.
3. Properly install the lamp unit cover. See "Replacement of the Lamp Unit" on Page E-42.
When the TEMP LED flashes or lights steadily
䡬 Measures to be taken
1. Disconnect the power plug from the outlet.
2. Check the following matters and perform the countermeasure properly.
Is the ambient temperature
in excess of 35°C (95°F)?
Please use the projector in an operation ambient temperature of
0°C (32°F) to 35°C (95°F).
Are the ventilation vents
blocked?
Rearrange the setup location of the projector and separate the
projector from surrounding objects. See "Do Not Block the air
vents" on Page E-4.
Is the air filter blocked?
Clean the air filter.
See "Cleaning the Air Filter" on Page E-45.
Breakdown of an internal circuit could be the problem.
Please request repair at your dealer of purchase.
* The projector is running properly when the TEMP LED turn off.
* When the LAMP/COVER LED is lit red at the same time, please replace the lamp. See Page E-42 for information about the
replacement method.
* The flashing of the TEMP LED is a warning of a high temperature.
When the usage circumstances have not changed after 10 seconds have elapsed since the start of the flashing, the TEMP
LED changes to be lit steady and the lamp goes off.
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Maintenance
When the power has failed (When all the LED go off with the power ON)
䢇 Measures to be taken
1. Disconnect the power plug from the outlet.
2. Check the following matters and perform the countermeasure properly.
Is the ambient temperature in
excess of 35°C (95°F)?
Please use the projector in an operation ambient temperature of 0°C (32°F) to 35°C (95°F).
Are the ventilation vents
blocked?
Rearrange the setup location of the projector and separate
the projector from surrounding objects. See "Do Not Block
the air vents" on Page E-4.
Is the air filter blocked?
Breakdown of an internal circuit could be the problem.
Clean the air filter.
See "Cleaning the Air Filter" on Page E-45.
Please request repair at your store of purchase.
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Maintenance
Replacement of the Lamp Unit
Guidelines for the replacement of the projection lamp used in this projector are described below. (The time may be shorter
depending on usage conditions.)
When the usage time exceeds the time described below, the likelihood of rupture increases, the projector will be forced to
turn off the projection lamp.
Guideline for lamp replacement
䢇 Usage time when used only in the high brightness mode* .......... 1900 hours
䢇 Usage time when used only in the economy mode ..................... 2900 hours
Note that the "Lamp usage time" displayed on the menu screen is the value of the usage time of both the brightness mode
and the economy mode which has been converted to high brightness mode usage time.
It is for this reason that when the projector is always used in economy mode, 2900 hours is the lamp replacement
guideline for the actual usage time; however, on the menu screen the lamp usage time is 1900 hours which is the guideline for the lamp replacement time.
(*) See Page E-38.
When the lamp usage time has exceeded 1900 hours, please replace the lamp unit (available separately). Also, when the image
becomes dark or the hue worsens, we recommend to replace the lamp; please replace with a new lamp unit.
䢇 When messages such as the following appear when the lamp lights.
(This will be displayed when the lamp usage time exceeds 1900 hours.)
䢇 When "Lamp usage time" on the menu display screen becomes 1900 hours.
The LAMP/COVER LED flashes red.
The lamp usage time is displayed in the "Settings" menu and can be checked. (See Page E-38.)
䢇 When the LAMP/COVER LED lights in red without the lamp lighting.
(When the lamp usage time has exceeded 2000 hours.)
• Do not replace the lamp unit immediately after using the projector.
The lamp is high temperature and you could get burned. Disconnect the power plug from the outlet and
wait one hour or longer before replacing the lamp.
WARNING
• Do not touch the glass portion of the lamp unit with your hands. Doing so could lower the brightness
and shorten the life of the lamp.
• There is a large number of glass parts such as the lamp and mirrors that are used inside the projector.
If a glass part breaks, please exercise due caution in handling so that you are not injured by fragments.
Please request repair from the store of purchase or an AVIO customer support center.
CAUTION
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• Please specify the dedicated lamp unit of the MP/iP Series (Model: MPLK-C1).
Maintenance
Lamp Unit Replacement Procedure
To prevent burns, wait one hour or longer after
the lamp has been switched off before performing the following procedure.
Positioning protrusions
1
Remove the lamp unit cover
Using a minus screwdriver, loosen the screws
of the lamp unit cover, pull in the direction of
the arrow, and remove the cover.
2
Loosen the mounting screws of the lamp unit
Using a minus screwdriver, loosen the 2 screws of
the lamp unit.
3
Pull out the lamp unit
Hold the handle of the lamp unit and pull it up and out.
4
Install a new lamp unit
� Take the lamp unit and press it into the projector.
� Check that the 2 positioning protrusions are firmly
inserted into the 2 holes.
Positioning protrusions
� Tighten the 2 mounting screws of the lamp unit.
� Align the 2 tabs located on the lamp unit cover
with the projector and attach from the side of the
tabs. Tighten the mounting screws of the lamp
unit cover.
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Maintenance
5
Reset the lamp usage time
Please perform the operation indicated below in the standby mode (*).
Operation with the Projector
Press these
buttons in order while pressing the
but-
ton.
Operation with the Remote Control
Resetting of the lamp usage time cannot be performed with the remote
control.
The LAMP/COVER LED will flash green following this and projection will start.
* The power plug is plugged into a power outlet and only the ON/STANDBY LED is lit red.
CAUTION
• Do not reset the lamp usage time without replacing the lamp.
The likelihood of the lamp rupturing becomes higher when the lamp has been used in excess of 2000
hours.
6
Check that the indication of the lamp
usage time has become "0 H" as illustrated in the diagram to the right.
If the usage time has not been reset, please reset it
by following Step 5 again.
Check the lamp usage time by pressing the menu button
of the remote control to display the menu, then use the
scroll 왗왘 button to display the setup setting.
CAUTION
If the lamp is used without resetting the usage time, the correct lamp usage time will not be known;
therefore, be sure to reset the usage time after lamp replacement. When the indication exceeds 2000
hours, the projector will be forced to turn off the projection lamp.
NOTE:
• In the interest of safety, the lamp will not light when the lamp unit cover is off.
• The lamp units that are available separately are sold together with an air filter as a set in a lamp kit; therefore, please also
replace the air filter at the same time as lamp unit replacement. (See Page E-45.)
• Lamp units can be disposed of using the same disposal method as household fluorescent lamps in accordance with the
regulations of your region.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Air Filter
The air filter is an important part that prevents the intrusion of dust onto the optical parts and other parts inside the
projector. When the air filter becomes blocked, the internal temperature will rise and the rotation of the fan will also
increase leading to a reduction of the service life or causing breakdown. In view of this, the air filter should be cleaned
regularly (about once a month, when the projector is used 4 hours per day).
Note that the air filter should be replaced with a new one when it becomes difficult to clean out the dust.
Air Filter Cleaning Procedure
1
Remove the air filter cover
Press the 2 tabs of the air filter cover downward
while swinging the cover outward to remove the
air filter cover.
2
Vacuum away the dust
Remove the air filter from the cover and use a
vacuum to suck away the dust from the outside
surface of the air filter.
Remove the dust
from this side.
3
Install
Installation is performed by following the steps for
removal in reverse order. Press in the air filter cover
until a click sound is heard.
Air filter care and precautions
• Do not wash with water nor with hot water. Doing so will cause blockage.
CAUTION
• Do not wipe with a cloth or damp rag. Doing so will cause blockage.
• Be careful not to forget to install the air filter. Leaving the projector without a filter installed will allow dust
to enter the inside of the projector and the image quality may worsen.
• When the air filter is damaged, be sure to replace it with a new air filter (available separately as the
MPAF-C1). Use of the projector with a damaged filter will result in dust entering the inside of the
projector and this will cause the image quality to worsen.
NOTE: The lamp will not light unless the air fiter is installed.
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Troubleshooting
When you think the projector may be out of order, please first check the following matters before requesting repair.
Symptom
Power does not come on
Please check this
• Is the power cable connected?
Projection lamp does not light • Is the lamp burned out?
Reference page
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• Is the lamp unit cover installed?
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• Is the air filter installed?
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• Is the internal temperature high? If so, the lamp will not light
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to protect the projector from damage.
There is no image
• Is the lamp usage time in excess of 2000 hours?
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• Has the connected input been selected?
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• Is the cable of the connected equipment properly connected?
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• Have "Brightness" and "Contrast" of the "Image adjustment"
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menu been set all the way to the minus side?
Image is distorted
Image is blurred
• Have you checked the functions of the personal computer?
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• Is the projector set up properly?
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• Has keystone correction been applied?
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• Has the focus been adjusted?
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• Is the projection distance within the range that can be
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properly focused?
• Has keystone correction been applied?
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• Is the lens cap attached?
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The image flickers
• Please adjust "Phase" of the "Sync adjustment" menu.
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The image is out of adjustment
• Are the settings of the "Sync adjustment" menu suitable?
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The color is not right
• Please adjust "Phase" of the "Sync adjustment" menu.
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There is no sound
• Is the volume adjustment set to the minimum?
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There is a snap sound
• This sound is associated with the minute expansion or
–
from the cabinet
shrinkage of the cabinet due to a change of the temperature.
It has no effect on performance or anything else.
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The TEMP LED lights
• Follow the instructions on the "Fault Protection" measures
The LAMP/COVER LED
• Is the air filter disengaged?
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lights in red
• Is the lamp unit cover disengaged?
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• Is the lamp usage time in excess of 2000 hours?
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The remote control will
• Is the battery exhausted? Or is it weak?
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not work
• Is the remote control IR sensor exposed to illumination or
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page.
other light?
At the time of personal
computer input selection, the
position of the video is shifted,
or the display is compressed
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• Is the remote control IR sensor blocked?
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• Is an inverter device located close by?
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• Please adjust using the "Sync adjustment" menu.
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Repair Service
Repair Service Procedure
• Before asking for repair service, check the Troubleshooting section on page E-46 once more. If this check confirms a problem,
contact the dealer where you bought the product.
• When asking for repair service, provide your dealer with the following information:
Description of the problem (as many details as possible)
Date of purchase
Your Name
Your Address
Telephone number
Product name and model No. (written on the label at the bottom of the projector)
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Specifications
Model Name
Type
Main Part
Specification
LCD Panel
iP-25
3 primary Color LCD Shutter Projection Type
Size
0.7 inches x 3 Panels, Aspect Ratio 4:3
Drive System
Poly Silicon TFT Active Matrix with Micro Lens Array
Number of Pixels
786,432 pixels (1,024 x 768 dots)⳯3
Arrangement
Stripe
Projection Lens
Manual Zoom: 1 to 1.2x
Optical Source
180W Super High-pressure Mercury Lamp
Image Size
30-300 inches diagonal (projection distance 1.3 to 11.3 m)
Color Reproducibility
Full color (16,770,000 colors)
Brightness
2000 ANSI lumens
Scan Frequency
Horizontal 21 to 68.7 kHz, Vertical 50 to 85 Hz
Maximum Resolution
At RGB signal input
1,024⳯768 dots (Compressed display of 1,280⳯1,024 dots is possible.)
OHP
Scanner
2 Mega-pixels color CCD camera
PC
Signal system
Separate Signal System
Video Input
288 mm⳯216 mm (11.3 in⳯8.5 in)
(Analog
Video signal
Analog: 0.7Vp-p/75Ω
RGB Input)
Sync Signal
Separate/composite: TTL Level (positive/negative)
Sync on green: 0.3 Vp-p (Negative)
15 pin Mini D-sub 1 ch
Signal system
NTSC/PAL/SECAM/PAL-N/PAL-M/NTSC4.43
Input Terminal
RCA Pin Jack 1 ch, S-Video (Mini DIN4-pin) 1ch
Audio Signal
0.4Vrms/47KΩ
Input Terminal
Stereo Mini Jack 1 ch
Audio Signal
0.4Vrms/47KΩ
Input Terminal
Audio Output
RCA Pin Jack 1 ch
1 system USB connector (Mini B type)
2W monaural
Operating Range of Temperature and Humidity
Temperature: 0 to 35°C (32 to 95°F), humidity: 20 to 80% (no condensation)
Power Source
100-120 / 220-240V AC , 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
290W (100-120V AC), 280W (220-240V AC)
Input Current
2.9A (100-120V AC), 1.2A (220-240V AC)
External Dimensions (mm/in)
310 (W) ⳯ 405(D) ⳯ 140(H) / 12.2 (W) ⳯ 15.9(D) ⳯ 5.5(H)
Audio Input
Video
Terminal Panel
PC
Video
USB Connector*
(not including protrusions, Including the cover)
Weight
5.6kg / 12.3lbs
Accessories
Power Cable (3 m/3.3 yd), Remote Control, User's Manual, Battery (Coin-type
lithium battery: CR2025), PC cable, Lens cap, Replacement air filter
Regulation
UL Approved (UL 60950, CSA 60950)
Meets FCC Class A requirements
Meets AS/NZ CISPR22 Class A
Meets EMC Directive (EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3)
Meets Low Voltage Directive (EN60950, TUV GS Approved)
* USB connectors are not guaranteed to work with all personal computers.
• Specifications and designs are subject to change without prior notice in order to improve the product.
LCD panels are inherently susceptible to pixel defects.
The specifications are subject to change without notice.
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