Crimestopper Security Products CS-2004TW2 Automobile Alarm User Manual

Operating Instructions
DLPTM Based Projector Commercial Use
PT-D7700E
PT-DW7000E
ON
POWER
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
Model No.
OFF
AUTO
SETUP
RGB
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
MENU
FREEZE
1
AUX
2
SHUTTER
SHUT
PAGE UP
ENTER
FRANÇAIS
PAGE DOWN
ON SCREEN
1
STD
2
4
FUNC
1
5
7
LENS
8
OSD
3
SYSTEM
SEL
D.ZOOM
6
BRIGHT
NEXT
ASPECT
LIGHT
ID ALL
0
USER
ID SET
LASER ON/OFF
Projector
ESPAÑOL
Numetric
ITALIANO
Computer
CONTRAST
9
Read these instructions completely before operating this unit.
TQBJ 0147-3
Dear Panasonic Customer:
This instruction booklet provides all the necessary operating information that you might require. We hope it will help
you to get the most performance out of your new product, and that you will be pleased with your Panasonic DLPTM
based projector.
The serial number of your product may be found on its back. You should note it in the space provided below and
retain this booklet in case service is required.
Model number: PT-D7700E / PT-DW7000E
Serial number:
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
WARNING: To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose
this appliance to rain or moisture.
Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3. GSGV, January 18 1991: The sound pressure level
at the operator position is equal or less than 70 dB (A) according to ISO 7779.
WARNING:
1) Remove the plug from the wall outlet when this unit is not in use for a prolonged period of time.
2) To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified
service personnel.
3) Do not remove the earthing pin on the power plug. This apparatus is equipped with a three prong earthingtype power plug. This plug will only fit an earthing-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable
to insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician. Do not defeat the purpose of the earthing plug.
CAUTION:
To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions, which include using the shielded
interface cables when connecting to a computer or peripheral device.
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IMPORTANT: THE MOULDED PLUG (U.K. only)
FOR YOUR SAFETY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
ENGLISH
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the
replacement fuse has a rating of 13 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSl to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
or the BSl mark
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is
replaced. If you lose the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is
obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from an Authorized Service Centre.
If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for the socket outlet in your home, then the fuse
should be removed and the plug cut off and disposed of safely. There is a danger of
severe electrical shock if the cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp socket.
If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: –THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IMPORTANT: –The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code: –
Green-and-Yellow: Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the
plug which is marked with the letter E or by the Earth symbol
or coloured GREEN or
GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
FU SE
How to replace the fuse. Open the fuse compartment with
a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
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Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE ..................................2
Precautions with regard to safety ............................5
Accessories ................................................................7
Precautions on handling ...........................................8
Examples of system expansion................................9
Name and function of parts.....................................10
Remote control ................................................................10
Front and side of the projector ........................................12
Rear view of the main unit ...............................................13
Controls on rear panel .....................................................13
Side-mounted connection terminals ................................14
Using the remote control unit .................................15
Loading dry cells .............................................................15
Effective range of remote control operation ....................15
Setting projector ID number to remote control ................16
Using the remote control as a PC mouse........................17
Using a wired remote control...........................................17
Installation ................................................................18
Adjusting the leveling feet ...............................................18
Projection scheme...........................................................18
Installation geometry .......................................................18
Projection distances by the type of projection lenses (optional)..19
Connection ...............................................................22
Before starting connection...............................................22
Example of connecting with VIDEO devices ...................23
Example of connecting with personal computers ............24
Example of connecting with the signal selector...............25
Installation of input module (optional) ...................26
Installing the input module...............................................26
Connecting signals to the input module ..........................28
Connecting the signal to the SD-SDI input module .........29
Connecting the signal to the HD/SD-SDI input module...30
Connecting signals to the DVI-D input module................31
How to install and remove the projection lens (optional)...32
How to install the projection lens.....................................32
How to remove the projection lens ..................................32
Projection..................................................................33
Powering up the projector ...............................................33
Making adjustment and selection ....................................33
Powering off the projector ...............................................34
How to adjust the lens .............................................35
How to adjust the lens focus, lens zoom and lens shift (optical shift)..35
Adjustment range after lens position (optical shift)..........35
How to adjust the lens for addressing unevenness of focusing ..36
Automatic adjustment (AUTO SETUP) ...................37
Registration of input signal data ............................38
Registration of new data..................................................38
Renaming the registered signals.....................................38
Clearing the data of registered signals ...............................39
Sub memory ....................................................................40
Using the FREEZE function ....................................42
Using the SHUTTER function..................................42
Using the digital zoom (– D.ZOOM +) function ...............42
On-screen menus.....................................................43
Structure of menu screens ..............................................43
Basic operations on menu screen ...................................44
Returning to the previous screen ....................................44
Menu items shown in gray characters .............................44
Menu items setting ..........................................................44
Resetting to the factory default........................................44
Adjusting the picture ...............................................45
Switching the picture mode .............................................45
Adjusting Contrast / Bright / Colour / Tint ........................46
Registering the picture mode settings as presettings......47
DYNAMIC IRIS setting ....................................................48
Adjusting the colour temperature ....................................49
Sharpness / Gamma / Noise reduction ...........................50
To display pictures complying with the sRGB standard ..50
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Adjusting the position .............................................51
Shift adjustment...............................................................51
Size adjustment...............................................................52
Clock phase adjustment ..................................................53
Keystone distortion correction .........................................54
How to use ADVANCED MENU ...............................55
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY ...........................................55
Blanking adjustment ........................................................56
Adjusting the input resolution ..........................................57
Adjusting the clamp position............................................58
Edge blending adjustment...............................................59
Raster position ................................................................61
Changing the display language ..............................62
How to change the system format..........................63
Option settings.........................................................64
ID number setting ............................................................64
Installation Setting ...........................................................65
Lamp select .....................................................................66
Lamp power.....................................................................66
RS232C SETTING (Procedure of setting
communication conditions) ..............................................67
Position of on-screen indications.....................................67
System information..........................................................67
Adjusting colour matching ...............................................68
Adjusting the colour matching using a colorimeter ..........69
Video setting....................................................................70
DVI EDID (Only when the ET-MD77DV
input module is installed) .................................................70
Automatic adjustment......................................................70
Output resolution (D7700E only) .....................................71
Auto signal.......................................................................71
Fan control ......................................................................71
P IN P ..............................................................................72
Setting FUNC1 ................................................................73
Password.........................................................................73
Using the serial terminals .......................................74
Examples of connection .................................................74
Pin assignments and signal names.................................74
Communication conditions (Factory setting) ...................74
Basic format ....................................................................74
Control commands ..........................................................75
Cable specifications ........................................................75
Using the REMOTE 2 terminal ................................76
Displaying the internal test pattern ........................77
Cycle of displayed internal test patterns..........................77
RS-422 control functions.........................................77
Setting the security..................................................78
Setting the password.......................................................78
Changing the password...................................................79
Setting the text ................................................................79
Changing the text ............................................................79
How to use CP OPTION ...........................................80
Setting the on-screen indication function ........................80
Setting the system format................................................81
How to use network function (optional).................82
Initial setting of network function .....................................83
Accessing from the Web browser....................................85
Returning the network function setting
back to the factory setting ...............................................95
Indication of monitor lamp ......................................96
Cleaning and replacement of air filter....................97
Procedure of cleaning .....................................................97
Replacement of lamp unit .......................................98
Timing of lamp unit replacement .....................................98
Procedure of lamp unit replacement ...............................99
Before asking for service ......................................101
Specifications.........................................................102
Appendix.................................................................104
Outside dimensions...............................................105
Precautions with regard to safety
WARNING
If a problem occurs (such as no image) or if you notice smoke or a strange smell coming
from the projector, turn off the power and disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.
• Do not continue to use the projector in such cases, otherwise fire or electric shocks could result.
• Check that no more smoke is coming out, and then contact an Authorized Service Centre for repairs.
• Do not attempt to repair the projector yourself, as this can be dangerous.
Do not install this projector in a place which is not strong enough to take the full weight
of the projector.
• If the installation location is not strong enough, it may fall down or tip over, and severe injury or damage could
result.
• Installation work (such as ceiling suspension) should only be carried out by a qualified technician.
• If installation is not carried out correctly, there is the danger that injury or electric shocks may occur.
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If foreign objects or water get inside the projector, or if the projector is dropped or the
cabinet is broken, turn off the power and disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.
• Continued use of the projector in this condition may result in fire or electric shocks.
• Contact an Authorized Service Centre for repairs.
Do not cover the air filter, the air inlet and exhaust vents.
• Doing so may cause the projector to overheat, which can cause fire or damage to the projector.
Do not overload the wall outlet.
• If the power supply is overloaded (for example, by using too many adapters), overheating may occur and fire
may result.
Do not remove the cover or modify it in any way.
• High voltages which can cause fire or electric shocks are present inside the projector.
• For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact an Authorized Service Centre.
Clean the power cord plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust.
• If dust builds up on the power cord plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation, which could result in
fire. Pull the power cord out from the wall outlet and wipe it with a dry cloth.
• If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the power cord plug out from the wall outlet.
Do not do anything that might damage the power cord or the power cord plug.
• Do not damage the power cord, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it excessively,
twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle.
• If the power cord is used while damaged, electric Shocks, short-circuits or fire may result.
• Ask an Authorized Service Centre to carry out any repairs to the power cord that might be necessary.
Do not handle the power cord plug with wet hands.
• Failure to observe this may result in electric shocks.
Insert the power cord plug securely into the wall outlet.
• If the plug is not inserted correctly, electric shocks or overheating could result.
• Do not use plugs which are damaged or wall outlets which are coming loose from the wall.
Do not place the projector on top of surfaces which are unstable.
• If the projector is placed on top of a surface which is sloped or unstable, it may fall down or tip over, and injury or
damage could result.
Do not place the projector into water or let it become wet.
• Failure to observe this may result in fire or electric shocks.
Do not disassemble the lamp unit.
• If the lamp section breaks, it may cause injury.
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Precautions with regard to safety
Do not place liquid containers on top of the projector.
• If water spills onto the projector or gets inside it, fire or electric shocks could result.
• If any water gets inside the projector, contact an Authorized Service Centre.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the projector.
• Do not insert any metal objects or flammable objects into the projector or drop them onto the projector, as doing
so can result in fire or electric shocks.
After removing the battery from remote control unit, keep it away from the reach of children.
• The battery can cause death by suffocation if swallowed.
• If the battery is swallowed, seek medical advice immediately.
Do not allow the + and - terminals of the battery to come into contact with metallic
objects such as necklaces or hairpins.
• Failure to observe this may cause the battery to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.
• Store the battery in a plastic bag and keep it away from metallic objects.
Insulate the battery using tape or similar before disposal.
• If the battery comes into contact with metallic objects or other batteries, it may catch fire or explode.
Replacement of the lamp unit should only be carried out by a qualified technician.
• The lamp unit has high internal pressure. If improperly handled, failure might result.
• The lamp unit can easily become damaged if struck against hard objects or dropped, and injury or malfunctions
may result.
Caution
Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may
come into contact with smoke or steam.
• Using the projector under such conditions may result in fire or electric shocks.
When disconnecting the power cord, hold the plug, not the cord.
• If the power cord itself is pulled, the cord will become damaged, and fire, short-circuits or serious electric shocks
may result.
Always disconnect all cables before moving the projector.
• Moving the projector with cables still attached can damage the cables, which could cause fire or electric shocks
to occur.
Do not place any heavy objects on top of the projector.
• Failure to observe this may cause the projector to become unbalanced and fall, which could result in damage or injury.
Do not short-circuit, heat or disassemble the battery or place it into water or fire.
• Failure to observe this may cause the battery to overheat, leak, explode or catch fire, and burns or other injury
may result.
When inserting the battery, make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct.
• If the battery is inserted incorrectly, it may explode or leak, and fire, injury or contamination of the battery
compartment and surrounding area may result.
Use only the Specified battery.
• If an incorrect battery is used, it may explode or leak, and fire, injury or contamination of the battery
compartment and surrounding area may result close to this port, otherwise burns or damage could result.
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Do not look into the lens while the projector is being used.
• Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. If you look directly into this light, it can hurt and damage your eyes.
Do not bring your hands or other objects close to the air outlet port.
• Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not bring your hands or face, or objects which cannot withstand heat.
Do not use the old lamp unit.
• The lamp section may break.
Replacement of the lamp unit should only be carried out after it has completely cooled
off, otherwise burns may result.
Disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet as a safety precaution before
carrying out any cleaning.
• Electric shocks can result if this is not done.
Ask an Authorized Service Centre to clean inside the projector at least once a year.
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• If dust is left to build up inside the projector without being cleaned out, it can result in fire or problems with
operation.
• It is a good idea to clean the inside of the projector before the season for humid weather arrives. Ask your
nearest Authorized Service Centre to clean the projector when required. Please discuss with the Authorized
Service Centre regarding cleaning costs.
Do not reach for the openings beside the optical lens, during horizontal or vertical
movements of the lens there is a injury hazard.
An effort to keep our environment clean, Please bring the non repairable unit your Dealer
or a Recycling Company.
Accessories
Check that all of the accessories shown below have been included with your projector.
Remote control:
[N2QAGB000024 x 1]
ON
POWER
Power cord:
for U.K.
[K2CT3FZ00003 x 1]
Wired cable for remote
control:
[15m, K1EA03NA0001 x 1]
Dry batteries for remote
control (AA):
OFF
AUTO
SETUP
RGB
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
MENU
FREEZE
1
AUX
2
SHUTTER
SHUT
PAGE UP
for Continental
[K2CM3FZ00003 x 1]
ENTER
PAGE DOWN
ON SCREEN
1
STD
2
4
FUNC
5
OSD
3
SYSTEM
SEL
D.ZOOM
1
6
BRIGHT
7
LENS
8
9
NEXT
ASPECT
LIGHT
ID ALL
Computer
Numetric
CONTRAST
0
USER
ID SET
LASER ON/OFF
Projector
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Precautions on handling
Precautions on transport
The projection lens is susceptible to vibrations and
impacts. Be sure to always remove the lens during
transport.
Precautions on installation
Be sure to observe the following precautions when
installing the product.
Avoid installing the product in a place
exposed to vibrations or impacts.
If the projector is installed in a place where
vibrations are transmitted from a source of
driving power and others or mounted in a car or
a vessel, vibrations or impacts may be
transmitted to the product to damage the internal
parts, causing failure. Install the product in a
place free from vibrations and impacts.
Do not install the projector near highvoltage power lines or power sources.
The product may be exposed to interference if it
is installed in the vicinity of high-voltage electrical
power lines or power sources.
Do not place the projector on a vinyl
sheet or carpet.
If a vinyl sheet sucked up and blocks the air filter
intake port, the internal temperature of the
projector may increase, which triggers the
protection circuit, turning off the power.
Be sure to ask a specialized
technician when to install the
product to a ceiling.
If the product is to be installed hanging from the
ceiling, purchase an optional hanging attachment
(for high ceiling: Model No. ET-PKD75) (for low
ceiling: Model No. ET-PKD75S) and call a
specialized technician for installation.
Do not place the projector over 2 700 m
above sea level. When using it over 1 400
m above sea level, set the “Fan Control”,
described on page 71, to “HIGHLAND”.
Otherwise the life of the product may be
shortened.
Precautions on use
To view clear images:
• The audience cannot enjoy high-contrast and
clear images if outside light or the illumination
interferes the screen surface.Draw window
curtains or blinds, turn off the lightings near the
screen or take other proper measures.
• In rare cases, wafture can occur on the screen
affected by the warm air from the exhaust port
depending on the environment.
Do not touch the surface of the
projection lens with bare hand.
If fingerprints or stains are left on the projection
lens surface, they are magnified and projected
on the screen. Keep your hands away from the
lens. Cover the lens with the supplied lens cap
when the projector is not used.
Screen
If the screen has stains, flaws or discoloration,
clear images cannot be viewed. When handling
the screen, be careful not to apply volatile
substances or leave flaws or stains on the screen.
Lamp
A mercury lamp with high internal pressure is used
for the light source of this product. A high-pressure
mercury lamp has the following characteristics:
• It may burst with a loud sound or end its life
cycle by not illuminating because of given
impacts, flaws, or deterioration due to used
hours.
• The life cycle of a mercury lamp varies according
to the individual difference or conditions of use.
In particular, turning the power on and off
frequently and/or repeatedly will greatly affect
the life cycle.
• In rare cases, it may burst shortly after the first
lighting.
• The possibility of burst increases when the lamp
is used beyond the replacement time.
Disposal
To discard the product, call the dealer or a specialized
dealer.
Cleaning and maintenance
Be sure to remove the power cord plug from the receptacle before cleaning.
Use soft and dry cloth to clean the cabinet
If stains are hard to remove, use a cloth dampened with a kitchen detergent solution (neutral) and squeezed
to wipe the cabinet and finish with a dry cloth. If a chemical wipe is used, follow its instructions.
Do not clean the lens surface with fuzzy or dusty cloth.
If dust adheres to the lens, it will be magnified and projected on the screen.
Use a soft and clean cloth to wipe off dust.
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Examples of system expansion
The projector is provided with a number of terminals and optional accessories to enable various system expansions.
Both input and output are provided to all terminals on the main unit.
The following are some examples of system expansion:
System 2
Stacking two projectors with the
stacking brackets can double the
picture brightness.
The optional high- or low-ceiling mount
bracket flexibly fits the projector in
individual site conditions.
System 3
System 4
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System 1
PC equipped with a DVI-D input module (an
optional item) can be attached to the
projector for computer image viewing
(Realization of high-resolution picture.)
Connection of a signal selector enables to
feed a variety of video sources to the
projector.
Digital broadcasting tuner
or DVD player
Control PC
Signal selector
(Option)
Video deck
POWER
OFF
ON
OFF
1
2
INPUT SELECT
3
4
5
VP
6
ON/OFF
Signal Selector TW-SWS
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Name and function of parts
Remote control
ON
POWER
OFF
AUTO
SETUP
RGB
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
MENU
FREEZE
1
AUX
2
SHUTTER
SHUT
PAGE UP
ENTER
PAGE DOWN
ON SCREEN
1
STD
2
4
FUNC
5
OSD
3
SYSTEM
SEL
D.ZOOM
1
6
BRIGHT
7
LENS
8
ASPECT
LIGHT
ID ALL
Numetric
< When the operation mode selector
set to Projector >
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Remote control operation indicator lamp
The lamp flashes when any remote control button
is pressed.
POWER ON button (page 33)
Turns on the power if the MAIN POWER has been
put to the “l” position.
POWER OFF button (page 34)
Turns off the power if the MAIN POWER has been
put to the “l” position.
AUTO SET UP button (page 37)
Pressing this button while projecting an image
automatically corrects the picture positioning on the
screen. While the auto setup feature is active, a
message “PROGRESS...” appears on the screen.
Input selector (RGB1, RGB2, AUX, VIDEO,
S-VIDEO) button
Use to toggle through the RGB1, RGB2, AUX
(module input), VIDEO and S-VIDEO input ports.
SHUTTER button (page 42)
Press this button to black out the image
temporarily.
MENU button (page 44)
Displays and clears the Main Menu. It can also
return to the previous screen when the menu is
displayed.
FREEZE button (page 42)
Press this button to freeze the image temporarily.
Arrow
buttons (page 44)
Use these buttons to select an item on the menu
screen, change setting and adjust the level.
Also use them to enter the “SECURITY” password.
ENTER button (page 44)
Press this button to enter your menu selection or to
run function.
ON SCREEN button
This button turns on and off the on-screen
indication function.
10
9
NEXT
Computer
CONTRAST
0
USER
ID SET
LASER ON/OFF
Projector
Standard (STD) button (page 44)
Press this button to restore the default factory setting.
SYSTEM SELECTOR button (page 63)
System switching can be done.
Function 1 (FUNC1) button (page73)
This button can control the functions set in
“FUNC1” of the “Option” screen from Main Menu.
Digital Zoom (- D.ZOOM +) buttons (page 42)
Any portion of the picture can be zoomed in.
LENS button (page 35)
Switches to the mode of projection lens
adjustment.
CONTRAST button (page 46)
Switches to the mode of image contrast
adjustment.
BRIGHT button (page 46)
Switches to the mode of black level adjustment.
NEXT button
When multiple signal selectors are connected to
the main unit in the system, this button specifies
the second signal selector or beyond. With the ID
set button pressed, every press on the button will
change the value in the ten’s place.
ASPECT button
Switches the image aspect ratio to 4:3, 16:9.
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CONTRAST
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USER
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Projector
LIGHT button (
Click button)
When this button is pressed, the remote control
button light is turned on.The light goes off about 30
seconds after you stop remote control operation.
USER button
Displays the sub-memory screen of the signal
registration.
ID ALL button (pages 16, 64)
When two or more main units are used in the
system, this button switches to the mode to control
them simultaneously with a single remote control.
ID SET button (pages 16, 64)
When two or more main units are used in the
system, this button specifies the ID of the remote
control.
Remote control wired terminal (page 17)
To use the wired output terminal, connect the
remote control and the main unit with the supplied
cable.
Remote control transmitter window
Operate the remote control aiming at the remote
control receiver window on the main unit.
<When the operation mode selector
set to Computer>
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PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN buttons
These buttons correspond to the PAGE UP/PAGE
DOWN buttons on PC's keyboard.
(
) buttons (page 17)
These buttons correspond to the left and right
mouse buttons.
ENTER button
Moves the mouse cursor.
Numeric (0-9) buttons
In a system that uses two or more units of this
projector or in a system that connects to an
optional signal selector, these buttons specify a
particular projector unit or the input of the signal
selector. They are also used to input the ID
number when selecting the ID and to enter the
password when the password for service
personnel needs to be entered.
Operation mode selector (Computer/Numeric,
Projector) switch (page 17)
Put this selector to the right position to control the
projector and to the left position to control the PC
or use numeric buttons.
Click button (page 17)
This button corresponds to the left mouse button
when the operation mode is switched to the
Computer position.
Note
• To use the remote control as a mouse,
please purchase an optional wireless
mouse receiver (model No.: ET-RMRC2).
• The AUX button to switch the input is
disabled when an optional input module is
not connected.
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Name and function of parts
Front and side of the projector
AC IN terminal (page 33)
Connect the supplied line power cord into this
receptacle.
Do not connect any other cable to this socket.
MAIN POWER switch (page 33)
Use this switch to turn on “I” and off “o” the
commercial line power applied to the projector.
Burglar lock
Attach a commercial burglar prevention cable (e.g.,
from Kensington) to this lock port. It is compatible
with the Microsaver Security System from
Kensington. Contact details for this company are
given below.
Kensington Technology Group ACCO Brands Inc.
2885 Campus Drive San Mateo, CA94403
Tel (650)572-2700
Fax (650)572-9675
http://www.kensington.com/
http://www.gravis.com/
Remote control receiver window (front) (page 15)
This window receives the signal beam emitted from
the remote control.
Power indicator lamp (page 33)
The lamp lights in red when the MAIN POWER
switch is turned to “I” (on). It turns to green when
the POWER ON button of the remote control or the
main unit is pressed.
LAMP1 monitor (page 96)
This lamp lights up when the time to replace lamp
unit 1 is reached. It also blinks if something
unusual occurs in the lamp circuit.
Projection lens (optional)
Lens for projecting images on the screen.
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Side-mounted
connection terminals
(page 14)
Projection lens cover lock button
This button toggles between lock and unlock of the
detachable cover for the projection lens (optional).
Temperature monitor (TEMP) (page 96)
Lighting or blinking of this lamp indicates an
abnormal condition of the internal temperature.
LAMP2 monitor (page 96)
This lamp lights up when the time to replace lamp
unit 2 is reached. It also blinks if something
unusual occurs in the lamp circuit.
Air filter (page 97)
Level-adjusting feet (page 18)
Use these feet to adjust the tilt of the projector.
(Leveling feet are provided at the front and rear,
right and left.)
Rear view of the main unit
Controls on rear panel
AUTO
SETUP
RGB 1
RGB 2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
AUX
SHUTTER
LENS
Lamp unit cover
The lamp unit is housed.
Remote control receiver window (rear) (page 15)
This also receives the signal beam coming from
the remote control.
POWER ON (I) button (page 33)
Turns on the power.
POWER OFF ( ) button (page 34)
Turns off the power.
AUTO SETUP button (page 37)
Pressing this button while projecting an image
automatically corrects the picture positioning on
the screen. While the auto setup feature is active,
a message “EXECUTING...” appears on the
screen.
RGB1 button (page 33)
Switches to RGB1 input.
RGB2 button (page 33)
Switches to RGB2 input.
AUX button (page 33)
Switches to optional input module input.
VIDEO button (page 33)
Switches to video input.
S-VIDEO button (page 33)
Switches to S-VIDEO input.
ENTER
SHUTTER button (page 42)
Press this button to black out the image
temporarily.
MENU button (pages 44 and 80–81)
Displays and clears the Main Menu. It can also
return to the previous screen when the menu is
displayed.
Menus can be displayed by holding down the
MENU button for at least 3 seconds while the onscreen indication function is OFF.
LENS button (page 35)
Switches to the adjustment mode for lens focus,
zoom and shift (position).
ENTER button (page 44)
Press this button to enter your menu selection or to
run function.
Arrow (
) buttons (page 44)
Use to select an item on the menu screen, change
setting and adjust the level.
Also use them to enter the “SECURITY” password.
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ENGLISH
MENU
Name and function of parts
Side-mounted
connection terminals
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
OUT
REMOTE 1
S-VIDEO
IN
IN
OUT
R/PR
S-VIDEO IN terminal (pages 22 and 23)
An input terminal for S-video signals
(MIN4-pin DIN).
This terminal complies with S1 signals and
automatically toggles between 16:9 and 4:3
according to the size of input signals.
VIDEO IN terminal (page 23)
An input terminal for video signals. (BNC)
VIDEO OUT terminal (page 23)
An output terminal (active through) for video
signals. (BNC)
RGB (YPBPR) 1 input terminal (pages 24, 25)
A terminal to input RGB or YPBPR signals (BNC).
RGB (YPBPR) 2 input terminal (page 24)
A terminal to input RGB or YPBPR signals (D-SUB
15-pin female).
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RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
REMOTE 2
VIDEO
G/Y
OUT
RGB 1 IN
B/PB SYNC/HD
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
VD
REMOTE1 lN/OUT terminal (page 17)
When two or more main units are used in the
system, they can be connected and controlled with
a wired remote control cable (M3 jack).
REMOTE2 terminal (page 76)
The user can remotely control the main unit by
using an external control circuit to this terminal
(D-SUB 9-pin female).
SERIAL IN terminal (pages 23–25, 67, 74, 75)
This terminal is an RS-232C/RS-422 compliant
input terminal (switching necessary) to connect a
PC and to externally control the main unit
(D-SUB 9-pin female).
SERIAL OUT terminal (pages 24, 25, 67, 74, 75)
This terminal is an RS-232C/RS-422 compliant
output terminal (switching necessary) to supply
signals given to the serial input terminal
(D-SUB 9-pin male).
Using the remote control unit
Loading dry cells
When loading supplied AA dry cells into the battery
compartment of the remote control, make sure that
their polarities are correct.
1. Open battery compartment lid.
Open the lid in the order of steps
and
.
Effective range of remote
control operation
The remote control should normally be aimed at either
the front or rear remote control receiver window on the
projector (figure 1). Otherwise, it may also be aimed at
the screen, which will reflect commands back to the
projector's front receiver window as illustrated in figure 2.
The effective control range is approx. 7 metres from
the beam receiver on the front or rear.
(Front)
Remote
control
30˚
30˚
[Top view]
15˚
15˚
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Into battery compartment, with their polarities
orientated as indicated ( ,
)in the compartment.
Supplied AA dry cells
(insert the
side first).
Remote
control
30˚
2. Insert the dry cells.
Remote
control
(Rear)
30˚
Remote
control
15˚
[Side view]
15˚
Figure 1
Screen
3. Close the battery compartment lid.
Projector
Replace the battery compartment lid over the
compartment and slide until it clicks.
Remote control
receiver window
(front)
Remote control
receiver window
(rear)
Remote control
Figure 2
Note
Attention • Do not drop the remote control unit.
• Do not expose remote control unit to
any liquid.
• Do not use NiCd batteries.
• When the remote control is aimed at
the screen, the effective control range
may be reduced due to the optical loss
by screen reflection.
• The remote control may not function
properly if an object is in the light path.
• The remote control receiver may not
function properly in intense ambient
light such as fluorescent lamps.
Carefully site the projector so its
remote control receiver windows will
not be directly exposed to intense light.
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Using the remote control unit
Setting projector ID number to remote control
Every projector has its ID number and the ID number of the controlling projector must be set to the remote control
in advance so that the user can operate the remote control. The ID number of the projector is set to “ALL” on
shipping, and use the ID ALL button of the remote control when using only a single projector.
Procedure of ID setting
Change the position of the operation mode selector switch to “Computer”.
Press the ID SET button, and within five seconds, use the NEXT button to set the
number of the tens digit in the ID number, which is already set in the projector, and
then use one of the numeric (0-9) buttons to set the number of the units digit.
Change the position of the operation mode selector switch to “Projector”.
However, if the ID ALL button is pressed, the projector can be controlled regardless of the ID number of the
projector (simultaneous control mode).
Attention • Do not press the ID SET button accidentally or carelessly because the ID number on the remote
control can be set even when no projector is around.
If the ID SET button is pressed, the ID number goes back to the one set before pressing the ID
SET button unless the NEXT button and a numeric button are pressed within five seconds after
the ID SET button is pressed.
• Your specified ID number is stored in the remote control unit unless another one is specified later.
However, the stored ID will be erased if the batteries of the remote control are left exhausted.
When the dry cells are replaced, set the same ID number again.
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Using the remote control as a PC mouse
Operation mode selector switch
Put the knob to the Computer position.
• ENTER button
Pressing the front, rear, left and right edges of the
button moves the mouse cursor up, down, left and
right.
• Right click ( ) button
This button can be used as the right mouse button.
• Left click ( ) button
This button can be used as the left mouse button.
• PAGE UP button
This button can be used as the Page Up button on the
PC keyboard.
• PAGE DOWN button
This button can be used as the Page Down button on
the PC keyboard.
• Click button
This button can be used as the left mouse button.
OFF
AUTO
SETUP
RGB
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
MENU
FREEZE
1
AUX
2
SHUTTER
PAGE UP button
SHUT
ENTER button
PAGE UP
Left click
( ) button
Right click ( ) button
PAGE DOWN button
ENTER
PAGE DOWN
ON SCREEN
1
STD
2
4
FUNC
5
3
OSD
SYSTEM
SEL
D.ZOOM
1
6
BRIGHT
7
8
LENS
CONTRAST
9
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ASPECT
LIGHT
ID ALL
0
USER
ID SET
LASER ON/OFF
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Click button
• To use the remote control as a mouse,
please purchase an optional wireless
mouse receiver (model No.: ET-RMRC2).
Using a wired remote control
When multiple main units are connected in the system,
connect the units with the supplied remote control
cable to simultaneously control the multiple main units
with a single remote control unit through the
REMOTE1 IN/OUT terminal. It is effective to use the
wired remote control in the environment in which an
obstacle stands in the light path or where devices are
susceptible to outside light.
Remote control cable
(supplied)
ON
POWER
OFF
AUTO
SETUP
RGB
RGB
1
AUX
2
SHUTTER
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
MENU
FREEZE
SHUT
PAGE UP
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
OUT
REMOTE 1
S-VIDEO
IN
IN
REMOTE 2
VIDEO
IN
OUT
R/PR
G/Y
ENTER
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
OUT
RGB 1 IN
B/PB SYNC/HD
SERIAL
PAGE DOWN
RGB 2 IN / RGB 1 OUT
VD
ON SCREEN
1
STD
2
4
FUNC
1
5
7
LENS
8
OSD
3
SYSTEM
SEL
D.ZOOM
6
BRIGHT
NEXT
ASPECT
LIGHT
ID ALL
Computer
Numetric
Side-mounted terminals
Connect to the
secondary projector
CONTRAST
9
0
USER
ID SET
LASER ON/OFF
Projector
Remote control
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Installation
Adjusting the leveling feet
The four leveling feet mounted at the bottom of the projector are level-adjustable (0 mm–33 mm) which can be used
when the floor surface is not horizontal.
< Front >
< Side >
Leveling feet
Projection scheme
This projector can use any of the four projection
schemes shown at right. Select the scheme that best
suits your particular installation location. Select the
most suitable scheme to the situation of your location.
Use the OPTION menu on the menu screen to choose
the desired projection scheme. (Refer to page 65)
Front projection
Table standing
Ceiling mount
(Default position)
Rear projection
Table standing
Ceiling mount
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;
Installation geometry
When planning the projector and screen geometry, refer to the figures below and the information on the next page
for reference. After the projector is roughly positioned, picture size and vertical picture positioning can be finely
adjusted with the powered zoom lens and lens shifting mechanism.
Side view
(unit: mm)
(unit: mm)
86
L
237
140
L
SW
H
314
438-558
When optional ceiling
mount bracket (ET-PKD75)
Top view
L1
SH
175
117
L
H
Screen
L
SH
SW
H
18
: Projection distance
: Height of the image
: Image width
: Vertical distance between the lens centre
level and the bottom edge of the projected
image
For PT-D7700E: H = 0 to SH
For PT-DW7000E: H = -0.18 x SH to 1.18 x SH
Screen
Lens
ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE2
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE5
ET-D75LE8
468
Dimension of L1 (Approx.)
102
86.5
90
113.9
190
242
Projection distances by the type of projection lenses (optional)
Every type of optional projection lenses has a different projection distance to achieve the same screen size. Select
and purchase a projection lens most suitable to the size of your location referring to the following tables and the
projection distances by the type of projection lenses on the next page.
L : Projection distance
SH : Effective screen height
Screen
SH
L
Projection distances by the type of projection lenses (for PT-D7700E)
• For the screen aspect ratio of 4:3
Units: m
FixedScreen
focus lens
size Effective Effective ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
ET-D75LE2
(2.0-3.0 :1)
(inch) height
(3.0-5.0 :1)
(5.0-8.0 :1)
(8.0-15.0 :1)
(1.5-2.0 :1)
width
ET-D75LE5
(SH)
(SW) Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum (0.8 : 1)
70
80
90
100
120
150
200
250
300
350
400
500
600
1.066 1.422
1.219 1.625
1.371 1.828
1.524 2.032
1.828 2.438
2.286 3.048
3.048 4.064
3.810 5.080
4.572 6.096
5.334 7.112
6.096 8.129
7.620 10.160
9.144 12.192
2.07
2.38
2.68
2.99
3.60
4.53
6.06
7.59
9.13
10.66
12.19
15.26
18.33
2.77
3.18
3.59
4.00
4.82
6.05
8.10
10.15
12.19
14.24
16.29
20.39
24.49
2.80
3.21
3.62
4.04
4.86
6.09
8.15
10.21
12.27
14.32
16.38
20.50
24.61
4.21
4.83
5.45
6.07
7.30
9.15
12.24
15.33
18.41
21.50
24.58
30.76
36.93
4.23
4.84
5.46
6.08
7.31
9.16
12.25
15.34
18.42
21.51
24.60
30.77
36.94
7.09
8.13
9.16
10.19
12.25
15.34
20.50
25.65
30.81
35.96
41.12
51.42
61.73
7.10
8.13
9.16
10.19
12.26
15.35
20.50
25.66
30.81
35.97
41.12
51.43
61.74
11.37
13.01
14.65
16.29
19.57
24.49
32.69
40.88
49.08
57.28
65.47
81.87
98.26
11.09
12.73
14.37
16.01
19.29
24.21
32.40
40.60
48.80
57.00
65.19
81.59
97.98
21.14
24.22
27.29
30.36
36.50
45.72
61.08
76.44
91.79
107.15
122.51
153.23
183.95
• For the screen aspect ratio of 16:9
1.02
1.18
1.34
1.50
1.81
2.29
3.08
3.87
4.66
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Projection distance (L)
Zoom lens
Screen
dimensions
FixedScreen
focus
lens
size Effective Effective ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
ET-D75LE2
(2.0-3.0
:1)
(inch) height
(3.0-5.0
:1)
(5.0-8.0
:1)
(8.0-15.0
:1)
(1.5-2.0 :1)
width
ET-D75LE5
(SH)
(SW) Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum (0.8 : 1)
70
80
90
100
120
150
200
250
300
350
400
500
600
Note
0.871
1.549
0.996
1.771
1.120
1.992
1.245
2.214
1.494
2.657
1.868
3.321
2.491
4.428
3.113
5.535
3.736
6.641
4.358
7.748
4.981
8.855
6.226 11.069
7.472 13.282
2.26
2.60
2.93
3.27
3.93
4.94
6.61
8.28
9.95
11.62
13.29
16.63
19.97
3.03
3.47
3.92
4.36
5.26
6.60
8.83
11.06
13.29
15.53
17.76
22.22
26.69
3.06
3.51
3.96
4.40
5.30
6.65
8.89
11.13
13.37
15.61
17.85
22.33
26.82
4.60
5.27
5.95
6.62
7.96
9.98
13.34
16.70
20.07
23.43
26.79
33.51
40.24
4.61
5.28
5.96
6.63
7.97
9.99
13.35
16.71
20.08
23.44
26.80
33.53
40.25
7.74
8.86
9.99
11.11
13.35
16.72
22.34
27.95
33.57
39.18
44.80
56.03
67.26
7.75 12.40 12.12
8.87 14.19 13.90
9.99 15.97 15.69
11.11 17.76 17.47
13.36 21.33 21.05
16.73 26.69 26.40
22.34 35.61 35.33
27.96 44.54 44.26
33.57 53.47 53.19
39.19 62.40 62.12
44.80 71.33 71.05
56.03 89.19 88.91
67.26 107.04 106.77
23.06
26.41
29.76
33.10
39.79
49.83
66.56
83.29
100.02
116.75
133.49
166.95
200.41
1.12
1.29
1.47
1.64
1.98
2.50
3.36
4.22
5.08
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• The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5%.
• Keystone distortions are corrected in the way the screen size becomes smaller than the original one.
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Projection distance (L)
Zoom lens
Screen
dimensions
Installation
Projection distances by the type of projection lenses
(optional) (continuing)
Projection distances by the type of projection lenses (for PT-DW7000E)
• For the screen aspect ratio of 16:9
Units: m
Projection distance (L)
Zoom lens
Screen
dimensions
FixedScreen
focus
lens
size Effective Effective ET-D75LE1
ET-D75LE3
ET-D75LE4
ET-D75LE8
ET-D75LE2
(2.0-3.0
:1)
(inch) height
(3.0-5.0 :1)
(5.0-8.0 :1)
(8.0-15.0 :1)
(1.5-2.0 :1)
width
ET-D75LE5
(SH)
(SW) Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum (0.8 : 1)
70
80
90
100
120
150
200
250
300
350
400
500
600
Note
20
0.871
1.549
0.996
1.771
1.120
1.992
1.245
2.214
1.494
2.657
1.868
3.321
2.491
4.428
3.113
5.535
3.736
6.641
4.358
7.748
4.981
8.855
6.226 11.069
7.472 13.282
2.32
2.66
3.01
3.35
4.04
5.06
6.78
8.49
10.20
11.91
13.63
17.05
20.48
3.10
3.56
4.02
4.48
5.39
6.77
9.05
11.34
13.63
15.92
18.21
22.78
27.36
3.14
3.60
4.06
4.52
5.44
6.81
9.11
11.41
13.71
16.01
18.30
22.90
27.49
4.72
5.41
6.10
6.79
8.17
10.23
13.68
17.13
20.57
24.02
27.47
34.36
41.25
4.73
5.42
6.11
6.80
8.18
10.24
13.69
17.14
20.58
24.03
27.48
34.37
41.26
7.94
9.09
10.24
11.39
13.69
17.15
22.90
28.66
34.42
40.17
45.93
57.44
68.95
7.94 12.71 12.43
9.09 14.54 14.26
10.25 16.38 16.09
11.40 18.21 17.92
13.70 21.87 21.58
17.15 27.36 27.08
22.91 36.51 36.23
28.67 45.67 45.39
34.42 54.82 54.54
40.18 63.97 63.69
45.93 73.13 72.85
57.45 91.43 91.16
68.96 109.74 109.47
23.65
27.08
30.51
33.94
40.80
51.10
68.25
85.40
102.55
119.70
136.85
171.16
205.46
1.15
1.33
1.50
1.68
2.03
2.56
3.45
4.33
5.21
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• The projection distances listed here involve an error of ±5%.
• Keystone distortions are corrected in the way the screen size becomes smaller than the original one.
If the projector is used with a screen size not listed in this manual, check the diagonal dimension (inch) of your
screen and calculate the projection distance using the following formulas.
Calculation formulas for projection distance by lens types (for PT-D7700E)
ET-D75LE1
(1.5–2.0 :1)
ET-D75LE2
(2.0–3.0 :1)
Zoom
lens
ET-D75LE3
(3.0–5.0 :1)
ET-D75LE4
(5.0–8.0 :1)
ET-D75LE8
(8.0–15.0 :1)
Fixedfocus
lens
ET-D75LE5
(0.8:1)
Aspect ratio
Projection distance (L) formula
4:3
Minimal distance: L=0.0307 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0760
Maximal distance: L=0.0410 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1004
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.0334 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0760
Maximal distance: L=0.0446 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1004
4:3
Minimal distance: L=0.0412 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0795
Maximal distance: L=0.0617 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1064
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.0448 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0795
Maximal distance: L=0.0672 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1064
4:3
Minimal distance: L=0.0617 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0958
Maximal distance: L=0.1031 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1216
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.0672 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0958
Maximal distance: L=0.1123 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1216
4:3
Minimal distance: L=0.1031 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1158
Maximal distance: L=0.1639 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1013
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.1123 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1158
Maximal distance: L=0.1786 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1013
4:3
Minimal distance: L=0.1640 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.3862
Maximal distance: L=0.3072 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.3598
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.1786 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.3862
Maximal distance: L=0.3346 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.3598
4:3
L= 0.0158 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0835
16:9
L= 0.0172 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0835
Units: m
ENGLISH
Model number of projection lens
Calculation formulas for projection distance by lens types (for PT-DW7000E)
Model number of projection lens
Zoom
lens
Fixedfocus
lens
Aspect ratio
Projection distance (L) formula
ET-D75LE1
(1.5–2.0 :1)
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.0343 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0760
Maximal distance: L=0.0458 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1004
ET-D75LE2
(2.0–3.0 :1)
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.0460 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0795
Maximal distance: L=0.0689 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1064
ET-D75LE3
(3.0–5.0 :1)
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.0689 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0958
Maximal distance: L=0.1151 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1216
ET-D75LE4
(5.0–8.0 :1)
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.1151 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1158
Maximal distance: L=0.1831 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.1013
ET-D75LE8
(8.0–15.0 :1)
16:9
Minimal distance: L=0.1831 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.3862
Maximal distance: L=0.3430 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.3598
ET-D75LE5
(0.8:1)
16:9
L= 0.0176 x Screen diagonal (inch) – 0.0835
Units: m
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Connection
Before starting connection
Before connection, read carefully the instruction manual for the device to be connected.
Turning off the power switch of the devices before connecting cables.
If any connection cable is not supplied with the device, or if no optional cable is available for connection of the
device, prepare a necessary system connection cable to suit the device.
Video signals containing too much jitter may cause the images on the screen to randomly wobble or wafture. In
this case, a time base corrector (TBC) must be connected.
The projector accepts the following signals: video, S-Video, analogue RGB and digital signals from the PC.
Some PC models cannot be connected to the projector.
The pin-out and signal names of the S-VIDEO IN terminal are shown in the diagram below.
Pin No.
Signal
Ground
(luminance signal)
Ground (colour signal)
Luminance signal
Colour signal
Outside view
The pin-out and signal names of the RGB2 input terminal are shown in the diagram below.
Pin No.
Outside view
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Signal
R/PR
G/G · SYNC/Y
B/PB
SDA
HD/SYNC
VD
SCL
and
~ ,
and
functions.
are not assigned.
and
are GND terminals.
are effective if the PC has the corresponding
Example of connecting with VIDEO devices
Video deck (TBC built-in)
Colour monitor
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
OUT
REMOTE 1
S-VIDEO
IN
VIDEO
IN
OUT
R/PR
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
REMOTE 2
G/Y
ENGLISH
Control PC
RGB 1 IN
B/PB SYNC/HD
OUT
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
VD
Red (connected to PR terminal)
Blue (connected to PB terminal)
Green (connected to Y terminal)
Video deck (TBC built-in)
High-vision video deck
Attention • When connecting with a video deck, be sure to use the one with a built-in time base corrector (TBC) or
use a TBC between the projector and the video deck.
• If nonstandard burst signals are connected, the image may be distorted. If this is the case, connect a
TBC between the projector and the video deck.
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Connection
Example of connecting with personal computers
Control PC
PC
PC
I/F
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
OUT
REMOTE 1
S-VIDEO
IN
OUT
IN
G/Y
OUT
R/PR
G/Y
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
VD
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
REMOTE 2
VIDEO
IN
OUT
RGB 1 IN
B/PB SYNC/HD
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
OUT
REMOTE 1
S-VIDEO
IN
R/PR
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
REMOTE 2
VIDEO
RGB 1 IN
B/PB SYNC/HD
OUT
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
VD
Attention • When the main power of the main unit is turned off, also turn off the power of the PC.
Note
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• For the specifications of the RGB signals that can be applied from the PC, see the data sheet on
page 104.
• If your PC has the resume feature (last memory), the computer may not function properly until the
resume capability is disabled.
Example of connecting with the signal selector
Notebook computer
Video deck
(TBC built-in)
Control PC
Signal selector
POWER
OFF
5
VP
6
ON/OFF
Signal Selector TW-SWS
G/Y
ENGLISH
R/PR
4
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
OUT
IN
REMOTE 2
OUT
INPUT SELECT
3
DVD player
VIDEO
IN
2
OFF
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
OUT
IN
REMOTE 1
S-VIDEO
IN
1
ON
Digital broadcasting
tuner
RGB 1 IN
B/PB SYNC/HD
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
VD
OUT
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
OUT
IN
REMOTE 1
S-VIDEO
IN
Note
VIDEO
IN
OUT
R/PR
RS-232C (G) / RS-422 (R)
IN
REMOTE 2
G/Y
RGB 1 IN
B/PB SYNC/HD
OUT
SERIAL
RGB 2 IN
VD
• When multiple signals of the same type are switched and input to RGB1 IN (for example, when
switching multiple high-vision signals for usage), use a dedicated signal selector. When the signal
selector is connected to the projector with a RS-232C cable, signals can be used separately
according to the input terminal on the signal selector.
• Carefully read also the instruction manual for the signal selector.
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Installation of input module (optional)
Installing the input module
Types of the input modules (optional)
Prepare beforehand an input module (optional) compatible with the input signals of the system.
Module
SD-SDI
input module
HD/SD-SDI
input module
Module model
No.
ET-MD77SD1
ET-MD77SD3
Terminal
BNC input x 1
BNC output x 1
SMPTE259M compliant : 480i, 576i
RJ-45 input x 1
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
BNC input x 1
BNC output x 1
SMPTE259M compliant : 480i, 576i
SMPTE292M compliant :
720/60p, 720/59.94p, 720/50p
1 035/60i, 1 035/59.94i, 1 080/60i, 1 080/59.94i
1 080/50i, 1 080/24sF, 1 080/23.98sF, 1 080/30p
1 080/29.97p, 1 080/25p, 1 080/24p, 1 080/23.98p
RJ-45 input x 1
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
DVI-D 24p
input x 1
DVI-D
input module
Network
module
ET-MD77DV
ET-MD77NT
Signal formats supported
HDCP-compliant *1 DVI-D single link, DVI 1.0 compliant
EDID1 :
480p, 576p, 720/60p, 720/59.94p, 720/50p
1 080/60i, 1 080/59.94i, 1 080/50i, 1 080/24sF,
1 080/23.98sF
1 080/30p, 1 080/29.97p, 1 080/25p, 1 080/24p,
1 080/23.98p
EDID2 :
Displayable resolution VGA - UXGA (non-interlace)
Dot clock frequency 25 - 162MHz
RJ-45 input x 1
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
RJ-45 input x 1
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
*1...HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
HDCP is a specification for encoding digital image signals which was developed to protect digital content. The
DVI/HDMI output signals from the HDCP-compliant equipment have been encoded by the HDCP
specifications to ensure content protection, but the DVI input module is capable of displaying the digital images
properly since it complies with the HDCP specification.
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Procedure of installation
Disconnect the power before installing the input module.
Slot cover
ENGLISH
Remove the slot cover.
Remove 2 screws.
Insert the input module.
Input module
Slot
Fix the input module.
Register the input signal.
This projector needs to register the type of input
signal after the installation of the input module.
(For details on the registration of the input signals,
refer to pages 38–41.)
Tighten the two screws.
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Installation of input module (optional)
Connecting signals to the input module
When installing the projector, it is necessary to connect signals to the input module in accordance with the
connecting equipment.
Refer to the following diagram to establish proper signal connection.
Business
digital VCR
SDI signal
HD/SD-SDI input
module ET-MD77SD3
DVD player
High-vision
video deck
DVI
signal
PC
DVI-D input module
ET-MD77DV
Network module
ET-MD77NT
LAN
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
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SD-SDI input
module ET-MD77SD1
Projector
Connecting the signal to the SD-SDI input module
SD-SDI input module (optional) ET-MD77SD1 (for 480i/576i)
IN
SERIAL
SD-SDI signal
OUT
LAN
SD-SDI signal output
(active through)
ENGLISH
SD-SDI Module
ET-MD77SD1
LAN terminal
(10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX)
For details on the network
function, refer to page 82.
Business
digital VCR
• Insert the input module suitable for the input signal specifications.
• Normally, use SYSTEM SELECTOR in “AUTO”.
Automatic detection may malfunction if any unstable signal is connected. If this happens, switch to a
system that is compatible with the signal format using the SYSTEM SELECTOR button.
• Use the SYSTEM SELECTOR button to toggle the systems of the input module that supports two types of
signal specifications. Upon toggling, the input signals are displayed on the screen and cleared
automatically.
AUTO
480i
576i
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Installation of input module (optional)
Connecting the signal to the HD/SD-SDI input module
HD/SD-SDI input module (optional) ET-MD77SD3 (for HD/SD)
HD/SD-SDI
Module
ET-MD77SD3
IN
SERIAL
HD-SDI or
SD-SDI signal
OUT
LAN
HD-SDI or SD-SDI
signal output
(active through)
LAN terminal
(10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX)
For details on the network
function, refer to page 82.
Business
digital VCR
• Insert the input module that meets the input signal specifications.
• Normally, use SYSTEM SELECTOR in “AUTO”.
• Any of the format systems can be selected using the SYSTEM SELECTOR button which supports 9 types
(15 formats) of HD signal standards (SMPTE292M) and 2 types of SD signal standards (SMPTE259M)
shown below by toggling between any one of the formats. During the selection process, the input signals
and other information appear on-screen and are cleared automatically.
AUTO
1 080/60i
1 035/60i
720/60p
1 080/24p
1 080/50i
576i
480i
720/50p
1 080/24sF
1 080/25p
1 080/30p
• Automatic detection may malfunction if any unstable signal is connected. If this happens, switch to a system
that is compatible with the signal format using the SYSTEM SELECTOR button.
• Use a 5CFB or superior cable for connection to transmit the image information without error.
(Example: 5CFB, 5CFTX, 7CFB etc.)
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Connecting signals to the DVI-D input module
DVI-D input module (optional) ET-MD77DV
DVI-D IN
DVI-D signal
PC with DVI output
• Pin assignments and signal names of DVI-D input
terminal are listed in the table at right.
LAN
LAN terminal
(10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX)
For details on the network
function, refer to page 82.
DVD player or high-vision
video deck equipped
with DVD/HDMI terminal
Pin No.
Signal
T.M.D.S data 2–
T.M.D.S data 2+
T.M.D.S data 2 / 4
shield
DDC clock
DDC data
External view
ENGLISH
DVI Module
ET-MD77DV
T.M.D.S data 1–
T.M.D.S data 1+
T.M.D.S data 1/3
shield
Pin No.
Signal
+5V
Ground
Hot plug detection
T.M.D.S data 0–
T.M.D.S data 0+
T.M.D.S data 0/5
shield
T.M.D.S clock
shield
T.M.D.S clock+
T.M.D.S clock–
• The DVI-D signal input module supports only a single link.
• The HDMI-DVI conversion cable is required to connect an HDMI-compliant device.
• The EDID mode setting must be selected so that it corresponds to the device to be connected. (Refer to page 70.)
• It is possible to connect the DVI-D input module with an HDMI- or DVI-compliant device, but with some devices the
images may not appear or other problems may be encountered in operation.
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How to install and remove the projection lens (optional)
How to install the
projection lens
How to remove the
projection lens
While pressing the lock button on the
projection lens cover, pull the cover
forward to remove it.
While pressing the lock button on the
projection lens cover, pull the cover
forward to remove it.
Lens cover’s lock button
Pull and remove the dustproof sheet on
the back of the projection lens cover.
Lens cover’s lock button
While holding down the lock button,
turn the projection lens
counterclockwise, and then pull it off.
Align the mark (orange) on the
projection lens with the mark on the
projector (
), and then insert the
lens and turn it clockwise until it clicks
into place.
Mark (orange)
Projection lens lock button
Insert the tab on the projection lens
cover into the projector, and mount the
projection lens cover while pressing
the lock button.
Lens cover’s tab
Lens cover’s lock button
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Projection
AUTO
SETUP
ON
POWER
AUTO
SETUP
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
MENU
FREEZE
1
RGB 1
RGB 2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
OFF
RGB
AUX
2
SHUTTER
AUX
SHUT
SHUTTER
PAGE UP
-
ENTER
LENS
MENU
ENTER
PAGE DOWN
ON SCREEN
1
STD
2
4
FUNC
5
OSD
3
SYSTEM
SEL
D.ZOOM
6
BRIGHT
7
-
LENS
8
ASPECT
LIGHT
ID ALL
Numetric
Powering up the projector
Connect the supplied power cable.
(220 V–240 V~, 50 Hz/60 Hz)
Press the “I” marked side of the MAIN
POWER switch to turn on the power.
The power indicator lamp on the projector will flash
in red. After a short period, the indicator will
illuminate and the projector will enter standby
mode.
Press the “l” button. [on the main unit
or the remote control]
The power indicator lamp illuminates in green and
soon the image is projected on the screen.
Making adjustment and
selection
9
NEXT
Computer
CONTRAST
0
USER
ID SET
LASER ON/OFF
Projector
ENGLISH
1
Press the AUTO SETUP button if the
input signal is RGB signal. [on the
main unit or the remote control]
Fit the image size to the screen size.
(Refer to page 35.)
Press the LENS button twice and adjust the zoom
of the lens on the lens zoom adjustment menu.
Press the LENS button and adjust the
focus of the lens on the lens focus
adjustment menu.
Display the zoom adjustment menu
again and adjust the zoom of the lens
to fit the image size to the screen size.
(Refer to page 35.)
Roughly adjust the focus of the lens.
(Refer to page 35.)
Press the LENS button on the main unit or the
remote control unit to display a focus adjustment
screen. Pressing
buttons to adjust
the image into focus.
Select and set the projection scheme.
(Refer to page 65.)
Select the input signal by pressing the
input selector button to toggle through
RGB1, RGB2, VIDEO, S-VIDEO and
AUX. [on the main unit or the remote
control]
Adjust the tilt of the main unit in front
and rear or right and left.
(Refer to page 18.)
Press the LENS button two or three
times to adjust the lens shift. (Refer to
page 35.)
Note
• If the projector is powered up at about 0˚C, a warmup period of approximately five minutes may be
necessary to start projection.
The temperature monitor (TEMP) lamp lights up
during the warm-up period.
When the warm-up is completed, the temperature
monitor (TEMP) lamp turns off and the image is
projected on the screen.
• If the surrounding temperature is very low and the
warm-up period exceeds five minutes, the control
determines it as an abnormal condition and turns off
the power automatically. If this happens, raise the
surrounding temperature to 0°C or higher and then
turn the main power “on” and turn the power “on” (|).
• The AUX button is disabled when an optional input
module is not connected.
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Projection
ON
AUTO
SETUP
POWER
OFF
AUTO
SETUP
RGB
RGB
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
MENU
FREEZE
1
AUX
2
SHUTTER
RGB 1
RGB 2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
AUX
SHUT
SHUTTER
PAGE UP
ENTER
LENS
MENU
ENTER
PAGE DOWN
ON SCREEN
1
STD
2
4
FUNC
5
OSD
3
SYSTEM
SEL
D.ZOOM
1
6
BRIGHT
7
LENS
8
9
NEXT
ASPECT
LIGHT
ID ALL
Computer
Numetric
CONTRAST
0
USER
ID SET
LASER ON/OFF
Projector
Powering off the projector
Press the POWER OFF “
” button.
Select “OK” with
or
button and
press the ENTER button.
(or press the POWER OFF “ ” button
again.)
The projection of the image stops, and the power
indicator lamp of the main unit lights up orange.
(The cooling fan keeps running.)
Wait until the power indicator lamp of
the main unit turns to red (i.e., until the
cooling fan stops). (Approx. 4 minutes)
While the cooling fan is still running, never turn off
the MAIN POWER switch, nor unplug the projector
from the outlet.
Press the “O” marked side of the MAIN
POWER switch to remove all power
from the projector.
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Note
• Turning on the power supply will not light up the light
source lamp if the lamp is in the process of cooling
down after turning off the power supply. To light up
the lamp, turn on the power supply again when the
lamp has been cooled sufficiently.
• The projector consumes approximately 12 watts of
power even in standby mode after the cooling fan
stops. (Power indicator lamp lit in red)
• If you re-power the projector after shutting off the
main power inadvertently, the projection lamp may
remain unlit. Please turn the power on again after a
while.
How to adjust the lens
How to adjust the lens focus, lens zoom and lens shift
(optical shift)
If the focusing, zooming or positioning of the image projected on the screen is not successful, even though the
projector is properly positioned against the screen, you can adjust the focus, the zoom, or the vertical or horizontal
position of the image.
Press the LENS button on the remote
control or on the control panel of the
main unit.
LENS
FOCUS
Pressing the button changes the setup screen in
the order of “LENS FOCUS”, “LENS ZOOM” and
“LENS SHIFT”.
LENS
ZOOM
ENGLISH
Choose an item and adjust it using
buttons.
LENS
SHIFT
Caution
Be careful not to catch your fingers between the
lens and shroud when shifting the lens.
Note
• The lens zoom adjustment menu will be
displayed only when a lens with zoom
function is being used.
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Adjustment range after lens position (optical shift)
Do not move the lens beyond the bounds of the shift range as this may cause a change in the focus. This limitation
is to protect the parts of the projector.
Using the standard projection position as the reference, the optical axis shift function makes it possible to adjust
the projection position in the ranges shown in the figures below.
0.3H
Projected
screen width,H
0.3H
0.70V
0.2V
0.2V
0.3H
Projected
screen width,H
0.70V
0.2V
Standard
projection position
0.2V
0.50V
0.1V
0.1V
Standard
projection position
Projected
screen
height,V
0.1V
Projected
screen
height,V
0.50V
PT-DW7000E
0.1V
PT-D7700E
0.3H
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How to adjust the lens
How to adjust the lens for addressing unevenness of focusing
If the image is out of focus in any portion of the screen, adjust the lens by turning the adjustment screws to obtain
evenness of focusing.
Lens bracket
Fixing screws
a
Remove the lens cover and lens (Refer to
page 32).
Loosen the three fixing screws that secure
the lens bracket about two turns.
• Tool to be used : Allen hex socket driver or Allen
wrench (2.5-mm diagonal hexagon)
Install the lens removed in step .
Adjust the lens by turning the adjustment
screws , , and
counterclockwise.
c
• Tool to be used : Allen hex socket driver or Allen
wrench (2.5-mm diagonal hexagon)
b
Adjust the screws
installing the lens.
,
, and
The instructions within parentheses apply to ceiling mount installation.
V up is out of focus
V bottom is out of focus
H right is out of focus
H left is out of focus
Turn counterclockwise
(Turn counterclockwise)
(
)
(
)
(
)
Turn counterclockwise
Turn counterclockwise
(
)
(Turn counterclockwise)
(
)
(Turn counterclockwise)
Turn counterclockwise
Turn counterclockwise
(
)
(Turn counterclockwise) (Turn counterclockwise)
(
)
(For example)
When the image is out of focus in the upper portion of the
screen (V up):
Turn the adjustment screws
and
little by little
counterclockwise while checking evenness of focusing in
the upper and lower portions.
Note
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• Be sure to tighten the fixing screws before
transportation.
Vup
H
H
left
right
Vbottom
after
Automatic adjustment (AUTO SETUP)
Automatic adjustment function adjust the resolution, clock phase and image position automatically when dotsstructured analogue RGB signals such as computer signal are supplied. (Automatic adjustment is not available if
signals or moving images other than analogue RGB signals are supplied.)
It is recommended to supply images with a bright white frame at the outermost periphery containing characters etc.
that are clear in white and black contrast when the system is in automatic adjustment mode. Avoid supplying
images that involve halftones or gradation such as photographs and computer graphics.
• A message “COMPLETE” appears if adjustment is ended normally.
• “CLOCK PHASE” may have been shifted even when the adjustment ended normally.
In this case, manually adjust the “CLOCK PHASE”.
• If an image with blurred edges or a dark image is supplied, a message “INCOMPLETE” appears,
indicating the automatic adjustment was unsuccessful.
In this case, manually adjust the items of “INPUT RESOLUTION”, “CLOCK PHASE” and “SHIFT”.
• For specific signals and long-sideways (or landscape) signals such as 16:9, adjustment should be
made according to “AUTO SETUP” in the option menu.
• Automatic adjustment may not be available depending on the machine type of the personal computer.
• Automatic adjustment may not available for synchronization signal of C-SYNC and G-SYNC.
• Image may be distorted for several seconds during automatic adjustment. This is not a malfunction.
• For every supplied signal, adjustment is required.
• Automatic adjustment can be cancelled by pressing the MENU button during the course of automatic
adjustment.
ENGLISH
Note
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Registration of input signal data
The input signal data must be registered because it is not registered on shipment of the projector.
Registration of new data
When a new signal is supplied, press the “MENU” button on the remote control or operating section of the main
unit. When its data has been registered, the MAIN MENU screen is displayed.
Note
• The data of 96 input signals can be registered.
• The signals supporting the installed input module are input and their data registered.
• The memories are numbered over 12 pages (A to L: 8 data items can be registered on each page),
and the data is registered in the unused memory with the lowest number. If all the memories are used,
the data of the old signals is overwritten in sequence.
• The names of the registered data are automatically determined by the input signals and memory
numbers.
Renaming the registered signals
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “SIGNAL LIST” with the
buttons.
and
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST
A1:SVGA72-A1
A2:SVGA72-A2
A3:SVGA72-A3
A4:SVGA72-A4
A5:SVGA72-A5
A6:SVGA72-A6
A7:SVGA72-A7
A8:SVGA72-A8
:SELECT
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
ENTER:DETAILS
REGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS
NAME:
MEMORY NO:
S.S.NO:
INPUT NO:
fH:
fV:
SYNC. STATE:
SVGA72-A2
A2
–––
RGB1
48.08kHz
72.17Hz
H(POS)
V(POS)
ENTER:CHANGE NANE
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The REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST screen will be
displayed. The memories extend over 12 pages (A
to L with 8 data items each, giving a total of 96
memories).
Select the signal whose details are to
be displayed with the
and
, ,
buttons.
STD:DELETE
Press the “ENTER” button.
The REGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS screen will
be displayed.
Note
• The data items including the input signal
name, memory number, signal selector
input number, input terminal, frequency
and sync signal are automatically
identified and displayed.
• When the “MENU” button is pressed, the
REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST screen is
restored.
Press the “ENTER” button.
RENAME
NAME:
MEMORY NO:
S.S.NO:
INPUT NO:
fH:
fV:
SYNC. STATE:
:NEXT FIGURE
The RENAME screen will be displayed.
SVGA72-A2
A2
––
RGB1
48.08kHz
72.17Hz
H(POS)
V(POS)
:FONT SELECT ENTER:SET MENU:ESC
Select each character with the
and
buttons, and set the character or
number with the
and
buttons
(press the “STD” button to clear the
name which is automatically
displayed). After the signal has been
renamed, press the “ENTER” button.
Note
• When the “MENU” button is pressed
instead of the “ENTER” button, the new
signal name will not be registered, and the
automatically displayed signal name will
be retained.
Clearing the data of registered signals
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “SIGNAL LIST” with the
buttons.
and
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST
A1:SVGA72-A1
A2:SVGA72-A2
A3:SVGA72-A3
A4:SVGA72-A4
A5:SVGA72-A5
A6:SVGA72-A6
A7:SVGA72-A7
A8:SVGA72-A8
:SELECT
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
ENTER:DETAILS
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
Press the “STD” button.
OK?
SVGA72-A2
A2
–––
RGB1
48.08kHz
72.17Hz
H(POS)
V(POS)
Select the signal whose data is to be
cleared with the , ,
and
buttons.
STD:DELETE
ENTRY SIGNAL CLEAR
NAME:
MEMORY NO:
S.S.NO:
INPUT NO:
fH:
fV:
SYNC. STATE:
The REGISTERED SIGNAL LIST screen will be
displayed. The memories extend over 12 pages (A
to L with 8 data items each, giving total of 96
memories).
The ENTRY SIGNAL CLEAR screen will be
displayed.
If the data is not to be cleared, press the MENU
button to return to the SIGNAL LIST screen.
Press the “ENTER” button.
The data of the signal selected in step
cleared.
is
ENTER:EXECUTE MENU:ESC
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ENGLISH
After registration, the REGISTERED SIGNAL
STATUS screen is restored.
Registration of input signal data
Sub memory
The projector is provided with a sub memory function to register plural pieces of image adjustment data even they
are determined to be the same signal by the frequency and form of the synchronization signal source.
Use this function when the user needs adjustment of picture quality such as aspect switching and white balance
using the same signal source.
Sub-memory contains all data that can be adjusted by signals such as screen aspect ratio and image adjustment
data (BRIGHT, CONTRAST etc.).
How to register into sub memory
A new signal cannot be registered into sub memory. A new signal must undergo signal registration.
Press the “USER” button on normal
screen (menu is not displayed).
SUB MEMORY LIST
1- 1:SXGA60-A1
1- 2:SXGA60-A2
1- 3: – – –
1- 4: – – –
1- 5: – – –
1- 6: – – –
1- 7: – – –
1- 8: – – –
(A “Check sub-memory registration” screen will
appear if sub-memory has not been registered.)
The screen will show a list of the sub-memory
registered for the currently entered signal.
Select the SUB MEMORY number
stored with the , , and
buttons in the “SUB MEMORY LIST”.
Press the “ENTER” button.
:SELECT ENTER:CHANGE STD:DELETE
A “Change registered signals” screen will appear.
Press the “ENTER” button.
REGISTER SUB MEMORY?
NAME:
MEMORY NO:
S.S.NO:
INPUT NO:
fH:
fV:
SYNC. STATE:
ENTER:EXECUTE
SXGA60-A1
––
–––
RGB1
48.00kHz
60.00Hz
H(POS)
V(POS)
Note
• To rename a registered signal, perform step
page 39.
on
MENU:ESC
Procedure to switch to sub memory
Press the “USER” button on normal screen (menu is not displayed).
The screen will show a list of the sub-memory registered for the currently entered signal.
In the “SUB MEMORY LIST”, select the sub-memory signal to be switched using the
, , and
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
Signal will be switched to the one that was selected in Step
.
How to erase sub memory
The currently selected SUB MEMORY is deleted by pressing the standard button (STD) at the “REGISTERED SIGNAL
LIST” or the “SUB MEMORY LIST”.
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On-screen indications
Input switching / signal switching
This shows the registered signal name on the status screen for signal switching.
NAME:
MEMORY NO:
S.S. NO:
INPUT NO:
RGB
A1 (1-2)
–––
RGB1
ENGLISH
Details of registered signal
REGISTERED SIGNAL STATUS
NAME:
MEMORY NO:
S.S.NO:
INPUT NO:
fH:
fV:
SYNC. STATE:
SXGA60-A1
?? (1-2)
–––
RGB1
48.00kHz
60.00Hz
H(POS)
V(POS)
ENTER:CHANGE NANE
The designation can be set by the sub memory items.
MEMORY NO: A1 (1-2)
displays the sub
memory number.
The place in which address code
(A1, A2, ..., H7 and H8) signals are
registered
Note
Restrictions
The maximum sub memory items that can be registered for the projector are 96 including the basic signal.
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Using the FREEZE function
Pressing the “FREEZE” button of the remote control switches between a still image and a motion image.
Still image
Motion image
Using the SHUTTER function
If the projector is not used for a certain period of time during the meeting intermission, for example, a shutter mode
is available that allows the user to hide images temporarily.
Press the “SHUTTER” button of the remote control or the main unit.
The image is turned off.
Press the “SHUTTER” button again.
The image comes back.
Using the digital zoom (– D.ZOOM +) function
A portion of the picture on the screen can be zoomed in with “– D.ZOOM +” buttons of the remote control. It is
useful for highlighting a specific object during the presentation.
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B
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Press the “– D.ZOOM +” button of the
remote control.
The image is zoomed in.
Change the magnification with the “–
D.ZOOM +” button.
The magnification can be adjusted from 1.0 to 3.0
times.
Use
buttons to move the
magnified image.
To restore the original image, press the
“MENU” button.
32%
Attention • The digital zoomed state cannot be stored in memory.
• If the input signal format is changed while in digital zoom mode, the projector will exit digital zoom
function.
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On-screen menus
Structure of menu screens
Menus are extensively used for configuring, adjusting or reconfiguring the projector.
The menus structure is as follows:
MAIN MENU
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
PICTURE (pages 45-50)
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE ENTER:REGISTER
SECURITY (page 78)
SIGNAL LIST (pages 38 and 39)
SIGNAL LIST
A1:SVGA72-A1
A2:SVGA72-A2
A3:SVGA72-A3
A4:SVGA72-A4
A5:SVGA72-A5
A6:SVGA72-A6
A7:SVGA72-A7
A8:SVGA72-A8
:SELECT
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
RGB1
ENTER:DETAILS
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
STD:DELETE
TEST PATTERN (page 77)
OPTION (pages 64-73)
OPTION
PROJECTOR ID
SETTING
LAMP SELECT
LAMP POWER
RS232C SETTING
OSD POSITION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COLOR MATCHING
VIDEO SETTING
AUTO SETUP
2
FRONT-F
DUAL
HIGH
2
POSITION
SHIFT
SIZE
CLOCK PHASE
KEYSTONE
DEFAULT
0
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
ADVANCED MENU (pages 55-61)
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
FORMAT
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
EDGE BLENDING
SYNC.TERM
RASTER POSITION
AUTO
SMPTE
OFF
75
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
LANGUAGE (page 62)
OPTION
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
POSITION (pages 51-54)
OFF
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
OUTPUT RESOLUTION
AUTO SIGNAL
FAN CONTROL
P IN P
FUNC1
DVI EDID
PASSWORD
DYNAMIC
50
30
DEFAULT
2.2
32
32
6
2
1
ENGLISH
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP.
GAMMA
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
SXGA+
ON
NORMAL
OFF
P IN P
EDID2 (PC)
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
:SELECT
ENTER:SET
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On-screen menus
Basic operations on menu
screen
• When the “MENU” is on the screen, pressing the
“MENU” button returns to the previous page.
• When the MAIN MENU is on the screen, pressing the
“MENU” button clears all menus from the screen.
Press the “MENU” button.
The MAIN MENU appears on the screen.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
Menu items shown in gray
characters
• Some menu items may not be valid for certain signal
formats applied to the projector.
The menu items that cannot be adjusted or used are shown
in gray characters, and they cannot be selected.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Select the desired item with the
button.
or
Selected items are displayed in blue.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
Press the “ENTER” button to establish
your selection.
The submenu for the selected option will now
open. (Example: PICTURE Menu)
DYNAMIC
50
30
DEFAULT
2.2
32
32
6
2
1
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
Highlight the desired adjustment item
with the
or
button, then change
or adjust the parameter value with the
or
buttons.
For the items such as “COLOR”, “TINT”, “CONTRAST”
and “BRIGHT”, an individual adjustment screen with an
individual bar graph as shown below is displayed by
pressing the ENTER button.
CONTRAST
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• If no button is operated for approx. 5 seconds while the
individual adjustment screen is displayed, the screen
will return to the previous page.
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Menu items setting
The bottom prompt line differs on each menu
depending on the selected menu option:
• A prompt “
CHANGE” appears when
changing the setting.
• A prompt “
ADJUST” appears for a
separate bar graph.
• When
and
buttons are displayed above or
under the items in the “OPTION” screen, they
indicate that there are more adjustment (items).
Resetting to the factory
default
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP.
GAMMA
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
Returning to the previous
screen
STD (standard) button is used to reset all of the
projector adjustment values to the default levels which
were set at the time of shipment from the factory. It is
pressed after the respective adjustment mode screen
has been displayed.
• When the Menu screen is displayed:
A “STD” indicator appears on the upper right corner
of the menu.
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP.
GAMMA
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
STD
DYNAMIC
50
30
DEFAULT
2.2
32
32
6
2
1
Adjusting the picture
Switching the picture mode
The user can switch to the desired picture mode suitable for the image source and the environment in which this
projector is used.
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “PICTURE” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
DYNAMIC
50
30
DEFAULT
2.2
32
32
6
2
1
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE ENTER:REGISTER
PICTURE MODE
DYNAMIC
GRAPHIC
USER
STANDARD
CINEMA
NATURAL
The PICTURE screen will be displayed.
ENGLISH
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP.
GAMMA
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
Select “PICTURE MODE” with the
buttons.
Switch “PICTURE MODE” with the
buttons.
DYNAMIC: The picture becomes suitable for the
use in well-lighted areas.
GRAPHIC: The picture becomes suitable for input
from to the personal computer.
USER: The COLOUR TEMP. and GAMMA settings
can be adjusted.
STANDARD: The picture becomes suitable for
moving images in general.
CINEMA: The picture becomes suitable for movie
sources.
NATURAL: The picture complies with sRGB.
• Factory defaults are “GRAPHIC” for RGB system and
“STANDARD” for moving images.
• When the “ENTER” button is pressed while
"PICTURE MODE" has been selected, the picture
mode which has been selected can be saved and
used as the presetting when new signals are input.
COLOUR TEMP. and GAMMA settings are saved.
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Adjusting the picture
The desired picture can be obtained by following the procedure below.
Adjusting Contrast / Bright / Colour / Tint
Adjustment procedure – to adjust picture (colour intensity)
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “PICTURE” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP.
GAMMA
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
Press the “ENTER” button.
DYNAMIC
50
30
DEFAULT
2.2
32
32
6
2
1
The PICTURE screen will be displayed.
Select “CONTRAST” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
CONTRAST
Press the “ENTER” button.
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The CONTRAST individual adjustment screen will
be displayed.
Adjust the level with the
buttons.
Thu function of the button changes according to
the item as shown in the following table:
Repeat Steps ,
and
to adjust
the “BRIGHT”, “COLOR” or “TINT”.
The individual adjustment screen can be displayed
for “CONTRAST” and BRIGHT” by the remote
control. Refer to the following table:
To register the picture mode settings
which have been adjusted and use them
as the presettings, follow the procedure
on the next page from step .
Operation
Item
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
COLOUR
TINT
Note
46
Adjustment
Adjustment range
Remarks
Use the CONTRAST button
on the remote control.
Press
button
Raises the picture brightness and the picture becomes clearer.
Maximum value 63
Press
button
Lowers the picture brightness and weakens the picture.
Minimum value 0
Press
button
Increases the brightness of the dark (black) parts of the screen.
Maximum value 63
Press
button
Reduces the brightness of the dark (black) parts of the screen. Minimum value 0
Press
button
Deepens colours.
Maximum value 100
Press
button
Weakens colours.
Minimum value 0
Press
button
Adjusts skin tone toward reddish-purple.
Maximum value 60
Press
button
Adjusts skin tone toward greenish colour.
Minimum value 0
Use the BRIGHT button
on the remote control.
• If no button is operated for approx. 5 seconds while the individual adjustment screen is displayed, the
screen will return to the “PICTURE” screen.
Registering the picture mode settings as presettings
The screen settings which have been adjusted by following the adjustment procedure (on the previous page) can
be registered.
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “PICTURE” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
DYNAMIC
50
30
DEFAULT
2.2
32
32
6
2
1
SAVE AS DEFAULT SETTING FOR DYNAMIC?
OK
Note
The PICTURE screen will be displayed.
ENGLISH
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP.
GAMMA
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
Press the “ENTER” button.
Select “OK” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
ESC
• If the registered picture mode is selected after registering the picture mode settings as presettings, the
new signals will be displayed with the registered adjustments.
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Adjusting the picture
DYNAMIC IRIS setting
Pictures with the optimum contrast will be displayed by automatically providing aperture compensation and signal
compensation to suit the pictures concerned.
DYNAMIC IRIS
1
2
3
USER
OFF
DYNAMIC IRIS
AUTO IRIS
MANUAL IRIS
DYNAMIC GAMMA
2
OFF
1
Press the
buttons on the
“PICTURE” screen to select “DYNAMIC
IRIS”.
Select the "DYNAMIC IRIS" setting with
the
buttons.
Aperture compensation and signal compensation
amounts
1: Low, 2: (Intermediate), 3: High
USER: (See below), OFF: No compensation
To further adjust the selected
compensation amount, select “USER”
in step .
Press the “ENTER” button.
The DYNAMIC IRIS screen will be displayed.
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
Select “AUTO IRIS”, “MANUAL IRIS” or
“DYNAMIC GAMMA” with the
buttons.
Adjust the compensation amount with
the
buttons.
AUTO IRIS (Automatic aperture adjustment)
1: Low, 2: (Intermediate), 3: High,
OFF: No automatic compensation
MANUAL IRIS (Fixed aperture adjustment)
OFF: No fixed iris, 1: Low,
2-62: (Intermediate), 63: High
DYNAMIC GAMMA (signal compensation amount adjustment)
1: Low, 2: (Intermediate), 3: High,
OFF: No automatic compensation
Note
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• The contrast is set to the maximum level when “DYNAMIC IRIS” is set to “3.”
Adjusting the colour temperature
Adjustment procedure (to be performed while projecting the signals to be adjusted)
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
Select “PICTURE” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
DYNAMIC
50
30
DEFAULT
2.2
32
32
6
2
1
The PICTURE screen will be displayed.
Select “COLOR TEMP.” with the
buttons.
Select the desired setting from below
with the
buttons.
“LOW”, “MIDDLE”, “HIGH”, “DEFAULT”, “USER1”
and “USER2”
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
<To further adjust toward the desired white balance>
WHITE BALANCE
WHITE BALANCE HIGH
WHITE BALANCE LOW
WHITE BALANCE HIGH
R
G
B
ENGLISH
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP.
GAMMA
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed
Select “USER1” or “USER2” in Step
Press the “ENTER” button.
Select “WHITE BALANCE HIGH” or
“WHITE BALANCE LOW” with the
buttons.
.
Press “ENTER” button.
255
255
255
The WHITE BALANCE HIGH (LOW) screen will be
displayed.
Select “R”, “G” or “B” with the
buttons.
Adjust the level with the
buttons.
Item
R (Red)
G (Green)
B (Blue)
Note
Operation
Adjustment
Press
button
Deepens red.
Press
button
Weakens red.
Press
button
Deepens green.
Press
button
Weakens green.
Press
button
Deepens blue.
Press
button
Weakens blue.
Remarks
Maximum value 255
Minimum value 0
• All colours will not be displayed properly unless adequate adjustment is made.
If the adjustment is not successful, press “STD” (standard) button when the individual adjustment
screen is displayed to restore the factory default setting only for the displayed item.
• The colour temperature cannot be adjusted for the internal test pattern (refer to page 77). Be sure to
project the input signal when adjusting the colour temperature.
• When any setting other than “OFF” has been selected for colour matching, the COLOUR TEMP.
setting is fixed at “USER1”
• “DEFAULT” cannot be selected when the picture mode has been set to “USER”
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Adjusting the picture
Sharpness / Gamma / Noise reduction
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE
COLOR
TINT
COLOR TEMP.
GAMMA
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC IRIS
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “PICTURE” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
DYNAMIC
50
30
DEFAULT
2.2
32
32
6
2
1
The PICTURE screen will be displayed.
Select desired one of the items in the
following table with the
buttons.
Switch the setting with the
buttons.
Refer to the following table for the items and the
details.
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
Adjustment items
Sharpness
Gamma selection
Noise reduction
Note
Operation
Adjustment
Sharpens the outline of the image.
0 to 7 for the RGB system and the HD system
(factory setting is 2)
0 to 15 for the SD system (factory setting is 6)
Switches the gamma modes
5 settings: DEFAULT, USER1, USER2, 2.2 and
2.5
(factory setting: DEFAULT)
Switches the noise reduction effect
mode.
Four types: OFF (no correction), 1 (low),
2 (middle), 3 (high) (factory default: 2)
• Noise reduction cannot be adjusted with analogue RGB input, DVI input or network input.
• Separate software is required to select “USER1” and “USER2” as the gamma setting. Consult your
dealer.
To display pictures complying with the sRGB standard
sRGB is the international colour reproduction standard (IEC61966-2-1) established by IEC (International
Electrotechnical Commission).
To reproduce colours more faithfully in compliance with the sRGB standard, perform the following setting
procedure.
1. Set colour matching adjustment to “OFF”.
2. Press the
buttons on the “PICTURE” menu and select the “PICTURE MODE”.
Set to “NATURAL” with the
buttons.
3. Select the “COLOR” with the
buttons.
Press the STD (standard) button on the remote control to restore the factory default.
Follow the same procedure to restore the factory default for “TINT”, “COLOR
TEMP.” and “GAMMA”.
Note
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• sRGB is only enable when RGB signals are being input.
Adjusting the position
Desired position can be achieved by following the procedure below.
Shift adjustment
This function allows the user to adjust the picture position vertically or horizontally if the position of the image
projected on the screen is displaced when the projector is properly positioned against the screen.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed
Select the “POSITION” with the
buttons.
POSITION
SHIFT
SIZE
CLOCK PHASE
KEYSTONE
ENGLISH
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
DEFAULT
0
The POSITION screen will be displayed.
Select “SHIFT” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
SHIFT
V:
H:
0
0
The SHIFT screen will be displayed.
Adjust the position with the
buttons.
Press the “MENU” button three times.
The on-screen indications disappear and the
normal screen appears again.
:ADJUST
<For horizontal (right and left) adjustment>
Pressing button will
move the image to the
right.
Pressing button will
move the image to
the left.
<For vertical (up and down) adjustment>
Pressing button will
move the image upward.
Pressing button will
move the image
downward.
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Adjusting the position
Size adjustment
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select the “POSITION” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
POSITION
SHIFT
SIZE
CLOCK PHASE
KEYSTONE
Press the “ENTER” button.
DEFAULT
0
The POSITION screen will be displayed.
Select “SIZE” with the
buttons.
Using the
buttons, select the size
mode.
For details on the size mode, refer to the next
page.
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
ZOOM
INTERLOCKED:
V:
H:
HV:
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
OFF
100 %
100 %
100 %
The SIZE adjustment screen will be displayed.
Select the desired item with the
buttons.
Adjust with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
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• If “THROUGH” is selected in the size mode, the individual adjustment screen is not displayed.
• DEFAULT: Pictures are displayed without changing the aspect ratio of the input signals.
• THROUGH: Pictures are displayed without changing the resolution of the input signals.
• ZOOM: Pictures can be displayed in various magnifications. The user can magnify the pictures with the
magnification ranging from 50% to 999%, and the fiducial point is set on the top left of the screen.
• 16:9 (D7700E only): Pictures are displayed in the aspect ratio of 16:9.
• 4:3 (DW7000E only): Pictures are displayed in the aspect ratio of 4:3.
• S4:3 (D7700E only): Pictures are scaled down to 75% of the original size without changing the aspect ratio of the
input signals. This mode is used when projecting the 4:3 pictures on the 16:9 screen.
• H FIT (DW7000E only): Pictures are displayed using all the panel pixels in the horizontal direction.
Signals with an aspect ratio where the pictures are taller than with a ratio of 16:9 will be
displayed with their bottom areas cut off.
• HV FIT: Pictures are displayed on the whole panel pixels.
If the aspect ratio of the input signals is different from that of the panel, the pictures are displayed by
converting it into the panels aspect ratio (4:3 for PT-D7700E and 16:9 for PT-DW7000E).
• VID AUTO: The projector identifies the video ID (VID) embedded in the picture signals and displays the picture by
automatically switching the screen sizes between 4:3 and 16:9.
This function is effective for the video and S-video input.
• S1 AUTO: The projector identifies the S1 signal and displays the picture by automatically switching the screen
sizes between 4:3 and 16:9.
This function is effective for the S-video input.
• VID AUTO (PRIORITY): The projector identifies the abovementioned VID or S1 signals and displays the picture
by automatically choosing the screen sizes of 4:3 or 16:9 according to the VID if it is
detected or S1 signals if a VID is not detected.
This function is effective for the S-video input.
Note
Some size modes are not available for certain types of input signals.
• For RGB1 and RGB2 input signals: VID AUTO, S1 AUTO or VID AUTO (PRIORITY) cannot be selected.
• For VIDEO input signals: DEFAULT, S1 AUTO or VID AUTO (PRIORITY) cannot be selected.
• For an NTSC signal with VIDEO or S-VIDEO input: DEFAULT cannot be selected.
Clock phase adjustment
Clock phase adjustment achieves the best image when the screen flickers or halo is observed around the contour.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
POSITION
SHIFT
SIZE
CLOCK PHASE
KEYSTONE
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed
Select the “POSITION” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
DEFAULT
0
The POSITION screen will be displayed
Select “CLOCK PHASE” with the
buttons.
Adjust the clock phase with the
buttons.
The value changes from 0 to 31.
Note
• No optimal value may be obtained if the output of the PC to which the signal input is applied is unstable.
• No optimal value may be obtained if the total number of dots is not correct.
• The clock phase can be adjusted only when RGB signal input is applied with RGB1 and RGB2 IN.
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Size modes
Adjusting the position
Keystone distortion correction
Keystone distortion can be corrected only along either horizontal bound of the picture.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select the “POSITION” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
POSITION
SHIFT
SIZE
CLOCK PHASE
KEYSTONE
Press the “ENTER” button.
DEFAULT
0
The POSITION screen will be displayed.
Select “KEYSTONE” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE
LINEARITY
Press the “ENTER” button.
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63
The KEYSTONE screen will be displayed.
Adjust the “KEYSTONE” horizontally
with the
buttons.
The value changes from 0 to 127.
Adjust the vertical “LINEARITY” with
the
buttons.
:ADJUST
Note
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The value changes from 0 to 127.
• Adjust the “LINEARITY” after adjusting the “KEYSTONE”.
The variable range of the “LINEARITY” changes in response to the adjusted value of the
“KEYSTONE”.
• Pressing STD (standard) button of the remote control will restore the factory default (“KEYSTONE”: 63,
“LINEARITY”: 63).
• The adjusted value is reflected in other input signals.
• Keystone distortion can be corrected to ±40° of the angle of tilt for the projector against the screen.
(The range for the angle of elevation is within ±19° when using a lens with a fixed focal point, and it is
within ±34° when using an LE1 lens.)
How to use ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
Increase the vertical resolution when the PAL (or SECAM) 576i signal input or the NTSC 480i signal input is applied.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
Note
Select “ADVANCED MENU” with the
buttons.
Press “ENTER” button.
AUTO
SMPTE
The ADVANCED MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY”
with the
buttons.
OFF
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OFF: Unforced cinema processing
AUTO: Performs automatic detection and cinema
processing. (factory default)
30p FIXED: Forced cinema processing (2:2
pulldown) is performed when a 480i
signal is input.
25p FIXED: Forced cinema processing (2:2
pulldown) is performed when a 576i
signal is input.
ENGLISH
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
FORMAT
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
EDGE BLENDING
SYNC.TERM
RASTER POSITION
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
• In DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY mode, the image quality will be deteriorated if 30p FIXED or 25p FIXED
is selected when the signal is not a 2:2 pulldown signal.
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How to use ADVANCED MENU
Blanking adjustment
Blanking adjustment fine-tunes the images projected by the video deck or other devices when the noise appears on
the edges of the screen or if a part of the image lies slightly offscreen.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select the “ADVANCED MENU” with
the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
FORMAT
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
EDGE BLENDING
SYNC.TERM
RASTER POSITION
Press the “ENTER” button.
AUTO
SMPTE
The ADVANCED MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “BLANKING” with the
buttons.
OFF
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:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
BLANKING
UPPER
LOWER
LEFT
RIGHT
Press the “ENTER” button.
0
0
0
0
The BLANKING adjustment screen will be
displayed.
Select the desired item for adjustment
with the
buttons.
Adjust blanking with the
buttons.
The value changes from 0 to 511.
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
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<When correcting the upper blanking of the
screen (top) >
Press button to move
the blanking zone upward;
button to downward.
<When correcting the lower blanking of the
screen (bottom) >
Press button to move
the blanking zone upward;
button to downward.
<When correcting the left hand blanking of the
screen (left) >
Press
button to move
the blanking zone to the
right;
button to the left.
<When correcting the right hand blanking of the
screen (right) >
Press button to move
the blanking zone to the
right; button to the left.
Adjusting the input resolution
Input resolution adjustment achieves the best image when the screen flickers or halo is observed around the
contour.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select the “ADVANCED MENU” with
the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
AUTO
SMPTE
ENGLISH
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
FORMAT
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
EDGE BLENDING
SYNC.TERM
RASTER POSITION
The ADVANCED MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “INPUT RESOLUTION” with the
buttons.
OFF
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:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
INPUT RESOLUTION
TOTAL DOTS
DISPLAY DOTS
TOTAL LINES
DISPLAY LINES
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
Note
Press the “ENTER” button.
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832
666
624
The INPUT RESOLUTION screen will be
displayed.
Select one of the following items with
the
buttons and adjust it with the
buttons.
“TOTAL DOTS”, “DISPLAY DOTS”, “TOTAL
LINES” and “DISPLAY LINES”
Each item automatically displays a value in response
to the type of the input signal. If vertical stripes
appear on the screen or the image is partly missing,
increase or decrease the displayed value while
observing the screen to achieve the optimal value.
• The abovementioned vertical stripes will not appear on the screen when all signals are input.
• The picture may be distorted during the adjusting operation, but this is not a fault.
• The input resolution can be adjusted only when RGB signal input is applied with RGB1 and RGB2 IN.
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How to use ADVANCED MENU
Adjusting the clamp position
Use the clamp position adjustment to achieve the optimal value when dark areas of the image are crushed or
displayed in green.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “ADVANCED MENU” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
FORMAT
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
EDGE BLENDING
SYNC.TERM
RASTER POSITION
Press the “ENTER” button.
AUTO
SMPTE
The ADVANCED MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “CLAMP POSITION” with the
buttons.
OFF
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:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
CLAMP POSITION
POSITION
Press the “ENTER” button.
1
The CLAMP POSITION screen will be displayed.
Adjust with the
buttons.
The value changes from 1 to 255.
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
The optimal value for the clamp position adjustment
• If dark areas are crushed: The optimal value is the point where the dark area is best improved.
• If the dark areas are displayed in green: The optimal value is the point where the green area becomes dark
and clear.
Note
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• The clamp position can be adjusted only when the RGB signal input is applied with RGB1 and RGB2
IN.
Edge blending adjustment
This projector has the function to hide the seams for multi-screens.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
Select the “ADVANCED MENU” with
the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
AUTO
SMPTE
The ADVANCED MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “EDGE BLENDING” with the
buttons.
Select “OFF”, “ON” or “USER” with the
buttons.
ON
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OFF: When the multi-screens are not going to be
used.
ON: When the tilting inside the unit is to be used
for the tilting of the edge blending area.
USER: When a specific tilting is to be used for the
tilting of the edge blending area.
(Separate software is required to establish
these settings. Consult your dealer.)
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
ENTER:SUB MENU
EDGE BLENDING
UPPER
OFF
LOWER
OFF
LEFT
OFF
RIGHT
OFF
MARKER
BRIGHT ADJUST
Press the “ENTER” button.
START
WIDTH
START
WIDTH
START
WIDTH
START
WIDTH
0
128
0
128
0
128
0
128
OFF
The EDGE BLENDING screen will be displayed.
Specify the area to be adjusted with the
buttons.
To joint the top: set “UPPER” to “ON”.
To joint the bottom: set “LOWER” to “ON”.
To joint the left: set “LEFT” to “ON”.
To joint the right: set “RIGHT” to “ON”.
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST ENTER:CHANGE
Press the “ENTER” button to toggle
“ON” and “OFF”.
Adjust the compensation width and
start position with the
buttons.
<To display the adjustment marker>
Select “MARKER” with the
buttons.
Select “ON” with the ENTER buttons.
The optimal point is where
these lines overlap.
(Continued on next page)
Note
Red line Green line
Green line Red line
Adjustment marker
When the “MARKER” is set to “ON”, the image position adjustment
marker is displayed.
The optimal point is the position where the red line of one frame
overlaps the green line of the other frame.
Notice:
The correction widths of the jointed frames must be the same
value all the time.
The optimal joint cannot be achieved if the jointed frames have
different correction widths.
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ENGLISH
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
FORMAT
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
EDGE BLENDING
SYNC.TERM
RASTER POSITION
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
How to use ADVANCED MENU
Edge blending adjustment (continuing)
BRIGHT ADJUST
BRIGHT INSIDE
BRIGHT OUTSIDE
UPPER
LOWER
LEFT
RIGHT
Select the “BRIGHT ADJUST” with the
buttons.
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6
Press the ENTER button.
0
0
0
0
Projection range
The BRIGHT ADJUST screen will be displayed.
Edge blending width (right)
BRIGHT adjustment (right)
Marker
BRIGHT INSIDE
Note
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BRIGHT OUTSIDE
Select the “BRIGHT INSIDE” with the
buttons.
Adjust the compensation value (0-255)
with the
buttons.
Select the part of Upper, Lower, Right,
Left with
buttons.
With the
buttons, adjust the width
(0 to 255) where no BRIGHT INSIDE
compensation is to be provided.
Select the "BRIGHT OUTSIDE" with the
buttons.
Adjust the compensation value (0-255)
with the
buttons.
• The BRIGHT adjustment is a function for making the brightening of the BRIGHT level in those areas
where the pictures overlap less conspicuous when multi-screens have been configured using edge
blending. The optimal point is where, after the BRIGHT INSIDE has been adjusted, the compensation
amount is the same for the BRIGHT levels in the areas where the pictures overlap and where the
pictures do not overlap. If, after the BRIGHT INSIDE adjustment, only the vicinity of the borders of the
areas where the pictures overlap and where the pictures do not overlap becomes bright, proceed to
adjust the top, bottom, left and right widths. Alternatively, if only the vicinity of the borders has
darkened as a result of the width adjustments, proceed with the BRIGHT OUTSIDE adjustment.
• When a rear screen or screen with a high gain is used, the joints may appear to be discontinuous
depending on the viewing position.
Raster position
When the whole area where the input picture can be displayed is not used, the picture can be moved to any
position inside the display area.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
RASTER POSITION
V:
H:
Select “ADVANCED MENU” with the
buttons.
Press “ENTER” button.
AUTO
SMPTE
The ADVANCED MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “RASTER POSITION” with the
buttons.
ENGLISH
ADVANCED MENU
DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY
FORMAT
BLANKING
INPUT RESOLUTION
CLAMP POSITION
EDGE BLENDING
SYNC.TERM
RASTER POSITION
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
OFF
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Press the “ENTER” button.
0
0
The RASTER POSITION screen will be displayed.
Adjust the position with the , ,
and
buttons.
Press the “MENU” button three times.
The on-screen indications disappear and the
normal screen appears again.
PT-D7700E
<When 5:4 pictures are displayed (when SXGA signals are input)>
Pressing button will
move the image to the
right.
Pressing button will
move the image to
the left.
<When 16:9 pictures are displayed (when HDTV or 480p pictures are input
or 16:9 is selected in the SIZE mode)>
Pressing button will
move the image upward.
Pressing button will
move the image
downward.
PT-DW7000E
<When 4:3 pictures are displayed>
Pressing button will
move the image to the
right.
Pressing button will
move the image to the
left.
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Changing the display language
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select the “LANGUAGE” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
:SELECT
Press the “MENU” button.
The LANGUAGE screen will be displayed.
Select the desired language with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button to establish
your selection.
ENTER:SET
When this is selected, the language display will
turn a light green.
Menus, setting items, adjustment screens, and
control button names will be displayed in the
language the user chooses.
The available languages are: English, German
(DEUTSCH), French (FRANÇAIS), Spanish
(ESPAÑOL), Italian (ITALIANO), Japanese (
Chinese (
), Russian (
) and
Korean (
).
Note
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),
• The on-screen display of the projector is set
to the English language on shipping.
How to change the system format
Pressing the SYSTEM SELECTOR button on the remote control or using the menu screen operation (page 81)
enables the user to make the following changes depending on S Video / Video input or the currently selected input
module.
The name of the selected system such as RGB, YPBPR and AUTO is displayed on the top left of the screen and
disappears automatically.
S video / Video terminal input signal
For the setting
of AUTO1
:
AUTO1
NTSC
PAL60
For the setting
of AUTO2
:
AUTO2
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
NTSC4.43
PAL-M
PAL-N
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“AUTO 1”: Selection is automatically made out of NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43 and PAL60.
“AUTO 2”: Selection is automatically made out of NTSC, PAL-M and PAL-N.
Input module
ET-MD77SD1
:
ET-MD77SD3
:
AUTO
576i
AUTO
1 080/60i
480i
480i
1 035/60i
720/50p
576i
720/60p
1 080/24sF
1 080/24p
1 080/25p
1 080/50i
1 080/30p
When the STD (standard) button is pressed while changing the system mode (with the SYSTEM
SELECTOR), the projector automatically returns to AUTO1, AUTO2, or AUTO.
RGB1/RGB2 terminal input signals
For 720p, 1 080i input: RGB
YPBPR
For 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p input: RGB
YCbCr
For the signals other than those above, SYSTEM SELECTOR button is invalid.
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Option settings
ID number setting
The projector has an ID number setting function that helps the user to control two or more projectors either
simultaneously or separately with a single remote control. The ID number is set to "ALL" by default. Hence the
ID number need not be set when only one projector is used.
Procedure of setting
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
OPTION
PROJECTOR ID
SETTING
LAMP SELECT
LAMP POWER
RS232C SETTING
OSD POSITION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COLOR MATCHING
VIDEO SETTING
AUTO SETUP
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
Note
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Press the “ENTER” button.
2
FRONT-F
DUAL
HIGH
2
OFF
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
Select “PROJECTOR ID” with
buttons and change the value with
buttons (ALL, 1, 2, …64).
Press the “MENU” button twice.
This concludes the setting procedure and the onscreen indications disappear and the normal
screen appears again.
• The ID number can be set to “ALL”, or selected from “1” to “64”.
• If the projectors are given ID numbers, their remote controls must be assigned the same ID numbers,
respectively.
• If the ID number of a projector is set to “ALL”, it can be controlled by the remote control or the PC with
any ID number.
If multiple projectors are used and some of them have their IDs set to “ALL”, they cannot be controlled
separately from the projectors with other ID numbers.
For details on remote control ID setting, see page 16.
Installation Setting
A projection scheme can be chosen depending on the installation of the projector. If the picture is shown upside
down or in reverse, change the projection scheme using the following figures A to D.
B: Ceiling mount front projection (Front – Ceiling mount)
C: Floor mount rear projection (Rear – Floor mount)
D: Ceiling mount rear projection (Rear – Ceiling mount)
ENGLISH
A: Floor mount front projection (Front – Floor mount)
Select the setting by displaying the on-screen indications using buttons of the remote control or the control panel on
the main unit.
Procedure of setting
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
OPTION
PROJECTOR ID
SETTING
LAMP SELECT
LAMP POWER
RS232C SETTING
OSD POSITION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COLOR MATCHING
VIDEO SETTING
AUTO SETUP
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
Press the “ENTER” button.
2
FRONT-F
DUAL
HIGH
2
OFF
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
Select “SETTING” with the
buttons and choose a projection
scheme with the
buttons.
Each time
or
button is pressed, the types of
projection scheme, together with its indications, are
toggled through a cycle as follows:
FRONT-F
FRONT-C
REAR-C
REAR-F
Press the “MENU” button twice.
The on-screen indications disappear and the
normal screen appears again.
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Option settings
Lamp select
Lamp power
Two internal lamps in the projector can be used either
in “DUAL” or “SINGLE” mode depending on user's
needs or viewing conditions.
In the “SINGLE” mode, the projector may automatically
switches between one lamp and the other, or one of
the lamps can be specified.
LAMP SELECT
LAMP1
The luminance of the projection lamp can be changed
depending on user's needs or the viewing conditions.
LAMP POWER
LOW
HIGH
“LOW”: Set when high brightness is not necessary.
“HIGH”: Set when high brightness is necessary.
LAMP2
SINGLE
DUAL
“LAMP 1”: One lamp illuminates.
(Lamp Unit 1 is always used)
“LAMP 2”: One lamp illuminates.
(Lamp Unit 2 is always used)
“SINGLE”: One of the lamps illuminates.
(The lamp with shorter operating hours is
automatically selected)
“DUAL”: Two lamps illuminate.
Note
• If any of “SINGLE”, “LAMP 1” and “LAMP 2” has
been selected, when a currently lit lamp expires, or
is turned off due to the elapsed time of lamp
lighting exceeding 1500 hours (with the lamp
output set at “HIGH”), the other lamp will be turned
on.
If “DUAL” has been selected, when either of the
two lamps expires, or is turned off due to the
elapsed time of lamp lighting exceeding 1500
hours, the other lamp with elapsed time not
exceeding 1500 hours continues lighting.
Further, if the elapsed time exceeds 1500 hours
for both lamps, the projector will enter a standby
state.
• If only one lamp is mounted, select “LAMP 1” or
“LAMP 2” according to the relevant lamp unit.
In “LAMP 1” or “LAMP 2” mode, if the
corresponding lamp is not installed, the other lamp
will turn on.
• If the lamp selection is changed, picture is muted
during lamp switching execution. (7-25sec.)
This time period is 4 000 hours when Long Life
Lamp Units (page 98) are used.
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Note
• When set to “LOW”, it is possible to
reduce power consumption, reduce
operating noise and extend lamp
service life.
• “LOW” is set automatically when Long
Life Lamp Units are used.
RS232C SETTING
(Procedure of setting
communication conditions)
Press the “MENU” button.
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
The user can specify the position of the on-screen
indications
OSD POSITION
buttons to select
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
1
2
8
9
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
“1”: Top left of the screen
“2”: Left centre of the screen
“3”: Bottom left of the screen
“4”: Top centre of the screen
“5”: Centre of the screen
“6”: Bottom centre of the screen
“7”: Top right of the screen
“8”: Right centre of the screen
“9”: Bottom right of the screen
ENGLISH
Press
and
“OPTION”.
Position of on-screen
indications
Press
and
buttons to select
“RS232C SETTING”.
OPTION
PROJECTOR ID
SETTING
LAMP SELECT
LAMP POWER
RS232C SETTING
OSD POSITION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COLOR MATCHING
VIDEO SETTING
AUTO SETUP
2
FRONT-F
DUAL
HIGH
2
OFF
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
The RS232C SETTING screen will be displayed.
RS232C SETTING
(IN) BAUDRATE
(IN) PARITY
(OUT) BAUDRATE
(OUT) PARITY
VPS SYSTEM
GROUP
38400
EVEN
38400
EVEN
MASTER
A
MASTER
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
Press
and
buttons to select
communication conditions
Press
and
buttons to confirm the
setting.
Press the “MENU” button three times.
System information
Displays the system information of the projector.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
ROM VERSION:
SET RUNTIME:
LAMP1
TYPE:
LOW:
HIGH:
TOTAL:
LAMP2
TYPE:
LOW:
HIGH:
TOTAL:
1.00
1200h
LAD7700
300h
0h
300h
LAD7700
300h
0h
300h
ENTER: NEXT
• Pressing the “ENTER” button will move on to the next
page.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
ON COUNT
POWER ON TIMES:
100
LAMP 1 ON:
50( 1)
LAMP 2 ON:
50( 1)
AUX:
MD77DV: DN
NUMBER OF
ENTRY SIGNAL:
1/64
ENTER: NEXT
The on-screen indications disappear, and the
system returns to the normal screen.
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Option settings
Adjusting colour matching
When multiple sets are used simultaneously, this projector allows the user to correct the difference of colours
among the sets.
Procedure of adjustment
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
OPTION
PROJECTOR ID
SETTING
LAMP SELECT
LAMP POWER
RS232C SETTING
OSD POSITION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COLOR MATCHING
VIDEO SETTING
AUTO SETUP
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
Press “ENTER” button.
2
FRONT-F
DUAL
HIGH
2
3COLORS
Select “COLOR MATCHING” with the
buttons.
Select “3COLORS” with the
buttons.
:CHANGE
COLOR MATCHING:3COLORS
R
G
B
AUTO TESTPATTERN
OFF
3COLORS:R
R
G
B
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
2048
0
0
Press the “ENTER” button.
Select “R”, “G” and “B” with the
buttons.
Press “ENTER” button.
Adjust the values with the
buttons.
These values can be adjusted from 0 to 2048.
Note
• When “7COLORS” is selected in step
,
it is possible to adjust the 7colours of “R”,
“G”, “B”, “Cy”, “Mg”, “Ye” and “Wh”.
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
Note
Adjustment
• The effects of correcting the adjustment colour
When tuning the correction colour that is the same as the adjustment colour: the brightness of the adjustment
colour changes.
When tuning the correction colour RED: RED is added to or reduced from the adjustment colour.
When tuning the correction colour GREEN: GREEN is added to or reduced from the adjustment colour.
When tuning the correction colour BLUE: BLUE is added to or reduced from the adjustment colour.
• This adjustment should be carried out by a person who is familiar with the projector or by a service person
because a high level of skill is required to make successful adjustment.
• Pressing the “STD” (standard) button will restore the factory defaults for all items.
• When any setting other than “OFF” has been selected for colour matching, the COLOUR TEMP. setting is fixed
at “USER1”
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Adjusting the colour matching using a colorimeter
The “R”, “G”, “B”, “Cy”, “Mg”, “Ye” and “Wh” colours can be changed to the desired hues using a colorimeter which
is capable of measuring the chromaticity coordinates and luminance.
Press the “MENU” button.
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
Select “COLOR MATCHING” with the
buttons.
Select “MEASURE” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
Use the colorimeter to measure the
luminance (Y) and chromaticity
MEASURE MODE
coordinates
(x,
y).
MEASURED
DATA
TARGET DATA
Select AUTO
the TESTPATTERN
colours with ON
the
buttons, and select their values with
the
buttons.
After all the data has been input, press
the “MENU” button.
The MEASURE MODE screen will be displayed.
MEASURE MODE
MEASURED DATA
TARGET DATA
AUTO TESTPATTERN
ENGLISH
<Inputting the current luminance and chromaticity
coordinates>
ON
The MEASURE MODE screen will be displayed.
MEASURE MODE
MEASURED DATA
TARGET DATA
AUTO TESTPATTERN
<Inputting the coordinates of a desired colour>
Select “TARGET DATA” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
ON
The TARGET DATA screen will be displayed.
TARGET DATA
R, G, B
Cy, Mg, Ye, Wh
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Select “MEASURED DATA” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
Select “R, G, B” or “Cy, Mg, Ye, Wh”
with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
The MEASURED DATA screen will be displayed.
The TARGET DATA: R, G, B (or “Cy, Mg, Ye, Wh”)
screen will be displayed.
MEASURED DATA
Bk
Y
x
y
R
Y
x
y
G
Y
x
y
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
5
0.313
0.329
2126
0.640
0.330
7152
0.300
0.600
TARGET DATA: R, G ,B
R
x
y
G
x
y
B
x
y
0.630
0.340
0.310
0.595
0.155
0.070
:MENU SELECT
:ADJUST
Select the desired colours with the
buttons, and input their
coordinates with the
buttons.
After all the data has been input, press
the “MENU” button.
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Option settings
Video setting
This feature allows the user to select the signaling
system according to the connected device.
Select “VIDEO SETTING” from the
“OPTION” screen and press the ENTER
button.
The “VIDEO SETTING” screen will be displayed.
Use the
buttons to select
"VIDEO" or "S-VIDEO".
Use the
buttons to select “AUTO
1” or “AUTO 2”.
“AUTO1”: The system is automatically selected from
among NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43 and
PAL60.
“AUTO2”: The system is automatically selected from
among NTSC, PAL-M and PAL-N.
DVI EDID
(Only when the ET-MD77DV input module is
installed)
Select the EDID mode setting that corresponds to
the device to be connected.
Select “DVI EDID” from the “OPTION”
screen and press the ENTER button.
Use the
buttons to select
“EDID1” or “EDID2”.
MODE
Displayable resolution:
VGA-UXGA (non-interlace)
EDID2
Dot clock frequency:
25 MHz - 162 MHz
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(Only for RGB input)
Use this setting when adjusting a specific or oblong
(16:9, etc.) signal.
Press the MENU button.
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
Press the ENTER button.
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
Using the
buttons, select “AUTO
SETUP”.
Press the ENTER button.
The AUTO SETUP screen will be displayed.
Using the
buttons, switch to the
desired mode.
“DEFAULT”: to receive signals of which image
aspect is 4:3 or 5:4
“WIDE”:
to receive signals of which image
aspect is 16:9 (oblong)
“USER”:
to receive signals of specific horizontal
resolution (number of horizontally
displayed dots)
MODE
Applicable resolution
640 x 400, 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 832 x
624, 960 x 720, 1 024 x 768, 1 152 x 864,
DEFAULT
1 152 x 870, 1 280 x 960, 1 280 x 1 024,
1 600 x 1 200, 1 400 x 1 050
WIDE
720 x 400, 848 x 480, 1 280 x 720,
1 120 x 750, 1 376 x 768, 1 600 x 1 024
Input signal formats supported
480p, 576p, 720/60p, 720/59.94p, 720/50p,
1 080/60i, 1 080/59.94i, 1 080/50i, 1 080/24sF,
EDID1
1 080/23.98sF, 1 080/30p, 1 080/29.97p,
1 080/25p, 1 080/24p, 1 080/23.98p
Note
Automatic adjustment
• Interlace signals are not supported even
when the EDID2 mode is selected.
If “USER” is selected, enter the
horizontal resolution of signal source
into “number of horizontally displayed
dots” using
buttons.
Press the ENTER button.
Execute automatic adjustment.
A message “PROGRESS...” appears during
automatic adjustment.
When the adjustment is complete, the system
returns to the input screen.
Pictures projected onto a screen (for SXGA) with a 5:4
aspect ratio can be displayed with the SXGA
resolution.
Auto signal
When unregistered signals are to be input frequently
because the unit is used at conferences or other
venues, the screen display position can be adjusted
automatically without having to press the AUTO SET
UP button on the remote control each time.
Press the “MENU” button.
Press the “MENU” button.
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
Press “ENTER” button.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
Press “ENTER” button.
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
Select “OUTPUT RESOLUTION” with
the
buttons.
Select “AUTO SIGNAL” with the
buttons.
OPTION
OUTPUT RESOLUTION
AUTO SIGNAL
FAN CONTROL
P IN P
FUNC1
DVI EDID
PASSWORD
ENGLISH
Output resolution
(D7700E only)
OPTION
SXGA+
ON
NORMAL
OFF
P IN P
EDID2 (PC)
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
Switch between “SXGA+” and “SXGA”
with the
buttons.
SXGA+ (1 400 x 1 050): For projecting pictures
onto a screen with an
aspect ratio of 4:3.
SXGA (1 280 x 1 024): For projecting pictures
onto a screen with an
aspect ratio of 5:4.
OUTPUT RESOLUTION
AUTO SIGNAL
FAN CONTROL
P IN P
FUNC1
DVI EDID
PASSWORD
SXGA+
ON
NORMAL
OFF
P IN P
EDID2 (PC)
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
Switch between “ON” and “OFF” with
the
buttons.
If unregistered signals are input when “ON” is
selected, auto setup will be initiated automatically.
Fan control
When using the projector over 1 400 m above sea
level, set to “HIGHLAND”.
FAN CONTROL
NORMAL
HIGHLAND
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Option settings
P IN P
This item is used to set the condition of the Picture-InPicture.
OPTION
OUTPUT RESOLUTION
AUTO SIGNAL
FAN CONTROL
P IN P
FUNC1
PASSWORD
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
P IN P:USER1
MAIN WINDOW:
SIZE
POSITION
SUB WINDOW:
SIZE
POSITION
FRAME LOCK:
TYPE:
LINEALITY
SXGA+
ON
NORMAL
USER1
P IN P
ENTER:SUB MENU
RGB1
VIDEO
MAIN WINDOW
MAIN WINDOW
MAIN WINDOW
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
Use the
buttons to select "OFF",
"USER 1", "USER 2", or "USER 3".
When selecting an option other than "OFF", the
submenu can be displayed by pressing the ENTER
button.
• Frame lock:
The user can select the window to apply frame
lock.
“MAIN WINDOW”: Frame lock is set for the input signals
specified for the main window.
“SUBWINDOW”: Frame lock is set for the input
signals specified for the
subwindow.
• Type:
The user can select the window that is displayed by
priority when two windows overlap.
“MAIN WINDOW”: The main window is displayed by
priority.
“SUBWINDOW”: The subwindow is displayed by priority.
• Linearity:
The user can select the window to apply the linearity
correction when the P IN P function and the keystone
distortion correction function are both used
simultaneously.
“MAIN WINDOW”: The linearity correction is applied
to the main window.
“SUBWINDOW”: The linearity correction is applied to
the subwindow.
Note
Main window
Subwindow
• Main window:
The input terminal for the main window is
displayed. The
buttons can be used to
select the input terminal.
Size: The user can specify the display size of the
main window between 10% and 100%.
Position: The user can specify the display position
of the main window on the screen.
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•Subwindow:
The input terminal for the subwindow is displayed.
The
buttons can be used to select the input
terminal.
Size: The user can specify the display size of the
subwindow between 10% and 100%.
Position: The user can specify the display position
of the subwindow on the screen.
• The P IN P function is not available
depending on the input signals and the
selected input terminals.
• The main window’s picture adjustment
values such as the picture mode, gamma
selection and colour temperature setting
for the main window will be applied.
• In the normal screen (when the menu is
not displayed), the
buttons can be
used to switch the size and position of the
main window and subwindow when the P
IN P function is on.
List of P IN P
RGB2
AUX
SD
HD
EDID1-SD
EDID1-HD
ET-MD77SD1
S-VIDEO input
VIDEO input
YPbPr input
YCbCr input
RGB input
YPbPr input
YCbCr input
RGB input
Main window
ET-MD77DV
ET-MD77SD3
Subwindow
1
2
3
4
EDID2
RGB1
RGB input
YCbCr input
RGB1
YPbPr input
RGB input
RGB2
YCbCr input
YPbPr input
ENGLISH
VIDEO input
S-VIDEO input
ET-MD77SD1
SD
1
HD
2
ET-MD77SD3
AUX
ET-MD77DV
EDID1-SD
3
EDID1-HD
4
EDID2
: P in P (Picture in Picture) combinations are enabled
: P in P (Picture in Picture) combinations are disabled
1 480i, 576i
2 720/60p, 720/50p, 1 035/60i, 1 080/60i, 1 080/50i, 1 080/24sF, 1 080/30p, 1 080/25p, 1 080/24p
3 480p, 576p
4 720/60p, 720/50p, 1 080/60i, 1 080/50i, 1 080/24sF, 1 080/30p, 1 080/25p, 1 080/24p
Setting FUNC1
The user can specify the function of the “FUNC 1”
button on the remote control.
FUNC1
P IN P
Password
This function is used by a service person.
Input the password with the numeric buttons (0 to 9) of
the remote control and press ENTER button to confirm
the entry.
LAMP POWER
SIZE
“P IN P”:
Enables setting of P IN P to OFF,
USER 1, USER 2, or USER 3.
(refer to page 72).
“LAMP POWER”: Enables the lamp power to be
switched between high and low
(refer to page 66).
“SIZE”:
Enables the picture size to be
selected (refer to page 52).
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Using the serial terminals
The main unit is equipped with SERIAL terminals located in its terminal section on the side, and this terminal is
compliant with RS-232C. Also a serial output terminal is provided to enable plural projector control.
Examples of connection
Single projector
Plural projectors
<Terminal section on projector side>
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
RS-232C (G)
RS-422 (R)
IN
RS-232C (G)
RS-422 (R)
OUT
<Terminal section on Projector 1> <Terminal section on Projector 2>
PC
D-Sub 9-pin
(male)
PC
SERIAL
RS-232C (G)
RS-422 (R)
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
D-Sub 9-pin
(female)
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
(female)
(male)
Communication cable
IN
RS-232C (G)
RS-422 (R)
OUT
RS-232C (G)
RS-422 (R)
SERIAL
RS-232C (G)
RS-422 (R)
IN
OUT
SERIAL
D-Sub 9-pin D-Sub 9-pin
D-Sub 9-pin
(male)
(female)
(male)
Communication cable
Communication cable
Pin assignments and signal names
D-Sub 9-pin (female),
external appearance
Pin No. Signal name
TXD
RXD
GND
CTS
RTS
Serial input terminal
Description
NC
Send data
Receive data
Connected internally
Ground
NC
D-Sub 9-pin (male),
external appearance
Connected internally
Serial output terminal
Description
NC
Receive data
Send data
NC
Ground
NC
Pin No. Signal name
RXD
TXD
GND
RTS
CTS
Connected internally
NC
NC
Communication conditions (Factory setting)
RS-232C-compliant
Start-stop synchronization
9 600bps
None
8 bits
1 bit
None
None
Signal level
Synchronization method
Baud rate
Parity
Character length
Stop bit
X parameter
S parameter
Basic format
Transmission from the computer begins with STX, then the ID, command, parameter, and ETX are sent in this
order. Add parameters according to the details of control.
STX
A D
I1
I2
;
C1
C2
C3
:
(2 bytes) Two ID
characters
Colon
(2 bytes) Semicolon
(1 byte)
(1 byte)
Start
ZZ, 1 to 64 and 0A to 0Z
3 command
(1 byte)
characters (3 bytes)
ID designate
P1
P2
Pn
ETX
End
(1 byte)
Parameter
(undefined length)
Attention • No command can be sent or received for 10 to 60 seconds after the lamp starts lighting. Try
sending any command after that period has elapsed.
• When sending several commands, be sure to wait for a response from the projector before sending
the next command. When sending commands without parameters, a colon (:) is not necessary.
Note
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• When the wrong command is sent, the "ER401" or "ER402" status is sent from the projector to the
personal computer.
• Projector ID supported on the RS-232C interface is ZZ (ALL) and a group of 1 to 64 and 0A to 0Z.
• If a command is sent with a projector ID specified, the projector will return answer back only in the
following cases:
If it coincides with the projector ID,
ID specification is ALL and VPS-SYSTEM is the master, or
ID specification is group and Group is the master.
Control commands
When controlling the projector from a computer, the following commands are available:
Remarks
Command Function of command
PON
Power “ON”
POF
Power “OFF”
IIS
Switch input modes VID = VIDEO
In standby mode, commands other than “PON” are invalid.
• While the lamp is ON and being controlled, a “PON” command will not be accepted.
Parameter
RG1 = RGB1
Parameter
0 = DUAL
1 = SINGLE
2 = LAMP 1
3 = LAMP 2
“SINGLE” will use the
lamp (LAMP 1 or LAMP 2) with
shorter operating hours.
ENGLISH
QSL
Query for active
lamp mode
SVD = S-VIDEO
RG2 = RGB2
AUX=AUX
Parameter
0 = DUAL
1 = SINGLE
2 = Only LAMP 1 is on
3 = Only LAMP 2 is on
LPM
Active lamp mode
OLP
Lamp power setting 0 = HIGH, 1= LOW
Note
• If you need a detailed command list, please contact your dealer.
Parameter
Cable specifications
<Connecting to a PC>
Computer
(DTE specifications)
Projector
1
NC
NC
1
2
2
3
3
4
NC
NC
5
6
4
5
NC
NC
6
7
7
8
8
9
NC
NC
9
Attention • To connect the computer to the SERIAL terminal, prepare an adequate communication cable that
fits to your personal computer.
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Using the REMOTE 2 terminal
;
;
Using the REMOTE 2 terminal provided on the side of the main unit, it is possible to operate the projector from a
control panel etc. furnished in a distant location where infrared remote control signal cannot be received.
Example of a control panel layout
Remote terminal
External control
Remote terminal/External control
ON
STANDBY
LAMP
RGB1
VIDEO
RGB2
S-VIDEO
Control panel located in a different room
Projector set up in a meeting room
Pin assignments and control
Be sure to short-circuit Pins
and
when controlling.
Names of terminals
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
external appearance
Note
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GND
POWER
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
AUX
SHUTTER
RST / SET
Open (H)
Short (L)
OFF
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
OFF
GND
ON
RGB1
RGB2
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
AUX
ON
Controlled by remote control Controlled by external contact
• The “POWER”, “RGB” and “VIDEO” buttons on the remote control and projector will not operate when
pins
and
are shorted. In addition, it disables the main unit operation sections that correspond to
those functions, remote control buttons and RS-232C commands.
Displaying the internal test pattern
The projector has eight types of internal test patterns to check the condition of the set.
To display test patterns, follow the steps below.
Note
• Results of adjustment on the image, picture quality, position, size and other factors will not be reflected
in test patterns. Be sure to display the input signal before performing various kinds of setting.
Press the MENU button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “TEST PATTERN” with the
buttons.
Search through the various types of
test patterns with the
buttons.
ENGLISH
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Cycle of displayed internal test patterns
MENU screen
+
Entry screen
MENU screen
+
All white
MENU screen
+
All black
MENU screen
+
Flag
MENU screen
+
Window
(inversion)
MENU screen
+
Window
MENU screen
+
Flag (inversion)
MENU screen
+
Focus
MENU screen
+
Colour bars
RS-422 control functions
The RS-232C terminal of the projector is available as a RS-422 control terminal. RS-232C control terminal is
selected on shipping.
CAUTION
Consult a service technician to
convert RS-422 control
functions.
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Setting the security
The unit's security function serves to display the password input screen or to set and display the user company's
URL under the projected pictures.
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “SECURITY” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
PASSWORD
The PASSWORD screen will be displayed.
:INPUT
ENTER:SET
SECURITY
PASSWORD
PASSWORD CHANGE
TEXT DISPLAY
TEXT CHANGE
<For first-time use>
Press the
,
,
,
,
,
,
and
buttons in this order, and then press the “ENTER”
button.
<When the password has already been changed>
Enter the new password, and press the “ENTER”
button.
Note
OFF
OFF
• Only asterisks will appear on the screen
to represent the actual characters of the
password when the password is entered.
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
Setting the password
The PASSWORD screen can be displayed when the power has been turned on. Unless the correct password is
entered, the user will be prohibited from performing any operations apart from the power off ( ) button and lens
adjustments.
SECURITY
PASSWORD
PASSWORD CHANGE
TEXT DISPLAY
TEXT CHANGE
OFF
OFF
Select “PASSWORD” with the
buttons.
Switch “PASSWORD” with the
buttons.
ON: Password entry is enabled.
OFF: Password entry is disabled.
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
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Changing the password
The password can be changed.
SECURITY
PASSWORD
PASSWORD CHANGE
TEXT DISPLAY
TEXT CHANGE
OFF
Select “PASSWORD CHANGE” with the
buttons.
OFF
Press the “ENTER” button.
PASSWORD
NEW
The PASSWORD screen will be displayed.
Set the password with the
and
buttons.
CONFIRM
,
,
:INPUT
ENTER:SET
Press the “ENTER” button.
For the purposes of confirmation, enter
the password again.
Press the “ENTER” button.
Note
• Only asterisks will appear on the screen to
represent the actual characters of the password
when the password is entered.
Setting the text
The set text can be permanently displayed below the pictures being projected.
SECURITY
PASSWORD
PASSWORD CHANGE
TEXT DISPLAY
TEXT CHANGE
OFF
OFF
Select “TEXT DISPLAY” with the
buttons.
Select “ON” or “OFF” with the
buttons.
ON: The text display is enabled.
OFF: The text display is disabled.
Changing the text
The characters displayed in the text can be changed when “ON” has been selected as the “TEXT DISPLAY”
setting.
SECURITY
PASSWORD
PASSWORD CHANGE
TEXT DISPLAY
TEXT CHANGE
TEXT
OFF
OFF
Select “TEXT CHANGE” with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
The TEXT screen will be displayed.
Select the text position with the
buttons and the characters of the text
with the
buttons.
Press the “ENTER” button.
The text is now changed.
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ENGLISH
Up to eight buttons can be set as the password.
How to use CP OPTION
The on-screen indication can be turned “ON” or “OFF” and the system selector setting can be changed using the
rear panel operating section of the main unit.
Setting the on-screen indication function
Procedure of setting
Hold down the “MENU” button for 3 or
so seconds.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
CP OPTION
If the on-screen function is “OFF”, the on-screen
indication will now appear, and the “CP OPTION”
item will be added to the main menu.
Select “CP OPTION” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
CP OPTION
OSD
SYSTEM SELECTOR
Press the “ENTER” button.
ON
The CP OPTION screen will be displayed.
Select “OSD” with the
buttons.
Select “ON” or “OFF” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
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ON: The on-screen indication function is set to
“ON”.
OFF: The on-screen indication function is set to
“OFF”.
Setting the system format
Procedure of setting
Hold down the “MENU” button for 3 or
so seconds.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
CP OPTION
If the on-screen function is “OFF”, the on-screen
indication will now appear, and the “CP OPTION”
item will be added to the main menu.
CP OPTION
OSD
SYSTEM SELECTOR
ON
ENGLISH
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Select “SYSTEM SELECTOR” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE
SYSTEM SELECTOR
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
Press the “ENTER” button.
AUTO1
AUTO1
The SYSTEM SELECTOR screen will be
displayed.
Select one of the following inputs for
setting the system format with the
buttons.
“RGB1”, “RGB2”, “VIDEO”, “S-VIDEO”, “AUX”
:MENU SELECT
:CHANGE ENTER:EXECUTE
Note
• Only the inputs enabling the system
format to be selected are actually
displayed.
Select the system format with the
buttons.
Note
• For details on which system format can be
selected, refer to “How to change the
system format” (on page 63).
Press the “ENTER” button.
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How to use network function (optional)
The input module (ET-MD77NT, ET-MD77DV, ET-MD77SD1 or ET-MD77SD3) available as an optional accessory
comes with a network function to enable the projector to be controlled from the Web browser of the personal
computer.
In addition, the network function also fulfills automatic E-mail transmission function. It can send mail to a
predefined E-mail address when the system malfunctions or when the lamp used hours reaches the set value.
Example of connection
A LAN cable is required to use the network function.
PC
Projector
LAN cable (straight)
LAN cable (straight)
Hub
• A Web browser is required to use this function. Make sure that a Web browser is available in the system.
• Use Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/NT4.0/2000/XP for the OS of your personal computer.
• The Web browser should be Internet Explorer 6.0 or later or Netscape Communicator 7.0 or later.
• To use the E-mail function, communication with E-mail server must be established. Make sure that E-mail
feature is available in your system.
• Use a straight insulated LAN cable which supports category 5 or above.
• The length of LAN cable must be 100 m or shorter.
Name and function of network function parts
LAN terminal (10 Base-T/100 Base-TX)
Connect LAN cable here.
Network Module
ET-MD77NT
LAN10/100 lamp (yellow)
This lights when a 100Base-TX connection is
established.
LAN
LAN LINK/ACT lamp (green)
This lights when a LAN cable is
connected and flashes when signals are
being received or sent.
Attention
• If the LAN terminal is touched by electrostatically charged hands (or body), failure may be caused by the
discharge of static electricity.
Be careful not to touch metallic part of LAN terminal or LAN cable.
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Initial setting of network function
Procedure of setting
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
2
FRONT-F
DUAL
HIGH
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
ENGLISH
OPTION
PROJECTOR ID
SETTING
LAMP SELECT
LAMP POWER
RS232C SETTING
OSD POSITION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COLOR MATCHING
VIDEO SETTING
NETWORK SETTING
Select “NETWORK SETTING” with the
buttons.
2
3COLORS
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
NETWORK SETTING
HOST NAME
DHCP
IP ADDRESS
PORT
NET MASK
GATEWAY
MAC ADDRESS
STORE
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:ADJUST
Note
Press the “ENTER” button.
PROJECTOR
OFF
192.168. 0. 8
80
255.255.255. 0
192.168. 0. 1
00.00.00.00.00.00
The NETWORK SETTING screen will be
displayed.
Select items with the
buttons and
press the “ENTER” button to change
the setting.
Select the “STORE” with the
buttons and press the “ENTER” button
twice.
• The network settings are stored in the input module installed inside the projector. Perform
these settings again when the installed input module has been replaced.
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How to use network function (optional)
Initial setting of network function (continuing)
Items
HOSTNAME
Function
Description
Display of host name and setting
Make alteration if necessary when to use the
DHCP server.
DHCP client function
Set the DHCP item to ON when to acquire an IP
address automatically using the DHCP server.
Set to OFF if DHCP server is not used.
DHCP
IP ADDR
Display of IP address and setting Enter the IP address if DHCP server is not used.
PORT No.
Display and setting of the port
number for connection with the
Web browser.
Number 80 is normally used.
Change the data if necessary.
NET MASK
Display of net mask and setting
Enter the net mask if DHCP server is not used.
GATEWAY
Display of gateway address and Enter the gateway address if DHCP server is not used.
setting
MAC ADDR
Display of MAC address
Displays the MAC address (Media Access Control
Address), which is proper to the network device.
This function may be needed when to use the DHCP server.
• Before using the DHCP server, make sure the DHCP server is already functioning.
• For details of IP address, net mask, and gateway, ask the network administrator.
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Accessing from the Web browser
Activate the Web browser in the personal computer.
Enter the IP address set by the projector into the URL input field of the Web
browser.
ENGLISH
Enter “user1” in the user name field and enter “panasonic” (lower case) in the
password field.
Press OK and the top page will appear.
Password change page
Click [Change password].
Old password input field
New password input field
New password input field
(re-enter for confirmation)
Button for erasing all
entered characters
Button for executing
password change
Note
• Avoid activating two or more Web browser simultaneously to work out setting or control actions.
• Change the password first of all.
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How to use network function (optional)
Basic control page
This page is the first page displayed when the projector is accessed through a web browser.
To move from another page, click [Projector control], then [Basic control].
Control button
Click this item, and a
projector control page
appears.
Update button
Click this item, and the
update page of the
projector’s firmware
appears.
E-mail set up button
Click this item, and an
E-mail setting page
appears.
Network set up button
Click this item, and a network
set up page for IP address and
other items appear.
Power On/Off control
Change password button
Monitor information
button
Click this item, and the
status of the projector
is displayed.
Shutter control
OSD
(On-screen Display)
display/non-display
Use these to select
the input signals.
System type switching
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Detail control page
Click [Projector control], then [Detail control] to display the Detail control page.
On-screen status is
displayed, even if the
on-screen of projector
is set to off.
Lens adjustment
Test pattern display
This button updates the
on-screen description
on the right of the
control page with the
latest information.
Pressing these buttons controls the projector and
updates the on-screen description on the right of the
control page when control is finished.
Monitor information page
Click [Projector control], then [Status information] to display the Status information page.
This page displays the projector statuses established for the items shown below.
Displays the input switching
status.
Displays temperature of
projector’s intake air.
Displays temperature inside
the projector.
Displays temperature of
projector exhaust.
Displays the lamp lit hours.
Displays used hours of the
projector.
Displays the type of
projector.
Displays the firmware version of
the projector main unit.
Displays self-diagnosis
information.
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ENGLISH
Menu display
How to use network function (optional)
Error information page
When
is displayed on the status information screen, click it to display the error details.
OK: Normal operation
FAILED: Occurrence of trouble
Note
• Depending on the nature of the error, the projector may be placed in the standby mode for its own protection.
When [FAILED] has appeared for an item
Parameter
MAIN CPU BUS
FAN
OPTICS MODULE
TEMPERATURE
Description
Trouble has occurred in the microcomputer circuitry. Consult your dealer.
Trouble has occurred in the fan or its drive circuit. Consult your dealer.
The temperature inside the projector is high. It may be that the projector is
being used where the ambient temperature is high such as near a heating
appliance.
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
The input air temperature is too high. It may be that the projector is being
used where the ambient temperature is high such as near a heating
appliance.
OUTPUT AIR TEMPERATURE The exhaust air temperature is too high. It may be that the projector’s
ventilation holes are blocked.
LAMP REMAIN TIME
The lamp runtime has exceeded the prescribed cumulative time, and it is
now time to replace the lamp.
LAMP STATUS
The lamp has failed to light.
Wait a short while for the lamp to cool off, and then turn on the power.
APERTURE (CONTRAST-SHUTTER)
Trouble has occurred in the contrast shutter circuitry. Consult your dealer.
SHUTTER (MUTE-SHUTTER)
Trouble has occurred in the shutter circuitry. Consult your dealer.
OPTICS MODULE TEMP.SENSOR
Trouble has occurred in the temperature detection sensor inside the
projector. Consult your dealer.
INPUT AIR TEMP.SENSOR
Trouble has occurred in the sensor used to detect the input air temperature.
Consult your dealer.
OUTPUT AIR TEMP.SENSOR
Trouble has occurred in the sensor used to detect the exhaust air
temperature. Consult your dealer.
BATTERY
The backup battery has been run out. Consult your dealer.
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E-mail setup page
With this projector, if a problem occurs or if the lamp usage time reaches a set value, an e-mail message can be
sent to one or more preset e-mail addresses (maximum two addresses). Click [Projector Control], then [E-mail set
up] to display the E-mail setup page.
Select “Enable” to use the Email function.
Enter the IP address or server name of the E-mail server (SMTP). The DNS
server must be set if the server name is entered.
The user can enter the location
of, for example, the installed
projector so that the recipient
may easily identify the
originator of the E-mail.
(maximum 63 characters)
The user can modify the threshold temperature for
sending temperature warning mail. If the
temperature rises above the set value, control sends
temperature warning mail.
Enter the E-mail
address of your
desired recipient.
The user can modify the
minimum time interval of
temperature warning mail. The
default value is 60 minutes. In
this case, the user cannot send
another mail for 60 minutes
after sending previous
temperature warning mail even
the set warning temperature is
reached again.
Select the conditions for
sending E-mail.
Error:
an error is detected by selfdiagnosis.
Warning LAMP1: remaining
lamp service time has reached
the value set in the field.
Warning LAMP2: remaining
lamp service time has reached
the value set in the field.
Warning input air
Temperature:
intake air temperature has
reached the value set in the field.
Warning output air
Temperature:
exhaust temperature has
reached the value set in the
field.
Periodic warning interval setting
(e-mail is sent on the checked
days of the week/times)
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ENGLISH
Enter the E-mail address of the
projector.
(maximum 63 characters)
How to use network function (optional)
Enter the E-mail address to
which the E-mail is to be sent
when two E-mail addresses
are going to be used. Do not
enter it when the second Email address is not going to
be used.
Check these boxes when Email is to be sent periodically
to two E-mail addresses. Email will be sent at the times
and on the days checked.
Button to update settings
Select the conditions for sending E-mail.
Error: an error is detected by self-diagnosis.
Warning LAMP1: remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in
the field.
Warning LAMP2: remaining lamp service time has reached the value set in
the field.
Warning input air Temperature: intake air temperature has reached the
value set in the field.
Warning output air Temperature: exhaust temperature has reached the
value set in the field.
DNS server set up page
Click [Network set up], then [DNS server set up] to display the DNS server set up page.
Primary DNS server
address
Available input characters:
Numbers (0 - 9), period (.)
(ex. 192.168.0.253)
Secondary DNS server
address
Available input characters:
Numbers (0 - 9), period (.)
(ex. 192.168.0.254)
Button to update settings
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POP server setup page
The POP server is set on this page when POP authentication is required for mail transmissions.
Click [Network set up], then [POP server set up] to display the POP server setup page.
Select “Enable” for this setting
only when authentication is
required for sending mail.
POP server name field
Available input characters:
Alphanumeric characters (A–Z,
a–z, 0–9), hyphen (-), period (.)
ENGLISH
POP server user name field
POP server password field
Button to update settings
Ping test page
This page makes it possible to check whether the network is connected to the E-mail server, POP server, DNS
server, etc.
Click [Network set up], then [Ping test] to display the Ping test page.
Enter the IP address of the
server to be tested.
Button for conducting the
test.
Display which appears when
the connection was
successful.
Display which appears when
the connection failed.
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How to use network function (optional)
Contents of mail sent
• Mail with the contents shown below is sent when the E-mail settings have been established.
Subject: Panasonic projector report(CONFIGURE)
=== Panasonic projector report(CONFIGURE) ===
Projector Type
: D7700
– – – – – E-mail setup data – – – – –
TEMPERATURE WARNING SETUP
MINIMUM TIME
at [ 60] minutes interval
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE Over [ 35C / 95F ]
ERROR
[ON ]
LAMP1 RUNTIME
[OFF ]
at REMAIN
LAMP1 RUNTIME
[OFF ]
at REMAIN
LAMP2 RUNTIME
[OFF ]
at REMAIN
LAMP2 RUNTIME
[OFF ]
at REMAIN
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE [OFF ]
PERIODIC REPORT
Sunday [ OFF ]
Monday [ OFF ]
Thursday [ OFF ]
Friday [ OFF ]
00:00
04:00
08:00
12:00
16:00
20:00
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
01:00
05:00
09:00
13:00
17:00
21:00
Tuesday [ OFF ]
Saturday [ OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
– – – – – check system – – – – –
MAIN CPU BUS
FAN
OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
OUTPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
LAMP2 REMAIN TIME
LAMP1 REMAIN TIME
•
•
•
[200]
[100]
[200]
[100]
02:00
06:00
10:00
14:00
18:00
22:00
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[ON ]
[OFF ]
H
H
H
H
Wednesday [ ON ]
03:00
07:00
11:00
15:00
19:00
23:00
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
[OFF ]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
• Mail with the contents shown below is sent when an error has occurred.
Subject: Panasonic projector report(ERROR)
=== Panasonic projector report(ERROR) ===
Projector Type
: D7700
– – – – – check system – – – – –
MAIN CPU BUS
[
OK
FAN
[
OK
OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE [
OK
INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
[
OK
OUTPUT AIR TEMPERATURE
[
OK
LAMP2 REMAIN TIME
[
OK
LAMP1 REMAIN TIME
[
OK
LAMP2 STATUS
[
OK
LAMP1 STATUS
[ FAILED
OPTICS MODULE TEMP.SENSOR [
OK
INPUT AIR TEMP.SENSOR
[
OK
OUTPUT AIR TEMP.SENSOR
[
OK
BATTERY
[
OK
(Error code 00 40 00 00)
Input air temperature
: 27 degC / 80 degF
Output air temperature : 65 degC /149 degF
SET RUNTIME
1857 H
POWER ON
248 times
LAMP1 ON
177 times
LAMP1 LOW
0 H
LAMP1 HIGH
68 H
LAMP2 ON
183 times
LAMP2 LOW
0 H
LAMP2 HIGH
75 H
LAMP1 REMAIN 1432 H
LAMP2 REMAIN 1425 H
– – – – – Network configuration – – – – –
IP address 192.168.0.8
MAC address 00:00:00:00:00:00
Wed Jan 26 18:54:31 2005
– – – – – Memo – – – – –
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]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
Adjust clock page
Click [Network set up], then [Adjust clock] to display the Adjust clock page.
Time zone selection
Button to update time zone
setting
New date field
ENGLISH
Button to update time and
date settings
New time field
Note
• If the time becomes incorrect immediately after setting the correct time, then the battery needs to be
changed. Contact the dealer where you bought the projector to have the battery changed.
Network config page
Set this to ON to enable the
DHCP client function.
Enter the IP address if DHCP
server is not used.
Enter the port number here.
Number 80 is normally used.
Enter the net mask if DHCP
server is not used.
Enter the gateway address if
DHCP server is not used.
Enter the name of the projector here. Enter the host name
here if it is required when the DHCP server is going to be
used, for instance.
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How to use network function (optional)
Firmware update page
(The firmware should be updated only by an individual with the specialized knowledge required to do this.)
Enter here the filename of the
firmware to be updated.
After entering the filename,
press the [Upload] button. Data
transfer is now commenced.
It will take several dozen
seconds for the data to be
transferred.
The time taken will differ
depending on the network
conditions.
Displays the current version.
Displays the updated version.
Check the updated version
against the current version,
and if everything is in order,
press the [Write] button.
Version data rewriting is now
commenced.
Do not turn off the power while
the version data is being
rewritten.
• Messages such as the ones shown below appear during data rewriting.
• The following message appears upon completion of the version data rewriting.
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Returning the network function setting back to the
factory setting
Using the following procedure, the user can return all settings of network function such as IP address,
password and Email setting to the factory setting.
Procedure of setting
Press the “MENU” button.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
Select “OPTION” with the
buttons.
OPTION
PROJECTOR ID
SETTING
LAMP SELECT
LAMP POWER
RS232C SETTING
OSD POSITION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COLOR MATCHING
VIDEO SETTING
NETWORK SETTING
ENGLISH
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
Press the “ENTER” button.
2
FRONT-F
DUAL
HIGH
The OPTION screen will be displayed.
Select “NETWORK SETTING” with the
buttons.
2
3COLORS
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
NETWORK SETTING
HOST NAME
DHCP
IP ADDRESS
PORT
NET MASK
GATEWAY
MAC ADDRESS
Press the “ENTER” button.
PROJECTOR
OFF
192.168. 0. 8
80
255.255.255. 0
192.168. 0. 1
00.00.00.00.00.00
The NETWORK SETTING screen will be
displayed.
Select “STORE” with the
buttons.
STORE
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:ADJUST
WOULD YOU LIKE TO CANCEL
ALL NETWORK SETTINGS BACK TO
FACTORY SHIPMENT STATUS?
OK
ESC
Hold down the “Standard (STD)” button
for 3 seconds.
A confirmation screen will be displayed.
To cancel, press the “MENU” button. The
NETWORK SETTING screen will be displayed.
Press the “ENTER” button.
:CHANGE ENTER:SET
The IP address, password, E-mail settings and all
the other network function settings are returned to
the factory defaults.
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Indication of monitor lamp
Three monitor lamps are provided at the top of main unit front to inform the user of the lamp replacement time and
unusual internal temperature. These lamps indicate the degree of abnormality by combination of blinking and/or
lighting lamps. Turn off the power and take the proper measure according to the table below.
TEMP
LAMP1
LAMP2
POWER
Lamp 2 monitor (LAMP2)
Lamp 1 monitor (LAMP1)
Temperature monitor (TEMP)
Name of monitor
lamp
Lamp
indication
Information
Warm-up status
Temperature
monitor
Lighting in
red
(lamp unit
ON)
TEMP
Blinking in
red
(2 times)
Blinking in
red
(3 times)
• Did you turn on the
power when the
ambient temperature
was low (approx. 0
°C)?
Remedial measure
• Wait about five minutes in the
current status.
• Install the unit in a location
having an ambient
temperature from 0 to 40 °C.
• Remove the object that is
blocking the ventilation port.
High temperature
• Check if the
• Move the projector to a
inside. (WARNING)
ventilation port is
temperature of 0 to 40 ˚C and
blocked.
the humidity of 20 to 80% (no
• Is the room air
condensation).
temperature too high?
•
Turn off the MAIN POWER
High temperature
• Check the air filter for
switch
using the procedure on
inside
clogging.
page
34
and clean the air filter
(Standby condition)
(refer to page 97).
Cooling fan has
been stopped.
Lighting in
red
Indicates the time
for replacing the
lamp unit.
Blinking in
red
(3 times)
Error is detected in
the lamp circuit.
Lamp monitor
LAMP1
Checkpoint
LAMP2
• Turn off the main power supply
(MAIN POWER) switch in the
procedure shown on page 34
and consult the distributor.
• This lamp monitor lights up
when the lamp unit used hours
have reached 1 300 hours
(3 800 hours when Long Life
Lamp Units are used).
Request the dealer to replace
the lamp unit.
• Did you notice a
“REPLACE THE
LAMP” message on
the screen when
turning on the
projector power
supply?
• Did you turn the
• Wait until the lamp has cooled
power back on
off, and then turn on the
immediately after
power.
turning it off?
• Some error has
arisen in the lamp
• Turn off the MAIN POWER
circuit.
switch using the procedure on
• Check for fluctuation
page 34 and consult the
(or drop) in the source dealer.
voltage.
Attention • Be sure to observe the procedure (How to turn “ON” and “OFF” the power supply) on page 33–34
when performing power supply operation to take a measure to the indication of temperature
monitor (TEMP) lamp and lamp monitor (LAMP) lamp.
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Cleaning and replacement of air filter
If too much dust is deposited in the air filter, temperature inside the main unit will rise and the temperature monitor
(TEMP) lamp blinks, eventually turning off the power supply.
Clean the air filter section once every 100 hours or so as a guideline depending on the location of projector
operation.
Procedure of cleaning
Turn off the main power and remove the power plug from the receptacle.
Turn off the power supply observing the procedure (How to turn “OFF” the power supply) on page 34 and
then remove the power plug.
Dismantle the air filter.
ENGLISH
Put a hand in the bottom of the air filter,
take out the filter from the main unit while pulling toward
yourself.
Clean the air filter.
Suck off deposited dust with a vacuum cleaner.
Attention • Be careful not to suck in the air filter
itself.
Air filter
Mount the air filter.
Set the air filter and then mount the filter in the reverse order to step
.
Attention • The air filter must be fitted in place when using the projector.
Using the projector without the air filter fitted inside, dirt and dust are sucked into the projector,
causing failure.
Note
• If cleaning cannot remove the dust completely, then it is a sign to replace the air filter. Consult the
dealer. In addition, when the lamp unit is replaced, also replace the air filter.
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Replacement of lamp unit
CAUTION
Wait until the lamp is cooled sufficiently before replacing the lamp unit.
Precautions on lamp unit replacement
Be careful when handling a light source lamp.
The lamp unit has high internal pressure. If
improperly handled, failure might result.
A used lamp unit may burst if it is handled
violently.
For disposition of used lamps, request an
industrial waste disposal contractor.
Do not reset the cumulative time, except when
the lamp unit has been replaced with a new
unit.
If you continue to use a lamp after the
replacement time, the lamp may break.
Philips screwdriver is necessary when replacing
a lamp unit.
Take care not to slip your hand when using a
screwdriver.
Attention • A lamp unit is an optional part. Contact
the dealer.
Replacement Lamp Unit model No.:
ET-LAD7700 (single bulb),
ET-LAD7700W (double bulbs)
Rating: 300W
Long Life Lamp Unit model No.:
ET-LAD7700L (single bulb),
ET-LAD7700LW (double bulbs)
Rating: 160W
• Other lamps than specified above cannot
be used. Be sure to use the specified
lamp.
Timing of lamp unit
replacement
The lamp used for the light source has its due life. The
life of light source lamp used in the main unit is 1 500
hours 1 (when lamp output is HIGH and lamp
selection is DUAL). However, it may happen that the
lamp becomes dead (will not light) by the time of 1 500
hours 1 depending on the characteristics of individual
lamps and working conditions (lamps may reduce their
life affected by the times of lighting and the intervals
between previous lighting and next lighting). Therefore,
it is strongly recommended for the user to keep a
spare bulb.
If your lamp unit is not replaced after 1 300 hours 2
(with the lamp output set at “HIGH”), power supply will
be turned off automatically at the time of 1 500 hours 1,
entering a standby state. After 1 500 hours 1 of initial
lighting, power supply is turned off automatically about
10 minutes later, entering a standby state even if it is
turned on again.
Indication after 1 300 hours
(with the lamp output set at
"HIGH")
2
When lamp unit used hours have reached 1 300
hours 2, lamp monitor (LAMP1 or LAMP2) light
up including standby state.
Further, an on-screen indication will appear for
about 30 seconds as shown in the diagram on the
right, recommending replacement of lamp unit.
(The indication on the below diagram will
disappear after about 30 seconds or when either
control button on the rear of main unit or remote
control button is operated.)
After the time of 1 500 hours 1, the on-screen
indication will not disappear unless the menu
(MENU) button is operated.
REPLACE THE LAMP
1 This time period is 4 000 hours when Long
Life Lamp Units are used.
2 This time period is 3 800 hours when Long
Life Lamp Units are used.
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Procedure of lamp unit replacement
Caution • After 1 500 hours (4 000 hours when Long Life Lamp Units are used) of operating the same lamp, it is
only possible to operate the unit for approximately 10 minutes. Steps 9 to 15 must be completed within
ten minutes.
1. Turn the power off by following the steps on pages 33 ~ 34, remove the power plug
and confirm that the surroundings of the lamp unit have cooled off.
2. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove
the 7 screws on the lamp unit cover
located on the rear of the projector.
Fixing screws
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3. Remove the lamp unit cover from the
main unit.
Lamp unit cover
4. Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen
each of the two lamp unit fixing screws
until the screws turn freely. Then hold
the handle of the lamp unit and gently
pull it out from the projector.
Lamp unit 2
Handle
Lamp unit 1
Caution
The lamp unit will be hot after it has
been used.
You might get burned if you touch it while it is still
hot.
Lamp unit
Fixing screws
Lamp unit
Fixing screws
5. Install the new lamp unit.
6. Use a Phillips screwdriver to securely tighten the two lamp unit fixing screws for
each lamp unit.
7. Install the lamp unit cover, and then
use a Phillips screwdriver to securely
tighten the lamp unit cover fixing 7
screws.
Caution • Firmly install the lamp unit and lamp
unit cover. If not installed firmly, a
protection circuit will function and the
power will not be turned on.
Fixing screws
Lamp unit cover
99
Replacement of lamp unit
8. Insert the power cord plug into the wall outlet and then press the MAIN POWER
switch.
Caution • If the power does not turn on (power indicator lamp (red) does not turn on) even after turning the
MAIN POWER switch “I”, turn the MAIN POWER “O”, confirm that the lamp unit and door are
installed correctly, and turn on again.
9. Press the “I” (POWER) button so that a picture is projected onto the screen.
10. Press the “MENU” button to display
the MAIN MENU screen, and then
press the
and
buttons to move
the cursor to select “OPTION”.
11. Press the “ENTER” button to display
the “OPTION” screen, and select
“SYSTEM INFORMATION” with the
and
buttons.
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
POSITION
ADVANCED MENU
LANGUAGE
OPTION
TEST PATTERN
SIGNAL LIST
SECURITY
OPTION
PROJECTOR ID
SETTING
LAMP SELECT
LAMP POWER
RS232C SETTING
OSD POSITION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COLOR MATCHING
VIDEO SETTING
AUTO SETUP
2
FRONT-F
DUAL
HIGH
2
3COLORS
:MENU SELECT
ENTER:SUB MENU
12. Press the “ENTER” button.
The SYSTEM INFORMATION screen will be
displayed.
13. Press and hold the “ENTER” button
on the projector or the remote control
for approximately 3 seconds.
An item “LAMP RESET” will be added.
14. Select the lamp which has been
replaced with the
and
buttons.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
ROM VERSION:
SET RUNTIME:
LAMP1
TYPE:
LOW:
HIGH:
TOTAL:
LAMP2
TYPE:
LOW:
HIGH:
TOTAL:
LAMP RESET
LAMP1
LAD7700
LAD7700L
LAMP2
LAD7700
LAD7700L
1.00
1433h
LAD7700
0h
1433h
1433h
LAD7700
0h
1100h
1100h
1433h
0h
1100h
0h
LAMP1: Replace the LAMP UNIT 1
LAMP2: Replace the LAMP UNIT 2
:SELECT
15. Press the “ENTER” button. When
“OK?” is displayed, press the
“ENTER” button.
The used hours of the specified lamp unit will be
reset to zero.
When more than one lamp has been replaced,
repeat the procedure from step 14.
100
ENTER:EXECUTE
LAMP RESET
LAMP1
LAD7700
LAD7700L
LAMP2
LAD7700
LAD7700L
OK?
1433h
0h
1100h
0h
Before asking for service … try to check the following points again.
Symptoms
Checkpoint
No image appears on
screen
• Is the lens covered with the cap?
• Is the screen image input connected in a correct manner?
• Is the device(s) connected to the projector working normally?
• Is the shutter function used? (Refer to page 42.)
Screen image is blurred
• Is the lens in focus? (Refer to page 35.)
• Is the projection distance adequate? (Refer to page 19-20.)
• Is the lens dirty?
• Is the projector placed vertical to the screen? (Refer to page 18.)
Pale colour / bad colour
tint
• Are colour strength and colour tint correctly adjusted? (Refer to page 46.)
• Is the device(s) connected to the projector adjusted correctly?
Remote control does
not function
• Are dry batteries consumed?
• Is polarity correct in battery setting? (Refer to page 15.)
• Are there any obstacle between the remote control and the beam receiving
window? (Refer to page 15.)
• Are you trying to operate the remote control beyond the effective range? (Refer to
page 15.)
• Is the remote 2 (REMOTE2) terminal used for external control? (Refer to page 76.)
• Is any external light interfering with the remote control operation?
• Was operation of ID setting made in a correctly way? (Refer to pages 16 and 64.)
Abnormal image on the
screen
• Is the input selector set to correct position? (Refer to page 63.)
• Is the correct signaling system selected? (Refer to page 63.)
• Are there any malfunctions on the source side, such as bad video tape?
• Are you supplying a signal that is not compatible with the projector? (Refer to page 104.)
Images from PC are not
projected
• Is the cable too long?
• Is the correct signal destination set for notebook computer screen image?
Use Fn and F3 keys for setting. (For details, refer to the instruction manual of the
computer.)
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Power does not turn on
• Is the power cord securely plugged in the receptacle?
• Is the MAIN POWER switch put to the “O” position?
• Is power supply live at the receptacle?
• Is the temperature monitor (TEMP) lamp on the projector front lighting or blinking?
(Refer to page 96.)
• Is the lamp monitor (LAMP) lamp on the projector front lighting or blinking? (Refer
to page 96.)
• Is the lamp unit cover completely attached?
• Was operation of ID setting made in a correctly way? (Refer to pages 16 and 64.)
101
Specifications
Model No.
PT-D7700E
Power supply
Power consumption
DLP panel
Panel size
Display system
Number of pixels
PT-DW7000E
220 V–240 V~, 50 Hz/60 Hz
800 W (about 15 W in standby without fan running)
TM
0.95 inch (aspect ratio 4:3)
Three-unit DMDTM element, DLPTM type
3 x 1 470 000 pixels (1 400 x 1 050 dots)
Lens
Powered zoom
Powered focus control
Option
Projection lamp
Optical output
Applicable scanning frequency
For video signal (S-video included)
For RGB signal
For DVI-D signal
For YPBPR signal
Colour system
2 bulbs x 300 W UHM lamp
7 000 lm
Projection scheme
Contrast ratio
Interface ports
Input module connection slot
RGB1 input terminal
6 000 lm
Horizontally 15.73 kHz/15.63 kHz, vertically 59.94 Hz/50 Hz
Horizontally 15 kHz–100 kHz, vertically 24 Hz–120 Hz,
Panasonic Intelligent Auto Scanning (PIAS) system
Dot clock frequency 20 MHz–162 MHz
EDID1 480p, 576p, 720/60p,
EDID2 1 Displayable resolution :
720/59.94p, 720/50p
VGA-UXGA
1 080/60i, 1 080/59.94i,
(non-interlace)
1 080/50i, 1 080/24sF,
Dot clock frequency :
1 080/23.98sF
25 MHz-162 MHz
1 080/30p, 1 080/29.97p,
1 080/25p, 1 080/24p,
1 080/23.98p
[480i], horizontally 15.73 kHz, vertically 59.94 Hz
[480p], horizontally 31.5 kHz, vertically 59.94 Hz
[576i], horizontally 15.63 kHz, vertically 50 Hz
[576p], horizontally 31.25 kHz, vertically 50 Hz
[720/60p], horizontally 45 kHz, vertically 60 Hz
[1 035/60i], horizontally 33.75 kHz, vertically 60 Hz
[1 080/60i], horizontally 33.75 kHz, vertically 60 Hz
[1 080/50i], horizontally 28.13 kHz, vertically 50 Hz
[1 080/24p], horizontally 27 kHz, vertically 24 Hz
[1 080/30p], horizontally 33.75 kHz, vertically 30 Hz
[1 080/25p], horizontally 28.13 kHz, vertically 25 Hz
[1 080/24sF], horizontally 27 kHz, vertically 48 Hz
• HD/SYNC, VD terminals are not compliant with 3 value composite
SYNC.
7 standards (NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL/PAL-N/PAL-M/SECAM/PAL60)
Screen size
Screen aspect ratio
0.85 inch (aspect ratio 16:9)
Three-unit DMDTM element, DLPTM type
3 x 1 049 088 pixels (1 366 x 768 dots)
70 inch–600 inch
4:3
Menu-selectable from front/rear/ceiling mount, and floor standing
4 000:1 (when “DYNAMIC IRIS” has been set to “3”)
One system of input module connection slot
1 set, BNC x 5
[For YPBPR input]
Y: 1.0 V[p-p] synchronization signal included,
PBPR: 0.7 V[p-p] 75 Ω For G-SYNC: 1.0 V[p-p] 75 Ω
HD/SYNC: 75 Ω, 1.4–5 Vp-p, positive/negative polarity automatically adjusted
VD: 75 Ω, 1.4–5 Vp-p, positive/negative polarity automatically adjusted
[For RGB input] 0.7 V[p-p] 75 Ω
1.Interlace signals are not supported even when the EDID2 mode is selected.
102
16:9
Video input/output terminal
S-video input terminal
Serial input/output terminal
Remote1 input/output terminal
Remote2 terminal
1 set of high-density, D-sub 15p (female)
[For YPBPR input]
Y: 1.0 V [p-p] synchronization signal included,
PBPR: 0.7 V[p-p] 75 Ω
[For RGB input] 0.7 V[p-p] 75 Ω For G-SYNC: 1.0 V[p-p] 75 Ω
HD/SYNC: TTL, high-impedance, positive/negative polarity automatically adjusted
VD: TTL, high-impedance, positive/negative polarity automatically adjusted
• HD/SYNC, and VD terminals are not compliant with 3-value direct
SYNC.
1 set BNC
1.0 V[p-p] 75 Ω (Active through for Video output)
1 set Mini DIN 4p
Y 1.0 V[p-p] C 0.286 V[p-p] 75 Ω Compliant with S1 signals
D-sub 9-pin (female), RS-232C compliant
Used for personal computer control
1 set each for M3 pin jack
Wired remote control, used for link control
D-sub 9p (female)
Used for external control
Length of power supply cord
2.5 m
Cabinet
Molded resin
Outside dimensions
Width: 530 mm, Height : 200 mm, Depth: 569 mm
22 k
Mass
Working environment condition
2.Ambient
temperature: 0 to 40 °C (0 to 35 °C when setting for lamp
power is HIGH and lamp select is DUAL)
Ambient humidity: 10 to 80% (no condensation)
Remote control
Power source
Operation range
Mass
Outside dimensions
Option
Hanging attachment (For high ceiling)
Hanging attachment (For low ceiling)
Dual attachment
Carrying handle
Projection lens
DVI-D input module
Network module
SD-SDI input module
HD/SD-SDI input module
Replacement Lamp Unit
Long Life Lamp Unit
Wireless mouse receiver
(without lens)
3 V DC (two AA dry cells)
approx. 7 m (in front of beam receiver)
110 (including dry cells)
Width: 50 mm, Thickness: 31 mm, Depth: 181 mm
: ET-PKD75
: ET-PKD75S
: ET-DFD75
: ET-HAD75
: ET-D75LE1, ET-D75LE2, ET-D75LE3, ET-D75LE4,
ET-D75LE5, ET-D75LE8
: ET-MD77DV
: ET-MD77NT
: ET-MD77SD1
: ET-MD77SD3
: ET-LAD7700 (single bulb), ET-LAD7700W (double bulbs)
: ET-LAD7700L (single bulb), ET-LAD7700LW (double bulbs)
: ET-RMRC2
2.If the projector is used at high altitude (1 400 to 2 700 m), the value for allowable ambient temperature should
be lowered by 5 °C.
103
ENGLISH
Interface ports
RGB2 input terminal
Appendix
<Compatible RGB/YPBPR Signals>
The following table specifies the types of RGB/ YPBPR signals compatible with the projector.
RGB signals can also be input within the range of fH=15 kHz–100 kHz, fV=24 Hz–120 Hz, dot clock=20 MHz–162 MHz.
Display mode
VGA400
VGA480
SVGA
XGA
MXGA
SXGA
SXGA+
UXGA
MAC16
MAC21
1080 / 60i
720 / 60p
480i
576i
480p
576p
Note
104
Number of displayed dots
640 x 400
640 x 400
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
1 024 x 768
1 024 x 768
1 024 x 768
1 024 x 768
1 024 x 768
1 024 x 768i
1 024 x 768
1 024 x 768
1 152 x 864
1 152 x 864
1 152 x 864
1 120 x 750
1 120 x 750i
1 280 x 1 024
1 280 x 1 024
1 280 x 1 024
1 280 x 1 024
1 280 x 1 024
1 280 x 1 024i
1 280 x 1 024i
1 400 x 1 050
1 400 x 1 050
1 400 x 1 050
1 600 x 1 200
832 x 624
1 152 x 870
1 920 x 1 080i
1 280 x 720
720 x 480i
720 x 576i
720 x 483
720 x 576
Applicable input signal data
Horizontal scanning frequency (kHz) Vertical scanning frequency (Hz)
56.4
24.8
70.1
31.5
59.9
31.5
66.7
35.0
72.8
37.9
75.0
37.5
85.0
43.3
51.0
32.1
56.3
35.2
60.3
37.9
72.1
48.1
75.0
46.9
85.1
53.7
60.0
48.4
70.1
56.5
75.0
60.0
81.6
65.5
85.0
68.7
86.8
35.5
100.8
80.7
120.0
94.0
70.0
63.9
75.0
67.5
85.0
77.1
60.1
50.1
80.0
32.6
50.0
52.4
60.0
64.0
71.7
78.2
75.0
80.0
85.0
91.2
86.0
46.2
88.9
47.6
60.0
65.2
72.0
78.8
75.0
82.2
60.0
75.0
74.6
49.7
75.0
68.6
60.0
33.75
60.0
45.0
59.9
15.7
50.0
15.6
59.9
31.5
50.0
31.25
• The number of display dots of the PT-D7700E is 1 400 x 1 050. If signals with a number of display
dots differing from the data listed above are supplied, they will be converted into signals with 1 400 x
1 050 dots and displayed.
• The number of display dots of the PT-DW7000E is 1 366 x 768. If signals with a number of display
dots differing from the data listed above are supplied, they will be converted into signals with 1 366 x
768 dots and displayed.
• Character “i” that follows the number of displayed dots stands for interlace signal.
• Flicker (line flicker) will be caused in images if interlace signals are connected.
Outside dimensions
200
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29
540
<Units: mm>
530
105
Note:
Purchase of this equipment includes the rights to use this software (the built-in microcomputer and information
recorded on ROMs) but does not grant copyrights. Do not reverse engineer, change or modify the software.
The guarantee will not be valid for any malfunctions caused by such actions.
Trademark Acknowledgement
• Digital Light Processing, DLP, and Digital Micromirror Device, DMD are registered trademarks of the Texas
Instruments.
• VGA and XGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
• S-VGA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics Standards Association.
• “Microsoft Windows” is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation (U.S.A.) in the U.S. and other
countries.
• “Netscape” and “Netscape Navigator” are registered trademarks of the Netscape Communications
Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
• HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing LLC.
• Patent No. 5,717,422
All other trademarks are the property of the various trademark owners.
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