User`s manual | Dukane 8918 Projector User Manual

Portable LCD Projector
Model 8943
8918
USER’S MANUAL
#070030
Projector
8918/8943
User's Manual – Operating Guide
Thank you for purchasing this projector.
WARNING
Before using this product, please read the “Safety Guide”
section and related sections to ensure the proper use of this product.
After reading section, store this in a safe place for future reference.
About this manual
Various symbols are used in this manual. The meanings of these symbols are
described below.
WARNING This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly
result in personal injury or even death due to incorrect handling.
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result in personal injury or physical damage due to incorrect
handling.
Please refer to the pages written following this symbol.
NOTE • The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
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Content
Content
About this manual. . . . . . . . . . 1
Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Projector features. . . . . . . . . . 3
Preparations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Contents of package . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Fastening the lens cover . . . . . . . . . .3
Part names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Rear panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Setting up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Adjusting the projector's elevator . . .9
Using the security bar and slot . . . . .9
Connecting your devices . . . . . . . . .10
Connecting power supply . . . . . . . .12
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Laser pointer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Putting batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
About the remote control signal . . . .14
Changing the frequency of remote
control signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Using as a wired remote control . . .15
Using as a
simple PC mouse & keyboard . . .15
Power on/off . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Turning on the power. . . . . . . . . . . .16
Turning off the power . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Operating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Adjusting the volume . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Temporarily muting the sound . . . . .17
Selecting an input signal . . . . . . . . .17
Searching an input signal . . . . . . . .18
Selecting an aspect ratio . . . . . . . . .18
Adjusting the zoom and focus . . . . .19
Adjusting the lens shift . . . . . . . . . .19
Using the automatic adjustment feature . .19
Adjusting the position . . . . . . . . . . .20
Correcting the keystone distortions .20
Using the magnify feature . . . . . . . .21
Freezing the screen . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Temporarily blanking the screen . . .22
Using the menu function . . . . . . . . .23
EASY MENU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
ASPECT, AUTO KEYSTONE EXECUTE,
KEYSTONE , KEYSTONE , PICTURE MODE,
BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOR, TINT, SHARPNESS,
WHISPER, MIRROR, RESET, FILTER TIME,
2
(EASY MENU continued)
LANGUAGE, Go to Advanced Menu...
PICTURE menu . . . . . . . . . . . 26
BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, GAMMA, COLOR TEMP,
COLOR, TINT, SHARPNESS, ACTIVE IRIS, MY MEMORY
IMAGE menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
ASPECT, OVER SCAN, V POSITION, H POSITION,
H PHASE, H SIZE, AUTO ADJUST EXECUTE
INPUT menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
PROGRESSIVE, VIDEO NR, 3D-YCS,
COLOR SPACE, COMPONENT, VIDEO FORMAT,
M1-D, FRAME LOCK, RGB IN, RESOLUTION
SETUP menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE,
KEYSTONE , KEYSTONE , WHISPER,
MIRROR
AUDIO menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
VOLUME, TREBLE, BASS, SRS WOW,
SPEAKER, AUDIO
SCREEN menu . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
LANGUAGE, MENU POSITION, BLANK,
START UP, MyScreen, MyScreen Lock,
MESSAGE, SOURCE NAME
OPTION menu . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
AUTO SEARCH, AUTO KEYSTONE ,
AUTO ON, AUTO OFF, LAMP TIME,
FILTER TIME, MY BUTTON, SERVICE,
SECURITY
NETWORK menu . . . . . . . . . . 53
DHCP, IP ADDRESS, SUBNET MASK,
DEFAULT GATEWAY, TIME DIFFERENCE,
DATE AND TIME, e-SHOT, INFORMATION, SERVICE
Network functions . . . . . . . . 55
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Internal clock battery . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Other care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . 62
Related messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Regarding the indicator lamps . . . . .63
Phenomena that may be easy
to be mistaken for machine defects . .65
Warranty and after-service. . . 68
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Technical Guide . . . . . . . . . . 1-19
Network Functions . . . . . . . . 1-38
Safety Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Projector features / Preparations
Projector features
This projector is used to project various picture signals onto a screen. This
projector requires only a minimal amount of space for installation and can produce
a large projected image from even a short distance.
Preparations
Contents of package
Please see the “Contents of package” in the “User’s Manual (concise)” which
is a book. Your projector should come with the items shown there. Contact
immediately your dealer if anything is missing.
NOTE • Keep the original packing materials for future reshipment. Be sure
to use the original packing materials when moving the projector. Use special
caution for the lens.
Fastening the lens cover
To avoid losing the lens cover, please fasten the lens cover to the projector using
the included strap.
1.
Fix the strap to the strap hole of the lens
cover.
2.
Put one side of the strap into the groove on
the rivet.
3.
Push the rivet into the rivet hole.
Strap hole
Bottom
Rivet hole
Part names
Part names
Projector
(1) Speakers (x 4) (37).
(2) Focus ring (19)
(3) Zoom ring (19)
(4) Lamp cover (56)
The lamp unit is inside.
(5) Lens shift cover (19)
(6) Horizontal lens shift dial (19)
(7) Vertical lens shift dial (19)
(8) Front cover
(9) Lens (61)
(10) Lens cover (3)
(11) Remote sensors (x 3) (14)
(12) Elevator feet (x 2) (9)
(13) Elevator knobs (x 2) (9)
(14) Filter cover (58)
The air filter and intake vent are
inside.
(15) Exhaust vents
(16) Intake vents
(17) Rivet hole (3)
(18) Handle
(19) Battery cover (60)
(20) Control panel (5)
(21) Rear panel (5)
(6)
(5)
HOT! (4)
(1)
(3)
(7)
(20)
(2)
(8)
(15)
HOT!
(1)
(11)
(12)
(10)
(9) (11)
(12)
(12)
(19)
(16)
(13)
(14)
(17)
(12)
(13)
(20)
(11)
(1)
(21)
(1)
(18)
WARNING ►HOT! : Do not touch around the lamp cover and the exhaust
vents during use or just after use, since it is too hot.
►Do not look into the lens or vents while the lamp is on, since the strong light
is not good for your eyes.
►Do not grab the front cover to hold the projector up, since the projector may
drop down.
►Do not handle the elevator knobs without holding the projector, since the
projector may drop down.
CAUTION ►Maintain normal ventilation to prevent the projector from
heating up. Do not cover, block or plug up the vents. Do not place anything that
can stick or be sucked to the vents, around the intake vents. Clean the air filter
periodically.
Part names
Control panel
(1) STANDBY/ON button (16)
(2) MENU button (23)
It consists of four cursor buttons.
(3) INPUT button (17)
(4) POWER indicator (16)
(5) TEMP indicator (63)
(6) LAMP indicator (63)
(6)
(5)
(4)
SD CARD
RGB
OUT
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
S-VIDEO
RGB1
Y
VIDEO
RGB2
M1-D
CB/PB
(1)
R
LAN
AUX I/O
DC 5V 0.5A
SD CARD
AUDIO IN 3
CR/PR
L
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
CONTROL
AC IN
Rear panel
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O
(1) Shutdown switch (65)
(2) Security slot (9)
(3) Security bar (9)
(4) AC inlet (12)
(5) Power switch (16)
(6) RGB1 port (10)
(7) RGB2 port (10)
(8) CONTROL port (10)
(9) M1-D port (10)
(10) VIDEO port (10)
(11) S-VIDEO port (10)
(12) COMPONENT
(Y, CB/PB, CR/PR) ports (10)
(13) AUDIO IN1 port (10)
(14) AUDIO IN2 port (10)
(15) AUDIO IN3 (R/L) ports (10)
(16) AUDIO IN4 (R/L) ports (10)
(17) RGB OUT port (10)
(18) AUDIO OUT port (10)
(19) REMOTE CONTROL port (10)
(20) LAN port (10)
(3)
(2)
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
AUDIO
OUT
(1)
(2)
(14) (13) (17) (6) (7) (20) (18) (9) (19)
(8)
LAN
RGB
OUT
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
RGB1
Y
VIDEO
RGB2
M1-D
CB/PB
CR/PR
S-VIDEO
R
AUDIO IN 3
L
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
AUDIO
OUT
CONTROL
AC IN
I
O
(10) (11) (15) (16) (12)
(5) (4)
(3)
CAUTION ►Do not use the security bar and the security slot to prevent the
projector from falling down, since it is not designed for it.
►Use the shutdown switch only when the projector is not turned off by normal
procedure, since pushing this switch stops operation of the projector without
cooling it down.
Part names
Remote control
(1) Laser pointer (13)
It is a beam outlet.
(2) LASER INDICATOR (13)
(3) LASER button (13)
(4) STANDBY/ON button (16)
(5) VOLUME button (17)
(6) MUTE button (17)
(7) VIDEO button (18)
(8) RGB button (17)
(9) SEARCH button (18)
(10) AUTO button (19)
(11) ASPECT button (18)
(12) POSITION button (20)
(13) KEYSTONE button (20)
(14) MAGNIFY - ON button (21)
(15) MAGNIFY - OFF button (21)
(16) FREEZE button (21)
(17) BLANK button (22)
(18) MY BUTTON - 1 button (44)
(19) MY BUTTON - 2 button (44)
(20) MENU button (23)
(21) Lever switch (23) : acting 3 functions as below.
Cursor button ▲ : to slide toward the side marked ▲.
Cursor button ▼ : to slide toward the side marked ▼.
ENTER button : to push down the center point.
(22) Cursor button ◄ (23)
(23) Cursor button ► (23)
(32)
(24) RESET button (23)
(25) ESC button (23)
(26) Mouse left button (15)
(27) Mouse right button (15)
(28) PAGE UP button (15)
(29) PAGE DOWN button (15)
(30) Wired remote control port (15)
(31) Battery cover (13)
(33)
(32) Battery holder (13)
(33) Frequency switch (14)
(7)
(4)
(17)
(1)
LASER
INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
BLANK
(8)
RGB
LASER
(3)
(26)
(11)
ASPECT
(22)
(28)
(20)
(25)
(12)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(13)
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
ESC
PAGE DOWN
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
RESET
VOLUME
MUTE
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
(27)
(21)
(23)
(29)
(24)
(10)
(18)
(5)
(6)
(9)
(19)
(30)
WARNING ►Do not look into the beam outlet and
point the beam at people and pets while pressing the
LASER button, since the beam is not good for eyes.
CAUTION ►Note that the laser beam may result
in hazardous radiation exposure. Use the laser pointer
only for pointing on the screen.
(2)
Back of
the remote control
(31)
Setting up
Setting up
Install the projector according to the environment and manner the projector will be
used in.
WARNING ►Place the projector in a stable horizontal position. If the
projector falls or is knocked over it could cause injury and/or damage to the
projector. Using a damaged projector could then result in fire and/or electric
shock.
• Do not place the projector on an unstable, slanted or vibrational surface such
as a wobbly or inclined stand.
• Do not place the projector on its side, front or rear position.
• Consult with your dealer before a special installation such as suspending from
a ceiling.
►Place the projector in a cool place, and ensure that there is sufficient
ventilation. The high temperature of the projector could cause fire, burns and/or
malfunction of the projector.
• Do not stop-up, block or otherwise cover the projector's vents.
• Keep a space of 30 cm or more between the sides of the projector and other
objects such as walls.
• Do not place the projector on metallic thing or anything weak in heat.
• Do not place the projector on carpet, cushions or bedding.
• Do not place the projector in direct sunlight or near hot objects such as
heaters.
• Do not place anything near the projector lens or vents, or on top of the
projector.
• Do not place anything that may be sucked into or stick to the vents on the
bottom of the projector. This projector has some intake vents also on the
bottom.
►Do not place the projector anyplace where it may get wet. Getting the
projector wet or inserting liquid into the projector could cause fire, electric shock
and/or malfunction of the projector.
• Do not place the projector in a bathroom or the outdoors.
• Do not place anything containing liquid near the projector.
CAUTION ►Avoid placing the projector in smoky, humid or dusty place.
Placing the projector in such places could cause fire, electric shock and/or
malfunction of the projector.
• Do not place the projector near humidifiers, smoking spaces or a kitchen.
►Position the projector to prevent light from directly hitting the projector's
remote sensor.
Setting up
Arrangement
Refer to the illustrations and tables below to determine screen size and projection distance.
The values shown in the table are calculated for a full size screen: 1024×768
(a) Screen size (diagonal)
(b) Projection distance (±10%)
(c) Screen height (±10%), when the vertical lens shift is set full upward (19)
On a horizontal
surface
(a)
(b)
(c) up
(c) down
Suspended from
the ceiling
(a)
(c) up
(c) down
• Keep a space of 30 cm or more
between the sides of the projector
and other objects such as walls.
• Consult with your dealer before
a special installation such as
suspending from a ceiling.
(b)
(a) Screen
size
[inch (m)]
30
40
60
70
80
90
100
120
150
200
250
300
350
4 : 3 screen
(b) Projection distance
(c) Screen height
[m (inch)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
up
max.
down
(0.8) 0.9
(1.0) 1.2
(1.5) 1.8
(1.8) 2.1
(2.0) 2.4
(2.3) 2.7
(2.5) 3.0
(3.0) 3.7
(3.8) 4.6
(5.1) 6.1
(6.4) 7.7
(7.6) 9.2
(8.9) 10.8
(35)
(47)
(71)
(83)
(96)
(108)
(120)
(144)
(181)
(241)
(302)
(363)
(424)
1.1
1.4
2.2
2.6
2.9
3.3
3.7
4.4
5.5
7.4
9.2
11.1
13.0
(42)
(57)
(86)
(100)
(115)
(130)
(144)
(174)
(217)
(291)
(364)
(437)
(510)
5
6
9
11
12
14
15
18
23
30
38
46
53
(2)
(2)
(4)
(4)
(5)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(9)
(12)
(15)
(18)
(21)
41
55
82
96
110
123
137
165
206
274
343
411
480
16 : 9 screen
(b) Projection distance
(c) Screen height
[m (inch)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
down
up
(16) 1.0 (38)
(22) 1.3 (51)
(32) 2.0 (78)
(38) 2.3 (91)
(43) 2.6 (104)
(49) 3.0 (117)
(54) 3.3 (131)
(65) 4.0 (157)
(81) 5.0 (197)
(108) 6.7 (263)
(135) 8.4 (329)
(162) 10.0 (395)
(189) 11.7 (462)
1.2
1.6
2.4
2.8
3.2
3.6
4.0
4.8
6.0
8.0
10.1
12.1
14.1
(46) -1
(62) -2
(94) -2
(110) -3
(126) -3
(141) -4
(157) -4
(189) -5
(237) -6
(317) -8
(396) -10
(476) -12
(556) -15
(0)
(-1)
(-1)
(-1)
(-1)
(-1)
(-2)
(-2)
(-2)
(-3)
(-4)
(-5)
(-6)
39
51
77
90
103
116
129
154
193
257
322
386
450
(15)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(41)
(46)
(51)
(61)
(76)
(101)
(127)
(152)
(177)
RGB
OUT
VIDEO
RGB1
Y
RGB2
M1-D
CB/PB
Setting up
CR/PR
Adjusting the projector's elevator
When the place to put the projector is slightly
uneven to the left or right, use the
REMOTE
CONTROL
AUDIO
elevator
feet
to
place
the
projector
horizontally.
S-VIDEO
(3.5Φ)
R
L
R
L
OUT
CONTROL
3
AUDIO
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This projector has 2 elevator feet and 2 elevator knobs. An elevator foot is
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O
adjustable while pulling up the elevator
knob
on the same side as it.
Holding the projector, pull the elevator knobs up to loose the elevator feet.
1.
2. Position the front side of the projector to the desired height.
3. Release the elevator knobs in order to lock the elevator feet.
4. After making sure that the elevator feet are locked, put the projector gently.
necessary, the elevator feet can be manually twisted to make more precise
5. Ifadjustments.
Hold the projector when twisting the feet.
To loose an elevator foot,
pull up the elevator knob
on the same side as it.
To finely adjust, twist
the foot.
CAUTION ►Do not handle the elevator knobs without holding the projector,
since the projector may drop down.
►Do not tilt the projector other than it elevating its front within 8 degrees using
the adjuster feet. A tilt of the projector exceeding the restriction could cause
malfunction or shortening the lifetime of consumables, or the projector itself.
Using the security bar and slot
A commercial anti-theft chain or wire up to 10 mm in
diameter can be attached to the security bar on the
projector.
Also this product has the security slot for the Kensington
lock.
For details, see the manual of the security tool.
Security bar
Anti-theft chain or wire
LAN
WARNING ►Do not use the security bar and the
security slot to prevent the projector from falling down,
since it is not designed for it.
RGB
RGB1
RGB2
M1-D
NOTE
OUT• The security bar and the security slot are not
Y
C
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comprehensive
theft prevention measures. They are intended
VIDEO
to be used as supplemental theft prevention measure.
B
Security slot
B
CR/PR
Setting up
Connecting your devices
Be sure to read the manuals for devices before connecting them to the projector.
Make sure that all the devices are suitable to be connected with this product, and
prepare the cables required to connect.
Please refer to the following illustrations to connect them.
PC
RGB OUT
AUDIO OUT
RGB OUT
LAN
AUDIO OUT
RS-232C
M1-D
signal
source
M1-D
RGB IN
Monitor
LASER
INDICATOR
LAN
BLANK
ASPECT
PUSH
RGB
OUT
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
RGB1
Y
VIDEO
RGB2
M1-D
ENTER
LASER
Remote
control
CB/PB
CR/PR
S-VIDEO
R
AUDIO IN 3
L
R
AUDIO IN 4
L
AUDIO
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
CONTROL
Speakers
AUDIO IN
Y
CB/PB
CR/PR
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
R
L
AUDIO IN OUT
S-VIDEO OUT
R
L
AUDIO IN OUT
VIDEO OUT
R
L
AUDIO IN OUT
VCR/DVD player
WARNING ►Do not disassemble or modify the projector.
►Be careful not to damage the cables, and do not use damaged cables.
CAUTION ►Turn off all devices and unplug their power cords prior to
connecting them to projector. Connecting a live device to the projector may
generate extremely loud noises or other abnormalities that may result in
malfunction or damage to the device and the projector.
►Use appropriate accessory or otherwise designed cables. Ask your dealer
about non-accessory cables which may have to be of a specific length or
equipped with a core. For cables with a core only at one end, connect the end
with the core to the projector.
►Make sure that devices are connected to the correct ports. An incorrect
connection may result in malfunction or damage to the device and the projector.
10
Setting up
Connecting your devices (continued)
NOTE • Be sure to read the manuals for devices before connecting them to the
projector, and make sure that all the devices are suitable to be connected with this
product. Before connecting to a PC, check the signal level, the signal timing, and the
resolution.
- Do not connect LAN port to any network that might have the excessive voltage.
- Some signal may need an adapter to input this projector.
- Some PCs have multiple screen display modes that may include some signals which
are not supported by this projector.
- Although the projector can display signals with resolution up to UXGA (1600X1200),
the signal will be converted to the projector’s panel resolution before being displayed.
The best display performance will be achieved if the resolutions of the input signal and
the projector panel are identical.
• While connecting, make sure that the shape of the cable's connector fits the port to
connect with. And be sure to tighten the screws on connectors with screws.
• When connecting a laptop PC to the projector, be sure to activate the PC’s external
RGB output. (Set the laptop PC to CRT display or to simultaneous LCD and CRT
display.) For details on how this is done, please refer to the instruction manual of the
corresponding laptop PC.
• When the picture resolution is changed on a computer depending on an input,
automatic adjustment function may take some time and may not be completed. In this
case, you may not be able to see a check box to select “Yes/No” for the new resolution
on Windows. Then the resolution will go back to the original. It might be recommended
to use other CRT or LCD monitors to change the resolution.
• In some cases, this projector may not display a proper picture or display any picture on
screen. For example, automatic adjustment may not function correctly with some input
signals. An input signal of composite sync or sync on G may confuse this projector, so
the projector may not display a proper picture.
• The M1-D port of this model is compatible with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection) and therefore capable of displaying a video signal from HDCP compatible
DVD players or the like.
About Plug-and-Play capability
Plug-and-Play is a system composed of a computer, its operating system and peripheral
equipment (i.e. display devices). This projector is VESA DDC 2B compatible. Plug-andPlay can be used by connecting this projector to a computer that is VESA DDC (display
data channel) compatible.
• Take advantage of this feature by connecting an RGB cable to the RGB1 port (DDC
2B compatible). Plug-and-Play may not work properly if any other type of connection is
attempted.
• Please use the standard drivers in your computer as this projector is a Plug-and-Play
monitor.
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Setting up
Connecting power supply
1. Connect the connector of the power cord to the AC inlet of the projector.
2. Firmly plug the power cord's plug into the outlet.
AC inlet
Connector of the power cord
to the outlet
WARNING ►Please use extra caution when connecting the power cord, as
incorrect or faulty connections may result in fire and/or electrical shock.
• Only use the power cord that came with the projector. If it is damaged, contact
your dealer to newly get correct one.
• Only plug the power cord into an outlet rated for use with the power cord's
specified voltage range.
• Never modify the power cord.
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Remote control
Remote control
Laser pointer
This remote control has a laser pointer in place of a finger or rod. The laser beam works
and the LASER INDICATOR lights while the LASER button is pressed.
LASER INDICATOR
LASER button
WARNING ►The laser pointer of the remote control is used in place of a
finger or rod. Never look directly into the laser beam outlet or point the laser
beam at other people. The laser beam can cause vision problems.
CAUTION ►Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Putting batteries
Please load the batteries before using the remote control. If the remote control starts to
malfunction, replace the batteries. If you will not use the remote control for an extended
period, remove the batteries from the remote control and store them in a safe place.
back and remove the
1. Slide
battery cover in the direction
of the arrow.
Align and insert the two AA
batteries according to their
plus and minus terminals as indicated in the remote control.
Replace the battery cover in the direction of the arrow and snap it back into place.
2.
3.
WARNING ►Always handle the batteries with care and use them only as
directed. Improper use may result in battery explosion, cracking or leakage,
which could result in fire, injury and/or pollution of the surrounding environment.
• Be sure to use only the batteries specified. Do not use batteries of different
types at the same time. Do not mix a new battery with used one.
• Make sure the plus and minus terminals are correctly aligned when loading a battery.
• Keep a battery away from children and pets.
• Do not recharge, short circuit, solder or disassemble a battery.
• Do not allow a battery in a fire or water. Keep batteries in a dark, cool and dry place.
• If you observe a leakage of a battery, wipe out the flower and then replace a battery.
If the flower adheres your body or clothes, rinse well with water immediately.
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Remote control
About the remote control signal
The remote control works with the projector’s remote sensors. This projector has three
remote sensors on the front, on the top, and on the back.
The sensors can be respectively turned active or inactive using the “REMOTE RECEIV”
in the SERVICE item of OPTION menu (46). Each sensor senses the signal within the
following range when the sensor is active.
The front and top sensors:
60 degrees (30 degrees to the left and right of the
sensor) within 3 meters about.
The back sensor:
40 degrees (20 degrees to the left and right of the
sensor) within 3 meters about.
30º
30º
Approx.
NOTE • The remote control signal reflected
3m
in the screen or the like may be available. If it is
difficult to send the signal to the sensor directly,
attempt to make the signal reflect.
• The remote control uses infrared light to send
signals to the projector (Class 1 LED), so be sure
to use the remote control in an area free from
obstacles that could block the remote control’s
signal to the projector.
• The remote control may not work correctly if
strong light (such as direct sun light) or light from
an extremely close range (such as from an inverter
fluorescent lamp) shines on the remote sensor
of the projector. Adjust the position of projector
avoiding those lights.
30º
20º
30º
20º
Approx.
3m
Approx.
3m
Changing the frequency of remote control signal
The accessory remote control has the choice of the
mode 1 or the mode 2, in the frequency of its signal.
If the remote control does not function properly,
attempt to change the signal frequency.
Please remember that the “REMOTE FREQ.” in
SERVICE item of OPTION menu (46) of the
projector to be controlled should be set to the same
mode as the remote control.
To set the mode of the remote control, slide the
knob of the frequency switch inside the battery
cover into the position indicated by the mode
number to choose.
Back of the
remote control
Inside of
the battery cover
2
1
Frequency switch
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RGB
OUT
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
RGB1
Y
VIDEO
RGB2
M1-D
CB/PB
CR/PR
S-VIDEO
R
AUDIO IN 3
L
Remote control
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
AUDIO
OUT
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
CONTROL
Using as a wired remote control
LAN
AC IN
LASE
INDIC R
ATOR
The accessory remote control works as a wired remote
control, when the wired control port at the bottom of the
remote control connects with the REMOTE CONTROL
port on the back of the projector via an audio cable with 3.5
diameter stereo mini plugs.
When the remote control signal is hard to reach surely to
the projector in the environment, this function is effective.
I
BLA
S-VIDEO
RGB1
Y
VIDEO
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
O
RGB
OUT
RGB2
NK
M1-D
LAS
CB/PB
ER
ASP
ECT
PUSH
ENTE
R
CR/PR
R
AUDIO IN 3
L
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
AUDIO
OUT
CONTROL
AC IN
I
O
NOTE • To connect the remote control with the projector, use an audio cable with
3.5 diameter stereo mini plugs.
Using as a simple PC mouse & keyboard
The accessory remote control works as a simple mouse
and keyboard of the PC, when an M1-D/USB cable
connects this projector’s M1-D port with the PC’s DVI-D
and USB (A type) ports.
(1) Mouse left button
Pushing the button into the center point works instead
of clicking the mouse's left button.
Tilting this button to one of eight directions moves the
PC's move pointer on the screen in the direction.
(2) Mouse right button
Pressing the button works instead of clicking the
mouse’s right button.
(3) Lever switch
Sliding toward the side marked ▲ works instead of the
[↑] key on the keyboard. Sliding toward the side marked
▼ works instead of the [↓] key on the keyboard.
(4) Cursor button ◄
This button works instead of the [←] key on the
keyboard.
(5) Cursor button ►
This button works instead of the [→] key on the keyboard.
(6) PAGE UP button
This button works instead of the PAGE UP key on the key board.
(7) PAGE DOWN button
This button works instead of the PAGE DOWN key on the key board.
LAN
RGB
OUT
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
RGB1
Y
VIDEO
RGB2
to a signal
source
M1-D
CB/PB
LASER
INDICATOR
CR/PR
S-VIDEO
R
AUDIO IN 3
L
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
STANDBY/ON
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
AUDIO
OUT
VIDEO
RGB
CONTROL
AC IN
LASER
INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON
I
VIDEO
O
BLANK
RGB
LASER
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
PAGE DOWN
ESC
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
RESET
VOLUME
MUTE
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
BLANK
LASER
(1)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(2)
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
PAGE DOWN
ESC
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
(5)
(7)
RESET
VOLUME
MUTE
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
NOTE • When the simple mouse & keyboard function of this product does not work
correctly, please check the following.
- When an M1-D/USB cable connects this projector with a PC having a built-in pointing
device (e.g. track ball) like a notebook PC, open BIOS setup menu, then select the
external mouse and disable the built-in pointing device, because the built-in pointing
device may have priority to this function.
- Windows 95 OSR 2.1 or higher is required for this function. And also this function may
not work depending on the PC’s configurations and mouse drivers.
- Operating simultaneously two or more keys is void except for mouse drag and drop operation.
- This function is activated only when the projector is working properly.
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Power on/off
Power on/off
Turning on the power
sure that the power cord is firmly and
1. Make
correctly connected to the projector and the outlet.
the lens cover, and set the power switch to
2. Remove
the ON position.
STANDBY/ON
button
POWER
indicator
LASER
INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
BLANK
RGB
The power indicator will light up in steady orange (63).
Then wait several seconds because the buttons may not
function for these several seconds.
(1) When AUTO ON in OPTION menu is set to TURN ON (42) :
The lamp will only be automatically turned on when the
Power switch is turned on after the power was turned off by
Power switch last time. Afterwards the POWER indicator
will begin blinking in green. When the power is completely
on, the indicator will stop blinking and light in green.
(2) When AUTO ON in the OPTION menu is set to TURN OFF
(42): Please see step 3.
Press the STANDBY/ON button on the projector or the
remote control.
To display the picture, select an input signal according to the section
"Selecting an input signal" (18).
LASER
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
ESC
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
ON
MY BUTTON
PAGE DOWN
RESET
VOLUME
1
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
3.
MUTE
SEARCH
POWER
(Steady orange)
POWER
(Blinking in green)
POWER
(Steady green)
Turning off the power
the STANDBY/ON button on the projector or the remote
1. Press
control.
Power off?
The message "Power off?" will appear on the screen for about 5
seconds.
POWER
Press the STANDBY/ON button on the projector or the remote
(Blinking in orange)
control again while the message appears.
The projector lamp will go off, and the POWER indicator will begin
POWER
blinking in orange.
(Steady orange)
Then the POWER indicator will stop blinking and light in steady
orange when the lamp cooling is complete.
Make sure that the power indicator lights in steady orange, and set the power
switch to the OFF position. The POWER indicator will go off. Attach the lens cover.
Do not turn the projector on for 10 minutes or more after turning it off. Turning the projector
on again too soon could shorten the lifetime of some consumable parts of the projector.
2.
3.
WARNING ►A strong light is emitted when the projector’s power is on. Do not look into
the lens of the projector or look inside of the projector through any of the projector’s openings.
►Do not touch around the lamp cover and the exhaust vents during use or just
after use, since it is too hot.
NOTE • Turn the power on/off in right order. Please power on the projector prior
to the connected devices. Power off the projector later than the connected devices.
• Use the shutdown switch (65) only when the projector is not turned off by normal procedure.
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BLANK
LASER
Operating
LASER
INDICATOR
Operating
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
RGB
ASPECT
Adjusting the volume
the VOLUME button on the remote control.
1. Press
A dialog will appear on the screen to aid you in adjusting the volume.
the cursor buttons ▲/▼ to adjust the volume.
2. Use
To close the dialog and complete the operation, press the
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
BLANK
ESC
PAGE DOWN
LASER
RESET
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
VOLUME button again. Even if you do not do anything, the
dialog will automatically disappear after a few seconds.
● When no audio port is selected for current picture input port, the volume
adjustment is disable. Please see the AUDIO item of AUDIO menu. (37)
OFF
ASPECT
FREEZE
PUSH
SEARCH
MENU
RESET
ENTER
ESC
POSITION
1.
MUTE
2
KEYSTONE
PAGE UP
Temporarily muting the sound
VOLUME
PAGE DOWN
AUTO
Press the MUTE button on the remote control.
A dialog will appear on the screen indicating that you have muted the sound.
To restore the sound, press the MUTE or VOLUME button.
Even if you do not do anything, the dialog will automatically
disappear after a few seconds.
● As long as no audio input is selected for current picture input port, the sound is
always muted. Please see the AUDIO item of AUDIO menu. (37)
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
VOLUME
MUTE
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
SEARCH
Selecting an input signal
the INPUT button on the projector.
1. Press
Each time you press the button, the projector switches its
input port as below.
RGB 1  RGB 2  M1-D
VIDEO S-VIDEO COMPONENT (Y, CB/RB, CR/BR)


the RGB button on the remote control to select an
1. Press
input port for the RGB signal.
Each time you press the button, the projector switches its RGB
input port as below.
RGB 1  RGB 2  M1-D
LASER
INDICATOR
BLANK
RGB
LASER
● If the RGB button is pushed (when switching from VIDEO to RGB signals)
when TURN ON is selected for the AUTO SEARCH item in the OPTION menu
the projector will check the RGB 1 port first. If no input is detected at the port,
the projector will check other port in above order.
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE DOWN
PAGE UP
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ESC
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
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RESET
LASER
INDICATOR
Operating
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
Selecting an input signal (continued)
1.
Press the VIDEO button on the remote control to select an
input for video signal.
Each time you press the button, the projector switches its
video input port as below.
COMPONENT (Y, CB/RB, CR/BR)  S-VIDEO  VIDEO
RGB
LASER
INDICATOR
RGB
BLANK
LASER
BLANK
LASER
ASPECT
● If the VIDEO button is pushed (when switching from RGB to VIDEO signals)
when TURN ON is selected for the AUTO SEARCH item in the OPTION menu
the projector will check the COMPONENT (Y, CB/RB, CR/BR) port first. If no input
is detected at the port, the projector will check other ports in above order.
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
ESC
ASPECT
PUSH
Searching an input signal
POSITION
ENTER
MAGNIFY
PAGE UP
ON
1.
PAGE DOWN
MENU
RESET
AUTO
MY BUTTON
1
VOLUME
PAGE DOWN
MUTE
RESET
Press the SEARCH button on the remote control.
The projector will start to check its input ports in order to
find any input signals.
When an input is found, the projector will stop searching and display the image.
If no signal is found, the projector will return to the state selected before the
operation.
RGB 1  RGB 2  M1-D  COMPONENT (Y, CB/RB, CR/BR)  S-VIDEO  VIDEO
ESC
OFF
MENU
2
FREEZE
POSITION
KEYSTONE
AUTO
SEARCH
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
VOLUME
ON
1
MUTE
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
SEARCH
LASER
INDICATOR
Selecting an aspect ratio
RGB
the ASPECT button on the remote control.
1. Press
Each time you press the button, the projector switches the mode for aspect
ratio in turn.
 For an RGB signal
NORMAL  4:3  16:9  SMALL
 For an M1-D signal
NORMAL  4:3  16:9  14:9  SMALL
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LASER
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
 For a video signal, s-video signal or component video signal
4:3  16:9  14:9  SMALL
ESC
PAGE DOWN
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
 For no signal
4:3 (fixed)
● The NORMAL mode keeps the original aspect ratio of the signal.
● Performing the automatic adjustment initializes the aspect ratio setting.
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RESET
VOLUME
MUTE
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
Operating
Adjusting the zoom and focus
1. Use the zoom ring to adjust the screen size.
2. Use the focus ring to focus the picture.
Adjusting the lens shift
1.
Use the vertical lens shift dial to shift
the picture upward or downward.
the horizontal lens shift dial to
2. Use
shift the picture left or right.
NOTE • When the vertical lens
shift is adjusted, it is recommended to
shift the picture upward.
Top
2/5
UP
LensLASER
shift cover
INDICATOR
DOWN STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
RGB
1/10
1/10
Using the automatic adjustment feature
1.
Focus ring
Zoom ring
Press the AUTO button on the remote control.
BLANK
LEFT
LASER
RIGHT
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
PAGE DOWN
ESC
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
RESET
 For an RGB signal
The vertical position, the horizontal position, the horizontal
phase and the horizontal size will be automatically adjusted.
And the aspect ratio will be automatically set to default. Make sure that the
application window is set to its maximum size prior to attempting to use this
feature. A dark picture may still be incorrectly adjusted. Use a bright picture
when adjusting.
 For an M1-D signal
The aspect ratio will be automatically set to default.
 For a video signal or s-video signal
The video format best suited for the respective input signal will be selected
automatically.
This function is available only when the AUTO is selected to the VIDEO
FORMAT item in INPUT menu (32). For a component video signal, the
signal type is identified automatically independently of this function.
 For a video signal, s-video signal or component video signal
The vertical position, horizontal position and aspect ratio will be automatically
set to default.
 For a component video signal
The horizontal phase will be automatically set to default.
● The automatic adjustment operation requires about 10 seconds. Also please
note that it may not function correctly with some input.
VOLUME
MUTE
SEARCH
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Operating
Adjusting the position
the POSITION button on the remote control.
1. Press
The “POSITION” indication will appear on the screen.
the cursor buttons ▲/▼/◄/► to adjust the picture
2. Use
position.
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
ESC
PAGE DOWN
LASER
MENU INDICATOR
RESET
STANDBY/ON
POSITION
VIDEO
AUTO
RGB
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
VOLUME
ON
1
When you want to reset the operation, press the RESET button on the remote
control during the operation.
To complete this operation, press the POSITION button again. Even if you do
not do anything, the dialog will automatically disappear after a few seconds.
● When this function is performed on a video signal, s-video signal or component video
signal, some image such as an extra-line may appear at outside of the picture.
● When this function is performed on a video signal, s-video signal, or component video signal
of 525i (480i) or 625i (576i), the range of this adjustment depends on the OVER SCAN in
IMAGE menu (29) setting. It is not possible to adjust when the OVER SCAN is set to 10.
MUTE
OFF
FREEZE
BLANK
2
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
LASER
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
Correcting the keystone distortions
1.
ESC
PAGE DOWN
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
RESET
Press the KEYSTONE button on the
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Use the cursor buttons ▲/▼ to select AUTO or
MANUAL operation, and press the button ► to perform the following.
1) AUTO executes automatic vertical keystone correction.
2) Manual displays a dialog for keystone correction.
Use the cursor buttons ◄/► to select the direction to correct
( or ) then use the buttons ▲/▼ for adjustment.
To close the dialog and complete this operation, press the
KEYSTONE button again. Even if you don’t do anything,
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the dialog will automatically disappear after a few seconds.
● The adjustable range of this function will vary among inputs. For some input,
this function may not work well.
● When V:INVERT or H&V:INVERT is selected to the MIRROR item in the
SETUP menu, if the projector screen is inclined or angled downward, this
function may not work correctly.
● When the zoom adjustment is set to the TELE (telephoto focus), this function
may be excessive. This function should be used when the zoom adjustment is
set to the full WIDE (wide-angle focus) whenever possible.
● When the projector is placed on the level (about ±3°), this function may not work.
● When the projector is inclined to near ±30 degree or over, this function may not
work well.
● When the vertical lens shift is not set fully upward (not set fully downward for the
optional lens type FL-601 only (45)), this function may not work well.
● When the horizontal lens shift is not set to the center, this function may not work well.
● This function will be unavailable when Transition Detector is on (51).
2.
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VOLUME
MUTE
SEARCH
Operating
ASPECT
PUSH
Using the magnify feature
ENTER
PAGE UP
the ON button of MAGNIFY on the remote control.
1. Press
The “MAGNIFY” indication will appear on the screen
(although the indication will disappear in several seconds with
no operation), and the projector will go into the MAGNIFY
mode.
PAGE DOWN
ESC
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
RESET
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
VOLUME
MUTE
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
the cursor buttons ▲/▼ to adjust the zoom level.
2. Use
To move the zoom area, press the POSITION button in the MAGNIFY mode,
then use the cursor buttons ▲/▼/◄/► to move the area. And to finalize the
zoom area, press the POSITION button again.
To exit from the MAGNIFY mode and restore the screen to normal, press the
OFF button of MAGNIFY on the remote control.
● The projector automatically exits from the MAGNIFY mode when the input
signal is changed, or when the display condition is changed.
● Although in the MAGNIFY mode, the keystone distortion condition may vary, it
will be restored when the projector exits from the MAGNIFY mode.
LASER
INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
BLANK
RGB
LASER
NOTE • The zoom level can be finely adjusted. Closely watch the screen to
find the level you want.
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
Freezing the screen
1.
ESC
PAGE DOWN
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
RESET
Press the FREEZE button on the remote control.
The “FREEZE” indication will appear on the screen (although
the indication will not appear when the TURN ON is selected
to the MESSAGE item of SCREEN menu (41)), and the
projector will go into the FREEZE mode.
To exit the FREEZE mode and restore the screen to normal, press the FREEZE
button again.
● The projector automatically exits from the FREEZE mode when the input signal
changes, or when one of the projector’s buttons or the remote control buttons
of STANDBY/ON, SEARCH, RGB, VIDEO, BLANK, AUTO, ASPECT, VOLUME,
MUTE, KEYSTONE, POSITION, MENU, MAGNIFY and MY BUTTON is
pressed.
● If the projector continues projecting a still image for a long time, the LCD panel
might possibly be burned in. Do not leave the projector in the FREEZE mode
for too long.
VOLUME
MUTE
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
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Operating
LASER
INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
RGB
Temporarily blanking the screen
the BLANK button on the remote control.
1. Press
The blank screen will be displayed instead of the screen
of input signal. Please refer to the BLANK item in SCREEN
menu (38).
To exit from the blank screen and return to the input signal screen, press the
BLANK button again.
● The projector automatically returns to the input signal screen when one of
the projector’s buttons or the remote control buttons is pressed or one of the
commands (except get commands) is transmitted to the control port.
BLANK
LASER
ASPECT
PUSH
ENTER
PAGE UP
PAGE DOWN
ESC
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
NOTE • The sound is not connected with the blank screen function. If
necessary, set the volume or mute first.
RESET
VOLUME
MUTE
22
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
Operating
LASER
INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON
Using the menu function
VIDEO
RGB
This projector has the following menus: PICTURE, IMAGE, INPUT, SETUP, AUDIO,
SCREEN, OPTION, NETWORK, and EASY MENU. EASY MENU consists of functions
often used, and the other menus are classified into each purpose. Each of these menus is
operated using the same methods. The basic operations of these menus are as follows.
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LASER
ENTER button
ASPECT
PUSH
Cursor buttons
MENU button
RESET button
1.
ENTER
PAGE UP
ESC
PAGE DOWN
MENU
POSITION
AUTO
MAGNIFY
MY BUTTON
ON
1
OFF
2
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
Press the MENU button on the remote control or one of
the cursor buttons on the projector.
The Advanced MENU, or EASY MENU that has priority just
after powered on, will appear.
In the EASY MENU
If you want to change it to the Advanced MENU, select the
"Go to Advanced Menu..."
Use the cursor buttons ▲/▼ to select an item to operate.
2.
3.
4. Use the cursor buttons◄/► to operate the item.
RESET
VOLUME
MUTE
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Use the cursor buttons ▲/▼ to select a menu.
If you want to change it to the EASY MENU, select the
EASY MENU.
Then press the cursor button ► on the projector or remote
control, or the ENTER button on the remote control to select
an item. The display of the selected menu will be active.
Use the cursor buttons ▲/▼ to select an item to operate.
Then press the cursor button ► on the projector or remote control, or the ENTER button
on the remote control to progress. The operation menu of the selected item will appear.
Use the cursor buttons▲/▼ to operate the item.
2.
3.
4.
● When you want to reset the operation, press the RESET button on the remote control
during the operation. Note that items whose functions are performed simultaneously
with operation (ex. LANGUAGE, H PHASE, VOLUME etc.) cannot be reset.
● In the Advanced MENU, when you want to return to the previous display, press the
cursor button ◄ on the projector or remote control, or the ESC button on the remote
control.
Press the MENU button on the remote control again to close the menu
and complete this operation. Even if you do not do anything, the dialog will
automatically disappear after about 10 seconds.
● Some functions cannot be performed when a certain input port is selected, or
when a certain input signal is displayed.
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From the EASY MENU, items shown in the table below can
be performed.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the
projector or remote control. Then perform it according to the
following table.
Item
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Using the ◄/► buttons switches the mode for aspect ratio.
See the ASPECT item in IMAGE menu (29).
AUTO
KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
Using the ► button executes the auto keystone function.
See the AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE item in SETUP menu (35).
KEYSTONE
Using the ◄/► buttons corrects the vertical keystone distortion.
See the KEYSTONE
item in SETUP menu (35).
KEYSTONE
Using the ◄/► buttons corrects the horizontal keystone distortion.
See the KEYSTONE
item in SETUP menu (35).
Using the ◄/► buttons switches the picture mode.
The picture modes are combinations of GAMMA and COLOR
TEMP settings. Choose a suitable mode according to the projected
source.
NORMAL ó CINEMA ó DYNAMIC
WHITEBOARD ó BOARD(GREEN) ó BOARD(BLACK)
PICTURE MODE
NORMAL
CINEMA
DYNAMIC
BOARD(BLACK)
BOARD(GREEN)
WHITEBOARD
COLOR TEMP
MID DEFAULT
LOW DEFAULT
HIGH DEFAULT
Hi-BRIGHT-1 DEFAULT
Hi-BRIGHT-2 DEFAULT
MID DEFAULT
GAMMA
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#2 DEFAULT
#3 DEFAULT
#4 DEFAULT
#4 DEFAULT
#5 DEFAULT
• When the combination of GAMMA and COLOR TEMP differs
from pre-assigned modes above, the display on the menu for the
PICTURE MODE is “CUSTOM”. Please refer to the GAMMA (26)
and COLOR TEMP (27) items in PICTURE menu.
• When this function is performed, a certain extra such as a line may appear.
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EASY Menu
EASY Menu (continued)
Item
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOR
TINT
SHARPNESS
WHISPER
MIRROR
Description
Using the ◄/► buttons adjusts the brightness.
See the BRIGHTNESS item in PICTURE menu (26).
Using the ◄/► buttons adjusts the contrast.
See the CONTRAST item in PICTURE menu (26).
Using the ◄/► buttons adjusts the strength of whole color.
See the COLOR item in PICTURE menu (27).
Using the ◄/► buttons adjusts the tint.
See the TINT item in PICTURE menu (27).
Using the ◄/► buttons adjusts the sharpness.
See the SHARPNESS item in PICTURE menu (27).
Using the ◄/► buttons turns off/on the whisper mode.
See the WHISPER item in SETUP menu (36).
Using the ◄/► buttons switches the mode for mirror status.
See the MIRROR item in SETUP menu (36).
RESET
Performing this item resets all of the EASY MENU items except the
FILTER TIME and LANGUAGE.
A dialog is displayed for confirmation. Selecting the RESET using
the ▲ button performs resetting.
FILTER TIME
Performing this item resets the filter time which counts usage time
of the air filter.
A dialog is displayed for confirmation. Selecting the RESET using
the ▲ button performs resetting.
See the FILTER TIME item in OPTION menu (43).
LANGUAGE
Using the ◄/► buttons changes the display language.
See the LANGUAGE item in SCREEN menu (38).
Go to
Advanced Menu...
Select “Go to Advanced Menu…” on the menu, and press the ►
or ENTER button to use the menu of PICTURE, IMAGE, INPUT,
SETUP, AUDIO, SCREEN, OPTION or NETWORK.
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PICTURE Menu
PICTURE Menu
From the PICTURE menu, items shown in the table below
can be performed.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the
projector or remote control, and press the ► cursor button
on the projector or remote control, or the ENTER button
on the remote control to execute the item. Then perform it
according to the following table.
Item
BRIGHTNESS
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Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the brightness.
Light ó Dark
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the contrast.
Strong ó Weak
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the gamma mode.
#1 DEFAULT ó#1 CUSTOM ó #2 DEFAULT ó #2 CUSTOM ó #3 DEFAULT
#5 CUSTOM ó #5 DEFAULT ó #4 CUSTOM ó #4 DEFAULT ó #3 CUSTOM
To adjust CUSTOM
GAMMA
ENTER :
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Selecting a mode whose name includes
CUSTOM and then pressing the ► button
or the ENTER button displays a dialog to aid
you in adjusting the mode.
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This function is useful when you want to
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change the brightness of particular tones.
Choose an item using the ◄/► buttons, and
adjust the level using the ▲/▼ buttons.
You can display a test pattern for checking the effect of your
adjustment by pressing the ENTER button.
Each time you press the ENTER button, the pattern changes as
below.
No pattern ð Gray scale of 9 steps
Ramp  Gray scale of 15 steps
The eight equalizing bars correspond to eight tone levels of the test
pattern except the darkest in the left end. If you want to adjust the
2nd tone from left end on the test pattern (Gray scale of 9 steps),
use the equalizing adjustment bar “1”. The darkest tone at the left
end of the test pattern cannot be controlled with any of equalizing
adjustment bar.
• When this function is performed, lines or other distortion may
appear.
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PICTURE Menu
PICTURE Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the color temperature mode.
HIGH DEFAULT � HIGH CUSTOM � MID DEFAULT � MID CUSTOM
LOW DEFAULT � LOW CUSTOM � Hi-BRIGHT-1 DEFAULT � Hi-BRIGHT-1 CUSTOM
Hi-BRIGHT-2 DEFAULT � Hi-BRIGHT-2 CUSTOM
To adjust CUSTOM
COLOR TEMP
Selecting a mode whose name includes
ENTER :
CUSTOM and then pressing the ► button or the OFFSET
GAIN
R G B
R G B
ENTER button displays a dialog to aid you in
adjusting the OFFSET and GAIN of the selected
mode.
OFFSET adjustments change the color intensity +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0
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on the whole tones of the test pattern.
GAIN adjustments mainly affect color intensity
on the brighter tones of the test pattern.
Choose an item using the ◄/► buttons, and adjust the level using
the ▲/▼ buttons.
You can display a test pattern for checking the effect of your
adjustment by pressing the ENTER button.
Each time you press the ENTER button, the pattern changes as
below.
No pattern ð Gray scale of 9 steps
Ramp  Gray scale of 15 steps
• When this function is performed, lines or other distortion may
appear.
COLOR
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the strength of whole color.
Strong ó Weak
• This item can be selected only for a video signal, s-video or
component video signal.
TINT
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the tint.
Greenish ó Reddish
• This item can be selected only for a video signal, s-video or
component video signal.
SHARPNESS
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the sharpness.
Strong ó Weak
• There may be some noise and/or the screen may flicker for a
moment when an adjustment is made. This is not a malfunction.
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PICTURE Menu
PICTURE Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons changes the active iris control mode.
PRESENTATION ó THEATER ó TURN OFF
ACTIVE IRIS
PRESENTATION
THEATER
TURN OFF
Feature
The active iris displays the best presentation
image for both bright and dark scenes.
The active iris displays the best theater image for
both bright and dark scenes.
The active iris is always open.
• The screen may flicker when the PRESENTATION or THEATER
modes are selected. If this occurs select TURN OFF.
This projector has 4 memories for adjustment data (for all the items
of the PICTURE menu).
Selecting a function using the ▲/▼ buttons and pressing the ► or
ENTER button performs each function.
LOAD1 ó LOAD2 ó LOAD3 ó LOAD4
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LOAD1, LOAD2, LOAD3, LOAD4
Performing a LOAD function loads the data from the memory linked
in the number included in the function’s name, and adjusts the
picture automatically depending on the data.
• The LOAD functions whose linked memory has no data are
skipped.
• Remember that the current adjusted condition will be lost by
loading data. If you want to keep the current adjustment, please
save it before performing a LOAD function.
• There may be some noise and the screen may flicker for a
moment when loading data. This is not malfunction.
• The LOAD functions can be also performed by the MY MEMORY
button which can be set by the MY BUTTON item in OPTION menu
(44).
SAVE1, SAVE2, SAVE3, SAVE4
Performing a SAVE function saves the current adjustment data into
the memory linked in the number included in the function’s name.
• Remember that the current data being stored of a memory will be
lost by saving a new data into the memory.
IMAGE Menu
IMAGE Menu
From the IMAGE menu, items shown in the table below
can be performed.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the
projector or remote control, and press the ► cursor button
on the projector or remote control, or ENTER button on
the remote control to execute the item. Then perform it
according to the following table.
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Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for aspect ratio.
For an RGB signal
NORMAL ó 4:3 ó 16:9 ó SMALL
ASPECT
For an M1-D signal
NORMAL ó 4:3 ó 16:9 ó 14:9 ó SMALL
For a Video signal, S-video signal or Component video signal
4:3 ó 16:9 ó 14:9 ó SMALL
For no signal
4:3 (fixed)
• The NORMAL mode keeps the original aspect ratio of the signal.
OVER SCAN
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the over-scan ratio.
Large (It reduces picture) ó Small (It magnifies picture)
• This item can be selected only for a video, s-video and component signal.
• When this adjustment is too large, certain degradation may appear
at the frame area of the picture. In such a case, please adjust small.
V POSITION
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the vertical position.
Up ó Down
• Over-adjusting the vertical position may cause noise to appear
on the screen. If this occurs please reset the vertical position to the
default setting. Pressing the RESET button when the V POSITION
is selected will reset the V POSITION to the default setting.
• When this function is performed on a video signal, s-video signal,
or component video signal of 525i (480i) or 625i (576i), the range of
this adjustment depends on the OVER SCAN (above) setting. It is
not possible to adjust when the OVER SCAN is set to 10.
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the horizontal position.
Left ó Right
• Over-adjusting the horizontal position may cause noise to appear
on the screen. If this occurs please reset the horizontal position to the
default setting. Pressing the RESET button when the H POSITION is
H POSITION
selected will reset the H POSITION to the default setting.
• When this function is performed on a video signal, s-video signal,
or component video signal of 525i (480i) or 625i (576i), the range of
this adjustment depends on the OVER SCAN (above) setting. It is
not possible to adjust when the OVER SCAN is set to 10.
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IMAGE Menu
IMAGE Menu (continued)
Item
Description
H PHASE
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the horizontal phase to eliminate flicker.
Right ó Left
• This item can be selected only for an RGB signal or a component
video signal. (except 525i (480i), 625i (576i), SCART RGB)
H SIZE
AUTO ADJUST
EXECUTE
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Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the horizontal size.
Large ó Small
• This item can be selected only for an RGB signal.
• When this adjustment is excessive, the picture may not be
displayed correctly. In such a case, please reset the adjustment
by pressing the RESET button on the remote control during this
operation.
Selecting this item performs the automatic adjustment feature.
For an RGB signal
The vertical position, the horizontal position, the horizontal phase
and the horizontal size will be automatically set to default. And the
aspect ratio will be automatically selected.
Make sure that the application window is set to its maximum size
prior to attempting to use this feature. A dark picture may still be
incorrectly adjusted. Use a bright picture when adjusting.
For an M1-D signal
The aspect ratio will be automatically set to default.
For a Video signal or S-video signal
The video format best suited for the respective input signal will be
selected automatically.
This function is available only when the AUTO mode is selected to
the VIDEO FORMAT item in INPUT menu. For a component video
signal, the signal type is identified automatically independently of
this function.
For a Video signal, S-video signal or Component video signal
The vertical position, horizontal position and aspect ratio will be
automatically set to default.
For a Component video signal
The horizontal phase will be automatically set to default.
• The automatic adjustment operation requires about 10 seconds.
Also please note that it may not function correctly with some input.
INPUT Menu
INPUT Menu
From the INPUT menu, items shown in the table below can
be performed.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the
projector or remote control, and press the ► cursor button
on the projector or remote control, or ENTER button on
the remote control to execute the item. Then perform it
according to the following table.
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PROGRESSIVE
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the progress mode.
TV ó FILM ó TURN OFF
• This function is performed only for an interlaced signal of a VIDEO
input, an S-VIDEO input or COMPONENT VIDEO input of 525i
(480i), 625i (576i) or 1125i (1080i) signal.
• When TV or FILM is selected, the screen image will be sharp.
FILM adapts to the 2-3 Pull-Down conversion system. But these
may cause a certain defect (for example, jagged line) of the picture
for a quick moving object. In such a case, please select TURN OFF,
even though the screen image may lose the sharpness.
VIDEO NR
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the noise reduction mode.
HIGH ó MID ó LOW
• This function performs only at a VIDEO input, an S-VIDEO or
COMPONENT VIDEO input of 525i(480i), 625i(576i) or 1125i (1080i)
signal.
• When this function is excessive, it may cause a certain
degradation of the picture.
3D-YCS
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the 3D-YCS mode.
STILL ó MOVIE ó TURN OFF
• This function performs only at a VIDEO input of NTSC, and PAL.
• MOVIE is the mode for images with a lot of motions like movies,
and STILL is the mode for images with few motions or completely
still ones like slides.
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for color space.
AUTO ó RGB ó SMPTE240 ó REC709 ó REC601
COLOR SPACE
• This item can be selected only for an RGB signal or a component
video signal (except 525i (480i), 625i (576i) and SCART RGB).
• The AUTO mode automatically selects the optimum mode.
• The AUTO operation may not work well at some signals. In such a
case, it might be good to select a suitable mode except AUTO.
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INPUT Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the function of the COMPONENT
(Y, Cb/Pb, Cr/Pr) port.
COMPONENT ó SCART RGB
When the SCART RGB is selected, the COMPONENT (Y, Cb/Pb,
Cr/Pr) and VIDEO ports will function as a SCART RGB port. A
SCART adapter or SCART cable is required for a SCART RGB
input to the projector. For details, contact your dealer.
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AUDIO IN 2
RGB1
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RGB2
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VIDEO FORMAT
Set the video format for the s-video port and video port.
(1) Use the ◄/► buttons to select the input port.
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• The AUTO mode automatically selects the optimum mode.
• The AUTO operation may not work well for some signals. If the
picture becomes unstable (e.g. an irregular picture, lack of color),
please select the mode according to the input signal.
Using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons changes the M1-D signal mode.
NORMAL ó ENHANCED
M1-D
NORMAL
ENHANCED
Feature
Suitable for DVD signals (16-235)
Suitable for VGA signals (0-255)
• If the contrast of the screen image is too strong or too weak, try
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INPUT Menu (continued)
Item
FRAME LOCK
RGB IN
Description
Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns the frame lock function on/off.
TURN ON ó TURN OFF
• This item can be performed only on an RGB signal with a vertical
frequency of 50 to 60 Hz.
• When the TURN ON is selected, a moving pictures are displayed
more smoothly.
• This function may cause a certain degradation of the picture. In
such a case, please select the TURN OFF.
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SYNC ON G ON ó SYNC ON G OFF
• Selecting the SYNC ON G ON turns the SYNC ON G mode on.
The SYNC ON G mode allows reception of a sync on G signal.
• In the SYNC ON G mode, the picture may be distorted with certain
input signals. In such a case, remove the signal connector so that
no signal is received and turn the SYNC ON G mode off, and then
reconnect the signal.
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INPUT Menu
INPUT Menu (continued)
Item
Description
The resolution for the RGB1 and RGB2 input signals can be set on
this projector.
(1) In the INPUT menu select the RESOLUTION using the ▲/▼ buttons and
press the ► button.
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(2) In the RESOLUTION menu select the
resolution you wish to display using the ▲/▼
buttons.
Selecting AUTO will set a resolution
appropriate to the input signal.
(3) Pressing the ► or ENTER button when
selecting a STANDARD resolution will
automatically adjust the horizontal and
vertical positions, clock phase and horizontal
size and automatically select an aspect ratio.
The INFORMATION dialog (46) will be
displayed.
RESOLUTION
(4) To set a custom resolution use the ▲
/▼ buttons to select the CUSTOM and
the CUSTOM RESOLUTION BOX will be
displayed. Set the horizontal (HORZ) and
vertical (VERT) resolutions using the ▲/▼/◄
/► buttons.
Although not all resolutions are guaranteed.
(5) To save the setting place the cursor on the
right-most digit and press the ► button.
The horizontal and vertical positions,
clock phase and horizontal size will be
automatically adjusted and an aspect ratio will
be automatically selected.
After the INFORMATION(46) dialog has
displayed for about 10 seconds the screen will
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previous resolution.
• For some pictures, this function may not work well.
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SETUP Menu
SETUP Menu
From the SETUP menu, items shown in the table below
can be performed.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the
projector or remote control, and press the ► cursor button
on the projector or remote control, or the ENTER button
on the remote control to execute the item. Then perform it
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EXECUTE
Selecting this item performs the Automatic keystone distortion
correction. Projector automatically corrects vertical keystone
distortion due to the (forward/backward) setup angle by itself.
This function will be executed only once when selected in the Menu.
When the slant of the projector is changed, executes this function again.
• The adjustable range of this function will vary among inputs. For
some input, this function may not work well.
• When V:INVERT or H&V:INVERT is selected to the MIRROR item in the
SETUP menu, if the projector screen is inclined or angled downward, this
function may not work correctly.
• When the zoom adjustment is set to the TELE (telephoto focus), this
function may be excessive. This function should be used when the zoom
adjustment is set to the full WIDE (wide-angle focus) whenever possible.
• When the projector is placed on the level (about ±3°), this function may not work.
• When the projector is inclined to near ±30 degree or over, this
function may not work well.
• When the vertical lens shift is not set fully upward (not set fully downward for
the optional lens type FL-601 only (45)), this function may not work well.
• When the horizontal lens shift is not set to the center, this function
may not work well.
• This function will be unavailable when the Transition Detector is on (51).
KEYSTONE
Using the ▲/▼ buttons corrects the vertical keystone distortion.
Shrink the top of the image ó Shrink the bottom of the image
• The adjustable range of this function will vary among inputs. For
some input, this function may not work well.
• When the vertical lens shift is not set fully upward (not set fully downward for
the optional lens type FL-601 only (45)), this function may not work well.
• When the horizontal lens shift is not set to the center, this function may not work well.
• This function will be unavailable when the Transition Detector is on (51).
KEYSTONE
Using the ▲/▼ buttons corrects the horizontal keystone distortion.
Shrink the right of the image ó Shrink the left of the image
• The adjustable range of this function will vary among inputs. For
some input, this function may not work well.
• When the horizontal lens shift is not set to the center, this function may not work well.
• This function will be unavailable when the Transition Detector is on (51).
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SETUP Menu (continued)
Item
WHISPER
Description
Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns off/on the whisper mode.
NORMAL ó WHISPER
• When the WHISPER is selected, acoustic noise and screen
brightness are reduced.
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for mirror status.
MIRROR
NORMAL ó H:INVERT ó V:INVERT ó H&V:INVERT
If the Transition Detector is TURN ON and MIRROR status is
changed, Transition Detector Alarm (51) will be displayed when
projector is restarted after the power switch is turned off.
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AUDIO Menu
AUDIO Menu
From the AUDIO menu, items shown in the table below can
be performed.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the
projector or remote control, and press the ► cursor button
on the projector or remote control, or ENTER button on
the remote control to execute the item. Then perform it
according to the following table.
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when the volume is too high or treble/bass is emphasized or WOW is activated.
In that case, make the volume reduced, bass/treble low or WOW effect to be
weakend.
Item
Description
VOLUME
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the volume.
High ó Low
TREBLE
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the treble level.
High ó Low
BASS
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the bass level.
High ó Low
SRS WOW
SPEAKER
AUDIO
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for SRS WOW mode.
HIGH ó MID ó OFF
• SRS WOW™ accomplishes this by providing a panoramic threedimensional audio image that extends the sound field in both the
horizontal and vertical planes, and lowers the perceived bass
response well beyond the low frequency limitations of the drivers.
Adjust it depending on the user's preference.
Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns the speaker function on/off.
TURN ON ó TURN OFF
• When the TURN ON is selected the built-in speaker works.
Allocates the audio ports.
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the input port using the ◄/► buttons.
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When is selected to an input port, any audio ports do not work
interlocking with the input port, and any items in AUDIO menu are
invalid.
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SCREEN Menu
SCREEN Menu
From the SCREEN menu, items shown in the table below
can be performed.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the
projector or remote control, and press the ► cursor button
on the projector or remote control, or ENTER button on
the remote control to execute the item. Then perform it
according to the following table.
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Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the OSD (On Screen Display) language.
ENGLISH ó FRANÇAIS ó DEUTSCH ó ESPAÑOL ó ITALIANO
NORSK ó NEDERLANDS ó PORTUGUÊS ó 日本語
LANGUAGE
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MENU POSITION
Using the ◄/►/▲/▼ buttons adjusts the menu position.
To quit the operation, press the MENU button on the remote control
or keep no operation for about 10 seconds.
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for the blank screen.
The blank screen is a screen for the temporarily blanking feature
(22). It is displayed by pressing the BLANK button on the remote
control.
MyScreen ó ORIGINAL ó BLUE ó WHITE ó BLACK
BLANK
MyScreen
ORIGINAL
BLUE, WHITE,
BLACK
Feature
Screen can be registered by the MyScreen item
(40).
Screen preset as the standard screen.
Plain screens in each color.
• To avoid remaining as an afterimage, the MyScreen or ORIGINAL
screen will change to the plain black screen after several minutes.
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SCREEN Menu
SCREEN Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for the start-up screen.
The start-up screen is a screen displayed when no signal or an
unsuitable signal is detected.
MyScreen ó ORIGINAL ó TURN OFF
MyScreen
START UP
ORIGINAL
TURN OFF
Feature
Screen can be registered by the MyScreen item
(40).
Screen preset as the standard screen.
Plain black screen.
• To avoid remaining as an afterimage, the MyScreen or ORIGINAL
screen will change to the BLANK screen (38) after several
minutes. If also the BLANK screen is the MyScreen or ORIGINAL,
the plain black screen is instead used.
• When the TURN ON is selected to the MyScreen PASSWARD of
SECURITY item in OPTION menu (48), the START UP is fixed to
MyScreen.
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SCREEN Menu
SCREEN Menu (continued)
Item
Description
MyScreen
This item allows you to capture an image for use as a MyScreen
image which can be used as the BLANK screen and START UP
screen. Display the image you want to capture before executing the
following procedure.
1. Selecting this item displays a dialog
titled “MyScreen”. It will ask you if
you start capturing an image from the
current screen.
Please wait for the target image to be displayed, and press
the ENTER button on the remote control when the image is
displayed. The image will freeze and the frame for capturing will
appear.
To stop performing, press the RESET or ESC button on the
remote control.
2. Using the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons adjusts
the frame position.
Please move the frame to the position
of the image which you want to use. The
frame may not be able to be moved for
some input signals.
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button on the remote control.
To restore the screen and return to the previous dialog, press the
RESET or ESC button on the remote control.
Registration takes several minutes.
When the registration is completed, the registered screen and the
following message is displayed for several seconds:
“MyScreen registration is finished.”
If the registration failed, the following message is displayed:
“A capturing error has occurred. Please try again.”
• This item cannot be selected for an M1-D signal.
• This function cannot be selected when the TURN ON is selected
to the MyScreen Lock item (below).
• This function cannot be selected when the TURN ON is selected
to the MyScreen PASSWARD of SECURITY item in OPTION menu
(48).
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Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns on/off the MyScreen lock function.
TURN ON ó TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, the item MyScreen is locked. Use
this function for protecting the current MyScreen.
• This function cannot be selected when the TURN ON is selected
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SCREEN Menu
SCREEN Menu (continued)
Item
Description
MESSAGE
Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns on/off the message function.
TURN ON ó TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, the following message function works.
“AUTO IN PROGRESS” while automatically adjusting
“NO INPUT IS DETECTED”
“SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE”
“Searching….” while searching for the input
“Detecting….” while an input signal is detected
The indication of the input signal displayed by changing
The indication of the aspect ratio displayed by changing
The indication of the PICTURE MODE displayed by changing
The indication of the ACTIVE IRIS displayed by changing
The indication of the MY MEMORY displayed by changing
The indication of "FREEZE" and "II" while freezing the screen by
pressing the FREEZE button.
• When the TURN OFF is selected, please remember if the picture
is freezing. Do not mistake freezing for a malfunction (21).
Each input port for this projector can have a name applied to it.
(1) Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the SCREEN menu to
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NAME menu to select the port to be named
and press the ► button. Right side of the
menu is blank until a name is specified.
The SOURCE NAME dialog will be displayed.
SOURCE NAME
(3) The current name will be displayed on the
first line. Use the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons and the
ENTER or INPUT button to select and enter
characters. The RESET button can be used to
erase 1 character at a time. The name can be a
maximum of 16 characters.
(4) To change an already inserted character, press
the ▲ button while the cursor is on the [A-N]
row to move the cursor to the name displayed on
the first line and use the ◄/► buttons to select
character to be changed. Once a character in the
name is selected use the ▼ button to move the
cursor back down to the character entry area to
select and enter characters as described above.
(5) Select and press the ENTER or
INPUT buttons when finished entering text.
To revert to the previous name without
saving changes press the ESC or ◄ button
and the INPUT button simultaneously.
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OPTION Menu
OPTION Menu
From the OPTION menu, items shown in the table below can be
performed.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the projector or
remote control, and press the ► cursor button on the projector or
remote control, or ENTER button on the remote control to execute
the item, except for the items LAMP TIME and FILTER TIME.
Then perform it according to the following table.
Item
AUTO SEARCH
AUTO
KEYSTONE
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Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns on/off the automatic signal search function.
TURN ON  TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, detecting no signal automatically cycles
through input ports in the following order. The search is started from the
current port. Then when an input is found, the projector will stop searching
and display the image.
RGB 1  RGB 2  M1-D  COMPONENT  S-VIDEO  VIDEO
Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns on/off the automatic keystone function.
TURN ON  TURN OFF
TURN ON : Automatic keystone distortion correction will be
executed whenever changing the slant of the projector.
TURN OFF : This function is disabled. Please execute the AUTO
KEYSTONE
EXECUTE in the SETUP Menu for automatic
keystone distortion correction.
• When the projector is suspended from the ceiling this feature will
not function properly so select the TURN OFF.
• This function will be unavailable when the Transition Detector is
on (51).
Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns on/off the AUTO ON function.
TURN ON  TURN OFF
When AUTO ON is set to TURN ON, the projector’s lamp will only
be automatically turned on when the Power switch is turned on if
the power was turned off using the Power switch the last time the
projector was turned off.
• After turning the lamp on by the AUTO ON function, if neither input nor
operation is detected for about 30 minutes, the projector is turned off, even
though the AUTO OFF function (43) is disabled.
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OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the time to count down to
automatically turn the projector off.
Long (max. 99 minutes) ó Short (min. 0 minute = DISABLE)
AUTO OFF
AUTO OFF
ENABLE
AUTO OFF
DISABLE
0
When the time is set to 0, the projector is not turned off automatically.
When the time is set to 1 to 99, and when the passed time with nosignal or an unsuitable signal reaches at the set time, the projector
lamp will be turned off.
If one of the projector's buttons or the remote control buttons
is pressed or one of the commands (except get commands) is
transmitted to the control port during the corresponding time,
projector will not be turned off.
Please refer to the section “Turning off the power” (16).
LAMP TIME
The lamp time is the time counted after the last resetting. It is
shown in the OPTION menu as the usage time of the lamp.
Pressing the RESET button on the remote control or the ► button
of the projector displays a dialog.
To reset the lamp time, select the RESET using the ▲ button.
RESET ï CANCEL
• Please reset the lamp time only when you have replaced the lamp,
for a suitable indication about the lamp.
• For the lamp replacement, see the section "Lamp" (56, 57).
FILTER TIME
The filter time is the time counted after the last resetting. It is shown
in the OPTION menu as the usage time of the air filter.
Pressing the RESET button on the remote control or the ► button
of the projector displays a dialog.
To reset the filter time, select the RESET using the ▲ button.
RESET ï CANCEL
• Please reset the filter time only when you have cleaned or replaced
the air filter, for a suitable indication about the air filter.
• For the air filter cleaning, see the section "Air filter" (58, 59).
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OPTION Menu
OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
MY BUTTON
Description
This item is to assign one of the following function to MY BUTTON
1 and 2 on the remote control (6).
Choose 1 or 2 on the MY BUTTON menu using the ◄/► button
first. Then using the ▲/▼ buttons sets one of the following functions
to the chosen button.
• RGB1: Sets port to RGB1.
• RGB2: Sets port to RGB2.
• M1-D: Sets port to M1-D.
• COMPONENT: Sets port to COMPONENT (Y, Cb/Pb, Cr/Pr).
• S-VIDEO: Sets port to S-VIDEO.
• VIDEO: Sets port to VIDEO.
• e-SHOT: Displays the e-SHOT menu (54).
• INFORMATION: Displays a dialog of INPUT INFORMATION (46).
• AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE:
Performs automatic keystone distortion correction (35).
• MY MEMORY:
Loads one of adjustment data stored (28).
• When the current adjustment is not saved to memory a dialog is displayed.
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button to quit. Otherwise the current adjusted condition will be lost
by loading a data.
• PICTURE MODE: Changes the PICTURE MODE (24).
• FILTER RESET:
Displays the filter time reset confirmation dialogue (43).
• ACTIVE IRIS: Changes the active iris mode.
• VOLUME+: Set the volume up.
• VOLUME-: Set the volume down.
Selecting this item displays the SERVICE menu.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ buttons, and press the ► button or
the ENTER button on the remote control to execute the item.
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SERVICE
FACTORY RESET  INFORMATION  REMOTE FREQ.  REMOTE RECEIV.
FAN SPEED
Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the rotation speed
of the cooling fans. The HIGH is the mode for use at
highlands etc. Note that the projector is noisier when
the HIGH is selected.
HIGH ó NORMAL
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Item
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AUTO ADJUST
Using the ▲/▼ buttons enables/disables the
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although rough adjustment is automatically performed
depending on the basic setting.
ENABLE ó DISABLE
• Depending on conditions, such as input image, signal cable to
the projector, environment around the projector, etc., the automatic
adjustment may not work correctly. In such a case, please
choose DISABLE to disable the automatic adjustment, and make
adjustment manually.
GHOST
1. Select a color element of ghost using the ◄/►
buttons.
2. Adjust the selected element using the ▲/▼ buttons to
disappear ghost.
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Use the ▲/▼ button to set the timer for the interval to
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reaches the interval time set by the menu.
(62) When the “TURN OFF” is chosen, the air filter
cleaning message will not appear.
• Please check and clean the air filter periodically, even if there is no
message. If the air filter becomes to be blocked by dust or others,
the internal temperature will rise, which could cause malfunction, or
reduce the lifetime of the projector.
• It is recommended to choose “100h” in general. Please be careful
with the operating environment of the projector and the condition of
the air filter, especially when the “200h”, “300h” or “TURN OFF” is
chosen.
LENS TYPE
Select the lens type currently used using the ▲/▼
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Please select one of them referring to the following.
1: for a standard lens (Type NL-600)
2: for a fixed short throw lens (Type FL-601)
3: for a short throw lens (Type SL-602)
4: for a long throw lens (Type LL-603)
5: for an ultra long throw lens (Type UL-604)
• This setting has an influence on the keystone distortion etc.
• About the optional lens, ask you dealer.
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OPTION Menu
OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
Description
KEY LOCK
Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns on/off the key lock feature. When
TURN ON is selected, the buttons on the projector except the
STANDBY/ON button are locked.
TURN ON ó TURN OFF
• Please use to avoid a mischief and touching accidentally. This
function does not have any effect on the remote control.
SERVICE
REMOTE RECEIV.
(1) Select a remote sensor using the ▲/▼ button.
1:FRONT ó 2:TOP ó 3:REAR
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REMOTE FREQ.
Use the ▲/▼ button to change the Projector's remote sensor
setting (14).
1:NORMAL ó 2:HIGH
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Neither can be turned off at the same time.
INFORMATION
Selecting this item displays a dialog titled “INPUT INFORMATION”.
It shows the information about the current input.
INPUT-INFORMATION
RGB
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FRAME LOCK
INPUT-INFORMATION
S-VIDEO
SECAM
AUTO
INPUT-INFORMATION
COMPONENT
576i @50
SCART RGB
• The “FRAME LOCK” message on the dialog means the frame lock
function is working.
• The “SCART RGB” message means the COMPONENT VIDEO
port is working as a SCART RGB input port. Please refer to the
COMPONENT item in INPUT menu (32).
• This item can't be selected for no signal and sync out.
FACTORY RESET
Selecting RESET using the button ▲ performs this function. By
this function, all the items in all of menus will collectively return to
the initial setting. Note that the items LAMP TIME, FILTER TIME,
LANGUAGE and SECURITY are not reset.
RESET ï CANCEL
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OPTION Menu
OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
Description
This projector is equipped with security functions.
User registration is required before using the security functions.
Please contact your local dealer.
1. Using Security Features
1.1 Inputting the PASSWORD
SECURITY
1.1-1 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the OPTION
menu to select SECURITY and press the ►
button. The ENTER PASSWORD box will be
displayed. The factory default PASSWORD is
2400. This PASSWORD can be changed (1.2
Changing the PASSWORD).
• It is strongly recommended the factory default
PASSWORD to be changed as soon as possible.
1.1-2 Use the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons to enter the
registered PASSWORD. Move the cursor to
the right side of the ENTER PASSWORD
BOX and press the ► button to display the
SECURITY menu. If an incorrect PASSWORD
is input the ENTER PASSWORD BOX will
be displayed again. If incorrect PASSWORD
is input 3 times the projector will turn off.
Afterwards the projector will turn off every time
an incorrect PASSWORD is input.
1.2 Changing the PASSWORD
1.2-1 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the SECURITY menu
to select SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE
and press the ► button to display the ENTER
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PASSWORD.
1.2-3 Move the cursor to the right side of the
ENTER NEW PASSWORD BOX and press
the ► button to display the NEW PASSWORD
AGAIN BOX, enter the same PASSWORD
again.
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PASSWORD AGAIN BOX and press the ►
button and the NOTE NEW PASSWORD BOX
will be displayed for about 20 seconds, please
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Pressing the ENTER button on the remote
controll or INPUT button on the projector will
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OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
Description
1.3 If you have forgotten your PASSWORD
1.3-1 Follow the procedure in 1.1-1 to display the
ENTER PASSWORD BOX.
1.3-2 While the ENTER PASSWORD BOX is
displayed, press and hold the RESET button
on the remote control for about 3 seconds or
press and hold the INPUT and ► buttons on
the projector for about 3 seconds.
The 10 digit Inquiring Code will be displayed.
NOTE: If there is no key input for about 55 seconds
while the Inquiring Code is displayed the menu will
close. If necessary repeat the process from 1.3-1.
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1.3-3 Contact your dealer with the 10 digit Inquiring Code. Your PASSWORD
will be sent after your user registration information is confirmed.
2. Using the MyScreen PASSWORD Function
The MyScreen PASSWORD function can be used to prohibit access to the
MyScreen function and prevent the currently registered MyScreen image
from being overwritten.
SECURITY
2.1 Turning on the MyScreen PASSWORD
Function
2.1-1 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the SECURITY
menu to select MyScreen PASSWORD and
press the ► button to display the MyScreen
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2.2-1 Display the MyScreen on/off menu using the
procedure in 2.1-1.
2.2-2 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the MyScreen
PASSWORD on/off menu to select TURN ON.
The ENTER PASSWORD BOX (small) will be
displayed.
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PASSWORD. Move the cursor to the right
side of the ENTER PASSWORD BOX
(small) and press the ► button to display the
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MyScreen PASS WORD on/off menu.
When a PASSWORD is set for MyScreen:
• The MyScreen registration function (and menu) will be unavailable.
• The MyScreen Lock function (and menu) will be unavailable.
• The START UP setting will be locked on MyScreen (and the menu will be
unavailable).
Turning the MyScreen PASSWORD off will allow normal operation of both
functions.
• Please do not forget your MyScreen PASSWORD.
2.3 Turning the PASSWORD off
2.3-1 Follow the procedure in 2.1-1 to display the MyScreen PASSWORD
on/off menu.
SECURITY
2.3-2 Select TURN OFF to display the ENTER PASSWORD BOX (large).
Enter the registered PASSWORD and the screen will return to the
MyScreen on/off menu.
If an incorrect PASSWORD is input the menu will close. If necessary repeat
the process from 2.3-1.
2.4 If you have forgotten your PASSWORD
2.4-1 Follow the procedure in 2.1-1 to display the MyScreen PASSWORD
on/off menu.
2.4-2 Select TURN OFF to display the ENTER
PASSWORD BOX (large). The 10 digit
Inquiring Code will be displayed inside the
BOX.
2.4-3 Contact your dealer with the 10 digit Inquiring
Code. Your PASSWORD will be sent after
your user registration information is confirmed.
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3. Using the PIN LOCK Function
PIN LOCK is a function which prevents the projector from being used unless
a registered Code is input.
3.1 Registering the PIN Code
3.1-1 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the SECURITY menu
to select PIN LOCK and press the ► button
or the ENTER button to display the PIN LOCK
on/off menu.
3.1-2 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the PIN LOCK on/off
menu to select TURN ON and the PIN BOX
will be displayed.
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PIN LOCK on/off
menu
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OPTION Menu
OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
SECURITY
Description
3.1-3 Input a 4 part PIN Code using the ▲/▼/◄/►
/RGB and INPUT buttons.
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A CONFIRMATION BOX will appear. Reenter the
same PIN Code. This will complete the PIN Code
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registration.
PIN BOX
NOTE: If there is no key input for about 55 seconds
while the PIN BOX or the CONFIRMATION BOX are
displayed the menu will close. If necessary repeat
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CONFIRMATION BOX
displayed. Enter the registered PIN Code.
(PIN BOX)
The projector can be used after entering the
registered PIN Code. If an incorrect PIN Code is
input the PIN BOX will be displayed again.
If an incorrect PIN Code is input 3 times the projector will turn off. Afterwards
the projector will turn off every time an incorrect PIN Code is input. The
projector will also turn off if there is no key input for about 5 minutes while
the PIN BOX is displayed.
This function will activate only when the projector is started after the power
switch was turned off.
• Please do not forget your PIN Code.
3.2 Turning Off the PIN LOCK Function
3.2-1 Follow the procedure in 3.1-1 to display the PIN LOCK on/off menu.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select TURN OFF and the PIN BOX will be
displayed.
Enter the registered PIN Code to turn the PIN LOCK function off.
If an incorrect PASSWORD is entered the menu will close.
3.3 If you have forgotten your PIN Code
3.3-1 While the PIN BOX is displayed, press and
hold the RESET button for three seconds or
press and hold the INPUT and ► buttons for
three seconds. The 10 digit Inquiring Code will
be displayed.
NOTE: If there is no key input for about 5 minutes
while the Inquiring Code is displayed the projector
will turn off.
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Inquiring Code
(PIN Code)
3.3-2 Contact your dealer with the 10 digit Inquiring Code. Your PASSWORD
will be sent after your user registration information is confirmed.
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OPTION Menu
OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
Description
4. Using the Transition Detector Function
While the Transition Detector function is ON, when power switch is started to
supply to the projector, it might react as below.
• Transition Detector alarm shown below might appear on screen, if the
projector has been moved or re-installed.
• Transition Detector alarm might appear on screen, if the MIRROR setting
has been changed.
• Keystone adjustment feature has been prohibited as long as the Transition
Detector function is ON.
4.1 Turning On the Transition Detector Function
SECURITY
4.1-1 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the SECURITY menu to
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ENTER button to display the Transition Detector
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on/off menu. Select TURN ON and the current
angle and mirror setting will be recorded.
Transition Detector
NOTE: This feature may not function properly if the projector
on/off menu
is not in a stable position when TURN ON is selected.
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Detector Alarm will be displayed and the
Transition Detector Alarm
projector will not display the input signal.
If the Transition Detector ALARM is displayed for about 5 minutes the lamp will turn off.
This function will activate only when the projector is started after the power
switch was turned off.
4.2 Setting the Transition Detector PASSWORD
4.2-1 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the SECURITY menu to select Transition
Detector and press the ► or the ENTER button to display the
Transition Detector on/off menu.
4.2-2 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the Transition
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displayed.
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4.2-3 Use the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons to enter a
BOX
(small)
PASSWORD. Move the cursor to the right
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CHECK PASSWORD BOX, enter the same
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CHECK PASSWORD
4.2-4 Move the cursor to the right side of the
BOX
CHECK PASSWORD BOX and press the
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PASSWORD during this time.
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PASSWORD BOX
the INPUT button on the projector will return to the
Transition Detector on/off menu.
• Please do not forget your Transition Detector PASSWORD.
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OPTION Menu
OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
Description
4.3 Setting the Transition Detector off
4.3-1 Follow the procedure in 4.1-1 to display the Transition Detector on/off
menu.
4.3-2 Select TURN OFF to display the ENTER PASSWORD BOX (large).
Enter the registered PASSWORD and the screen will return to the
Transition Detector on/off menu.
If an incorrect PASSWORD is input the menu will close. If necessary repeat
the process from 4.3-1.
SECURITY
4.4 If you have forgotten your PASSWORD
4.4-1 Follow the procedure in 4.1-1 to display the Transition Detector on/off
menu.
4.4-2 Select TURN OFF to display the ENTER
PASSWORD BOX (large). The 10 digit
Inquiring Code will be displayed inside the
BOX.
4.4-3 Contact your dealer with the 10 digit Inquiring
Code. Your PASSWORD will be sent after your
user registration information is confirmed.
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(large)
NETWORK Menu
NETWORK Menu
Consult with your network administrator before connecting to an
existing access point on your network. Incorrect network settings
on this projector may cause trouble on the network.
Select “NETWORK” from the main menu to access the following
functions.
Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons on the projector or
remote control, and press the ► cursor button on the projector or
remote control, or ENTER button on the remote control to execute
the item. Then perform it according to the following table.
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NOTE • The factory default setting for DHCP is “TURN ON”. There is no need to set
up [DHCP], [IP ADDRESS], [SUBNET MASK] or [DEFAULT GATEWAY] if your network
has DHCP enabled. ( User’s Manual - Network Functions)
• If you are not utilizing SNTP ( User’s Manual - Network Functions), then you must
set the DATE AND TIME during the initial installation. Please refer to the item DATE
AND TIME on the following list.
Item
DHCP
(Dynamic Host
Configuration
Protocol)
IP ADDRESS
Description
DHCP TURN ON/TURN OFF:
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TURN ON  TURN OFF
Select TURN OFF when the network does not have DHCP
enabled.
Entering the IP ADDRESS :
192. 168. 1. 254
Use the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons to enter the IP
IP ADDRESS
ADDRESS. This function can only be used
when DHCP is set to “TURN OFF”.
• The IP ADDRESS is the number that identifies this projector
on the network. You cannot have two devices with the same IP
ADDRESS on the same network.
SUBNET MASK
Entering the SUBNET MASK :
Use the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons to enter the
same SUBNET MASK used by your PC.
This function can only be used when DHCP
is set to “TURN OFF”.
DEFAULT
GATEWAY
Entering the DEFAULT GATEWAY :
Use the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons to enter the
DEFAULT GATEWAY (a node on a computor
network that serves as an access point to
another network) address.This function can only
be used when DHCP is set to “TURN OFF”.
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SUBNET MASK
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NETWORK Menu
NETWORK Menu (continued)
Item
TIME
DIFFERENCE
Description
Entering the TIME DIFFERENCE :
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to enter the
TIME DIFFERENCE.
Set the same TIME DIFFERENCE
as the one set on your PC. If unsure,
consult your network administrator.
Use the ◄ button to return to the menu
after setting the TIME DIFFERENCE.
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DATE AND TIME
Entering DATE AND TIME :
Use the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons to enter the Year (last two digits),
Month, Date, Hour and Minute.
• The projector will override this setting and retrieve DATE AND TIME
information from the Timeserver when SNTP is enabled. See [Date/
Time Settings] in [User’s Manual - Network Functions: Configuring
and Controlling the Projector via a Web Browser] for SNTP settings.
e-SHOT
e-SHOT display :
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select an item and the ► or ENTER
buttons to display the image.
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File names of registered images are
displayed by 16 characters or less.
Example: DEMONSTRATION-01
“NEW” stamp is added to the head
of line when the image is registered
newly. After the image is displayed,
IMAGE‑1
“NEW” stamp will be erased.
Once an image is displayed, you can
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to return to the menu.
Pressing the RESET button or the ► button for about 3 seconds
while an image is being displayed will display the RESET menu.
The displayed image can be deleted from the RESET menu using
the ENTER button on the remote control or the INPUT button on the
projector.
If you do not wish to delete the image use the ESC button on the remote
control or push the ◄ and INPUT buttons on the projector at the same time.
• Items with no image stored cannot be selected.
• Images can be changed using the ▲/▼ buttons while the image data downloads.
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NETWORK Menu / Network functions
NETWORK Menu (continued)
Item
Description
INFORMATION display :
Use the ► or ENTER buttons to view
network information and confirm settings.
INFORMATION
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• Only the first 16 characters of the projector name are displayed.
• The battery for the built in clock may be dead if the clock loses
time even when the DATE AND TIME have been set correctly.
Replace the battery by following the instructions on replacing the
battery. (60)
Choose the RESTART using the ► button.
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Network will be once cut off when choose restart.
If DHCP is selected on, IP address may be changed.
After selecting RESTART, Network menu may not be controlled
approx. 20 seconds.
Network functions
Refer to the separate volume on Network Functions.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Lamp
A lamp has finite product life. Using the lamp for long periods of time could cause
the pictures darker or the color tone poor. Note that each lamp has a different
lifetime, and some may burst or burn out soon after you start using them.
Preparation of a new lamp and early replacement are recommended. To prepare
a new lamp, contact your dealer and tell the lamp type number.
Type number = 456-8943
Replacing the lamp
The lamp cover
the projector off, and unplug the power cord.
1. Turn
Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes.
a new lamp.
2. Prepare
If the projector is mounted on a ceiling, or if the lamp
has broken, also ask the dealer to replace the lamp.
In case of replacement by yourself,
Loosen the screw (marked by arrow) of the lamp cover
and then slide the lamp cover to the side to remove it.
Loosen the 3 screws (marked by arrow) of the
lamp, and slowly pick up the lamp by the handles.
Insert the new lamp, and retighten firmly the
3 screws of the lamp that are loosened in the
previous process to lock it in place.
Slide the lamp cover back in place and firmly
The handles
fasten the screw of the lamp cover.
Turn the projector on and reset the lamp time
using the LAMP TIME item in the OPTION menu
(43).
(1) Press the MENU button to display a menu.
(2) Point at the “Go to Advanced Menu …” in the menu
using the ▼/▲ button, then press the ► button.
(3) Point at the “OPTION” in the left column of the
menu using the ▼/▲button, then press the ►
button.
(4) Point at the “LAMP TIME” using the ▼/▲ button, then press the ► button. A
dialog will appear.
(5) Press the ▲ button to select “RESET” on the dialog. It performs resetting the
lamp time.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
NOTE • Please reset the lamp time only when you have replaced the lamp,
for a suitable indication about the lamp.
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Maintenance
Lamp (continued)
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE
HIGH TEMPERATURE
HIGH PRESSURE
►The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp can break
with a loud bang, or burn out, if jolted or scratched, handled while hot, or worn
over time. Note that each lamp has a different lifetime, and some may burst or
burn out soon after you start using them. In addition, when the bulb bursts, it is
possible for shards of glass to fly into the lamp housing, and for gas containing
mercury to escape from the projector’s vent holes.
►About disposal of a lamp • This product contains a mercury lamp; do not
put it in a trash. Dispose of it in accordance with environmental laws.
For lamp recycling, go to www.lamprecycle.org. (in the US)
For product disposal, contact your local government agency or www.eiae.org (in
the US) or www.epsc.ca (in Canada).
For more information, call your dealer.
• If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does), unplug
the power cord from the outlet, and make sure to request a replacement
lamp from your local dealer. Note that shards of glass could damage the
inside of the projector, or cause injury during handling, so please do not
try to clean the projector or replace the lamp yourself.
Disconnect • If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does),
the plug ventilate the room well, and make sure not to breathe the gas that
from the comes out of the projector vents, or get it in your eyes or mouth.
power
• Before replacing the lamp, turn the projector off and unplug the power
outlet
cord, then wait at least 45 minutes for the lamp to cool sufficiently.
Handling the lamp while hot can cause burns, as well as damaging the
lamp.
• Never unscrew except the appointed (marked by an arrow) screws.
• Do not open the lamp cover while the projector is suspended from
the ceiling. This is dangerous, since if the lamp’s bulb has broken, the
shards will fall out when the cover is opened. In addition, working in
high places is dangerous, so ask your local dealer to have the lamp
replaced even if the bulb is not broken.
• Do not use the projector with the lamp cover removed. To replace the
lamp, make sure that the screws are tightened firmly. Loose screws
could result in damage or injury.
• Use only the lamp of the specified type.
• If the lamp breaks soon after the first time it is used, it is possible
that there are electrical problems elsewhere besides the lamp. If this
happens, contact your local dealer or a service representative.
• Handle with care: jolting or scratching could cause the lamp bulb to burst during use.
• Using the lamp for long periods of time, could cause it dark, not to light
up or to burst. When the pictures appear dark, or when the color tone
is poor, please replace the lamp as soon as possible. Do not use old
(used) lamps; this is a cause of breakage.
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Maintenance
Air filter
Please check and clean the air filter periodically. If the air filter becomes clogged
by dust or the like, internal temperatures rise, which could cause a fire, a burn or
malfunction to the projector. When the indicators or a message prompts you to
clean the air filter, comply with it as soon as possible. Note that the projector may
shut down, when the projector heats too much.
Please replace the air filter when it is damaged or too soiled. Preparation of a new
air filter is recommended. To prepare a new air filter, contact with your dealer and
tell the air filter type number.
Type number = MU03642
Cleaning the air filter
1.
Turn the projector off, and unplug the
power cord. Allow the projector to
sufficiently cool down.
Use a vacuum cleaner on and around the
filter cover.
Hold the filter cover knobs while lifting it.
The filter unit made up the filter cover and
others will come off.
Use a vacuum cleaner for the filter vent of
the projector and the filter frame side of
the filter unit.
If the air filter is damaged or too soiled,
replace it according to the following
procedure number 5 to 7. Otherwise, please
jump to the procedure number 8.
To remove the filter frame, hold the filter
cover while holding and pulling the filter
frame’s knob by another hand.
Replace the air filter with new one. It is
recommended that the fluted surface of
the air filter faces the filter cover.
Put the filter frame back.
The front side of the projector
The filter cover
2.
3.
4.
5.
The filter cover knobs
The filter unit
The filter frame knob
The filter frame
The air filter
6.
7.
8. Put the filter unit back into the projector.
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The fluted
surface of
the air filter
The filter cover
Maintenance
Air filter (continued)
Turn the projector on and reset the filter time using the FILTER TIME item in
the EASY MENU (25).
9.
(1) Press the MENU button to display a menu.
(2) Point at the “FILTER TIME” using the ▼/▲ button, then press the ► button. A
dialog will appear.
(3) Press the ▲ button to select “RESET” on the dialog. It performs resetting the
filter time.
WARNING ►Before taking care of the air filter, make sure the power
switch is off and the power cable is not plugged in, then allow the projector to
cool sufficiently. Taking care of the air filter in a high temperature state of the
projector could cause an electric shock, a burn or malfunction to the projector.
►Use only the air filter of the specified type. Do not use the projector without
the air filter or the filter cover. It could result in a fire or malfunction to the
projector.
►Clean the air filter periodically. If the air filter becomes clogged by dust or the
like, internal temperatures rise and could cause a fire, a burn or malfunction to
the projector.
NOTE • Please replace the air filter when it is damaged or too soiled, and
also when you replace the lamp.
• When you replace the projection lamp, please replace the air filter. An air filter
of specified type will come together with a replacement lamp for this projector.
• Please reset the filter time only when you have cleaned or replaced the air
filter, for a suitable indication about the air filter.
• The projector may display the message such as “CHECK THE AIR FLOW” or
turn off the projector, to prevent the internal heat level rising.
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Maintenance
Internal clock battery
Consumption of the battery makes the clock not to work correctly. When the clock is wrong or it has
stopped, please replace the battery according to the following procedures.
1.
2.
3.
Turn the projector off, and unplug the power cord. Allow the
projector to cool sufficiently.
After making sure that the projector has cooled adequately,
slowly turn over the projector, so that the bottom is facing.
Battery Cover
Remove the battery cover.
Turn the battery cover in the direction indicated “OPEN”
using such as coins. Then the battery cover will come up. While
OPEN
removing the battery cover, pick its knob.
Take the old battery out.
Knob
Press the metal claw of the battery holder. Then the battery
Metal claw
will come up. Remove the battery.
Put a new battery in.
Replace battery with HITACHI MAXELL, Part No.CR2032
only. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or
“+” marking
explosion.
Insert a new battery in the battery holder according to its minus terminal
as indicated in the battery holder, so that the side marked by + is
facing. And push the battery into the battery holder fully to fix.
CLOSE
Close the battery cover.
Replace the battery cover in place, then turn it in the
direction indicated “CLOSE” using such as coins, to fix.
4.
5.
6.
WARNING ►Always handle the batteries with care and use them only as directed. Battery
may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble or dispose of in fire.
And also improper use may result in cracking or leakage, which could result in fire, injury and/or
pollution of the surrounding environment.
• Be sure to use only the batteries specified. Do not use batteries of different types at the same
time. Do not mix a new battery with used one.
• Make sure the plus and minus terminals are correctly aligned when loading a battery.
If the battery is placed in the battery holder upside-down, it may be hard to remove.
• Keep a battery away from children and pets. If swallowed consult a physician immediately for emergency treatment.
• Do not short circuit or solder a battery.
• Do not allow a battery in a fire or water. Keep batteries in a dark, cool and dry place.
• If you observe a leakage of a battery, wipe out the flower and then replace a battery. If the liquid
adheres to your body or clothes, rinse well with water immediately.
• Obey the local laws on disposing the battery.
NOTE • If the battery is placed in the battery holder upside-down, follow the procedure below
to remove and reload it properly.
1. Remove the battery cover as described in steps 1 through 3 above.
2. Turn the projector over again, so that the top of the projector is facing up.
3. While lifting the side of the projector closest to the lens, press the metal claw of the battery
holder. The battery will fall out of the holder, so be careful not to lose it.
4. Turn the projector over once more, so that the bottom faces up, and reload the battery correctly.
• The internal clock’s time will be reset when the battery is removed.
Please reconfigure the time via the menu or a web browser after replacing the battery.
(Please refer to 55 and User’s Manual-Network Functions: Date/Time Settings for more information.)
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Maintenance
Other care
Inside of the projector
In order to ensure the safe use of your projector, please have it cleaned and
inspected by your dealer about once every year.
Caring for the lens
If the lens is flawed, soiled or fogged, it could cause deterioration of display
quality. Please take care of the lens, being cautious of handling.
Turn the projector off, and unplug the power cord. Allow the projector to cool
sufficiently.
After making sure that the projector is cool adequately, lightly wipe the lens
with a commercially available lens-cleaning wipe. Do not touch the lens
directly with your hand.
1.
2.
Caring for the cabinet and remote control
Incorrect care could have adverse influence such as discoloration, peeling paint,
etc.
Turn the projector off, and unplug the power cord. Allow the projector to cool
sufficiently.
After making sure that the projector is cool adequately, lightly wipe with gauze
or a soft cloth.
If the projector is extremely dirty, dip soft cloth in water or a neutral cleaner
diluted in water, and wipe lightly after wringing well. Then, wipe lightly with a
soft, dry cloth.
1.
2.
WARNING ►Before caring, make sure the power switch is off and the
power cable is not plugged in, and then allow the projector to cool sufficiently.
The care in a high temperature state of the projector could cause a burn and/or
malfunction to the projector.
►Never try to care for the inside of the projector personally. Doing is so
dangerous.
►Avoid wetting the projector or inserting liquids in the projector. It could result
in a fire, an electric shock, and/or malfunction to the projector.
• Do not put anything containing water, cleaners or chemicals near the
projector.
• Do not use aerosols or sprays.
CAUTION ►Please take right care of the projector according to the
following. Incorrect care could cause not only an injury but adverse influence
such as discoloration, peeling paint, etc.
►Do not use cleaners or chemicals other than those specified in this manual.
►Do not polish or wipe with hard objects.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Related messages
When the unit's power is on, messages such as those shown below may be
displayed. When any such message is displayed on the screen, please follow the
instructions described below. If the same message is displayed after the remedy,
or if a message other than the following appears, please contact your dealer or
service company.
Although these messages will be automatically disappeared around several
minutes, it will be reappeared every time the power is turned on.
Message
NO INPUT IS DETECTED

SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE

fH kHz fV Hz
Description
There is no input signal.
Please confirm the signal input connection, and the status
of the signal source.
The horizontal or vertical frequency of the input signal
is not within the specified range.
Please confirm the specs for your projector or the signal
source specs.
The internal temperature is rising.
CHECK THE AIR FLOW
REMINDER
*** HRS PASSED AFTER THE
LAST FILTER CHECK.
FILTER MAINTENANCE IS ESSENTIAL
TO REMOVE WARNING MESSAGE,
RESET FILTER TIMER.
SEE MANUAL FURTHER INFO.
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Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to cool
down at least 20 minutes. After having confirmed the
following items, please turn the power ON again.
• Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
• Is the air filter dirty?
• Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
If the same indication is displayed after the remedy, please set
FAN SPEED of the SERVICE item in the OPTION menu to HIGH.
A note of precaution when cleaning the air filter.
Please immediately turn the power off, and clean or change
the air filter referring to the “Air Filter” section of this manual
(58). After you have cleaned or changed the air filter,
please be sure to reset the filter timer (43).
Troubleshooting
Regarding the indicator lamps
Lighting and flashing of the POWER indicator, the LAMP indicator, and the TEMP
indicator have the meanings as described in the table below. Please follow the
instructions within the table. If the same indication is displayed after the remedy,
or if an indication other than the following is displayed, please contact your dealer
or service company.
POWER
LAMP
TEMP
Description
indicator indicator indicator
Lighting
Turned
Turned The projector is in a standby state.
In Orange
off
off
Please refer to the section “Power On/Off”.
Blinking
In Green
Turned
off
Turned
off
The projector is warming up.
Lighting
In Green
Turned
off
Turned
off
The projector is in an on state.
Blinking
In Orange
Turned
off
Turned
off
The projector is cooling down.
Blinking
In Red
(discretionary)
(discretionary)
Please wait.
Ordinary operations may be performed.
Please wait.
The projector is cooling down. A certain error
has been detected.
Please wait until the POWER indicator finishes
blinking, and then perform the proper measure using
the item descriptions below.
The lamp does not light, and there is a
possibility that interior portion has become
heated.
Blinking
In Red
or
Lighting
In Red
Lighting
In Red
Turned
off
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to
cool down at least 20 minutes. After the projector has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation of
the following items, and then turn the power on again.
• Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
• Is the air filter dirty?
• Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
If the same indication is displayed after the remedy,
please change the lamp referring to the section “Lamp”.
The lamp cover has not been properly fixed.
Blinking
In Red
or
Lighting
In Red
Blinking
In Red
Turned
off
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to
cool down at least 45 minutes. After the projector has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation
of the attachment state of the lamp cover. After
performing any needed maintenance, turn the power
on again. If the same indication is displayed after
the remedy, please contact your dealer or service
company.
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Troubleshooting
Regarding the indicator lamps (continued)
POWER
LAMP
TEMP
indicator indicator indicator
Description
The cooling fan is not operating.
Blinking
In Red
or
Lighting
In Red
Turned
off
Blinking
In Red
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to
cool down at least 20 minutes. After the projector has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation
that no foreign matter has become caught in the fan,
etc., and then turn the power on again.
If the same indication is displayed after the remedy,
please contact your dealer or service company.
There is a possibility that the interior portion
has become heated.
Blinking
In Red
or
Lighting
In Red
Turned
off
Lighting
In Red
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to
cool down at least 20 minutes. After the projector has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation of
the following items, and then turn the power on again.
• Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
• Is the air filter dirty?
• Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
If the same indication is displayed after the remedy,
please set FAN SPEED of the SERVICE item in the
OPTION menu to HIGH.
It is time to clean the air filter.
Lighting
In Green
Lighting
In Green
Blinking in
Green for
approx. 3
seconds
Simultaneous
blinking in Red
Alternative
blinking in Red
Turned
off
Turned
off
Please immediately turn the power off, and clean or
change the air filter referring to the section “Air Filter”.
After cleaning or changing the air filter, please be sure
to reset the filter timer. After the remedy, reset the
power to ON.
There is a possibility that the interior portion
has become overcooled.
Please use the unit within the usage temperature
parameters (5°C to 35°C). After the treatment, reset
the power to ON.
At least 1 “Power ON” schedule is saved to the
projector.
(Please refer to the User’s Manual-Network Functions:
Schedule Settings for more information.)
NOTE • When the interior portion has become overheated, for safety
purposes, the power source is automatically turned off, and the indicator lamps
may also be turned off. In such a case, press the “” (OFF) side of the power
switch, and wait at least 45 minutes. After the projector has sufficiently cooled
down, please make confirmation of the attachment state of the lamp and lamp
cover, and then turn the power on again.
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Troubleshooting
Phenomena that may be easy to be mistaken for machine defects
WARNING ►Never use the projector if abnormal operations such as
smoke, strange odor, excessive sound, damaged casing or elements or cables,
penetration of liquids or foreign matter, etc. should occur. In such cases,
immediately turn off the power switch and then disconnect the power plug from
the power outlet. After making sure that the smoke or odor has stopped, contact
your dealer or service company.
Before requesting repair, please check in accordance
1. with
the following chart. This operation sometimes
resolves your problem.
If the situation cannot be corrected,
The projector’s microprocessor may need to be reset.
Please push the Shutdown switch by using a pin or
similar and the projector will be turned off immediately.
Before turning it again, wait at least 10 minutes to make the projector cool down enough.
Some setting may be wrong. Please use the FACTORY RESET function of the
SERVICE item in the OPTION menu (46) to reset all settings to factory default.
Then, if the problem is not removed after the remedy, please contact your dealer
or service company.
2.
3.
Phenomenon
Cases not involving a machine defect
The electrical power cord is not plugged in.
Correctly connect the power cord.
The power switch is not set to the on position.
Set the power switch to [ | ] (On).
Power does not
come on.
The main power source has been interrupted during
operation such as by a power outage (blackout), etc.
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to cool
down at least 2 minutes, then turn the power on again.
Reference
page
12
16
16
Either there is no lamp and/or lamp cover, or either
of these has not been properly fixed.
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to cool down
at least 45 minutes. After the projector has sufficiently cooled
down, please make confirmation of the attachment state of the
lamp and lamp cover, and then turn the power on again.
The signal cables are not correctly connected.
Correctly connect the connection cables.
Neither sounds
nor pictures are
outputted.
Signal source does not correctly work.
Correctly set up the signal source device by referring to the
manual of the source device.
The input changeover settings are mismatched.
Select the input signal, and correct the settings.
56
10
–
17, 18
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Troubleshooting
Phenomena that may be easy to be mistaken for machine defects (continued)
Phenomenon
Cases not involving a machine defect
The signal cables are not correctly connected.
Correctly connect the audio cables.
The MUTE function is working.
Sound does not
come out.
Restore the sound pressing the MUTE or VOLUME button
on the remote control.
The volume is adjusted to an extremely low level.
Adjust the volume to a higher level using the menu function
or the remote control.
The AUDIO setting is not correct.
Correctly set the items in the AUDIO menu.
The lens cap is attached.
Remove the lens cover.
The signal cables are not correctly connected.
Correctly connect the connection cables.
The brightness is adjusted to an extremely low level.
No pictures are
displayed.
Adjust BRIGHTNESS to a higher level using the menu
function or the remote control.
The computer cannot detect the projector as a plug
and play monitor.
Make sure that the computer can detect a plug and play
monitor using another plug and play monitor.
The BLANK screen is displayed.
Press the BLANK button on the remote control.
Video screen
display freezes.
The FREEZE function is working.
Press the FREEZE button to restore the screen to normal.
Color settings are not correctly adjusted.
Colors have a
faded- out
appearance, or
Color tone is
poor.
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Perform picture adjustments by changing the COLOR
TEMP, COLOR, TINT and/or COLOR SPACE settings,
using the menu functions.
COLOR SPACE setting is not suitable.
Change the COLOR SPACE setting to AUTO, RGB,
SMPTE240, REC709 or REC601.
Reference
page
10
17
17
37
4, 16
10
24, 26
11
22
21
25, 27,
31
31
Troubleshooting
Phenomena that may be easy to be mistaken for machine defects (continued)
Phenomenon
Cases not involving a machine defect
The brightness and/or contrast are adjusted to an
extremely low level.
Adjust BRIGHTNESS and/or CONTRAST settings to a
higher level using the menu function.
Pictures appear
dark.
The WHISPER function is working.
Select NORMAL for the WHISPER item in the SETUP
menu.
The lamp is approaching the end of its product
lifetime.
Replace the lamp.
Either the focus and/or horizontal phase settings are
not properly adjusted.
Pictures appear
blurry.
Adjust the focus using the focus ring, and/or H PHASE
using the menu function.
The lens is dirty or misty.
Clean the lens referring to the section “Caring for the lens”.
Pictures are
trembling.
The exhaust ventilation holes at front is blocked by
some objects.
Remove any objects from front side of the projector.
Reference
page
24, 25,
26
25, 36
56, 57
19, 30
61
4
NOTE • Although bright spots or dark spots may appear on the screen, this
is a unique characteristic of liquid crystal displays, and it does not constitute or
imply a machine defect.
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Warranty And After-Service / Specification
Warranty and after-service
If a problem occurs with the equipment, first refer to the “Troubleshooting” and run
through the suggested checks. If this does not resolve the problem, please contact your
dealer or service company. They will tell you what warranty condition is applied.
Specification
Item
Product name
Liquid
Crystal
Panel
Panel size
Specification
Liquid crystal projector
2.0 cm (0.79 type)
Drive system
TFT active matrix
Pixels
786,432 pixels (1024 horizontal x 768 vertical)
Lens
Zoom lens F=1.7 ~ 2.1 f=24 ~ 29 mm
Lamp
285W UHB
Speaker
4W x 4
Power supply
AC 100-120V/5.0A, AC220-240V/2.1A
Power consumption
460W
Temperature range
5 ~ 35°C (Operating)
Size
418 (W) x 139 (H) x 319 (D) mm
(Not including protruding parts)
* Please refer to the following figure.
Weight (mass)
7.1 kg
Ports
RGB input port
RGB1........D-sub 15pin mini x1
RGB2........D-sub 15pin mini x1
RGB output port
RGB OUT..D-sub 15pin mini x1
Digital input port
M1-D........................... M1-D x1
Video input port
Y, CB/PB, CR/PR........... RCA x3
S-VIDEO ................S-video x1
VIDEO........................Video x1
Optional
parts
Lamp
456-8943
Air filter
MU03642
Others
* Please consult your dealer.
Audio input port
AUDIO IN1........Stereo mini x1
AUDIO IN2........Stereo mini x1
AUDIO IN3.................. RCA x2
AUDIO IN4.................. RCA x2
Communication port
CONTROL........... D-sub 9pin x1
Other ports
NETWORK.....................RJ45 x1
REMOTE CONTROL
..........................Stereo mini x1
NOTE • These specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Specifications
319
Specifications (continued)
154
139
418
[unit: mm]
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Projector
8918/8943
User's Manual – Operating Guide
Technical
Example of computer signal
Resolution (H x V) H. frequency (kHz) V. frequency (Hz)
720 x 400
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
832 x 624
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1600 x 1200
1280 x 768
1400 x 1050
37.9
31.5
37.9
37.5
43.3
35.2
37.9
48.1
46.9
53.7
49.7
48.4
56.5
60.0
68.7
67.5
60.0
64.0
80.0
91.1
75.0
47.7
65.2
85.0
59.9
72.8
75.0
85.0
56.3
60.3
72.2
75.0
85.1
74.5
60.0
70.1
75.0
85.0
75.0
60.0
60.0
75.0
85.0
60.0
60.0
60.0
Rating
Signal mode
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
TEXT
VGA (60Hz)
VGA (72Hz)
VGA (75Hz)
VGA (85Hz)
SVGA (56Hz)
SVGA (60Hz)
SVGA (72Hz)
SVGA (75Hz)
SVGA (85Hz)
Mac 16” mode
XGA (60Hz)
XGA (70Hz)
XGA (75Hz)
XGA (85Hz)
1152 x 864 (75Hz)
1280 x 960 (60Hz)
SXGA (60Hz)
SXGA (75Hz)
SXGA (85Hz)
UXGA (60Hz)
W-XGA (60Hz)
SXGA+ (60Hz)
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
NOTE • Be sure to check jack type, signal level, timing and resolution
before connecting this projector to a computer.
• Some computers may have multiple display screen modes. Use of some of
these modes will not be possible with this projector.
• Depending on the input signal, full-size display may not be possible in some
cases. Refer to the number of display pixels above.
• Although the projector can display signals with resolution up to UXGA
(1600x1200), the signal will be converted to the projector’s panel resolution
before being displayed. The best display performance will be achieved if the
resolutions of the input signal and projector panel are identical.
• Automatically adjustment may not function correctly with some input signals.
• The image may not be displayed correctly when the input sync signal is a
composite sync or a sync on G.
1
Initial set signals
Initial set signals
The following signals are used for the initial settings. The signal timing of some
computer models may be different. In such case, adjust the items V POSITION
and H POSITION in the IMAGE menu.
Back porch (B)
Front porch (D)
Back porch (b)
Display interval (C)
Data
H. Sync.
Data
V. Sync.
Sync (A)
Computer/ Horizontal signal timing (μs)
Signal
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
TEXT
2.0
3.0 20.3 1.0
VGA (60Hz)
3.8
1.9 25.4 0.6
VGA (72Hz)
1.3
4.1 20.3 0.8
VGA (75Hz)
2.0
3.8 20.3 0.5
VGA (85Hz)
1.6
2.2 17.8 1.6
SVGA (56Hz) 2.0
3.6 22.2 0.7
SVGA (60Hz) 3.2
2.2 20.0 1.0
SVGA (72Hz) 2.4
1.3 16.0 1.1
SVGA (75Hz) 1.6
3.2 16.2 0.3
SVGA (85Hz) 1.1
2.7 14.2 0.6
3.9 14.5 0.6
Mac 16" mode 1.1
XGA (60Hz)
2.1
2.5 15.8 0.4
XGA (70Hz)
1.8
1.9 13.7 0.3
XGA (75Hz)
1.2
2.2 13.0 0.2
XGA (85Hz)
1.0
2.2 10.8 0.5
1152 x 864
1.2
2.4 10.7 0.6
(75Hz)
1280 x 960
1.0
2.9
11.9
0.9
(60Hz)
SXGA (60Hz) 1.0
2.3
11.9
0.4
SXGA (75Hz) 1.1
1.8
9.5
0.1
SXGA (85Hz) 1.0
1.4
8.1
0.4
UXGA (60Hz) 1.2
1.9
9.9
0.4
W-XGA (60Hz) 1.7
2.5 16.0 0.8
SXGA+ (60Hz) 1.2
2.0
11.4
0.7
Front porch (d)
Display interval (c)
Sync (a)
Computer/ Vertical signal timing (lines)
Signal
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
TEXT
3
42
400
1
VGA (60Hz)
2
33
480
10
VGA (72Hz)
3
28
480
9
VGA (75Hz)
3
16
480
1
VGA (85Hz)
3
25
480
1
SVGA (56Hz)
2
22
600
1
SVGA (60Hz)
4
23
600
1
SVGA (72Hz)
6
23
600
37
SVGA (75Hz)
3
21
600
1
SVGA (85Hz)
3
27
600
1
Mac 16" mode
3
39
624
1
XGA (60Hz)
6
29
768
3
XGA (70Hz)
6
29
768
3
XGA (75Hz)
3
28
768
1
XGA (85Hz)
3
36
768
1
1152 x 864
3
32
864
1
(75Hz)
1280 x 960
3
36
960
1
(60Hz)
SXGA(60Hz)
3
38 1024
1
SXGA (75Hz)
3
38 1024
1
SXGA (85Hz)
3
44 1024
1
UXGA (60Hz)
3
46 1200
1
W-XGA (60Hz)
3
23
768
1
SXGA+ (60Hz)
3
33 1050
1
Connection to the ports
Connection to the ports
C
A
RGB
OUT
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
RGB1
Y
VIDEO
LAN
B
D
RGB2
M1-D
CB/PB
CR/PR
S-VIDEO
R
AUDIO IN 3
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
AUDIO
OUT
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
CONTROL
A RGB IN1, B RGB IN2, C RGB OUT
AC IN
D-sub 15pin mini shrink jack
• Video signal: RGB separate, Analog, 0.7Vp-p,
75Ω terminated (positive)
• H/V. sync. Signal: TTL level (positive/negative)
• Composite sync. Signal: TTL level
I
O
11 12 13 14 15
6
7
1
8
2
9
3
10
4
5
At RGB signal
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
Pin
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Video Red
Video Green
Video Blue
(No connection)
Ground
Ground Red
Ground Green
Ground Blue
Signal
(No connection)
Ground
(No connection)
A : SDA (DDC data), B / C : (No connection)
H. sync / Composite sync.
V. sync.
A : SCL (DDC clock), B / C : (No connection)
D M1-D
• Type: T.M.D.S
• Amplitude differential: DC 150-1200mV/AC 1.56 Vp-p
• Amplitude: TTL level (positive/negative)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
T.M.D.S. Data1 +
T.M.D.S. Data1 T.M.D.S. Data1 Return
T.M.D.S. Clock +
T.M.D.S. Clock USB Data +
USB Data -
30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 2
20 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 Pin
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
T.M.D.S. Data2 +
T.M.D.S. Data2 T.M.D.S. Data2 Return
T.M.D.S. Clock Return
(No connection)
V.Sync.
(No connection)
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
T.M.D.S. Data0 +
T.M.D.S. Data0 T.M.D.S. Data0 Return
USB +5V DC Input
DDC & USB Return
DDC Data (SDA)
DDC Clock (SCL)
8
Hot Plug Detect (+5V DC Output)
18 (No connection)
28 DDC +5V DC Input
9
(No connection)
19 (No connection)
29 (No connection)
10
(No connection)
20 (No connection)
30 (No connection)
Connection to the ports (continued)
LAN
RGB
OUT
I
VIDEO
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
Y
E
F
RGB1
RGB2
G
M1-D
CB/PB
CR/PR
H
S-VIDEO
R
AUDIO IN 3
L
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
AUDIO
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
COMPONENT VIDEO E Y, F CB/PB, G CR/PR
CONTROL
AC IN
RCA jack x3
I
O
• System: 525i(480i), 525p(480p), 625i(576i), 750p(720p), 1125i(1080i)
Port
Signal
Y
Component video Y, 1.0±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator with composite
CB/PB Component video CB/PB, 0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator
CR/PR Component video CR/PR, 0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator
H S-VIDEO
Mini DIN 4pin jack
Pin
1
2
3
4
1
3
2
4
Signal
Color signal 0.286Vp-p (NTSC, burst), 75Ω terminator
Color signal 0.300Vp-p (PAL/SECAM, burst) 75Ω terminator
Brightness signal, 1.0Vp-p, 75Ω terminator
Ground
Ground
I VIDEO
RCA jack
• System: NTSC, PAL, SECAM, PAL-M, PAL-N, NTSC4.43
• 1.0±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator
Connection to the ports (continued)
LAN
J
K
RGB
OUT
VIDEO
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
S-VIDEO
RGB1
Y
L
R
AUDIO IN 3
RGB2
M1-D
CB/PB
M
L
N
O
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
R
Q
P
CR/PR
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
AUDIO
OUT
CONTROL
AC IN
J AUDIO IN 1, K AUDIO IN 2
Ø3.5 stereo mini jack
• 500 mVrms 47kΩ terminator
I
O
AUDIO IN 3 L R, M L, AUDIO IN 4 N R, O L
RCA jack x2
• 500 mVrms 47kΩ terminator
P AUDIO
OUT
Ø3.5 stereo mini jack
• 500 mVrms 1kΩ output impedance
Q REMOTE CONTROL
Ø3.5 stereo mini jack
• To be connected with the remote control that came with the projector.
R CONTROL
D-sub 9pin plug
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
• About the details of RS-232C communication, please refer to the following page.
Pin
Signal
1 (No connection)
2 RD
3 TD
Pin
Signal
4 (No connection)
5 Ground
6 (No connection)
Pin
Signal
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 (No connection)
Connection to the ports (continued)
S
RGB
OUT
RGB1
Y
VIDEO
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
LAN
RGB2
M1-D
CB/PB
CR/PR
S-VIDEO
R
AUDIO IN 3
L
R
L
AUDIO IN 4
REMOTE
CONTROL
(3.5Φ)
AUDIO
OUT
AC IN
S LAN
RJ-45 jack
1
2
3
CONTROL
4
I
5
6
7
8
Pin
Signal
1 TX+
2 TX3 RX+
O
Pin
Signal
4 5 6 RX-
Pin
7 8 -
Signal
RS-232C Communication
RS-232C Communication
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
1
9
CONTROL port
RS-232C cable (Cross)
of the projector
- (1)
(1) CD
2
6
RD (2)
TD (3)
- (4)
GND (5)
- (6)
RTS (7)
CTS (8)
- (9)
3
7
4
8
5
9
RS-232C port
of the computer
(2) RD
(3) TD
(4) DTR
(5) GND
(6) DSR
(7) RTS
(8) DTS
(9) RI
Connecting the cable
Turn off the projector and the computer.
1.
Connect the CONTROL port of the projector with a RS-232C port of
2. the computer by a RS-232C cable (cross). Use the cable that fulfills the
specification shown in the previous page.
Turn the computer on, and after the computer has started up turn the
projector on.
3.
Communications setting
19200bps, 8N1
1. Protocol
Consist of header (7 bytes) + command data (6 bytes).
2. Header
BE + EF + 03 + 06 + 00 + CRC_low + CRC_high
CRC_low : Lower byte of CRC flag for command data
CRC_high : Upper byte of CRC flag for command data
3. Command data
Command data chart
byte_0
byte_1
Action
low
high
byte_2
byte_3
Type
low
high
Action (byte_0 - 1)
Action
Classification
1
SET
2
GET
4
INCREMENT
5
DECREMENT
6
EXECUTE
byte_4
byte_5
Setting code
low
high
Content
Change setting to desired value.
Read projector internal setup value.
Increment setup value by 1.
Decrement setup value by 1.
Run a command.
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Requesting projector status (Get command)
(1) Send the request code Header + Command data (‘02H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes)+
‘00H’ +‘00H’) from the computer to the projector.
(2) The projector returns the response code ‘1DH’+ data (2 bytes) to the computer.
Changing the projector settings (Set command)
(1) Send the setting code Header + Command data (‘01H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +
setting code (2 bytes)) from the computer to the projector.
(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Using the projector default settings (Reset Command)
(1) The computer sends the default setting code Header + Command data (‘06H’+
‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) +‘00H’+‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector changes the specified setting to the default value.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Increasing the projector setting value (Increment command)
(1) The computer sends the increment code Header + Command data (‘04H’+
‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +‘00H’+‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector in creases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Decreasing the projector setting value (Decrement command)
(1) The computer sends the decrement code Header + Command data (‘05H’+
‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +‘00H’ + ‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector decreases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
When the projector cannot understand the received command
When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code ‘15H’
is sent back to the computer.
Sometimes the projector cannot properly receive the command. In such a
case, the command is not executed and the error code ‘15H’ is sent back to the
computer. If this error code is returned, send the same command again.
When the projector cannot execute the received command.
When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code ‘1CH’
+ ‘xxxxH’ is sent back to the computer. When the data length is greater than
indicated by the data length code, the projector ignore the excess data code.
Conversely when the data length is shorter than indicated by the data length
code, an error code will be returned to the computer.
NOTE • Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an undefined
command or data.
• Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.
• The projector outputs test data when the power supply is switched ON, and when the
lamp is lit. Ignore this data.
• Commands are not accepted during warm-up.
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names Power
Input Source
Operation Type
Set
Set
Error Status
BRIGHTNESS
BRIGHTNESS Reset
CONTRAST
CONTRAST Reset
PICTURE MODE
Set
GAMMA
Set
Turn off
Turn on
Get
RGB1
RGB2
M1-D
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
Get
Get
Get
Increment
Decrement
Execute
Get
Increment
Decrement
Execute
NORMAL
CINEMA
DYNAMIC
BOARD(BLACK)
BOARD(GREEN)
WHITEBOARD
Get
#1 DEFAULT
#1 CUSTOM
#2 DEFAULT
#2 CUSTOM
#3 DEFAULT
#3 CUSTOM
#4 DEFAULT
#4 CUSTOM
#5 DEFAULT
#5 CUSTOM
Get
Header
BE EF
03
03
BE EF
BE EF
03
[Example return]
00 00
[Off]
BE EF
03
BE EF
03
BE EF
03
BE EF
03
03
BE EF
BE EF
03
BE EF
03
BE EF
03
[Example return]
00 00
[Normal]
04 00
[Temp error]
08 00
[Filter error]
06 00
06 00
06 00
CRC
Action
2A D3
BA D2
19 D3
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
02 00
[On]
[Cool down]
06 00
FE D2
01 00
06 00
3E D0
01 00
06 00
0E D2
01 00
06 00
6E D3
01 00
06 00
9E D3
01 00
06 00
AE D1
01 00
06 00
CD D2
02 00
06 00
D9 D8
02 00
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
00 60
00 60
00 60
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 20
00 20
00 20
00 20
00 20
00 20
00 20
20 60
00 00
04 00
03 00
01 00
02 00
05 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
[Cover error]
[Fan error]
05 00
06 00
[Air flow error] [Lamp time error]
09 00
10 00
(Filter missing error)(Inner Sencer error)
03 00
[Lamp error]
07 00
[Cool error]
BE EF
03
06 00
89 D2
02 00
03 20
BE EF
03
06 00
EF D2
04 00
03 20
BE EF
03
06 00
3E D3
05 00
03 20
BE EF
03
06 00
58 D3
06 00
00 70
BE EF
03
06 00
FD D3
02 00
04 20
BE EF
03
06 00
9B D3
04 00
04 20
BE EF
03
06 00
4A D2
05 00
04 20
BE EF
03
06 00
A4 D2
06 00
01 70
BE EF
03
06 00
23 F6
01 00
BA 30
BE EF
03
06 00
B3 F7
01 00
BA 30
BE EF
03
06 00
E3 F4
01 00
BA 30
BE EF
03
06 00
E3 EF
01 00
BA 30
BE EF
03
06 00
73 EE
01 00
BA 30
BE EF
03
06 00
83 EE
01 00
BA 30
BE EF
03
06 00
10 F6
02 00
BA 30
[Example return]
00 00
01 00
04 00
10 00
[Normal] [Cinema] [Dynamic] [Custom]
20 00 21 00 22 00
[BOARD(BLACK) ] [BOARD(GREEN)] [WHITEBOARD]
BE EF
03
06 00
07 E9
01 00
A1 30
03
06 00
07 FD
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
03
06 00
97 E8
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
03
06 00
97 FC
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
03
06 00
67 E8
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
03
06 00
67 FC
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 E9
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 FD
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 EB
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 FF
01 00
A1 30
BE EF
BE EF
03
06 00
F4 F0
02 00
A1 30
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
04 00
20 00
21 00
22 00
00 00
20 00
10 00
21 00
11 00
22 00
12 00
23 00
13 00
24 00
14 00
00 00
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names User Gamma Pattern
Operation Type
Set
User Gamma Point 1
User Gamma Point 2
User Gamma Point 3
User Gamma Point 4
User Gamma Point 5
User Gamma Point 6
User Gamma Point 7
User Gamma Point 8
COLOR TEMP
COLOR TEMP GAIN R
COLOR TEMP GAIN G
10
Set
Header
CRC
Action
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
Off
BE EF
03
06 00
FB FA
01 00
80 30
00 00
9 step gray scale
BE EF
03
06 00
6B FB
01 00
80 30
01 00
15 steps gray scale
BE EF
03
06 00
9B FB
01 00
80 30
02 00
Ramp
BE EF
03
06 00
0B FA
01 00
80 30
03 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C8 FA
02 00
80 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
08 FE
02 00
90 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
6E FE
04 00
90 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
BF FF
05 00
90 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F4 FF
02 00
91 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
92 FF
04 00
91 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
43 FE
05 00
91 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B0 FF
02 00
92 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D6 FF
04 00
92 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
07 FE
05 00
92 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
4C FE
02 00
93 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
2A FE
04 00
93 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
FB FF
05 00
93 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
38 FF
02 00
94 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
5E FF
04 00
94 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
8F FE
05 00
94 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C4 FE
02 00
95 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
A2 FE
04 00
95 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
73 FF
05 00
95 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
80 FE
02 00
96 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
E6 FE
04 00
96 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
37 FF
05 00
96 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
7C FF
02 00
97 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
1A FF
04 00
97 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
CB FE
05 00
97 30
00 00
LOW
BE EF
03
06 00
6B F4
01 00
B0 30
01 00
MID
BE EF
03
06 00
9B F4
01 00
B0 30
02 00
HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
0B F5
01 00
B0 30
03 00
Hi-BRIGHT-1
BE EF
03
06 00
3B F2
01 00
B0 30
08 00
Hi-BRIGHT-2
BE EF
03
06 00
AB F3
01 00
B0 30
09 00
CUSTOM-LOW
BE EF
03
06 00
AB F9
01 00
B0 30
11 00
CUSTOM-MID
BE EF
03
06 00
5B F9
01 00
B0 30
12 00
CUSTOM-HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
CB F8
01 00
B0 30
13 00
CUSTOM-Hi-BRIGHT-1
BE EF
03
06 00
FB FF
01 00
B0 30
18 00
CUSTOM-Hi-BRIGHT-2
BE EF
03
06 00
6B FE
01 00
B0 30
19 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C8 F5
02 00
B0 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
34 F4
02 00
B1 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
52 F4
04 00
B1 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
83 F5
05 00
B1 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
70 F4
02 00
B2 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
16 F4
04 00
B2 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 F5
05 00
B2 30
00 00
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names Operation Type
COLOR TEMP GAIN B
COLOR TEMP
OFFSET R
COLOR TEMP
OFFSET G
COLOR TEMP
OFFSET B
COLOR
Header
CRC
Action
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
8C F5
02 00
B3 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
EA F5
04 00
B3 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
3B F4
05 00
B3 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
04 F5
02 00
B5 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
62 F5
04 00
B5 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
B3 F4
05 00
B5 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
40 F5
02 00
B6 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
26 F5
04 00
B6 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 F4
05 00
B6 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
BC F4
02 00
B7 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
DA F4
04 00
B7 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
0B F5
05 00
B7 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B5 72
02 00
02 22
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 72
04 00
02 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
02 73
05 00
02 22
00 00
COLOR Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
80 D0
06 00
0A 70
00 00
TINT
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
49 73
02 00
03 22
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
2F 73
04 00
03 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
FE 72
05 00
03 22
00 00
TINT Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
7C D1
06 00
0B 70
00 00
SHARPNESS
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F1 72
02 00
01 22
00 00
SHARPNESS Reset
MY MEMORY Load
MY MEMORY Save
PROGRESSIVE
3D-YCS
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
97 72
04 00
01 22
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
46 73
05 00
01 22
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
C4 D0
06 00
09 70
00 00
1
BE EF
03
06 00
0E D7
01 00
14 20
00 00
2
BE EF
03
06 00
9E D6
01 00
14 20
01 00
3
BE EF
03
06 00
6E D6
01 00
14 20
02 00
4
BE EF
03
06 00
FE D7
01 00
14 20
03 00
1
BE EF
03
06 00
F2 D6
01 00
15 20
00 00
2
BE EF
03
06 00
62 D7
01 00
15 20
01 00
3
BE EF
03
06 00
92 D7
01 00
15 20
02 00
4
BE EF
03
06 00
02 D6
01 00
15 20
03 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
4A 72
01 00
07 22
00 00
TV
BE EF
03
06 00
DA 73
01 00
07 22
01 00
FILM
BE EF
03
06 00
2A 73
01 00
07 22
02 00
00 00
Set
Set
Set
Set
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
79 72
02 00
07 22
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
E6 70
01 00
0A 22
00 00
MOVIE
BE EF
03
06 00
76 71
01 00
0A 22
01 00
STILL
BE EF
03
06 00
86 71
01 00
0A 22
02 00
BE EF
03
06 00
D5 70
02 00
0A 22
00 00
LOW
BE EF
03
06 00
26 72
01 00
06 22
01 00
MID
BE EF
03
06 00
D6 72
01 00
06 22
02 00
HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
46 73
01 00
06 22
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
85 73
02 00
06 22
00 00
Get
VIDEO NR
Set
Get
11
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names ASPECT
Operation Type
Set
OVER SCAN
OVER SCAN Reset
V POSITION
V POSITION Reset
H POSITION
H POSITION Reset
H PHASE
H SIZE
H SIZE Reset
AUTO ADJUST
COLOR SPACE
Set
COMPONENT
Set
C-VIDEO FORMAT
Set
S-VIDEO FORMAT
Set
12
Header
CRC
Action
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
4:3
16:9
14:9
SMALL
NORMAL
Get
Get
Increment
Decrement
Execute
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
9E D0
0E D1
CE D6
FE D1
5E DD
AD D0
91 70
F7 70
26 71
EC D9
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
08 20
08 20
08 20
08 20
08 20
08 20
09 22
09 22
09 22
27 70
00 00
01 00
09 00
02 00
10 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
Get
Increment
Decrement
Execute
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
0D 83
6B 83
BA 82
E0 D2
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
00 21
00 21
00 21
02 70
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
Get
Increment
Decrement
Execute
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
F1 82
97 82
46 83
1C D3
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
01 21
01 21
01 21
03 70
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
Get
Increment
Decrement
Get
Increment
Decrement
Execute
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
49 83
2F 83
FE 82
B5 82
D3 82
02 83
68 D2
02 00
04 00
05 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
03 21
03 21
03 21
02 21
02 21
02 21
04 70
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
91 D0
06 00
0A 20
00 00
AUTO
RGB
SMPTE240
REC709
REC601
Get
COMPONENT
SCART RGB
Get
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
NTSC4.43
M-PAL
N-PAL
Get
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
NTSC4.43
M-PAL
N-PAL
Get
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
0E 72
9E 73
6E 73
FE 72
CE 70
3D 72
4A D7
DA D6
79 D7
A2 70
C2 74
52 75
52 70
62 77
C2 71
32 74
31 76
E6 70
86 74
16 75
16 70
26 77
86 71
76 74
75 76
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
04 22
04 22
04 22
04 22
04 22
04 22
17 20
17 20
17 20
11 22
11 22
11 22
11 22
11 22
11 22
11 22
11 22
12 22
12 22
12 22
12 22
12 22
12 22
12 22
12 22
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
04 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
0A 00
04 00
05 00
09 00
02 00
08 00
07 00
00 00
0A 00
04 00
05 00
09 00
02 00
08 00
07 00
00 00
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names Operation Type
M1-D
Set
RGB 1
Set
RGB 2
Set
FRAME LOCK
Set
KEYSTONE V
KEYSTONE V Reset
KEYSTONE H
KEYSTONE H Reset
ACTIVE IRIS
Set
WHISPER
Set
MIRROR
Set
VOLUME-RGB1
VOLUME-RGB2
VOLUME-M1-D
VOLUME-Video
VOLUME-S-Video
Header
CRC
Action
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
NORMAL
ENHANCED
Get
SYNC ON G OFF
SYNC ON G ON
Get
SYNC ON G OFF
SYNC ON G ON
Get
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
3E D9
AE D8
0D D9
5E D7
CE D6
0D D6
A2 D6
32 D7
F1 D7
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
20 20
20 20
20 20
10 20
10 20
10 20
11 20
11 20
11 20
00 00
01 00
00 00
02 00
03 00
00 00
02 00
03 00
00 00
TURN OFF
TURN ON
Get
Get
Increment
Decrement
Execute
Get
Increment
Decrement
Execute
TURN OFF
THEATER
PRESENTATION
Get
NORMAL
WHISPER
Get
NORMAL
H:INVERT
V:INVERT
H&V:INVERT
Get
Get
Increment
Decrement
Get
Increment
Decrement
Get
Increment
Decrement
Get
Increment
Decrement
Get
Increment
Decrement
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
CB D6
5B D7
F8 D6
B9 D3
DF D3
0E D2
08 D0
E9 D0
8F D0
5E D1
98 D8
0B 22
CB SF
5B 2E
38 22
3B 23
AB 22
08 23
C7 D2
57 D3
A7 D3
37 D2
F4 D2
CD CC
AB CC
7A CD
FD CD
9B CD
4A CC
89 CC
EF CC
3E CD
31 CD
57 CD
86 CC
75 CD
13 CD
C2 CC
01 00
01 00
02 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
06 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
02 00
04 00
05 00
14 30
14 30
14 30
07 20
07 20
07 20
0C 70
0B 20
0B 20
0B 20
20 70
04 33
04 33
04 33
04 33
00 33
00 33
00 33
01 30
01 30
01 30
01 30
01 30
60 20
60 20
60 20
64 20
64 20
64 20
63 20
63 20
63 20
61 20
61 20
61 20
62 20
62 20
62 20
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
10 00
11 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
00 00
13
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names Operation Type
VOLUME-Component
TREBLE-RGB1
TREBLE-RGB2
TREBLE-M1-D
TREBLE-Video
TREBLE-S-Video
TREBLE-Component
BASS-RGB1
BASS-RGB2
BASS-M1-D
BASS-Video
BASS-S-Video
BASS-Component
SRS WOW
RGB1
Set
CRC
Action
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
01 CC
02 00
65 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
67 CC
04 00
65 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
B6 CD
05 00
65 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
0D C8
02 00
70 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
6B C8
04 00
70 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
BA C9
05 00
70 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
3D C9
02 00
74 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
5B C9
04 00
74 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
8A C8
05 00
74 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
49 C8
02 00
73 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
2F C8
04 00
73 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
FE C9
05 00
73 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F1 C9
02 00
71 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
97 C9
04 00
71 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
46 C8
05 00
71 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B5 C9
02 00
72 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 C9
04 00
72 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
02 C8
05 00
72 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C1 C8
02 00
75 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 C8
04 00
75 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
76 C9
05 00
75 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
0D FB
02 00
80 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
6B FB
04 00
80 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
BA FA
05 00
80 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
3D FA
02 00
84 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
5B FA
04 00
84 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
8A FB
05 00
84 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
49 FB
02 00
83 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
2F FB
04 00
83 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
FE FA
05 00
83 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F1 FA
02 00
81 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
97 FA
04 00
81 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
46 FB
05 00
81 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B5 FA
02 00
82 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
D3 FA
04 00
82 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
02 FB
05 00
82 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C1 FB
02 00
85 20
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 FB
04 00
85 20
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
76 FA
05 00
85 20
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
FE FF
01 00
90 20
00 00
MID
BE EF
03
06 00
9E FE
01 00
90 20
02 00
HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
0E FF
01 00
90 20
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
CD FF
02 00
90 20
00 00
Get
14
Header
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names SRS WOW
RGB2
Operation Type
Set
Set
Set
Set
BE EF
03
06 00
CE FE
01 00
94 20
00 00
03
06 00
AE FF
01 00
94 20
02 00
HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
3E FF
01 00
94 20
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
FD FE
02 00
94 20
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
BA FF
01 00
93 20
00 00
MID
BE EF
03
06 00
DA FE
01 00
93 20
02 00
HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
4A FF
01 00
93 20
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
89 FF
02 00
93 20
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
02 FE
01 00
91 20
00 00
MID
BE EF
03
06 00
62 FF
01 00
91 20
02 00
HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
F2 FE
01 00
91 20
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
31 FE
02 00
91 20
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
46 FE
01 00
92 20
00 00
MID
BE EF
03
06 00
26 FF
01 00
92 20
02 00
HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
B6 FE
01 00
92 20
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
75 FE
02 00
92 20
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
32 FF
01 00
95 20
00 00
MID
BE EF
03
06 00
52 FE
01 00
95 20
02 00
HIGH
BE EF
03
06 00
C2 FF
01 00
95 20
03 00
BE EF
03
06 00
01 FF
02 00
95 20
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
46 D3
01 00
02 20
00 00
TURN ON
BE EF
03
06 00
D6 D2
01 00
02 20
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
75 D3
02 00
02 20
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
6E D5
01 00
1C 20
00 00
TURN ON
BE EF
03
06 00
FE D4
01 00
1C 20
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
5D D5
02 00
1C 20
00 00
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
FE DD
6E DC
9E DC
0E DD
3E DF
CD DD
CE DC
5E DD
AE DD
3E DC
0E DE
FD DC
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
30 20
30 20
30 20
30 20
30 20
30 20
34 20
34 20
34 20
34 20
34 20
34 20
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
04 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
04 00
00 00
Get
SRS WOW
Component
Set
Get
MUTE
SPEAKER
Set
Set
AUDIO - RGB1
Set
AUDIO - RGB2
Set
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
BE EF
Get
SRS WOW
S-Video
Action
MID
Get
SRS WOW
Video
CRC
TURN OFF
Get
SRS WOW
M1-D
Header
TURN OFF
Audio1
Audio2
Audio3
Audio4
Get
TURN OFF
Audio1
Audio2
Audio3
Audio4
Get
15
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names Operation Type
AUDIO - M1-D
Set
AUDIO - Video
Set
AUDIO - S-Video
Set
AUDIO - Component
Set
IR REMOTE Front
Set
IR REMOTE Rear
Set
IR REMOTE Top
Set
IR REMOTE FREQ.
NORMAL
Set
IR REMOTE FREQ.
HIGH
Set
16
TURN OFF
Audio1
Audio2
Audio3
Audio4
Get
TURN OFF
Audio1
Audio2
Audio3
Audio4
Get
TURN OFF
Audio1
Audio2
Audio3
Audio4
Get
TURN OFF
Audio1
Audio2
Audio3
Audio4
Get
Off
On
Get
Off
On
Get
Off
On
Get
Off
On
Get
Off
On
Get
Header
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
BE EF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
06 00
CRC
Action
BA DD
2A DC
DA DC
4A DD
7A DF
89 DD
02 DC
92 DD
62 DD
F2 DC
C2 DE
31 DC
46 DC
D6 DD
26 DD
B6 DC
86 DE
75 DC
32 DD
A2 DC
52 DC
C2 DD
F2 DF
01 DD
FF 32
6F 33
CC 32
03 33
93 32
30 33
47 33
D7 32
74 33
FF 3D
6F 3C
CC 3D
03 3C
93 3D
30 3C
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
01 00
01 00
02 00
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
33 20
33 20
33 20
33 20
33 20
33 20
31 20
31 20
31 20
31 20
31 20
31 20
32 20
32 20
32 20
32 20
32 20
32 20
35 20
35 20
35 20
35 20
35 20
35 20
00 26
00 26
00 26
01 26
01 26
01 26
02 26
02 26
02 26
30 26
30 26
30 26
31 26
31 26
31 26
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
04 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
04 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
04 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
02 00
03 00
04 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
00 00
01 00
00 00
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names LANGUAGE
Operation Type
Set
MENU POSITION H
MENU POSITION H
Reset
MENU POSITION V
MENU POSITION V
Reset
BLANK
BLANK On/Off
START UP
My Screen LOCK
MESSAGE
Set
Set
Set
Set
Set
Header
CRC
Action
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
ENGLISH
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 D3
01 00
05 30
00 00
FRANÇAIS
BE EF
03
06 00
67 D2
01 00
05 30
01 00
DEUTSCH
BE EF
03
06 00
97 D2
01 00
05 30
02 00
ESPAÑOL
BE EF
03
06 00
07 D3
01 00
05 30
03 00
ITALIANO
BE EF
03
06 00
37 D1
01 00
05 30
04 00
NORSK
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 D0
01 00
05 30
05 00
NEDERLANDS
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D0
01 00
05 30
06 00
PORTUGUÊS
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 D1
01 00
05 30
07 00
BE EF
03
06 00
37 D4
01 00
05 30
08 00
BE EF
03
06 00
A7 D5
01 00
05 30
09 00
BE EF
03
06 00
37 DE
01 00
05 30
10 00
BE EF
03
06 00
57 D5
01 00
05 30
0A 00
SVENSKA
BE EF
03
06 00
C7 D4
01 00
05 30
0B 00
PУCCKИЙ
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 D6
01 00
05 30
0C 00
SUOMI
BE EF
03
06 00
67 D7
01 00
05 30
0D 00
POLSKI
BE EF
03
06 00
97 D7
01 00
05 30
0E 00
TÜRKÇE
BE EF
03
06 00
07 D6
01 00
05 30
0F 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C4 D3
02 00
05 30
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
04 D7
02 00
15 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
62 D7
04 00
15 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
B3 D6
05 00
15 30
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
DC C6
06 00
43 70
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
40 D7
02 00
16 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
26 D7
04 00
16 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
F7 D6
05 00
16 30
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
A8 C7
06 00
44 70
00 00
My Screen
BE EF
03
06 00
FB CA
01 00
00 30
20 00
ORIGINAL
BE EF
03
06 00
FB E2
01 00
00 30
40 00
BLUE
BE EF
03
06 00
CB D3
01 00
00 30
03 00
WHITE
BE EF
03
06 00
6B D0
01 00
00 30
05 00
BLACK
BE EF
03
06 00
9B D0
01 00
00 30
06 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
08 D3
02 00
00 30
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
FB D8
01 00
20 30
00 00
TURN ON
BE EF
03
06 00
6B D9
01 00
20 30
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C8 D8
02 00
20 30
00 00
My Screen
BE EF
03
06 00
CB CB
01 00
04 30
20 00
ORIGINAL
BE EF
03
06 00
0B D2
01 00
04 30
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
9B D3
01 00
04 30
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
38 D2
02 00
04 30
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
3B EF
01 00
C0 30
00 00
TURN ON
BE EF
03
06 00
AB EE
01 00
C0 30
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
08 EF
02 00
C0 30
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
8F D6
01 00
17 30
00 00
TURN ON
BE EF
03
06 00
1F D7
01 00
17 30
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
BC D6
02 00
17 30
00 00
17
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names AUTO SEARCH
Operation Type
Set
AUTO OFF
AUTO ON
Set
Header
CRC
Action
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
B6 D6
01 00
16 20
00 00
TURN ON
BE EF
03
06 00
26 D7
01 00
16 20
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
85 D6
02 00
16 20
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
08 86
02 00
10 31
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
6E 86
04 00
10 31
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
BF 87
05 00
10 31
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
3B 89
01 00
20 31
00 00
TURN ON
BE EF
03
06 00
AB 88
01 00
20 31
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
08 89
02 00
20 31
00 00
LAMP TIME
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C2 FF
02 00
90 10
00 00
LAMP TIME Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
58 DC
06 00
30 70
00 00
FILTER TIME
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
C2 F0
02 00
A0 10
00 00
FILER TIME Reset
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
98 C6
06 00
40 70
00 00
Execute
BE EF
03
06 00
E5 D1
06 00
0D 20
00 00
TURN OFF
BE EF
03
06 00
EA D1
01 00
0F 20
00 00
TURN ON
BE EF
03
06 00
7A D0
01 00
0F 20
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
D9 D1
02 00
0F 20
00 00
BE EF
03
06 00
3A 33
01 00
00 36
00 00
RGB2
BE EF
03
06 00
FA 31
01 00
00 36
04 00
M1-D
BE EF
03
06 00
CA 33
01 00
00 36
03 00
COMPONENT
BE EF
03
06 00
6A 30
01 00
00 36
05 00
S-VIDEO
BE EF
03
06 00
5A 32
01 00
00 36
02 00
VIDEO
BE EF
03
06 00
AA 32
01 00
00 36
01 00
INFORMATION
BE EF
03
06 00
FA 3E
01 00
00 36
10 00
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
MY MEMORY
BE EF
03
06 00
6A 3F
01 00
00 36
11 00
BE EF
03
06 00
9A 3F
01 00
00 36
12 00
PICTURE MODE
BE EF
03
06 00
0A 3E
01 00
00 36
13 00
FILTER RESET
BE EF
03
06 00
3A 3C
01 00
00 36
14 00
ACTIVE IRIS
BE EF
03
06 00
AA 3D
01 00
00 36
15 00
16 00
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
AUTO KEYSTONE
MY BUTTON-1
18
Set
Set
RGB1
e-SHOT
BE EF
03
06 00
5A 3D
01 00
00 36
VOLUME +
BE EF
03
06 00
CA 3C
01 00
00 36
17 00
VOLUME -
BE EF
03
06 00
3A 39
01 00
00 36
18 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
09 33
02 00
00 36
00 00
RS-232C Communication (continued)
Names MY BUTTON-2
Operation Type
Set
MAGNIFY
FREEZE
Set
Header
CRC
Action
Command Data
Type
Setting Code
RGB1
BE EF
03
06 00
C6 32
01 00
01 36
00 00
RGB2
BE EF
03
06 00
06 30
01 00
01 36
04 00
M1-D
BE EF
03
06 00
36 32
01 00
01 36
03 00
COMPONENT
BE EF
03
06 00
96 31
01 00
01 36
05 00
S-VIDEO
BE EF
03
06 00
A6 33
01 00
01 36
02 00
VIDEO
BE EF
03
06 00
56 33
01 00
01 36
01 00
INFORMATION
BE EF
03
06 00
06 3F
01 00
01 36
10 00
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
MY MEMORY
BE EF
03
06 00
96 3E
01 00
01 36
11 00
BE EF
03
06 00
66 3E
01 00
01 36
12 00
PICTURE MODE
BE EF
03
06 00
F6 3F
01 00
01 36
13 00
FILTER RESET
BE EF
03
06 00
C6 3D
01 00
01 36
14 00
ACTIVE IRIS
BE EF
03
06 00
56 3C
01 00
01 36
15 00
e-SHOT
BE EF
03
06 00
A6 3C
01 00
01 36
16 00
VOLUME +
BE EF
03
06 00
36 3D
01 00
01 36
17 00
VOLUME -
BE EF
03
06 00
C6 38
01 00
01 36
18 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
F5 32
02 00
01 36
00 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
7C D2
02 00
07 30
00 00
Increment
BE EF
03
06 00
1A D2
04 00
07 30
00 00
Decrement
BE EF
03
06 00
CB D3
05 00
07 30
00 00
NORMAL
BE EF
03
06 00
83 D2
01 00
02 30
00 00
FREEZE
BE EF
03
06 00
13 D3
01 00
02 30
01 00
Get
BE EF
03
06 00
B0 D2
02 00
02 30
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Projector
8918/8943
User’s Manual – Network Functions
This manual is only intended to explain Network Functions.
For safety, operations or any other issues, refer to the all user's manual for this
projector.
WARNING • Before using the network functions, read the all the manual
sections for this projector carefully to ensure your projector is set up correctly.
• After reading, keep the manuals in a safe place for future reference.
NOTE • The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
• The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in
this manual.
• The reproduction, transfer or copy of all or any part of this document is not
permitted without express written consent.
Trademark acknowledgment
• Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
• Netscape is a registered trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation.
• JavaScript is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
Contents

Network Functions................................................................... 2
Settings .................................................................................... 6
Projector Control.................................................................... 22
Failure & Warning Alerts via E-mail....................................... 26
Projector Management via SNMP........................................... 28
Controlling the Projector via Scheduling............................... 29
e-SHOT(Still Image Transfer) Display.................................... 32
Command Control via the Network........................................ 34
Network Functions
Network Functions
This projector is equipped with the following network functions.
Configuring and Controlling the Projector via a Web Browser
You can change the settings of or control the projector via a network by using a
web browser from a PC that is connected to the same network.
(4)
Failure & Warning Alerts via E-mail
The projector can automatically send an alert to specified e-mail addresses when
the projector requires maintenance or has encountered an error.
(26)
Projector Management via SNMP
This projector is SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) compliant,
allowing you to monitor it from a remote location using SNMP software. In
addition, the projector is able to send failure & warning alerts to a specified PC.
(28)
Controlling the Projector via Scheduling
You can schedule the projector to perform various functions according to the
DATE and TIME.
(29)
Still Image Transfer
The projector can display still images that are transferred via the network.
(32)
Projector Control via RS-232C via the Network
The projector can be controlled using RS-232C commands over a network.
(34)
Network Functions
Before using the network functions…
To use the network functions of this projector, the projector must be configured to
suit your network. Consult with your network administrator before connecting the
projector to your network. Incorrect network configuration of this projector may
cause problems on your network.
Connect to the Gateway (The router/PC that forwards traffic to a destination
outside of the subnet of the transmitting device) from the network terminal on the
projector using a CAT-5 cable and configure the following settings.
If using a network with DHCP enabled:
The projector’s network settings can be configured automatically. when [DHCP]
on the network menu is set to [TURN ON]. Please refer to DHCP in network
menu. ( Operating Guide : NETWORK Menu) If a fixed / static IP address is required,
please configure your projector according to the steps in the following section.
If using a network system that does not have DHCP enabled or if
using a fixed IP address on a network system equipped with DHCP
enabled:
Configure the following settings on the network menu.
( Operating Guide : NETWORK Menu)
1. [DHCP]: Disable DHCP (Set [DHCP] to [TURN OFF]).
ADDRESS]: Enter an appropriate IP address for the projector to connect
2. [toIPyour
network.
SUBNET MASK]: Enter an appropriate SUBNETMASK for the projector to
3. [connect
to your network.
DEFAULT GATEWAY]: Enter an appropriate Gateway (the router/PC that
4. [forwards
traffic to a destination outside of the subnet of the transmitting
device) address for the projector to connect to your network.
Network Functions
Configuring and controlling the projector via a web browser
You can adjust or control the projector via a network from a web browser on a PC
that is connected to the same network.
NOTE • Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher or Netscape 6.2 or higher are required.
• If JavaScript is disabled in your web browser configuration, you must enable
JavaScript in order to use the projector web pages properly. See the Help files
for your web browser for details on how to enable JavaScript.
• This projector is SSL (Secure Socket Layer) compliant. Please specify “https://”
when the entering the projector address.
• If no operations are performed via a web browser for approx. 50 seconds the
system will automatically log off. Please Re-log on to continue operations via a
web browser.
• After you logon, a small, blank window will appear behind the main operation
window. Please do not close this small, blank window. If this window is closed,
the system will automatically log off after certain period of time even if an
operation is being performed.
The small, blank window will close when the main operation window is closed.
• The small, blank window may be considered a pop-up and be blocked if you
are using Windows XP Service Pack 2, or using other security software.
If Service Pack 2 blocks the window the following message will appear:
"Pop-up blocked. To see this pop-up or additional options click here..."
Please select "Temporarily Allow Pop-ups" or "Always Allow Pop-ups From This
Site..." to allow the window to open.
• It is recommended that all web browser updates be installed. It is especially
recommended that all users running Internet Explorer on a Microsoft Windows
version prior to Windows XP Service Pack 2 install security update Q832894
(MS04-004) or the web browser interface may not be displayed correctly.
And when using an older version of Internet Explorer, during operations the
browser will log out after 50 seconds.
Network Functions
Configuring and controlling the projector via a web browser (Continued)
When configuring or controlling the projector via a web browser, an ID and
password are required. There are two types of IDs, Administrator IDs and User
IDs. The following chart describes the differences between user and administrator
IDs.
Item
Description
Displays the projector’s current
Network Information
network configuration settings.
Administrator ID User ID
√
√
Network Settings
Displays and configures network
settings.
√
N/A
Port Settings
Displays and configures
communication port settings.
√
N/A
Mail Settings
Displays and configures e-mail
addressing settings.
√
N/A
Alert Settings
Displays and configures failure &
warning alerts.
√
N/A
Schedule Settings
Displays and configures schedule
settings.
√
N/A
Date/Time Settings
Displays and configures the date and
time settings.
√
N/A
Security Settings
Displays and configures passwords
and other security settings.
√
N/A
Projector Control
Controls the projector.
√
√
Projector Status
Displays and configures the current
projector status.
√
√
Network Restart
Restarts the projector’s network
connection.
√
N/A
Below are the factory default settings for administrator IDs, user IDs and
passwords.
Item
Administrator ID
User ID
ID
Password
Administrator
<blank>
User
<blank>
Settings
Settings
Refer to the following for configuring or controlling the projector via a web browser.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter
[https://192.168.1.10] into the
address bar of the web browser and
the screen in Fig. 1 will be displayed.
2) Enter your ID and password and click
[Logon].
Fig. 1
If the logon is successful either the Fig.2 or Fig.3 screen will be displayed.
Fig. 2 (Logon with administrator ID)
Fig. 3 (Logon with user ID)
3) Click the desired operation or configuration item on the main menu located on
the left-hand side of the screen (Fig. 2 or Fig. 3).
Settings
Network Information
All screen images displayed in this manual are
screens of a logon using an administrator ID.
Any administrator only functions will not be
displayed when using a user ID. Refer to the
descriptions in each table.
Displays the projector’s current network configuration settings.
Item
Description
DHCP
Displays the DHCP configuration settings.
IP Address
Displays the current IP address.
Subnet Mask
Displays the Subnet Mask.
Default Gateway
Displays the Default Gateway.
MAC Address
Displays the MAC address.
Firmware Date
Displays the network firmware time stamp. This information is only
displayed when logged on using an administrator ID.
Firmware Version
Displays the network firmware version number. This information is
only displayed when logged on using an administrator ID.
Settings
Network Settings
Displays and configures network settings.
Item
IP Configuration
Description
Configures network settings.
DHCP ON
Enables DHCP.
DHCP OFF
Disables DHCP.
IP Address
Configures the IP address when DHCP is disabled.
Subnet Mask
Configures the Subnet Mask when DHCP is disabled.
Default Gateway
Configures the Default Gateway when DHCP is disabled.
Projector Name
Configures the Projector name.
SysLocation
Configures the location to be referred to when using SNMP.
SysContact
Configures the contact information to be referred to when
using SNMP.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network connection. When the configuration settings are changed, you must
restart the network connection. You can restart the network connection by
clicking [Network Restart] on the main menu.
• If you connect the projector to an existing network, consult a network
administrator before setting server addresses.
Settings
Port Settings
Displays and configures communication port settings.
Item
Network Control Port1
(Port:23)
Description
Configures command control port 1 (Port:23).
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use port 23.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box when authentication is required
for this port.
Network Control Port2
(Port:9715)
Configures command control port 2 (Port:9715).
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use port 9715.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box when authentication is required
for this port.
Image Transfer Port
(Port:9716)
Configures the image transfer port (Port:9716).
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use port 9716.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box when authentication is required
for this port.
SNMP Port
Configures the SNMP port.
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use SNMP.
Trap address
Configures the destination of the SNMP Trap in IP format.
SMTP Port
Port open
Configures the SMTP port.
Click the [Enable] check box to use the e-mail function.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network connection. The network connection must be restarted when the
configuration settings are changed. The network connection can be restarted
using [Network Restart] on the main menu.dresses.
Settings
Mail Settings
Displays and configures e-mail addressing settings.
Item
Description
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to use the e-mail function.
Configure the conditions for sending email under [Alert
Settings].
SMTP Server IP Address
Configures the address of the mail server in IP format.
Sender E-mail address
Configures the sender e-mail address.
The length of the sender e-mail address can be up to 255
alphanumeric characters.
Recipient E-mail address
Configures the e-mail address of up to five recipients. You
can also specify [TO] or [CC] for each address. The length of
the recipient e-mail address can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • You can confirm whether the mail settings work correctly using the
[Send Test Mail] button.
• If you connect the projector to an existing network, consult a network
administrator before setting server addresses.
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Settings
Alert Settings
Displays and configures failure & warning alerts.
Item
Cover Error
Description
Configures Cover Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Fan Error
Configures Fan Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e- mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
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Settings
Alert Settings (Continued)
Item
Lamp Error
Configures Lamp Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Temp Error
Configures Temp Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Air Flow Error
12
Description
Configures Air Flow Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Settings
Alert Settings (Continued)
Item
Lamp Time Error
Description
Configures Lamp Time Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Cool Error
Configures Cool Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Filter Error
Configures Filter Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
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Settings
Alert Settings (Continued)
Item
Other Error
Description
Configures Other Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Schedule Execution Error Configures Schedule Execution Error alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Lamp Time Alarm
14
Configures Lamp Time Alarm alert settings.
Alarm Time
Configures the lamp time to alert.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters.
Settings
Alert Settings (Continued)
Item
Filter Time Alarm
Description
Configures Filter Time Alarm alert settings.
Alarm Time
Configures the filter time to alert.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric characters.
Transition Detector Alarm Configures Transition Detector Alarm alert settings.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric characters.
“CHANGE THE LAMP” is Configures alert settings for when “CHANGE THE LAMP” is
displayed
displayed.
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts for this
item.
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric characters.
Cold Start
SNMP Trap
Authentication Failure
SNMP Trap
Configures Cold Start alert settings.
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Configures Authentication Failure alert settings.
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts for
this item.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
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Settings
Schedule Settings
Displays and configures schedule settings.
Item
Daily
Configures the daily schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable daily scheduling.
Schedule List
Displays the current daily schedule.
Sunday
Configures the Sunday schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable Sunday scheduling.
Schedule List
Displays the current Sunday schedule.
Monday
Configures the Monday schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable Monday scheduling.
Schedule List
Displays the current Monday schedule.
Tuesday
Configures the Tuesday schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable Tuesday scheduling.
Schedule List
Displays the current Tuesday schedule.
Wednesday
Configures the Wednesday schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable Wednesday scheduling.
Schedule List
Displays the current Wednesday schedule.
Thursday
Configures the Thursday schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable Thursday scheduling.
Schedule List
Displays the current Thursday schedule.
Friday
Configures the Friday schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable Friday scheduling.
Schedule List
Displays the current Friday schedule.
Saturday
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Description
Configures the Saturday schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable Saturday scheduling.
Schedule List
Displays the current Saturday schedule.
Settings
Schedule Setting (Continued)
Item
Specific date No1
Description
Configures the specific date (No.1) schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable specific date (No.1)
scheduling.
Month/Day
Configures the Month and date.
Schedule List
Displays the current specific date (No.1) schedule.
Specific date No.2
Configures the specific date (No.2) schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable specific date (No.2)
scheduling.
Month/Day
Configures the Month and date.
Schedule List
Displays the current specific date (No.2) schedule.
Specific date No.3
Configures the specific date (No.3) schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable specific date (No.3)
scheduling.
Month/Day
Configures the Month and date.
Schedule List
Displays the current specific date (No.3) schedule.
Specific date No.4
Configures the specific date (No.4) schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable specific date (No.4)
scheduling.
Month/Day
Configures the Month and date.
Schedule List
Displays the current specific date (No.4) schedule.
Specific date No.5
Configures the specific date (No.5) schedule.
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable specific date (No.5)
scheduling.
Month/Day
Set the Month and date.
Schedule List
Displays the current specific date (No.5) schedule.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
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Settings
Schedule Setting (Continued)
To add additional functions and events click the [Add] button and set the following
items.
Item
Description
Time
Configures the time to execute commands.
Command
Configures the commands to be executed.
Power Parameter
Configures the parameters for power control.
Input Source
Parameter
Configures the parameters for input switching.
Display Image
Parameter
Configures the parameters for display of transfer image data.
Click the [Register] button to add new commands to the Schedule List.
Click the [Delete] button to delete commands from the Schedule list.
Date/Time Settings
Displays and configures the date and time settings.
Item
Description
Current Date
Configures the current date in Year/Month/Day format.
Current Time
Configures the current time in Hour:Minute:Second format.
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Settings
Date/Time Settings (Continued)
Item
Daylight Savings Time
Start
Description
Click the [ON] check box to enable daylight savings time and
set the following items.
Configures the date and time daylight savings time begins.
Month
Configures the month daylight savings time begins (1~12).
Week
Configures the week of the month daylight savings time
begins (First, 2, 3, 4, Last).
Day
Configures the day of the week daylight savings time begins
(Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat).
Hour
Configures the hour daylight savings time begins (0 ~ 23).
Minute
Configures the minute daylight savings time begins (0 ~ 59).
End
Configures the date and time daylight savings time ends.
Month
Configures the month daylight savings time ends (1 ~ 12).
Week
Configures the week of the month daylight savings time ends
(First, 2, 3, 4, Last).
Day
Configures the day of the week daylight savings time ends
(Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat).
Hour
Configures the hour daylight savings time ends (0 ~ 23).
Minute
Configures the minute daylight savings time ends (0 ~ 59).
Time difference
Configures the time difference (hours:minutes).
Set the same time difference as the one set on your PC. If
unsure, consult your network administrator.
SNTP
Click the [ON] check box to retrieve Date and Time
information from the SNTP server and set the following items.
SNTP Server IP Address Configures the SNTP server address in IP format.
Cycle
Configures the interval at which to retrieve Date and Time
information from the SNTP server. (hours:minutes).
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the network connection.
The network connection must be restarted when the configuration settings are changed, The
network connection can be restarted using [Network Restart] on the main menu.
• If you connect the projector to an existing network, consult a network
administrator before setting server addresses.
• To enable the SNTP function, the time difference must be set.
• The projector will retrieve DATE and TIME information from the Timeserver
and override time settings when SNTP is enabled.
• The Internal Clock’s time may not remain accurate. Using SNTP is
recommended to maintain accurate time.
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Settings
Security Settings
Displays and configures passwords and other security settings.
Item
Administrator authority
Description
Configures the Administrator ID and Password.
Administrator ID
Configures the Administrator ID.
The length of the text can be up to 32 alphanumeric
characters.
Administrator
Password
Configures the Administrator Password.
The length of the text can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Re-enter Administrator
Re-enter the above password for verification.
Password
User authority
20
Configures the User ID and Password.
User ID
Configures the User ID.
The length of the text can be up to 32 alphanumeric
characters.
User Password
Configures the User Password.
The length of the text can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Re-enter User
Password
Used to re-enter the above password for verification.
Settings
Security Settings (Continued)
Item
Network Control
Authentication
Password
Description
Configures the Authentication Password for the command
control.
Configures the Authentication Password.
The length of the text can be up to 16 alphanumeric
characters.
Re-enter Authentication
Used to re-enter the above password for verification.
Password
SNMP
Community Name
Configures the community name if SNMP is used.
Configures the community name.
The length of the text can be up to 64 alphanumeric
characters.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network connection. The network connection must be restarted when the
configuration settings are changed. The network connection can be restarted
using [Network Restart] on the main menu.
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Projector Control
Projector Control
Projector Control
The items shown in the table below can be
performed using the [Projector Control] menu.
Select an item using the up and down arrow keys
on the PC.
Most of the items have a submenu.
Refer to the table below for details.
Controls the projector.
Item
Description
Main
Power
Turns the power On/Off.
Input Source
Selects the input source.
Picture Mode
Selects the Picture Mode setting.
Blank On/Off
Turns Blank On/Off.
Mute
Turns Mute On/Off.
Freeze
Selects the Freeze setting.
Magnify
Controls the Magnify setting.
Picture
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Brightness
Adjusts the Brightness setting.
Contrast
Adjusts the Contrast setting.
Gamma
Selects the Gamma setting.
Color Temp
Selects the Color Temp setting.
Color
Adjusts the Color setting.
Tint
Adjusts the Tint setting.
Sharpness
Adjusts the Sharpness setting.
Active Iris
Selects the Active Iris setting.
MyMemory Recall
Recalls the MyMemory data.
MyMemory Save
Saves the MyMemory data.
Projector Control
Projector Control (Continued)
Item
Description
Image
Aspect
Selects the Aspect setting.
Over Scan
Selects the Over Scan setting.
V Position
Adjusts the V Position.
H Position
Adjusts the H Position.
H Phase
Adjusts the H Phase.
H Size
Adjusts the H Size.
Auto Adjust
Performs Auto Adjustment.
Input
Progressive
Selects the progressive setting.
Video NR
Selects the Video NR setting.
3D-YCS
Selects the 3D-YCS setting.
Color Space
Selects the Color Space.
Component
Selects the Component terminal setting.
C-Video Format
Selects the Video Format setting.
S-Video Format
Selects the S-Video Format setting.
M1-D
Selects the M1-D setting.
Frame Lock
Turns Frame Lock On/Off.
RGB in-1
Selects the RGB1 input signal type.
RGB in-2
Selects the RGB2 input signal type.
Setup
Aoto Keystone Execute Performs the Automatic keystone distortion correction.
Keystone V
Adjusts the Vertical Keystone setting.
Keystone H
Adjusts the Horizontal Keystone setting.
Whisper
Selects the Fan speed. (Normal or Whisper)
Mirror
Selects the Mirror status.
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Projector Control
Projector Control (Continued)
Item
Description
Audio
Volume
Adjusts the Volume setting.
Treble
Adjusts the Treble setting.
Bass
Adjusts the Bass setting.
SRS WOW
Selects the SRS WOW setting.
Speaker
Turns Speaker On/Off.
Audio-RGB1
Assigns the Audio-RGB1 input terminal.
Audio-RGB2
Assigns the Audio-RGB2 input terminal.
Audio-M1-D
Assigns the Audio-M1-D input terminal.
Audio-Video
Assigns the Audio-Video input terminal.
Audio-S-Video
Assigns the Audio-S-Video input terminal.
Audio-Component
Assigns the Audio-Component input terminal.
Screen
Language
Selects the Language for the OSD.
Menu Position V
Adjusts the vertical Menu Position.
Menu Position H
Adjusts the horizontal Menu Position.
Blank
Selects the Blank mode.
Startup
Selects the Startup screen mode.
MyScreen Lock
Turns MyScreen Lock On/Off.
Message
Turns the Message function On/Off.
Option
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Auto Search
Turns the Automatic signal search function On/Off.
Auto Keystone
Turns the Automatic keystone distortion correction function On/Off.
Auto on
Turns the Auto on function On/Off.
Auto off
Configures the timer to shut off the projector when no signal is
detected.
My Button-1
Assigns the functions for the MY BUTTON1 buttons on the included
remote control.
My Button-2
Assigns the functions for the MY BUTTON2 buttons on the included
remote control.
Auto Adjust
Enables/Disables Auto Adjustment.
Remote Receiv. Front
Enable/Disable Remote Receiv. Front.
Remote Receiv. Rear
Enable/Disable Remote Receiv. Rear.
Remote Receiv. Top
Enable/Disable Remote Receiv. Top.
Remote Freq. Normal
Enable/Disable Remote Freq. Normal.
Remote Freq. High
Enable/Disable Remote Freq. High.
Projector Control
Projector Status
Displays and configures the current projector status.
Item
Description
Error Status
Displays the current error status
Lamp Time
Displays the usage time for the current lamp.
Filter Time
Displays the usage time for the current filter.
Power Status
Displays the current power status.
Input Status
Displays the current input signal source.
Blank On/Off
Displays the Blank On/Off status.
Mute
Displays the current Mute On/Off status.
Freeze
Displays the current Freeze On/Off status.
Network Restart
Restarts the projector’s network connection.
Item
Restart
Description
Restarts the projector’s network connection in order to
activate new configuration settings.
NOTE • Restarting requires you to re-log on in order to further control or
configure the projector via a web browser.
Logoff
When logoff is clicked, the logon screen is displayed (6 : Fig. 1).
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Failure & Warning Alerts via E-mail
Failure & Warning Alerts via E-mail
The projector can automatically send an alert to specified e-mail addresses when
the projector requires maintenance or has encountered an error.
NOTE • Up to five e-mail addresses can be specified.
• The projector may be not able to send e-mail if the projector suddenly loses
power.
Mail Settings
(10)
To use the projector’s e-mail function please configure the following items via a
web browser.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter [https://192.168.1.10] into the address bar of the web browser.
2) Enter the Administrator ID and Password and click [Logon].
3) Click [Port Settings] on the main menu.
4) Click the [Enable] check box to open the SMTP Port.
5) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • A Network Restart is required after the SMTP Port configuration
settings have changed. Click [Network Restart] and configure the following
items.
6) Click [Mail Settings] and configure each item. Refer to the [Mail Settings]
item in [Configuring and Controlling the Projector via a Web Browser] for
further information.
7) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • Click the [Send Test Mail] button in [Mail Settings] to confirm
that the e-mail settings are correct. The following mail will be delivered to the
specified addresses.
Subject line : Test Mail
<Projector name>
Text
: Send Test Mail
Date
<Testing date>
Time
<Testing time>
IP Address
<Projector IP address>
MAC Address <Projector MAC address>
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Failure & Warning Alerts via E-mail
Mail Settings (Continued)
8) Configure the Failure/Warning Alerts via E-mail settings. Click [Alert Settings]
on the main menu.
9) Select and configure each alert item. Refer to [Alert Settings] in [Configuring
and Controlling the Projector via a Web Browser] for further information.
10) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
Failure/Warning e-mails are formatted as follows:
Subject line : <Mail title>
Text : <Mail text>
Date
Time
IP Address
MAC Address
<Projector name>
<Failure/Warning date>
<Failure/Warning time>
<Projector IP address>
<Projector MAC address>
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Projector management via SNMP
Projector management via SNMP
When SNMP is enabled, the projector is able to send Failure/Warning Alerts to a
specified PC.
NOTE • It is recommended that SNMP functions be carried out by a network
administrator.
• SNMP management software must be installed on the computer to monitor
the projector via SNMP.
SNMP settings
(9)
Configure the following items via a web browser to use SNMP.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter [https://192.168.1.10] into the address bar of the web browser.
2) Enter the Administrator ID and Password and click [Logon].
3) Click [Port Settings] on the main menu.
4) Click the [Enable] check box to open the SNMP Port.
Set the IP address to send the SNMP Trap to when a Failure/Warning occurs.
NOTE • A Network Restart is required after the SNMP Trap configuration
settings have been changed. Click [Network Restart] and configure the
following items.
5) Click [Security Settings] on the main menu.
6) Click [SNMP] and set the Community Name on the screen that is displayed.
NOTE • A Network Restart is required after the Community Name has been
changed.
• Click [Network Restart] and configure the following items.
7) Configure the settings for Trap transmission of Failures/Warnings. Click
[Alert Settings] on the main menu and select the Failure/Warning item to be
configured.
8) Click the [Enable] check box to send out the SNMP trap for Failures/Warnings.
Clear the [Enable] check box when SNMP trap transmission is not required.
9) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
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Controlling the Projector via Scheduling
Controlling the Projector via Scheduling
The projector can be automatically controlled via scheduling.
NOTE • You can schedule the following control events: Power ON/OFF, Input
Source and Transferred Image Display.
• There are 3 types of Scheduling, 1) daily 2) day of the week 3) specific date.
• The priority for scheduled events is as follows 1) specific date 2) day of the
week 3) daily.
• Up to five specific dates are available for scheduled events. Priority is given to
those with the lower numbers when more than one event has been scheduled
for the same date and time (e.g., ‘Specific day No. 1’ has priority over ‘Specific
day No. 2’ and so on.
• Be sure to set the date and time before enabling scheduled events.
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Controlling the Projector via Scheduling
Date/Time Settings (18)
The Date/Time setting can be adjusted via a web browser.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter [https://192.168.1.10] into the address bar of the web browser.
Enter the Administrator ID and Password and click [Logon].
2) Click [Date/Time Settings] on the main menu and configure each item.
Refer to the [Date/Time Settings] item in [Configuring and Controlling the
Projector via a Web Browser] for further information.
3) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • A Network Restart is required after the Daylight Savings Time or
SNTP configuration settings have been changed.
• The battery for the built in clock may be dead if the clock loses time even
when the DATE and TIME have been set correctly. Replace the battery by
following the instructions on replacing the battery.
(User's Manual - Operating Guide : Replacing Internal Clock battery)
• The Internal Clock’s time may not remain accurate. Using SNTP is
recommended to maintain accurate time.
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Controlling the Projector via Scheduling
Schedule Settings
(16)
Schedule settings can be configured from a web browser.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter [https://192.168.1.10] into the address bar of the web browser.
2) Enter the Administrator ID and Password and click [Logon].
3) Click [Schedule Settings] on the main menu and select the required schedule
item.
4) Click the [Enable] check box to enable scheduling.
5) Enter the Date (Month/Day) for specific date scheduling.
6) Click [Add] and set the hour, command and parameters and click [Add This
Schedule] when you want to add a command.
7) Click the [Delete] button when you want to delete a schedule.
8) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
There are three types of scheduling.
1) Daily: Perform the specified operation at a specified time every day.
2) Sunday ~ Saturday: Perform the specified operation at the specified time on a
specified day of the week.
3) Specific Date: Perform the specified operation on the specified date and time.
NOTE • In Standby mode the power indicator will flash green for approx. 3
seconds when at least 1 “Power ON” schedule is saved.
• When the schedule function is used, the power cord must be connected to
the projector and the outlet and the power switch must be turned on, [ | ]. The
schedule function does not work when the power switch is turned off, [¡] or
the breaker in a room is tripped. The power indicator will lights orange or green
when the projector gets is receiving the power.
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e-SHOT (Still Image Transfer) Display
e-SHOT (Still Image Transfer) Display
The projector can display a still image that is transferred via the network.
Communication Port
The following port is used for e-SHOT.
TCP #9716
(9)
NOTE • e-SHOT is not available via communication ports which are used for
the command control (TCP #23 and TCP #9715).
e-SHOT (Still Image Transfer) Settings
Configure the following items from a web browser when e-SHOT is used.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter [https://192.168.1.10] into the address bar of the web browser.
2) Enter the Administrator ID and Password and
click [Logon].
3) Click [Port settings] on the main menu.
4) Click the [Enable] check box to open the
[Image Transfer Port (Port: 9716)]. Click the
[Enable] check box for the [Authentication]
setting when authentication is required,
otherwise clear the check box.
5) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
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e-SHOT(Still Image Transfer) Display
e-SHOT (Still Image Transfer) Settings (Continued)
When the authentication setting is enabled, the following settings are required.
6) Click [Security Settings] on the main menu.
7) Select [Network Control] and enter the desired authentication password. *
see Note1
8) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings. * see Note2
NOTE1 • The Authentication Password will be the same for [Network Control
Port1 (Port: 23)], [Network Control Port2 (Port: 9715)], and [Image Transfer
Port (Port: 9716)].
NOTE2 • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network. Restart the network connection when any configuration settings are
changed. The network connection can be restarted using [Network Restart] on
the main menu.
e-SHOT (Still Image Transfer) Transmission
e-SHOT transmission requires an exclusive application for your PC. You can
download it from the Hitachi web site. Refer to the manual for the application for
instructions.
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Command Control via the Network
Command Control via the Network
You can configure and control the projector via the network using RS-232C
commands.
Communication Port
The following two ports are assigned for the command control.
TCP #23
TCP #9715
NOTE • Command control is not available via communication port (TCP
#9716) that is used for the e-SHOT transmission function.
Command Control Settings
(9)
Configure the following items from a web browser when command control is used.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter [https://192.168.1.10] into the address bar of the web browser.
2) Enter the Administrator ID and Password and click [Logon].
3) Click [Port settings] on the main menu.
4) Click the [Enable] check box to open [Network Control Port (Port: 23)] to use
TCP #23. Click the [Enable] check box for the [Authentication] setting when
authentication is required, otherwise clear the check box.
5) Click the [Enable] check box to open [Network Control Port (Port: 9715)] to
use TCP #9715. Click the [Enable] check box for the [Authentication] setting
when authentication is required, otherwise clear the check box.
6) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
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Command Control via the Network
Command Control Settings (Continued)
When the authentication setting is enabled, the following settings are required.
(20)
7) Click [Security Settings] on the main menu.
8) Click [Network Control] and enter the desired authentication password. * See
Note1.
9) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings. * See Note2.
NOTE1 • The Authentication Password will be the same for [Network Control
Port1 (Port: 23)], [Network Control Port2 (Port: 9715)], and [Image Transfer
Port (Port: 9716)].
NOTE2 • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network. Restart the network when any configuration settings are changed.
The network connection can be restarted using [Network Restart] on the main
menu.
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Command Control via the Network
Command format
Command formats differ among the different communication ports.
TCP #23
You can use the RS-232C commands without any changes. The reply data format
is the same as the RS-232C commands. However, the following reply will be sent
back in the event of authentication failure when authentication is enabled.
<Reply in the event of an authentication error>
Reply
Error code
0x1F
0x04
0x00
TCP #9715
Send Data format
The following formatting is added to the header (0x02), Data length (0x0D),
Checksum (1byte) and Connection ID (1 byte) of the RS-232C commands.
Header
Data
length
RS-232Ccommand
Checksum
Connection
ID
0x02
0x0D
13 bytes
1 byte
1 byte
Header
→0x02, Fixed
Data length
→RS-232C commands byte length (0x0D, Fixed)
RS-232C commands→RS-232C commands that start with 0xBE 0xEF (13 bytes)
Check Sum
→This is the value to make zero on the addition of the lower
8 bits from the header to the checksum.
Connection ID
→Random value from 0 to 255 (This value is attached to
the reply data)
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Command Control via the Network
Reply Data format
The connection ID (the data is same as the connection ID data on the sending
data format) is attached to the RS-232C commands reply data.
<ACK reply>
Reply
Connection
ID
0x06
1 byte
<NAK reply>
Reply
Connection
ID
0x15
1 byte
<Error reply>
Reply
Error code
Connection
ID
0x1C
2 bytes
1 byte
Reply
Data
Connection
ID
0x1D
2 bytes
1 byte
<Data reply>
<Projector busy reply>
Reply
Status code
Connection
ID
0x1F
2 bytes
1 byte
<Authentication error reply>
Reply
Authentication
Error code
0x1F
0x04
0x00
Connection
ID
1 byte
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Command Control via the Network
Automatic Connection Break
The TCP connection will be automatically disconnected after there is no
communication for 30 seconds after being established.
Authentication
The projector does not accept commands without authentication success
when authentication is enabled. The projector uses a challenge response type
authentication with an MD5 (Message Digest 5) algorithm.
When the projector is using a LAN, a random eight bytes will be returned if
authentication is enabled. Bind this received 8 bytes and the authentication
password and digest this data with the MD5 algorithm and add this in front of the
commands to send.
Following is a sample if the authentication password is set to “password” and the
random eight bytes are “a572f60c”.
1) Select the projector.
2) Receive the random eight bytes “a572f60c” from the projector.
3) Bind the random eight bytes “a572f60c” and the authentication password
“password” and it becomes “a572f60cpassword”.
4) Digest this bind “a572f60cpassword” with MD5 algorithm.
It will be “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde”.
5) Add this “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde” in front of the commands and
send the data.
Send “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde”+command.
6) When the sending data is correct, the command will be performed and the
reply data will be returned. Otherwise, an authentication error will be returned.
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Read this Safety Guide first.
Projector
User's Manual - Safety Guide
Thank you for purchasing this projector.
WARNING • Before using, read these user's manuals of this projector to ensure
correct usage through understanding. After reading, store them in a safe place for
future reference. Incorrect handling of this product could possibly result in personal injury
or physical damage. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any damage caused
by mishandling that is beyond normal usage defined in these manuals of this projector.
NOTE • The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
• The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in
this manual.
• The reproduction, transmission or use of this document or contents is not
permitted without express written authority.
About The Symbols
arious symbols are used in this manual, the user’s manual and on the product
V
itself to ensure correct usage, to prevent danger to the user and others, and to
prevent property damage. The meanings of these symbols are described below.
It is important that you read these descriptions thoroughly and fully understand
the contents.
WARNING
CAUTION
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could
possibly result in personal injury or even death due to
incorrect handling.
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could
result possibly in personal injury or physical damage
due to incorrect handling.
Typical Symbols
his symbol indicates an additional warning (including cautions). An
T
illustration is provided to clarify the contents.
his symbol indicates a prohibited action. The contents will be clearly
T
indicated in an illustration or nearby (the symbol to the left indicates that
disassembly is prohibited).
his symbol indicates a compulsory action. The contents will be clearly
T
indicated in an illustration or nearby (the symbol to the left indicates that
the power plug should be disconnected from the power outlet).
Safety Precautions
WARNING
Never use the projector if a problem should occur.
Abnormal operations such as smoke, strange odor, no image, no sound,
excessive sound, damaged casing or elements or cables, penetration of
liquids or foreign matter, etc. can cause a fire or electrical shock.
In such case, immediately turn off the power switch and then disconnect the
power plug from the power outlet. After making sure that the smoke or odor
has stopped, contact your dealer. Never attempt to make repairs yourself
because this could be dangerous.
• The power outlet should be close to the projector and easily accessible.
Disconnect the
plug from the
power outlet.
Use special caution for children and pets.
Incorrect handling could result in fire, electrical shock, injury, burn or vision
problem.
Use special caution in households where children and pets are present.
Do not insert liquids or foreign object.
Penetration of liquids or foreign objects could result in fire or electrical shock.
Use special caution in households where children are present.
If liquids or foreign object should enter the projector, immediately turn off the
power switch, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet and contact
your dealer.
• Do not place the projector near water (ex. a bathroom, a beach, etc.).
• Do not expose the projector to rain or moisture. Do not place the projector
outdoors.
• Do not place flower vases, pots, cups, cosmetics, liquids such as water, etc
on or around the projector.
• Do not place metals, combustibles, etc on or around the projector.
• To avoid penetration of foreign objects, do not put the projector into a case
or bag together with any thing except the accessories of the projector,
signal cables and connectors.
Never disassemble and modify.
The projector contains high voltage components. Modification and/or disassembly of
the projector or accessories could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Never open the cabinet.
• Ask your dealer to repair and clean insider.
Do not give the projector any shock or impact.
If the projector should be shocked and/or broken, it could result in an injury,
and continued use could result in fire or electrical shock.
If the projector is shocked, immediately turn off the power switch, disconnect
the power plug from the power outlet and contact your dealer.
Do not place the projector on an unstable surface.
If the projector should be dropped and/or broken, it could result in an injury,
and continued use could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Do not place the projector on an unstable, slant or vibrant surface such as
a wobbly or inclined stand.
• Use the caster brakes placing the projector on a stand with casters.
• Do not place the projector in the side up position, the lens up position or
the lens down position.
• In the case of a ceiling installation or the like, contact your dealer before
installation.
Do not
disassemble.
Safety Precautions (continued)
WARNING
Be cautious of High temperatures of the projector.
High temperatures are generated when the lamp is lit. It could result in fire or
burn. Use special caution in households where children are present.
Do not touch about the lens, air fans and ventilation openings during use or
immediately after use, to prevent a burn. Take care of ventilation.
• Keep a space of 30 cm or more between the sides and other objects such
as walls.
• Do not place the projector on a metallic table or anything weak in heat.
• Do not place anything about the lens, air fans and ventilation openings of
the projector.
• Never block the air fan and ventilation openings.
• Do not cover the projector with a tablecloth, etc.
• Do not place the projector on a carpet or bedding.
Never look through the lens or openings when the lamp is on.
The powerful light could adversely affect vision.
Use special caution in households where children are present.
Use only the correct power cord and the correct power outlet.
Incorrect power supply could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Use only the correct power outlet depending on the indication on the
projector and the safety standard.
• The enclosed power cord must be used depending on the power outlet to
be used.
Be cautious of the power cord connection.
Incorrect connection of the power cord could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Do not touch the power cord with a wet hand.
• Check that the connecting portion of the power cord is clean (with no dust),
before using. Use a soft and dry cloth to clean the power plug.
• Insert the power plug into a power outlet firmly. Avoid using a loose,
unsound outlet or contact failure.
Be sure to connect with ground wire.
Connect the ground terminal of AC inlet of this unit with the ground terminal
provided at the building using the correct power cord; otherwise, fire or
electric shock can result.
• Don’t take the core of power cord away.
Surely connect
the ground wire.
Safety Precautions (continued)
WARNING
Be careful in handling the light source lamp.
The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp made of glass.
The lamp can break with a loud bang, or burn out. When the bulb bursts,
it is possible for shards of glass to fly into the lamp housing, and for gas
containing mercury to escape from the projector’s vent holes.
Please carefully read the section “Lamp”.
Be careful in handling the power cord and external connection
cables.
If you keep using a damaged the power cord or cables, it can cause a fire
or electrical shock. Do not apply too much heat, pressure or tension to the
power cord and cables.
If the power cord or cables is damaged (exposed or broken core wires, etc.),
contact your dealer.
• Do not place the projector or heavy objects on the power cord and cables.
Also, do not place a spread, cover, etc, over them because this could result
in the inadvertent placing of heavy objects on the concealed power cord or
cables.
• Do not pull the power cord and cables. When connecting and
disconnecting the power cord or cables, do it with your hand holding the plug
or connector.
• Do not place the cord near the heater.
• Avoid bending the power cord sharply.
• Do not attempt to work on the power cord.
Be careful in handling the battery of the remote control.
Incorrect handling of the battery could result in fire or personal injury. The
battery may explode if not handled properly.
• Keep the battery away from children and pets. If swallowed consult a
physician immediately for emergency treatment.
• Do not allow the battery in a fire or water.
• Avoid fire or high-temperature environment.
• Do not hold the battery with the metallic tweezers.
• Keep the battery in a dark, cool and dry play.
• Do not short circuit the battery.
• Do not recharge, disassemble or solder the battery.
• Do not give the battery a physical impact.
• Use only the battery specified in the other manual of this projector.
• Make sure the plus and minus terminals are correctly aligned when loading
the battery.
• If you observe a leakage of the battery, wipe out the flower and then
replace the battery. If the flower adheres your body or clothes, rinse well with
water.
• Obey the local laws on disposing the battery.
Safety Precautions (continued)
CAUTION
Be careful in moving the projector.
Neglect could result in an injury or damage.
• Do not move the projector during use. Before moving, disconnect the
power cord and all external connections, and close the slide lens door or
attach the lens cap.
• Avoid any impact or shock to the projector.
• Do not drag the projector.
• For moving the projector, use the enclosed case or bag if provided.
Do not put anything on top of the projector.
Placing anything on the projector could result in loss of balance or falling,
and cause an injury or damage. Use special caution in households where
children are present.
Do not attach anything other than specified things to the projector.
Neglect could result in an injury or damage.
• Some projector has a screw thread in a lens part. Do not attach anything
other than specified options (such as conversion lens) to the screw thread.
Avoid a smoky, humid or dusty place.
Placing the projector in a smoke, a highly humid, dusty place, oily soot or
corrosive gas could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Do not place the projector near a smoky, humid or dusty place (ex.
a smoking space, a kitchen, a beach, etc.). Do not place the projector
outdoors.
• Do not use a humidifier near the projector.
Take care of the air filter to normal ventilate.
The air filter should be cleaned periodically. If the air filter becomes clogged
by dust or the like, internal temperature rises and could cause malfunction.
The projector may display the message such as “CHECK THE AIR FLOW”
or turn off the projector, to prevent the internal heat level rising.
• When the indicators or a message prompts you to clean the air filter, clean
the air filter as soon as possible.
• If the soiling will not come off the air filter, or it becomes damaged, replace
the air filter.
• Use the air filter of the specified type only. Please order the air filter
specified in the other manual of this projector to your dealer.
• When you replace the lamp, replace also the air filter. The air filter may be
attached when you buy a replacement lamp for this projector.
• Do not turn on the projector without air filter.
Avoid a high temperature environment.
The heat could have adverse influence on the cabinet of the projector and
other parts. Do not place the projector, the remote control and other parts in
direct sunlight or near a hot object such as heater, etc.
Avoid Magnetism.
Manufacture strongly recommends to avoid any magnetic contact that is not
shielded or protected on or near the projector itself. (ie.,. Magnetic Security
Devices, or other projector accessory that contains magnetic material that has not
been provided by the manufacture etc.) Magnetic objects may cause interruption
of the projector's internal mechanical performance which may interfere with cooling
fans speed or stopping, and may cause the projector to completely shut down.
Safety Precautions (continued)
CAUTION
Remove the power cord for complete separation.
• For safety purposes, disconnect the power cord if the projector is not to be
used for prolonged periods of time.
• Before cleaning, turn off and unplug the projector. Neglect could result in
fire or electrical shock.
Disconnect the
plug from the
power outlet.
Ask your dealer to cleaning inside of the projector about every
year.
Accumulations of dust inside the projector cause result in fire or malfunction.
Cleaning inside is more effective if performed before every humid periods
such as rainy season.
• Do not clean inside yourself because it is dangerous.
NOTE
Do not give the remote control any physical impact.
A physical impact could cause damage or malfunction of the remote control.
• Take care not to drop the remote control.
• Do not place the projector or heavy objects on the remote control.
Take care of the lens.
• Close the slide lens door or attach the lens cap to prevent the lens surface being
scratched when the projector is not used.
• Do not touch the lens to prevent fog or dirt of the lens that cause deterioration of display
quality.
• Use commercially available lens tissue to clean the lens (used to clean cameras,
eyeglasses, etc.). Be careful not to scratch the lens with hard objects.
Take care of the cabinet and the remote control.
Incorrect care could have adverse influence such as discoloration, peeling paint, etc.
• Use a soft cloth to clean the cabinet and control panel of the projector and the remote
control. When excessively soiled dilute a neutral detergent in water, wet and wring out the
soft cloth and afterward wipe with a dry soft cloth. Do not use undiluted detergent directly.
• Do not use an aerosol sprays, solvents, volatile substances or abrasive cleaner.
• Before using chemical wipes, be sure to read and observe the instructions.
• Do not allow long-term close contact with rubber or vinyl.
About bright spots or dark spots.
Although bright spots or dark spots may appear on the screen, this is a unique characteristic of
liquid crystal displays, and such do not constitute or imply a machine defect.
Be careful of printing of the LCD panel.
If the projector continues projecting a still image, inactive images or 16:9 aspect images in
case of 4:3 panel, etc., for long time, the LCD panel might possibly be printed.
Safety Precautions (continued)
NOTE
About consumables.
Lamp, LCD panels, polarizors and other optical components, and air filter and cooling fans
have a different lifetime in each. These parts may need to be replaced after a long usage
time.
• This product isn’t designed for continuous use of long time. In the case of continuous use
for 6 hours or more, or use for 6 hours or more every day (even if it isn’t continuous), or
repetitious use, the lifetime may be shortened, and these parts may need to be replaced
even if one year has not passed since the beginning of using.
• Any inclining use beyond the adjustment range explained in these user’s manuals may
shorten the lifetimes of the consumables.
Before turning on the power, make the projector cool down adequately.
After turning the projector off, pushing the restart switch or interrupting of the power supply,
make the projector cool down adequately. Operation in a high temperature state of the
projector causes a damage of the electrode and un-lighting of the lamp.
Avoid strong rays.
Any strong ray (such as direct rays of the sun or room lighting) onto the remote control sensors could invalidate the remote control.
Avoid radio interference.
Any interfering radiation could cause disordered image or noises.
• Avoid radio generator such as a mobile telephone, transceiver, etc. around the projector.
About displaying characteristic.
The display condition of the projector (such as color, contrast, etc.) depends on
characteristic of the screen, because the projector uses a liquid crystal display panel. The
display condition can differ from the display of CRT.
• Do not use a polarized screen. It can cause red image.
Turn the power on/off in right order.
To prevent any trouble, turn on/off the projector in right order mentioned below unless
specifying.
• Power on the projector before the computer or video tape recorder.
• Power off the projector after the computer or video tape recorder.
Take care not to fatigue your eyes.
Rest the eyes periodically.
Set the sound volume at a suitable level to avoid bothering other people.
• It is better to keep the volume level low and close the windows at night to protect the
neighborhood environment.
Connecting with notebook computer
When connecting with notebook computer, set to valid the RGB external image output
(setting CRT display or simultaneous display of LCD and CRT).
Please read instruction manual of the notebook for more information.
Lamp
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE
HIGH TEMPERATURE
HIGH PRESSURE
The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp can break with a
loud bang, or burn out, if jolted or scratched, handled while hot, or worn over time.
Note that each lamp has a different lifetime, and some may burst or burn out soon after
you start using them. In addition, when the bulb bursts, it is possible for shards of
glass to fly into the lamp housing, and for gas containing mercury to escape from the
projector’s vent holes.
About disposal of a lamp • This product contains a mercury lamp; do not put in trash.
Dispose of in accord with environmental laws.
For lamp recycling, go to www.lamprecycle.org. (in USA)
For product disposal, contact your local government agency or www.eiae.org (in the US)
or www.epsc.ca (in Canada).
For more information, call your dealer.
Disconnect
the plug from
the power
outlet
• If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does), unplug
the power cord from the outlet, and make sure to request a replacement
lamp from your local dealer. Note that shards of glass could damage the
projector’s internals, or cause injury during handling, so please do not try to
clean the projector or replace the lamp yourself.
• If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does), ventilate
the room well, and make sure not to breathe the gas that comes out of the
projector vents, or get it in your eyes or mouth.
• Before replacing the lamp, make sure the power switch is off and the
power cable is not plugged in, then wait at least 45 minutes for the lamp to
cool sufficiently. Handling the lamp while hot can cause burns, as well as
damaging the lamp.
• Do not open the lamp cover while the projector is suspended from above.
This is dangerous, since if the lamp’s bulb has broken, the shards will
fall out when the cover is opened. In addition, working in high places is
dangerous, so ask your local dealer to have the lamp replaced even if the
bulb is not broken.
• Do not use the projector with the lamp cover removed. At the lamp
replacing, make sure that the screws are screwed in firmly. Loose screws
could result in damage or injury.
• Use the lamp of the specified type only.
• If the lamp breaks soon after the first time it is used, it is possible that
there are electrical problems elsewhere besides the lamp. If this happens,
contact your local dealer or a service representative.
• Handle with care: jolting or scratching could cause the lamp bulb to burst
during use.
• Using the lamp for long periods of time, could cause it dark, not to light up
or to burst. When the pictures appear dark, or when the color tone is poor,
please replace the lamp as soon as possible. Do not use old (used) lamps;
this is a cause of breakage.
Regulatory Notices
FCC Statement Warning
WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
INSTRUCTIONS TO USERS: This equipment complies with the requirements of FCC
(Federal Communication Commission) equipment provided that the following conditions
are met. Some cables have to be used with the core set. Use the accessory cable or a
designated-type cable for the connection. For cables that have a core only at one end,
connect the core to the projector.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
For the Customers in CANADA
NOTICE: This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Warranty And After-Service
Unless seen any abnormal operations (mentioned with the first paragraph of
WARNING in this manual), when a problem occurs with the equipment, first refer to the
“Troubleshooting” section of the “Operating Guide”, and run through the suggested checks.
If this does not resolve the problem contact your dealer or service company. They will tell
you what warranty condition is applied.
Audio Visual Products
2900 Dukane Drive
St. Charles, Illinois 60174
www.dukcorp.com/av
Toll-free: 800-676-2487
Fax: 630-584-5156
e-mail: avsales@dukcorp.com
#401-8755E-01
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