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Notations Used in This User's Guide
Caution :
Indicates procedures which may result in damage or injury if sufficient
care is not taken.
Tip :
Indicates additional information and points which may be useful to
know regarding a topic.
Indicates that an explanation of the underlined word or words in front
of this symbol appears in the glossary of terms.
Refer to the "Glossary" in the "Appendices". (p.81)
Procedure
Indicates operating methods and the order of operations.
The procedure indicated should be carried out in the order of the
numbers.
When "unit" or "projector" appears in the text of this User's Guide, it may refer to items which
are accessories or optional equipment in addition to the main projector unit itself.
Unpacking the Projector
When you unpack the projector, make sure that you have all these components.
If any of the components are missing or incorrect, please contact the place of
purchase.
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Powe
Com
puter
S-Video
/Video
Menu
Color
A/V Mu
te
Mode
Freeze
E-Zoom
Enter
ESC
Auto
Projector
(with lens cover)
Computer cable
(mini D-Sub 15-pin/mini DSub 15-pin 1.8 m (6 ft.))
For connecting the projector
to a computer
Remote control
(including a CR2025 lithium
battery)
Soft carrying case
(with shoulder strap and
handle)
For carrying the projector
Documentation
Read this first
Safety Instructions/
World-Wide Warranty Terms
Document CD-ROM
Quick Reference Guide
1
Power cable
(3 m (9.8 ft.))
For connecting the projector
to a wall outlet
Features of the Projector
Automatic setup function
When projecting computer images, the signals from the connected computer are
detected automatically and adjusted so that the optimum images are projected. Even if
several people are giving presentations using the same projector, the optimum picture
quality can be obtained simply by disconnecting and reconnecting the computers.
Each individual setting can also be adjusted manually. (p.37)
Keystone correction function
Keystone distortion in projected images
can be corrected easily.
This makes images appear correctly
even when the projector has been set up
on a tilted vertical angle. (p.35)
Brilliant, attractive images
Despite its compact size, the projector can display images at high resolutions with a high
degree of luminance, providing beautifully clear images even in bright environments.
Easy to Operate
The accessory remote control can be used for operations such as pausing projection
(see "Freeze" on p.43) and zooming in on important areas of an image
(see "E-Zoom" on p.45).
Colour mode function
The optimum images can be projected simply by selecting the image quality from the
following six preset settings according to the projection environment being used.
No other troublesome colour adjustments are necessary. (p.47, 49)
• sRGB
• Normal
• Meeting
• Presentation
• Theatre
• Game
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Features of the Projector
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Contents
Unpacking the Projector.................................................................... 1
Features of the Projector................................................................... 2
Before Using the Projector
Part Names and Functions ............................................................... 8
Front/Top................................................................................................ 8
Left Side................................................................................................. 9
Control Panel........................................................................................ 10
Rear ...................................................................................................... 11
Base...................................................................................................... 11
Remote Control .................................................................................... 12
Before Using the Remote Control ................................................... 13
Using the Remote Control and Remote Operating Range ................... 13
Installation....................................................................................... 15
Setting Up the Projector....................................................................... 15
Screen Size and Projection Distance.................................................... 16
Connecting to a Computer .............................................................. 17
Eligible Computers .............................................................................. 17
Projecting Images from the Computer ................................................. 18
Playing Sound from the Computer ...................................................... 18
Connecting to an External Monitor...................................................... 20
Connecting to a Video Source ........................................................ 21
Projecting Composite Video Images.................................................... 21
Projecting S-Video Images................................................................... 22
Projecting Component Video Images .................................................. 22
Projecting RGB Video Images............................................................. 23
Playing Sound from the Video Equipment .......................................... 24
Basic Operations
Turning On the Projector ................................................................. 28
Connecting the Power Cable................................................................ 28
Turning On the Power and Projecting Images ..................................... 29
Turning Off the Projector ................................................................. 31
Adjusting the Screen Image............................................................ 33
Adjusting the Image Size ..................................................................... 33
Adjusting the Image Angle .................................................................. 34
Correcting Keystone Distortion ........................................................... 35
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Troubleshooting
Using the Help ................................................................................ 60
When Having Some Trouble............................................................ 61
Power Indicator.................................................................................... 61
(Warning) Indicator ..................................................................... 62
When the Indicators Provide No Help ............................................. 64
Appendices
Maintenance ................................................................................... 72
Cleaning ............................................................................................... 72
Replacing Consumables....................................................................... 74
Optional Accessories ...................................................................... 80
Glossary.......................................................................................... 81
List of ESC/VP21 Commands ......................................................... 84
Command List...................................................................................... 84
Communication Protocol ..................................................................... 84
Cable Layouts ...................................................................................... 85
List of Supported Monitor Displays ................................................. 86
Specifications.................................................................................. 88
Appearance..................................................................................... 90
Index ............................................................................................... 91
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Basic Operations
Advanced Operations
Functions for Enhancing Projection ................................................ 42
A/V Mute ............................................................................................. 42
Freeze................................................................................................... 43
Wide-screen Projection of Component Video and Video Images
(Changing the Aspect Ratio) ............................................................. 44
E-Zoom ................................................................................................ 45
Using the Configuration Menu Functions ........................................ 46
List of Functions .................................................................................. 46
Using the Configuration Menus........................................................... 56
Troubleshooting
Advanced Operations
Appendices
Adjusting the Image Quality ............................................................ 37
Focusing the Screen Image .................................................................. 37
Adjusting Computer Images ................................................................ 37
Selecting the Colour Mode .................................................................. 40
Before Using
the Projector
Contents
Before Using the Projector
This chapter describes the procedures for setting up the projector
before use.
Part Names and Functions .................................................8
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•
•
•
•
•
Front/Top ................................................................................................ 8
Left Side .................................................................................................. 9
Control Panel........................................................................................ 10
Rear ....................................................................................................... 11
Base ....................................................................................................... 11
Remote Control .................................................................................... 12
Before Using the Remote Control ....................................13
• Using the Remote Control and Remote Operating Range ............... 13
Installation .........................................................................15
• Setting Up the Projector...................................................................... 15
• Screen Size and Projection Distance .................................................. 16
Connecting to a Computer ...............................................17
•
•
•
•
Eligible Computers .............................................................................. 17
Projecting Images from the Computer .............................................. 18
Playing Sound from the Computer .................................................... 18
Connecting to an External Monitor ................................................... 20
Connecting to a Video Source .........................................21
•
•
•
•
•
Projecting Composite Video Images .................................................. 21
Projecting S-Video Images .................................................................. 22
Projecting Component Video Images................................................. 22
Projecting RGB Video Images ............................................................ 23
Playing Sound from the Video Equipment ........................................ 24
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Part Names and Functions
Front/Top
•
• Focus ring (p.37)
(Warning) indicator
(p.62)
The colour and on status
(illuminated/flashing) indicates
problems with the projector.
Adjusts the image focus.
• Power indicator (p.61)
Flashes or lights in different
colours to indicate the
operating status of the
projector.
• Remote control lightreceiving area (p.13)
Receives signals from the
remote control.
• Control panel (p.10)
• Speaker
• Air exhaust
vent
• Front adjustable foot
(p.34)
Extend and retract to adjust
the projection angle.
• Remote control holder
(p.13)
Store the accessory
remote control in here
when not using it.
• Lens cover
Attach when not using the
projector to prevent the
lens from becoming dirty
or damaged.
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• Front adjustable
foot (p.34)
Extend and retract to
adjust the projection
angle.
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• Foot adjust button (p.34)
Another foot adjust button is
located on the right side.
Press both foot adjust buttons
when extending and retracting
the front adjustable feet.
Part Names and Functions
Left Side
• S-Video port (p.22)
Inputs S-Video signals to the
projector from other video
sources.
• Video port (p.21)
Inputs composite video signals
to the projector from other video
sources.
Use the RCA video cable for this
connection.
• Audio port (p.18)
Inputs audio signals from a
computer or component video
equipment.
Connect using a stereo mini jack.
• Computer/Component Video port
(p.18, 22, 23)
Inputs analogue video signals from a
computer and component video
signals from other video sources.
The connection surface is coloured
blue.
• Audio port (p.24)
Inputs audio signals from a
video source.
Connect using an RCA audio
cable.
• Control (RS-232C) port
• Monitor Out port (p.20)
(p.85)
Connects the projector to a computer
using an RS-232C cable. This port is
for service use and should not be used
by the customer.
Outputs the projected analogue video
signal from a computer to an external
monitor. This feature is not available
for video equipment signals.
The connection surface is coloured
black.
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Part Names and Functions
Control Panel
• [Help] button (p.60)
• [Power] button (p.29, 31)
Displays the online help
menu to assist you if you
have a problem.
Turns the projector power
on and off.
• Zoom button (p.33)
Press to adjust the size of
the projected images.
When pressed to the "W"
side, the images become
larger.
When pressed to the "T"
side, the images become
smaller.
• [Source] button (p.30)
Switches the input source between the
Computer/Component Video port, SVideo port and Video port each time the
button is pressed.
When pressed while a help menu is
being displayed, it accepts the menu
item that is currently selected. (p.60)
• [Keystone] button (p.35)
Press to correct keystone distortion in
images.
When pressed while a help menu is being
displayed, it selects items in the menu.
(p.60)
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Part Names and Functions
Rear
• Remote control light-
• Power inlet (p.28)
receiving area (p.13)
Receives signals from the
remote control.
Connects the power cable.
• Security lock
( ) (p.82)
Base
• Suspension bracket fixing points (3 points) (p.15, 80)
Install the optional ceiling mount here when suspending
the projector from the ceiling.
• Lamp cover (p.76)
Open this cover when
replacing the lamp inside the
projector.
• Air filter (air intake vent) (p.73, 79)
Prevents dust and other foreign particles from being drawn
into the projector. When replacing the lamp, replace the air
filter also.
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Part Names and Functions
Remote Control
• [Power] button
• Remote control
• Input select buttons
(p.30)
[Computer]: Switches the
signal source to the images
being input from the
Computer/Component
Video port.
[S-Video/Video]: Switches
the signal source being input
from the S-Video port and
the Video port.
light-emitting area (p.14)
Outputs remote control
signals.
• [Color Mode] button
Power
Computer
S-Video/Video Color Mode
• [Menu] button (p.56)
Displays or hides the
configuration menus.
• [E-Zoom] button (
Menu
A/V Mute
Freeze
(p.45)
Reduces the part of images
that have been enlarged
using the [ ] button.
E-Zoom
Use this button to
automatically adjust
computer images to the
optimum images when
automatic setup has been set
to "OFF".
• [Freeze] button (p.43)
• [A/V Mute] button (p.42)
Momentarily turns off the
audio and video.
Enter
• [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons
• [Auto] button (p.37)
(p.40)
Selects the colour mode.
The color mode changes
in the order of Normal,
Meeting, Presentation,
Theatre, Game and
sRGB each time the
button is pressed.
Keeps the current
computer or video image
on the screen.
)
(p.56, 60)
When a configuration menu
or help menu is displayed,
these buttons select menu
items and setting values.
When using the E-Zoom
function, these buttons
move the cross around the
screen and scroll the image.
(p.29, 31)
Turns the projector power
on and off.
• [E-Zoom] button (
)
(p.45)
Auto
ESC
Enlarges the part of images
without changing the size
of the projection area.
• [Enter] button (p.56, 60)
• [ESC] button (p.57)
Stops the current function.
Displays the previous screen
or menu while viewing a
configuration menu.
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Accepts a menu item or
displays the next screen or
menu while viewing a
configuration menu or
help menu.
Before Using the Remote Control
Using the Remote Control and Remote Operating Range
When using the remote control for the first time, pull out the insulating tape that
is protruding from the battery holder. When the insulating tape is pulled out, the
remote control can then be used.
Using the Remote Control
The remote control is used in the following way.
Procedure
Point the remote control light-emitting area toward one of the
remote control light-receiving areas on the projector and operate
the remote control buttons.
Remote control
light-receiving
area (front)
Remote control
light-emitting area
Power
Power
Computer
Menu
Computer
S-Video/Video Color Mode
A/V Mute
Freeze
Menu
ESC
Auto
A/V Mute
Freeze
E-Zoom
E-Zoom
Enter
Enter
Auto
S-Video/Video Color Mode
Remote control
light-receiving
area (back)
ESC
Tip :
• Do not allow sunlight or light from fluorescent lamps to shine directly onto the
projector's remote control light-receiving areas, otherwise it may interfere with the
reception of signals from the remote control.
• When not using the remote control, place it into the remote control holder underneath
the projector so that it does not get lost.
Hook your fingers into the
handle in the base of the
remote control holder and pull
straight out.
Auto
Enter
E-Zoo
Menu
Comp
A/V
uter
o/Vide
ESC
m
Mute
e
Freez
S-Vide
o
Color
Mode
er
Pow
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Before Using the Remote Control
Remote Operating Range
Use the remote control within the ranges indicated below. If the distance or
angle between the remote control and the remote control light-receiving area is
outside the normal operating range, the remote control may not work.
Operating distance
Operating angle
Approx. 6 m (20 ft.)
Approx. ±30º horizontally
Approx. ±15º vertically
Approx. ±30º horizontally
Remote control
light-receiving
area
Within
approx.
6m
(20 ft.)
Approx. 30º Approx. 30º
Approx. 30º Approx. 30º
Power
Computer
Menu
Power
S-Video/Video Color Mode
A/V Mute
Enter
Auto
Computer
Freeze
E-Zoom
ESC
Menu
Remote control
light-emitting area
S-Video/Video Color Mode
A/V Mute
Freeze
E-Zoom
Enter
Auto
ESC
Approx. ±15º vertically
Approx. 15º
Approx. 15º
When suspended from
the ceiling
Approx. 15º
Approx. 15º
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Installation
Setting Up the Projector
The projector supports the following two different projection methods, allowing
you to choose the best method for displaying your images.
Caution :
Before setting up the projector, be sure to first read the separate Safety Instructions/
World-Wide Warranty Terms.
• Front projection
• Rear projection using a
translucent screen
• Front/ceiling projection
• Rear projection using a
translucent screen
* A special method of installation is required in order to suspend the projector from
the ceiling. Please contact the place of purchase if you would like to use this
installation method. The optional ceiling mount is required when installing the
projector to the ceiling. (p.80)
Tip :
When using rear/ceiling projection using a translucent screen, set the "Ceiling" or "Rear
Proj." command in the "Advanced" menu to match the installation method. (p.53)
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Installation
Screen Size and Projection Distance
The distance between the projector and the screen determines the actual image
size.
Recommended distance
0.9–11.3 m (2.9–37.0 ft.)
While referring to the table below, position the projector so that the image size
is smaller than the screen size.
The values should be used as a guide for setting up the projector. The actual
values will vary depending on projection conditions and the zoom setting.
4:3 Screen size
(cm (in.))
Projection distance
(m (ft.))
Distance from centre
of lens to bottom
edge of screen
(cm (in.))
30" (61 × 46 (24.0 × 18.1))
0.9–1.1 (2.9–3.6)
4.3 (1.7)
40" (81 × 61 (31.9 × 24.0))
1.2–1.5 (3.9–4.8)
5.8 (2.3)
60" (120 × 90 (47.2 × 35.4)
1.8–2.2 (5.9–7.3)
8.6 (3.4)
80" (160 × 120 (63.0 × 47.2))
2.4–3.0 (7.9–9.8)
11.5 (4.5)
100" (200 × 150 (78.7 × 59.1))
3.0–3.7 (9.9–12.3)
14.4 (5.7)
200" (410 × 300 (161.4 × 118.1))
6.1–7.5 (19.9–24.6)
28.8 (11.3)
300" (610 × 460 (240.2 × 181.1))
9.1–11.3 (29.8–37.0)
43.1 (17.0)
Screen
90º
Centre of lens
*
* When installing against a wall, leave a space of about 20 cm (7.9 in.) between the
projector and the wall.
Tip :
The image size will be reduced when keystone correction is carried out.
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Connecting to a Computer
Caution :
When connecting the projector to a computer, be sure to check the following.
• Turn off the power for both the projector and the computer before connecting them. If
the power for either device is on at the time of connection, damage may result.
• Check the shapes of the cable connectors and the device ports before making the
connections. If you try to force a connector to fit a device port with a different shape or
number of terminals, damage to the connector or port may result.
Eligible Computers
The projector cannot be connected to some types of computer, or projection of
images may not be possible even if actual connection is possible. Make sure
that the computer you intend to use satisfies the conditions given below.
• Condition 1: The computer must have an image signal output port.
Check that the computer has a port such as an "RGB port", "monitor port" or
"CRT port" which can output image signals.
If the computer has a built-in monitor, or if using a laptop computer, it may
not be possible to connect the computer to the projector, or alternatively you
may need to purchase a separate external output port. Refer to the
documentation for your computer under a heading such as "Connecting an
external monitor" or similar for further details.
• Condition 2: The display resolution and frequency of the computer must be
listed in the "List of Supported Monitor Displays". See "Appendices: List of
Supported Monitor Displays" (p.86).
Some computers allow you to change the output resolution, so if necessary,
change the resolution to one that matches a setting in the "List of Supported
Monitor Displays", while referring to the documentation provided with the
computer.
Tip :
• You may need to purchase a separate adapter depending on the shape of the computer's
port. Refer to the documentation provided with the computer for further details.
• If the computer and projector are too far away from each other for the accessory
computer cable to reach, use the optional VGA-HD15 PC cable. See "Appendices:
Optional Accessories" (p.80)
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Connecting to a Computer
Projecting Images from the Computer
Use the accessory computer cable to connect the Computer/Component Video
port on the left side of the projector to the monitor port of the computer.
To monitor port
Computer cable
(accessory)
To Computer/
Component Video port
(blue)
Tip :
• Change the "Input Signal" setting in the "Video" menu to "RGB" after making the
connections. (p.47)
• If more than one external component is connected to the projector, use the [Source]
button on the projector's control panel or the [Computer] button on the remote control
to select the Computer port as the input source. (p.30)
• Do not bind the power cable and the computer cable together, otherwise image
interference or errors in operation may result.
Playing Sound from the Computer
The projector has a single built-in speaker with a maximum output of 1 W. If
the computer that is connected to the projector has an audio output port, you
can output sound from the computer through the projector's speaker by
connecting the computer's audio output port and the Audio port (stereo mini
jack) on the left side of the projector using a stereo mini jack audio cable
(commercially-available). It is recommended that you use an audio cable with a
3.5 mm diameter stereo mini jack.
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Connecting to a Computer
To audio output port
To Audio port
Stereo mini jack audio cable
(commercially-available)
Use the following procedure to adjust the volume of the sound output.
Procedure
1
Press the [Menu] button on the
remote control, and then select
"Volume" from the "Audio"
menu.
For details on this operation, refer to
"Using the Configuration Menus".
(p.56)
: Return
2
Use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to
adjust the volume.
The volume is increased or reduced
each time a button is pressed.
: Select
: Select
+
+
Video
: Adjust
Volume : 15 Tone
: 0 Audio Input :
Computer
Reset
Execute
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Return
3
Volume
: 10 Tone
: 0 Audio Input :
Computer
Reset
Execute
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
+
+
Video
: Adjust
After making the adjustment, press the [Menu] button to exit
the configuration menu.
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Connecting to a Computer
Connecting to an External Monitor
Images can be viewed on an external computer monitor at the same time they
are being projected by the projector. Use the cable provided with the computer
monitor to connect the monitor to the Monitor Out port at the left side of the
projector.
To Monitor Out port
(black)
Monitor port
Cable provided with monitor
Tip :
• Video images cannot be output to an external monitor.
• The setting gauge for keystone correction and the configuration menus and help menus
are not output to the external monitor.
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Connecting to a Video Source
Caution :
When connecting the projector to other video sources, take the following precautions.
• Turn off the power for both the projector and the video source before connecting them.
If the power for either device is on at the time of connection, damage may result.
• Check the shapes of the cable connectors and the device ports before making the
connections. If you try to force a connector to fit a device port with a different shape or
number of terminals, a malfunction or damage to the connector or port may result.
Projecting Composite Video Images
Use a RCA video cable (commercially-available) to connect the video source to
the Video port on the left side of the projector.
To video output port (yellow)
To Video port
RCA video cable
(commercially-available)
Tip :
If more than one external component is connected to the projector, use the [Source]
button on the projector's control panel or the [S-Video/Video] button on the remote
control to select the Video port as the input source. (p.30)
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Connecting to a Video Source
Projecting S-Video Images
Use an S-Video cable (commercially-available) to connect the video source to
the S-Video port on the left side of the projector.
To S-Video output port
S-Video cable
(commercially-available)
To S-Video port
Tip :
If more than one external component is connected to the projector, use the [Source]
button on the projector's control panel or the [S-Video/Video] button on the remote
control to select the S-Video port as the input source. (p.30)
Projecting Component Video Images
Use the optional component video cable to connect the video source to the
Computer/Component Video port on the left side of the projector. See
"Appendices: Optional Accessories" (p.80)
To component video output port
Component video cable
(optional)
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To Computer/
Component Video port
(blue)
Connecting to a Video Source
Tip :
• Change the "Input Signal" setting in the "Video" menu to "YCbCr " or "YPbPr "
after making the connections. (p.49)
• If more than one external component is connected to the projector, use the [Source]
button on the projector's control panel or the [Computer] button on the remote control
to set the input source to "YCbCr " or "YPbPr ", depending on the type of signal being
input. (p.30)
Projecting RGB Video Images
RGB video is used when RGB signals that have copy protection added are input
and projected. Use the accessory computer cable to connect the video source to
the Computer/Component Video port on the left side of the projector.
To RGB output port
To Computer/
Component Video port
(blue)
Computer cable
(accessory)
Tip :
• Change the "Input Signal" setting in the "Video" menu to "RGB" after making the
connections. (p.47)
• For a RGB connection, a commercially available adapter or converter cable might be
required.
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Connecting to a Video Source
Playing Sound from the Video Equipment
The projector has a single built-in speaker with a maximum output of 1 W. You
can output sound from the video equipment through the projector's built-in
speaker by connecting the video equipment's audio output port and the Audio
port (RCA monaural jack) on the left side of the projector using an RCA audio
cable (commercially-available).
To audio output port
To Audio port
RCA audio cable
(commercially-available)
Use the following procedure to adjust the volume of the sound output.
Procedure
1
Press the [Menu] button on the
remote control, and then select
"Volume" from the "Audio"
menu.
For details on this operation, refer to
"Using the Configuration Menus".
(p.56)
: Return
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Volume
: 10 Tone
: 0 Audio Input :
Computer
Reset
Execute
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Select
: Adjust
+
+
Video
Connecting to a Video Source
2
Use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to
adjust the volume.
The volume is increased or reduced
each time a button is pressed.
: Return
3
Volume : 15 Tone
: 0 Audio Input :
Computer
Reset
Execute
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Select
+
+
Video
: Adjust
After making the adjustment, press the [Menu] button to exit
the configuration menu.
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Basic Operations
This chapter describes basic operations such as turning projection
on and off and adjusting the projected images.
Turning On the Projector ..................................................28
• Connecting the Power Cable............................................................... 28
• Turning On the Power and Projecting Images.................................. 29
Turning Off the Projector ..................................................31
Adjusting the Screen Image .............................................33
• Adjusting the Image Size..................................................................... 33
• Adjusting the Image Angle.................................................................. 34
• Correcting Keystone Distortion.......................................................... 35
Adjusting the Image Quality .............................................37
• Focusing the Screen Image.................................................................. 37
• Adjusting Computer Images............................................................... 37
• Automatic Setup................................................................................................ 37
• Adjusting the Tracking...................................................................................... 38
• Adjusting the Sync............................................................................................ 39
• Selecting the Colour Mode .................................................................. 40
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Turning On the Projector
Turn on the power to start projecting images.
Caution :
Be sure to read the separate Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms before
projecting images.
Connecting the Power Cable
Procedure
1
Check that the power is turned off for the projector and all
components connected to the projector.
2
Connect the computer or other video source to the projector.
(p.17, 21)
3
Remove the lens cover.
4
Connect the accessory power cable
to the projector.
Check that the power cable connector is
facing the same way as the power inlet on
the projector, and then insert the power
cable connector securely into the
projector.
5
Connect the other end of the power
cable to an earthed electrical outlet.
Wait until the Power indicator lights
orange.
Tip :
The projector's control panel and remote control
buttons cannot be operated while the Power
indicator is flashing orange.
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Turning On the Power and Projecting Images
Procedure
1
Check that the Power indicator has
stopped flashing and is lit orange.
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2
Turn on the power for all equipment connected to the projector.
For a video source, press the [Play] button at the video source to start
playback if necessary.
3
Press the [Power] button on either
the projector's control panel or the
remote control to turn on the power
for the projector.
The Power indicator flashes green, and
after a short period it stops flashing and
projection starts.
Wait until the Power indicator lights green
(it normally takes about 40 seconds to
change).
Changes from flashing to lit green
Power
Computer
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Menu
S-Video/Video Color Mode
A/V Mute
Freeze
E-Zoom
Enter
Auto
ESC
Remote control
Tip :
The projector's control panel and remote control buttons cannot be operated while the
Power indicator is flashing green.
Depending on the settings, the message "No-Signal." may appear. See "Setting" - "NoSignal Msg." (p.51)
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Turning On the Projector
4
If more than one signal source has
been connected, use the
projector's control panel or the
remote control buttons to select the
port which the signal source that
you would like to use is connected
to, while referring to the following
table.
Power
Computer
Menu
Computer/
Component Video
S-Video
Video
The image
source changes
each time
[Source] is
pressed.
A/V Mute
Freeze
E-Zoom
Projector
Button to press
Projector
Remote control
Port
S-Video/Video Color Mode
[Computer]
[S-Video/Video]
Remote control
Display at top-right of
screen
Computer *
YCbCr *
YPbPr *
S-Video
Video
* The items selected using the "Input Signal" command in the "Video" menu
will appear.
Tip :
• If only one signal source has been connected, the signals from that source will be
projected without needing to press one of the buttons from the previous table.
• If the "No-Signal." message does not disappear, check the connections again.
• If a laptop computer or a computer with an LCD screen has been connected to the
projector, the images may not be projected straight away. After making the
connections, check that the computer has been set up to output signals externally.
The following table shows examples of how to toggle output settings. For details, refer
to the section of the documentation provided with your computer under a heading such
as "External output", "Connecting an external monitor" or similar.
NEC
[Fn]+[F3]
Panasonic
[Fn]+[F3]
Toshiba
[Fn]+[F5]
IBM
[Fn]+[F7]
Sony
[Fn]+[F7]
Fujitsu
Macintosh
[Fn]+[F10]
After startup, change
the Control Panel
adjustments so that
Mirroring is active
• If the same still picture is projected for a long period of time, the projected image may
become burned in on the computer screen. You should avoid leaving the same image
displayed for long periods.
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Turning Off the Projector
Follow the procedure below to turn off the power for the projector.
Procedure
1
Turn off the power for the signal sources that are connected to
the projector.
Check that the power for all connected components has been turned off.
2
Press the [Power] button on either
the projector's control panel or the
remote control.
The following confirmation message will
appear.
Menu
S-Video/Video Color Mode
A/V Mute
Freeze
E-Zoom
Projector
Power OFF?
Please press
to power off .
Power
Computer
Remote control
key again
If you do not want to turn off the power, press any button except the
[Power] button.
If you do not press any button, the message will disappear automatically
after seven seconds. (The power will not turn off at this time.)
3
Press the [Power] button once
more.
The lamp will switch off. The Power
indicator will flash orange and cooldown will start.
The cool-down period lasts for about 20
seconds.
(This varies depending on factors such as
the ambient air temperature.)
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Tip :
The projector's control panel and remote control buttons cannot be operated while the
Power indicator is flashing orange. Wait until it lights steadily.
4
Check that the cool-down is complete.
When cool-down is complete, the Power indicator lights orange.
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Turning Off the Projector
5
Unplug the power cable from the electrical outlet.
Caution :
Do not disconnect the power cable from the outlet while the Power indicator is still
flashing orange, otherwise it may result in errors in projector operation and reduce the
lamp unit operating life.
6
Retract the front adjustable feet if
they are extended.
Gently push down on the projector while
simultaneously pressing the two foot
adjust buttons.
Foot adjust buttons
7
Attach the lens cover.
Attach the lens cover to the lens when not
using the projector, in order to stop the
lens from getting dusty or dirty.
Lens cover
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Adjusting the Screen Image
You can correct and adjust the screen image in order to obtain the best possible
picture.
Adjusting the Image Size
The size of the projected image is basically determined by the distance from the
projector to the screen. (p.16)
If further minor adjustment is required, press the [Zoom] button on the
projector's control panel to make the adjustment. Minor adjustments can be
made to the image size to between a zoom ratio of approximately 1.0 to 1.2 in
33 steps.
Tip :
The E-Zoom function lets you enlarge parts of the image. (p.45)
Procedure
Press the [Zoom] button on the projector's control panel.
When pressed to the [W] side, the images become larger.
Projector
When pressed to the [T] side, the images become smaller.
Projector
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Adjusting the Screen Image
Adjusting the Image Angle
The projector should be set up so that it is as perpendicular to the screen as
possible.
Seen from the side
Seen from above
9.6
Centre of
lens
1
If it is not possible to set up the projector so that it is perpendicular to the
screen, it can be set up at a slight vertical angle instead. You can extend or
retract the front adjustable feet to adjust the projection angle within a maximum
range of 10º.
Procedure
While pressing the two foot adjust
buttons at either side, lift up the front
of the projector so that the front
adjustable feet can extend.
Extend the front adjustable feet until the
desired angle is obtained, and then release the
foot adjust buttons.
To retract the front adjustable feet, gently push
down on the projector while pressing the two
foot adjust buttons.
Foot adjust buttons
(side)
Tip :
• When the foot is adjusted, it may cause the projected images to become distorted. Use
the keystone correction function to adjust this distortion. (p.35)
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Adjusting the Screen Image
• If the projector is tilted horizontally, turn the bases of the front adjustable feet to adjust
the angle.
Front adjustable
foot
Extend
Retract
Correcting Keystone Distortion
When the projector is tilted, it will cause keystone distortion to appear in the
image, but this distortion can be corrected using the keystone correction
function as long as the vertical angle of tilt is within a range of approximately
15º.
Approx. 15º above
Approx. 15º below
15º
15º
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Adjusting the Screen Image
Procedure
Keystone correction can be carried out using either the projector's control panel
or the configuration menu. The following explanation describes how to correct
keystone distortion using the projector's control panel.
For adjustment using the configuration menu: "Setting" - "Keystone" (p.51)
If the bottom of the
image is elongated
If the top of the image
is elongated
Projector
Projector
Tip :
• When keystone correction is carried out, the projected image will become smaller.
• The keystone correction settings are memorised even when the power is turned off. If
you change the position or angle of the projector, you may need to readjust the keystone
settings.
• If the images become uneven in appearance after keystone correction is carried out,
decrease the sharpness setting. (p.47, 48)
• If the value displayed in the gauge on the screen stops changing when keystone
correction is being carried out, it indicates that the limit for keystone correction has
been exceeded. Check that the projector has not been set up at an angle which exceeds
the proper limit.
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Adjusting the Image Quality
The quality of the screen images can be adjusted as follows.
Focusing the Screen Image
Procedure
Turn the focus ring to adjust the image
focus.
Turn the focus ring of the projector until the
projected images are in proper focus.
Focus ring
Tip :
• If the surface of the lens is dirty or misted over as a result of condensation, it may not
be possible to adjust the focus correctly. If this happens, clean or de-mist the lens.
(p.66, 72)
• If the projector is positioned outside the normal projecting range of 0.9–11.3 m (2.9–
37.0 ft.), it may not be possible to obtain the correct focus. If you have trouble
obtaining the correct focus, check the projection distance.
Adjusting Computer Images
Automatic Setup
Automatic setup detects the status of the signals coming from the connected
computer, and automatically adjusts these signals so that the optimum images
can be obtained. It involves adjustment of the following three items:
Tracking , Position and Sync .
Tip :
• If "Auto Setup" in the "Video" menu is set to "OFF" (the default setting for this item is
"ON"), automatic setup is not carried out. If you press the [Auto] button on the remote
control while computer signals are being projected, adjustment will then be carried
out.
Enter
Auto
ESC
Remote control
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Adjusting the Image Quality
• If you press the [Auto] button while the E-Zoom or Freeze function is being used or
while a configuration menu or help menu is being displayed, the function will be
cancelled when you press the [Auto] button, and then the adjustment will be carried
out.
• Sometimes the signals may not be adjusted correctly depending on the type of signals
being output by the computer. In such cases, use the configuration menu commands to
adjust the tracking and sync settings manually. (p.38, 39)
Adjusting the Tracking
If vertical stripes appear in the projected
images, and this cannot be fixed using
automatic setup, you will need to adjust the
tracking manually using the following
procedure.
Procedure
1
Press the [Menu] button on the
remote control, and then select
"Tracking" from the "Video"
menu.
For details on this operation, refer to
"Using the Configuration Menus".
(p.56)
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Return
2
Press the [ ] and [ ] buttons
to set the tracking value.
The tracking value increases or
decreases each time a button is
pressed.
: Select
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Return
3
Position
Adjust
: 0000
Tracking
:
Sync .
0
+
Brightness :
0 :
Contrast
+
0 +
Sharpness :
0 ]
Select [Normal
Color Mode
Input Signal : RGB YUV( YCbCr YPbPr)
Auto Setup : ON OFF
Reset
Execute
: Adjust
Position
Adjust
: 1000
Tracking
0
Sync .
:
0 Brightness :
+
:
Contrast
0 +
0 Sharpness :
+
Select [Normal
]
Color Mode
Input Signal : RGB YUV( YCbCr YPbPr)
Auto Setup : ON OFF
Reset
Execute
: Select
: Adjust
After making the adjustment, press the [Menu] button to exit
the configuration menu.
Tip :
The image will flash when continuous tracking adjustment is carried out, but this is
normal.
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Adjusting the Image Quality
Adjusting the Sync
If flickering, fuzziness or interference appear
in images that are input from the computer,
and this cannot be fixed using automatic setup,
you will need to adjust the sync manually
using the following procedure.
Procedure
1
Press the [Menu] button on the
remote control, and then select
"Sync." from the "Video"
menu.
For details on this operation, refer to
"Using the Configuration Menus".
(p.56)
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Return
2
Press the [ ] and [ ] buttons
to set the sync value.
The sync value increases or
decreases each time a button is
pressed.
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Return
3
: Select
: Select
Position
:
Tracking
:
Sync .
Brightness :
:
Contrast
Sharpness :
Color Mode
Input Signal :
Adjust
0
0
0 +
0 +
0 +
]
Select [Normal
RGB YUV( YCbCr YPbPr)
Auto Setup :
Reset
ON
OFF
Execute
: Adjust
Position
:
Tracking
:
Sync .
Brightness :
:
Contrast
Sharpness :
Color Mode
Input Signal :
Adjust
0
10
0 +
0 +
0 +
]
Select [Normal
RGB YUV( YCbCr YPbPr)
Auto Setup :
Reset
ON
OFF
Execute
: Adjust
After making the adjustment, press the [Menu] button to exit
the configuration menu.
Tip :
• If you adjust the sync without adjusting the tracking first, it will not be possible to get
the best adjustment results. Incorrect tracking adjustment may not be noticeable with
some types of picture. However, pictures with lots of lines and shading will tend to
show incorrect tracking adjustments more clearly, so be sure to check the tracking
adjustment first.
• It may also be possible to fix flickering and fuzziness by adjusting the brightness,
contrast , sharpness and keystone correction settings.
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Adjusting the Image Quality
Selecting the Colour Mode
The following six preset colour modes are available for use depending on the
characteristics of the images that are being projected. You can easily obtain the
optimum image quality simply by selecting the colour mode that corresponds to
the projected images. The brightness of the images will vary depending on
which colour mode is selected.
Mode
sRGB
Normal
Meeting
Presentation
Theatre
Game
Application
Images conform to the sRGB colour standard. If the connected
source has an sRGB mode, set both the projector and the
connected signal source to sRGB.
Brightness is emphasised. For presentation in bright rooms.
Images are modulated using their original tints, with no colour
enhancement.
For presentations in dark rooms.
Movie images are optimised using natural tints.
Brightness is emphasised. Ideal for playing video games in
bright rooms.
Procedure
The colour mode changes as follows
each time the [Color Mode] button on
the remote control is pressed.
Normal → Meeting → Presentation →
Theatre → Game → sRGB ...
Power
Computer
Menu
S-Video/Video Color Mode
A/V Mute
Freeze
Remote control
The current setting appears in the top-right
corner of the screen each time the colour mode
is changed.
The default colour mode setting is "Normal"
when computer image signals are being input,
and "Theatre" when component video or
video signals are being input.
Normal
Tip :
The colour mode can also be set using the "Color Mode" command in the "Video" menu.
(p.47, 49)
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Advanced Operations
This chapter describes functions for enhancing the projection of
images, and how to use the configuration menus.
Functions for Enhancing Projection................................42
• A/V Mute .............................................................................................. 42
• Freeze .................................................................................................... 43
• Wide-screen Projection of Component Video and Video Images
(Changing the Aspect Ratio).............................................................. 44
• E-Zoom ................................................................................................. 45
Using the Configuration Menu Functions .......................46
• List of Functions................................................................................... 46
•
•
•
•
•
•
"Video" Menu ................................................................................................... 46
"Audio" Menu ................................................................................................... 50
"Setting" Menu.................................................................................................. 51
"Advanced" Menu............................................................................................. 52
"About" Menu ................................................................................................... 54
"Reset All" Menu .............................................................................................. 55
• Using the Configuration Menus.......................................................... 56
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
This section describes the various useful functions that can be used to enhance
presentations.
A/V Mute
This function momentarily pauses the image and sound.
For example, it can be used when you do not want to show viewers details of
operations such as selecting different files while computer images are being
projected.
However, if you use this function when projecting moving images, the images
and sound will still continue to be played back by the source, and you cannot
return to the point where the mute function was activated.
Procedure
Press the [A/V Mute] button on the
remote control.
The image and sound will then be paused.
Menu
A/V Mute
Freeze
E-Zoom
Enter
Press the [A/V Mute] button on the remote
control to continue normal projection.
Remote control
When the images and sound have been momentarily paused, one of the
following two types of display appears depending on the "A/V Mute" setting in
the "Setting" menu. (p.51)
Solid black
Solid blue
Default setting
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
Freeze
This function pauses only the projected images. The sound keeps playing
without pausing.
The image source will still be playing back the images even while projection is
paused, and so it will not be possible to resume projection from the point where
it was paused.
Procedure
Press the [Freeze] button on the
remote control.
The images will then be paused.
Menu
A/V Mute
Freeze
E-Zoom
Enter
To continue projecting the images, either press
the [Freeze] button again or press the [ESC]
button.
Remote control
Tip :
• Pressing the [Freeze] button also clears menu displays and help messages.
• The Freeze function still works while the E-Zoom function is being used.
However, in this case the Freeze function can only be cancelled by pressing the
[Freeze] button.
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
Wide-screen Projection of Component Video and Video
Images (Changing the Aspect Ratio)
This function changes the aspect ratio of images from 4:3 to 16:9 when
component video images (YCbCr and YPbPr) or video images (S-Video or
composite video) are being projected. Images which have been recorded in
digital video or onto DVDs can be viewed in 16:9 wide-screen format.
When images in squeeze
mode are projected at 4:3
When images in squeeze
mode are projected at 16:9
Procedure
1
Press the [Menu] button on the
remote control, and then select
"Aspect Ratio" from the
"Video" menu.
For details on this operation, refer to
"Using the Configuration Menus".
(p.56)
Video
Position
Audio
Brightness :
0
Setting
Contrast
:
:
Color
:
Tint
Sharpness :
0
-
+
0
-
+
0
0
-
+
Advanced
About
Reset All
2
Press the [ ] and [ ] buttons
to set the aspect ratio to either
"4:3" or "16:9", and then press
the [Enter] button.
: Select
+
Select [Auto
4: 3
]
]
16: 9
Execute
: Set
Video
Position
Audio
Brightness :
0
Setting
Contrast
:
:
Color
:
Tint
Sharpness :
0
-
+
0
-
+
0
0
-
+
Advanced
About
Reset All
/
: Select
+
-
+
Select [Theatre
Video Signal
Select [Auto
Reset
: Return
Adjust
-
Color Mode
Aspect Ratio:
3
Select [Theatre
Video Signal
Reset
/
+
Color Mode
Aspect Ratio:
: Return
Adjust
-
4: 3
]
]
16: 9
Execute
: Set
After making the adjustment, press the [Menu] button to exit
the configuration menu.
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Functions for Enhancing Projection
E-Zoom
This function lets you enlarge and reduce a part of projected images such as
graphs and tables.
Procedure
1
Press the [E-Zoom ] button on the
remote control.
A cursor (cross) indicating the centre
point for the area to be enlarged will
appear on the screen.
E-Zoom
Enter
Auto
ESC
Remote control
2
Move the cross to the area of the
image that is to be enlarged or
reduced.
Press the [ ], [ ], [ ] and [ ] buttons
on the remote control to move the cross.
3
When [ ] is pressed, the image is
enlarged with the cross as its centre. When [ ] is pressed, the
enlarged picture is then reduced.
The enlargement ratio will appear at the bottom-right of the screen.
You can scroll around the image by pressing the [ ], [ ], [ ] and [ ]
buttons.
Cross
Shows enlargement ratio
To cancel the E-Zoom, press the [ESC] button.
Tip :
The selected area can be enlarged to between 1–4 times, in 25 steps of x0.125.
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Using the Configuration Menu Functions
The configuration menus can be used to carry out a variety of settings and
adjustments.
The menus have a hierarchical structure, with a main menu that is divided into
sub-menus, which are further divided into other sub-menus.
The remote control is used to operate the menus. Refer to "Using the
Configuration Menus" (p.56) for details on using the menus.
Main menu
Sub-menu (Video)
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Select
Position
Adjust
: 0000
Tracking
:
0
Sync .
+
0
Brightness :
:
Contrast
+
0
+
0
Sharpness :
Color Mode
Select [Normal
]
Input Signal : RGB YUV( YCbCr YPbPr)
Auto Setup : ON OFF
Reset
Execute
: Enter
List of Functions
"Video" Menu
• The functions in the "Video" menu apart from "Input Signal", "Auto Setup"
and "Video Signal" cannot be adjusted while no image signal is being input.
• The functions which appear in the "Video" menu will change depending on the
type of input source being used for the image signal. Functions which are not
available in the "Video" menu for a particular input source cannot be adjusted.
Computer (Analogue-RGB)/RGB video
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Select
Position
Adjust
: 0000
Tracking
:
Sync .
0
Brightness :
0
+
:
Contrast
0
+
Sharpness :
0
+
]
Select [Normal
Color Mode
Input Signal : RGB YUV( YCbCr YPbPr)
Auto Setup : ON OFF
Reset
Execute
: Enter
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Using the Configuration Menu Functions
"Video" Menu
Sub-menu
Function
Default
Position
Moves the image display position vertically and
Depends on
horizontally.
connection
• Press the [Enter] button and make the adjustment using
the display position adjustment sub-menu that appears.
Tracking
Adjusts computer images when vertical stripes appear in
the images.
Sync.
Depends on
Adjusts computer images when flickering, fuzziness or
connection
interference appear in the images.
• Flickering and fuzziness may also appear when the
brightness, contrast , sharpness or keystone settings
are adjusted.
• You can obtain the best results if you adjust the tracking
first and then adjust the sync.
Brightness
Adjusts the image brightness.
Median
value (0)
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and shade in the
images.
Median
value (0)
Sharpness
Adjusts the image sharpness.
Median
value (0)
Color Mode
Corrects the vividness of the image colour. The settings Normal
can be saved separately for each type of source (computer
or video source). You can select from six different quality
settings depending on the surroundings.
• sRGB : Images conform to the sRGB standard.*
• Normal : Brightness is emphasised. For presentation
in bright rooms.
• Meeting : Images are modulated using their original
tints, with no colour enhancement.
• Presentation: For presentations in dark rooms.
• Theatre : Movie images are optimised using natural
tints.
• Game
: Brightness is emphasised. Ideal for playing
video games in bright rooms.
Input Signal
Selects the input source to be used.
• Select "RGB" when projecting computer images or
RGB video images.
Auto Setup
Selects whether the automatic adjustment function for
ON
automatically optimising images when the input source is
changed is turned ON or OFF.
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Depends on
connection
Depends on
connection
Using the Configuration Menu Functions
Sub-menu
Reset
Function
Default
-
Resets all adjustment values for the "Video" menu
functions except for the "Input Signal" setting to their
default settings.
• Press the [Enter] button to display the confirmation
screen, and select "Yes".
• Select "Reset All" to return all menu settings to their
default settings. (p.55)
* If set to sRGB, the colour temperature for the "Color Adjustment" command in the
"Advanced" menu will be set to 6500K.
Component (YCbCr , YPbPr )
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
Position
Brightness :
Contrast
:
Color
:
Tint
:
Sharpness :
Color Mode
Input Signal :
Video (S-Video, Composite video)
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
Adjust
0
0
0
0
0
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
Position
Brightness :
Contrast
:
Color
:
Tint
:
Sharpness :
Color Mode
Video Signal :
]
Select [Theatre
RGB YUV( YCbCr YPbPr)
Aspect Ratio :
4: 3
16: 9
Reset
Execute
: Select
Aspect Ratio :
Reset
: Enter
: Select
Adjust
0
0
0
0
0
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
Select [Theatre
]
Select [Auto
4: 3
16: 9
]
Execute
: Enter
"Video" Menu
Sub-menu
Function
Default
Position
Moves the image display position vertically and
Depends on
horizontally.
connection
• Press the [Enter] button and make the adjustment using
the display position adjustment sub-menu that appears.
Brightness
Adjusts the image brightness.
Median
value (0)
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and shade in the
images.
Median
value (0)
Color
(Not available for RGB video)
Adjusts the colour intensity for the images.
Median
value (0)
Tint
(Not available for RGB video)
(Adjustment is only possible when component video
NTSC signals are being input.)
Adjust the image tint.
Sharpness
Adjusts the image sharpness.
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Median
or value (0)
Median
value (0)
Using the Configuration Menu Functions
Sub-menu
Function
Default
Color Mode
Corrects the vividness of the image colour. The settings Theatre
can be saved separately for each type of source (computer
or video source). You can select from six different quality
settings depending on the surroundings.
• sRGB : Images conform to the sRGB standard.*
• Normal : Brightness is emphasised. For presentation in
bright rooms.
• Meeting: Images are modulated using their original
tints, with no colour enhancement.
• Presentation: For presentations in dark rooms.
• Theatre : Movie images are optimised using natural
tints. The black & white extension function
operates so that differences in colour
gradations (darkness and lightness of colours)
are accentuated even for images that are very
dark or very bright, to make them easier to
view.
• Game : Brightness is emphasised. Ideal for playing
video games in bright rooms.
Input Signal
(Adjustment is only possible when component video
signals are being input.)
Selects the input source to be used.
Depends on
connection
Video Signal (Adjustment is only possible when composite video/SAuto
Video signals are being input.)
Sets the video signal format.
• Press the [Enter] button, and choose the setting from the
video signal format selection sub-menu which appears.
• When set to "Auto", the video signal format is set
automatically.
Aspect
Ratio
Sets the aspect ratio for projected images.
Depends on
connection
Reset
Resets all adjustment values for the "Video" menu
functions except for the "Input Signal" and "Video
Signal" setting to their default settings.
• Press the [Enter] button to display the confirmation
screen, and select "Yes".
• Select "Reset All" to return all menu settings to their
default settings. (p.55)
-
* If set to sRGB, the colour temperature for the "Color Adjustment" command in the
"Advanced" menu will be set to 6500K.
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Using the Configuration Menu Functions
"Audio" Menu
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Select
Volume
:
Tone
:
Audio Input :
Reset
10
-
0
-
Computer
Execute
+
+
Video
: Enter
Sub-menu
Function
Default
Volume
Adjusts the volume.
Median
value (10)
Tone
Adjusts the tone.
Median
value (0)
Audio Input
Depends on
Selects the input source for audio signals.
The default setting varies depending on the type of signal connection
being input (for computer, component video and RGB
video input signals: Computer; for video input signals:
Video). Therefore, if audio signals are being input to a
different port from the default port, you will need to
select the audio signal input source.
• Computer: Audio signals will be input to the stereo mini
jack (left side).
• Video
: Audio signals will be input to the RCA pin
jack (left side).
Reset
Resets all adjustment values for the "Audio" menu
functions to their default settings.
• Press the [Enter] button to display the confirmation
screen, and select "Yes".
• Select "Reset All" to return all menu settings to their
default settings. (p.55)
-
Tip :
The "Audio" menu settings are saved individually for each input signal source.
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Using the Configuration Menu Functions
"Setting" Menu
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Select
Keystone
:
0
No-Signal Msg. :
Prompt
:
OFF
-
+
Black Blue
ON OFF
Color Mode Prompt :
ON OFF
:
Black Blue
Sleep Mode
Reset
:
: ON OFF
A/V Mute
Execute
: Enter
Sub-menu
Function
Default
Keystone
Corrects vertical keystone distortion in images.
• When keystone correction is carried out, the
projected image will become smaller.
• If the images become uneven in appearance after
keystone correction is carried out, decrease the
sharpness setting.
Median
value (0)
No-Signal Msg.
Sets the message status and background colour at
times such as when no image signal is being input.
When set to "OFF", the background colour becomes
black and no message is displayed.
Blue
Prompt
Sets whether the input signal name is displayed on
the screen or not when the input signal is changed.
ON
Color Mode
Prompt
Sets whether the colour mode prompt is displayed on ON
the screen or not when the colour mode is changed.
A/V Mute
Sets the screen status when the [A/V Mute] button on Black
the remote control is pressed.
Sleep Mode
Sets the energy saving operation when no signal is
ON
being input.
• When set to "ON", projection stops automatically
and then after the cool-down period is finished,
the projector changes to sleep mode if no operations
are carried out for 30 minutes while the "NoSignal." message is being displayed. (The Power
indicator lights orange.)
• Projection starts again when the [Power] button on
the projector's control panel or the remote control is
pressed.
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Using the Configuration Menu Functions
Sub-menu
Function
Default
Resets all adjustment values for the "Setting" menu
functions to their default settings.
• Press the [Enter] button to display the confirmation
screen, and select "Yes".
• Select "Reset All" to return all menu settings–
including settings for the "Video" and "Audio"
menus–to their default settings. (p.55)
Reset
"Advanced" Menu
Video
Language
Audio
Color Adjustment
Setting
Advanced
Rear Proj .
About
Ceiling
Reset All
Reset
: Select
Select [English]
:
Color Temp.
RGB
Adjust
: ON OFF
: ON OFF
Execute
: Enter
Sub-menu
Function
Default
Language
Sets the language for message displays.
• Press the [Enter] button and select the language from
the selection menu that appears.
English
Color
Adjustment
Adjusts the colour temperature and intensity of each
RGB colour for each input source.
• Color Temp.: Lets you adjust bright colours within a
range from reddish tinges to bluish tinges.
If the colour temperature is lower, colours
appear reddish and colour tones appear
softer.
If the colour temperature is higher,
colours appear bluish and colour tones
appear sharper.
Press the [Enter] button and make the
adjustment in the colour adjustment submenu that appears.
Color
Temp.:
Depends on
connection
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Using the Configuration Menu Functions
• RGB
: Sets the colour intensity for each RGB (red/
green/blue) colour in the image.
Press the [Enter] button, select "R" (red),
"G" (green) or "B" (blue) and make the
adjustment in the colour adjustment submenu that appears.
You can adjust the colours while viewing the
results on the screen.
(This item cannot be selected if "sRGB" has been
selected as the "Color Mode" setting in the "Video"
menu.)
Rear Proj.
Use when projecting images from behind a translucent
screen.
When set to "ON", the projected images are horizontally
reversed.
OFF
Ceiling
Use when installing the projector to a ceiling. When set
to "ON", the projected images are horizontally and
vertically reversed.
OFF
Reset
Resets all adjustment values for the "Advanced" menu
functions except for the "Language" setting to their
default settings.
• Press the [Enter] button to display the confirmation
screen, and select "Yes".
• Select "Reset All" to return all menu settings including
settings for the "Video" and "Audio" menus to their
default settings. (p.55)
-
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Using the Configuration Menu Functions
"About" Menu
• The "About" menu shows the setting details for the current image source.
• The "Lamp" item appears as 0H for 0–10 hours, and after that, it appears in
units of 1 hour.
Computer/RGB video/
Video (S-Video, Composite video)
Component video
(Analogue-RGB, YCbCr , YPbPr )
Video
Lamp
Audio
Reset Lamp Timer
Setting
Video Source
: Computer
Advanced
Input Signal
About
Lamp
Audio
Reset Lamp Timer
Setting
Video Source
: Video
: RGB
Advanced
Video Signal
: Auto (----)
Frequency
: H ---.--kHz
V ---.--Hz
About
SYNC Polarity
: H -----V ------
SYNC Mode
Resolution
: -----: --- x---
Refresh Rate
: ---.--Hz
Execute
0H
Execute
Reset All
: Enter
Sub-menu
:
Video
Reset All
: Select
: 0H
: Select
: Enter
Function
Default
Lamp
Displays the cumulative lamp operating time.
• When the lamp warning period is reached, the display
characters appear in red.
0H
Reset Lamp
Timer
Initialises the lamp operating time. When this command is selected, the cumulative lamp operating time is reset to
the initial default value.
Video Source Displays the input source which is currently being
projected.
Input Signal
Displays the input signal settings.
(Does not appear when the input source is composite
video or S-Video.)
Video Signal Shows the video signal format.
(Does not appear when the input source is computer,
component video or RGB video.)
-
Frequency
Displays the horizontal and vertical scanning frequencies. (Does not appear when the input source is composite
video or S-Video.)
SYNC
Polarity
Displays the sync polarity.
(Does not appear when the input source is composite
video or S-Video.)
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-
Using the Configuration Menu Functions
Sub-menu
Function
Default
SYNC Mode Displays the sync attributes.
(Does not appear when the input source is composite
video or S-Video.)
-
Resolution
Displays the input resolution.
(Does not appear when the input source is composite
video or S-Video.)
-
Refresh
Rate
Displays the refresh rate.
(Does not appear when the input source is composite
video or S-Video.)
-
"Reset All" Menu
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
: Select
Execute
: Execute
Sub-menu
Execute
Function
Resets all items in all menus to their default settings. • Press the [Enter] button to display the confirmation
screen, and select "Yes".
• Select "Reset" in an individual menu to reset only
the settings for the items in each sub-menu.
• The "Input Signal", "Video Signal", "Lamp" and
"Language" settings will not return to their default
settings.
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Default
Using the Configuration Menu Functions
Using the Configuration Menus
The configuration menus can be operated using the remote control only.
Procedure
1
Menu
Press the [Menu] button on the
remote control.
The main menu will be displayed.
A/V Mute
Freeze
E-Zoom
Enter
Remote control
2
Select a menu item.
Press the [ ] or [ ] button to move to an
item to be selected.
Video
Audio
Setting
Advanced
About
Reset All
3
4
Confirm the selection.
Press the [Enter] button to confirm the
selection of a menu item.
The selected sub-menu will then be
displayed.
Select a sub-menu item.
Press the [ ] or [ ] button to move to an
item to be selected.
Language
Color Adjustment :
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RGB
Rear Proj .
:
ON OFF
Ceiling
:
ON OFF
Reset
Execute
Language
Color Adjustment :
Select [English]
Color Temp.
RGB
Rear Proj .
:
ON OFF
Ceiling
:
ON OFF
Reset
The items appearing in the "Video" menu
and the "About" menu will vary
depending on the type of input source
being projected.
Select [English]
Color Temp.
Execute
Adjust
Adjust
Using the Configuration Menu Functions
5
Select a setting value.
Press the [ ] and [ ] buttons to change
the setting value.
For commands which have ON/OFF
settings, use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to
select the desired setting, and then press
the [Enter] button.
Color Adjustment
Color Temp. :
8000K -
+
Tip :
• Sub-menu items which cause another sub-menu to be displayed when they are selected
have
after them. If you select such menu items and press the [Enter] button, you
can then change the settings in the next sub-menu which appears.
• Refer to "List of Functions" for details on the functions of each menu item. (p.46)
6
Select other menu items in the same way.
Repeat steps 2 to 5 to change the setting for other menu items. To return to
a previous menu, press the [ESC] button.
7
Close the menu.
Press the [Menu] button.
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Troubleshooting
This section describes how to identify problems and what to do if a
problem is found.
Using the Help ...................................................................60
When Having Some Trouble .............................................61
• Power Indicator.................................................................................... 61
•
(Warning) Indicator ...................................................................... 62
When the Indicators Provide No Help..............................64
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Using the Help
If a problem occurs with the projector, the Help function uses on-screen
displays to assist you in solving the problem. It uses a series of menus in a
question and answer format.
Procedure
1
Press the [Help] button on the
projector's control panel.
The help menu will be displayed.
Projector
2
Select a menu item.
If using the control panel, the
[ Select ] buttons function as the up
and down keys.
If using the remote control, press the [ ]
and [ ] buttons to select an item.
E-Zoom
Enter
Auto
Projector
ESC
Remote control
Hel p Menu
Help for the image
Help for the sound
Language selection (Language)
If the suggested solution in Help doesn't solve the
problem, unplug the power from the wall outlet and contact
your local dealer.
: Select
3
: Enter
: Exit
Confirm the selection.
Press the [Enter] button to confirm the
selection of a menu item.
Menu
Enter
ESC
Remote control
Projector
Repeat the operations in steps 2
and 3 to proceed through the menu
to more detailed items.
You can exit the help menu at any time by
pressing the [Help] button.
Freeze
E-Zoom
Auto
4
A/V Mute
Hel p Menu
No image appears on the screen.
The image is distorted.
The image is not displayed fully on the screen.
(cut of f/ too big/ too small/ partial)
The color of the image is abnormal .
The image is too dark.
The image is trapezoidal.
Return
: Select
: Enter
: Exit
Tip :
If the Help function does not provide a solution to the problem, refer to "When
Having Some Trouble" (p.61) or "When the Indicators Provide No Help" (p.64).
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When Having Some Trouble
If you are having a problem with the projector, first check the projector's
indicators.
The projector is provided with the following two indicators. These indicators
alert you to problems with projector operation.
Power indicator
Warning indicator
r
we
Po
The following tables show what the indicators mean and how to remedy
problems that they indicate.
Power Indicator
: lit
Status
Orange
Orange
Cause
Remedy or Status
: flashing
See
Page
Standby
status
(Not abnormal)
The power cable should only be disconnected
when the projector is in this condition.
Press the [Power] button to start projection.
p.28
Cool-down in
progress
(Not abnormal)
• Please wait.
The cool-down period lasts for about 20
seconds.
• The [Power] button does not work during
cool-down. Press the button again after cooldown ends.
p.31
Green
Projection in
progress
(Not abnormal)
Green
Warm-up in
progress
(Not abnormal)
Please wait.
Warm-up time is approximately 40 seconds.
After warm-up is complete, the flashing green
indicator changes to steady green.
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p.29
p.29
When Having Some Trouble
(Warning) Indicator
: lit
Status
Cause
Remedy or Status
Red
High internal
temperature
(overheating)
The lamp will turn off automatically and
projection will stop. Wait for about 5 minutes
without operating the projector. After about 5
minutes have elapsed, unplug the power cable
and then check the following two points.
• Check that the air inlet and air outlet are
clear, and that the projector is not positioned
against a wall.
• If the air filter is dirty, it should be cleaned.
When the power cable is plugged back in, the
projector will return to its previous state, so
press the [Power] button on either the
projector's control panel or the remote control
to turn it back on. If the projector continues to
overheat even after the above points have been
checked, or if the indicators show a problem
when the power is turned back on, stop using
the projector, disconnect the power cable from
the electrical outlet, and contact your dealer or
the nearest address provided at "International
Warranty Conditions" in Safety Instructions/
World-Wide Warranty Terms.
Red
(0.5second
intervals)
Problem with
lamp
Disconnect the power cable from the electrical
outlet and then remove the lamp and check if it
is broken. If the lamp is not broken, reinstall it.
Then reconnect the power cable and press the
[Power] button on either the projector's control
panel or the remote control to turn the power
back on.
If the indicators still show a problem, stop
using the projector, disconnect the power cable
from the electrical outlet, and contact your
dealer or the nearest address provided at
"International Warranty Conditions" in Safety
Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms.
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: flashing
See
Page
p.16
p.73
p.76
When Having Some Trouble
Red
p.76
Check that the lamp and the lamp cover are
securely installed. If the lamp or lamp cover is
not securely installed, the lamp will not switch
on.
p.76
Internal
problem
Stop using the projector, disconnect the power
cable from the electrical outlet, and contact
your dealer or the nearest address provided at
"International Warranty Conditions" in Safety
Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms.
High-speed
cooling in
progress
(This is not an abnormality, but if the
temperature rises too high again, projection
will stop automatically.)
• Set the projector up in a place which is wellventilated, and so that the air filter and
exhaust vents are clear.
• Clean the air filter.
(1-second
intervals)
Orange
If the lamp is broken replace by a new lamp,
or contact your local dealer for further advise.
If replacing the lamp yourself, be careful to
avoid pieces of broken glass.
(Projection cannot be carried out until the
lamp is replaced.)
p.16
p.73
Tip :
• If the projector is not operating properly even though the indicators are all showing
normal, refer to "When the Indicators Provide No Help" on the following page.
• If an indicator is showing a status which does not appear in the previous tables,
contact your dealer or the nearest address provided at "International Warranty
Conditions" in Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms.
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When the Indicators Provide No Help
If any of the following problems occur and the indicators do not offer a
solution, refer to the pages given for each problem.
• No images appear
• Poor image quality (out of
focus or distorted)
• Only part of the image is
displayed (Large/small)
• The image colours are not
right
(p.64, 65)
(p.65, 66)
(p.67)
(p.68)
• Images appear dark
• Images appear greenish
Images appear purplish
• No sound can be heard
• The remote control does
not work
• The power does not turn
off
(p.68)
(p.69)
(p.69)
(p.69)
(p.70)
No images appear (Nothing at all appears)
• Was the power turned off and then straight back on
again?
After the power is turned off (during cool-down ), the
[Power] buttons on the projector's control panel and the
remote control will not work. Wait until cool-down has
finished. You can then use the [Power] buttons. (p.31)
No images appear
• Is sleep mode active?
When sleep mode has been set to "ON", the lamp turns off
automatically if no operations are carried out for 30
minutes while no image signal is being input. The Power
indicator lights orange at this time. "Setting" - "Sleep
Mode" (p.51)
• Have you pressed the [Power] button?
(p.29)
• Has the image brightness been adjusted correctly?
"Video" - "Brightness" (p.47, 48)
• Is A/V Mute mode active?
(p.42)
• Is the projected image completely black?
Some input images, such as screen savers, may be
completely black.
• Is an image signal being input?
If "No-Signal Msg. " in the "Setting" menu has been set to
"OFF", no messages will be displayed. Set it to "Black" or
"Blue" for messages to be displayed. If a message is
displayed, refer to the item indicated.
"Setting" - "No-Signal Msg. " (p.51)
• Try resetting all of the current settings.
"Reset All" - "Execute" (p.55)
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When the Indicators Provide No Help
No images appear (Messages do appear)
• Check the mode which corresponds to the frequency
of the image signals being output from the computer.
Refer to the documentation provided with your computer
for details on changing the resolution and frequency of the
image signals being output from the computer. (p.86)
"Not Supported." is
displayed
• Are the cables connected correctly?
(p.17–23)
• Does the input signal match the connected source?
Use the [Source] button on the projector's control panel (or
the [Computer] or [S-Video/Video] button on the remote
control) to select the correct signal source. (p.30)
"No-Signal." is displayed
• Is the power for the computer or video source turned
on?
(p.29)
• If a laptop computer or a computer with a LCD screen
has been connected to the projector, it is necessary to
output the image signals to the projector rather than
to the screen.
Normally image signals are output to only the computer's
LCD screen, so you need to change the output to an
external destination. For some computer models, when the
image signals are output externally, they no longer appear
on the LCD screen. For details, refer to the section of the
documentation provided with your computer under a
heading such as "External output", "Connecting an external
monitor" or similar. (p.30)
Poor image quality (out of focus or distorted)
• Has the focus been adjusted correctly?
(p.37)
• Is the lens cover still attached?
• The image is fuzzy
• Part of the image is
out of focus
• The whole image is
out of focus
• Has the front adjustable feet been adjusted so that the
image angle is too big?
If the image angle is too big, the image will be out of focus
vertically. (p.34)
• Is the projector at the correct distance?
The recommended distance from the projector to the screen
is within 0.9–11.3 m (2.9–37.0 ft.). Set up the projector so
that the projection distance is within this range. (p.16)
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When the Indicators Provide No Help
• Is the projector beam perpendicular to the screen?
(p.34)
• Is the lens dirty?
(p.72)
• Has condensation formed on the lens?
If the projector is suddenly taken from a cold environment
to a warm environment, condensation may form on the
surface of the lens, and this may cause the images to appear
fuzzy. Set the projector up in the room approximately one
hour before it is to be used. If condensation forms on the
lens, turn off the power and wait for the condensation to
disappear.
• Have the "Sync. ", "Tracking " and "Position" been
adjusted correctly?
If the "Auto Setup" command in the "Video" menu is set to
"OFF", press the [Auto] button on the remote control to
adjust these settings. If the images have not been correctly
adjusted after using the automatic setup function and after
pressing the [Auto] button, adjust the settings manually
using the respective menus. (p.37, 47)
• Are the image signal format settings correct?
If a computer, component video or RGB video source is
connected to the projector, use the "Input Signal" command
in the "Video" menu to select the signal format which
matches the signal connected source. (p.47, 49)
If a composite video or S-Video source is connected to
the projector, use the "Video Signal" command in the
"Video" menu to select the video signal format. (p.49)
• Are the cables connected correctly?
(p.17–23)
• Image is distorted
• Image contains
interference
• Has the correct resolution been selected?
Set the computer so that the signals that are output are
compatible with this projector. Refer to the documentation
provided with your computer for details on changing the
settings. (p.86)
• Have the "Sync. ", "Tracking " and "Position" been
adjusted correctly?
If the "Auto Setup" command in the "Video" menu is set to
"OFF", press the [Auto] button on the remote control to
adjust these settings. If the images have not been correctly
adjusted after using the automatic setup function and after
pressing the [Auto] button, adjust the settings manually
using the respective menus. (p.37, 47)
• Is an extension cable being used?
If an extension cable is used, electrical interference may
affect the signals. Use the accessory cables and check if
this helps.
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When the Indicators Provide No Help
• Are the image signal format settings correct?
If a computer, component video or RGB video source is
connected to the projector, use the "Input Signal" command
in the "Video" menu to select the signal format which
matches the signal connected source. (p.47, 49)
If a composite video or S-Video source is connected to
the projector, use the "Video Signal" command in the
"Video" menu to select the video signal format. (p.49)
Only part of the image is displayed (Large/small)
• Is the [Zoom] button setting correct?
Use the [Zoom] button to adjust the size of the image.
(p.33)
Only part of the image is
displayed
• Has the "Aspect Ratio " setting been selected
correctly?
Use the "Aspect Ratio" command in the "Video" menu to
set the aspect ratio to "4:3". (p.49)
• Is the E-Zoom function being used to enlarge the
image?
Press the [ESC] button on the remote control to cancel EZoom. (p.45)
• Has the "Position" setting been adjusted correctly?
Use the "Position" command in the "Video" menu to adjust.
(p.47, 48)
Small
• Has the correct resolution been selected?
Set the computer so that the signals that are output are
compatible with this projector. Refer to the documentation
provided with your computer for details on changing the
settings. (p.86)
• Change the resolution for the laptop computer or
computer with a LCD screen.
Change the resolution so that the image is displayed in the
whole of the projection area, or set the image signal to
external output only. (p.30)
• Has the computer been set for dual display?
If dual display has been activated in the Display Properties
of the connected computer's Control Panel, the projector
will only display about half of the image on the computer
screen. To display the whole of the image on the computer
screen, turn off the dual display setting. Refer to the video
driver manual for the computer's monitor for further
details.
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When the Indicators Provide No Help
The image colours are not right
• Has the image brightness been adjusted correctly?
"Video" - "Brightness" (p.47, 48)
• Are the cables connected correctly?
(p.17–23)
• Are the image signal format settings correct?
If the "Input Signal" command in the "Video" menu is set
to "YPbPr" or "YCbCr" when a computer is connected, the
projected images will appear purplish.
If a computer, component video or RGB video source is
connected to the projector, use the "Input Signal" command
in the "Video" menu to select the signal format which
matches the signal connected source. (p.47, 49)
If a composite video or S-Video source is connected to
the projector, use the "Video Signal" command in the
"Video" menu to select the video signal format. (p.49)
• Has the image contrast been adjusted correctly?
"Video" - "Contrast" (p.47, 48)
• Has the colour been adjusted correctly?
"Advanced" - "Color Adjustment" (p.52)
• Have the colour intensity and tint been adjusted
correctly?
(The colours may not exactly match the colours in the
image on the computer screen or LCD screen, but this is
normal and is not the sign of a problem.)
"Video" - "Color", "Tint" (p.48)
• Is the lamp due for replacement?
When the lamp is nearly due for replacement, the image
will become darker and the colour quality will become
poorer. When this happens, the lamp should be replaced
with a new one. (p.76)
Images appear dark
• Is the lamp due for replacement?
When the lamp is nearly due for replacement, the image
will become darker and the colour quality will become
poorer. When this happens, the lamp should be replaced
with a new one. (p.76)
• Has the image brightness been adjusted correctly?
"Video" - "Brightness" (p.47, 48)
• Has the image contrast been adjusted correctly?
"Video" - "Contrast" (p.47, 48)
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When the Indicators Provide No Help
Images appear greenish/Images appear purplish
• Do the input signal settings match the signals from
the connected device?
If the "Input Signal" command in the "Video" menu is set
to "RGB" when a component video signal source is
connected to the projector, the images will appear greenish.
If the "Input Signal" menu command is set to "YCbCr" or
"YPbPr" when a computer is connected, the projected
images will appear purplish. Select the correct signal
format for the connected source.
"Video" - "Input Signal" (p.47, 49)
No sound can be heard.
• Is the audio source connected correctly?
(p.18, 24)
• Has the correct audio input port been selected?
Use the "Audio Input" command in the "Audio" menu to
set the port for audio signal input. (p.50)
• Is sound being output from the audio source?
Check the volume for the audio source.
• Has the volume been adjusted to the minimum
setting?
(p.50)
• Is A/V Mute mode active?
The projector may be in A/V Mute mode. Press the [A/V
Mute] button on the remote control to cancel the A/V Mute
mode. (p.42)
The remote control does not work
Power
Computer
Menu
S-Video/Video Color Mode
A/V Mute
Freeze
• Is the remote control too far from the projector?
The operating distance for the remote control is
approximately 6 m (20 ft.). (p.14)
E-Zoom
Enter
Auto
• Is the remote control light-emitting area facing
towards the remote control light-receiving area when
it is operated?
The operating angle for the remote control is
approximately ±30º horizontally and approximately ±15º
vertically.
ESC
• Is direct sunlight or strong light from fluorescent
lamps shining onto the remote control light-receiving
area?
• Has the battery insulating tape been removed?
(p.13)
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When the Indicators Provide No Help
• Is there battery in the remote control?
(p.74)
• Is the battery dead?
• Has the battery been inserted correctly?
(p.74)
The power does not turn off (after the [Power] button is pressed)
• The Power indicator remains orange.
This projector is designed so that the Power indicator
remains lit even when after the power has been turned off.
The Power indicator will switch off when the power cable
is disconnected from the electrical outlet.
• The cooling fan does not stop.
After the [Power] button is pressed to turn off the power,
the cool-down period starts.
After this, the Power indicator changes to a steady orange,
and you can then disconnect the power cable from the
electrical outlet.
* The cool-down period lasts for about 20 seconds. The
actual time will vary depending on the external air
temperature.
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Appendices
This chapter provides information on maintenance procedures to
ensure the best level of performance for the projector for a long time.
Maintenance.......................................................................72
• Cleaning ................................................................................................ 72
• Cleaning the Projector Case.............................................................................. 72
• Cleaning the Lens ............................................................................................. 72
• Cleaning the Air Filter ...................................................................................... 73
• Replacing Consumables ...................................................................... 74
•
•
•
•
•
Inserting the Battery.......................................................................................... 74
Lamp Replacement Period................................................................................ 75
Replacing the Lamp .......................................................................................... 76
Resetting the Lamp Operating Time ................................................................. 77
Replacing the Air Filter .................................................................................... 79
Optional Accessories........................................................80
Glossary .............................................................................81
List of ESC/VP21 Commands ...........................................84
• Command List...................................................................................... 84
• Communication Protocol .................................................................... 84
• Cable Layouts....................................................................................... 85
List of Supported Monitor Displays.................................86
• Computer........................................................................................................... 86
• Component Video Input/RGB Video Input....................................................... 87
• Composite Video/S-Video Input ....................................................................... 87
Specifications ....................................................................88
Appearance ........................................................................90
Index ...................................................................................91
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Maintenance
This section describes maintenance tasks such as cleaning the projector and
replacing consumable parts.
Cleaning
You should clean the projector if it becomes dirty or if the quality of projected
images starts to deteriorate.
Caution :
Be sure to read the separate Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms before
cleaning.
Cleaning the Projector Case
Clean the projector case by wiping it gently with a soft cloth.
If the projector is particularly dirty, moisten the cloth with water containing a
small amount of neutral detergent, and then firmly wring the cloth dry before
using it to wipe the projector case. Then wipe the case again with a soft, dry
cloth.
Caution :
Do not use volatile substances such as wax, alcohol or thinner to clean the projector
case. These can cause the case to warp and make the coating finish peel off.
Cleaning the Lens
Use a commercially-available air blower, or use a lens cleaning paper to gently
wipe the lens.
Caution :
Do not rub the lens with harsh materials or subject the lens to shocks, as it can easily
become damaged.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Air Filter
If the air filter becomes clogged with dust, it can cause overheating and damage
the projector.
Turn the projector upside down and use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust
from the air filter.
Tip :
• If the air filter is difficult to clean or if it is broken, it should be replaced. Contact your
dealer for a spare air filter.
• Spare lamps are provided with a spare air filter. The air filter should also be replaced
when the lamp is replaced.
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Maintenance
Replacing Consumables
This section describes how to replace the remote control battery, the lamp and
the air filter.
Inserting the Battery
Use the following type of battery as a replacement.
1 CR2025 lithium battery
Caution :
Be sure to read the Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms before handling the
battery.
Procedure
1
Remove the battery holder.
While pushing the catch of the battery
holder inwards, pull the battery holder out.
Catch
2
Remove the old battery and insert
the new battery.
Check the position of the (+) mark inside
the battery holder to ensure that that
battery is inserted the correct way.
New
battery
mark
Old battery
3
Insert the battery holder into the
remote control.
Push the battery holder in until it clicks.
Tip :
Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local
waste disposal regulations.
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Maintenance
Lamp Replacement Period
It is time to replace the lamp when:
• The message "Lamp Replace" appears on the screen for 30 seconds
when projection starts
.
A message will be displayed.
• When the
(Warning) indicator is flashing red at 0.5-second intervals
Flashes red at 0.5-second
intervals
r
we
Po
• The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate
Tip :
• The replacement warning message is set to appear after about 1400 hours of lamp use
in order to maintain the brightness and quality of the projected images. If you continue
to use the lamp after this period, the possibility of the lamp breaking becomes greater.
When the lamp replacement message appears, replace the lamp with a new one as soon
as possible, even if it is still working.
• The warning message appears after about 1400 hours of use, but the actual life of each
individual lamp will vary depending on the characteristics of the lamp and on the way
it has been used. Some lamps may stop operating before 1400 hours of use, so you
should always have a spare lamp ready in case.
• Contact your dealer for a spare lamp.
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Maintenance
Replacing the Lamp
Caution :
• If the lamp stops working and needs to be replaced, there is the danger that the lamp
may break when handled.
If replacing the lamp of a projector that has been installed to the ceiling, you should
always assume that the lamp is broken and remove the lamp cover very carefully.
• Wait until the lamp has cooled down sufficiently before opening the lamp cover. It takes
a further one hour after the cool-down period has finished for the lamp to be cool
enough.
Procedure
1
Turn off the projector power, wait
for the cool-down period to end,
and then disconnect the power
cable.
The cool-down period lasts for about 20
seconds. The actual time will vary
depending on the external air temperature.
2
Wait until the lamp has cooled
down, and then remove the lamp
cover from the base of the
projector.
It takes approximately one hour for the
lamp to cool down by itself after the cooldown period has finished.
Put your finger into the recess, and pull
straight out to remove the lamp cover.
3
Loosen the two lamp fixing screws.
Use the screwdriver that is supplied with
the spare lamp or a Phillips screwdriver to
loosen the two lamp fixing screws that are
securing the lamp to the projector.
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Maintenance
4
Take out the lamp.
Hold the lamp by the two tabs to lift it up
and out from the projector.
5
Install the new lamp.
Hold the lamp so that it faces the correct
way to fit into the projector, and then
insert the lamp and tighten the two lamp
fixing screws.
6
Install the lamp cover.
Slide the cover in from the outside, and
then push it in until it clicks into place.
Tip :
• Install the lamp securely. If the lamp cover is removed, the lamp turns off automatically
as a safety precaution. Moreover, the lamp will not turn on if the lamp or the lamp
cover is not installed correctly.
• Spare lamps are provided with a spare air filter. The air filter should also be replaced
when the lamp is replaced. (p.79)
• Dispose of used lamps properly in accordance with your local regulations.
Resetting the Lamp Operating Time
The projector has a built-in counter which keeps track of the lamp operating
time. When the cumulative operating time reaches a certain point, it causes the
replacement warning message to be displayed. Therefore, the counter needs to
be reset after the lamp has been replaced with a new one. You can do this using
the configuration menu.
Tip :
Do not reset the lamp operating time except after the lamp has been replaced, otherwise
the lamp replacement period will not be indicated correctly.
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Maintenance
Procedure
1
Connect the power cable, and then
press the [Power] button on either
the projector's control panel or the
remote control to turn on the power
for the projector.
Projector
2
Press the [Menu] button on the
remote control.
The configuration menu will be displayed.
A/V Mute
Menu
Freeze
E-Zoom
Enter
Remote control
3
Select "Reset Lamp Timer" from the
"About" menu and then press the
[Enter] button.
Lamp
Video Source
Input Signal
Frequency
SYNC Polarity
SYNC Mode
Resolution
Refresh Rate
4
Select "Yes" and then press the
[Enter] button.
The lamp operating time will then be
reset.
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: 1400H
Reset Lamp Timer
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Execute
Computer
RGB
H ---.--kHz
V ---.--Hz
H -----V ------
: -----: --- x--: ---.--Hz
Reset Lamp Timer
Execute?
YES
NO
Maintenance
Replacing the Air Filter
Procedure
1
Turn off the projector power, wait
for the cool-down period to end,
and then disconnect the power
cable.
The cool-down period lasts for about 20
seconds. The actual time will vary
depending on the external air
temperature.
2
Put your finger into the recess, and
pull straight out to remove the air
filter.
3
Install the new air filter.
Slide the cover in from the outside, and
then push it in until it clicks into place.
Tip :
Dispose of used air filters properly in accordance
with your local regulations.
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Optional Accessories
The following optional accessories are available for purchase if required. This
list of optional accessories is current as of October 2002. Details of accessories
are subject to change without notice.
Soft carry case ELPKS16
Use this case if you need to carry the projector by hand.
Spare lamp ELPLP19D
Use as a replacement for spent lamps.
50" portable screen ELPSC06
A compact screen which can be carried easily. (Aspect ratio
4:3)
60" screen ELPSC07
80" screen ELPSC08
100" screen ELPSC10
A portable roll-type screen. (Aspect ratio 4:3)
VGA-HD15 PC cable ELPKC02
(1.8 m (6 ft.) - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/mini D-Sub 15-pin)
Use to connect the projector to a computer.
VGA-HD15 PC cable ELPKC09
(3 m (9.8 ft.) - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/mini D-Sub 15-pin)
VGA-HD15 PC cable ELPKC10
(20 m (65.6 ft.) - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/mini D-Sub 15-pin)
Use this extension cable if the accessory computer cable is too short.
Component video cable ELPKC19
(3 m (9.8 ft) - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/RCA male x 3)
Use to connect a component video source.
Remote control unit ELPST07
This is the same remote control as the projector's accessory remote control.
Ceiling mount * ELPMB11
Use when installing the projector to a ceiling.
Ceiling plate * ELPFC03
Pipe 370 (370 mm (14.57 inches)/silver)* ELPFP04
Pipe 570 (570 mm (22.44 inches)/silver)* ELPFP05
Pipe 770 (770 mm (30.31 inches)/silver)* ELPFP06
Use when installing the projector to a high ceiling or a ceiling with veneer panels.
Image presentation camera ELPDC02
ELPDC03
ELPDC04
Use when projecting books, OHP films and slides.
* A special method of installation is required in order to suspend the projector
from the ceiling. Please contact the place of purchase if you would like to use
this installation method.
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Glossary
Following is an explanation of some of the terms used in this guide which may
be unfamiliar or which were not explained in the text of this guide itself.
Further information can be obtained by referring to other commerciallyavailable publications.
Aspect ratio The ratio between an image's length and its height. HDTV images have
an aspect ratio of 16:9 and appear elongated. The aspect ratio for
standard images is 4:3.
Colour
The temperature of an object which is emitting light. If the colour
temperature temperature is high, the colours tend to take on a bluish tinge. If the
colour temperature is lower, the colours tend to take on a reddish tinge.
Component
video
Video signals which have the video brightness signals and colour
signals separated, in order to provide better image quality.
In high-definition TV (HDTV), it refers to images which consist of
three independent signals: Y (luminance signal), and Pb and Pr (colour
difference signals).
Composite
video
Video signals which have the video brightness signals and colour
signals mixed together. The type of signals commonly used by
household video equipment (NTSC, PAL and SECAM formats).
The carrier signal Y (luminance signal) and chroma (colour) signal
which are contained in the colour bar are overlapped to form a single
signal.
Contrast
The relative brightness of the light and dark areas of an image can be
increased or decreased in order to make text and graphics stand out
more clearly, or to make them appear softer. Adjusting this particular
property of an image is called "contrast adjustment".
Cool-down
The cooling process for the projector's lamp unit continues even after
the [Power] button on the projector's control panel or the remote control
has been pressed to turn off the lamp. After the lamp turns off, the
cooling fan continues operating, but all button operations are disabled.
The length of time that this is happening is called the "cool-down
period". The cool-down period lasts for about 20 seconds. The actual
time will vary depending on the external air temperature.
Dolby Digital A sound format developed by Dolby Laboratories. Normal stereo is a
2-channel format which uses two speakers. Dolby Digital is a 6channel (5.1-channel) system which adds to this a centre speaker, two
rear speakers and a sub-woofer.
HDTV
An abbreviation for High-Definition Television. It refers to highdefinition systems which satisfy the following conditions.
• Vertical resolution of 750p or 1125i or greater (p = progressive
scanning , i = interlaced scanning )
• Screen aspect ratio of 16:9
• Dolby Digital audio reception and playback (or output)
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Glossary
Interlaced
scanning
A method of image scanning whereby the image data is divided into
fine horizontal lines which are displayed in sequence starting from left
to right and then from the top to the bottom of the screen. The evennumbered lines and odd-numbered lines are displayed alternately.
Progressive A method of image scanning whereby the image data from a single
image is scanned sequentially from top to bottom to create a single
scanning
image.
Refresh rate The light-emitting element of a display maintains the same luminosity
and colour for an extremely short time. Because of this, the image must
be scanned many times per second in order to refresh the light-emitting
element. The number of refresh operations per second is called the
"refresh rate", and is expressed in hertz (Hz).
Resize
display
This function is use to project computer images that have a resolution
or more than or less than the projector's panel resolution to be projected
so that they fill the whole of the projection area.
Security
lock
A device consisting of a projector case with a hole in it that a
commercially-available theft-prevention cable can be passed through in
order to secure the device to a table or pillar. This projector is
compatible with the Microsaver Security System manufactured by
Kensington.
SDTV
An abbreviation for Standard Definition Television. It refers to standard
television systems which do not satisfy the conditions for HighDefinition Television.
sRGB
An international standard for colour intervals that was formulated so
that colours which are reproduced by video equipment can be handled
easily by computer operating systems (OS) and the Internet.
SVGA
A type of video signal with a resolution of 800 (horizontal) x 600
(vertical) dots which is used by IBM PC/AT-compatible computers.
S-Video
A video signal which has the luminance component and colour
component separated in order to provide better image quality.
It refers to images which consist of two independent signals: Y
(luminance signal), and C (colour signal).
Sync.
(Synchronisation)
The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the
projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting images
will not be of a good quality. The process of matching the phases of
these signals (the relative position of the crests and troughs in the
signal) is called "synchronisation". If the signals are not synchronized,
problems such as flickering, blurriness and horizontal interference can
occur.
Tracking
The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the
projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting images
will not be of a good quality. The process of matching the frequency of
these signals (the number of crests in the signal) is called "tracking". If
tracking is not carried out correctly, wide vertical stripes will appear in
the projected images.
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Glossary
VGA
A type of video signal with a resolution of 640 (horizontal) x 480
(vertical) dots which is used by IBM PC/AT-compatible computers.
XGA
A type of video signal with a resolution of 1024 (horizontal) x 768
(vertical) dots which is used by IBM PC/AT-compatible computers.
YCbCr
The carrier signal which is contained in the colour bar signal used in
modern TV transmissions. The name comes from the Y (luminance)
signal and the CbCr (chroma (colour)) signals.
YPbPr
The carrier signal which is contained in the colour bar signal used in
high-definition TV (HDTV) transmissions. The name comes from the
Y (luminance) signal and the PbPr (colour difference) signals.
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List of ESC/VP21 Commands
Command List
When a power ON command is sent to the projector, the power for the projector
turns on. When the projector is in a command ready state, it returns the "3Ah"
(:) code. Furthermore, when command processing is complete, the projector
also returns a ":" code.
The ":" code status can be used to determine whether the projector is ready or
busy. If command processing terminates with an error, an error message is
output and then the ":" code is sent.
Item
Power ON/OFF
Signal selection
A/V Mute ON/OFF
A/V Mute Selection
Command
ON
PWR ON
OFF
PWR OFF
Computer/Component
Video (RGB)
SOURCE 11
Computer/Component
Video (YCbCr)
SOURCE 14
Computer/Component
Video (YPbPr)
SOURCE 15
Video
SOURCE 41
S-Video
SOURCE 42
ON
MUTE ON
OFF
MUTE OFF
Black
MSEL 00
Blue
MSEL 01
Communication Protocol
• Standard baud rate
: 9600 bps
• Data length
: 8 bits
• Parity
: None
• Stop bit
: 1 bit
• Flow control
: None
• Connector shape
: D-Sub 9-pin (male)
• Projector input port
: Control (RS-232C)
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List of ESC/VP21 Commands
Cable Layouts
• Connector shape
: D-Sub 9 pin (male)
• Projector input connector
: Control (RS-232C)
<At computer>
<At projector>
Signal
Function
GND
GND
Signal wire ground
3
TD
TD
2
RD
RD
4
6
DSR
DSR
Data set ready
5
4
DTR
DTR
Data terminal
ready
<At projector>
(PC serial cable)
<At computer>
GND
5
5
RD
2
TD
3
DTR
DSR
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Transmit data
Receive data
List of Supported Monitor Displays
Computer
Resolution
(dots)
Resolutions
for resized
display (dots)
PC98
640×400
800×500
EGA
640×350
800×438
640×480
800×600
VGACGA
640×400
800×500
VGAEGA
640×350
800×438
720×400
800×444
720×350
800×388
640×480
800×600
Signal
VGA
Refresh rate
(Hz)
60
VGA text
VESA
60/72/75/85,iMac *
SVGA
56/60/72/75/85,iMac*
800×600
800×600
XGA
43i/60/70/75/85,iMac*
1024×768
800×600
640×480
800×600
MAC16"
832×624
800×600
MAC19"
1024×768
800×600
MAC21"
1152×870
800×600
NTSC
640×480
800×600
PAL/SECAM
720×540
800×600
MAC13"
HDTV (525i)
800×600
HDTV(525p)
800×600
HDTV(750p)
60
1280×720
800×450
HDTV(1125i)
60
1920×1080
800×450
* Connection is not possible if the equipment does not have a VGA output port.
It may be possible to project signals which are not listed in the above table.
However, not all functions may be supportable with such signals.
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List of Supported Monitor Displays
Component Video Input/RGB Video Input
Signal
Refresh rate
(Hz)
Aspect ratio
4:3 Resolutions
(dots)
Aspect ratio
16:9
Resolutions
(dots)
SDTV (525i)
(D1)
60
800×600
800×450
SDTV (625i)
50
800×600
800×450
SDTV (525p)
(D2)
800×600
800×450
HDTV (750p)
16:9 (D4)
800×600
800×450
HDTV (1125i)
16:9 (D3)
800×600
800×450
Aspect ratio
4:3 Resolutions
(dots)
Aspect ratio
16:9
Resolutions
(dots)
TV (NTSC)
800×600
800×450
TV (PAL,
SECAM)
800×600
800×450
Composite Video/S-Video Input
Signal
Refresh rate
(Hz)
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Specifications
Product name
Multimedia Projector EMP-52
Dimensions
309 (W) x 93 (H) x 219 (D) mm
(12.2 (W) x 3.8 (H) x 8.6 (D) in.) (not including feet and lens)
Panel size
0.5 in.
Display method
Polysilicon TFT active matrix
Drive method
Full-line 6-phase block sequential writing
Resolution
SVGA
Focus adjustment
Manual
Zoom adjustment
Electronic (approx. 1 : 1.2)
Lamp
(light source)
UHE lamp, 130 W, Model No.: ELPLP19D
Max. audio output
1W monaural
Speaker
1
Power supply
100–120 V AC, 2.2A
200–240 V AC, 1.0A
50/60 Hz
480,000 pixels (800 (W) x 600 (H) dots) x 3
Operating
temperature
+5º–+35ºC (41º–95ºF ) (No condensation)
Storage
temperature
-10º–+60ºC (14º–140ºF ) (No condensation)
Weight
Approx. 2.9 kg (6.4 lbs)
Connectors
Computer/Component
Video:
1
Mini D-Sub 15-pin (female)
Blue
Monitor Out :
1
Mini D-Sub 15-pin (female)
Black
Audio:
1
Stereo mini jack
Video:
1
RCA pin jack
S-Video:
1
Mini DIN 4-pin
Audio:
1
RCA pin jack
Control (RS-232C) :
1
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
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Specifications
Safety
USA
UL1950 3rd Edition
Canada
CSA C22.2 No.950-95 (cUL)
European Community
The Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
IEC60950 2nd Edition, +Amd.1, +Amd.2, +Amd.3, +Amd.4
EMC
USA
FCC 47CFR Part15B Class B (DoC)
Canada
ICES-003 Class B
European Community
The EMC Directive (89/336/EEC)
EN55022, 1998 Class B
EN55024, 1998
IEC61000-4-2, IEC61000-4-3, IEC61000-4-4, IEC61000-4-5,
IEC61000-4-6, IEC61000-4-8, IEC61000-4-11,
IEC61000-3-2, IEC61000-3-3
Australia/New Zealand
AS/NZS 3548:1995, A1:1997, A2:1997 Class B
CISPR Pub.22:1993, A1:1995, A2:1996, Class B
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Appearance
Centre of lens
Centre of projector
5.9
93
104
53.9
67.5
309
117.6
M4X8-3
87
4.3
77.3
161.8
76.7
80
219
12
35
127
115
5
Units: mm
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Index
General Terms
Cool-down .............................................31, 61
Correcting Keystone Distortion...................35
A
Cross............................................................45
A/V Mute ..............................................42, 51
"About" Menu ............................................. 54
"Advanced" Menu....................................... 52
E
Eligible computers ......................................17
E-Zoom .......................................................45
Air exhaust vent ............................................ 8
Air filter ...................................................... 11
F
Air intake vent............................................. 11
Focus ...........................................................37
Analogue-RGB .....................................46, 54
Focus ring......................................................8
Aspect ratio ................................................. 44
Foot adjustment ...........................................34
"Audio" Menu ............................................. 50
Freeze ..........................................................43
Audio port .........................................9, 18, 24
Frequency ....................................................54
Auto Setup ............................................37, 47
Front adjustable foot .....................................8
B
G
Battery holder ............................................. 74
Glossary.......................................................81
Brightness .............................................47, 48
H
C
HDTV..........................................................86
Ceiling...................................................15, 53
Help function...............................................60
Cleaning the Air Filter ................................ 73
Cleaning the Lens ....................................... 72
I
Cleaning the Projector Case........................ 72
Image size..............................................16, 33
Color ........................................................... 48
Indicators.................................................8, 61
Color Adjustment........................................ 52
Input Signal .....................................47, 49, 54
Color Mode Prompt .................................... 51
Inserting the Battery....................................74
Color Mode ..................................... 40, 47, 49
Color temperature ....................................... 52
Component video ........................................ 22
Composite video ......................................... 21
K
Keystone................................................35, 51
L
Computer/Component Video port................. 9
Lamp ...........................................................54
Connecting to a Computer .......................... 17
Lamp cover..................................................11
Connecting to a Video Source..................... 21
Lamp replacement period............................75
Contrast .................................................47, 48
Language .....................................................52
Control (RS-232C) port ................................ 9
Lens cover .....................................................8
Control panel............................................... 10
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Index
M
Main menu .................................................. 46
Menu ........................................................... 46
Monitor Out port ...........................................9
N
No-Signal Msg. ...........................................51
Reset Lamp Timer .................................54, 77
Resized display............................................86
Resolution .............................................55, 86
RGB.............................................................53
S
Screen size...................................................16
Security lock................................................11
O
"Setting" Menu............................................51
Operating distance (Remote control) .......... 14
Setting Up the Projector ..............................15
Operating range (Remote control) .............. 14
Sharpness...............................................47, 48
Operating temperature ................................ 88
Sleep mode ..................................................51
Optional accessories ................................... 80
Speaker ..............................................8, 18, 24
Overheating................................................. 62
Specifications ..............................................88
P
Part Names and Functions ............................8
Port.......................................................... 9, 30
Position ...........................................37, 47, 48
Power cable ............................................. 1, 28
Power indicator .............................................8
Power inlet .................................................. 11
Projection angle .......................................... 34
Projection distance ...................................... 16
Projection .................................................... 29
Squeeze mode..............................................44
sRGB ...............................................40, 47, 49
Stereo mini jack audio cable .......................19
Storage temperature ....................................88
Sub-menu ....................................................46
Supported Monitor Displays .......................86
Suspension bracket fixing points...........11, 90
S-Video............................................22, 48, 54
Sync.......................................................37, 39
SYNC Mode................................................55
SYNC Polarity ............................................54
Prompt......................................................... 51
R
RCA video cable ......................................... 21
Rear Proj. .............................................. 15, 53
Refresh Rate................................................ 55
Remote control............................................ 12
T
Tint ..............................................................48
Tone.............................................................50
Tracking ..........................................37, 38, 47
Translucent screen.......................................15
Turning off...................................................31
Remote control light-emitting area ............. 12
U
Remote control light-receiving area
............................................................ 8, 11
Using the Configuration Menu Functions
Replacing the Air Filter .............................. 79
.....................................................................46
Replacing the Lamp ....................................76
"Reset All" Menu ........................................ 55
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Index
V
Video .....................................................48, 54
"Video" Menu ............................................. 46
Video port...................................................... 9
Video Signal..........................................49, 54
Video Source............................................... 54
Volume ........................................................ 50
W
Warning indicator.......................................... 8
When Having Some Trouble....................... 61
Wide-screen Projection ............................... 44
Y
YCbCr ............................................. 30, 48, 54
YPbPr.............................................. 30, 48, 54
Z
Zoom ........................................................... 33
93
DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or
CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B
Personal Computers
We
Located at
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:EPSON AMERICA, INC.
:3840 Kilroy Airport Way
MS: 3-13
Long Beach, CA 90806
:562-290-5254
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein,
complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B
digital device. Each product marketed, is identical to the
representative unit tested and found to be compliant with the
standards. Records maintained continue to reflect the equipment
being produced can be expected to be within the variation accepted,
due to quantity production and testing on a statistical basis as
required by 47CFR 2.909. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions : (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Trade Name
:EPSON
Type of Product
:Projector
Model
:EMP-52 / ELP-52
FCC Compliance Statement
For United States Users
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 or television reception. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio and
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.
WARNING
The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this
equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification or Declaration of this
device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits
established by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of
the user to obtain and use a shielded equipment interface cable with
this device. If this equipment has more than one interface connector,
do not leave cables connected to unused interfaces. Changes or
modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written
permission of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. No patent liability is assumed
with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Neither is any liability
assumed for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein.
Neither SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION nor its affiliates shall be liable to the
purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses
incurred by purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse, or abuse of
this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or
(excluding the U.S.) failure to strictly comply with SEIKO EPSON
CORPORATION’s operating and maintenance instructions.
SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION shall not be liable against any damages or
problems arising from the use of any options or any consumable products other
than those designated as Original EPSON Products or EPSON Approved Products
by SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION.
General Notice:
EPSON is a registered trademark of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION.
Macintosh, Mac, and iMac are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
Windows and Windows NT are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States of America.
Other product names used herein are also for identification purposes only and may
be trademarks of their respective owners. EPSON disclaims any and all rights in
those marks.
Copyright
2002 by SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION
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